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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 19, 1994
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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INDUSTRY DEEP WATER PORT FINE PEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 19,1994


County Schools Graduating

106 at Port St. Joe High Monday; 52 at Wewahitchka High Friday


BRYAN BUTTS


JENNIFER CLARK


KRISTI DAVIS


MEGAN DEAN


TIM HATCHER


CAROLINE LISTER


Commencement exercises will
begin in Gulf County schools Fri-
day and continue through Mon-
day evening for 157 seniors grad-
uating this year. The graduates
represent an increase of 10 stu-
dents over the previous year.
The classes of 1.994 have a
large number of' graduates with
high honors and honors receiving
diplomas in exercises being: held
in Wewahitchka Friday evening
and in Port St. Joe Monday eve-
ning.


High Hono
PORT ST. JOE
HIGH SCHOOL


ERIC MONTEIRO


ERIN OLIVER


JAMIE PARRISH


TRACI PEIFFER


ERIC RAMSEY


WEWAHITCHKA
GRADUATING 52
Wewahitchka High school will-
present diplomas to 52 graduat-'
ing Seniors Friday night in cere-
monies conducted in the High1
School Gymnasium at 7:00 p.m.,
CT. The Wewahitchka High Gator
Sound Band will provide the mu-
sic for the Processional and reces-
sional.
High honor graduate Mari
Goodrich will deliver the gradua-
tion address for the class.


r Graduates
WEWAHITCHKA
HIGH SCHOOL


TAMMY DAVIS


HEATHER GOODWIN


SMARI GOODRICH


JESSICA HAYES


JEREMY PRIDGEON


Other members of the senior
class on the program include:
Heather Goodwin.' Invocation;
Shebretla Daniel, Pledge of Alle-
giance; Jeremy Pridgeon, Wel-
come: Lashonda Small, Class
Song; Tammy Davis, Farewell Ad-
dress and Kelly Cunningham,
Benediction.
Senior sponsors, Sue Dickens
and Dawn Grace, will recognize
seniors receiving awards.
Graduating with high honors
will .be: Tammy Davis, Heather
Goodwin. Marl Goodrich, Jessica
Hayes and Jeremy Pridgeon.
: Graduating with honors in-
clude: Connie Lanier, Michael
Morgan, Amy Rich. Cathy Tre-'
main and Beau Whitfileld.
Principal Larry Mathes will
present the Class of 1994 and
Superintendent Walter Wilder will
present diplomas.
A complete list of the Wewa-
hitchka students graduating is on
page three of this issue. \
BACCALAUREATE
Baccalaureate services will be
held for Port St. Joe High School
Sunday evening in the R. Marion
Craig Coliseum for the graduating
seniors, their parents and
friends, In an interdenomination-
al worship service. Gulf County
schools are among the few in the
nation to still have Baccalaureate
ceremonies for its senior classes.
Rev. Jirrimy Clark, pastor of
the Highland View Baptist
Church will deliver the Baccalau-
reate sermon. Other ministers on
;the program are Rev. R. H. Ander-
son, Rev. J.rry Huft and Rev.
,Dave Ferrg.dez. Mrs. Ann Com-
forter will provide special music.
PORTI.T.'JOE HIGH
GRADUATION ACTIVITIES
E' Monday night, at 8:00 p.m.,
'ET, ceemonies will be held for
Vl(0,6 -Port. St., Joe High School
raoates, (E -Ah pve;,their dipla..
.ffma. The activities will be held in
.'the Coliseum.
This year's senior class has
11 high honor graduates: Bryan
Butts, Jennifer Clark, Kristi Da-
vis, Megan Dean, Tim Hatcher,
Caroline Lister, Eric Monteiro,
Erin Oliver, Jamie Parrish, Tracle
Pelffer and Eric Ramsey.
Seniors will enter the Coll-
seum to the Processional played
by the high school band under
the direction of Mitch Bouington.
The Class Welcome will be
given by Brant Bizek. Commence-
ment speeches will be delivered
by high honor graduates Tim
Hatcher and Jamle Parrish.
Twenty organizations, colleg-
es and corporations will give sev-
eral awards during the evening.
to top achiever students in the
class of 1994.
Diplomas will be presented
by Walter Wilder. Superintendent
of Schools; Wes Taylor,, Principal;
Chris Earley and Charles Os-
borne.
The Seniors are giving special
recognition this year to retiring
sponsors,: of many years, Alice
Machen and Martha Sanborn.
A complete list of the Port St.
Joe students graduating is on'
page three of this issue.


Preparations

for Evacuation
Port St. Joe's emergency,
medical and health care commu-.
nities gathered Monday in order
to begin making preparations for
evacuation of people not able to
care'for themselves in the event
of a hurricane or other life-
threatening disaster.
Dr. Owen Oksanen chaired
the first meeting of the organiza-
tion saying: "We need to see how
many people can actually answer
the call of an emergency, what we
will have to transport the people
we need to evacuate and where
we will take them."
the theme of the organization
was to identify specific facilities
and people the evacuation pro-
cess can count on. Committees
were named to gather specific in-
formation so rescue groups would
know exactly what is needed. "For
instance," Dr. Oksanen said, "We
have only one stretcher-bound
patient at the present time in the
nursing home. How many others
are there out there and what will
we transport them in?"
The group agreed on an exer-
cise in the next few weeks, to test
their preparedness and how
many will be actively involved in
the actual evacuation.


Park Named, Dust,


Rattlesnakes, Call


for Board Attention

Park Named In Honor of MayorPate;
Snakes, Dust, Bothersome Problem


The City Commission had its
meeting experience a varied agen-
da Tuesday night, with the mat-
ters of naming a' city park, rattle-
snakes slithering rampantly in a
portion of the residential section
-and a continuing problem with:
dust and dirt plaguing a neigh-
borhood, to deal with.
SOn a motion made by Com-
missioner Johnny Linton. the
four members of the board unani-
mously approved the name of
"Frank Pate, Jr. Park" as the
name of the new city park which
will be built this year on property
recently acquired by the city near
the City Pier.
Mayor Pate humbly accepted
the honor, noting that there were
others who were more desenrving
than himself. City attorney Wil-
liam J. Rish read a proclamation
naming the park, noting the 24
years of service to the city by
Mayor Pate.
Development work designed
to enhance the park's use by the
public is only awaiting approval


of several state permits. The de-
sign of the park has been com-
pleted and the money secured to
finance the project
SNAKES, SNAKES, SNAKES
An over-abundance of snakes
appear to be crawling this year,
according to Commissioner Lin-
ton. He reported to' the board that
he had received complaints of rat-
tlesnakes creating a dangerous
situation to the home owners on
the north side of Cypress Avenue
between 20th Street and the Ele-
mentary School.
Linton said he had reports of
one home owner. Gus Griffin,
whose pet dog was bitten by a
large rattler in his back yard. An-
other resident in the vicinity. Nor-
man Bixler, said he had four of
the snakes in his yard at one
time. Another neighbor. Eddie
Summers, reportedly found one
in his dog pen.
Linton suggested the city
needed to see if. 'We can do
(See ACTION on Page 7)


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On hand for the open house ceremony were Representa-
tive Robert Trammell, County Commission Chairman War-
ren Yeager, Trammell's assistant, Myra Mathis, and Commis-
sioners Billy, Traylor and Michael Hammond.


Old Courthouse


Is "Resurrected"
Wewahitchka held open house for thfe newly refurbished for-
mer Gulf County Courthouse Tuesday evening, with a communi-
'ty-wide picnic arranged by the Wewahitchka Chamber of Com-
merce, and Its president, Caroline Husband.
Master of Ceremonies Billy Traylor, county commissioner
from district two, gave recognition to several people and organi-
zations. involved with the rehabilitation of the stately old build-
ing, which, according to architect Charles Arthur Gaskin, "Was
resurrected, not restored!" The old building was "in a mess" Ga-
skin said, "due to water pouring In when it rained, and the
building being left open for several years for people to vandalize
what was left of the furnishings and break windows".
Traylor gave special recognition to Representative Robert
Trammell, who went to bat to save the old building with historic
restoration grants.
THREE DIFFERENT GRANTS
Traylor gave credit to Trammell for securing three separate
grants for the restorative work which was first initiated in 1987..
Work on the restoration was started in 1989, with the first grant
of $146,000, which effectively took care of all the needed outside
work, including the roof. Another grant of $103,000 was ap-
proved later, which started renovation of the inside of the build-
ing. A third grant was secured to complete the renovation work
and install an elevator, which the government has said must be
placed in the building to make all offices accessible to the pub-
lic.
George Y. Core, Clerk of the Court for many years, spoke
briefly telling a few stories of the old building. Core said he had
the original deed drawn for the land occupied by the building.
"Charlie Morgan gave a full block for the building back in 1928,
when the first Gulf County budget was adopted. I also have the
original budget." Core said he' had rescued several old docu-
ments from being thrown out in years past,. including the origi-
nal petitions filed by both Wewahitchka and Port St. Joe, to be-
come Gulf County's county seat when it was first formed back in
1925.
Fisher Construction Company has been the prime contractor
for the renovation work, which has faithfully followed the origi-
nal design of the building.
The entire building has now been rented out for office space.


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PAGE TWO .-THURSDAY, MAY 19,1994


Jidodals. JnI.JH


Another


Year


:ANOTHER SCHOOL' YEAR is fast coming to a close. Just
five more classroom days remain until alL-students will be free
for the summer. Can you believe it? Where has the time gone?
We adults are commiserating over how fast the time has
passed and the kids are heaving a sigh of relief, rendering a
pained expletive, "I thought it would never end!" -
Different strokes for different folks. ,
The school year has passed us by and a class of seniors is
now seriously thinking of what they will do with their lives.'
Where will they go to college? Where will the money come from'?
[It's about this time in life when one realizes the hard reality that
it takes money to gain the things desirable in life.] It's also the
time when one begins to realize the ways to get money are limit-
ed. He can inherit it, work for it or steal it.
IF A STUDENT HAS applied himself to his studies during
his school years, he will have no trouble with working for what
he has. He's prepared to start learning. If he hasn't applied him-
self, he's going to have a hard time coping with the future. It's
probably this young person who gravitates toward a life of crime.
or at least, living on the edge of a life of crime.
More and more kids are getting involved in criminal activi-
ties, causing our nation to be one in distress. It's a shame so
many adults in this nation must live in fear of what the youth of
today can and will do to them.
In many places, in these United States, elderly people must
barricade themselves inside their abode to protect themselves
from rampaging youth.
' THIS IS A PARADOX in our country, because our nation
has some of the finest young people and young adults found
anywhere in the world. They are socially conscious and deter-
mined to improve the world in which they live.
Such are the earnest graduates from our nation's high
schools this month.
In Gulf County, the greater majority of graduating students
can tell you without even giving it a second thought, they are go-
ing to college. They plan to take advantage of the offer to make
something of themselves.
LET US HOPE THERE will be enough embarking on a posi-
tive life-style that we will no longer be making a run on our gun
stores to purchase protectionifor ourselves and our family. The
newspapers the other day told how gun sales have reached a
record level in Florida. It all came from newspaper advertising.
That is newspapers advertising about this one being killed and
that one being killed.
Let's pray our latest crop 6f graduates will have a good influ-
ence on the morals of our nation.


Another State Champ
ONCE AGAIN WE HAVE a state champion in athletics here
in our midst. Our track and field team has defeated every other
class AA track and field team in the state of Florida to be the
best there is. When you're fhe best there is, you set the pattern.
You're on top of the heap.--Lets fac'Eit, 'ou'rW'the best!
S.Take a look at the team. Th@ee'sisa bnc of achievers there.
Tley achieve on their own as-well -is'with the team. Just the
percentages of A and B students in Port St. Joe High School,
let's you know there are ati least four top-notch students among
the group. They set stiff goals for themselves. They are accus-
tomed to excelling. I
THERE IS -ONE boy among the group which we personally
know to be a motivated individual. He was regular visitor at
our home when he was just a young child of maybe five years
old. He couldn't wait to become old enough to go to school; to
participate in sports, to learn, to be a part of the learning sys-
tem. Going to school is all he talked about. Now, he Is a senior
and a fine looking, courteous young man who isn't ashamed to
use his good manners. /
We're not surprised he is a state champion. We're sure the
others on the team are just as driven to excel. They wouldn't be
champions, otherwise. I
THIS YEAR, THE basketball and track and field teams won
state championships. The baseball and football teams made seri-
ous runs at the state title. But for one game of sloppy play in
their seasons, they might have been right up there with the bas-
ketball and track teams.' Wouldn't that be something! having
Port St. Joe teams in all four sporting activities as state champi-
ons!
Then the entire state will know, as we know, what champi-
ons our young people are.


unker Down with Kes


II

I never will forget my Dad at
my high school graduation. He
didn't say nothing. I mean, folks I
hardly knew were coming by out
In that hall and giving me great
big hugs. The senior sponsors
were running around like chick-.
ens with their heads cut off trying
to line us all up. Buddy and Yogi
and Hollis hadn't even got there
yet. Mr. Johnson was admonish,
ing us to "act like adults" and.
"not embarrass the school, the
community, our parents, the flag.
Miss Brooks, Ozzie and Harriet,
the Archbishop of Canterbury...
Mother was a' hugging me, wiping
away a tear. telling me how proud
she was, explaining to everyone
that came by what a special, spe-
cial day; then she'd straighten my
tie and hug me again, and wipe
away a tear and tell me how
proud ....


by Kesley Colbert


Jpon Further Review


My Dad didn't say a word. He
didn't congratulate me. He didn't
shake my hand. He didn't say
good job. He didn't say "that-a-
way, son." He just kinda stood
over behind mom looking most
uncomfortable. Shoot, he was
just barely civil othe passers-by
that spoke. You'd almost think he
didn't want to be here. He
seemed, to be honest with you.
disinterested in the whole thing.
Buddy and Hollis showed up.
Everybody except my Father
cheered. He never even turned
around. Surely he heard the com-
motion. What could he be think-
ing? I started to say something to
him but Miss Polly began shooing
the parents into the auditorium.
Mother gave me the last hug
and once over-my eyes lifted
above and beyond her shoulder-
I met his gaze head on. It was an
Instant that lasted a lifetime. We
were suspended momentarily in
time. Nothing or no one else mat-
tered. What was this man I so
loved and admired thinking? I
searched his face, looking for -
I don't know what- -Approval?
Justification? That I had passed


muster? That after a review of the
past eighteen years, he wouldn't
trade me for Bobby Brewer or
Ricky Hale? Or throw me back?
He gave a quick, :half. ,nod,, took ,.
Mother's arm and disappeared
down the corridor. w .
He never said a word.
We marched, for the last time
ever, into that auditorium amid
much "pomp and circumstance".
My Dad never graduated from
high school. Maybe that's why he
looked so out of place tonight-so
lost. "Course. he, was big on edu-
cation. It was one of those reverse
things. He didn't have the formal
schooling. .but his boys were
dang sure going to get it. He un-
derstood and felt the importance
of it more than most.
It was dark and I couldn't
find where they were seated. Mr.
Johnson had warned us not to
"turn and gawk". I wondered if
Dad was looking at me right now?
Some speaker went on and
on about us being the future
leaders, about the great paths
that lay before us. .1 wasn't
"'looking" In that direction. I was
thinking about me and Dad re-


pairing an old lence gate some
twelve or thirteen years earlier.
The hammer weighed as much as
I did. "Son. don't peck at that nail
with little granny licks. 'Rare'
back and hit it like a man." Dad
drove six nails while I pecked
away. Halfway down on my twen-
ty-seventh peck I froze in mid
flight as I felt Dad's hammer whiz
past my right ear. WHIAML He
drove my nail near 'bdut plum
through the rock-hard ioak. He
didn't make a habit out of telling
you something twice. Folks-I
went to driving nails like a
man....
A few years before the ham-
mering lesson Dad let David and I
ride with him as he unloaded
some hogs in Tupelo. Mississippi.
It was cold. I mean bone chilling
cold. Dave- and I backed up as
close as we could to that old
stockyard wood heater. The backs
of our brand new Christmas jack-
ets melted. Mother jumped on us
good about ruining two coats be-
fore they were a week old-money
was never mentioned but we had
so precious little-Dad stopped
(See KESLEY- Page 3)


If u Go to the Beach, the FiftJ


DOES IT MAKE you feel glad
all over, like Pollyanna. to know
that you live inm the location in.
this old world which boasts the
finest beaches in the land? Oh,
you didn't know you did?,
Well now you know. Does it
give you a real good feeling right
here, to know you are so fortu-
nate? [He said as he patted the
pit of his stomach]
You knew, of course, that I'm
not all that smart. I can see you
-now, shaking your head and say-
ing, "How does -that stupid jerk
knoZ* I live in the area of the fin- .
est beaches in these United
States? Is it just his idea? What,'
is he basing such a brash state-
ment on'? What does' he. know
about beaches? Does he know
'enough about them to make such
a statement? 'Is he a beach ex-
: pert? .. : .- '.
'. The answers are: I read it:. no;
Somebody else's claim; no; defl-
Snitely no; in that order.


I'M RELYING ON ONE Ste-
phen Leatherman, geologist for
the University of Maryland for my
information. Isn't it funny how we
will accept the word of just any-
body on something nice, but a de-
gree-carrying expert can argue a
point until he is blue in the face
trying to convince us that some-
thing we own. are involved in. re-
lated to, or our idea; is badly
Well. I'm ready to believe this
I was just sitting here at this Mac
Apple trying to think of some-
- thing to write a column about,'
Just wishing someone would an-
nounce that one of. our area


beaches Is one of the best beach-
es in the world. I thought that
would make a subject for a col-
umn. Since I'm just getting
warmed up about this far Into the
column, I don't know yet if it will
fill the 114 picas necessary to fill
the allotted space I'm allowed
eachweek.
BUT, LETS QUIT stuttering
around and -get down to brass
tacks on the "where" and the
"'why" and just what was said
about our beaches. .
I. knew they were pretty good
beaches, even though it has been
about a decade since I last went


h Best Beach In S. Is Here-,

swimming, or dipped my toe in aire the fifth best in the nation. claim as being among .the best.
the water. I know that isn't all St. Andrews Recreation Area in Would it surprise Myou. to'
you do with beaches. You drive Panama City is number four and know that one ofthese is in Mas-:;
on them, walk on them, fish from Kaunaoa, Hawaii is sixth. I've al- sachusetts? One is inNorth Caro-
them. build sand castles, and etc. ways wanted to go to Hawaii, but lIna and the other two in New.
.'. I quit driving on the beaches now I'm not -so, sure. Would it be York. '. ,, .: .
because the last time I went driv- a let-down; coming from the fifth There s,,some pretty "nice digs:
ing over the sand. I nearly ran nicest beach in the United States fn this list of beaches. There's Or-
over a couple of college students to go visit the sixth best beach? acoke :sland:iri',North Carolina.'.'- '
I. ing, naked, on the sand, getting it might also be interesting to hear Cape Hatteras; The Hawa -
a suntan. The college students-a know that the- absolutely best ian Islands, Perdido Key; Clam
couple of girls and a boy-didn't ,beach one can visit in the United Pass in Jacksonville, several state
stir themselves to cover up, even $States is 'at Grayton' Beach: just a parks in Florida and'Westhamp- '.
though they had to have heard few miles to our west. The second ton Beach in New York. That puts ;-:
that Jeep without a muffler com- best is in Kaioua, Hawaii [next us In some pretty heavy territory.','
ing a ways off.. The boy fishing, door to Kounaoal and the, third asbeaches:go. ....
just kept on fishing and the ones ":,best is Calades1'island State Park EATHRMAN RANKS the
sunbathing, just kept on bathing. ;:in Dunedin' .. LEATHERMAN -,RANKS the.
Wejust kept on dri\ingl 20 best beaches, based on beauty
They apparently thought Gulf IT'S:ALSO INTERESTING to and cleai water. I don't really
County beaches were among the- note that in the list of the 20 best know if he has visited- all the
best in the United States arnd ;'beaches in the United states. 12 beaches, In the United .States to
would .give therm a quality sun, of them are located here"in',Flbri- arrive, at. his decision, but he.
Stan. This was' before' the an- '-,-da. They stretch, from Pensacola must have.. some first hand .
nouncement had been made ,,to the Florida Keys. Four o.f-the" knowledge of the beaches;..
Since that time-a few years ,'top 20 are' in Hawaii. Thabtonly .. Makes you want to go squish
Ssince-Leatherman has ma hs made his waves four beaches for these for entire 'and between your toes.,' doesn't '
"announcement. Gulfrs Beaches I.'remainder of the United States to it? ,


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THE___ STAR. POTS.JE F HRDY.MY1.194Df5


Happiness Is -
-Finding a $5 bill on the floor in a book store in the Panama City
Mall.
-Having a sqn graduate from college and take over all his bills.
-Having a job that keeps you busy from daylight 'til dark. Well, it's
better than not having any work to do.
-Seeing someone who deserves it get it!
-Seeing the last of your children graduate from high school.
-Having a grandchild to love, but you don't have to change dia-
pers. -
-Driving to Panama City each and every day. (Who am I kidding?)
-Getting a little money back on your Income tax.
-Spending that little bit of money before you get it. (A carry over.
from my college days.)
-Smelling that coffee brewing in the early morning. :
-A good, clean shave before you have that first cup.
-Reading good news in the morning paper.
-Having a little bit of money after the first of the month when the
bills are paid. ,
---Going to a class reunion and visiting with old friends.
-Seeing retired people that are healthy and happy. I know several.
--Giving someone you love or admire a good old-fashioned hug.
-Taking a walk on a cool, spring evening with your spouse.
-A family eating a meal together and talking.
-Visiting relatives you haven't seen in years..
-The warm feeling you get sitting in church on Sunday morning.
-Dreaming abut all the good things you will do 'when you win the
lottery, although you know you probably never will.
-A vine-ripened tomato sandwich with mayo and salt and pepper,
please.
-Thinking you're a little bit ahead in the race, whether you are or
n ot., ... ,
-A day at the beach with the family. Food never tastes so good as
it does when eaten at the beach. .
-Knowing you are reading this article. Thank you.


Adults to Graduate--

Receive Diplomas Tuesday
Gulf County Adult School will E.D.T. in the R. Marion Craig Col-
hiold its graduation exercises on seum of Port St. Joe High
Tuesday, May 24, at 8:00 p.m., School.


"H hazardous" Unit


Collects Waste
Rosemary Bocker, director of the hazardous waste collection
unit which came to Port St. Joe Sunday said "over 80 citizens
took advantage of the special offer to rid themselves of solid
waste which could cause them problems in the future." She said
the participation by local citizens and organizations was very
good. "It was above the average response we have received from
other communities," she said.
The unit came here from Leon County on arrangements by
Gulf County solid waste director, Joe Danford.
Danford said several extremely hazardous objects were
turned in, including an old can of ether, several containers of
DDT and an herbicide container, partially empty containing a
chemical of the same ingredients which made up Agent Orange.
'The largest portion of our hazardous waste was old batter-
ies, paint cans, herbicides, pesticides and various chemicals,"
-Danford said. He said the county still hasn't received a report of
the weight of Gulfs contribution to the collection, but said it was
"considerable".


Dykes Named

Hospital Adm.
Emerald Coast, Hospital in
Apalachicola is proud to an-
nounce the appointment of Ken-
neth' Dykes as. Administrator.
*) Originally -from MfI-area, he was
born in Panama City and was
raised in Port St. Joe, where he
graduated from high school with
honors. He then attended Florida
Stale University and received his
bachelor of science degree in
business administration. After
graduation, he went on to receive
his masters' degree in public ad-
ministration from Golden Gate
University, San, Francisco, CA.


Kesley
From Page 1
her in mid-sentence, "Honey; let,
the boys be, .it was cold." 'He
would get on us, too, mind you.
He whipped us, sometimes often
and always hard, but it was for
messing up-not for being cold.
And the ball games we
played! He was never too tired to
pitch :to us. He built that back
stop down in the field below the
house....
It came my' tirn. For the life
of me I can't remember why I was,
giving a talk at graduation. I,
mumbled through my prepared
statements pertaining to our
growth and scholastic develop-
ment during our sojourn through
old MHS. I believe I thanked all
e) the appropriate people. My mind
was not on that speech-even as I
was giving it....
I was wondering what he
thought of me, right now, at this
minute. Do you suppose he even
remembers teaching, me to ham-
mer or standing up -for' us in the
Jacket burning incident or that'
old back stop. .. :
It was so dark out in the au-
dience I couldn't see 'if he ap-
plauded or not when I finished.
'Afterwards, mother was a'
hugging me, wiping away a tear,
telling me how proud-Dad put
his hand on my shoulder and for
that second time that night our'
eyes met. This time I caught it.
He wouldn't trade me for Bobby
Brewer! The respect was there-it
was so evident. There was also
some fear and a little confusion.
My Dad was having some trouble
'with this night, too. The nod was
a little slower, a little more pro-
nounced before he turned away.
He still never said a word. y s.
That was twenty-nine years
ago and you don't know the times'
I studied on that night and the
change that took place in our re-
lationship., He died without us
ever discussing it. ,
My eighteen year- old son
graduates from high school next
# week.
Dad, I'm Just now-beginning'
to understand....
Respectfully,
Your Son


The commencement address
will be delivered by Rev. David
-Fernandez. Diplomas will be
awarded by B. Walter Wilder, Su-
perintendent of Schools. The in-
vocation and benediction will be
conducted by Rawlls Leslie, a
Port St. Joe business man
Everyone Is cordially invited
to attend...,.


In the photo above, crews handling the hazardous waste
pack drums of the debris, sealing them for transport. In the
smaller photo, a technician unloads a car delivering waste for
the collection as Rosemary Bocker, foreground, goes over to in-
terview the contributor. The collection team kept records of every
facet of the participation, from where the people learned of their
visit, to what their hazardous wastecontained.
.. ... .... .o .... ...- .. ..


Gulf County Graduates for 1994

Port St. Joe High Graduating Seniors


Jenny Louise Acree, Arthur Terrell Ad-
dison, Stephen Michael Alles. Cedrick Fell-
dar Alexander, Sharika Sherrell Allen, Me-
llssa Renee Anderson, Cedric Dion
Anthony, Shannan Louise Antley, James
Brian Ard: ":
Timothy Terrell Baker, Brant Ron BI-
zek, Sherry Lavetta Bolden, Jill Lee Bryan,
Kelly Ann Burkett, Bryan Jeffrey Butts;
Clinton Howard Campbell. Tonya Lu-
ci' lle Carpenter, Jennifer Ann Clark, Joshua
Kesley Colbert. Clay Shannon Cox, John.
Francis Cullen;
.Kristi Nchole Davis, Darion Anthony
Dawson, Jr., Willie James Dawson, Jr.,
Megan Michelle Dean. Lee Walter Duren;
Jeremy Joseph Engle. Elisa Marie
Eyslee;
Sherry Lashone Fennell, Shelley
Ryann Fettinger, Latasha Cameko Fox-
worth, Anthony Michael Francis. Andrew.
Wayne Frasure; .
David Carl;Goodson:
Crystal Ann Hall, Bruce Lee Haney,
Jason, Matthew Hanna. Timothy Wayne
Hatcher, Zyris Jahada Hill. Kara Michelle
Hogue MayLee Huft;..
a .icard Cornell Jones,. Gregory La-
mont Julius;-
Kellie Renree Kennngon, Elizabeth
Ann Kosin, Lenka Kucerova':
"Tonya Lee Lavole, Kevin Eugene Lee,
Kenneth Michael Lemleux James Bradford
Lemclcux, Leikelsha Louise Lemon, Caroline
EliLzabeth Lister.
Christe Danielle Maestri, Thor Ed-
ward Maestri, 'Dana Ann Maige, Kendra
Diane McDaniel, Shalonda ShaunTreall,
McNeal; ,
Rusty Lee Minger, Eric Paul Monteiro,
Danielle Marie Moore;
Joseph' Alan Newberry, Christopher J.



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Wendy Judith Whilfield. Rita Nichole Wild-
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Lajuan Shakur Zacarro.


Wewahitchka High Graduating Seniors
Kyra ,Denise Ae. William S. Arm- Connie Marlin Lanier. Wendy Lynette
strong. Loftin, Edward Otis Loomis. Lisa Dianne
Roy Lee Carter, Shandreka Lakesia Love, John B. Lynn.
Caster, Brad Causey. Norberto Padua Kyle Nelson McLemore, Michael Jack-
Chan. Jeremy Robert Chase. Norris Antho- son Morgan, Brad Dewayne Myers.
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Mari Elizabeth .Goodrich, Heather Amy Marie Rich. Daniel Sims. Ill. Jon-
Dawn Goodwin, Bobby Joe Gray, John Mil- athan Lamar Sims. LaShonda Irene Small,
',ton Guffey, Sarah Elizabeth Gunn. : Christopher J. Spann.'
Perry Lee Hall. Jessica Mary Haves. Stephen Daniel Taunton, Catherine
Jeffrey Walter Holmes Alice Tremain.
e .W l Wt Thomas- Charles West. Beau Wayne
Tonya Michelle Johnson, Melvin Ross Whitfield, Gwendolyn Lynett Williams,
Jones, John Robert King. Monica Jeanine Wood.


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Davis Is
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Beasley
and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis are
pleased to announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Debbie
Davis, to David D. Childress, Jr.,
of Port St. Joe.
Debbie is a 1987 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and a
graduate of Gulf Coast Communi-


Engaged
ty College. She is currently serv-
ing in the U. S. Army at Fort Ben-
ning, GA.
David is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. David D. Childress, Sr., of
Pensacola. He is presently em-
ployed with Aragon Services of At-
lanta, GA. Wedding plans will be
announced at a later date.


.Lynne Renfro & Chris Jones


Debbie Davis


Engaged
Kristin Renfro is proud to an- nounce the upcoming marriage of
her mother, Lynne Wilder Renfro
S-. to Christopher David Jones.
S"._ Lynne is a graduate of Port St.
Joe High School and is presently
A t a ^ 'attending Gulf Coast Community
SCollege. She is employed by The
Gulf County Clerk's Office. Lynne
is the daughter of jimmy and Su-
san Wilder of Port St. Joe and,
Lloyd and Marny Barraclough of
Orlando. She is also the grand-
daughter of Myrtice "Mema" Wild-
er. Chris is from Palatka and is a
graduate of North Carolina State
University. He is currently emin-
ployed by St. Joe Forest Products
Company as a Chemical Engi-
neer. Chris is the son of Blaine
S, and Nelda Jones of Palatka.


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Darrell and Stacie


To Wed May 27th
Mr. and Mrs. Derrell Chitty do, the couple will reside in Tho-
ire pleased to announce the en- masville, Georgia, where Darrel
sagement and approaching mar- will attend Thomas Technical In-
lage of their daughter, Stacie Mi- stitute.


chelle, to Darrell Ray Tull, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Tull. Stacie
is currently employed with the
Gulf County Clerk's Office. Dar-
rell is a 1994 graduate of Gulf
Coast community College, where
he received his Associates Degree
in General Education. The wed-
ding is planned for May 27th.
There will be a reception immedi-
ately following the ceremony at
the new home of Darrell and
Rhonda Tull in Jones Homestead.
After a brief honeymoon in Orlan-





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Harlotte Bolden
Bolden Receives'
National Award
1 Harlotte M. Bolden has re-
cently been named a United
States National Award winner In
Honor Roll and Leadership by the
United States Achievementt:Acad-
emy.
This award is a prestigious
honor very few students can ever
hope to attain. In fact, the Acade-
my recognizes less than ten pert
cent of all .American high school
students.
Harlotte, who attends Port St.
Joe High School, was nominated
for this award by Carolyn Rish, a
guidance counselor at the school.
She will appear in the United
States Achievement Academy
Yearbook, published nationally.
Harlotte is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Bolderi. Her
grandmother is Iris Bolden, also
of Port St. Joe.

Kindergarten
Graduates
Graduation exercises for K-5
students of Faith Christian
School will be held tonight. May
19, at 7 p.m. at Long Avenue
Baptist Church. Short programs
by the students of K-3, K-4. and
K-5 will entertain parents and
friends before the graduates are
presented with their diplomas.
(See photo on Page 2B1)


The ceremony is planned for
June 18,hat 12:00 p.m. in the Fel-
lowship .Hall at the First Baptist
Church. Brother Howard Brown--
ing-will perform the ceremony.- All.-
friends and family are invited to
attend.


