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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 12, 1994
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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USPS 518-880

FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 37


Bill Koran, 39, owner of a lo-
cal marine and dive center here
in Port St. Joe is recovering from
a broken leg sustained Saturday
evening when the 150 Cessna he
Swas pilotthig, cras.',lM-St: Jd".
seph's Spit. Janna Knox, 36, of
Panama City, a passenger in the
airplane, is still in a bum center
in Mobile, Ala., being treated for
* second and third degree bums on
the back of both legs.
The two were rescued and
brought across the Bay by Brian
Tebon, in a boat. Tebon, an em-
ployee of Koran's Capt. Black's
Marina, was diving and fishing
with his family in the vicinity of
Shark Hole near the tip of the Pe-
ninsula. Koran and his compan-
ion were flying In the area and
dipped down over their parked
boat
Suddenly, Koran ,said he be-
gan to lose control of the air-
plane. "The controls weren't re-
sponding. I cForrected in the
proper manner, but we were too:
close to the ground to recover
properly. I decided to sit it down
on the beach. The rear wheels
touched down properly but when,
the front wheel hit the soft sand,
'we flipped over, landing on the


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top of the plane."
Koran said he was nearly
knocked out and his left leg was
broken. "I got out with the help of
Tebon. who ran up and opened
'fthie 'fdbi' Thrniha's "bIt '. was
jammed but we fllinally got her
(See CRASH Page 3)


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INDUSTRY DEEP WATER PORT FINE PEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1994


In Wewahitchka Tuesday


Special Day!!1

It will be a "special day" in Wewahitchka Tuesday. The
Chamber of Commerce is using the completion of restoration
work on the old Courthouse as a vehicle for a special evening in'
the "City with a Heart, located in the Heart of the Dead Lakes".
Channel 13 will be broadcasting its evening news programs at
5:00 and 6:00 p.m., CT. from the picnic location, the lawn of the
old Courthouse. The broadcast is part of Channel 13's "Panhan-
dle Pride" program, in which they broadcast from various com-
munities in their coverage area.
Dedication of the old Courthouse means the restoration of
the old seat of government is complete after more than two years
in the process. The old Courthouse was Gulf County's first per-
manent house of government, built in 1925 at a cost of $90,000.
It has more recently been the target of a restoration program un-
der a historic building grant from the state of Florida. Work has
now been completed.
The program will be centered on the lawn of the old Court-
house. beginning at 4:30 with dinners being sold by the Opti-
mist club and Band Boosters, until 7:30 [CT|. At 5:00 the first of
two live newscasts will begin, followed with a concert by the We-
wahitchka High School Band at 5:30. The second section of the
news cast will begin at 6:00, followed by a short ceremony and
open house of the historic building, including tours of the re-
stored structure.
The Chamber urges everyone to come spend the evening at
this gigantic picnic in Wewahitchka. There will be barbecue, piz-
za, student art displays, essays on "My Hometown" and music.
Cash awards will be given for the best essays.
Bring a lawn chair, blanket or whatever you need to get com-
fortable on the grass and enjoy!



Couple Injured


In Plane Crash


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What do lead-based paint,
pool chemicals, batteries, sol-
vents, herbicides and insecti-
cides all have in common? All
are toxic wastes that can find
their way into drinking water
if not properly disposed. Area
residents will soon have an
opportunity to safely and easi-
ly dispose of dangerous chem-
icals, fluids and other materi-
als lurking in their garages
and kitchens when Gulf
County conducts a' Toxic


County Given Clean Slate

By Auditor Michael Tucker-Reports All Funds, Records, in Good Shape
Auditor Michael Tucker gave The arrangement seems to have put the full amount in the bud- ing to do in several different plac-
his annual report to the Gulf benellted both parties." he re- get, even though you can't pay it.- es in south Gulf County to be fln-
Countv Commission Tuesday eve- marked. in the current year," he said. ished with the preparations. Then
ling, "reporting that the county Tucker noted the county had He congratulated the Board we will begin noufying the resi-
records and finances were in received oter $1 million in state for improvements in the financial dents of the county what their
very satisfactory" condition. and federal grants during the fis- postule of its water departments, property number is." Nelson said.
Tucker's summary of the full cal year: that it had a payroll of He noted the systems were all on Larny Wells. who headed up
reportt noted the rediLiction of tax- $2.2 inillion. and reported no sig- a pay-their-own-way basis. the system until Nelson came on
Es by 'nearly a full mill" and not- nificant financial weakness. COME JOIN US board this year, said the planning
ed that all bills were paid accord- The auditor gently chided the Marshall Nelson, director of committee is asking Franklin
ng to agreement. Sheriffs department for failure to the 911 operation, said the sys- County to Join with Gulf County.
"The county came to a satis- list the full price of vehicles in its tem is progressing according to in the E911 system. 'They pres-
actory conclusion on their flnan- budget, rather than the amount schedule and the system will be ently have the basic 911. which is
c:al arrangement in helping Raf- the Department would pay on fl- in operation in October. merely one number to call. They
leld Fisheries during the year. nanced vehicles. "Go ahead and "We have only some nimber- don't have the automatic locators,
l the recorders, nor some of the
t--T:' other desirable functions of
E911," he said.
"By joining together, we can
save both counties money and
Shave a truly emergency system,
e" medicl pall operating from the same cen-
S. triall point," Wells said.
'its the state's goal that every
-O r count)' have the E911 system,"
SWells continued.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other items of business,
the Commission:
-Issued plaques to the City
of Wewahitchka and Gulf Coast
Electric Coop. for their work. in
raising finances to purchase
." & lt property on which to locate a new
state prison. Hub Norris received
0,8 the plaque for Gulf Coast Electric
t Rand City Commissioners Tony
SJustice and Ernest Morris for We-
-' wahitchka.
et -Agreed to assist the corn-
pro b. Nt nuinity of Overstreet to purchase
Se -. a used fire truck to replace an old
S one which is causing the cons-
stant problems.


...Appleman

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RunnerMakingTooMany

Brian Tebon, Rescue wortber hiba Montel- from a boat to a waiting 'ambulance follow- W an D tognose e
o and EMT Debra Thrasher and an unidenti- Ing a plane crash Saturday evening. Koran State Attorney Jim Apple-
led medic, prepare to transfer BIll Koran had a broken left leg. man, late last week, announced
he was withdrawing his recoinm-
mendation that the 14th Judicial
Circuit Iwhich includes Gulf
rdous Materials Free on Saturday Countyl hire Dr. William Eckert
as Medical Examiner for the Cir-
cuit.
*Appleman had headed up -a
committee which conducted near-
ly a year-long search for a re-
placement for Dr. Richard Svbers
Waste Round-up on Saturday, ing water contamination from will take place at the Port St. before deciding to recommend Dr.
May 14. toxic substances," Danford Joe Courthouse from 9 a.m. to Eckert to the several counties irrn'
Hazardous household said. "The Toxic Waste Round- 4.p.m. the Circuit. Each of the six
waste could become a serious up will give people the oppor- There is no charge for dis- counties in the Circuit pays a
problem in North Florida,. tunity to clean out their of t 100 d f portion of the Medical Examiner's
according to Joe Danford, Gulf homes, garages and sheds and hazardous waste from each salary and expenses.
County Solid Waste Director. do something good for the household. Hazardous wastefromeach The State Attorney, who
"When people dump toxic environment at the same generated b small businesses headed up the search committee,
wastes down the drain or bury time." will be sacelted within said he was withdrawing his rec-
them, they can find their way Gulf County residents are awillra forbe aaccp ted with prior fee commendation and appointment,
into the area's water supply." urged to round-up their house- pp effective June 14 and recovering
Danford said. hold wastes and bring them to For more information, call the search committee on Tues-
"Florida's high water table the Toxic Waste Round-up for -Gulf County's Solid Waste day, May 17, to begin the search
makes it vulnerable to drink- proper disposal The Round-up Department;at 227-3696. process for another Medical Ex-
I I :, ; "- ."I(See APPLEMAN- Page 3)


Hospital Receives

Half Million Grant

Will Use Funds As A Boost To
Provide Better Patient Services


Rural hospitals throughout
Florida received large sums of
money from the State Treasury
this past week as a boost to small
hospitals which have been
.deemed as filling an. important
role in the medical world of Flori-
da.
* Brian Upton, administrator of
Gulf Pines .Hospital here in" Port
St. 'Joe, told The Star that 27
small rural hospitals in Florida
provide medical attention to five
percent of the population. "Much
of the care is given indigents, peo-
ple unable to secure Insurance,
people on Medicare and as emer-
gency stations in locations which
are far removed from large' hospi-
tals offering a variety of major
services.
"This is the reason Gulf Pines
received $475,000 this week; to
spend it on getting into a sound
operational posture and to pur-
chase equipment, making us able
to continue to perform our Job to
the- people of Port SL Joe and
Gulf County. It has been no se-
cret the hospital has been strug-
gling, financially,, for years. This
money-helps us breathe a little
easier and also makes- us finan-


clally able to provide improve-
ments in some areas."
Upton said the hospital will
use its windfall from the state
government in three avenues.
"We will pay some bills, purchase
some new or good used equip-
ment and do some cosmetic work
on the building and furniture,"
Upton said.
The administrator said the
hospital will use all the money to
benefit the patient in one way or
another. "We must report on how
we spend this money in order to
be eligible for the same grant next
year.
Upton said the hospital is
dedicated to remaining Medicare
accredited and many of the ex-
penditures will be targeted at
maintaining this accreditation.
"Naturally part of that is paying
bills to keep the institution oper-
ating."
Gulf Pines has had its share
of financial troubles, Just as all
other small hospitals throughout
the state. The money received
'this. past week is a part of Flori-
da's' medical care improvements
to make the access of treatment
available for everyone.,


First State Tournament Win
1994 CLASS AA STATE CHAMPIONS The Sharks won their first
ever state championship in Class 2A track and field last Saturday.


See the story on page 8A. Seated, from left: Robert Williams, Antwi-
one Allen, Willie Dawson, Cedric Anthony, Lee Duren, John Bryant _
and Coach John Rainwater. Standing, from left: Coach Scott Gow-
an, Mario Larry, Chris Daniels, Zyris Hill. Jeremy Tull, Tarus Riley
and Kenny Daves.


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Went Down on St. Joseph's Spit
Late Saturday Afternoon


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PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1994


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Boosters!


WE, HERE AT THE STAR, are unashamed boosters, sup-
porters, promoters ... whatever you want to call us ... of 'Port
St. Joe and Gulf County, its people and its style of life. We make
-tno apologies for this position. We suppose you could label us,
'prejudiced, in this respect. .
SBecause of our position, if makes us as proud as punch
when we see something or someone who represents a place of
accomplishment for our hometown and home county. In this re-
spect, we are set in our ways, adamant, unmoving, unwavering.
We have this "thing" about: our city and county because we
have chosen to live here for many years and, frankly, it has
grown on us.
: THEREFORE, IT IS WITH your knowing precisely where we
'stand that we come to you to report an incident which makes us
as proud as punch to live here; to be a part of it.
Thursday evening, at the Gold Card Club Banquet, we were
'gathered with about 300 people who had come to offer some sort
of expressed approval to students who had excelled in academ-
ics during the school year. Some of the folks, we imagine, were
Just there because they were expected to be, but to us, it was a
startling and pleasing revelation.
Just a glance across the room was enough to make anyone
'-from a small town proud of his hometown.
WE'LL MORE THAN likely leave someone out, but bear in
mind we just want to give you an example of what students from
our small hometown have accomplished, with just a "primitive
start in life from our antiquated, backward schools which don't
offer anything".
We saw, first, a group of four, which graduated from Port St.
Joe High School, standing, talking. One was the associate Dean
of Florida State University, Panama City Campus, Dr. Jerome
Barnes. Another was Jake Belin, Jr., CEO of KOR refining of
near Bakersfield, Calif., a manufacturer. of gasoline, kerosenle,
mineral spirits and other distillate products. A third man was
.Bill Antley, Production Coordinator for St. Joe Forest Products
mill here in Port St. Joe. The fourth was Chris Earley, recently
named principal of the middle school. :
And if that doesn't impress you, a second glance across the
room revealed J. C. Belin, Chairman of the Board of St. Joe
Paper Company, one of the larger corporations in Florida; Walter
Wilder, Superintendent: of Public Instruction; Charlotte Pierce,
School Board member. The thing they all have in common is
that they are graduates.of "little old" Port St. Joe High School.
As an added dose of pride, we could see Ted Whitfield, School
Board member, PSJHS grad and head of the largest pulpwood
producing concern in Gulf County. ,
That's some pretty hefty mental "artillery" to come from a
small place, of which we. don't relish hearing denigrating com-
ments.
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A HollowVictory
THE PRESIDENT HAD a smug look on his face Friday morn-
ing when the newspapers announced that the House had ap-
proved of the bill to outlaw several models of automatic assault
weapons from being made. Since it was one of his pet projects,
maybe';he should have the smug look, but the width of his-so-,
called victory makes us wonder if that expression shouldn't be
one of apprehension rather than one of satisfaction.
A -two vote margin isn't quite enough plurality to take into
the Senate and ask, with any assurance, that they do likewise.
The: gun debate has been one of the hottest questions to be
handled by the Congress in several years. If might even rival the
health care program, still to be decided, for an emotional cause.
OPPONENTS OF THE proposed law are offering a very valid
argumerit that criminals will continue to get the automatic
weapons. They are the real problem, according to opponents of
banning the bill.
To a great extent, we can agree with them. Personally, we
don't see why a sportsman would want one of the assault rifles
subject to controls. Banning won't make them unavailable, how-
ever. The ones already made will become more expensive and,
cause them to be dealt more clandestinely than in the past is all.
THERE WAS NO demand for the autos before the criniinals
started to, use them. Then, every policeman in the nation began
to demand the guns just to keep their firepower on an even keel.
Actually, if the lawmakers had ceased to be so lenient with crim-
inals and developed more of a crime deterrent, there would be no
demand for the guns' and this activity in itself would have taken
care of the matter.
Now, our law enforcement officers will be at the mercy of the
thousands of guns already out there.


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Hunker Down with Kes


by Kesley Colbert


LaRenda Upset The


Perfect Balance


My wife and her fifth grade
class Just got back from a field
trip to Philadelphia. I drove over
to the airport to pick 'em up. As
the first group of youngsters ern-
tered the terminal, I leaned down,
"How was the.trip?"
"Well, Mr. Kesley, the flight
up was .a little bumpy due to
some turbulent weather we en-
countered on our approach to
Philadelphia. But the city itself
was most Interesting." '
'They have done an excellent
job of preserving the old historical
sites even as they built a 'new
' modern city around them."
'The Delaware River 'was
somewhat of a disappointment--I-
thought it would be larger."
'That Ben Franklin was a!
character, wasn't he?
"And' can you imagine the
hardships Washington's troops.
encountered at Valley Forge. ....
These were fifth graders?
They sounded like seasoned
world travelers to me; Come to
think of it--you make it to Phila-
delphia, Pennsylvania, and


back-you are a seasoned travel-
er .
Where are .those folks that.
are always complaining about:the
school system not doing the job
"like it did back in 'their' day"?
Listen, back in my day I
.didn't even know where Philadel-
phia was. As a fifth grader, I'd
only heard of it because of Robin
Roberts, Richie Ashburn, Del En-
nis and the rest of the Phillies. It
never even dawned on us that we
*might possibly' could "take a trip
.somewhere" as a class.
Ignorance, I've heard it said,
is' bliss. If that's the case I reckon
we were contented "not" to go on
any field trips. It would, however,
have been nice if Mrs. Dinwiddie
had 'a given.us an, option.. We
wouldn't a', had to' go to Philly,
mind you. A nice plane ride down
,to Memphis would a' been O.K.
We could have looked at the river
and scooted on over. to Sun
Records and maybe caught a
glimpse of Jerry Lee, Elvis, John-.
ny. Carl or Bill Black ...Heck,
we'd a' settled for a slow train
ride for the eight miles out to
Christmasville.
Mr. Ratliffe Paschall taught
biology In high school. "Class, Fri-
day morning we will be going on a


Yes, Virginia, There


field trip, .
Finally!
I know your junior year is .a
little late to start on field trips by ',
today's standards by we were just
tickled pink to be getting "away
from the prison" for a day.
"Where. are we going, Mr. Pas-
chall?" We were tingling with ex-
citement. Memphis? Nashville?
Maybe live studio wrestling at
Channel 7 in Jackson?
Mr. Paschall paused, obvi-
ously' enjoying the anticipation
growing in our faces. ..
'You'll find out Friday morn-
ing, Bring a sack lunch and a
notebook and a pencil."
By late Thursday afternoon
we'd guessed every place within a
five hundred mile radius. Most of
us hoped it would be Memphis.,
But Charlene pointed out that we
were in the .wrong class for the
big city, "There ain't nothing bio-
logical about Memphis."
''I guess the drag races down
at Selmer are out, too." Nobody
even responded to Ricky Gene.
We all knew there had to be some
ground rules on these field trip
things..
"I don't think you have 'to
take notes"' We turned a quizzical
eye toward LaRenda. "It's not an


official school class room. They
can't make you take notes away
from the school." LaRenda's dad
was a school board member and
she nfiight know something-but
you had to remember that LaRen-
da could walk :that fine line be-
tween truth and sounding impor-
tant;. .
Friday dawned bright and
clear.. "Perfect day for a field trip,"
someone remarked as, notebooks
in hand, :ve loaded aboard Mr.
. Luckenbill's bus.' He headed out
the Como Highway :and turned
down the dirt road toward my
house
"Mr. Paschall, aip't nobody
lives out here except us and the
Moore's."
That's right: today, class, we
are going to explore." I promise
his voice was rising with excite-
ment, "the wild life and plant life
living in and around the big body
of water stretching across .the
back portion of Mr. Moore's, bot-
tom farm."
I couldn't believe my ears! My,
very first ever field trip ends up a.
lousy half mile from the house. I
grew up down at Airchie Moore's
,pond. You couldn't even swim in
it because of the green scum cov-
ering the whole thing...
Mr. Paschall went on and on
.about the balance between the
(See KESLEY Page 3)


is a Woodrow Kennon's Store!


A Partisan School Fan Will Go To Almost Any Length


DOES IT STRIKE you as be-
ing a little peculiar when a man.
[or woman]-usually of the foot-
ball fan variety-becomes ob-
sessed with supporting his school
or team?
He [or she] usually talks.
about, thinks about, writes
about, his favorite team or school
all the time.. sometimes to the
point of boredom, if you know
what I mean. .
A real, true, blue fan will
usually go to any lengths to bore
you with his loyalty, or his team's,
prowess on the athletic field. He
usually has a pocketfull of statis-
tics showing why his team can't
be beat. His list of excuses 'why
they did lose, is just as long and
usually that list is headed up by
the officiating. "We had the worst
officials in the league for that
game."
They wear school colors, use
school logos on their stationery,
paint their houses in school .col-
ors and generally go on and on


ETAOIN SHRDLU


about the prowess of their partic-
ular athletes and schools.
Some even paint their old
worn-out Jeeps, which barely
run,. their sacred blue and orange
colors. Could there be any sym-
bolism to this activity? .You know
"old", "worn-out", "barely
run"?
I HAVE NO PROBLEM with a
person being loyal to his school. I
am loyal to the Sharks. Fred,
Grady, Cecil, Charlie, Rex, Billy
Joe, Carl and a few more are loyal
to the Gators. Wayne is loyal to
the Bulldogs and.they never had
a more loyal fan than Pete was


By Wesley Ramsey


before he died. George, George Y.,
Ralph, Mike, Greg, -Jim, Quinn,'
Ashley and James all think Bob-
Sby Bowden and each and every
one of the Seminoles can walk on
water.
Fred is thoroughly pledged to
the University of Kentucky, even
though they only play basketball
exceptionally well some sea-
sons. But fans are like that. Stick
with the team. Loyalty through
thick or thin. Right now, the Sem-
inole supporters are living off the
reputation as national champi-
ons. Gators are experiencing eu-
phoria over being Southeastern
Conference champions; and so it.


goes.
THIS TYPE FAN IS a harm-
less, fanatic. He is all bluster and.
brag. They don't ever let him play.
But place a real, true, blue fan in
a place of being trusted to make
important decisions for his place
of gainful. employment the
one who pays the fan enough to
support his fanaticism; and one
-,gets more "fan" that he had bar-
gained for. .
In a situation such as this, a
'loyal fan will even' resort to mis-
i guided power being utilized to
.place his favored school's colors
,on railroad freight cars.
Apalachicola Northern Rail-
,road, railroad freight cars!
As if the world didn't know
'the freight cars were based in
Florida and [supposedly] had
nothing to do with playing foot-
ball.
But there they sit; on the
ANRR freight yard in all their
bright orange -and blue decor,


clashing with the green back-
ground of the grass and stately
pines which surround the freight
yard.
I MISTAKENLY thought the
fault for the University of Florida
color scheme highlighting the'
railroad freight cars fell squarely
in the lap of Wayne Parrish, vice
president of the Road, who has
been known to emit a few"'Go Ga-
tors" on special occasions and
who, indeed, will talk about the
merits of "his" team on occasion.,
Even Gwen, his wife, takes
back seat to a rousing Gator
game.,
I would classify Wayne a true,
rabid Gator fan. He has worked
for the railroad for 30 years in or-
der to get in a position to be em-
powered with authority to order
the line's cars painted orange and
blue and-by jupiter-he's going
to exercise that authority
Oh, they're there If you don't
believe it, just take a ride by the


tracks sometime and see if those
blue cars with the: big'orange box
on the side which says, "Ship The
Port St. Joe Route" don't make
your eyes water, too.

WAYNE SAYS HE isn't to
blame for the color scheme, even
. though he does' nothing to dis-
courage it; yea, he even encourag-
es it. I
"It's all because of circum-
stances," he said.
"We wanted the cars painted
another color. I told the manufac-
turer to paint them royal blue,
the same color as our locomotives
which have been painted that col-
or for years."
"I also told him we had a lot.
of trains operating at night, and
they had to be easily seen,"
Wayne continued in an innocent
tone. 'The painter said, 'I have
this color known as "OSHA
Orange ..."
A likely story. He's probably a
Florida fan, tool


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People wandered throughout the Festival


The World's Cruelest Mother
It reminded me of y hmothler, te story I heard on the radio the
day before Mother's Da'. 'It was one of Paul Harvey's best.'
Mr. Harvey stated that he loved to read the Brookhaven,, Missis'
sippi, newspaper because i always had something interesting in it
about one of the' town citizens. This particular article was by one of
Brookhaven's residents who, wrote it abut her mother. I did not
catch the lady's name, but the article's title was, The World's Cruel-
est Mother. .
I cannot remember the article word for word, so I won't attempt
to quote all of it. The content, however, will remain in my. mind for-
ever. It started something like this:. ,
"I must have had the cruelest mother on earth. I'm certain of
this because when all the other children were eating candy and
drinking cokes for breakfast; my cruel mother made us eat eggs,
bacon, toast, and drink juice. And at lunch, other kids would eat
cake and ice cream and such; -my cruel miiother would make us eat
vegetables and meat and potatoes and things like that. She was so,
cruelly"
That was just like my mother, Leola B. Campbell!
The article went on to say that this cruel mother demanded to
know where her children were every ,minute of every day. Why,'
while all the other children were running here and.there, her cruel
mother demanded to know where they were every minute. Why, she
wouldn't let them out, of her sight unless she knew for certain
where they were going and who they were going with.
Cruel, just like my mother was
Later oh, the article continued, when other girls were dating at
12 or 13 years old, her cruel mother wouldn't let them date until'
they were i 5. And while other parents allowed their girls' dates to
drive up and blow the horn for them her cruel mother 'demanded
that her dates come to the front door and ask for her like a gentle-
man. .
How cruel can one mother get? Read on.
Then came the cruelest part of all. Her cruel mother demanded
that, they tell the truth, even if it hurl! And she wouldn't hesitate ,in
"'tanning their hides" if they.didn't. She would do it with a 'switch,
and she would do it if they didn't mind or didn't do the right thing.
Why, that woman should have been jailed, along with my moth-
ern
Another thing this cruel mother demanded was that she be, in
at certain hour or before. When she called home and said she
would be home ih an. hour, she had better be there in an hour, or
less. Staying out late was being home by 11 o'clock.
Want to know what else this lady said about her cruel mother?_
She said her mother actually made them go to church every Sun-
day! She also made them work for what they got: there was no "free
ride" around their house, she said.
The ironic thing about it, she went on, was that by the time
she and her other sisters and brothers were old enough to do things
on their own, this cruel treatment had been so ingrained in them
that they continued to do the cruel things their mother had taught
them to do.
We need a lot more cruel mothers today, dear hearts!


Festival

Attracts

Crowd
Gulf County's ninth
annual Seafood Festival
attracted record crowds in
its new location Saturday.
Setting up under the
stately pines in the city's
First Union Park at the In-
tersection of Fifth Street
and Highway 98, unprece-
dented crowds gathered to
visit, look at and purchase
the many crafts offered by
various craftsmen and eat
seafood.
The high school band
.played and ladies sang as
the festival shifted into
high gear around 10:30
a.m., with activities con-
tinuing well into the after-
:'noon.
The weather was per-
fect for the running of the
kids rides, the riding of
horses and eating snow-
cones and cotton candy.
In the words of chair-
.man Liba Monteiro. "A
good time was had by all!"


and sat under the big tent visiting and eating seafood.


Kids rode the train, jumped in the 'Moon Walk' and en-
joyed'snow cones and cotton candy all day.
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Peterson Announces Intent


Congressman Pete Peterson,
D-Marianna. announced May 9
that he will speek re-elecuon as

Seafood Producers
Meet For Strategy
The Seafood Producers &
Consumers Association is having
a meeting on Monday, May 16. at
7:30 p.m. ET at the Union Hall on
Sixth Street.
There will be an election of of-
ficers held, as well as guest
speaker Ray Pringle of the Rain-
bow Coalition. Mr. Pringle will'
give the latest information on the
"Ban the Nets" movement and
'also what his organization Is do-'
ing to stop It.
All fishermen are urged to at-'
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the U. S. Representative for the
Second Conrgres.iqal .D.istrict.,of -
Florida.
After filing the required elec-
tion papers with the Secretary of
State's Division of Elections office
at the state Capital. Peterson pro-

Barbecue to Raise
Funds for Center
The Gulf County Senior Citl-
zens will be holding a barbecue
sandwich dinner on this Friday,.
May 13 at the Port St. Joe Park,
(First Union Bank) from 11:00-
1'30, They;will be serving-a large"
barbecue beef sandwich with po-
tato 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.
Citizens and Commimunity Center.


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insurance n s... : ."'"Fromi Page 2
nrer mannt term.


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retirement.)


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amoebas and the day lilies and
'the grasshoppers.. hewas'rant-,-
,,,ing about how those little ,rotO- .
zoans got around when Buddy
Wiggleton pushed LaRenda into
the pond.;LaRenda was a'mite big
for her size-they. found grass-
hoppe'rs up to a mile away.'
stopped in mid-flight by flying
pond scum...
LaRenda came up like the
creature form the green lagoon
and started after Buddy. He
stomped'down half an acre of day
lilies making his escape. and I
haven't seen-, or heard from an
; amoeba since that day. :
I'd. say; field' trips have
changed, a tacd over the last thirty
years. And I'm so proud that Ca-
thy's class got to go, to Philadel-
phia. I figure if they can make
S' Boston next ,year and maybe
Hardlick, Wyoming, the year after
,that-why, they'd be about ready
for the .big :trip out to: Archie
S, Moore's pond.... ,,
., Respectfully,
Kesley


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tion to Run Church Donates
.., .. To Senior Citizens
vided several reason for seeking a To Senior Citizens
third tenm.' 'Over-'the last >four-"'---' The pastor and members-'of
years, I have learned that, above the Philadelphia Primitive Baptist
all. the people of this district ex- Church donated $100 in memory
pect their legislators to be honest of the late Ethel Byrd Allen, who
leaders that have the courage, to was a faithful and tireless worker
do what is right for North Florida in the Gulf county Senior Citizens
and the nation." Peterson said. Association. Sally Jenkins pre-


Noting his uniquely centralist
voting record, Peterson stressed
his ability to review every legisla-
-tive proposal on its own merits.
"With an increasingly polarized
political climate threatening to re-
turn us to the days of gridlock -
responsible, open-minded, and
pragmatic leadership is now more
essential than ever. It is the only
way we will be able to keep the
country's long term goals in
sight. ,


Crash
From Page 1
loose and started lifting her out.
Her legs were covered with gaso-
line and she caught fire as we lift-
ed her out. She rolled over into,
the water, 'about 30 feet away, to
put the fire out." ,
Gulf County Search and Res-
c' iue and South Gulf County Am-
bulance Service Were on hand at'
the city pier at' ,the west end of
Fifth Street when Tebon's boat ar-
rived with the two' injured people,
and whisked them off to the hos-
Spital. r
Koran was released Monday
and Ms. Knox was transferred to
the Mobile hospital, where she is
being treated for her burns.
"The plane was a total loss.
Koran said he didn't know
what went wrong. "It all hap-
pened so fast, I didn't have time
to think or plan what I would do.
I just reacted from flying experi-
ence. It worked, too,- the plane
was responding, but I was too low
to completely recover," he said.


sciicu te LIICLhK t u criy LOkUC.
SThis will'be' an annual memorial.


Appleman
From Page I
aminer all overagain.
"The move is being taken,- ac-
cording to Appleman, because of
continued serious 'complaints
about Dr. Eckert's .performance,
especially in the matter of autop-
sies. resulting from deaths which
: may warrant a criminal action be-
ing charged.
Sheriff Al Harrison of Gulf
'County said wrong diagnoses had
"been more prevalent "than an of-
fice 'whose opinions directly affect
the investigation- of criminal cases
should. I agree with Appleman.
Something has to be done."
Applemnan has effectively fired
Dr. Eckert by his withdrawal of.
an action of recommendation, es-
pecially since Dr. Eckert hadn't
received a permanent appoint-
ment as yet.
The Doctor is said to have
!had a stroke 'prior to coming to
Gulf County, but came with good
references. His reputation has
been impeccable and his opinion
. has been sought in several cases
of worldwide interest. Now,. re-
ports of law enforcement agencies
are regularly questioning Dr. Eck-
ert's, autopsy results. Many of the
'announced results have been
changed by him after a few days.
As a result several criminal cases
involving wrongful death have
forced law enforcement officials to
start over again on investigations,
even after gaining confessions.


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Three Band Students in

State Solo Competiti on


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Tuesday, May 10, three mem-' trombonie;- and euphonluifi. To' '
bers of the Port St. Joe High participate at static level, students
School Band of Gold will be tray- must have 'received' a su period
eling to Gainesville to participate rating at District Solo' ahd En-
in the State Solo and Ensemble semble on a category four or
.Competition, These. three ,stu.-; aboyveelection .of.-music.,(Music'
dents have already earned a su- is categorized from ,level' one
perior rating on the solos they; through leVel'seven, levef one be-'
performed at District Solo and fing the easiest and level sReveh be-
Ensemble held in Panama City on ing the most difficult.) '
February 13th. These students have worked
Performing solos will be da- hard and are dedicated td the
nielle Fox flute; Mike Wear ,-. -.band program. at 'Port St.' Joe
snare, drum; and Tres Long on. High.
four instruments:, clarinet; tuba;*, ,.


Catherine Smith


Engaged


Final Plans for Handley, Joiner
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Han- the church social hall, and hur-
dley cordially invite you to the sery services will be provided.,
wedding of their daughter, Alison All friends and relatives are
Michle, 'tp .Kevin Lee Joiner on T ifvited to attend.
Saturday, May 14, at 3 p.m. EDT
at First Baptist Church in Port Advertlsing Pays_ Cnall 227-1278 or 229-8997
St. Joe. Reception will follow in to Place Your Classin ed Ad Today





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Mr. and Mrs. James Edward
Smith of Winter Haven announce
the engagement of their daughter,


Wins Quilt
The Port- St. Joe Band Boost-
er Association held the drawing
for the hand made quilt, donated
by band booster member Vetta


N- -
Jacob Gentry
3 Jacob is Three!
Jacob Gentry, son of Pat and
Krissy Gentry, celebrated his
third birthday on May 7 with a
Mickey Mouse Splash party at the
home of his Meme and Papa's
house at Beacon Hill Beach.
Enjoying Jacob's special day
were his friends Charlie and Sam
SCox, Austin McCulley,. Bryce Nel-
son, Joe and Cody Robinson.
Shelby, Julia, and Nickolas
Scheffer, Glen arind Geriann
Thompson, and. Meredith Todd.
Special relatives that attended
were-Meme and Papa Dickson.
Aunt Kathy, cousins Kathryn and
Jared Arnold and, Jessica and
Chase Melvin.
Jacob is the grandson of
Charles and Esther Dickson of
Beacon Hill Beach and the late
Malcolm and Dorothea Gentry of'
Port St. Joe.
Adcock Singers
At Oak Grove
The Adcock Family Singers
will be in concert on Sunday, May
15, at 10:45 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
at the, Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church.
Everyone is welcome to go
sand celebrate Jesus with them.


CHIOPRACO


Loveless, at 4:00 p.m. Saturday,
May 7, during the Seafood Festi-
val. The winning ticket Was
drawn by Miss Ashley White, age
9, from Carmi, Illinois, who was
in town visiting relatives. The
winner of the quilt was Mrs.
Edith Harvey of Port St. Joe. Con-
gratulations to the winner and a
great big 'Thank You" to everyone
who purchased a raffle ticket. The
winning ticket was sold by band
member Danielle Fox.




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Jessica Korrine Hopper
It's A Girl!
Johnathan Wayne is proud to
announce the birth of his baby
sister, Jessica Korrine, on April 7,
weighing 8 pounds, 1.6 ounces.
She was 21 inches long.
Jessica is the daughter of
Tim and Melissa Hopper of St.
Joe Beach.


'TRACI PEIFFER

Wins $600 Vitro
Scholarship


Catherine, to Gray Sanders of
Tampa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Low-
ell L. Sanders of Tampa.
The bride-elect is a: native of
Winter Haven. She graduated
from Winter Haven High School
in. 1988 and Walker Forest Uni--
versity in 1992. where she earned
her bachelor's degree in account-
ing. She is a practicing C.P.A.
with Arthur Anderson & Co., in.
Tampa.
The prospective bridegroom is
a native of Tampa. He graduated
from Jesuit High School in 1981
and Washington and Lee Univer-
sity in 1985, where he earned his
' bachelor's degree in English and
philosophy. He also studied-for a
full term at St. John's College,
Oxford University. in England. He.
then earned his Juris Doctorate
from the University of Florida Col-,
lege of Law. He is employed by'
Barbas, Weed, Glenn, Morgan
and Wheeley in Tampa.
A November 19. wedding is
planned at St. Joseph's Catholic
Church in Winter Haven.
Catherine is the. granddaugh-,
ter. of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Han-
non, Mrs. John Robert Smith.
and the late John Robert Smith of
Port st. Joe.


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Kenneth E. Williamson/% itro
Services Corporation Scholar-
ships of $600 each were awarded
to six 1994 Northwest Florida
high school graduates. These.
scholarships will be presented to
the following recipients by Vitro
Services Corporation at their high
school's awards program: Katrina
L. Hanshaw of Fort Walton
Beach; Jason P. LaBelle of Crest-
view; Traci D. Peiffer of Port,St.
Joe; Koby K. Kennison of Fort
Walton Beach:, Craig A. Miller of
Crestyiew and Andrea D. Willis of
Fort Walton Beach.
Traci D. Peiffer is a 1994
graduate .of Port, St. Joe High
School. Traci is interested in a ca-
reer in physical therapy and will
be, attending Gulf Coast Commu-
nity College and Florida State
University. Traci is the daughter
of Sterling and Tina Peiffer..

Awareness Group
S- The'Parent Awareness Groupp
will meet on Tuesday, May 17, at
7 p.m. at the County Cormmission
Meeting Room at the Gulf County
Courthouse.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1994


CHILDREN HEALTH FORUM


Summertine Safety


Reminders
"-,' .iA By
0 .* Elizabeth C. Jones, M.D.

Basically it is better to avoid serious problems than to be forced
into painful and expensive treatment. -Health care in children is
built on prevention -- more and more preventionll
Sunburn
Children should not be allowed to become burned and blistered
in the sun. Presently available sunblocks are very effective and
should be used. Planning to be outside early morning and late af-
ternoon will avoid the most intense rays of the sun. Hats and shirts
Swill also help.
Insect Bites
Bites are painful and itchy for children. Small children are una-
ble to stop scratching. The scratching often allows germs in the
skin to start an infection either a boil or impetigo. Avoid ants, bees,
yellow jackets and hornets. Work toward prevention of mosquito
bites. Since mosquitos are most active in the evening hours, if a
child must be outside in the evening have him wear a long sleeved
shirt and long pants. Repellent can be applied to the shirt collar.
Avoiding mosquito bites will also avoid malaria and encephalitis.
Water Safety
Anyone who takes small children to a river, lake, pool or ocean
should be prepared to watch them constantly. It is not fair to expect
strangers in the area to watch and protect your children. Always
have a clear view of your child. Do not let them play around boats
::,or pilings or in areas where your vision is obscured. Jet skis are go-
ing to become a greater danger as they become more prevalent. Col-
lisions witlj swimmers will be very detrimental. Jet skis should not
b1 allowed hear swimming areas.
When children play in the bay or shallow gulf waters have them
-wear beach shoes and learn to shuffle their feet as they walk so
they do not step on stingrays.
Even dead jellyfish and Portuguese Men-of-War are capable of
stinging the toxic protein remains on the tentacles. Children should
not handle dead fish, dead crabs, jelly fish or Portuguese men-of-
war.
Heat Exhaustion
Prevent cramps and loss of excessive fluids by exercising in the
cooler parts of the, day.
If cramps do occur they will usually respond to massage and
giving extra fluids. When symptoms of being excessively hot occurs
move the child to a'cool environment and give extra liquid. Liquid is
usually all that is needed. Prevent loss of liquid by.giving extra
throughout the day.


The First Baptist Church of Port St. Joe will be presenting the
gospel group Bible Echoes in concert on Wednesday, May 18, at
7:00 p.m. A nursery will be provided, and a love offering will be
taken.


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the StarM!
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Enwrgency Medical Setvices-Sv Lives


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savers deserve all the credit we
can give.
They include emergency phy-
-sicians, nurses, medical techni-
cians, pa ramedics, dispatchers,
educators and administrators
Teamwork between EMT pro-
grams and the public is helping
make the emergency medical pro-
grams more successful every day.
Know how to call for. help
quickly and prpperiv. Because if
ENITs can't find you, they, can't
help you. Don't waste their time
and perhaps someone's life. Be
sure your house number can be
seen -easily from the street. Espe-
cialiv- in this area. it -is most
1111poiLant to have )'OUr name and
addeess on the mailbox.
,-'di Of LIS can do something to
SLIPPOIA the einei-gency medical


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When one's worst nightmare
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turns suddenly, deathly ill, or is
badly injured, it is great to know
that there are local specialists in
emergency medical care that one
canrely on. They are the hospital
emergency room staffs.and the
community's pararnedics and
EMTs.
May 15th through the 21stis
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cialists who, serve this area.
These folks respond to to our
needs Ior card with speed and
professionalism. The hospital has
had. many -letters of thanks for
Community residents praisirig the
quick action and caring attitudes
of EMTs in this' area. I'hese life-


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-5, t -o 'h Grade 8
ht U9
June 13-July 29
TIME
7:45 a.m. until,5:.15 1Y.m.
SCHEDULE
7:45 a.m, until 12 noon ......... Academics coordinated
with individual needs Oi students. This time includes a
snack break and Bible story time.
12:00 pm (noon) ........... ................. I ... _Disihissal for
Half Day students
12:00_,1:0Gp.m...;
......................... Lunch
1:00 5: 15 P.M ........................... Naps, Videos, Outside
Play QraAs, Field Trips to the
Library, Park, Museum, etc.
COST-
Regisirati6n 'Fee,...,.% ......... ........... I .......................... $25
FuI1LTixneStuden'ts'
W hole Day ............ ............................ $55 per week
"Half Day.., ... 4 ........... ...... ................. .... $30 per w eek
Drop-Ins
Nodrop-ins'ddringffie morning hours.
Afternoondrop-ins..., ............. v ............... $10,per'day
X Other fees, f6r- supplies and field trips as needed.
X:Lunches must be brought from home.,
X 24% reduction in price for-more th; an, onechild in family.


SLAh flight were: first-J6an
Powell 67; second-.L6uise Nowlin
66: and th'ird-Karla Hayes 69.
Se%,enLh flight were: first-
Rose Pigners 59; second-Eadie,
Stewart 63;. and third-Jo Barrett
63;
Eighth flight'were.; rirsL-Sliin,
Taunton' second- Ka Lh r.Nm
Warren; and third-ViOan Hardy

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Left to D6 corate
Parents of the. 1094'g'radUat-
1ng senio rsof.P.ort St.'Joe High
School:, are hard: at work. -con-,
structingr the decorations for, the
annual Project Graduation to be
held May.23. Work Is iriprogress
at the Centennial Building each
evening beginning at 6:30..Par-
ents are urged to wear their work'
clothes, and bring their ham-*
mers', nails,, staples and staple
guns and join with other parents
in completing the decorating for
the'941 edition of Project Grad q a-'
-tion. Work will stop Tuesday, eve-
ning at 7:00 p.m. for a short busi-
negs meeting, as the final details
areironed out.

