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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1994
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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A request by St. Joe Commu-
nications for what was to be an
exclusive easement met a "let's
pause and take a look at this
*one" attitude from the City Com-
mission Tuesday night, acting on.
a request by the utility.
St. Joe wanted the City to-
award them an easement along
* 16th Street to Garrison Avenue to
install a fiber optic transmission
cable. That easement was no
problem with the Board, but the
request which caused them to
pause and reflect on the matter,
was a request to place a "traffic
center" on their property at the
comer of Long Avenue and 16th
Street, the site of their lift station
which serves all of the southern
Portion of P6rt St. Joe.
* Mavor Pate fielded the appli-
cation from public works super-
rilsor Frank BHealey, who said


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INDUSTRY DEEP WATER PORT FINE PEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456. THURSDAY, MAY 5,1994


Gulf Students


Rank High!!!

Among Top Five In 67 School
Districts In Communications, Math
Each school year the senior class has had a tradition
of leaving something to the school to remember them by.
This year, the entire county has received something to
remember, the graduating class of 1995: one of the top
five school districts throughout the state in preparation
of students., The ranking comes directly from the Florida
Department of Education, who also sent a letter of com-
mendation to the school.
The Department of Education has arrived at the re-.
sults of the HSCT [High School Competency Test] given
11th graders each year. The test measures the adequacy
of the education students receive in the particular.
school.
A couple of weeks ago. The Star printed an editorial
based on findings printed in the Tallahassee Democrat as
being accurate. That report, -was based on results from a
test which is strictly voluntary and had nothing to do'
with the HSCT testing results, which give an over-all pic-
ture. A college student failing to take the aforementioned
test would be given a zero for his failure to attempt it.
Gulf County students are considerably above the state
average. Throughout Florida, 89% of students passed the
Communications section of the test and 77% passed the
Mathematics section. Florida students passed as a whole
but Gulfs numbers were better.
The percentage of 11th grade students passing the
Communications portion was a whopping 94%. This was
the fifth highest percentage throughout the state of Flori-
da. .
In the Mathematics portion, 89% of Gulf County stu-
dents passed the test-second highest of the 67 school
districts in the state.
According to the state Department of Education fig-
ures, Gulf County schools furnishes its students a top
notch education In the basics.


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Class Spending Week in City ofBrotherly Love


THE FIFTH GRADE CLASS: of Highland View Elementary
School is in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this week. attending
studies for the week at the Freedom Foundation Institute.
The class is one of four throughout the nation which has
been invited to take part in the.slecial classes, designed to in-
still in the students, pride in their nation's heritage.
The class was invited at the beginning of the school year and
has worked all year long ratsiifg nearly $20,000 through class
projects, donations by private citizens and civic clubs.
Taking the trip were the class of 25 students, its teacher and
nine parents who went along as chaperones. They will return to-
morrow, Friday, after a week filled with activities.
The class and. several of the parents gathered behind the


busses Sunday morning, which would take them to the Panama
City Airport, where they would be flown to Atlanta for the first
leg of their journey. In Atlanta, they were to board a Delta jet for
Philadelphia, arriving in the early afternoon. Shown are Heather
Hayden, Leslie Earley. Karissa Thomas, Becki Earley. Jenny Pat-
terson, Keesha Linton. Stephanie Waters. Amber Davis. Melissa
Haun. Melanie Barber. Destin Dukes, Cheryl Haun. Eddie Bur-
rows, T. J. Hightower, Timmy Gainous. John Gainous, Jeff
Hayes, Keith Davis. Seth Williams and Adam White.
Travelling to Panama City and to Philadelphia with the stu-
dents were Delores Windolf, Kathy Thomas. Debbie Earley, Kes-
ley Colbert, Tim Hightower, Gary Barber, Johnny Linton, Teresa
Peak, Gil Williams, Mike White and fifth grade teacher Cathy
Colbert.


Board To Consider A

Penalty forFailure to

Separate Recyclables

Some citizens of Port St. Joe may find themselves
paying more for garbage service if they fail to separate
items for recycling, if threatened action by the City
Commission is carried out.
Frank Healey, superintendent of public works, has
reported to the Commission that about 30% of the
households still are not separating for recycling, caus-
ing a tremendous expense in labor to do it for them.
The Commission is scheduled to consider the rami-
fications of levying a sur-charge for garbage collection
against those who do not separate, at their next meet-
ing. Healey said those few who do not separate cause .
the system to invest heavily in labor to manually re-
move the recyclables, making solid waste disposal
more affordable.
The ,City has purchased large collection containers
for every household to allow collection space for the
separated material.:


there are currently no installa-
tions in the way of the proposed
center. "It would t interfere with
our sewer or water pipes," Healey
said. ,
Mayor Pate suggested the
Commission ponder the request
for a few days, saying, "They are
asking for what amounts to ex-
clusive use of the property. What
would we do if we had to get on it
to repair our own facilities?"
Attorney William J. Rish ad-
vised the Board to "get a more
understandable definition of the
easement they are requesting."
The Board will ponder the re-
questl until the next meeting.
The fiber optic installation is
part of an up-grade of the phone
system, which sends trarismis-
sion impulses through tiny glass
tubes' about the size of sewing
thread.


Glf Jry Convicts


Nutter of Murder

Jury Deliberates For Six Hours;
Reduces Charge To Second Degree


A Gulf County Circuit Court
jury found Michael Lee Nutter;
aka David Kalpac, guilty of mur-
der in the second degree, robbery
and theft after a sLx-hour deliber-
ation Thursday of last week. Nut-
ter will be sentenced June 7 by
Judge Dedee Costello, following a'
pre-sentence investigation.
Nutter was indicted by a Gulf
County Grand Jury on a -charge
of first degree murder, but the
jury wasn't convinced the murder
of Bobby Middleton, a resident of-
Beacon Hill, was pre-meditated; a
prerequisite of a first degree.
charge.
KILLED A YEAR AGO
Nutter was charged with kill-
ing Middleton last April in his
home, taking several items of val-
ue, such as a TV, VCR,. watch
and ring, from the Middleton
home. The items were later found
in a Panama City location. Mid-
dleton's car was also removed
from the home (nd located in
Panama CityIas well.
Paul was able to tie Nutter to'
the missing items in the case.
Middleton was found, lying
dead in the family room of his
home, aftei- an inquisitive neigh-
bor, checked on his situation af-
ter Middleton, whob 'lived alone,
@ hadn't been seen for several days.
Lights were seen burning inside


and outside the home, day arid
night,, during the time Middleton
was thought missing. The neigh-
bor who was' looking about the
grounds which surrounded the
home, saw Middleton. through a
glass door, lying on the floor lie-
side a coffee, table. The authori-
ties were called .and verified that
he was dead..
.He was found on Wednesday,
April 28, after being'dead for sev-
eral days.
STATE TRIED FOR FIRST
Chief Assistanit State Attor-
ney Alton Paulk, tried to get a
conviction for the first degree
charge, but the jury failed to find
the evidence supported such a
charge.
Nutter entered a defense,
claiming self-defense, but Paulk
was able to convince the jury the
defendant didn't kill the victim in
self defense.
Nutter was classified as a
drifter who had been visiting with
his victim for several days prior to
'the murder.
The trial lasted for three days
here in.-Port St. Joe, with the jury
selection taking all day Tuesday,
and the trial' taking up all of
Wednesday and continuing over
until Thursday morning, with a
verdict being handed down
Thursday afternoon.


CODE DUE UP-DATING
Attorney Rish advised the'
Commission that it has been over
10 years since the City Code has
been up-dated and re-printed.
"'There is a need to have a correct
Code Book in hand," 'Rish said,
noting that the former code has
been revised and edited a number
of times in the past decade.
"Municipal Code of Tallahas-
see does this work for the State of
Florida and is the only finn I
know of who does this kind of
work," Rish said. "I imagine it will
cost between $8.000 to $10,000
to get ours done." he added.
The Commission agreed the
City Code needs' bringing 'up .to
date and agreed to have it done.
All city ordinances and laws
will be researched, corrected and
put 'in order, printed and placed
'in a book in the' process. which
takes about-six months to accom-


plish.
STILL BANNED
Washington Recreation Cen-
ter director, Charles Gathers, pre-
sented a set of behavior rules his
committee had compiled to gov-
ern the use of the facility. Gath-
ers said he wished to be of service
to all ages in the center and
asked for guidance in scheduling
different age groups for use of the
facility.
The board took the commit-
tee's suggestion and said their at-
torney. William J. Rish, would
take the suggestions and place
them in legal form so they could
be legally applied.
Amy Shackleford went into a
fillibuster over use of the system
and how her.being banned had
effectively denied the NAACP use
of the center. Mayor Pate tried
several, times during her 20-
minute address, to interrupt, but
(See BALKS on Page 3)


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Cheryl Fitzgerald, pictured left, director of GCARC,
presents Kelly Banta with a check foi- submitting the ac-
cepted design for the Seafood Festival T-shirts.


It's Seafood Festival


Time In Port StJoe

Annual Affair Has Moved to City Park;
Same Good Time and Entertainment
Its that time of the year -again-the first Saturday in the
month of May-time for the annual Seafood Festival here in Port
St. Joe, benefitting ,the Gulf county Sheriffs Search and Rescue
Unit, the Bay St. Joseph Care Center and the Association for Re-
tarded Citizens.
NEW FESTIVAL SITE THIS YEAR
The Festival is moving this year to a site more accommodat-
ing to staging a Festival. For the first eight years of the Festival,
it was held on the grounds of Bay St. Joseph Care Center. This
year, it will be held at the City's new First Union Park at Fifth
Street and Highway 98. The Festival will be spread out under
the shade to allow for a more comfortable site for celebration.
A prelude to the Festival will be staged in the park Friday
evening as the Port St. Joe High School Band of Gold will
perform in concert. The band boosters will be preparing bar-
becued chicken and ribs for the perfect picnic in the park.
All of this activity is leading up to the Festival itself which
will begin Saturday morning around nine-ish and will feature a
wide variety of entertainment during the day, as well as craft,
food and information booths. People attending are urged to bring
your lawn chairs, blankets, tail gates, etc., and stay all day.
Special entertainment will be provided for the kids, including
pony and horse rides, mechanical rides and games.
PLENTY OF SEAFOOD and T-SHIRTS
It wouldn't be a Seafood 'Festival without plenty of delicious
*Qulf seafood being 'served, prepared by the special "RalTield" rec-
ipe. The official Festival T-shirt will be on sale throughout the
day and are available, even how, from any of the three sponsor-
ing organizations. The original design T-shirt was created by Kel-
ly Banta of Faith Christian school.


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Traders

(Gulf County Commission 'Trading'
For 400 More Jobs in County)

THE GULF COUNTY Commission is winding down a transfer
of ownership of some property adjacent to the Gulf Correction
Institution near Stone Mill Creek in north Gulf County to
present to the Department of Corrections. The Department of
Corrections is going to build another prison In Gulf County, ad-
jacent to the present prison.
The new prison has been identified as a facility which will
employ some 400 people, making the prison business the largest
employer in Gulf County. The first prison, Gulf Correctional In-
stitute, was a welcome shot in the arm as far as employing peo-
ple goes. The second prison will put the icing on the cake, eras-
ing the job situation problem in Gulf.,
WE HERE IN THE county have been fortunate to get such a
plentiful supply of good paying jobs. If you travel to Wewahitch-'
ka at shift change time, you see the distinctive uniforms every-
where, giving evidence to the impact the operation has had on
the county. It has worked some hardships on other law enforce-
ment related jobs, since the state prisons pay more, but, by and
large, they have been good for our economy.
It wasn't near as hard lining up support and up-front money
for this prison as it was the first one. There were objections-
some mighty strong ones-to the last prison, but these have for
the most part, disappeared now.
There were funds to raise to purchase land on which to place
the prison, but the County Commission had no problems raising
enough money this time around. The money has been raised,
the land purchased and the deed delivered to the DOC.
THE COUNTY COMMISSION should be congratulated for
their expertise in securing this new prison. Maybe it was easier
the second time around, but the Commission seemed to know
just which button to push to make the second one become a re-
ality. They went about it in an expert manner.
It's true, the DOC still hasn't announced they are building
another prison here in Gulf County. The DOC has definitely
awarded a contract, amounting to some $300,000-plus, to do
the necessary engineering work, in preparation to construction.
The state of Florida doesn't toss that kind of money out the win-
dow, based on a "maybe".
Gulf Coast College is gearing up to provide the training nec-
essary for the personnel to man the prison and is beginning to
hold classes. The leaders of this training program were in Port
St. Joe Thursday arranging for the classes to begin.
Barring a sudden slump in criminals being sent to the big
house, the prison will be in our very near future.



Don't Miss It!

GULF COUNTY'S NINTH annual Seafood Festival will be pro-
duced this week end, offering a splendid place to go for people of,
all age ^ V, .i.. :_ .. .. ; ...- ... .",-"-
SThWiSeafood Festival -takes care of many "birds" with the one
stone. It helps publicize Gulf County seafood, raises funds for
the Search and Rescue Squad, Bay St. Joseph Care Center and
the Retarded Citizens' Center. That's a big order for any festival
to fill; even a seafood festival.
Good seafood is common fare around here, Real seafood
gourmets will not eat seafood when they get away from the coast
because it is usually frozen, iced down' and days old. Around
here the folks have become accustomed to the fresh variety and
won't have'anything else.
BUT, WE DIGRESS THE, seafood festival has the preser-
vation of quality, fresh seafood as sort of a secondary reason for
happening. The real reason it is happening is to raise funds for
these three operations listed and to provide a quality time of en-
joyment for our people.
The Seafood Festival is a springtime event started by Jerry
Stokoe and' nourished by him until the last couple of years,
when he begged for and received some relief. For the past two
years Liba Monteiro, the loquacious Brazilian, has been heading
up the'festival and it hasn't ceased to improve as the years go
by. Monteiro was. in the office the other day and from what we
understand from his gushing, enthusiastic conversation, the one
for this year is not going to ruin that trend.
WE HOPE YOU ALL COME to the new location, the First Un-
ion Park at the comer of Highway 98 and Fifth Street and enjoy
the food, exhibits and games, all under the shade of the majestic
pines there. You won't wait to miss it!


Eddie Ray Gilbert's mother
never missed a little league game.-
She cheered and yelled like crazy.
"Come on Eddie Ray! You can do
it! Come on son, YOU CAN DO
IT!" "
Problem was, Eddie Ray
couldn't do it. He was near 'bout
the worst baseball player I've ever
seen. Now, back in those days we
didn't rate players very often, we
just played. Everybody was, I.
'guess, about the same. ex-
cept for Eddie Ray. He was so bad'
you couldn't help but notice. He.
couldn't hit, he couldn't throw, he
couldn't catch, he couldn't run.
"Come on Eddie Ray! YOU,
CAN DO IT SONI"
Coach Milrainey.used to tell
him to "stand close to the plate
and try to let the ball hit you."
Eddie Ray always played right
"field and batted ninth. I don't


bunker Down with Kes


by Kesley C


)fibdrt


Moms I Have Known


ever remember him getting a hit-
"Come on Son!"
-or catching a ball. He'd
chase after it 'til it stopped mov-
ing, then he'd pick it up and roll
it back toward second.
'YOU CAN DO ITI"
Eddie Ray's mother was al-
ways there and she was always
cheering. We used to make fun of
her. You know, under our breath
we'd whisper to each other, "Is
this lady nuts?"
"Do you reckon she thinks
he's really going to hit one this
time?"
"He's missed the last two
hundred, sixteen in a row, lady,'
get a clue!" I
"Hey Mrs. Gilbert, come on
now- YOU CAN DO IT!!"
It is one of those things in life
I've wished a million times I could
go back and do over .....
My mother came to', all the
games, too. She didn't yell or
shout. Mostly she Just clapped
when things went right for "her"
team. It was easy for my mom to
'cheer.- all three of her sons could
play. In the vernacular of the day
both Leon and David Mark "could


hit it and go get it." I wasn't
quite in their league but I didn't
embarrass myself or the family.
Coach Milrainey used to rush
right past Mrs. Gilbert to grab my
mother's elbow, "Mrs. Colbert,
you sure you don't have any more
young sons at home."
Eddie Ray would leave the
park, head down. His mom, with
an arm around his shoulders,
would be a 'telling' him that she
had some free time after supper
.... "We'll get out behind the barn,
I'll throw you .some batting prac-
tice; that's all you need; I know
you can do it!"
Ernest L. Thayer in his time-
less poem Casey At The Bat
spoke of "that hope which
springs eternal in the human
breast." He was referring to a
baseball game. Listen, you want
to talk about real hope springing
eternal, you sit down with Eddie
Ray Gilbert's mother.....
Virgle Highfill had learning
problems; "Serious learning,prob-
lems. Today, I'm sure after a bat-
tery of tests, someone would .
flgtre out that it was dyslexia or
a hearing Impairment or a func-


Lional disability... he'd probably
be in a special class...
Back in 1965 we just knew
ole Virg was a mite slow on, the
up take. He was a great guy. He
could pass the football test and
the dancing test and the get-a-girl
test and the good-looks test and
the regular guy test it was the
math and history and the English
(especially the English) tests that
did him in.
They told him at the end of
the first semester that he couldn't
graduate with the class.
Something about credits he
hadn't earned.
Virgle didn't cry but he
came awful close. We'd been go-
ing to school together for twelve
years. We all knew that Virg just
barely got by. He listened well
and he tried.. If you told him
something, he remembered it I
think he couldn't'read. Miss Belle
back in the third grade spent so
much extra time with him in
reading class he just couldn't
get it. We'd all helped him with
school work over the years. We
(See KESLEY onPage 3),,


You Owe It To Yourself to Take A Slow Boat to Lake Wimico


A COUPLE OF weeks ago, my
son-in-law, David, and I took a
Friday off and went fishing. It was
only four days before the full
moon so it was imperative that
we take a trip to Lake Wimico
hunting for shell crackers.
A full moon in April marks
the rites of shell cracker bedding
and we wanted to be there, sitting
on the bedside when the shell
crackers arrived.
We either weren't on the cor-
rect bedside or the shell crackers
slept on the couch that particular
day.
We fought the growing grass
problem in the Lake, the stiff
breeze and a gaggle of boats in
our pathway from Indian Bayou
all the way to the mouth of the
Jackson River and we didn't find
them. We picked up an occasion-
al fish along the way and before
the day was over, we had a mess
of fish. We didn't'strike the moth-
er lode, however.:


TO TOP ALL that off, it
rained on us. About noon, it
started to sprinkle and in a half
hour it was coming down slowly
but steadily, so.we finally decided
to head for the hill.
As we arrived back ,at the
mouth of the Intracoastal Canal,
where it enters the Lake, still
nine miles from the landing, we
came upon an elderly man adrift
in a boat, right by himself.
In describing him later, David
said, "He was a little older than
Wes, right by himself, in the Ca-
nal, in a boat A man that age
doesn't have any business being
out in a boat by himself"


Well!
I know I just had a birthday,
but I didn't realize I was that old!
We tied the man's boat to the
rear of ours and started toward
White City, towing a very happy
man. Upon arriving at the land-
ing, we learned he was from Lynn
Haven, had just purchased the
rig, including a 75 hp motor and
drove a $30,000 Ford van. We
could have taken that van in pay-
ment for the tow I believe he
would have still felt relieved!
BUT THE SUBJECT of this
little piece is not to tell you about'
how old men shouldn't go out on


the. water alone. The real purpose
of this piece is to tell you that you
should try running from Lake
Wimico to White City in a boat at
slow speed. You don't know what'
you are missing. Most boat opera-
tors put the pedal to the metal.
and make the' trip just as fast as
the boat will run.
There are, things happening
along that canal; things which
would amaze you and pique your
curiosity. d
When you are passing by in
.an open' boat at 50 miles -per
hour, with the wind beating in
your face, making you _squint,
you miss a lot. Some of it is beau-
tiful; like the spectacle of the
trees putting out a growth of
,green for the summer. There are
hundreds of different 'species of
bushes, trees and weeds putting
, ut new growth and they're at
'their greenest right now.
That's just one-but a very
important one-reason why you
Should take at least one slow trip


.from White City to Lake Wimico.
THERE IS A little mystery
along the Canal, also. Along.
about Clay Cut, where the power
lines cross the Canal,, on both
sides of the creek, someone has
put up at least a. half dozen bird
houses! Birds have any number
of trees to nest in along the Ca-
1nal's route,. so why did someone
put'up these bird houses?
All the houses are alike,
nailed on the trunk of juniper
trees about five or six feet from
the ground.
I'm sure the birds appreciate
it, because it allows them to keep
the rain off their nests, but they
don't particularly need them in
which to build their nests.
Where did they come from?
Why are they there? I'd like to
. know why, if there is anyone out
there who know the answers.
AND THERE WAS a little
drama being acted out along the


-way also. The drama had to do
with a mother protecting her
young and how deadly she can be.
if they are threatened.
As we drew nearer to White
City, there were two tall dead cy-.
press, trees on the south bank,
each with an eagles' nest perched
high in the top.
I noticed a movement going
up one of the trees and on closer
inspection it. turned out to be a
raccoon, climbing the tree and
eventually reaching the eagles'
nest.
About the time he reached
the nest and started climbing in-
side, an eagle spread its wings in
the other nest and took off, head-
ed directly for the first nest. In
just a second, momma had taken
charge, causing the 'coon to come
tumbling down the tree to the
ground, must faster than he went
up.
The moral of this story is, you
had better leave an Eagles' nest
alone!
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Random Thotughts,
*There have been some awfully bad things said and written
about former President Nixon after he died last week. Talking or
writing bad.things abut someone who's alive is one thing, but opin-
ions about the dead are another. The man didn't deserve some of
the things that were said about him. Just look at what we've got in
the White House now.
*Can you believe they have made a movie about Tonya Harding
and what she did to Nancy Kerrigan? I wonder who gets the money
for the story. Surely Tonya wouldn't take any of it.
*Summertime is here and I'm as pleased as punch. I'm not a
winter or cold weather person. Thank God I wasn't born and raised
up north, for that reason and many more.
*Have you noticed the change in The Phantry Hotel? It Is no
longer a hotel and the outside appearance sure has improved. The
Inside, too, for that matter. It's being converted into a climate-
controlled mini-warehouse and shoUld be open soon. If those walls
could talk. well, I can tell some of the stories and an article abut
some events is forthcoming.
*I'm sure glad the scallop ban missed us. The scallop season
brings a lot of visitors to our town and the visitors bring money with
them. I like to see our little town grow.
eThere was a rumor circulating around Panama City about a
child who went to a fast-food restaurant and was playing in the pen
"full of balls and was supposedly bitten by a snake or a bunch of
snakes. The rumor was unfounded and totally untrue. How things
like that get started is beyond me, but I'm glad it wasn't true.
*My sister told me of an incident that was told on one of our
uncles. He was married and had four children and was prone to
take a drink at times. Several times he took more than one and on
one occasion he was arrested for public drunkenness. When anoth-
er relative went to bail him out the next morning, there was another
man being booked for the same charge. The uncle who was in jail
said to the man being booked:"You ought to be ashamed of yourself!
I'll bet you've got a wife and children at home." That sounds like
something some of us would do.
'Doesn't it seem like there are more "pests" today than there
were a few years ago? I mean pests like fleas, roaches, ants, and the
like. If the EPA continues banning chemicals like they are doing;
the pests will take over the world. Remember the lady who wanted
ethical treatment for rodents?
*I don't guess there's any good way to die, but Alzheimer's has
got to be one of the worst. My heart .goes out to anyone with that
disease, and'to their family, too. God forbid.
*I'm certain that God decided to give older people some joy in
their life so He created grandchildren. I know she may break my
heart one day. but I'm going to enjoy her while I can.
*I really like the idea of the "Take Our Daughters To Work"
campaign, but if the Ms. Foundation women think the daughters
won't be competing with men when they hit the business world,
they had better think again. I know a lot of women in the business
world, and they seem to be holding their own very well. So what's
the problems) with men? Forget 1 asked.


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Therapist, has joined the Physical
Medicine Department of Gulf
Pines Hospital. He and his wife
have moved to this area from Cor-
dele, Georgia,'where he'was direc-
tor of the Physical Therapy De-
partment at Crisp Regional
Hospital. Mr. Stifler has been a
physical therapist for over 28
years and joins the Gulf Pines
Hospital staff, bringing his out-
standing credentials and'an inno-'
vative development plan.
Mr. Stiffler graduated from
- East Tennessee State University
In Johnson City, TN, with his
bachelor of science degree in
1959. Upon graduation, he ac-
cepted the position as a Correc-
tive Therapist in the Department
of Physical Medicine and Rehabil-
itation Service at the Veterans'
Administration Hospital, where
he worked for more than five
years. While holding this position.
he was an active member in the
Southeastern Chapter Associa-
tion of Physical and Mental Reha-
bilitation, holding -several offic-
es-.including that of presidency.
* Mr. Stifler than attended the
School of Allied Health at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, where he
received his Physical Therapy
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Kennestone Hospital in Marietta
GA. then- Glynn Memorial Hospi
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opened a very successful private
.practice in Waycross, GA, for 1i
years, and one in both Jonesboro
and Atlanta for three years., Whil
in. private practice he performed
contractual work to'surroundinl
nursing homes and hospitals to
assist them in establishing suc
cessful In-patient-and out-patien
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Gulf Coast Hospital are quit
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now, -to ,flnd oit that he was i
going to graduate with --
We all saw Mrs. High'fll co
out of Mr. Warren's office. I'll n
er forget the set of those jaws, 1
determined look in the eyes
Miss Polly was right behind, "M
Highflll, I don't see how he poh
bly can make it. He would have
do two years of English in one
mester! Heaven only knows ab<
his math and science. I don't c.
what Mr. Warren said. Virgle Ji
can't make it.up."
Virgle kinda' dropped out
sight for awhile. He looked tih
at school." Virg, you O.K.?"
'Yeah, Mom and I are stui
Ing day and night. We've re
"Great Expectations" and "A T
of Two Cities", we traveled all o'
with Johnathan Swift, we cr
when Romeo expired and I
Edgar Allen Poe guy kinda'
minds of my crazy Uncle ,DrexJ
Logarithms aren't that bad if 3
take your time and me and m
did my history term paper
Alvin C. York. Did you know
could shoot a rifle like.no one
fore or ......"
Virgle Lewis Highflll was
second proudest person in
high school auditorium as
stepped upon that stage to
ceive his diploma. I %was turn
around,' looking for his motif
but I couldn't find her. I've he
of hunkering down-but she
the all time record.
We put up one day,a year
honor our mothers. That's N
and good. But listen, when
comes to Priscilla Gilbert ,
Mary Ruth Highflll, one ain't
where near enough.
Respectfully,
Kesley


Balks

From Page 1
she continued.
Finally theta Mayor told She
leford, "We have not denied
NAACP use of the center. We h
denied Amy 'Shackleford use
the building because of probl
with your sponsorship of eve
The last event vwas the last str
j when police had to come to
center after midnight, because
discharge of .firearms at the
and a drunken brawl in progrn
You are still banned from Its t
the NAACP is not!"
S...-- Commissioner ,-Edwin1 '-
liams echoed Pate's' words. "
'city recreation,' center is no pi
to be allowing drinking or flghl
n or having activities whith encc
I- age these actions," he said.


photo above taking part in the ceremony
are: Dick Merrifield, George Y. Core, George
Hean, Jr., Bill Sumner, Fred Fortenberry,
Robert Buttros, Tony Duboski, Dave Weddle,
Ron Wilson, Sharon Hean, and George Hean,
Sr., 'president bf the firm. The company
manufactures coin activated air and water
dispensers, and scales for truck stops, shop-
ping malls, convenience stores, oil compa-
nies, etc. The 75 guests were served a deli-
cious barbecue dinner, prepared by Curtis
Beard..


How to Protect Your Ey


"Many people use sunglasses
or other filtering devices to view
the eclipse and think they're pro-
tected, according to Wayne
Fung, MD, an ophthalmologist
with California Pacific Medical
Center in San Francisco. "Com-
mercial sunglasses are not safe
for looking at the sun, even if
k they claim to filter out all the ul-
tche traviolet light. People forget about
the the Infrared light." And the in-
ave frared light, lying outside the red
! of end of the visible spectrum, is the
ems cause of potentially blinding eye
nts. damage.
awhe Astronomers at The Morrison
the Planetarium in San Francisco re-
e of port that unlike a total solar
site eclipse, when the moon complete-
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ly hides the sun, this will be an
annular eclipse; the moon will be
farther away and will therefore
appear slightly smaller.
As a result, like. a penny
peaking out from under a dime, a
thin ring, or annuluss," along the
sun's duter edge will show
around the dark silhouette of the
moon.
The path of the eclipse -- a
roughly I 150-miles-wide band
from which the annulus can be
seen -- will stretch diagonally
across North American, starting
In central Baja, California, cross-
ing the North Atlantic, and end-
ing in Morocco. Major cities along
the path 'include: El Paso, Texas;
St. Louis, Mo.: Springfield. Ill.:


Toronto; and Halifax. Nova Sco-
tia: the rest of North American
will see this event as a partial so-
lar eclipse.

Flea Market
The United Methodist Women
are having a flea market and
bake sale Saturday, May 7. in the
Fellowship Hall at the United
Methodist Church. Sale begins at
8:30-rain or shine!


Say You Saw It
In The Star!!


Open House at New Firm
The George Hean Company, located on
Victoria Avenue in Highland View, held an
open house in their new factory and office
building, inviting several local dignitaries
and suppliers of the firm Saturday at noon.
The Chamber of Commerce presided oyer a
ribbon cutting ceremony with Executive
Secretary Tamara Laine furnishing the
Chamber's king-size scissors for the ceremo-
ny and Lisa Mahlkov assisting. Shown in the


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From left: Jane Allen, Frances Pagel and Onnie Herring.
Auxiliary Changes Hands


,Recent.BrideFeted with Coffee Saturday
SMaria Parker, recent bride of Tres Parker of Troy, Alabama, was feted with a coffee Saturday mor-
nin at the home of Mrs. Buddy Wood. The home was lovely, adorned with an array of spring flowers.
.Serving coffee to the guests was Lori Ray, with Leigh Lawrence and Gretchen Stevens serving punch.
IErlsti Lawrence presided at the guest book. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. G.M. Anchors, Mrs.
Hubert Richards, Mrs. Robert Whittle, Mrs. Leonard Belin, Mrs. Wayne Hendrix and Mrs. Wood.
Shown from left are:! Dessie Lee Parker and. Myrtice Wilder, grandmothers of the groom, Mrs. Park-
er, the honoree and her mother, Marion Sanderlin and Irma Parker, mother of the groom.

Sea Oats Installing New .,,.,

Officers at the Rodeo
The Sea.ats.and unes Gar


The Sea Oats and Dunes Gar-
den Club will meet at the Rodeo
Garden Club To
Have Luncheon
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will meet Thursday, May 12, at
12:30 p.m. EDT for a covered
dish luncheon at the Garden Cen-
ter on Eighth Street.
.' Hostesses are Mary Belin and
Mickey Bateman. For this special
May meeting. President Era Da-
niell has Invited a much-loved
lady to the installation, Ruth
Nance..
Incoming officers for 1994-95
are. President Betty Lewis, First
Vice President Ida Baker, Second
Vice President Frenchie Ramsey,
Secretary Zelda Brown, and
Treasurer Barbara Wood.


Gulf Pines Hospital Women's
Auxiliary appointed new officers
at their April 27th monthly meet-
ing. Jane Allen, prsdient of the
auxiliary, stepped down from her
position after 12 years of serve.
Her new successor will be Franc-
es Pagels. Onnie Herring, 'Volun-,
teer of the Year" was appointed
chairman of the nominating com-
mittee.
Robin Michels,, marketing di-
rector remarked, "Jane, we're go-
ing to miss your strong leader-
ship you have devoted to this
hospital for all these years. And


to you, Frances, we are looking
forward to the wisdom and lead-


ership you will use to guide these
caring women into the mid 90's."


'Restaurant In Parker on Tuesday,
May 10. at 11:30 a.m. After lunch
a representative of the Parker'
Garden Club will install the fol-
lowing officers for the 1994-95
year: President, Betty Chancelor;
First Vice President, Netta Ni-
black; Second Vice President, Bir-
deen Tollar; Secretary, Stephanie
Richardson: and Treasurer. Vesta
Conley.
A report of the recent State
Convention held at Destin on
April 27-28 will be given.
After the business session,
the members will tour the gar-
dens and greenhouse of Mrs. H.
G. Harders on Highway 98 in
Parker,
Members who have not made.
reservations with the telephone
committee -may call Betty Chan-
celor. The next regular meeting
will be in September.


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Pictured (L-R&Yare Jennifer Thes, DAR Good Citizen winner at..
Apalachicola High School, Mrs. Ashley Costin, and Brant Bizek, of
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School, overall winner who will represent
the St. Joseph Bay Chapter DAR in the state competition.


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Ethan Littleton celebrated his
fifth birthday with a, Garfield par-
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Joining Ethan, on his special'
day were brother Sam, Sam Cox,
Steven Fennell, Andrew Furr,
Benjamin and Justin Henderson,
Victoria McCall, Josh McCulley.
Byron Peters and Leland Ray.
along' with Mommy, Daddy.
Grandma and moms Cathy Cox,,
Lynn Furr, Maria Henderson and
Lori Ray.
Ethan and his friends, en-
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game and a pinata with prizes.
At the end of the party Ethan
was heard, to exclaim "I didn't
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Would-Be A


To Audition
Photocop-ies'of selected -dia-
logue are hnow available at ,Ange
Hooked On Books in'Apalachicola lach
and at the Eastpoint, Carrabelle hess
and Port St. 'Je public libraries FCT,
for those, wishing to audition for
roles in "A Bridge to Love". ing
Auditions will be held at 7 dine
p.m. on 'Tuesday, May 10 and as t
Thursday, May 12 at 'the 'Florida the
Power Corporation's meeting Coui
lounge located at 49 Avenue F in ",Tayli
Apalachicola. 'lege-
Written by Jack Dakota of sidir
Apalachicola, the new play will be about
produced this, summer in a read- 'Sout
ers' theater format by the local Tayli
Forgotten Coast Theatre. Actors .Bays
will carry their scripts, and there- Stile
fore, they will not be required to 'prdjt
memorize lines. popu
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By Caroline Lister
The seniors will be leading
new and exciting lives next year
in many different places. Many of
these seniors claim that they are
leaving everything that has to do
with their life in Port SL Uoe
behind them. It is true that they
may be 'leaving St. Joe, but SLt.
Joe and the high school will never
leave them.
Who these students have
become is a reflecUon of the peo-
ple that surrounded them. Any stude
senior who is a six-year veteran them
of the high school has probably always
already been Influenced to do and before
believe certain things.
Possibly the most influenUal beyo
teacher 'on campus, Mrs. San- son
born, has imposed her beliefs and at le
morals on all of her students. I studio
know ore day I will tell my child, trash
"Don't do anything with your boy- 'so to
friend that your wouldn't do in bruis
front of you mother and grand- "
mother,"- an excerpt from one of learn
Mrs. Sanborn's sermons to the and
cheerleaders. .Heath
f My child will also shiver with these
fear when I give him or her the dte b
slated evil eye that I learned from them
Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. Williams A
the eye that they gave to what ents:
qther eye-trait though, the eagle these
vision _1Thar can spot a spit ball '
across the room throughI the icr- Chris
nrer of an eye. boots
Thanks to the influence of conti
Mrs. Taylor many students can Osbo
not only see things in front of day."
them, but see their future. Many A
students have seen Mrs. Taylor T'
reading her daily horoscope in o.fJa]
the library and now read their land
horoscope hoping to be as happy the ci
as her. Mrs. Lowrey has contrib- C
uted to her students' mystical Fenn
sides, too. After hearing Mrs. the
Lowrey's% ghost stories several 'FAMI


cto s .Encouraged


for Summer Play
The play will be directed by about 16, who suffers Irom a
ela Boyd Schoelles of Apa- broken heart; and.Wanda Shiver,
icola. She is also the busi- about 32: who Is Rena's mother
manager and producer of and works as an oyster shucker
at Homer's Oyster House in
The play includes the follow- SouJihpoiht.
characters: Claude or Clau- The play was especially writ-
Miller, about 60, who serves ten to provide performance oppor-
he moderator and performs as tunities for teenage actors in the
president of the Adams Forgotten Coast counties. "At FCT
nty Historical Society; Lonnie we want to create a forum for our
or, about 18, who is a col- talented, young actors and for all
-bound, high school senior re- local teenagers who are interested
ng in Bayside; Rena Shiver, in the many aspects of theatre,"
it 16 and a sophomore at said Dakota. "Therefore, the crea-
thpoint High School; Phillip tion of thil play represents our
or, about 45 and the-owner of commitment to establish a Thea-
side Pharmacy; Crawford tre Teen Guild in the near fu-
s about. 18, who holds strong ture."
udices against Southpoint's Younger teenagers and actors
elation; Katherine. Logan, in their early 20's are also en-
couraged to audition for the four,
teenage roles.
"A Bridge to Love" is a two-act
romance about two teenagers
who fall in love in the fictitious
Adams County. Florida. They are
separated by the Magnolia River,
the Wayne Gordon Bridge and the
thwarting Intolerance of parents.
friends and others living in the
towns of Bayside and Southport.


ents always look behind
on dark, lonely nights and
ys look under their beds
e going to sleep.
laybe It was powers from
nd that caused Mrs. Harri-
to trip over her garbage can
ast once a day. In any case
cents have learned to put
cans out of their pathway
o prevent unnecessary shin
ses.
Though no student may ever
how to laugh like Mrs. Knox
certainly never develop Mrs.
her Rish's sense of style,
seniors will be taking a lit-
it of the high school with
I.
Additional Quotes (To par-
If your child has said one of
e this is where it originated)
You stinky, buzzard."- Mrs.
rime- White; "Yo bet your
s."- Mr. Tony Barbee: "Always
nue learning."- Mr. Charles
rne; "Try church on Sun-
- Mr. Carl White.
A Few Announcements
'he PRIDE flag flew in honor
ke Richards and Mike Strick-
on April 29, for helping with
cooking for a social.
Congratulations to Sherry
ell who has been accepted to
1994 freshman class at
U.


Democratic Executive

Committee IS Busy


By Sally Jenkins
Several Important reports oc-
cupied the Democratic Executive
Committee at the April meeting,
with Sally Jenkins as Chairper-
son.
After ten years of devoted ser-
vice, R. Wayne Childers resigned
from the Committee, due to
pressing family needs. Mr. Child-
ers was chairman of the Commit-
tee.
Ralph Macomber, a member
of the Campaign Committee, also
submitted his resignation, citing
other personal commitments.


Today Demecia Turns 21
She's going out to have some fun.
Just remember when you play,
Now you're legal
So you'll have to call Jay!


The effort to organize a Young
Democrats Club for Gulf County
continues. Carl White reported
that meetings have been held in
the north and south ends of the
County. A joint meeting of the
two groups will be held shortly for
hnal considerations.
.The Annual Party Apprecia-
Lion Dinner, held in Tallahassee,
was attended by eight delegates
from Gulf County and Carl White,
one of the group. reported on the
good food. good fellowship and
good speeches on political partici-
pation by communities. All of the
members met the Governor.
The Florida Forum met on
March 28 in the cabinet room at
the Capital Building and Phyllis
Beaman of the Steering Commit-
tee'attended.
' A question and answer period
on the subjects of health and ed-
ucation in Florida was headed by
Gov. Chiles, Lt. Governor McKay
and Education Commissioner
Doug Jamerson.
.An afternoon panel discus- ,
sion on Juvenile Justice had as a
panel: Mr. Harper,' of HRS, Mr.
Vasalinda, The News, Mr. Bank-
head, Senator and Mr. Richly,
Representative.
;, The Forum ended at the Gov-
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St. with a reception and dinner.
:Quarterly meetings of the
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Ralph Macomber, left, chairman of the building committee of St. Joe Papermakers Federal Credit
Union is shown receiving a flag donated by Bo Williams, to be proudly flown over the union's building.
Also shown from left are: Charles Everett, former director, President Harry Lee Smith, Vice President
Larry Bateman, Secretary Mike Bush, manager Wesley Atkins, Secretary Mike Bush and Richard Quack-
enbush, Assistant Manager. Director Ann Strait was not present.

Concert Choir Performing
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Team Recognized
Some of the members of the Sharks state championship 2A basketball
team are shown looking on as County Commission Chairman Warren Yeager
presents a ,resolution recognizing their achievements to Coach Vern Eppin-
ette, right. From left are Barry Adkison. Damien Byrd. Mario Larry, John
Bryant, Yeager and Eppinette.