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Traylor Addresses


Woman's Club


Billy Traylor, Gulf County
Commissioner, was guest speaker
at the April meeting of the Wewa-
hitchka Woman's Club. This was
the club's last regular monthly
meeting of the 1992-1994 admin-
istration. Mr. Traylor's presenta-
tion was on conservation and cov-"
ered "garbage disposal, recycling,
landfills, toxic waste, etc. within
the county and actions being tak-
en by the Couity Commissioners
to correct, these problem areas.
This was truly a most enlighten-
ing program. 'Barbara Shirley-
Scott, club conservation depart-
ment chairman, was in charge of
program arrangements.
Dottle Taylor, Club President,
chaired a short business meeting
following the program. Election of
officers for the 1994-1996 admin-
istration was held and the follow-.
ing members will be installed at
the" club's annual banquet to be
held at.'yree's Restaurant, Wewa,


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on May 23: President, Betty
Cudebec; First Vice President,
Hazel Bryant; Second Vice Presi-
dent; Sue Abreu; Treasurer, Mary
Pridgeon; Secretary, Ruth Hall.
The meeting devotional was
given by Pat .Stripling and the
hostesses were Ann Surber, Dor-
is Pridgeon, and Feral Greer. Ra-
chel Griffin and Hazel Quick won
the monthly door prizes.
STATE CONVENTION
The Twin Towers Hotel and
Convention Center, Orlando, was
the site of the GFWC Florida Fed-
eration of Women's Clubs 1994
annual convention. Dottle Taylor,
president of the Wewahitchka
Woman's Club, was among the
1,100 Florida club women attend-
ing this 99th annual event.
The workshops conducted by
state officers and chairmen of-
fered new and exciting ideas for
club projects and programs.
The highlight of the conven-
tion was the installation of the
GFWC Florida Federation of
Women's Clubs officers for the
1994-1996 admriistration. In-
coming president, Bert Alberti,
has been a federated club woman
for 33 years. Bert served as an
FFWC state chairman for six
years, and under her leadership
Florida won general federation of
women's clubs awards in commu-
nity education, conservation of
natural resources and member-
ship. She studied journalism at
Florida International. University
and earned a liberal arts degree
and master's degree in English
from Barry University. She cur-
rently teaches an English course
at that university and Is assistant
to the executive editor at the Mia-
mi Herald Publishing Company.


Anthony Paul Ritto
New Addition
Robert Anthony Ritto and
Paula Besore Ritto are proud to
announce the birth of their son,
Anthony Paul Ritto.
Anthony was born April 26 at
4:28 p.m. at Sacred heart Hospi-
tal in Pensacola. He weighed eight
pounds, thirteen and one-half
ounces, and was twenty-two inch-
es long. Welcoming Anthony'
home was his big sister, Chelsey,
ttwo and one-half years old.
Anthony is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Besore of Port
St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs. John
Ritto of West Palm Beach.

Over-Nighter

For Scouts
There will be an over-nighter
training session at the Program
and Training Center, 705 E. 12th
Street in Lynn Haven, for "Day
Camp Aides"--girls between the
ages of 14-17 who want to assist
at the Girl Scout summer day
camp to be held in Port St. Joe.
The training session begins at
6 p.m. CT on Friday, May 20, and
will end on Saturday morning at
11 a.m. The girls must eat their
evening meal Friday before arriv-
ing at the Training Center. Friday
night snacks, Saturday breakfast,
and lunch will be provided. The
cost for registered. Girl Scouts is
free,'and cost for non-registered
girls is $6.
S A permission slip, sleeping.
bag and pillow, change of clothes,
and personal hygiene products
are required, as well as closed toe
shoes and socks.'
For more information, call
271-0902 or 227-7287.

Adult Advisory
There will be a meeting of the
Gulf County Adult School Adviso-
ry Council on Thursday, May 19.
Instructors, students, parents
and interested agencies, organiza-
tions, or individuals are invited to
attend. The meeting will be held
at 5:00 p.m., E.D.T. at the Adult
School. ,


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Jacque Staab of Port St. Joe
is pleased to announce the en-
gagement and forthcoming mar-
riage of her daughter, Kathleen
Hope Carrillo, to Jack L. Patter-
son of Panama City. He is the son
of Mrs. Jacqueline Patterson 'of
Panama City..
Kathleen is the granddaugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Robin-
son of Port St. Joe. She is a 1987
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School and attended Gulf Coast


Community College.
Jack Is the grandson of Mar-
jorie McDowell of Panama City.
He's a 1989 graduate of Ruther-
ford High School and is currently
employed with Bruno's, Inc.,
The wedding is planned for
June 4, at 3 p.m., E.D.T. at First
Baptist Church in Port St. Joe, A
reception will be held in the
church social hall immediately
follows the ceremony. All friends
and family are invited to attend.


DAR Gives ROTC


Awards at Banquet


The Saint Joseph Bay Chap-
ter, NSDAR, sponsored its annual
outstanding High School ROTC
awards presentation at a banquet
held at the Port St. Joe High
School on May 12. Presenting the
awards on behalf of the Saint Jo-
seph Bay Chapter was Leona W.
Mahler, Chairman, National De-
fense Committee.
Nominees for this award were
chosen by Commander James
McLeod from among his seventy-
five Navy Junior ROTC cadets of
Wewahitchka and Port St. Joe
Highs Schools. To be eligible a

K.ID.S Accepting
Pre-Registration
K.I.D.S. is now accepting pre-
registration for their three and
four year old programs. Program-
ming will begin in August and
run the duration of the next
school term. Class enrollment is
limited and children will be ac-
cepted on a first come first serve
basis. For questions and informa-
tion call: Port St. Joe K.I.D.S. at
227-7440 or Wewahitchka
K.I.D.S. at 639-2959.


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qualities of dependability and
good character, adherence to mil-
itary discipline, leadershiip ability
and a fundamental and patriotic
understanding of the importance
of ROTC training.
Receiving the bronze ROTC
medals were, John Hostrop for
Wewahlitchka High School and
Serena Littleton for Port St. Joe
High School. Congratulations and
best wished to these outstanding
young people.

Gulf Follies

Postponed
Due to circumstances beyond
their control, the Port St. Joe Ro-
tary Club and G.A.R C. will have
to postpone the Gulf Follies Re-
vue until some time in the fall.
The great response from volun-
teer entertainers from Gulf,
Franklin, and Bay counties has
been greatly appreciated.
They are looking forward to
this fall with one of the most ex-
citing variety shows in Port St.
Joe in many years.


Betty Lewis, left, incoming president of the Port St. Joe Garden
Club, is shown presenting last year's president, Era Daniell, with a
present showing the club's appreciation for her leadership during
the past year. Officers for 1994-95 were installed at a luncheon
meeting last Thursday.


Workshop For Caregivers


The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zehs are sponsoring a work shop
for people that care for an elderly
person.. This will be held in the
new St. James' Episcopal Church'
Hall on Marvin Ave. The meeting
is on June 7th, at 1 p.m. ET. The;
purpose of the workshop is to dis-
cuss concerns of the care givers


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Beach AARP

Will Meet On

Friday, 20th
The Mexico Beach chapter
#4235 of the AARP will meet on
Friday, May 20 at noon central
time in the Chamber of Com-
merce Building. A covered dish
luncheon' will be served before the
official meeting with all table ser-
vice being furnished by the Chap-
ter.'This is a very important meet-
ing not only because it is the last
one for the summer; but, the re-
vised copies:' of the Standing
Rules of the Chapter will be avail-
able for review and will be voted
on at the meeting.
A tentative program sched-
uled will be questionnaires sup-
plied by ,the National AARP re-
garding "Older Driver Freeway
Needs". This should be of interest
to all senior drivers since it is re-
garding the changes that could be
made to improve the Freeways.


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Frances Morris
Frances Winstead Morris, 50,
of Port St. Joe, passed away on
Thursday; May 12, in Tallahas-
see. She was a native of Moun-
tain City, Tennessee, and had
lived in Port St. Joe since 1967.
She was a long-time member of
the Church of the. Latter Day
Saints, Latter Day Saints Wom-
en's" Relief Society, Port St. Joe
Search and Rescue Team, and an'
amateur ham radio operator.
Survivors include her ,hus-
band, Julian L. Morris of Port St.
Joe; her mother, Virginia Leech
Womble of Tallahassee; one
brother, Charles Winstead of Ev-
ergreen, Colorado; two sisters,
Velma Winstead of Tallahassee
and Wilma Freeman of Melrose;
and numerous nieces, nephews,
great-nieces, and great-nephews.'
Funeral services were held on
May 16 at Culley's Meadowwood
Funeral Home in Tallahassee,
with interment following at Talla-
hassee Memory Gardens...

Willie J. Allen
Willie Jefferson Allen, 76, of
Port St. Joe, died May 3 in a Pan-
ama City Hospital after an ex-
tended illness. Mr. Allen had
been a resident of Port St. Joe
since 1946, having moved from



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Campbellton. He was a retired la-
bor worker and a member of the
Church of God in Christ Church.
He leaves to cherish his lov-
ing memory: his devoted wife, Do-
reatha Skanes Allen of Port St.
Joe, 'Florida; two sons, Donald
(Sung Hai) Skanes, Sr. of Stone
Mountain, Georgia and Anthony
Ledn Skanes of Port St. Joe,. Flori-
da; one daughter, Ola Earlene
Skanes of Cantonment, Florida;
his stepmother, Mrs.' Lelar Allen
of ,Campbellton, Florida; one
brother, Leonard Allen of Port St.
Joe, Florida; seven sisters, Clau-
die (Mose) Wymm of Columbus,
Alabama, Ida Mae (Willie)
Speights of Chattahoochee, Flori-
da, Minnie Allen of Marianna,
Florida,' Louvenia (Edward) Cot-
ton, Marianna. Florida, Emma
(Jimmy) Tillman. Louise (Joe)
Pickney of Jamaica, New York;
one brother-in-law, William H.
Skanes; four sisters-in-law, Mau-
die (James) Ward of Nashville,:
Terirnnessee; Viola Skanes of Titus-
ville, Florida; Mattle Sapp. and
Vera. Skanes, both of Barth, Flori-
da; three grandsons, Jimmy L.
Skanes and Donald Skanes, Jr; of
Stone Mountain, Georgia, and,
Ahmad R. Skanes ofPort St. Joe,
Florida; Clifford McFann, "Jr. of
.Cantoriment, Florida; two grand-
daughters, Tomika Skanes, Stone,
Mountain, Georgia and Audrv
Skanes of Port St. Joe, Florida;
several nieces. -nephews, cousins
and many friends.
< Funeral services for Mr. Allen-
were held on Saturday, May 7, in
the' Church of God -in Christ
Church with the Rev. Johnnie
Jenkins, Jr., officiating. Inter-
iment followed in Forest Hill Ce-
metery.
All services were under the
direction of Gilmore-Southerland
Funeral Home.

Myra W. Meyer
Myra Wheeling Meyer, 88, of
Port St. Joe, died Sunday, eve-
ning, May 8, in Gulf Pines Hospi-
tal. Mrs. Meyer moved to Gulf
County six years ago from Alton,
IL, and was a retired packing De-
partment supervisor for Owen Illi-
npis Glass Company. She was
Methodist by faith.
Me Mrs. Meyer is survived by one
son, Don Winchell' and wife
Elaine of Wewahitchka; four
grandchildren; and four great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Meyer were held on Tuesday, May
10, at 5 p.m. EDT in the Gilmore-
Southerland Funeral Chapel in
Wewahitchka with the Rev.
Charles Pettis officiating.
All services were under the
direction of Gilmore-Southerland
Funeral Home.


Crowd Witnesses Newscast
A large crowd gathered in Wewahitchka Tuesday evening,,
to witness a television newscast by Channel 13 and inspect
the recently renovated Old Gulf County Courthouse. The
handsome old building has been awarded three historic
grants over the past five years to completely restore the
structure to its former glory.


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Until' recently, tuberculosis as a disease had become so rare
until every time you told a child he needed 'a 'T.B. test" he thought.
you said 'T.V. test" and thought it was a test to see how much tele-
vision he was watching.
For the last several years more and more is being reported on
drug resistant tuberculosis and increased number cases are being
reported. This is a particular problem in AIDS patients.
Almost ever city child, in the past, would at some point develop
a positive tuberculin test. After the development of the first antitu-
berculin drugs, it was discovered one could prevent the full blown
development of tuberculosis by treating the child who had recently
converted from a negative tuberculin test to a positive tuberculin
test. The treatment meant medicine dally for a full year, but It was
a great step forward. This preventive program, along with a vigorous
treatment program for those with active, disease.. decreased the
number of cases to such asmal number that many of the large old
tuberculosis hospitals-were converted to other use.
Currently most physicians will use a 'Tine test" for screening
patients fri the office. This test is easy because one needs only to
press the prongs against the child's skin and it does not hurt. While
it is easy, it does sometime overreact. There may 'be positive tests
that need to be studied further with the intradermal (into the skin)
test.
A parent should not panic if a child has a positive tine test..
This just means it needs to be studied further with intradermal test
and that is usually negative.
Even if a child does have a positive T.B. test this usually means
he has been exposed to someone with tuberculosis, but if lie is
treated he will not go ahead and develop tuberculosis.
Tuberculosis has not been a problem in our area for years, btit **
with increased cases elsewhere there is always the possibility of
spread. Careful attention to good health .practices with frequent
Screening tests should keep our area free of tuberculosis.


Project Grad.
Is Ready to See
Project Graduation '94 is
completed and will be open to the
public to view on Monday. The
theme for this year's edition is
"Pirates of the Caribbean" and is
reflected in, the decorations. Par-
ents of the Port St. Joe High
School graduates have worked
long and hard to make this a
memorable evening, and invite
the' community to visit the Cen-
tennial Building during the hours
of 10 a.m. noon, and from 5:00
- 6:00 Monday.


Senior Citizens
Cash Giveaway
The Gulf County Senior Cit
zens will be giving away $25
cash just before the firework
start July fourth. The proceed
will be used to help raise mone
for' the new Stiles Brown, Senic
Citizens and Community Cente
Tickets are $2.00 each or 3 fc
$5.00. Tickets are on sale at an
of the following locations: Bu2
zett's Drug Store; Marquis Hom
Health; Spectrum Home Healdt
Brooks Barber Shop; All Senio
Citizens' Centers; The Star, Th
Big Barn. Watch The Star fo
more details.


iMcFarland Selected toHonor Society


The Florida State University
chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma in-
ducted newly elected members in
April.
Founded in 1913, the nation-
al scholastic honor society is ded-
icated to encouraging and honor-
ing academic .achievement and
personal excellence in the study
and practice of business.
Patrick K. McFarland of Port
St. Joe, son- of Pat McFarland and


the late Peggy McFarland, was
one of the newly inducted mem-
bers from the state of Florida.

Juvenile Council
The Gulf County Juvenile
Justice Council will meet on May
23 at 12 noon at the Sand Dollar
Restaurant. All, interested per-
sons are welcome to attend.


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THE STAR,.PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY, MAY 19. 1994


Carole Griffin to Oppose Peterson for Cogressional Seat
Carole Griffin, a conservative The federal government demands degree in education from the Uhi-' Carole served on. the local Rucker, Carole received numer- government, family values
political consultant and commu- more and more of our. hard versity of Georgia.- She received school board during her late hus- ous awards including Military. better education .for our sc
nity activist from Tallahassee, an- earned dollars, while returning her masters degree in counseling bands last duty assignment at Wife of the Year for her volunteer 'Washington shouldn't be a
nounced her candidacy last week "less and less to the states and and guidance from Troy State Ft. Rucker, Alabama. Carole's work within the military commu- nistic toward families and
for Congress to represent the sec- our national leaders seem self ab- University in Alabama. After re- husband, Lt. Colonel John R. nity. nesses; but I can tell you
ond Congressional District of sorbed in their own special inter- ceiving her degrees she went on. Griffin. Jr. retired from the U. S. Carole Griffin, has worked ex- personal experience that Is
Florida. ests." to teach fourth grade through col- Army where he served tours in tensively with the Florida Legisla- ly what is occurring, thai
This great State of Florida "'The incumbent Congress- lege at various educational insti- Korea. Germany and two tours.in ture over the past 16 years fight- President Clinton and incu
has been very kind to my family .man. Pete Peterson, has become tutions. Vietnam. While .residing at Ft. ing for less taxes, less Pete Peterson," Griffin said.


over mthe -years." Grilln said.
"However., I've seen the quality of'
life for my family and friends be-
come increasingly more fragile.-
Violent criminals "seem to -roam
bur streets and Juvenile crime is
rampant locally and nationally.


part of the problem in Washing-
ton, rather than part of the solu-
tion. For this reason I have decid-
ed to run for Congress. I truly
believe that I can make a differ-
ence." Griffin stated.
. Carole received her bachelors


Letter to the Editor:

Wants Better Pay Scale


s and
schools.
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ActOl From Page I
something to help get the wooded problem but didn't know what'
area behind these homes cleaned else the city could do since the'
up." job was state permitted and man-
Commissioner Bill Wood also dated.
noted that the ditch area behind Tharpe recommended to the
that property was a popular fish- board that in the future they
ing and recreational area for the should keep a close eye on any
children of the community. "It's similar type project and see that
also a favorite route for many they are permitted In a non-
children travelling back and forth populated area.
to school," he remarked. BIDS OPENED
STILL A DUST PROBLEM Bids for the collection and.
Commissioner Edwin Wil- disposal of household and com-
liams pointed out that there was mercial solid waste by private
still a problem with the dirt burn- contractors were also opened at.
ing operation off Avenue A In the meeting. The proposals were
north Port SL Joe. received from Waste Management
Commissioner Charles of Bay County; Browning Fanrris
Tharpe said he had visited some Industries, Pensacola, and Argus
of the homes in the area stating, Services, Bay County.
"You could smell diesel fumes In- The proposals were turned
side the homes." over to superintendent of public
Mayor Pate acknowledged the works, Frank Healy, to evaluate
and make a report to the Board
at their next meeting.
THE ENCHANTED COTTAGE IN OTHER ACTION... The
can dress your yard board also approved a building
up for summer. variance request from Roger
Unique concrete fountains & Thomas; addressed road repair
Lawn ornaments. Must see to- problems in north Port St Joe
dayl Hwy. 71, 2 miles north of and Palm Boulevard; and clarified
Wewa. 639-2708 a deposit and fee policy for the
city's recreation centers.


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1994, for Memorial Day and

will reopen at its. regular time

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.It is gratifying to learn Irom
the write-up in the May 12th is-
sue of The Star that Gulf Pines
Hospital received $475.000 this
week.
Mr. Upton's'statement as to
how the money should be spent
strongly suggest his priorities are
a bit our of focus. He is quote as


FmHa Looks

for Would

be Farmers
The Farmers Home Adminis-
tratlon (FriHA) Is seeking persons
to participate in a loan program
designed to help members of so-
cially disadvantaged groups. in-
cluding minorities, acquire land
for fanning, Jan E. Shadburn,
FmHA State Director, said today.
Under the program, FmHA
will try to find persons in those
Categories who are Interested In
farming and can qualify for an
FmHA farm ownership loan. The
,, agency would also be prepared to
sell or lease to them a farm held
in its inventory if any are availa-
ble In that county, Shadburn
said.
FmHA can also provide other
loan and technical assistance, if
needed, to help the borrower get
started.
The program Is part of a con-
tinuing commitment which began
in 1988, Shadburn said, and all
counties are eligible to participate
in the program.
Persons who think they might
be eligible and who are in farming
or who would like to become
farmers are urged to contact the
Farmers Home Administration
County office serving their area,
Shadburn said.

Homecoming at
Howard Creek
Hqward Creek Baptist church.
will observe homecoming Sunday,
May 22. The singing group "Mes-
sengers" will be singing during
the morning worship service and
again at 2 p.m., following dinner
on the ground. Rev. Jimmy Polk
will be bringing the message.
Everyone is encouraged to at-
tend. Sunday school begins at
9:45 and morning worship at
11:00 (all times Eastern).

Money for

Forestry
Florida Agriculture Commis-
sioner Bob Crawford today an-
nounced that $364,400 in federal
funds will be available to local
governments, educations insliJtu-
tions and legally organized non-
profit (volunteer) organizations to
develop or enhance urban and
community forestry programs.
These grant funds are part of
the federal government's Urban
,and Community Forestly Match-
ing Grant Program. The federal
funds will be administered by the
Department of Agriculture and
SConsumer Services through its
Division of Forestry. Awards will
be made as 50-50 matching
grants (50 percent federal. 50
percent applicant) In five grant
categories: *Local Government
.Prograni Development:
'Demonstration or Site-Specific
Projects: "Non-Proit Administra-
'Uion: Information and Education
Projects: *Natural Resource Con-
servation Education.
Grant awards to a maximum
of $20,000 per applicant will be
paid to successful applicants on a
reimbursement basis. The closing'
date for applying is July 7 at 2:30.
p.m.


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With,Love. From Your
Husband and Family


saying, "We will pay some bills.
purchase some new or good used
equipment and do some cosmetic
work on the building and furni-
ture."
Recently my husband had a
- stroke and was admitted as a pa-
Lient at Gulf Pines for *stroke
therapy". I mention this as I saw
frsthand how hard the "lower
echelon" of hospital help work. 1
was told their pay scale begins at
less than minimum wage. If this
is so. It seems Imperative that a
serious look at the salary for
these dedicated people should
come ahead of "cosmetic work on
the building and furniture."
I have been accused of being
"pushy" and maybe this is be-
cause I have no "pull". However.
pushy pr not, I believe in fairness.
Thus this letter.
Yours very truly,
Marjorie Parker

PSJHS

Calendar
Calendar of events for Port
St. Joe High School for the
months of May-June:
May 19. senior breakfast-
8:30 a.m.; May 22, Baccalaure-
ate-8 p.m.: May 23, Graduation-
8 p.m., and Project Graduation-
after graduation; May 24-25. Se-
mester exams, early dismissal-12
noon; May 25. students' last day;
May 27. teachers' last day; May
31. report card pick-up.
June 4. SAT at Bay High
School; June 6. first semester of
summer school-8 a.m. 1:30
p.m.; June 11, ACT at Bay High
School; June 15. deadline to turn
in Gulf County Scholarship Tally
sheets (guidance office); June 27,
second semester of summer
school-8 a.m. 1:30 p.m.; July
14, summer school ends; August
11( School Begins.
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The Gulf; County Scholarship Program gratefully
recognizes the following for their substantial
contributions to the 1994 fund drive.. Your generosity
allows Gulf County High School graduates to: share
over $23,000 in scholarship monies. Thank you for
allowing our students the opportunity to pursue their
dreams.. .


Arizona Chemical Port St. Joe High Keyettes -
Cathey's ACE Hardware Port St. Joe High Mass. Media Class
Citizens Federal Savings Bank Port St. Joe Lions Club
Cleckley's Coin Laundry Port St. Joe Senior Class
Cleckley Enterprises Port St. Joe High TV Production Class
Cold well Banker Port St. Joe High Senior Honor Society
Fantasy Properties Rish & Gibson
Langdon Flowers Barbara Shirley-Scott
Friends of Carla May Renee Shoaf
Gold Hat Auto Parts St. Joe Papermakers Credit Union" ,
Jessie Ball duPont Foundation St. Joe Rent-All '
Dr. Elizabeth Jones Tyndall Federal Credit Union
Lighthouse Utilities Wewahitchka Ambulance Service
Marquardt's Marina. Wewahitchka State Bank
Dr. Frank D. May Angie Whitfield
Miller Marine Whitfield Timber Company, Inc.
Port St. Joe High FBLA The Star Publishing Company
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1994 PORT ST. JOE HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD TEAM: Williams, Lee Duren, Bryan Earley, John Bryant and Zyris Hill. Back
front row, from left: Kent McCullough, Lance Hanson, Robble Dix- row, from left: Mario Larry, Kenny Daves, Chris Daniels, Joe Price,
son, D.C. Jones, Jonathan Stripling, Jason Shoaf, Keion McNair, Jeremy Tull, Vic Sellers, Jonathan Pierce, Chris Taylor and Coach
Nick Sweazy and Eric Sellers. Middle row: Coach John Rainwater, Scott Gowan.
Tarus Riley, Antwione Allen, Willie Dawson, Cedric Anthony, Robert


Track

Team

Honored

In the photograph at left,
School Board Chairman Oscar
Redd, right, is shown present-
ing Coach Scott Gowan a certif-
icate recognizing the achieve-
ments of the 1994 Port St. Joe
High School Track and Field
team, which won the Class 2A
state championship the first
weekend in May. Witnessing
the presentation are members
of the Shark squad.


Spring
Football
One of the Asurest. indica-
tions that school is almost out
is annual spring football prac-
tice. In the photos members of
the Shark squad are practicing,
getting ready for the annual
spring jamboree.
This year the jamboree will
be at North Florida Christian
School in Tallahassee next
Thursday evening.
-Star photos
Spring Sports
Banquet Thurs.
The athletic department of
Port St. Joe High School will be
having its annual Spring sports
banquet on Thursday evening, at
7:00 p.m. in the commons area.
Honored at the banquet will be
Weightlifting. golf. softball, base-
ball, and girls' and boys' track.
Academic awards will b6 present-
ed to 'those athletes who have
better than a "B" average in scho-
lastics.
The banquet will be,a covered
dish event, with parents of the
athletes invited to come.
Softball Tourney
Set For Saturday
Thompson Temple F.B.C.
Youth Group will sponsor their
third annual men's softball tour-
nament on Saturday, May 21.
The first games will begin be-
tween 8:30 and 9 'a.m. at the soft-
ball field located behind Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School. Everyone
is invited to attend.


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FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.
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If your child has an ortho- properly.
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time and, money if the-problem checkups begun at an early
is spotted early. Even better, age, often many orthodontic
you may be able to prevent ma-< problems can be avoided. At
jor orthodontic' problems from the, same time, your child can
developing if you work closely learn good oral hygiene habits.
with your dentist. .That means if any problem develops, often
paying special .attention to your it can be treated before it be-
child's primary or "baby" teeth. comes. serious.
Malocclusion-a "bad bite" ,If you want your child to
results when the upper and have good dental health, With a
lower teeth do not come togeth- minimum of problems, regular
er as they should. this can dental checkups are the ticket.
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. MAY 19, 1994 PAGE IB


Gulf Schools Being Made Comfortable; Energy Efficient

Will Amount To Savings of More Than $2.9 Million Over Ten Year Period- Work Will Be Done On All Five Schools In County


Students frbm Gulf County'
schools will return to comfortable
energy-efficient buildings this fall
thanks to an agreement with
Honeywell Inc. Under the con-
tract, Honeywell ,will upgrade
building systems and help the,
school save more than $2.9 mil-
lion in energy and operating
costs over the next 10 years.
"Honeywell is offering a pro-
gram that will; help us meet our
energy-savings goals." sajd Walter
Wilder. Gulf County School su-
perintendent. "Most Importantly.,
..we will have a more comfortable
learning environment for our stu-
dents and teachers."
tWork will be done on five
schools and will be completed by
OctoUber. Upgrades will Improve
lighting for all five schools but a
majority of work is concentrated
on the two high schools. Improve-
menis to the high schools include


energy-savrig .retrofits such as
new chillers and air'handlers; re-
working heating, ventilating and
air-conditioning systems; and in-
* stalling new water pipes, ceiling
tiles, Insulation and an energy
management system. In addition,
Honeywell will provide ongoing
preventive maintenance support.
Through the use of a perfor-
.mance contract, Honeywell guar-
antees savings on energy and op-
erating costs to Gulf County,
.-Schools over a 10-year period.
What this means for the school is
an ability to finance the work
from the savings It receives. Hon-
eywell will make up the difference
for any savings not realized. Any
savings over the guaranteed
amount can be redirected to the
school's budget.
Honeywell calculates savings
using an industry-standard soft-
ware program. The program aud-


its savings by' comparing energy
bills from a base year with energy
bill since the inception of Honey-
well improvements. Energy bills
are adjusted for weather to en-
sure an accurate calculation of
savings.
The partnership with the Gulf
County schools is one of many
that Honeywell has made through
Its School Services Program. The
program was created to help.
schools reduce energy and opera-
tional costs while improving the
learning environment.
"Gulf County schools was
having a difficult time finding
funds to maintairr its school
buildings." said Jim Ormes. a
Honeywell account representative
In Florida. 'Without performance
contracting, Gulf County schools
would have to defer maintenance
- and their energy costs would


continue to skyrocket."
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The business offers controls for
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comfort, environmental protec-
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'None got lost, hurt or homesick,"Gil Williams tells Kiwanis Club


Gil Williams, one of the
chaperones fdr the fifth grade
class from Port SL Joe which
went to Philadelphia for a week
recently, reported on the trip and
told how the kids reacted to the
opportunity to take the trip. Wil-
liams was speaking to the Port St.
Joe Kiwanis Club Tuesday.
"It was a fine trip," Williams
said.. "None of the kids got lost.
none got hurt and none got
homesick."
"If the kids could be here to-
day, I'm sure they would thank
you from the bottom of their
hearts, for the part you had in
sending them to Philadelphia. It
was money well-spent. It was the
trip of a life-time for the children,
many of whom had never been
much farther from home than
Panama City. Many of them had
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themselves as well as rece ved a
real indoctrination in our naflbn's
heritage," Williams said.
A group of some 25 fifth grad-
ers spent the week in Philadel-
phia as guests of the Freedom
Foundation. "The Freedom Foun-
dation is an organization just like
the Kiwanis Club, the American
Legion or any other organization.
They operate the "classroom" and
direct the entire week of study
and sight-seeing." Williams said.
Under the directed program
of study and viewing points which
played an important part in the
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dents saw the Liberty Bell., the
Continental Congress meeting
hall, the Declaration of Indepen-
dence, where Washington crossed
the Delaware River with his Con-
tinental Army to attack the Brit-
ish spending the winter in Phila-
delphia, Valley Forge, and a week
chock-full of viewing other histor-
ical sights.
"One of the highlights of the
trip was the story-tellers provided
by the Freedom's Foundation to
act out and tell stories about the
training of the Continental Army,
the signing up of conscripts.
drafting of the Declaration of'ln-
dependence and Its signing, and


the hardships the young nation
endured in declaring and winning
Its independence." the speaker
said.
In beginning his report. Wil-
liams "said. "I was prepared to
'sacrifice' the week for the kids.
'but it was truly an enjoyable
week and I'd go again in a heart-
beatl" He said the accompanying
adults had nothing but compli-
ments on the good behavior of the
,kids, all along the trip.
Guests of the club were Dela-
na Linton, Candice Upchurch,
Keith McDonald and Jonathan
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accepting the first yearbook order from sixth grade student Alicia Chris-
tie. The school yearbook "Bulldog Memories" is currently on sale for
$9.00 through the school. Copies are now available. Get yours now.


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After the early-season blue-
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the country and around the
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[Bulldog News


ning for the 1994-95 school year
and need your help.
If your ;child will be transfer-:
ring"to' 'or from Port St. Joe EleI
meniary' School next year, please
call 227-1221.'
. Parents Make the Difference
Learning doesn't stop just be-


cause school is not in session.
Summer activities and family
trips are :godd chances for a child
, to explore,' and see new things
like the ocean, mountains, cities,
farms-in fact, anything that's
different from what he or she nor-
mally sees at home.


Students of the Week
Congratulations to our Stu-
dents of the Week!
Karissa Keel, Mary Boddye,
Michael Rowan, Erroll Webb,
Robert Garrett, and Kristin Ab-
rams.
Celebrity Readers
"Celebrity Readers" Week,
May 2-6, was a tremendous suc-
cess in our school. Many commu-
nity leaders from various profes-
sions participated. The people
who so kindly came and enjoyed
reading to the students during
the week were Chris Brumbaugh,
Dr. Tom Curry, Jim Belin, Kathy
Arnold, Amy Hoyt, Greg Johnson,
Mark Ellmer, Louise Collins,
Charlotte Pierce, Scott Hoffman,
Bobby Shiver, Bobby Caswell, Ge-
rald Lewter, Clay Smallwood, Wes
Taylor, Linda Wright, Fred Priest,
Mark Cutler, Jerry Kelly, Carol
Faison, Tom Gibson, Mary Gib-
son, and Kesley Colbert.
Mrs. Barrier and the students
would like to thank these "Celeb-
rity Readers" for making this
week a truly special event in our
library program; Come again next
year
Awards Day
Awards Day for kindergarten


Hawk,

News
Highland View.
Elementary Sho61l

i Fifth Grade Trip
I asked Karissa Thomas and
Seth Williams to come in and de-
scribe their trip to Philadelphia
for the next.
'"The students left from Pana-
ma City on a small plane and ar-
rived in Tallahassee to catch a
:larger flight to Philadelphia. ,
S. These words and descriptions .
are from Karissa and Seth.
i, "It was (Philadelphia) a busy
city. We got to see the taxi's on
strike-it was the first time we'd
seen a protest in real life!
We stayed- at the Freedom
Foundation d6~vn. We checked
Into our rooms and ate dinner. A
revolutionary soldier talked to us
for a while.
We had to write in our Jour-
nals each day about our day's
events, so we did-that and had re-
freshments and went to bed.
On Monday we rode buses'
through Philadelphia to the State
House. On the way we saw a man
get arrested, a girl with pink hair.
and a boy with blue hair. And it
was smoggy
At the State House we saw
where the Declaration of Indepen-
dence and the Constitution were
signed. We saw the actual chair
that George Washington sat in
and went Into the banquet room
where they had a cool piano-it
had three tiers of keys on it.
We saw the Liberty Bell with
its crack and then went to the
second bank in the nation, which
housed all kinds of portraits of fa-'
,mous people. (Dolly Madison was
a favorite for Karissa as she had
done her dress-as-the-character
book report on her.) There'was a
beautiful life-size portrait- of
George Washington on his white
horse.
We went to Christ Church
where a man dressed as Benja-
min Franklin talked about him
and the church. He showed them
George Washington's seat and









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through fifth grade will be held on
Friday, May 20, at 9 a.m. in ,the
gym. All parents are invited to at-
tend.
Sixth Grade Graduation
Sixth grade graduation ,for
Port St. Joe Elementary School
will be held on Tuesday, May 24,
at 6 p.m. in the gym. Awards,
along with 80 diplomas, will be
presented following our guest
speaker, Joy Ailes. Everyone is
invited to attend..
Early Dismissal
School will be dismissed at
11:50 on Tuesday, May 24, and
Wednesday, May 25. Lunch will
.not be served on Wednesday, May
25.
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-
fore Friday, May 27. Please bring:
. *Copyof birth certificate
eCopy of social security number
eProof of immunization
*Proof of physical (within the last
year) '
1994-95 Registration
.. We are in the process of plan-


Giftsfr Grad


Faith Christian School K-5 Grads
K-5 graduates are L-R) ::front row, Steven Gay, Joseph Price.
Second row, Kristin Renfro, Rashetta Langston, Kelly Geoghagan,
Tina Dunigan, Cor Owens, LeAnn Hinson. Third row, Mandie
Walding, Lauren Smith, Cahdace. Branch, Albanie Gant, Zachary
Norris, Ashlyn Parker. Fourth row, Brenda Robershaw, Liz Rob-
erts. .