Project,Grdd
The "final countdoyn" meet-
Ing of the Wewahitchka High
School Project Graduation wJ11 be
next Tuesday night, May 1,7, at
6:30, at WHS Commons. This
meeting -will decide who carries
what, who buys any. extras, who
stays all night, and a million oth-
er things to do. Even if you have
4. never come before; you can still
help-PLEASE.


Margaret Chaney' with a low
gross of 82 won the Ladies' Invitd-
tional. last Thursday at St. Jo-
seph's Bay Country Chib. Other
winners, in ,the championship
flightwere low net scorers: first-
Judy Patterson 70; second-Mage
Ely 71; and thlrd-Dot Collins 7l.:
Low nets in each Ilight' were':
first-Pat Anema,66; second-RUL11
Cranford 66; and third"JeanettO
Second flight %%,ere: first-SUe
Neal 66; second-Carol BLISse 66:
and thlrd-Janice Cheathain 68.
,I Third flight %vere: first-Jeri
McCollum 68: second-Ellen Dov
76 and Lhird-Helen Prophater 70.
Fourth flight were: first-
Velma Branhain 59; second-Nli
Brine and third-Pauliii6,DU_
breuil 66.
Fifth flight were: first-M artha
Wenz 69;, second-Ann Luck 69;
and thlrd-Sandy Herrick 71.

Card bf Th a-n'ks
This is to express my appreci-
ation for the participation of'the
following Mexico Beach business
people in the Annual Gladys
Chapman- Golf TOUrnunent held
April 30, at Phoenix Dunes: Fan
tasy Properties, Gulf Foods,, New
York Country Deli, Parn's Auto
Parlor, Sharon's Cafe _Jolly Rog-
er's Pizza and, Beachvalk"C loth
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was extremely PQPLLI,.-ir %vith U-ie
large crowd of golfii,, business
people and ca-ic leaders.
LueGoodwin
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Pcdywrto Speak.
At _NeMrCoVenant
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ministering with a refreshing- ac-
curate, and heartfelt- message on
Saturday at'7:30 p.M. and Sun-
day at. noon, May 14- And 15, at
New Covenant.


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Christian is the son of John
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son'of Mr. and, Mr's. Cleveland'.
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Middle School Banquet May

On Tuesday, May 17, at 6:30 tions '(e. m neatics, science, your student.
p.m. Wewahitchka High School English); *score at or above, the
faculty and staff will host the first '95th percentile on nationally' ec- '."74 Reunio
annual Middle School'Students of ogriized tests; *mtmust have nof '74
Excellence Banquet in the' high more than one level o ae offense the Class of '74
school commons. regarding 'discipline and; *a stu- ge 'together from4ull
In order for a student ,. get dent who wins recognition out- ay night they will
ah 'invitation they must fmeet the side of school may also receive an Country Club at 7:0,
following guidelines: *have a cur- invitation. urday there will be a
rent 3.25 grade point average; This 'is one 'of the most' out- and a banquet at
-,average; 0 1 ,,n.uI.
*special departmental nomina- standing and. rewarding '.endea- Club starting at 7:00.
S. vours' Wewahitchka High School per person and mone'
s ,i. educators are' involved in each 'by May 31 to Ida Gar
Gulf F ll year' Union Bank orTraciC
If you have received an invita- Box 13187, Mexi
Set for M ay 21 tion please 'Coe out and support 32410.


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n
will have a
ly 8-9. Fri-
meet at the
0 p.m., Sat-
beach party,
the Country
I It is $30.00
y must be in
rrett at First
Gaddis, P.O.
[co Beach,


Friday evening. From left to right, the retir-
Sees are Margaret Adams, Bob Phillips and
:R Ki.e Lloyd Pitts. All had been' with the city for
over 20 years. Ms.' Adams was in the clerical
Mayor Frank Pate presents watches to department; Phillips in Public Works and
three retiring city employees at a dinner Pitts at the water treatment plant.


Lanny S. Patterson
Lanny Scott Patterson, 16, of
Greenville, Alabama, formerly of
,Wewahitchka, passed away Sat-
urday in Greenville. Born in Ten-
-nessee, he had been a resident of.
VWewahitchka and' attended We-
,wahitchka schools until moving
4to Greenville one and one-half
years ago. He had been an active
member of Overstreet' Bible
Church, and was a competitive
weightlifter, going to the Alabama
State Championship.
Survivors include his mother,
Pat Patterson of Overstreet; his
*father, Dennis Patterson of
Greenville; grandparents. Verna
and Archie Marshall of Overstreet
and Betty ,Jo and Virgil Patterson
of Coalfield, TN; a brother. Chad
Patterson, and a sister, Carina
Patterson, 'both of Overstreet; two,
step-brothers, Brett Patterson
and Shannon Patterson, both of
Greenville; and a step-sister,
Chantile Patterson of Greenville.
The. funeral senice was held
at 3:30 p.m. CDT Wednesday at
the Overstreet Bible Church, con-
ducted by the Rev. Riley Sapp. In-
terment followed In Pleasant Rest
Cemetery. w
SAll services were tinder the
direction of the Comforter Funer-
al 'Home, Wewahitchka Branch
Chapel.

Cleveland Steward
Colonel Cleveland Rex Stew-
ard, Jr. (United States Army, Re-
tired), died of cancer at the age of
67 on April 30, at his home on
Cape San Blas. Born in Dallas,
'Texas, Col. Steward earned high-
school and junior college diplo-
mas from New Mexico Military In-
stitute. He later received a Bacca-
laureate 'degree in History-
Political Science from the Univer-
sity of Omaha and a Masters de-
gree in Public Administration

Happy 30th Birthday!









He dreams of cars
And boats and fishing,
But no amount of hopeful wishing
Will ever change the bitter fact,
That this boy is thirty
Now how about that!f


from Troy State University.
Col. Steward enlisted in the
United States Army in 1946 and
soon after was commissioned a
Second Lieutenant of Cavalry.
During his 30 years of serVice, he
was appointed to a variety of
command and advisor positions,
both stateside and overseas.
Highlights of his career Included
,tours as military advisor to the
armies of Iran, Vietnam, and Ko-
rea; Commander of the 1st Batta-
liohn, 64th Armor at Kitzingen,
Germany; and Director of Indus-.
trial Operations., Fort Knox, Ken-
tucky. Col. Steward retired in
1976 following a two year ap-
pointment as Senior Military Ad-
visor to the Montana Anny Na-
tionral Guard. He .received
numerous commendations and
awards during his career, most
notably the Bronze Star, Legion of
Merit, and Meritorious Service
medals.
After retiring from the Army
Col. Steward traveled extensively
and was employed In various
management positions within the
United States and Europe.' He en-
joyed the outdoors and volun-
teered considerable. time to the U.
S. 'Park Service.. .. ,
Col. Steward was preceded in
death by his father. Col. Cleve-
landRex Steward, Sr., and his
wife of 41 years, Miriam Rich-
mond Steward. He is survived by
his mother, Modena, two daugh-
ters, Deborah and Candis, his
son, Cleve, and three grandchil-
dren. He was very much loved by
his family.
Burial is scheduled for May,
16 at Zachary Taylor National Ce-
meiery, Louisville, Kentucky. In
lieu of flowers, donations;:- int .his
memory'may be made to the Bay
Medical Center Hospice, Panama
City..

Irene S. Beaman
Irene S. Beaman, 79. of Port
St. Joe. passed away Monday
morning, May 2, In Bay St. Jo-
seph, Care Center, following an
extended illness. She was reared
in Indiana and had been a resi-
dent here since 1956.
A member of the Long Avenue
Baiptist Church, she was a part-
ner in Beaman Plumbing Service
with her husband. She was the
widow of E. Wayne Beaman and
was preceded in death by her
son;' Jim Beaman.
Survivors include her daugh-
ter ;and son-in-law, Fern S. and
Jimmy Guilford of Mexico Beach;
'one daughter-in-law, Phyllis Bea-
Sman; seven grandchildren; Ginger
Sims, Shari Boyd, Bill Guilford,
Alan Sisk, Tina Nichols, Edward
Lanier,, and Julie Lanier; several
great-grandchildren; three sis-


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Jason Fisher Is
HOBY Delegate
The' Hugh O'Brian Youth
Foundation (HOBY) conducted its
1994 North Florida Youth Leader-
ship Seminar in Tallahassee dur-
ing the weekend of May 6-8 at the
Florida State, University Campus.
in Tallahassee.
-The youth leadership seminar,
was attended, by 115 high school
sophomores representing high
schools throughout north Florida.
The primary goals of HOBY
seminars are to seek out Ameri-
ca's most promising yountmg lead-
ers, recognize them for their cur-
rent leadership roles, and provide
them with the tools to enhance
their own leadership potential.
In cooperation with this mis-
sion, each high school principal
selected one ,student to be their
school's seminar participant/
HOBY Ambassador. Ambassadors
were selected' oh the basis of
demonstrated leadership abilities.
This year's ambassador from We-
wahitchka High School was Ja-
son Fisher. Jason said it was "An
extremely educational weekend,
which was also packed with fun.
It was great to be a part of such a
highly motivated group and to
meet others, with similar goals.', .
A great.experience." ... .
Elein. Yearboo'ks
On Sale Now
Port St. Joe Elementary PTA
is currently selling the 1993-94
version of 'Bulldog Memories.,
Copies are limited, so please or-,
der early.
The annuals: are available at i
a cost of $9.00 each.

Summer Camp
for Young Girls
Learn to snorkel, ,as well as
play games, sing songs, make;
crafts, and line dance. Register-
for the Girl Scout Day Camp,
which will be' from June 6-10
from 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. ET:
at the Centennial Building.
The camp .is for girls who .
have finished first grade. The,
event director is Cynthia Wiggins.
The cost is: $25.00 for Girl'
Scouts and $31.00 for non-Girl
Scouts.
The deadline for registration
is May 16.
For more 'information, call
227-7287 or 1-800-876-9704
'(Girl, Scoutt Council of the Apa- .
lachee Bend) :

ters, Jean Gillis of Panama City
Beach, Corine Roscoe of Hobart,
IN, and Wanda Pearson of Gosh-
en, IN; two brothers, S.C. Statom,
SJr., 'of Muncie',IN, and David L.
Statom of Phoenix, AZ; and a i
brother-in-law, Cecil R. Beaman'.,
of Punta Gorda. .
The funeral service was held'
at 11:00 a.m. E.S.T., Thursday,
May 5, at the Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church, conducted by Dr.
Dan Duncan. Interment followed
in the family plot at Holly Hill Ce- T
metery.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter Funer-
Sal Home.


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The second annual Gulf Fol-
lies Revue date has been set for
May 21 at 7 p.m. at Porf St. High
School.
Both amateur and profession-
al musicians, comics, vocalists,
bands, and a magician have
joined together to present, an eve-
ning of good entertainment for
the whole family. This year prom-
ises to be better than last year,
with 'many new acts. Refresh-
merits will be available and all
proceeds will be shared by the
Rotary Boy Scout Fund and Gulf
County Association for Retarded
Citizens.

$250 Cash Give
Away by Srs.
The Gulf County nSenior citi-
zens will be giving away $250 in
cash just before the fireworks.
start oh July 4th. The proceeds
will be used to help raise money
for the new Stiles Brown Senior
Citizens arid Community Center.
Tickets are $2 eaclj, or three
for $5, Tickets are on sale at any
of the. following locations: Buz-
zett's Drug Store. Marquis Home
Health, Spectrum Home Health,
Brooks Barber Shop. The Star,
The Big Barn, and all Senior'Citi-
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Hunter Education Course In Port St. Joe Next Week


The Florida Game and. Fresh
Water Fish Commission is offer-
ing hunter education courses in
Port St. Joe and Apalachicola
during May.
The Port St. Joe course will
be offered May 17, 19, 24, and 26
from 6 9 p.m. at Port St. Joe

Ivey Henderson
To Receive B.S.
Degree May 15
Ivey Lamar Henderson will
graduate with a- B. S. degree in
Justice Administration from the
University of Louisville, in Louis-
ville Kentucky on May 15.'
Ivey, a 1989 graduate of Port
St. Joe High School, is the son of
Theodore Taylor, Christine Tay--
lor of Port St. Joe and Ivey Hen-
derson II of Los Angeles, Califor-
nia. He is the grandson of Laura
Williams and Eloise Henderson of,
Port St. Joe.


High School on Niles Road. The
Apalachicola course is a weekend
class and will be taught May 21
and 22 from 8 5 at the Apa-
lachicola National Estuarine Re-
serve on Seventh Street.
For the past three years, it
has been illegal for any person
born on or after.Jufne 1, 1975, to
take wild animal life with the use
of a firearm without first having
completed a hunter safety course.
Proof of successful completion is
required to purchase a hunting li-
cense, and persons under 16
years of age-who do not require
a license-must have their safety
,card in their possession while
hunting.
Exemptions to this law apply
to any person hunting in his
county of residence on his home-
stead or the homestead of his
spouse or minor child, or to any
minor child hunting on the home-
stead of his parent.
The course will be held in the
Student Activity Room starting


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May 17. If you plan to take the
course, please be at Port St. Joe
High School between 6 and 6:30
p.m. EDT.


The course includes a mini-
mum of 12 hours of classroom in-
struction, examination, and firing
of a firearm.


Persons interested in attend-
ing either course are asked to call-
the GFC's Regional office in Pana-
ma City at (904) 265-3676 to pre-


register, or to contact County
Agent Roy Lee Carter at 639-3200
or instructor Joe Paul at. 639-
5260.


'St. Joe Sends 131 Athletes to State Track


Meet During Past Eight Years" Gowan


The state tournament suc-
cess of Port St. Joe High School's
track team was the result of eight
years of planning and hard work,
Scott Cowan, track coach, told
the Kiwanis Club Tuesday.
"I was assigned the job when
I came here, fresh out of college,
eight years ago," Gowan said.


"School records showed that in
20 years of the track program, we
had-never won a District champi-
onship. Only three of the many
who had participated in that
length of time had ever participat-
ed: in a state meet. None had
won," the coach continued.
Gowan said the program had
been improving steadily each year


Basketball Games To


Raise Funds
On Friday, May 13, at the
Port St. Joe High School Dome,
The Port St. Joe state champion-
ship basketball team will be tak-
ing on a challenge worth seeing.
They will be competing
against the Port St. Joe Dream-
ers-Al Ray, Tommy Curtis, Com-
missioner Warren Yeager, Ralph
Rich, Kenneth Parker, Sandy
Quinn, Tony Larry.' Ricky Larry,

Lose, In District
To Florida High
FLORIDA HIGH 6,
PORT ST. JOE 2
The Sharks played their old
tournament nemesis,' Florida
High, tough for five and a half in-
nings Wednesday, before bowing
to them in the District semifinals.
The Sharks had scored first in
the top of the first inning, but the
Seminoles had come right back
with three runs in the third to
take a two-run lead. The Sharks
drew closer in the top of the
sixth, when they scored another
run to cut the Seminole lead to
Just one run.
Then, In their half of the
sixth, the Seminoles pushed
across three more runs to put the
game on ice.:
It was the third meeting for
the two teams this season, with
the Sharks winning one of the
games. It was the second loss to
-.,-the- fourth ranked Seminoles'
withini n a week.
The Sharks played then on.
equal ground with. five hits for
each team. The difference in sta-
tistics was a single error, commit-
ted by the Sharks, for the entire
game.
Lefty Josh Colbert went the
distance for the Sharks and was,
tagged for the loss.
Eric Ramsey, 'with an RBI
single and Cameron Likely with a
double, led the Shark offense.
Brian Jenkins had the Sharks'
other RBI with a sacrifice fly, in
the first inning.
St. Joe 100 001 0-2 5 1
Fla. Hi 003 O0 x-6 5 0

Track Team To
Be Honored
The 1994 boy's Class 2A
state championship track and
field team and the girl's track and
field team will be honored at the
.7:00 p.m. worship service of First
Baptist Church on Sunday, May
15th. There will be a. reception in
their-honor following the evening
service. The community is cor-
dially invited to attend.


For Rings
Dennis Geoghagan, Damon
SMcNair, Chris Early, Johnny Jen-
kins, Lt. James Hersey, Aaron
Nickson, Reggie Larry, Dr. Tim
Nelson, Don Ashcraft, Officer Wil-
fred Arendt, Jr., Amos Pittman,
and Commissioner Nathan Pe-
ters, Jr. The announcer will be
City .Commissioner Johnny "Mo-
tormouth" Linton, and the refer-'
ees will be John Crosby and Ray
Bailey. Also featured' are the Port
St. Joe High School girls' basket-
ball team and some of Port St.
Joe's finest-and bravest-
women.
Game time is 7:00 p.m., and
admission is only $2 for adults
and $1 for students. Proceeds
from this. event will go towards
the purchase of championship
rings for the team.


Peter L. Rosasco

Wins Award
Peter L. Rosasco, Cape San
Blas affiliate for United National
Real Estate, has earned the com-
pany's Century Club award for. at-
taining a new high in sales
through March. His office is
known as United National Ro-
sasco Realty.
Rosasco also holds the firm's
Founder's, President's Round, Ta-
ble, and master Salesman awards
for professional accomplishment.
United National maintains af-
filiated offices in 42 states, spe-
cializing in the sale of business,
residential, agricultural and rec-
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quarters are in Kansas City, MO.

Correction
Michelle Martin, one of the
Lady Sharks softball team mem-
bers, was erroneously. identified
as Melissa Martin in last week's
team-photo.


South Gulf VFD
IPulic Notice


There will be a general meet-
ing of the South Gulf County Vol-
unteer Fire Department o'n
Thursday, May 19, at 7 p.m. at
the fire station.
Please feel free to go and look
over the new fire truck and in-
quire about the First Responder
,Course to.be held at the fire de-
partment.


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865.09 Florida Statutes, the undersl4ied Intends
to register with the Division of Corporations. Dc-
partment of State, the fictitious name or trade
name under which It vwilt be engaged In business
aild IIIn which said business Is to be cmaried on, to-
wit:
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during the past eight years, until
this year, Port St. Joe High
School won the state champion-
ship In track and field Class AA
competition... .
"We won the District champi-
onship back in: 1989 'for the first
time. Leonard, Ray went to the
state competition from that team,
as the. first to win a state champi-
onship from Port St. Joe," the
speaker said.
During the past eight years,
the school has fielded 131 ath-
letes in state track meets. "State
meets are not like basketball,
football and baseball," he said.


"Only the track athletes who
qualify, go to the state meets."
Gowan said he used the tried
and true method of arranging for
tough competition all year long,
to get his charges ready for a run
at the state championship. 'There
were 48 teams in .the state meet
this year and we were favored. It
was a good feeling but it was
tough keeping the intensity going
until we captured the trophy," he
-said.
"It was satisfying, too, to
know that we did something no
other team from Port St. Joe has
done before us," he said.


NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE
Notice Of Permitted Use Of
Land Change Through An
Emergency Comprehensive
Plan Amendment Before
The Gulf County
Board of Commissioners
'* .' '.! .' -. v "'


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
.
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
19, 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.
Publish: May 12; 1994. ->


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High School Wins Sportsmanship Award


Port 'St. Joe 'High School is teaching its students to be
'good sports and conduct themselves in a sportsman-like.man-
ner, according to the Florida High School Activities Associa-
tion. An official notification in the form of a letter this past
week, announced the school had been selected for a special
award, given each year for this accomplishment.
The school and its athletic programs have been named as
the recipient of 'the FHSAA Fred E. Rozelle Sportsmanship
Award. The award is presented, based on the attitude of ath-
letes and spectators, and ,the manner in which the athletes
participate in the athletic program plays a large role in the
awarding of the annual recognition,
ONLY CLASS AA SCHOOL IN STATE
Principal Wes Taylor received the letter the middle of the
week, notifying him the school has been selected as the only
Class AA school in Florida to -receive the notification and will
be the only school in its division to be given special recogni-
tion at the Association's. annual meeting, which is held in
Haines City in August.
Port 'St. Joe's selection will be included in the program
which is, prepared for the annual meeting. Selection also
means a special slide program will be presented at the Associ-


action's annual meeting, with the school, its activities, its stu-
dents, coaches, athletes andthe attitude exhibited by the fans
at athletic games, as its subject.
PLEASED OVER SELECTION
Principal Wes Taylor and athletic director Fred. Priest both
were pleased over the school being selected this year. "It's to
our credit that we have been runners-up for this honor for the
past couple of years. Being selected is a great testimony to the
quality of our fine young athletes and coaching staff. This
award also reflects the attitude of the community toward their
teams," Taylor told The Star. "We stress good behavior and
sportsmanship to pur kids playing the various games in our
program," Coach Priest said.
In a letter announcing the school's selection, Gary V. Pi-
gott, Assistant Field Director of the FHSAA, said, "This award.
is a credit to the administration, coaches, and student-
athletes of the school."
A representative of the coaching staff will attend the annu-
-,al Awards Banquet of FHSAA in August, to officially accept
the award.
The FHSAA regulates and sets rules for all high, school
athletic participation in the state of Florida.


Sharks Are State Champions


Lady Gators 3-A Champs
SThe Wewahitchka High School Lady Gators defeated Liberty
County with a score of 10-6 to win Mhe district 3-A title. Shown are
front row, left to right: Diana Taunton, Mandy Little, Anianda Da-
vis, Ginny McClellan, Aimee Pridgeon, Jennifer Nelson, Vicki McClel-
lan. Back row, left to right: Cindy Jordan, Thelma Bryant, Ashley
Lister, Holly Atkins, Brandi Parker, Kelli Jones, Tammy Davis, Jen-
nifer Barnes, Jasmine McMillion. .


Last S
Joe High S
made histo
the school
and field
Sharks sco
first amor
schools. Th
16 events,
records, a
earn All-Stb
Other
,Lake Butle
ond with 3:
third with
with 24; an


Win First Ever Class AA Track
Saturday the Port St. Placing second were: Cedric,
school boy's track team Anthony shot put 50'0"; Robert
ry when they captured Williams discus 152'8"; and 400
's first class 2A track relay team of Daniels, Hill, Larry,
'championship. They and Tarus Riley -with a school
hired 69 points to place record time of 42.88..
ng the 48 :class 2A Jeremy Tull also placed
he team won six of the fourth In the discus with a toss of
,set six new school 144'1". Chris Daniels placed fifth
nrd had nine athletes in the 100 meters with a 11.18
ate honors., time and Tarus Riley placed sixth
school winners were: running the 200 meters in 23.12.
r-Unlon County sec- Other athletes who competed in
2; Pensacola Catholic the meet were: John Bryant, 8th
28; Chiefland fourth in the 300 hurdles with 43.7 and
Ad North Florida Chris- Lee Duren, 12th in the 1600 me-


tian fifth with' 19.
Placing,first in their respec-
tive events, were: Jeremy Tull -
shot put 50'10 1/2"; Zyrls Hill -
long jump 24'0 1/4" and 800 me-
ters 1:59.46; Antwione Allen I-
high jump "6'16" and 110 hurdles
15.10; 1600 relay team of Mario
Larry, Chris Daniels, Willie Daw-
son and Zyris Hill 3:23.76. The
long jump. 800 meters, high
jump, 110 hurdles and 1600 re-
lay times were all school records.


and Field
ters at 4:52.6: and Kenny Daves
in the 3200 meters.
Senior Zyris Hill capped off a
very fine four year career with
some Impressive perfonnrmances at
the state meet. His three wins
and his one second place finish
Saturday gave him four state ti-,
ties this year. Combined with-pre-
vious year's finishes Hill has 'nine
All-State honors. His effort of 24'9
1/4" in the long. jump is one of
the top jumps in the country this
year.
Junior Antwione Allen also
had an excellent meet. His win-


ning jump of 6'10" tied the Class
2A state record. He made three
attempts at 6'11" and wvas very
close on his last attempt.
The 1994 team will be re-
inembered as the best team in
school history. The senior mem-
< bers of the team are: Cedric An-
thony, Willie Dawson, Lee Duren,
Zyris Hill, Joe Price, Tarus Riley,
Vic Sellers and Jeremy Tull. Ac-
cording to Coach Scott Gowan
they are responsible for the suc-
cess the team experienced, taking
the track program to the top lev-
el.


Advances to-
Wewa Advances to Regionals

Lose To Maclay 6-2 Tuesday to End Season'


WEWAHITCHKA 17,
SNEADS 1
The Wewahitchka Gators
scored their 17 runs in .the first
three innings of their tournament
game with Sneads last Thursday
afternoon, to win their first game-
In the District 3-A semifinals.
Beau Whitfield was perfect at
the plate, goingthree for three
and four RBI and .Cory, Owens,
was three for three with two RBI
to lead the Gator attack.
David Hysmith added a dou-
ble.
Tranum McLemore gave, a
complete game performance for
the Gators, scattering five hits
and striking out 11 in the five in-
ning game which was shortened
by the run rule.
Sneads 000 10-- 1 5 3
Wewa 584 Ox-17 13 0
LIBERTY COUNTY 5,
WEWAHITCHKA 3
Despite a threatening Gator
rally in the. seventh inning, the


Liberty County Bulldogs edged
the Gators, '5-3, for the District 3-
A championship Thursday after-
noon.
The Gators took the lead on
Cory Owens' two-run double in
the second Inning.'
The Bulldogs answered with
the tying run in the fourth and
the go-ahead run in the fifth. The
Bulldogs padded their leqd with
twvo more runs in the sixth. A Ga-
tor rally in the seventh fell short.
Casey Kelly drew a two-out, bas-
es-loaded walk in, the seventh, to
force in a run. Mike Morgan
grounded out to end the scoring
threat.
i Casey Kelley started on the
mound for the Gators and was re-
lieved by, Jeremy Pridgeon in the
sixth. Kelley was tagged ,with the
loss.
Both teams had five hits for
the game.
Wewa 020000 1-3 352
Liberty 100 112 x-5 51-


MACLAY 6,
WEWAHITCHKA 1
The Wewahitchka Gators had
their state baseball hopes jolted
to an end Tuesday by two Maclay
homers and two Gator errors.
Starter Clark Odom hit one
over in the first inning, scoring
two runs on the blast. Another
round tripper came in the fifth in-
ning. when Jared Robinson had
another two-run stroke.
The Gators could manage
only one run off their three. hits.
Casey Kelley's single drove home
Jeremy. Pridgeon, who had
walked, in the sixth inning.
Tranum McLemore went the
route on the mound for the Ga-
tors, giving up only nine hits to
the hard-hitting Marauders.
The Gators ended their sea-
son withla:l6-11 record.


Wewa
Maclay


ATTEND STATE MEET: From left,'. Traci Peiffer, Kelli Graham, Jennifer Smallwopd and Charron Ad-
dison. ..


Lady Sharks Compete At, State


Congratulations to the Port
St. Joe Higih School girls- track
team for their performance at the
state track- meet. Five Lady
Sharks, Fanta Harris, Tract Pelf-'
fer, Kelli Grahani, Jenny Small-
wood and Charron Addison, com-
peted this weekend in the state
meet after qualifying with a first
or second place finish at the dis-
trict level in their respective
events.
Three school records were
broken or tied and three girls
earned All-State Honors. Charron
Addison set two new school
records with a long jump of 16'5"
earning, a fourth place finish and
a triple jump of 33'9" which was
good for a third place finish. Jen-
nifer Smallwood tied her school
,record of 4'10" earning the sixth
place medal and Fanta Harris
threw 31'10" In the shot put to
also earn a sixth place medal.
Also performing well at the state
meet were Kelli Graham in the
300 hurdles and Tract Pelffer in
the 400 meters.
Charron, Jennifer arid Fanta
become the only second, third
and fourth female athletes to re-
ceive All State Honors in the his-
tory of Port St. Joe High School.
During the, season five other
school records were set: Traci
Peiffer in the 400 meters; Char-




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i ron Addison in- the 300 hurdles;.
Kristie Lowry in the 3200 meter
run; Fanta Harris in the shot put;,
and the 4x400 relay team of Tract
Peiffer, Charron Addison, Leslie


Falson and Shinah Quinn.
It was a -great track seasorp
for the Lady' Sharks with the
team improving on eight school
records.


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The top photo shows part of the visitors viewing the vari-
ous works. The center photo shows Mr. and Mrs. Robin
Downs and Charlotte Henderson as they kept the visitors
entertained. At bottom is an Eagle on exhibit made entirely
of new pennies and dimes.


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Viewers

Attendance Better
Than Last Year;
Featured Local Artists C
Record crowds of spectators
turned out for the opening of the
third annual Gulf County Art i
Show Monday evening, held in
the First Union Bank building on
Monument Avenue.
Art objects painted and made
by local artists, featured every-
thing from a painted sea turtle
shell to an eagle made entirely of A.
new pennies and dimes, attracted
visitors all evening. The most
popular art mediums were oil,
water and photography, with a
few articles of handiwork also on
display.
Visitors were entertained with
live music during the show
hours, performed by Robin ...
Downs on the sax, his wife on the
piano and vocals by Charlotte
Henderson. The First Union Bank
served refreshments during the
evening.
The show,, sponsored by the
Chamber.of eommnerce.-asA4rst
) held in conjunction with 'its fall
crafts festival, but was 'moved
this year to the spring in order to '
have more going on at different
seasons and to spread out the
work of producing the two affairs.
The show was open to view-
ing each day this week from 9:00
to 4:30 p.m. The show will be
open all day today and will start
closing down and being disman-
tied beginning at 4:30 this after-
noon.
The show features work by
students in the two County high
schools, which is displayed down-
stairs in the building.



Apple'man E xplans Gun


Law to Rotarians Thusrday


A resident of the state of Flor-
ida may keep a handgun in his
home. or business without any'
special permits or. breaking the
law. He had better keep that gmun
from children under 16 years of
age.
He can use that guin to pro-"
tect his home or business, but he
had better- be, prepared to give
proper reason why he used it.
He can carry a handgun in
his car, if it is kept in a box with
a cover [a shoebox would be a le-
gal container] a holster with a
snap strap across the top or in
the glove compartment-.The idea
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He cannot carry a gun on the
street, concealed or otherwise,
unless he has a permit to do so,
and only the Secretary of State of
Florida can grant this permission
after thorough examination into a
person's background and charac-
ter and payment of a $125 appli-.
cation fee.
All these and many more tips
on the use and' purchase of rifles,
shotguns and handguns were de-
scribed to the Rotary Club last
Thursday by States Attorney Jim
Appleman. The head lawman, in
the 14th Circuit said he was
making the rounds of the Circuit
to inform people of their responsi-
bility and rights of guri owner-,
ship,. In light of the many pieces'
of legislation being brought up by
the Florida Legislature and the
U.S. Congress.
Appleman said if a person
fully understands what Florida
law will allow him to do with his
gun, he had better not go into an-
other state expecting the same
treatment to be applied.
"For instance," he said, "It is
Illegal to carry a gun and the am-
munition for that gun located in


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the state of Georgia. If you are
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need a permit from any law en-
forcement official to have the gun
,in your possession." ,
Applemari said one must fill
out a form and pay a $10 fee to
purchase a shotgun or rifle in
Florida. He must not purchase or
give a firearm to a child under the
age of 16. The owner is liable for
any damages done by a gun in
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Record Number of Students Qualify for Gold Card Awards-189

Jake Belin, Jr., PSJHS Graduate, Banquet Speaker-local Grads Predominant in Program Featuring, Top Students


The largest audience in histo-
ry attended Port St. Joe High
School's Gold Card Club banquet
last Thursday evening, in the
SCommons Area of the High
School.
Parents and organizers of the
Organization saw some 189 stu-
dents receive awards for consis-
tently making good grades in
gra'des.seven through 12. It takes
a grade point average of at least
3.0 to qualify for the Gold Card
Club. Nearly half the senior class
qualified, with 12 members of the
class making 3.5 or above [all
.A's].
Superintendent of Public In-
struction Walter Wilder recog-
!nized that this year's class of
Graduating seniors, will' contain
more high honor and honor'grad-
. uates than any class in the histo-
ry of the school.
The dinner, consisting of
',steak, baked potato and salad,
-was prepared and served. by par-
ents of the honored students.
Ann Comforter, choral music
teacher at the school, kept the
300-plus people present .enter-
I.tained throughout the evening
:with music from the keyboard.
Bill Antley gave the invoca-
tion for .the dinner; -Charlotte
Pierce School Board member, did
the introductions: Pain. Lawrence
presented the. awards; Jake C.
Belin, Jr., gave the address of the
evening and Superintendent Wal-.
er Wilder gave closing remarks.






e', -...



SThank you. readers who have
followed this article and the high
school throughout this year. It is
time for me to say good-bye and
pass the responsibility on to an
upcoming senior. Just as I am,
all of the seniors are passing on
the experiences that have made
many years worth of memories.
When students look back on their
years in high school, the most
prominent events are usually the
sporting events.
I will remember the state bas-
ketball. play-offs in 1990, the
state championship football game
in 199(f and the state basketball .
cham nship in 1994', b.ut that


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News
Highland View
Elementary School


Fourth Grade
It was a great trip! The trip to
St. Augustine is an. annual four-
day lear-ning experience for the
students. .-..
When I asked what was your
favorite part of the trip, the an-
vswer was: "I liked Ripley's Mu-
seum, the Fort, the Jacksonville
Zoo, and the swimming pool!"
Those were words from: Shannon
McDuffle, Audra Williams, Kim
Tillery, Joe Robinson, arid Colby'
Long.
Chris Wheeler added that he
liked the pizza; Stephanie High-
tower like the little monkeys at
the zoo; Evan Fettinger liked the
fire eater outside the Fort; Shan-
na Powell liked the trolley ride;
James Smith was fascinated
about the way things were built
out of coquina mortar.
Buddy Powell mentioned spe-


Jake C. Belin, Jr., addressing Gold Card Club banquet last
Thursday evening. .


is not all. When I think of my
high school I think of class. A,
:. When going to aWay gam-es.
we, often had more fans than the


cifics in the Ripley's Believe It-
'Or Not! Museum -such as the
mummified cat, the :mermaid
bones, the ferris wheel made out
of an erector set, the model Lon-
doh Bridge made -from match
'sticks, and the log cabin made of
pennies.
Danny Coker said it all. .
"The Dream of the Empire-that's
,what ,the. video showed-about
the: old: town. -.. liked every-
thing! It was awesome!"
As the group arrived home,
chaperone' Tim Hightower pre-
senfited (on behalf of the group)
fourth grade teacher Elizabeth'
Howell and her husband Corbett
a small token of appreciation for
all their work and enthusiasm in
taking the students to St. Augus-
tine,
Mrs." Howell would like to
thank chaperones Annette and'
Tim Hightower. Julie Williams,
Sherry Smith, and Corbett How-
ell. .Also she said a great big
thanks goes to the V.F.W. and
their- auxiliary and the Florida
First Union Bank for donations,
and to all .who bought chicken
dinners and had their cars
washed.
Blue Caps
And the winner is. .second
grade, with a total-of 3,045 caps!-.


home team; we usually had
bigger home crowds than other
schools. I remember how the fans
handled themselves-never being
rude to other schools and even
giving standing ovations to visit-
ing bands.
As for the students them-
selves, they showed class as well.
Often, eating with the football
and basketball teams in restau-
rants at away games, Ive seen
how polite the athletes are. Our
players are never rowdy in res-
taurants, they always say please
and thank you, and they never
leave a terrible mess. I can re-
member reading several letters
from restaurants commending
the conduct of our students.
It is no surprise to anyone at
the high school that we were vot-
ed as the 1993-94 Class AA win-
ner of the FHSAA Fred E. Rozelle'
Sportsmanshli p'Awaric~iWa let-ter.
from the' Florida' High Scho6l Ac-2
tivitlles,Association. we were given?


First grade: 3.004; third grade:
2,350; kindergarten: 1,369; fifth
grade: 1.340; fourth grade: 1,093;
sixth grade: 1.214; and the office
420, for a total of 13,835 caps'
(equal to almost $700 for our
school).
Thanks to all who helping in
saving the caps! .
Teacher Appreciation
The; teachers' at Highland
View would like to say thank yoti
to the staff for a wonderfully deli-,
cious 'party on. Tuesday. Thanks
for the needed uplift during the'.,
"spring fever"-end-of-school bus-'
tie! We really do appreciate it! .
Chapter I News
A parent workshop, "Love to
Read", 'will be' held at .the Gulf
County Public Library on Friday,
May 13, from 9:30-10:30 a.m.
You'll learn'.all of the library's
many uses, get cards for checking
out books,' and learn' about the
summer reading program for chil-
dren. The workshop is open to all
parents of Chapter I students in


All are graduates of Port St/ Joe
High School.
ADDRESS
Belin, who is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jake Belin of Port St.
Joe and will be remembered as
possibly the., best basketball
player to come out of Port St. Joe
High School, is now CEO of KOR
Refining Corporation near Ba-
kersfield, California.
He remembered his days at
Port St. Joe High, School by re-
membering his former teachers
and how they had influenced his
life. 'They showed me the, way,
but it was up to me to put in the
hard work, the discipline and sac-
rifice to get ahead," the speaker
said.
Belin credited supportive par-'
ents for urging him to take ad-
vantage of what was being offered
him at school. 'They told. me that
being a good basketball player
was great; that playing' in the
band and getting to love, music
was- to be desired; social activities
of the school including clubs, the
school paper, student ,.council
were all desirable for 'a well-
'rounded person.
.B"But they taught me: that
school was, first of all, a.place to
study,, and ,to learn, and that
should come first in my life."
Belin went on to say that the
main ingredients toward gaining
any success in life was reading,
development of social skills and
'work. ,


this award, as a "credit to the ad-
ministration, coaches, student
athletes, and 'spectators at your
school."
I will take the liberty of
thanking the community and the
high school for giving all the sen-
lors many memorable moments.
Hopefully. this will not be the last
article of mine that you ever read.
A Few Announcements
Josh Colbert was recently ac-
cepted to Georgia Southwestern
University.
Joni Peak was accepted **to
Troy State University. ,
Seventh grade Students of
the Week are Julia Six. Aaron
Money, Wade Kennington. and
Rachel McCroan. Shooting Stars
are Rebecca Singer-Oswald and
Jerry Martin.
Friday (Nurses' Day), the
PRIDE'ildg fletv'lth' hdrior 'of Gail
Blackmon. our- hard-working'
n u rse ,.. .' '. .


grades 1-6..
Track and Field Day
Track andField Day is Fri-
day, May 13, at the Port St. Joe
football field. Good luck, all you
HAWKS

Gulf County Schools
Lunch Menu
May 16 20
MON-Pizza. Sliced Peaches,
Green Beans. Milk, Cookie
TUES-Chicken, Broccoli w/
cheese, Applesauce, Roll,. Pota-
toes w/gravy, Milk ....:
WDS-Hoagie Sandwich, Cole
Slaw, French Fries, Milk, Cook-
ie
THURS-Lasagna, Tossed Sal-
ad, Mixed Fruit Cup, Roll, Milk
FRI-Chili Con Came, Sliced
Peaches. English .'Peas, Sal-
tines, Milk, Dessert


Say You Saw It
In The Star!!


Put Your Career on Course with

Our Correctional Officer Program


Gulf Coast
Community College's
Correctional Officer
Basic Standards.
Program' can put your
career on course.
After completing our
training program, .
you'll be eligible to
take the state
examination to qualify
as a Correctional
Officer in the state of'
Florida.

To qualify, you must
be at least 19 years
old, with a high school
diploma or a G.E.D.
and no felony
convictions.

Classes meet: days,
nights, or weekends in
a variety of locations
in Bay, Gulf, and
Franklin counties.