Wo-man's Club Gives

Earth Day Awards


Winners in the flfth annual
Earth Day environmental poster
contest _sponsored,,by -the Wewa_
hitchka Wpman's, Club and the ,,
Florida' P rk Service were lhon-
ored at an informal ceremony
held at Wewahitchka Elementary
School. Third place winner, third
grader Travis Meyer, received a
ribbon and check for $10; second
place winner, fourth grader Jessi-
ca Whitfield, received a ribbon
and a check for $15; and Russell
Knee. sixth grader and first place
winner, was the recipient of a rib-


Gulf Pines "

To Observe

Nurses Month
Gulf Pines Hospital will be
celebrating, Nursing Week May 6-
12. Brian Upton, administrator of
Gulf Pines' Hospital said, 'This
has been a year of real growth
and well being for our hospital.
Thanks due in large to our excel-
lent Director of Nursing, Tessa
Goff, R.N. and 'her team of skilled
and dedicated nurses."
During the coming week the
.hospital will .offer free blood pres-
sure checks to anyone in the
community. They will be offered
Friday, May 13, In the Gulf Pines
Hospital Conference room from
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.


bon and check for $25. ,
The presentations were made-
by Dottle Taylor, club president,
and Lathy. Green. park ranger at
the Dead Lakes State Recreation
Area.- The ceremony was taped for
viewing by all the students during
their morning television program.

Note of Thanks
Mere words could never
express the appreciation we feel
for all of you.
Family and friends you were
there for Shannon visiting, calling
and praying when she was ill.
When Shannon passed away you
were here for us, with food, flow-
ers, gifts and prayers for the fami-
ly to give us strength to ,face each
day without our precious child.
Those of you who attended
Shannon's funeral may have
thought the song. "Don't Give Up
on the Brink of Your Miracle" was
an odd song for a funeral, but
you must realize what that song
meant to Shannon. She never
gave up and you see God gave her
1,927 miracles. Every day of her
life since Dec. 27, 1988 was a
Miracle. She touched so many
, lives in those five years.
Thank you all for being a part
of her life and sharing with us in
the sorrow of her death. Special
thanks to Lauralie and Clifford
Sutton and Don Banta and faini-


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with choreography. The choir has
a few of their cookbook left and
they can be purchased that day
for $5.00. Your support will be
greatly appreciated.
On Tuesday. May tenth, the
Concert Choir will be presenting
their annual Spring Concert in
the high school commons area at
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Six Port S~t., Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School students were selected as
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month of April. The students are
recommended by their teachers
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and positive attitude. The stu-
dents were treated to lunch by
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Gretchen Stevens; 9th Grade-
Harmony Priest; 10th Grade-Dee
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tHE STAR PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1994


Get Those
Hammers Out!
Parents'of the 1994 graduat-
ing seniors of.Port St. Joe High
School are hard at work- con-
sfructing the decorations for the
annual Project Graduation to be
held May 23. Parents are urged to
;;get out their hammers, nails. sta-
ples and staple guns and join
with other parents each evening
at the Centennial Building. Work
is in progress Monday through
Friday evenings, from 6:45 p.m.
on.

Seniors Selling
BBQ Dinners
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens will be holding a Barbeque
. sandwich dinner on May 13. at
the Port SL Joe Park, (First Union
Bank) from 11:00-1:30. They will
be serving a large BBQ beef sand-
wich with potato chips, pickle
and iced tea for $3.00 and will
deliver to local businesses. Please
call 229-8466 to place an order.
All proceeds will be used to raise
money for the new Senior Citi-
zens and Community Center.


t ,;Consumer
Interest Tips
S Did'you.know... Florida citi-
zens age'65 or older are entitled
to a 50 percent reduction in base
camping fees in all Florida state
parks where the base camping
fees are $10 or more. and in all
state forests where the base
camping fees are $8. The reduc-
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other fees.


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Obituaries


Sheriff Races for Charity
S Gulf County Sheriff A Hrrison was one of six area sheriffs and
police chiefs who raced at the Youngstown Speedway Saturday eve-
ning to raise funds for the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches. Winning
the 10-lap event was'Lynn Haven Police Chief Messer. The cars
were furnished by area racers and sponsors.. Sponsoring Harrison
were David Rich's IGA and Fisher's Building Supply. Approximately
, $6,000 was raised in the benefit, which will be held at the Gulf
County Speedway next year. Other sheriffs participating were:
Washington Danny Hasty; Okaloosa Larry Gilbert; Jackson -
Johnny McDaniel; Bay Guy Tunnell and Holmes John Braxton.


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Jo O'Barr won the 12' boat
and Robert Cantley won the 2
hp motor at the boat show held
at Captain Black's Marine this
past week end. Manager Ron
Howard is shown in the photo
at left presenting the motor to
Cantley and in the photo above
presenting the boat to Mrs.
O'Barr.


Irene S. Beaman Gator Lose
Irene S. Beaman, 79. of Port .,
St. Joe,. passed away Monday ,- by 2 R uns
* morning in Bay St. Joseph Care b 2 2 R uns
Center, following an extended ill-
ness. She was reared in Indiana BLOUNTSTOWN 3,
,and had been a resident here WEWA 1
since 1956. A member of the The Gators scored one un-
Long Avenue Baptist Church, she earned run in the sixth Inning
was a partner-in Beaman Plumb- when Tranum McLemore walked
ing. Service with her husband. ., and scored on an error, while the
She'.was the widow of E. Wayne Tigers were scoring runs in the
Beaman and was preceded in First and third innings for a 3-i1
death by her son, Jim Beaman. victory in a tight ball game. The
..**Gators committed three crucial
Survivors include her daugh-- errors in the game.
ter and son-in-law. Fern S. and The Tigers took a one-run
Jimmy Guilford of Mexico Beach; first-inning lead as a result of one
seven grandchildren, Ginger,. Gator en-or and added two more
Sims, Shari Boyd, Bill Guilford,, in the third again, on a Gator er-
Alan Sisk, Tina Nichols, Edward n the third, again, on a Gator er-
Lanler,. and Julie Lanier: several ro Casey Kelly went the. route
great-grandchildren; three sis- for the Gators, allowing only five
ters, Jean Gillls of Panama City hits.
Beach, Corine 'Roscoe 'of Hobart, ; Wewa 000 001 0-1 4 3
IN, and Wanda Pearson of Gosh- B'town 102 000 z-3 5 1
en IN; two brothers, S.C. Statom,
Jr.. of *Munice, IN, and David L. LIBERTY COUNTY 10,
Statom of Phoenix, AZ; and a WEWAHITCHKA 8
brother-in-law, Cecil R. Beaman The Gators lost their final
of Punta Gorda. regular season game before going
,,The funeral, sgrwmice .wJll.Jbe, into the Sub-District Tournament
held at 11:00 a.m. E.S.T.,.Thurs- play Tuesday, with a'10-8 defeat
day at the Long Avenue Baptist' to the Liberty county Bulldogs
Church, to be conducted by Dr. Friday afternoon.
Dan Duncan. Interment will fol- The Gators used two pitchers
low in the family plot at Holly Hill in the game which saw Liberty
Cemetery. capture the lead twice; in the first
All services are under the di- inning, when they scored two
reaction of the Comforter Funeral runs and again In the fifth, when
Home. they crossed the plate four times.
The Gators scored all their
runs-to take a temporary lead-
Kinchen B. Hall in the fourth inning when they
Kinchen B. Hall of, Port St. scored eight runs.
Joe, passed away 'Monday, April Will Sumner drove in two
25, in Gulf Pines Hospital. The runs on two hits for the Gators.
funeral service was held at 2:00 Adam Ake was 2 for 3 with a RBI.
p.m. E.S.T., Saturday. April 30th, Tranum McLemore started for
at Zion Fair Missionary Baptist the Gators and was relieved by
Church. Jeremy Pridgeon In the fifth.
All services were under the McLemore took the loss.
direction of the Comforter Funer- Wewa 000 800 0- 8 8 2
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Use Of Land Change

Through An Emergency

Comprehensive Plan

Amendment Before

The Gulf County
Planning Board
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The Board of Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, has scheduled a trans-
mittal stage public hearing to amend its
Comprehensive Plan by ordinance as fol-
lows: '
Amendment to change the text of the
Gulf County Comprehensive Plan by
adding Agriculture to the land use inten-
sity parameters in Policy 1.3.7 of Section
1.
The first (transmittal) public hearing
on these matters will be held at a special
meeting of the Gulf County Commission
at 12:00 p.m. EDT on Thursday, May
12, 1994, in the County Commission
Meeting Room at the Gulf County Court-
house. The second (adoption) public
hearing will be advertised at a later date.
The proposed plan amendment is
available for inspection, Monday through
Friday 'between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m. EDT in the Gulf County
Planning/Building Department at the
Gulf County Courthouse at 1000 Fifth
Street, Port St. Joe, Florida, Questions
concerning this matter should be direct-
ed to the Gulf County Planning/Building
Director (904) 229-8944-
Interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard-regarding the pro-
posed plan amendment.: ,
P lblish: May 5,.1994.


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PAGE 8A HE STAR 'PORT ST. JOE, FL'* THURSDAY, MAY 5; 1994


Sharks V
Last Friday, the Port St. Joe
High School boys' track team
competed against four other
schools in the 1994 District 2-2A
track and field championships.
The Sharks enjoyed their finest
meet of the season and won the
district title with 141 points.
North Florida Christian placed
second 102, Florida High third
52, Havana fourth 38, and Jeffer-
son County fifth 26.
The Sharks won 12 of the 16
events,, and. placed second in five
more events. By placing first or
second in an, event each athlete
earned a berth in this weekend's
state track meet in Galnesville.
Winning the respective events
in the meet were: Jeremy Tull-,
Shot Put 50'9, Discus 142'9;'
Zyris Hill-Lorig Jump 22'10 3/4.,
800 Meters '2:02.73; Antwione
Allen-High. Jump 6'4, 110 Hur-
dles. 15.64; Chris Daniels-100
Meters 11.32.; John Bryant-300
Hurdles 43.90; Tarus Riley-200
Meters 22.95; 'Kenny Daves-3200
Meters 10:25.93; 400 Relay team
of Chris Daniels, Zyris Hill, Mario
Larry, and Tarus Riley 43.50;
1600 Relay team of Mario Larry,
Chris Daniels,, Willie Dawson,
and Zyris Hill 3.27.73.
Placing second were: Cedric
Anthony-Shot Put 48'1; Robert


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Sen-1600 Meters 4:49.90;' Willie
\Dawson-400 Meters 53.87; and.
!Antwione Allen-300 Hurdles
'44.01.
Earning third place were:
iCedric Anthony-Discus 132'7;
,iKenny Daves-1600 Meters
4:50.18: and Lee Duren-3200
iMeters 10:55.29.
I Nick Sweazy with a time of


Senior Zyris Hill placed
first in four events and led the
Sharks to the' district title."


4:59.38 placed fourth. Placing
fifth were: Robert Williams-Shot
Put 41'6; Joe Price-100 Meters,
11.70; and Bryan Earley- 800'
Meters 2:07.25.
Sixth place awards went to:
Vic Sellers-Discus 114'7; Jason
Shoaf-Pole Vault 7'2; John Strip-
ling-'1600 Meters 5:15.51; Keion
McNair-800 Meters 2:12.44; and

Sharks End

Golf 4th of

16 Teams
Sixteen teams Class 1A thru,
3A competed for the District 2
golf championship. At host, team
Marianna's Magnolia Oaks golf.
: course Port St. Joe shot its lowest
18 hole round for the year to fin-
ish fourth in the District Suwan-
nee County High School was first,
followed by R; F. Munroe second,
and McClay of Tallahassee third.,
Low medalists were seventh
grader Buddy Mongold and ninth
grader Clay Whitfield, each with a
85. Seniors Andy Smith shot 89
followed by Brad Lemleux's 96,
with an over all team score of
355.


Robble 'ODixson-3200 Meters
11:33.72.
The Sharks qualified 12 boys
in 17 events for the state meet,
and'has at least one entry in eve-
ry event except the triple and pole
vault.



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Lady Sharks Qualify

Five for State Meet
Congratulations to the Lady triple jump and second in long
Sharks track team for, their sec- jump and Kelll Graham second in
ond place finish at the district 300-low hurdles.
track meet., They set four new
school records: Jennifer Small- Also scoring for the Sharks
wood-4'10" in high jump, Traci were: Latrika Quinn third in 800
Peiffer-63.2 in 400 meter run, meters; Kayce Knox fifth in 100
Charron Addison 33'3"-triple high hurdles and sixth in 300 low
jump and 4 X 400 meter relay hurdles;. Casey Clark fifth 1600
team of TrMcl Peiffer, Charron meters; Candice Fletcher sixth in
Addison, Leslie Faison and Shi- 1600 meters; Kelli Graham sixth
nah Quinn 4:28.2. in high Jump; Kristie Lowry fifth
_, .Qualifying for the state meet in 3200 meters; Ronisu Bird sixth
with a first dor second place finish in 3200 meters; Traci PelffTer, Les-
were: Traci Peiffer-first in 400 lie Faison, Charron Addison and
meters, Charron Addison-first in Shinah Quinn third in 1600
triple jump and second. in long meter relay. Every Lady Shark
jump, Fanta, Harris first in 400 brought home at least one rib-
meters, Charron Addison-first in bon. Great job, Lady Sharksi

Lady Gators Win

District; State-Bound
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WEWAHITCHKA 10,
LIBERTY COUNTY 6
Amanda Davis went 3 for 4
and for RB1 last Friday, as the
Gators won the District 3-A
championship with a win over
Liberty County. Kelly Jones fin-,
ished 2 for 5.with two RBI.
The Lady Gators who have
lost only once all season long,
rapped out seven hits in their vic-
tory, with pitcher Ginnie McClel-
lan allowing the Bulldogs only
five hits in her full game perfor-
mance..
The Lady Gators will face Tal-
Gators Win .
First Round
The Wewahitchka Gators
took a first round win over the,.
Altha Wildcats in the District 3-
A baseball playoffs Tuesday af-
ternoon.
Will Sumner scattered two
hits to help the Gators to a
first-round 13-1 victory. He.
struck out eight and walked
two over a run-aule decision
shortened game.
The Gators collected nine
hits off Wildcat pitching. Mike
Morgan led the attack with a
two-run double in the first, to
begin the scoring. 'He added an
RBI double in the fourth in-
ning, going 2 for 3. Casey Kel--
ly slammed a two-run double*
ih the second and David Hys-
mith went 2 for 2.
The Gators will meet the
winner of the Sneads-
Apalachicola game in the tour-
nament semi-finals at 1:00
p.m. CT this afternoon in Bris-
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Gulf Rifle Club
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
a monthly meeting on Thursday,
May fifth, starting at 6:30 p.m. A
video from the NRA will be shown
after the meeting. All members
shooting trap need to be aware
the starting -time for Sunday's
shoots has been changed to 5:00
On Saturday morning, start-
ing at 9:00 a.m., there will be a
Police Pistol Combat (PPC)match.
The match Iis planned to start
monthly. on the first saturday of
every month. For more details at-
tend the meeUng or call 229-
8412.

Men's Softball
The Primitive Baptist. Youth
Department will',, e saying g a
men's Class C sdftlball tourna-
ment, Saturday, May 7. .. ..
There will be a entiy-fee-of'
$100.00. For more. Information
call Beverly Quinn at (904) 229-
8098.


lahassee Maclay in the regional
championship game.
Wewa 104 500 0-10 7 17
Liberty 200 301 0- 6 5 4
WEWAHITCHKA 18. .
CARRABELLE 2
The Wewahitchka Lady Gator
fast-pitch softball team is contin-
uing to burn the league up with
its pitching and hitting, driving to
the finals of the District 3-A tour-
nament. The Lady Gators created,
a berth for themselves in the
tourney finals with a no-hit per-
formance by Ginny McClellan and
Thelma Bryant against Carrabelle
lastThursday.
The Lady Gators played error-.
less softball in the four-inning,,
run-rule victory. .
The Gators pounded out five
hits, while the Panthers were com-
mitting six errors to combine with
frequent walks, to push across 18
runs, for the winners. Peaches
Parker led the Gators with two of
Wewahitchka's five hits.
SThe Gators' big inning came
in the second, when they crossed
home1 plate 13 times in the in-
ning.
Car'belle 200 0- 206
Wewa 4[1311 x-18 50


LADY SHARKS SOFTBALL team finished second in the District with a loss to North Florida Chris-
tian last Wednesday. The team was jubilant despite the loss. They are shown above, front row, from
left: Melissa Martin, Heather Fields,' DeAnna Horton, Brigette Godfrey, Alyson Williams, Heather Walsh,
Kendra McDaniel, Dusty Daniels and Joni Peak. Back row, Coach Martin Adkison, Pam Watkins, Gena
Johnson, Lindsay Williams, Karen Clark, Stephanie Owens, Dottie Davis, Stephanie Maxwell and Coach
Steve Maxwell.


Sharks In District


PORT ST. JOE 12,
JEFFERSON CO. 2
Port St. Joe clobbered Jeffer-
son County, winning 12-2, Fri-
day, behind the pitching of Adam
Taylor throwing his fifth win of
the season against only two loss-
es. .
Coach Duane McFarland
gave Taylor relief in the sixth with
Josh, Colbert and Eric Ramsey
hurling the final inning. They
gave up a collective six hits, three
walks and struck out seven.
Bryan Butts keyed the of-
fense for the Sharks, pounding
out three hits and two RBI. Josh
Colbert slammed a triple into
deep center field, and Ryan Y6ag-
er had a double, ,as the Sharks
rapped 12 hits off loser, Brown.


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physician to Gulf and Franklin County residents.
This agency also addresses the social service
needs of their patients. Without the help of Execu-
tive Director, Jeannie Warren, and caseworker,
Susan Donahey of the Family Services Agency
many of the patients could not be provided social
services. The Family Services Agency is a non-'
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agency provides a variety of services to families in
times of crisis to include: food, medication, cloth-
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Their address and telephone number are:
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The Sharks scored five times
In the first two Innings, to take a
lead they never gave up.
Jef'son 011 0000-- 2 62 ,
St. Joe 140 322 x-12 12 1
FLORIDA HIGH 15,
PORT ST. JOE 9
Florida High couldn't do any-
thing wrong Saturday, as they
cruised to a 15-9. win over the
Sharks, with 15 hits. Florida
High tagged three different Shark
hurlers on the way to their win of
the final game of the regular 'sea-
son, tuning up for the District 2-
2A tournament.
The Seminoles chased starter
,Eric Ramsey in the second inning
with eight runs off bloopers. Tex-
as leaguers and infield dribblers.
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two runs. Then Josh Colbert re-
lieved in the fifth, giving up five
more runs. The Seminoles hit'
safely 15 times during the game,
turning all of them into runs.
Brian Jenkins finished 3 for 4
with a RBI; Ryan Yeager was 2 for
4 with a RBI double and Bryan
Butts was 2 for 4 with thiee RBI
to pace the Sharks.
Atone point in the game, the
Sharks had fought back to within
two runs of the lead, but the
Seminoles' five runs in .the sixth
inning cut the rally off.
'The Sharks had defeated
Florida High, 6-2, on April 9. The
two teams face each other again
in the opening round of the Dis-
trict Twvo tournament in Monticel-
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How does it feel to be the only in tl
lady lawyer in a community mor
which already has a fair supply of
'men lawyers? Judge Dedee Co-
stello of the 14th Judicial Circuit,
,told the Rotary Club how she
dealt with it. -
Costello came to Panama City
20 .yea-ago asi.d t-,-
', only female attorney on the block
at that time. She was named by
'Public Defender Virgil Q. Mayo as
an assistant to his office, to serve
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time. As Costello puts It. "I was
SInitiated into the fraternity.
Grudginglyy"
Eight years ago, Costello was
named Circuit Judge and was
first assigned to the Holmes-
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stories of several cases in this
I district.
When Judge W. L. Bailey was
Skilled. Costello was assigned to
i the Gulf County Court to take his
place. "I have been here for eight
J years and I can truthfully say I
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Seiren if I could."
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jurist must use common sense,
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which aren't covered under the c
written law. These instances
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Guest of the club was John
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contributes to Scholarship Fund
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irman, with a $1,000 check. All contributions are used to pro-
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Honor Students Named

Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High


The fifth sixth weeks honor
roll was presented by Wes Taylor,
Principal of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School.
All A's
Seventh Grade: Mindy
Banks, Aaron Bearden, Jim Fai-
son, Tracey. Fitzgerald, Rachel
McCroan, Julia Six, Lindsay Wil-
liams.
Eighth Grade: Casie Clark,
-.Dorthy Davis, Sabtina Hanson,
-Jarred Patterson, Jodie Wear.
SNinth Grade: Karen Falbe,
<.Robbi Funderburk, Kayce Knox,
S "Stephanie Maxwell, Bryan Simon,
Misty Wood.
Tenth Grade: Erica Beard,
Dusty Daniels, Leslie Faison,
Heather Fields, Sarah Fox, Bri-
gette Godfrey, Kristi Lawrence,
Serena Littleton, Deann Red-
mond,. Matt Roberson, Jennie
Smallwood, Alyson Williams.
Eleventh Grade: Harlotte
Boldenr Dyshanda Boykins, Nata-
lie Gant, Alice Kennington, Jessi-
-ca White.
Twelfth Grade: Jennifer
Clark, Kristi Davis, Tim Hatcher,
Kara Hogue, ;Lenka ,Kucerova,
Erimi Oliver, Jamie Parrish, Traci
Peiffer.
A's & B's
Seventh Grade: Samantha
TAmbrose, Anna Duren, Meredith
Godfrey, Marcus Gordon; Adam
'O'Claire, Rikki Johnson, Wade.
'Kennington, Brett Lowry, Wendy
:Sander, Krystal Tharpe, Donna
Thomas, Andrew Tillery, Tracy
Watkins, Kiki Williams.
Eighth Grade: Amanda Bate-
man, Heather Calvarese, Lee Ca-
'they, Jeremy Dixon, Jennifer
aGaddis, Jason. Gammill, Christy
'Gay, Kimberly Lamberson, Steph-
anie Lawrence, Amanda Phillips,
Tommie Richter, Gretchen Ste-
yens, Gregory Summers;. Casey
White, Capie Williams.
Ninth Grade: Ronisu Bird,.
Amy Buzzett, Karen Clark, Jesse
polbert,- Doyle Crosby. Joanna
Cutler,: Matthew. Dixon, Audrey:
Franklin, Lacheryl Garland. Mi-
thael, Groh, Sherri Hamilton.
Gena Johnson, Tina Klope,
Charles Lanford, Tasheka Lang-
ston, Kristie Lowry, Jennifer Mar-;
tin, Jolynne Parker, Harmony
Priest. Rocky Quinn, Adrian Rich-
bourg, Nicholas Sweazy, John Ta-
tum, Karen Thomas, Matthew
White, Clay, Whitfleld,. Stefanie
Wibberg, Christy Wood.
Tenth Grade: Barry Adkison,
Latonya Bailey. April Bryant, She-.
(eta Chambers, Quatonia Croom.
Sharon CGainous; Khalilah Hill,
t)ee Horton, Kristi Kirkland. Mi-
ehelle Lindsey, Kent McCullough,
Jaime McMullon, Mandricka Mill-
er, Heather Nixon, Nicole Pugh,


Chaka Speights, Charrish White,
Gerri Willis.
Eleventh Grade: Davida
Byrd, Kristi Capps, William Ca-
they, Teresa Evensen, Stephanie
Gaddis, Chy Harrison, Jon Haw-
kins, Tawanda Jenkins, Tres
Long, Johanna McMullon, Missy
Nobles, Latresha Quinn, Jackie
Terry, Candice Upchurch, Damon


Walker, John Wear, Stacey Wil-
liams.
Twelfth Grade: Jenny Acree,
Melissa Anderson, Sherry Bolden,
Bryan Butts, Tonya Carpenter,
Joshua Colbert, Megan Dean, Lee
Duren, Elisa Eyslee, Sherry Fen-
nell, Shelley Fettinger, Latasha
Foxworth, Tony Francis, David,


Goodson, Jason Hanna, Zyi-is
Hill, Kellie Kennington, Caroline
Lister, Christie Maestri, Dana
Maige, Kendra McDaniel, Shalon-
da McNeal, Eric Monteiro, Chris
Nixon, Michael Norris, Joni Peak,
Latonia Peterson, Amos Pittman,
Eric Ramsey, Tina Sewell, Andy
Smith, Nichole Wilder, Richard
Wood, Bill Wyatt.


Wewahitch-ka Elementary School


The fifth six weeks honor roll
for Wewahitchka Elementary
School is proudly presented by
Principal Jerry Kelley.
ALL A's
Third Grade: Barbara Alder-
man, Judith Husband, Kelli Jack-
son, Jesse Knee, Derrick McMil-
lion, Laura Spivey, Jesse
Taunton, Jana Traylor.
Fourth Grade: Lindsey Cart-
er, Nicholas Chan, Nicole Hall,
Tonya Hall, Amanda Kent, Ryan
Martin, Kimberly McMillion.
Fifth Grade: ScottAttaway,
Teresa Jackson.
Sixth Grade: Stephen Price,
Gary Daniels.
A's & B's
Third Grade: Justin Barnes,
Mary Book, Sheen Barnes, -Bran-
don Carter, Heather Golebiewski,
Aleasha Hand, Bead Ludlam, Jef-
frey Marshall, Meagan Morris,
Terry Myers, Matthew. Piercy,
Matthew Poe, Robert Rouse,

Brandon Simpson, Monique. Sir-
mons, Jonathan Thomas, Tony
Werts, Andrae Williams, Apollo-
nia Williams, Travis Myers, Erika
Pippin, Chante Stevens.
Fourth Grade: Terrance Ad-'
dison, Clarissia Allen, Candese
Bangas, James Kyle Brown, Glo-
ria Bryant, Jamie Cain, Judson
Carnley, Ricky. Collins;. Joshua,
: Conley, Chris .Connell, James-
Destinino, Adam Flowers, Brooke
Grice. Cerelle Hanes, William
Jenkins, Brandon Jones, Joseph
Lea, Christina McCain, Anthony
McDaniel. Jeffrey McNeil, Alicia
Mooneyham, Christan' Moses,
Derrick Myers. Timothy Pyries,
Aaron Rish, Josie Whiffleld. An-
sley Williams, Jennifer Williams,
Jeffrey Yoder, Jason Strimel, Jus-
tin Taunton, Matthew Weathers.
Sixth Grade: Brandy Ake,
Melissa Babb, Sarah Bailey, Nich-
olas Bangas, Richard Barfield,
Carl Book, Keven Brown, Mark
Carithers, Jessica .Cole, Crystal
Collins,-. Sylvia-. Daniels. Andrew
,Davis, Ryan Foritner, Krystal Fos-
ter, Shalina 'Fre'dnian," Anthony
'OGreent, Jennifer Goldyn. Timothy
Harvey, Amanda Hicks, Renece
Jackson, Stevie Johnson, Russell
Knee, Daniel Miller, Kevin Min-


chew, Chad Patterson, Marafida. Smith, Kelly Waters, George Wo-
Sellers, Kristina Smiley, Tiffany linski.

Faith Christian School


Faith Christian School'honor.
roll students for the fifth' six
weeks were presented by Rev.
Fred Goebert, Principal
All A's -
First Grade: Mark Vinson.
Second Grade: Rachel BLxler,
Lyndsey Hill, Andy Kunz.
Third Grade: Katie Geoghag-
an, Adam Nixon, Jeremy Rober-
shaw, Aaron Watson.
Fourth Grade: Leslie Earley.
John Patrick Floyd, Renee Vin-
son.
Fifth Grade: Andy Shoaf..
A's & B's
First Grade: Heather Hender-
son, Erin Hill, Taylor Miller, Sa-
rah Montgomery, Whitney Nixon,

Highland View
-Elementary
Catherine Barfield, Principal
of Highland View Elementary
School, announced the honor roll
for the fifth six weeks.
All A's
Third Grade: Danielle
Barnes, Christina Colson, Ste-
phen Gaddis, Traci Richardson,
Erica Tuten.
Fourth Grade: Audra Wil-
liams, Andrew Tuten.
Fifth Grade: Karissa Thom-
as.
Sixth Grade: Nicole' Smith,
Wayne Lindsey, Matthew Fleisch-
mann, John Gainous.
A's & B's
Third Grade: Katherine Bun-
da, Ashley Burkett, Aaron Hamm,
Michele Keith, Vicki Reed, Jenni-
fer Tillery.
Fourth Grade: Joe Robinson,
ColbyLong. .;..iim
Fifth Grade: Stephanie-
Blackmon. Amber Davis. Melissa
Haun, Jenny Patterson, Adam
White, Seth Williams.
Sixth Grade: Amanda Mar-
quardt.


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Jake Owens, Jeff Pitts, Amy Sas-
nett, Jerni Thomas, Kayla Wiley.
Second Grade: Jeffrey Bai-
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Brandon Stitt, Jenna Teat, Bert
Waddell.
Fourth Grade: Rachel Geo-
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Morrison. Jenny Oksanen.
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. Chad Goebert, Rebekah Peterson,
Jessica Slate.
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Jake Thomas.
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Ninth Grade: Shana Ham-


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Wewahitchka
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Larry Mathes, Principal of
Wewahitchka High School,: an-
nounces the fifth six weeks honor
roll.
ALL A's
Seventh Grade: Kristi Gay,
Victoria McClellan.
Eighth Grade: Jennifer
Barnes, Joshua Baxley, Rita
Dietz, Ike Mincy, Joseph Whit-
field.,
Ninth Grade: Judith Birm-
ingham.
Tenth Grade: Kimberly Dietz.
Twelfth Grade: Mari Goo-
drich.
(See HONOR ROLL-Page 3B)


STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO FIND THE
GULF COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENTS) ADOPTED BY
ORDINANCE NO(S). 93-16 NOT IN COMPLIANCE
AND AMENDMENTS) ADOPTED BY
ORDINANCE NO(S). 93-14 IN COMPLIANCE
DOCKET NO. 93S4-NOI-2301-(A)-(N)
DOCKET NO. 93S3-NOI-2301-(A)-(N)
The Department gives notice of its intent to find the Amendment( s) adopted by Ordi-
nance No(s). 93-16, on December 14,. 1993, NOT IN COMPLIANCE, and Amendment(s)
adopted by Ordinance No(s). 93-14, on, December 14,"1993, IN COMPLIANCE, pursuant to,
Sections 163.3184 and 163.3187, F.S.
The adopted Gulf County Comprehensive Plan Amendmenrt(s), the Department's Objec-
tions, Recommendations, and Comments Report, (if ahy), and the Department's Statement
of Intent to find the Comprehensive Plan Amendment(s) Not in Compliance will be available
for public inspection Monday through Friday; except for legal holidays, during normal busi-
ness hours, at the Gulf County Courthouse, Clerk's Office, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St, Joe,
Florida 32456.
Any affected person, as defined in Section 163.3184, F.S., has a right'to petition for an
administrative hearing to challenge the proposed agency determination that the Amendment
(s) to the Gulf County Comprehensive Plan are In Compliance, as defined in Subsection
163.3184 (1)', F.S. The petition must be filed within.twenty-one (21) days after publication of
this notice, a copy must be mailed or delivered to the local government and and must include
all of the information and contents described in Rule 9J-11.012(8); F.A.C. The ,petition shall;,
be filed with the Agency Clerk, Department of CommunityAffairs,'2740 Centerview Drive,.,Tal-
lahassee, Florida 32399-2100, Failure to timely file a petition shall constitute-a waiver of
any right to request-an administrative proceeding as a petitioner under Section 120.57, F.S.
If a petition is filed, the purpose of the administrative hearing will be to present evidence and
testimony and forward a recommended, order to the Department. If no petition is filed, this
Notice of Intent shall become final agency action.
This Notice of Intent and the Statement of Intent for the amendments) found Not In Com-
pliance will be forwarded by petition tot eh. Division of Administrative Hearings of the Depart-
ment of Management Services for the scheduling of an Administrative Hearing pursuant to
Section 120.57, F.S. The purpose of the administrative hearing will be to present1 evidence
and testimony and forward a recommended order to the Administratioh Commission. Affected
persons may petition for leave to intervene in the proceeding. A petition for intervention must
be filed at least five (5) days before the final hearing and must include allof the information
and contents described in Rule 221-6.0,10, F.A.C. A petition for leave to intervene shall be
filed at the Division of Administrative hearings (DOAH), Department of Management Services,
1230 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1550, and a copy mailed or delivered
tot he local government. All issues of noncompliance other than those contained in the State-
ment of Intent must be stated in the petition and filed with DOAH within 21 days of the date .
of this.notice. Failure to petition to intervene or to raise a new issue within the allowed time
frame constitutes a waiver of any right such a person has to request a hearing, or a hearing
on that issue, under Section 120.57, F.S.,, or to participate in the administrative hearing:
/S/ Charles G. Pattison, Director
Department of Community Affairs
Division of Resource Planning and Management
2740 Centerview Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100
Publish: May 5, 1994.


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S Capitol



NEWS

ROUND-UP
by Jack Harper



"There they go again," President Ronald Reagan often said about
Democrats, bureaucrats, the liberal news media, political activists, col-
lege professors and lobbyists. He could very well have been talking about
the Miami Herald and its panel of "knowledgeable observers" who picked
their Most Effective Florida legislators after the regular session last
month. Guess what? The most effective were two St. Petersburg area law-
makers, Rules Chairman Peter Wallace, a Democrat and next year's
Speaker of the House, and Sen. Kurt Kiser, a Republican in the Senate
who could become President in two years if his party wins a majority in
the November election.
Panel members said they favored Wallace and Kiser as well as others
high in their rankings because they avoided the moral frenzy that
gripped many legislators who, they said, spent too much time trying to
turn moral beliefs into law.
Both Wallace and Kiser were involved in negotiations on the Ever-
glades cleanup bill. Wallace got high marks for Influencing colleagues in
the House to pass a rule not to take campaign contributions during the
session. 4
Guess who was near the bottom in the rankings? Freshman Demo-
cratic Sen, Charles Williams who represents a string of rural counties
" from Tallahassee to Crystal River and almost to Jacksonville, In the
House, Rep. Jpmes'Kerrigan, R-Gulf Breeze, was way down in the House
t standings, too.
Bot Williams and Keirigan stood tall on some moral issues the pan-
el frowned on.. of course, like. helping to sack the proposed gun-control
.bills early-on ip the session afnd"sticking with'voluhltary school pi-ayer at
high school events.
I guess you could consider the Herald's rankings, fairly accurate.
Their intent was to pick the most effective legislators, not the ones clos-
,est in step with the people of Florida. ,'
Those panelists didn't ride with me-on the free public trolleyto and
from the capitol during the session. Those folk who couldn't afford down-
town parking (most don't own a car) who I rubbed elbows with on those
trips were interested in the moral issues. So, were many of the'.small town
weekly newspaper editors I served With -my weekly reports. I think a ma-
jority of Floridlans are. -
So for them, I'm going to pick the first Downhome Legislators of the
session who, It seemed to me, best represented the wishes of their people
and most often voted their consciences no matter what.,
Sen. Rick Dantzler, D-Winter Haven, would be the choice in the Sen-
ate. Head of the Senate Natural Resources Committee, he was' instru-
mental in getting the Everglades Cleantfp bill passed into law. He took a
lot of gaff from environmentalists who wanted to make sugar farmers the
: scapegoat in the cleanup plans. Instead, the bill as passed evenly divides
the blame and costs between those' Glades counties, the agriculture in-
terests, and the state and federal gov&rnmnints. Sen. Kiser, incidentally.
sided more with the environmentalists than Dantzler.
Dantzler also broke with Democrats.on the select committee that rec-
ommehded reinstatement for Hernando-County School Board member
Diane Rowden. who was removed from office by Gov. Lawton Chiles for
trying to influence fellow members on'the telephone in violation of the
sunshine law. The full Senate did not reinstate Rowden.
This was probably the most hypocritical action in the Legislature
during the session. Senators are covered by the same sunshine law, but
unlike school board members, they can legally lobby each other on the
phone. Not only that, both the Senate and the House have terrible
records on living up to Florida's sunshine law, which some old reporters
think just might be too difficult to enforce anyway. Both houses violated
'the law .h session ..... ... .. .
S And finally, Dantzler fought for some good moral issues such as birth
,) control for welfare mothers and some stricter laws for juveniles which
failed to pass.
Sen. Pat Thomas. D-Quincy, would have been my second choice for
Downhome Senator of the Year. He was given a historic low ranking for a
S: Senate President of fifth by the Herald panel in spite of the fact that the
Senate's bills carried over most of the House bills for the Everglades
cleanup, more prisons, and juvenile justice reforms. He fought, off a lot of
that South Florida liberalism in the Democratic party and managed the
difficult task of keeping the evenly-split Senate from gridlock.
Sen. Williams would be about thirdwas the Downhome Senator hon-
oree.
The Downhome Representative of the Year choice is Robert -Tram-,
S rhell. D-Marianna, who sponsored a constitutional amendment cracking.
down on debtors and stood by his convictions on the school prayer bill.
Runner-up is Kerrigan, who with Williamrs attended and'backed the anti-
gun control rally at the capitol early In the session, that helped to defeat
the legislation.

GOVERNOR WINNER: Gov. 'Lawton- Chiles was the big winner' last
week when the Florida Supreme Court upheld.a controversial law that al-
Sld1ws candidates for the state's highest public offices to spend tax dollars
on their campaign If they agreeto limit spending to $5 million.
The Republican Party of Florida says the law hurts, taxpayers by
spending money on campaigns instead of real state needs and is "welfare
for politicians".
S. Chiles, who pushed the law through the Legislature three years ago.
said the court had reaffirmed that the people-not special interests-
Sshould own the political'process.
'The survival of our Democratic form'of government demands that we
select our leaders by holding elections, not by.staging auctions." Chiles
S said.
But Republican Party chairman Tom Slade said the law Is a Lawton
Chiles re-election act and a sham. "It was slipped through in the name of
,ethics and campaign reform, but it's. blatant special Interests." Slade
said.
BLACKS ONLY: A native of India was given back pay and a promo-
tion by a federal judge after he testified he was denied positions in the
Florida Department of Transportation B.ecause they were open only to
Blacks.
A department attorney said the state may appeal the order issued by
'U.S. District Judge Maurlce Paul on March 21. The order was delivered
*'t to the news media in Tallahassee anonymously lastiweek.
Suntil Nath, 50, the Indian who challenged the agency In court, had
ironically formulated an affirmative action plan for the DOT in 1979.
'CAT FUND OK: A hurricane catastrophe fund last week got the go-
ahead from the state to start collection premiums from insurers, but it
will be months before policy-holders know how it will affect their rates.
The fund was created by lawmakers in a special session last fall to
reimburse insurers for losses from disasters like Hurricane Andrew,
which caused $18 billion worth of losses in South Florida in August,
* 1992. .. ...: .- .- '
S HOLOCAUST: Gov, Lawton Chiles selected Miami Beach as the site
to sign into law a'bill requiring the Holocaust to be taught In Florida pub-
lic.schools so "we will always remember one of. the darkest stains on the
Fabric of humanity."
'r Jewish leaders who attended the bill signing ceremony said revisidn-
ists who argue the Holocaust didn't happen would continue to spread
untruths if schools failed to teach younger generations of the, murder of.'
six million Jews In Europe by Nazi Germany. ..


SHORT ON BLACKS: Africanr-Americans hold only 7.. percent of the1,
management posts in state agencies, although theymake up nearly. 14,
percent of Florida's population, two black groups said last week in Talla-
*hassee. The Department of Commerce got an A grade with nearly twice.
the expected number of blacks in senior positions, but i'ost'agencies got"
an F grade, including three listing no blacks in senior management.
S CHILES ON STUMP: Gov. Lawton Chiles took his town halls meet-
ings (at state expense) on the road' last week, plugging his programs in
, some rural North Florida towns,
"Why don't you take away cable TV and color TV from-the,~prisoners?"
A lot of hardworking people out here don"f have that," said David Foun-
tain, a student at Lafayette County High School at.one of the "town meet-
ings".'
t Not mentioning a bill. by Sen. Ander Crenshaw, R-Jacksonville, that
would do just that, Chiles told ,Fountain: "if you were a prison guard with
'45 in a holding cell, you'd want them to have something to occupy their
time. Part of this is trying to be tough, but,trying to be smart."


t S.Jelmna Sco


[Bulldog News


Students of the Week
Congratulations to our Stu-
dents of the Week: Mica Ashcraft.
Ricky Pasco,' Jesslyn Rose, Kale
Guilliot, Jennifer Raffield. Kandra
Williams, and Shelia Boykins.
School Survey
On April 22, a school survey
questionnaire was mailed to each
parent who has a child in Port St.
Joe Elementary School. You, are
asked to complete the survey and
mail it in the envelope provided.
Thanks for your input.


Honor R.oll
A's & B's
Seventh Grade: Stephanie
Ake, Amanda Atchison, -Thelma
Bryant, Tana Copeland, Otis Da-
vis. Elizabeth Dietz, Kelly Fore-
hand, Michael Pabis, Christopher
Sims, Amy St. Clair, James Taun-
ton. Champion Traylor. Jennifer
Williams, Jessica Williams, Brid-
gett Williamson.
Eighth Grade: Holly Atkins.
Christerpher Cain, AlIsha Cbllins.
Brandi Davis. Crystal Hand.-Ash-
ley Hanlon, Lloyd Husband. Ash-
ley Lister. Mandy Little, Richard
Maddox, Jasmine McMillion,
Thaddebs Morris, 'Almee Prid-
geon.
Ninth Grade: Judith Birm-


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.Teacher Appreciation Day
Qn Tuesday, May third, the
P.T.A. expressed their apprecia-.
tlon to .the faculty and staff of
Port St. Joe Elenentary School by
providing refreshments.
The following poem. written
by Lisa Curry, says it alli
Teachers We Appreciate
To the teachers who teach us
In the classroom, We are very
much abliged. They'll never know
Just how much they're touched
- our hearts inside.