Each class of Highland View Elementary School made a
paper ribbon basket, choosing various spring colors. The
project was funded through the Spring Arts Festival and Cul-
tural Enrichment programs. The students are shown abqve
with their handiwork.


saw where the commoners and
plain people sat-up in the balco-
ny; Then we saw a baptismal forit
made of wood and which was
over 600 years old. Betsy Ross
sat in a pew, but behind a pillar
because she was not really that
famous back then. We were told
that Julie and David Eisenhower
and William Penn were regular
churchgoers there in their times.
Everything in the church is
the same as it was-chandeliers,
pews. everything and they still
'use it for services.
-Our free time' that evening
was for basketball and volleyball.
Tuesday we loaded up on
buses and went to Washington's
crossing of the Delaware. We
walked a bridge across the Dela-
ware from Pennsylvania to Dela-
ware and then visited the Tren-;
ton's old barracks where the
British stayed during the French-
Indian War and the Germans
stayed during 'the American Revo-
lution.
We had to be in the Army' go-
ing- through the maneuvers--
"About facet" It was fun because
some turned the wrong'way and
went face-to-face with 'others!
We also had to be war casual-
ties-,Keesha had a ball bullet in
her right -shoulder,, Joseph had
smallpox, and others had whatev-
er-,some' of us., were nurses-
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'church worship and they have a'
small school and only go to 8th
grade.
The women who are married
,-wear black aprons; young. girls
and single women wear white
aprons. The single male has no
beard, and the married man has a
beard.
They drive 'buggies using
horses and lose abut 10% of their
young people..
We visited Anderson Pretzel
Factory next. It was neat to see
the machine tie the pretzels. We
got free samples to eat;. That
night we had a banquet.
S:Mr. Mich got another peanut
butter sandwich with a .smiley
S'face and even lettuce on it!
We also got to sign the Dec-
laration of Independence.
Thursday we toured Valley
forge and went to Washington's
* home and headquarters and saw
the Inog huts on the fields where


medical attention to the sick and the men stayed.
wounded ... n: to -show.-how hard it
-"We idd" I[ncI at .' n .aw 1 as for the British to get uphill
Rennig .home called :Pennsbtr'" i"or battle, 'the students became
Manor. There we- divided Into the British and the adults were
groups where some of us dressed 'the Americans on top of the hill.
up and performed chores in the Then we viewed a film. We visited
early years and some wrote' let- 'Fort Mifflin at the edge of the air-
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with a storyteller who did The We went in the .dungeons
hairy Man and Caleb King and where they kept the Southern
other stories for us. prisoners.
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the, river that heals up the.' fur- ur statement, "It was fun!"
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Capitol



NEWS

SROUND-UP"
,by Jack Harper


The top news story in the Taxahassee Beltway this week is not Gov.
Lawton Chiles vetoing special interest bills passed by the Florida Legisla-
ture or signing those he likes. It's Prince Bobby Bowden and the faithful
folk at Florida State University moanhing over the fact their national
champion Seminoles are just another corrupt big-time college football
team." .:. -
It shouldn't happen to a nicer guy. Coach Bowden is right up there
with legendary Bear Bryant and Knute Rockne, but alas. also Florida's
Charley Pell and Auburn's Pat Dye. Remember them? Pell fell to a recent
suicide attempt and Dye thankfully only to early retirement, both struck
down by an incontestable fact:
Major college football and basketball have become big money eriter-
prises designed to make everybody connected with them wealthy-except
the players themselves. ... :z -..
It's the type of hypocrisy that doesn't go down any easier up here
near the capital circus where big-time politics is driven by big money.,
too, although there are those out in the hinterlands who think it might.
Sports Illustrated, a legitimate leading sports magazine, has done us
all a favor with its exposures that members of the championship Semi-,
nole football team were given cash payments and improper gifts last fall
by agents wanting to recruit them for professional football.
So far, none of the exposures are. as bad as what happened at Au-
burn arid the University of Florida. Being fairly close to FSU's program
(having once covered it for nine out-of-town daily newspapers), I don't
think it will. It is a quality program.
But isn't thatjust a matter of degree.
The fact is. major college athletics needs some fundamental reform-
ing, not Just some scapegoating as has been the practice of the National
College Athletic Association in the past. No more platitudes about "stu-
dent-athletes" are needed. Real reform that begins with some sort of com-
pensation for the players, modest salaries (even not so modest) perhaps,
for let's face it. big time sports doesn't leave either the time or energy.for.
obtaining a real college education.
The results are that young players, many from poor family back--
grounds, grab a little of the action from agents or alumni, a temptation
they can hardly resist; especially when you consider that their coaches
and colleges are profiting tremendously from their efforts.
It's difficult to feel much pity for head coaches like Bowden, whose
generous salaries are dwarfed by outside income they receive for repre-
senting their respective universities. They make more than governors or
many Chief Executive Officers of private corporations. It was said that Al-
abama's Bear Bryant didn't wear a pfe'ce of clothing, from hat to under-
wear, out there prancing the sidelines that he wasn't paid handsomely to
wear by some manufacturer.
Just as responsible for the corrupt college athletic scene, especially
in big sports states like-Florida, are the college presidents, state legisla-
'tors, and Board of Regent members, who have the real authority to
change things.
Final responsibility lies, of course, with tte., stupid, fans running .
Around nfibuthilg'fliHfr "iere rinmber on 'ifths ind'ohfier so-called in- ,
telligent citizens like you and me who know better but sit back and let it
' happen. The fact is. folks, winning is not the most important thing. ItWis
(really) the way you play the game.
CAPITOL NEWS ROUND-UP
The Florida Division of Elections says a record 28 constitutional
amendments-more than twice as many as any year before-are being
proposed for the November ballot to bypass the Legislature and allow citi-
zens to write their own laws. .
The collection of signatures ori initiatives has. become a growth in-
dustry in the movement sweeping the country and Florida. It is unlikely
that no more than about six of the 28 proposals will actually make the
November 8 ballot, mainly because it takes 8 percent of the vote cast in
the last presidential election, which is just under 430,000 registered vdt-
ers. "
Those signatures must be checked (about 30 percent are thrown
out), and the Supreme Court can throw out initiatives that are confusing
or misleading. .
But students of the process are worried about this Democracy in its
purest form. They fear it could handcuff state officials and make it Im-
possible to govern effectively. Although the Florida Constitution says "all
political power is inherit in the people", they feel it isn't that easy.
"It's becoming another branch of government that Is totallyunregu-
lated," said Tallahassee lawyer Steve Uhlfelder, who was the executive dl-
.rector of the Constitutional Revision Committee in 1978.
Only eight initiaUves have won ballot space in the past 26 years.:
Only five have been approved: office holder financial disclosure: English
as the omcial state language; the lottery: real estate tax limits; and term
limits.. '
This year could be the turning point, observers say, because backers
for at least seven of the proposed initiatives being circulated are using
professional signature collectors in well-financed programs. Four of thoep
;*seven are wealthy casino gambling or tourist interests. One is an envi-
ronmental group wanting to tax sugar to clean up the Everglades. Antoth-
er is big sugar farmers wanting to prevent the tax,. and the seventh is the
penny sales tax to build prisons.
Most feared by public officials and legislators are the tax.limiting pro-
posals and the part big mohey may play in adopting constitutional
:amendments.
Talbot D'Alemberte, former legislator now president of Florida State
University, said he sees a great potential'for tax limitations to, paralyze
state government.
SNOT HERE: Gov;. Lawton Chiles asked President Bill Clinton and
Atty. Gen. J.anet Reho last week to-send Haitian refugees granted asylum
under a revised federal policy to sites in other states because Florida has
run out of resources to care forthem. "-', '
According to new reports, Clinton said he didn't think the new policy
to process refugees at sea instead of automatically sending them all back
will lead to a new flood of boat people. ,.
Chiles said he expected it would cause more Haitians-to head to-Flor-
ida. .: '
Last month Chiles filed a suit against the federal government seeking
Damages for the costs of providing services to illegal aliens.
DUPONT WINS ONE: Five nursery plant growers seeking $32.7 mil-
lion in crop damages they claim were caused by the fungicide Benlate.
lost their cases against manufacturer DuPont in a Miami courtroom ver-
dict last week while 55 other growers accepted out-of-court settlements.
It was a startling development. DuPont has now won two and lost
four cases., It actively settled cases out of court prior to November, 1992,
when it released research concluding Benlate could not have damaged
plants.
More than 200 cases -remain -nationwide,;40 in North Florida.. -. '
Losing growers, at Miami; clainied 'researdchi released by Florida Agri-
culture Commissioner Bob Crawford three weeks ago showing Befilate
Could have damaged crops was not plowed as evidence in their cases. :
GUESS .WHAT? A life in prison sentence for first degree murder
could mean what it says: life in prison., ,- .;.. -. ""
Believe it or not, the Florida Legislaturie i 'a bill that go Ittle atten-
tion last month voted to remove the 'possibility ,of patole fdr convicted
murderers. Unless vetoed by Gov. Lawton Chiles the new law will .not al-
low them to seek release after serving 25'years as they can now do under
present law ,. -* ... ,' ' '


SEEK GOP' SUPPORT: GOy. .LaAwton Chiles saill last week that he
would work with Republican.legislators to get'a'bipartisan-'Consensus on
a health care bill before he calls a special session on it this summinner. He
said he would probably set a date of the session sometimes this week.


address some of the proper tech-
niques to use, to avoid some of
the common problems of decay,
sprouting, and physical injury.
Irish potatoes grown in Flori-
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about 80 to 90 days after they're
planted. If they're left alone, the
tops of the plants die dbwn natu-


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rally and the tubers stop growing
by about 120 days after planting.
This 30 to 40 day period gives
you some harvesting options.
Like many gardeners, you may
choose to dig a few early potatoes
before the tubers have reached
full size and maturity. tOr, you
could dig the tubers as you need
them, from the time most are
ready until the plants die. Howev-
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to wait until the tubers are com-
pletely mature, and then harvest
the entire crdp -
.If you choose the one-time
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be especially careful to dig and
store the potatoes properly. Many
problems can arise after this type
of harvest problems such as tu-,
ber decay, shriveling, sprouting,


Caught aI


Anglers Ri
Many anglers have aspira-
tions of catching a record fish.
Unfortunately, very few anglers'
ever experience, the thrill of land-
ing one.
For the anglers who don't end
up in the record books, there Is a
"Big Catch" program offered by
the Florida Game and Fresh Wa-
ter Fish Commission that recog-.
nizes them for catching unusual-
ly big fish. '
According to March Trainor,
administrator of the Commis-.
sion's "Big Catch" program, "The
program is a way to reward an-
glers for catching a fish ,that
meets a minimum weight but
does not exceed the current state
record."
Anglers seeking "Big Catch"
recognition must have a valid
Florida fishing license or be., ex-.
empt under state law. Further-
more, the fish must have been
taken by a legdl sport fishing.
method in the' fresh waters of
Florida, and the fish must be
,weighed on a.apublic scale and
measured with a witness present.
"Upon approval of the appli-'
cation, we: will log the angler's
fish into our records," Trainor.
said. "As a result, anglers will be
rewarded- with a full-c6lor Big
Catch fish citauon." '
*-Also,'in an effort to recognize
anglers : who practice catching-
and-release;, the. Commission
gives, special recognition on the
citations for returning fish to the
water.
The 32 .eligible freshwater.
'fishes andtheir minimum quail-, ,
fying Weights .are as follows: -''
Largemouth. bass 10 pounds,


One of the most popular vege-
tables grown by backyard garden-:
ers is the Irish potato. If you've


greening, and injury from insect
and rodentsI. .
First, if you're going to har-
vest the entire crop at one timd,
leave the potatoes in the ground
as long as possible until the -plant
tops die back naturally. With this
additional maturity period, the
surface skin of the tubers be-
comes tougher, and more resist-
ant to scratching and digging in-
jury. However, to minimize
rotting,. dig your potatoes before
the June rainy season. a
About 10 to 14 days before
digging,, cut the vines at ground
level with shears,' a 'sharp knife,
or a lawn mower. This helps the
skin become tougher. Be very
careful when removing tubers
!from the ground. Skinned,
bruised, arid cut potatoes are
much more prone to decay.
After the potatoes are dug,
clean them to remove dirt and,
possible decay organisms. If you.
have only a few potatoes -.- say a
bushel or two use a soft brush
or burlap ;rag, and clean them by
hand. You can wash larger quan-
StiUes. But, don't wash them to-
gether in a tub. This quickly
spreads -decay organisms. In-
stead, rinse each one by hanid.
Damp potatoes are much more
likely to rot. So, dry them thor-
oughly before storage. A good rule
is to dry potatoes for three or four
hours in the sun, after washing.
Potatoes should be stored in
cool, dry, well-ventilated area.
While potatoes store best at tern-
peratures between ,50 to 60 de-'
grees fahrenheit, room or outdoor
shed temperatures usually must
be tolerated for home storage.
Under these warmer conditions,
it's best to keep the tubers spread
out. rather than stacked or
heaped in a pile.
Keeping potatoes in a dark
-area will prevent "greening"
caused by light. Sprouting isn't a
problem at these higher tempera-
tures at least not for the first
two months. And, in, any case,
potatoes won't keep much longer
than two or three months.
The final storage precaution
is to sort out and discard rotting
tubers periodically, so that the
entire batch isn't contaminated





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pounds; Redbreast sunfish 1
pound; Redear sunfish ,2.5
pounds: Spotted sunfish 10 ounc-
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pounds; Warmouth 1 pound; Fli-
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pounds: White catfish 10 pounds:
Chain pickerel 4 pounds: Redfln
pickerel 4 pounds: Redfin picker-
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Alligator gar 70 pounds; Ameri-
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pounds; Bowfin 10 pounds; Flat-
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pounds
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-Cass Takes Field
Goings and Coming-- Quinn spent the d
Then and Now tiful St. Andrew S
First grades: On May 11, the classes had been s
first grade classes of Tracy Bow- life and of course
ers, Rhonda Pridgeon, and Joyce the perfect way t(


Trip
ay at the beau-
Sate park. The
Studying marine
e this trip was
o end this. unit


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

Sunday School ............................................. 10 a.m .
M morning W orship ................., ..................................... 11 a.m .
' Evening W orship .......................................... 6 p.m.,
TF9/30t93-12/30/93



St. Joe AssembCy of God
lw. 1 1"*.l 309 6th Street*Port St. Joe


William J. Wilson
Pastor


Sunday School...................... 10:00 am
Morning Worship Service ........ 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Service ........ 6:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study......... 6:30 pm


t Come and'Rceive God's iBfessizl~s t


CtutionAdCatch the Siionumt
THE UNTED METOOIStCHSto
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........... 500 p.m.
Rev. Zedoc Baxter Charlotte Henderson
PASTOR YOUTH/ CHOIR DIRECTOR
5'

"The Exciting Place to Worship"


First BaptistlChurdh

102 Third Street
SPort St. Joe, Florida

H. R. Naberhuis Buddy Caswell
SInterim Pastor Minister of Music & Youth
< i *


EVRYN WLCM


Bible Stud:
i 10a.m. Sui
7 p.m. Wed


CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


Y:
nday
dnesc


sday


Wewahitchka

Elementary

News...
By Linda Whitfield


and the school year.
Kindergarten: The beach at T.
H. Stone Park was the destina-
tion for the kindergarten classes
of Allsa Walker, Nadine Whitfield,
and Connie St. Clair. Little sun-
tanned faces and gritty feet were
the fare of the day. What better
way to end the year than an en-
joyable. relaxing day at the
beach.
Track and Field: All of the
ones that I heard spoke about the
Track & Field Day being the best
one ever. It was hot, but Florida's
hot! Good sportsmanship, good
times, and good friends make any
day special.
Sixth grades: A jungle cruise
in glass-bottom boats was part of
this special day at world famous
Wakulla Springs on May 12.
True, the bus ride is long, but
certainly worth it. The sixth grad-
ers had a ball
Second grades present 'The
Friendship Company": To a
packed house, the second grade
classes of Judi Lister and Doris
Jean Whitten presented a delight-
ful musical, "The Friendship
Company". The little children just
sang their hearts out. It was en-
joyed by all of us.
Second grades go to Gulf
World: This Is an annual event for
the second grade, and one which
the -children enjoy. Gulf World is
a fun place to" visit for young and
old.
Science Winners to Visit Na-
tional Marine Lab on PC Beach:
Those students who won a prize
in the science fair will be taken to
the marine lab on Friday. Joe
Walker, who heads up the science
fair, promises this trip will be
very informative and Interesting.
Skating: Those. 4th graders
who made at or above the state
average In the writing assessment
will be allowed to go with the 5th
graders on their skating party on
Thursday, May 19. The skating
parties are always enjoyed by our
students.
Dance Recital on Friday Night
With the theme "1.000 Legs-
Under The Sea", Tonle's Dance


Workshop presented their annual
dance recital on Friday night.
Stars from our school included
Judith Husband, Jana Traylor,
Laura Husband, Suzanna Whit-
field, Jade Gaskin, and pre-
schooler Meagan Peak. Break a
leg, girls, we are proud of you.
You're Not a Girl;
You're Miss Joyce
Joyce Groom's students' par-
ents and aides threw her a great
party during National Education
Week. Later In the day, the little
children were singing a song that
required the boys to sing one part
and the girls to sing another.
Miss Joyce, trying to encourage
nice zestful singing, said. "All
right, girls, you all sing loudly.
I'm a girl, too." Little James
Moore was quick to retort. "You're
not a girl. You're Miss Joyce."

Glad Tidings To'
Hold Meeting
Glad Tidings Assembly of God
Church in Wewahitchka will be
holding a series of camp meetings
during the week of May 22-27.
Sunday night at 6 p.m. will
be speaker Donald Price; on Mon-
day-Friday. 7 p.m., speakers Ro-
nald Williamson, Bobby Thomp-
son, Ross Hilton, Jean Shoots.
and David Fernandez will be
sharing the Word of God.
The public is invited to at'-
tend.


Card of Thanks
Mrs. Ellmer's ESE class at
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School-
would like to thank the. VICA *
Club for a wonderful day of fun
and food at the cookout they held
on Friday, May 6. Thanks for
thinking of usl


From ...........
pr n ,ses
PrinciP i' -Desk

Wewahitchka

High School
By Larry A. Mhthes


Worship:
11 a.m. Sunday
Nursery


Minister: Tom Skipper 229-8310
Message: The Gospel or Christ
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


Pine Street Overstreet
Sunday School....................................10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship .....................................11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Bible Study....................... 3:00 p.m.


Pastor W.L. Tremain


12/17-6/93


Phone 648-8144


THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

ST. JAMES' PORT ST. JOE
--7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET)
++" ..Sunday School 9:45
A+ ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
S- 8:00 a.m. (CD

THE RE, JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor



"THE MIRACLE CENTER"
NEW COVENANT MISSIONARY WORLD OUTREACH CENTER...
The Family Church
252 Avenue E, Port St. Joe, Florida Church Phone: 229-8137
Pastor: Rev. Napoleon Pittman
SUNDAY SUNDAY
Worship: 12 p.m. Sunday Morning Roundup: 11 a.m.
WEDNESDAY for Ages 2 Adult
8:00 p.m. Bible Study & Fellowship
"A CHURCH WITH A VISION"
Sponsor of New Covenant Christian Academy K-5 thru 6th Grade
Does not discriminate based upon race, creed, color, or origin.


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
MEXICO BEACH
823 N. 15th Street
648-5776
Sun. Bible Study (all ages) ..................9:00 CST
S Morning Worship ..............................10:00 CST
Evening Worship ................................ 6:30 CST
Wed. Bible Study (all ages)................. 6:30 CST
Rev. Tommy Doss, Pastor


Baccalaureate has come and gone, highlighted by a special mu-
sic duet of "Cornerstone" and Inspiring words form Rev. Nicki Davis
and Rev. James Rouse. Now the seniors are ready for graduation
Friday night, 7 p.m. If you plan to attend, please try t6 be seated
prior to 7. and I'm sure all parents would appreciate it if the audi-
ence remembers what an important night this is for the seniors. Ex-
cess noise interference sometimes prevents others from hearing and
enjoying one of the most important nights In their students' lives. I
know all in attendance will cooperate to help everyone fully enjoy
the night.
The football spring jamboree will be played in Bristol Saturday
night, May 21. Teams include Wewa, Liberty County, Cottondale,
Freeport, and Apalachicola. Each plays two quarters against a dif-
ferent foe. It just gives you a chance to butt heads with someone
different
The band's banquet is scheduled for Saturday night. May 21.
also. It's another case of too many things happening at the same
time. Just spread yourself as thin as you canl
Final exams are scheduled for May 24 & 25 (both of which are
only half days). School's officially out at 12 noon Wednesday, May
25.
I hate to bring it up, but summer school begins June 6th. We
will be rushing letters out to those who need to attend as quickly as
we can. If your student needs to come to school this summer,
please don't schedule vacation trip right in the middle. The number
of days that must be attended is set by the state, and all time must
be put in during the six week period. There is no "make it up later".
Senior high students need to remember that summer school for
them is a must if they fall behind. The tight schedule doesn't allow
much leeway to complete 24 credits In the designated four year
plan. If you fail a semester course or two. It is important to catch
up right awayl
Summer offerings (non-remedial) at WHS include oceanogra-
phy, auto mechanics, band, driver education, physical education,
and alternative education. Call Mrs. Wooten if you need information
about these courses.


St. James Church to Honor

Graduating Seniors, Parents


r


1994 Graduates of Port St.
Joe High School will be honored
at a reception given by the mem-
bers of St. James Episcopal
Church following the Baccalaure-
ate Service, Sunday evening. May
22 ...
., All graduates, their families

Bible School-
Join the First Baptist Church
for "A Trail of Treasures" at the
1994 Vacation Bible School, June
6-10. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Ages
are from K-3 through adult.

Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our friends
and neighbors for their many acts
of love and concern-especially
prayers during Bill's recent
stroke.
MAarJorie and Bill Parker

Card of Thanks
South Gulf Emergency Medi-
cal Services would like to thank
the local restaurants and busi-
ness owners for making EMS
Week, May 15-21. such a suc-
cess. Your gifts and donations
were much appreciated

Gulf County Schools
Lunch Menu
May 23 25
MON-Manager's Choice. Fruit.
Vegetable, Bread, Milk. Dessert
TUES-Manager's Choice,
Fruit, Vegetable, Bread, Milk,
Dessert
WEDS-No Lunch


Christian Fellowship
Independent Baptist Church
500 15th Street North, Mexico Beach, FL
Come, Share, Rejoice
648-8972 Church Bo Boyette, Pastor 647-8936 Res



S 6 .





We Want You To Be
Part of the Friendly Place
BIBLE STUDY................. ........ 9:45 a m. EVENING WORSHIP .........7:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIP.................. 11:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY......................7:00 p.m.
CHURCH TRAINING ...................5:45 p.m.
Long Avenue Baptist Church
1601 Long Avenue
DANIEL W. DUNCAN BUFORD COX
Pastor Minister of Music




of Port St.Joe
Weekly Meeting Times
Sunday Morning Celebration and Worship................... 10:00 a.m.
Thursday Night Bible Study........................................... 7:00 p.m.
Intercessory Prayer at The Rock, Mon.-Fri. ........... 7:00 8:00 a.m.
8:00 9:00 a.m.
Saturday Family Night Intercession............................... 7:00 p.m.
The Rock Teens ........................... .................... To Be Announced
Pastors: Jim and Susan List Office Hours: Monday Thursday
103 Garrison Avenue 9:00 12:00 & 2:00 4:00
Office Phone: 227-2033 Friday: 9:00 12:00



'* FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
w CHURCH
Sl 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
t SUNDAY WORSHIP......................... 10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL..............................11 a.m.
SUS N' *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
Nursery Available
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor



First UnitedMethodist Church
S11 North 22nd St.
IMexico Beach,.FL 32410
SMornin Church................... 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 12 noon CT


I am the bread of life. he that comes to
me will never hunger; and he that believes
on me will never thirst."




BIItip t is X-. C 1k MuJ JIYc *L
Upstairs, First Union Bank. Bullding 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


and friends are invited to attend.
This reception is a tradition
of many years, but will be the
first one in the new church par-
ish hall on Marvin Avenue and
Twenty-second Street.
St. James' members look for-
ward to this annual event.
the Vestry members will welcome
the guests.


A.9New Beginning
Dawn of a new life. As the sun
slowly boils up out of a orange glassy
bay, an oysterman is just reaching his
destination and drops his anchor. The
beginning of another long, hard day.
As the sun slowly moves across
the sky and the wind begins to blow,
he smiles and thinks back to another
lime, another life; two young lovers
in the moonlight, making love on the
dunes of the Cape, falling in love-
true love; what a precious thing, like a
pearl only a few lucky oysters will
have. They needed nothing but each
other and their dreams.
Then he begins to cry, because he
once had a pearl. A pearl that he lost.
A love so precious and real that it
could only be true love, and he gets
angry at himself for what he had done
because he remembers how he lost his
pearl.
As the seas pick up and the clouds
cover the sun, he smiles again, be-
cause he remembers a poem he had
read: "If you love something very,
very much, let it go free. If it does not
return it was never meant to be. If it
does, love it forever."
As he finishes up for the day, he
thinks about the love he had lost, and
knows that if it is true love, the tide
will bring his pearl back to him.
To My Pearl Forever
Your Hopeful Oyster










THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. MAY 19. 1994. PAGE R'


Don't mis this onei 1976 Cor-
vette, loaded, cleanest one in the Pan-
handle, alarm, T-tops, air, 904-648-
5396, Mexico Beach. Itp 5/19
1982 Chevrolet Caprice, runs
good, $1,000 obo. 227-1293.
2tc 5/19
Surplus Vehicles: The Gulf
County School Board will receive
,'sealed bids for the sale and removal
of .two (2) vehicles from the Wewa-
hltchka Jr.-Sr. High School Automo-
bile Mechanics Facility.
S One 1981 Ford Falrmont, 4D,
ABP21B4BK130425, One unidentifia-
ble vehicle constructed as a hoist
truck.
The vehicles may be seen by con-
tactlhg Larry Mathes, Principal of We-
wahitchka Jr.-Sr. High School at
* (904) 639-2228. Sealed bids marked
"Cars' 1-94" will be received; until
12:00 noon E.D.T., May 27, 1994, at
the Administrative Offices, Gulf Count
School Board, .502 Niles Road, Port
St.,Joe, FL 32456. .. 2tc 5/19
Heavy duty ,1985, one-ton, 351
engine,, 8 cylinder, 4-wheel drive Ford,
pick-up. $2,500. Call 229-10,56.....
: .- 2tp5/19
CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and
out-of-state vehicles Two locations to
serve \ou. Mavhann Motor. Port SL
Joe, 229-6584, Mayhann Used Cars,
Wewahitchka, 639-5810.
tfc 5/5


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


One 13 1/2' Bayliner Bass Track-
er, 50 hp Force & trolling motor, galv."
'trailer, $2,500. One 19' Glastron Bow
Rider, Ford 302 boss Engine, Volvo.
outdrive, galv. trailer, $2,500. 648-
8312. ltp 5/19
25 Sea Horse Johnson outboard
motor; older, but like BRAND NEW.
It's never been in Salt Waterl $350.
229-1056. ltc 5/19
1981 Bass Tracker, 40 hp Mercu-
ry, trolling motor,i can be seen at
1805 Marvin Ave. or call 227-7380;
-. 2tp 5/19
1985 115 hp OMC outboard mo-
tor, with Sea' Drive and Uro, 639-
5272. Itc 5/19
15' boat, motor and trailer, 40 hp
Suzuki, elec. winch, 2 yr. warranty
left on motor, $2,600. 145 21st Ave.,
Apalachicola, 904-653-8248.
ltp 5/19
STEVE'S "OUTBOARD SERVICE,
White City, anytime, 827-2902.
tfe 5/5,


Apartment for rent,, 2 bdrm.,. 1
ba. energy efficient at Dogwood Ter-
race. Call 229-2783, $360 plus depos-
it. tfe 5/12
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
tfc 5/5
PINE RIDGE APTS., Rents start-
ing at $225.00 per mo. Affordable
Living for low to middle income fami-
lies. Featuring 1. 2 & 3 bedroom
apts. with ceren. h&a, energy saving
appliances, patios & outside storage.
Rental assistance programs available.
(904) 227-7451. Equal Housing.'
tfc 5/5


FORRET


House for Lease: Nice.3 bedroom,
1 bath, carport, city, central:heat &
air. $375.' plus deposit. 227-3102.
ltp 5/19


Vacant mobile home lot in Wewa-
Shtchka. Call 648-5162 before 2:00
p.m. 2tc 5/19
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. 3tc 5/12


Downtown Port St. Joe
517 4th St..
* 2 BR, 1 BA, stove', refrig.,
ac, newly renovated, partially
fu.rn., $265, water/sewer in-
cluded, 3 mo. lease availa-
ble.
* Duplex, 2/3 BR, 1 BA, stove,
refrig.; central heat/air,
$425, plus utilities, nice
back yard.
648-5029


fIc 6112


OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 and leave mes-
sage. tfc 5/5
Warehouses, small and large,
some with office, suitable for small
business, 229-6200; tfc 5/5
No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use rooms
right away. Rent machine. St. Joe
Furniture. 227-1251. thru 12/94.
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-up. ..
* New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba.. inside laundry' rm, ch&a, dish-.
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
pets.
FURNISHED
* Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat &
air, washer/dryer hook-up.
* One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hook-up. -
Call 229-6177 after 7 p.m.
tfe 5/5


OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
2 Spacious rooms with half
bath. Utilities furnished, $250
month + taxes, 302 Reid Ave.,
229-9000.
t, fc 5/19



ROOMS FOR RENT
Private bath, linen, towels,
soap furnished. Phantry Hotel.
Only 2 available. By day,
week or month.
229-9000. ac s5/19


Yard Sale: Saturday, May 21, '8
a.m. central till ? 121 Hwy. 386, Mexi-
co Beach. Tools, dishes, rugs, hoses,
household items. ltp 5/19
Garage Sale: Friday and Satur-
day, May 20-21. Crafts, camper shell,
long bed for pickup, 1804 Marvin.
ltp 5/19
Yard Sale: Saturday, 9-12, cancel
if rain. 119 Westcoti Circle.
ltp 5/19
Yard Sale: Corer of Kimberly
Circle & Cherry Sti, Callaway. Glass
display case, rocking chair, commode
bottom. toys. dolls, fishing equip-
ment. Glassware. miscellaneous. Fri-
da. May 20th. Itc 5/19,
'Yard Sale' 203 Second St., High-
land View. Little bit, of a lot of, things,
Friday and Saturday, May'20 and 21,
8 a.m. until. Itc 5/19




Absolute Cleaning Service, ex-
perienced need drnly, to apply. 227-
7584, ask for Jerry. 2tp 5/19


Temporary Summer Employment
with the Private Industiy Council.
Employability Skills Instructor.
Teaching experience' preferred, from
$8.42 per hour D.O.E. Deadline 5/
27/94. Send resume to:- Private In-
dustry Council; Post Office Box 2238,
Panama City, FL 32402. ltc 5/19.
Gulf Pines:,Hospital Nursing Posi-
tions Available: RN's and LPN's, all
shifts, flexible hours, PRN staff and
full time. Contact Tessa Goff, Director
of Nursing at (904) 227-1121.
It 5/19


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TRADEandSERIE


Surfside Serenity Group, Ist
United Methodist Church. 22nd St..
Mexico Beach. Monday 7:30: Friday
- 7:30. All times central. 647-8054.


All phase carpentry, suspended
ceilings, residential commercial.
d39-3028- tfc 4/7 '
) Professional cleaning: Homes,
Condos, Townhomes, etc. 647-
3601. tfce5/12


Wauneta's Accounting
& Income Tax

Waunela Brewer St. Joe Beach
647-5043


C. R. SMITH & SON
Backnoe work. dozer work root
rake, front-end loader, lot clearing.
septic tanks, drain fields, fill. dirt.
SRt. 2, Bbx A IC. Porl St. Joe
Phone 229-6018.


STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
S 41 Type Electrical Work
S ':.24 Hr: Setice
S LIC. #ER0013168' INSURED -
647-8081
SALAN STRICKLAND


STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All .Types Roofing
30 years experience
'Lie. RB0030039. RGC0038936
Where Quahty Is Higher
Than Price".
229-8631


No time to clean? I'll give you a
clean home you can be proud of. Ref-
'erences available. Call Debbie. 648-
4214. :tc 5/19


American Legion Bingo Thurs-
da night, 7:00 p.m. Cash prizes. Ear-
ly bird 5:00 p.m. Meetings Ist Mon-
day of each monti'.8:00-p.m.
tfr 4/,7
PATRICK E. GRAY
(904) 227-3610


CUSTOM PAINTING &
PRESSURE WASHING
Free Estimates,, .