Call one of our
, training counselors at
the GCCC Criminal
Justice Training
Academy at 747-3233:
or the Port St. Joe
office at 229-2760 on
Tuesday or Thursday,
1-5 p.m. eastern time.
an equal opportunity institution


~~ '


"Read everything of value you
can get your hands on. It will
teach you to spell and communi-
cate, two skills which are vital to
anyone wanting to progress in
life. Learn to meet people. Put
something back into the commu-
nity through service and the
church. Develop good work habits
and work hard! Homework won't
go away and must be done," he
concluded.
RECEIVING AWARDS
The following are students
with grade point averages of 3.0
and higher:
3.0 3.4
Seventh Grade: Betty In-
gram; Latrika Quinn, Jason Rich-
ardson; Crystal Wheeler.
Eighth Grade: Kyle Adkison;
Sheila Hightower; Adrian West;
Bonnie Young.
Ninth Grade: Joanna Cutler,
Matthew Dixon, Audrey Franklin;
Jonathan Gilmore; Ivan Johnson;
Jennifer Martin; Jolynne Parker;
Melanie Quinn; Rocky Quinn;
Nicholas Sweazy; Russell Young,
Tenth Grade: Barry Adkison;
Latonya Bailey; April' Bryant;
Kimberly Burkett; Sheteta Cham-
bers; Khalilah Hill; DeAnna Hor-
ton; Michelle :Lindsey; Kent
McCullough; Jamie McMullon;
Danielle Ross; Charrish White. "
Eleventh Grade: Charron
'Addison; Diane Bender; Chris Bu-
chanan, Damlen Byrd; Amber
Conley; Teresa Evensen; Stepha-
nie CGaddis: Justin Gerlach; Lane
Loveless: Michael Mock; Tara
Mullis;. Latresha Quinn; Shelly
Weston.
Twelfth: Shatika Allen; Me-
lissa Anderson: Clay Cox: Lata-
sha Foxworth; Lenka Kucerova;
Christie Maestri; Dana Maige;
Michael Norris; Pausha Pendar-
vis;' Latonia Peterson; Andy
Smith: Bill VWyatt.
3.5 4.0
Seventh Grade: Samantha
Ambrose; Mindy Banks; Aaron
Bearden; Anna Duren; Jim Fal-
son; Tracey Fitzgerald: Jason
Gainnie; Meredith Godfrey: April
Godwin; Adam O'Claire: Rikki
Johnson; Wade Kennington; Katie
Kilbourn; Rachel McCroan; Aaron
Money; Piper Redmond; Wendy
Sander; Julia Six; Krystal Tharpe;
Donna Thomas; Andrew Tillery;


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Tracy Watkins; Kiki Williams;
Lindsay Williams.
Eighth Grade: William
Bryant; Casey Clark; Dorthy Da-
vis; Jeremy Dixon; Jennifer Gad-
dis; Jason Gammill; Sabrina Han-
son; Kim Lamberson; Leigh
Lamrence; Jarred Patterson;
Amanda Phillips; Natasha Powell;
Tommie Ritcher; Gretchen Ste-
vens; Wayne Summers; Jodie
Wear; Casey White; Casie Wil-.
liams.
Ninth Grade: Ronisu Bird;
Amy Buzzett; Karen Clark; Jesse
Colbert; Doyle Crosby; Karen
Falbe; Robbi Funderburk; Mi-
chael Groh; Lance Hanson; Gena
Johnson; Tina Kiope; Kayce
Knox; Olivia Kumarickal; Charlie
Lanford; Tasheka Langston;
'Stephanie Maxwell; Priscilla Me-
dina; Harmony Pilest; Bryan Si-
mon; Matt Todd; Matthew White;
Clay Whitfield; Christy Wood;
Misty Wood.
Tenth Grade: Erica Beard;
Dusty Daniels; Leslie Faison;
Heather. Fields;, Dana Fox; Da-
nielle Fox; Brigette Godfrey; Kristi
Lawrence; Serena Littleton;
Heather Nixon; Deann Redmond;
-Jennie Smallw)od; Chaka
Speights; Alyson Williams.
Eleventh Grade: Harlotte
Bolden; Dyshanda Boykins; Davi-
da Byrd; Brian Cathey; Catherine,
Connors; Kenny Daves; Leigha
Davis; Natalie Gant; Cheyenne
Harrison; Scott Hawkins; Tawan-.
da Jenkins; Alice Kennington; Ra-
chel Lane; Tres Long; Chrystina
Mar-quardt; Johanna McMullon;
Missy Nobles; Candice Upchurch;
Georgette Walden; Mike Wear;
Jessica White; Nikki Williams.
Twelfth Grade: Jenny Acree;
Shannan Antley, Sherry Bolden,
Jill Bryan, Bryan Butts, Tonya
Carpenter; Jennifer Clark; Josh
Colbert; Kristi Davis; Megan
Dean; Elisa Eyslee; Sherry Fen-
nell; Shelley Fettinger; Tim
Hatcher; Zyfis Hill; Kara Hogue;
Caroline Lister, Kendra McDaniel;
Shalonda McNeal; Rusty Minger;
Eric Monteiro; Joey Newberry;
Chris Nixon; Stephanie Norris;
Erin Oliver; Jamie Parrish; Joni
Peak; Tract Peiffer; Amos Pittman;
Eric 'Ramsey; Christy Surber,
Adam Taylor; Heather Walsh; Ni-
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Capitol


NEWS

ROUND-UP
by Jack Harper


HERE'S THE COLUMN
It'll be dirty tricks time from now until the November elections, fol-
lowing the just-over regular session of the Florida Legislature that some
say was the worst in history while others claim was just politics as usual.
Here's what to look for if you want to avoid the dirty trick traps or
Just know one when you see one.
If you're against gambling in Florida, period, don't sign any peti-
tions to get the gambling issues on the ballot. My wife signed one at
the post office that she said she was told would Just put a constitu-
tional amendment on the ballot to "limit" gambling. "If you're
against gambling, this puts it on the ballot so you can vote on it",
she said the fellow told her. The petition she looked at read "limited
casinos," so she signed it.
Gotchal She signed the proposition for limited casinos where the big
thieves who run casinos want to place them. The other proposals are:
county Choice gaming in casinos, hotels, riverboats or at pari-mutual
gambling facilities; Florida Riverboat Casinos statewide and no land-
based casinos; Gaming Districts in Coastal Regions that allow casinos;
and Bailey Casino Action that would allow 10 casinos at hotels and 10
riverboat casinos statewide.
I was suckered willingly down at Publix's into signing a handful of
property anti-tix propositions, although I knew that the two girls signing
people up were being paid by Big Sugar interests who want to nullify a
*i penny-a-pound sales tax on a raw sugar proposition that is being pushed
by environmental interests to help clean up the Everglades. It calls for a
two-thirds vote, instead of just a majority, to raise any taxes by constitu-
tiohal amendment which would make the penny sales tax or any other
tax very difficult to pass, Big Sugar is contributing heavy to that drive.
I signed it and the others because I thinkthe biggest problems in
America today are politicians and taxes. We've got more than we need of
both, and I don't mind a few dirty tricks to get rid of them. I might not
vote for all of those proposals come election time, but I'll like having them
there to look at again.
Look closely at all those propositions you're asked to put on the bal-
lot, especially if they want you to support it with money. Take the Save
Our Seafood Committee that opposes ban on nets in coastal waters and,
the Save Our Sealife Committee that wants to ban nets along the coast.
The logos are almost identical? but the results opposite. Opponents of the
ban-the Organized Fishermen of Florida-concede the similarity is in-
tentional. It's a dirty trick really to get someone to donate to a cause they
don't understand.
One of the session's dirty tricks was the agreement in secret by six
key Democrat and Republican senators with the knowledge of Senate
President Pat Thomas on what bills to let through in the closing overtime
session.
It resulted 'in giving jai alai a sizable tax reduction in a bill the next
day, while dog racing didn't get any special treatment. Sen. W. D. Child-
ers, D-Pensacola, called it "slick" and has asked Gov. Lawton Chiles to
veto the bill and allow the subject to be brought up again in the special
session expected in June.
Chiles-like his stance on turkey vetoes-isn't committing himself ei-
ther way yet.
BELTWAY IRONY: Guess who is going to be Investigating Hernando
County School Board Member,Diane Rowden's charge that the Florida
Senate. which ousted her for doifig business in secret, cut a back-room
deal itself in the closing days of the session?
The Florida Senate Itself, stupid.
Folks, you have to get used to how it is up here in the rarefied atmos-
phere of the state capitol. The only worst circus, they tell me. Is in Wash-
ington, D.C. Thank God I don't have to cover that scene to make.a little
retirement money. .
Of course, it Isn't quite as hypocritical s 'M.rs. Rowden 'pa4pts it. She,
said the very Wnators'who reprimanded her met in-secret" to decide'
9 which bills wer-going to make it t6 the floor for a consideration on the;
last day of the extended session.

THE NEWS ROUNDUP
Medicaid fraud could cost Florida $640 million this year and Health
and Rehabilitative Services has issued an estimated $70.9 million In food
stamps and welfare overpayments in a three month period.
The disclosures last week from state auditors and HRS internal re-
ports are a sensitive Issue in the capital this election year.
HRS Secretary Jim Towey said he may begin firing case workers who'
make repeated mistakes processing welfare claims. Failure of the state
health and welfare to make $12.2 million in payments on time could
mean thousands of eligible citizens had to watll weeks or months for their
benefits. '
Good news was reports that after a year of management shakeups in
HRS, the food stamp error rate was cut by about 25 percent. The bad
news was the error rate in Aid to Families with Dependent Children wors-
ened by about 10 percent; more than double the national average.
: HRS has blamed the errors on the state's huge computer system,
widespread fraud, and mounting caseloads.
The Auditor. General's Office criticized state officials for falling to
punish providers who -have, overcharged the government, but It' noted,
Medicaid fraud is a national program and Florida at 10 percent ranks
about average in overpayments.
CASINOS: Florida House Speaker Bo Johnson said last week he has
talked with Bailey's Casinos arid Hotels about promoting a county-oporion
casino gambling amendment and,helping them find real estate sites for.
the operations. .
The Milton democrat said he won't take on any job other than his
real estate business until a planned special session of the Florida Legisla-
ture in June on Health Care Reform is over. He said the requirements for
local voter approval for the proposal being pushed by Bailey Is less objec-
tipnable to people in Northwest Florida.
NO VETOES: By late last week, Gov. Lawton Chiles'had signed or al-
lowed bills to become law launching a cleanup for the Florida Everglades,
defining wetlands, protecting growers from unproven criticism of fruits
* and vegetables, and strengthening the collection of child support pay-
m ents. ''.' .. ... : '
But he had not vetoed any legislation, including one that allows par-
ents to spank their children that is opposed by child abuse activists, and
'others called "turkeys" that give influential legislators a package of state
goodies to take back home to their constituents at taxpayer expense.
LAWSON SUED: Rep. Atl Lawson, D-Tallahassee, is being sued for
renting a car th t his assistant was driving when it collided with another
vehicle on Intertate 10 in July and killed a Melbourne-area man who
worked at, Florid& State Hospital. .
Killed was Ruben Dulay, 59, a psychiatrist. The assistant, Melanie
Mercer, 26, executive director of the Florida Conference of Black Legisla-
tors chaired by Lawson, was cited for losing control of the rental car and
failing to stay in the proper lane by the highway patrol at the time of the
accident. She has a long record of traffic infractions, and her license has
been suspended at least five times for failure to pay traffic fines or atterind
driving school. ... ..
Lawson said he knew nothing about Mercer's driving record when he
rented the car for her to drive, :


Schools Dismissing Early May 24-25


The following is a Gulf
County early school dismissal .
-schedule for. Tuesday and
Wednesday, May 24-25.- ,
Port St. Joe: KIDS 11:40;
North Port St. -Joe Elementary
11:45; Port St. Joe Elementary
11:45; Highland View Elementary
(Creel's Run) 11:50; Port St. Joe_
High School 12:00; Highland
View Elementary (Pate) 12:20
Wewahitchka: Main Street
11:50; Linton 11:55; Wewahitch-
kaHigh School 12:00 o .
Lunch will be served on Tues-


,day, May 24, but will not be'
served on Wednesday, May 25. -.
Breakfast will be served both'
days.

Board to Meet
The Board of Directors of the
Gulf County Guidance. Clinic,
Inc., will hold its regularly sched-
uled meeting on Tuesday, May
17, at 5 p.m. ET. The meeting will
be held in the Guidance Clinic
Conference room in Port St. Joe.


Daylilies; Popular


and Attractive


Daylilies are among the most
popular and attractive perennials
grown in Florida. Varieties of day-
lilies can be grown in all parts of
our state, and the plants do very
well with just minimum of care.
They are available in a wide range
of colors, from oranges 'and yel-
lows to pinks and purples.
Raising daylilies is fairly sim-
ple, but first you have 'to make
sure you're choosing the right va-
rieties for your area of the state.
Daylilies are classified into three
groups according to their growth
habits deciduous, semi-
evergreen, and evergreen.'
As you might expect the de-,,
ciduous daylily varieties die back
receive enough cold weather in
South Florida. 'On the other
hand, the evergreen varieties gen-
erally grow best In areas with
mild winters., They's better suited
for the Soithern part of our
State.
Daylilies may be. planted any-
time of the year. but they usually
do best if they're planted right af-
ter flowering. Once they're estab-,
lished, these lilies need only mini-
mum care.
Proper planting bed prepara-
tion is a critical factor in raising
daylilles. They are replanted only
every five to ten years, so flower
beds need to have a soil of good
quality.
The lilies'grow best on a well-
drained soil with good aeration
and good water holding capacity.
Sandy soils usually provide the
necessary aeration, but they don't
hold water very well. On the other
hand, clay soils have good, water
holding properties, but they don't
provide the aeration lilies need.
So, if your soil Is sandy, you need
to add two to four inches of peat
moss and work it in to a depth of
six to eight Inches. If your soil
has a great deal-of clay In it, you
might want to add about an inch
of perlite or similar material to in-
'crease aeration,
Prior to planting, the flower
bed should be fertilized with an


Gulf County
'Extension Service


Roy Lee Carter
Agent


I I
8-8-8 mixture, at the rate of two-
and-a-half pounds per 100
square feet. An inch or so of wa-
ter should be applied 'once or
twice a week until the plants are
well established. Twice each year.
refertilize with the same two-and-
a-half pounds of 8-8-8 per 1.00
square feet. Apply the fertilizer
evenly, keeping it off the foliage.
Due to an extensive root sys-
tem, daylilles' 'can survive dry
conditions quite well.' But, during
periods of prolonged drought,
you'll need to apply water to a
depth of 12 inches to moisten the
soil. Also, daylilles planted in full
sun will need more watering than
those planted in shaded areas.. ,
Daylilles have a tendency to
become crowded, and when this
happens flower production is re-
duced. If crowding occurs, you'll
need to divide the plants by dig-
ging them up and severing the
rhizome between the fans of
leaves with a sharp knife. Cut the
leaves back and replant,


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Students of the Week
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dents of the Week ,
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son, Ashton Ard, Ashley Had-
dock, Matthew Rose, Carla Mon-
ey, Anigela Martinez,' Olympia
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Our School Is A Winner!i
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blue Pepsi caps. Thanks to all of,
your for supporting this program
and our school. Congratulations
to our Pizza Party winners Judy
Campbell's class collected 2,265
caps. Cindy Phillip's class collect-
ed .2,265 caps. The classes of
Chip Garrett, Fay Wood, Renee
Forehand and Karen Butts colh
elected 1,539 caps.
Pre-K and Chapter I News '
A parent workshop, "Love to
Read", will be held at, the Gulf
County Public Library on Friday,
May 13, from 9:30-10:30 a.m.
You'll learn all of the library's
many uses, get cards for checking
out books, and learn about the
summer reading program for chil-
dren. The workshop is open to all
parents of Pre-K and Chapter I
students. ,
s eTrack and Field Day
Track and Field' Day is Fri-
day, May 13. The P.T.A. is asking
for volunteers to help in the con-
cession stand. Please call Vickie
Thomas (227-1250) or Jim Doster
(229-8498) if you can help. Par-


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ually wrapped treats such as
cookies, brownies, etc. Let's all,
wear (our Bulldog T-shirt and
support our schooll.Go Bulldogsl
Kindergarten Registration
If you were unable to attend
kindergarten registration and
your child will be five years old
on/before September 1,, 1994,
please come by the front office be-
Sfore .Friday, May 27. Please bring:
*COpy of birth certificate
*Copy of social security number
*Proof of immunization
*Proof of physical (within the last
year)
Awards
Awards Day for kindergarten
through fifth. grade will be held
Friday, May 20, at 9 -a.m. in the
gym. Parents are invited to at-
tend.
Parents Make the Difference
A special thanks to our par-
ents for the delicious goodies on
Teacher Appreciation Day. We ap-
predcate you, tool

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Gems From MyGan
Shadowlands
There once was a place where there were nothing but shadows.
The darkness of the abyss was all there was. But Gbd hovered over the
dark nothingness of the deep, and God said. "Let there be light." (Gen-
esis 1:3) The shadows fled to the boundaries. But, we must remem-
ber-wherever there Is light, there will be shadows.
The story of shadows is an interesting one. There once was a place
called Eden where the. light was greater .than the shadows. The
warmth and comfort of the Eternal Presence illuminated the garden
and brought a glow to the face of our parents, Adam and Eve. One day
as they worked, they noticed something different in the Garden. There
was a dark spot. It looked so inviting. Working in the light was a joy.
but sometimes they long for something to break the routine. The shad-
ow hung precariously close'to that tree in the middle of the garden.
God had told them to avoid that tree,'.but it looked so cool and pleas-
ant near that tree. You can get too much sun, you know As they ap-
proached the shadow, a snicker was heard from underneath the tree
and a tear trickled down the very face of God. The rest is primeval his-
tory.:
But this was only the beginning of this shadow and light thing.
Cain killedrAbel and applause was heard from the shadows. The an-

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St. Joe Assembly of God!
4PK 309 6th Street* Port St., Joe
Sunday School.......................... 10:00 am
.Morning Worship Service........ 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Service ........ 6:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study......... 6:30 pm
William J. Wilson
Pastor
t Come and Receive God's Blessings t



A L- Constitutin .And.tonument
Catch eIi P'onrt St. joe
THEUNrEDMETHO STCHUCH
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"


SFirst 'Baptist Church

102 Third Street
--- Port St. Joe, Florida-

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Worship:
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Message: The Sacred Writings
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Wednesday Bible Study......................... 3:00 p.m.


Pastor W.L. Tremain


12/17-6/93


Phone 648-8144


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7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET)
Sunday 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


S SUNDAY. SUNDAY
Worship: 12 p.m. Sunday Morning Roundup: 1
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.


1 a.m.


I 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


By Rev. Steve Cloud


cents entered building program, raising money with a neat program
called Challenge to Babel. The shadows had a heyday just about the
time they got the project finished. A guy named Moses went up on the
mountain to get in touch again with the Light. But shadows hung
heavy and low at the foot of the mountain. A fellow named David had
the light in his heart. But from the shadow of his balcony, his heart
was darkened with the prospect of wanton pleasure and covert mur-
der. There was so much darkness: in the world that It seemed that the
shadows were greater than the light.
God devised a plan to put things back in order. He decided to get
Into the shadow business. But he disguised it well. It all began with
the brightness of a star near a tiny village called Bethlehem. The shad-
ows were alarmed and rallied the troops. Something had to be done
about this light or else things could get out of hand and be the way
they once were when the light was dominant.
On the first Good Friday. riotous applause and revelry were heard
from the shadows. A cross-shaped shadow protruded from a barren
knoll called Golgotha. The shadows had won. The whole world turned
dark. For three days, It seemed the light was lost forever. But the
brightest light ever burst out of a borrowed tomb. God proved He
could do the shadow thing, too. and still be light. You see, all along He
had owned the shadows, because He controlled the light. The shadows
remain. For where there is light, there will be shadows. But God com-
mands the light and controls the shadows. The cross-shaped shadow'
proves this to this very day.
The shadow of the cross extends itself over this week. On Palm or
Passion Sunday,. we remember not only Jesus' entry into Jerusalem,
.'but the reason He went there-to die for us. It is this cruiform shadow
which should shade not only this week, but our whole existence with
meaning.


Wewahitchka

Elementary

News...
By Linda Whitfield ?


It's Nice To Be Appreciated...
And We Werel
You've heard the expression,
"when it rains. It pours". The
teachers at WES felt that way
during National Education Week
last week. First, the Classroom
Teachers Association sent dough-
nuts to all the- schools, then the
Gulf County School Board sent
each teacher an enamel pin that
said, 'Teacher". .Then. Mr. 'Kelley,
treated the faculty and stall to a'
pizza party, giant chocolate chip
cookie, and Pepsi's. Then the PTO
presented each teacher with a,
hand-painted wooden apple ,with
a green paper stem. PTO Presi-
dent April Andrews told each
teacher to remove the stem. from,.' -
their apple, and there were
cheers and applause from all; ein-
side each stem was $25. Andrews
said. "This is a little token of
thanks to you for all you do-in
the classroom. This in no way be-
gins to pay you back for all the
things you buy for your class-


rooms out of your own pockets.
but It is just a little treat to show
you how much you are appreciat-
ed." We loved it, and did appre-
clate all the nice things last week.
Miss Lori's Husband Wins Again
Lori Price, fifth and sixth
grade teacher, has a husband
that likes to fish, and he's good at
it, too. Recently at Lake Seminole.
Eddie and a, fishing buddy won
$1,000 in a Suzuki sanctioned
tournament. They split the spoils
,,of the day.
chapter I News
.From Kathy Arnold
A parent workshop, "Love to
Read", will be held at the Wewa-
hitchka Branch Library In the
Old Courthouse building on Sec-
ond Street. It will be on Thurs-
a


From ,the- "- ...

Prizc ipal's Desk

Wewahitchka

High School
By Larry A. Mathes

The end of school (this year) is almost uponus- t's just kind of
hard to spot with everything going on. The most important happen-
ing is Baccalaureate, 8:00 a.m. Sunday, May 15 in the gym. If you
plan to attend, please be a little early so you can get seated. Gradu-
ation is Friday night. May 20, 7:00 p.m., In the gym. Again, plan on
getUtng seated early!
Track has ended, with several earning places in the state meet.
Softball ended with the girls as runners-up in the region-pretty
good for a young team's first run at fast pitch! Thanks to the many
people who braved some violent weather to support the girls. Base-
ball, by the time you read this will have progressed to the regional
game Friday, May 13. Whether we're playing in it will be determined
by how well we did against McClay in Tallahassee this past Tues-
day. Regardless, we've had a good season
Coach Flowers is struggling with Spring training and trying to
get ready for the May 21 jamboree. Many of his experienced players
are still tied up with baseball, making progress a little slow. But
even without the baseballers, he has over 20 youngsters out there
trying to learn the game. Be prepared to give these guys your sup-
port.
School is not all athletics, but it is a large portion of school ac-
tivities. The annual Gator Backers Athletic Banquet is May 12,
(Thursday) in the commons at 6:00 p.m. I hope you can attend as
the Gator Backers honor the 93-94 athletic teams.
May 17th at 6:30 p.m. in thd commons, the middle school Aca-
demic Excellence Banquet will be held to honor the outstanding
scholars from the middle school I know, Channel 13 is doing the
News at the Courthouse at 6:00 p.m., but the banquet was sched-
uled first, and I believe recognizing our students is more important.
If you've received an invitation, please contact Ms. Eubanks or Ms.
Sterzoy to let them know of your intentionsll Hope to see you there!
(There is a small charge for adults to offset the expense of the din-
. ner).


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The Port St. Joe Church of Christ
wVill hold a Gospel Meeting June 5-8 at 7 p.m. nightly.
Sunday morning 1100 a.m. Howard Reece,

gospel preacher 55 years; Rightly Dividing The
Word Of Truth.
Sunday Night Sharie leese, former preacher at
Lynn Haven Church of Christ:; Dr. Luke's
Prescription for Christianity.
Monday Night Louis Consoli, 4 year former
minister;The Macedonian Call
Tuesday Night Shane Deese; Lift Up The Savior
Wednesday Night What The Law of Moses Could '
Not Do .- .
The Church meets at the corner of 20th Street: and Marvin
Avenue. Dinner on the grounds June 5. We invite evei-yone to
come and hear the gospel prea hed "W.hich is able to save your
souls." James 1:21


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Highland View

U- united Methodist Church
Corner of 4th St. & Parkerve.
Highland View
Lynwood R. Wynne, Pastor

-Sunday School............................................................................ 10 a.m .
M morning W orship ................................................... ...................... 11 a.m .
Evening W orship ......... ......................6 p.m.
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Christian Fellowship
Independent Baptist Church
500 15th Street North, Mexico Beach, FL
Come, Share, Rejoice i
648-8972 Church Bo Boyette, Pastor 647-8936 Res









We Want You To Be
Part of the Friendly. Place

BIBLE STUDY......... .......45 a.mING WORSHI......... a.m. E.. 7 00 p m.
MORNING WORSHIP.................. 11-00 a m. WEDNESDAY .................. 7.00 p m
CHURCH TRAINING ................ 5:45 p.m.
Long Avenue Baptist Church
1601 Long Avenue
DANIEL W. DUNCAN BUFORD COX
Pastor Minister of Music




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.-Fr. ............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


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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
508 Sixteenth Street *.227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP............................ 10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL................................ 11 a.m.
*SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children


S.Nursery Available
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor




SFirst United Methodist Churcri
111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410

S MorningChurch.......................9:00 a.m. 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 12noon CT


"I am the bread of life: he that comes to
me will never hunger; and he that believes 3
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


rME STAR, PORT ST1. JOB, FL THURSbAY, MAY 12, 1994


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day, May 12, from 10:30-11:30.
You'll learn what your library has
to offer, get cards for checking
out books, and learn about the
summer reading program for chil-.
dren. The workshop is open to all
parents of Chapter 1 students
grades 1-6.
Sixth Grade Graduation
The sixth grade graduation
will be on Tuesday, May 24, at 6
p.m. The reception, which is a
Mardi Gras theme, will follow.
WES Students in Piano Recital
Mrs. Hazel Quick held her
spring recital at the Baptist
Church on Sunday. May 1. Stu-
dents performing were Candace
Little, Justin Barnes. Brandy Lit-
tie, Laura Husband, Meagan Mor-
ris, Jill Pippin, Kelli Jackson,
Kenny Maddox. Amy St. Clair.
Jennifer Barnes. and Linda Whit-
field. It was a delightful afternoon
of.classical and pop songs. Miss
Hazel Is known for her Interesting
programs. I remember one y),ear
that a student was so nervous
that her foot kept hitting the pla-
no all through her song. It was
thought to be drum accompani-
ment by some!
Our Deepest Sympathy
The faculty and staff of WES
would like to express their deep-


est sympathy to the family of
Scott Patterson. This fine young
man would have been 17 years
old on his next birthday. He died
over the weekend and was buried
' on Wednesday. His mother, Pat
Patterson, is on the faculty at
WHS. His grandparents, Archie
and Verna Marshall, his brother
Chad, sister Carina, and a score
of aunts, uncles, and cousins all
mourn his passing.
Scott is remembered by the
teachers atWVES as.a sweet, dar-
ling boy with a smile on his face
and his beautiful eyes. All the lit-
tle girls in school were 'wild"
about Scotty. Again, our deepest
sympathy to Pat and all the fami-
ly. We loved Scotty, too.
Trisha Yearwood Wedding
'A former graduate of WNtS
Sand WHS, Margaret Chambliss
McElheney of Georgia. Is invited
as a VIP to the Nashville wedding
of country superstar Trisha Year-
wood. Trisha was a student of
Margaret Ann's In Georgia and
wanted her very special teacher
to be at her wedding. The wed-
ding will be held at the Ryman
Auditorium in downtown Nash-
ville. The Grand Ole Opry was
broadcast there for years before it
moved to Opryland.











TUN SI'ARIPKYST UJET -0'TIK511AV SMAY 1'10UW


Heavy duty 1985,; one-ton, 351
engine, 8 cylinder, .4-wheel drive
Ford pick-up. $2,500. Call 227-1056.
2tp 5/12
1984 Pontiac Grand Prix ac, ps,
p.windows/seats, new battery, muf-
fler, radio.; 2 new tires. Price $2,000.
Call 227-1873 after 5:00 p.m.
ltp 5/12
1977 Travel Queen 30' motor'
home, class A, clean, 62k miles, rnost
options available. $6.900.00. Call
227-1471. 2tp 5/5


CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and
out-of-state vehicles. Two locations to
serve you. Mayhann Motor, Port St.
Joe, 229-6584, Mayhann Used Cars,
*' Wewahltchka, 639-5810.
tfc 5/5






STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE,
White City, anytime, 827-2902.
tfc 5/5


For Rent: Available June 1 Aug.
13th. 3 bdrm., 2 1/2 ba. new brick'
home, a/c,, fully furnished, with pri-
vate gulf beach lot.. $250 week, $850'
'month. Call 227-3472. 3te 5/12
Apartment for rent, 2 bdrmL., 1
ba. energy efficient at Dogwood Ter-
race. Call 229-2783, $360 plus depos--
it tfc 5/12,


Furnished trailer, 5 miles from
Overstreet Bridge on Hwy. 386. Call
648-5306. tfc 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 efficient const., handicapped
equipped apts., available. Stove & re-
frig.. furn., fully carpeted, 1 bdrm.,
apts., on-site manager.
Equal Opportunity Housing
Complex. Rent is based on income.
This complex Is funded by the
Farmers Home Administration and
managed by Advisors Realty.
.- Call 229-6353 for more informa-
tion. .
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS


PINE RIDGE APTS., Rents start-
AIng 'at $225.00 per mo. Affordable
Living for low to middle income fami-
.lies. Featuring 1, 2 &. '3 bedroom
apts. with cen. h&a, energy saving
appliances, patios & outside storage.
Rental assistance programs available.'
( 904) 227-7451. Equal Housing.
Stfc 5/5


Downtown Port St. Joe
517 4th St.
* 2 BR, 1 BA,. stove, refrig.,
ac, newly renovated, partially
'furn., $265, water/sewer in-
cluded, 3 mo. lease availa-
ble.
* Du'lex, 2/3 BR, 1 BA, stove,
refrig., central heat/air,
$325, plus utilities, nice
back yard. ,
648-5029
tfc5 12


OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 and, leave mes-
sage. tf5/5
.UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & re-
frig., cen. h&a, screen porch, car-
port & laundry rm.
Large 2 bedroom apartment. stove
& refrig.. washer/dryer hook-uip. .
* New extra Ig. 3 bdrnn. house., 1/2
ba., inside laundry nn. ch&a, dish-
.washer &. stome. fully carpeted. No
pets.
FURNISHED
* Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat &
air, washer/dryer hook-up. -
* One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hook-up,
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
Stfc5/5
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


Clean up arid clear-out sale:
many new items,' small appliances.
collectibles -plctures. like new antique
chair and single metal bed. Boys and
girls shorts and tops. 2 man rubber
boat toys. men's shirts and Jeans.
Rock bottom prices. Everything goes.
506 Ninth SL, Port St. Joe. Thursday
10 a.m. to ?
Garage Sale: 301 20th Street,
Saturday, 8:00 2:00. ltc 5/12


Yard Sale: N. 15th St., Mexico
SBeach, Friday, May 13, 3 p.m. 7
,,p.m. Toys, clothes, exercise equip-
ment, household items, rain on shine.
Itc 5/12
YARD SALE: 228 8th St., Port St.
Joe. SaL. May 14, 8:00 12 noon. No
early sales. Baby items, baby clothes,
boys clothes & ladies' clothes. Toy's
arid miscellaneous. l, tp5/12
Fishing' Stuff rods, new,, used,
Reconditioned. All kinds of jigs, sink-
ers, leaders and more, 102 Second
Ave., Oak Grove, 7 a.m. Saturday,
noon early birds. ltp 5/12





Roofer for a small flat roof Job.
Also painter to prepare, arid paint
house, call 229-6387. ltc;5/12,
Waitresses and counter person-
nel needed for Sand Dollar Bills, 222
.-Reid Ave. Apply inr person please.
t... 5/12
Office.manager for busy practice,,
will pay up to $10 per hour. Applica-
tions may be picked up at Newberry
Eye Clinic. Send application and re-
sume to P. O. Box 445, Panama City,
TFL 32402. ltc5/12
Gulf County Association for Re-
tarded Citizens, Inc. Is seeking part
time drivers for Coordinated Trans-
portation. Applications should pos-
sess a good driving record, a Class D
license and be able to work flexible
hours. Job description. qualifications
and application are available at Gulf
ARC offices, 200 Peters St.,, Port St.
Joe. Applications will close on May
23rd at 4:30 p.m. EEO. 2tc 5/12


Gulf County Association for Re-
tarded Citizens, Inc. in Port St. Joe.
FL is accepting applications for the
position requires a. BS or BA degree
from an accredited college or universi-
ty and three years professional experi-'
ence (full time paid employment) in
human services, business manage-
ment, administration, supervision.
program planning/development, or
related area. Job description, qualifi-
cations and application may be ob-
tained from GCARC offices at 200 Pe-
ters Street, Port St. Joe. Inquiries
may be failed to Gulf ARC, P. 0. Box
296, Port St. Joe, FL 32456. Closing
date for application is May 23, 1994
at 4:30 p.m. This program is funded
in part by Dept. of HRS/
Developmental Services. EEO.
2tc 5/12
Interim Health Care is hiring
home health aides for shift work in
the Port St. ,J6e area. Call 904-747-
0080. 2tc 5/5
Licensed. Real Estate Salesperson
needed. Full or part time. by old es-
tablished real estate firm In Port St.
Joe. Call 227-1450. 3tc 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 in
person, Barfield's Lawn & Garden.
2tc 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.. tfc 5/5


Marie's Comrner Bar, Hwy. 71 &
386 in Wewahitchka. Bartender. Ap-
ply in person, tfc 5/5
Housekeeping positions open,
part-time and full-time. Day and eve-
ning shifts available. Apply in person
at Apalachicola Health Care Center.,
150 10th Street. 4tc 4/21'


Dietary help wanted; one. part'
time cook, two dietary aides. Apply In
person at Bay St. Joseph Care Cern-
ter. ,tfic 5/5




HAPPY JACK SKIN BALM:
Checks scratching, relieves hot spots
and -Irritated skin ,without steroids.
Promotes healing & hair growth on
dogs & catsl Available OTC Barfleld's
Lawn & Garden. 229-2727.
NEIGHBORS DESPERATEII
Owner moved, 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
Is a walk a chore rather 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.
FREE kittens to good home.:
Some bobtails, some Siamese color.'
647-5092. 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. 10tc 3/10


TRADES and SERVICES r -


Surfside Serenity Group. 1st
'United Methodist C'hurch. 22nd St.,
,Mexico Beach. Monday 7:30; Friday
- 7:30. All times central. 647-8054.

All phase carpentry, suspended
ceilings, residential l commercial.
639-3028. tfc 4/7
Professional Cleaningi Homes,
Condos, Townhomes, etc. 647-
3601. : tfc 5/12


Wauneta's Accounting
& Income Tax

Wauneta Brewer- St. Joe Beach
647-5043


C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work, dozer work, root
rake,' front-end loader, lot cleairihg,:
septic tanks, drain fields, fill dirt.
Rt. 2, BoA1iC, Port St. Joe
Phone 229-6018


STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
All Type Electrical Work .
24 Hr. Service
LIC. #ER0013168 INSURED "
647-8081
ALAN STRICKLAND


STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All Types Roofing
30 years experience
Lic. #RBO030039. RC 0038936
'Where Qualirv Is Higher
Than Price"
229-8631


PATRICK E. GRAY
(904) 227-3610


CUSTOM PAINTING &
PRESSURE WASHING
Free Estimates .,

U, 9/U 'Decks Houses
Carports & Driveways

American Legion Bingo Thurs-
da night, 7:00 p.m. Cash prizes. Ear-
ly bird 5:00 p.m. Meetings 1stMon-
day of each month, 8:00 p.m.
tfc 4/7


CLAYTON CONCRETE
Sidewalk' *Patios Driveways
CaU for Free Estimates
904/653-9243
Glen Clayton


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









32 Ave D, Aaidscw~scola


"FOSTER TREE &

LAWN SERVICE
S' o ob Too Big .. *
S.. Or Too Small *

FREE ESTIMATES :
ULicensed & Insured 904/639-5368
S '*' .t .


Air Conditi6ning Appliance
Heating Ice Machines


Coastal Service Company
Commercial & Residential
Phillip McCroan (904) 229-6907 Office
Owner & Operator (904) 227-5373 Mobile


CHILDCARE, I will keep kids in
my home. CPR training, fenced in
backyard. age newborn to school age.
Come by 1314 Garrison Ave. between


8 a.m. & 8 p.m. c c5/5



^^u~uQ~3 MAfSSAGESS^


L yn J.Wa mir,, .SH.H, .M.,.


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 ANb "'-'
STUMP REMOVAL

& Logging
INSURED
Rt. 2 Box 53 Charles Tipton
PortSt. J6e; FL 647-3405


(904) 229-8161
FAYE'S NAIL SALON
TOTAL NAIL CARE,;
Certified 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 chriarge for first conference.
7229 D.--er Haven Road, P.C.

COSTING'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 Book
528 6th St. Phone 227-1636










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


Port St. Joe Lodge No. 11
^(Gy Reg. Stated Communication
1st and 3rd Thursday of each
month. 8:00 p.m.. Masonic Hall.,
214 Reid Ave.
Jim Mannon. W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec.
thru /94


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





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

We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade
Guns

Indian Swamp Campground
Hwy. C-387, Howard Creek



HANLON HEATING
& COOLING
30 Years Experience
SERVICE OF-ALL CENTRAL UNITS
,*.' & INSTALLATION
24 Hr. Senice Lcense & Insured
Ser.Mng All of Gulf County
Lic #RA0040379
639-3415
^ .- -- : ------ c S/S


Remodeling
Repairs
New Constmction


S Weather Tight
T Construction

C Licensed & Insured
RR0060690
.Kevin O'Neill, Owner 229-8635



BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers .
Weed Eaters
Chain 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 dospecial orders.
2 miles north of Wewa on l wy. 7 1.
'639-2708" '. c 5/.5



COSTING INSURANCE AGENCY
Inc. .
All For-fits of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899


We Can Buill Any Trailer of Your Choice
St. Joe Custom Trailers
Hwe Manufacture Our Trailers Right
Boat Trailers Farm Implement
and/or Lo-Boy Trailers & Repair
Mobile 227-5234 227-3428
2319 W. Hwy. 98, Highland View
Owner & Managed by Ray N. Smith

5x10 10x10 10X20
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT'FREE MONTH'S RENT
St. Joe Rent-All
First St. 227-211

S..Mih-i
Warehouses.





St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
Small Engine Repairs
Factory'Warranty Center


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Chain saws
Generators

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227-2112

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Fax (904) 229-8470
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Costin Airport
Port St. Joe, FL
32456


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Specializing In Black Top Soil
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TRACTORS DUMP TRUCKS
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Grown exclusively over.a
20-county region in Georgia,
Vidalia onions are loved by con-
sumers all over North America.
Their mild, sweet tastmakes
Vidalia onions more versatile than
onions with a stronger taste.
Whether in salads,,sandwiches,.
shish kebabs or baked by them-
selves, Vidalia onions are the
perfect addition toany meal. Not
9ily are Vidalia onions pack I with
flavor, they also are a good source
jof vitamin C and dieia y fiber, while
low, in calories and fat, and choles-
terol free.
'Fora salad with added flavor and
nutrition, the Georgia Department of
Agriculture suggests the following
recipes, Vidalia Onion and Steak
Salad and Marinated Cucumber &
Vidalia Onion Salad.

Vidalla Onion and Steak Salad

I medium Vidalia onion, sliced thin
2 Tablespoons fresh chopped
parsley
1 Tablespoon olive oil
1 Tablespoon water
1 Tablespoon red wine vinegar
1 clove garlic, minced
3/4 pound lean broiled steak, cut
into 1-inch strips
3/4 cup sliced radishes
Lettuce leaves
I cup crumbled blue cheese

Combine parsley, oil, water,
vinegar and garlic; mix well.
Combine remaining ingredients
except blue cheese and lettuce.
Pour oil mixture over the other
ingredients and toss well.
Line a large bowl with lettuce
leaves and spoon salad over leaves.
Sprinkle with blue cheese. Yield: 4
servings; each serving contains 310
calories.


Queen size mattress & box
springs. $25; two end tables & lamp.
$25. Good condition. 647-4042.
lte 5/12
Whirlpool window air condition-
ers. 12.000 btu. $250: 5.000 btu
$150. Call 229-2748 days. 227-1859
evenings. Itc 5/12
Metal office desk with chair. 875;
beige Sears curtains for a 6' sliding
door., 15. Call 647-3354.
lte 5/12

Expensive wedding dress, size 7.
sequins & pearl ruffle train slip. four
tier veil. 648-5994. Mexico Beach.
Itc 5/12

18.000 btu Whirlpool air condi-
tioner. like new. 227-1431.
ltp 5/12

Two super single 6-drawer water-
beds. mirrored headboard. $150 each.
Call 229-6056. lietc 5/12
Piano for Sale: Wanted: a respon-
sible person to take on a low monthly
payment on a beautiful console piano.
no money down. Call toll free: 1-800-
533-7953. Itp 5/12

White baby bed with mattress.
like new. 229-6005. Ice 5/12
Amana 12.000 btu air cond..' 110
plug. $175. Amana 10.000 btu air
cond., 110 plug. $150. 227-7403.
I: tp5/12

Solid oak antique TV' cabinet.
wood bunk beds. crib complete. $100
each. 16' Lowe bass boat, $3,250.
647-8771. 2tp 5/5
Excellent working color TVs. 19'
cable ready Curtis Mathes stereo. re-
mote 8125; Sears remote 8100; regu-
lar color T' $65. Jim. 647-3116.
G.E. refrigerator. 15 cu. ft.. runs"
goqd. as Is. $. St.St. Joe Beach. 647-
3408. correct i. ltp5/12,


Marinated Cucumber & Vidalia
Onion Salad

2 medium Vidalia onions, sliced

3 large cucumbers, sliced thin, with
peel left on
1 16-ounce can red kidney beans,
rinsed and drained


Dressing:
1/2 teaspoon salt (optional)


1 teaspoon sugar
1 Tablespoon Italian seasoning
1 teaspoon fresh parsley, chopped
fine
2 Tablespoons olive oil
1/4 cup vinegar
1/4 cup water

In a large bowl, combine onions,
cucumbers and kidney beans. Toss
together, separating onion rings.
Set aside. In a small jar with a
tight-fitting lid, combine dressing
ingredients; shake well. Refrigerate
dressing for 30 minutes. Pour the
dressing over the vegetable mixture
and refrigerate for 2 hours. Yield:
10 (1 cup) servings; each serving
contains 96 calories.