From Page 2B

ingham, Gary Bridges, Charles
Cole, Amanda Davis, Linda
Jones, Margaret Kelsoe, Stacey
King. Dana Majors, Carina Patter-
son, Christopher Peoples, Adam
Taunton. Dana Walker.
Tenth Grade: Tamara Ander-
.son, Lindsay Dorman, Charles
Field. Milton Fisher, Crystal Ga-
skin. Jon Hostrop, Joseph Jack-
son, Michael King, Wendy Nelson.
Eleventh Grade: Shanna
Forehand, Cynthia Jordan, Casey
Kelley. Lori Layton. Misty Loftin.
Stacey Proctor. Jessica Taunton.
Twelfth Grade: Bert Chan.
Norris Clayton, Tammy Davis.
Jessica Hayes, John King. Connie
Lanier, Jeremy Nunnery,.Jeremy
Pridgeon. Heidi Pun.


Port St. Joe Elementary


Gerald' Lewter, Principal of
Port St. Joe Elementary School,
announces the fifth six weeks
honor roll.
ALL A's
-Third Grade: James Daniels,
Amy Doster. Susan Ellmer,. Col-
leen Falbe. Maragaret Gibson,
Tessi Layfleld, Jessica Sherrill,
Bryan Thomas, Tyler Weimorts.
Fourth Grade: Ashley Bryan,
Lisa Curry, Brittany Reeves.
Fifth Grade: Ben Ashcraft,
Bonnie Belin, Michael EBoulngton,
James Capps, Matthew Caswell,
Amber Daniels, Susan Medina,
Jessica Tarpley. Josh Todd, Tan-
ya Varinuin, Jarrod Wester.
Sixth Grade: Erica Alles,
Shella Boykins, Alicia ChrisUe,
Lacey Johnson, Josh McCulley,
Brett Parker, Rocky Salzer, Clay
Smallwood.. Lea..Todd..--Rachael
Watson.
A's & B's *:
Third Grade: Renee Bell, Tes-
sa Collins, Julia Comforter, Ad-'
dam Duke, Patrick Fitzgerald, Jo-
lie Hogan. Stephen Hoover, Kayla
'Jefferson, Carla Johnson, Chris
Knox, Terrance Matthews, Bran-
don Moyer. Adrian Peterson, Jen-'
,nifer Raffleld, Mathew Rose,
Che yne Todd, Bobby White.,'
Fourth Grade: Linette Bailey.,'
Natalie Burge. Josh Carter, 'San-
tiel C;hmnbers. Rob Dyes, Chad
Haddock, Prince Jones, Carla:


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To the principal who makes
the rules and keeps us under
control. We want-to 'tell you. You
play a very important tole.
The guidance, counselor who
gives 'us her time;' To you we want
to thank, For- seeing us little ones
as people high in rank. ,
The school nurse who. carries
a big black purse. With medicine
that we take by a spoon. That
helps use'to get well soon.
The P.E. coaches who teach
us sports, We thank you, too.
from, too, from our hearts.
The Lunch
School Yearbook
Your Port St. Joe Elementary
School PTA is now accepting or-
ders for the 1993-94 school year-
book. These memories will be im-
portant as your child gets older.
The price is $9.00 and the year-
book will be delivered before
school lets out for' summer vaca-
tion.
Track and Field Day
Field Day is scheduled for
Friday. May 13. As a fund raising
event your PTA is sponsoring a
concession stand. We will be of-
fering hot dogs. candy. and cold


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE FL THURSDAY MAY 5, 1994


Gems From My Gard
For Peggy ,:
I cried Christmas morning. A day of joy became suddenly a day of
grief. Mama and Daddy told me that our friend Peggy had died the day
before. Even as I write now, I choke badk some tears. You can't help it,
when you lose friends like Peggy.
She was special. And she took an early interest in this young
preacher. She was my female Barnabas, a daughter of encouragement,
who built me up, helped me and loved me. And in a significant way,
she helped make me be better than I would otherwise be. People like
her leave gaping holes in our lives, but lasting impressions on our
hearts;
;. `Peggy was like one of the Mary's of scripture: she went for alabas-
ter flasks more than working in Martha's kitchen. We need to remem-
ber. what Jesus said about Mary's breaking of the flask upon his
head-he said it was "beautiful", and that it would not be forgotten
(Mark 14:6-9).
The word beautifult" is a special word in Greek. It describes a'
thing of lasting value, enduring quality. It was a work that designated
a beautiful work of art that while not necessarily having a practical
purpose, nevertheless excited the imagination and warmed the heart.
Beauty in this sense transforms the person that beholds it. Most of us


St. J oe assembly of God
Si*f 4 309 6th Street*Port St. Joe
F '. SundaySchool..........................10:00 arr
i Morning Worship Service ........ 11:00 arr
Sunday Evening Service........... 6:30 prr
Wednesday Bible Study;........... 6:30 prr
William J. Wilson
Pastor
Come andReceive Of' 'Blessings t



Constitution fAnd Mtonument
..Catch the STort St.yoe
THE UNfTED METHOISTCHURCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.
Sunday School .........9:45 a.m. Evening Worship .........7:30 p.m
Morning Worship.... 11:00 a.m. Choir Practice
Methodist Youth Wednesday.............7:30. p.m
- Fellowship.......... 5:00 p.m.
Rev. Zedoc Baxter Charlotte Henderson'
PASTOR YOUTH/ CHOIR DIRECTOR



"The Exciting Place to Worship"


.,First Baptist Churc

102 Third Street
Port St.Joe, Florida

H. R. Naberhuis Buddy Caswell
Interim Pastor Minister of Music & Youth


EVEYON WECOM


Bible Study:
10 a.m. Sunday
7 p.m. Wednes


CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS:


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Worship:
11 a.m. Sunday
Nursery


Minister: Tom Skipper 229-8310 r
Message: Godl.y Mother
"WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Corner of 20th Street & Nlarvin Avenue


Pine Street Overstreet
Sunday School.......................... ...10:00 a.m
Sunday Worship.................1...............11:00 a.m
Wednesday 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. (EDT)
J++ SSunday School 9:45
ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, 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
SUNDAY SUNDAY
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.


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
MEXICO BEACH
823 N. 15th Street
648-5776
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


Sgt By Rev. Steve Cloud
are like Martha and the Disciplds-we know the price of everything,
but the value of nothing. But that could not be said about Peggy
McFarland. '
For a wedding gift, she gave me, and my wife a vase. It is a beauti-

ful, smoke crystal with an inlaid flower. It belonged to Peggy's mother,.
but now sits on the middle top shelf of our china hutch. If the truth
were known, when we got married, I doubt Peggy had enough money
to buy a gift for us. So like she lived, she gave; from the treasury of the
heart. Those are the gifts that count the most, and are remembered
the best. I took the vase out Christmas morning, and thanked my Lord
I had the privilege of knowing Peggy..
She once told me that one iof her favorite hymns was Like a River
Glorious. I have heard it sung only once in over 15 years of regular
church attendance. But I recently revisited this old hymn. Now I know
why she loved it; it describes the way that she lived, and the way.she
died-
Like a river glorious is God's perfect peace, over all victorious in its
bright increase; perfect yet it floweth fuller every day; perfect yet it
growth deeper all the way.
Hidden in the hollow of His blessed hand; never foe can follow, nev-
er traitor stand; not a surge of worry, not a shade of care, not a blast of
hurry, touch the spirit there.
Every joy or trial falleth from above, traced upon our dial, but the
sun of love; we may trust Him fully all for us to do. They who trust Him
wholly find Him wholly true. I
Stayed upon Jehovah, hearts are fully blest, finding as He
promised perfect peace and rest.
We all will miss Peggy, until God gives us our "perfect peace and
rest".


Wewahitchka

Elementary

News...
By Linda Whitfield


"My SRecial Mom"
By Jacob Carr. Kindergarten
My mother is the most won-
derful mom in the whole wide
worldll She weighs about six
pounds and she's about three feet
tall. Her favorite food is chicken,
S and she loves to drink coffee and
tea. In the good old days when
Mom was little she'used to hunt
Easter eggs. Her favorite songs
are Christmas songs. I think
Mom looks funny when she wears
Sa dress. I know she's really angry
when she whips 'me. I wish my
monm would throw the ball with
me every day. I wouldn't trade my
mother "for ANYTHINGI Happy
Mother's Day!
Gold Card Cook-Out on May 10
All students in grades 3-6 will
be treated to a pizza and coke
party on' Tuesday. May 10. If your
child made the honor roll three
times out of five weeks, they will
be invited.
Dates to Know
May 5th-Chapter I workshop
., Grades 1-6.
May 6-Shlpwreck"island ESE trip;:
'kindergarten lake & river trip
around town. ....
May 10-Gold Card Cook-Out
May 11 -First grade trip to St. An-
drew's State park
May 12-Sixth grades to Wakulla;
fifth grades details aren't
ironed out yet; more next week
May 13-Kindergarten trip to the
beach; trackand field, at PSJ
for grades 4, 5, and 6.
May 16-Classroom Teachers As-
sociation Banquet for retiring
teachers
May 17-Second grade play: fourth
grade trip to the Bay County
Library
r May 18-Second grade trip to Gulf'
World
May 20-WHS Graduation at 7
p.m. at gym
May 23-Kindergarten and first
grade awards program
May 24-Awards program for sec-
ond and third grade; sixth
grade graduation 6 p.m.
May 25-fourth and fifth grades
awards program and students'
-last day.
I AT TTnT T Tf'T 1- "


Dentures convention
. While I was cashing my check
at theCredit Union on Thursday
morning prior to our departure
for the convention, cashier Gloria
Wood asked me where I was go-
ing. I told her, 'The teachers' con-
vention." She had this puzzled,
wrinkled, and surprised look on
her face. She finally said, "Miss
Linda, why are you going to the
dentures convention?"
Japan
In spirit, the third grades are
going to Japan this week and
next week. Mrs. Remain and
Mrs. Whitfield's classes are going
to be studying their culture, geog-
raphy, their schools, their way of
life, and their kinds of food. At
the end of- the. unit, they will be
having a tea ceremony complete
with ceremonial tea and a taste of
their cuisine.
Our Retiree Mr. James Rouse ,
James Rouse, Chapter I
teacher at WES, will be retiring at
the end of this school year.. Mr.
Rouse has taught science, PE,
and is now teaching the children
in Chapter .1. Mr. Rouse will be
sadly missed by all teachers and
students at WES. He has been a
very positive influence on educa-
tion.

Card of Thanks
We would like. to express our
heartfelt appreciation to all of our
friends and family who called and
came by to offer their love and
support for the loss of my wife
and companion, loving mother
and grandmother, Juanita Lester.
Words cannot express the
comfort you have given us during
this difficult time. Once again,
thanks .to all of you for every-
thing.
'Billy Lester & Daughter Terri


NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR-
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR BIDS GULF COUNTY.
Sealed bids in duplicate will be received un- Case Number 94-33
til May 16, 1994, 12:00 EDT by the Gulf County IN PROBATE
School Board, Port St. Joe, Florida, at which time IN RE: The Estate of
and place all bids will be publicly opened and read EVIE MAE RICH,
aloud fon Deceased.
BUS SHOP AND MAINTENANCE FACILITY NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD E ADMINISTRATION of the estate of EVIE MAE
The Contractor shall furnish all labor, mate-
rials, and equipment; and shall be responsible for RICH, deceased. File Number 94-33, is pending in
the entire completion of this projecLt do Ithe Circuit Court for Gulf County; Florida, Probate
SPlans, specifications, and contract docu- Division, the address of which is Gulf County
ments may be inspected and procured at the Office Courthouse, 1000 Fifth Street, Port st. Joe, Flori-
of the Architect, State Road 22, Wewahitchka, da. 32456., The names and addresses of the Per-
Florida, by General Contractors, upon a deposit of sonal Representative and his attorney are set forth
$40.00 per set for plans and specifications, of below.
which $20.00 will be refunded to each General I All interested persons are required to file
Contractor, who submits a bid and returns all doc- WITHINTHREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
uments In good condition within 10 days after the THE FIRST PUBLICATIO9 OF THIS NOTICE, (1) All
date of opening of bids. claims against the estate and (2) any objection by
Cashier's check, certified check, or bid bond, an interested person on whom notice was served
for not less than 5% of the amount of bid, must that challenges the validity of the Will, the qualf-
accompany each proposal. Performance, Labor cationsf the Personal Representative, venue or
and Material Bonds, and Workman's Compensa- jurisdiction of the Co MA Aurt.
tion Insurance will be required of the successful ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND OBJEC-
bidder. TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
SRIght is reserved to rejectany and all lropo- BARRED. of the on of this Notice
sales and waive technicalities. DATEof the first publication of this Notice
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of Administration is May 5, 1994.
of thirty (30) days after date set for opening. /s/DAVID M. RICH
MR. WALTER WILDER, SUPERINTENDENT P.O. Box 248
Gulf County School Board Wewahitchka. Florida 32465
Port St. Joe, Florida Personal Representative
CHARLES A. GASKIN, ARA, ARCHIITECT /s/WILLIAM J. RISH
P.O. Box? 7 RISH & GIBSON, P.A.
Wewahitchka, FL 32465 303 4th Street P.O. Box 39
Publish: May 5 and 12, 1994. Prt St. Joe FL32456
Attorney for Personal Representative
IN THIE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH FL Bar No. 0066806
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF TIIE STATE .Publish: May Eand 12, 1994.




United Methodist Church
Corner of .4th St. & Parker Ave.
Highland View
Lynwood R. Wynne, Pastor

Sunday School ...................................................................... ....... 10 a.m .
Morning Worship ..... .............................. ...... 11 a.m.
Evening Worship...........................................................................6 p.m.
TF9/30/93-12/30/93


From the
Principal's Desk

Wewahitchka

High School
By Larry A. Mathes

Well, the girl softballers are still rolling. winning the'District III
Championship 10-7 over Liberty County. Now on to Tallahassee to
tackle the McClay High School team, winners of District IV. If we
are successful, I believe that we will host Jay High School on May 6
in Wewa (but that is subject to change).
Boy's District is Thursday & Friday at Liberty County Highl
School.-no one has a clear edge, but we have a good shot at win-
ning, so if you make it, let's give them our support.
Friday is also the State Class A track meet in Gainesville. Eight
students will represent WHS (five girls, three boys). Donations to
help pay for th'e trip would be greatly appreciated. The financial po-
sition in .athletics is getting grim. Fund raisers will be needed
through the. summer to help keep the teams on the field, on the
road, in the tournaments, etc. It costs a lot of money to pay for a
wide assortment of programs for girls and boys, but the only other
option is to eliminate some of the prograins-and no one wants to
do that. Help when & where you can, and remember,: when you're
asked to pay $3 or even $4 for a ticket, all of that money goes to
paying for these programs.
It's amazing how much a small coinmmunity is able to contrib-
ute-but small means the same people and the same businesses
are carrying the burden of helping the school with financial assis-,
,Ltance. \We deeply appreciate the help we do receive.
The band is prepping (and raising money) for the trip to the
state competition. ROTC has just returned from Washington, D.C.
Encourage your student to get involved in these activities-they
present great opportunities to travel and compete!
The banquet season is upon us-the middle school,Excgllence,
the band, the ROTC, the athletic banquet. All are happening short-
ly.
Please encourage your student to finish strongly Last minute
lapses can.be costly when it comes to grades!



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.Long Avenue Baptist
1601 Long Avenue
DANIEL W. DUNCAN
Pastor


WORSHIP ......... 7:00 p.m,
DAY 7:00 p.m.


Church


BUFORD COX
Minister of Music


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



IAN^ FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

4 CHURCH
S? 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
i\\ SUNDAY WORSHIP............................10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL.................................11a.m .
U S N' *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children

Nursery Available
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor



First United Methodist Church.
111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Morning Church....................9:Q0 a.rnm.CT
Church School ..,-...,,.:........... 10:00 a.m. CT
Nursery Provided

Charles M. Parker, Pastor John Anderson, Music Director
Office Phone: 648-8820 Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am 12 noon CT


am the bread of life: he that comes to
me will neverhunger, and he that believes
on me will never thirst."





Upstairs, First Union Bank Building Monument Ave.
Sunday Morning Bible Study for all ages 9:00am \
Soul Satisfying Worship Service 10:00am
Sunday Afternoon Discipleship Training 5:00pm
Informal Sunday Night Service 6:oopm Wed. Night Prayer Service 6:30pm



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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSIDAY.MAY 5. 1994


PAGE;.B


1977 Travel Queen 30' motor
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options available. $6.900.00. Call
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1984 Ford 3/4 ton wiMdow van.
newv 351 c.l. engine, good 'tires &
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6864. 2tc 4/28


CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and
out-of-state vehicles. Two locations to
t serve you. Mayhann Motor. Port St.
Joe. 229-6584.' Maylhann Used Cars.
Wewahlitchka. 639-58 10.
tifc 5/5





1981 -115 Mercury outboard.
completely rebuilt, stainless' prop.
Joel Martin; 229-.8577. tlc 5/5
STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE.
White City, anytime. 827-2902.


Uc 5/5



LST & FOUN


I


FOUN: Young. male golden 're-
triever on Oversireet Road. Call Gina
648-8911. lp 5/5


1987 Pontiac 6000, p/s. p/b. a/,
c, looks & runs excellent. $3.000.
648-5033. Itc:5/5.;


FO ETGRAESLS GRG AE


Furnished trailer, 5 miles from
Overstreet Bridge on Hwy. 386. Call
.648-5306. tfc 5/5
Unfurnished 14'x52' trailer. nice
& clean. St. Joe Beach. no pets. 2
bdrm.. I ba. 647-5361. Lfc 5/5
Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tap-
per Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable
housing- for the elderly and the
'handicapped.
Cen. h &a. laundry facilities, en-
ergy eficient const.. handicapped
equipped apts.. available. Stoue & re-
" frig. furn.. fully carpeted. I bdnn..
apts.. on-site,-manager.
Equal Opportunity Housing
Complex. Rent is based on income.
This complex is funded by the
Fanners" Home Adirdnistration and
managed by Advisors Realty.
Call 229-6353 for more informa-
Lion.
NO* TAKING APPLICATIONS
tic 5/5
PINE RIDGE APTS., Rents start-
ing at $225.00 per inmo. Affordable
Living for low to middle income fami-
lies. Featuring 1, 2 & 3 bedroom
apts. with cen. l&a. energy saving
appliances, patios & outside storage.
Rental assistance programs available.
'1904) 227-7451. Equal Housing.
tfc 5/5
OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 and leave mes-
sage. tfe 5/5

Warehouses. small and large.
some with office, suitable for small
business. 229-6200. tfc 5/5
No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use rooms
right away. Rent machine. St. Joe
Furniture. 227-1251. thru 12/94


' MOVING SALE: Coucli. table
with 4 chairs. computer desk with-
hutch. queen headboard with frame
and mattress set.. Day 227-3434,
evenings. 227-3496.
Itp 5/5

Yard Sale: Saturday. May 7th.
9:00 1:00. 1005 Garnson Ave. Mis.
cellaneous items. Itp 5/5
Moving Sale: Sat.. May 7. 8 a.m.
EDT. Mexico Beach. corner of 5th St.
& Hwy. 98. Washer & dryer. refrig.. 2
sets twin beds. sola & end tables.
chest. book case. rocker & ottoma-n.
lamps, pair of rattan chairs. pots &
pans. pictures, dishes. gla.sware.
record cabinet. kitchen table. set of 4
chairs, old bicycle, floor lamps. single
'bed. towels, king spread & drapes &
desk. I tc 5/5
Yard Sale: Saturday. May. 7.
south of bridge. Overstreet. Rain or
shine. 9-2. ltp 5/5
Yard Sale: Sat. & Sun.. May 7th
& 8th. 207 Arkansas Dr.. Mexico
Beach. 8th St. to Georgia. left. next
street is Arkansas. Also signs. All
kinds of household items. 19" TV'.
head and footboard for 2 single beds.
also bed frame. 2 girls bicycles, exer-
cise bike & gas grill. Over 250 items
of small hand tools in good shape. 1/
4" drill press w/drill. 3/8" and 1/2'
drill, tool boxes and gas cans all sizes.
Banana trees. rain trees, hydrangea
and house plants. Garden tools. etc.
FMir prices. Rain or shine.
lip 5/5
Inside & Outside Sale every-
thing goes. wall to wall. Nice mer-
chandise. reasonable from 25c to
$300. 506 9th St. 227-3102. Any dine
after 9:00 a.m. I tp 5/5


Garage Sale: Friday and Satutr-
day. Mav'6 & 7. 325 Beacon Rd.. Gulf
- Aire Subdivision. Beginning 8:00 a.m.
.Household and jewelry. 647-3255 if
needed Iip 5/5
Yard Sale: Friday. May 6. 8 a.m.
until. 1901 Long A\e. Lots of goodies.
I tc 5/5
Yard Sale: Saturday. May 7. 9
a.m. unul. 309 DuIal St.. directly be-
hind Oak Grove Assembly of God.
Clothes. books, household items.
uosc. I te 5/5
Nard S:Je: Sat.. May 7th, 8:00 -
until. No earlk sales. Clothes & more.
904 10th St.. PSJ..Rairn Cancels.
IItp 5/5

Yard Sale: Friclda and Saturday.
9 a.m. 1 p.m. 101 7th St.. Highland
View. 3-12 mo. baby clothes. lots of
baby items. Ig. adult clothes, misc.
Nice clean clothes. No e ,rly sales.
Rain cancels., litp 5/5
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J.O.B.S. We haue the following
positions available: Secretary basic
skills construction secretary, strong
personality" needed.. Service man or
woman, no experience. Call for infor-
mation 229-9107. ltp 5/5
Interim Health Care Is hiring
home health aides for shift work In
the Port St. Joe area. Call 904-747-
0080. 2tc 5/5
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
needed. Full or part time. by old es-
tablished real estate finn in Port St.
Joe. Call 227-1450. 3Lc 5/5


"BACK TO BASIC NURSING"
WITH SPECTRUM HOME HEALTH.
INC.
Become a member of one of the
oldest and most Innovative home
health care teams In Northwest Flori-
da. Our PORT ST. JOE OFFICE is
seeking FULL-TIME RN's who wish to
treat a variety of patients and condt-
tions. CEU's provided. Applicants
must be able to cope wilh patients of
all ages and mental outlooks. Full-
time employees receive full benefit
package. Compeutite salaries and
mileage is reimbursed. Contact Daind
Lawson. DOPS. at 1.904-229-8238.
EOE. Itc 5/5
Now taking applications for part-
time housekeeping. Apply in person.
Bay St. Joseph Care Center. 220 9th
St. tfc 5/5
Experienced yard maintenance/
care individual. Self-motivated work-
er. Must have good record. Apply inr
person. Barfield's Lawn & Garden..
2tc 5/5

Babysitter for three year old
child. 1:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.. Monday
- Saturday in beaches area. 648-4319
or 648-5328. ask for Donna.
2tp 4/28
Marie's Corner Bar. H-wy. 71 &'
386 in Wewaliitchka. Bartender. Ap-,
ply in person, tfc 5/5'
Top of the Gulf Restaurant. tak-.
ing applications for part-time. experi-
enced cook. Apply In person. 3tc 4/21
Housekeeping positions open.
part-time and full-time. Day and eve-
ning shifts available. Apply in person
at Apalaclilcula Health Care Center.
150 10th Street. 4tc 4/21 .


,___-,__.__,__,__.____-TRADESandSERICES_

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.Irrigation .2systems-%,,installed. ,
Call for FREE estimates. 227-1606
and leave message. Itp 5/5


SKIP'S LAWN CARE, call 639-
5250 or leave message. 639-3267.
4tp 4/14

All phase cjarpqntry.suspended
39 ceilings. Testder\tit\4: commercial.
639-3028. tfc 4/7



Wauneta's Accounting
& Income Tax

Wauneta Blewer St. Joe Beach
647-5043


C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work, dozer work rool
rake. front-ena loader lot cleaning
septic ranks, drain fields, fill dirl.
Rr 2, Box A1C, Port St. Joe
Phone 229-6018


STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
All Type Electrical Work. .
'24.Hr. Service
LIC. IEh0013168 ,* INSURED
S647-8081.
ALAN STRICKLAND


LAWN MOWING
service now offered by
BARFIELD LAWN
CENTER
229-2727
'a


Call With'A Smile House Clean-
ing & House Sitting, 229-6348.
tfc 4/1


Surfside Serenity Group. 1st
United Methodist Church. 22nd St..
M exico Beach... Monday, ; 7:30; Friday
'.-7:30. All tlmes.ceritral. 6P47-8054.
American Legibn Bingo Thurs-
da night, 7:00 p.m. Cash prizes. Ear-
ly bird 5:00 p.m. Meetings Ist Mon-
day of each month, 8:00 p.m.
tfc4/7

CLAYTON CONCRETE
Sidewalk Patios Driveways
S Call for Free Estimates
904/653-9243
S. Glen Clayton


Phone 227-1782
Cuts, Color, Frosting, Perms
Betty's Beauty Salon
I "A Family Salon"
311 Madison St. Betty Heath
Oak Grove Owner.,Mgr.


STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All Types Roofing
30 years experience
Lie. SRB6030039, RC 0038936
"Where QuahltI Is' Higher
Than Price"
229-8631




Ofie.oatd1/..lfo
C3Ao*ae. Sn iasRa
(904) 227-2063


FOSTER TREE &

LAWN SERVICE *
... No Job Too Big .
.. Or Too Small *i
FREE ESTIMATES *'
Ucensed & Insured 904/639-5368


229-6437 JI

/" "-


Mark Godwin


DESIGN INSTALLATION REPAIRS FREE ESTIMATES
LSatisf action ABSOLUTELY Guaranteed


"-.. MOWING RAKING WEEDING EDGING ETC


C.J.'s Lawn Service
Serving Mexico Beach, St Joe & Port St. Joe.

I Will Work For'You!" ..

Mexico Beach, FL (904) 648-8492 Lic. 45455


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Meeting: Syunday 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 p.m.
Thursday. ,8:00 p.m.
AL-ANON
Sunday.4zQO-p.mr,&/. &'i
,ThTiis... 8,:00 .p.m., ,. ..
All meetings at First Baptist Church
of Port St. Joe. all times eastern
CHILDCAE I will keep kids In
my home. CPR training, fenced In
backyard, age newborn to school age.
Come by 1314 Garrison Ave. between
8a.m.&8p.m. tfc 5/5


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.
Call'229-6435 ,

Good Work Doesn't Cost. It Pavs

ST. JOE
TREE AND
STUMP REMOVAL .-
Brush Chipping, Stump Grinding
& Logging
INSURED
Rt. 2 Box 53 Charles Tipton
Port St. Joe. FL 647-3405


(904) 229-8161
FAYE'S NAIL SALON,~l
TOTAL NAIL CARE ''
Cenrtiied Nail Technician
1905 Long Ave., Port St. Joe .'.>- '
Call for Appt.

JOHN F. LAW
LAWYER 1-265-4794
26 Years of Experience
Worker's Compensation
Occupational Diseases,
Injuries and Accidents.
No charge for first conference.
7229 Deer Haven Road, P.C.

COSTIN'S
Bookkeeping Service
Tax Returns A Specialty
224 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
(904) 229-8581


A Gift Shop for
CHILDREN of all Ages
Books Toys *.etc.
My Very OWn' Bok
528 6th St. Phone 227-1636










St. Joe Rental-All, Inc.
706 First Street
Port St. Joe 227-2112


E, Port St. Joe Lodge No. I I
G Reg. Stated Communication
I' st and 3rd Thursday of each
month, 8:00 p.m.. Masonic Hall.
214 Reid Ave.
Jim Mannon, W.M.
Bill Jordor. Sec.
. -! -- ... .... lhruJ/94


VCR REPAIR CENTER
321 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
Mon. Fri. 10-5, Sat. 9-1
Camcorder Repairs
Free Estimates
Phone (904) 227-3660



Avon

CATHERINE L. COLLIER
Independent Sales Representaiwve
211 Allen Memorial Way Port St. Joe
(904) 229-6460

We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade
Guns

Indian Swamp Campground
Hwvy. C-387. Howard Creek



HANLON HEATING
& COOLING
30 Years Elpernence
SERVICE OF ALL CENTRAL UNITS'
A INSTALLATION .
24 r. Sen, c- Lcenise & Insued
Senig 4A1 of Gulf County
LC. FAOO-1403"79
639-3415



Remodeling
Repairs
New Constructicon



W Weather Tight
T Construction

Licensed & Insured
S: RROQ60.690
Kevin O'Neill, Owner 229-8635



BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers
Weed Eaters '.-
Chbin Saws
Generators

Tillers
Go-Karts
229-2727
328 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe


Pelicans, Dolphins, Sea Horses.
They're all here at
THE ENCHANTED COTTAGE
Other Nautical Items available.
We do special orders...-. .
2 nulis- north ofWcwa on Hwy. 71.
.. .. 439-27 0QS ,,, ,'/g -




COSTIN INSURANCE AGENCY
Inc.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899



We Can Buila Any Trailer of Your Choice
St. Joe Custom Trailers
Ste Manufacture Our Trailers Rnrt
Boat Trailers Farm Implement
.and/or LoBoy Trailers & Repair
Moblle 227-5234 227-3428
2319 W. Hwy. 98, Highland View
Owrer. & Mar ngaa ry RaV N Smith


5x10 10x10 10x20
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT
St. Joe Rent-All
First St. 227-2112

Mini-
Warehouses



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SSt. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
SSmall Engine Repairs
Factory Warranty Center


Lbwnm wers
W'eedeaters
Tillers -
.,Chain saws !
7 Generators

Engine Sales


'706 1st St.-St.
I 227-2112



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Professional Cleaning: Homes.,
Condos, Townhomes, etc. 647-'
3575. 2tc 4/28


BOB'S PAINT &
- d BODY'SHOP-
29 ontinous Years of r
Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks Body
& Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIALITES on Your Bodrl Work
See or Call BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-7229



Southeastern

Landscaping

SPRINKLER SYSTEMS

LANDSCAPING
NURSERY PLANTS

POOL
MAINTENANCE


639-5660
TRIPP BARRIER
Violet Pippin Road
DALKEITH
ifr 4114


. Franklin

Building

Supply
Co.
',From Foundation to Finish
For All Your Building Needs

(904) 227-1199

Fax (904) 229-8470
HC-1 Cessna Drive
Costing Airport

Port St. Joe, FL
32456


Harmon's Heavy Equipment Co.
Specializing In Black Top Soilt
BULL DOZERS BACKHOES LOADERS
TRACTORS DUMP TRUCKS
648-8924 or 648-5767 if no answer

LIC # RF0051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
ER0011618

JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
MINOR ELECTRICAL
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 904/229-6821


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UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrn. house. stove & re.
frig., cen. h&a. screen porch. car-
port & laundry rm. : ,.
* Large 2 bedroom apartment. stoic
& refrig.. washer/dryer hook-up.
* New extra Ig. 3 bdrinn. house. I 1/2
ba.. inside laundry rmn. cli&a. dish-
washer & stove. fully carpeted. No
pets.
FURNISHED
* Small 2 bdrm. home. auto. heat &
air. washer/dryer hook-up.
* One bedroom' apartment. wnsher/
dryer hook-up.
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
ife 5/5





GARAGE SALE: Saturday. May 7.
8 a.m. till. 524. Fourth St. litp 5/5
BIG FLEA MARKET.at the Unit-
ed Methodist Church in Port St.
Joe. Located in 'the fellowship hall.
8:30 a.m. Saturday. May 7th. Rain or
shine. : Itp 5/5
Porch Sale: -201 Mississippi. off
Florid Ave.. between 5th & 6th
Streets. Mexico Beach. Saturday. May
7. 9:00 a.m. noon EST. NO 'EARLY
BIRDS. itp 5/5
YARD SALE: 3 families. Sat.. May
7. 8:00 until. 528 4th St. Corner of
4th & Woodward. Flowers for Moth-
er's Day, collectibles, glassware.
dishes, Jewelry. books. bicycle.
clothes, all sizes, men's and women's.
Itp 5/5
Two Family Garage Sale: May 7.
from 7:30'till 3:00. 2002 Cypress Ave.
,Call 227-1251 and leave message.
Ilip 5/5


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Public Notices


Head Start Teacher: North Flori-
da Head Start Is recruiting teachers
for Head Start Centers in Gulf, Cal-
houn. Liberty. Wakulla, and Madison
Counties. Qualified applicants should
preferably hold a B.S. In Early Child-
hood Education, or Child Develop-
ment, with at least three years experi-
ence teaching young children. Must
possess excellent written and oral
communication skills, record Keeping
S ability, and strong leadership poten-
tial.
Ability to work cooperate .;:ly with
families and community resource per-
sonnel Is essential. Responsibilities
include management of county cen-
ter. Supervision of teaching assistants
and other center staff, and implemen-
tation of a strong parent involvement
program. For information and appli-
cation form, contact: North Florida
Head Start, PO Box 40, Wewahitchka,
Florida 32465 or call (904) 639-5080.
Equal Opportunity Employer. Closing
date: 5/9/94. 3tc 4/21

Assistant Teacher: North Flori-
da -Head Start is recruiting assistant
teachers for Head Start Centers in
Gulf, Calhoun, Liberty, Wakulla, and
Madison Counties. Qualified appli-
cants should hold CDA certification,
have at least two years experience
working with pie-school children, and
hold, or have ability to obtain, Florida
CDL. Must possess excellent written
and oral- communication skills, and
be able to work cooperatively with
staff, parents., and volunteers.
For information and application-
form, contact: North Florida Head
Start. PO Bo< 40,.Wewahitchka. Flori-
da '32465 or call (904) 639-5080.
Equal Opportunity Employer. Closing
date:-5/9/94. 3tc 4/21.

Dietary help wanted; one part
time cook, two dietary aides. Apply in
person at Bay St. Joseph Care Cen-
ter. tfc 5/5

Nursing assistant positions avail-
able. Training for certification provid-
ed. CNA positions also'available. Ap-
ply' in person, Bay St.. Joseph Care
Center. tfe 5/5


White iron bunk bed with mat-.
tresses and built-in ladder, double
bed on bottom, single on top. $500.
30 gal. aquarium with stand and ac-
cessories. $130. 647-8035.
2tp 4/28

Solid oak antique TV cabinet,
wood bunk beds,, cnb complete. '$100
each. 16' Lowe bass boat $3.250.
647-8771. 2tp. 5/5

Baby ducks for sale, mallard, Pe-
king / mallard mixed. 2/$5.00. 528
Third SL, Port St. Joe. 229-8910.
.. .. ,, .. .~... t .: t ,5 /5

Excellent working color TVs. 19"
cable ready Curtis Madtes stereo, re-
mote $125: Sears remote $100; regu-
-lar color '' G$65. Jim, 647-31 16./5
: 2tc5/5

2 love seats. chairs, tables, bed,
dresser, mattress & box springs. 229-
8868. tc5/5

G.E. refrigerator. 15 cu. ft.. runs
good, as is, $100. St. Joe Beach. 647-
3208. ltp 5/51

ANTIQUE DOLLS
Will buy or sell, 'antique or col-
lectible dolls. Call 648-8432. Itc 5/5

.HALL LAWN & WINDOW SER-
VICE, quality work, very reasonable
prices, Gary Hall. 227-7350.
2tp 5/5

Above ground swiMnmming pool,
18'x4' including accessories, $700 or
take up low monthly payments to
Sears, balance is $762.32. Sears air
conditioner, 5,000 btu; $150; 8,000
btu, $180. ARC welding machine,
$180, 30-200 amp. 38" riding tractor,
$700. Call 227-;1364. ltc 5/5

Sears Craftsman riding mower
sale. Come get your sale booklet. Free
set-up and delivery, 15 miles. Free
freight, free rain gauge with mower
purchase. WESTERN AUTO, 227-
1105. Use yours Western Auto,
Sears, Disco\er. Master Card or \ilSA
tfe 5/5

Cast nets made to 'order and re-
paired. Call 647-5491. 3tp 4/28

-30 gal. hexagon fish aquarium
with wooden stand, all supplies, just
add fish, $200. 227-7125, leave mes-
sage. 2tc 4/28

1978 14'x66' mobile home. 2
bdrm., 2 ba., cen. h&a, appliances,
excel. cond. 639-2124. 2tc 4/28

Mushroom compost, $14.00 per
yard plus. You pick up. 648-5165.
2tp 4/28

Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfc 5/5


THE ENCHANTED COTTAGE
can dress your yard
up for summer.
Unique concrete fountains &
Lawn ornaments. Must see to-
dayl Hwy. 71, 2 miles north of
Wewa. 639-2708 4tc4/28


Craftsman tools and Die Hard
batteries are available now at West-
ern Auto Store. 219 Reid Ave. 227-
1105. tfc 5/5

BAHAMA CRUISE 5 days/ 4
nights. Underbooked! Must sell!
$279/couple. Limited tickets. (407)
767-8100 ext. 2269, Monday. Sat. 9
a.m. 1 p.m. 4tp 4/14


GOLD, GOLD, GOLD. Sell us
your scrap gold. St. Joe Pawn, 212
Williams Ave., Port St. Joe.
tfc 5/5

Port St. Joe Western Auto now
honoring entire Panama City West-
ern Auto company store advertised
sale prices. 227-1105, 219 Reid
Ave. tfe 5/5

35 ft. fifth-wheel Travel Trailer.
Loaded, good cond.. needs minor re-
pairs, elec./gas water auto furnace,
water pump, 2-way rcfrig., large,
roomy, easy to handle. Will also sell
tow-vehicle with trailer if desired.
Both units 1986 models. Phone 227-
3569 for.appt. tfc 5/5

Old brick, clean two, get 1 free.
Call George, 229-8398. tfc 5/5

Electrolux and all other vacu-
ums, repairs and sales, bags, any-
thing for arn'y va'ctinm .,rd any central'
b.ll- in \aic Call:.a-i) Vacuum &
Sewing Machines, Tyndall Parkway,.
near. Hwy,. 22, Panama City. FL
32404. 763-7443 or '1-800-717-7253.
pd.. thru 9/1/94

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 Panama City! Western Auto
Co. store adverticld lire sale prices
Computerized WHEEL ALIGNMENT F.
Sears Card nbw at Port St. Joe West-
ern Auto. Discover TOO! 227-1105.
tfe 5/5

FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
Postage and envelope supplied.
Send request to Bible Study, P. 0.
Box 758, Port St.' Joe, FL 32456.
Stfc 5/5


PUBLIC NOTICE
We are not responsible for any debts
Incurred by. anyone other than our-
selves.
Charlie & Inky Parker
Ralph & Catley Hobbs


St. Jude's Novena. May the Sacred'
Heart of Jesus be adored, loved,
praised & glorified. throughout the
world now & forever. Sacred heart of
Jesus. pray for; St. Jude. worker of
miracles, pray for us. St. Jude. help
of the hopeless. pray for us. Say this
prayer 9 times a day & by the 8th day
you prayer will be answered. It has
never been known to fail. Promise to
Publish. DRR. 2tp 4/28

St. Jude's Novena. May the Sacred
Heart of Jesus' be. adored, loved,
praised & glorified. throughout' the
world now & forever. Sacred heart of
Jesus, pray for; St. Jude. worker of
miracles pray for us. St. Jude,.help
of the hopeless, pray for us. Say this
prayer 9 times a day & by the 8th day
you prayer will be answered. It has
never been known to fall. Promise to,
publish. CCF, : tp 5/5







NEIGHBORS DESPERATEII
Owner moied and neighbors,
looking for a home for a half chow/
half lab, 1 yr. old black male dog. Lots
of spunk, sweet disposition. Call
647-3497 after 6:00. 2tc 5/5

SUNSHINE OBEDIENCE CLINIC
s a walk a chore rathdier than fun? Let
your dog be a Joy to have around.
Registration on May 24th. Shots re-
quired. Call 648-5693 after 3 p.m.
EDT for further information.
4tc 5/5

FREE kittens, to good home.
Some bobtails, some' Siaunese cblor.-
64.7-5092. 2tc 5/5

HAPPY JACK MANGE LOTION:
promotes healing and hair growth to
any mange, hot spot, or fungus on
dogs & horses without steroids! Avail-
able O-T-C BARFIELD'S LAWN &
: GARDEN 229-2727. 1 Otc 3/10

Tired of discount store dry dog
foods? Ask BARFIELD LAWN & GAR-
DEN 229-2727 about HAPPY JACK
PRO-BRED MEAT RATION. SOY
FREE,. Less Kennel cleanup. Con-
tains NO BHT' or Ethoxyquin.
12tc 3/10

What's So Different About the
Happy Jack 3-X Flea Collar? It
works!ll Contains NO synthetic py-
rethroids. For, dogs & cats! Barfleld's
Lawn & Garden, 229-2727.
12tc.2/17


Luxurious 2 bedroom brick
ranch home in desirable Port St. Joe
neighborhood.- Two car garage, Ig.
master bedroom with spacious walk-,
in closet, 2 baths, great room, formal
dining room, indoor laundry nnri.,
glassed in porch, satellite TV, Ig.
swimming pool. For sale 'by owner.
Shown by appointment only. 229-
8276. 2tp 5/5

1993 Doublewide Home of Merit
on tree shade 1/2 acre fenced lot in
Howard Creek. 2 BR, 2' ba., ceiling
fans. 12'x12' porch, 12'x20' carpeted
& wired aluminum storage, covered
boat shed, 3 1/2 years factory war-
ranty, cen. h&a. $38,500. 904-827-
2857. 2tp 5/5


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT., FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
Case No. 94-22
OWEN S. TRAPPED, JR. and wife.
CAROLELLA D. TRAPPE.
Plaintiffs.
vs.
MARSHALL H. HAAS, STEVE SIRANG, and TARA-
NEH AMIRKALAIU,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: MarshallH. Ha as
Whose last known address Is:
2865 Lennox Road. Apt. 109
Atlanta, GA 30328
c/o Morris W. Macey
Attorney at Law
133 Carnegie Way.. N.W.
Suite 700
Atlanta, GA 30303
Steven Srang.
Whose last known address is:
5 Concourse Parkway
32nd Floor
Atlanta, GA 30328
,c/o James Morton
Attorney at Law
Boudurant, Mixon & Elmore
3900 One Atlantic Center
1201 W. Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309
Taraneh Amirkalall '
Whose last known address is:
5 Concourse Parkway
32nd Floor
Atlanta,.GA 30328
c/o James Morton
Attorney al Law
BouduranL. Mlon & Einulre
3900 Orne Atlarntic Center
1201 W. Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309
AND ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the following property
In Gulf County, Florida., to-witi
Begin at the Northwest Comer of Gov-
ernment Lot 4, Section 36, Township
8 South, Range 12 West. Gulf County.
Florida; thence N 00'14'43"E along the
East line df Government Lot 2, said
Sect on 36 for 300.00 feet; thence N
8-94517W for 1017 feet. more or
less, to the Gulf of Mexico; thence
Southeasterly along the edge of said
Gulf for 306 feet, more or less, to a
point on a line that bears N ,
89*45'17'Wiom the Point of.Begin-
nihg: thence'S 89'45'17"E for 955 feet,
more or less, to the Point of Begin-
ning.
has been filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer to the Complaint on
Plamitfsr atrnmey.
Stan Trappe
Attorney at Law
PO0 Box 2526
Panama City. FL 32402
and file the onginal answer or pleading in the of-
fice of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 16th day of May. 1994. If ,ou fall to do, so,
judgment by default will be taken against you for
the relief derrmarded in the Cur-,plintlr
This nulice shall be publti'ed once each
'eek for four consecutne ,ee-ks in The Star, a
newspaper printed in Port St. Joe., l'[nda.
WITNESS my hand and tue seal of this'
Court In Port St. Joe, Gulf County. Florida, this


Homesite ready for new home. -5
acres; electric hook-up, septic,
12'x18' workshop, 2 miles. N. Dead
Lakes, Wewa. 647-3581. 4tp 4/28


St. Joe Beach. 5424 Amencus. 2
bdrm.. 2 ba., cen. heat and air. car-,
port, deck, fenced yard. 647-5369.
tfc 5/5

1991 28'x70' mobile home on
comer lot on St. Joe Beach. 3 bdrm. 2
ba. and.newly bult shed In fenced in
backyard. Many extras. Must see to
appreciate. $58,000 obo. 6-47-8035.
.,; ". .tp 4/14 .