44P. /U


Decks Houses
Carmorts & Dnveways


CATERING & CAKES
229-6154
SEWING &
ALTERATIONS
oiceper month


LAWN SERVICE
All Types of Lawn Care
Free Estimates
Call 227-1272 after 5:00
p.m. or leave message '
2tp 5/19

Phone 227-1782
Cuts, Color, Frosting, perms
Betty's ReB uty Salon
"A Family Salon"' ,
311 Madison St. Betty Heath
Oak Grove 'Owner/Mgr.


FOSTER TREE &
S AWN SERVICE
No Job Too Big ..,.
.:'Orr Too smafldi
FREE ESTIMATES *
Licensed & Insured 904/639-5368



227-7223 1 Mark Godwin






DESIGN INSTALLATION REPAIRS FREE ESTIMATES
5Satisfaction ABSOLUTELY Guaranteed


Air Conditioning 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
my home. CPR training. fen
backyard. age newborn to schc
Come by 1314 Garrison Ave. b
8 a.m. & 8 p.m.

^ P (SI D Hl iIAF.'.iw-V.!h


Lyn Wymre 0.SLMT

C3A on Cape anBas Road


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


(904) 229-8161
FAYE'S NAIL SALON
TOTAL NAIL"CARE .'
Certified Nail Techniciah '
1905 Long Ave., Port St. Joe -.
Call for Appt.,


JOHN F. LAW
LAWYER
1-904-265-4794
29 Years Experience
WORKER'S COMPENSATION
PERSONAL INJURY
NO RECOVERY-*-NO FEE
7229 Deerhaven Road, P.C.,,. ,


COSTIN'S
Bookkeeping Service
Tax Returns A Specialty
224 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
(9,04) 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


kids tn Port St. Joe Lodge No. 11
iced in Reg. Stated CommunicaUton
ool age. 1st and 3rd Thursday of each
between month, 8:00 p.m.. Masonic Hall.
Lfc 5/5 214 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 Estimates
Phone (904) 227-3660


Nvon

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

S 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
S& INSTALLATION
24 Hr. Service License & Insured
ServingAltof Gulf County
Lic. #RA0040379
639-3415
tfc 5


Remodeling
Repairs
S* New Construction


W Weather Tight
T Construction

S* We Licensed & Insured
RR0060690
Kevin O'Neill Owner 229aws -8635



BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

*Lawn Mowers
Weed Eaters '^ \
Chain Saws Kk
Generators 1

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


Pelicans, Dolphins, Sea Horses.:
They're all here at
THE ENCHANTED COTTAGE
Other Nautical Items available.
We do special orders.
S2 rriles-north of'Wewa' on"Hwv:'7T1.
; ,..,.. 639:27O & --- '.s



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



We Can Build Any Trailer of Your Choice
St. Joe Custom Trailers
Se Moanufactue Our t.rners r ,"h
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

S5x10 10x10 10x20
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT
St. Joe Rent-All
First St. 227-2112
Minli-
Wareho u s es





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


Lawnmowers
Weedeaters
p Tillers \ |
Chain saws .
Generators
umps
Engine Sales


706 1st St.-St. Joe
227-2112

L


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


BOB'S PAINT &
BODY SHOP --
29 Continuous Years of
Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks Body
& Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting i
FREE ESTIMAL4TES on Your Body Work
See or Call BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-7229



Southeastern

Landscaping

SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
LANDSCAPING
NURSERY PLANTS.
POOL
MAINTENANCE


639-5660
TRIPP BARRIER
Violet Pippin Road
DALKEITH
tfc4/14 i



. Franklihn
S Building


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

(904) 227-1199

Fax (904) 229-8470
HC-1 Cessna Drive
Costin Airport
Port St. Joe, FL
32456


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

LIC # RF0051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
ER 0011618

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


JOB NOTICE
The Gulf County Clerks' Office
has an opening for the position of
Deputy Clerk. This position is primar-
ily involved in court related activities.
Qualified candidates must have a
high school diploma, good oral and
written communicating skills; ability to
work well with people, advanced tying
skills, and knowledge and experience'
in working with computers. -..4,
Application may be picked up
and submitted at the JTPA, Job Ser-
vice Office. 206 Monument Ave., Port
St. Joe. FL until 4:00 p.m.. E.D.T.,
Thursday. May 26, 1994. Applicants
will be given a skills test and a typing
test to help determine their suitability
for this position. Gulf County enforces
a Drug-Free Workplace Policy and Is
an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Ac-
tion Employer. 2tc 5/19
Need a responsible. caring per-:
son to supervise an eight year old
child for the summer. Must provide
transportation, Gulf Aire Subd., 647-
3444 3venings, 648-5777 day.
tfe 5/19

Gulf County Association for Re- '
tarded Citizens, Inc. is seeking appli-
cations for the position of Behavioral'
Aide. This is a part-time position In',.
the Residential Services program.;
High school diploma is required: expe-.
rience working with developmentally
disabled people Is preferred. Hours
are: Thursday 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m...
variable hours during the weekend,
Friday Sunday. Job description.
qualifications and application are
available at Gulf County ARC. 200 Pe-
ters St., Port St. Joe. Mail inquiries
may be sent to: P. O. Box 296, Port
St. Joe, FL 32456. Closing date for; *
application is June 1, 1994. This po-
sition is funded by Dept. of HRS/DS.
EEO. 2tc 5/19.


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THET. STAR. POAT ST. JOE. FL.- THURSDAY. MAY 19. 1994


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 wr Re-
tarded Citizens. lic. In Port Joe,
FL is accepting applications for the
position of Exec itive Director. This
full time administrate position re-
quires a BS or BA degree from an ac-.
credited college or university and'
three years professional experience
(full time paid employment) in human
services, business management. ad-
ministration. supervision. program
planning/development- or related
area. Job description, qualifications
and application may be obtained from
GCARC offices at 200 Peters Street.
Port St. Joe. Inquiries may be mailed
to Gulf ARC. P. 0. Box 296. Port SL
Joe. FL 32456. Closing date for appli-
cation is May 23. 1994 at 4:30 p.m.
This program is funded In part by
Dept. of HRS/Developmental Servic-
es. EEO. 2tc 5/19
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
Marie's Comer Bar. Hwy. 71 &
386 In Wewahitchka. Bartender. Ap-
, ply in person. tfc 5/5
Dietaiy help wanted; one part
time cook. Apply in person at Bay St.
Joseph Care Center. tlf 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

Waitresses and counter person-
nel needed for Sand Dollar Bills, 222
Reid Ave. Apply in person please.
fc 5/12





. Five 4x4 truck tires, 38.5x15
ground hogs. great shape. $345 obo.
cost me $190 each. 19" remote TV.
$85. 647-3116. 4tc 5/19
Nordic Track 505. like new.
$325. 229-8859. ltp 5/19
Sanyo audio component system:
with TV/ video cassette recorder.
compact disc player. two speakers &
many others. Bought for $600. will
sell for $400. Rattan set: I couch. 2
chairs and a hassock, with cushions.
$220. Call 227-1364. ltc 5/19

Mushroom compost. $14 per
yard. you pick up. 648-5165.
2tp 5/19
Exercise machine. Soloflex type
with butterfly attachment & leg lift.
: 200. Dinette setL glass & brass. 4
chairs that rock. swivel & roll. asking
$250. paid around $600. 227-1594.
ltp5/19

Gas lawn mower. 22" cut. good
condition. 648-5114.
ltc 5/19

One couch with hide-a-bed, on
, recliner, one chair w/ottoman. 3 wa-
ter beds. all evry reasonably priced.
227-1252. Itc 5/19
One lounge chair. bed. antique
wall mirror, dishes, linens. 229-8549.
Itc 5/19
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 \ISA.
Surplus Equipment: Paint
Booth. The Gulf County School Board
will receive sealed bids for the sale
and removal of one ,(1) automobile
paint booth, serial ST-9. part
#F86126A. The booth size is appro\.
': 27'L x 14'w x' 9'H. Alemite. A Division
;. of Stewart-Warner Corporation is the
identified manufacturer. Paint Booth
Is located in the automobile paint and
body shop building behind Port SL
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School. Paint booth
may be inspected during the hours
8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.. Monday Fri-
day. Interested persons should con-
tact Temple Watson at 9(04) 229-
8256 or (904) 639-2871. Bids will be
received until 12:00 noon, E.Q.T.. on
May 27. 1994 at the Administrative
SOffices of the Gulf County School
Board, 502 Niles Road. Port St. Joe,.
FL 32456. Bids must be sealed and
clearly marked "Pain Booth 1-94".
: 2tc5/19

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

: Craftsman tools and Die Hard
Batteries are available now at West-
Semrn Auto Store. 219 Reid Ave. 227-
1105. .- fc5/5
S GOLD, GOLD, GOLD. Sell us


your scrap gold. St. Joe Pawn. 212
Williams Ave.. Port St. Joe.
.. ic 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
Old brick, clean two, get 1 free.
* Call George, 229-8398. tfc 5/5


;:Electrolux and all other vacu-
ums, repairs and sales, bags. any-
-thing for any vacuum and any central
built-in vac's. Callaway. Vacuum &
Sewing Machines, Tyndall Parkway,
near Hwy. 22, Panama City. FL
324,04. 763-7443 or 1-800-717-7253.
pd thnru9/ 1/94

Attention Attention Atten-
tion: Lawn service & tractor work. B
& J Enterprise. reasonable rates. Call
827-2805 or 827-2876. 52tp 1/7
Port St. Joe Western Auto now
honoring Panama City Western Auto
Co. store advertised tire sale prices.
Computerized WHEEL ALIGNMENT.
Sears Card now at Port St. Joe West-
ern Auto. Discover TOO! 227-1105.
tIc 5/5

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






FREE cats: 4 kittens and 3 grown
females. Two are spayed and I will
pay for the other to be. 227-7292 or
91 Duval SL,. Oak Grove.
Itp 5/19

Four orphan kittens desperate
for home. Sweet. fuzzy & FREE.
Please call 229-1067 or 229-8997.

HAPPY JACK SKIN BALM:
Checks scratching. relieves hot spots
and irritated skin without steroids.
Promotes healing & hair growth on
dogs & catsl Available OTC Barfield's
Lawn & Garden, 229:2727.
lOtc 5/12

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.
4tc 5/5

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







Half acre lots for sale, Hwy. 386.
Overstreet. $500 down. $96.48 per
month. 120 months. Call and leave
message. 229-6031. tfc 5/19
Owner anxious to sell. 2.73
acres, comer property, Sunshine
Farms. OverstreeL $12.500. 27-1467.
tfc 5/19

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. tfic 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, formal
dining room. indoor laundry rm..
glassed In porch, satellite TV. Ig.
swimming pool. For sale by owner.
.Shown by appointment only. 229-
8276. 2tp5/19
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 5/19
Homesite ready for new home. 5
acres, electric hook-up. septic.
12'x18' 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. (1 sm.. I bath. Fla. rm..
new roof. carpet, cen. ac/h. wiring.
plumbing, etc. Well w/auto. sprinkler
system, fenced in backyard. By appLt
only. 229-6861. 2tp5/12
1/2 acre lot with septic tank.
$9.500. Overstreet Road. Owner fi-
nancing. 227-2020. ask for Billy.
tfc 5/5

LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery
Road. 1 mile off Overstreet Road. 9
miles south of Wewa. Owner financ-
ing. Call 229-6961. tfe 5/5







Wanted: Child's car seat. Child is
over 20 Ibs. Call 827-1304.
.e 5/19

Wanted: Baby cribs & rocking
chairs for church nursery. Call 227-
1318 after 4:00 p.m. lte 5/19


Wanted: Used jalousie door. 647-
8248. ltp 5/19
Wanted: Roommate to share
house & living expenses at beach.
Call 648-4385, ask fort Faye.:
It5/19
Will pay cash for your broken air
conditioner. Call 648-5162 before 2
p.m. 2tc 5/19


Post to Install Officers


John C. Gainous Post 10069
V.F.W. and the Ladies Auxiliary
will have their new officers for
1994-95 installed by Post District
Seventeen Commander Joel Beck
and Post District Seventeen Presi-
dent Susan Pointer on May 20, at
7:00 p.m. The public Is invited to
attend.
The members of the John C.
Gainous Post 10069 V.F.W. will
hold a Poppy Drive in Wewahitch-
ka, May 21. All members are
urged to take part in this drive.
The money taken in the drive will
go into the relief fund. The chair-
man of the Poppy drive will be in
Wewahitchka at 8:30 C.S.T.
District Seventeen V.F.W.
held its regular meeting May 15
In Vernon at Post 10085 V.F.W.
The District 17 held elections and
elected was: Commander George
S. Coody; Sr. V. Cmdr. Fred Kel-
sen; Jr. V. Cmdr. Danna,John-
son; Quartermaster Harry Paul:
Judge Advocate Andy Taylor; Sur-
geon Leslie McNanee: Chaplain
Edward R. Coody; three year
trustee Wood Bury; two year trus-
tee Fred Johnson: one year trus-


PUBLIC

NOTICES

NOTICE ,TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDM
BID NO. 9394-16
The Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County. Florida. will receive sealed bids irom any
person, company, or corporation interested In sell-
ing to the County the following described personal
property
1994 1/2 Ton 4 Wheel Drive Pick-up.
Short Wheel Base, Automatic Trans-
mission. A/C. P/S. AM/FM Radio.
Slep-up Bumper. Side View Mirrors,
4.3 Liter Engine or Grealer. For fur-
ther InformaUon, contact thie Gull
County Solid Waste Department at
call 1904) 227-3696. 8-00 am. 4:00
pm. EDT.
Delivery date must be specified
Liquidated damages for failure to deliver
unit on specified date will be set at S25 00 per
day.
Please indicate on envelope that this Is a
SEALED BID, the BID NUMBER. and what the bid
Is for.
Bids will be received until 500 p m.. EDT.
June 14. 1994. at the O1ccee of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court. Gulf County 'Courthouse, 1000 Fifth
Street, Port SL Joe, Florida 32456 The Board re-
serves the right to reject any and all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ Warren J. Yeager. Jr.
Publish: May 19. 26. 1994.

INTHE CIRCUrr COURT
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO 93-104
WACHOVIA CORPORATE
SERVICES. INC.
Plaintiff.
ASSOCIATES PRINTING COMPANY
Subdivision of
COMBINED AMERICA COMPANY. INC.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice Is hereby glten pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated November 29,
1993. and entered In Civil Case No. 93 104 of Lhe
Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of
the Stale of Florida, In and for Gull County, and
pursuant to the Order Setting New Sale Date dated
May 12. 1994. herein Wachocia Corporate Servic-
ea. Inc. is Plaintiff and Associates PrInting Compa-
ry. a subdivision of Combined America Company,
Inc. Is Defendant. I will sell to the highest bidder
for cash at the front door of the uull County
Courthouse in Port St. Joe. Florida, at 11:00 [Elev-
en OClockl AM. ETon the 2nd day of June. 199-1.
the following described property as set forth In
said Final Judgment. towit
That certain condominium parcel
composed of Unit B-7 and the un-
di,,ded share in the common ele
ments appurtenant thereto. Inatc-
cordarce with and subject to the
covenants, conditions, restrict
torts. terns and other provisions
of the DECLARATION OFCONDO-
MINIUM OF SEACUFFS. A Condo-
miniumr, with Is attached ehitbits
as recorded in 0 R Book 1 16.
Page 163, through 301 of the pub
lic records of Gulf County, Florida
DATED this 13th day of May, 1994
BENNY C. ULSTER
CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
/s/ Tonya Knox. Deputy Clerk
Publish May 19. 26. 1994.


tee Phil Leaven, for the 1994-95
year. The new officers were in-
stalled by Post State Commander
Eugene Manfrey.
John C. Gainous Auxillary
11069 met on May 10th for a
stated meeting. Eight members
were present.


President Tony Perry-
refreshments. Auxilary IT
with birthdays In May
Catherine Kennedy,
Hutchins, Wanda Waker
Young and Margaret Bark
shared this cake with P
Auxiliary members.


Transportation Counci

Needs Input from Publi


The Gulf County Transporta- resident
Lion Disadvantaged Coordinating cuss ur
Board announces a meeting to or any
which all persons are invited. The local tra
agenda will Include the review of The
Transportation Disadvantaged the G
Trust Fund Grant applications, Commi:
amendments to the Bylaws and Joe. Or
Grievance Procedures and the p.m.. E
CTC Evaluation. p.m., E.
Following the meeting will be For
a public hearing to which all per- tact Va
sons are invited. The purpose of lachee I
the hearing will be to allow local 904/67


News From The

and log
Amn. Liffick the insp
calibrati
Air Force Airman David S. Lit- equipine
:,fck has graduated from Air Force Ing wer
,basic training in Lackland Air common
Force Base. ment,
During the six weeks of train- and proj
Ing the airman studied the Air Part
Force mission, organization and D. Parha
customs and received special Yvonne
training in human relations. Beach.
In addition, airmen who com- Part
plete basic training earn credits Port St.
toward an associate degree
through the Community College
of the Air Force. Lee
Liffick Is the son of Air Force
Senior Master Sgt. Michael E. Navy
and Sharon A. Liffick of Port St. er, son
Joe. Parker c
His wife, Leah, is the daugh- ported
ter of Albert C. and Donna Ray of stroyert
.Port St. Joe. homepo
Liffick is a 1993 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School.
Fun

Joseph Bridges Pro
Navy Petty Officer First Class .
Joseph S. Bridges. son of Mary R. :ihe
Bridges of Port St. Joe recently Project C
received a letter of commenda- ka would
lion. winners
Bridges was cited for superior raiser.
performance of duty while as- hitchka
signed at Fleet Area Control Sur- two pict
veillance Facility, Naval Air Sta- by Clasy
Lion, Jacksonville. rapher.C
He consistently performed his wahitch]
demanding in an exemplary and Both fra
highly professional manner. play at F
He Joined the Navy in July would
1980. bought t


Amn. Parham
Air Force Airman 1st Class
James D. Parham has graduated -
from an avionics test stations and 308
components specialist course at $10
Lowvry Air Force Base, Denver., '$10
Colorado. 205
Students were taught the bil
fundamentals and applications of bl
electronic principles, and circuit


Fantasy Properties, Inc
l \ .,. "1200U.S. Hwy. 98 Inc
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


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ts the opportunity to dis-
"met transportation needs.
other issues that relate to
transportation services.
e hearing will be held at
ulf Countty Courthouse
mission Chamber in Port St.
Thursday. May 26, 4-00
-.S.T.- meeting and 5:00
.S.T.- public hearing.
more information,. con-
nita Anderson at the Apa-
Regional Planning Council.
4-4571.


Military

ic diagrams required for
section, maintenance, and
ion of aircraft avionics
ont. Included in the train-
e aircraft systems. theory;
i automatic test equip-
and computer operation
gramming language.
lham Is the son of James
am Sr. of Port St. Joe and
G. Parham of West Palm

ham is a 1992 graduate of
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School.


Parker
y Ensign Gregory L. Park-
of Bruce and Sharon
of Port St. Joe, recently re-
for duty aboard the de-
tender LISS Shenandoah,
rted in Norfolk, \A.


idraiser for

ject Grad

committee members' of
Graduation in Wewahitch- .
Id like to announce the
of the most recent fund
Ashley Noles of Wewa- -
won first choice of the
ures which were donated
ton Wooton, area photog-
Carrie Davis. also of We-
ka, '-won. the other photo.
named photos were on dis-
Rich's IGA. The committee
like to thank all who
tickets.


\w l provide information and nelp
to residents with questions and
problems related to the federal
government.








SUMMER

PROPERTIES
An Inre-peridenUy Owned and Operated Mem
tier of Cocdwell Banker Residential Affiliates., Inc.
Expect the best."

ST. JOE CHARM: Corner lot, beauti-
ful landscaping, brick, 4 br or 3 br
t'ilh a den. 2 ba., 1400 -1 q ft,1. If l'
storage, large screened m porch, all
kitchen appliances. Thid.bhe won't last
long
ST. JOE STARTER HOlIE: Just re-
duced, 3 br, I ba. large limner lot, all
kitchen appliances, tor'.' shed, new
roof. vin I siding, some furnishings
included, great value for the money,
$-3.900
WATERFRONT ON THE CHIPOLA:
2 acres, 2C00' on the riner, 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, floabng dock,
lili house, within Wev'a city limits,
c\vner iill finance! $199,000O.
CAPE SAN BLAS ON ST. JOE'BAN:
100' on the Bay, 600 ft. dep, beautiful
lots Priced to sel-l at $145,00) each, only
5 left
GULF VIEW EXECUTIVE HOME: 3:
br, 2 ba, approx. 3000 sq. fr, garden
landscaping, gourmet kitchen, pahos,
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 fdriushed,'
pocol, tennis courts, fantastic :views.
Priced between $110.000 and $179,000.
Some units owner financing with 10%
down. .. .
CHERYLSUMMERS, Realtor
MIKE BRADY, Realtor,

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NewListings
i Gulfaire Dr, 3 br., 2 ba. home with den.
5,000.00
5 Mississippi Dr. Mexico Beach. 2 br., 2 ba. mo-
- home, 3 blocks from beach. $39,900.00
Reduced
itts Ferry. Between Wewa and Blountstown. 2 br.,
a. mobile home. Close to water with deeded ac-
s to boat ramp on Chipola River. Reduced to
,000.00


OF BAY
Co.


(904) 648-5716
820 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach
1-800-872-2782
IKE DUREN, Broker
JANICE BROWNELL, Salesperson -ELLEN MEGILL, salespersonn
Res. 648-8761 Res. 648-8873


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Police



Pistol



Match
The Gulf Rifle Club held Its
first Police. Pistol Combat (PPC)
Match on May seventh. All the
participants enjoyed the competi-
tion and are looking forward to
4 next months match. Tim Register
of the Gulf Corrections Institution
.. was high law enforcement and
Carl Chandler was high civilian.
The Rifle Club has the next
match scheduled for Saturday,
June fourth, with registration
starting at 8:30 a.m. and shoot-
ing starting at 9:00 a.m. Allhand-
gun enthusiasts are invited to
come out and participate. The Ri-
: fie Club plans to make this PPC
Match a monthly event with
matches being held on the first
Saturday of each month. This
S form of pistol competition is
structured towards law enforce-
ment but anyone will enjoy shoot-
Sing in this match. Trophies will
be awarded to the high law en-
forcement and civilian competi-
tor.

served Peterson's Aide
members Here to Advise
Sharlet U.S. Congressman-Pete Peter-
Gloria son. D-Marianna. announced to-
:er, who day that Ken Davis. a representa-
ost and five from his Panama City district
office will visit Port St. Joe to
meet with constituents from 3:30
p.m. to 4:30 E.D.T, Monday. May
23. In the Law Library at the Gulf.
County Courthouse.
[C Peterson said Davis.,who will
be visiting Gulf County monthly,
pro-i.e non-ation-An eip














PAGE 7


Gulf County Commission Minutes


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PORT ST. JOE,. FLORIDA
APRIL 26, 1994
REGULAR MEETING

The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met April 26, 1994 In regular session with
the following members present Chairman Warren
J. Yeager, Jr., and Comms. Billy E. Traylor, Mi-
chael Hammond. Jessie V. Armstrong, and Nathan
Peters, Jr. '"
Others present were: County Attorney J.
Patrick Floyd, Clerk Benny C. Lister. Chief Deputy
Clerk Doug Birmingham, Deputy Clerk Debbe WIb-
berg. Admin. RIt [arry Wells, Emergency Manage-
ment Coordinator Marshall Nelson, Planning and
Building Director Don Butler; Buildilng Inspector
Richard Combs, Road Department Supervisor
Bobby Knee, Mosquito Control Department Super-
visor Paul Wood, Veteran Services Officer Bo Wil-
liams and Chief Deputy Sheriff Jack Davilla.
The meeting was called to order at 6:06
p.m., E.D.T. .
Admin. Wells opened the meeting with
prayer and Chairman Warren J. Yeager. Jr. led the
Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
CONSENT AGENDA
Upon motion by Comm Traylor. second by
Comm Peters, and unanimous vote the Board ap-
proved LIoconsent agenda: Consent Agenda Items
approved. A. Minutes April 12. 1994 Regular
Meeting. I ., .
B. TrInventory Transfers a Transferred
Emergency Management Vehicle to Sheriffs Office
Auxiliary.
C. Resolutions -
Copy of Resolutions 94-15. Resolution 94-
09. Resolution 94-10. Resolution 94-11. Resolu.
Uon 94-12. and Resolution 94-14 are on file at the
Gulf County Courthouse
D. Ordinances Ordinance 94-03 An ordi-
nance to the Gulf courny Board of County Comma
pursuant to the State Housing Initiatlses partner-
ship (SHIP) Program Providing for definitons, Pro.
hiding for the creation of the Local Housing AssIs-
tance Trust Fund. Providing hor the establishment
of the Local Housing Assistance Part-rers;iip: Pro-
viding for the Intent and purpose of establishmer,'
of the Local Housing Assistance Program: Prod.
Ing for the creauon of an Affordable Housing Adal-
sory commIttee. Providing for terms of said corn
mitee: Providing for duties and responsibilities of
said committee. Providing for seserabillry and Pro-
viding an elTective date. Declaring the enactment
of this Ordinance to be and consurute an emer.
agency.
(Copy of file In Clerk's office)
INVOICE- BUZZETTS DRUG STORE rIH.P-.
TITIS FOR SFERIFFS DEPARTMENT
Clerk Lister presented an Insoice from Buz-
zeits Drug Store for payment of the 3rd series of
Hepatitis saccnes for the Sheriffs Department I,
the amount of $1 275 98 Chairman Yeager stated
that Intolce would be paid for by the SheniflT De.
apartment.
INVOICE- QUARTERLY SAMPLE ING FEE
FOR GASKIN PARK AND OVERSTREET PART
Upon mouon by Comm Peters by Comm.
Hammond. and unailmous orte. the Board ap-
prosed to pay the quarterly water sampling fees for
Gaskin Park and Oserstreet Park. Aprt-LJune.
1994 In the amount of $80.00 to the Gulf Counrt
Public Health irUitL Comm Hammond requested
that the Clerks olTice keep a tabulauon of these
payments and reduce the total amount from the
quarterly statement that Is paid by the County to
the Gull County Public Health Unit.
ADVERTISING. SEAFOOD FESTIVAL
Upon motion by Comm. Hammond. second
by Comm. Peters, and unanimous vote. the Board
approved to pay for a full page ad in the Ninth Arn-
nual Se food Fesusal Program In the amount c-I
$200.00. It was noted that payment would be
made from Legal Ad ertuslng&
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES- FL ASSOCI-
6TION OF COUNTY AGING EXECUTIVES
Upon moon by Comm Hammond. second
by Comm Traylor. and unanimous 'ote. the Board
opposed payment of annual membership does to
the Florida Asc.ciauton of County Aging Execu-
uses.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT- VEHICLE
PURCHASE
Emergency Management Director Wells dis-
cussed the recent purchase of the (2) sedans for
the Emergency Management Department
FEMA- FINAL AUDIT -
Emergenc Management Director Welbl stal-
ed that FEMA had tentatively approved the audit
from the Whiter Storm March. 1993 and that the
County. would be receiving an additional
$35.833 79. He noted the County would receive a
total of $70.881 79 In assistance from FEMA
WORKSHOP- FL SMALL COUNTY REVE-
NlUEWORKSHOP
Upon mnouoin by Comm Peters, second byt
Comm. TralIor, and unanimous vote the Board
approved to allow, ans Comm. and Admin Well- to-
* attend the FL' Iill County Resenue "Workshop in
. Marlanna May 6 1994 '1 i
GOVERNOR S HURRICANE CONFERENCE
Upon motion b) Comm Peters second by
Comm Travlor. and unanimous tote. the Board
agreed to allow snv. Comm Adrriin Wells. and
Emergency Management r.:rdlrator NeLson to at.
tend tie C.oemor a Hurricane Conference June 7-
10, 1994 In Tampa.
COUNTY ATTORNEY- COMMISSIONER
TIME INSTEAD OF OVERTIME
Upon request by the Board. Counri Artone.
Flyd stated that onlCity d Ciount gcveme-
ment have the option of glsing their employees.
romp time fat a one and one-half hours) Instead
c-i c. e ro me
ORDINANCE- ADVERTISE NOTICE OF IN-
TENT TO ADOPT
UpFcn mouron b) Comm Hammond. second
by Comm TDraylor and unanimous ole. Lthe Board
approved to advertise the notice of intent to adopt
an ordinance esablbihing a licensing program to
regulate contractors in Gullf County Florida.
WORKMAN S COMP -INCE TAYLOR
Upon recommendaulon by County Attorney
Flosd. Comram Peters motioned to pursue a reco:- -
er. on behalf.of the Count) from the Special DiBa-
bilirt Trust Fund for workers compensation re-
garding \ nce Taylor. Cornm Traylor seconded their
motion arid the mo'uon passed unanimously.
SHIP PROGRAM
Country Attorney Floyd and SHIP Programrn
Administrator Bo VIlliam- discussed the SHIP Pro-
Oam i


COMPACTOR SITE- TRANSFER STATION
County Attorney Floyd noted that all monies
regarding the sale/lease agreement of the Compac-
tor Site between Gulf County and the City of Port
St. Joe had been received.
NEW PRISON FACILITY.
County Attorney Floyd discussed the acqul-
sitlon of the property for the new prison facility In
Wewahltchka. -
RESOLUTION 94-08- COMMENDING PORT
ST. JOE SIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM
.lUpon motion by Comm. Peters, second by
Comm. Hammond and unanimous vote, the Board
adopted the following resolution. Chairman Yeager
-presented a framed copy of the adopted resolution
to Coach Veni Epinette and members of the Port
St Joe Basketball Team. Copy of'Resolution 94-08
Is on file at the Gulf County Courthouse.
SPEED LIMIT SIGNS .
Com Hmm -nmoid reql-lieted tLhat 45 m.p.h.
signs be placed on each sideftee Overstreet
Bridge and a' the C 30 interzecui.o The Board
had no ohjecurios
SHIP PROGRAM HOUSING INCENTIVE

S Upon motion by Comm. Peters. second by
Comm. Traylor and unanimous vote, the Board
adJopied the AlTor-irLile Hotu-iag iiceiitne Plai pe-
p3red by Juliar H ebb and Al )ciate;- II.c
SHIP PROGRAM- REHABILITATION
GRANTS
Gull .Cquht) Pla.inlg and Building Direc.or
Butler requested that the Board apprc.se the Pl-
kIihg rehablliauoti grants from the SHIP pr.:.--
gan and to allow the Clerks olTice to isue a
check heii the check request La receded from-In.-
llan Hines and As.'O.. hIc Upon motion b2
Cornmmn Peters. second by Comm. Tra3l.:r aulid
unanliTmis vote. 'he Board appro-ed Pliaitirng aid
Building DirecE:.r Butlers reqes5t. Willie and
George Rile)-$3.0000 0t Charle. and Sheila Fisher
.3i.000 00 Ceph-.ius Fisher 3 000 00 Cora Lee
Keith 3 000 00. Hazel Marie Nsegele S3.u0000
Tammy Cajnni.gioni 3.000.00. Eir Mae Fennell
$3.000 1"0. Minil)T. Fedd S3 000 00
Comm Peters mouoned th waise all permit
fees pertLaning to rthe corinirScucon iourk paid i':rrm
the SHIP Pr.gram rehhabilit.u-,,i grant lih.d-
Comm Tral,:.r seconded iLj- mti-.-iin arid Lhe I.,: .
uoti passed utahi -arnsl.
NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM
FlaJi.i. and Building Directo:r Butler re-
quested aj. amendeidreit of OCidliaJice '6.04 as
mandated by the N3aliu-il Fk-.cd tInsurace Pro-
gram C-omm Hari-mond n.ou-.:.ned to be ii the
neces-sar procedures a:, amend the Ordiinauce SF-
04 Comm Tral.-,ayr secaoi.led the n-mu.On aj. d t e
motloii passed iitiijumiail),
GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE- AIR CON-
DITIONING [HONEYWELL]
Upon dciscissiron by Planiiung and Buiildingg
Director Bstler Con.mm. Hammirnd m,:.Uaied t-.3
purchase on aJi emergency. bitaL an air ccOm-
pressor for Lt e air conldirtilinig r, nir at Uie CiiIf
County Couitlho.ie at ait eiimated cast uf.1
3 052 00 C.:irrmm Trallr seconded the moUrori
and the mouuii paS..ed Llialltmi.151l
ADVERTISE- NOTICE OF INTENT TO
ADOPT ORDINANCE 93-12
Planning aid B-lilding Director B..ler in-
quired if the Clerk office or the Cointy) Ati-.nc%
.u]ld adierut ie the li.:lice inte Lti acd.- p -ir.tri-
nance 93 12 Chairman Neager stated the Clerk s
.mfice would be res.c.rnsible for the adserunemehui-
OLD GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE- NA-
TIONAL ELEVATOR CONTRACT)
Comm TraIlor n-IIouined to approve the cc-n
tract with Naiuonal Elevoln. coriurngent up c -thee
COuiir'y ALtnlley s rae.le Comm Han&inrlhid ec-
onded the moon and the mouon passed 4 I
(Comm Peters opposed
GULF COUNTY PLANNING AND DEVELOP-
MENT REVIEW BOARD
Gulf County Planning and Budilding Director
Buder sLlaed that the Gull County Planning and
Deel.pmenrt Review Board will hold a meeUnt rin.
amend secuion I of the Comprehensihe Plan Fn.
day. May 6. 1994
SPECIAL MfETING- PUBLIC HEARING
FOR COMPREHENSI'E PLAN AMENDMENT
Chairman Nleaer staled that there would be
a special meeung. Thursday Mat 12. 1994 at
12.00 p m E D T regarding the proposed amend-
mernt to the ComprehenrLe PF'lar
GULF COUNTY PLANNING AND DEVELOP-
MENT REVIEW BOARD- APPOINTEES
Comm. Hammond discussed the appoirt-
ment to the Gulf County Planning and Detelop.
mernt Reonew Board and the cmmn-rlurnents of the
appointees to serse on this B,:.ard After discus-.
sic.n. the Board stated thar they vould discuss the
matter at their next regular rneeung
CHANGE ORDER- INDUSTRIAL ROAD
AND HWY.98
Upon mrotlon by Cronmm. Traylor. second by%
Comm Hammond. and unanimous voe.the Board
approi ed a change order w, C W FRc.berts I'.r w.:.rk
Ren.:.rm.e4 ati ...iAsLal. ioad and Highway,98 ..
ROAD PAVING PROGRAM
Coiunr Engineer Ri-h stated that he arti l
pated 'hat C.W Roberta w,:uld be in the area iUtr,-
in the week to complete the Gulf County Road Pa'
Ing Program.
WHITE CITY WATER SYSTEM- WATKINS
ENGINEERS AND CONSTRUCTORS INC.
Ralpn Shoemaker o W'alkins Engineers add
Co:nstructors. Inc presented a letter to the Board
explaining the delay In t-e compleuon of td-e h-itre
City Water System and requested thai arn) penal-
ries -r liquidated damages t-, wai.ed. Cummn Hamn.
nmond dscuied the change orders and stated that
Watkins Engineers and Conatrictors. Inc. had am-
ple time to complete the project C:,unty Engineer
RIsh stared thar he did not totally disagree tlnth
it.e letter but that was the Boards declsli-n After
discus-lon. Comm. Traylor motioned to grant Wat-
kirns Engineers and Cc.r -tructors. Inc a 2 seek ex-
rensl-:.n Conmm Hammond seconded the mouic-.n
for dizcussian After discussion. CL.:mm Hamrmon I
wit-idrew r&d second The motion died for lack of a
secon:.d Comm. Peters moutoned thal the penalues
arnd liquidated damages be reduced by SC5r-,
C-omm Trailor seconded the mo-iun. Comm. Ham.
mond stated that the. sh-uld live up to their origL-
nal agreement and al.t damages be as-essed fully.
Afrer discussion. the mn.ou-n passed wit-h Commi.
Peters Traylor arid Arn-strong \'rung yes and
Chairman Yeager anjd C-mm Hamnriond voung
rn:, Comm. Hammnd required tj go on record.
thaa this slc-te -3S againli the advce of the Counry
EnaiiLeer aJid the Counrs Attorme%


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PITTS Ci4R'.' E-.'I -
5 7 T ,a R 80 X 200-FT ON
BROTHERS RIVER ORB 99/:232 FR-
STOC-I N Mti .