For more information and free
recipes featuring Vidalia onions,
send a self-addressed, stamped
envelope to "Vidalia Onion
Recipes," Georgia Department
of Agriculture, 328 Agriculture
Building, Atlanta, GA 30334.


HALL LAWN & WINDOW SER-
VICE, quality work. very reasonable
prices. Gary Hall, 227-7350.
2tp 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. Discover. Master Card or VISA.
tfc 5/5

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

Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and Lire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfc 5/5
Craftsman tools and Die Hard
batteries are available now at West-
ern Auto Store. 219 Reld Ave. 227-
I 105. tfc 5/5
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. tfc 5/5

35 ft fifth-wheel Travel Trailer.
Loaded. good cond.. needs minor re-
pairs, elec./gas water auto furnace.
water pump. 2-way refrig., large.
roomy. easy to handle. Will also sell
tow-vehicle with trailer If desired.
Both units 1986 models. Phone 227-
3569 for appL tfc 5/5
Old brick, clean two. get I free.
Call George. 229-8398. Lfc 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.
:tfc 5/5


Fantasy Properties, Inc.
r*L^^ *'..' JI 2_0 IU.S. Hwy. 98 : m
(0) .-Mexico Beach, FL 32410
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478
REALTOR

NEW LISTING: Beacon Hill, 518 2nd Ave.
Lovely 3 bedroom, 3 bath stilt home. In excel-
lent condition, newly painted, screened porch,
approx.; 1500 sq. ft. Dishwasher, disposal and
microwave remain. Priced right at $67,000.-

SALES RENTALS

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT


JOHN M. DELORME, Realtor


ELLEN F. ALLEMORE, Realtor


S, Vidalia Onions

Vitality In A Variety of Dishes


1993 Doublewide Home of Merit
on tree shade 1/2 acre fenced lot in
Howard Creek. 2 BR. 2 ba., ceiling
fans. '12'xl2' porch. 12'x20' carpeted
& wired aluminum storage, covered
boat shed. 3 1/2 years factory war-
ranty. cen. h&a. $35.000. 904-827-
2857. 2tp 5/5
Homesite ready for new home. 5
acres, electric hook-up. septic.
12'xl8' workshop. 2 miles. N. Dead
Lakes, Wewa, 647-3581. Owner fi-
nancing. 4tp 4/28

1029 McClellan Ave., PSJ. for
Sale by Owner: Completely remod-
eled. 3 bdrm. (I sm.. I bath. Fla. rm..
new roof. carpet, cen. ac/h, wiring.
plumbing, etc. Well w/auto. sprinkler
system, fenced in backyard. By appL
only. 229-6861. 2tp 5/12

1/2 acre 'lot with septic tank.
$9.500. Overstreet Road. Owner fl-
nancing. 227-2020. ask for Billy.
Lfe 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


PUBLIC

NOTICES

NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION
THE GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Purpose and Effect: The Gulf County School
Board proposes to amend and adopt policies, as
provided for in the Administradve Procedures Act,
for the purpose or bringing said policies into com-
pliance with Florida Starutes and State Board of
Education Rules.
Summary: The following Is a brief descrip-
ton of each proposal change of Chapter 6GX23
5.99 Drug-Free Workplace
6 79 Drg. Free Workplace
2.500 ProhlOlton of Harassment
4 527 ProhibitLon of Harassment
6.80 Prohibitilon of Harassment
Economic Impact: This proposals will result
ini no direct co.tL associated with implementation.
IF REQUESTED. A HEARING WILL BE HELD
AT:
Time 900 am E T
Date Tuesday. June 7. 1994
Place Board Room. Gulf County School
Board Office. 502 Niles Road. Port St Joe. FL
32 q56
The entire LexL of the proposed rules can be
inspected during regular omice hours at Lhe Gull
County S&houil Dard OI1ce, 502 Niles Road, Port
St Joe. FL
Special legal aud-oriry under which the
adoption is authorized and the law being imple-
ineried and Interpreted are made specific.
The addition and changes are proposed by
Charles T. Watson. Director of Support Services;
ard approved for consideraton by B. Walter Wild-
er. Superintendent
Amendments
5. 99 Drug Free Workplace
6 79 Drug-Free Workplace
2500 Prohibitior onr laassment
4.527 Prohibition of Harassmentr
680 Prohlbinon of Harassment
Putlh'h Mavy 12& 19. l9,


Tom Todd

Really INC. O


It's Not too Late to Apply for



Financial Aid at Gulf Coast


Electrotlux and all other vacu-
ums, repairs and sales, bags, any-
thing for any vacuum and any central
built-in vac's. 'Callaway Vacuum &
Sewihg 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 & uractor 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 advertised tire sale prices.
Computerized WHEEL ALIGNMENT.
Sears Card now at Port St. Joe West-
ern Auto Discover TOO! 227-1105.
tfci5/5






2 bdrm.. I a. house for sale,
1080 sq. ft.. 5 years old. Located on
1/2 acre corner lot. 7 miles north of
Overstreet on Cemetery Rd. For more
Information please call" 648-8686. ask
for Patty. tLifc 5/12

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. fonnal
dining room. indoor laundry nn..
glassed In porch, satellite TV. Ig.
swimming pool. For sale by owner.
Shown by appointment only. 229-
8276. 2tp 5/5


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





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SUMMER

PROPERTIES
An Independently Owned and Operated Mem-
ber o01 Coldwell Banker Residential Affiliates, Inc.
Expect the best.

ST. JOE CHARM: Comer lot, beauti-
ful landscaping, bnck, 4 br or 3 br
with a den, 2 ba., 1400 sq. ft., lots. of
storage, large screened in porch, all
kitchen appliances. This one won't last
long.
ST. JOE STARTER HOME: Just re-
duced, 3 br, I ba. large comer lot, all
kitchen appliances, stor. shed, new
roof, vinyl siding, some furnishings
included, great value for the money,
" $43,900._. .. ...... ..
4 WATERFRONT ON THE CHIPOLA:
2 acres, 200' on the river, 3 br, 2 ba.,
3200 sq. ft. main house w/stone fire-
place & Ig. screened in porch, I 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 Gulf County's most
desirable neighborhood. $175,000.
GULF FRONT/GULF VIEW TOWN
HOMES: Cape San Bias, 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.
CHERYL SUMMERS, Realtor
MIKE BRADY, Realtor

227-1892


REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER

SALES

BEACH

RENTALS
CAPE SAN BLAS
INDIAN PASS
MEXICO BEACH
ST. JOE BEACH
PORT ST. JOE


NEW LISTING!!! WEWAHITCHKA 118 Magnolia SI. Older frane 2 BR/I BA cottage.
LR.DR. kit.. screened back porch. Cent. heat. window air. BORDERS BULiRGESS CREEK
FISHING IIl $29,000. Call Brenda Lynn. Assoc. E'.e. 648.6215.
PORT ST. JOE REDUCED!! OWNER MUST SELL 11 1607 Nlonument Ase. 4 BR/3
BA. fonnal LR and DR. famr. mnn. /fireplace. Convenient RFC[NTLI RFMODFLFD"
Call Brenda Lynn. Assoc. E'e. 648-8215.
ST, iOE BEACH REDUCED! OWNER MUST SELL!! 124 Selma Street. 3 BR/2 BA,
great room i%/lireplace. DR. kit. w/bar. inside uiiltiy POOL with new liner. Plus efficiency
apl. 1/2 bik to dedicated beach! Call Brenda Lynn, A-soc. Eve. 648-8215.
INDIAN PASS BFACH 100' % 867' lot on Gulf of Mecico! MOTIVATED SELLER.
PRie IF REDICED to $85.000. Call Brenda L)nn. Assoc. Eve. 648-8215.
INDIAN PASS AND CAPE SAN BLAS. Gulf view lots with access to beach. Several
available $15.000 o1 $S18,900. Call Tom Todd Broker '
-CAPE SN BLAS Two gulf 'rot condos nicely furni'slied. Excellent beach view. $76,900
& $79,)00 Call craig Todd, Assoc. Eve. 229-6278.
'GULF PINES SUBDIVISION EXCELLENT GULF VIEW. 2 BR/1 BA on comer lot.
Nicely furnished, large screened deck. landscaped yard. Extra BR & BA famed and
plumbed. Call Nancy Todd, Assoc. Eve. 229-6278. .
PORT ST. JOE REDUCED! 209 Allen Memorial Way. 3 BR/2 BA, fireplace in fam. rm.,
Ig. DR, sunroom, double garage, fenced yard and sprinkler system. OWNER MOTIVAT-
ED TO SELL!!! CALL MARGARET FLETCHER, ASSOC. EVE; 227-7171.
INDI. N PASS .-GULF FRONT 150' GF' 400 deep lot. $120,000. Owner will consider
financing. Wil also consider di,\ dig parcel. Call Margaret Fletcher, Assoc. Eve. 227-7171.
PORT ST., OE NEW LISTING 505 Garrison: 4 BR/3BA. Lovely,light, airy and spa-
cious rooms in this 2700 sq/ft+ brick and frame home. Huge bedrooms all w/walk-in closets.
Formnnal LR & DR. Large gourmet kit. w/island and bar. Big utility room, workshop. Double
carport with concrete drive. Must see this on! Call today for appt. Ask for Call Margaret.
Fletcher. Assoc. Eve. 227-7171. ,


GCCC applicants who delay
filing to the last weeks before
school begins in the fall will not
receive funds before the semester
begins. Many of the major univer-
sities have priority consideration
deadline dates for applicants set
several months in advance of the
beginning date for the fall seines-
ter. Those who complete their fil-
ings by that deadline have an ad-
vantage : in the competition for
limited funds.
To assist students In coni-
pleting the application for student
aid. the Gulf Coast Community
College Financial Aid Office offers
45 minute "How to Apply" work-
shops available free to students
and their parents. Advanced reg-
istration is not required for work-
shop participation. Students


wishing to attend any workshop
should gather in the lobby out-
side thie Financial Aid 01Tice a few
minutes before the hour.
Workshops will be held: May
11, 10. a.m. and 7 p.m.; May' 12,
2 p.m.; May 18, 10 a.m. and 7
p.m.; May 19, 2'p.m.; May 25, 10
a.m.; May 26. 2" p.m.; June 8. 10
a.m, and 7 p.mn.; June 9. 2 p.m.
Students attending a work-
shop are asked t6 bring a copy of
the student's and fainily's income
. tax form. Fore more informaLion,.
call Dan Smith. 872-3S44.

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


Student Reminded to Apply
for College Aid
Students applying to attend
Gulf Coast Community College's
fall semester 1994 should apply
now for financial aid. ',
Florida students who will at-
tend Florida Institutions full time
should apply for the Florida Stu-
dent Assistance Grant no later
than May 16.
The application deadline for
Gulf Coast Community College
Foundations Scholarships is
June I for the 1994-95 school
year.





LOST: In Mexico Beach area on
May 7th. 3 yr. old black and white fe-
male Boston terrier. Answers to
Missy. Reward. Call collect 0-904-
422-2531. Itc 5/12






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


Ilformataon provided by the GeorgiaDepartment of Agriculture,
Tommy Irvin, Commissioner


PAGR 6B.


mop,


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1994


Elizabeth W. Thompson
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Office: Hiy. 98 at 19th St., Mexico Beach
Mailing Address: Rr. 3. Box 167, Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Fa<: (904) 6484247

904-648-5683 or 1-800-582-299D
After Hours: Jay Rish, Associate Broker, 904-229-1070,
Brenda Miller, Salesperson, 904/648-5435
41st Street. One lot 90'x75' zoned tourist residential, lot 20. blk 9, unit 7, beach-
side of Hwy. 98, $35,000.00. Owner financing at 1% below prevailing rates with
20% down payment.
MEXICO BEACH ACROSS HIGHWAY FROM BEACH
New Listing, Sleepy Hollow Ranch Rd. (off 15th St.) Two bd., 1 ba. on stilts, new
carpet. LR/DN/kitchen. roof 3-4 years old. new deck. W, H 2-3 years. Lot 75'x185'.
$49,500.00. Ask for Brenda.
New Listing, Robin Lane, Lot #9, Block 3. in nice residential subdivision 120' street
frontage x 78' deep. OWNER SAYS SELL, PRICE. REDUCED. $11,500.00. Ask for
Jay.
Robin Lane: Lot 6, blk 3, unit 17 in quiet subd.. paved streets. (NO MOBILE
HOMES. Off 15Lh St. O.ner financing. $10.000.00.
NEW LISTING: 13th St., Mexico Beach. Lot 17, Large lot 120' wide x 90 deep, 1,.'
2 blk from beach. Nice location for home. Has some shade trees. Good elevation.
$19.500.00.
201 Louisiana Dr.: Partially turn. 3 bd., 2 ba. double wide or beautiful landscaped
lot w/trees, fenced yd. Cen. h &a, Stone fp. w,blower. Mar) extras. including Ig.
shed'work shop, range, refrig., washer & d.w. curtains & draperies, carpet & cov-
ered patio. Some furnishings may be negotiable. 75'x112 1/2 Reduced
$41,500.00.
Fla. Ave. thru to Fortner Ave. between 3rd & 4th Streets. Lot 6. Block 4, Unit 1,
Mexico Beach. 2 bd., 1 ba. older mobile nome Ineeds TLC) located on nice lot
50'xl50' facing Fla. Ave.,Possible owner financing. $23,500.00.
COMMERCIAL
Corner of 15th St. & 386. One of the few tracts of acreage zoned 'GENERAL COM-
MERCIAL" left in Mexico Beach approx. 900' on 15th St. and over 500' onr, 386.
Owner says sell, make-offer, price reduced $115,000. For details call or write Eliz-
abeth W. Thompson.
BEACON HILL
ACROSS HWY. ON BLUFF: Lot 122' h.vy. frontage x 130' deep w!.20'x30' garage or
boat nouse w/loft stor. area. Concrete block w/rinck, cedar snakes (new roof added
in '82). Water & electricity. 2 septic tanks on property. $64.750.00.
519A Gulfaire Dr. 2 bd.. 2.5 ba.-townhouse in-qualiry subdivision, good view Lq(.the
Gulf & a short walk to beach. 1150 sq. ft., cen. h&a. unfurn.. eAcepttove. refrig..
d/w, w/d, fans, decks and patio. Lot size 20C109'. Ast, for Jay., Yn(4rmished price
reduced $66,000.00. Furnished (some exclusions) price reduced $69.500.00.
ST. JOE BEACH
ACROSS HIGHWAY FROM BEACH
New Listing: 3 blocks of LOTS on Gulf, Selma, Atlantic and Georgia Streets
Mobile homes acceptable. 75'X180' $9.250.00 ea. 90'x150' $17.250.00 ea. and
irregular sizes $17.250.00. owner financing. 15% down payment. balance up to 10,
yrs. at 9%. Call Elizabeth W. Thompson for further details.
1 LOT 50'x125' on CORONADO ileftl Easy, access to beach, first lot bac- from Hwy.
98 (behind Coronado Townhousesl Owner Financing. Mobile rornes acceptable.
Price reduced $12,500.00. Ask for Jay.
1 LOT 50'x90' with septic tank, cleared, no obstruction of view. You've got to see
this onel A great buy at $32.500.00.
3 Adjacent Lots 50'x125' each on Magellan/Americus less than one block to
beach. OWNER FINANCING 25% down payment, balance terms negotiable or will
sell 1 1/2 lots sell two (2) 75'x125. $12,000.00 each.
COMMERCIAL corner of Desoto and Americus, St. Joe Beach. Mobile home park
situated on six (6) lots (each 75'x150') in St. Joe Beach. consisting of 12 furnished
mobile homes and 2 moPile homes renting spaces. Call or write for details to Bren.
da.
OVERSTREET """
New Listing: South Long (Mexico Beach side of bridge) Eight acres more or less,
partially cleared w/planted pines, fenced, facing South Long. Would make excellent
homesite. $40,000. ,
WETAPPO CREEK: Two adjacent lots 130 wide x 300' more or less deep each with
use of community dock on Wetappo Creek. Deep water w/access to Intracoastal Ca-
nal. Country living at its best. Lots sold together, $9.500.00. each.
WETAPPO CREEK (Near Intracoastal Waterway) Four one acre lots with access to
dock. Owner financed, 25% down payment, balance in 5 years at 10% interest Lot
size 130'x300' Mobile homes accepted. lot #7. $7,500.00. Lots 8. 9, 10,
$7,000.00 each. Total for the four, $25.000.00.
CREEKWOOD SUB., Partially turn., 3 bd., 2 full ba., 26'x52' (including hitch) double
wide "Liberty mobile home plus 10'x30' screened porch & garage. All elec. w/cen.
h&a, also f.p. Carpet & vinyl thruout. Nice high lot 100'x200' w/some Wetappo
frontage. Also access to boat ramp for property owners. Fruit trees. NEW 350'
DEEP WELL. Assume. mortgage & owner may assist in financing. $55,000.00.
WEWAHITCHKA
Two lots plus one (1) acre all in Red Bull Island Subd.. Gulf County. Florida. Lots 19
"and 20. Block M. For all three parcels, $7,500.00.
Hwy. 71, south 1/2 mile before Wewa. Approx. 1.5 acres more or less, two comer
lots, great homesite, $15,000.00 for both. Ask for Brenda.
CAPE SAN BLAS
GULF FRONT HOME, new listing: Luxurious executive gulf front residence in Treas-
ure Shores Subd. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. and almost too many extras to list. Finished in
1993. Hardwood floors, great rm. & kit., carpeted bedrooms, ceramic tile bath-
rooms, cen. h&a, Security system, satellite dish, wood burning fireplace, Peachtree
brand doors & windows, Jenn-Aire stove, palladium-window facing the Gulf, spacious
wood deck, cathedral ceiling,'wooden boardwalk down to the beach, washer & dryer,
range, microwave, refrig. & d.w. Lot is 75'x336' All this luxury for just $220,000.00.
Ask for Jay.
SECLUDED DUNES LOTS: *R-7lot size 120'x351', $144,500.00. OWher financing-
25% down payment, balance in 5 years, 9% interest. Prices subject to'change with-
out notice. Ask for Elizabeth Thompson.
GULF FRONT LOTS
One lot 100'x692. Owner financing, 28% down,, balance in 5 years at 9% interest
TR32. Reduced. $1,000.00. F.F.A.kfor lizabeth.
PARADISE GULF: Lot #7, 66.6 ,000.00.
Lot #12, 66.67'x453', ?f,5J.QO.
Lot 8, 66.67'x452'. Price $79,500.00. Ask for Jay.
GULF SIDE LOTS
2 1/2 lots, Cape San Bias Shores, gulf side, interior, $14,500.00 for allk Ask for
Brenda.
BAY FRONT LOTS
One lot 75' wide x 719' deep wooded, owner will finance, $5,000.00 down pay-
ment. Balance amortized for 10 years @ 9% interest with balloon at end of 5 years.
$49,500.00. Ask for Elizabeth.

New Listing: Gulf Shore Dr., Lots 15 and 16, Cape San*Bias Shores, Unit #1,
50'x100', $45,000. .
Gulf Shore Drive, Gulf front lot, lots 15, 16 and N 1/2 of Lot 14, Cape San Bias -
Shores Subdivision, 62.5'x100' $65,000. See Brenda for details.
Gulf Shores 50'xiOO' lot in established subdivision with a paved street & gulf ac-
cess. $23,500. Ask for Jay.
CAPE SAN BLAS GULF SIDE
Nice highway front lot in an established area. Cape Sands Landing. 122'x160', ex-
tra frontage. Great building site for a residence or a business. This lot comes with
access to the Gulf. A great price at $25,000.00. Ask for Jay.

We have Bayfront Lots starting at $35,000 and several Gulf front
lots starting at $79,500 in Cape San Bias. They are going fast.














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GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD No. VI., Special Revenue. Ot
March 31. 1994 APPROVAL OF MINUTE
The Gulf Country School Board met in special Byrd, second by Mr. Hanlon
session on March 31. 1994, at 3-00 p.m., in the the Board approved the m
Gulf County School Board Administrative Offices. and 15. 1994..
The following members, were present: Oscar Redd, BID MATTERS: On mi
Ted Whitileld. David Byrd, James Hanlon, and second by Mrs. Pierce..and
Charlotte Pierce. The Superinteldent and Board Board approved to award
Attorney were also present. Tampa, Florida. the bid/co
Chairman Redd called the meeting to order. of asbestos from Wewahitck
PERSONNEL MATTERS: The Superintendent ing2-Llbrary.
presented to the Board his recommendation for ad- CONSTRUCTION MAT
ministration for the 1994-95 school year. After dis- Gasklll. Architect. present
cusalon. a moon was made by Mr. Whiltleld and the Wewaihitchka Bus Bar
seconded by Mrs. Pierce to delay any action on the Hanlon, second by Mr. Wh
personnel-recommendauon unuj the regular-meet- .vote, the Board approved to
Ing on April 5. 1994. The motion was earned with to. proceed with the biddin
a unanimous vote. struction of the Wewah-it
There being no further business, the meeunig Board set May 3, 1994. at
was adjourned to meet again in regular session on opening.n
April, 1994. Oil motion by Mr. H
Byrd, and unanimous vote
GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD ?.he following constn[cUoi rni
April 5. 1994 Approved the prelminmio
The Gulf County School Board met in regular of InstIrctiotlal Services
session on April 5. 1994. at 9:00 am.. In the Gulf Approved the educaluioi
County School Board Administrative Offices Ini techiolog,- laboratory for
Port St. Joe. The following members were present: School.
Oscar Redd. Ted Whitlleld, David Byrd. James CORRESPONDENCE:
Hanlon and Charlotte Pierce. The Superintendent correspondence from Mr. Je
and Board Attorney were also present. uve for the Wev.ahltchka
Chairman Redd presided and the meeting was Boosters.- equesUig the Bo:
opened with prayer led by Charlotte Pierce. fol- Ing funds to help bUy eq1n11
lowed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Jarmes the Wewahitchka Baseball P
Hatlon. 1The Board also reeweJ e
TEACHER OF THE YEAR: The Supertinen- ,Mr. Terry Stuker. BaiJd Di
dent presented Putsy Lister. Media Speciallt at High School and Mr.. Lanrry
Wewoaitchka Elementary School. a plaque of ap- Wewahitchka High School.
prelaUton rom hiUe Gitlf County School Board for the Wewahichka H-igh Schi
lbeig selected Teacher of the Year in Gulf Coicert Featival Ih Gahlesil
Counr y 1994.
PUBLIC HEARING ON POLICY CHANCE,. Ac- 1'*" by Mr. H94
cording to Florida Statute. the Board odverused field. ani titio Mri inio i lo
the followiug policy change In the local neu spa- led atd herequestmoi the. i
pers: Policy 3 14444 Provision for Limited Eniglsh table the re-pit-st o" rt-e V'i
S' Parents and Representauve Designalloni The pub- Baseball Boosters and thi
lic was invited ont this day to proulde input. School Bard until the Supe
HEAR FROM PUBLIC: Mr. Bill Fox met with Into the fiLnaclial sltuauou,
the Board regarding reliistatement of the sevetith with more Ironfrmation.
period day. MIDDLE SCHOOL: On
Dr Tim Nelson, represemttae of the Gulf second by Mr. Hausion. and
County Chamber of Cortmerce Committee for Edu- Board approved to accept Ln
catOIn. addressed the Board regarding the Iljua- School Ta-k Force for Deve
waves of the District Adslsory Counicil and the School Prtcramt for P,.-it St
Board in relation to the middle school aid the dli- PERSONNEL MATTERS
cipline code. Pierce. second b) Mr. WhIu
ADOPTION OF AGENDA: On motion b Mr. vote. the Boaid alprased u-t
Whitfleld. second by Mr. Byrd. and unanimous matters: Approved Dianta Ju
vote, the Board adopted the agenda to the paslition of head Cusu
BUDGET MA'TERS/PAYMENT OF BILLS: school )ear. Approved Benin
On motion by Mrs. Pierce. second by Mr. Whit- Custodian c.r the 1993-94 s
field, and ,imanilmous oiLe. tihe Board approved the Willie B. McCloud for the po..
following bildget mailers and payrr.elt of bills. Ap- the 1993-94 school )ear. AJ
proved Budget Amendment No. VI., Genernl FuLnd: for the posuoin al Custod
Approved Budget Amendmnent No VI. Special Rev- school year Approsed Daoln
enue. Food Service: Approved Budget Ainentiment duties of Senior Sponsor a


school Board


their -.
ES: On motion by Mr.
t, and unanimous vote,
minutes .of March 8, 10,
Motion by Mr. Whitfleld,
d unanimous vote. the
CST Environmental of
interact for the removal
hka High School, Build-
TERS: Mr. Charles A.
:d the Board plans for
11 On motion by Mr.
itfleld, and unanimous
o authorize Mr. Gaskin
g process for the con-
chka Bus Barn. The
5 30 p.m., for the bid
anilon, second by Mr.
L, the' Board approved
alters:
y dawingg of the OilTe
Jd specilcatioius for the
Part SL Joe Middle
The BoarJ reviewed
etry Kelle). repre.setal-
High .Schpol Baseball
ad to consider .match-
nimet ii.and supplies for
rograni. .
I correspondence fromi
rector at Wewahltchka
N Mathes. PriincJal at
rerquesunig hhids for
eol BInd to the Stre
lie. FL. c.i N MiaI 11-13.
wi second by MSi. Whit-
Elie Ba:.ard approved to
.ahlitchk. High School
e Wewahhiichka High
erintenldeni can check
ud provide the Board
motiao, by Mr. Byrd
uiInaimous vi e. the
e Ri.-rt of the Milnie
Jloiirviitne of A Middle
i-.e
: On mouon by M rs
field anid uirairmoLs
.e iollown.g persoruiel
lius to be ruiinsierred
Ldlai. for the 1993.94
lie Lee Russ flr the
school year. Apprroed
Iucli af Custodialit for
pproaed Patricia Latta
lian for the 1933.94
i Grace to assume the
t Wewahltchka High


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 ,' .
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA ,


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SROCDON riHRlGIJERIhTE
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LYING -IN THE NE .:OR
OF 5E1/4'. ORB I 'H3'!t '
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,E!. .SELLERS MICHAEL M 8: CATH'
LLIS WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARI
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB
59 LOT 6 ORB 159/895 FR
42. 78 "KOCHEVAR "
4' *.78 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL' SEE Tt

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10 P-i"-0-3-" :
.'CLAR:, JAMES W. 8: SHERRY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARI
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9 LOT 6 ORB 114/623 FR
RUSSELL
-(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE' Tf

o 0 49?- .,P :
$360.12 I P--..2' ,
ATKINS JOHN DOYLE
ES WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARE
'LOT CREEK SECOND ADDITION PS
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School for the remainder of the 1993-94 school
year. Accepted the resignation of Ashley Grund
(teacher on leave-of-absence) from her teaching po-
sitlon at Port St Joe Elementary School. Approved
Brenda Little for the.supplementary pay position of
Assistant Softball Coach at Wewahltchka High
School for the remainder of the 1993 94 school
year. Approved Geraldine Lewis for uowe position of
substitute bus aide-for the 193.-94 school year
Accepted a letter of Intent to retire from Lou Eaker,
School Food Service Manager at Highland View
Elementary School, effective at the end of the
school year, 1994 95 Apa.oed .la, Tr-.:nburg as
a substitute teacher ii the G.ll COuir, School
System. Approved Lhe SLipetriiiieient s ecoin-
mendation that aiihu-JA cOiiacL lecr-es Le hil'i
renewed for the 1994-95 school year. Approved the
following teachers for a Professional Service Con-
tract for the 199 1-9,5 school )ea. Fort Sr u.e Ele-
neilar, Steie NlM'ael Jo A.., RLailleld. ad De-
Ella Siillsc.c.J WeAshitchka Highr, School Ross
D.1is Dao.. Grce. Mlsty Haiper. anJd Jhc.iny
Taloc.i.: Fort St Jce Higi, Sch&:.ic Johi R.inwa-
* lei and M lliN \itei, Ap],i..sed (litis Ea-lei the
Sa. ....,l '.' l Pii ilial .i P-,:.it S Joe M lJ.-le
School kr the 1994 95 :,:hool euar Appcir.ed the
fuollvi~gJ ,r.iii.ljuatci t lfr ie-e.iia.i .uineii fOr the
19944-.95 hr al )er Teiil..le Wa'ot JIi A -1-tailt
Si perliiieiide-ii aid Djiecior of Siippoit S r.ices
D ia ld i ll'ell Directl.:.i I i iiciliial S i-i tces
BeL'y Bold'ell Coc-.lin a :.- I-1 ]Iecual S 'nic es.
Biii,ll rFlouae. C.:crdliiatuor of Fcilliiy S nices. S
Eibaiiks. Cooidiialtr OI \ l iC iI:,iial. Ailuhit and
Lonic.ri inain E.iihcaU.:.- ar i Trair-:p talj.i WVes
l.,l,.-.. liiteiini PiiIcii.iPal "PW t SL Joe High Sch.-'.l:
C:liheaie Bailleld PFin,:Ipal Hi.HlId \ lew Ele.
menit.a Schoo-l CerilJ Lester. Piiiicpal. Port Si.
Joe EleI-ieiu Sichoo-l JetNt Kelle. Principal We-
,'ahitchl.a Elemeniian Sch.,ol La.i Matle Pprj,.-
cipal 'esaniwchha-, hig4. S.h.:,,l. ai,-l Scua Joe
Wa teni. Assistaa t F,iicipal. Vewali chka High
Scho.:ol] .
Siipieirtendeiit ilider vacated his seat on the
Boaad dit. .o a fI'nll J eniergenc' Assistaiat Super-
lirei,.deii. Teri|le Wa-oii. filled the vacaic) tiar
the dIuJ-aui.,, 'I the nieeu.ig
PROGRAM MATTERS: Onl irmoula by Mr
Byrd. secaind b, Mis. Fierce. a d ti,a riinous \u:te,
he .Boad approved a Commlntlirs SetMices c:.mpo-
neiit for the Academic Sch.:lars 'Progain
SCHOOL CALENDER: On m-.:.uonl b Mr. Hair,
lo i second by Mr. Byrd alid iiciirIGIiis ,:cte the
Board al.praoed the 1994-95 Sch.ol Calender.
STUDENT MATTERS: Oil mr.ruoh LJ Mr Whit-
field second h) M-! s Pierce. and utanirni.Lts late.
the B)aid oppi-oed a reipiesrt far a Pi't St Joe
High Schoul sudeit to be allaoed to attend the
adult sc-h.:..
SURPLUS PROPERTY: Oj, rrmoiali by Mirs
Pierce. sec-,d by NMr B) rd. anod tliati;inia r ote.
the IBodrit aili .,i.ed ue following surplus pr.& pert-
matli.ers Ap[ipi.:,e. a list ol eqiulll-neiit I'romll ew. -
hitchKa High Scmlc.l lur prospeirl disposal Ap-
proved a request iam VWeV.ahitchk, High School
to dlspo.e ol tno 121 JuILk vehicles: 1976 PI)rrLuuth.
4-Door. ID nPMl4li.D17939G: 1074 Chevrolet 4-
Door. ID ALCtH-4T'j.231 Al,pis.:,ed a li.t of
lutik t'-i.eailtes at Pult SL Joe hsigji Schuul.lor
palpeiTr diJipusal
TRANSPORTATION MATTERS: Or, n oucil b)
Mr. B.il -ec.:.c- LN MNI H.ulai,. ant-i itianiOiuiis
sc.re the Bu.a.applai ed ie -llos.-itg t'ani,|orta-
ti':. i. attecs" ApI o[.,. I t eieq !L.t i.: r a bLis route
change .at Stuioeill Creek ii \eewahitchka Ap-
prcied a resed bus touie for Bus C3 Lads
Laidinig ajid Oveistleer. Approved a bus route
change fr Bas 44 in Nrth Port St. Joe Ap.
proved a new bus stop Is5990) I'.:.r Bus *5a at the
litersecuai of Hwy 3SGi3 a.d &Suthl Lu.g. Over-
sUteeL.
The Board ceVewied a sch.oil L.. damage re-
porti fBu l81. No action ieces--r)
SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT: The Board re-
viewed coriespotndence frarm Jeny Kelle). Piricipal
at Wewahpchka Elemeitary School. reques.ung
pernts-lot Ir lttwo shorteied Ecr,aol days I'ar par-
ein conleiences. No acL:, L taken
Oin nhoun: by Mr Whitflleld secoaild b Mr.
Hail si, ajid itrailioii at.om. o the Boaid approved
adverusement of a policy change to establish a
ruleloar using non-getteral revenue funds fur termi-
nal pa) beieflt for non-general revenue fund em-
plaoee posiLlons.
The Board reviewed School Resource Officer
reports for Port SL Joe High School and Wewa-
hnichka High School for the month of March.
1994. No action necessary.
The Board renewed correspondence from, the
Chamber of Commerce uiltluig the board to attend
their fifth annual Free Enterpnse Day" luncheon
oni Apni 18, 1994. No action necessary.
One maioon by Mr. Ht1al1p, second by MrNi.
Picice. a,,d uiajuimous vote, the Board approve a
facility USe Request fur the Gulf Couinty's Sheriffs
SDepartmeint Search and Rescue to use the Port S
Joe High School Gym for a gospel sing on April 30.
1994.
VOTE ON POLICY CHANGE: On moulon by
Mrs. Pierce, second by Mr Byrd, and unatilnous
vote. the Bc-ard approved the following advertised
policy. 3.444 Provision for Limited English Parents
arid Representantive Deslgnatlan.
BOARD MEMBER CONCERNS: The Board set
April 19. 1994. 4.00 p m.. for a workshop on the
Organlzanri Chan and 'the School Food Service
Program.
ADJOURNMEN'Td There being no further busi-
ness, the neeung adjourned at 1 1: 15 a.m.





NOTICE
Notice is hereby gien lhat the CILr Commis.
stor. of the Ciy of Port St. Joe. sitting as the Board
of Adjusimint,. hill hold a Public hearing in Cit)
Hall at 8.00 p.m Tuesday. Mav 17. 1994. to deter-
mine sheeLhcr Lhe CIty till auL'horve a deialtiun to
Zoning Ordinance No 5 for a vanance of fl.e feec
151 on the western praperry line lo const-uct a
oprch on the west one halfl'of Lots 2 & 4, Bloack 56.
localed at 206 Tienth Soeet
/'/Jim MaJoy. City Auditor Clerk
Publish May 12. i994.


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NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT ORDINANCE
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners proposes to adopt an ordinance establish.
ing a. licensing program to regulate contractors Ir
Gulf County, Florida .s required by Florida law
which will include the creation of the Gulf Count)
Construction Industry Licensing Board, provision
for the registration 'and examination of contrac-
tors, the title of said Ordinance being as follows:
AN:ORDINANCE SETTING UP A LICENS-
ING PROGRAM TO REGULATE CONTRAC-
TORS IN GULF COUNTY; PROVIDING FOR
DEFINITIONS OF VARIOUS KINDS OF
CONTRACTORS, REGISTRATION, BOARD.
AND RELATED' DEFINITIONS; CREATING
TIIE GULF COUNTrY CONSTRUCTION IN-
DUSTRY' LICENSING BOARD. 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 FOR ThE POWERS. DUTIES. AND
RESPONSIBILITIES OF SAID BOARD.
PRESCRIBING QUALIFICAiIONS AND
MAKING PROVISIONS FOR THE RECIS-
TRA'rTION AND EXAMINATION OF CON-
TRACTORS. PROVIDING FOR THE RE-
NEWAL IHEREOF AND MAKING CERTAIN
E..CEPflONS AND EXEMPTIONS FROM
SAID PROVISIONS. PROVIDING FOR THE
PAiYMENrr AND COLLECTION OF FLEES IN
CONNECTION THEREWITII AND MAKING
PROVISION FOR THIE USE AND DISPOSI-
TION THEREOF: MAKING CERTAIN AC1IS
UNLAWFUL AND PRESCRIBING FOR SEV%
ERABILITY. REPEAL OF CONFLICTING
ORDINANCES. AND EFFECTIVE DATE.
None is hereby glien or the intent to adopt
this ordinance at a meearig of the Gulf County
Corrmmi ton at the County Commission Meeting
Room of Lhe Gulf County Courthouse complex.
1000 Fifth Street. Port St Joe. Florida. on May 24,
1994. at 600 p.m. Eastern Time and to have a
first reading and discussion of the ordinance at Its
regular meeting on May 10. 1994 beginning at
6 CO p m Eastern Time
All interested parties are inserted to present
their comments at the public hearing at the lime
ard place set out above
Warren J. Yeager. Jr.
Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County. Florida
Benny Lister
Clerk of Circuit Court
Gulf Counry. Florida
Publish- May 5 and 12. 1994


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUITFFOF THIlE STATE
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
GULf COUNiTY.
Case Number 94-33
IN PROBATE
IN RE The Estate of
EVIE MAE RICII.
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISI RATION
THE ADMINISTRATION of the estate of EVIE MAE
RICH, deceased. File Number 91-33. is pending In
the Circuit Court for Gulf County. Flonda. Probate
Division, the address of which ti Gulf County
Courthouse. 1000 Fifth Street. Port St Joe. FlorI-
da. 32456. The names and addresses of the Per-
sonal Reprtsentrauve and his attorney) are set forth
below.
All interested persons are required to file
WITHIN THREE 13) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. (I) All
claims against the estate and 121 any objecnon by
an Interested person on whom notice was served
that challenges the validity of the Will, the quallfl-
caorns of the Personal Representative. venue or
jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND OBJEC-
.TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
DATE of the first publicanon of this Notice
of Administration is May 5, 1994
/s/DAVID M. RICH
P.O Box 248
Wewahltchlka. Flonda 32465
Personal Representative
/s/WiLLUAM J. RISH
RISH & GIBSON. P.A.
303 4th Street P.O Box 39
Port St. Joe. FL 32456
190.1) 229-8211 I
SAttorney for Personal Representative
FL Bar No 0066806
Publish. May S5and 12. 1994.

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR BIDS
I' Sealed bids In duplicate will be received un-
j11 May 16, 1994. 12.00 EDT by the Gulf County
iShoql Board. Port SL Jue. londa, ptl which time
and place all bi-s will be pubilY opened anrd read
Saloud for.
BUS SHOP AND MAINTENANCE FACILITY
GULF COU' NT SCHOOL BOARD
The Contractor stall furnish all labor, mate-
rials and equipment. and shall be responsible for
the entire completion oi" this projecL
Plans. specifications. anrd contract docu-
mers may be inspected and procured at the Office
or the Architect. State Road 22, Wewahitchka.
Florida. by General Contractors upon a deposit of
S-10.00 per set lor plans and spectfcatlons, of
which S20 00 will be refunded to each General
Contractor, ,ho submits a bid arid returns all doc-
uments in good corndttiun within 10 days after the
date of opening of bids
Cashier s check,. certlled check, or bid bond,
for not less Lhan 5% of the amount of bid. must
accompany each proposal. Performance. Labor
and Matenal Bonds, arid Workman's Compernsa-
ton Insurance will be required of the successful
bidder
Right is reserved to reject any arid all propo-
sals and waive technicalities
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period
of thirty 1301 days after date aet for opening
MR. \%ALTER WILDER SUPERINTENDENT
Gulf County School Board
Port St Joe. Florida
CHARLES A CASKIN. ARA. ARCHITECT
P 0 Box 7
Wewahitchkl. FL 32465
Publish. May 5 and 12, 1994.


S., 334" .':-.;P1
19 P-006$.C 9.* I-IA LlIS?..-48
WHTTWORTH litRI-IE',' G. l MflP.'
HOWARD .-RCFI PROPF' iO
UNI.REOREEiD LOTS 8 "1 OCi-E
13B/73E-36 FR WIHiITWORIH
M. lPn ID .
BL' B

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S rh,.R hi-iPLL .'JS. I H I-I. .
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IJREt:OPE LOT 17 ORB 'I 3 / ? lS FR
rfiHRSHi.L L
ii-iPB lot BLI" B -

0"334-E-3P .
- I' F-00638lo L 3 136T. 41
St.IPPER'S 'HOI E l." ,
HOWiRD ClPREE PROP. 110.
INRECORD LOT 3 OR 1i1/713
ti'-jr .t::.. .._ BLK C


t PC C 3't- F '
/ ,2 --.-... .:' 227.70
MARTIN l isai 'riI M.
X ROLL) HOWARD CREEIK.PROP. NO. 2
UNRECORD LOT 13 .ORB 90/877 i-
S- HOLIDAY B,-E.,-il INC 8: LOT 14
FRF MARTIN
-.$69HE.': (POR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TAX ROLL)
11-
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HOW'JR,-if CREEI PIF'.OPFF I E UNIT
RiX OL..) NO. 3 UtiRECfOPr,'E, LOT 5
S'OPB 160''- ; 0. FP, LYNN
MAP# 156D BLK E
S69.45
00334r-67OR
PROP 24 R-0068000 $126.34
3 ORB BE' TEDDY M 8: .JANICE H
,-FWRDhi. CREEK PROPERTIES UNTIT
NO. t4 LOT 11 UiRECO-.-iP,-D
,BLK ORB 146/24-:2 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC.
(FOR. FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

S10.00 00335-001R
25' R-0069600 229.47
PROP ARTHUR MARK 8: RUTH
7/731 S.E5 T 7 R 8 .283 AC M/L 130 X
'95 FT'.LOT ON SR 387 ORB 89/12
BLK 7. FR GOLDEN
MAP #15-i.A

cs88. 2.2 :00339-003R
.1 26 R-0069800 169.45
WHITFIELD LANDING INC- .
PROP S E T 7 R.S
7/i9" ALL SWi/4- OF SECT. S LESS
SOLD ORB. 129/815-17 FR HILL
BLK 7 MAP#


00335-OSOR
S27 R-0070000 S1,437.:86
WHITFIELD LANDING INC.
5 E T 7 R 8 1.93 AC M/L
H-38.98 X 200 FT PARCEL
ORB i29/815-17 FR-HILL
MAP# 156A

00338-05OR
28 R-0070600 $144.12
WILDER JAMES
5 S T 7'R 8 1 A C M/L HOWARD
CREEK PROPERTIES- UNREC. LOT .1
8: 2 ORB 143/E40 FR LYNN
MAP# 1E&A


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003&60-2i6R
29 R-0074600 90.78
CHRISTENSON THOMAS L
S 6 T 7,R 8 1
HOWARD .CREEK PROPERTIES .
LOT 8 ORB iE156.664 FR. GULF CO.
Fi-iRMS IriC..
(FOR FUR THICR LEGAL; SEE TAX ROLL)

00398-004P
30 R-00394790 5124,.92
WHITwOPTH R RIE'rlE 8- S i.P i : -
S 32 T 7 R a .L" h,- F I/L
100 ..IS FT DEIN CI, ..-mPSIrE
- "B" ORB'' 149/659 FR CHRP.ISTO
M i. ...8. ... .