S2 bedroom, 1 bath house ona. /2' 1''
acre lot, 7 miles north of Overstreet.
Call 648-8433. tfc 5/5

1/2 acre lot with septic tank,,
$9.500. O\erstreet Road. Ov.,ner fi-
nancing. 227-2020. ask for Billy.
tfc 5/5

LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery
Road, I mile off Overstreet Road, 9
miles south of Wewa. Owner'financ-
ing. Call 229-6961. tfc 5/5








:Do.you need a resume? Book re-
port, business letter typed? I can help
24 hour service. 229-9107.
4tc 4/24

Roommate, 1/2 rent and 1/2
unlltles. 42nd St., Mexico Beach.
648-4319, or 648-5328, ask for Don-.,
na. 2tp 4/28

CRAFTERS WANTED FOR CO-
OPI If you're read to start making
money from your unique crafts please
call Carol at 229-6924. 4tp 4/21


7th day of April, 1994.
BENNY C. LISTER, Clerk
CIRCUIT COURT
by: TONYA KNOX, Deputy Clerk
Publish: April 14, 21, 28, and May 5, 1994.

INTHE CIRCUIT COURT., FOURTEENTHl
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
Case Number 94-32
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
ONITA J. LINTON,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISI'RATION,
THE ADMINISTRATION of the estate of ONITA J.
LINTON. deceased. File Number 94-32. is pending
in the Circuit Court for Gulf County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which is Gulf County
Courthouse, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, Flori-
da, 32456. The name and address of the Co-
Personal Representatives and their attorney are
set forth below.
All interested persons are required to file
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, (1) All
claims against the estate and (2) any objection by
an interested person on whom notice was served
that challenges the validity of the Will, the qualifi-
cations of the Personal Representative, venue or
Jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BAI'RED.
DATE of the first publication of this Notice of
Administration is April 28, 1994.
WILLIAM LINTON, JR.
P.O. Box 1491
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
Co-Personal Representative
TERRY LIII'ON
P.O. Box 803
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
Co-Personal Representative
WILLIAM J. RISIH
RISH &GIBSON, P.A.
303 4th Street P.O. Box 39
Port St. Joe, .FL 32456
(904)229-8211
Attorney for Co'Personal Representatives:
I'L L'. r i',.o *.,.uf,':
Publish: April 28. May 5, 1994.

LEGAL NOTICE
The Florida Panhandle Private ,Industry
Council is issuing a Request for Proposal for the
Title III, Economic Dislocated Worker Adjustment
Assistance Act (EDWAA) in accordance with the
provisions of the Job Training Partnership Act. as
amended in 1992. -
For more information and a copy of the pro-
posal, call (904) 769-3321. Minority businesses
are encouraged to apply.
Publish: May 5, 1994.. '


NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT ORDINANCE
The Gulf County Boa-J ofr Curnt, Corrmis-,
sioners proposes to adopt ar, ordu,Lrice eatablil,
Inga licensing program to r,: ulei. ..ne .toars in
Gulf County, Florida as required by Florida law
onich will irnlde the .e cre.a t n o.1' the Gulfl Cuodr,
Cur Ltru:tl..r, -r.Jdu L., LL.r-:,n1 in ir iad prc..&nh
uir i he r,:i a'i l:-r.t ir ,A.jd .\aTim i..nrl G. conrj C-
tors the title .li ,aiJ Ordinancr betrin as fI'ollow
AN OlaDiJA.NCE SECilNC LiP A LiCENS
ING PROGRAM TOI RECULATE CONTRACT.
TORS IN GULF COUNCi. r'.:,DiFNC rOR
DEFINITIONS Of V.AfIOuS Ki.tND Oor
CONTRACTORS FRECISTIitl ION BOARD.
AND RELATED DEFINITIONS; CREATING
'IrE CuLr COurNi' CONSRTRUCTION IN-
Du;ij f" LICENSINC l BC.ROD. PROVIDING
THAT THE MEMBERS OF SAID LICENS-
ING BOARD SHALL BE THE SAME AS
THOSE OF THE CONSTRUCTION BOARD
OF ADJUSTMENT AND APPEALS OF
GULF COUNTY AS AUTHORIZED.BY THE
STANDARD BUILDING CODE, AND PRO-
VIDING FORTHE POWERS, DUTIES, AND
RESPONSIBILITIES OF SAID BOARD;
pfE5CIrd'dirC QUALIfICATiONS AND
MAI-NC PROViSiON]S, fOR "iIE REGIS-
TilrftION AND E.LAMI.INAIHON Of CON-
S RICiOR5. PRO'.1DiLC FOR ilnE RE
NE tvAL Tj I LiUOF AtSD MAI ING C ERTAiN
E.XCEPiIONS AND E.XCI..li'lhONtS Fr-OM
S& ,0 'iCO],iljN-. PROV'1DLNG FOR i11E
PA'i.EJT AND COLLEC TiON OF FEES IN
CONNECTION THEREWTrH AND MAKING
PROVISION FOR THIE USE AND DISPOSI-
1|-,N iiEREOr. r lt.'lJiC CEir ,.il ACTS
UiNLV. I' L uAN O PIRi. C RIBINC FOR SE\ -
ERABILIY, IlHLc AL. OF CONFLICTING
ORDINANCES. AND LrfECI %\. E DATE.
Ni. is bhTre'L-, i.-r, .:.f i. Inte:rl to adopt
this c.,di-..rnce a rrmeeunrg .' u-e Culf CCounty''
Comriiiiur.n al t L-i. C unoi', C iorr,iu's.r, Meeting
Room ,f LI-, Cull. Counr C-,U|-,-tousc complex.
1000 Fifth Street. Port St. Joe, Florida, on May 24,
1994, at 6:00 p.m L.Lii-n 'I in] and to have a
.first reading and didi.i u 1ri U' t.e ordinance at its
regular meeting on May 10, 1994 beginning .at
6:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
r'Ji irereL.-;d parries are invited to present
Jirir u .m'ri- tl thi.L puIblic hearing at the time
and place set out above.
Warren'J. Yeager, Jr.
u&arid f rcuri-, Cu.missioners
G uli'Co.ar,i. rFloniJa
Benny Lister
Clerk of Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
Publish: May5 and 12. 1994.

PUBLIC NOTICE
U.S. Eairoomenttl Prolection Agency
Region Vn
Water Management Division
Water Permits and
Enforcement Brsanch
345 Courtland Street, N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30365
(404 ) 347-3004
Public Notice 1o. 94FL0049 Date: 4/28/94
NOTICE OF PROPOSED REISSUANCE OF A
NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE
ELIMINATION SYSTEM PERMIT
The U.S. Environmental Protdction Agency
(EPA) intends to reissue a national Pollutant Dis-
charge Elimination System (NPDES) permit to City
of Port St. Joe. P.O. Box 278. Port St. Joe, Florida.
32456, for the City of Port St. Joe Industrial
Wastewater Treatment Plant, located at Kenny's
Mill Road, (State Road 382), Gulf County, Port St.
Joe, Florida, 32456. NPDES No. FL0020206. This
publicly-owned wastewater treatment plant (SIC
Code 4952) discharges treated industrial and do-
mestic wastewater to St. Joseph Bay via Gulf
County Canal. The receiving waters are designated
as Class Ill waters-suitable for recreation, propa-


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gation and maintenance of a healthy,. well-
balanced population of fish and wildlife.
The proposed NPDES permit contains specif-
ic discharge conditions and/or limitations On the
amounts of pollutants allowed to be discharged
and was drafted in accordance with the provisions
of the Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. Section 1251 et
seq.) and other lawful standards and regulations.
Conditions have also being included'to regulate
the land application of the sludge generated by the
facility in accordance to 40 CFR Part 503. The pol-
lutant limitations and other permit conditions are
tentative and open to comment from the public.
Persons wishing to comment upon or object
to any aspects of the permit issuance or wishing to
request a public hearing, are invited to submit the
Same in writing within thirty (30) days of this no-
tice to the Office of Public Affairs, Environmental
Protection Agency, 345 Courtland Street, N.E., At-
lanta, Georgia 30365, ATTENTION: Ms. Lena
Scott, Public Notice Coordinator. Pursuant to 40
CFR 124.13. any person who believes that any per-
mit condition is inappropriate must raise all rea-
sonably ascertainable issues and submit all rea-
sonably available arguments in full, supporting
his/her position, by the close of the comment peri-
od. The public notice number and NPDES number
should be included in the first page of comments.
All comments received within the 30-day pe-
riod will be considered in the formulation of a final
determination regarding the permit issuance. Also,
within the 30-day period,' any interested person
may request a public hearing. Where there is a sig-
nificant degree of public interest in a proposed per-
mit issuance, the EPA Regional Administrator will
schedule and hold a public-hearing which would
be formally.announced In accordance with 40 CFR
124.10 and 124.12.
-After consideration of all written comments
and the requirements and policies in the Act and
appropriate regulations, the EPA Regional Admin-
istrator will make a determination regarding the
permit Issuance. If the determination is. substan-
tially unchanged from .hJ'at arjr.uned b% d-iL rn
twice, the EPA Regional \AdmJnririx,3'.: ll sa r,'.iir'
all persons submitting nnten ,:wm'menr, I1' ,ithe
determination Is substantially changed, the EPA
Regional Administrator will issue public notice
Indicating the revised determination. Requests) for


Minutes

Gulf County

Commission


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
MARCH 30. 1994
SPECIAL MEETING

The Gulf Cou)t; Bard of CUhiN, Cmm. rrn met.
Mar-ch 30. 1194 i1 sped.lal ess., wit. the f.llow-
h.,g mermber- present Ch,. ilm,..t ;V'ricet J Yeager,
Jri and Comn,m- Je-sse \. Armstru.ig, Nath.ian Pe-
ter, Jr. Comm. Bill) E Trayl.r and tMichel L.,
Hammond were absent.
SOthers present were: Clerk Benny C. Lister,
Chief Deputy Clerk Doug Birmingham, Deputy
Clerk Debbe Wibberg. Administrator R. Larry
Wells. Plaiiinw and Buildihng Director Don'Bitler,
Building I,.Lpector Richard Combs and Sheriff Al-
Trhe ricuiu,g was called to order at 5:05 p.m.,
E.S.T.
Admin. R. Larry Wells opened the meeting
with prayer and Chairman Warren J. Yeager, Jr.
le.d the Pledgie of Alleg.a.nce to the Flag.
GULF COUNTY PLANNING AND DEVELOP-
MENT REVIEW BOARD
Upon motion by Comm. Peters, second by
Comm. Armstrong, and unanimous vote, the
Board approved the i.:.liown.g lecrmmci,,:duc,,
from the Gulf County liani,iiig :udJ Deteloprnejt
Review-Board:
Any developer who would option not to build
r. ,wdwn%. withiLin the new sut.bdi,.toll as per Gulf
Colir%' SubLdi.'i-lon Orlditnaie. cio.Il. do ) ,:, If 5
discl.l:.ue wa mrnade on each u,dtildu.J deed t.",
the loits within the subdmsionii that Gulf Co,,rity
would inot accept ownership of the roadways uni'
S all aspects of the reioa,.oys met the rinuriolinl
S l l.li.Jd tf:.r ru..ad a s per co.i-r, oldhiai.tCe .hiJd
poll-,.
DEMOCRATIC PARTY- LETTER
Comm. Peters dircised a letrei- fi.m the Cilf
Co(:unt) Dern..:ratic ExeiuUe C .rmnriree rege-'l
trig the Cuilf COuiil Derrmcr.Uc \.,:.ni s Clhib He
sULteJ dat d-Lis graouip h lot beelln nWlhcieei ty
the Gulf County Democratic Executive Commit.tee.
Comm. Peters motioned to restrict'any use of the
C.,-at.y Buildings for meeu,.g purposes of the Cillf
County Democrattc W\\orrai s Cllib Cornn, A.trm-
Sstrong se.oided the mouo,, and the motion.
passed unanimoTusly. ,
OLD" GULF COURTHOUSE- EMERGENCY
BIDS FOR LOAN
Pursuant to a request.to receive emergency
bids" for a $40,000.00 loan for the eeiu.ua., ol
the second story of the Old Gulf Count, Coutrt-
house, the Board recel'ed the h...ll.winig Li.-- First
Union 5%; We.-i Stlte Bank l 7 i -. Ciizen Fed-
eral 5.74% .
The Board tabled these bids for further review
and recommendation by Planning and Building DI-
rector Don Butler.
BUDGET AMENDMENT
Upon motlol) by Comm. Peters, second by

(SeelVINUTES Page 7)


an evidentiary hearing may be filed after the Re-
gional Administrator makes the above-described
determination. No Issues shall be raised by any
party that were not submitted to the administra-
tive record as part of the preparation of and com-
ment on the draft permit, unless good cause is
shown for the failure to submit them In accor-
dance with 40 CFR 124.76. Additional information
regarding an evidentiary hearing is available In 40
CFR Part 124, Subpart E, or by contacting the Of-
fice of Regional Counsel at the address above or at
(404) 347-2309.
The administrative record, including applica-
tion, fact sheet or statement of basis, draft permit,
a sketch showing the exact location of the dis-
charge(s), comments received, and additional infor-
mation on hearing procedures is available at cost
by writing the EPA address above, or for review
and copying at 345 Courtland Street. N.E.. Atlan-
ta. Georgia, between the hours of 8:15 a.m. and
4:30 p.m.. Monday through Friday. Copies will be
provided at a minimal cost per page.
Please bring the foregoing to the attention of
persons whom you know will be interested in this
matter. If you would like to be added to our public
notice mailing list, submit your name and a mail-
ing address to the Office of Public Affairs at EPA's
address given above.
Publish: May 5, 1994.


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
PAYSI Call 227-1278 to place
yours. $3.50 for first 'insertion.
$2.00 a week for consecutive runs,
plus 5 per word for all over 20.


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PROPERTIES
An Indepernertily Owned and Operated Mem-
er 0(ColC well B an r Residential Arilihales. Inc.
Expect the best.

ST. JOE CHARM: Corner lot, beauti-
ful land-capmng, brick, 4 br or 3 br
with a don, 2 ba., 1400 sq. ft., lots of
storage, large screened in porch, all
kitchen appliances. This one won't last
long.,
ST. JOE STARTER O'ME: Just re-
duced, 3 br, 1 ba. large comer lot, all
kitchen appliances, stor. shed, new
roof, vinyl siding, some furnishings
included, great value for the money,
$43,900.
WATERFRONT ON THE CHIPOLA:
2 acres, 200' on the riter, 3 br, 2 ba.,
3200 sq. ft. main house w/stone fire-
place & Ig. screened in porch, 1 br cot-'
tage, 2 br mobile home, floating dock,
fish house, within Wewa city limits,
owner will.finance! $199,000.
CAPE SAN BLAS ON ST. JOE BAY:
100' on the, Bay, 600 ft. deep; beautiful
lots. Priced to sell at $45,000 each, only
5 left.
GULF VIEW EXECUTIVE HOME: 3
br, 2' ba, approx. 3000 sq. ft., garden
,landscaping. gourmet kitchen, patios,
'decks. located in Gull County's mo-t
desirable neighbor hood 11 "5,000.
GULF FRONT/GULF VIEW TOWN
HOMES: Cape San Blas, 2 or 3 bed-
room units, completely furnished,
pool, tennis courts, fantastic views.
Priced between $110,000 and $179,000.
Some units owner financing with 10%
down. "
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MIKE BRADY, R'.idtio

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Minutes

From Page 6
Comm. Armstrong. and unanimous vote. mi
Board approved the following budget amendments.
S Line Item Budget Amendments
BCC-LIfe and Health Insurance- decrease
$9,000.00: BCC-Insurance-Workman's Comp.- de-
crease $10,000.00; BCC-Ins.: Courthouse, Bonds
Ambullunce. Usab.- decrease $17.000.00: Reserve
for Contingencies- decrease $44,000.00: State
Prison-Land- increase $80,000; Parks & Recrea-
tion-Improv. Other than Bldgs.- decrease
$389.00; Law Enforcement-Equipment- Increase
$389.00
RESOLUTION 94-06- AMENDING BUDGET
FOR UNANTICIPATED REVENUE
Upon motion by Comm. Peters, second by
Comm. Armstrong, and unanimous vote, the
Board approved the following resolution.
Copy of Resolution 94-06 Is on file at the Gull
County Courthouse.
DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTING TRAILER
SITE-RENEWAL OF CONTRACT
Upon motion by Comm. Peters, second'by
Comm. Armstrong and unanimous vote, the Board
approved renewing the contract with the State ol
Floridit, Divisiona of Drfver's License, for the site ol
the Driver's License testing trailer oan the Gulf
County Courthouse property from April 12. 1994
through April 11, 1995.
SHIP PROGRAM
Comm. Peters motion to approve final pay-
ment of the rehabilitation grant for Mrs. Gertrude
Farmer,, contingent upon approval by SHIP Pro-
gram Administrator Julian Webb and Associates.
Comm. Armstrong seconded the motion and the
motion passed unanimously.
ADVERTISE- NOTICE OF INTENT- AMEND
ORDINANCE 94-01
Upon motion by Comm. Peters. second by
Comm. Armstrong. and unanimous vote, the
Board approved to advertise a notice of Intent to
amend Ordhinance 94-01.
INVOICE- FISHER'S CONSTRUCTION ,
Upon motion by Comm. Peters, second by
Comm. Armstrong and unalifmous vote, the Board
approved a pay request from Fisher's Construction
In the amount of $45,870.00 for the Old Gulf
County Courthoutse Restoratitn.
EMERGENCY BIDS FOR LOAN- OLD GULF
COUNTY COURTHOUSE
Upon recommendation by Planning and Build-
Y ing Director Butler, Comm. Peters motioned to ac-
cept the low bid from First Union at 5.5% Interest
for a loan In the amount of 40,000.00 for the reno-
vation of the second-story of the Old Gulf County
Courthouse. contingent upon the County Attor-
ney's review. Comm. Armstrong seconded the mo-
tion and the motion passed 3 0.
SHERIFF
Sheriff Harrison discussed the maintenance of
his vehicles by the Gulf County Road Department
and stated that he did not wish to make any
changes. He discussed the many benefits that this
provided to his department.
There being no further business and upon mo-
tion by Comm. Peters; second by Comm. Arm-
strong, and unanimous vote; the meeting did then
adjourn at 5:42 p.m.. EiS.T. .
WARREN J. YEAGER, JR
CHAIRMAN )m
/S/ BENNY C. LISTER

APRIL 4, 1994
SPECIAL MEETING
The G.lfCouity Board c.-fC'lC nr. Crirnnis met,
April 4. 1994 in special session: at. h l-,e fol.-.wing
members presentL Chairmarn A'arrein J teaer. Jr.
mad Comms Bill) E Traylor and Mi.:hael Hart-
mond. Commns. Jessie V. Armstrong and Nathan
Peters, Jr. were absent.
Others present were: County Attorney J. Pat-
rick'Floyd, Clerk Benny C. Lister, Chief Deputy-
Clerk Doug Birmingham Deport Clerk Deble \Witb-
berg Admiritrotcr R. Lan;% Hells. Buildiig 1i1-
specici Rdchaird Crn-,ts amd Si-herilTAl Harm-.:,,,
Tle ineetn,,g ,,a called t, ,,rdelr ar 12 0 I pt, ,
p.m., E.D.T..
Admin. R. Larry Wells opened the meeong
with prayer and Chairman Warren- J. Ye.g'e-, Ji
led the Pledge ,oi Allieirace L the Flag
OLD GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE- ELEVA-.
TOR BIDS
Upon recmn-rmeidatuai b, Plan.rmrig and BilI.J
'mni Dnieccor Butlder. Cnommr Ti-malr ir-u.tine-d :to ac-
cept t-he emergency bid irom No.'.-ial Ele. hir in
tLhe arioni,'ar ol S15.900700 or.,r ai elete-.or I'or Lie
Old Gulf County Courthouse. Comm. Hamnmond
seconded the m,:.u:.i and the r,:.-,t.l. p r.s-ed 3 0.
OLD GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE- LOAN,
FOR RENOVATION OF SECOND STORY
Upnli re.: .mrrmer,daTdr.n., ) ~ *:,a o-. Attorney
Fl'.:,d. Co--nm Ti l,:n-r m:.-uo..ed ix .accel.t the low-
est respc.iLiiie Ul I'fronm Cltuze.i Federal Savings
Ba.k at 5 74 4. for 131 three yea- min the amount of
$10.000 00 c, O c, -mplete the ei-.,. tiUon of the see-'
ond story of,the Old Gulf County Courthoinse.
Comm. Hammond seconded the motion and Athe
motion pase.i 3, 0 Ch j-mrr-,u 'erger me.'ues-e,
thit the C k'i k filce c.r,iAd itizen. FederaI S.-
lngs Ba],L L .
OLD GULF COUNT COURTHOUSE- A/C
UNIT FOR SECOND STORY
Upon motloio by Comm. Trayloir,- second by
Comm. H-ammr:.,d. aird LuJniiTrr.it s 1ae the
Board appr:.JedI t-atl P| IAulI|lhg ar.1l Buildin&g DirecI
tor Butler and- BuldjinJhg hipecur.r C:.mb_ be al-
Idwed-to accept. "emer-gerct3 bids I.r an .,r c.rdu- '
tilnhig tlnlt tar the -ec-i.J -i .str 01" thie Old G,.,I1
Coi.-.ily Cc.urth.:.u- ..e
SHIP PROGRAM- ADMINISTRATIVE, SER-
VICES -
Upon m.:id,-:.T h, C.:.mm Hirm-,.:,-nd :ec,:.d bt \
Commt. Tra.,lr:. id i,.iiia m-.:.'ns .re. the Board
approved th6:t -. mLlli m-S mri..ge the di.JTnalrra-t
tlive services l':.r te SHIP Prgiram :rr, i-, te 1 3i 4 9ai
year. .
There beung i.:. f.ither business, and upon by
Comm r -r )l,:,r. sec.'md by Comm. Hammond, and
JOlmnirr.,- tue, l.imhe meeting diJ r-hei adj-.:in at
12:10 p.m., E.D.T.
WARREN J. YEAGER, JR.
CHAIRMAN
,/S/BENNY C.LISTER
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
APRIL 12. 1994
REGULAR MEETING
The Guilf County.Board of County Commis-
sioners met'April 12, 1994 In regular session with
the If..llu-lwn rrmerbers presej.L Chaurr.r-T T uar ,i
J 'euer l -J il Comtrrissiloaer-s Je-ije .. A mr
srlo.l g and Natlian] Peiei- Jr C:.rinnlssi-ionerle Bll..
'e -


000i1-O5OR -
1 R-0002000
PITTS GARY DAVID
S 7 T 6 R 8 80 X 200 FT. O
BROTHERS RIVER ORB 99/:232
STOCKMAN


S51.66


FR


0001.3-O00R
2 F -"'t *3 $42.78
BROGDON Ptr-i..f.GJtfP IT '
S 7 T 6 R.8 1 ACRE BEG,. AT A
PT, ON THE E SIDE OF WILLIS
LD.RD, WHERE SAID RD. CROSSES
1/2 SECT.LINE FOR POEB).E 70
(FR FURTHER-LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00015-000R
3 'R-0003400 S233,73
BROGDON MARGUERITE
5 7 T 6 R 8 18 ACRES ORB .
83/814 FR. MARGARETE LANDE
LYING IIN THE NE COR. OF ME1/4
OF SEI/4L ORB 104/385 FR ELLIS
DOYLE BRODGON-SR.

00121-001iR
4L R-i015700 S42.78
SALGUEIRO DEBORAH L,
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) A 60 X 130 FT
LOT ORB 74/1110
1MAP #ii56A

00131-006M ::
5 P-OOlS0.1 4'7.41I
GASKIN PHILLIP RUDY. JR.
S 6 T 6 R 9 640 ACRES 1/4
TNT. OGM-ALL SECTION

00187-000R
6 R-002"'i $360.12
GORMAN W. In4F ,OI
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
* SUBD.(UNRECORDED) PART OF LOT
4 BEING 90 BY 110 FT. ORB
77/469
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


E. 'Iaylor and Michael L. Hammond were absen L
Others present were: County Attorney J. Pat-
rick Floyd, Clerk Benny C. Lister, Chief .Deputy
Clerk Doug Birmingham, Deputy Clerk Debbe WIb-
berg, Administrator R. Larry Wells. Planning and
Building Director Don Butler. Building Inspector
Richard Combs. Veteran Services Officer Bo Wil-
ilamns, Solid Waste Director Joe Danford. Public
Works Superintendent Bob Lester, Maintenance
Supervisor Joe Bearden. and Chief Deputy Sheriff
Jack Davila.
The meeting was called to order at 6:01 p.m.,
e ED.T.
e Administrator R.I Larry Wells opened the meet-
i g with prayer and Chairman Warren J. Yeager.
Jr. led the Pledge of Allegianmce to the Flag.
RECEIVE BIDS (#9394-13)- FIRE TRUCK
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
r bids for a fire truck for the South Gulf Counmty Fire
Department, the Board received the following bids:
Panama Fire Apparatus- $45.000.00; Associates
S Commercial- $45.000:00- lease/purchase
The Board tabled these bids for review and
f recommendation by members of the South Gulf
County Fire Department.
RECEIVE BIDS (#9394-14)- FINANCING OF
S FIRE TRUCK
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
bids for financing of a fire truck for the South Gulf
County Fire Department, the Board received the
f following bids: Wewa State Bank- 7.5%; Citizens
f Federal Savings- 6.23%; Municipal Services
Group- 6.97%; Associates Commercial- 5.89%
The Board tabled these bids for review and
recommendation by County Attorney J. Patrick
Floyd. N -
CONSENT AGENDA
Commissioner Hammond motioned to approve
the consent agenda with the following Items
amended and/or deleted: 1. Quarterly payment to
HRS reduced from $8,785.00 to $8.230.00-. 2. De-
lete the proposed resolution requesting Florida Ma-
rine Patrol conduct, require and fund boating safe-
ty courses for all boat operators in Florida waters.
Commissioner Traylor seconded' the inotioni
mand the motion passed unanimously.
Consent Agenda Items Approved:
A. Minutes-March 21. 1994-Workshop, March
22, 1994-Regular Meeting, March 30, 1994--
Special Meeting, April .4. 1994-Speclal Meeting
B. Invoices- a. Medicaid Billing-December,
1993-$13,264.74. February, 1994.$4,495.48;' b.
i Toxlkon-Gulf County Landfills-$4,552.50; c. Gall's
Inc.-Recreatlon-$1,214.93; d. J. Patrick Floyd-
CDBG/Raffield Fisheries-$607.50 .
C. Inventory Tranisfers- a. Clerk of Court-
"Junked" Computer Printers & Terminals: 10-210-
Altos Prihter, 10-231B-Panasonic Printer; 10-217-
-Brother Finiire,. 10-21-I AOs IV TelnarinAl 10-
20E-Altos I'. Teriininl. 10-2-13 Altos III Te...ii.J
10-205F-As.-S III Tenalhal 1.21 9-Alts i,' Te miin
nal; 1-212-Wyse Terminal
D. Resolutions -.
Copy of Resolution 94-07 Is on file at the Gulf
County Courthouse.
VANN SUBDIVISION
Upai recommendation by the Gulf County
:. Pilnim an.l Development Review Board., Com-
missioner Armstrong motioned to approve/Vann
Subdivision In IDouglas Landlig. contingent upon
the Board's acceptance of the Subdivision Ordl-
nance Revisions. Commissioner Peters seconded
the motion and the motion passed ,unanimously. *
Upon discussion by Planning and Building Di-
rector Butler, Commissioner Traylor motioned to
give the road back to Mr. Vann that he had dedi-
cated to the County.with the stipulation that Mr.
Vann pay all legal and recording expenses. Com-
missioner Armstrong seconded the motion.' After
discussion, Commissioner Armstrong withdrew his
second and Commissioner Traylor withdrew his
motion. "
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PUBLIC OFFI-
CIALS MEETING
Administrator Wells noted that the Ernergency "
Managemment Public OtTiclil, Meeting 'uill L.; held
on Tuesday, June 21., 19'4 5 00 p m E D T
ANTI-DRUG ABUSE GRANT:
.Upon motion by Commissioner Hammotnd,
'second b% Cmrrn lzuoiier Trayl6r and unanimous
vote, the B -uI.1 appie:.e, to d-esi-i :re the B.:.l nIme .: '
S Cao.iri C'r.rii.i-.siriei, as the CCohilirjiraU i ,g iw r '.1
g:..ernirneint I.:r itre Ail l-Dru Ab-ise Giain F.iG .
It as mnteil thit 'he Uamount 'of the grant Is
$54,341.00 :
COUNTY AUDITOR- MICHAEL TUCKER
Administrator Wells noted that County Audi- -
tor, Michael Tucker will.attend the ,ail Mnetuni
on llTuesday, May 10, 1994. '
BOARD POLICY- COMPREHENSIVE TIME
VS. OVERTIME FOR COUNTY EMPLOYEES
; Adriidiiitrartor Wells diacInsseil Liam cOr,inrvem-
pl:,iees rnad Inq.lired atl.hi iu tg Coip p umie in-
steal ,. Lei..g laid overtlmie After d.usca-Ii.h:.i. l-,i
Co0h.ry A .tt.i.,e, FLyd. the B-.,J ae, l1ie.re.i that
At[, Fic-l. detelii,e if UILS cZ ln Ie legi. lly doi'e
c.n.t am eedI L) disc, 1:- It at lt-e Xetl regdir meel.
ijii :i.illrils .:.m- em Tla.l .:r .lerl-slet j r'ilt tie
RFt:. .1 Dep .. ,,e ht .:di J M r- i,,I., C ..,ual Ermn l.:.v.
e-,s .be p:l1.-l ir. d ee 11 they ou- l.,d pie'er craini.p uane
lr,,ste .: fi.. en ,.ii l p c- eru neti
FLORIDA COUNTIES FOUNDATION
Arimari ,,I-tr r:,r %'ellc i,:,fe.:- l]at u-ie l.:.-e r l,'
-'r.: une- Io,,rI 1,,t..ut trill i" ...l.-r.l- ..l r d e net
.'iJlei I,- rir ? r. e.m0r.ll C :.iu .,[is S-ii- .a F.1m *'.
19 I Miui cii
FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES
LiI, i, inre: i j l uie 3.rill Cit..i ,nn C.. hu iIn,.
Cr'hhltinrar c~agei requeLtdc. r.liiriii diSaCie \',elL=
s11e a letter L, seila.ulur Thrim.s re.-iquetuih his.
S.fIj c,'t IE.r the Sir ll Cro.,ia Kl..ken bill It '.as
S I.lat Eil rhi thi LL bill W :,ulf,,1s-.t GuLl' C-l-,,r, I e
S cei.1.- I lIu.: iii al S lera- a.a a-.emhne.
EMERGENCY FOOD ASSISTANCE (COM-
MODITY) PROGRAM .
iUp.:. reiresit L. Adiiu,L:'tr'ii:.r '-eiB Cuir.
riTL: i:.rer Peters al-mlr ed :, I beid .. leeid lemermd.
Ing i -h. ellniiaia, I. In the I19S FCe..1er- B iet 0:,
the ii n ...ltur1 g t1Je [nrch,.r e ,, I':..ds mi' ue Eti er-
gcr,. FI:.:.,1 .li.uisL..:e IC.'.:.m n,.:,.t.,l pr, -jg n
C .I.tn ri]--: -.Iui' .ii. Irn n.: f 'e.- ]iiJeJd the n.:ru,- i
t, id the nn:.Uj i., rl.- :e.l inirin llr, .: *,il
EMERGENCY M NACEMENT VEHICLES
LUp:..,, ir.tau i 1., C'. imrTrir :i ,lere H rirni'ir, l.. ,
-'.conii.-l e L :.' lranim iJor.e. Tr-.,l.i-'n aid uhLjir l( i.,lsS
%a. e .the .:. .. ,Ir-.u.-.E.J ihe iChl.u ni. I iiL
the inee- mr d..lchl rCt1mn t.In l.: i nit'a..ru e 1-1 iehl-
cil':- Ic rhe ir ier' ,.'n r.l...i .enrein[ D i|-.,' ien ,r ;"
a. :, .,- lre., arI i:.,.aiei u-. tr, l .u i arh i':.i '
..,:, rel i.::J:- ih:.i I.- e .,:eed 5.30 00U L ") Ir w ': mh .['
ed li..L Url i.i ich.i. e h j bm ee' l d a e.li c,i aJi em-ri-r
agency In a previous meeting.
AMNESTY DAY- MAY 14. 1994
Solid Waste Dfrector requested pennrmission to
have (2) two Counu Eni-ml.r)-es um.: ik Saturday,.
May 14, 1994 from Or i) a rm 4 00 1 m.r, E.D.T. for
A iire -rr DU .,. i -le -Llt e ,-'i th .-r u i, *.:.. iru liie e ],eli .
e- n:.iri,:d nci.J I,e I'elm.deJ dtir.-ngI- g-ait
fundLs. The Board had ito objections.


, 00193-000R
7 R-002910-0 S74.78
GORMAN W4ILLIAM S
S 5 T 74 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD. (UNRECORDED) W 75 FT. OF
LOT 5 REC'D- ORB 147/505 FR
GORMAN. '
'(FOR FURTHER LEGAL'SEE TAX ROLL)


001i9-0OOFR (
8 R-0029200 5271.00
CALHOUN GEORGE W. ET UX
S 5 T 7 0R 8 WHITFIEL.D ACRES
SUBD UNRECORDEDE) LOT 5 (LESS
, W 75 FT) ORB 23/997 8: 999
MAP #156A
BL:: E


00230-00OR
9 R-0035100 "1E2,13
SELLERS MICHAEL M 8: CATHY R
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOT 6 ORB 159/895 FR
KOCHEVAR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA:X ROLL)


00248-OOOR..
10 R-"0037500 S319.19
CLARK JAMES W 8: SHERRY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION. PB 1 PSG
59 LOT & ORB 114/623 FR
RUSSELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00249-000R
11 R-0037600 5151.E .1'
ATKINS JOHN DOYLE
WHITFIELD. ACRES AT HOWARD
- CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOT 7
MAP # 156 A
BLK ES


FLORIDA COUNTIES FOUNDATION
Upon request by Solid Waste Director Danford.
Commissioner Peters motioned to approve his trav-
el request to attend a Florida Counties Foundation
Solid Waste Workshop In Marlanna, May 16,. 1994.
Commissioner Hanunond seconded the moUton
and the motion passed unanimously.
ST. JOE BEACH- DITCH/HAHN PROPERTY
Public Works Superintendent Lester requested
permission to relocate a ditch that Is currently on
private property over to a street end and complete
the building of the road. Comunissioner I-haiilnondt
motioned to proceed with project and for Mr. Lest-
er to obtain a hold harmless agreement from the
property owners. Comminssionler Traylor secondled
tile mllotiolln aid the motiUn passed ullnalnltously.
INVOICE- SOUTHEASTERN MECHANICAL
(COUNTY ROAD 5 BRIDGE)
Upon motion by Commnissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Armstrong, and unanl-
inous vote. the Board approved an Invoice from .
Southeastern Mechanical in thle amount of
$8.051.00 for fabrication of County Road 5 Bridge.
It was noted that payment would be made from
the Secondary Road and Bridge'Fund.
INVOICE- SOUTHEASTERN MECHANICAL
(COUNTY ROAD 12 BRIDGE)
UpoIn motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by .Comllilssioner Armstrong, and unani-
moous vote, the Board approved an Invoice from
Southeastern Mechanical in the amount 'of
$3,000.00 for thle revetment materials for County.
Road 12 Bridge It was noted that payment would
be made from thle County Road and Bridge Fund.
SAULS CREEK BRIDGE
County Engineer Rish discussed the comple-
tion date of the Saul's Creek Bridge Project
WHITE CITY WATER SYSTEM
Mr. Paul Sewell of White City addressed the
Board regarding the White City Water System and
hInquired abo out thle testing of the lines for leaks.
County Engineer Rish stated that tests had been
performed and they were currently testing in iso-
lated areas of the system. He reported no visible
leaks ad stated th th the pressure was very solid.
He also stated that the projected completion late
of the White City Water System would be the sec-
ond week of May. Commissioner Hanmmond re-
quested a letter be written to Watkins Engineers
and Constructors. Inc. stated that the Board
would assess the liquidated damages according to
the bid specifications and take the necessary steps
to hold aI atkins engineers antd Constructors. Inc..
liable for all ldainages.
INVOICE- WATKINS ENGINEERS AND CON-
STRUCTORS, INC. (WHITE CITY SYSTEM)
Upon request by County Engineer rush, Com-
missioner Hammond motioned to'amend the fol-
lowing Invoice and change orders that had been -
previously approved for Watkilns Engineers and
constructors, Inc.
.Decrease Change Order #2-$4,560.00; In-
crease Change Order #3-$22,148.00; Invoice--
$143,852.79
Commissioner Armstrong seconded the motion
and the motion passed unanimously.
S INVOICE- NORTH FLORIDA CONSTRUC-
TION (WHITE CITY WATER SYSTEM)
Upon .motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioiner Armstrong, antl unani-
mous vote, the Board'approved a pay request from
North Florida Construction in the amount ofr
$57,,094.17 for the White City Water System.
INVOICE- PREBLE-RISH
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
et... L, C: ....r i- i.,,ei Aji strong, and unall-
ir-.:.- .,:te. tie B.u.d .ir: ed the following In- ,
voices from Preble-Rish,. ne: $1,000.00-Road Pav-
ing Program (Inspection); $2,000.00-White City.
Water Systenk(lnspection)
APPLICATION- BEACH EROSION GRANT AP-,
PLICATION
Upon r.,,.iil:.I, % Can,rmiLsioner Hammond,
SeC..iJ t,% C.mTmis.i:iiei Ta)lor, r-l unanimous
.le, the Bo.ard approved to allowthe Chairman to
sign a Beach, Erosion. Grant Application from the
Department of Environmental Protection Agency.
SHIP PROGRAM- DOWNPAYMENT ASSIS-
TANCE
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, second
by Commissioner Armstrong, and u unanimous vote,
the Boi0 :|. l.n : .-'d ire I:ll..| 1 n1g1 au .L:F'.6ice I'a:lra
the SHIP Pif-' ..: Ni .,-.. su.jig-;i52 50I 0u Rehhl.
Loan: C. Jones-$4,180.00-bDownpayment Assis-.
tance; B. Kelgans-$9.560.00-Downpayment Assis-
tance; D. Norris-$9,200.00-Downpayment Assis-
tance
SHIP PROGRAM- "EMERGENCY"- ORDI-
NANCE E
Planning and Building Ii sIspct r ,i Btler la ted
ti'ri the secci.i .ear pl& i.:,r the Gill Coii nry
SHIilP Prgia, ,ini.it be in Tallahrssee by May 2,
1994 He requested the Board's permission to
adopt an ordinance for the SHIP Prograrm on an
"emeirei..-. basis at the next regular Board meet-
ing 5.. Ti.e-dary Ap:,il 20. 1994, in order to reach
the M 21ii de:..inhe LiUpain motion by Commis-
si nei Trir',I:. r 'seo,.i.. tb Commissionei"Peters,
and rlirAnoums 5oIe. u-ie B.:ard agreed to adopt.
the SHIP Pg,:mii Oduma.m.ce on an "emergency"
basis.
SHIP PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR- BO WIL-
LLAMS- SALARY INCREASE
Li,:.i. iT,:,rm,h I..ty Conait-u.si. er r Hammond;:
sec i:. .d 1,v C,:.,..i. l:,ie T.~i lr. r .dJ i' irrhin.:.t-
>:te tie Bme u ]iippr.c-. d i-. iuncie.ue B.. % illiais :
i .n ,l ..: ~ .ii h 12 500 00 I... 1 SI 7 5,00 u el'-
I r', n e .,\ .H I 1. 1i-i 4
AWARD BID 19394.13)- FIRE TRUCK
bUpr iLh.cuc.., L, mnenbe.s rf" LSie Sifith Gilf
Coiiay File De ,ui nlehr C-orrrmlssi.ner Peters
IACou:r. l t W... I1 Bl I 9394-13 |I:.r 3 lie u-rick
I *1 rl- hj Ci.ll' Lf ..fih' Fhie Delu treirehL l. ,,
fldn .ii.. u Ile A|I,-,ruis in the an.)..int if
-.5 i6U6 00 Lura unI.>u.lner Hranirir.lid sec ,ided
the iArl,n .,a :l [he ltir. in,,I [p.m ed io la iiuh sll \
AWARD BID (9394--13)- FINANCING OF FIRE
TRUCK
Up-li, ieci..anleidaiJ.u.i by County' Attorney
l.r:t.. -m iri:itl.lnei Ti,a.. r motioned to accept
tie l eI t I.d l n. I Iluiz-ns rede, .l S tu ij. Bunk
lat a ,re :1 t -3' I l.:.r .ear- If:r id e II.ajiciIzi f a'
li e Ut i_ lai Uie .-:,,lrJ, G,1ll C.Ami.r) il epi c 't-
ment. Commissioner Hammond seconded the tmo-
tion and the motion passed unanimously.
(Clerk Lister left the meeting at *6:52 p.m.,
E.D.T.)
Tl.e nieering! ce--:e,1 t 52 p n,. E D T
Tr, e h- inerin i e-.c....ei, e a 7 10 p n. ED r. -
BOARD POLICY- COUNTY EMPLOYEES
C .:.rTr i.ic.i.ei Arr'it u.:rihg tnlCl.:,rined lihat all
county employees be allowed to stop at a store
without contacting a supervisor. Commissioner Pe-
Sie.n -5'.:.ontde-..i the nuhriu..., Atle, dis.tcu -i.:.h the ino
t.'[l..n [*.-=:.1 .id.i CL.n -nTii'inh er- AinrrIU':-.ig, Pe
leri. .llJ l-l]H anI rl, id Ollhig e4 aind Ch i.ialllu
, ^e ager dnul C,1 in' l: .131her TIl. I:.- sctlh I.I L
ROAD DEPARTMENT- PARKING SPACE FOR
EMPLOYEES .