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2 R-00323O0 .- 4.17
BROGDON PIFRGUER I TE .
5 7 T -6 R '3 1 ,H:PE -EG. AT :A
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LD.RD.. wHEF.E 4iD' RD.. CROSSES
1/2 SE-:,T LintE FQF POBi E 70
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LOT ORB 74/1110 .
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GASKIN PHILLIP RUDY JR.
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GORMAN W. CARSON
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CALHOU'; :E-P,C:-E W. E ; U
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W 7E-.FT)'ORB 23/997.8: 999
MAP #156A .


00230-000R
,/ 9 R-0u<3T'!0 s1E2.13
1 i4L SELLERS I-L 8: CATHY R '
LLIS W~lHTFIEED .; RES AT HOWARD
,CPEEl EC- OH1 ADDITION PB PG
E9 LOT .s ORB 159/895 FR
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T 0024_8-O00R
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gCLARK JAMES W. : SHERRY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
5'47.' CREEK-SECOND ADDITION PBi -PG
9 LOT 6 'ORB l.14/623 FR
RUSSELL
I(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00249-000R
$360.12 11 R-0037600. "11-.41
ATKINS JOHN DOYLE
ES WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
LOT CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB I PG
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The meeting recessed at 7:20 p.m., E.D.T.-
The meeting reconvened at 7:36 p:m.. E.D.T.
ORDINANCE 94-04
Upon motion by Comm. Hammond, second
by Comm. Armstrong, and unanimous vote, the
Board adopted the following ordinance amending
Ordinance 94-01.
Ordinance 94-04.- An ordinance amending
ordinance no. 94-01 which Is an ordinance regu-
lating the providing of water to the residents of the
White City area of Gulf Cou.N. Florida. siJd
amendment Is to change the lie p)ym.ent penale,
to be consistent with tia l',ip-..eJed a ,the beach
system users which reqrliire the amendmentt ,i
section 7 to Include $I.CO =.> an addlu anal penrO
for late payment; and prcidinI aJ. eiTe'-ute date
- Copy of complete ordinaIie o.0 file in Clerk -T
office.

THANK-YOU
Comm. Traylor co.irnenJe-l buiidiithii _pe.:
tor Combs. and Plan: a..g aid Builing Direct-:r
Biatler l'.:r theit Ji f erlirrrni .ce
PLAQUE CITY OF WEWAB]TCHKA AND
GULF COAST ELECTRIC COOP
Comm. Tr.sior re",,- e iic'l h,_ 5'h ard present
plaque to the City ,1 .-.I%- a nt'.hk13 1-i i.:.- ihe Gulf
CL: .tl Elect-ic C,.:-,perau.,e fr -their d-:-nau:> ii ':
wird the pur.-:h-e c f l-e p--perni i.,:r the fnew prn--
i'i fa<:lir The B.: j.-] hI-.1 Ui ,.. : lec :,ri
ACCESS TO0 COUNTY ROAD 12
Cc-tri M- 'rrimnd diic-ssed ,-airaing the -.
a.re-s Lo -.he bcksil-.e ci Lhe pri-: r-i laolit
th-r-i-:.l -i C>-ir R.oadl 12 He qrilie-iuned t-he ne.
ces mirs use C'oJs..t R. i 12 n-teieadJ C-:unty
Road 5 ComrnIs HarinmjidJ a id Trayl:.r dLiIuse"-j '
t.he rrialrer
UNION EMPLOYEE- BILL NUNNERY
C-m31i Pei-rs inTmoucled to remnr:.-e a repri
n.aJd, rA.:., C.-:L,[ Emp.l,-ee Bill Nuhiiers per-
cus-iieile Cc. :irnm Arm-n;*--r,1 -ei-c.a-JeJd tie t n-.
uoa Adrnin Wells sL3reJd tha there w..uold be a
cutihliei ith the Lrinic... C...in ar Aier di ,-c'ioo..
thj-e nrcil:- pa5ieed ui h Cuirn- Peters Arm.
Lroii, aiid Hamm-:ihd -,ung ye- and Chairrriar
Yeager anid Ccmm Travylor Lung n
BOARD POLICY- SPECIAL MEETINGS
Comm Peters rn-.'.le-i.e-J th-atr a.- B.oard
n-ember be allowed to a-id dran itemi r. .-e aa,-nda
for a special meeting with-.:.ir the appi.-sal of the
ChalnTran Comnm Armn.r:.n sec, -eJ rJthe m-.,.)
'l-.n Afteric di-tui ln. 'he rn:.ri.:-, pasej 4 i
(Ch airman Yeager upp -:--ei
WARRANTY DEED- PROPERTY FOR PRIS-
ON SITE
Ijp.-n request by C..,n-m Trail,:.r iCr,ulry Al-
ta3nnes Fk.:d stated 'hatr he saul-d prepare ihe ai.
ranr' deed by W'edrie .day Apnil 27 19:4 1:r ithe
prL-u n .ue pr:.pert for pre _entaUran r--. the De-
parUTnenr :,f Correction, bN C orinT- Tr y lir.
WATER DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES
Chairtmani Yeager paused tie chair wr0 \irc:-
Chairman H.amm.:--d and m:.nel '- recind rJ-he
n-moO-n I: gi .e the \Waiter Departrrent emplo-,ee, a
54t. salary) Increase Comm Peter. sec-.rnjed the
nm-uc-n and the m-r.u-an passed uinanirn:.-usly. Act-
ing Chairm-rar Harnm-f:ird ret-ined Lthe rhur E.)
C hai .man Ji Yagert
SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER- BUILDING
EERMLI
Chairiran Yeager -paedj the chair t-. lce-
Chriirr-r,a Harrm'-nd aihd moutic-n.ed i.-- aJlve the
biuiljing permit fee for the Sw-ni-:r Clrizerin Center
Conin-i Peters seconde- the n'.-ri.n and the ni.-
in-In passed uniJrmouliT A,:Uri Chairirin Han-
me-ndr return-ed the chai re. iChairrrin Nleager.
OLD GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE- OPEN
HOUSE
Con-rin Tr3lo, r ntred rht[ -iere aauld he ani
oper. houe at the Old Gulf Cour,, CourthJiuse
Tue-sdas May 17. 19)4 at 7 0 pm C D T.
LAWSUIT- QUICK VS GULF COUNTY
BOARD OF COMMS,
C.T.unt Arirrn-) rFl.:.-d di-cus ed rJ-e nout uf Intent te file a pei-5.ansl injury- clamJni agilst the
County t., Cora S Quick He reco-nm-imended hatt
the insurance carrier ddurirngi t'e rimne af, :accur-
rer.ce L.e linocllel of ti-s matter Chairrman -Yeager
reque-ted Admin W\ells rioulfy the inri urince an-rl
er
ORDINANCE 94-03- SHIP PROGRAM
i1p:.r request b'r Cou:,nt,' Arin-ies Fl-yd
Co-imn-i Peters :n-.u.:-ied l. adupt Ordinarn e 94-03
.,a-t ar emergency' bLart Co-In-I Han-immT.nd sec.
onded the morJon arid the MiCuon p-aet urnani-

RESOLUTION 94-17
Upoii nri)tlon by Crninm Tra\lir. -ec-.:ii b.,
Cinmm Peters and urnanrimous rote. 'tie .Bail ap-
pried the '1olloainz re-olduI.li of Emn-ii-id D
Q'iinta.ia tw, the rtrsr dis-ict co-rt l o appeal --.f d'et
sr.ate F lorida. Copy of Re s:luuon -34-1 7 L, on file
at the Gulf C 3untr CoLurt, Iue
There beitig no f,.-rd-her business. and up:.n -
mo-aon by Comm. Traylor. sec.:.nd t> C.nmm HJm--
mand. and unanirm'ous vote.. the meeung did ihen
dr-louni at S 3 06 p m ED T
WARREN J. \-tAGER. JR. *
C-AJ R.M.AN
/Sl 5BE.NN'C LISTER









INVITATION TO BID
Sealed proposals will be rtccti d in the office
of the City Clerk. 305 FiftL Su-eet. FPort SL Jo.
Florida. urnil 4 30 p n June 6. 1994. for replace-
rnent of traffic detection loups for the City of Punrt
St Joe. Flonda. as outlined in the specIlcfiator a
pertaining thereto
Specificantions and bid documents may be
obtained from the City Clerk a office, 305 fifth
StreeL, Port St. Joe. Florida 32456. telephone 19041
229 8261. Monday Lhrough Friday, between 6800
a.rmi and 500 pm Bids will be publicly opened
and read at U-ie CIry Commission mee-iDn. June 7.
19341. in the City Commilsaion Chambers. City
Hall. 305 Fifth Street, Port SL Joe. Flonda The
City reseres I-the nrght it accept or reject any or all
bids. or to select the Bid fell to be in the bert inter-
est of IJe Cit)
JliM MALOY. MPA. CIY" CLERK
Publish- May 19. 1994


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NOTICE OFINTENDED ACTION
THE GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Purpose and Effect: Th-e Gulf County School
SBoard proposes to amend arid adopt police. as -
provided fur in the Admninis ause Procedures Art,
for the purpose of bringing said policies into com-
Spllance with Florida Statutes and State Board of
Education Rules
Summaryr The following is a brief descrip-
tion of each proposal change of Chapter 6GX23..
2.40 Drug-Free Workplace
5.99 Drug-Free Workplace
6.79 Drug-Free Workplace "
'2 50,)F Prohibltion of Harassment
4 527 Prohibition of Harassment
6 al0 Prohibiiarn of Haraarmernt
Economic Imphct: Thils proposals sill result
In no direct cuts assuc-ated with imnplementaton
IF REQUESTEFD. A HEARING WILL BE HELD

Time: 9:00 a.m., E.T.
Date: Tuesdav. June 7, 1994
Place: Board Room, Gulf County School
Board Ofi1ce 502 Niles Road, Port St. Joe. FL
32456
The entire test of the proposed 'rulea can be
Itrispe ted during regular office hours at tie Gulf
County Schoulo Board OtTirce. 502 NIlem Road. Port
SL dJue. FL
Special legal adthonrity under whIch the
adopoon La authorued and the law beirmg imple-
rntni d arid Irnterprted arc made specific
Ti-ie addition arid chan-ges are proposed by
Charles T WaLson Director of Support Services;
and approd approve for cornsideration by B Walter Wild-
er. Superintendent.
Ar-icndm-enL s
Rule Irl
2.40 Drug.Free WorkT.r ce
5 9 Drug-free Storkplace
679 Drug free orkplace
-2 500 Pronibloun of Harassment
4 527 Prohibluon of Haraismernt
6 e aProhlbiuon of narassmenr
Publish May 19& 26. 1994


IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTLENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR CULF COUNTY
CASE NO 94 123
IN RE The Marriage of
WILLIAM ANDREW WHITE.
Husband/Respondent,
And
AUDRY MARIE KING WHITE.
Wile/Pentironer
NOnTICE OF ACTION
TO William Andrew While
Address Urnknow'n
IOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Peddon
for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or other response to Lhe Petition on Petit-
tioners Atlrrne)-. ROBERT M MOORE. P 0 Box
2 16. Port SL Joe. Florida 32456. and file the origi.
nal thereof in the Circuit Court Clerks Office. Gulf
County Courthouse. Port iL Joe. Florida 32-156.
.on or before the 20th day of June. 1994 If you fail
to do so, a Finral Judgment fur the relief sought
may be granted by default
DATED this ,-,e I I Lh day of May. 19594
BENNY C LISTER
Clerk of Circuit Court
By /s/ Tonya Knox
Deputy Clerk
Publish May 19 & 26. Jtne 2 & 9. 1994

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9394-15
The Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County. Florida. will rece.e scaled bids from any
person, company. or corporation interested in pur-
chasing from t-e Counrt the following described
personal property-
l976 Chesy Stake Bed Pick Up Truck
located at the South Gulf County Vol-
unteer Fine Department For further
formation please call 19041 229-
8182 or (9041 229-1199
Delivery.date must be specified. .
Liquidated damriages for failure to deliver
unit on specified date will be set at 52500 per
day
Please Indicate on envelope that this Is a
SEALED BiD. the BID NUMBER., and what the bid
is for.
Bids will be received until 5 00 p inm EDT,
June 14. 1994. at the Office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court. Gulf County Courthouse. 1000 Fifth
Street. Port SL Joe. Flonda 32456 The Board re-
serves the right to reject any arid all bids,
BOARD OF COUNT-' COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
..// Warren J Yeager. Jr
Publish May 19. 26. 1994

-JOB NOTICE "
Thee Cite of Port StL .Je ill be accepting ap.
9 licaour fr 'i.-t-.L63- .uum-ner:Sm de mrE nply.-
T ern F ri in "ur the- rollu.ur-ig lab siteS .
*.. S -tac house I
Wa hirhgtoL r. Recreaton Center
F'J. Elerrentar>, G.,T
V.'asteaater Treuatairnt Plant
Applicauions mar be picked up and returned
to the Municip.l Bilding. 305 Fifth Street. begir.
n-r.g'Thursoa,. May 19u.jr.c 2. 1991
The City o Punrt SL Joe ta an Equal Opportunity/
AffriTnaase Acuon Em ploer.
TilE CriT OF PORT ST JOE
JIM M.ALY'. CFITY AUDITOR/CLERKI
Publish May/ 19 26. 1994


NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT ORDINANCE
NO. 05-02-94
The CIty of W&ewahitchka proposes to adopt
an ordlranrce regulaurting the parking of motor sehi-
cles within he city of Wewahltchka. providing pen.
altles. providing for repeal of conflicting ordinarnc
es. arid pri:>iding ar. elTectle date
NOTICE is hereby given of the Intent to
adopt this ordinance at the Regular Meeting of the
City ol WeMa-.itchka at City Hall. 117 E Second
Street. Wewahlich'ka. Flonda. on June 6 1994. at
6 30 p m Central Time
All interested parties are Invited to present
their comrenets at the public hearing at the Lime
and place set out above
RAY DICKENS. MAYOR
CrFY OF %WEWAAliTi-irA. FLORIDA
ATTEST Tweda McGIon
Publish May 1 1 Q01


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006o2-_OOR -
66 R-01E7900 "648.64
LETT NEIL R. &8:TERESA -
S 31 T 4 R- 9 A LOT, 17 X 200
FT ORB 120/19 FR WEWA ST-iTE
BANK -
tAP# 112C

006E9-000R "
67 R-0lBN400 S1E3.93,
AKE CLIFFORD R 8: BRANDY R
S 31 T 4 R,9 A 120 X 17E FT
LOT ON BOZEMAN CIRCLE
-ORB 14-/824 FR PARMER 8: ORB
14/825-26 0C FR PARNER
AP# 112C ..

00668-o0OR
68 R-01E9500 S317.61
TOWERS DEVELOPMENT CO. OF
S 31 T .,R 9 7.701 AC
PARCELS 1, 2i 3
ORB 161/574 FR TOWER'S
CONSTRUCTION CO. OF P.C. INC.
-MAP# ii2C,

00668-001R
69 -PR-0i9300 S525.90
HANNA PETER W. 8: CONSTANCE
5 31 T 4 R, 9 1 AC
LYING IN SWC OF S/2 OF SW/4
OF NW/4 ORB 120/94 FR BOMAN
MAPS i12C

0668-OiOR -
70 R-0159500 S504.27
HANNA PETER W. 8: CONSTANCE
5 31 T 4 R 9 i AC 150 X 279
FT PARCEL ORB 127/S4X2 FR
LONG
, MAP# 112C

60689-000R
71 R-0162600 S48.10
TAUNTON DAVID L & ABIGAIL
S 7 T F R 9 18 AC M/L NW/4 OF
SW/4, LESS 22 AC SOLD TO
BROCK 8: LYING IN SWAP LESS
100 FT LOT TO CANNING ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL),


00709-160R
72 R-01&6900 S60
RHAMES DONALD GENE
5 18 T 5 R 9 .583 AC M/L
110 X 231 FT LOT ORB 143/539
FR FORTSON
MAPS 11i4B.


ai 1


.56


Notice of Tax Certificate Sale

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


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PAGE 8 THE STAR, PORT ST. JO, FL *


00733-075R
73 R-0173700 S492.19
GODWIN CARROLL F
S 18 T E R 9 2.34 AC M/L
374.54+ FT PARCEL ON SR 71;
336.62 FT DEPTH ORB 156/963 FR
STRANGE
MAP# 1148

00733-100R"
74- R-0173800 HX S131.6S
MOONEYHAM BOBBY 8: SHERRY
S 18 T S R 9 1 AC M/L
ORB 143/273-74 FR CITIZENS
FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSOC,
OF PSJ
MAP# li4p

00733-350R
75- .R-0174300 AX B$486.90
HORTON HAROLD N. JR 8: MARY W.
S I8 T 5 R9 1.73 AC M/L
.ORB 97/687 FR HORITON 8: LESS
143/591 OC TO-'TAUNTON

0073E5-.OOR
76: R-0175100 S76.E55
'HARRISON WYNELL 8:/OR DEWEY
-S 19 T S R 9-
TRIANG. PARCEL BETWEEN CO. RD
381 8: BURGESS CREEK RD,
ORB 1i 4f763,FR GASKIN
MAP# li4C

00741-6004R
77 R-01768400 $299.1 i
LANGLEY DORA L
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS FARM
# 3 ORB 78/272 5E AC 'M/L
8: ORB 147/75 FR GULF CO.
FARMS INC.
MAP# l4C

00741-O0OR
78 R-0177000 S229.4:7
SALERNO JOANNE M.
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM H
9 ORB 87/444.-. 5 'AC M/L
MAP #141CC

00741-01 iR
79 R-0177100 $318.38
SPANN EARNEST 8: JOEY
GULF CO. FARM 'TRACTS #10 8:
i0 AC M/L ORB 125/800 FR ,
GULF COUNTY FARMS) INC
MAP' #ll4C

007+1-02iR
80 R-0177800 HX 517E.'1
ADAM'S SYLVIA SMITH
GULF COUNT,' Fi4RM TRP. rs
WESTERL' PORTION FARM #19
5 AC M/L ORB 121/94-4 QC FROM
HILL
MAP # 114 C

00741-032R .
81 R-0178900 S193.91
JOHNSON CLIFFORD M JR 8 P.HONEA
GULF COUrIT', F-4RM TRACT. TRi-CT
#.31 mC M/L ORB 76/996& H FR
GULF CO FARMS 8: ORB I8!392
FR GULF CO .FARMS. II4-,.
MAP# C .

0074-033R
82 4.-0179000 19W.3'
ELLIOT JAMES H. SR.. ET AL
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
#32 ORB 9t/i-3 SIGNMEN1 FP
JOHNSON 4;9 AC M/L
MAP #11 ,

S3 F.-ol f i' :"-! "
SALERNO JO ANN
S 19 T 5'R 9 REC'D ORB 56/943.
FR MAYHANN RUNNING ALGO SR 71 .
TO SIMPSON LU-4[D ORE' S6,'94'9 8
7/5E23 MAP i- .


00753-OOOR
84 R-01o2!00
ANDERSON C.ih.FLE& E.
5 20 T E.R 9. i -l n.:lE
ORB 138/34 FR PO,.'ELL
MAP #114D


:3EC L9


00754-0OOOR :
' 8, R-01S2400 5122.79
WHITFIELD JACKIE L'
S 20 T 5 R 9 .33 AC
ORB. 163/19 FR CARNLE, DE1NG IN
SE/4
MAP #11-4D

00771-010R
86 R-0184600 S56'..S
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
S 28 T E R 9 9
BEING LOT 1 OF BRYANT'S .
L"NDINC (UNREC) SUB'. ORB
1l3/,817-e8 FR'FAIRCLOTH.
MAP# .132B

00771-020R
87' R-0184o800 S85. -
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
5 28 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 2 OF BRYANT'S,
LANDING (UNREC) SUB. '
MAP# 132B

00771-i135R
88 R-0187100 S12102
PRESCOTT HERBERT E 8: WANDA M
S 28 T 5:R,9
BEING LOT 26 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB.. ORB 1441/
676-77 FR FAIRCLOTH
MAP# 1328

00771-217R
89 R-0189200 76..55
FARICLOTH JAMES F
S 28 T 5 R 9 .10 AC M/L
BEING LOT 843 BRYANTS 'LANDING
(UNREC) SUB.
MAP# 1328. -

00771-225.R '
90 R-01891400 576.55-
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 76.5
FAIRICLOTH JAMES F
5 28 T 5 R 9 .47 AC H/L
BEING LOT 49A BRYANT'.S LANDING
(UNREC) SUB.
MAP# 132B


00771-255ER
92 R-0190100
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
5 28 T R 9
BEING LOT 50 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB.
MAP# 1328


5176.13


00771-260R
93 R-0190200 S76.E-S
BRYANT'S LANDING HUNTING. 8:
S 28 T E R 9
BRYANTS LANDING WATER PLANT
SITE .16 AC 8: DRAIN FILL AREA
.42.AC ORB 155/984-985 FR
'(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00777-OOOR
94 R-0190800 S479.76
ROGERS JIMMY LEE
5 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'DORB 28/642
MAP #llFA

00788-OOOR
95 R-0191700 S488.90
MORRIS.C. E.
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
PG 38 LOT 16
MAP #112C: BLK i


00796-000R
96 R-0192300 5451.75
HILTON MARY J.
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO PB 2
PG 38 LOT 6 8& 8 ORB 116/921
FR JONES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00818-000R
97 R-0194SOO
LISENBY GEORGE ET UX
CORRECTIVE REPLAT O0
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO
PG 38 LOT 12 ORB 79/101
LOT 14
IfOR FURTHER "LEGAL,-SEE

S00824-0OR
98 R-0o195ss0
HAND CLARENCEL E, ET UX
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO
PG 38 LOT 22.ORB 86/430
MAP T#12C


00827-00OR
99.. R-0195400
POWELL LLOYD N
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO
PG 38 LOT 4 ORB 149/10 F
POWELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

00828-O00R
100 R-0195500
HICE RICKY L 8: GENIE'
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO
PG 38 LOT 5 ORB 154//833
POWELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

00839-OOOR
101 R-019600
FARRELLMIKE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO
PG 38 LOT i ORB' 17/845
WALL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SFE

008 oi1-OOOR
102 R-0196700
FARRELL MIKE :
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK'UNIT NO :
PG 38 LOT & ORB 1 7/8845
WALL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE' 1

0084i.-OiOR
103 R-0196800 .
SFARRELL MIKE '
CORR. REPLAT OF RIVERSIE
PB z2 PG 38
LOT' 3 ORB 1i57/845 FR- W
MAPS 112C:


00841-OSOR
104 R-0196900
FARRELL MIKE
C:RRE,:TiVE REPLAT
PARK UNIT NO. 'I.
PB 1, PG 38 LOTE
84-5 FR WALL
MAP#. 112C3


O F I'.


00954-100R
119 R-0215800 HX S377.0&
JONES JOHNNY L. 8: ZENVALEEN
5 30 T 5 R 9 +.13 AC MiL'FARMI
# 100 ORB' 11/+l446-47 FR GULF
COUNTY FARMS INC.
MAP# 11EB


00954-154-R
120 R-0217800
S216.70 MOON DEBORAH
t GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT N
FARM NO. 1548 2.697 A!C
SPB :2 ORB 135/487 FR GULF CO.'
4 8:' MAP# 11iB

TAX ROLL) 00961-030R
121 R-0219200 HX
S578.,6-; VOYLES DANNY C.
S 32 T 5 R 9. .506 AC M/
112,'5 X 196 FT LOT UNRE
1 PB2 DEED FR VOYLES
MAPS 11EB

BLK : 4 0961-035RR
122 R-0219300
VOYLES ANGELA M
$726.4 6 5 32 T E R 9 -
112.5 X 196 FT PARCEL.NO
ORB 157/879 FR BIRGE
1 PB 2 MAP# ii5B
FR .

TAX ROLL) '00972-050R
TX ROLL 13 R-0221000
BYRAM BARBARA
S160.814 S 33 T 5 R 9 2.9 AC M/L
S ORB 146/336-3'7 FR A'E -
MAPS 132C:
I FB 2
FPR 00974-0;QOR
t24' I R-022=200
TAX ROLL) MANUEL DEWAYNE'
5 33 T 5 R 9 1 ACRE REC'I
19/546 LOT 105 N : S BY
S.1E1A,4+ FT E 8: W
: MAP #132C .

1 PB 2 01008-00OR
FR 125 R-0227800
JOHNSON W.J. 8: JUDY
TN.'< POLL CDJUlI -S LANDING UNIT :1. PI
PG 25.LOT 8 ORB 137/1090
DODD
551.66 MAP'.#132D


I PB 2 0032-O1O0S*R
126 R-0230900
BROCK-BRENDA B
TAX ROLL DOUGLAS, LANDING UNIT 1 .PE
S'PG 25 THE NORTH 1/2. OF L(
AND ALL OF LOT 11 ORB 1 '
5 51.75 FR WILLIAMS
(FOR FURTHER iL.CGi'L SEE ,T(
IE ": P A R K .

tAL(L 0- 0 i04E-0+OR
127 R-0232900
.. 'ARNLEY JUDSON, 14I-TI-IP-fi EL
5 3E T 5 .R 9 't0 Fr ON ,i:Hi
t51.66 RIVER; 600 FR AV DEPTH OF
104/608 FR GATES
'EHI51i MAP# 143


E 'ORB .s7/


8.:.a7 -,-: D. r. : "
105 R-0200200 HX S29415i
DEAN L DAVID '
CORRECTIVE 'REPLAT OF TiJIr'
LAKES SUBO.UNIT 1 PB 2 .PG 38.
LOTS 2 8: 3 LESS 5 25. FT. OF
LOT 3' REC"D ORB 146/777 FR
-(FOR FURTHER LEGAL' SEE 'TAX ROLL)
00 9E 3- .
1:6 R-0210-EO "'F.l, 7.88
S [,,'vI-. GEORGE .D 8: : I-HP, :S-
GULF COU-iTY Fi.Rr S UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 50: 4.:-, L ,:RP-- ORB
78/732
MAP t115.B ., ,


00953-:2R -
107 R-0210600
MINCY ROBERT 8: .LAVERNE
GULF CO'JNT',' FiriS U I iI
TRACT 51 4' A-RES ORE;
FR GULF CO. F"RnS, INC.
MAP# 11sB


t 186.81

NO. *
1 30//3.19.


00953-028R .
108 R-0211800 ,. 87.22
LOWERY .II ROBERT 8: AUDREY L.
GULF,COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT .67 8:.LESS -'nRriS 140, 68 8:
69 (4'AC M/L) ORB 1l'-/-' TO
LOWREY .
MAP# 115B
<"09 ]- 34f- :
129 R.-:-1 -L O 1 01 '
E.-OLL'f1 -.4II41'E El 8 JHMLE G.
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO,..
TRACTS 73 8: 7H 48 ACRES M/L
ORB 136tLEi FR GULF .CO. F,.-RMC
INC.
.MAP# iEB :


00953-0 '7P
110 F--011'.4- .
HOGUE CLARENCE ET UX
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT Ni
TRACT 76 2 ACRES
MAP #11B' *

00953-049R
ilI R--0212900 .
MYERS ERNEST C. 8: V.LEL-HIE
GULF CO. FARMS UNIT NG. :
1.25 AC M/L SW/4.OF FiH-ll
ORB 124/969 FR GULF CO. F
INC.
MAP# 115 .


00953-0E8R
112 R-0213700
DUNIGAN BIRTHAL E
GULF COUNTY .FARMS
TRACT 87 5 AC ORB
GULF CO' FARMS
MAP 11i58-


.S8


0105.E-0O'+5R )
128 R-0233000 38
GATES JONI-ITHHIl4 CURTIS : .PAUL
5 35 T 'F 9 ,
40, FT ON CHIPOLA RIVER. 5'+8 F
AV DEPTH ORB 139/2482-743 FR
GATES "
MAP# 143,

0 1t046-O )';.f, '
'9 R -0I-.8.".00 527
STOKES PATRICIA ANNE
S Ei6,23.& 34 T 5 R 9
1i.1,88 INT GGh IN U1ISURVE. ,'E'
.PARTS ORB 30/261. .
MAP# +3D

OiO56-120R
130 R,-0239300 64
,'ITTS JR. HARVEY A. 9 -Tii'Hiri
TURF-'EY RUN ESTATES ,uH;L:.-'
LOT 14 ORB '136/387. FR PITTS
MA4P#'133

Oii87-OOOR
'131 R-0253900' 5167
TOOLE GARY .
5 2.5 T :. P 10 BEING Pn4R'-EL 'NO
1'4 ORB 14'il.1-_- FR TOOLE'
MAP #91 A,

01187-007R
132 R-02E54600 227,
SELL DONALD E.
S 25 T 3 R 10 REC'D.ORB
69/10489 FR SEXTON BEING
PARCEL NO. I5
MAP #91A '

b'li87-OOSR :
S133 F-, '194":..0 S416,
TOOLE G,4R.
S S2E., T 3 P. R i .8-m AC M/L
(LYING'E OF CIRCULAR
DRIVEWAY') FR SEXTON ORB 1.42/
i 1-2- FR TOOLE
MAPt 91A


3. 2 01191-030R
134, R-025.7000 S49,
CLARK GEORGE THOMAS
5 25 :T 3 R 10 .25 FT STRIP AIDJ
TO LOT 6. BLK 3 IDLEWOOD SUBDS
"S426.53 ORB 98/791. FR CLARKE ET AL


48L4
FARMS


193.91

UNIT NO., 3
1.8/:299 FR


00953-060R
113 R--02i3900 S203,87
GARDNER RAYMOND P. ET AL
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
TRACT 89 5.28 ACRES ORB
84/389 AA
MAP #11iB
00953-064R,
114 R-021i4300 S 205.65
DARMARAJAM MUTTAIYA ,
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT -NO. 3
TRACT 93 5.33 ACRES ORB 14E5/
653 FR GULF CO. FARMS; INC. ..
MAP # ilB1

00953-066R
.15E R-0214500 HX 54992.28
DEES WALTER B. & JUDY
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
TRACT 95 7.26 AC ORB 122/2284
FR GULF CO. FARMSi INC.
MAP #liB8
00953-068R
116 R-0214700 S105.01
GULF COUNTY FARMS;.INC.
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
E/2 TRACT S4 2.5E AC M/L A OF
A ORB 102/1083 BC FROM BELL
MAP# 115B


O0954-042R
i17 PR-021500 S227
BATESON JERRI MYREE
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 4+
TRACT 117 4 AC M/L ORB 87/241
AA FR GULF CO FAI'RMS
MAPS 115s

00904--0'+4R
118 R--0215600 S 197
BATESON BILLY L
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 4
TRACT 118 4 AC M/L
ORB 155/993 FR. GULF CO, -FARMS
MAPS 115B .