004t-0 -P '
3r R--OuSSOO 82.'
CGUILFOR JERP ,' L 8. .J-NI-E F'
SS 31 T 3 1R 7 1 1IC RF.i-'D
ORB 150,.43 FfR T.','L3R
MAP# 109-:

00456-O0- IR
3L R-0Ut'. 3000 S41.-3
S'/FRETT Ruti.MOtD i-ip N 5.
SS i T 4 R 11 (- ,, M'L REC'D
ORB 60/ a'6; FR EntSTERLI4G
BEING PiHRC L 'A' 8* P il'FCEL
"'--l ORB 6:/1B6 8. ,-i PORTION
IFOR FURTHER LEG-L SEE TtX ROLL)

o0046 -;,.-3R
33 R-O094400 B304+.1tF
QC-lRTER T. M. 8. BERNIC--E 5.
S 6 T 4 R 9 ORB 6i/8R:3 FR
EtSTERLING BEING PiRCEL "M"
MHP 110 OB

00469-0'0tP.
34 R-0096600 54'..78
RODD LEE EST.
S 8 T 4 R 9 9- AC BEG rFr SEC
OF LOT 3 OftIG, TH RUN 4W 701
'DS. N 14.0 VDS, s E 0 '.rDS 5
140 '.'DS TO POB 081' D 31,'/7
MAP ltlO

..t' -,: ",I-
3i. R-OG?9-00 5 .9. 4F
JOHNSON SCOTT HOWJciRE,
F.ENTUCt./' LlNDINC 5UBDIVll SION
UNIT ONC PB' PC 3E N, 2 OF
LOT ORD 146,/419 FR JOHiNSON
MAP 1-7,:
SLl 3

O0506-C- OP.
36 RF-008.0 '.Q389.96
HOS INS E-RF.L C.. is. JENN E
S 16 T L4 R 9 1-F 1S4 FT LOT
11H ORIO. GOVT LOT. 4 ORb
94/,'98 FROM HO5 iNS
IHHP It .-8 B

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S R- 01094S0 '1463.63
SROWDEP L.E. ET AL
S 19 T q R 9 TRIi-Nr.uLiHR
SHAPED PARCEL 100 FT Or)
CHIPOLM RIVER 8 "700 FT ON
CHIPOLA RIVER CUT-OFF ORB
(FOR'-FORTHER LEGA-L' SEE TX 'ROLL"''


00618-080R
sO R-o1i30oo S228.14
ALLISON LARRY J.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. LOT 2 8: .98 AC LYING: SE
OF SAID LOT; BEING 1.5 AC M/L
ORB 89/643 FR VTES MAP 11i28
B.LK I

00620-080R
51 R-013300 S 215.96
MILLER WILLIAM J JR TRUSTEE '
RED BULL ,ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 10 ORB 153/62Q0 C FR
DIXON ; .
MAP# 1128 ,


BLK. K

00621i-0OR
SE R-Oi 34200-, 6.+64
HUGHES WILLIE S. JR. ET UX ,
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 20 ORB. 65/7
MAP ,112B p .LK

00611-09o0R
53 R-0134300 S66.64 -
HUGHES WILLIE S. JR. ET UX
RED BULL ISLAND SUBRE. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT ."21 RB 6/E!7''
MH4P #11i"B BLK K

00626-OCE.OR '
Eq R-OJ 37700 S66 '64
uL,,EXANDER CYNTH114 5.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. "- LOT 11 ORB 81/.2.O 8: ORB
t10/188 FR ALE HNDER
MI1P# liB ELK M.

&06.7-030F
FE P.-0138'fOO 39.08
"1IC ARDLE JwMES L.
RED. BULL TSLMND SUBDE. UNIT
NO.40 2. LOT 19 ORB 11./72." FR
HOLLAND
MAP 111-B
BLV M

006"7-040R
Fb R-013B600 SEO.E7
CI' 4RDLE Ji4MES L.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBE. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 10 8: 1 ':REt
ADJOINING REC'D ORB 116/7''2
FR HOLLwND
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TkX ROLL)

00629-080R
E7 R-0140OO0 5107.99'
MRMSTRON JOHNNIE E. 8. VERA n.
RED BULL ISLAND SURE. UNJ T
N-3. Z LOT 1tL 8 16 OFBB 13u./BE3
FR PICI RON
MAPH 11-B
BLV: N

0063+-OEOR
58 R-01435OO S206.47
SUGGS LEE R. 8: FRANCES G.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 10 .-i 10 Ba 8. 10 C
ORB O:L/E3 FR SUGGS
MRP#it 11-B
BLf: P

006&40-OuER
.9 F.-01460C-00 73.-F4
MYERS .:HRISTA i
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LUT 4 ORB 133/E63-6F2 FR NEWELL
MrtP # 11B It
BLK A

00640-006R
60 R-01t6100 S73.E:.
MYERS TIMOTHY "
RED BULL ISLA-ND UNIT, NO. 3
LOT E' ORB 133/560-62- FR NEWELL
MAP #aiB
-, eulSA -


-. ,- -.s ,. ,- '-ii roo00640-019R -
G."E23rOOOR *.. s -i 61 *R-0146900 S^dtlS
32 R-0i OD $- $41t'.06, RIGDON STEPHEN W. 8 .ATHRYN -1
CHIPOLTiCUTOFH F NW.8 IONRED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
IOLA LOT 3 PB : PG -1 ORB LOT 9 ORB 106/F79 FR RIODON
111/706 FR POWtELL
MiPA 111 i 00640-OBS6R ___


BL i

COE37-00OR
39 R-OTi4800 'B135.3E
PrTTS LOUISA iH,
CHIPOL CUTOFF Ct4DDI ION TTO
IOL4 UNIT. t LOT 17 PB S PC "21
MAP #111il
BlK 1..

QOE563-G0-'OP
40 R-O 1 B400 HX V-7. 59
PIC-.'RON JAMES H a MERIT
S 19 T 4 P. 9 38.1 -C: NW/H OF
NE/4 OR N/" OF LOT 6 PRIG 8-
PART ORB 2EE'/31-13- FR
,COWLES
MiP #lllC '

00565-07ER
i41 R-0119300 596.El
)ENT LEE ROY 8- EV'm MAE
5 19 T I R 9 BETNG LOT 6 57 X'
90 F r UNRECORDED PLAT FR COX
ORB 68/' FR CO.X
Mr-iPh 1i1C


0065-IOOP10
4'+ R-011980 15176.91
WILLGUS RE'X ,: 8.& [OROTHY M
S 5 19 T 4 R 9 BEIDN LOT 11
70,33 X aE FT AV DEP1H ,'
UNRECORDED PLAT FR -'CON ORB
0/689 FP. PENTO 8. PINCKARD
i-HP it1C: .. .' .

0,:600-00OP ,-
43 R-01-6300 S31.03
PwRi ER CHiRLIE M & FRANCES C'
RED BULL ISLClID SUBD. UNIT'
NO. i LOT '
ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
,MAP# 112B. 'BLI: F

00601-OCOR -
44 'R-01o2640 's3i .03
PARKER CHARLIE M. 8: FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 6
ORB 145/71. FR PARKER
IlAP#.i21B BLK F

00602-00OR
45 R-0126500 31.03
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCES C.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. I LOT 7
ORB-145/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 1128 BLK F

00603-OOOR
46. R-026600 31.03
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
.NO.,1 LOT 8
ORB 145l/71 FR PARKER
MAP# 112B BLK F

00604-OOOR
47 R-0126700 S31.03
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 9
ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 112B BLK F

00618-060R
48 R-0131300 S57.45
FUSELIER DONNA E.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBE. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 6
MAP, #112B BLK H
00618-070R
49 R-0131400 S57.45
FUSELIER DONNA E.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 7.
MAP #112B BLK H


6:6 R-01E 0403 6..0.
PAWR ER CHi-iRLlE I 8 FRiN.:ES 1:
RED BULL ISLAND UNIr NO. 3
LOT 6
ORB E/?711t FR Pi4RFER
nPiPti 11B .


BLi F

S0 '6+0-1 16 F
63 R-01E0700 S
BRYAN, 1inVVID GLENN
. RED BULL ISLNEND UNIT NO. 3
LOTS 2 8: 4 ORB 99/968 AGRMT.
FR FUSELIER
MP l ILB '


00640-1 I2R
64 R-01110l0 -
HLLEN LEONARD L, JR.
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT
LOT 8
MAP ll.B


BLI. N


5176.91

NO. 3., ..


00642-009R. '
65 R-01E3000 Sl382.96
KENSINGER MERLE JR. .;
COCHRAN LANDING UNREC. "
LOT 9 ORB 160/106 FR LEE
MAP# I1l-

00651-00OR
66 R-9157900 S248.64a
LETT NEIL R.. 8: TERESA
5 3i' T 4 R 9 LOT 175- X 200
FT ORB 1i0./19 FR WEWHA STATE
BANK:
MAP# 112C,

006E9-OOOR
67 R-Ot-8400 S153.93 ,
AKE CLIFFORD R 8 BRANDY R
5 31 T.4 R 9 A 120 X 17S FT
LOT ON BOZEMWN CIRCLE
ORB 145/824 FR PmRMER 8. ORB
145/8s2-26 Sc FR PARrER
MAP# 112C :

00668-00OR
68 R-0159200 317.61
TOWERS DEVELOPMENT CO. OF
5 31 T 4 R 9 7.701 AC
PARCELS ii 2; 3
ORB 161/574 FR TOWER'S
CONSTRUCTION CO. OF P.C. INC.
MAP# 112C

00668-OCOiR
69 R-019300 $525.90
HANNA PETER WI 8: CONSTANCE -
S 31 T 4 R 9 I AC
LYING IN SWC OF 5/2 OF SW/4
OF NW/4 ORB 120/94 FR BOMAN
MAP# li2C

00668-00iR
70 R-0159500 5504.27
HANNA PETER W. 8: CONSTANCE
S 31 T 4 R 9 1 AC 150 X 279
FT PARCEL ORB 127/542 FR
LONG
MAP# 112C :

00689-00OR
71. R-0162600 658.10
TAUNTON DAVID L 8: ABIGAIL
S 7 T 5 R 9 18 AC M/L NW/4 OF*
SW/4j LESS 22 AC SOLD TO-
BROiK 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 .583 AC M/L
110 X 231 FT LOT' ORB 143/53
FR FORTSON
MAP# 114 iB


.56 -J


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HANNON REALTY, Inc.
221 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, FL
HOMES-LOTS-LAND
Buyers-Sellers-We Need Listings
Save Time-Get Results
(904) 227-1450
FRANK HANNON, Broker
State Certified Residential Appraiser #0001273
SALES ASSOCIATES
Frances Chason 229-8747 Rena Chafin 229-8093
Doris Strickland 229-8988
PORT ST. JOE
Cape Plantation: 3 bedroom, 2 ba. home. Large kitchen, Florida room & patio Dbl.
car garage, all appliances, ceiling fans, drapes & blinds. Golf course across the
street & airport at back of property. Nice level lot 110 x250', $96,500.
1207 Palm Blvd. 3 bedroom, 2 ba. Spacious and lovely inside with fireplace. Partial-
ly furnished, including Self-cleaning stove, Ice maker refrigerator, washer and
dryer-$70.000
121 Hunter Circle: 3 bedroom, 1 bath masonry, central hIa & outside storage, car-
pet and deck- $52,400.00
1616'Long Ave.: 2 story duplex. recently redecorated. good rental record. Owner
saysminake an'offer. -- .
3 Br. 1 bath: witi'lhirniture, microwave, ceiling fans, stove and refrigerator, & much
more Outside storage & deck
THE BEACHES
3rd Ave., Beacon Hill: IDEAL FOR RETIRED COUPLE OR SECOND HOME.Two
bedroom, 1 ba. house. Completely furnished on 1 1/2 lots, fenced, quiet and
only three blocks to beach. Asking $45,000
HOWARD CREEK
-Mobile Home Squirrel Ave.- 10'X50' with 10'X50' addition on back. 10X20 awning
on front, 3BR 1 1/2 BA. Completely furnished, TV, dishes, linens etc. Cent. H/
A, 20X40 boatshed w/elect. lights- A steal at only $25.000
2Br. 1 Ba. 815 sq ft. with 759 sq. ft. screened porches Built on piers close to water
Lot 300' front and 130' deep. Central Hiac is Rheem heat pump
LOTS and ACREAGE
Long Ave.: 2 nice high lots, 128'X172' cleared and ready to build on $20,000
While City-Beaty subdivision 6 lots 35 40 w/septic tank 90X 180 37 acre $6.000.
Approx 6 acres on Hwy 71, four miles north of White City. Asking $4,000 per acre.
Gulf County Farm Tracts: 2 1/2 acres corner Bailey Rd. & Hwy 71. Mobile home in
need of repairs located on property $12,000 for all.
Overstreet: 13 acres near bridge and canal with many nice oaks and fronts on
paved street Excellent development area.
St. Joseph Shores: 3 acres w/231 ft of Hwy. frontage-owner will listen to offers.


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00733-07ER
73 R-0173700 S492.19
GODWIN CARROLL F
S IS T R 9 2.34 AC M/L
374.54 FT PARCEL ON SR -71;
336.62 FT DEPTH ORB 156/963 FR
STRANGE
'MAP# 1i14B

00733-I00R
74 R-0173800 HX S131.68
MOONEYHAM BOBBY 8: SHERRY
S 18 T S R 9 i AC M/L
ORB 14.3/273-74 FR CITIZENS
FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSOC.
OF PSJ
MAP#. 114B

00733-35OR
75 R-0174300 H' $486.90
HORTON HAROLD N. JR & MARY W.
5 18 T E R9 1.73 AC.M/L
ORB 97/687 FR HORTON 8: LESS
143/591 OC TO TAUNTON

Q073E-O0OR
7&: R-0175100 ". S76.85
HARRISON WYNELL 8:/OR DEWEY
5 19 T 5 R 9
TRIANG. PARCEL BETWEEN CO. RD
381 8: BURGESS CREEK RD.
ORB 154/763'FR GASKIN
MAP# 114C '

00741-004R
77 R-0176400 $299..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# i4C

00741-010R -. .
78 R-0177000 $ 229.47
SALERNO JOANNE M.
GULF COUNTY. FARM TRACT FARM #-
9 ORB 87/444 5 AC M/L
HAP #114C '

00741-OIIR
79 R-0177100 $ 31838
SPANN EARNEST JOEYEY : '
GULF CO. FARM TRACTS. #10 8:f I
10 AC M/L ORB 125/800 FR
GULF COUNTY FARMS; INC.r,
MAP #14'C

00741-021R
SO R-0177800 HX 17.Fi
ADAMS SYLVIA SMITH
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS .
WESTERLY'PORTION FARM #19
5 AC M/L ORB 121/94'4+ C FROM
HILL
MAP # 114 "'

00741-032R
81 ,R-0178900 S193.91
JOHNSON CLIFFORD M JR 8: RHONDA
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT TRACT.
#31 5, AC M/L'ORB 76/996 AA FR
GOLF CO FARMS 8:,ORB i8s/39.2 '
FR GULF'CO. FARMS INC.
MAP# iC.

00741-033R
82 .R-0179000 S190.35
ELLIOT JAMES H. SR. ET AL ..
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
#32 ORB 91/153 ASSIGNMENT FR
JOHNSON 4.9 AC M/L
MAP #14'C
00744-OOOR .
83 R-01Si100. S1,66
SALERNO JO ANN
S 19 T.,5 R 9 RE-:'D ORB Eb /943
FR MAYHANN RUNNING .4LG SR'71
TO SIMPSON LAND ORB, E6/944 8&
75E/E3 MAP# C C..

0 '7F3-O00P,- ': ":;-. ;-
8, .R-,.0 k's ;3 0. E5_3.89
HPIIDERSOrN C:HRLEES E.
5 .. T P. 9 .10 ACRES REC'L
ORB 138/3L FR POWELL. .
MAP #114 .

00754-00OOOR
8S R-0182400 $122.79.
WHITFIELD JACKIE. L'
S 20 T 5 R 9 ,33 AC
ORB 163/19 FR CNRNLEV BEING IN

MAP #114D

00771-1OiR
86 R-0184600 S116.8E
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
5 28 T E R 94
BEING LOT i OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC). SUB.. ORBE.
143/817-18 FR FAIRCLOTH,
MAP 132B '

00771-20R
87 R-01i4800 $85.4
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
5 28 T 5 R 9
.BEING LOT 2 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING, (UNREC) SUB.
MAP# 132B

00771-13ER
88 R-0i87100 '$ 12i102
PRESCOTT HERBERT E f& WANDA M
S 28 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 26 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB. ORB 144/
676-77 FR FAIRCLOTH
MAP# 132B .

00771-217R .
89 R-0189o.00 $ 76.8.
.FARICLOTH JAHES F
5 28 TER 9, '.AC M/L
BEING LOT 43 BRYANT'S LANDING
(UNREC) SUB.
MAP# 132B.

00771-225R
90- R-01894,00' S76.E
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F .OR.FEROL
5 28 T 5 R 9. .
BEING LOT 44 OF BRYANT'S'
LANDING (UNREC) SUB. ORB 161/
470 FR FAIRCLOTH, TRUSTEE
MAP# 132B
00771-247R
91 R-0189900 S76.5E
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
5 28 T S R 9 .47 AC M/L
BEING LOT 49A BRYANT'S LANDING.
(UNREC) SUB.
MP# 1328B

00771-25ER
92 R-0190100 5176.13
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
5 28 T E R 9
BEING LOT 80 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB.
MAP# 132B

00771-260R
93 R-0190200 S76.58
BRYANT'S LANDING HUNTING 8:


S 28 T E5 R 9
BRYANTS LANDING WATER PLANT,
SITE .16 AC 8: DRAIN FILL'AREA"
.42 AC ORB 15E/984-98E FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00777-000R
94 R-0190800 $479.76
ROGERS JIMMY LEE
S 29 T 5 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 #112C -BLK 1


00796-OOOR
96 R-0192300 $451.75
HILTON MARY J.'
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i PB 2
PG 38 LOT 6 & 8 ORS 116/921
FR JONES .
(FOR 'FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

o081B-OOOR
97 R-0194500 $216.70
LISENBY-GEORGE ET UX
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF-
RIVERSIDE'PARK UNIT NO 1 PB
PG 38 LOT 12 ORB 79/1014 8:
LOT 14
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL-SEE TAX ROLL)

00824-000R
98 R-0195100 5 E578,60
HAND CLARENCE E. ET UX
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i PB 2
PG 38 LOT 22.ORB. 86/430
MAP #112C
BLK 4

00827-000R
99 R-019E400 0. $726.46
POWELL LLOYD N
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF -
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i PB 2
PGv38 LOT 4 ORB 149/10 FR
POWELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00828-OOOR -
100 R-01950O $160..14
HICE RICKY L S: GENICE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i PB 2
PG 3a8 LOT E ORB 154/833 FR
POWELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'

00B39-00OF,
101 P.-0176FO' 0 $14..4
FPI.RIELL Nit E .
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i PB 2,
PG 38 LOT i ORB 157/84E.FR
WHLL' '
(FOR FURTHER .-EGAL SEE THX. ROLL

00841-uO0R '
Ip"" R-019 '.O "' SE1.6
F-kRELL MTrE
CORRECTIVE REPL rT OF
RI'EEPSIDE P-4P.r UNIT NO i PB 2
P,- 38. LOT b OF.B 157/845
WALL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE Tr. ROLL)

0084 'i-0Q ,
1034 R-0t96800 S155.7E
FWRRELL MrilrE
-P.F,. F.EPL.-,T QF RIVERSIDE PARK
PB 2 PG 38
LOT 3 ORB: 1E7/849 FR WALL
MP 11-C .

00841-OSOR
104,.' R-019o900 ... $ 1.66
F4RRELL MIKE ..
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE*
PARK UN'T NO. 1.
PB q1PG. 38 LOT 5 ORB 157/
845-.FR w.LL ,
MAP# 11.,
(0876-0 :.OR
lO0 R-0-00-0o HXR S294.51
E.liN L [ -14',' C .. ( '. ,
C, ORRETIV'E REFLI4T OF TWIN,
Lil.ES. SuBC. UNIT l P6E 2 PG 38
LOTS : -- LE'S "-, 25 FT OF,
LOT ? PF.C' iFO B 'l4t.'77' FR
IFOP FURTHEP I.EG0,L FEE TH'- ROLL)
,09E :i-, I,: :
1,)6 P-ulic-..' O ... ,$197.88.
D,-,'I_ GEOF.GE I. q CI:LiPENC: l
GULF COUNTi' F..RMIL UNI1I NC. 2 :
I1RH-T E*: i .'i ,-i:RES ORB 't'r" '
* 3/-5 ] -:
3C --
KIP "I1 I' E
0 .?E' 3- i.-F.
107 R-O0Oi.0 $,1864.81 i
MINC'.' ROBERT q LiVERNE
GULF COUNTY' Fr.RMS UN11 NO.
TRa':T Ei. '4 A'C-RES ORB 130/.319
FR.GULF CO:. FRP.hS, INC.
MP# lB .
009E 3-G_-F,
108 R-OliSe')O .' 87.22
LOWERY III ROBERT':$& AUDREY L. ,
GULFCOUNTY FARMS UNITNO. 2.
TRACT 67 8: LESS FARMS NO. 68 &
69 (4 AC M/L)- ORB. 142/7E TO
LOWREY
MAP# 11EB
00983-034R
109. R-0-lZ00 $ S158.38
BOLLEN ,'ANI4IE E. 8: J4M4IE G." .
GULF COUNT'.' F,-RM'S UNItr NO. 2
TR,4CTS 73 P 7'I1 4 iC:RES .M,'L
,ORB 136/11E FR GULF CO. FARMS
IN'C: .
MAP# 11 .

C ..9. -C'.
110 F-0-124-00 ,' $87.2
SHOGUE CLARENCE. ET UX
GULF,.COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2.
TRACT 76 2 ACRES
MAP lt iB


111 F.- Sils 5 4 ,26..E3 ,
ri,'ERS EPrE':T C. I V'4L"R TE
lULF C0. F,'RM l- '1llJ l IL. ?
1,.25 k.: ,L 5/1/4 OF FARM #84
ORB i'2 '969 FR GULF "CO. FARMS
INC,. /
MAP# 115B ,
00953-O8R .
11 -0 i13:' 0 $193.91
DuNI'iwN BrPTHII-L L
IGULF _-1111.r'' F P.RM' UNIT'NO. 3
TRACT '87 5 AC ORB :158/299 FR
GULF CO. FARMS
MAP #11(B -
<'0993-vi E'F
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 ~1158B
00953-064R
114 R-0214300 $20,5 .8
DARHARAJAM HUTTAIYA
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
TRACT 93 5.33 ACRES'ORB 145/
6S3 FR' GULF CO, FARMS',i INC.
MAP # 115B

00953-066R
i15 R-0214500 HX S492.28
DEES WALTER B. 8; JUDY
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
TRA'CT 9E 7,26 AC ORB 122/224
FR GULF CO. FARMS, INC.
MAP #11SB
009E53-068R
116 R-02'14700 $105..01
GULF COUNTY FARMS, INC.
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3


E/2 TRACT 8-4 2.5 AC M/L A OF
A ORB 102/1083 GC FROM BELL
MAP# 1'IB
00954-042R
117 R-0215500 $227,89
BATESON JERRI MYREE
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO, 4
TRACT-i17 4 AC M/L ORB 87/241
AA FR GULF CO FAKMS
MAP# 115B

009E54-044R
118 ;'R--0215600 5197.4-5
BATESON BILLY L
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 4
TRACT 118 4 AC M/L
ORB 155/993 FR GULF CO. Fi-RMSI
MAP# iiEB


119 R-021E800 HX
JONES JOHNNY L 8: ZENVALE
5 30 T E R 9 4,.13 AC M/L
# 100 ORB 141/44-.6-47 FR
COUNTY FARMS INC.,
MAP# 11 B

00954-iE84R
120 R-0217800
MOON DEBORAH
-GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT N
FARM NO. 154 2,697" AC:
ORB 135/487 FR GULF CO.
MAP# 15B .

00961-030R
121 R-0219200.,HX
VOYLES DANNY 'C'
S 32 T S R 9 .506- AC M/
112.S X 196 FT,LOT UNRE
DEED FR VOYLES
MAP# 118EB

00961-035R
122 R-0219300
VOYLES ANGELA.M
S 32 T 5 R 9
112.5 X 196 FT PARCEL NC
ORB 157/879 FR BIRGE
MAP# 118

00972-OE0OR
123 'R-022100
BYRAM BARBARA
S 33 T E R 9 2.9 AC M/L
ORB 146/336-37 FR AIA:E
MAP# 132C

00974-000R
124 R-0221200
MANUEL DEWAYNE
5 33 T' 5 R 9 i ? ACRE REC':
19/546 LOT 105 N 8: S BY
FT E 8: W
MAP #132C

. 01008-OOOR,
,125 R-0227S0.Q, .
JOHNSON W.J. 8: JUDYr
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 P
PG 25.'LOT' 8 ORB 037/109'0
DODD
MAP #132D .


01032-OOSR
126 R-0230900 i
BROCK. BRENDA B'
DOUGLAS LANDIIG UNIT 1 P
PG 25 THE NORTH 1/2 OF L
AND'ALL OF LOT.0 11 o0B 15
FR WILLIAMS. .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL '-EE T

01045-04OR ,
127 R-CZ3} '/00
CARNLEY JUDSON rT-i-nrilE
S 35 T 5 R 9-4'0 FF ON .:H
RIVER .600 FR AV DEPTH 0
104/&08 FR GATES
MAP# 143.

0104E-045R ,
128 R-023300,0
GATES JONATHAN CURTIS &'
5. 35 T R 9
40 FT ON -HIIIFiIL1 RI,ERi
AV DEPTH ORB 139',1L-43
GATES
SMAP#t 143 .

01046-002R
129 R-0234200
STOKES PATRICIA ANNE
S' 5,623 8: 34" 'T 5.R 9
1.1S8X TNT OGI' IN UN45uRV
SPORTS ORB 30,'' '
MAP'# 143D ., ,

010E6-120R
130 R-O'-39300
PITTS JR. HI-I".'E, -i.H > iT
TURKEY 'RUN ESTATES UN;E-
LOT 14 ORB 136b/387 FR PI
MAP#. 133' -

01187- 000R
131 R-0253900
TOOLE GAR' .
5 2E T 3 R 10 'BEING PHP.C:
14 ORB 142/121-21 FR TOO
MiAP. #91A

01187-007R
132 R-0254600
SNELL DONALD E', .'
S 25 T 3 R 10. REC'[E ORRB
69/1049 FR SEXtON FEIr.',
PARCEL NO 15 .,
MAP #91A '

01187-008R
133 R-02SE.4700
TOOLE GARY .. :'
S 2 T 3 FR 10 .89 AC n'L
(LYING E OF CIRCULAR
DriveW',) FR SEXTON ORB i
1.l-2.. FR TOOLE
MAP#.91A '
01191-030 "
134 R-0257000 '"
OLARK. GEORGE, THOMAS'
5 25 T 3 R 10 25 FT STRII
TO LOT 6 BLK U I[,LF:O7..,
ORB 98/791 FR i'.-,RL : E'T

0.1197-000R
135 -. P-. 7600 '
BiOYETT ,YBI L WlCt S '
S 26 T 3 R :10 ..*? AC A LI
FT WIDE BY 237 F'FTDEEP -iF
ORB 158/134 FR WICKS EST(
MAP #91 .

01216-OOOR
136 R-02E9E00'
SGAFFORD ANN ET ,AL, .
BURGESS CREEK SUBD UNIT
PB 2 PG 49 LOTS 14 8: 16
ORB 120/881 FR ,ERNEST : I
1E3/48-49 BC FR CHISEL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL.SEE Ti

01238-00R '
137 R-0261200.H HX
GATES MARCHELLE
MIDWAY PARK 5UBD' PB 1 PG
LOTS 1 8: 2 ORB 139/244-4
FR GATES
MAP# 91A -


01241-010R
138 R-0261500
SIMMONS JOHN J. '
MIDWAY PARK..SUBD. PB 1 P(
2 PARCELS ON DEAD LAKES
11E/135 FR TWADDLE LESS
PARCEL 1 ORB 127/275 TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE Ti

0i241-015isR ,
139 R-0261&600
STEVENS DANNY BOYD 8: JEA
MIDWAY PARK SUBD.
BEING A PARCEL IN4 LOT '+
(PARCEL i OF ORB 115/135


FREC'D IN ORB 127/275 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

Si1243-O00R
140 R-0262000 HX S
DUNAHOO JOHN R.
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG
LOTS 4) 5 8: 6 ORB 82/313
LESS ORB. 94/269 DISHARODO
94/73E TO SANSOM ORB 96/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

01267-OOOR
141 R-0265300
. CLARK GEORGE T,
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. 1
PG 15 LOTS S
MAP #91A


$377.C'06
:EII
FARM
GULF


0i268-000R
142 R-026EE00
SOWELL JERRY D. 8: BARBAR:
IDLEWOOD SUSD UNIT NO. ,1
PG 1i LOT i ORB 111/82 FF
.SPANN
MAP #91A


S4.78 40
A
PB 2


BLP:- 4


01277-iO0R
$112.02 143 R-0266200 .35.66&
SYFRETT RAYMOND L. 3: ANN S. "
10. 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 "1

01278-OOOR
$S20.63 144 'R-0266300 $4'31;73
HOWELL RALPH JERRY 8: JUDY
L IDLEWOOD PARK SUBD. 'UNIT 1 :I
C, W 42.4 FT OF LOT 6
21.21 FT Xi 10 FT STRIP OF
LOT 6 ORB 1.17/89 FR FLEMING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX .ROLL)

Oi 01296-OOOR
58.4'3 145 R-0268000" $196.'36
TAYLOR MARY A,
-IrDLEWOOD 'PARK SUBDIVISION.
I, 3' UNIT 1 LOTS 6 8: 8 ORB, 79/109'-
MAP #9:1A BLK 4 .

01303-OOOR
146 R-026e8700 1 ,I977.47
$S129.02 BROWN B DOUGLAS ,
'IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION'.
S UNIT 1 LOT is
ORB 140/04 FR GRAY ,
MAP# 91A BLIK 4

01333-01i0R
s51.66 147 R-0271800 B30.33
5YFRETT RAYMOND L. '..'
D ORB IDLEWOOD PARK 5UBD, UNIT tfi '
420 E 30 FT OF LOT 12
ORB 107/539 C FR BROADER
BLK 6
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE ri-,.9 ROL)

F18 6.81 0 362-OOOR :
..14.8 R-0274900 1 :. 'l
B 2 SYFRETT RAYMOND L. .. .
SFR S'36 T 3 R 10 ,'45,.. M.'L RF '[';:
ORB 73/609 (PARCIEL IVI LEOS
.,i.CEL TPRHL LUDl1,-IC1: 'ULBt, HFJF ',' -'
BLK 3 38.1i1 ORB 34,'81 R, .
BLK A (FOR FURTHER iLE..IL :.EE TwH4 RuILL

013o'?-060P
.:. 149 R-0276100 S457.07
B COOPER PHYLLIS
Sc S 36 T 3 R 10 85 AC M/ '
/iOT 10 1i X 1043 FT AV DEPTH ORB '
.3/3:. 1T8/,'17 FR HOLTZ
.' ROLL). MP# 9 .
013t9-070F.
1 0 RF.-02.76.00 S266120
S38.34 COOPER PHYLLIS :
L S 36 T 3 R 10 5 AC M/L.,
IPOLH .210 X .1040 .FT.AV DEPTH ORB
RB :119/126 FR'HOLTZ .
'" MAP# 91D ,

01373-002R '
11 R-0276900' $22.79.
S38.34 LAW JOHN A. .8 KAZUKO 01.
PAUL P S 36 T 3 R 10 22 99 AC LOT IN ,
ORIG LOT 7 ORB 115/989'FR .' ..
E48 FT PRICE
FR MAP #91D ,',, ,

01'373-;004R '.
12 R-0277.100, '.9.23
S. HNLON DrIIEL. GENE ..
S27.07 5 36 T I F. t.' ; .837 AC Lt 8
S FT ON. DEl'O Ll ES ORB ,8F,'67
M #91D. ,
01373-,_OR '
3 F.-077-'>0 S87.22
LEE BILLY G. ET HiL .: *' ; '
S 3, T 1, AC 'IN ORIG
6b4.Il LO'T O B 31 '"'I( (PARCEL 1'
FI'HE;,r. n,-P #91L. '.';. "'

TTS 37- R -0' '
1 4 F,-0O 778'0 : 8'.. ',. S 8 77'..
LLE BILLY G. IE-T AL
SS36 T. 3 R 10.1 AC' 2S5.0 FT
$167. BY 173.49 "FT P.EC'r ORB 81/400
iPRPCEL II) '
EL'NO P #91' .
LE
01396-OOOR .
155 R-0280300 .5$7.11.38"
SCHOLLIAN DONALD L 8:&, LINDA S
$227.33- RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO ..
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1 'LOT-
1 ORB 151/11 FR SLAUGHTER
S. AP# 12B,
BLK. 3

S 01436-OOOR
S. 156 R-0284100 $193.91
4.16. 18 STEPHEN M. JACBUAY, .TRUSTEE
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO.
IOLA PB .2 PG 24. UNIT NO i,-LOT
17 ORB 13. 336-38 FR :PEDEN.
i42/ MAP #128B K. 8 .


S01437-00R "
17 R-0284200 'B905.1Ei
,49.43 "STEPHEN M. JACOUAY, 'If'.IJSTIZE
S R RIVERS IL E ESTATES ADDN TO-
P ACDJ 'OLA PB 2. PG 24 UNIT NO' 1 LOT
EUB', .18 ORB 13/336-38 FR PEADEN" .
-,L. i MAP #128B ,


S 69.4 14 0-C..' '
S1".8 R-0:890 $196.64
OT 60 PERRY JAMES C (COTTON)
E,:'[i U A:. F. HANLON SUBb. NO 1 PB 1
ATE PG 42 LOT 7 8: FRACTL LOT 8
ORB l61/62'+ 1/2 INT FR DIFATTA
MAP #91D B
: BLK B ,
$256.22 .
S. i 5 501481-OOiR
NO 1 159 R-0291000 596.12
SYFRETT RAYMOND L. 8:. ANN S.
ORB CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG.
ST AL 4 LOT 4, .5 & 6 ORB 73/609 8:,
AX ROLL) ORB 116/892 FR SY'FRETT
MAP# 91D BLK' 1

$478.58 01484-080R
,160 R-0291E00 $33.89
43 SYFRETT RAYMOND L.
S BC 4- CENTRAL LANDING SUBDI PB 3 PG
4 PARCEL MARKED "NOT INCLUDED
IN THIS PLAT" LYING N OF
BLK i LOTS 9 8: 10 BLK 1 ORB 23/609
-. (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

$105.01 01487-002R
161 R-0291900 33.89
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) MAPt 91D BLK 2

S01487-003R
f,229i+7 162 R-02:92000 5131.6 :
12 ", / 5YFRETT RAYMOND L.
S'IAI ,CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 LOTS 6.i,16 .7, 18' 19 8 20;
LESS- PART OF LOTS 5 8: 16 IN
ORB 73/608 8: ORB 73/609 8: ORB
AX ROLL (FPOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01490-OOOR
26 02,93 163 R--0292400 $113.90
2:42,9 ROGERS ELMER EUGENE


+3 CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
8: 4.W'LY 100 FT OF LOT 12F
N ORB ORB 131/14 FR ROGERS
329 MAP# 9iD BLK 2
AX ROLL)
01490-003R
164 R-0292600 S158.35
S229.20 SYFRETT RAYMOND L,
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
PB 2 4 LOTS i THRU 7 ORB 73/609 8: "
ORB 123/156-57 BC FR SYFRETT
BLK 3 MAP# 91cD LK. 3


01494-002R .
165 R-0293200, 5-291.71
SYFRETT RAYMOND 8: ANN 5
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG "
4 LOT 17 ORB 73/609
ORB 116/892: FR SYFRETT
BLK 3
MAP# 910 .

0149--00R
166 .R-02933.0 ,'. 42.7S
SYFRETT R4IYMIOND. 8; ANN S
CENTRAL LANDING SURDD PB 3 PG
4 PARCEL MARKED "PARK" LYING
AT E END OF CENTRAL AVE 8:i '
ADJOINING 'LOT 17
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01517-006R
167 -R-029660 0 HX .... .2S
NUNERY CASEY 8: LA W4nN,1 ,i
S 3 T 4 R 10. 9,AC M/L .
;43 FT ON STONE CREEK ROAD,-
ORB 133/110 FR TAUNTON
MAP# 74 .;.

0C 1 -:1 7 P ,. . ;. .. ..
168 R-029710,0 '.5113.9
MESSIER EDGAR E,. bI n.PTLE
5 3 T 4 R 10 2.758 AC'BEING.-
TRACT S STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) ORB 59/644 FR
BROGDON MAP #7
AREA E.

01517-09R
Slb9 R-O-7E S ..0 7.
WHITFIELD WILLIE A .
S 3 T 4 R 10 2 AC
BEING TRACT.3 STONE CREEK'.
ACRES. UNRECORDED ORB i31/691
FR WHITFIELD .... .
AREA.,; ',.

01E17-030R
170 R-0298,E O..,. ., ," T 3.I43
BRUNT SUS- N
5,3 T 4 R'10 7.5- AC M/L r'EING
TRACT 10 STONE CPEE li,:PE8
luNRECOREL'L) ORB 6- 1 FR ,,
MERRITT LESS ".? ~-C OPB
(FOR FURTHER I.EG4l. lSEE l1oi POLL'

Oi.i7- Er
171 R- 0; ",, ''0 .i E.. ,* :
PlI.MER MA'.'LON 88 I TH'.
5 3 T 4 R 10 1.6 : r'I/L BEING
PLOT #3 STONE CREEI -,:CPE-
(UNRECORDED' UH.REC. HA- rFp
BROGL'ON
,MHP #74

OiF.17-130R
172 R-03',0300 %341.97
MARSHALL D-ALE 8 TEPP.I
5 3 T 4 R 13 1 7 ~: M, L EEING
FLOr 1" 5Ti lE *:FEEl A,-:,E
U'JNRFCOPDPLE' PL.HT .':iE 4-

(FOR FURTHCi' LEC-.L 'EI-' Ti. F.,-LLi

01E17-O .
173 R-C3' HX .7'2
STEPHENS JOEY.
S 3 T 4 R 10 3 AC.M/L.
,PARECEL REC' 'IN OF"1 i0 'i,-:
18 FR THUNTON 8 oRe .E:-, -
FR, TP4UNTON 8: :CLLL:.Y :.
MAP# 74
0i517-0R : '
S' R- 300990 < ;
H.LL L'.'LE T1 SHERRY --.
5 3 T 'I fI0 AC MN/L
-t1.7E FT Pmh :EL QN'STONE MILL.
CP.EE1. P:,. ORB 13 '71 3-1E FR
TAUNTON
MAP# 74
01E17-E1OF
17E P.-OQ" t.'.0 31,,
LINTON 41M'. 8 ELI, -4ETH
5 3 T 't P. LO '+ AC M,'I-
309.17 FT PARCEL UNPEFC AA FR
TkUNTO -
MAP# 74 -
01E17-? -1P.
Il & P.-O 0 ;1 .'-; 0 H II-'.E
F14UL WILLI.mi J. .. 1'IJCEP.Im
S 2.,8 3 T 9 F 1 C 1i t, 7 .4-: i 'L
12.4'3 1-: PHR.:I:L I E j A'I: IN
PARCEL (O. 2 8: i..'0 r I- r4
PR'ACEL. NO.. 3 ORB 14-. 918- :. '
(FOR FURTHER' LEG4L. 'SEE Tv,'. ROLL-)
0158-003R1
177 R-0'301800 169.49E
WiMES LONITE C. 8 Pi-iNSEY
S 4 T 4 R 10 .: M: N/l.
297.66 FT ON N. SIDE OF STONE
MILL CREEK RD. BEING PARCL
NO.i 1 ORB 33/165-66 FR
(FOR. FURTHER LEGAL SEE TI1k ROLL
01i18-004R
178 .R-0301900
WYMES LONNIE C. 8: PANSEY
S 4 T 'qR'l :i. : ,. C M/L ..-'
394 FT ON S. SIDE OF STONE
MILL CREEK RD. BEING PARCEL"
NO., 2 IN ORB 133/16E FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL):

01519-OOIR, ,,.
179 R-0302300 'Hx :-
CLAYTON FRED- N,. .3 r..,.iRL IE
S 3 T 4 R 10 3.E H." M.-L .
ON W SIDE OF LOT 2
UNRECORDED.AA FR BROGDON
MAP#t 7. .E4 I'
0189-lEk
180 F.-0 .'.-. 4 :*' 1.1 .7-'
TAUNTON DAVID. L.. b i,E.1Ci-L
SiGOiE illLL c'EEr E. -iTI:'i ,
(IjrNREC-O: ..El.. 1.-01 11 i 37 '.
83" FR r-lu'1Tnr.l E r AL
MAPN 74 BLK A

01519-2850R. .
181 R'-030E706' HX 'i,i .76
HELMS RICHARD K. 8:" JE-ri'IE L
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 3 8: 4 ORB 137
/957-61 & ORB 137/962-66 FR .
TAUNTON ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01E19-330R ... ,. '.
182 R-030'700 : S.60.7 "
MILLER HENRY MACK .JR.
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES .
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4
ORB 149/E14 OC FR MILLER
MAP# 74 BLK E

01E20-O01R
183 R-0307100 $441.09
COLLINS RICKY J
S 4 T 4 R 10. 40 AC M/L
NW/4 OF NE/4 .
ORB 14/1E FR COLLINS .
MAP# 74 .