S' 3 F1 -.... P
I F '- J '= q
MILLS STE'.
WHITFIELD ACRES- AT HOWARD
CREEK ISEiCOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
-.9 LOTS I 8: 2 8: W 4 1,8' OF LOT
15 8: W 51. OF LOT 16 ORB,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL .SEE TAX ROLL1i


00323-OOOR
1,3- "R-0051800. -333,4
MIDDLETON DAVID L :: ANGIE G
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
:PEt :E,:Orli ADDITION PB 1 PG
5.9 'LOTS & 8: 7
ORB i0/23 FR :'.S *
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE .TAX ROLL)


So200-96 0 60
l1 .R-0052200 5287,.8:
MIXON LANNY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND-ADDITION PB i PG
59 LOTS 12i 13) i 4 ORB 156/
"LF64-46 5 FR MIXON ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00333-000R
15 R-OOE3000S ? 4&9.!:
BROOKS HARROLLC 8: EVELYN M
S 5 T 7 'R S WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) BEING 120 X 130
FT LOT IN'SWC OF NE/4- OF SW/L+
ORB 147/859 FR VASSIE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


0033i-04O-4R
16 R-00S7000 69.
NEGRON MIKE A, ET UX
S E T 7 R 8 HOWARDE CREEK:: PROFl
(UNRECORDED) W/2 OF LOT 3 ORB
61/1042
MAP #15fl0
BLK I


.00334-076RP
17 R-0059200. sE:10
LEE BILLY G. ET AL
.S ET 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
?(UNRECORDED) LOT .4 ORB 57/731
MAP B. 16 A
BLK -

0033t-078R
18 R-0932100 S88,
LEE BILLY G. ET U)X
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT E ORB 87/499.
MAP # 156 A


Commissioner Armstrong motioned to desig-
nate the north end of the Road Department as a
parking area for the Road Department employees.
Commissioner Peters seconded the motion and the
motion passed unanimously.
VANN SUBDIVISION
Upon recommendation by County Attorney
Floyd. Commissioner Armstrong motioned to allow
Mr. Vann. owner of Vainn Subdivision, to coinstrucl
that he had previously given to the County, with
that stipulation that the road be maintained by
Mr. Vann and the property owners. Commissioner
Haimmiond seconded the motion and .the motion
passed iunaltulimously.
RESOLUTION- AMENDING GULF COUNTY'S
POLICY FOR AWARDING BIDS
Commissioner Traylor motioned to adopt the
following resolution, with the noted change that a
resident of Gulf County, Florida shall have a 7%
preference over the.bid submitted 'by any non-
resident Commissioter Htimmond seconded the
motion and the motion passed 4-1 (Commissioner
Peters opposed).
Copy of Resolution 94-08 Is on file at the Gull
County Courthouse.
GULF COUNTY TRANSFER STATION- SPE-
CIAL WARRANTY DEED
Upon recommendation by. County Attorney
Floyd, Commissil6ner Hamnmond motioned to ap-
prove the Special Warranty Deed regarding the
sale/lease of the Gulf Coumty TransferStation by
Gulf County to the City of Port St. Joe. Commis-.
sloner Peters seconded the motion and the motion
passed unanimoutisly. '..
APPEALS COMMISSION- D. CLIFFORD
Cotnity Attorney Floyd stated that he is await-
Ing the final word from the Unemployment Appeals,
Commission regarding former employee, Dan Clif-
Sford.
COUNTY ATTORNEY- MONTHLY BILLING
AND INVOICES
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Armstrong, and unanti-
mous vote, the Board approved the following In-
voices from County Attorney Floyd. -
Monthly Billing. March-$5.083.74; Traylor,
Comp. Plan Ord.-$93.75 (pd. by A.B. Traylor);
Bliss, Comp. Plan Ord.-$75.00 (pd. by Myron
Bliss); CDBG-Ralfeld Fisherles-$663.75 (pd. from.
Raffleld's); FHA-White City Water Sys.-$555.00
(pd,. from Grant Funds):; Whiting, Comp. Plan ord.-
$71.25 (pd. by G. Whiting) .
PROPERTY TRANSFER- PRISON SITE
Cotiluty Attorney Floyd stated that the property
Transfer for the prison site was proceeding accord-
Ing to schedule.
VETERAN SERVICES OFFICER- TRAVEL
.REQUEST
Upon motion by Commissioner I-iamn uand
second by Commissioner 'Traylor, and unanimous i
vote, the Board approved Veteran Services Officer
Bo Williams travel request to attend a conference
Tuesday. April 19, 1994 In Lake City, Florida.
COUNTY PARKS- POST SIGNS-
The Board requested that Public Works super-
intendent Lester post "no overnight camping' sign
In, : l ntydk ., .-
WHITE CITY PARK
Aftei I ,=ie...sje.n ly Commissioner Hammond,
the Board requested Counity Attorney Floyd to dop
whatever necessary to have (2) clam boats that are
parked at the White City Boat Ramp be removed
from the area. They also requested that the owners
be hel. lliI.le f:.r in,, ... all .l.:l.nrlu i .:aes Ii. e,].i.
SALARY INCREASE- SHEARER AND RISHI
Up .. rrm a :.1 t I. C irri,,ir'sl,. le H -iei lri.. i ln, :. "
seci.J 1:., C,:.ninaijss.:nei Ti' ,lnr. ,ui l irilril ri lns '
vote the Bc-.J i plu..edI to ,l e Geeil I Sl-cer "
and Marutli Ribh a 5"-. ia jrie..se eiTecu,e noi
medilately.
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
Cu irnrill-ioiner H inni,:..,l n u-.:rl a-i L5 de.e
c..iu l..1iid e the PF.iilic % ,.ks De po i tm i E c..- JI...e
:. 199i4 w.dith L t:.b Leser .s R,:d el. .j uhieilt c*,
Ierl s air1 P.I] iWood .u Maq.rIt., Cuhullal S6".
pe,'1iso Cin'niflnoLirr F'etels Se..: nded the mo'
toa.i aid the rrou-ii, passed 5-0 Tne Bc,.rd
re.iesited th-,at Aminlalistratoi Wellk pi,:ilde a IIst of
Jab duties& and de-cripuoios tor the M.isq-[ito Ct,-"
ttrol DepfrLm.eiln ajid Lthe Road Depar-tmejl 1\ die .e
'egular Boaiid MreUcoil c Mla 24 19,94.
GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE- JUDGE
TAUNTON'S CONFERENCE ROOM
Upon request by Commissioner Peters, Main-
tenance Supervisor Joe Bearden updated the
Board :egaidliitA the process of the Leilhitg tile re-
pair iI: Judge Taniitol's Cdonfereice R.ioomr ,t'at
'.1a damaged- I ran,-i
ROAD PAVING PROGRAM
Llp,:.ni dlcustia.m. h \ Comm.iisl.ihel .Peters,
County Engineer Rish stated that C.W.. Roberts
would be-in the area within the week to begin the
comp:eticoi ol the road paoini piruiect
EARTH DAY COUNTY EXTENSIONS AGENT
Upao i. n ii.ai, b) Crinnmissi..)er Tjaihk.r. seco.ad
IVby CormnnLioier Peters. c imj diialanc us tame the
B5rc.,d |al..i. ited ) tal -a 'l'er S500.00 i the Ceil.
e-r1 Fmld to die Coiiat) Exiele, o Agei.elS nt S .ie
for EumrTh D5 to be used Ly Pout SL doe Higr.
Schurul aid \ eauo hi l School.
OLD GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE- RENO-
VATION OF SECOND FLOOR
Gulf County Planillug ai ,a Biilin Directr ,
Biiller ripJ.led i-,' B.:.ar..J ,.n the ieiI.- Iu.:,i. OU l tie
seci:.iId fi'.:.:r the 01 I Gil r Cir nC il1cl'eT
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS- TRANS- "
FER OF DEED
Coammissioiqer Traylor stated that Governor
Chiles or Secretary Smilejtar will prelemt a tra,-.
fer of deed Ior ihe pipleol site at the Old Cf11
C hiity Cuo.rithui, e ilhiin lhe iner siillhe
BUDGET AMENDMENT- COUNTY EXTEN-
SION AGENT
Upon motion' by Commissioner Hammonid. .
second by Commissiloer Peters, and unanimous
vote the Board approved to amend the budget by
decreasing Reserve for Contingencies and Increas-
ing the County Extension Agent's line item
$500.00 for Earth Day to be used by Port St. Joe
High Schoc.:l t. l Wewa Huigh Si. :.:I.
NORTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGE-
MENT DISTRICT. APPOINTEES
Chainli-iin eager |rparsed thle chair to Vice-
Chairman Hammond and motioned to appoint
Doug Birminghamn and Tamara Laine to the local
u..m-i.:.y g,u p fi dthe Nmithwest FloaiJa Water
Maraietrmerl[ DltlIc, L CuTiiraL=-.ii,er Fe iel -e ec-
o ..Jed the n-ir : l.:i I r i.d the a ti-. n ], e., l letlu il. '
* iO.:.r Acug Ch .inri.i i-urir.m,-.id lelriineiJ ti he
cl, [a C ,hauir,,,.ji ''egel
Tl-r.ee I en. iii, futllher .i..4-i.es aid upoi
riau:.hi, I C anirni'AsI: eim T s1l.:.r securd .I C m.nTr '
mirisonel Peresc- ajrri i m.iu.mim, an s 1. I
vote, the meeting did then adjourn at 7:46
p.m., E.D.T. '
WARREN J. YEAGER, JR.
CHAIRMAN
/iS/BENNY C. LISTER .


,: 334-1...r
1i' R-J':'-,. '-. H IIt j '.'3
WHITWORTH BARNEY G. 8: MARY
HOWARD CREEK PROP NO 2
UNRECORDED LOTS 9 8:10 .ORB
138/735-3 6 FR WHITWORTH-
MAP.# 156D
EBLK: B

00334-237R .
20; RS-O3'00 $ S90.78'
MARSHALL JOSEPH 1-,
HOWARD'CREEK PROP). NO. 2
IRE.:P.ORL. LOT 17 ORB 138/965 FR
M-tRSHmLL-
MAP# 1s.60 BL.:K B

00334-253R
21 ,R-0063800 3654+1
SKIPPER'iS CHOICE INC
HOWARD CREEK-PROP. NO. 2
UNRECORD LOT 3 ORB 151/713
S i;..C : BLK :: c

0033'+-263R
:22 R--0046t8,0 '2:27 70
MARTIN NORMAN M.
HOWARD CREEK:: PROP. -NO.. 2
UNRECORD LOT 13 ORB 90/877 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH INC 8: LOT 14"
FR MARTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00334-575R
23 R-0066800 S90.78
OLTZ FRED.E 8: SANDRA
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT
NO. 3 UNRECORDED LOT E
ORB. 160/559 C FR LYNNI
- MAP#. 156D BLK E


00334-670.
24 R-0068000 S126.34i
BECK TEDDY M 8: JANICE H1
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNTIT
NO. 4. LOT 11 UNRECORDED
ORB 146/24:2 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

.00 00335-001R
25 R-00&9600 5229.47
ARTHUR MARK 8: RUTH
S 5 T 7 R "3 .283 AC M/L 130 X
95 FT LOT ON SR 387 ORB 89/12
7 FR GOLDEN
MAP #i5&A

00335R003
.1: 26 R-0069800 %69.4 ,
WHITFIELD LANDING INC-C
S E T 7 R 8
ALL SW1/4 OF SECT. 5 LESS
SOLD ORB 129/815-17 FR HILL
7 MAP#


THR SI Ar.l% 1' 0 1. ou rr"fl


0033--OSOR
27 '. R-0070,000, SI +37.86
HI TF IELD LANDING INC.
. E T 7 193 IAC 1/- :
4138.98 X 200 FT PARCEL
ORB.'129/815.-17 FR HILL
MAP 1iE6A

O0338-OEOR
22 R-0070600 5144+.12
WILDER JAMI'IES
S S T 7 R 8 1 AC M/L HOWARD
CREEK PROPERTIES- UNREC,. LOT .1.
8: 2 ORB 143/E40 FR LYNN
MAP# 1 6A
BL-:: ii
00360--216R
29 R-074600 s 90.78
CHRISTENSON THOMAS L
S & T 7 R 8
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 8 ORB. 1E6/664' FR GULF CiO
FARMS IN:C.
(FOR FURTHER ..LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00398-004R ,
,30: R-OO84900 .S124.92
WHITWORTH BARNEY 8: MARY C
5 32 T 7 RF E AFC M/L ..
100 X 218.FT iiEJEjiL, CAMPSITE
"'B" ORB 1i+9/659 FR CHRISTO
MAP# 1S .e

0041i-OOOR
3i IF .,:ISv'O S282.: 828
C.UI LiOFC. JLF.F L 8: JANICE F
S 31 T 3 R 9 1 AC REC'D.
ORBI.1SO/435 FR TAYLOR
MAP# 1..9C
/


32 .R-0093000" 1i +.3
SYFRETT RAYMOND 8: ANN S.
5 6 T 4+ R 9 11 AC M/L RECD.
ORB 60/6&2 ,FR EASTERLING
BEING PARCEL "A" 8: PARCEL .
"A-I" O.-B ,.'/18 8: A PORTION
(FOR FUKTHRP. LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

OOLE6-023R
,33 R-0094400 : 30' 7.5
iCARTER'T. l, BEPA I.' E 5.
-S 6 T 4 R 9 u.B t,.h.I' FR
n-'STERLING BErImC Pmi-':EI. "M
rin.P .#ti1 B

*,) 69-C0'"^,. "
3q R- OC'766'O0 S 2.78
RODE LEE ECT.
S 8 T 4 R 9 -im BEG AT SEC
OF- LOT 3 .ORIGe TH RUN W 70
YO'DS N 10 t YDS& E 70 Y'DSP S
140 YDS TO POB DBO:: 31/274+
MAP ilo#110

._
.- P -0.. :9 ;-. i' *. rl
JiOHNm'IO S ,': OTT HO-Ir-PoL
'ENTUCi- L,.rlrI'NLG SUb601 -IF lun
Ui T ONE FI L Pi'm:. .m' I- r
"LOT .. RD 1 6/419 FPR. .' nii='' A ,
MAP 4-1 -.: .


00506-04OR .
36 R-010i200
HOSt Ih- EARL E. 8: JEAN F
Ec 1 T *+ R 9 75.X I' "- FT
IN ORIG. GOVT LOT,'+ ORB
9t'/298 FROM HOS.KINS
IAP # 1-'3 B


BLK 3


.P89.9/u


00509-OOOR- ...
37 ,- ':, I L '"
GROWiE'P L.E. CT AL
S 15 T 4 R 9 TPIT'HGr.iiLiR
SHAPED PARCEL. :. F rl O
C-I:IPOLL-, rI.'ER 8: 200-FT ON
';l-iIPOLi- R '.'EF CUT-OFF ORB
(FOR FUP.RTHER LEG.-L -EE T-;,- PI. LL'i "


33 I 3 -. : ,i-. .0 '
,:HpIER .JOHN'W. 8: CHRISTINE
"CHIPOL- CUTOFF ADDITION TO
IOLA. LOT 3 PB S PG '21 ORB
111/706 FR POWELL-
MAP# '111A : ...


:;.* BLK :

00E37-OOOR
39 F.-Ol1' ,-j(C. 1Ji35.
PITTS LimLI'li-1 l.
-.:l1IPOL, :L.ITOFF ADDITION TO
IOLA UNIT 1 LOT 17 PB 2 PG 21"
MAiP #i i IL -


BLK. 1


o:'Ea3-(.*.?F --
4' lfj',.), H-X 1: ".127 59
P 1li FONr J-HIIEE 1-1 1 F.p.1 r i ..,
S 19 T Li R 9' 38.1 AC NW/4:.OF
NE/4i OR N/2 OF LOT 6 ORIG 8:
PART ORB 15E.5/131-132 FR
COWLES
NAP #111C

0056&5-075R
41 R-0119300 9 s9.E1
KENT LEE ROY 8: EVA MAE
S 19 T 4 R 9 BEING LOT 6 57 X
90 FT UNRECORDED PLAT'FR COX
ORB 88/9 FR COX
MAP# 111 iC


S0056E-i00R
42, R-0119800 l176.91
WILLGUS REX C & DOROTHY M
'S 19 T 4 R 9 BEING LOT il
70.33 X 85' FT AV .DEPTH
UNRECORDED PLAT FR 'COX ORB
160/689 FR PENTO 8: PINCKARD
MAP .#111C

00600-OOOR
43 R-0126300 $31.03
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCES C.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1- LOT 5
.'ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 112B BLK: F

006001-OOOR -
44- R-0126:400 $131.03
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD, UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 6
ORB 14i/711 FR PARKER
MAP#. 112B BLK F

00602-OOOR -
4F- R-Oi26500 S31.03
PARKER CHARLIE M &: FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. LOT 7
ORB1-45/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 112B BLK F

00603-OOOR
4- R-0126600 $31.03
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD,, UNIT
.NO. i LOT 8
ORB 14t5/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 11:2B BLK F

00604-OOOR
47 R-0126700 $31.03
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 9
ORB 145/711' FR PARKER
MAP# 1128 BLK F

00618-060R
48 R-Oi3i300 S57,45
FUSELIER DONNA E.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNI-7
NO. 2 LOT 6
MAP #11ii2B BLK H
00&i8-O70R
49 R--Oi 31400 5E7.4L
FUSELIER DONNA E,
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 7
MAP #1i2B BLI-: H


.00618-o80R
.. R- 31500 S22:8.1'+
-M.LISOrl LAPPY .
PC ULLt I .L- IiL., SUBD, UNIT
NO. 2. LOT 2 8: .98 AC LYING SE
OF, SAID LOT; BEING :1..5 AC M/h
ORB 89/6.43 FR 'YATES MAP N112.B l ,'
BLK I "

00620-080R
51 R--0i33300 1215.96
MILLER WILLIAM1 J JR TRUSTEE
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 10 ORB '13/620 GC FR
DIXON .
MAP# 1i2B.
BLK K

00621-080R
52 R-013'+200 S66.6+
HUGHES WILLIE S. JR. ET UX
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD, UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 20 ORB 65/+7'+7
MAP #418- BLK K

00621-090R
53 R-0134300 S66&.+.?
HUGHES WILLIE S. JR. ET UX
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO, 2 LOT 21 ORB 6E/TI7'+.
MAP #112B, BL K

00626&-OOR
E-i 'R-0137700 S&6.64,.
ALEXANDER CYNT'HIA 5.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.,UNIT 'T
NO. 2 LOT 1i ORB 81/520 &. ORB
140/188 FR .ALEXANDER.
MAP# 1128 BLK: M

*.._.*,7-030R
55 R--013850,0 39.08 "
MC ARDLE JAMES L,
RED, BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 19 ORB 116/722 FR
HOLLAND
,MAP #1128 B
S .. L:LK M''"

0- 27-04OR
..56 R-0138600 S50.57 '"
MC ARDLE JAMES L,
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO-. 2 LOT :0. 8: 1 ACRE,
ADJOINING RE ID ORB 116/722
FR HOLLAND
S.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00629-080R
57 R-Oi+050 0 ,
ARMSTRON JOHNNIE E. '8:
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.,
NO,. 2 LOT .12 8: 16 ORB
FR PICKRON"
MAP4 1128


S107.99
VERA M.
UNIT .
130/853


BLK N


05643'n-OOP E u.' :
.58 R-0143500 S206.47
SUGGS LEE R. 8: FRANCES G.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD, UNIT
-NO. 2 LOT 10 A) 10 B 8: 10 C
ORB n 0-"/53 FR Su,.G':
-PiP 1 I..B:


8LK: P


S00464 3-0'rTR
-, L' f ,'i -:..- 73.54-
Pi.ERl iC RI'iTn-. -
PEE. BULL I L,-,LE-. UNIT NO. 3
. L T 1+ ORS 133 -.63-65 FR NEWELL
SMAP # 112


BLK A

',06'+I-'5-'j.P.
to R.-01'b61 *. 73.5, -
ri''EFI TIMOT-H' .
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 5 ORB 133/5 0-2 FR NEWELL
M.P #11iB


in. CO- .riP :, -
1i P,-OH6 E' E
P.L.-C'ON STEPHErl W. 8: Kf-Af-HR N r-
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 9 ORB 106/579 FR RIGDON


62 R-O1i0900 562,.01'+-t"
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT ,--6
ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP 112B.
BLKF F .


00640-116R '
S63 R-0150700 SE"
. BRYAN' DAVID GLENN
-RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOTS 2 8: F ORB 99/968'AGRMT.
FR FUSELIER
MAP# 1128


BLK. X

00640-122R
6 R-0151100 $176.91
ALLEN LEONARD L.- JR.
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO, 3
LOT 8
MAP #112B


006m42-009R


65 R-0153000 El",
KENSINGER MERLE JR.
COCHRAN LANDING) UNREC.
LOT 9 ORB 160/106 FR LEE
,MAP# il2B


3LK X


-382.94


00652-00OR
66 R-0157900 $248.64
LETT NEIL R. 8: TERESA
S 31 T 4 R 9 A LOT 175 X 200
FT ORB 120/19 FR WEWA STATE
BANK
MAP# 112:C


67 R-0158400 15E3.93
AKE CLIFFORD. R 8: BRANDY R
S 31 T 4 R 9 A 120 X 175 FT
LOT ON BOZEMAN CIRCLE
ORB 145./824 FR FARMER 8: ORB
145/825-26 1C FR PARMER
MAP# 11ii2C

00668-000R
68 -0159200 317,61
TOWERS DEVELOPMENT CO, OF
S 31 T 4 R 9 7.701 AC
PARCELS 1 2) 3
ORB 161/574 FR TOWER'S
CONSTRUCTION CO. OF P.C. INC.
MAP# ii2C

00668-001R
69 R-0159300 5525.90
HANNA PETER W. 8: CONSTANCE
S 31 T 4 R 9 1 AC -
LYING IN SWC OF S/2 OF SW/4
OF NW/4 ORB 120/94 FR BOWMAN
MAP# ii2C

00668-010.
70 R-0159500 5.04q.27
HANNA PETER. W. 8: CONSTANCE
S 31 T 4- R 9 1 AC 150 X 279
FT PARCEL ORB 127/54+2 FR
LONG
MAP# 112C

00689-0OOR
71 R-0162600 S48.10
TAUNTON DAVID L 8: 'ABIGAIL
S 7 T 5 R 9 18 AC M/L NW/L4 OF
SW/4Li LESS 22 AC SOLD TO
BROCK 8: LYING IN SWAMP LESS
100 FT LOT TO CANNING ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00709-160R
72 R-0165900 S60
RHAMES DONALD GENE
S 18 T 5 R 9 B.583 AC M/L
110 X 231 FT LOT ORB 14;3/535
FR FORTSON
MAP# 114B


.56


Notice of Tax Certificate Sale

Pursuant to Chapter 197.402, Florida Statutes, notice is hereby given that
on the 25th day of May, 1994, at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, Tax
Sale Certificates will be sold on the following described lands to pay the
amount due for the taxes herein set opposite the same, together with all
costs of such sale and all advertising.:Sale will be held at the Gulf County
Courthouse, County Commission Meeting Room, 1000 Fifth Street, Port
St. Joe, County of Gulf, State of Florida.
EDA RUTH TAYLOR
TAX COLLECTOR
S.. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


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PAG, R


00733-075R
73 R-0173700 S492.19
GODWIN CARROLL F
5 18 T 5 R 9 2.34 AC M/L
374.E5 FT PARCEL ON SR 71;
336.62 FT DEPTH ORB 156/963 FR
STRANGE
MAP# 114B,

00733-I00R
74 R-0173800 HX S131.68
MOONEYHA" BOBBY 8: SHERRY
S 18 T 5 R 9 1 AC M/L
ORB 143/273-74 FR CITIZENS
.FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSOC.
OF PSJ
MAP# 11i4

00733-350R
75 R-0174300 HX S486.90
HORTON HAROLD N. JR & MARY W.
S 18 T 5 R 9.1.73 AC M/L
ORB 97/687 FR HORTON 8: LESS
143/591 GE TO TAUNTON

00735-OEOR
76 R-0175100- 76.55B
HARRISON WYNELL 8:/OR DEWEY
S 19 T E R 9
TRIANG, PARCEL BETWEEN CO. RD
381 & BURGESS CREEK RDZ/
ORB 154/763 FR GASKIN
MAP# 114C

00741-00R
77 R-0176400 S299.16
LANGLEY DORA L
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS FARM
# 3 ORB 78/272 5 AC M/L
8: ORB 147/75 FR GULF CO.
FARMS INC.
MAP# 114C

00741-OiOR
78 R-0177000 $229.47
SALERNO JOANNE M.
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT.FARM #
9 ORB 87/444 5 AC M/L
MAP #li4C-

00741-011R .
79 R-0177100 $318.38
SPANN EARNEST & JOEY
GULF CO. FARM TRACTS #10 & 11 ,
10 AC M/L ORB 125/800 FR
GULF COUNTY FARMS) INC..
MAP #114C

00741-021R
80 R-0177800 HX S175.51
ADAMS SYLVIA SMITH
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS
WESTERLY PORTION FARM #19
E AC M/L ORB 121/944 GC FROM.
HILL
MAP # li. C

00741-032R
81 R-01789.00 5193.91
JOHNSON CLIFFORD M. JR 8: RHONDA
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT TRACT
#31 5 AC M/L ORB 76/996.AA FR
GULF CO FARMS 8: ORB 158/392
FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP# 114C .

007141-033R,
82 R-i079000 190.35
ELLIOT JAMES H. SR. ET AL
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
#32 ORB 91/153 ASSIGNMENT FR
JOHNSON 4.9 iAC M/L
MHP 11C
00744-00OR
S3 R-1 li ':O 51.6.
SALERNO JO.ANN "RB6/..
S" 5 19 T S R.9 RE,-7D ORB E&/9'+3
FR MAYHANN RUrNNING O LG SF 71-
TO SIMPSONl L-114D ORB E6/94+4 S
7E/E-3 rMHP L14,:

007E3-000F
S 84 R-0L81300 ;.,: ..'. .. .' 53.89
UNDERSOP. I:-i4PLES E. ,
5 < T ET R 9 E10 -R PESR ,D' :
,ORB 13/34 FR POwELL
"* -[* m P F t 1 1 4 c "''

00754-OOOR .. .
8E.'. R-OiS2400 1.1 9
WHITFIELD JACI IE L
S 20 T S R 9 .33 MC "
ORB 163/19 FP iP..RNLE', BEING IN
S 5E/4' '
MAP #114D0i

00771-010R
86. R-0i84600 S16.5.
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
28 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 1 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB. ORB
143/817-18 FR FAIRCLOTH
MAP# '132B .

00771-020R
87 R-OiS4800 S85.48
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
S 28 T 5 R 9,
BEING LOT 2 OF BRY'0PlT'S
LANDING (UNREC). SUB.
MAP# 132B

00.771-135R
88 R-0187100 S121.02
PRESCOTT HERBERT E : WANDA M
5 28 T S R 9
BEING LOT 26 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB. ORB 144/
676-77 FR FAIRCLOTH
MAP# 132B

00771-217R
89 R-0189200 S76.55
-FARICLOTH JAMES F
S 28 T 5 R 9 .10 AC M/L
BEING LOT 43 BRYANT'S LANDING
S (UNREC) SUB.
MAP# 1328 '


00771-225R
90 R-01i89'+00 S76.55 -
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F OR FEROL
5 28 T E R 9
BEING LOT'4+ OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB. ORB 161/
470 FR FAIRCLOTHj TRUSTEE
MAP# 132B

00771-247R
91 R-018990'0 S76.55
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
S 28 T 5 R 9 .47 AC M/L
BEING LOT 49A BRYANT'S LANDING
(UNREC) SUB.
MAP# 132B

O0771-25ER
92 R-0190100 ,176.13
FAIR'LOTH JAMES F
5. 28 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 50 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB.
MAP# 1328 .. ,

00771-260R .
93 R-0190200 576.58
BRYANT'S LANDING HUNTING &
BRANSTLNIN ATRPLN


BRYANTS LANDING WATER PLANT
SITE .16 AC 8: DRAIN FILLAREA
.42 AC ORB '155/984-985 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00777-000R'
94 R-0190800 $479.76.
ROGERS JIMMY LEE
S 29 T R 9 7 AC ON W SIDE
OF SR 381 IN N/2 OF N/2 OF
NE/4 OF NW/4 REC'D ORB 28/642
MAP #115A

00788-OOOR
95 R-0191700 S488.90
MORRIS C. E.
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i PB 2
PG 38 LOT 16
MAP #t12C BLK I


00796-OOOR
? 96 R-0192300 S451.7
HILTON MARY J.
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i PB 2
PG 38 LOT 6 &.8 ORB 116/921
FR JONES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL

d0818-000R
97 R-0194500 $216.7
LISENBY GEORGE ET UX
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i PB 2
PG 38' LOT 12 ORB 79/1014 8:
LOT 14
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL .SEE TAX ROLL

00824-OOOR
98 R-0195100 5578.6
HANDj CLARENCE E ET UX
-ORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDEE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
PG 38 LOT 22.ORB 86/430
MAP #112"
BLK 4

00827-00OR
99 R-019E400 $726.4
POWELL LLOYD N
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i'PB 2
PG 38 LOT 4 ORB 149/10 FR
POWELL
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL

00828-O0OR
100 R-0195S00 I 5160.1
HICE RICKY' L 8: GENICE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
P'G 38 LOT S ORB 1E.4/833 FR-
POWELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL


'101 R-0196500 S154.E5
FARRELL MIKE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
PG'38 LOT i ORB 157/84E FR
WALL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL

OOS41-OOOR
1.02., R-0196700 S51.6
FARRELL MIKE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
PG 3S LOT 6 .ORB 157/845
WALL .. ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL

.008:41-OIOR'
'103 -R-0196800 1 S5.7!
FARRELL MIKE
CpRR. REPLAY OF RIVERSIDE PARK
PB '. PG 38
-LOT 3 ORB I157/845 FR WALL
MAP# 12C '

0084i1-OSOR
104', R-u.i?6900s 5I 6
FARREL. MilE
CORRECTIVEE REPLAT QF RIVERSIDE
PARK' UNIT NO 1I
SPB, PG 38 LOT S, ORB 1'57/,
8.4 FR WALL'
MAP#, 112C,: .
00876-OOOR-0 .
105 R-0200200 HX $299'.5.'
DE h L, DAVID .
C:ORPECTIVE REPLAT 01- rOF I.I
t.i.ES uLBC- UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 38
LOTS 2 8: 3 LESS'S 25 FT OF
LOT 3 REC'.C OFB 146/777 FR
(Fd FURTHER ...EGAL -EE TAX ROLL)
0953-0I1R ,
10 6 P-'.l-iOjvG S197.58
DAVIS GEOP6E L L_.L,4RN:: .
GJLF COUNT,' Fr.,RM-'. LNi1 lN NO. 2
1P.Rv:T 0 'I.. :Ri ORB
7 B. .
r4P' #115B .
0 .. E 3 ,:,11 :" :' "
107 P.-O IO'10 j ; .ie. B
MINC'.' ROBEPT q LnAVErNE
GUIJLF COUNT',' F.iRl UIll T NOD. *
TRACIT 51, 4 '"--iE( .IR t 1t30/4 1.9
FR' GULF, CO. FM'M S, Ii4:,
1114P 11E58
O0)9- 3-G. ,ER
108 P.-).1180 87.22
LOWERY, [II ROBERT 8 AUDREiY L. :.
GULF C."JNT'.' F-t4RMS UtIT NO. 2 '
TRn,:T 67 8: LESS ;'Rri5 HO. 68 8:
69 (4 'AC M/L) ORB 142/75 TO. .
LOWREY ,
IHm N I B .
06953-03R'. .
q109. R-1Q-,.L-':o- Q 1E8.3'
BOLDEN DANNIE E, e JiMIE G.
GULF COUNT'; FARMS UtI l NO.
TRACTS 73 8: 7' 4 ACRES MIL
OR'B' i36/iE1 FR 'GULF CO. FARMS
INC. .
MAP# .11E5

00953-037R
110 R-0212400 587.22
HOGUE CLARENCE ET .UX
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO'. 2
TRACT' 76 2 w,:.PEI
MAP '#$5IB

.00953-049R
111 R-0212900 5426.53
MYERS ERNEST C, 8: VALERIE
GULF'"CO. FARMS UNIT NO. 3
1.25. AC M/L SW/4 OF FARM #84
ORB 124/969 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC.
MAP# 1158 .