0i1197-00R ...
135 .R-.0257600 S69.,
BOYETT SYBIL WICKS
S 26 T. 3 R 10 ..33 AC A LOT 60'
FT WIDE BY 237 FT DEEP REC'D
ORB 1-8' 1::'+ FR WICKS ESTATE "
MAP .91

Oi216-OOOR"
136 "R-02595E00 256.
Gu-FFOrP.E .ANN ET AL
BURGESS CREEK SUBD UNIT NO 1
PB 2 PG 49 LOTS 14 8: 16
ORB 120/881 FR ERNEST 8: ORB
153/48-49 GC FR. SCHISEL ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROL


01238-OOOR
137 R-0261200 HX S4785E8
.GATES MARCHELLE
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
LOTS 1 8: 2 ORB 139/284-4E. OC.
FR GATES
MAP# 91A
i "'BLK I

01241-010R
138 R'-o02615E00 $105.01
SIMMONS JOHN J.
MIDWAY PARBK..SUBD'. PB 1 PG '3
2 PARCELS ON DEAD LAKES ORB
115./13 FR TWADDLE LESS
PARCEL 1 ORB 127/27E TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL,)

Oi241-015oR
139 R-0261600 229,.1+7
STEVENS. DANNY BOYD 8: JEAN MARI
MIDWAY PARK SUBD..
BEING A PARCEL IN LOT 4
(PARCEL 1 OF ORB 115/1.35.
REC'D IN ORB 3.27/1:775. FIR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAN:; ROLL)

01243-OOOR
18-0 R-02:2000 HX $2.:402.93.
DUNAHOO JOHN R.
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG '"13
SLOTS 41 5 8: 6 ORB 82/313 8:
LESS ORB 94/269 DISHAROON ORB
94/735 TO SANSOM ORB 96/329
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01267-OOOR
141 R-026E5.300 .229.20
CLARK GEORGE T.
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. 1 PB 2:
PG IE LOTS 5
MAP #91A BLK 3


01i268-000R 01494-002R
1'+2 R-0265'00 4.78,i0 165 R-0:293200
SOWELL JERRY D, 8: BARBARA SYFRETT RAYMOND 8: ANN
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. 1 PB 2 CENTRAL LANDING SUBD
PG IS LOT 1 ORB 111/82 FR .4 LOT 17 ORB 73/609
SPANN ORB 116/892 FR SYFRETT
MAP #91A BLK 3
BLK 8: MAP# 91D


01277-Oi0R
11i2.02 "1+ 3 R-0266&:200 S35s66
.SYFRETT RAYMOND L. 8: ANN S.
0, 5 IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION
M/L UNIT 1 E :.,21.2 FT OF LOT .6 8:
FARMS ORB 116/ 892 FR SYFRETT
MAP 91A BLK 1

01278-000R
5.520.63 144 R-0266300 S431.73
HOWELL RALPH JERRY 8: JUDY
L IDLEWOOD PARK SUBD'. UNIT I
C 412.4 FT OF LOT
21.21 FT X 150 FT STRIP OF
LOT ", ORB 117/895. FR FLEMING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01296-000R
SS.4 14E:5 R-0268000 196.3&
TAYLOR MARY A.
IDLEWOOD PARK 3'.I L, i i.,
S- UNIT 1 LOTS 6f 108 ow
MAP, 99:IA IiBLK 4

0' 13'3-000R '
146 R-0268700 :L197.i '
i129.02 BROWN B DOUGLAS
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION
SUNiT 1 LOTg 1
ORB i40/5<> FR GRA'i '. '.
MAP# 9:LA BL: L

01333-0101 "' I '
51.66 1.7 R-0271800 .
S-SYFRETT RAYMOND L.,
D ORB IDLEWOOD PARK SUBD,., UNIT 1
420 E 30 FT OF LOT 12 .
ORB 107/539 OC*FR BFROWDER
BL.K 6 '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

"186.; 01i362-O0R ,
.148 R-027'+900 .;, <120.12
B .. 2 HL.' TI'F IT f-. in'IOIL. L.
FR 5 36 I ? F &': 4E AC M/L REC'D
ORB 73/609 PARCELL IV) LESS
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD, .ORB
S LK, 3 ,38/121 ORB 348/812:,.IPF ",
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL :F. TAX -"LL'

$265.8:, 01369-060R .
1409 R-0276100 S 457. 07
S .. COOPER PHYLLIS
OT i S 36 T 3 'R 10. AC M/L
S' 210 X 1043-FT AV DEPTH ORB
S18/217 FR HOLTZ
AM ROLL) MAP#S


8.34
P,







.07







. 1L


0136&9-070R :,
1.iO R-0276200
COOPER :PHYLLIS
.S. 36 T 3 R' 10'
210 X' 140+ FT AV
-119/126 FR HOLTZ
MAP# 91D


5 AC n/L
l'r Ti I',L,.


S01373-002R
1i1 R-027b.'."3 ..122 .9
LAW .JOHN A & KAZUKO 0 '
S 36 T 3 R 10 2,299 AC LOT IN '
.ORIG, LOT 7 ORB 115/989 FR
PRICE
MAP 91 .

1373-C1. :4P ''
*'t.- F-,-' '.E"- 23
'-HuiNLONP LI-HIIIEL GE'E I .
S 36 T 3 R 1. h.3 i,': 'l. LiO .
FT ONl E.E45. L,,t E'S OD L .T/5.r' 7--
MAP #9.1D
01373-020R '
S153 R-0277700 5 2.
LEE BILLY G. ET AL
5 36 T'3 R 10' AACTINORIG :
LOT 7..RB. 8.1/0 (RARCEL I) ..,.
MAP 91 : ': '" '


01373-02'1R
154 R-0277800 ', 5B
S"'LEE BILLY-':G. ET AL"'
SS 36 T 3 R 10 "1 AC 25.5 0 FT
.24: BY. 170.49 FT REC'D ORB 81/400S
(PARCEL II)
MAP #910D,

01396-OOOR .,
15E5 R-0280300 711
SCHOLLIAN 'iIOl i[LE. L 8:8: LINDA. S
,33" 11I'.'ERSICE ESTATES ADDN TO .,
IOLA PB. 2 PRG 24 UNIT NO 1 LOT
1 ORB 5l.i/li-FR ,L,.tJr.HTER
MAP# 128B
i :. BLK

Oi 01436-OO
'. E1 6 P-01'4-I.'.' : ,$193
.18 STEPHEN M. JA,:QU,-i',' TRUSTEE
PIVEF.SIC.E ESfATEi ADDN TO
'.;' IUL PE' : PG O UrlIT NO 1 L GT
B 1 3-W3-3'3 FR PO E-rr.lI,
MAP #128B


0.4 37-.'.R
1?7 F- O.64 5905
43'3 STEPHEN M.. JACOUAY, TRUSTEE
'RIVERSIDE 'ET-1lE iwl-'h-ON TQO
IOLA PB.2 u -1 'Jrllr NO LOT
18 ORB 135/336-38 FR PEADEN
MAP #12B .
S BLK .]

I45.'' 4E l..-I',- [< ,
S158 R-0289800 5 196
PERRY JAMES C (COTTON)
C. F. HANLON SUBD NO 1 PB 1
SPG 42 LOT 7 .8: FRACTL LOT 8'
ORB 161/621+ 1/2 INT.FR DEiFHTT,
MAP #910
BLK I
.22, ,
S014F81-001R
159 R-0291000 59,6
SYFRETT RAYMOND L, 8: ANN S.
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 LOT 4- 5.& 6 ORB 73/609 &t'
.L) ORB 116/892:FR SYFRETT
MAP# 910' BLB


01484-OOR
160 : 1'-
SYFRETT RAYMOND L.
..CENTRAL LANDING SUBID .
4 PARCEL MARKED "NOT
'IN THIS PLAT" LYING
LOTS 9 8: 10 BLK 1 ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


5:33

PB 3 PG
INCLUDED
N OF "
23/609
TAX ROI


0:I.i+E--O.:R
.291.71 187 R-0313600 152:.13
S MILLIONS FRED ELi '
PB 3 p S 10 T 4 R 10 2 AC M/I
212.12 FT CREEKFRONT; 4t13.17"
FT AV DEPTH ORB 148/'+78.-498'0
FR TAUNTON ET AL.
MAPSt 74


0C14-94-8OE:O P.
166& R-0293300 S+:8
SYFRETT RAYMOND 8: ANN S.,
CENTRAL LANDING .SUBO PE 3 PG.
4 PARCEL MARKED "PARK" LYING
AT E END OF. CENTRAL AVE: 8:
ADJOINING LOT 17
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01517-006R : .
167 R-0296600 HX .:E.
NUNERY CASEY 8: LA WANDA.
S 3 T 4 R. 10 9 .AC M/L-
483 FT ON STONE CREEK "'-C'*
ORB 133/110 FR TAUNTON
MAP# 74


01517-015R
168 R-0297100 113,90
MESSER EDGAR E.. 8: n, r' E ;
S 3 T 4 R 10 2,75 '-' BE it'r -
TRACT E STONE CREEK ACRES:
(UNRECORDED) ORB 5.9/6&4"-'- FR,.
BROGDON MAP #74
AREA E

01517-0'9R -
169 R-029750. 7.22
WI-i' 'rIEi.-L lW LI i[,' I" ,
c, 3 *1 4 R 1 C .
BEING TP,.:1 TONEE CREEK
:RE'S, UtLR-:'-IF.-,E[, ORB 131/69:1
FR WH-IITFIELD ,
AREA E

01517-030R
.170 R-098 00 ,, S23.143
SB'RUNT'.' SU'i .i
S 3 T-'I. R 1 ') 7. c .' 1,1 C, i ..
TRACT 10 STONE 'I-PEEI ACRES
UNRECORDED) ORB 62/1- FR'
MERRITT LESS 2.5 AC ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEG .i. SEE 1i.' I-AILL

01517- 11: .7 0
171. R-0300200. 165.70
. P"I.MEP. ri-IL4,Li I i -
S 3 T '4 R I', 1.8 : i'l.. BLIN8
PLOT iU s-TONE C- -EEI. :IE':
(UNPEC-OF.E:' ulir.IREC. p-.,FrF
BRObLON
MAP #74

01= F7-130F.
172 R-0 -.:'03.)0 1341.97
m.R5SH-LL L.' E .8: TERRI .. .. ,
. S 3 T 4 R I 1. -4;' N i EL l4tG
LO F 1 .' 17' l r f
'J[-J ,"ni L',0 r : LAT) L:-' :':.. c4
Fp "i '-,' l ,1 *- '
(FOP FURTHER EI...-. =Ei 1T F LL

01517-EOOR '
173 -F, -. .: HX .:.' 374.-
S'-EPHE : E, ....
S 3 T 4'R 10;. -. i
P'-REi-EL RE:'i'i In OrlP. .' 1 -
1-2 FR T4UI'NTOIN ORP.E 15.3/.2 .
FR TAUNTON 8: CLECKLEY
MAP' 74 .

S 1714 P-0 '..; 7 '+7
Mi.LL L',LE > 'I IEiP',' F D .
S 3 T I' R 10 S .5 AC M/L
>1-l. FT "'AP"-EL ON i.-ii,.I MtILL
'.-.EE RD.: RE i :'.- -1 S FF.
Ti -.U TON '


17 F.-c' .1 '1t'.o 3 S ..,'
LINTON AMY 8:i -'L-,EbETH
S .3 T'R 10 AC M/L
309.17'- Tr"P.AR-'EL LIrPE-' A' PR .. -
TAUNTON "
MAP# 74. .
01E.17-E20R
1 'S P. ".. HX" 215E..53
PAUL WiLL]l r -1. I'll-- I 'LI. r
S- T r IC M/81.TIt f
12.43 .-: R-1- Il.IL I ? 0 '14,: IN
PARCEL.NO. 2 8: l.1O AC IN
PRACEL NO. 3 ORB 18-9/' 18- -'
(FOR. FUPL. 'TiEP LEGAL SEE Tt. P_'LL,

015,8-003R
177. R-0301800, S69,45..
WYMES LONNIE C. 6. PiE,' ,
S-4 T 4-, R 1 0 A,: ill. .
297.66 FT ON NI. -TOES OF rOIl ''
MILL CREEK RD. BEING PAR'CL
NO. 1 i:,RE 13 3/lE-', FR
(FOR; FUIJITIH-EP. LEGAL SEE I, FOLL.
01 1 8-0P O ,
'178 P,R-038t.?.) 6 9.4:-
W.'MES LCtil0IE ,., 8: P.NS .,E.'
5 4 T 8R 10"-2 AC M/L
3984 FT ON S, SIDE OF. TbrE "
MILL CF.EEl' RC-. BEING Pi4R.:EL
NO. 2 IN ORB 133/165 FR I .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL')


179 F,- '_ : ..' ,' HX S. 3.9
CLAYTON, FRED N. 8: .DARLENE
5 3 T R 10' '3.' A M/L
ON.W S Lt'.E OF' LOT ,
UNRECORDED AP FF 6 ,FGC,LON
MAP# 74 AREA E .


180 F -:. : : 22,79
TAUNTON DAVID L. 8: ABIGAIL.. .
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 14:ORSB :137/. <
832 FR T'rUNTON ET AL
MAP# 74 BLK A


B 01i519-250R
181 R-0305700 HX
HELMS RICHARD K. 8: JEANN
.12 STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 3 8: 4+ 0
/957-61 8& ORB 137/962-66
TAUNTON ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

01519-330R
182 R-0306700
.89 MILLER HENRY MACK JR
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 48
D ORB 149/514 QC FR MILLER
MAP# 74 BLK


LL)


01487-002R
161 R-0291900 33.89
SYFRETT RAYMOND I...
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 E 63.46 FT OF LOT 4 ORB
123/156-5-7 BC FR ANN SYFRETT
MAP# 91o E 2 BLK :

01487-003RP
162 PR-0292000 sI131,65
SYFRETTRAYMOND ,L.
CENTRAL LANDING 5UBD PB 3 PG
4 LOTS 6i :1.7. iS,. I9 8: 20;
LESS- PART OF LOTS 8: 16 IN
ORB 73/608 8: ORB 73/609 8: ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01490-OOOPR
S163 R-0292400 S113,90
ROGERS ELMER EUGENE
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
48 W'LY i00 FT OF LOT 12
. ORB 131/14 FR ROGERS5
MAP# 91D BLp.K


01490-003RP
164 R-0292600 15
S'SYFRETT RAYMOND L,
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 LOTS I '-THRIJ 7 ORB 73/609 8:
ORB 123/t156-5E7 8C FR SYFRETT
MAPS 910 'LK


1,35.


01520-001R
183 R-0307100
COLLINS RICKY.J
S 4 T 4 R 10. 0 AC M.
NW/4 OF NE/4
ORB 14/1i5 FR COLLINS
MAP# 748

01526-i001R
1848 R-0308200
DICKENS RAY.
5 4 T 4 R 10 1.33 AC M/L
TRACT #3 STONE CREEK ACRE
(UNRECORDED) ORB 91/482 F
EDEN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TI


5222.76
IE L,

RB 137
FR

AX ROLL)


01574-100P.
188 R-0317700 31.6:L
SYFRETT CLAYTON R ,
S 14 T P R 10 3.03 AC M/IL E/2
OF W/2'OW' NE'14 OF S./41' LYING
E OF' SR .71 HAVING *70 'FT M/L
ON SR 71 105L FT AV DEPTH ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


139 F -'. : .
MC [.-iriIF-L ROGER G
S 14 T 'I T 10 LOT E
DEAD'LAKES ESTATES SUBD
ORB 100/999 FR LISTER
MAPS '93B


01578-010R
190 R-0323200 HX I 44 .
BE.IE'ieT I H:iil F. 8:. RUB .J :
S 14. T4 F 1": 60 .211i 74 X..
24"3.,:0 FT PARCEL BEING 7. FT
ON ODEAD' LAKES ORB 97/7ES5 FR,
ALMOND '
MAP.93B ")


191 F'-03-33- 6 i20'.9E
EROGLON I'hsRGucP.ITE 8: .
S.184 T 4- R 10 ..1.35 AC MI,'L -
S111 1 FT ON SR 71 B r
.ORB 143.,6TE -- 57 FF1 BF.ODO .r."
M 4 P h l 9 3 E '. .I : I .


01579-1OSR .. ;
19 'i F -..,- .. .,: FIX 1. .;
MORGAN HH' ..FH-
DANN ..BROGDON FLi f, 'UNREC
LOT .11 .ORB t-3 .-75 FR.
BROGDON 8:. ORB :E8/796& ,C FR
MORGAN
MIAP# :9.3A. .


193 R-03254.00
VERNON .CARLUS, M .JR.
MEEKS LAKE SUIBD PB 2
LOTS 1 8:. 2
MAP, n:93


2-,3.2'4

11


BLK 1. ,'


i 01626-000R
. 14 ; R-0239 -: $222,.86
C-i,5 [irl PHILLI RUDY :
5 13 T 't1 1,:' 4 AC M/L PARCEL.
REC'D ORB 127/'373 FR GASKI N
ON. WEST ARM OF DEAD LAKES .
MAP #93A

Oi0130-00OR
19S R-0330300 1&60.82:
SBK'.-,riT JOHNNY L ..
S5 13 T 1 F 10 t -,.: I-L 70.
FT DEEr. Li.r EE FRJNTOGE, "SE3.7
FT 'V EDEPTH OF:8 1-4./716 Ci FR. '
LISP BP -,,Yil-i1
-"MAP# 93A


I'1 6 F' P- 3.;:" )0 1 J 160.82
BR'.'f-i4T JOI-IJll'P,' L.
S 13 T 4- P 1.:, .4'L AC l,.
70 'FT DEAD LAKB:ES" P NIT. ..o
..65 FT AV DEPTH O3 4 '71, '
BC FF. LISA BRYANT .
MAP# 93A

0 1 6 ;. 4 .: ,. F '.[' : *,
197 P-0?33BO0 1,)376.35
BPOGIDEOb I PGuiiE.'P 'iE"E !.' : .' ,:, ;3. -"
S 13 T 4 8 .A 0.,.i': .,.- :' .:. J "E' .'
15B3 FT ON SR 71 ORB 39/7LI:6"FR'
WADE 8;, RB 133/,470 FR SHULER
i53 FT 014 SR 71 8: ORB 133/470
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL')".

.,36_ ,-C lOR'I0R a .:
1?8 P.-'34'.0 '. 5 29.89
D.HNrEL6 E,'4 lnaRIE 8: DAN T,
S 13 T 4 R 1.' A 75E X 100 FT
.OT I-NRECUKLEC, AGREEMENT FR
'l '. LCOP
MAP# 93A


1 ?' F ; 0. S 2:
-RESTER DON C. ET..UX
5 14 'T '+ :Bi10 .52 AC ML: :
3"7.1', FF ON DEAD. LAKES OR.B
80/1040 .
MAP,93B .

01,86-003R .*. -: -
200 "R-0337700 HX 300.95.
N' 'MC E'IiniIEL 14ILL i-til 8: K:IM
S 14 T 4 R 10,,35 AC: M/L LOT
'2 BEING 77 FT ON DEAD LAKES,
ORB 88/1031 FR STOKES 8: ORB
i39/726-27 FR STOKES
MAP# 93B

01 692-OOOR
201 R-0338600 .3,.338.12
BROGDON ELLIS D SR ET AL. I
S 14'8: .15, T 48 R 10 95.19 AC .
M/L ''EING RACE TRACK SITE ORB ..
152/2t 7-2.i F.DHVI .
(BEING RACETRACK COMPLEX)
MAPS 93B 8: 75 .


01706-OOR0
202,. R-0340100
BETTIES CHERRIE
S 148 T 4. R 10 REC'D ORE
22/453
MAP# 938


s193.91.


01717-002R
203 P.-03l'1500, HX 93.62
FLOWERS LOUIE 8: PEGGY JUANITA
S iE T 4 R 10 .51 AC M/L 150
X 15O ,FT.LOT ORB 14i /3k FR-1
PARKER 8: ORB 141/33 FR PARKER.
MAP# 75.


0172E'-OOOR
15260.72 .204 R-0'342300 HX S84.64
PARKER THOMAS H. 8: BRENDA F.
5 15 T 4 R 10 .51 AC COM AT
NEC OF NE/4 OF SW/41 S 300 FT
TO POB) S 150 FTi W 150 FTi N
E 150 FT, E 15O FT TO POB ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

S441.09 01726-OOOR
205 R-0342400 S248.14
/L DAVIS OTIS JR.
S 15 T 4 R 10 34.16 AC M/L
PARCEL 3 LYING BETWEEN SR 22 8:
OLD SR 22 ORE 152/246-248 FR
DAVIS
MAP# 75


587.06


ES
FR

AX ROLL)


01526-004R
185 R-0308500 S87.22
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W 8: JACKIE L
S 4 T 4 R 10 1.50 AC TRACT 4
STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) ORB 1:ES/SB4 FR
FIRST NATIONAL BANK NORTHWEST
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAN ROLL)

01523-005R
186 R-0309400 S135.2:03
FREEMAN LEONARD PR
S 4 T 4 R 10 2,68 AC M/L
210 N 420 FT PARCEL ORB 149/
525 FR HMYERS : ,66 AC Mi/L
ORB 149/5:.2:'+ FR NEAL
MAP# 74


01729-0O0R
206 R-03842900 33.89
SIMS DANIEL & BETTY
5 iS T 4 R 10 100 X 75 F.T LOT
IN NW/4 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 ORB
94/758 BC FR MEYERS
MAP # 75

01733-OOOR
.207 R-0343300 S72.68
:BYRD PORTIA "
S 15 T 4 R 10 2 AC 250 FT LOT
IN SW/4 OF SE/4 N OF OLD
PANAMA ROAD RE:C'D ORB 148/28&
FR VICTORIA PRICE
MAPS 74+

01735'-001R
208 R-0343700 S28.82
SIMS DANIEL
S 15 T 4 R. 10 .,i: AC A LOT r.0
BY 100 FT RECD ORB 94/690
1:CD FROM DAWSON
MAP #75


.578.334


\


,,1


T. "


r


i -I














-T S--TA ---A.PORT s ..Tfl -WUT D.A


01759-000R
299 R-0346100
O5WELL CAROLE T 8:
S 22 T 4 R 10 2 AC PORTI
W/2 OF W/2 OF NE/4 OF NE
LYING N OF SR 22 ORB 161
FR NATIONAL INSURANCE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

01761-0OOR
210 R-0346300 HA
MONTFORD THOMAS E 8: FRANC
S 22 T 4 R 10 3.5 M/L
-ALL OF E/2 OF W/2 OF NE/'
LYING N OF SR 22 ORB 15!
153 FR HANSON-
MAP#i 75

01768-025R
211 R-0347500 HX
JONES MARY LEE
5. 23 T 4 Ri .5 AC M/L.
LOT OF AN UNRECORDED SL
FOR LISTER ORB 1 1/10t F
LISTER
MAP# 93C

01768-040R
2i2 R-0347700 HX .
.THOMAS CYRIL R. 8: PHTRIC:I
5 23 T R10i' .5 SAC M/L
100 2-.i8 FT BEING LOT S.
UNREC:. iURVE'V' ORB 13/E51
LISTER -
M(AP#P 93C

01768-OSOR
213 P.-0375') 0 HX
JONES PRTRICI
5 23 T ', R 10 .5 AC M/L
BEING LOT 0. OF AN JNPECC
SURVEY FOR LISTER ORIB 1
600;: FR LISTER
MAP#r 93C

017B0-OOOR
-214_ R-0349100 HX
DAVIS OTIS, JR. 8: DEBORAH
5 2: T 4 R 10 E- 2/3 -- RE
ORB 9a/6ll PnRCEL 03 FROM'
K.EMP
: M P 971.


01780-00'-'R
215 R-0349300 I.1F3.1 0
DAVIS OTIS JR. ET Liv
S 2. : -3 T 4 R 10 60 A I
REC'D ORB:72/694 PARCELS 1 .
2 8: ORB 7E'.'F9-)
MAP #75 -8: 93C

0178E-000R
216 R-0349800 i40.F7
MC NERLEY FLORENCE
S,23 T 4 R 10 LOT OF LAND S.
:OF LOFTIN LOT 7E FT 6'.' 1,..:
FT. ORB B",'37
M14P #93C:

01 78E-010.
.17 R-03T0 O0 01C3.&9
JONES ROBERT L.
S ":3 T 4 R 10 7 E X 37.5. FT
OF LOT FR MCNEAL'.' ORB 60/776
MAP# 93C

0178e-030R
218 R-03S0300 S107.86
MC NEALi' FLORENCE
S 23 T 4 R C 10.33 C14: '3E Y[D.
X 8 I'D. LOT FROM 1UNTLE'. IN
SORB 49/140 LESS E SO' X LOC'
LOT TO JONES IN ORB Bi'EI 4
MAP# 93.:

0179i-002P.
S19 R-035-0800 HMX 133. ,
ATKINS BRLUCE W. 8. BARBRk J.
5 .3 T 4 P, 10 5.1 ,-'C M/L
LOT 10 8. ADJ. PR.:REL UNREC. 0-:
FR HOMER ATKINS 18'-.833,-AL-
M/L FR BRENDI JO' WrLSON.
,B MHPtt 93': FIi- -
S O 71-- i
0179L-0w0c
7 "-0 R-03Ft400 HI- 'f' .. -
MC IENIEL MAR', LOIS
5 23 T 4 R 10 EC -. N/L BEING
TRACT 6 GPirFFIN FP-.
UNRECORDED' PI.oT
MMPS 93--

01793-000P.
S i R-035;.100 9L :
GP.IFFII- DWIOHT H. 3' w.,PL
5 2 -"3 T 4 R iC 27.5 N:itw5 e-S LL
THAT PHRT OF NU/-4 OF SE r4
L''ING'N OF SR .1 8 W i1.- OF
S5W/4 OF NE/4 LYIr-IG BETWEENr
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL 3EE T.-X ROLLI

01803-001R
.;." R-03?3000 S73.59
SEMME5 GLENN H. 3 EROO1.S F.
C L MORGAN'5 lODDll TG
WEWAHITCHI'p FLA UNIT NO ONE
PB "i PG 33 LOT E OP6 110/187
FR LISTER
(FOR FURTHER LEGI4L 'SEE TX ROLLi

01807-0004.
223 R-03E3600 13..7.1 -
BROGDON MROBUERITE I? Jh-i'.,
C L MORGAN'S 1DDN T.)
WEWAHITCH ,-1 FLA UNIT H14 OrE
PB 2 PG 33 LOT 1 OPli vi-' [5-
FR UWRNCR 8 OPB 101'7/4 FPl
(FOR FURTHER LEGuL SEE Tr.i.' ROLL I

01813-OOOR
224 R-03-.4:300 HXM S71.61
ROSBOROUGH GEP.RALDINF
C L MOR.H-IN'S lOFDrl 1- 1
WEWWHIT,.'Ht FLM UriT PrU ,itlE
PB 1 PG 33 LOT ORI3 i L ':O',-
FR HI.M-rMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGIL iEE Tk ,OLL I

01 815-GOOR
' I2F R-03?4E00 '1 30.97
TOOLE GAR'i
C L MORG-Nr' S -Il'DD'N TO
WEWAHITC:HVM FLN UNIT NO ONE
PB 2 PG 33 LOTS 7 8
ORB 1.2/12"--23 FR TOOLE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX ROLL)

0I816-00OR '
*L26 R-03'4600 S44.9
JACt'SON JOSEPH L,
S 2 3 T 4 R 1 0 ,' ,' ;
O.RB 3 '7 .d F. F.' ER iu '.E .
.lE AC r/L GPi. 142/78 7G :T
JOSEPH LEE JACKSON
MAP# 93C

'8.,-0:. 'P .
"17 R-03F4.)0 HX $652243
RsNSBURGH OREER C P,.:'SELL H
5 "23 T 4 P. L 13-AC n-L ..
THAT PART OF SE-5/4 OF NW/4
LYING N SR 22 ORB l'-l :S
FR MC E-i-,'HTN ,
MAP# 93Cf


01824-000R
228 R-03E5700 Ros.
MC KELVIN GEORGE I-II I:1-E,-i_
S 23 T 4.R 1 E0 SAC ORB '60/i3
FR K:IRI Lr4iN
MAP #93'- :


01826-OOER -
229 R-0355900 $ 6
-TI'JNS JUDGE ET AL',-
.5 23 T 4' R 10
LOT 1. UNREC WILLIE BASS
SURVEY ORB' 1Ef'E7-'3 C C FR
CLERK OF COURT:
MAP# 93'C


018:6-01 P. -
Z30 P-C0:v'/- iC-0.-HX '
WRIGHT GEORGIA
5 23 T 4 R ,10
' LOT 3 UNREC WILLIE BASS
SURVEY ORB 130/6E9 FR Bf
'MAP# 93Co


$447.95

ON OF

/681

AtX ROLL)


$927 38
CES.


?/152-


01833-000R
231 R-0357200
FAISON PHILLIP
x 23 T 4 R 10 1.17 ACRES
REC'D.ORB 74/30 (LIFE EST
LESS ORB 41/506 TO RUTH
FAISON
MAP# 93C


01835-O00OR
232. R-0357400
BASS MARY
S: 23 T 4 R 10 7:
NWC OF E/2 OF NI
SECT 23 ON HWY
86/10+48
MAP #93C -


2 FT LOT I
4W/4 OF NW/
22 REC'D


01860-000R.
$196.84 233 R-0360200 134.73
WYMES LONNIE C 8: PANSY
BEING 5 23 T 4 R 10 A 60 X 100 FT
SURVEY LOT OFF OF DAVIS LOT ORB
S-ft 142/685-86 FR-BYRD ET AL
MAP #93C:

Ol8x,3-OCOF.
*.34 R-0360400 $33.89
WILLIMME JES IE LEE
.1151.'' 5 13 T 4 P 1'. 1 'AC
-A H. IN NW/4 OF NW/4' REC'D ORB
- '. 118/288 FR FISHER
'" F MAP# 93C
.- FR .
01883-0.,0FO
"135 R.-03t,-.100 $199.88
SGREENE JMi4:UELINEP
5 4 T 4 P i Q 17:, FT -
236 .59 FRONTi-GE ON SP, "-- (SECOND
P,-RCEL) ORB 1EF'i58-159 FR
PRIEG13EON
RDEEl Mw-Pat 93 /
3 0 / .
01883-0':'lR
S36 R-0236 4t00 GREENE JMCI:UELINL- P.
S 24 T h R 10 1 HCP.LE I/L LOT
$643. C. ItI NW1/4 ORB 82/,69 (THIRE*
I R PARCEL)
,- E,. M.PM 930

0188Q-0iOF
.37 F-O3.i-s'00 SO Ii7EVY.-
TiJ-UNTON .AVIE L. ,-i8 GAIL ,J., '


S 24 .T 4 R 10 E.T36 CI: M/L
BEING E92.7L FT .IN E R/W *R 71.
OPSB B7t7S FR SPENCER,
RICHRE'SON, BOLGIANO; ORB '137/
'FOP. FURTHER LEGHL SEE Tfi: ROLL)


01929-000R
:38 R-0367100 HX b6:.1
GAINOUS BETTY
S :4 T ,4 R 10 .37 f: 137 :.'
20'8.7E FT LOT ORB 89/397 FR
GMI NOUS
MAPI 93D


01936-000OR
39 R-03692_00 529L.77
BROGDON MARGUERITE
S 24 T 4 R 10 2/E: ACRE A LOT
100 BY 1i6 FT. ORB ",'E/:68
FROM TRIPLE LIN" IN-:.
MP# 931

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(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T(X IROL.,..)


'i"f 5 Q '.- '' ; (-
?-4 -.,.?:, 1 .. 1-|X
EVENSEN BRUCE 'D.
*WARD 'Rt1 fGE l.lli T 110 ,
4 LOT i- I, I'l '
MAP #69B .


L 3ij I


03083-012R
325 : .R-0538300 $ 242,. .:83
jOHN F CULLEN C-Ci"'ii r'.u." ri':Ii INC
S 30 T 8 R 10 .: 8L : 'l/L-
169 X 131.98 FT PARCEL. BEING
"C-3" 8 "0" ORB .156/771 FR
T.J. CONSTRUCTION OF PSJ INC
MAP# 70,

832083-DEER
316 F-OF3'0 137?.2. '01
FRANKLIN UILLL4ili G.
S 30 T 8. P it .5 AC M1/L-
BEING 'LOT 2. OF'FONNDERC-l~- FPiliE'
UNREI:. SUB. ORB 13,.,/4 -9 FR
PORT CITY ASSOC. .
MAP# 70

03097-0,D'..F P'
S 327 R-OE41100 HX. ''--" .
WwTERS -1-4I L..
JONESVILLE SuBD, PR i' PG e N
195 FT OF LOT 1' Ofi0 7':'0E
MAP u69.