01526-001R
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


EDENI
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01526-004R
18a R-0308500 $87.22
WHITFIELD MICHAEL,W 8:-JACKIE .L .
5 4 T 4 R 10 1.50 AC TRACT 4.
STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) ORB 1E5/8+4- FR
FIRST NATIONAL BANK NORTHWEST
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01528-005R'
186 R-0309400 138.23
FREEMAN LEONARD SR
S 4 T 4 R 10 2.68 AC M/L
210 X 420 FT PARCEL ORB' 149/ ? '
525 FR MYERS 8: ..66 AC M/L.
ORB 149/!:'+ FR .NEAL
MAP# 74


01...-08,R
187' 'R-0313600 $152.13
MILLIONS FRED LE-
S 10 T 4- R 10 -2 AC M/L
212,.12 FTCREEKFRONT; 413,17
FT 'AV DEPTH ORB 158/478-480
FR TAUNTON ET AL.
MAP# 74

01574-1O'OP
188 'R-0317700. 31.61
SYFRETT .CLAYTON R.
' 14 T t R 10 3.03',AC M/L E/2
OF W/2 OF NE/4' OF SIE/"+o LYING
E OF .SR 71; HAVING 670'FT M/L
ON SR 71; 10E FT AV DEPTH ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


01575-E25R ,
189 R-0320200
MC DANIEL ROGER 'G
S 14 T 4 'R 10 LOT' 5
DEAD LAKES ESTATES SUBD
ORB 100/999 FR LISTER
MAP# 93B


S78.34


. 01 79-0 iOP '
190 P-03-3200 HX 5441.82'
BENNETT ,HENRY F. '. RUBY J.
SS i-.T 4 R 10 60 X, 211.74 X
243.40 FT PARCEL BEING 75 FT
ON DEAD LAKES ORB 97/755 FR .
ALLMOND ,
MAP#93B

C 1579--O0R 5
191 P-03:3300 S620.95
BROGON MARGuERITE &
S 14 T 4 FR 10 1. 3S AC M/L
211.91 FT ON SR 7,1 .
ORB 143/656-57 FR' BROGDON
MAP# 93B

C 1E77-1'EP ':
1 p F- 43 .. 0 HX '3 .07
MORGAN THC'iS J .
'.-4NN,' BROGErOi PLi.r[i UNiRE:.
LOT 11 OP'B 1t 3,''7 .7.L? t'P 1
BROGDON 8: ORB 158/.796 S.: FR
MORGAN .
MAP# 93A


193, P-3 9 .' p $243.24 ,
VERNON *M-P.LUJ M, 'JR. ET UX
MEEVS LHt E SLIlD PB 2 PG 11
LOTS 1 8: 2
MAP #93B BLK
-: ., : ... : .. ,BL K 1

01626-.00.0R' ; 9 '
174'' R-03_97'O $222.86
OGSt IN PHILLJP RUD',' :
S 13 T 4 R 10 4 AC M/L P-RCEL
RE.C'IE ORB 129/373 FiR G.SF INN
SON WEST ARM OF DEAE ,LAKES
MAP #93A .,. ,

S'i30-OOOR "
I. 195 P-03J0300 S60i82
BRYANT JOHNN'' L.
S" 13. T' 4 R 10 .4-1 AC-/L 70
FT DEAD LAKES FRONT-GE; 253.7
FT AV DEPTH ORB 124/716 BC.FR
LISA BRAYANT
SAP 9' 3A-

01637-0 .K ,, t .
196 ."R-03304.,.0 ., S160.82
BRY 4IT -JOHNIsP.' L.
5 13 T t P 10 .4. AC M/L
70 FT DEAD LAKES FRONT i .260
6 .&56 FT AV DEPTH' ORB. ,24/716
.C FR LIS BRP.',NT
S MAPt 93, .. :, .

t.1634 0F
3 397 P-0330R800 '. ..t'.37 .35 '
BROGDON MARGUERITE '
13 T ,4 R 10
183 FT ON SR 71 ORB 39/746 FR ':
WADE. ORB' 133/470 FR SHULER
153 FT ON SR 71 8. ORB 133/470
(FOR FURTHER LEC"L SEE TAX ROLL)
0165-<1-OR 0
J98 R-3j34000 ', 29189
D: -NIELS EVA MARIE 8 DAII T.,
S 13 T 4 R .10 A 75 X 100 FT:
LOT UNRECORDED AGREEMENT FR
T.4,'LOP
MAP# .93A

01686-002R ,
S199' R-0337600 S85E.02
'. RESTER DON C. ET UX.' .
S 14 T 4 R 10 .52 AC M/L
'37,14 FT ON DEAD LAKES ORB
: 80/1040 "-. ,. '
MAP #93B -

S01686-003R
: 200 R-0337700:HX $300.95
MC DANIEL WILLIAM'8 KIM
SS 14- T.4 R 10.. .35 AC M/L LOT
2, BEING .77 FT ON DEAD LAKES
ORB 88/1031 FR STOKES 8: .ORB
139/726-27 FR STOKES.
MAP# 93B

01692-000R.
201 R-0338600 S30338.12
BROGDON ELLIS D SR ET.AL
S 14 .&.15 T 4 R 10 95.19 AC
N"' M/L BEING RACE TRACK SITE ORB
152/249-281 FR DAVIS .
(BEING, RACETRACK CqMPLEX)
MAP# 938 8: 75 '.
01706-OOOR
202 R-0340100 $193.91
BETTIES CHERRIE
S 14 T.4 R 10 REC':D, ORB
22/4553
MAP# 93B

S'01i77-002R
203 R-03'+1500 HX.. S93.62
FLOWERS LOUIE 8: PEGGY JUANITA
S 1i T 4 R 10 .51 AC M/L 150
X 1S0 FT LOT ORB 1M1/32 FR :.
PARKER 8: ORB 41+l/33 FR PARKER
MAP# 75

01725-OOOR
'204 R-0342300 HXK S84,64
; PARKER THOMAS H. & BRENDA F.
S 15 T4-.R 10 .51" Ad COM AT
NEC OF NE/'+ OF SW/4i'.S 300 FT
TO POB 5 150 FT, W 150 FT) N
150 FT; E 150 FT TO POB ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL.SEE TAX.ROLL)

01726-000R
205 R-03424,00 .5248.14
DAVIS OTIS JR.
S 15 T 4 R 10 34.16 AC M/L
'PARCEL 3 LYING BETWEEN SR 22 &
OLD SR 22 ORB 152/246-248 FR
DAVIS
MAP# 75

01729-050R
,20& R-0342900 $33.89
SIMS DANIEL 8: BETTY
'S S T 4 R 10 100 X 75 FT LOT
IN NW/4 OF SE/4 OF 5E/4 ORB
94/758 GC FR MEYERS
MAP # 75.

01733-000R f
3207 R-0343300 172.68
BYRD PORTIA
5S 15 T 4 R 10 2 AC 250 FT LOT
'IN SW/4 OF SE/4 N OF OLD
S"PANAMA ROAD REC'D.ORB 148/286
FR VICTORIA PRICE.
SMAPsr 7'+

S0173E-001R
208 R-0343700 $28.82
;'SIMS DANIEL
S 15 T 4 R 10 .12 AC A LOT 8O
E BY 100 FT REC'D ORB 94/690
:CD FROM DAWSON
MAP (#75













01759-00R
299 R-034-6100 $447.95
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 161/681
FR NATIONAL INSURANCE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01761-ODOR
210 R-0346300 HA 5927,38
MONTFORD THOMAS E 8: FRANCES
5 22 T 4 R 10 3,5 M/L
ALL OF E/2 OF W/2 OF NE/4-
LYING N OF SR 22 ORB 155/152-
153 FR HANSON
MAP# 75

01768-025:R
211 R-0347500 HX $196.84
JONES MARY LEE
S 23 T'4 R 10 .5 AC M/L BEING
LOT S OF AN UNRECORDED SURVEY
FOR LISTER ORB 124/1026 FR
LISTER
MAP# 93C

01768-040R
212 R-0347700 HX S151.42
THOMAS CYRIL R. 8: PATRICIA H.
S 23 T 4 R 10 .5 AC' M/L
Si00 TX 218 FT BEING LOT B,
UNREC. SURVEY ORB 134/527"FR
LISTER
MAP# 93C


01768-OFOR
213 R-0347900 HX
JONES-PATRICIA
S 23 T .4 R 10 .5
BEING LOT 10 OF AN
SURVEY FOR LISTER
600 FR LISTER
MAP# 93C'


AC M/L
UNRECO
ORB 1


$236.59


)RPED
130/


S0780-OOOR.
214 R-0349100 HX 5643.06
DAVIS OTIS) JR. 8: DEBORAH.R
S.22 T 4 R 10 5 2/3 AC REC'D
'ORB 96/6ii PARCEL .#3 FROM
KEMP
MAP #75

01780-002R
215 R-0349300 $153.10
DAVIS OTIS JR. ET.UX
S 22 & 23 T 4 R 10 60 AC
REC'D ORB 72/694 PARCELS 1 8:
2 8: ORB 75/590
MAP #75 8: 93C -

01785-OOR0R
216 R-034-9800 S140.57
MC NEALEY FLORENCE
S 23 T 4 R 10 LOT OF LAND S.
OF LOFTIN LOT 75 FT. BY 102
FT..ORB 82/37
MAP #93C

01..785-010R.
217" R-0350100 S i03.6&9
JONES ROBERT L, .
S 23 T 4 R 10 75 237.5 FT
OF LOT FR MCNEALY ORB 60/776
MAP# 93':

01785-030R
218 R-0350300 S107.8a
MC NEARLY FLORENCE
S 23 T 4- R .0 1,33 AC 85 YD.
SX 8E YD LOT FROM HUNTLEY. IN
ORB '49/140 LESS 50 X 100' '
LOT TO:JONES IN ORB 81/524 "
MAP# 93C

Oi791-002R
219 R-0350800 HX S33.60
ATKINS BRUCE W. 8: BARBARA J.
S 23 T R 10 5.1 AC M/L-
LOT 10 8: ADJ. PARCEL UNREC. QC
FR HOMER ATKINS &: .8233 AC
M/L FR RENDA JOY ,ILSON
MAP# 93C -... '.

0) oi79-"060oR A .C
220 R-03Ei400 HA $476.22
MC DANIEL'MARY LOIS
S 23 T 4 R 10 E AC .M/L BEING
TRACT 6 GRIFFIN FARH M
UNRECORDED PLAT'
MAP# .93aC '

01793-DOOR
21 R-0352100 S98.23
GRIFFIN DWIGHT H. 8: KAYRL
S 23 T 4- R Id 275 ACRES ALL
THAT PART OF NW/4 OF SE /4
LYING N OF SR 22 8: W 1/2 OF
SW/- OF -NE/4- LYIIG BETIEENT.W
IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01803-001R
222 R-0353000 $73.5E4
SEMMES GLENN H. 8: BROOKS F.'
C L MORGAN'S ADDN TO
WEWAHITCIHKA FLA UNIT NO ONE
PB.2 PG 33 LOT 5 ORB 120/287
FR LISTER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE-TAX ROLL)

01807-OOOR .
223 R-0353600 S327.22
BROGDON MARGUERITE 8: JAY '
C L MORGAN'S ADDN.TO .
WEWAHITCHKA FLA UNIT NO ONE -
PB 2 PG 33 LOT i ORB 101/153
FR WARNER 8: ORB 102/724 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01813-DOOR '
224 R-0354-300 HK $72.62
ROSBOROUGH GERALDINE
C L MORGAN' ADDN TO
WEWAHITCHKA FLA UNIT NO ONE
PB 2-PG 33 LOT 5 ORB 119/600
FR ADAMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01815-000R
22E R-0354OO5 5130.97
TOOLE GARY
C L MORGAN'S ADDN TO
WEWAHITCHKA FLA UNIT NO ONE
PB 2 PG 33 LOTS 7 8:8 -
ORB 142/122-23 FR TOOLE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL' SEE TAX ROLL),

01816-OOOR
226 R-03S4600 S44 5.69
JACKSON JOSEPH Lk
S 23 T 4R 10 'I
ORB 123/728 FR FISHER .8: LESS
..1 AC M/L ORB 1i'2/78 TO
JOSEPH LEE JACKSON
MAP# 93C

0i820-OO.R
227 R-0355400 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 142/850
FR MC EACHIN
MAP# 93C

01824-0OOR
228 R-03E55700 S283.69
MC KELVIN GEORGE III 8: MICHEAL
S 23 T 4 RP. 10 5 AC ORB 60/132.
FR KIRKLAND
MAP #93C:

.01826-OOSR
229 .R-0355900 $69,45
ATKINS JUDGE ET AL
5 23 T 4 R 10
LOT 1i UNREC WILLIE BASS
SURVEY ORB' 157/572-573 QC FR
CLERK OF COURT
MAP# 93C

01826-0SP,
230 R-035600 HMX 553.91
WRIGHT GEORGIA
S 23 T 4 R 10
LOT 3, UNREC WILLIE BAS
SURVEY ORB 130/659 FR BASS
MAP# 93C


01833-0OOR
231 R-0357200 5S140
FAISON PHILLIP
S 23 T 4 R 10 1.17 ACRES
REC'D ORB 7.4/30 (LIFE ESTATE)
LESS ORB 41/506 TO RUTH
FAISON
MAP# 93C

01835-0OOR
232 R-0357400 S176,
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
86/1048
MAP #93C

01860-0OR
233 R-0360200 % 134.
WYMES LONNIE C 8: PANSY
S 23 T 4 R 10 A 60 X 100 FT
LOT OFF OF DAVIS LOT ORB
142/&85-86 FR-BYRD ET AL
MAP #93C

01863-000R
234 R-0360400 S33.
WILLIAMS JESSIE LEE "
5 23 T 4 R 10 1 AC
IN NW/4 OF NW/4 REC'D ORB,
ii8/288 FR FISHER
MAP# 93C.

01883-OOOR
235 R-0362300 s199.
GREENE JACQUELINE P
S 24 T 4 R 10 '176'FT.
FRONTAGE ON SR 22 (SECOND
PARCEL) ORB 155/IS8-i59 FR
PRIDGEON .
MAP# 93D

01883-0OiR
236 R-036*2400 S5.s
GREENE JACQUELINE P.
S 24 T 4 R 10 1 ACRE M/L LOT
IN NWi/4 ORB 82/669 (THIRD
PARCEL)
MAP# 93D


.5








S."








73







89







88








57


01884-010R .
237 R-03&2900 S2,759.26
TAUNTON DAVID L. 8: ABIGAIL J.
S 24 T 4 R 10 5.536 AC M/L
BEING 593.71 FT ON .E R/W SR 71
ORB 87/875. FR SPENCER,
RICHARDSON, BOLGIANOI ORB i37/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).

01919-000R
238. R-0367100 HX S284.04
GAINOUS BETTY
S 24 T 4 R 10 .37 f3' (37 X
208.75 FT LOT ORB 89/i17 FR'
GAINOUS
MAP# 93D




5 24 T 4 R 10 2/5 ACRE AL OT
100 BY 165 FT. ORB 75/268
FROM TRIPLE LINK INC'.
MAP# 93D

01957-0OOR
240 R-0371000 71710.1
RAMER ROBERT E, JR
5 24 T 4 R 10 50 X 5IO FT LOT
AT NEC OF INTERSECTION OF.:SR
71 & COMMERCE AVE BEING OLD, .
DRUGSTORE 8: WEWA FLORIST .:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'

01974-OOOR 1 r '0:
2411 R-0373300 $453.90
BATEMAN JAMES L. 8- REB:C:,-, H.
.MACKS ADON TO WEWAHIT:CH1-K PB
1 PG 14 E,125 FT OF LOTS 3 8:
4 LYING SOUTH OF SR 22 (LESS'
SS 18.1.FT OF E 125 FT OF LOT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX .ROLL)-

01992-OOR ,-. -
Z4'2 R-0375100 $2r219.78
THORNE RANDALL E
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
PG I4 LOTS 30 8: 31 8: N.6 FT .
LOT 29 (DRIVE-IN) ORB 141/239 ,
FR BARLOW (BEING WEWU RESrAU-
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T-(iP ROLL,

01994-00R
243 '.R-0375300 .S42.57
CANNING DR. H. B. EST
,.MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKo PB',
i PG 14 BEGIN AT SWC OF LOT
32 RUN N 30 FT E 80;FT S 30
'FT U 80 FT TO BEG
MAP #94Ah .

02000-OSOR
44 R-0376000Q "- il.
CHANCE REBM D .
MAIC '5 ADDITION TO WEWA
PB 1 PG 14 .
N/2 LOTS 142'8: 43 ORB i4'6/28
FR CAPPS : ... ..
MAP# 94A ., .

02--001-OOOR
14E R-0376100 5 74.69
DANIELS DAN T.
MACKS ADDN. TO WEWHHITCHKA PB
1 PG 14 5/2. OF LOTs t42 143,
ORB 12i/239 FR CANNING
MAP# 94A

02010-00OR
246 R-0377100 HX 7. E9
HUTCHINSON COLIN J JR 8s. LiSA .
MACKS ADDN TO WEWMHITCH', "
PB 1 PG 1 4
LOTS 52, 53, 541 55S.S6.
8: 57 ORB 142/798-801 AA FR-
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL' SEE TAX ROLL),

020387-OOOR
247 R-0379900 HX $ S2221.8,
MARSHALL DALE C S- 'rRP I R.
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA'PB
1 PG 14 LOTS 149) 150,) iS
152 8: 153 ORB 147/403-404 ,
FR RISH
MAP# 94A

02089-OOCR
2'+8 R-0385000 $ 425.00
PICKRON JAMES H & MERTIA.F
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. ,SUBD PB.
1 PG 1 LOT 21 ORB 143/302 FR
WEWA STATE BANK
MAP# 93D
BLK 7

02106-OOOR
249 R-0386800 5544.47
PRIDGEON FAY F
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD
LOTS 1; 21 3, 4 8: W 22.5 FT
OF 1, 17 8: 18 PB d PG 11 .
ORB. 156/81i OC FR KENNEDY ET
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02173-026R
250 R-0396400 $245.,82
SEMMES GLEN M. 8: BROOKS F.
HOMEWOOD PB 3 PG 16
LOT 10 ORB 134/120 FR
.MCLEMORE'S TRUST


MAP# 94B


BLK


B


02178-000R
251 R-0397700 HX 5843.10
BROGDON ELLIS DOYLE ET UX
S 25 T 4 R 10 2.98 AC REC'D
ORB 74/814 FROM LISTER
PULPWOOD
MAP #94A

02217-i00R.
252 R-0402200 S387.11
WAUGH SHIRLEY L
S 25 T 4 R 10
95 X 100 FT LOT
ORB 14/695 FR WEEKS
MAP# 94A


02324-000R
7 253 R-0416300
WEEKS RUTH ANN
ALDERSONS ADDITION PB .1 I
LOTS 43; 4+,1 LESS E 70 F'
MRB 12/I5 :2 TO RUTHT ANN I
(LIFE ESTATE RESERVED) S.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T.

02339-01ioR
3 254 R-04+174 00
WHITFIELD MICIHAEL W.
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHIT,:
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOT ?
MAP# 94-A


02340-000RP
255 R-04-7E.00 HX
3 WHITFIELD SARAH J
RISH ADDITION "TO WEIWAHITC
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOTS
I .
MAPS 94A


02341-0O9OR
S 256 R-04:176S00
TAUNTON DAVID L 8:" ABIGAIL
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITi:
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 ,LOT i
ORB 141/379 FR EST- OF LL
RISH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA


:-'7 R-Ot-11600
.RAY MARTHA N.
CLECKLEY 'S ADDN UNIT NO.
LOT 12 ORB 94-/46' FR. SWA
8:. MOORE PB- 2 PG :1.7
MAP# 94A


'02371-000R
258 R-0423400
SUBER WILLIAM 6"
CLECKLEYS ADDN UNIT NO 2.
ILOTS 4) Si 6 .. PB 2 PG 37
LESS 10 X 50' TRIANG PORT
OF LOT l Oi-'B 142/93:2 TO P
'(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA:

'02377-002R
259 R-04'24000
MC GHEE DLIP.InHR
*:I.E'- LE .5 r.rl UNIT .NO 2
1T PB L PC: 3
ORB 130 :'7 FP. WOTH
MAP# -94A


02377-003R
2 :60 R-04410' .'
SP[, DH .'I.,
CI.E,:i LE',.' -DLUti4 UNIT II 2
41 ORB 82/889 PB 2 PG .37
MAP# 94-A


02385-002R .
::F. .-'> (I 0 5 S239.69
PHELPS l.:-i.- PI F-. ET OX
H'-hR',EN ,-DI[.f. (1l11 TO CIT'TY'OF
WEW-H1IT:Ht ,-i uHL I ONE 'PB 2PCPG
22 LOT 6 ORB 86/963
MAP# 94A -



262 R-.'t:59..0 580 69
SMUINA 'GLENDA F.,
HARDEN'S ADDITION TO CITY OF
WEWHHITCHi j4 UNIT ONE PS 2 PG
2;'LOT 16 ORB 108/236 FR .
ARMSTROnG4 ;
'(FOR FURTHER LEGAL' SEE TAX ROLL)

02394-OR
263 R-0426300 HX 594,.56
MUTIN4 GLENCA, F.
H-4RDENS A,,I ITfON TO CITY OF
WEUW4HITH'-IH' 4 UNIT .bNE PR' 2' PG. ....
22 2IOTS,7 ... N',1/2, OF .18 ORB
67/1095 -. :". -
(FOR .FURTHER LEGAL SEE -TAX ROLL)

0.40C9-0 (F
2i4 R-+4.'. .70,- HX 522-2.86
PEPPrN ,C-LE i DARLENE
I[, IGRIFFIN4 'JBD PB 1 F, He2A '-
LOT lb r -! .' -,- .uT 17 uRP.R ,
108.'301- HGLF.1EI-1Er4T FR GL.lr-.'5
MAP# 94A .
SBLK 3

024-1-OOR
S 26E P-4L78u ... '~ 370. ] '
TRENCH Miwr WH F 8 waIL-- R "
1,DM GRIFFIN SUED VE i-iG 42A'
LOTS 18, I9, 8 E 1, I OF LOT. '
S17 ORB iS-.'9?>-?37 FR JACKSON
8: ORB 6.3'E FR JACKSON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02 3-3-00oOF
266 R-04:9900 'L:'.i
WHITFIELD ROY B. ,
: S 25 T 4 R 10 .9 AcRES.LOT
BEING -" >FT BY 200 FT IN T-I
'. SEC' OF SWii4 OF NEiv4 REC; D
ORB 28/7-35 &8 ORB 33/12
MAP# 94A

0,4E 2-0-00 8
..L67 R-O-.3LO .55 8881 8
STEVENS. JOHN IV
S' 2 T 4 R1i:0 LOrT 6a OF
CLEC,-LE'S ADDITIONN III
(UNP.ECOPDE[.I ORB .,56/601 AA'
FR PITTS ;
MAP#.94B


92458-OOOR
268 8 R-0435000
REFOUR-JERRY
S 26 T 4- R 10 6
S8:W X 140 YDS' N
9/187T
MAP #94B


S383.19


..'C 2V1 YlE E .
8: S REC'D .DBK


02461-00R
269 R-04354:00 HX 538,94
HAND EARNEST 8 .LINDA SUE '
S 26 T 4 R'10 75 X. 100 FT LOT
FR' FHA 9.FC :-L ORB 83/56
MAP #948


.02474-OOOR
270 R-0442800 514-',12
JONES WILLIAM 8: ANNIE WILL
WILLIAMSBURG PB i PG 3 LOTS
i, 2) 3, 4,' .5. 6, 29? 30, 31,
32, 33 : S 34 DBK 17/549
MAP #948B
BLK A

02480-0OOR
271 R-0443400 $51.66
FLOWERS .ANNIE T 8:
WILLIAMSBURG.PB 1 PG 3 LOTS
16 8: 19 ORB 14-9/+473 FR
CHESTNUT
MAP# 94B
BILK A

02483-00OOR
272 R-041+3700 533.89
BUTLER ODESSA EST.
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOT 1
MAP #94B
BLK B

02484-000R.
273 R-0443800 569,4-E
FOSTER MARGARET ELIZABETHI
AWILLIAMSBURG PB i.PG 3 LOTS
21, 3 8:4 ORB 79/.04
MAP #94B
BLK B


02486-0508
274 R-044-4100 HX
KEITH MELODY.'
WILLIAMSBURG PB i PG 3 LOTS
261 27, 2.8 ORB 1D27/ 63 F-p.
MYERS
MAP# 9'4P .Hi I-


02492-0OOR
275 R-04-'44700 $65,.1
ADDISON BRENDA
WILLIAMSBURG PB :1 PG 3 LOT I'l-
ORB 107/14.: FR ADDI'SON
MAP #94+B BLI-:: 8B


AX K-OLL) 02496-OOOR
276 R-04451OO 33.89
GRAY CHARLES EDWARD
$622.0'+ WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOT .19
ORB 87/880
:HKA MAP W94B BL.: B
02497-OOORP..
BLIK. 277 R--04'+52E:0 -I S516.66
G.JONES RANDOLPH 8: BRENDA
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOTS
$77.1. 20, 21, ORB 1'+5/438 FR
M I NCY
:I.::A MAP# 9 -' BLK B
.0 8 .2497-0OIR
278 R-00445300 HX. 5291.01
PBLK i ADDISON EMERISON & JOHNNIE K.
WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
PB 1 'PG 3
S567 .7 LOTS 22 8: 23
SORB 140/40 FR WILLIAMS
MAP# 94B


02498-OOR
'CY P 279. R-0445500E
FOSTER MARGARET
iX'ROLL) WILLIAMSBURG PB
MAP #948B

S251.i0 2500-000R
280 R-044-+5700
i FOSTER MARGARET
TTS WILLIAMSBURG PB'
31, 32 8: 33 ,
MAP. 948


5 S33.89
ELIZABETH ,
.1. PG 3 LOT 29
BLK B .


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. FL *
o02616-OOR -
300 R-04+9800 S69.45
BRAMLETT CLAUDE H. 8: SHEILA D,
5 36 T 4 R 10 LOTS 321 33 8:
34 IN LESTERS SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDED) ORB 134'/340 FR
CONNELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02619-000R
301 R-046010-0 $371.71
MEREDITH RUBY NEL..L 8: TERESA
5 36 T 4 R 10 LOTS 11 17o
BLK 3 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDED) REC'D ORB 83/199
FROM O'BRYAN
MAP# 940D

02619-001R .
302: R-0460200} 158.4"9
BRAMLETT CLAUDE H.1-1 8: SHEILA D.
5 3& T '4 R 10 LOTS 29, 30 8:
31 BLK 4 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDED) BEING 90 X 180
FT M/L REC'D ORB 134/340 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02629-061.R
303 R-0'+63200 HX 137.20
WEBB CORY M. 8: LESIA K.
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD,
UNRECORDED LOT 10 .s AC- M-/L
ORB 112/287 FR'BROGDON
MAP# 94'D


026E0-000R
304 R-04-66000
ABETH 9,5 SMITH KENNETH NM
ELIZABETH S 36 T '4 R 10. 4.2 AC REC-'
i P.G 3 LOTS ORB 1E7/590-E92-FR PAYNE
MAP# 94(0


02S01--OOOR
281 R--044+5800 s33.
WILLIAMS ROOSEVEI...T
WILLIAMSBURG PB : PG 3 LOT 34'
MAP #948- B LK B


02506-OOOR8
282 R-04-93.+6 '>0
BRITT DAVIDE.,L'.
WILLIAMSBURG PB
.8.: 2
MAP #94-B.


i PG 3 LOTS- .


02508-OOOR
283 R-04'+6500
FLOWERS ANNIE T 8:
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
. &6 8: 7 ORB 149/4'73- FR
CHESTNUT
MAP# 948,


025Eli-'OOR
LOT 2. .84 R-0446800
BOWERS WALTER F,
.WILLIAMSBURG PB
LI-: 9 8: 10 ORB 89/,843


MIIHr y94


H'. 1 -' OP
285 R-04472006
FISHER RIVERS
WILLIAMSBURG
.LOTS 1. 8: 13
MAP# PW


526.1
,O:T5 .


0265i-OOORR
305 R-0466Oi00
89 KING ELMON 0. 8: VONIE
S 36 T 4 R 10
LOT 4 LESTERS SUB. ORB 9
841 LESS ORB .138/669 TO Sli
MAP# 9'D

6" :026EE-00OR .
306 R-04-66660 HX < S
WINCHELL.MORRIS E. B:-MYRA
S 36 T 4 R 10 3.41 AC M/L
LOT ON N LINE OF LESTER SL
LESS .4 AC IN ORB 89/912 T
EARNEST ORB 124/1094 FR
.0 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX


L2 602664-OOOR
307 R-04-7700. 5360.29
STRIPLIN MONA L.,
BL- D S'1 T 8R 10 1 AC M/L 104 X
32 FT LOT LYIN ON W SIDE OF
SR 71 ORB 57/319 FR HAYES
SE1. 66 LESS i AC ORB 116/886 TO ROY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


i PG 3 LOTS 9


FR BASS


.28 R-0447800
JONES BERTHA LEE
.WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LO
ORB 94/181 FR WILLIE JONE
MAP# 948 BL-

02523-00OR
287 P -- :' i ,'
BRITT RUJTH I.
WlLLIHM'BL'UGI PB 1 PG 3 LO
'ORB 138/732 FR ADDISON
MAP# 94B


02E35--OOOR
288 R--04'+9100
GIPSON WILLIE.. MAE
WILLIAMSBURG PB '1
41 5 8: 6 .
MAP #94B


PG


02E400-DOOR
29 R-4-.449600
RILEY NARVIE.LEE,
PIN 'RIDGE ADDITION P0
LOTS S 8: 6 ORB i3.5/82
ASSOCIATES FINANCE IN'
MAP# 948B

S4'-?4. -': .P
-- *'j < ".,q 'l .'9 .
FRP :iER JIriM. L 8:
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PE
LOT 2' DBK 1/846
MAP #94B

02547-OOOR
291 R-04E0300'
-HILL CHARLIE 8: ORA MAE
PINE RIDGE ADDITION P8
LOT 6 ORB 89/266 FR HI
MAP #9'+

02E:54-O00R
292. R-O-'+Ei000 HX
ONEY ROBERT E,
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PS
LOT 11 ORB 124/590 FR
MAP# 94B

02569-0OOR
293 R-04SE2200
KING ELMON 8: VONIE
LESTER SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 20 8:
LOT 24 ORB 74/4-6 FROM
STRICKLAND
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


025.71-010oR
294 R-0452600
HAVENER HENRY J. 8: EVA
LESTERS SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDED) LOT I8 OR
126/947 FR HOLLEY
MAP# 94D

'025 84--001R
295 R-04'E54300(
HALEY JAMES M 8: MARIAM
S 36 T 4 R 10 LOT 90 X
ORB 91/1013 FR GARDNER
PARCEL 41 IN SURVEY IN
148/46 FR DIOCESE OF PE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


0284-010R
296 R-0+54500
TOM REED ENTERPRISES II
S 36 T 4 R 10 76.84- FT
SHIPPED RD; 174 FT AV I
(PARCEL #3) SURVEY FOR
ORB 156/388-389 FR SMI!
MAP# 94D

02584-01SR
297 R--045o'600 .
TOM REED ENTERPRISES I1
S 36 T 4 R 10 76.8+ F'T
SHIPPEY RD0 177.+6 AV I
(PARCEL #4) SURVEY FOR
ORB 156/388-389 FR SMIT
MAP 94D0

02602-021R
298" R-0457800
BOEVE GLEN A 8: EMILY
THOMAS SUBDIVISION PB
LOT i ORB 140/569 FR BI
MAP# 9'+D
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02607-0OR
299 R--O'+S8900
HOOVER CAROLYN J
S 36 T 4' R 10
BEING PART OF LOTS 4-2 8
BLK 2 LESTERS SUBDIVISI
(UNREC) ORB +49/971-972:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


-02664-DOEOR .
BLK E 308 R-0+67800 5281.0. 4
STRIPLIN ROY B. JR.
: ""' S T F R 0 1 AC I'I/L lOr' X
S .S & 6 432 ON SR 71 PARCEL RE:I'D ORB
1. &6/686& FR STRIPLIN .
MAP# 95A'

E 02684-007R
309 R-04 7180 '59,9.23
L 'NG ,l:HARD K
S156,.38 .J,'WOD[, ESTATES P8 3 PG 18
SLOT 7 UNREC AA FR MC LEMORE'S.
IT TRUST .
S ,. MAP #95B


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1-P L F


310 .. R'-04-810.00 -
'r3LI.ELS 'JAMES H. 8: CONNIi
S 1.5 T T 7R 11
150 X O rrFT P.-,R:CIL ORB
949 FR .KNOWLES
MAP# 95D


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02722-i7cR
S ..-.. :. 311 R-04182800
LINTON PATRICIA A
""" ._"; '::" S 12 T q R 10 7.93'AC M;
LOTS LOTS 1.4, 15 16; 17, 18
GLENN ESTATES ORB 161/SC
BLK G FR LINTON
MAP# 950D
S55814.4+ 02729-DOOR .
312 R-04o84O10 HX
B 2 PG8. NOBLES WILLIE F. 8: DOROTH
I FR "S 13 T S R 10 5.AC S/2 OF
C' OF E/2 OF.SE/4 OF SE/4 ORE
BLK 1 104/1003 FR. GATES
MAP #96
5SE:7 0 2732-010R
313 R-0'85300 .
B 2 PG 8 HYSMITH JAKE G,
S13 TS RIO 12.49 AC M/L
BLK 2 164,F.555 X .659.90 FT.PARCEL
UNRECORDED .AGREEMENT FR,
GASKIN 8: (2) 5 AC PARCELS
E S226&80 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA:

B 2 PG 8 : 2791--DOOR
ILL., :"- 314 R-04o97400
BLK 3- BURKE STEVEN N 8: PAMELA Z
S 11 T 7 R 10 4.5 AC M/I
210 FT ON SR 71 X 1000' FT
5118.90 DEPTH ORB. 19/345.-346 FR
HEACOCK.
8 2 PG 8 MAP# 101C
MINCY
-BL-[.: 02799-001R
315 R'-0498600 HX
HUMPHREY THOMAS A JR 8: ROB
SE37 43 S 10 T 7 R 10 .501 AC M/L
X 139 FT LOT ORB 161/857 I
BISHOP
W1/2 OF MAP #83
02805-S00OR
'TAX ROLL) 36 R-04+99900
MADDOX JOHN
S 10 T 7 R 10 .5 AC M/L
53389 1.100 X 218 FT TRIANG, LOT
E, 53 9 *ORB 149/418 FR MADDOX ,
MAP# 83

'02846-OOOR ,
BLI:K 3 317 R-0504200
STUCKEY RUTH MURPH
5 11 T 7. R 10 .172-AC M/L
S29I?.77 REC'D DBK 26/210 A 75 X IC
F FT LOT
4' FT MAP 1#i01C
BEING
ORB 02871--0OOR
ENSACOLA 318 R-0507600 s
TAX ROLL), SATTERFIELD BRET ALAN
BEAT SUBDIVISION PB 1 PG
LOTS 41 8: +2 ORB 160/872
585 .0:2 FR HANNA
NC MAP# 101C B
-ON
DEPTH 02888-OOOR
SMITH 319 R-0509000 S
TH TAYLOR VINCE E. 8: PATRICIA
BEAT SUBDIVISION PB 1 PG
LOTS 29 THRU 34 ORB 98/262
KIRKLAND
SE,?02 MAP# 101C B
NC
ON 02891-OOOR
DEPTH 320 R-0509300I
SMITH DICKENS RAY
TH BEAT SUBDIVISION PB 1 PG
LOTS .7 THRU 15 8: 37 8: 38
MAP #101C BL

5238.4-2 02914-00OR
3:1 R-OE11300 S:
3 PG 15 PATE JAMES M. 8: WANDA 5.
SHOP STEBEL.'S HEIGHTS SUBD PB 11
53 LOTS 9 8: 10 ORB 91/313
ILK B DAVIS
MAP #101C BLL

i5, 31 1.,3 02936-COOR
32:2 R-0513300 113
MC CRANIE RONNIE L 8: POLLY
k I3 S5 11 T 7 R 10
ON 95 X J12 FT LOT ORB 16:L/'.-2"
FR HUBBARD 8: LINTON
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54'2.78.