00953-058R -
112 R-0213700 S193.91
DUAIGAN BIRTHAL E.
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
TRACT 87 AC ORB 1I8/299 FR
GULF CO. FARMS
MAP ;ttllEB
009E3-060&R
113 R-0213900 S203.87
GARDNER RAYMOND P. ET AL
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
TRACT 89 5.28 ACRES ORB
84/389 AA
MAP #115-B
00,9~?3-064R
114 R-0214300 5205.65
DARMARAJAM MUTTAIYA
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
TRACT 93 5.33 ACRES ORB 14h5/
653 FR GULF CO. FARMS; INC.
MAP 11EBB

00953-066R
H1E R-0214'500 HX $492.28
DEES WALTER B, 8: JUDY
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO, 3
TRACT 95 7.26 AC ORB 122/224
FR GULF CO. FARMS, INC',
MAP #115B
009E 3-068R
116 R-0214700 $10ES,01
GULF COUNTY FARMS, INC.
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3


E/2 TRACT 84 2.5 AC M/L A OF
A ORB 102/1083 8C FROM BELL
MAP# 11iSB
0095.4-042R
117 R-021S00 227.89
BATESON JERRI MYREE
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 4
TRACT 117 4' AC M/L ORB 87/241
AA FR GULF CO FARMS
MAP# 1 1iB

06954-0'+4R
118. R--0215600 5197.45
BATESON BILLY L
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO,..+
.TRACT 118 4 AC M/L
ORBI 155/993 FR GULF CO., FHRii .
MAP# 1 sB


00954-100R
'5 119 R-02155800 HX
JONES JOHNNY L 8: gENVAL
S 30 T E R 9 4.13 AC M.
# :100 ORB 141/446-47 F
COUNTY FARMS INC-'
MAP# 1158B
)
00954-15E4R
120 R-0217800
'0 MOON DEBORAH
GULF COUNTY, FARMS UNIT
FARM NO. 154 2.697 AC
ORB 135/487 FR GULF CO.
MAP# 11SB

00961-030R
121 R-0219200 1-1X
VOYLES DANNY C.
S 32 T 5.R .B .506 AC4',
11:2.5 X 196-FT LOT UNR
DEED FR VOYLES
MAP# 1EB i

00961-035R
122 R-0219300
VOYLES ANGELA M
6 S 32 T 5 R 9
12.E X 196 FT PARCEL I'
ORB E17'/879'FR BIRGE
MAP# 11iEB

) 00972-0OR
123 R-0221000
BYRAM BARBARA
,1 S 33 T .R 9 2.9 AC M/
ORB 146/33&-37 FR AKE
MAP# 132C '

00974--OOOR
124 R-0221200O
) MANUEL DEWAYNE
S 33 T R 9 1 ACRE ,REC
19/546 LOT 105 N 8: 5 B'Y
SFT E 8: W
MAP #132C

'000-OOOR
125 R-0227800
UOHNSON W.J, 8:' ,JUDY
) DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1
PG .5 LOT 8 ORB 137/109t
DOODD
6 MAP #132D


01032-00SR
126 R-023d9O0',
BROCKK BRENDA.B ..
) DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1P
PG 25 THE NORTH- 1/2. OF
AND ALL OF LOT 11 ORB 1
5 FR WILLIAMS
(FOR FURTHER, .-EL-iL SEE7

01045-04B0R
127 :R-023._900.
CARNLEY JUDSON il ,-Ti-irjli
S 35 T 5 R 9 40 F ON .:-
6' RIVER; 600 FR' AV DEPTH I
104/608 F.- GTES
MHPI 143

S01'05-045R .
1 28 R-0233000
GATES JONATHAN, ,:-JRTT 8:
S 35 T E'R 9. .
4'0 F.T ON CHIPOLA RIVER;)
MV ,EP rH ORB 139/2'42-43
GriTES
MAP# 3 ,

S01046-002R
129 F --0-- 00 --0'
Sr, ES l'4TRI,:D "N'IF J
5 ', -.3 8 34 T S R .
i ".18%8X INT OGIne IN UISLIUPn
Pi4RT5 OPB 30/,'61
MwP#14i30
0( 1 46- -1 G :
130 R--O:193-10
P i T[T. JH. -:T-iE'E i -
TURI'.KEY RUN ESTATES Ut(i.:t
LOT 11 ORB 13F/387 FR PI
MFJPIP 133 ,

011O87-.OOOR
13.1 R o.:0. : '
STOOLE GAR '
S 25 T 3 R 0', BETNG P141.':
14 ORB 14.,'I21- FR TO1
MAP. 91A '

Oi1187-007R '.
132 Rl-0O14' ,:,'
SNELL ONLut.LL. E.
S 25 T 3 F, i,' RE-'. ', GPb
69/104' FP. SE,,'10H rEIr,'
PARCEL NO 15
MAP #91A '

01187-008R '
133 R-0254700
TOOLE GARY "' .
-S 25s T 3 R. 10 .89 AC' M/L
(LYING E OF CIRCULAR
DRIVEWAY) FRt SEXTON ORB-
121-22 FR TOOLE
MAP# 91A

01191-030R
S134 R-025700. .
CLARK GEO.GE THOMAS,.
S 25 T 3 1- I 25- FT STRI
TO LOT 6; BLK 3 IDLEWOOD
ORB--98/791 FR CLARKE ET;

01197-OOOR, -
135 R-0257600
BOYETT S','BIL WICt
S 26 T 3 R 10; .33 AC'A L
FT WIDE BY 237 FT LEEP 1,
SORB 1E8/134. FR WICKS EST
MAP' #91

01216-OOOR .
136 R-02E9E00
AFFORD ANN ET AL
BURGESS CREEK PB 2 PG 49 LOTS 14 8: 16
ORB 120/881. FR ERNEST &
153/48-49 GOC..FR SCHISEI-
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE Ti

01238-000R
137 R-0261200 HX
GATES MARCHELLE
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG
LOTS 1 8: 2 ORB 139/244-4!
FR GATES ,
MAP# 91A


S0124.1-010R
138 R-026100 .
SIMMONS JOHN J.
MIDWAY PARK-SUBD. PB 1 Pi
2 PARCELS ON 'DEAD LAKES
115/135 FR TWADDLE LESS
PARCEL 1 ORB 127/27E TO
(FOR FURTHER :LEGAL SEE Tm

01241-01_5R
S139 R-0261600:r
STEVENS DANNY BOYD 8: JEA
MIDWAY PARK 5UBD.
BEING A PARCEL 'IN LOT '+4


(PARCEL 1 OF ORB i1S/1i3
FREC'D IN ORB 127/275 FR
(FOP FURTHER LEGAL SEE: TA

C1243-OOR
140 R-0262000 HX 5:
DUNAHOO JOHN R.
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PE 1 PG
LOTS 41 5 8: 6 ORB 82/313
LESS ORB 94/269 DISHAROOI
94/735 TO SANSOM .ORB 96/
'(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T;

01267-OOOR
141 R-0265300
CLARK GEORGE' T
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. 1
PG 15ILOTS 5
MAP #9:lA


TS377,.0
-EEN '
-L FARM'
-R GULF


01268-OO0R
14-2 R-0265500
SOWELL JERRY D. 8: BARBIA
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO.
PG iE LOT 1 ORB 111/82
SPANN
MAP #91A


$478. 40
BRA
PB 2
FR

BLK *4


01277-010R
si52.02 143 R-0266.200 $35.66
SYFRETT RAY'MOND L. 8: ANN S,
NO, 5 IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION
M/L UNIT i E 21,24' FT OF LOT 6 8:
FARMS ORB 116/ 892 FR SYFRETT
MAP# 91A BLK i

01278-OOOR
5520..63 144 R-0266300 5431.73
SHOWELL RALPH JERRY 8: JUDY
(/L IDLEWOOD PARK SUBD, UNIT' 1i
EC, W, 42.4 FT OF LOT 6 .
21.21 FT X 150 FT STRIP OF
LOT 6 ORB. 117/895 FR FLEMING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

$SB I+3 01296-000R
843 14E5 R-0268000 B196.3&
.TAYLOR MARY 'A A
,IDLEUO[V', PARK SUBDIVISION
(0. 1 il1i I _OTS 8: E;. ORB 77/1094
MAP N9'A 3BL_:K 4

01303-GOOR
146 R-0268700 1, 97i47
",129.02 BROWN B DOUGLAS
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION
L UNIT .1 LOT .1.
ORB 140/E-04 FR. GRAY'
MAP# 91A BL..K: 4.

013'333-O i .
.$51.&.6" .i't i-': ,." ,,, i30. 3
1 .FPLT1 RT.i ; ,n,, L.
:'Di ORB IDLEWOOD PARK SUBD. UNIT i 1i
'20 E 30 FT OF LOTi2 B "'
ORB 107/539 OC FR BROADER
SBLK. 6r
(FOR' FURTHER LEGAL SEE ,TAX ROLL).

,t186.81 01362-OO0R
148 R-0274900 .' 5i20.12
PB 2 SYFRETT' RAYMOND L,
?0 FR S 36'T ,3 R 10 45- AC M/L REC-'D
ORB 73/609 (PARCEL IV) LESS
CENTRAL LANDING SUBDS .ORIB
g' 3 38/121 JOPB 34/812> ORB
BL 3 (FOR FUF.THCK LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

265-,48 0.1369-06R .
149 R-0276100 $ S457.07
PB .2, COOPER PHYLLIS .
LOT 10 S 36 T 3 R 10 5 AC M/L
'3/321 210 X 1043 FT'AV DEPTH ORB
S. 18/217 FR HOLTZ
TAX ROLL) MAP#. 9
1O3t 9-070F, .
F.'0 .-GA6 .?:,0 Slc."
$38.34- COOPER PH',LLI
El S 3,-. T 3 F 1i, 5-AC M/L,
HIPOL-, -1,0 :, ,4i FT AV DEFr TH ORB
OP8 119/126 FR HOLTZ
S. MAP# 91D '

01373-.':.R
11 R-0.7 9"''0 S122.79
$38.34- ,LAW JOHN A, ,8: A'tIJf'O 0..
PAUL P F S36 T 3 R 10 .L99 AC LOT IN .' ,
SF ORIG LOT 7 ORB'iF'9B89 FRF
'48 FT PFRICE '
,FR MAP #91 .

0 01373-004R.
SICZ P- 10 .0 ., *..'9,23
'HANLON, bANIEL GENE
$17.07, S 3 T 3 1-R l1. 837 AC 8: 110"
"- .* FT ON [,EwE' Li-It ES ORF' d E / I
M"P #91D
'E 3 E- .

1F3 F-OL77-' C' "
,, LEE 6ILL',' G. FT L
31. T 3 P 1: : T i L- I.-
1 4 .1 1 ., L.JT I:'PB '1 -.'-' P,-,R,:EL I
TF i FEri Mh',P 91L' ''

3TT. 0 G1.373-O?''P.
1 4' F,- '1 7 C bE 7. f,
LEE BILL'. G. FT .AL
S :3 T 3 F. 1 1 ,..i: -EE L F1
'lE7..24. 170.49 FT -.E:'1 '* OR 01'i

:EL NO m'-p 4'91c .
)OLE '
S. L -. .
Sr '% 1iEE P-0'- :' 571" 1 :
SCHOLLIAN PONALD, L 8:8& LINDA S
RIVERSIDE .ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO i LOT
1 .ORB 151/Jl FR SL.,U-+HrE .
', MAP# 1288
BLK 3

1436-000R
1' 6 -0 C:401'.:'i $193.9i
416.18 S TEPHEN M. JM4:GU.-f.', TRUSTEE
SP. IVERSIDE ESTNTES w ;EDN T,0
IIJL. PB : PF 14 UNIT 0O i LOT
17 ORB 13E 33?,-38 FR PEADEN
142/ MAP ia1B '
BLK 5

01437-0OOR
157 R-0284200 '198E.15
.49.43 STEPHEN M. JACSUAY, TRUSTEE
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN"TO
P ADJ. IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO l LOT
SUBD ". 18 ORB 135/336-38 FR PEADEN
S AP #1248B
SB LK

s69.45- 01468-OOR
1i8 R-0289800. S196.64
OT 60 PERRY JAMES C (COTTON)
EC'D 'C. F. HANLON SUBD NO PB. ,1
ATE P 42 LOT 7 8: FRACTL LOT 8.
S .ORB 161/624 1/2 INT FR DIFATTA
S 'MAP '#91;D
*BLK B
$256.22
01481-001 .
NO 1 159 .R-'0291000 S96.12
S" FRETT RAYMOND L, 8: ANN S.
ORB CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
ET AL 4 LOT 4-,. 8: 6 ORB 73/609 8:
AX ROLL) ORB i6/892 FR'SYFRETT
MAP91D BLK 1

$478. E8 01484-05OR
160 RP-02915E00 533,89
.43 .. 5YFRETT RAYMOND L.
8: CENTRAL LANDING SUBD P6 3 PG
4. .PARCEL 'MARKED "NOT INCLUDED
IN THIS PLAT" LYING N OF
BLK 1I LOTS 9 8: 10 BLK 1 ORB 23/609
S (FOR FURTHER. LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

$105.01 01487-002R
1.1 R-0291900 533.89
G, 43 SYFRETT RAYMOND L.
ORB CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4, E 63.46 FT OF LOT 4 ORB
123/156-57 BC FR ANN SYFRETT
AX ROLL) MAPR 91D 8LK 2

01487-003R
2.- 162 R-0292000 131. 6
SM'R2297 S''FRETT RAYMOND L.
Ni l CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG

) I.' LESS- PART OF LOTS 5-* 8 1.6 IN ,
ORB 73/60 8: ORB 73/609 8: ORB
AX ROLL) (FOR. FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
:014[90-O00R
2... uo9 o i 163 R"'02924+0S S113.90
402.93 ROGERS ELMER EUGENE


"'3 CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
: 4.W 'L'Y 100 FT OF LOT 12
N ORB ORB 131/14 FR ROGERS
329 MAP# 91D BLK :
AX ROLL)
01490-003R
i64 R-0292600 S15i8.35
$229.20 SYFRETT RAYMOND L.
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
PB 2 4 LOTS THRU 7 ORB 73/60&9 8:
ORB 123/1E-5-7 BC FR SYFRETT
F1LK 3 MAP# 910 BU:. 3


01494-002R
16E R-0293200 5291.71
SYFRETT RAYMOND 8: ANN S5
CENTRAL LANDING SLUBD PB 3 PG;
4 LOT 17 ORB 73/609
ORB 116/892: FR SYFRETT
BLK 3.
MAP# 91D

i0494--OORk
16.6 R-0293300 5'+:;;I.78
SYFRETT RAYMOND 8: ANN S.
CENTRAL LANDING *SUBD PB 3 PG
4 PARCEL MARKED "PARK" LYING!N
AT E END OF CENTRAL .AVE 8:
ADJOINING LOT 17.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA>( ROLL)

01517-006R
167 R-0296600 HX S1S.2"E:
NUNERY CASEY 8 LA WANDA
S 3 T 4 R 10 .9 AC M/I..
'43 FT ON STONE CREEK ROAD
ORB 133/110 FR TAUNTON
MAP# 74+

01517-01JR
168 R-0297100 '113.90
MESSER EDGAR E. 8: MYRTLE
S 3 T 4 R 10 2.7F-AC BEING
TRACT E,STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED): ORB 59/6441 FR
BROGDON MAP #74
AREA E

0117-019R
S1&9 R-0297500 $87.22
WHITFIELD WILLIE A.
S .3 T 4 R 10 iO AC
BEING TRACT 3 STONE CREEK
ACRES UNRECORDED ORB 131/691 i
FR.WHITFIELD
AREA E "

01 17-030R,
170 R-0298500 E523.43
BRUNT' SUSAN ,
5 3 T. 4- R 10 7.5 AC M/L BEING
TRACT 10 STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) ORB 62/1E FR
MERRITT'LESS 2.5 AC ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01517-125R
171 R-0300200 $165.70
PALMER MAYLON 8: KATHY
S 3 T 4 R 10 1.8 AC M/L BEING
PLOT #3. STONE CREEK. ACRES
(UNRECORDED) UNREC. AA FR
BROGDON
MAP #74, .

OiE17- 130R
172 R-03003:00 ; 5301,.97
MARSHALL DALE 8: TERRI.
S 3 T 4R 10 1.t 4-: M/L BEINGL .
PLOT T12 STONE -FErl ACRES
"* ".JP;F'Oi/'i''. PLAT) ORB 0&/8"7

(FOR FURTHER LEGAL'SEE TAX ROLL)

1Eli7-EsOOR .
173 R-03008o00 HX 3...
STEPHENS JOEY'
S 3 T 4 R 1 3 AC M/L .
PARCEL RECD IN ORB L13071-
18 FR TAUNTON 8: ORB 153/E':.2 .
FR TAUNTON 8:-CLECKLEY'
MAP# 74 .
-0 1'-E- SP
'4 R'-03"090 .-97.'47
HAULL L'.LE T. 8 'HERRY' .
S 3 T .4 R 10 T''AC M/L
S241i'.7FT PARCEL ON STONE MILL
CREEL' P,. ORB .1.32/71.3--IE FR.
TA-UNTO : .
MAP# 74 ., .

1FO F-R -.'H,:',' G L ,-.. / $. $316.O0
LINTON .il', d. ELI-;)bETHN
SS 3' T 4 R'.:10' 4. 1 11,
09'9,17' FT :PAF'"EL IJUiP':. F.A FR
TAUNTONI .. -,::
.MAP# 74 ,' ",. '

S1 ',S P-O ", -o'. 1X" 2. S .S3
FUL WiLL.-iN J 8: E- IDRUN ,-
2 8: 3 T'4 R 10 18,67 AC M/L ,
S1.43 4-. PARCEL 8: B.04 ACN
PH-iRC-EL 1NO0. '2 8: 1.20 AC. IN "
.PRAEL NO. 3 ORB : 4-,"?1- 0
"(FOR FURTHER LEGAL ',EE T.': KLiLL)

0151B-003R
177 R-0301800 H$69.4E
WYMES LONIIE C. 8: PANSEY -
5 -4 T 4 R 10 :2 AC M/L
297. 6 FT ON N. ;I[,D OF STONE .
MILL CREEL. RE. 3EINC PARCL
: NO, 'iP.RB t33' 6-6L FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
01518-004R
178 R-0301900 S69.47
WYMES LONNIE C. "8: PANSEY
S-4-T 4 R.-10 '2 AC M/L ,
S394 FT ON S; SIDE OF' STONE.
MILL CREEK RD'. BEING PARCEL
NO, E 2 Inr OPB 133/i6F'FR
,FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE' TAX ROLL)

01519-001R
179 R-0302300 HX $ 38.39
CLAYTON FRED N. 8: .DARLENE
S 3 T 4 R 10 3.5. AC M/L
ON W SIDE OF LOT 2
UNRECORDED AA FIR BROGDON
MAP# 74 .. AREA. E

01i19-16iSR
180 R-0304300 $122.79
TAUNTON. DAVID L. 8: ABIGAIL
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) 'LOT 14 ORB 137/
832 FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP# 7+ BLK A

01S19-20OR
181 R-030E700 HX 5222.76
HELMS RICHARD K. 8: JEANNIE L.
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 3 8: 4 ORB 137
Y9E7-61 & ORB 137/9O2-66 FR
TAUNTON ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01E'19-330R
182 R-0306700 $260.72.
MILLER HENRY MACK JR
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES "
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4
ORB 149/E14 QC FR MILLER
MAP# 74 BLK E

01E20-001R
183 R-0307100 $441.09
COLLINS RICK" J
S 4 T 4 R 10. 40 AC M/L .
NW/4 OF NE/4
ORB 1E4/IE FR COLLINS
MAP# 74

01E2A-OOIR
184 R-0308200 $87.06
DICKENS RAY
S 4 T 4 R 10 1.33 AC M/L
TRACT #3 STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) ORB 91/482 FR


EDEN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01526-004R
18E R-0308500 S87.22
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W 8: JACKIE L
S 4 T 4 R 10 :1.90 AC TRACT 4
STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) ORB 19/.S14- FR
FIRS'r NATIONAL BANK NORTHWEST
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL!

01528-005R
186 R-0309400 S135.23
FREEMAN LEONARD 5R
5 4 T 4 R 10 2.68 AC M/L
210 X 420 FT PARCEL ORB Ii.9/
25S FR MYERS 8: .66 AC M/L..
OP.B 149/E2:'+ FIR NEAL
MAP# 74


187 R-0313600 $152.113
MILLIONS FRED L
S 10 T 4 R 10 2 AC M/L .
212.12 FT CREEKFRONT; '*13.17'
FT AV DEPTH ORB 158/478-'-480
FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP# 74

01574-100R
188 R-031770Q ,. 231.61
SYFRETT CLAYTON R.
5'14 T 4 R 10 3.03'AC M/L E/2'
OF W/2 OF NE/4 OF 'SE/'' LYING
E OF SR 71; HAVING 670 FT M/L
ON SR 71; 105 FT AV DEPTH ORB
(FOR'FURTHER'LEGAL'SEE TAX ROLL)


015i75-525RB
189 R-0,320200
MC DANIEL ROGER G
S 14if T 4 R 10 LOT E
DEAD LAKES ESTATES SUBD'
ORB 100/999 FR LISTER
MAP# 93B .


S78,34


01578-010R
190 R-0323200 HX $S441.82-
BENNETT HENRY F. 8 RUB'Y' J.
S 14 T 4 R 10 60 0 211.74- X
243.40. FT PARCEL -BEING 75. FT
ON DEAD LAKES ORB 97/75S FR
ALLMOND '
MAP#93B .

:01579'-OOOR
191 R-0323300 6- 20.95
BROGDON MARGUERITE &
S-14'T 4 R 10 i.3 AC'M/L
211.91 FT ON SR 71
ORB 143/65&6-7. FR BROGDON
MAP# 938

01579-10O R. -' '"
192 R-0 324700 HX 's320.87
MORGAN THOMAS J,
DANNY, BROGDON PLAT/ UNREC.
.LOT d11. ORB 153/272-275 FR
BROGDON 8: ORB 158/796 G;C FR
MORGAN
MAP#* 93A ,

01.583-OOOR
193 R-0325400, 243.24
VERNON CARLUS M. JR. ET UX
MEEKS LAKE SUBD .,PB 2 PG A11
LOTS 1 8: .2
MAP #93B
S.. BLK 1".

01626-OO0R
,194 R-0329900 $222.86
GASKIN PHILLIP RUDY
S 13 T 4. R 10 L4 AC M/L PARCEL
REC'D ORB 129/373 FR GASKIN
ON WEST ARM OF DEAD LAK'ES-
MAP #93A


195 P.-03.30 ,v $160.82
BRYANT JOHNNY L.
S.13 T 4 R 10 .41 AC M/L 70
FT ,DEIS. L;'.-ES FRONTwGE, 253.7.
FT AV DEPTH ORB., i4,'71 B Q,- FR
LISm BP. 1- H 1 ,
MAP 93A --. .

01637-01LP
196 -03304.-) "3 ." 'b O.P
BR'.'NViT JOHNI)P,' L`
5 13 T 4 P 10' ,4 AC hl.
70 FT DEAD Lf.-l ES, FP,)NTi. 260
65 F FT AV rl-'P [H ORP 124/716.
. GC FR LISA SP,w r.r .
M-4-Pi 93A

,?1674L-O. ,OF. ..
197 P-0330800 ,376.3-
BPOGC'Or.C M lri-RGLI; I'E i
5 13 T 4 R 0 "
153 Fl1 ON 'BR 71 ORi 39'/7"16 FR
WADE, 8: ORB 133/470 FR SHuLER
,153:FT ON SP '71 8. OR 133/4-70. .
(FOR FURTHER LECGL SEE TM-X ROLL)

016E 1-_4 11OR.
198 R-34;0 .29,89
-, HNJELS EVu- i RRI. 8: DAN T ,
S 13 T 4',R 10 A.'75 X 10i0 FT
LOT UNRECORDED AGREEMENT FR
TAYLOR / I
.MAP# 93A

,16 6 : ,F i '

RESTER DON .C. ET UX "
S 14 T 4, R 10 .52 A.'i/L L
37,14 FT ON DEAD L,-' ES .ORB
80/1040
MAP #193B

01686-003R ., I
200 .R-0337700 HX' $300.9E
MC DANIEL WILLIAM 8: KIM. '.
S 1+ T 4 R 10 .3,E' -AC; M/L LOT
2 BEING 77 FT ON'DEAD LAKES
ORB 88/1031 FR .STOKES-& ORB
139/726-27 FR-STOKES '
MAP# 93B .

01692-GOOOR
201 R-0338600 53338.12
BROGDON ELLIS D SR ET AL
S 14 8: 15 T 4 R 10 95.19'AC
M/L BEING RACE tTRACK SITE ORB
152/249-251 FR DAyIS
(BEING RACETRACK COMPLEX)
MAP# 93B 8: 75 .

01706-00OR
202 R-0340100 s$193.91
BETTIES CHERRIE
S 14 T 4 R 10 REC',D ORB
22/453
MAP# 93B

'0717-002R
203 R-0341500 HX $93.62
FLOWERS LOUIE 8: PFEGGY JUANITA
S 15 T 4 R 10 .51 AC M/L 150
X 150 FT LOT ORB' 141/32 FR .
PARKER & ORB 141133 FR PARKER
MAP# 75

01725-OOOR .
204 R-0342300 HX S84.64
PARKERR THOMAS H. &. BRENDA F.
S 15 T 4 R 10 .51 AC COM AT
NEC OF NE/'+ OF SW/41 S 300 FT
TO POB; S 150 FT) W 1.0 FTs N
150 FT, E 150 FT TO POB ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01726-OOOR
205 R-034'2400 $248.14
DAVIS OTIS JR.
5 1i T 4 R 10 34.16 AC M/L
PARCEL 3 LYING BETWEEN SR 22, &
OLD SR 22 ORB 1.2/246-248 FR
DAVIS
MAPt 75

01729-050R
206 R-0342900 533.89
SIMS DANIEL 8: BETTY
5 15 T 4 R 10 100 3, 75 FT LOT
IN NW/4 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 ORB
94/75-8 C FR MEYERS
MAP N 75

01733-000R
207 R-034'3300 $72.68
BYRD PORTIA
S 15 T '+ R. 10 2 AC 250 FT LOT
IN SW/4 OF SE/4 4 OF OLD
P.ANAMA ROAD REC' 'D ORB 148/286
FR VICTORIA PRICE
MAP# 74

01735-001R
208 R-0343700 328.82
SIMS DANIEL
S 15 T 4+ R 10 .1:3 AC A LOT 5O
BY'' 100 FT.REC'D ORB 94/690
'ECD FROM DAWSON
MAP #75


____ ~_ ___ ___I_ ____ 1_ ___ _I


i


THE STR'AR.PRSTJO.Fa

















017v9-0OOR
299 R-03+6100 iL'+7.99
SOWELL CAROLE T 8:
S 22 T 4. R 10 2 AC PORTION OF
W/2 OF W/2 OF NE/4 OF NE/4-
LYING N OF SR 22 ORB 1/681 .
FR NATIONAL INSURANCE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL .SEE TAX ROLL)

01761-000R
210. R-0346300 HA 927.38
MONTFORD THOMAS E 8: FRANCES
S 22 T 4 R 10 3.5 M/L
ALL OF E/2 OF WZ: OF NE/4
LYING N OF SR 22 ORB i5E1/152-
153 FR HANSON
.MAP# 75

01768rO2ER
211 R-034+7E00 HX. S196.8'+
JONES MARY .LE-E
S 23 T 4I R 10 .5 AC M/L BEING
LOT E OF AN UNRECORDED SURVEY
FOR LISTER ORB 124+/1026 FR
LISTER
MAP# 93'C

01768-040R ..
212 R-0347700 HX S1E1,42
THOMAS CYRIL R, 8: PATRICIA H.


S 23 T 4+ R 10 .8
i0O- 218 FT BEING
UNRE'C. SURVEY "ORB'
LISTER .
MAP# 93C


AC /L
LOT 8,
34 /E27 FR


S01768-00R
213 -R-0327900 HX
JONES PATRICIA
'S 23 T 49 R 10 AC M/L
BEING LOT 10 OF AN UNRECO
SURVEY FOR LISTER ORB 1
600 FR LISTER
MAP# :93':

01780-OOOR
214 R9-0349100 FHX
DAVIS OTIS, JR. 8: DEBORAF
S:2 .T 4 R 10 5E2/3 AC: FH:
ORB 96/611 PARCEL #3 FinOr
KEMP
MAP #75

01780-002R
215 R-0349300
DAVIS OTIS JR. ET. X
5 22 8: 23 T 4t R 10 60 AC
REC'D ORB 72/&94 PARCELS
2 8: ORB 75/590
MAP #7 ,8: 93C


01785-000R
21 & R-0349800 .
MC NEALEY .FLORENCE
, 23 T 4 R 10 LOT. OF
OF LOFTIN LOT 78 FT.
FT. ORB 82/37
MAP #93C"


01833-000R
231 R-0357200 %140,5"
FAISON PHILLIP
S 23 T 4- R 10 1.17 ACRES
REC'D ORB 74/30 (LIFE ESTATE)
LESS ORB 41/506 TO RUTH
FAISON
MAP# 93C

01835E-OOR
232 R-0357400 l1761i3
BASS MARY
S 23 T 4 R 10 72 FT LOT IN
NWC OF E/2 OF NW/4 OF NW/4. OF
SECT 23 ON HWY 22 REC'D ORB
86/104+8
MAP #93C

0.1860-0OOR
233 R-0360200 i13' 473
WYMES LONNIE C 8: PANSY
S 23 T 4- R 10 A 60 X 100 FT .
LOT OFF OF DAVIS LOT ORB
142/68e-86 FR-BYRD ET AL
MAP" #93C'

01863-00OR
234 R-0360400 533.89
WILLIAMS JESSIE LEE
S 3 T 4 R' 10 1 AC
IN NW/4 OF NW/4- .REC'D ORB
118/288 FR FISHER
MAP# 93C:


01883-00OR
235 R-0362300 199.88
GREENE JACQUELINE P
S 2'+ T 4 R 10 176 FT.,
'$2365E9 FRONTAGE ON SR 22 (SECOND
PARCEL) ORB 15/158i-159' FR
:.' P.RIDGEON
)RDED MAP# 93,
130/
01i883-001R
236 R-03624"00 .i80.857
GREENE JACOUELINE P .
S '24 T 4 R 10 1 ACRE M/L LOT.
5643.06. IN NWi/4 ORB 82/669 (THIRD.
I R PARCEL)
..-,N, MAP# 930

0188'+-010 R
237 R-0362900 S2759.26
TAUNTON DAVID L. 8: ABIGAIL.. J.
S' '24 T 4 R 10 E3& ACi M/L.
BEING 893,7i FT ONt E R/W SR 7i1'
1".3,10 ORB 87/875 FR SPENCER; ,
RI'CHARDSON; BOLGIANO.. ORB 137/,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


S140.57

LAND S.
BY 102


01.785-O10R "
217 R-03EOO0. S103,.69
JONES P.RBERT L.
SS 23 T 4 F Iv 7X 237,5 FT
SOF LOT FR MCNEALY ORB 60/776
MAP# 93 .

01785-030R -
218 R-030300.', 107.86
MC. NEALY FLOPREN:.t.
S 23 T 4 R 10 1.,3 AC E "'YD.
X 8E YD.,LOT'FROM HUNTLEY IN
ORB S9/1+0 LESS 50' X 100
LOT TO JONES IN ORB 81/E24


01791-002R .
219 R-03E0800 HX S133.60
ATKINS B.RLIUE W. 8: BI4RBHR J "
S 23 T 10 D I:.1 AC M/L
LOT. 10 & ADJ. PARCEL AUNREGO .i'
'FR HOMER "ATKIL, &8: .8233 AC
M/L FR BRENDA-JOY WILSON .
MAP# 93C'

01791-'0"OR
220 R-03t400' HA '' 476.22
MC' DANIEL MARY LOIS
5 23 T 4 -R 10 5 .AC M/L BEING
TRACT '6 GRIFFIN FARM
UNREORDED-PLAT .
MAP# 93C

0'1793-OO0R .
221 R9-0352100. S98.23
GRIFFIN DWIGHT H. 8: .KA'YRL
S 23 T + R 10 ,27.1 ACRES ALL
THAT PART OF NW/4 OF SE /4
LYING N OF' SR 22 8: W 1/2 OF
SW/+ OF NE/- 'LYING BETWEEN .
IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX:.ROLL)

01803-001R
222 R-033000 5 73.84F
SEMMES GLENN' H. ': BROOKS F. -
C L MORGAN.S ADDN TO
WEWAHITCHKA FLA UNIT NOONE
PB 2 PG 33 LOT.5 ORB 120/287,
FR LISTER
(FOR r ilIHI :R LEGAL. SE E TAX ROLLL)

S01807-'000
223 R-03E3600 327.2:.
BROGDON MARGUERITE 8: JAY
C L MORGAN'S'ADDN TO
WEWAHITCHKA FLA -'- 1 NO ONE-' :
PB.2 PG 33,LOT i'ORB 101/153 ::
FR. WARNER 8: ORB 102/7+24 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

0181-3-OOR
224 .R-0343.00 HFI S72,62
C L MORGAN'S ADODN TO "
WEWAHITCHKA FLA UNIT NO ONE
PB 2 PG -33 LOT E ORB 1i:19/00
FR ADAMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX' ROLL)

0181E-00OR
22E R-034+EO0 S130.197
TOOLE GARY
C L MORGAN'S ADDN .-TO
WEWAHITCHKA FLA UNIT NO ONE
P8 2 PG 33 LOTS 7' 8: 8
ORB 142/1:22-23 FR TOOLE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0181&-OOOR'
22.5 R-03O4600 .' 445.69
JACKSON.JOSEPH L
S 23 T R 10
ORB 123/728 FR FISHER 8: LESS
.f5 AC M/L ORB i'+2/78 TO
-JOSEPH LEE JACKSON.
MAP# 93C. .

01820-00-. a
227 R-035E40+ HX S652.23
RANSBURGH GREER, C 8 RUSSELL H -
S 23 T 4- R 10 13 AC M/L
THAT PART OF SE/4 OF NW/4.
LYING N SR 22 ORB 1'+2/850
FR MC EACHIN
MAP# 93C

01824-00OR
228 R-03E5700 -2283.69
MC KELVIN GEORGE III S: MICHEAL
S 23 T 4 R 10 5 AC ORB 60/13:2
FR KIRKLAND
MAP #93C

01826-OOER
229 R-0355900 69,4E5
ATKINS JUDGE ET AL
S 23 T 4 R 10
LOT 1i UNREC WILLIE BASS
SURVEY ORB' 1i57/572-S73 BC FR
CLERK OF COURT
MAP# 93C

01826-018i
. 230 R-0356100 HX 5153.91
WRIG-T, GEORGIA
5 23 T '+ 4Rt 10
LOT 3) UNREC WILLIE BASS
SURVEY ORB 130/659 FR BASS
MAP# 93C'


238, R-0367100 H)( '28'
GAINOUS BETT .
S 24 T 4 R 0 .37 AC- 137 X
2'8Oi7 FT LOT ORB 89/397 FR
GAINOUS
MAP# 930

01936-OOOR
239 R-0369200 S29
BROGDON MARGUERITE
5 24+T 4 R 10 2/ ACRE A LOT
100 :BY 1.6E FT. ORB 75/268
FROM TRIPLE LINk INC':.
MAP# 93D .


.01957-000R-
24+0 R'-0 1 .,.';. '
R,-mEP P.:7,6 i T IE JR
S-4 T I F 1 : 50 X 10 F
AT NEC OF.INTERSECTION 0
71 8: COMMERCE AVE BEING
DPUGETOPE WEWA FLORIST
FOP F,.' TI-lif, LEGAL SEE T7

01974-OOR .
24'+1 R-0373300 '
BATEMAN JAMES L. 8:, REBECI
MACKS ADDN TO .JEI.IHHI TU4Ii.
.1 PG 14E ,E 1-E Fr 0f L,:.Tr
4 '+ LYING SOUTH IOF SF .. 11
SS 18,1 FT OF E 12E. T ,:F
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T,

01.992-000R
2'+2 R-037100 5. S
THORNE Pi.Ir4'iLL C1:
'1 AL Or rl r wEi. I-iH. Flt ,
V PG i'+. LOTS 30 : 31. 8: N.
LOT 29 (DRIVE-IN) ORB.1'
FR BARLOW (BEING WEWAB E'
(FOR ,FURTHER LEGAL SEE _T

01994-00OR
24'3 R-0375300
'CANNING DR. H. Be EST.
MACKS ADDN TO WEW"HI T:MH.,
1 P 1+'.BEGIN AT SWC. OF L
3L FuN I .30 FT, E 80 FT S
Fl W 80 FT TO BE.-
MAP #94+A

02000-0o0R
244 R-0376000
':CHANCE REBA D
MACK'S ADDITION TO.WEWA
PB 1 PG+ 4
N/2 LOTS142 +8: 143 ORB, 14
FR CAPPS
MAP#' 94 n

02001-ODOR
24 -.R-0376100
DANIELS DAN T.
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA
1 PG 14 5/2 OF LOTS 142 8&
ORB 121/239 FR. CANNING
MAP# 94A

020i-OOOR .
2476 R-0 37.7i00 HX
HUTCHINSON COLIN J JR :I L
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA
PB i PG 14
LOTSf-21 83, E4'5 8 6
8: 87 ORB 1442 /798-801 AA
,FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA.

02038-000R
2497 R-0379900 HXN
MARSHALL DALE'C 8: TERRI R.
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA
i PG 14 LOTS P 149. 1iO, 1i
_*1E2-: & 153 ORB 147/403-'4"
FR RISH
MAP#S 94A

02089-002R
2'+8 R-03389000
PICKRON JAMES H 8: MERTIA
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD
1 PG 1i LOT 21 ORB 143/30.'
WEWA STATE BANK
MAP# 93D


02106-OOOR
249 R-0 386800
PRIDGEON FAY F
GULF COUNTY LANE' CO. SUBE'
LOTS 1 2, 3, 4 8: W 22,S I
OF 1 &, 1.7 8: 18 PB ,1 PG 11i
ORB 6&/8i0 SC FR KENNEDY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA!

.02173-026R
280 R-0396400
SEMMES GLEN H. 8: BROOKS F
HOMEWOOD PB 3 PG 16
LOT 10 oQRB 134/1:20 FR
MCLEMORE'S TRUST
BLK E
MAP# 94B


02178-000R
2B1 R-0397700 HX s8!+3 -0v
,BROGDON ELLIS DOYLE ET UX
S 25 T '+ P. 10 2.98 AC REC'D
ORB 74/04i FROM LISTER
PULPWOOD
MAP 9+94A

02217-100R
252 R-0402200 387.11
WAUGH SHIRLEY L
5 2 T 4 R 10
95 X 100 FPT LOT
OROB 14/69I 5F WEEKS
IMAP* 9t4A


0:2324-OOR
253 R-04,56300 4+75.73
WEEKS RUTH ANN
ALDERSONS ADDITION PB 1 PG 1
LOTS 4+3., 4+' LESS E 70 FT
URB 121/6: -0 R'LTI-i AI.iN WEEtK
(LIFE ESTATE RESERVED.') &: ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

02339-1I0R
2S4- .R-0'+17'+0 :62,.04'
WHITFIELD MICHAEL WI
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHIKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOT 9
MAP# 9'+A
B L L.I: 1

02340-0<:0R
2!5 R-0'"I 7 J.7 ( 5'77
WHITFIEEI...D. SARAH J
RISH ADDITION TO WEI AHITCHIK:.A
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOTS :10 :
11
MAP# 9+4A
BLK 1

0:23'+i--0001. 9 .
R0'170 6707'9 T
TAUNTON DAVID'L 8: ABIGAIL J
.RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOT 1
ORB ii+/379 FR EST. OF LUCY P
RISH .. ,.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)..

023E6-001R
25.7 R-0'+21600 SE.5iO
RAY MARTHA N.
CLECKLEY'S ADDN UNIT NO, 1
LOT 12 ORB 9'+/i'64 FR. SWATTS
& MOORE PB 2 PG 17
MAP# 94+A
LBLK 1

02371-000oR
88 R-04ic23400 $130.9"97
SUBER WILLIAM G
CLEg:.LEYS ADDN UNIT NO. :
LOTS '+4 .. 6. PB 2 :PG 37
. LESS 10 X S0' TRI -Il', F-i r Ti011
OF LOT 4 ORB 142/932. TO PITTS
(FOR FURTHER .LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


02377-O2F R
259 R'-0+2:I000
MC GHEE DEBORAH
CLECKLEYS ADDN UNIT'
:I PB 2 PG 37
ORB i30/427 FR WOTHI'
MAP' 9A '


+ .0'+


1.77


02377-003R
260 R-0424100 '
WARD DAVID
'*I.E.:I LrI. ADDiN UMITT INO..
1. 68 c :i'5 : P B" 2 -,. '. -



02385-002R
261 R-042I5100
PHELPS ii il,.iii i- ET U(
HARDENS L' 1. I "TO I '
WEWAHITCHKA UNIT ir ie r i
22 LOT 6 ORB-86/963
MAP# A A ...


8. :, E.L

i_ ." 2:' LOT "



1,i. i .. '


61,86


02492-OOOR
.275 R-0444700
ADDISON BRENDA
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PIG 3 LO
ORB 107/142 FR ADDISON
MAP #m94B

02496-OOOR
276 R-04'+EI00
GRAY CHARLES EDWARD
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LO
ORB 87/880
MAP #9948

02497-000
277 R-0'+'+4:20 HHX
JONES RANDOLPH &8 BRENDA
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LO
20Q 21 ORB '+4/'+38 FR
MINCY
MAP# 91+B BL.:

02497-001R
"278 R-04'+1'.300 HX
ADDISON EMERISON 8: JOHNNI
WILLIAMSBURG. SUBDIVISION
PB i PG 3
LOTS 22 a :23
ORB i40/40 FR WILLIAMS
MAP# 941B.
024+98-000R
279 R-0'1+55'00
FOSTER MARGARET ELIZABETH
WILLIAMSBURG PB S IPG'3 LO"
MAP #94B


02500-OGOR
280 R--O'+'+E700
FOSTER MARGARET
WILLIAMSBURG PB
311 32 8: 33
MAP #(948


ELI:ZABETH
1 PG 3 LO


0:201-OOOR'
281' R-0'4.+18 33
WILLIAMS ROOSEVEL.T
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOT 3+
MAP #99'B BLK I


02O06-OOOR. .
82 .-.R:-O'+' 300
BRITT DAVIED L.1
WILLIAMSBLURG PB
8: 2 .
MAP #94:1.