C 3038- '7:9 P -C P0
318 R-0 'E,':470 NH -X -
NORRIS JAMES G
JONESVILLE SUBD PB 1 PG 57
LOT 18 ORB 14E'/48 FR NOlNRI1
M(-PP 69C .


.30


S31i. -0-'* "E"F
3 .9 F t- '.0
BOWEI,.5 rFwhl'i
JONESVII.LE 3[.Oi'
I5-0 tO r 0 FT RE'.7 F' i -i .
1":/744 FR PCLT
m-iP# &9-:


031r.L-O0OR,
233 R-OF'3300 t?.
H-': HULLOrl -RAC IE IW. 8 '.'T-i IF
JONESVILLE SUBDI''15lII04 i.':- i r
9 40 ORB hi,'li 'R TULI.-

03126-00i .
331 R-0E'I900 HE"
EROwN WILLIE 1-. ;T 'JL
MONE'Y' B 'l'OU SiJBus' [Pt, 1 i- C, 9 ..
1LL OF O bLOI:. 4, EXC: LOTS 3 8
4 ORB 8.3/946 FR MONEY U,'OU
BEMCH CORP 8. OFFICI"-iL RECORD
IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T.-IN rOi.L

03.1.8-0,0R
33- P.-05".60"0 (i' "7.-
C14NT HE-TfER JR. 8 l-It I..WI1 t IN
hONE'.' B-'.'OU uBO' PB 1 GPPC 49
LOT 3 ORB -6./'({ 8 LOT 4 (RF

MANPS 71: ELi '
k 1 *


333 PR--04St,h.10
JOSEPH .OBLRT
Money, Bi'iOiJ l SUI81'
LOT .
M'-dP it7.i


P6 J iC. 49

i.L F .'


7 313:'-u F." F
:" 3 4 P 5 4 t ,0 ..'
BROWN wrLL.IE L. ET .-iL
hONE'.' B-tfi'OU UBD, PB 1 PC. '19
LOTS 1. 16, 18, 3 -.1
ORB 38, 4-. FF'. MONE'. BMa-lOu
EwCN--,H PF'T i. OFFI,:IwL P. L,E.'l. L
IFOR FUP TI-iR L.EG,4L Ff- rw', POLL-I.


0 13'-'."R C
375 P,R-O'461' 0 'I
HESTER C.IrlO'NL.'
MONEY B'-'i'OU SLBDi PB .1 PG 49
LUT 4
MAP 87_,:


,i 3 1 -* 3-". .,,F :
P U

?7i F -OE- .i C
GC-.EEi E Rilti-TT ,.
17 r-,lE ,' L-.-', C. -.L.f.L pr .PG. "-
L-'T Ci.;.E i ,'4."'12 I: FR .

n.-IF 7.'..- "
SL,.


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4' A


F .D,


v'h3i4 .- ;''U, P .: "* ; ':>,
337 R-''i74,:v0 54.8E.E5-i
BROWN WILLIE L. CT AL
MONEY'. B 'T'U .J SUBE PE .1 PG'+9. "
LOTS 1T 1. 3 10, 20 8 21 ORB
B8/9H6 FR MONEY{ BAYOU. 1'E,-.- .
CORP' ORB 91'/9'3 FR GARBER
(FOR FLP.TI-IEP LECH-L .SEE TAX ROLL ',


0314 98-.:100
338. R,-OE548000
W.'NN JUIrU",
MONE',' Bin.'GU SUBD PB
LOTS lU. 8 13
MIP stL .


i PG 49


S ; 'BL E ,

. '; l, ':'4-".-'.:OPR ..- .
-39 .R-GO '9800 309.9
Ei"OWrJ WILLIE L. E iL L .
h.:,NlE.' B.-i'O.U SUBED UlIl T I NO. 2
.- LL BLt i LE"S LO : .1) : '
S. T ORB 813.'94t FK MONEY BAYOU
BESC Cil CCiP.ri OFFICLi-L RL.OF i D.
I FOP F ri-ip. L.EG.L .lE ,TAX F L'i ,'.

03157-000R
340 1 P-O.EBO $771..80
BROWN WILLIE L-. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT N'O. 2
ALL OF BLOCK ORB 88/946 FR
MONEY: BAYOU BEACH CORP ORB
.94/9321FR GARBER PB 2 PG8 28
(FOP FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX.ROLL.')"


03169-030R-
341 R-o050300
DUVAL JEFFERY PARKS .
.S 14 T 9 R 10
:LOT 3 OF AN UNRECORDED
PLAT BY NANCE
MAP 1o08


S106.80


03171-040R
342 R-OE52300 '+4"8,19
BUCHANAN J, VINCENT 8:
S 15 T 9 R 10 6.1 AC M/L
775E.33 FT ON SR 30;' 00 FT
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "A" IN ORB
00/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
(FOR.FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


3. -R-0552'400 $120.,7
BUCHANAN 'J. VINCENT 8:
- S 15 T 9 R 10 1.674 AC M/L
142 .28 FT ON SR 30; E500 FT
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "B" IN ORB
100/788 AGREEMENT.FR WOODMERE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.'

03171-6O0R
344 R-0552600 f-195. 32'"
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT
S 15 T.9 R 10 2.,88 AC M/L
100 FT LAGOON FRONT; 635,E
AV DEPTH BEING.. PARCEL,. "E"
IN ORB 160/912 GbC FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL. -:-EE: Tf. X ROLL)

03171-14ER
345 R-OES3800 $131.68
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES (UNRECORDED) LOT 9 ORB
135/705-720 FR WILSON .FIN,
CORP.
MAP# 90SB


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. FL


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14


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PAGE10 HE TAR POT ST JOE F. 99


03171-1E:OR
346 R-05E3900 S131.68
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN '8:
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 10
ORB 135/70E -720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90B .

03171-1SER
347 R-055 'O 000 531&,68
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOTr 11
ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP# 908

03171-61OR
348 R-05954100 S131.&8
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
INDIAN LAGpON
ESTATES (UNRECORDED) LOT 1,2
ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90B

03171-i6ER
34-9 R-055'+200 S131.68
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES (UNRECORDED) LOT 13
ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
FI'N. CORP.
MAP# 90S

03171-320R
350 R-0557100 5131.68
LEWIS CLAUDIA B.
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES (UNRECORDED) .LOT 4"3
CONTAINING 1. 3 AC M/L -ORB
11i/64-65 FR WOODMERE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE.TAX ROLL)

03171-450R
351 R-05EE8400 737.17
DIERKSHE IDEiMELVIN 8:
S IE T 9 R 10 20.276 AC M/L
1743.66 FT ON SR 30; SO'O FT
DEPTH BEING, PARCEL "2" ORB
135/701-4 FR WILSON FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90A

03171-E525R '
352 R-0559000 S282:82
PAN G.ULF'CORP. '
S 15 T 9 R 10
250 FT-LAGOON FRONT
ORB 1E2/988-989 FR GIBSON
MAP# 90A .

03172-060R
353 R-0560100i S2:9.92
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT 8:
S 16, T 9 R i, 3.'36& AC M/L
300 FT ON SR 30; 04+.32.FT AV
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "D" IN ORB
100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03178-000 R
354 R-OE 6000' 57,;78:2.81
BROWN WILLIE, L, ET. AL -
S 19 T 9 R '10 33.6 AC,1 4.5:6 FT
GULF FRONTS '400 FT LEF rH N/L)
LESS MONEY. BAYOU SuPC, PB 1 PRG.
49 8: LESS MONEY e''.'OIJ ;.UBDE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T14. ROIl.LI
03180-4059
355 'R-0568300 282.82
'COLLINS LAMAR C
TREASURE SHORES 1ST D,1I.'T IOrh
(UNRECORDED) LOT I1 8 IriG
100.8 FT FF.OITrCLE ON CO. RD .
30'240.98 FT AVERAGE-DEPTH
ORB 1l1/646 FR .JOSEY.'


S356 R-0 68500 S282.82:'
SWE-14E',' MELVIN E'
TPE.SULIPE SHORES iST ADDITION
'JU PEC GC'E LE I LOT 3 'E Ir'C :' ": :
..8 FT FRONTAGE ON CO. RD.
"- .7 F' AVERAGE I
OFEB .J- FR JOSEY
*.::i -' h
.97 F -'/ :B: -v .. 5 $28:2::t82:
'ijEEkF.. IEL'.'TI "
TFEi-'SUP.E ':--OF ES 1ST ADDITION
-(UNRECORDED).- LOT. 4 BEING
100.8 FT. FF.Orrnil. ON CO. RD.
30;289q,+1 FT AVERAGE DEPTH
* ORB fil/6'3. F'R JOSEY .

' -" -e P-oE 8 ;' ..
JOSE .' L B. F .
TE'H-,U U OHURCS 1ST: ADDITION :
.f i 01 b6 i K '
l- C. 3 r I Cri :,.. P'D. 30; j
313.79 FT ,VrF.a ECEPTH ORB
110/1093 FR JOSEY ,

03180-E51ER 9
359 R-0570o00 .8 L .9 -
PILCHER WILLIAM T.
TREASURE. '*-OPii 1-' :.' r '
ADDITION JrtWIE.:,~,FE,,'lJ LOT 23
BEING./iOi.75 FT FRONT ON CO
RD' 30 34.O 'AV DEPTH ORB
117/-3,.-3- FR L.B. JOSEY
0318E-OOR ;
360 R-0570900 238.37
-GLENN 8: VICKERS
S 20 T 9 R 10 ORIG GOVT LOT 3
8: LOT 65 LYING S OF SR 30j
LESS SOLD 8: PORTION OF ORIG
GOVT LOT :2.8. LOT 7, LESS SOLD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
03185--004R
361 F-G7.'1-i .-099v.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
0318E-006,R
362 R-0571I'00 ,' S994.06
SA80 JERALD 5,
S 20 T 9 R 11_ 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 1077 FT DEEPTH-i M/L ORB
107/381-2 FR 'MARTIN
MAP# 72D

03185-009R ,.
363 R-0E71700 599+.06
PRESTWOOD NELSON M
5 20 T 9 R 10. 0FT GULF
FRONT'; 1093 FT DEPTH M/L ORB .
1E3/606 FR ANDERSON *
MAP# 72D

0318.-010P.
3<4 R-0E71800 S99+.O{
N'NHAN NADINE d.
S 20 T 9 R. 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT: 1090 FT AV. DEPTH ORB
87/343
MAP# 72D

0318E-OEOR
365 R-0E73600 5122.79'
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 8C:: FR
VICKERS
MAP# 72D c

03i86-OOOR
366 R-0573700 1. 6 13,.-8
L DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN G. ET AL
S 20 T 9 R 10,,
639,34 FT PARCEL ORB 117/10:LOE7
FR WILSON FINANCIAL CORP.
LESS 8 LOTS IN UNREC SUBD
MAP# 72D

03191-000R
367 R-0578600 S i883.11
GLENN 8: VICKERS
S 22 T 9 R 10 ORB 97/H197 (C
FR VICKERS LESS ORB 98/292: TO
LEWIS 8: LESS ORB 98/299I TO)
LEWIS
MAP# 90D'


03191-001R
368 R-0578700 59'
MORGAN WILLIAM T. ET UX
S 22* T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 908 FT AV. DEPTH FR
GLENN ORB 84/3S68
MAP# 90D

03191-002R
369 R-0578800 S2)2<
LITTLE VICTORIA D.
S 22 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 891 FT DEPTH M/L ORB
129/822 FR JOSEY,
MAP# 90D

0319:L-O03R
370 R-0E789-00 '499
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 98/74[8
1/:% TO THOMAS
MAP# 90ED

031-91-007R
371 R-0579300 Sl 2
LAMONTE CHARLES V.
S 22 T 9 R 10 12E FT GULF
FRONT; 69E 'FT DEPTH M/L ORB
87/2 FR GLENN'
MAP# 900


03i91-020R
372 R-0580600 S99'+.06
BURKERT KENNETH 8: PATRICIA
S 22 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT) 470 FT AV DEPTH H/L
ORBS, 153/71-i72.FR KALBAUGH
MAP# 900


03192-00'4R
373 R-0582900
BOOTH ROBERT K. 8: SHARO
INDLAN PASS BEACH GROUP
PB '1 PG 48 LOT 4
ORB 119/969 FR CREAMER
MAP# "90D


S394.91
ON
P NO, 1


BL.K 0'


03193-004R
374 .R-0E83+400 S336.16
MC KNIGHT WILLIS. S.
INDIAN, PASS BEACH GROUP NO,'.1
PB 1 PG 48.-LOT 20 ORB 75/335
8: ORB 140/247 8C FR MC KNIGHT,
MAP'" 90D .
BLK 0

03201-OOOR. ,
375 R-058E900 410.84
G-LL'.wO-,,' CHARLES H,8: BRENDA
i : i.ri N PASS BEACH GROUP. NO 1 :
PB,1 PG 48 LOT 16. ORB. 1ii/880
FR GALLOWAY :
MAP 900D JBLK 0

3,': :L '4- :' -,.F '
376 F -D 38C'. :'' '-:167.24
GOWEP wrJ3Ii L "' -:/A(MITCHELL)
Ir,'eClnN P'iis BC,-'..H GROUP NO. 1
PB 1 P'G 'fR LOT it1 ORB 97/4'07
FR MIT.CHELL
MAPt' #90D BLK .

0320'8-OOiR .. 3 :
377 -- .00 ', S... 372,92
THOMAS ,EL'E, GLENN ET UX
INDIAN' PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB PG 4+8' LOT 2:1- ORB. 86/264-'
M'AP #90 BLK, B


- P-,. ?! :,)0 1"-IX
ELWMp-iE'S JERRY' S
illi '.4i PASS BEACH I
PB it PG 48 LOT 19
MAP a#90D
Bi i


GROUP NO.l

S B.LK S


03216-OOOR
379 R-0.991300
ELWHPC'- JERRY S,
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP I
PB i PG' 48 LOT 21.
MARP, T

03274-070R
380, .R-0601.600.
,HICK'S CUBIE ET OX
5 12 T.4 R 11 1,'"B l. ..' -t
PARCEL REC'ED ORLI E6'8F,. i
HIT: ': LE":'". ORB 13'1 'F li T
W,-,LL'POP
h ,Pr el,:'

( 3 4-.7+ ..
3.11 P-OC : 'V00 .
STANLEY DANIEL G.'
.S.12T 4 R 11 3.08 AC M/)
X B: Fr ON E SIDE'OF .KEl
ORB L3?. 4: FR BROWN
M-P t138 :' :.:

03324-i0oR
382 R-O I9EO.0
STEELE AL *:','NTurHTr.
S 4 T E. r- it 3 ..:;, i: n.
P.-PRC:F.L "RE': CD Ii ,PC. 138/1i
FR 1IUHIOH1 ET I.l
MAPv 4"- :.

0332'&'-i50R -
383. R-0619800
TAUNTON DAVID ET AL'
S 13 'T'E R 11 SUNSHINE A(
(UNRECORDED) LOT 10 .96
M/L
'MAP '.#42'


0332"" i-EE.R -
384 ,' RF0199.00 ; 8938
STEVENS EUGENE P 8 BARBARA J
S 13 TF 5 R 11 SUNSHINE'ACRES
(UNRECORDED) LOT'1 i.96 AC ,
M/L VORB 1-8/822 FR TAUNTON
ET AL.
MAP # 42 /

03330- 120P,
.38S 0 'R-06:2200 S129.45
HARLAIiD.LENA
S 13 1T P R 11 1.347 AC M/L
210 X 27.9,.'+5 FT BEING PARCEL
'NO. i IN UNREC SUB ORB 1+4/
830-S3W'AA FR CARR ET AL,
MAP# 42'


03330-140R
.386 .,R-0622600
PEIFFER BRIAN R
S 13, T R 11.
210 X 4:20 BEING
UNREC SUBD ORB
CARR ET AL
MAP# #:4


2,.0:2 AC M/L
LOT S OF AN
142/312 FR


03331-001R
. 387 'PR-0622900 : S50.58
KINO),< 'PAMELA
S 13 T, 9 R 11
LAND BEING 300 FT ALONG W SIDE
'OF DANIELS RDE' LAND LYING &
BEING IN SW/4 OF SW/'+ FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03337-OOR k
388 R-,0623800 S256.19
RAFFIELD RICHARD
5 13V T' R 11 6.8 AC PART OF .
NW/4 OF NW/4 LYINGG E OF CO RDE
REC'D ORB 115/930 8: 931 FR
RAFFIELD LESS ORB 118/1036 TO
-(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03337-0,0R
389 RP-06244'00 023E:.93
DAVIS MITCHEL GARY
S 13 T 5 R 11 3 AC M/L
CREEKFRONT PARCEL REC'D IN
ORB 155/627 FR BARBEE
MAP# 442

03340-030R
390 R-0629300 i.5129.49
HOLLAND ROBERT L.
CREEKVIEW ESTATES/ UNMREC,
LOT 6 ,ORB 129/12-i'+ FR CARR
ET AL'
MAP# 4:2 BLI.::


03340-075R
94,.06 3"91 R--0629E:00o i.16'.23
HALL JAMES C 8: PATRICIA E
S 23 T R. 11
ORB 1E9/802 FR CARR ET Ali
MAP# 42

03346-000R
392 R-0631200 693.68
07.61 HAMMON GWENDOL'YNI L,
S 23 T. S R 11 3 AC RECD ORFB
8/199
MAP #42

03360-000R .
393 R.-0632EO0 HX SI3E0
COLE CLYDE'GREGORY 8: DEBBIE
"1n.06 5 2.3 T E R 11 2. iAC S/2 OF .
E/2 OF NE/[ OF SW/'+ 'OF SE/4
ORB 11i1/33 FR TRISCH .
MAP '#42

'03391-026R
39 R-06'+3700 ,I 176.13
; BROWNELL JANICE 8: 'MARGARET
S.'31 T P. R1. 1.75 AC 205 X
8.E5E 250 X 275 X 2 80 FT ORB 120/.66+
FR PLAYER --..S
MAP #013C


03392-01R.
39E R-06450'OO 58'
SOLARSKYJ STANISLAW
S 31 T E: RF i
170 X 260 FT PARCEL ORB i3:6/
843-45 "AA-FR HARDY ..
MAP# .

0339'4-052R '
396 R-06'+6600 5 '.
FELS JO'.EPH i-T OX
S 31 T S R 1ii A'' AC REC'D:
ORB 72/599 FR PATRICK 350- X
570 FT-
MAP #1C .


0339'+-053R
397, R-0646700 HX 36&9.07
GILBERT JIMMY EARL
5 31 T 5 R"I. 1.37 AC 170 X
3E0 .FT LOT RE 'D ORB c,:,-' '
MAP #13C

03401i-00R ,
398 R-06'+7900 S4278,
RAFFIELD RICHARD .
S, 32 T E R 11 0. 39 AC 120 X .
1'+0 FT ORB i1,/929 FR
RAFFIELD'
MAP# 13D '

0340&-011R '
-:4'9 P-,-918':C S324,.57
BL.t.I EF'iHI+ FFHI T E'. .
5 31 T `'- i i ..'. AC M/L I6.
X 330' FT PARCEL REC'D 0.OB O
127/108 FR GPIFF 14 ,,
MAP# 13C .

03406-175R :
400 R-06O05E00 208.1
THWEATT JOHN T.- 8: SANIDA
S3-- T -" F 'ii En T iAiNAL
,.:RES, IJHFFECOFIEEL, US D ',I 1V I L I
LOT 16 ORE' L ','131 QC'FR -
HOBSON'
IMAP# 3 '

0340-G- P .
*',:'1 h,-Ooi'- 14,,0 $136.91
MC IDUFFIE JAMES J. 8: MARGIE L
s 3 r T R 11 .""7 AC 115 X
180 FT LOT ORI 9:2/789 FR
BLOODWORTH


4.":: R-O .c" i .
H4NA J'OHII T
S 3 1" T *." P l! 1 -' 1:C.-: NWC
DF SSW 'I OF I 1-1I.4 IF -.. T I i l
S H10 FT TF O FO5 TH PUr; : 210
FT TH E R1':, FT TI N 1 "T LH
i. FOR FU'lTIli-R l-ECL, ''EE 'T,.- P.'LL l


; ., i034-':-00 1f
'L.I-: S ~':3 R- ,')-.35 ,:O,
.5 R':,lFOVE THOMAS .];"
S 3"- T R 1 1 1 ..:9
.84 47 RCE'L, Oi'B '7, 391
M P 13L' .


891.0.,U3


H 03'+ 6-E'OP. .' .
S i' 4 4 R-1-. 77.30 I ,
BRIDC.ES DiOUIJGLrI B'SR
S 33 T .F" Pi 4 13 -: IL
S (UNREC. PL-.~TI O1-1 '' -."0 FT
LOT ORB 133" 19 FR .-:4F.R
5191.9 MAP#7C 7 .


0 14 26-F TF

BT~0CEEC'".'L4~ ~3JR
S 'I3 T9 51.3 AC ('(I
2:'I'T L)'ORB 1i'3/i,2"
F,- C--R


03460-315R
.1E R--0668700 24.:,.99
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. INC.
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3, UNRECORDED
LOT 7
MAP# 3

03'+60-379R,
416 R-0669700 91.,69
JONES JOE 8: CAROL A. KENNEDY
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 19 ORB 134/897-98 FR-.
MEXICO BEACH CORP. INC.
MAP# 93 :'

03+486-010R
417 R-0677200 SW10.01i
REEVES THOMAS M. JR. ET, Al
S AT 6, R :lt 1 AC M/(I... 9112
FT ON SR 386; '474'.39 FT DEPTH
ORB. 110/228 2 C FR REEVES
ESTATE

03'+93--000OOO
41i8 R-0678200 1261.86
WILLIAMS WILLIAM C, JR
S 5 T 6 R 1 ,3.0'+ AC BEG' AT
NEC OF SW/'+ OF NW/4 8.: RUN S
230 FT FOR POB, TH S 270 FT,
TH W 490 FT, TH N 270 FT ,,TH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


034+95-690OR
' i9 k-0679'tb0. 0' s0O:
PARKER VIVIAN DENI '
S 6 T 6 R. 11
LOT 11 ORB i18/974 ASSI(:' OF
AA 'FOR DEED: FR SAULTS,
MAP# 18'B

03'+95-700. R
S20 R-067900 5 193.91 '
BARNES EUGENE T 8: MARY'f R
5 6 T 6 R '11 LOT 1:2 8:;13'
UNRECORDED PL.AT FR "TAUNTQN IN
NE/[{ OF -NE/'+ ORB 1iE/707-708
FR BARINEAUJ ET AL 8: ORB Il5/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03I01-180R
21 R---0681700 '.
CLARK RICKY 8): LUCY
S .6 T 6 R 11 SUNSHINE FARMS
(UNRECORDED) LOT 16 5.932 AC
M/L UNRECORDED AA FR Taui l"Otl
MAP #1i4lB

O3593-001i


422 R-0696100
HARRELL ROBERT C. 8: M
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1
LOT 13 8: STRIP BETWEEN
8: US' 98 REC'D ORB 76/
MAP #i16C


036+46-OOOR
4'23 F-. ': 3 '
WATSON PHILLIP L. ,JR
BEACON HILL SUBD PBv
LOTS 7 8: 9 ORB i1-/9
MOrITFOPD
EL.t 11
= t.-F' t6CC

03662-OOOR
424 R-0705200
RANCHO ALGRIA ".
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1
LOTS 18 8: 19
MAP #16C1 :

0 03706-OOOR
.4-25 R-0710400 ., "
M.FG-rlJ EL1'0.n THOMAS
EE,,.::I N HILL UBD PB'
LOT i :i FP' "1/1054
(.' F' =L i'_

03711-'F

LEVEL H i: i '-
EL-.:O" H;I.-L -:lOL. r(l 1

141-142 BC FR LEVEL.
MAP i6B ,'


037;:.-. .

WILLEF J-.'MLC C.
E,:N.H:n I- .L SUBD PB 1
13 ". L.- i:- :5- 17 8: 19 I
129/528-29 FR CITIZEN:
S MAP# 6C .


0373E-OOOR :
42' B-0716-400
.2 9 .[{ 'T i url'i ('1) .L i, ,l M J F
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1
LOT 14 8: 15 ORB 139/:

ii.F P 16C


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,8-7 wEpL.R irN.:
5 33 T 5. R i. 15.1
PARCEL REC'D ORB, 138/3
FR CARR
MAP# 27C '
S89.38 P" 27C
ES 03438-O0R .
4 '07 F-)L' 9r3 -
ARMS .20N,4LL L. .
WETAPPO RIDGE SGBD
(UNRECORDED) LOTS 30 8


MAP #27C -

03439-OOOR
.08 'R-0659900'
ARMS RONALD L.
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBD "'
(UNRECORDED) LOTS 29 8
93/67 LIFE.ESTATE QEED
ARMS ; I
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

. 03440-OOR
409 .R-0659700
HAMMON GWENDOLYN '
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBDB
.(UNRECORDED) LOTS 46,8
88/591 BC FR WHITFIELD
MAP #27C


:'(.'.786,9'?

. AC'', L
39-40


03735E-00R ,
429 R-0716600
HTk 1ilsr., JR. 'WILLIAM
BEACON HILL SUBD. PB
LOT 13
ORB 127/790 FR YORK:
MAP# 16,-


0'37743-000R
Se7.,22:' 430'. R-0717400
LEWELLING EDWARD L.
BEACON HILL ESTATES UNIT
3: 38 ORB PB 2:PG 46 LOTS 11 8: 1:2
MAP #16&B
BLK 1.: 1
03764-O000R
: '<". 431 R-0721400 HX
WEBER MARGARET K..
S 31 T 6 R 11 90 FT LOT,.
S37 ORB FRONT OF LOT 2 BETWEEN
STO .GULFVIEW ST a: US 98 REC'I
PARCEL IN ORB 71/609 WEBi

STAX ROLL) (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE Ti
03783-000RO
S 8,: 4 1+32 R-0723100
S WEBER MARGARET K. ET ALi
S .31 T 6 R 11. 60 FT GULF
: ORB :- FRONT LOT ORB 71/609 S: 01
: E-4 ORB 96/537 FR WEBER' ESTATE
', MAP# iC6
BL::K 1 '


03494F-01PR ) '
410 R-0664E00 HX 17,19 -
BARFIELD RICHARtE D 8: DONNA M
S 35 T 5 R 11 i/2: OF SW/+ OF
NE/4 OF .NW/4; LYING W OF SR-
386 ORB 147/419' FR RAY .
MAP# 43

0346-O-O+OR
411 R-0665600 517613
TALLEY FOSTER T, JR .
S 35. T E R 1R1 i REEKWOOD (AN
UNRECORDED SUBD) LOT 8; 3001
FT WETAPPO ;REEK: FRONT 169 FT
AV DERTH ORB 140/335-35 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

034+60-070R
412 R-06"66100 S2~7.:6
RITCH ELECTRIC' 'C INC.[
S'-35 T 5 R 1:1. CREEKWOOD (AN
UNREC. SUBD) LOT 14 8: LOT 1-.
ORB 127/434-36 FR MEXICO BEACH
CORP.
MAP# [43


03460-30ER ;
413 PR--0668O 0
MEXICO BEACH CORF"
CREElKWOOD UNIT NO., 3
LOT 5
-ORB l3/10,6 FR .'MEXICO BE
CORP

03460-310R
4.14 R-06.8600 '
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. INCl
CREEKWOOD UNIT ,3, UNRECOREf'
LOT 6
MAP# 43


03798-091R
438 R-0732500 o3.0'+.15
LAWRENCE HAROLD D. 8: PATRICIA -,
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED LOT 11 'ORB 12:5/187
FR DEES ET AL
MAPH iC16
BLK C

03798-260R
4-39 R-0737200 H-X 576E.E7
REED DAVID
GULF AIRE SULBD. PH'NASE II L.OT
15 ORB :146/395 FR WEWA STATE
BANK
MAP# &C C
BLK D

03798-{'+84R
41+0 R'-'0741700 "' 7 S '',47
DAVIS JIMMY W 8: ANITA F 8:
GULF AIRE PHASE III UNRECORDED
LOT 2 ORB 149/910-11 FR FARRIS
8: ORB 163/245 BC FR DAVIS
MAPH 16C'

03798--SOOR
'i-i R-074+2'+00 S8'+.38
GULF AIRE .PROPERTIES, INC.
S 31 T 6 R 11
ORB 93/277 BEING 6 FT GULF
ACCESS EASEMENT
MAP# 16C

03798-E01R
+442 R-07-+2E:00 S8l+.38
GULF .AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
5 31 T 6 R 11
6 FT GULF ACCESS EASEMENT
MAP# 16q.

03798-ESOR
4'+43 R-074+3500 S1 2q.31+
COOLEY JUNE R 8: JAMES P ,
S31 T6 Rll ORB 96/108 BEING
BLDG II UNIT 10 GULF AIRE
TOWNHOUSE ORB 161/462 FR
BLOUNT
MAP# 16C

03798-67IR
444- R-0746100 S870.30
OAKES DANNY K.
S 31 T 6 R 11 .2:'+3 AC M/L
50 FT ON US 983 2110.49 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 133/179 FR PARKER-
MAP# 17A


Si ,'* 03798- 684R ,.
IARYANN 4-45 .R-0746600 W7E
PG 2 GAFFNEY JOHN W, 8:.
--N LOT 13 5 31 T 6 R 11
22+.| BEATING UNT 4 CORAL REEF
TOWHiHO'JSES- ORB .139/566 CD.
.BLK & FR, PRIESTLEY .
MAP# 16 '
SE50.41 03798-71R
.' ':' F -0746900 $'
I PG 2 CULF HiPE FFrPEFifET i:.'
3:2 FR. -il.F C. I iE I urE 1'.'
LOT 3'
MAP# i&D
,. BLK. I

'03798-720R
2' 29.47 :447 R-07'47000 21
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC..
'PG 2 GULF AIRE PH1OSE IV, UNREC,
'LOT. 4
E BLK I':P *Pr ,6E
:BLK: I

S.' 1.9.7 03798-72R.
448 ., ,R-0747100 9
PG 2 I'F iil E
PG 2 ILF l hirH I.E IV. UNREC
LT CIFE Ill" ''-;: -34. FR GULF
BL .' AIRE PROPERTIES, 11 ,
MAP M 16D E ..
B L.KI' I
_. :'7 : "'- .F ..,- :.. .;., :
S'. 9 R-0747300 '51
BG GULFF AIRE PROPERTIES N*''..
: GULF -AIRE PHASE Iy .UNREC
1: 1 L"u T 3 '
S "" MAP# 16D :
L -BLK. J

L383 03798-755-R .
pG 2 ., R-0747600 I : 2"'
ORB r 'GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
1B F,' SBA. GULF AIRE PHASE IV; UNREC.
S FEE' S8:L
LOT 6'
BLK .24 MAP# 16D '
'. BLK i

S.1+9 .47 03798-760R
. :' 451 l R-0747700 24
-PG: GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
346 F"R GiLF AIRE PHASE IV, UNREC'
2*^ FRT 7
.MAP#" 16

BLK 23 BLK 'J
0 3798-78:2R
4952, R-0748200 HX $17
I, 8: I^SA I f'.EI'5 TIM. B VI':KI
M LISAP PELICAN WALK UNREC. SUB.
1 PG.2. LOT l TRIPLEX, UNIT. #1ti
., / UNREC. AGREEMENT FR DUREN
MAP#l& .


03798-800R
493 R-074+S600 S897.2!5
HARRIS MARLENFE J
PELICAN WALK; UNREC 'SUB,
LOT 5. ORB 153/281-282 FR GULF
AIRE PROP, INC 8: LOT 6 ORB
153/283-28'+ FR DUREN
MAP# 16C

03798-84O0R
454 R-074'9300 S604.67
OA(KES DANNY K' 8 PAUL.A AL.DRIDGE
PELICAN WALK UNREC. SUB,
LOT 13 ORB 153/671 FR
GULFAIRE
MAP# 16C:

03798-850R
4SS R-0749E500 S238.37
'SAUERHOFF KATHLEEN PATRICIA
PELICAN WALK, UNREC. SUB,
LOT A ORB 153/276-277 FR .
DUREN
MAP# 16C

03805-002R
496 R-0750400 S1 0308.3'+
DUREN IKE
S 31 T 6 P. 11 6.26 NAC M/L
ORB 121/98 FR DOZIER
MAP# 16C

03809-013R
457 R-0750900 Sl0723.96
MONACHELLI CAROL MI
SEASHORE TOWNHOUSES
BEING UNIT 3
ORB 160/360 FR COSTING
MAP# 16C

03806-27SR
458 R-0757100 242.83
VISE'JESSE M 8: CYNTHIA L
SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
PB 3 PGS. 34 8: 3S
LOT 35 ORB 14+5/472 FR PARKER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03806-410R"
459 R-0759800 $242.83
CLARK CHAMP JR
SEA SHORES A/::/A PORT ST, JOE
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
PB 3 PGS., 34 8: 3E
LOT 4 AN FR COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


03798-004R
433 R-0726300 + 01.6,.82
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC
S 31 8: 32 T 6 R il. PARCEL.
BEING PARCEL "E" ORB '147/7499-
759 FR GULF AIRE PROPERTIES
INC. BEING THE GULF AIRE -
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03798-015R .
434 R-0727300 $577.,41.
OAKES PAULA JEAN ALDRIDGE
GULF-AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT 10
ORB 144/.339 FR QAKES
MAP #16C
SBLK A

03798-024R
43E R-07:28200 S304.1 :
LOGAN KiERRMIT 1D. 8: GLENDA SUE
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT 6
PAGE '58 FROM GULF INDIES
CORP
MAP #16AC OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK
BLK B


03798-059R
436 R--0730700 Sl, i648.39
S24.99 WEBB DAVID W 8: BONNIE.FAYE
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT 9!
ORB. 1iS/27+ FR GARFIELD
MAP# 16l::
')CH BI.': D'


03798-077R 460. R-076-0600 $2''2.83
4137 R-0731700 3831:7'+ :ELi..Y Ci:ROLE L.
LEWIS JEI.' i. 8: MARY f SEA5 SHORES A/K/A PORT S'T, JOE:
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION BEACH UNIT NO. TH-'REEL
UNRECORDED LOT 11 ORB :L36/228 PoB 3 PGS. 4W i: 83r!
FR BUCHANAN LOT .12 ORB 129/979 'FP. C05rTIN
MAP 16.C L LKE D (FOP FURTHER i...EGAfi, '5EE TA': ROLL..'