5333.81

D


03083-OSSR
326 R-0538700 S137.01
FRANKLIN WILLIAM G.
:S 30 T 8 R 10 .5 AC M/L
BEING LOT 2 OF PONDEROSA PINES
UNREC. SUB, ORB 136/429 FR
PORT CITY ASSOC.
'MAP# 70

rI j'397-0O OF, .
327 RE0542100 HX S85.05
WATERS ADA L. :
JONESVILLE SUBD PB 1 PG 57 N
181 FT OF LOTUS 2 ORB 7/85S
MAP 469C


103098-OSOR
S 328 R-E054406 HX $S49,930
S33.89 NORRIS JAMES G
JONESVILLE SUBD PB I PG 57 ..
LOT 18 ORB 145/482 FR NORRIS
/1. MAP# 69C


031O1-OO5R
32-9 R-0542900 S86.35
BOWERS TAMMY
JONESVILLE SDUBD
150 X 230 FT REC'D IN ORB
152/744 FR PELT
MAP# 69C -

03101-E050R
S330 R-054-3300 S492.63
MC MULLON ARCHIE W. 8: VICKIF-
JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION LOT 39 '
8: 40 ORB 111/12 FR TULL

03126-OOOR '
3'31 R-O5-'+F900 S257.93
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG 49
ALL OF .BLOCK A,, EXC LOTS 3 8:
H4 ORB 88/946 FR MONEY BAYOU
BEACH CORP 8: OFFICIAL RECORD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


C-31 198-O00F
33 R -0-I160')0 1iX
C-oNT CHES ,'iR JR. 8:
money BY,'OU SUBD PB
LOT 3-ORB 26/510 8:
49/845
MAP# 72C:


MAXINE. K.
B 1 PG 4-9
LOT 4 ORB


S47.72"


BLK A,


'3l-?-0o'..:,oP
333 R-OS't61i.S -
JOSEPH ROBERT
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB i PG 49
LOT 2
MAP #72C' BLKI


03130-00DR
334 R-05496200


76.55


SD


5425,0:6 -


121/ BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY' B4'YOU SUBD PB 1 PG -+9
LOTS 1. .E, 9; 1 18, 20 8: 21
ORB 88/946 FR MONEY BAYOU
BEACH CORP 8: OFFICIAL RECORD
S288,17. (FOR FUR'THP., LEGAL .EE "T4H POLL)'
n-a.-. ".n~


335 R-05464000 S2:
HESTER DIAMOND
MONEY BAYOU SUBer PB 1 PG 49
LOT 4-
MAP #72C:

03133-O00R
336 R-054-6500 S:
GREENE ARNETT C.
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG '9
LOT 6 ORB 111/424 BCI FR
GREENE
MAP. #72C-


38,37


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S34?4 .BLK D
5349.24
03142-0OOR
,337 R-054-7400 485,5S -
IL BROWN WILLIE L.' ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG '49,,
LOTS., 2, 3i 10; 20 8: 21 ORB
X ROLL) 88/946 FR MONEY BAYOU BEACH-
CORP ORB 94/93"2 FR BARBER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
E551.76
03148-000R
L 338, R-r0548000' 5375.06 4
WYNN JULIUS
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG 49
LOTS i2 8:13
MAP #72'C
BLK E

51.47.59 0315i-OOOR
BIN 339. R-0548500 S309.49,,
160 BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
FR MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT NO. 2
ALL BLK 1i LESS LOTS 1) 2)-4
8: 5 ORB 88/946 FR HONEY BAYOU
BEACH CORP OFFICIAL RECORD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE'TAX ROLL)
560.56
03157-OoOR
340 R-054-8800 5771.80
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD.UNIT NO. 2
ALL OF BLOCK ORB' 88/946&' FR
MONEY BAYOU BEACH CORP ORB
94/932;FR GARBER PB 2 PG 28
S34.4.E (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


03169-030R
341 R-0550300
DUVAL JEFFERY PARKS
S 14 T 9 R 10
LOT 3 OF AN UNRECORDED
PLAT BY NANCE
MAP# 108


S106.80


23 03171-04O0R
342 R-0552300 S448.19
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT 8:
LK B 5 15 T 9 R 10 8.1 AC M/L
775.33 FT ON SR 30; 500 FT
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "A" IN ORB '
S184.08 i00/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
A A- (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
23
2 FR 03171-050R
343 R-0552400 S120.27
(LK D BUCHANAN J. VINCENT 8:
S 15 T 9 R 10 1.674 AC M/L
142.28 FT ON SR 30; 500 FT
S74.78 DEPTH BEING PARCEL "B" IN ORB
100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
23 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

LK E 03171-060R
344 R-0552600 5195.32
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT
350.99 S 15 T 9 R 10 2.88 AC M/L
100 FT LAGOON FRONT.' %3',5
PG AV DEPTH BEING PARCEI:L "E"
FR IN ORB 160/912 GC FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL i'EE TAX ROLL)
03171-14-ER
345 R-O.53800 S 131.68
332.60 DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 9 ORB
9 FR 135/705-720 FR WILSON FIN,
CORP.
MAP# 908


PAmc/ 9


02963-DOOR
323 R-0551900 $46.34"-
DOUDS GLEN ET AL
WIMICO SUBDIVISION PB i PG 31
LOTS 7 8: 8. AND W/2 OF ALLEY
ADJOINING SAME ORB 118/431
FR DOUDS LESS .1681 AC M/L
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03062-0OOR"
324 R-E05324-00 HX S36J..75
EVENSEN BRUCE D.
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 2 PB '2 PC
*4 LOTS 13 8: 14
MAP #69B BLK 3

03083-Oi2R
325 R-0538300 .S242.83
JOHN F-'CULLEN CONSTRUCTION INC
S 30 T 8 R 1 0 1.016 AC M/L
169 X 231,98 FT PARCEL BEING
"C-3" 8: "'" ORB 156/771 FR
T.J. CONSTRUCTION OF PSJ INC
MAP# 70


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0317-1EOR
346 R-0553900 S131.68
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN S.
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 10
ORB 135/705-720 FR WIL30ON
FIN. CORP,'
MAP# 90B

03171-1iFSR
347 R-0554000 5131.68
.DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN '&
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 11
ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP# .90B

03171-1&6OR
348 R-064100 $131.68
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN "&
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES (UNRECORDED) LOT 12
ORB 13E/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90B

03171-i6sR
349 R-0554200 S131.68
D IERKHEIDE MELVIN 8:
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES (UNRECORDED) LOT 13 .
ORB 13E/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90S

03171-320R
350 R-0557100 i131.68
LEWIS CLAUDIA B.
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES (UNRECORDED) LOT 43
CONTAINING 1.3 AC M/L ORB
I11/64-65 FR WOODMERE .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03171-45OR
351 R-0558400 $737.17
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
S iS T 9 R 10 '20.276 AC M/L
1743.66 FTON SR 30;5 00 FT
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "2' ORB
135/701-4 FR WILSON FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90A

03171-E52R
352 R-05-O9000 S282.82
PAN GULF CORP.
S iS T 9 R 10
250 FT LAGOON FRONT
ORB iS2/988-989 FR GIBSON
MAP# 90A

03i72-060R
353 R-0560100 $229.92
BUCHANAN J, VINCENT 8:
'S 16 T 9 R 10 3.1+36 AC M/L
300 FT ON.SR 30; 504.32 FT AV
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "D" IN ORB
100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)7

03178-000R '
354 R-OSE6000. 7,782.i8
-BROWN WILLIE L. ET'AL
S 19 T 9 R 410 33.6 AC 1456 FT
GULF FRONT;J 00 FT DEPTH M/L,
LESS MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
49 8: LESS MONEY BAYOU SUBD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX -ROLL.)
03180-40SR
335 R-O068300 S82. 82
COLLINS LAMAR C
TREASURE SHORES 1ST 4*,.IT ION
(UNRECORDED) LOT i BEING
100.8 FT FRONTAGE ON CO. RD,
30 240,98 FT AVERAGE DEPTH,
ORB 111/646 FR JOSEY

.0380-415-R
356 R-E&8600 28282
SWEN E4E',' 1MELVIrl E.
TREkSURE SHORES 1ST 4ID IT IO:'N
(UNREC'ORDE[L) LOT 3 BEIG
10'0., FT FOiTCO F : :. R'D.
30; 276.72 FT AVERAGE DEPTH
ORB 107/37 FR. JOSE,' ..

357 R- .05 -..0 ,
SWEENEY MELVIII
TREASURE SHORES. 1ST ADDITION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4 BEING
100,8 FT. FRONTAGE ObN CO,. RD.
30; 289.1 FT AVERAGE DEPTH
ORB. 11 /643 FR JOSEY.
'03180-430R
3.8 R-058800 i "
JOSEY L.B. JR, .
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 6 BEING.
100.8 FT ON CO. RD. 30;
313,79 FT AVERAGE"DEPTH ORB
10/1093 FR JOSEY

'03180-51E5R
359 R-05704100 9W-.9 3
PILCHER WILLIAM T.
TREASURE SHORES FIRST
ADDITION ,JNrECCI, EL.) LOT 23
BEING 101,.7 FT FROiIT ON CO .
RD 30 354-.80 AV DEPTH ORB
117/236-37 FR L.B. JOSEY -
0318-000R
360 R-0O70900 S238..7
GLENN 8: VI: EP5
S 20 T 9 R 1:, OF IG GOVT LOT 3
8: LOT 6; LYING S OF SR 3D0 "
LESS SOLD 8: PORTION OF ORIG
GOVT LOT 2 8:. LOT 7; LESS SOLD'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0318-004R
361 R-0571'200 $994.06
NYHAN THOMAS C.
5 20 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 1077' FT DEPTH M/L ORB
91/6 + FR MC CLUNG .
MAP# 72D .
*0318S-00&R
362 R-0E7100 $99+.0&
SABO JERALD S.
S 20 T 9 R 11i'0j' F r GULF
FRONT; 10 -T .L'PTTi M/L ORB
107/381-2 FR MARTIN
MAP# 720

0318E-009R
363 R-0571700 S994,06
PRESTWOOD NELSON M
S 20 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT; .1093 FT DEPTH M/L ORB'
1E3/60& FR ANDERSON'
MAP#S 72D

0318E-010R
364 R-O-.71800 $994+.0
NYHAN NADINE J.
S .0 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT: 1090 FT AV. DEPTH ORE
87/343
MAP# 72DL

0318E-OEOR
368 R-O-73600 $122.79
GLENN 8: VICKERS
S 20.T 9 R 10 100 FT LOT ON
LAGOON; BEING MARSH LAND) N
OF SR 30 B 8: ORB 97/497 GC FR
VICKERS


MAP# 720

03186-OOOR
366 R-0573700 5)613.48
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN G. ET AL
5S 20 T 9 R 10
639.34 FT PARCEL ORB 117/1057
FR WILSON FINANCIAL. CORP.
LESS 8 LOTS IN UNREC SUBD .
MAP# 72DL

03191--000R
367 R-0578600 $1,883.11:
GLENN 8:' VICKERS
S 22 T 9 R 10 ORB 97/497 GC
FR VICKERS LESS ORB 98/292 TcO
LEWIS 8: LESS ORB 98/29E TO
LEWIS *
NAP#t 9017


03274-090R
381 P-O:' l."'O,
STANLEY.-DANIEL G'
5 12'T, 4 R 11 3. 08 AC
X 829 'FT ON E SIDE OF
ORB ,35/43 FR BROWN
MAP #38LD


S191

M/L 188
KEMP RDL


03324-101R
382 R-0618500 $147
STEELE AL 8: CYNTHIA
S .4 T R 11 3.03 AC: M/L
PARCEL REC'D IN ORB 138/86-87
FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP# 4 2

03326- 1OR
383 R-0619800 S89
TAUNTON DAVID ET AL
S i13T E R 11 SUNSHINE A!RES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 10. .96 AC
M/L
MAP' #42


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03326-1SER .
384, .R-061990o0 89.38
S EVENS EUGENE P 8: BARBARA J
S 13 'T R it SUNSHINE ACRES
SJr4 .:iLI:A EO.I, LOT'11 .96 ,AC
M'L OPB 1438. '. FR TAUNTON
ET AL .
MAP t 42 '
. .33: )-L.:OR.
385, R-0622400 5129.4.5
HARLAND LENA
5 13 T ~5 R'1 1.347 AC MI/L.
210 X 279.45 FT BEING PARCEL'
NO, 1 IN UNREC SUB ORB 14+4/
E30-32 AA.FR CARR ET AL.
MAP# 42

03330-146OR'
386 R-0622600 5133.33
PEIFFER BRIAN R
S 13 T E R 11 2.025 AC M/L
210 X 420 BEING -LOT 5 OF AN
UNREC SUBD ORB 142/312 FR
CARR ET AL
MAP# 42


03331-D001R
387 R-0622900 $0.8
KNOX PAMELA
S 13 T S 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-O.OR
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 RE,
-REC'D ORB 11S/930 8: 931 FR
RAFFIELD LESS ORB 11i/1036 TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03337-OSOR
389 R-0624400 $235.93
DAVIS MITCHEL GARY
S 13 T 5 R 11 3.AC M/L
CREEKFRONT PARCEL REC 'D IN
ORB 15E/627 FR BARBEE
MAP# 42 ,

033+0-030R
390 R-0629300' 5129.45
HOLLAND ROBERT L,
CREEKVIEW ESTATES, UJINREC.
LOT 6 ORB ,129/12-1'i FR i:ARR,.
ET AL
MAPN 42 ELK M


C3340-07ER
391 R.-06295O0 516+.23
HALL JAMES C & PATRICIA E
S 23 T R 11i
ORB 159/802 FR CARR ET AL
MAP# 42


-------


03191-001R
368 R-0578700 5994 ,06
MORGAN WILLIAM T. ET UX
S 22 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 908 FT AV. DEPTH FR
GLENN ORB 84/368
MAP# 90D

03191-002R
369 R-05E78800 S2)2076i
LITTLE VICTORIA D,
S 22 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT 891 FT DEPTH M/L ORB
129/822 FR JOSEY
MAP# 900

0319:1-003R
370 R-0578900 599..06
THOMAS.JOE W. ET AL
S 22 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 867 FT DEPTH .M/L ORB
89/90 FR JOSEY. 8: ORB 98/748
1/2% TO THOMAS
MAP# 90D

03191-007R
371 R-0579300 S1,238,.5
LAMONTE CHARLES VA
5.22 T 9 R 10 12_ FT GULF
FRONT; 695 FT DEPTH M/L ORB
87/2 FR GLENN
MAP# '900

03191-020R
372 R-0580600 994,.06
BURKERT KENNETH 8: PATRICIA
S 22 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF ,
FRONT; 470 FT AV DEPTH MYL
ORB 153/171-172 FR KALBAUGH
MAP# 90D

03i92-004R
373 R-0582900 5394.91
BOOTH ROBERT H, 8 SHARON
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PS 1 PG 48 LOT 4
ORB 19/965 FR CREAMER
MAP# 900
BI...K 0

03193-004R
374 R-058300 S336,i6,
MC KNIGHT WILLIS 5.
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP -NO, 1
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 20 ORB 7E/335
& ORB 440/247 C FR MC KNIGHT
M4#P' 90D
SBLK '0

03201-000R
37.5 R-0585900 s10 84
GALLOWAY CHARLES H,8: BRENDA
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB ifPG 48 LOT 16 ORB 114/880
FR GALLOWAY'
MAP #90D B. LK 0

03.0I+-020R
376 : R-0588000 S167.24
GOWER JANIS L A/K/A(MITCHELL)
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB .1 PG.tta LOT'11 ORB' 7,'07
FR, MITCHELL
MAP #90D BLK B

03208"-010R-
377 R-05E.89100 S.372.952
THOMAS DEWEY GLENN ET UX
11DI Nr4 PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB ,PG 48 LOT 24 ORB 86/264
MAP #90D BLK 6

0321E-OOOR
378 R-0591200 HX 190i.5
EDWARDS JERRY S.
.INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO', 1
PB iPG 48 LOT 19
MAP #90D ". BLK S

,.*'- 16 -'0., : 5P 'l
79 F '; .-.- 336.16
ELW4HRE[. .JEFR,' S. '
IrEI-.r.I PASS BEACH GROUP 'NO."i .
SF8 i PC 48 LOT 2.
MAP *'900,

: F-. F
380; R -* .' 1 .: 0 $8 +7
HICKS CUBJI ET UX
S 12,T 't F, 1] t.1 6 6 ,: M/L
Pi.RCEL REI:'D ORb =68 BO- FR
Hr:t 'S LEOS ORB 134/+8H- TO
WALDROP
MAP# 38D0


03439-000A
408 R-0659600 5327.29
ARMS RONALD L' ,
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBD L
(UNRECORDED) LOTS. 29 37 ORB
93/67 LIFE ESTATE DEED TO ,
"ARMS "i '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T;.., ROLL)


0340-OOOR' .
409 R--069700 S87,22!
HAMMON GWENDOLYN
WETAPPO RIDGE, SUBD
(UNRECORDED) LOT'4 +6 8: 54 ORB'
88/591 BC FR 'WHITFIELD ,
MAP #27C BLK 1

0344-010R R
410 R-066400 HX S417.19.
BARFIELD RICHARD D .8: DONNA M
S 35 T 5 R,11 N/2 OF SW/4 OF
NE/4 OF NW/4, LYING W OF .SR
386 ORB 147/419 FR RAY
MAP# 43

03460-040R
411 R-0665600 5176.13
TALLEY. FOSTER'T. JR.
S 35 T 5 R i1 CREEKWOOD (AN
UNRECORDED SUBD) LOT 8;. 300
FT WETAPPO CREEK FRONT 16S FT
AV DEPTH ORB 140/338-36 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03460-070R,
412 R-0666100 S247.26
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. INC.
5 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD (AN
UNREC. SUBD) LOT 14 8: LOT 1E5
ORB 127/434-36 FR MEXICO BEACH
CORP .
MAP# 4-3


03460-30SR
403 R'-0668500
MEXICO BEACH CORP
CREEKWOOD UNIT NO. 3
LOT E
ORB 133/1066 FR MEXICO BEA:
CORP,

03460-310R
414 R-0668600 .
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. INC..
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3; UNRECORE
LOT 6
MAP# 43


03460-315R
415 R--0668700 $24.99
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. INC.
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3,, UNRECORDED
LOT 7
MAPr '+3


0334-6-OOOR
392 R-0631200 $93.68
HAMMON GWENDOLYN L.
S 23 T F R 11 3 AC RECL'D ORB
8/1E9
MAP #4+2

03360-OORP.
393 R-0632E00 FIX N33E.0Os
COLE CLYDE GREGORY 8: DEBBIE
S 23 T 5 R 11 2,. AC S/2 OF
E/2 OF NE/4 OF SW/4 OF SE/4
ORB 111/533 FR TRISCH
MAP #42-

0.3391-026R
394 R--0643'700 S176.13
BROWNELL JANICE 8:' MARGARET
S 31 T R 1 1.75 AC 205 X
250 X 275 X '280 FT ORB 120/66-4
FR PLAYER ESTATE
MAP #13C

03392-015R
398 R-064E000- S87.22
SOLARSKYJ STANISLAW
S 31 T 5 Rli 1
"170 X 260 FT.PARCEL ORB 126/
843-45 AA FR HARDY
MAP#

03394-052R :
396 R-06+660.0 25.06
FELS JOSEPH ET UX
S 31 T 5 R it 4-,6 Al' REC'D
ORB 72/599 FR PATRICK 380 X
E70 FT
MAP #3C

0339'+-053R
397 R-064,700, HX '$369.Q7
GILBERT JIMMY EARL
5 31, TS R it 1.37 AC .170 X
350 FT LOT REC'D ORB 80/972
,MAP 13C

03401-000R
398 .' R-'.l7*I .' 0 542+.78_
RAFFIELD RrCH-RDC'
'S 32 T E R 11 0.39 AC 120 X
i'+40 FT ORB 11i/929 FR
RAFFIELD .. ,
MAP# 13D

0'3406-011R
399 R-0648800 324. E7
BLANKENSHIP 4ERNEST E ..
S 31 T 5 "R 11 1.125 AC M/L 165
X 330 FT PARCEL P.REC,'D ORB
i27/108 FF GRIFF [ ",
MAP# 13C '

03406-17ER -
400 R--065050 S208.1.
THWEATT JOHN T. 8: SANIDA
S 32 T E R 11 EAST CANAL
ACRES; UNRECORDED SUSEIVISTIl II
LOT 16 ORB 137/13i QC FR
HOBSON
MAP# 13D

03408-002R
401 R-06514o00 S36.91
MC.DUFFIE JAMES J. 8: MiRCGE L
S 32 T R 51 .47 AC 11E X
180 FT LOT ORB 92/789 FR
BLOODWORTH I


03706-OOR
42E :R-0710400
.MORGAN ELTON THOMAS,
'BEACON HILL SUBD PB
LOT i1 ORB 71/10S4-
MAP #16B:


,1


-03711-000R
426 .R-0711800.
SLEVEI-L ARTHUR,.
E'.BEA.CO HILL UP-E PB i PI
LOT 13 'C.RE '6 8: OR
1q1-i4- Q': FR LEVEL.



.7 P- 'Y'L8 -IX
i ILDER J4mES ,*. P ':







428 P- : 16'-.0. .
ATKINSON WILLIAM (M. JR.
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PC
LOT 14 8:, 1 ORB' 139/24
YORK .
MAP 1
BL

03735-OSOR
S429 R-0716600
' ATKINSON JR. WILLIAM MN
BEACON HILL SUBD., PB 1
LOT 13.
ORB 127/790 FR YORK
MAP#.16C

03743-OOOR
S430 h-0717400O
LEWELLinG C[,WP-iE L.
BEA;:',r HILL ESTi.TES UNII
PB 2 PG 46 LOTS 11 8: ':2
MAP #168


03764-OOOR
431 R-0721400 HX
WEBERR MARGARET Ki
S 31 T 6 R 11 90 FT LOT
FRONT OF LOT 2 BETWEEN
,* GuLF'/IEW ST 8 US 98 REC'
pFR.:EL IN ORB 71/609 WEI
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 1

03783-0OOR
S.32 R-0723100
WEBERR MARGARET K. ET AL'
S 31 T 6 R'11 60 FT GULF
FRONT LOT ORB 71/609 I
96/537 FR WEBER. ESTATE
MAP# 16C

03798-004R
433 R-0726300 I
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES. IN'
S 31 8: 32 T 6 R 11 PARCE
BEING-PARCEL "E" ORB 14'
-.,750 FR GULF AIRE PROPER
INC. BEING THE GULF AIF
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

03798-01ER
-434 R-0727300
OAKES PAULA JEAN ALORIDC
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOB
ORB 144/339 FR OAKES'
MAP #16Cl


03798-024R
435 R-0728200
LOGAN KERMIT 0. 8: GLENDL
.GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LO'
PAGE 158 FROM GULF INDIE
CORPI
MAP #16C OFFICIAL RECORD


03798-04R
436 R-0730700
S24-.99 WEBB DAVID W 8: BONNIE FP
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT
ORB iSE/274 FR GARFIELD
MAP# 16C


03798-091R
438 R-0732E00
LAWRENCE HAROLD D. 8: PATR
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED LOT 11 ORB 125
FR DEES ET AL
MAP# 1C6

03798-260R
4.39 R-0737200 HIX
REED DAVID
GULF AIRE SUBD., PHASE IIT
IS ORB :146/3EE FR WEWA S'
BANK
MAP# 16C:.
BLK DL

03798-'8+4R
440 R-074'1700
DAVIS JIMMY W 8: ANITA F 8
GULF AIRE PHASE III UNREC
LOT 2 ORB 14F5/90-11 FR I
8: ORB 163/245 BC FR DAVIS
MAP# .16C

03798-00R
441 R-074'2400
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES) IN'
S 31 T 6 R/11 '
ORB 93/277 BEING 6 FT GUI
ACCESS ,46nMErIT
MAP# 6lC


03460-37ER
416 R-0669700 %91.69
JONES JOE 8: CAROL A. KENNEDY
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 19 ORB 134/89.7-98 FR
MEXICO BEACH CORP. INC.
MAP# 4.3

03486-.01OR -
417 R-0677200 $1510.0i
REEVES THOMAS M. JR. ET AL
S 6 T 6 R 11 i AC M/L 91,.42
FT ON SR 386; 474,.39 FT DEPTH
ORB 110/228 QC FR:REEVES
ESTATE.

03493-000R
418 R-0678200 $1)261.86
WILLIAMS WILLIAM C. JR-
S T .6R 11 3.04 AC BEG AT
NEC OF SW/4 OF NW/4 8: 'UlN S -.
230 FT FOR POB, TH S 270 FT)
TH W 490 FT) TH N .270 FT, TH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
03495E-=EOR, I ,
419"- R-0679470 iOO.o.
PARKER VIVIAN DENISE
-S 6 T 6 R '11
LOT 11 -ORB 118/974 ASS., OF '
AA FOR DEED FR SAULTS
MAP# 148

034:95-700R
420 R-0679500 193.91
BARNES EUGENE T ,8: MARY R.
S. S 6 T 6 R .1 LOT 12 8: 13:
UNRECORDED. PLAT FR TAUNTON IN'
NE/4 OF NE/4 RGAB S -/':7-708,
FR BARINEAU ir 1, 'FOP- 185/'
(FOR FURTHER LEGrAL SEE TAX- ROLL)
s-E.i -I F
421 R-0681700 -.
i: .-L P RICKY ,8:.. l '.:' .
9 t 6 R ,0. t urinen -lirn,': 1 I- I'-.
(UNRECORDED) 1-OT ,, o < 0 :
* M/L UNRECORDED AA FR TNl-,JiTOh
* MAP .#14B

03E93-001R .. '
422 R-0696100 '
HARPELL ROBERT C. 8: M 4RY'.arlN
BEF-C:ONI HILL SUBD PB I PG. -
LOT 13 8: STRIP BETWEEN LUT 13
8: US 91 REC:', ORB 76/224' .
MAP #16C
B LK. 6

03646-OOOR
423 R-0703300. SE50.41
WATSON PHILLiP L., JR. ,
' BEACON HILL SUB[. PB 1 PG 2
LOTS '7 8:& 9 ORB l14.'932 FR
MONTFORD
BLK 11
MAP# 16C

03662-OOOR
S24 R-070Ei:00 $229.47
S. RANCHO.Q LGPi .-
BEACON HILL.SUBB PB i PG 2
LOTS 18 8: 9 ,
MAP #16C& ,LK i4


Lt'. 9. 03798-7:25R
448 R-0747100 $996199.7
C .2 ".. r,,P RErI 'IKE
,GULF AIRE PHASE .IV,' uNREC
SLOT E ORB 140'/233-3+: FR GULF
BLK 18. AIRE PROPERTIES'; INC.
MuPa 16& '., ."
$11390.BL.K I
03798-74R .
S' 49 R-0747300. $24.23
S-., '". GULF AIRE'PROPERTIES INC' '
GULF AIRE PHASE IV) UNREC.


: L BLK

1 ."'." 37' -75SR
G 4'70 R--0747600 5; .24+2,83
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC .
" GULF AIRE PHASE IV, UNREC.
L .HI. FLOT 6' -
BIK. '4 MAP# l D "i
LK-B .BLK J

03798-760R
& I 1 4"-1 .R-074"7700 S42.83
S- .GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC,.
Rh -FR GULF AIRE PHASE IV, UNREC
S "'. LOT 7
MAP#i l&D
iK3 BLK J
03798-782R
$'13 ". 4r'2 R-07.48200 X S176.13
.KREIS TIM .VI-NKI .
8' LISA PELICAN WALK UNREC. SUB,
SPG :LOT 1 TRIPLEX, UNIT- #11i
S' UNRE'C. AGREEMENT FR DUREN
MAP# 16':C .

S' 03798-800R
$318.38 45E3,. R-0748B600 S89*7.2
SHARRIS MARLENE J
T ONE PELICAN WALK UNREC SUB
L. OT E ORB 153/281-282 FR GULF
"IRE PROP. INC 8: LOT 6 ORB,
BLK 1 153/283-284 FR DUREN
.. ,"' MAP# 16C '

$328.3s:, 03798-840OR
: 4-4' R-0749300 $6 04.67
INW 11 O.KES DANNY K 8: PAULA AL.DRIDGE
PELICAN :WALK; UNREC. SUBR.
'' 2ND LOT 13 ORB 153/671 FR
ER, GULFAIRE
TAX ROLL) .MAP# 16C
03798-8E0R
$698.88 4.E15 R-0749E 00 $238.37
SSAUERHOFF KATHLEEN PATRICIA
F PELICAN WALK, UNREC. SUB
RB LOT A ORB 81E3/276-277 FR.
DUREN
MAP# I6&C

0380-002R
84:s'0L6,82 4-6& R-0750400 $1 308.34-
C DUREN' IKE
EL.. S 31 T 6 R 11 6.26 AC M/L
7/74-9- ORB 121/98 FR DOZIER
TIES MAP# 16C
RE
TAX ROLL). 0380E-013R
4E7 R-0750900 5$1073,96
MONACHELLI CAROL M
$577.41. SEASHORE TOWNHOUSES
GE BEING UNIT 3
T 10 ORB 160/360 FR COSTFN
MAP# 16C

BLK A 03806--27ER
458 R-0757100 $242.83
VISE JESSE M 8: CYNTHIA L
$304.1S SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE
A SUE BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
T 6 PB 3 PGS, 34 8: 35
ES LOT 35 ORB 145/472 FR PARKER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
E BOOK
BLK B 03806-410R
4899 R-07E9800 S242.83.
CLARK CHAMP JR
1i1648.39 SEA SHORES A/K1/A PORT ST. JOE
AYE BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
r S PB 3 PGS, 34 8: 3S .
LOT 4 AA FR COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


03793-077R
'+37 R-0731700 183:1..
LEWIS JERRY M1' 1: MARY R.
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED LOT 11 ORB 136/228
FR BUCHANAN
MAP# 16C 'BLI:' D


*380'-4EOR
460 R-.-O70&*00 $242.83.
74 I KELLY CAROI..E L.
SEA SHORES AI::/ftA PORT ST.. JOE"
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
PB 3 PGS. 34 8: 3S:
LOT 12 ORB 12:9/9"79 Fr COSTING
(FOR IIF'.TIiP .LEG.R.: SEE T- A:< ROL)I..


03806-50OR
S304+.15 61 R.-0761600 2+2.83
RICIA VISE RHONDA L.
SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE
5/1i87" BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
PB 3 PGS. 34 8: 3E.
LOT 8 ORB 12/'+464'+ FR COSTIN
BLK C' (FOR FURTHER LEGAL'SEE TAX ROLL)


.765. 7 03806-:30R
462 R-0762200 $242 .83
LOT VISE JESSE M 8. CYNTHIA L.
TATE SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
PB .3 PGS. 34 8: 35,
LOT 14 ORB 145/472 FR PARKER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

%5197,47 03816-DOOR
ORED 463 R-076720.0. 50.70
FARRIS WRIGHT JIMOLA
S 4 T 7 R 11 14A.96 AC M/L
480.5 X 1358.43 X 480,1 'X
1354.1E ORB 11/E57 8: ORB 151/
E59 QC FR WRIGHT
.... ... MAP# 31


-I- ;


03888-0OOR
464 R-0776900 HX $787.79
DAVIS SHERRY A
YON'S ADDITION TO, BEACON HILL
SE 61 FT OF LOT 18 IN BLK 6 8.
NW 8E FT OF LOT 9'IN BLK 7
ORB 149/877-S80 FR 'MULLINS
MAP# 17A


t,5 R-0940 S909.32
SPUPLTIn NEAL ET UX
..,DN'S nEiiL T.1L TO BEACON HILL
LOT 19 8 *w'L, 1/2 OF LOT 18
ORB 86/773
MAP #17A ..
BLK 9


SC39C7-':0P '
46 R-377- '9 : HX S769.21
BUTLER HAROLD M.
'YON'S UD-iLlI Cri TO.BEACON HILL
'*J37..30 LOTS.6, 7 '? 1. OF 5
M L M'. MAP # 7A "
hN. BLK .9
r 4 ', '"
CR 03932-OOOR
S .467 :. R-0782400 $4691.2
FRASURE HAROLD W 8: TERESA
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILl..
S788.66 LOT. 11
ORB 160/132 FR HERRINGTON
MAP #17A
".., BLK 11

03982-DOOR
S 468. R-0785100 $176.13
BRANCH AG.,- TRUSTEE
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
$242.83 LOT 9 ORB 96/487 FR'. BEAMAN
MAP #i17A -
BLK 14


03978-OO2R .
469 R-0789500 $1O533.02
GfEITZLEP HAZEL M A8: GAIL G
5 E ? t T 7 R 11 46.03 FT
GULF FRONT: 125 FTDEPTH M/L
ORB 151/E84-E58 FR ROBERTSON
'MAP# 17A


03798-EO'IR
442 "R-07-+2:500
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
5 31 T 6 R 11
6 FT GULF ACCESS EASEMENT
MAP# 16l-`:. '

03798-5*R
S443 R-0743E00' 1
.COOLEY'JUNE.R 8: JAMES P
S31 T6 Rll ORB 96/108. BEI
BLDG II UNIT 10 GULF 'AIRE
TOWNMHOU:E ORB 161/462 FR
BLOUNT
MAP #16

03793-671R F
.44 .R-076100
OAKES DANNY- K.
5 31 T 6 R 11 .23. AC.
E8O FT 011 LU'-, 3 211.49 FT
DEPTH IP.B L3-I/i79 FR P.FHI
MAP# .7A :

S03798-684R
4. 45 R-074+6600
Gr-FFNE', JOHN W. 8:
5 31 T R. l ,r'
BEING .UNIT 4 CORAL REEF
STOWHSHOUSES ORB 139.':-,6,, I
FR PRIESTLEY"
MAP# 6C '

03798-715R
6, R-0746900
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
GULF' AIRE PHASE IV, UNREC
LOT3
MAP# i&D'
BLK.

03798-720R
'447 R-07'+7000
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.,
GULF AIRE PHASE IV ) UNREC
LOT 4
'MAP# 16D
BLK


.19 .


"03985-00OR
471 R--0792200 '., S023'2&
HOWARD ROBERT H.
S S T 7 R 11 106 FT 'U1.. 98
FRONT; ORB 46/365 FR iiH, ,rFPiLL
ESTATE Li il E SIDE OF': I
MAP #17A .

03987-001R
472 R-0792400 HX $1,034 .62
HILL R EDWARD 8:' SUSAN F
SS T 7 R 11 PARCEL BEING
FRriERL.' LOTS 2 8: 3 8: POPF1 iOI'I
OF GEORGIA CYPRESS STE L'LCD '
S':i PORT ST. JOE BEACH Lrl IT r40
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

64002-OOOR
473 R-0795700 HX ". X 462.54
SMITH JOSEPHINE '-
PORT ST. JOE BEACH ONIT NO. 1
LOTS E 8: 6 ORB 102/192-FR
SMITH ORBS 156/7SE FR SMITH
MAP #17A B LK
0404.4-00OR
474 R-0801000 + 5149.47
ODHAM SUE' KIMBROUGHI
PORT.ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 1
LOT 1I ORB 11/803 BC'
FR SCULL 8 LESS ORB 157/824 TO
SMARCONI ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
04048-O.DOR
-475 R-001700 S149.47

WOOD CARL DAVID '
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 1 ORB 16/9EE FR WOOD
MAP# 17A
BLK'11

0406E-000R
476 R-0803800 HX $289.48
SCARABIN ROBERT M
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT.NO. 1
LOT 3 ORB 111/326 FR HAY 3:
ORB 133/327 :C FR BASS
SCARABIN CAROL L. .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04067-010R
477 R--0804OO S470.53
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)

04140-0OOR
' 478 R-08:L3000 HX S $176.13
MULLIS DONALD. D. 8: ELOISE S.
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# 17A
BLK 32
04177-OOOR
480 R-0819800 S24.30
PARHAM JAMES D
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO., 2
LOT 10 ORB 145/591-92 FR
TAYLOR
MAP# 17A
BLK 3E

04195-00OR
481 R-0822100 HX S256.1
SANDERS C. 0.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 9) 11, 13
MAP #17A
BLK 39
04198-OOR
482 R-0822400 51 14'9.'47
ESTES ROBERT 5 8: GLORIA
POR ST JOE BEACH UNIT NO., 2
(FORMERLY) LOT 4
ORB 141/i162 FR COSTING
MAP# 17A B..:: +0


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03981-00.1R
470 R-0789900 $1) 089.
MARCUM JENNIFER
CORONADO GULFVIEW UNIT- i'ORB
E3/.:': FR J 8: JO'INVESTMENTS.
INC.
MAP# 17t


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03417-OOOR
402 .R-065200 $13FO.e
HANNA JOHN T,.. .
S 32 T 5 R li .1 AC BEG AT NWC
OF SW/4' OF SW/4 OF SECT;-RUN -'
S 420 FT TO POB 'TH RUNS 210
FT THE 210 F NTH N 210 FT TH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL "'EE TAX ROLL)

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403 R-0653000 51E.O03.
COSGROVE THOMS .J.
S 3Z T ,R 11 i.179 AC .DEED
REC:'E ORB S7/391
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404 R-06E770O 1218.3
BRIDGES DOUGLAS B SR \
S 33 T E Rl1 ,.E3 AC M/L
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MAP# 27C

03426-52 $ 2
-" R-06&7800 S129.45E
BRIDGES DOUGLAS B' JR
'S 33 T S R 11 ..53 AC M/L
105 X-220 FT LOT'ORB 14:3/929'
FR CARR.. .
MAP# 27C

03426-600R
406 R-068100 14., 786&.99
WENGOR INC 1 I .
5 33 T 5 R 11 1I.131 AC liL
PARCEL REC'D ORB 138/339-40
FR CARR
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03438-o10R
407 R-06,95600 $87.22
ARMS RONALD L.
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(UNRECORDED) LOTS 30 8: 38 ORB
79/689
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MAP #17A


04O204-OOR
484 R-0824200
RICHARDSON THERESA T.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT
LOT 6 ORB 113/685 FR STC
MAP#17A


04222-003R
485 R-0829700
DERRICK MARGARET
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT
LOT 10 ORB 97/701 FR COS
GIBSON


MAP.,# 17 A


0461S-OOOR
S174.62 EOE R-0874+200
RUS A, MC NEAL SHARON D
NO. 2 ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUE
ER 35 LOT 18 ORB 162/
DRIESBACH
BLK 42 MAP #50A


S454t 0 04628-OOOR
S06 R-0875400
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OVER ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUB
35 LOT 9
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04630-000R
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GAINER MANSFIELD. 8:
NO, 2 ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUE
STIN 8: PG35 LOT 12 ORB 75/
MAP #5OA


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04226-002R
486 R-0830900 $149.47,
DERRICK MARGARET A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH 'UNIT NO. 2
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509 R-08764%00
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ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUE
35 Ni/2 OF LOT 10t
ORB 128/879 FR LEWI
NAPt E OA5

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10 R-0876500
SGRINER JERRY
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUE
35 S/2 OF LOT 10
MAP #50A (,

O4640-OOOR
5 11 R-0876700
MC I ELV,. POLL', HEI
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUB
35 LOT 20-
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OE111-OOOR
S9E.3'+ 529 R-0937600
DAVIS WANDA BROWN
BD PB 1 PG CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
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530 R-091'+300 HXI
RAFFIELD RONNIE ET UX
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ID PB 1 PG MAP# EOD

BLK B
OESE6-OOOR
31 R-0942000
$262'.71 MC DOUGALL GEORGE A 8:
CORA LEE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
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MAP #500
BLK B


$55.7 533' R-09700 .
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SE12 R-0880900 $ 1 940.32
FILBOURN MICHAEL W
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 10,
1i 8 14t ORB 157'767 FR ROCHE
MaPR 5Ok BLF 9

04704-OOR
E13 R--OSaa.800 S187.7
LEWIS mRS. SHRMH EST. :/0 D.M
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CITY OF PORT ST JOF rl
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V16 R-0896'200
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CIT'. OF PORT ST. JOE Li
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STOP.R 19 ORB 148/153 TO COST
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04-76-OCCR
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CITY OF PORT ST. .JOE Li'
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MC MULLON GLORIA i-T A
5 2S6 7 P. 11 E" v. 13E F'; LOT
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14- ORB '4 't67 (LIFE EF"T,11
MAP #49B .

04542-00OOR
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LOT IN NEC"OF SE/4 OF NE/4 OF
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04546-029R
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DARNA HEr.P a JUDY
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(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


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CIT' OF PORT ST.
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COOPER CHARLES H,4'JR 8: 'MA
CITY OF' PORT ST.- JOE LOT
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CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N 88 FT
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JONES ERNEST MC DONALD SP.,
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BLK 52 NAP #50A
BL:K 1002

4+84.52 05703-000R
554 R- 1020000 58'+.01
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S6.i- Li POWELL JAMES P. 8: T4MM', T.
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643.18 LUT 1 ORB tO6-. 'aE F
PG F3
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0-268-123R "
598 R-1112200 S 696.24
BARBER JAY 0
S 18 T 9 R 11
51.04 FT GULF FRONTi 390 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 156/176-177 OC FR .
WAYMIRE
MAP# 198


0D268-124+R
S339.45 + 599 R-11i2300 S149.47
E LUNT ROGER W
T NO. 2 5 18 T 9 R 11
6 PB 1' E1,04 X 10'+.66 FT PARCEL;
BEING S/2 OF LOT A OF UNREC.
SUBD. ORB .156/178-179 OC FR
BLK 1018 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06268-167R
5213.38 600 R-1114000 $ ,452.09
PRASCSAK GEORGE M JR 8: CAROL 1
T NO. 2 S 18 T 9 R 1
7 8 .5 FT GULF FRONTAGE BEING.
LOT 7 OF SURVEY 5.55 X 427.5
BL.K 1019 FT ORB 137/tit,-1E FR FOSTER
S .(.R FURTHER I. EG-IL SEE TA,' ROLL)

$19 .04 06268-.300R
HELLY.M. 601 R-1114600 S5, 5T7..07
r NO. 3 AVERY -JUDGE RICH-iRD M. JR.
:12%'/1100- S 20 T 9 R 11 510 FT GULF
T PPOi. FRONT; 711.3E FT AV DEPTH
BLt 1C010 Pi-RT TRKCTS 29 8: 30 ORB
i 0 .'3-_ FR FLA.. TITLE 8:'nORTG
M P 31 '
S201.90


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lION UNI'T NO. 3 .602 R-1115100 3944.14'
E3 ORB 130/745- JET--EIR. '
FOREST PR'.' s L T 9 P. 11 LOT 1 Su ELAS
-LL 10 0 'v LLi4S ORe 341 / 14 9 I9 I.R l OH -i','H-.N
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'N. VILLAS
Mi-iPR '191'


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o60 R- 1a1 7000 %46
S S-VELL I'OPr-iHN
ti1L3.-33 5 6 T 9 11 1,9G110 4, M/L
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8LI U '.