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE
026&6-OOOP.
'65F,89: 300 R-0'+59800
BRAMLETT CLAUDE H. : SHE
IT I1l 5S 36 T '+ R 10 LOTS 32i, 3
3.1 IN LESTERS SUBDIVISIC
BLK B (UNRECORDED) ORB 34/340-
LCONNELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 1
S33,89

rT 19 02619-000R
301 R-'046O100
B MEREDITH RUBY, NELL 8: TEP
5 36 T 4 R. 10 LOTS 16, 1-
BLK 3 LESTERS SUBDIVISIC]
'165&.66 (UNRECORDED) REC'D ORB S
FROM O'BRYAN
TS MAPi 9HD0

02619-001R
S302 R-0'460200
BRAMLETT C...AUDE I, 8: H 51-E
-5 36 T '4R 10 LOTS 29,; 3
$291,0:!. 31 BLK: 4 LETTERS SUBDIVI
E K. (UNRECORDED) BEING 90 .X
FT MIL REC'D ORB 134/34'+0
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

02629-061R
303 R-0"-63200 I -
WEBB 'CORY M. 8 LESIA K4
SMITC.HELL MANOR SUBD,
'33"89 UNRECORDED LOT 10 .: AC:
T 29 ORB 112/287 FR BROGDON
BLI':MAP# 94'E ..
RLK B
02&80-OOOR
30 : R-0O-66000
9. "+.'.." -1rIT i H KENNETH H-
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OF E/2 OF SE'/4 OF SEY-' ORB
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02846-00OR9
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$238.42 02914-OOOR
3:21 R.-05ii300 S:
3 PG 1s PATE JAMES M-. 8: WANDA S5
SHOP S TEBEL.'S HEIGHTS SU50EPS F
53 LOTS 9 8: 10 ORB 91/313 F
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322 R-0513300 $I
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334 F-)e..O S425.06
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(.FOR. FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


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337 R-OE'+7400 $4858.51
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONE,'Y BAYOU SUBED PB 1 PG r4
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88/94-6 FR MONEY BAYOU; BEACH
CORP ORB 94./932 FR GARBER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

031'+8-0O0R
338 R--0548000 '375.06
WYNN JULIUS
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG 4+9
LOTS 12 8: 13
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BLK E

03154-000R
339 R-0S48500 S309.49
BROWN WILLIEL. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT NO. 2
ALL BLK.1i LESS LOTS .1 2, 4'
8: 5 ORB 88/946 FR MONEY .BAYOU
BEACH C ORP OFFICIAL RECORD
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL-SEE TAX ROLL)


031E7-OOOR 0
340 R-o054-8860 771.80
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL .
MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT NO, 2
ALL OF BLOCK ORB 88/9'+6 FR
MONEY BAYOU BEACH CORP ORB
94/932.FR GARBER PB 2 PG 28
S3'+.4 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


03i69-030R
341 R-0550300
DUVAL JEFFERY PARKS
S 14 T 9 R 10 .
LOT 3 OF AN UNRECORI'ED
PLAT BY NANCE
MAP# 108


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03171-04OR
342 R-0552300 S448.19
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT 8:
5 15 T 9 R 10 81i AC M/L
775.33 FT ON SR 30; 500 FT
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "A" IN ORB
100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03171-080R
3+3 R-0SS24-00 $120.27
BUCHANAN J,. VINCENT 8:
S 1E T 9 P. 10 1.674- AC M/L
i42. 28 FT ON SR 30'5E00 FT
DEPiH BEING FARCEL "B" IN ORB
100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03171-060R
34'+- R-0552600 19E.32
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT
5 i T 9 R 10 2.,88 AC M/L
Si"O FT LAGOON FPROI'T.i 3'E.
1PEPTH BEII'G PAiRCEL.. "E"
II ORB 160/912 GC FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL t .EE TAX ROLL)

03171-149ER
348" R-0O3800 S131.68'
E'IERKSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
INDIAN LAGOON
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1,i35/705-720 FR WILSON FIN.,
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346 R-0553900 131.;
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ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP# 908

03171-'iER
397 R-0554000 5i31.
.DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
INDIAN LAGOON
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ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90B

03171-i60R
398; R-0554100. S131.
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &
: INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 12
ORB i35/70E-720' FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90B

03i71-615R
3919 R-055200 S131.6
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 13
ORB i.3E/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
SMAPtt 90B

03171-320R .
350 R-0557100 131.
LEWIS C:LHUD ,. B.
INDIAN 'LAGOON
ESTATESIUPiPE.;JR[EEDI LOT 4.3
CONTAINING 1,i.3 AC M/L ORB
111/64-65 FR WOODMERE-
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX. ROLL

03171--70R
3" 1.R-05584.00 S737.1
DIERPSHE-DEMELV-IN 8. 5738
"S IE T 9' R 10 20.276 AC M/L
1743.66 FT ON SR 30 ; 500 T
DEPTH BEING P.RL-EL "2". ORB
13E/701-9 FR WILLON FIN. ,LF.:P.
MAP# 90A"

03171-E2E5R :
S 32 R-05E9000 .i -.
PAN GULF CORP.
5 E1 T 9- R 0o .
250 FT LAI:.'ON FRONT
ORB 152.'9E-'i89 FR .GIBSON
MAP'# 90A .,

03172-060R.
3E3 R-0&0100.. S229.9:
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300 FT ON SR 30; E (,4.3 FT AV
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "D", IN'ORB
100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERI
(FOR FUhTHIER LEGAL 5EE Ti,-- RULL

03178-OOOR 7 : '
3!4 R-OEtOOO'" $7,782.8:
BROWN WILLIE L. 1-T AL .
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3 ; -, 3, O.?4 13 iS .TRVEiI-,'E OFPT'i
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03i80-4R- .
356 F- E8E.' .
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(Ur4RE.COP,DED,) LOT 3 EIrG ;'
1. :-.3 FT FRON'. ALE *- i C:. [*.
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03180-420R ,
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03180-51ER'P.
359 R-0570'+00 '282.82
PILCHER WILLIMrl '.
TREASURE *-HOPr:S F-IRST
ADDITION (UNRECORDED) LOT 23
BEING. 01.7. FT FRONT ON CO
2 RED 30 52 H.' DEPTH ORB
117,36-3- FR L.E. 3QSEY
03f8E-OOOR
360 R-'E-'" .
GLENN 8: '.' t EH5 .
S 20 T 9 R 10' ORIG GOVT LOT 3
8: LOT 6; LYING S OF SR 30...
LESS SOLD 8 PORTION OF ORIG
GOVT LOT 2 8: LOT 7) LESS SOLD
(FOR! FURTHER ..EC:-,L fEE TAX ROLL)Y


0318S-004R
361 R-0371200
NYHAN THOMAS C,
S 2: T 9 R 10 100 FT
FP.O'T. 1077 FT DEPTH
91/694-FR MC CLUNG'
MAP# 72D .


$994.06

C/ULF
M/L ORB


0318E-006R "
362 R-0714400 $994.06
SABO JERALD S.
5 20 T 9 R 11 100 FT GULF
* FRONT; Jv. i-T E[.FPT.I M/L ORB
107/381-2 FR MARTIN
MAP# 72D

0318S-009R
363- R-0571700 $ 994.06
PRESTWOOD NELSON M .
* 20 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 1093 FT DEPTH M/L ORB
1E3/606 FR ANDERSON
MAP# 72D0

031S5-01OR
"364 R-0571800 S99'+.06
NY'HAN NADINE J. '
S 20 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT: 1090 FT AV..DEPTH ORB-
87/343
MAP# 72D

03185-050R
365 R-0573600 S122,79
GLENN 8: VICKERS
S 20 T 9 R 10 100 FT LOT ON
LAGOONj BEING MARSH LANDE N -
OF SR 30 B 8: ORB 97/497 BC FR
VICKERS
MAPR" 72D

03186-000R
366 R-0E73700 $1613.48
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN Q. ET AL
S 20 T 9 R 10
639.34'FT PARCEL ORB 117/1057 -
FR WILSON FINANCIAL CORP.
LESS 8 LOTS IN UNREC SUBD
MAP# 720

.03191-000R
367 R--0E78600 $1,883.1:l.
GLENN 8: VICKERS
S 22 T 9 R 10 ORB 97/497 GC'
FR VICKERS LESS ORB 98/292 TC.
LEWIS 8: 'LESS ORB 98/295 TO
LEWIS
MAP' 90E,


03191-001R
68 368 R-0578700 S994.06
MORGAN WILLIAM T. ET UX
5 22 T. 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 908 FT AV. DEPTH FR
GLENN ORB 84/368
MAP# 90D

03191-002R
369 R-0E78800 $2/207.61
68 LITTLE VICTORIA D0.
S 22 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 891 FT DEPTH M/L ORB
129/822 FR JOSEY
MAP# 900

0319i-003R
370 R-0578900 s994106
THOMAS JOE W. ET AL
68 5 22 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 867 FT DEPTH M/L ORB
89/90 FR JOSEY & ORB 98/748
1/2% TO THOMAS
MAP# 90D

03191-007R
371 R-OE79300 $1238,55
LAMONTE CHARLES V.
68 S 22 T 9.R 10 125 FT GULF
FRONTj 695 FT DEPTH M/L ORB
87/2 FR GLENN
MAP# 90D

03191-020R -
372, R-0580600 S994.06
BURKERT KENNETH 8: PATRICIA
5.22 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
:8 FRONT; 470 FT AV DEPTH M/L
ORB 153/171-172 FR KALBAUGH
'iAP# 90D

03192-004R
373 R-OE82900 S394+.91
) BOTH ROBERT Kf 8: SHARON
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO 1
PB 1 PG 98 LOT 4
ORB 119/965 FR CREAMER
MAP# 90D .
"' l'' .r" ". BLK 0 *

.03193-OR
37. R-05834+00 3 ..1 i.
,MCKNIGHT:WIL,.IS S .
INDIAN PE.i 6bEAC.H GROUP NO -
PB. PG 4E LOT .?, ORB 75/"335
& ORB 1409247 QC *FR MC KNIGHT
MAP# 900
S .. BL 0 .


;c l -',.''OR i" .

GALLOWAFY --I HPLES H.8- BEI'H4 ,
INDIAN' PASS BEA'-.H Gi-.OUIJ N),. 1 .
PB 1 .P.G +8 T-07 16 ORB. 14/880
: FR C .LLJ.L','
; P ', BLK 0

*03204-020R
376 p-o383000t'O *'1l67.,'4
"GOIER JANIS.L H,'r./,"MI -rELL )
INE 4iN PASS BE-.:H GROUP NO. 1
PB P. r4 LOT 11 ORB 97,407
S F MITCHELL '.
', l,4P 1i90D ..,. Lt.i1 B


377 p-O '-,-I:. i.Ls:.372.92,
: THOI I.-S L-ELI .' ,C l- r I L T j'
) I ,LI .14N P.-' : F1".1l"H '-,i'11.i- Ih' ." 1
PE. 1 P--, 'f LO, 1 C'"..B *?b/'26E
r' i-i R l9'.ji BLK Q i


39 R-,.,.- ,,o HX ..'.'. s$190.3
E'WinRD[S JEP',' 5.,
': llI4.14N -S'S BEi1ACH GROUP NO. 1
PB 1 PDC 4 LOT L 1 ..
". hnP '49.31' EL "SLK S -



LWI-. PD' JE.f ':. .
rIN IN F, BEE'"CH GROUP NO, 1
F6 1 Pi: 4( LT' -.
MAP ;. ..


03274-070P, .
380 R-06016O 0 ..8'" S4.4
HICKS' ,:,8- SI ET .UX
5 11 T 4 F 1 L C' L A': 'L
PR. PCEL RE:'D 'RP6 ,Ri ./870 FR '
* HICKS LESS ORB, J 34 iB1 TO
WALDROP
NI-IPL 38E'

2. 7 '-
S 3-1 F- -i':-1 1 5191.9!
i rAirpL.E',' C-.i l EL .G.
1- T 4F P li 3.08 AC ,'1/L ..1i
-X B'9 FT OH E SIDE OF KEMP RE'
ORB 135.'14 FP BROWN
"-' M P' tt? r .'...

03324-101tP "
38. P.-Ot 19f'>0 147,.9
STEELE AL 8- C-YNTHTAt
SS .24 T. I- I 3 i' : 1' M. L
PARCE'L "-':'E, Il i .EL ~,P '.,' ,-b
FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP 42 ,

S 3. :3 l .. i"
383, R-06.19800 ... 89.38
.TLUII4TON l', IL' ET AL .
5 1 ? T F F 11 'SuIiSMlNE' ACRES
S'I.RECOR.ELI.. LOT 10" .9 AC
i '. ML .* "'' '
MAP#2 '

C"'. 4 -t 99. '.., 3C
STEVENS EUGENE P 3 i.E'4-iF'.n.
SS 13 T E P 1 SUNSi-.iniE i- .E:
(UPE--COiPL'DEK- LOT 11 .96 AC
'M/ MI ORB '148/822 FR TAUNTON
ET AL .
N-S MAPR # 42


03330-i20QR
;38e R-0622400% S. i 11.1
HARLAND LENA
SS 13 T T R 11 1.347 AC M/L
210 'X '-- .4- FT *E -ir-.G PARCEL
NO. i1 N UNREC SUB ORB 194/4
830-3.L i-. FR CARR ET AL
MAP#' 42


03030-140OR
38 1 R-0622600
PEIFFER BRIAN R
S 13 T E R 11
20 )X .20 BEING
UNREC SUBD ORB
' CARR ET AL
'MAP# 42


7


1. 4(4


1. S33.33

2.0:2E AC M/L
LOT E OF.AN
142/312 FR


03331-OIR
387 R-0622900 $SO.358
KNOX PAMELA
S 13 T E- R 11
LAND BEING 300 FT ALONG W SIDE
OF 'DANIELS RD) LAND LYING 8:
BEING IN SW/4 OF SW/4 FR
(FOR' FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TAX. ROLL)

03337-00OR
388 R-0623800 S256.19
RAFFIELD RICHARD
S. 13 T 5 R 11 6.85 AC PART OF
NW/4 OF NW/4 LYING E OF CO RD
REC'D ORB 11'/930 8; 931 FR
RAFFIELD LESS ORB 18/1036 TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03337-OEOR
389 R-0624400 'S235.93
DAVIS MITCHEL GARY
S 13 T 5 R.11 3 AC M/L
rREEKFRONT PARCEL REC'D IN
ORB 1E5/627 FR BARBEE
MAP# 42

03340-030R
390 R-0629300 $129.45
HOLLAND ROBERT L.
CREEKVIEW.ESTATES, UNREC
LOT 6 ORB 129/12-14 FR C,::i-RFi
ET AL
MAP# 942 BLK A


03340-07ER
391 R-0629EOO $16'+.23
HALL JAMES C 8: PATRICIA E
5 23 T R 11
ORB 159/802 FR CARA ET AL
MAP# 4+2


03346-OOOR
392 R-0631200
HAMMON GWENDOLYN L.
S 23 T 5 R 11 3 AC REC')
8/1E?
MAP 442

03360-00OR
393 R-0632500 HX
COLE CLYDE GREGORY 8: DEE
S 23 T 5 R 11 2.5 AC S./
E/2 OF NE/+ OF SW/'+ OF
ORB'111/393 FR TRISCH
MAP 2 .

03391-026R
391. R-064+3700
BROWNELL JANICE 8: MARGAR
.5 31 TE R P.11 1,75 AC 20
250 X 273 X 280 FT ORB 1
FR PLAYER ESTATE
MAP #13C

03392-0iER
395 R-064E000
SOLARSKYJ STANISLAW,
5 31 T E. Rii ,
170 X 26,0 FT PARCEL ORB
843-45 AA, FR HARDYE" :
MAP#-

0335't-3'LF
3 i h -"';,- '6' ,0
FELS JOSEPH ET UX
S 31 T S R 11 4.6 AC REL-
ORB 72/599 FR PATRIC'. 3'
570 FT
MAP #13C

0339'+-4OS3R
397, R-:0646700 HX
GILBERT JIMMY' EARL
S 31 T 3'R 11 1,37 AC 17
350 FT LOT REC'D ORB 80/
MAP #13

030i-0660R
398 R-064+7900
RAFFIELD .RICHARD
5 32 T E R 11 0.39 AC' 12
i'+0 FT 'ORB 115/99- FR
RAFFIELD E
MAP# 13pE

,03'406-'1t "
299 .R-0648800
BLANKENSHIP ERNEST E.
5 31 T 5'P 11 1 .2 -C M/
X 33- FT Il-'Ri:EL iEC' 'OR
127/108 FP GRIFFIN
M.A 'P#-3':

S, 0390-l7R 7-
* .4,'(0 F 0,iiC"j Th
THWE..TT JOHN T. 8: SANIDA
3 3 T S- R 11 'EAST -CANAL
ACRES, UNRECORDED SUBDIV
LOT 16 ORB 177/131 0.' FR
-' BU SON '


0340.3-0CP ; :
401 P-06'140
rIC DUFFIE JAMES 'J. 8: ni-iR(
5 3- T E R 11 .47 A,: 1i
180 FT LOT ORB 92//'39 FR
BLO[.WOR FH .


03417-aOOR .,.,? : .
40-" R-06.3LOO 3EO.8E
H: HHNNh J'-HN T,
S 3. T R 11t 1 ,-i EEC 4Tr NWC
OF SW/"4 OF SW'4 OF SECT; RUN
5 420 FT TO FOB TH P.UN 5 -ZiC' I
FT TH E 210 FT TH" N -1' FT TH
(FOR FUHTI-ER I.EGHL IEE T -tROLL iL'

03420-OOiR
403 R-0653000 liVa.03
COSGCROVE THOMAS J,'
"S .32 R P11 1.19 C DEED
REC'D ORB 57/391


.34-6-F.OPR
q +04 R-06&E700 '218.136.
BRIDGES DOIJGLIS B SR
S 33 T 5 P1i .3 4C MN/L,
LIJNREC. PLPT) 10? iC ..'-0 FT
LOT ORB '133/919 FR ':-RR
MTAP# 27C

' -34 F '
+'s) P-0 ?7 '..o() : Il


BRIDGE DCI GL- B ,.JR J .R
S 3- TE R.1,i .53 AC M/L
105 0L FT -.L IOF E 1'1 3,929
FR ,-iRP
9 34- '


WENGOR. INC. .
33: T 5 R 1. i 'IE1i31 AC MN/L
PI -R.:LL REC' D ,ORB 1.13/ :139-'4o.
' FR' 'CAPR '. .
M" H Pti _7' i '.


03438-010R
407 R-06E9E00
-IPMEN "014-HL, L.
AETiPPOi RIDOE SUBD
iUNF.ECORD'ED) LOTS 3.
7 /69 .
M -iP ..

U3439-(,SOF, .
4':8 R-t'-591')0
4-P.MS RONIW-i. L.
'WET-4PPO RIDGE SUDE'
(.UNRECORDErr) LOT:, i;
93/67 LIFE EST4TEF DEE
ARMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGrIL SE

03440-CCuOR
409 R-065.9700.
H.-ImUriN Wi LNrC,,iL','I
wETMPPO RIDGE SUBD"
UNRECORDED) '-OT'; 4b
88/591 BC FR WHITFIEL
MAP 1#27C

03134-OiOR"
410, R-0664900 HX
B:ARFIELD RICHARD D 8:1
S 35-T 5 8 11 N/2 OF
NE/4 OF NW/.'+ LYING W
386 ORB 147/419 FR RA'
MAP#, 43

03460-0'+OR'
411 R-0665600
TALLEY FOSTER T. JR.
S 35T E R 11 CREEKWO(
UNRECORDED SUBD) LOT
FT WETAPPO CREEK FRON'
AV DEPTH ORB 140/335-
(FOR FURTHER. LEGAL SEI

0346"0-070PR
412 R-0666100
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. IN
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWO
UNREC. SUBD) LOT 14 8:
ORB 127/434-36 FR MEX
CORP.
'MAP# 43

034960-305R
413 R-066800
MEXICO BEACH CORP
CREEKWOOD UNIT NO. 3
LOT E
ORB 33/066 FR MEX-ICr
CORP.

03460-31 OR
414 R--066S600
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. IN'
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3> UNRI
LOT 6
MAP#R 43


* 03460-31R
415 R-0668700 $24.99
RITCH ELECTRIC CO.- INC.
CREEKWOOD UNIT 31 UNRECORDED
LOT 7
MAP# 93'


03460O-37ER
S93,63 91,6 R-0669700 $91.69
JONES JOE 8: CAROL A. KENNEDY
D ORB CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 19 ORB 134/897-98 FR
MEXICO BEACH CORP. INC.
MAP# 93 .

$33.0s 03486-01i0R
BBIE 917 R-0677200 S10.01.
2 OF REEVES THOMAS M, JR. ET. AL...
SE/+4 S 6 T 6 R 11 1 AC M/L 91.4+2
FT ON SR,386; 974.39 FT DEPTHI-
ORB 110/228 OC FR REEVES
ESTATE

'176.13 03993-000R .-
ET- '18.'- R-0678200 l, l .,
>E X WILLIAMS WILLIAMC. .JR.
120/664 5 3 T. 6'R,;1 3.Ct : BEG AT
NEC OF "SW/4 1F r.-j/4 'RUN S
230 FT FOR P,'OB .TH S 270 FT)
TH W 490 FT) TH N 270 FT, TH
(FOR FURTHER I.EGi-,L' SEE TAX ROLL)
$87.22 ,
034+95-6EOR
4 i' R-06794+0 100
126/ PARKER VIVIAN DENISE
SS 6 T 6 R 11 .
LOT 11 ORB 118/97+4 ASSIG OF
'AA FOR DEED FR 5AULTS
MAP# i4B ,
$ ,I^ + .E: O A ; *,
03'+95-700R .
4, 20 R-0679O0 S193.,91
BARNES EUGENE T 8: MARRY R
S 6 'T R 11' LOT 12: & 13
SR .OPF'LEC PLAT FR TAUNTON Ifl
E/4 OF NE/4 ORB~15/707-708-
FR' BARINEAU ET AL 8: ORB 1'5-5/
32-9,07 f FOP FURTHER LEGAL, TEE TAX ROLL)

0 X 3 : tl -1 -.'F
972 421 R-0681700. .252.29 J
CLARK RICKY 8: LUCY t
S.6 .T 6 R .11 EJ-h'HlIE lll -RMS
(UNRECORDED) LOT 1 1 2,AC
'+2.78 M/L UNRECORDED AA FR' TAUNTON
MAP #14B' '

S.... E' : 3E' -CG.- IP .
:. 4- P--Of'l".! 2. -. S 2'. 2
HWRRELL ROBEFI' C. 8:'MARYANN
BE,-.CON HILL :UBD PB 1 PC 2.
LOT 13 1 STRIP BETwE'ErH LOT 13
S32 8 US 96 E:'[. OB -' 'l ,
P i6.: ,
L ,65' L i 6:
B .. '' ,,,
( 3646-0 .') .
S' 3 R-0703",' A '.'t.0 4
Wi4TSON PHILLIP L.; JR.
BEACONr HILL SUBD FE,' 1 PG 2
C I. L'JTE 7 j '9 ORB 111 93. FR .
MONTFOR :
: PBLK .
1 51lU MAP l,- .


l13 .91
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036& --''FG I,
4-4 R-070".-0O
R-4Ni HO ,-_LGlI
BEACON HILL SUBD PB
LOT'" 1S 8- 19
Ml-lP B16C

43 :,0,_.- 07-.,OP

MQRGNrJ ELTON THOMAS
BEACON HILL SUBE' PB
LOT 1,1 ORB 71 /10-41
MRP #I&B


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0371 -000P


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BE4.COoi' HILL uOD, PBi PG
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141-14. L OC FP. LE'.'EI.-
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03798-09,1R
438 R-0732500 $30'+ 15
LAWRENCE HAROLD D. 8: PATRICIA
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED LOT ii ORB 12E/187
FR DEES ET AL
MAIP# 16C
BLK C

03798-260R
439 R-0737200 HX $76E.E57
REED DAVID
GULF AIRE SUBO. PHASE 2:I i.LOT
,1E ORB 14J6/355 FR .WEWA STATE
BANK
"MAP# 16C.
BLK D

03798-489R
440 RT-0741700 .%197;4'7
DAVIS JIMMY W 8: ANITA F 8:
GULF AIRE PHASE III UNRECORDED
LOT 2 ORB L4/910-1 FR FARRIS
8: ORB 163/245 BC FR DAVIS
MAP# 6 C

03798-00R,
4+1 R-07'+2400 S'+.38
GULF' AIRE PROPERTIES; INC.
S 31 T 6 R. 11
ORB 93'277? BETMG 6 FT GULF
i-,'':E i -' -I':iE- i ,T ."'r
MAP# 16'C ,

03798-E5OiR
442 Ro07L2E:0 58 ,843
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
S 31 T 6 R 11
6' FT GULF ACC-ESS EASEMENT
MAP# 16 ,

0379S-EE0R .
443 ,R-07"+3500 S 24. 3'+
.COOLE)i' JUNIE R 8: JAMES P
S31 T6 Fil1 ORB 96/1 .8 bE1'1 3 .
BLDG II UNIT 10 GULF AIRE
TOWNHOUSE ORB 161/462 FR
BLOUNT
MAP# 6'

03798-67iR
444 R-0746100 870.30
OAKES NN',' K, .. .
S 31 T i P. 1.' .2 43 i" M/L
, 50 FT ON US' 98; 2.-1.49 Fr i' .
DEPTH: ORB 133/179 FRF PARKER
MAP# 7A'


037'3-. .Si1. "
+4i F,-0-'4o ',c j 788.66
GAFFNEY JOHN W. .
S 31 T P 11
BEING UNIT 4 ICOFHL REE
TOWHSHO'JSES ORB. 139/-6 CD ,
FR PRIESTLEY
MHPh 16.- .

03798-715R
446 F -I74b'.*.-: 42.2 83
GULF -lIPE F Ri ,FEFT IiE ', T i- .
GULF il. I'Hi- 4l iv ri LI.

MAP# 16D-
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03798-720 R
.447 R-07'+7000 242 ..;83
GULF ,iPE PRCPEP I',L': IN'.. ,
GULF HIRE PHASE IV:, L"HE,"-.
LOT 4
MAP# ID' '
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$ 149.47' '379--'P.' .. '
"., .,48 R-0747100-- t $996.99
i2 DUP.E IJI IKE
GULF AIRE PHASE IV; UNREC
LOT' OF.B 4i: '23-' ;FR. GULF
BL IS .8 'AIRE FFOP_ PTIL-S, Ir..-.
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0373-OR "..
4' 7 P-'-'11Fe :C H- t '- .. 5138.31'
wILDER .JwMES ..
BE4--ON HII.L SUS[ PB i PG 2:
LOTS t2 I 17 9 1 D'B
i29/5.8-_- FP C:IrIZEN? FED _8P1.
MiiP 16.:


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4-3 P.-.*,7 iS. SI,." ,
4Th'IN'-iN wILLI[ri MN.J
BEHCON HILL iUBE PB 1
LOT 14 e' 15 ORB 139?
YORK
MAPR .' 1 -" i


03735-050R
S-29 R-0716600
HTKINSIOrl JK. WILLIHml
BEACON HILL SUBD. PB
LOT 13
ORB, 1'27,'790 FR ,Op.tR
MAPH to:


S49.9 47'
JR. '8: .
L'.PG 2
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"BLK' 23


5 113.90
M. 8: LISA
1' PG 2


03743-000R
587.22., 430 R-0717400 ,
"' LEWELLING'EDWARD L,
BEACON HILL ESTATES UNIT
& 38 O' RB PB 2 PG 6' LOTS 1t 8: i2
MAP #16B

S l '''I 03764-0OOR ,
,. 31. R-O721400 HX
WEBEH i-iRGiREr K.
S 31 T t, P 11 90 FT LOT
8 37 ORB FRONT OF LOT 2 BETWEEN'
D TO. GULFVIEW ST 8:US .98 REC
ST : PARC-EL TN ORB 71./609 .WEB

E TAX' ROLi (FOP FUJRTHEP LEGAL -EE T
03783-000R
S87.2 : 4' 32 R-0723100 .
87 WEBER MARGARET K. ET AL
S3 T 6 R 11 60 FT GULF
R8:' 4ORB FRONT LOT ORB 71/609 & O
8: 54 ORB ,:-. 96/537 FR WEBER ESTATE-
.MAP# 1 6
BLK 1 '
03798-009R
433 R7-0726300- 5
S4+17,.9. GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC
DONNA M 5 31 8: 32 T 6 PR 11 PARCE
SW/4 OF BEINGPARCEL "E" ORB. 147
OF SR 7.50 FR GULF AIRE PROPERTY
lY INC. BEING THE GULF AIR
(FOR FURTHER .LEGAL SEE T,

03798-OIER
$176.13 434 R-0727300
OAKES PAULA JEAN ALDRIDGI
OD (AN .GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT
8; 300 ORB 144/339 FR OAKES
T 165 FT MAP #16C
36 FR
E TAX ROLL)
03798-024R
S 43 R-0728200
S247.264 LOGAN KERMIT 0. '8: GLENDA
qC. GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT
'OD "(AN PAGE 158 FROM GULF INDIE)
:'LOT 15' CORP1
;ICO BEACH MAP #16C OFFICIAL RECORD

03798-054R
436 R--0730700 si
S24,99 WEBB DAVID W 8: BONNIE FA'
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT
ORB 13E/274 FR GARFIELD
MAP# 16jC
0 BEACH

0379S-0'77R
'+37 R-0731700 .
24,99 LEWIS JERRV. M 8: MARY R;.
r. GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION
E'ORDED UNRECORDED LOT 11 ORB 136
FR BUCHANAN
MAP# 16C


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DCLF HIrtE PROPERTIES INC. -
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03798-75R .
450 R-0747600 5 2 283
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
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03798-760...
51 .R-0747700 $22..83
GULF AIRE PRC-FEp TIEE. INC,.
GULF AIRE, PHuSE r'J; UrIREC:
LOT7 7
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PELI --N WU.Ll: UNREC. SUB
LOT i TRIPLEi, UNIT.#11'
UNREC AGREEMENT FR DUREN
MAP# i6C .


03798-BOOR
5318.38 :453 R-0748600 $897.2E
HARRIS MARLENE J
FNE PELICAN WALK; .UNREEC. SUB.
LOT 5 ORB 153/281-282 FR GULF
AIRE PROP. INC 8: LOT 6 ORI
BLK i. 1i3/283-28+ FR' DUREN
MAP# 16,C-

$328.3E 03798-840R
44 R-0749300 $604.67
IN O.AKES,DANNY ,K 8:-PAULA AL.DRIDGE,
PELICAN WALKi UNREC. SUB,
D 2ND : .LOT 13 ,ORB 153/671 FR
ER'. "GULFAIRE
ri, ROLL) MAP# 16C

03798-80OR
S698.88 4 5 R-0749E500. $238,37
SAUERHOFF KATHLEEN PATRICIA
PELICAN WALK; UNREC. SUB.
RB LOT A ORB;, 13/276-277 FR
DUREN
HIAP# 16C

03805-002R
'+016.82 456' R-0750400 Sli308.34.
DUREN IKE
L S 31 T 6 R 11 6.26 AC M/L
/749"- ORB 121/98 FR DOZIER
IES MAP# I6&C
E
AX ROLL) 03805-013R
4S7 R-0750900 S1>723.96
MONACHELLI CAROL M
SE77.41. SEASHORE TOWNHOUSES
E BEING UNIT 3
10 ORB 160/360 FR COSTIN
MAPt 168 C

BLK A 03806-275R
458 R-0757100 $242.83
VISE JESSE M 8 CYNTHIA L
S304.1E SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE
SUE BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
6 PB 3 PGS. 34 8: 35
S LOT 35 ORB 145E/472 FR PARKER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
BOOK
BLK B 03806-41OR
459 R-0759800 $242.83
CLARK CHAMP JR
L,648.39 SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE "
YE BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
E PB 3 PGS, 34 8: 33
LOT 4 AA FR COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
BLK D

460 R-0760600 21:2. 283
S831.74 KELLY CAROLE L.
SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST.- JOE
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
./2':8 P.B 3 PG5. 34 8: 3'T
LOT 12 ORB 129/97: FP CO5TIN
BLK D (FOR FUR-'THIER LEGAL SEE TA-'< ROLl..I


03806-50OR
461 R-0761600 $292.83
VISE RHONDA L
SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST.. JOE
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
PB 3 PGS, 34 8: 35
LOT 8 ORB 125/464, FR COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03806-530R.
462 R-0762200 $242.83
VISE JESSE M 8: CYNTHIA L
SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT'ST. JOE
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
PB 3'PGS. +34 8: 35
LOT 1+ ORB 19E/472 FR PARIKER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

038i6-OOOR
463 R-0767200 S50.70
WRIGHT JIMOLA
S T 7 R 11 14.96 AC M/L
480.35 X 13E8.43 X 480.1 X
1359.15 ORB 151-/EE7 8: ORB 151/
E59 OC FR WRIGHT.
MAP# 31


03888-OOOR
496 P.-0776900 HX S787
DAVIS SHERRY A
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
SE 61 FT OF LOT 18 IN BLK 6 8:
NW 85 FT OF LOT 9 IN BLK 7
ORB it- 37F --:, FR MULLINS
MAP# ,17A

03906-0091R,'
465 a R-0779400. 909
-SPURLIN NEAL ET UX
YON' 'ADDITION TO BE4i-iC.1N HILL"
LOT:19 8:'SW'LY 1/2 OF LOT 1
ORB 86/773
MAP '#17A
.., BLK '9

039 _7-.' .:P ,
466 F.-07'79,.-, HX S769.
BUTLER HAROLD M, .
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 6; 7 8: N/2 OF 5
., MAP' '1 A. 'A
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03932-OOOR
467 R-0782900 $469.,52
FRASURE HAROLD,.W 8: TERESA :
SYON'S 'ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT 1 .
ORB 160/132 FR HERRINGTON
MAP 1 ,.


S. BL.K 11

..* 9 ._- *':'OF
S4 E F- ;'. 176.13
E Ri-i'41 '.1- .. :. I.' TE
,,': 5 ,C-.CL)TICrl TO E hE.:'JI .HIL.L
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MAP' 4i- i ,
'BLK 14 .

. 03978-002R
. 4 .,9 F -, "89E :'0 Si, 533,02 /
GFIT.LEP H,,.-EL. M 8: GAIL 0
S T 8 6 T. F ii 46.03 FT,,
GULF FF,.1i lS. FT 'DEPTH M/L
ORB E151 ,'t-E-E FR ROBERTSON
MAPt 7,... .


0.3981-O00.R
470 R-0789900?0
h.,R..:u" JENNIFER
1-:OR.iH '" GULI.F'. IE'E
1l3,60,' FR .J '. J.
INC.
MAP# t "


$1,089.19

UNIT. I 'ORB '
INVESTMENTS


S 71 F Q 1$,023.26.,

S 5 T 7 R i i ito "T U.S. -;8
FRONT; ORB 46/365 FR HARRELL
ESTATE' (ON E SIDE OF US 98)
MAP i17A

5:51-- IF
472 R-0792400. HX $.1,034.62
HILL R EDWARb 8:-SUSAN F ,
S T' 7 PR 11 'i-R,-EL BEriEfr
FORMERLY LOTS L 1 3 OPOP.TIOrlT
OF GEORGIA CYPRESS STS BLOCK
1 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04002-OOOR
'473 R-079E500 HX $462.34
SMITH JOSEPHINE
PORT, ST.. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1 .
LOTS 5 8: 6 ORB 102/192 FR
SMITH ORB- 16/785 FR SMITH
SMAP #7A, BLK E


04044-OOOR'
474 R--0801000 S149,47
ODHAM SUE KIMBROUGH
PORT ST, JOE BEAIlH UNIT NO. 1
LOT .E ORB 115/803 OC
FR SCULL 8: LESS ORB 17/824 TO
MARCONI ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04048-000R
.147E R-0801700 S149'.47
WOOD CARL DAVID
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1'
LOT 1 ORB. 156/955 FR WOOD
MAP44 17A
BLK 11

04065-OOORP
476 R-0803800 HX S289.48
SCARABIN ROBERT M
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 3 ORB 111/326 FR HAY 8:
ORB .133/327 BC FR BASS
SCARABIN CAROL L.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04067-010R
477 R-0804SO$ S470.E3
SHEARER MARGARET V.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOTS 10 ORB 113/1000 FR
DEESON 8: ORB 139/564 OC FR
SHEARER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


0414O-OOOR
478 R-081:3000'HX $176.13
MULLIS' DONALD D, 8: ELOISE 5.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 1 8 3 ORB 102/80 FR
ARNOLD LESS SW 60 FT OF LOT
3 ORB 135/146 FR WILLIAMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04160-OOOR
479 R-0816700 $S469.52
RICHTER BILLY R. 8: MARTHA C.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 9 ORB 136/843 FR ALABAMA
ELECTRIC CO. INC.
MAP#t 17A
BLK 32
04177-DOOR
480 R-0819800 52'+ .30
PARHAM JAMES D
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 10 ORB 149/591--92? FR
TAYLOR
MAP# 1-7A


BLK 35


0419S-OOOR
481 R-0822100 HX -- S256
SANDERS C. 0.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 9 "11ii 13
MAP #17A


.1 1
.I5 :>


BLK 39

04198-000R
482 R-O822400 $149.47
ESTES ROBERT 5 8: GLORIA
POR ST JOE BEACH UNIT NO,,2
(FORMERLY) LOT '+
ORB 1+41/162 FR COSTING
MAP# i7A i BL.K 40


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OH-20H-0O3R
983 R-0824000 HX %179.,&2
MONTGOMERY G, EDWARD 8: RUS A.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH :UNIT NO. 2
LOT 4 ORB 111/8 FR HANNER
MAP #17A
BLK "92

094209-005R
484 R-0824200 S4S .4W0
RICHARDSON THERESA T.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
LOT 6 ORB 113/685 FR STOVER
MAP#17A
BLK 42

04222-003R
9853 R-0829700 S149,47
DERRICK MARGARET A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 10 ORB 97/701 FR COSTIN 8:
GIBSON
MAP/# 17 A
BLK 498

0: 226-002R
486 R-0830900 1499.4'7
DERRICK MARGARET A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 3 ORB 163/7-49 FR PROCTOR
BLK 499
04297-OOOR
'+87 R-0833800 s1 882. 82
MATTHEWS ARTHUR L. 8: ANNIE
S 16 T 7 R. 11 .980 :iC IM/I..
6&4+.09 FT GULF FRONT; 267 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 98/E5E2 FR
.' .VIZCARRA
MAP# 328.

0'2E.5-c020OR
'88 R-083l'+00 %703.79
KIRBY STEPHEN E 8& DEBORAH M
ST. JOSEFH SHORES SUBD.PB 1
PG 36 S 10 FT OF. LOT 3; N 90
FT OF LOT 4 BEING 50 X 110 F'T
LOT ORB 141/706 FR HARRISON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.),

09283-000R
489 R-0838800 sio 10 0s
RAFFIELD RPNALD C.
S 27 T 7 R 11 REC'D DBK
150 FT ON US 98 REC'D ORB
133/1-2 FR BLAIR
MAP# 33A

09310-000R
490 R-.0890700 590.78,
LANGLEY, DORA L.
C. P. GAULDINGS ADDN PB 1 P.G
30 LOTS 4" 8: -(LESS S 49. FT OF.
LOT 4)
MAP #49B
BL-K. C -


04.315-OOOR
S91 RP-0841200
GREEN GLORIA JEAN
C. P. GAULDINGS ADDN PB
30 LOT 13 ORB 90/10 FR
CARROLL
MAP #4-9B


04360-OOOR
492 R-0845400
WADE JIMMY
HIGHLAND VIEW
.A PORTION OF LOT 11) 12
ORB 149/268 FR TONEY
MAP# .498
BLK

04361-OQOR
993 F-3e E :., -: "
WOOD TAMELA L,
HIGHLAND VIEW PB i PG 2:
FT OF LOT 14 8: 11; LESS
FT OF 11;-BEING THE OLD.
BLDG OFE ?/ii22 8 LE5
(FOR FLIPTHEP ;-E.-IL 'EE 'T

04369-OO;OR '"
4-94 RP-0846&200 HX
SCARABIN MARSHA R DYKES
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB 1 PG
LOTS" 1- 2 8: 3 LYIN't F I
COUNTY DITCH. ORB 1' .' H
DYKES F -
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


0961E-00OR
50E R-08749200
MC NEAL SHARON D
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1
3- LOT 18 ORB 162/242 FR
DRIESBACH
MAP 5OA
B
04628-OOOR
S06 R-0879400 $
MC KAY RANCE HEIRS OF
ST, JOE HEIGHTS SUBO PB 1.
35 LOT S
MAP #EOAS B


09430-OOOR
E07 R-0875600
GAINER MANSFIELD 8: CORA
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB
PG35 LOT 12 ORB 7E/.9:
MAP EOA5

04963-OSOR
508 R-0876200 HX
WHITAKER LINDA'G,
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD. PB
35 LOT 7 ORB 119/32
LOWERY '
.MAP# OA BELK

04637-OOOR
509 R-0876400
GAINER MANSFIELD
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB
3B N1/2 OF LOT 10
ORB 128/879- FR LEWIS
MAP#W 04
BL
S04'+638-OOOR
810 R-0876500
GAINER JERRY
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB
35 S/2 OF LOT 10
MAP #5EOA

04640-OOOR
. 11 R-0876700
MC KELVY POLLY) HEIRS OF
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB i
3E LOT 20
MAP #50A

04683-OOOR
512 R-0880900 S:
KILBOURN MICHAEL W
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT!
12 8: 14 ORB 157/767 FR I
MAP# 50A BLK 9


04704-OOOR
513 R-0882800
LEWIS MRS. SARAH
_CITY OF PORT ST.
8:29
MAP E#OA .-


$
L.E
i

BL


95.34 529 R-0937600
DAVIS WANDA BROWN
PG CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LO
MAP #50A


LK A 05199-.OOOR
530 R-094.1300 HX
RAFFIELD RONNIE ET UX
219.94 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOI
4 ORB 101/633 BC FR RAFI
PG MAP# s00D

LK B
05156-OOOR
531 R-0942000
26:2. 71 MC DOUGALL GEORGE A S: DC
E CITY OF PORT ST. JOE .LO
3 ORB 1'+2/298 FR BONE
MAP #B00
LK B


S 0518:-000R
240, .532" R-094'+900 5703.'47
RAFFIELD RONALD C:.
I PG CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 9
9 FR ORB 111/967 FR HAMM-
MAP #SOD
BLK. 65

0E211-000R
S-..72 :33 R0997S00 1363.0 ,
SPG VAUGHN PAUL T 8: MARY P
1 PG CITY OF'' PORT ST. JOE LOT 9 8:
N/2 OF LOT 10 ORB, 147/896 FR
BOWEN
K B iMAP# EO0D BLu:

05286-000R
S122.70 .534 R-0956+00 HX S38110:1.
CUMBIE JAMES W. JR. 8: SAI.LY AN.
i PG ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO, .'.
1 LOTS 1 8: 2 ORB ,136/4E2' FR
BLK B HAMBY
MAP# 8OA BLK 78

$292.08 0E297-OOOR.
838; R-.0957.00 HX S316.27
PG LAWRENCE STEVE
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
BLK B 1 LOTS 18; 19 8: 5/2 OF LOT 20
MAP #SOD BK .'78

1,990.32 05313-OOOR
536 R-0959100 HX 219.84'
S 10, RICHARDSON WALTER' ALAN 8:
ROCHE ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
1 LOTS 10 8: 11 .ORB 107/628 FR
REED:(PARRISH)
MAP E '


S287.76
EST. -C/O l.M


JOE


LOTS 27

E BLK l


565.02 819 R-0883900 S107.09
'GULF TWIN INC.
1 PG CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N 20 FT'
OF E/2.OF LOT 18 ORB 83/609'
MAP #+EOA
L' BLK i:.E
SLK C '
04716-000R
815 R-0884000 498.32
353.94 GULF TWIN INC.
CI'TY'OF PORT ST. JOE N 21 FT
8:- S 9. FT OF W 4- FT. OF LOT 14
8: 13 8: W 4 FT OF LOTS 16 18 8: 2. '
ORB 81/969
S(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).
F
S04735-OOOR
8 .516 R-0886200 661.28
'S10,01 REED DAVID S.
CITY' OF PRT iT. JOE, LOT 19 8:
2 E 5& 8 NW .7 FT 1'"F LOT 21 ORB 147/95
S 30 \ FR STONE LESS NW,7 FT OF LOT
-rTOPkE 19 ORB lB,'253 TO COSTIN
S'01 (FOR FUPTI-IER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
Tr," P.OLL').' : .-. ..
047l46-OOOR 0
E17 R-0887900 939.72
39 AIR ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES
CITY:OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS.7,
S9 8 11 ORB 149/731 FR C:AMPBELL
'F SUMNER
SSC. FR MAP# O


T'A ROLI i


04378-000R
499 F -'.H71 : i
BRAKE. L-InM, L.E
BAYVIEW HEIG-irTS PB 1 PG 26.
LOT 8 ORB 87/655'
IAP #49B


4:e I.-- .'r .