RLI 1006 0601,3-C IF,.
834 R-.'S7 'u H i,.-... 7
THOMiS irlR'.' L.
'1690.97 MILLVIEW M4CE.ITION UNIT HO. 3
'''- >.: -. LOT 1:L 8 NM"- OF LOT 1' OPB
'B 1 PG 6 92/247 FR ST JOE LD 8. DE'- .:-.
LOT 8 PB .: PG F3,8 ORB SL7/L'l D7C '
TER [FOR FURTHER LECi-L SEE T-,.< P.OLLI

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T-ER CSJ' "J' IM
LOWERY ',-WE.)ILOL'.'NY
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LOT 10 ORE 9/643 F ROMh 31.
F 1 Pu JOSEPH LAND, 8 DE'I. :0 PB FO'
53
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UL-t 1007


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06034-00OOP
586 R-1060300 'IX S4'.
{.50.13 LENNOX MMRTHk I.
MILLV/IEW ADDITION UrIT NO. "
PC, LOT .1 S S 17.E FT OF LOT 19
FPO PG 93
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3.EL


6L 1iL,3.-1


.9, .87 R-1'.631 -00. HX ..25777
x MARTIN E[LLY ',: 8 'V/ERNILE "K
T L PP 1 PC MILLVIE 1 HrEI' iON LUH[T NC. 3
V49 8 61-: LOT 14
ORB 1i44.SE? FRP, QUII
ELU 1009 MP#F E0,-

06,234-010P
l 13.88 ESB R-1081-"50 HF ii007.64
OSEPH RaFFIELl Dr0aNNY L.
T 1 Fb I PC 5' T B R 8 1.1 r: LA6 FT Bia.
81= FRONTi 'f'00 FT AV DEPTH BEING
S 3 iAC LOT 113 OF COLEDEN PL-T
LESS 140 v 3+?.9'" FT TO
ILl, 1.010 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T..X ROLL)

S.. Obl36-- P
,7 :., E.?9 P.-I :,S3E: *.: I'fl "'.
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3 lE.463 BEING 1O0 : lS.-. 47"FT i D EPiF H
SON AIRPORT RUNUW''Y ORB 1L,/Ya'3
-996 8. ORB 14-,'/97, FR i-OSTIN
BLK. 1010 (FOR. FURTHER i.EGf-iL SEE Ti, T-OLLi,


0B90o-0,')}R 0 O, 4l,-0rO Op
5TB8 R-10.91800 '30E-. 1l 90 R-i 1'96,'0 b71 .
HENr R'I' LLLIE J CODiOrTi'Y ri P BUR IERT FEI-lNETFI-I : FTP.T l-C
I'IILLVIEWJ l-,D00l UNIT L PB 1 PI: S 36 T 9 R 11 ..E MC l-1/L
33 LOTS 3 8. E ORB 84/9E- PARCEL ON .-30 IBEIIIG SAV-A-
M ,P t47. : LOT HOWE) ORB JI.'1-93-194 FR
PI3Lt 10 1 'JI
S:.' COMBS
n~~~~~i-iF'l& T511' .' *


, .,90O-0 ,Ot.,r ,
E69 R-0O't00 .
LaRRY R. C.. 8 ANNIE Mf
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 i
33 LOT I ORB 7S/44J
SM14P t#49C'


IN-


I I l Q .4
. SHEII .. *. 1- 1 .4 .' W l i-0'0F '
I 7IN F0 0 .10 1310 -I$482.29)
60/9ON. FR HURLBURT MTLES K.
0 ./9M MZLLVIEW P,-Dra UNIT'. PB -1. PG
.. 33.5 67 FT LOT 8: 10 ORB .
'11i'i/+&46-6.FR ST. JOSEPH. LLAND
: 9 :. DEV. CO ,
F O r FRllTHL R I -Ct..L SEE IF T:. ROLL) I 1


C5 O84-004f
S7 8: E7 R-0989c00 HXR 5&'."9 4-'
SBURK:.ETT :L-REHCE EUGENE ET UXN
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT 14NO. ,,
BL. 37 9 ILOT it 8. N/1 OF LOT 10
SMAP #FOI'
BLU. 108
,181.42 -
ARIAN M 05E8-0R ,
S 12 E48a R-0989800 HX $700.90
.N|SON h Ra4Y JOHN E. 8 MARGARET E.
ST. JOSEPH -ADDITION UNIT NO.
BLK "'2 7 LOT 1 ORB 113/49 FR FOX
MAP SO' #' L : 500
..... BLK 109
$ 2 39 .0 9 0 5 1 O E
'JONES 05591-OOSR
S7 49 R-0990800 HX. V,412.28
WOOD RONNIE K. 8: TAMELA L..
'ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO
BLK '+43 9 LOT 12 ORB 133/3EE FR DAVIS
S MAP #OD. BL 109

S986.05 05690-000R
550 R-1018400 S106.64
2 GANT ERNEST ET AL
4' CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOTS 17 8: 19 ORB 79/i9
K 4 'MAP .SOB BLK 1001


0569'4-OOOR
7.55 551 R-1018800
BEWEY MARGARET
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 22 ORB 92/352 FR
MAP #50B


ORIG
BEWE
BLI':


0O.907-OOSR
571, R-1043200 S285
.PITTMAN AMOS :
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO. 1 LOT
:8 LESS S 67 FT ORB. :ti4/6&9 FR
HURLBUPT.
"' lAP .. 49D.


05913-OOOR"
.572 R-i0'+3900 HIX
DAWSON DARION A. 8:
MILLVIEW AdDN UNIT


B:LK 10.12


.3'E4.26 06."47-00P .. .
E 91 A-10899SO 1-IH bl;..
PB 1 PG G MOORE MAR"' RPNIE'HLL .
S 5 2 T 8 R 11 .74- 7 FT-BAY.
FRONT 8 SR 30 ORB '142/796-97'
BLK 101... FR MOORE


E9- R- 1101400 O
WILSON DWH,'NE E 8: EDITH N
FEATHER SOUND.
LOT 9 ORB 159/308-309 FR
FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK
MAPl 19B8


06266-090R
.49 593 R-1102200 $193.91
SHERWOOD FURNITURE INDUSTRIES
FEATHER SOUND
LOT 18 ORB,150/874-887 FR
HILL
MAP# 198


06266-13ER
594 R-i102700 .816.25
WEST BEACH COMPANY) INC.
FEATHER SOUND SUB. (UNREC)
1.56 ,AC M/L LOTS 17423)242E)5
26, 8: 27 BEING A 204 FT
PARCEL ON SR 30E
MAP# 19B

06268-118R
595 R-1111700 S696.24
BARBER JAY, 0.
S 18 T 9 R 11
51.04 FT GULF FRONT; 368.64
FT AVERAGE DEPTH BEING LOT 8
Of TRACT'if14 ORB 123/14'0-'+1 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06268-121R
*96 R-ii1112000 $580.43
BARBER JAY 0.
S 18 T 9 R 11
102 X 422 FT PARCEL)
BEING LOTS 2,34-,E5 ORB 129/
42S FR MAY LESS LOT 1 ORB 129/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


; i$176.37
GWENDOL:YN
i PB i 'PG


33-LOT 16 ORB 11/10i FR
PETERS
MAP #49D .
BLK. 1012

05E918-OOOR
573 R-i044400o s61.38
WALKER MCNAIR> PAT 8: W.J.
.MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO 2 PB 1
PGS 46 &8: '47 LOT S ORB 101/791
FR WALKER
MAP #4-9D
BLK 1014

05923-0OOR


574 R.-1044900 HFIX 145.19
NICKSON DONALD M, 8: JACQUELINE.
$466,01 MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO 2 PB 1
PCS 4-6 8: '7 LOTS 16 8: 18 ORB
3, 96/534 FR PETERS'
"Y MAP # 4-9D


1001


BLK 1014


05701-OOOR o0595:9-000R
552 R-1019700 HA $711.08 '57E5 -R--1048600
PITTMAN AMOS SR. JULIUS DIANE P.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE' ORIG. MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO,
LOTS 30 & 32 ORB 98/907 FR PS 1 PGS 46 -8: 47 ILOT 19 OF
PETERS 108/986-7 FR BYRD HEIRS
MAP #E50B BLK 1001 MAP# SOA BLK


06268-122R ,
597 R-11i2100 1'+9,47
594.25 LUNT ROGER W.,
S 18 T 9 R 11
2 5 X 106.76 FT PARCEL, BEING
-iB PARCEL A OF AN UNREC SUBD-
ORB 123/149 FR MAY LESS ORB
1016 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


'6'. Oib8-5FF.
606 R-1117100 F461.:
GARNER JMMES E 8 1-iNN L
S 6 T 9 R 11 .96-'0 i4C: M1,'
EO Fr BEY FRONT, 838.11 FT
DEPTH 5E114G TRHC,
ORB 1SE.'E74-E7E FR ':OOLEY'
MkPhI 6

607 R-ill l l.:0 4-EE-, i
Si-TEWOOD :HHRLEE CHISP
S 7 T 9 R 11 10- Fr BE ','-
FRONT, 937 FT 4V DEPTH BEING
TRaC.:T R# 3 ORB 106,/134-,5 FR
VENTRY '
M-Pt 1s.:C '


0'i.S8-7Ei l
608 bo R-i1lt91iO 1469.E-'.
SIBLEY tEITH E 8 BET.TY J
S 7 T 9 R 11
1E_ FT BF4'FRCriT, 190.1 F AV.
DEPTH ORB lF4/l,'4-1 FF,: RISH
M-P t t'
Pl^B ,i :". ^


609 P.-ltI-T)O 1i, 146.94
STE','ENS LEIl-llaNE MILLER F.
SMiN BLMS3 STi-ITES LOT -, i.E

FRONT 1q J14T 'iR'P 14l,3 I FP. rv.
wrwLPEWE 8 nRE 1483,'71 0Q- FP .1.
i -Of FURTHfiR LEGi-L Il. T1-1- i4 L PALL.
/ C' t.1-"'?--? 39P
I O10 P.-I I- '; L, 1L ,'4 1-2.73 :'"-
UNITED 6Sill if- GPiFI-FFTri EI
StN DBLS ESTkTES Pi-o-:EI-EL 8.
3, 50.'1 FT GULF FRO3NT'RGE
BEING k, PORTION '-F LOT 3-
ORB 1 't/26&-.7 FR IlC PERSON
M-uPn 198

-06269-314R
611 1 R -111-7t 0 '19.L. 9'
PiRt ER ROBERt D u. '3'.LVlI -1 ,4:
CAPE SHNDS Li-iNDIrIG UNI T L J- ,
p PONT10N OF LOT 1 SaN BL4-S
E:.T.iTES SUBD,. OFR8 1 31! 71t-- '"
FR OREHT WESTERN BrAN.L & ORB
(FOR FuRTHiER LEG4L SEE TAX ROLL

6' 0. 9- 3.1.R 8 1 )0 9

SSulPLES R[E--Hi-RD0 E8. ALYN
CPPE S t-NDS LAnDING UNIT 2P-2 .
H PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS "
EStATES SUBD.- ORB 104/769 :
MAP# 19B ,

01'274-C01OR
613 Rr-1131600 i.49.47
WISE ROY 1. 8 LANA 0 G
S. 14-. T 9 R 11
BEING LOT. 10, TREASURE BAY
UNREC:. ORB 137/1E9-160 FR
TREASURE.SHORES LIMITED
MAP# S4
0.274-',>OR ':,
614 R-1134600 ,S282.82
COLLINS LAMAR & EDWARD HILL
5- 14 T 9 R 11
BEING PARCEL 5 81. 6 .
ORB 138/'02-4 FR BAYCO DEV.
CO. INC,
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06274-034R
615 R-1i135800 149.47
DANKS-THOMAS PAUL .8: LINDE.a S.
S-14 T 9 R 11
BEING PARCEL 16A "
ORB 138/680-81 FR BAYCO DEV.
CO. INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06274-035ER
616 R-1135900 149.47
SMITH DEBORAH R.
S 14 T 9 R 11
BEING PARCEL 17A
ORB 138/229-30 FR BAYCO DEV. '
CO. INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06274-016R
6t7 R-1136000 $1499.47
JOHNSON PHILLIP S,
S 14 T 9 R 11
BEING PARCEL 18A
ORB 138/327-28 FR BfAYCO DEV.
CO. INC.
(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


8393.95


BLK C


06274-250R
619 R-1140200 $393.95
CULLEN JOHN F ET AL
TREASURE BAY
LOT 10 ORB 143/883 FR TREASURE
SHORES LTD
MAPS# 54 BLK C


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06274-275R
620 R-1140700
BLAYLOCK DEWEY 0
TREASURE BAY
LOT 15 ORB 147/825 FR TOD
: MAP# 54
BL


06276-004R
621 R-1141700 $2,280.89
KELLEY JAMES Mi




MAP# 19D

06276-005R
622 R-114.1800 15)099.907
KARASKI STEPHEN J.
CAPE.SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
BAYSIDE TRACT 5 i,24 AC
ORB 101/508-516 FR FLA TITLE 8:
MORTG. PB 3 PGS 2;24'A, 24B 8:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06276-023R
623 R-1143100 S521,.43
ROGERS MARTIN W
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
BAYSIDE LOT 23 ORB 120/3+48-E~
8: LOT 2 ORB 120/340F FRA FLA
TITLE & PARTNERS, INC, LESS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06276-026R
6234 R-11'+3400 $539319
'HARRISON ROBERT A 8: IANNA W
CAPE SAN BLAST GULFSIDE 8:
BAYSIDE PBT 3 PGS 24) 24A) 24
a L1C LOT B OF TRACT 26
ORB 151/954 FR Y ATES
MAP# 19B
06276-029R
625 R-ii 3700 S529.43
LEWIS CLAUDIA B.
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
BAYSIDE TRACT 29 1.96 AC ORB
90/9,FR LEWIS PB 3 PGS 24
24A) 124B 8: ;24C
MAP #19B
06276-093R
626 R-114.6100 -$52781.40
LEWIS CLAUDIA B. D
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE f&
BAYSIDE FRACT. LOT 5 OFTRACT
49; 108 FT BAY FR 320 FT AV
DEPTH M/L ORB 97/660 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
'06276-062R
627 R-1146600 S$120.4+
LEE JAMES C JR & DOTTLE RU. B"
,S 19 T 9 R: -l "
BEING UNIT A-2 OF SUNRISE/
SUNSET TRACT BL :SB GULFSIDE/
BAYSIDE ORB 193/121 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06276-07R
628 R-1'1'+760 S1 20.93
SHE'B'TLIEP. MI'E,:IOND D, : STCLAUDIA "
:,4E PJSEI BLc JGULFSIDE 8:
6'I, T 9 R FT GULF FRONT .
PORTION OF LOT S BEING UNIT A-
i SUNRISE -8: .A'iurSET TOWNHOUSES






LOT 2 .ORB 160/902 FR TREASURE
SHORES LTD
MAP# 3 E
, "" GULFSBLK ,VII
0(-RFURER L ,T
t30 F.--11E3100 $8-7.81
wlIERIC,:r BHNwERS INSURANCE CO
5RN BL-i PLANTATION
LOT 2 ORB tE3/987 FR JONES '



.,HErW0OCl FURNITURE InOUSTRIES
Sk4N BLf45 PLHNrkTION
LOT '3 ORB 1491/4D6-4.07
FR JONES .' ..
MAP#. 3-E .
06288-54E.R'
S32 P-"E3P0O 53138
J B I Ir '
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 9 ORB I50/306-308 FR DWA
REALTY INC l -
MAP#S 3D.
0~6 "B.-6-OP.
633 R-li"'300 S193.91
SHERwOODI FURNITURE INDUSTRIES
5HN BLkS PLNTHTION
LOT '4 ORB. 196/406-407 FR
JONES .
MAP# 35. "
06288-63SR
634 R-1EE5600 .5193.91
D,.W.A. REALTY INC.
SAN BLA5 PLANTATION
LOT 7 ORB 1-4S/973-977 FR
JONES
MAP# 3ED


0629-040R-OR
635 R-11E7400 $1Si3).58
BRITTLE PARK T. 8: PHYLLIS W. :
522 T 9 R 11 .400 FT BAY
FRONT; BEING W 300 FT OF E
790,27 FT OF GOVT LOT 3 LYING
N OF CO RDE' 30-E ORB 105/816 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL.SEE TAX ROLL)

06290-OOOR
636 R-15E7700 6 S4-',61.48
WEWAHITCHK A STATE-BANK' .'
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT No. 1
LOTS 11-16 ORB 150/225 FR
PAN GULF CORP.'
MAP# 35D,

06290-055R
637 R-1158800 $282.83 *
BOARDWALK PROPERTY OWNERS *
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #i
LOTS CLOSED 8: DEDICATED
PORTIONS OF GULF DRIVE'CLOSED
& DEDICATED ORB 120/870'FR
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06290-24'OR
638 R-1161800 $,)474.13
HANDS ELIZABETH CARROLLS.
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT #i LOT
10. ORB 106/610 FR PAN GULF


CORP
MAF# 35sD


06291-005RO
639 R-1163200
SHERWOOD FURNITURE
SURFISIDE ESTATES
LOT 1 ORB 148/521
532 FR GOLD
MAP# 35D'.


06291-OiOR
640 R-1163300 $229.47
.SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIEE ESTATES, UNREC
-LOT 2 .ORB 148/F21 & ORB 148/
532 FR GOLD'
*MAP# 35D

06291-015R
.641 R-1163400 $282.82
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC
LOT 3 ORB 148/521 8: ORB 148/
532 FR GOLD
MAP# 35D.

06291-020R
642 R-1163500 $336.16
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC
-LOT 4 ORB 148/521 8: ORB 14-8/
532
MAP# 3ED .


06291-02.5R
S393.95 643 R-li63600 5371.71
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC
DO LOT 5 ORB 148/521 8: ORB 148/
532 FR GOLD


C MAP# 35D


06291-030R
644 R-1163700 *971.8
DEMAC INVESTMENTS INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC,
LOT 6 ORB 151/520-530 FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. INC.
MAP# 35D

06291-03SR
645 k R-1163800 $1,149.6'
DEMAC INVESTMENTS INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC,
LOT 7 ORB 151/520-530 FR
SHERWOOD/FURNITURE IND, INC.
MAP# 35D

06291-040R
646 R-1163900 $1,i149.6'
HIGHLAND TRUST
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 8 ORB 148/E82-586 FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND.
MAP#.35ED

06291-045R
647 R-'1164000 $971.8:
DEMAC' INVESTMENTS .INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 9 ORB 151/520-530.FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE-IND. INC.
MAP# 35D)

06291-OSOR
648 R-1164100 $371.71
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC,
LOT 0"
MAP#3ED

06291-055R
649 R-'1164200 $336.16
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SUJRFS5CDE ESTATES, UNREC..
LOT 11
M-.PB 3ELi

06291-06R
650 "R-l164300- .' $282,8C
SHERWOODFURNITURE IND INC.
SURFSIDE'ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 12 ..
MAPs 350
06291-06R
651 'R-11644600 %$229.,47
SHERWOOD FURNITURE 'IND INC
SURFSIDE'ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 13
MAP#.3D BED

06291-C-OR .
652 -'R-1164500 193.91
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSSIE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 1 4
hMPB 3D .

0'6S2 1-O7ER
.653 R-1164600 S193.91
SHERWOOD.FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNREC',
..LOT 1
MlP# 30El

06291-080R
64 R-1164700 S2292.47
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIEE ESTATES) UNREC.
LOT 16
MRPa 3FCE


65E F-it64800 $282.82
SHERWOOD' FURNITURE IND INC
U 5RF5I-DE ESTATES, UNREC .
LOT 17
MAP# 3ED' i,; ',. *,-. .,. ),,


656 h-i1b4900 $336.i6
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURF' IDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT i8
MAP# 3sD
06291-095R .
657 R-.1165000 -371.71
DEMAC INVESTMENTS INC
* SURFSIDE ESTATESi UNREC.
LOT 19' ORB 151/520-530 FR
SHERWOOE FLIRNITURE INDINC'.
MHPS 35EL[

(. -.- ,:.p !F

.[E+n',: Irrj"iSTlE':mT- INC '
'l'JRFSIL 'F L':TI. 1 E',, Lr4;L.": .
LOT 'O RS I1 t.* -''. /FR '
5HEPWO0L- FuRNITURE IND,.INC'.
PI-,P# 3E' O ,


oe.L9 1-10FP.
b5s9 R-11i6O -5 51,14
MADISON CAPITAL GROUP
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNEC, "
.LOT 21 ORC 1't8/b12-615. FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. INC,
InPP 3E, I.


9,64


06291-liOR
.60 'R-liiFjOO S).49.64-
. DEVILLE FuRNl lUPS MFG CO INC
SURFS10Ei ESTATE', UIIREC,
.LOT ORB 148/' '. r' FR
HEF.R00OO FURNITURE INL. INC,.
:i PB 3EE '

C I1 1 .,- .
6LL R it'H.0 $ S97:1..83
DEVILLE FLURN[irUPl m'G ,O::- INC
SURFSIDEESTATES)'UNREC, .
LOT 23 ORB 148/545-550- FR .
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. INC.,
:MAP# 35D .

06291-120R'
662 R-1165500 5371.71
.SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC-
SURFSIDE ESTATES ) UNREC.,
LOT 24,-
MAP# 355D

06291-12ER
663 R-1i65600 5336.16
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC:
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
LOT 2.
MAP# 3E'


06291-130R0
664 R-1165700 $282.82
BLK 3 SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC'
SURFSIDE ESTATES,' UNREC,
$193.91 LOT 26
1... MAP# 35D'


IND INC
UNREC
8: ORB 1'8/'


06291-i135R
665 R-1165800 $ 5229.47
SHERWOOD -FURNITURE IND -INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC. -
'LOT 27
MAP# 35ED

06291-14QOR
666 R-1165900 $193.91.
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC:
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC,
LOT 28
MAP# 35D

06291-145R
667 R-1166000 5193.91
SHERWOOD FURNITURE' IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES; UNREC,
LOT 29
MAP# 35D.

06291-150R
-668 R-1166100 5229.47
DEMAC INVESTMENTS INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNRREC-
LOT 30 ORB 151/520-E30 FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE INC. INC,.
MAP# 350


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4























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0629i-15E5RR
669 R-116620-0 0 *28.82
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
5URFSIDE ESTATES. UNREC,
LOT 31
MAP#t 350


It,'6 P- 1-7.',.)' l ..'l OO..30 ,79"
" ,'Eri--,, [rr..1' -lC-6 I C. *
SUPF .1D ESTI4 E. UNREC.
LOT 41 .037 ii.' r'-"30 FR
SHERWOOD :-'JPIi TL'PE frl'. 'INC.
MAP# 35 '

0629'1-210R
677 R-i167100I" $1,300.79 -
'HIGHLAND TRUST
SURFS DE ESTATES) UNREF,, .
LOT 42 ORB 14B/'S93-597 FR
SHERWOOD FUNITURE IND'. IN':,
MAP# 35ED .

06291-215R .
678 -11?' ,7 S1.300.79
BELT LNE .-3OF. -
SURFSIDE ESTATES)r UIRE,-(. ."
LOT :43 8: 43A ORB l'B,'E 7.:-'
FR EHERICKI'O FuI.rii I'E1 'IND, INC
MAP# 350ED ..

06291-2201R
679 R-1167.300 1J.i3060.79
BELT LAND CORP ', .
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 44 ORB 1498/558-562 FR
EHERWOODE FURNITURE IND INC.
MAP# 350

0629i-22SR
680 R-167400 $1,300,79
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
'-URF'IDE ESTATES', UNREC.'
. LOT ,
'MAP# 35E' .

06291-230R
681. R-11675:00 $1.300.79,
rE i i-i~ _',T_. i -( i i-il '-IND INC ........

LOT .
-P Ei 3E50


06291-235R .
.. e -11i7. .0 'i $1 300. 79
SHERWOCO. FURriIT.UI4E LtIlE' INC'
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC,
LOT' 47 '
SMP# 35ED

06320-001R 2 :.
683 R-11721"00',. "997.18
BELMONT GROUP INC.
S 24 T 9 R it too00,32.FT GULF
FRONT'; 5237 FT DEPTH M/L. B'IlNG
LOT 1 ORB 104/ 858 'FR
CAMPBELL


06320-002R
-684 R-1172200 $997.18
GOWEN THOMAS B. '
S 4 T 9 R 11 100.32 FT GULF
"FROrlf, 538 FT 'DEPTH M/L C iF-il4: -
SLOT 2 ORB 83/799 FROM
COSTABELLA
M. PB EE,

06320-00R .
685 R-1172300' $205.02
.-Rb:S GRACE E .. .
S 1- T 9 R 11 O'.,18 FT LOT ON
',CO RD 30;- 170.28 FT DEPTH ORB
:.109/1044 FR CAPITAL COASTAL"
:C'1nTR .i': ( INC.
MAP# 'E,

06320-025R
6.86. R-1173200 51 270.21
, MARTS : THAY'ER .- -
S24 T9 Rll 375. EfT GULF .
FRONTAGE 405. FT AVE. DEPTH
BEING TRACT 3 OF-3 OF LOT 10
ORB 95/768 FR CAPITAL COASTAL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'

06321-695R
'687. R-1180500 282.82
JOHNSON FRANCES G
GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT
40 ORB 149/208 FR. JOSEY ET AL
MAP# 540
BLK A

06321-700R
688 R-i1SO600 $282.S2
CHASTAIN PATTI -J'. 8: TERRY J.
GULF PINES FIRST,, ADDITION LOT -
'41 ORB 133/458 FR STEM ET AL
MAP# E4D '
BLK A

06322-008R '
689 R- 182200. HX 52: 16.9 '
CULLEN JOHN F. 8:' GINGER K,.
'524 T 9 R 11 100,02 FT GULF
FRONT; E42 FT DEPTH M/.L ORB '
132/284-85 FR FF'SI'-,':,..
MAP#. 540,

06345-027R
'690 R-1184600 5727'. 34
LITTLEJOHN .CHARLES B.
5 36 T 8 R 12.100 FT BAY
FRONTAGE'; 313 FT AV. DEPTH ORB
112/1079 FR RICHARDS 8: ORB
135/1055 PRIVATE RD. RO.W.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06345-075R
691 R-1186100 s2,562.4-7
MALOY MIKE
S 36 T 8 R 12 8.75 AC M/L
419,46 FT BAY FRONT, 1837,8
2 FT AVG DEPTH ORB 127/711--
12 FR GILMORE 8: LESS .25 AC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06345-076R
692 R-1186200 5955.64
SUMMERS JACK 8: MIKE MALOYV
.5 36 T 8 R12 .25 AC M/L
100.014 X 110 FT PARCEL ON SR
30E ORB 129/267-9 FR HANNON
ET AL 8: ORB 1E9/201 1/2 INT FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06345-079R
693 R-i186400 HX 5437.60
SUMMERS WALTER J 8: CHERYL
5 36 T .8 R 12 .5 AC M/L
116.15 X 187.52 FT LOT ORB
153/806 FR MALOY
MAP# ED

06345-085ER
694 R-1186600 54"9.E53
ARNOLD HILTON 8: MARION
S 36 T 8 R 12 .85 AC I'/L
75 FT BAY FRONTAGEi 509'?,8
ORB 142/819-21 0 FR MALOY "
ET I -L
MAP# ED


06345-200R
695 R-1188o100 .50251.20
AMIRKALALI TARANEH
1971.83 5 36.T 8 R' 12
300 FT GULF FRONT) 1040 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 118/118-120' FR
FR FLA. TITLE 8: MORTGAGE CO. 0
INC. (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TmA{ ROLL.)


0629-160R
670 R-116300
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND II
SURFSIDE ESTATESi UNREC,"
LOT 32
MAP# 32
0629i-165R
67 1 R-1I.66'+00
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND IfI
SURFSIDE ESTATES,' UNREC,
LOT 33
MAP# 350

06291-170R
672 R-lO66500
DEMAC INVESTMENTS INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNECz
LOT 34 ORB 15 ,/E20--E30 F
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND.
MAP# 35 E, .

06291-175R
673 R-1,66600
DEMAC INVESTME\ fS' I 11
SURFSIDE ESTATESi ,UNREC,
LOT 35 O- tL 1 .-: '"- F
SHERWOOl Fi r.IHL. I in:. I
MAP# 35D

06291-195R
674 R-i SO' 66800 $1
DEVILLE FURNITURE MFG .'C
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC,
LOT 39 ORB 1l/8'5"0-54"l, F
SHERWOOD FURNITURE' IND. '
MAP# 3D50

06291-200R '
675 R-1166900 S:t
DEVILLE FURNITURtf MFG CO
SURFSIDE ESTATESi UNREC,
'LOT 40 ORB 1/S 1- 0 F
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND ,I
MAP# 3ED 50 .


06345-337R
697 R-i192600
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER
37 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIE
'MAP# SA

063'+5-338R
698 .'R-1192700
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER
. 8 BEING PARCEL "G'
ORB 148/680, FR BARRIE
MAP# EA

06345E-339R
6 9 P-1192?".'0
HI8 iiLUS-B'.-THE-=-.En
Bi-RRIPER DUNrE' FORP.MiE
39 BEING PARCEL -"G"
ORB 148/680" FR BARRIE
MAP# 5A

C.'b34t-340O
706 R--1192900
,HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER
4-0- BEING PARCEL "G"'
'ORB 148/680 FR BARRIE
MAP# 5A

06345-342R
701 R-i193100
TL'RrLE COVE P|,RTNERSH
EnRRIEF, DUNES' UIl IT 'I0l
ORB 141/877-'. FR C:iP
P PTr IER'.,, IN.l.-, .
:MAP# EA .

06345-347R
702 R-1193600,
HIBISC-US-BY-THE-SEA '
BARRIER DUNES FORMER
47 'BEING PARCEL "H"'
ORB -148/680 FR BARRIE
MAP# SA

06345-348R .
703 R.-i193700
HTBTSCUS-B','-Ti-IE-5EA
'BRPIEP. DUrlE5 FORMER
49S BEING Pr-IRCEL "-H"
OF,B 148,'',0 FR B Rt R JE
r. PtF'R -4,

S63'IE- 3 :P ..
704 .R-1193800
HIBI'CU -B', ThE-I- "
6BPPIEP uIL'IES FORMER ,
4 BEi'IG PARCEL "H"
ORB 1i4 62.2 FR BARRIER
MAP# SSA


Oi394E-3E;-P .-
707 R- IS939.0
HIBISUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER I
50 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER
MAP# 5A

06345E-370R.
-706 R-1ii5E900
HIB Iu-b -THE. SEA II
.. CLASSI':C' COTrTAGES OF B,
DUNES LOT 17. ORB i'q
FR FLOWERS

PARCEL

06345-371R
707 R-1196000
HrBISCUS-6'i'-THE SEA IIN
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BA
DUNES LOT 18 ORB 148
FR FLOWERS,
MAP# SA
PARCEL

,063,4'-372R
708 R-1196100
. HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA .IN
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BA
DUNES LOT 19 ORB *1'+8/6
FR FLOWERS
P 5.0- PARCEL

06345-373R
709 R-.1196200.
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA IN
'CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BA
DUNES LOT 20' ORB '18
'FR FLOWERS .
"MAP# E5A
PARCEL. "

06345-378R
710 R-1196700
ALLIED HOLDINGS PARTNER
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BA
.DUNES LOT 4 ORB '1+5/
FR BARRIER DUNES DEV C
MAP# 5A
PAR

063'+5-383R
711 R-1197200
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA IN
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BA
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 148/
SFR FLOWERS
'MAP# EA
PARCEL

o6345-384R '
712 R-1197300
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA IN
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BA
DUNES LOT 5 ORB 148/6
FR.FLOWERS
MAP# A
PARCEL

06345-385R
713 R--11974-00
MIBISCUS-BY-THE-5SEA IN
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BA
DUNES. LOT 1 ORB 14V8/
FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
PARCEL

0634'+-386R
714 .R-197500
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA IN'
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BAI
DUNES LOT 2 ORB 148/6
FR FLOWERS
MAP# SA
PARCEL


".a 13S0.5:2

3D.E
DUNES


*176.:L3

UNIT NO',.

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S176.13

UNIT NO.

R DUNES


06345-392R
7iE R-1198100 *S4&0463
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 8 ORB V'+8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "D,"

06345--394+R
716 R-1198300 $460,63
RUDNICK JAMES N .
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES .O0T o0 ORB 1'+/6:3-633
FR BARRIER DUTIES DEV,, CORPI'
MAP# SA
PARCEL "D"

06345--395R
717 R-1198400 $+60.63
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 11 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAPF# 5A
PARCEL "D"

06345-399R
718 R-1198800 1i93,91
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 'i+8/680-6&9
FR FLOWERS
SMAP# 5A,
PARCEL "E"

06345-L00R
719 R-ii198900 1i93.9
HIBISCUS-BY-TiE-SEA INC
'CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 5 148/680-692 FR
FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "E"

06345-401R
720 R-1.99000 LlO3.91
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC:
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BP.RlER
DUNES LOT 6 ORB 1't8'.>ao-61'
FR FLOWERS
MAP# SA '
PARCEL "E".


1, 176.13 06345-402R ':
721 R-1i99100 s193.91
UNIT NO. HiBJI,'CuJS-B.'-iI-IE-SEA INC
,:Ln- :-I'E- *'- 'TT-.-'-F' OF BARRIER
R DUNES DUNES LOT 7 ORB '+8/680-692
SFR FLOWERS,
MAP EA .
PARCEL. "E"
S176,13
06345-417R
UNTI NO. 722 R-1200600 .S105.01
HIBISCU.S-BY-THE-SEA INC
;R DUNES CLASSIC COTTAGES- OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 1 ORB 4'+8/680 ,,
MAP# EA
PARCEL "J"

l ,. L' -* o06345-418R .
lip 7 3 F .--..
. 2 F HIBl ,I' :-.- .-THE :l, 1 INC .
F -:L4I.- ,'Tr,.'Es O)F BARRIER
DUNE:, LOr OP.L, 148/680
MAP# EA
PARCEL "J"

1 ,.1 06345-419R .
724 R:-'1200800 $105.01
UNIT 'NO- HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC CO.TTOGES OF BARRIER
R DUNES DUNES LOT 3 ORB .148/680
.MAP# EA '
PARCEl- "J"

176 13 .3 -tOr- F
S-- P.-L-O'')O v 1C,.1
UNIT NO HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
LSSI: COTTAGES OF BARRIER
-.K DUNES D "JIE LOT 4 ORB O'+8/680
MAP# EA
** *^ *..PARCEL J"'

i. -... 3 i 0634 -421R"*
S. 7 'R-121000 105.01
UNIT ,NO, H IBiS'5:-UL-8 .'-THE-iEi-. INC
--l. -1,si: CO7TTOGF.S 01- BARRIER .
R DUNES DUNES LOT E ORB 148/680
MAP ESA
S. PARCEL "J"

S176.1O3' 06345-430R
727' R-1201900 $1,572.90
UNIT NO. MC, INTOSH GEORGE C.
BARRIER DUNES U4IT NO. 130
R DUNESi ORB 122/287-88 FR BARRIER
DUNES .DEV,. CORP
MAP# O

06345-434R
NC ,.. 728 R--1202300 $2,132.03

Rl1-DP .MORGAN 'RAIG.M 8: Pi-1-IELI-4 A
R BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 34
6'' ,- ORB 142/786 FR BARRIER DUNES
CORP .
"MAPS# .5
06345-440R
4'105.01 729 R-1202900 $193.91
NC HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CARRIER CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
8/680-692 DUNES PARCEL "J" .341 AC M/L
ORB 148/680-692 FR FLOWERS
S, .MAPS E A "
"A" 06345-44-1R
730 ''R-'1203000 $19391
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
105.01 CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
-C DUNES PARCEL "G" '.151 AC M/L
!RRIER ORB 14 8/680-692 FR FLOWERS
580-692 ,MAP# EA
S063'+54-4'+2R
731' R-1203100 S193.91
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC'
C CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
O.i0501 DUNES PARCEL "H" .135 AC M/L
1C' ORB 148/680-692 FR FLOWERS
RRIER MAP# 5A
./680-692
06345-46ER
732 R-1203900 $1s361.23
A" NMC INTOSH GEORGE C, AS TRUSTEE
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 165
ORB 122/293-94 FR BARRIER
5460.6:3 DUNES DEV, CORP. 8: ORB 140/934
RSHIP -35 FR MC INTOSH
RRIER MAP# EA
192-197
ORP ,.' 06345-495ER
733 R-1206000 '.S2)14,.64
C-EL "B" HOBBY H.CLYDE TRUSTEE
BARRIER DUNES-UNIT NO. 195
ORB 1i2/862-864 FR BARRIER
$460.63 .DUNES DEV. CORP.
,C MAP# EA
RRIER 06345--496R
680-692 734 R-1206100 52 351.17
LUNDOUIST W.R, 8: MARGE
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO, 196
"C ORB 139/780 FR BARRIER DUNES
DEV. CORP.
MAP# SA
$460.63
[C 06345-632R
RRIER 735 R-1206900 s1,580,82
80-692 ELLIS JAMES L, 8: VIVIAN J,
SEACLIFF UNIT 2 BLDG A
ORB 121/4143-4"4 FR ALLIANCE
"C" GROUP
MAP# EA.

S460.63 0634E:-635R
C 736 R-12072-0 51.i50,.82
RRIER GRANT JAMES W. 8: GRADY W'.
680-692 SEACLIFF UNIT 5 BLDG A:
ORB 116/370 FR ALLIANCE GRO
UP MAP# 5A
"D" BLDG A

06345-636R
5460.63 737 R-12073'.0 Si,580.82
C SLAUGHTER TERRY D., 8: JENNIFER'.
RRIER SEACLIFF UNIT 6 BLDG n
680-692 ORB 118/335-36 FR Al.LIANCE:
GROUP
MAP# EA
"D" BLDG A


06345-638R
738 R-1207500 $1,580,82
CUNNINGHAM GENE R
SEACLIFF UNIT 2 BLDG B
ORB 122/964-65 FR ALLIANCE
GROUP
MAP# 5A

06345-643R
739 R-120800'0 S 580.82
ASSOCIATES PRINTING CO.
SEACLIFF UNIT 7 BLDG B
ORB 16/461 FR ALLIANCE COR
P. MAP# EA
BLDG B

06345-880R
7'+0 R-1209400 229. 47
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
S 25 T 8 R 12
F-i3 SECLUDED DUNES
ORB 148/693-694 FR SECLUDED
DUNES PARTNERSHIP' 8: ORB 148/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06346-OOER
741 R-1209900: $. 193.91
HANNON MARK A 8: L GLENN
S 36 T 8 R 12
LOT i SANDBAR BAY SUB; UNREC
ORB 151/386 FR. MALOY' ORB
i1S/387 FR RICHARDS
MAP# SD

063+46-035R
74:2 R-1210500 S189.92
MALOY MIKE :
S 36 T 8 R 12
LOT 7 SANDBAR BAY SUB., UNREC
ORB '153/854 GC FR .HANNON 8
STUBBS
MAP# D


06346-04SR
743 R-1210600 189.92.
BELLE BELINDA FAYE, *
S 36 T 8 R I12
LOT 9 SANDBAR BAY SUB) UNREC
RPB 160/948 A'A FR rliLO.'.ET AL.
1 P D ,


06346-05SR
"*44 R-.1210800 $189.92
'FE'C:OCt BILLY YON
S.'36 T 8 R 12 '
LOT 11 SANDBAR BAY SUB, UNREC
ORB 161/107 FR MALOY ET AL.
MAP# ED

06346-060R
S745 R-1210900 5189.92
PEACOCK BILLY Y'ON' ET AL
S 36 T 8 R 12
LOT .12 SANDBAR BAY SUB, UNREC
ORB 161/110 FR M.4LO',' ET AL
MAP# ED .

06346-070R 1 .''
746 R-1211100 ;;-. $189.92
PEH':OYf BILLY YON'ET AL
5 36 T 8 R'2
-'LOT 14 SANDBE-R BA, 5Ubi UNREC:
ORB 161/116 FI MRMLOY ET AL
MAP# SED'

06349-020R
74 7 R-1213200 HX 52,811.90
PIERGIOVANNI DALE,8: LISA "
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB 3
PG 11 TRACT 2 ORB 111/120 FR
ROCKHOLD LESS ORB 142/827 TO
DEAN 8: DARLA PIERGIOVANNT '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T. F..ROLL)

06349-022R
748 R-12L13400 HX $864.49
PIE'RGIOVRNNI DEAN 8 DnPLP
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD ..
PB 3 PG 11 i PORTION Of TR",:T
: BEING 7E X 168.79 FT O, :0
RD 3;)-E OR B I'2t* U Q-: C-F
(FOR FURTHER i.EGAlL SE T-. ROLL,

.. '5 349-0Q 9F .., -
749 R-1i1E40G > 33.71
LAND VENTURE ASSOCIATES
,S36 TS R12 5; X 259.16" STRIP
TO BAY BEING LAND NOT
INCLUDED IN PENINSULA ESTATES
SUBD. PLAT LESS ORB 91/867 TO
EVANS 8: ORB 96/856 TO PARKER

06349-15R
750 R-1216600 5197.47
KERBY MELVIN R, 8: BOBBIE J.
PENINSULA ESTATES PB 3 PG 11
LOT 3 OF AN UNREC PLAT
DIVIDING TRACT 3 ORB 113/614.
FR MEREDITH 1 .- ..
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06349-256R
751 R-1218200 5182.36
CHESTER E. WINSTON 8: GAIL G,
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3
PG 11 LOT 6 OF,TRACT 5
'ORB 134/905 FR COMBS
M4AP# 5ED

06349-258R
752 R-1218400 2205..012
CAPE TMM LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD, PB 3
PG 11 LOT 8 OF TRACT 5
ORB 160/534 sC FR WALSH
& ORB 161/837 COCD FR MARINKO'
MAP# ED

06349-261R
7S3 R--1218700 S189.92
BISESE PATRICK L. S: KAREN M.
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3
PG 11 LOT 11 OF TRACT 5 ORB
S107/28 FR COMBS
MAP# ED

06351-060R
754 .R-1224600 227.70
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AN UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION OF
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755 R-1224900 l S167.24
BURGESS JAMES P.
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756 R-i22500 S193.91
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