BROWNELL JANICE F.
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB
LOT 15 ORB 120/6694
ESTATE
MAP# 49B


8: MARGARE
I PG 26
FR PLAYER


BLK D 0

04390-OOOR,
497 R-0848100 119,23
BROWNELL JANICE 8: MARGARET
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB 1 PG 26
LOTS. 12, 13 8 14
ORB 120/6694 FR PLAYER ESTATE ..
MAP# 49B
BLK D

0441-E-OOOR
498 R-0850400 S350.39
GAY TIMOTHY W & DONNA 'L.
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB i PG 2:, '
LOT 9 8: 12 ORB 138/747-4-8
FR ROBERSON
MAP# .49B
BLK G .
04424-000R
499 R--081400 S23.21
H BROWNELL JANICE 8: MARGARET
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB 1 PG 26
LOTS 1 8: 2.ORB 120/664 FR
PLAYER ESTATE
MAP# 49B
BL K I

0449S--OOOR
500 R-08o4300 HX 5s6.91
.CANNINGT-ON B, F, 8: FAYE
FOREHANDS FIRST ADDITION TO,
HIGHLAND V IEW PB' 1 PG '+4- ./2'
OF LOTS 11 8: i2 ORB 107/i1 "C-
FR O.H. 8: LILLIAN CANNINGTON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


01 R-0862900 S291.,71
-MC MULLON GLORIA MAE
S 26 T 7 R 11 50 X 138 FT LOT
IN SW/4 OF NW/4 pF GOVT LOT
14 ORB 74/667 (l iFL ESTATE)
MAP '#49B

04942-000R
002 R-08E3100 2E57.793
LYLE TONYA
S 26 T 7 R. 11 100 X 135 FT
LOT IN NEC OF SE/4 OF NE/'+ OF
GOVT LOT 14 ORB. 163/63 .FR LYLE
MAP #499B

.04546-029R
503 R-08-66000 495.6.
DARNA HENRY 8: JUDY
S9-2 T 7 R 11 300 FT LOT
BEING 5/2 OF NE/1 OF SE/4 OF
GOVT LOT 14 UNREC,. CONTRACT
FR EWING
MAP# 4'9B

04896-008R .
504 R-0866&900 HX 6S53S.29
STRICKLAND K:.ARLTON 8: BEVERLY
S 26 T7 Rih 190.02 X 127.,39
FT LOT IN NORTH 1/2 'OF
NORTHWEST :1/9I OF NE/4, OF
ORIG, GOV"T LOT i'f ORB 93/4'7 '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX. ROLL)


04747-OOOR
518 R-0888000
4I,1 p. KING RObERT E.
ITY OF PORT ST.
3 8: S
MNP #EOA '


BLK.E 1


JOE L.


.0478.3-O..OP
8 19 F.-3+400'.,
fa i0 CRISP DONALD R .
ET- CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LI
20, 22 & 24 ORB 108/837

HAND 8: ORB 108/838 FR P
', O ESTATE
S (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


$824.37

OTS i ,


BLK 18


3. 068,.3.

OTS 18,
7 FR
PARKER

TAX roll


04-796-00OR
820 R-0894700 S1,035.92
KING ROBERT E DR.. -
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 1'+
8 : 1 6
MAP #50A
BLK 23
04805-000R
521 R-08964+00 792.03.
ST. JOSEPH BAY CONSTRUCTION
CITY- OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 11 OREB 17/687-88; FR
OUARLES
MAP# 50A
SBELK. 24

.E L.- P -' IfC' 9423.57
WHITTINGTON DEOUGLAS A.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 21
ORB. 130/620 BC FR WHITTINGTON
MAP# 80A
IBLK:: 32'

0489O-OOOR
823 R-0911600 7049.28
TANKERSLEY JAMES
.CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 7 8:
E/2 OF LOT 5
MAP #8OA
BLK 37

04965-OOOR
249 R-0920000 H1 s281.42
COOPER CHARLES H JR 8:MARIAN M
CITY OF PORT ST..JOE LOTS 12
&. 14 ORB 133/7.1 FR JOHNSON
MAP8.iS1A
81K 4-2

04987-OOOR
828 R-0922000 HX $239.09
LITTLE JAMES C, 8: DEBRA JONES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 7
ORB 120/1E FR BAXLEY
MAP# 50A
BLIK 4-3

05001-000R
526 R--0923500 HX S986.0E
TOUSIGNANT JEAN V
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 2
ORB 133/434 FR PATTERSON
MAP# 50A


BL


LK 4-4


O5003-OOOR.
527 R--0923700 HX -E277
HUGGINS MICHAEL W
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N 88 FT
OF LOT 3 ORB 153/863 FR
LITTLE.
MAP# 8A0


0E079-H gOR
-28 R-0933800 H..
HIEBER GEORGE E.
CITY OF' PORT ST. JOE:
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0-702-001R
13.0:3 553 R-1019900 5123.8:
JONES ERNEST MC DONALD SFW,
T *;:7 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,. N
60 FT OF LOT 1 ORB 75/120
B...K 2 'IMAP t5-0A
BLK:: 1002

J984 .52 05703-000R
554 R-1020000 S8'901
TS 2 : GANT CHESTER JR. ET UK
FIELD CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOT 2 ORB 7S/E:71
BLK 61 MAP S8OA B LK 100

057i3-000.
j,0007,64- S5 R-1021100 5209.3S
'rONNA l PITTMAN AMOS SR.
T .1 8: ':ITY OF PORT ST. JOE. ORIG.
LOT IS ORB 98/696 FR PETERS
ESTATE
BLK:: 62 MAP 6 OA BLK 100.2
0 -^W f..,ft0R


E56 R-i ::0' 200 0 ,i80O-:2B. 3
SGAN'T' CHESTER JR. ET U'",
CITY OF 'PORT ST. JOE CO-: LOT 31 ORB 83/39E 6
MAP' #SOEi 'i..:: 100:3


05776-OOOR
557 R-IJO.27900
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG
LOTS 194/ 16 18 W/2 LOT
ORB 81/711 8: LESS E/2
LOT 20 ORB 143/531 TO MIl.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA>

0E776-OEOR
S558 R-1028000 IHX
MILLER LINDA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE: LOL
8: E/2 LOT 20 ORB .143/531
'UNDERWOOD 8: ORB' 146/918 FlI
UNDERWOOD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE'TAX

05796-OOOR
559 R-1030800 "
BEWEY MARGARET
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
5/2 OF LOT 12
MAP #50A BLK

OSSE4-OOOR
560 R-1031600
JONES LESA A. 8: RAY 0. LII
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 20 ORB 124/552 FR JOh
EST.
MAP# 0A
BLKV


BLUK 79


0534-5-000R
537,: R-0962300 HX
LOCKE BRONCIEL N,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
i LOTS : 4
M-P STOH


BLK 82

05376-OOOR
538 R-0965400 HX t1 so.80,
POWELL JAMES P. & TAMMY T.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOT 1 .ORB 118/1049- FR G!,'
MAP #S500D
BLK. 8

OE389-OOOR
039 R-0966700 HX *L1.0.80"
HAMOR'AN RICKY 8: JULIE' E
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
f LOT 15 8: S/2 OF LOT 16.
UNREC, AA FR HAMBY
MAP EOD BLK 8


05392-00R
540 R-0967000 HX 134.07
NELSON EULON WAYNE ET UX
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT.NO.
1 LOTS 20 8:21 :'
MAP S# OD t..,' BK 8 ',".

05395-OOOR
541 R-0967300 HX s81.19'
MOUCHETTE PAULINE
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
1 LOT 3 8: 5/2 OF LOT 2 PAGE
106E LIFE ESTATE DEED TO
TtN( ERSLEV
.*OF, FuRTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


S 054-3-OOOR
542 FA-09747'.*0 185.,+2
DYKES 0- ;
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.,
2 LOT 23. ORB 98/535 AGREEMENT'
FR MORRIS
SMAP# Eo00. :
SBLK 89

0,,461 -OOO,
0463 R-09700 00

MC ARDLE. LINDA 8: JAMES L.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT' NO.
2 LOT. ORB 137/23 FR MC .'RrI.E
MAP #E'00K'
BELK 90 :

05462-OOOR
544 'R-0976900 *694.0'+
BRAGDON MATTIE L,.
ST- .JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2 ..
LOT-.20 ORB .113/964 FR BRAGDON
BLK 90
MAP# 8EOD 8:. 68C

0581-OOOR
5 W R-0978800 HX 2'+4. 86
AMBROSE DAVID LEE ET UX
SST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
2 LOT 10 ORB 78/344
MAP #500,
BLK 91.

0502-00OR :
546 R--098090,0. -IX 21.4,07
DOWNUM JAMES 8: SHEILA
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
2 LOT 18 ORB I60/92 FR'
SASSER
MAP# E'00


E ,BLK 92
O0584-004R
547' R-0989600 HX .-56E..49
'BURKETT CLARENCE EUGENE ET UN'
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,.
9 LOT 11 8: N/2 OF LOT 10.
MAP #EOD '
BLK 108

O SBE-OOOR
E48 R-0989800 IX S700.90
RAY JOHN E. & MARGARET E.
ST., JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
7 LOT 1 ORB 113/3j9 FR. F'OX
MAP #SOD,
BLK 109
05591-008R
E4-9 R-0990800 HX $4:.:;1
WOOD RONNIE K,. 8: TAMELA L..
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO-
9 LOT 12 ORB 133/359 FR DAVIS.
MAP #SOD. EBLK (o

05690-OOOR
.EO R-1018400 $ 106.64
GANT ERNEST ET AL
CIT',' OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 17 8: 19 ORB 79/19
MAP .0#SOB BLI.:: 1001


056994--OOOR
7. ES51 R-1018800.
BEWEY MARGARET
CITY OF PORT ST.' JOE
LOT 22 ORB 92E/382 FR
MAP #SOB


ORIE
BEWE
BLI.:


4 '" 05701-OOOR
552 R-1019700 HA '
$23,.06: PITTMAN AMOS SRI
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
S1:1 LOTS 30 8: 32 ORB 9.8/907 FR
--- PETERS
BL:K :O 'MAP #450 BLK


6'(66. 01.


05814-OOOR '
561 R-1032600 '1
546.89 HOGAN .LILLIE MAE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
NO. LOTS 30 8: 32 ORB 77/940
MAP '#OA #


05820-001R
S62 R-1033500
BRYANT ROBERT S 8S
MILLYIEW ADDN UNIT. 1 P
33 LOT 10 8: E 19 FT OF
,ORB 161/351 FR'JIM WAL
HOMES INC:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

0ES2-001R .
. 63 -1'33" .
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 P
-33 LOT 13
MAP #490


05853-OOOR
-S64 R-1037100
BYRD PORTIA LEE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 2, P
33 LOT pq 8:,3.
-MAP t f. -r,


O866&&-OOOR
65. R-1038600
DANIELS GENE ET UXK
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT I P
33 LOT 20 ORB 81/549 8
'AP #49D


05868-OOOR
E'66 'R-1 238000.
CLAYTON J. -. 8- JOSEPH
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 P
33 LOT 2 ORB 127/816
FR CLAYTON. ,
MAP# -49D


OS889-OOOR
5&7 R-1041100 ,
JULIUS EDDIE & DIANA
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 2 I
46 8: 47 LOT 28 ORB 1I5
FR PACE
MAP' 49D0
BLK

05896-00OR
S. 68 R-104'1800
HENRY WILLIE J 8: DORO'
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i
33 LOTS 3 8: 5 ORB 84/'
MAP #49C


0S900-O-OOR
569 Ri-1042400
LARRY RP. C. 8: ANNIE Ml
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1P
.33 LOT 1 ORB 75/441
MAP #49D


STAR. T Tl -- ---- ---.----. -- rJ uLP I


^O968-OOOR
-76 R-10i99S>0O
PETERS NATHAN III:
MILLVIEW. AI.DITION UNI
PB 1 PGS '6 8: '+7 E/2 1
ORB 160/12 BC FR HODGI
160/13 @'C FR STANLEY F
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06007-00OR
577 R--1053200 HX
LIKELY "AY O 8: MINNI.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UN I
LOT 14i W/2 OF LOT 1
PGS '+6 &: 4L7
MAP# 50A


06025--OOOR
578 R-10S5000
GANT CHESTER JR. .'
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNI'
LOT '4 PB i PG5 '6 8: '-9
MAP# SOA


06027-006R
E79 R--10ES600 HX


-. JENKINS DONALD L. 8: Si
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNI"
V+34'.9 '0 LOT '7 PB 2 PG 5:3 ORB
1101 FR ST. JOE FOREST
MAP# 00A
20
06027-008R
LLER 580 R-.105E800 HX
X ROLL) FPETERSON.DOROTHY
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
LOT 9 PB 2 PGF53 ORB 1
28.39 4-6 'FR ST. JOE FOREST P
MAP# 00A
T 22
,, -' .--' ." '
R F 81 F.- 1:- '9;'.)0

X' ROLL: JULIUS- EDDIE JR
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
LOT 10 PB 2 PG 53 ;
38,.75 ORB 1A3/203 FR JULIUS
NMAP# SOA


06027-010R
1006 S82 R-106000,HX
ALEXANDER CYNTHIA
MILLVIEW ADDITION
.4380.38 LOT 11, PB 2 PG 53'
KELY FR ST. JOE FOREST I
MAP# 50A
NES

06028-000R
1006 583 F-,I.,' ',. ,IX
JONES -',-LFtIEC r1il
MILLVIEW -L'ITIOC I
$643.18 LOT 1 ORB lo. ,, I
2 PG E3'
MAP# 50A


A.
JNIT
3RB
PROD


W967.'9!':'

T NO. 2:
OF LOT 2
E 8: ORB
PETERS
E TAX ROLLL)


06268-123R .
"598 R--1112200 5696 .2:
BA:R.BER JAY' 0.
5 IS T 9 R 11
51.04 FT GULF FRONT; 390 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 156/176-177 BC FR
WAYMIRE
MAP# 19B


06268-124'R
$339.6'+ 599 R-il12300 $19.497
E L.UNT ROGER W
T NO ..2 s 18 T 9 R .11
6 PB 1 51..04 X 10+.66 FT PARCEL;
BEING S/2 OF LOT A OF UNREC,
SUBD, ORB 186/178-179 (.C FR
BLK 1018 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06268-167R
S213.35 600 R-1114000 S2)452,.09
PRASCSAK GEORGE M JR 8: CAROL D
T NO. 2 S 18 T 9 R 11'
7 8.5 FT GULF FRONTAGE BEING
LOT 7 OF SURVEY EF X 4-27.5
BLK 10:19 FT. ORB 137/114-1 5.FR FOSTER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE .TAX ROLL)'

W14.9104 06268-300R
HELLY M.,. 601 R-1114600 5i,4S7.,07
T NO. 3 AVERY JUDGE RICHARD M. JR.
12'+/1100-' S 20 T 9 R 11 '10 FT GULF
T PROD. FRONT; 711.3E FT AV DEPTH
BLK. 1020 PART TRACTS 29 8: 30 ORB
110/532 FR FLA. TITLE 8 MORTG
MAP 19D :
S201.90 P
06268-412RP.
r No. 3I 602 R-18i300 *.. 39'N.14.
130/749E5- JET-AIR
PROD. 5 20 T 9 R 11 :LOT 1 SAN BLAS
VILLAS ORB 1349/19 FR HONEYIIHAN
L1.K 100 MAP# 19 .

06268-414R
S93.05 603 R- 111200 HX 19+9.960
BOWEN, DENNIS A. &. JULIE A. 1
NO. 3 S 20 T 9 R 11 LOT 2-
ORB 129T/3-4- FR SAN BLAS VILLAS
III INC.
BLK 1020 MAP# 1D 0

06268-4i.8R
$187.27 604 R-liii00 Si394.i
MILLS RICHARD E 8:. DOROTHY M,.
r* ,. S 20 T 9 R 1.1. LOT '4
. .,i ORB 130/526-28 FR SAN 8LAS
S:. : VILLAS
MAP# 190


UNIT -NC
FR JONF


BLK 1006 06028-011R
S 584 R-10E7900 HX
THOMAS MARY L.
6S90.89 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
LOT 12 8: N/2 OF LOT 19J
PB 1; PG 92/247 FR ST JOE LD 8:
F LOT 8 PB 2 PG E'3 8: ORB 127/1
LATER (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

E TAX ROLL) 06029-008R
585. R-10l9100 HX
L,:.WEP'. GWENDOLYN
i287.76 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
LOT 10 ORB 95/640 FROM
B 1 PG JOSEPH LANp 8: DEV,'CO

(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE
BLK ,1007
06034-0OOP.
E86 R-1060J3 OHX
5500.13 LENNOX MARTHA M.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
B....P LOT 21 8: S 17.5 FT OF
S P 2 PG 53
;::: "'-* '- ; MAP# 50A
BLK 1008

06051-OIOR
117.92 587 R-1063000 HX
MARTIN BILLY C 8: VERNII
BS 1 p MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
:6&12 LOT 14
ORB 144/565 FR OUICK
BLK 1009 MAP# OA

06234-010R
135.88 E;88 R-1082EO8 HX
RAFFIELD DANNY L.
e I PG 5 2S T 8 R 11i 2 AC 160
FRONT- 400 FT AV DEPTH
S 3 AC LOT 113 OF GOLD
LESS 140 X. 343.95 FT TI
010 .(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


06236-10'6R
$253,79 889 R-1083500
GULF. COUNTY AVIATION IN'
PB .. PGS S 25 T 8 R 11 '.5 A'C 1
51463 3 BEING 1.0 Xi 162..,47 FT A
ON AIRPORT RUNWAY ORB
-99 &8: ORB 142/997 FR C
i010 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06246-OOOR
5302,149 90 R-1089600
TNY h BURKERT KENNETH &f PATR]
P8 1 PG S 36 T 8 R 11 2.25 AC I-
92 PARCEL ON C-30 (BEING S
LOT HOWE) ORB 1i5/293-2
BLK 1011 ,COMBS
MAP# 52D0
$234.26 .06247-OOOR
AE P 591 R-1089800,HX
P' 1 PG MOORE MARK RANDALL
S 25 T 8 R 11 74.7 FT B
FRONT & SR 30 ORB 192/7
,BLK 101.2 FR MOORE
MAP# 52A


OE907-OOOR
"'-570 R--i104-3100 1.48229
HURLBURT MILES-K.
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i PB 1 PG
33 S 67 FT LOT 8 8: 10 ORB
114/4694-6 FR ST. JOSEPH LANDE
DEV, CO,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


0O907-OOR
571 R-1i043200
PITTMAN AMOS
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO. 1
8 LESS S 67 FT ORB 114/ 6
HURLBURT
MAP# 99D"


BLK 10.1.2


0S91i3-OOOR
572 R- 043900 HiX $176,37
DAWSON DARION A. 8: GWENDOL.YN
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1. PG
33 LOT 16 ORB 11E/10 .FR
PETERS.
MAP S49D'
BLK 1012

05918-000R
573 R-1044400 561.38
WALKER MCNAIR) PAT 8: W.J.
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO 2 PB 1
PGS 46 8: 47 LOT 5 ORB 101/791
FR WALKER
MAP #49DE
BLK 10149

O0923-OOOR
5749 R-104'4900 HX 195.19
NICKSON DONALD M. 8: JACOUELINE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO 2 PB 1.
PGS 46 8: '+7 LOTS 16 & 18 ORB
96'/534 FR PETERS
MAP # 4I9ID
BLK 1014


05989-000R
711.08 575 R--10iO8600
JULIUS DIANE P.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO.
PS 1 PGS 94 8: 47 LOT 19 OF
108/986-7 FR BYRD 1HEIRS
1001 MAP 50SA BLK


.06266-048ER
E92 R-1101400
WILSON DWAYNE E 8: EDITH
FEATHER SOUND
LOT 9 ORB 189/308-309
FIRST UNION NATIONAL BA
MAP# 198


06266-090R
285.499 893 R-102200
SHERWOOD FURNITURE INDU
LOT FEATHER SOUND
b9 FR LOT 18 ORB 1.0/874-887
HILL
MAP# 198


06266-13ER
894 R-ii0270.0O
WEST BEACH COMPANY; INC
FEATHER SOUND SUB. (UNR
1,56 AC M/L LOTS 17)23
26 8: 27 BEING A 204 F
PARCEL ON SR 30E
MAP#.19B

06268-ii8R
595 R-1111700
BARBER JAY 0.
S 18 T 9 R 11
51.04 FT GULF FRONT; 3
FT AVERAGE DEPTH BEING
OF TRACT 14 ORB 1j23/1B 0
(FOR FURTHER.LEGAL SEE

06268-121R
8916 R-iii2000
BARBER JAY 0.
S 18 T 9 R 11i
102 X 422 FT PARCEL;
BEING LOTS 2,3,4'.5 ORB
42S FR MAY LESS LOT i OP
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE *


...v~0v 6268-EE4R
60E R-1117000: S46'
03 SAVELL NORMAN
IU ,03 IS6 T 9 R 11' 1,9620 AC M/L
S0 F'rT BAY FRONT; 83, 6&28E FT
,, 3" AV DEPTH BEING TRACT S ORB
E PB lE/613-61' FR -COOLEY
AP# 6A


8L:: 10::1 bitd-???
a' b f:-1117.1 0 .b. t5'.1.
GARDNER JAMES E 8: ANN L
S220.72 S 6 T 9 R 11 .9620 AC M/L
50 FT BAY FRONT; 838.11 FT
r NO. 3 DEPTH BEING. TRACT 6
ORB ORB 1_E/574-.57E FR :OOLE.
DEV CO,-iP A .. ..
1070 GC -
TAX ROLL) .
.7 F,-l 18i ,)0 92,4-E.O.0
GATEWOOD CHARLES CRISP
S178,46& S "7 T 9 R 11. 102 FT BAY'
FRONT; 937 FT AV.' DFr'TI-I 3.lN1L.
SNO, TRACT # 3 ORB 10-i.4-:'FR
ST, VENTRY
PB 2 PG MAP# 18'-

TAX ROLL) 062687-7S1R
608 R-ii9io." 4692.,'
SIBLEY. tE1 rH 8: BETT :J
498.51 \5 7 T 9,R 11 :
125 FT BAYFRONT;, 1,90.16 FT AV
NO, 3 DEPTH ORB 1 54/81-818 FR RISH
LOT 19 8: COSTING '
MAP# 18C ,

ELK 1023 06269-035R..
609 R-1122500 S146-&.94
STEVENS LELAND MILLER 8:
S257.77 SAN BLAS ESTATES LOT 38 1.52.
:E R, AC ORB 82/799 100 FT GULF
NO. 3 FRONT'8: 1/6 INT ORB 141/81- FR '
ANDREWS 8: ORB 148/791 OC FR
(FOR.FURTHER LEGAL:SEE TAX' ROLL)'

06269-039R -
610 R-1122900 1S 41,2.73
51' 7 007 64 UNITED BANK OF GRIFFIN FSB
-- '. SAN BLAS ESTATES -PARCEL # 1 &
F A3, 80.42 FT GULF FRONTAGE;
FT BA" BEING A PORTION OF LOT 39
BEING L ORB 144/26-27 FR MC PERSON
EN PLAT MAP# 198

TAX ROLL.) O -3R
06269-314R
611 R-1127700 S922.94
PARKER ROBERT D 8: SYLVIA A
$129.09 'CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2J-1
14PC A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
IL PTTII ESTATES SUBD. ORB 131/72:L-22
(V DEPTH FR GREAT WESTERN BANK 8: ORB
142/993 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
:OSTIN
TAX ROLL) O269-321R
612 R-1128400 33.89
S SAMPLES RICHARD E. 8: ALYN
71:1 *3-: CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2P-2
IA" A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS

V-/L- ESTATES SUBD, ORB 104/769
lAY-A- 'MAP# 198
294 FR
0O274-010R
.613 R-1133600 S1949.7
WISE ROY H. 8 LANA G.
S 14 T 9 R 11
123.-:9 BEING LOT 10; TREASURE BAY
UNREC. ORB 137/159-160 FR
3A', TREASURE SHORES LIMITED
96-97 MAP#-54

06274-020R
614 R-1134600 282.82
COLLINS LAMAR 8: EDWARD HILL
646&0.&3 5 14 T 9 R 11
N BEING PARCEL 8: 6
ORB 138/602-4 FR BAYCO DEV.
FR CO. INC.,
NK (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06274-0349R
$193.91 61i R-1135800 199.'7 ,
ISTRIES DANKS THOMAS PAUL. 8: LIND,4 S
S-14 T 9 R 11
FR BEING PARCEL 16A'
ORB 138/680-8i FR BAYCO DEV.
CO. INC..
(FOP. FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

s816.25 06274-03ER
616 R-1135900 S 149,47
E,:) SMITH DEBORAH R.
);249;25) S 14 T 9 R 11
T BEING PARCEL 17A .
ORB 138/229-30 FR BAYCO DEV,
CO. INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

$696,24 06274-036R
6-i7 R-1136000 S149.-97
JOHNSON PHILLIP S.
8.64 S 149 T 9 R 11
LOT 8 BEING PARCEL 18A
-'+41 FR ORB 138/327-28 FR BAYCO DEV.
TAX POLL) 'CO. INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.


'580.93



129/
RB 129/
rAX ROLL)


06268-122R
597 R-11i2100 519. 497
S9'+.25 LUNT ROGER W.,
S 18 T 9 R 11
2 51 X 10&676 FT PARCEL BEING
;B PARCEL A OF AN UNREC SUB[:'
ORB 123/1949 FR MAY I..ES5 ORB
1016 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06274-220R
618 R-1139600
CELENTANO M. ELIZABETH
TREASURE BAY
LOT 4 ORB 139/273-74 FR
TREASURE SHORES LIMITED
MAP# 54


$393.95


BLK C


06274-25OR
619 R-1140200 393.'
CULLEN JOHN F ET AL
TREASURE BAY
LOT 10 ORB 143/883 FR TREASURE
SHORES LTD
MAP# -4 L.K C


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06274-275R
620. R-114070,0 -:
BLAYLOCK DEWEY A'
TREASURE BOY
LOT 15 ORB 14.7/825 FR TODD
r.Pt E4 5


BLK


-'06276-004R
A21 R-1 141700 $2)280.89
KELLEY JAMES Mi
CAPE SAN BLAST GULFSIDE &.
BA'fSIDE TP4"CT 4 1.15 AC ORB
10&/984-5 FR HERRING PB 3 PGS
.. 4 Ai :24B 8: 24C.
M. IAP# 19D

06276-005R
622 R-1i41800 $1,099.07
KARASKI STEPHEN J.
: CAPE SAN'BLAS GULF'SIDE 8:
BAYSIDE. TRACT 5 1.24 AC
*- ORB 101/508,-16 FR 1-LA TITLE 8:
MORTG. PB 3 PGS 24i24A, 248 .
.' (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T-1 ROLL).

0 6-76-0-3R
623 R--1143100' S521.43
POGERS inP.TIN W
C. -PE SWN BL.5B GULFS.TDE 8&
B' BFYSIDE LOT .3 ORB 1'0 /3L9-E4
8 LOT "t ORB 120 34:0 FR FLH.
TITLE 8 PARTNERS, INC. LE 5
: (FOP FURTHER LEG-iL SEE Ti-h ROLL)

06276-OL6RP.
624 R-1143400 5393.95
HARRISON ROBERT r- 8 DIANpNr W
CHPE SAN BLwS GULFSIDE 8-
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 14, 24l. "48 '.
8 241: LOT B OF TRACT 16
ORB 1iF519E' FP. Y.TES
:-. .. M PB# 19B
OE".76-0-9P
2E R-i i't 3-/')Q0 G iI.43
LEWIS CLNUDI, B.
C-iPE SAN BL"S GULFSIDE 8-
'* F 'SIDE TRACT 29 1.96 u-: ORB
90/9 FP LEWIS PB 3 PGS 24,
.' "4 I4B 8 24,
:. MiP #19B
.-': "06276-0 3P,
6276 R-Ri46100 E4+78.40
LEWIS CLAUDIA B.
CAPE SAN BLHS GULFSIDE 68
BAYSIDE FRACT. LOT S OF TRMCT
49; 10B FT BAY FR 320 FT rtV
DEPTH M/L ORB 97/660 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA;, ROLL )
C 127.-01L R
6L7 R-.L46600 i '190.4E-
LEE JAMES C- JR &B DOTTIE R
S 19 T 9 R 11
BEING UNIT A-Z OF SUNRISE/
SUNSET TRACT 8 CSB GULFSIDEE/
BAYSTDE ORB lS3/.li FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE Tt4X ROLL

OL7f6-Q7?EF'
QoS F.-117 i700 '13i rEL..93
SHEV'.HLIER Rt'I-YOri' D. 8 CLAUClDIA
I-:PE SI-4N BL '-.L GULFSID'E 8
E'i--SIDE .&6 FT GULF FPOIT
PORTION OF LOT B BEING UMIT 4-
1. SUNRISE 8 SUNSET TOWNHOUSES
IFOF- FURTHER LEIAHL SEE T)h' fOLLJ

OC-177-010P
6-9 R-1148300 $161.19
WEBSTER iltE I. 8 nART',
S 1: T 9 R ii
LOT ORB 160/90". FR TRE-SURE
SHORES LTI'
MAR1 -=.3
BL VII
,C'.' -E10R,
c 30 RP.-11 31c00 ,sB'-7.81
ArERICAN BANI ERS INSURANCE CO0
SAN BLsS PLANTATION
LOT "- ORB 1E3/987 FR JONES
MAPtS 3EE1
0'289-E40P.R
631 P.-11'3700 531B.38
SHERWOOD FuRNITURE INDUSTRIES
SAN BL-S PLANTATION
LOT 3 OPE 149/436-407
FR JONES
M. -P 3E.C'

06'.BB-E54FF.
6,:- P-I iE3BO)O B318.38
J B 1 INC'.
5-N BLi4S PLANTATION
LOT 9 ORB E50/306-308 FR DWA
REALTY INC
MiPa 35[,
06.&88-62'OR
-33 R-itSE300 5193.91
SHERWOOF' F'JRtNITURE TNEDUSTRIES
SAN BLAS PLwNTATiONr
LOT '4 ORB 149/406-407 FR
JONES
M-4Pt 3E,.
0:Ba3-,3E5R
634 R-115E600 5193.91
CD.".i-,. REnLTY INC.
SAN BLi-iS PLANTATION
LOT 17 ORB 145/973-977 FR
JONES
MPAPB 3ET-

SL. 9 -C3 Tf
3;- F "11'T.7''1t.':' 1, 933. ..
F'.ITTLE P -F. f F'PI'.'LLIS W.
5 L T 9 F. 11 400 FT B,/Y
FFONTr ?EING w 3v0 FT OF E
7-"0. -7 FT OF GOVT LOT 3 1 '*I1IG
tH OF CO R b 3'.-E ORB. l'i'/Ei16 FR
IFO. FuF THERE LEGt.L SEE f,4 POLL'

G 290-O OR
136 P--1lz7700 $lI,6lSLR
.WElJHIrTCH[4 STATE Bt N I"
SuRFSIDE ESTATE UNIT NO. 1
LOTS 11-16 ORB 1.E-0/25 FR
PA- N GULF ':CORP.
r li-.Ph 30ED

L_ :90-OEIR
637 R-115880O '5B..".83
BOARE'DWFL" PROPERTY OWNEAR-
SURFSIDE ESTpTES uNiT riI
LOTS CLOSED 8 D[EIC,-ITTEDC
PORTIONS OF G'JLF DRTVE CLOSED
8- DEDI.i-TED ORB 120/270 FR ...
(FOR FURTHER LEG.4L SEE T-l.-i ROLL. I

) '06190-240R
S63B R-111800 $1474.13
SHHNDS ELIZABETH C-RROLLS
.; SURFSIDE E TnlES UNIT hi l.OT
10 0B 10c.'610O FR P.-N GUL..F
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E.532 FR .GOLD
MAP# 35D

06291-OIR -
i, E R-1163900 5282.82
SHERWOOD FURNITJP.E IND INC
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LOT 3 ORB 148/E-L 11 ORB 1i8/'
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06291-025R
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06291-03OR
644 R-1163700
DEMAC INVESTMENTS INC ,
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
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SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. I
MAP#R 35D

06291-035R
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DEMAC INVESTMENTS INC
SURFSIDE-ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 7 ORB 151/520-530 FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. I
MAP# 35D


06291-15ER '
$371.71' 669 R-1166200 5282.82
MC SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
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06291-160R
670 R-1166300 $336.16
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ENC, 06291-165R
671. R-li66400 371.71
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06291-045R
647 R-l164.-30 $97
DEMmC TNVESTrmENTS INC
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648 R-1164100 $371.71
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6E2 R-1164500 1193.7i
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63 1R-1164600 "bli3.91
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06291-080R
694 R-116470-0 S2-9.47
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06291-08FR
655 R-1164800 's-. 8-.E
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06291-095R
6E7 R-it,6000 $371.71
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0629L--i1-R
661 R-116E400 'l971.83
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06191-120R
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06291 -1*tSR '. '. :
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SHERWOOD FURNITURE TND, INC:
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06291-13R .
664 R-116F700 .92.8
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06291i-135R .
6,F R-116E800 $L.9.47
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06.91- OR '
666 R-1165900 $193.91
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MAP# 3ED

06291-14ER5
667, R-1166000 $193.91
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SURFEIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
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MAP# 35D .

06291-10OR
668 R-1166100 5229.47
DEMAC INVESTMENSTS'INC
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SHERWOOD FURNITURE INC. INC. .
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06345-027R
690 R-1184600
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693 R-iI86400 HX'. 437.60
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694 R-1186600 $ 5'9.53
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06345-394R
716 R-tP98300 $460.6:3
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06345-39ER
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06345-385R
713 R-1197400 4+60.63
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0634+5-386R.
714 R-ii97500 $460.63
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ORB 148/,'S",-t9:. FR FLO'JEP '
MAPS EA .
06345-46ER ..
732 R-120"3900 $Sj361.23
MC It-ITOSH GEORGE C. AS TRUSTEE
BARRIEPR DUNES UNIT NO. 16i
ORB 121/12-93-94 FR BARRIER
DUNES DEV. CORP. 8: ORB 140/934
-35 FR MC INTOSH ,
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0634-495R
733 R-:L06000 2)145.64
HOBBY H CLYDE TRUSTEE
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 1'95
ORB, 152/86-964 FR BARRIER
DUNES DEV. CORP.
MAP# EA


0.345E-496R
734 P.-10610
LUNDOUIST W.R, & MARGE
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO,
ORB 139/780 FR BARRIER
C.EV. CORP.


$2,351.17

196
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06345-632R
735 R-1206900 $1,E80.82
ELLIS JAMES L. 8: VIVIAN J.
SEACLIFF .UNIT 2 BLDG A
ORB 121/4t3-4++ FR ALLIANCE
GROUP
MAP# 5A

06345-635ER
736 R-1207200 $si.E80.82
GRANT JAMES W. & GRADY W.
SEACLIFF UNIT 5 BLDG A
ORB 116/370 FR ALLIANCE GRO
UP MAP# EA
BLDG A

06345-636R
737 R-1207300, S 5580,.82
SLAUGHTER TERRY D. 8: JENNIlIFER
SEACLIFF UNIT 6 BLDG A
ORB 118/335-36 FR ALLIANCE
GROUP
MAP# BA
BLDG A


.06345-638R
7'38' R-1207500 $1 S 580.82
CUNNINGHAM GENE R
SEACLIFF UNIT 2 BLDG B
ORB, 1:22/9664-6' FR ALLIANCE
GROUP
MAP#4 SA

06345-643R
739 R-2 o08000 S:Il58'0.8-
SASSOCIATES PRINTING .CO.
SEACLIFF UNIT 7 BLDG B
ORB 116/461 FR ALLIANCE COR
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S06345-880R
7'+0 R-1209400 2I. 9-.7
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
S 25 T 8 R 12 .
F-'13 SECLUDED DUNES'
* ORB S'48/693-694.- FR SECLUDED.
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(FOP. FIJP.THE.R IEG',L -.EE T1 ROLLi

063496-00 R
741 R-1i09900 $192191
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06346-C 70P
746 R-6i l.t;0 v51199.
PEHCGCI:' BILL"' 'ON F_! ML
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MAP# ED,

0.6349-C2.OP
747 R-1l31) -1 X 1. 811 .9-:
P IERGIOVANNIT OCLE 8 Ll 'i.-
PENINSULA ESTl4TES UBD PB 3
PG 11 TRACT 2 ORB 11., IZC- FP
F.OCCHOL,' LESS ORB L4"l.8-2 TC.
DEAN 8. DARLA PIESGIijVI'I4Ni
(FOR FURTHER LECG-L LEE Th ROLL I

06349-0i.
748 R-121-i3400 HX 5864.4?
PIERGIOVANNI [DEN 8 D,-H-Lp,
PENINSULn ESTATES SuBl,
PB 3 PG 11 A PORTION OF TrRr-i-T
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0,b34?-C: 9P
7't9 -R-11Ei400 $33.71
LHND VENTURE pSSOCIw-ITES
S36 TB Ril F' X -E9.16 STRIP
TO B.-4'.1' BEI L -u LlC- rl.-ir
INCLUDED IN PENtINSULA ESTATES
SUBD. Pl -T LESS ORB 91,'867 TO
E'/liMl 1 OPS .,D '89. TO fl4FI Ei

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751 R-118:00 18.3b
CHESTER E. WINSTON 2 CGIL G.
PENINSULA ESTATES .LIBD, FB -
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ORB 134 '9D-., FR .-MB'.,
MPAP11 E

06349-L.EBR
75-2 R-i 184,'))0 T, .o02
CNPEE Ti LM I1 i EE PHP.TI'I-"R'.HII
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ORB dO./E3'+ GC FR WnLSH
8- ORB 161/837 :COCD FR 11ARINtO '
MHPB EDC,

04349-2'-iRP.
7S:3 PR--:118700 $189.92
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PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3M
PG 11 LOT 11 OF TRAC:T F ORB
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* 06351ro060oR .
754 R-1i22'46o00 227.70
HARMON SUSAN 8 CRAIG,
CA.PE BREEZES BEING LOT 60 IN
r-.I UtIRP.ECORDED SUBDIVISION OF
LOT 24 ORB la9.':74--,7E FR
GUARLES III
(FOR FURTHER 'LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0.63E1-063R
75E R.-1i24900 167.24
BURGESS JAMES P.
CAPE BREEZEZ PB 3 PG 23 BEING
LOT 63 OF AN UNRtCORDED PLAT
SUBD. OF LOT 1 BLK B ORB
112/318 FR MALOY ET AL LESS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06351-064R
756 ER-.LE.003 S193.91
BURGESS, JAMES P.
CAPE BREEZES PB 3 PG 23 BEING
LOT 64 OF AN UNRECORDED PLAT
SUBD. OF LOT 1 BLK B ORB
115/29iiFR MALOY'ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06351-074R
.757 R-1225700 HX $319192
BURGESS JEFFREY MORET
CAPE BREEZES
A PORTION OF LOT 63) AN UNREC.
PLAT SUBDI ORB 126/801
MAP#R 6A

06366-021R
758 R-1231300 S69.4+5
VAN WART HAROLD & JANE M.
CAPE.SAN BLAS SHORES UNIT NO.
I W B' OF E/2 OF LOT 33
ORB 128/1108 FR DANESE
MAP# _E D

06378-iSO0R
759 R-1234300 S., 149.64-
CAPE DUNES DEV, CORP
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UNIT NO, 9
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