38866


03806-500R
4-61 R-0761600 2':+2.83
VISE RHONDA L.
SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST. .JOE
BEACH UNIT NO1. ,THREE
PB 3 PGS. 34 8: 35
LOT 8 ORB 125/464 FR COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03806-530R
62 R-07622002 S2[42.83
VISE' JESSE M 8: CYNTHIA L.
SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
PB 3 PGS, 34+ 8: ".
LOT 14 ORB 1E:i/'t ,. FR PARKER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE: TAX ROLL.)

03816-0OOR
-463 R-,0767200 S, E0. 70
WRIGHT JIMOLA
S 4 T 7 R 11 i4.9,'AC M/L.
480, MX 1358.,+3. X >(80,1 X
1359.15 ORB 11/E557 8: ORB 151/
E59 GC FR WRIGHT
MAP# 31

03888-00OR
4. 64- R-0776900 FIX S787,79
DAVIS SHERRY A
'YON'S ADDITION TO; BEACON HILL
*SE 61 FT OF LOT 8 IN BLK &, 8:
NW 8E FT OF LOT". 9 IN BLK 7
ORB 149/877-880,'FR MULLINS
MAP# 17A

03906-001P.
465 R-0779400 909.32
SPURLIN NEAL ETIUX
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL.
LOT 19.8: .SW'LY 'F2 LOT 18
ORB 86/773
MAP #17A
BLK 9

03907-DOOR
46, B6& R-677960, HX 769.21
BUTLER HAROLD M..
'YON'S .ADDITION TO. BEACON HILL
LOTS 6) 7 8: N/2 OF 5
MAP #17A
BLK 9
03932-OOOR
'+67 R-0782L00 S69.E .
FRASURE HAROLD W 8: TERESA
YON'S ADDITION O BEACON HILL
LOT 11
ORB *1 60/1.32 FR HERRINGTON
MAP #'17A


BL.K 11

039E:2-aOOR
6. 48 R-0785100 S176,13
BRANCH f.G., TRUSTEE
YON'S ADr.-'TIOTi TO, BEACON HILL
:'.8? LOT 9.L C i 9 O "39 FR. BEA'IAN
MAP 17A .'.
BLK 14

.9 -3- ."F .
4.'F F -*.*',99 15E33.' -
GEITZLER HAZEL. IM8: GAIL G B-
S 5 8: 6 T 7 R i, '-6.03 FT
+2.83 GULF FRONT: 125 FT DEPTH M/L'
ORB 1i5'/E8'+-585 FR ROBERTSON
MAPU 17A .

0.3981-001R
470 R-0789900 1 Sl089.19
MARCUM JENNIFER .
CORONADO GULFVIEW iJNIT i ORB
96.99 153/601. FR J 8: J. INVESTMENTS
INC. '
MAP# 1.7A

S 39 .. .T 0 ,
471 R-0792200 1 :-1
HOWARD ROBERT H. '. j .
.... S T 7 P J. .::1i 06,i.FT. U.S..'. 8 ,
+2 ,83 FR':-tT, '.RI .63,6S:ER -HARREHLe 7...
..-'., ESTATE (ON E SIDE 'OF,'US 98)
MAP #17A ,

C Q';0 6--.:F' H
4-72 P-0.:'-..~ J HX ;., 1,034.62
HILL'R EDWARL' E LU'rN
'S 5 T 7 R 11 Pi-,R.EL j-F.IRrl
12:,83 FORMERLY LOTS -" POR1 IJ'l
OF GEORGIA CYPRESS STrs BLOCK.
1 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

j ,*. ,h':. '.-, '..,)P :
473 R-0795500 H. .. 4562.54
SMITH JOSEPHINE ..
'2.83 PORT ST. JOE BEACH' UNIT NO.
LOTS 5 8: 6 ORB 102/192 FR
SMITH 8: ORB 156/78 FR SMITH
MAP #17A BLK E
0404-000R '
474 R-0801000 149.47
ODHAM SUE KIMBROUGH ,
..... PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT.NO. 1
6.13 LOT 15 ORB 11/803 BC
FR SCULL&8: LESS ORB, 157/824 TO
MARCONI ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


04-048-OOR '
,475 R-0801700 S149
WOOD CARL DAVID
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT i ORB 156/959 FR WOOD
MAP# 17A


.47


BLK 11ii

0406S-OOOR
476 R-0803800 HX 5289,48
SCARABIN ROBERT M
PORT ST. JOE BEACH 'UNIT NO. 1
LOT 3 ORB 111/326 FR HAY 8::
ORB 133/327 BC FR BASS
SCARABIN CAROL L. : .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04067-OiOR
477 R-0804500 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).

044.0-OOR
478 R-0813000 HX, 5176,13
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/i146 FR WILLIAMS
(FOR FURTHER'LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0416O-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
UBLK .32
04177-000R
480 R-0819800 E52'+.30
PARHAM JAMES D
PORT ST. JOE BEACH.UNIT NO.1 2
LOT 10 ORB +145/91-92 FP.
TAYLOR
MAP# 17A
"B.K 3E

04195-000R
481 R-0822100 HX 5256.15
SANDERS C. 0.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 9: i111 13
MAP #17A
BLK 39

04198-000R
482 R-08 22400 '149.,47
ESTES ROBERT 5 8: GLORIA
POR ST JOE BEACH UNIT NO. :2
(FORMERLY) LOT '+
ORB i'41/i62 FR COSTING
MAP# 17A ., B.K 40


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04204-003R
483 R-0824000 HNX $174.62
MONTGOMERY G. EDWARD 8: RUS A.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 4 ORB 111/8 FR HANNER
MAP #17A
BLK 4+2

04204-OOSR
484 R-0824200 $4S5440
RICHARDSON THERESA T.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 6 ORB 113/685 FR STOVER
MAP#17A
BLK 42

04222-003R
485 R-0829700 $1i9. 47
DERRICK MARGARET A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 10 ORB 97/701 FR COSTIN 8:
GIBSON
MAP # 17 At
BLK 48

04226-002R
486 R-0830900 S149.47
DERRICK MARGARET A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 3 ORB 163/754 FR PROCTOR
BLK 49

04247-OOOR
487 R--0833800 S1,882.82
MATTHEWS ARTHUR L. 8: ANNIE
S 16 T 7 R 11 .980 AC M/L.
16i4.04 FT GULF FRONT; 267 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 98/552 FR
VIZCARRA
MAP# 328

0425E-020R
488 R-0834400 $703.79
KIRBY STEPHEN E 8: DEBORAH M
ST. JOSEPH SHORES SUBD PB '
PG 36 S 10 FT OF LOT 3; N 401
FT OF .LOT 4 BEING 0EO X 10 FT
LOT ORB 141/706 FR HARRISON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).


04283-OOOR
489 R-0838800 sil109
RAFFIELD RONALD C,
S 27 T 7 R 11 REC'D DBK
150 FT ON US 98 REC'D ORB
133/1-2 FR BLAIR
MAP# 33A

04310-OOOR .
490 R-0840700 90
LANGLEY DORA L.
C. P. GAULDINGS AQDN PB.i. PG
30 LOTS 4 8: 5(LESS S 45 FT OF
LOT 4)'
MAP #49B


0Lf315-000R
491 R-0841200-
.GREEN GLORIA JEAN
C. P. GAULDINGS ADDN PB
30 LOT 13 ORB.90/10 FR
:ARROLL.
MAP #49 8,


04360-000R
492 R-0845400
WADE JIMMY -
HIGHLAND VIEW
A PORTION OF LOT 11 12
ORB 149/268 FR TONEY
MAP# 49B-
BLK

04361-O6OR
493 R-084-SOO
WOOD TAMELA L.
HIGHLAND VIEW PB i PG 22
FT-OF LOT 14 '8 : 11; LESS
FT, OF -i; BEING' THE OLC.-
BLDG ORB 83/1i22 -.8: LEEi"
(FORJEIFRTHER LEGAL .;EE T
..--, r3) --!.-IT II

04369-OOOR
494 R.-0846200 HX
SCARABIN MARSHA R DYKES
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS, PB 1 PG
LOTS 1, 2 8:~ 'LYING .E OF
COUNTY DITCH ORB 146/4790
DYKES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

04378-000R.
49$ R-0847100
BRAKE EMMA LEE
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB 1 PG
LOT 8 ORB 87/65
MAP #4B


0'+389-OOOR
496 R-0848000
BROWNELL JANICE F. 8, MAR(
B,-',.vIEW HEIGHTS PB 1 PGO
LOT E1 ORB ,120/664 FR PL
ESTATE .
MAP# 49B


'04390-OOOR
9497 R-0848100
BROWNELL JANICE 8: .NR'i-iRE
BAYVIEW. HEIGHTS PB 1 PG
LOTS 12, 13 8: 14
ORB 120/664 FR PLAYERS'
MAP# 49B8
/

04-415-OOR
498 R-08.F0400
GAY TIMOTHY W. 8 ,Olil.- IL
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PBl F I
LOT 9 8: 12 ORB 138/74-i7-
FR ROBERSON;.
MAP# 49B
BL.::

04424-OOOR
499 R-0851400
BROWNELL JANICE 8: MARGARE
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB 1 PG 2
LOTS 1 8: 2 ORB 120/B664 F
PLAYER ESTATE
MAP# 49B 48


044t5-OOOR
500 R-0854300 HX-
CANNINGTON F,. 8: FAYE
FOREHANDS FIRST ADDITION
HIGHLAND VIEW PB. 1 PG 44
OF LOTS' 11:2 ORB 107/
FR OH. 8: LILLIAN CANNIN(
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

04-000-.OOOR
$01 R-0862900
MC ULLON GLORIA MAE
S 26 T 7 R 11 50 X i13E F
IN SW/4 OF NW/4 OF GOVT I
4 ORB 74/667 (LIFE ESTA3
MAP .#49B

04S42-OOOR
50c R-0863100
LYLE TOHNYA "-
S 26 T 7 R:i 100 X 13$ I
LOT IN NE,2-OF'-SE./4 OF NE/
GOVT LOT 14 ORB 163/63 FR
MAP #49B .

.04 E46-029R
503 R-0866.000
DARNA .HENRY 8: JUDY
5 6 t 7 'R 11'300 FT LOT
BEING 'S/2 OF NE/4'. OF SE/
GOVT LOT 14 UNRE'.'CONTR
FR EWING
MAP# 49B

045 -6-0 R .
t04 R-0866900 HX
STRICKLAND KARLTON 8: BEV
5. 26 T7 Ri. 190.02 X 1:27,
FT LOT IN NORTH 1/2 OF-,'.
NORTHWEST :1/4-.OF NE/4 OF
ORIG, GOVT LOT 14- ORB 93
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA


;O50


THET4W'fAR.POTS T.lJ .'L.


0461E-000R
50E R-0874200
MC NEAL SHARON D
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB
35 LOT 18 ORB 162/242 Fl
DRIESBACH
MAP #50A


04628-OOOR
E06 R-0875400
MC KAY RANCE HEIRS OF
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB
35 LOT 5
MAP #50A

04630-OOOR
507 R-0875600
GAINER MANSFIELD 8: CORA I
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB
PG35 LOT 12 ORB 75/69:3
MAP #50A


04635-OSOR
508 R-0876200 HX
WHITAKER LINDA G,
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD., PB
35 LOT '7 ORB 119/32'
LOWERY ;
MAP# OA BLK

04637-OOOR
509 R-0876400
GAINER MANSFIELD
STi JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB
35 Ni/2 OF LOT 10
ORB 128/879 FR LEWIS
MAP# OOA BL

04638-OOOR
10O R-0876500
GAINER JERRY .
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB
35 S/2 OF LOT 10
MAP #50A

04640-OOOR
Eli. R-0876700
MC KELVY POLLY) HEIRS OF
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB :
35 LOT 20
MAP #EOA


04683-OOOR
5 2. R-0880900
KILBOURN MICHAEL W
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LO
12 & 14 ORB i57/767.FR
MARP# OA BLK


.78 0


BLK. C


565.02

1 PG


(..
BLK C


04704-OOOR
513 R-0882800
LEWIS MRS. SARAH
CITY OF PORT ST.
8: 29
MAP #50A


5O1ii-OOOR
S95.34 3 29 R--0937600
DAVIS WANDA BROWN
1 PG CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LO'
R MAP #EOA


BLK A 05149-OOOR
530 R-0941,300 HX
RAFFIELD RONNIE ET UX
S219.94 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LO0
4 ORB 101/633 BC FR RAFI
i PG MAP# OD

BLK B
E0516-OOOR
531 R-0942000
$262.71 MC DOUGALL GEORGE A 8: D
LEE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LO1
3 ORB i'+2/298 FR BONE
MAP #50D


05185-OOOR
52 40.4E5 532 R-091I+900
RAFFIELD RONALD C.
1 PG CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LO'
9 FR ORB 111/967 FR HAMM
MAP #500D
B .

05211-0OOOR
-55572 E33 R-09'+7500
VAUGHN PAUL T 8: MARY P
1 PG CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LO'
N/2 OF LOT 10 ORB 147/8'
BOWEN
K B MAP# SOD BL

05286-OOOR
5122.70 534. R-0964+00 HIX
CUMBIE .JAMES W. ,JR, 8: SAI
PG ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
1 LOTS 1 8: 2 ORB 136/452E
BLK B HAMBY
MAP# OA BL


05297-000R
535 R-0957500 HX.
LAWRENCE STEVE.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION
i LOTlk 18; 19 8: S/2
MAP #50D


UNIT
OF L
.. E


$1i940 32 OE313-OOOR
S36& R-0959100 HX 5219.84 -
OTS 10i RICHARDSON WALTER ALAN 8:
R ROCHE ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
9 1 LOTS 10 8: 11 ORB 107/628 FR
.REED (PARRISH)
MAP #5OD


1 V87.76


JOE LOT


* (-471 7 .-: iP-' ,
E14 R-08839e00
GULF TWIN INC.
CITY OF PPORT T. .JOE N 2
OF E/2 OF. LOT 18 ORB 83/
MAP #4OA


Trs 27. 0534'5-OOOR
53. 7 R--09,2300 HX
BLK ii LOCKE BRONCIEL N,
BLK 11 ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
i LOTS 3 8: 4
f." .09 _MAP #5OA .


20. FT
/609 ,

BLK .I: 15


04716-OOOR
515 R-0884000 $498.32
S353,94 GULF TWIN INC.
CITY OF PORTST. JOE N 21 FT
8: 5 9 FT OF W 45 FT OF LOT 14
8: .'3 8: W 45 FT OF LOTS 16 18 8:'20
ORB 81/969
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

F 04735-000R
:E16 R-0886200 $661.28
S10.O1 REED DAVID S.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 19 8:
E 5&.6 NW ..7 FT OF LOT .21 ORB :ILI ."'
S 30 FR STONE LESS NW..7 FT OF LOT
1TOPE 19 ORB 14-8/1E3 TO COSTIN.
o01 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
h--' FOLL I
S04746-0Ot .
517 R-0887900' ': 939.7
.18|..39 AIR ENVIRONMENTAL'RESOURCES
S CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 7,-
26 9 8:11 ORB 149/731 FR CAMPBELL
& SUMNER
> G -FR MAP# OA.,
SFR.. BLK 108

AX ROLL.) 077-00 .
Ei8 R-0888000 S24.37
%104.84 KING ROBERT E,.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 1,
2& 3 8: E 3
MAP #5OA
BLK 1f
ELK C.
04788-000R
S 519 R-0894000 b3.062. 3. .
S48. 10 CRISP DONALD R.
CARET CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS i8
26 .- 20, 22, : 24 ORB 108/837 FR
AYER. HAND 8: ORB 108/838 FR PARKER
ESTATE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

/ : '7?795-C'.00'
S hO -06w,"t7?.,0 Si0.135.92
El 19,23" KING.ROBERT E. DR. "
ET CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 14
26 : 16
MAP #5OA
TATE BLK 23
0480E-OOOR
BLK D E21, R-O896400 $792.53
ST. JOSEPH r', 'CONEiTRUCTI ON
CITY OF PORT ET. JOF.
3a.',9 9 LOT 11 ORB -117/687-88 FR
S QUARLES
_:'- MAP# SOA
t BLE 24
*048E-OOOR
522 R-0904100 5423,57
TTWHIT T r.lG-TO''l .OUCI.- i. A.
IT'. OF PO'T Sr. JOE LOT 1 .
$23.21 OFB 13. D.:'., 0' FT' "HITTINGTON
ET MAP#H50A
.BLI':: 32

04890-OOOR
523 R-0911600 704.28
BLK I TANKERSLEY JAMES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 7 8:
.E/2 OF LOT 5
$56,91 MAP #EOA
BLK 37
TO
N/2 I 0496-OOOR
10 .C 524 R-0920000 HX 5281,42
GTON. COOPER CHARLES H JR 8: MARIAN M
TO R CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 12
AX ROLL) T )14 ORB 33/741 FR JOHNSON '
MAP# i&6A
ELKN 42
$291.71
LOT' 04987-OOOR
LO 525 R-0922000 HX $239.09
LOT LITTLE JAMES C. 8: DEBRA JONES
TE) CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 7
ORB 120/15 FR BAXLEY
MAP# S OA
S257.93 BLK 43
FT 0500-000R
/+ OF 526 R-0923EOO HX 598&6.0
R LYLE TOUSIGNANT JEAN V
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 2
ORB 133/434 FR PATTERSON
MAP# 5OA
S445E.69 BLK 44
OS003-OOP.R
OF 527 R-0923700 HX 277.55
RACT HUGGINS MICHAEL W
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE N 88 FT
OF LOT 3 ORB 153/863 FR .
LITTLE .
MAP# EOA
S3E.29 EBLK .44
OVERLY 05074-OOOR
.39. 5 :28 R-0933800 HNX 523'1+06O
HIEBER GEORGE E. ,
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE LOTS 11.
3/4E7 8: 12
IX ROLL) MAP #s5A BLK 50


BLK 79


BLK 82

SO05376-OOOR .
.538 R-09654-00 FIX 11i..B'
POWELL JAMES P. 8: TAMMY T.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOT 1 ORB 118/1045 FR GAY
.MAP #OD
BLK 85

05389-OOOR
E39 R-0966700 HX $120.80
MAMORAN RICKY 8: JULIE E
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,"
LOT 15 8: S/2 OF LOT 16
UNREC, AA FR HAMBY
MAP #o0E 'BLK 8E

OE392-OOOR
$40 R-09&7000 HIX S134.07
NELSON EULON WAYNE ET UX 3 .
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOTS 20 8:,21
MAP #SOD BLK 5

05395-OOOR
's41 R-0967300 HIX $81.19
MOUCHETTE PAULINE 9
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT-NO
: LOT 3 8: S/2 OF LOT 2 PAGE
1065 LIFE ESTATE DEED TO
TANKERSLEY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


0O453-OOOR
542 R-0974700 5185
DYKES 0. C.
ST.' JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT 'NO,
2 LOT 23 ORB 98/535 AGREEMENT
FR MORRIS
MAP# SOD


.05:46 1-OOOR
54W'3 R-09754-00, HX
MC ARDLE LINDA' 8: JAMES
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
2 LOT ORB '13'7/2:3 FR iC
MAP #EO ,


BLK 89


05702-001R
s$513.3 553 R-1019900. 123.82
JONES ERNEST MC DONALD SR.
T- 27 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG. N
60 FT OF LOT I ORB 75/120
BLK 52 MAP #50EA
BL.K 1002

$L484.52 05703-000R
E54 R-1020000 S84.01
TS 2 8: GANT CHESTER JR. ET UX
FIELD CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 2 ORB 75/571
BLK 6 NAP #5ODA BLK 100
05713-OOOR
81,007.64 55 R-1921100 $204.35
ONNA M PITTMAN AMOS SR.
T 1 8: CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT I5 ORB 98/696 FR PETERS
6 ESTATE BLKi:002
BL.K 2 MAP # ,OA
05740-OOOR
703,47 6 R-i02'+200 806,23.
,.$703,.. .GANT CHESTER JR. ET UX
r 9 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 31 ORB 83/396
MAP #50BE SLK 1003


BLK: &6 O776-OOOR -
957 R--1027900 .
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
E1363.05 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG
LOTS 14, 16&1 18 W/2 LOT
r 9 8: ORB 81/71i 8: LESS E/2
96 FR LOT 20 ORB 1.43/.031 TO Nil
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA)
-K 68
05776-050R
58 R-i028000 HIX
S381.01' MILLER LINDA '
1LLY AN CITY OF PORT ST JOE: LO,
NO. 8: E/2 LOT 20 ORB 1.43/53:
FR .UNDERWOOD 8: ORB 14-6/918 Ff
UNDERWOOD
L.K. 78 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TA
05796-000R
S-i. 559 R-1030800
BEWE' MARGARET
N O' 0 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
OT 2.0 S/2 OF LOT 12
BLK 78 MAP #SOA BLK


05804-00OR
560 R-103100 S438.38
JONES LESA A. 8:,RAY 0 -.LIKELY'
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 20 ORB 124/552 FR JONES
EST.


MAP# 5OA


0814-OOOR
$61 R-1032600
$546.89 HOGAN LILLIE MAE /
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE C
1NO. LOTS 30 8: 32 ORB 77/94
MAP UEOi


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

0582i-'0i1R
$63 R-1033700
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT P
33 LOT 13
MAP #490D


05-83-'000R
$64 R-1037100
BYRD'PORTIA LEE
MILLVIEW 'ADDN UNIT :2
33 LOTS 30 8: 32
MAP #49D
: '. ** .!-. ..


05866-OOOR
565 R-10380&OQ0
DANIELS GENE ET
MILLVIEW ADDN Ut
33 LOT 20 ORB 8:
MAP #490


05968-OOOR
576 R--i049E: PETERS NATHAN III
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
PB 1 PGS 46 8: +7 E/2 OF LOT
ORB 160/12 SC FR HODGE 8: ORB
160/13 8C FR STANLEY PETERS.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06007-000OR
577 R-1053200 HX 5339.6c4
LIKELY RAY 0. 8: MINNIE
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 14 8:.W/2 OF LOT 16 PB 1,
PGS '+6& 8: 47
MAP# 50A
BLK 1018

06025-OOOOR
-578 R-10i55000 5213,38
,GANT CHESTER JR.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO, 2
LOT '+ PB 1 PG5 46 8: 47
MAP# 5A
.BLK 1019.


06027-006R
579 R-10iE5600 HX $149.04.
JENKINS DONALD L. 8: SHELLY M. ,
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 7 PB 2 PG 53 ORB 124/1100-
1101 FR ST. JOE FOREST PROE.' .
MAP# 5OA BLK 1020

06027-OOSR
580 R-10oE800 HX ."' 1201.90
PETERSON DOROTHY
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3'
LOT 9 PB.2 PG 53 ORB 130/745-."'
46 FR ST. JOE FOREST PROD.
AP# BOA BLK 1020


R 06027-009R
581 R-10S5900
K ROLL) JULIUS EDDIE JR
ROLL MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO-
LOT 10 PB 2 PG 53
.387.7 ORB 1631/203 FR JULIUS .III
S MAP# SOA BLI


*06027-010R
582 R-1056000 HX $18727
ALEXANDER CYNTHIA A.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 1iiPB 2 PG 53 ORB 127/801
FR ST. JOE FOREST PROD. INC.
MAPU 50A


06028-SOOFR
BLK 1006 583 R-'1057000 HIX
JONES VALERIE ANN
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIN
$643.18 LOT 1 ORB 106/653 FR
-2 PG 3
ORIG. MAP# 50A
.0


BLK LO 'b -' I. ,
S -84' R-i07900 HX
THOMh4 ;MARY, L,
$690.89 MILL'VIEw ADDITION UMNI
LOT 1- 8 N/2 OF LOT 1'
PB PG 92/247' FR ST JOE LD 8:
F' LOT 8 PB 2 PG 53 8: ORB 127/:
LTER (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

E TAX ROLL) 06029-008R
585 R-1059100 HX
'LOWERY GWENDOLYN
S287.76 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
LOT 10 ORB 95/640 FRO)
B 1 PG JOSEPH LAND 8: DEV. CO.

(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE
BLK 1007
06034-OOOR
586 R-IO0300 HX
S500'.13 LENNOX MARTHA M
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
PB 1 PG LOT 21 8: 5 17.5 FT OF
PB 2 PG 53
SMAP# EOA
I' L :[ '


060Oi-OIOR
5117,92 587 R.-1063000 HX
UJX MARTIN BILLY C 8: VERNI
NIT i PB 1 PG MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
1/549 8:&612 LOT 14'
ORB 144/565 FR QUICK
BLK 1009 MAP# EOA


05868-00OR
.'+2 566 R-1038800 513s.88
CLAYTON J. C, 8: JOSEPH-
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1.PG
33 LOT 2 ORB 127/816
FR CLAYTON
MAP# 49D


8217.,29


ARDLE90
BLK 90


0o5462-OOOR
-44 R-0976900 5694.04'
BRAGDON MATTIE L.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 20 ORB 113/964 FR BRAGDON.
BLK 90.-'
MAP# EOD 8: 68C .7

048i-000R
54 R-0978800 HIX $244.86
AMBROSE DAVID LEE ET UX
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
2 LOT 10 ORB. 78/34'+4
MAP #500
BLK 91

05502-OOOR
5-:6 R--0980900 1-IX 2 2i4-.07
LD-WILIM J-IMES 8: SHEILA
ST. JO;LPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
2 LOT 18 ORB 160/92 FR;
SASSER
MAP# 500
BLK 92

OEE84-004R .'
547 R-0989.600 HX E565.49
BURKETT CLARENCE EUGENE ET UX
ST. JOSEPH-ADDITION UNIT NO,.
9 LOT 11 8: N/2 OF LOT 10
MAP #500
BLK 108

0558E-OOOR.
548 R-0989800 -IX $700.90
RAY JOHN E. 8: MARGARET E.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
7 LOT i ORB i13/'-9 FR FOX
MAP #SOD
BLI': 109

05E91-00ROO
51+9 R-0990800 IX F4I:.:28
WOOD RONNIE K. 8: TAMELA L .
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIrT NO.
9 LOT 12 ORB 133/35E FR DAVIS
MAP #500 BI_: 109

05690-OOOR
550 R-1018400 $106.64-
GANT ERNEST ET AL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 17 8: 19 ORB 79/19
MAP #508 BLK 1001

05694+-OOOR
551 R-1018800 $'+66.01.
BEWEY MARGARET
CITY OF ,PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 22 ORB 92/352 FR BEWEY'
MAP #50B BL:: 100:1

05701-OOOR
552 R-1019700 HA 5711.08
PITTMAN AMOS SR.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOTS 30 8: 32 ORB 98/907 FR
PETERS
MAP #50B BLK 1001


BLK 1010


* .cb -{' : '3- '
-..' F -t'.'l '.O S253.79
JULIUS EDDIE 8 DIANA
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT.2 PB i PGS
46 & 47 LOT .28 ORB 155/46&3
FR PACE
MAP# 49D
BL.K 1010

05896-OOOR
568 R-1041800 302. 14
HENRY WILLIE J 8: DOROTHY M
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB I PG
33 LOTS -3 8: 5 ORB 841/952
MAP #49C -.
BLK 1011-

OS900-OOOR
569 R-ilO42400 $234.26
LARRY R. C. 8: ANNIE MAE
MILLVIEW'ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1 PG
.33 LOT. ORB 75/441
MAP #49D0
BLK 1012,

.05907-OOOR
E70 R--04'3100 S4082.29?
HURLRURT MILES K.
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT I PB 1 PG
33 5 67 FT LOT 8 8: 10 ORB
li/4/64-6 FR ST. JOSEPH LAND
DEV. CO.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)


O0907-OOSR
571 R-1043200 $285
PITTMAN AMOS
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO. 1 LOT
8 LESS S 67 FT ORB 11i/569 FR
HURLBURT
MAP# 490D


BLK 1012

0913-OOOR
572 R-10'+3900 HX 5176 37
DAWSON DARION A. 8: GWENDOLYN
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 'PB 1 PG
33 LOT 16 ORB 1i5/105 FR
PETERS
MAP #499D
BLK 1012


05918-000R
573 R'-1044400
WALKER MCNAIR PAT 8: W.J.
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO 2 PE
PGS 46 8: 47 LOT S ORB 101,
FR WALKER
MAP #490D
*BLK:

05923-OOOR
E74 R--1044900 HX
NICKSON DONALD M, 8: JACGUE
MILLVILW ADDING UNIT NO 2-PE
PGS 4-6 & '+7 LOTS 16 8: 18 C
96/534 FR PETERS
MAP # 490
BLK

05OE:9-OOOP.
S'75 R--10'+8600
JULIUS DIANE P,
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO.1
PB 1 PGS 46 -8: 47 LOT 19 OF
108/986-7 FR BYRD HEIR'R
MAP# 5OA BLK


06234-OiOR
B88 R-1082500 HX
RAFFIELD DANNY L.
'S 2E T 8 R 11 2 AC 160
FRONT; 400 FT AV DEPTH-
S 3 AC LOT 113 OF GOLD
LESS 140 X 343.95 FT T
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

'0236-1,06R
S589 R-i083500
GULF COUNTY AVIATION I
"S 25 T 8 R 11 .55 AC
BEING 150 X i&2,147 FT
ON AIRPORT RUNWAY ORB
-996 & ORB 142/997 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06246-OOOR
590 R-1089600
BURKERT KENNETH 8: PATR
S 36 T 8 R 11 2.25 AC
PARCEL ON C-30 (BEING.
LOT HOWE). ORB 155/293-
COMBS
MAP# $20

06247-OOOR
591' R-1089800 HNX
MOORE MARK RANDALL
S 25 T 8 R 11 74.7 FT.
FRONT 8: SR 30 ORB 142/
FR MOORE .
1AP#.52A

06266-04'ER
592 R-1i01400
WILSON DWAYNE E 8: EDIT
FEATHER SOUND
LOT 9 ORB 15$9/308-309
FIRST UNION NATIONAL B
MAP# 19B


06266-090R
.49 $93 R-1102200
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND
FEATHER SOUND
LOT 18 ORB 150/874-88
HILL
MAP# 198


06266-135R
594 R-i102700
WEST BEACH COMPANY, IN
FEATHER SOUND SUB. (UN
1,56 AC M/L LOTS 17,2
26) 8: 27 BEING A 204
PARCEL ON SR 30E
MAP# 19B

06&268-li8R
b5 R-111ii700
BARBER JAY 0.,
S 18 T 9 R ii
51.04 FT GULF FRONT;
FT AVERAGE DEPTH BE-ING
OF TRACT 14 ORB 123/14
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06268-121R
596 R-1112000
BARBER JAY 0.
S 18 T 9 8 11
102 X 422 FT PARCEL;
BEING LOTS 2,3,)4, OR
425 FR MAY LESS LOT I C
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


06268-122R
E97 R-1112i00 51+9. 47
S9'+.2S LUNT ROGER W.,
S 18 T 9 R 11
2 51 X 106476 FT PARCEL, BEING
B PARCEL A OF AN UNREC SUBID.
ORB 123/149 FR MAY I..ESS ORB
1016 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06268-123R
598, R.-:11220 .696.2
BARBER JAY 0
S 18 T 9 R 1.1
51.04 FT GULF FRONT; .390 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 156/176-177 .BC FR
WAYMIRE
MAP# 19B

06268-124.R
599 R-iii230.0 S'+9.47
LUNT ROGER W
5 18 T 9 R 11i
51.04 X. '1.66"FT 'PARCEL;
BEING .S/2 OF LOT A OF UNREC.
SUBD. 'ORB 16/178-179 QC FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06268-167R
600 R-1114000 $2,452.09
,,PRASCSAK GEORGE 1 JR 8: CAROL D
S 18i T9 R 11
85.5 FT GULF FRONTAGE BEING
LOT-7 OF SURVEY 55,5 X 4-27.5
FT ORB i37/11I-15i FR. FOSTER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06268-300R
601 R-1114600 $B,457.07
AVERY JUDGE RICHARD M. JR.
S 20 T 9 R 11 510 FT GULF
FRONT; 711.35 FT AV DEPTH
PART TRACTS 29 8: 30, ORB
. 110/532 FR FLA. TITLE 8: MORTG
MAP #19D

06268-4i2R
602 R-11ii500 1, i.394.14
JET-AIR
5 20 T 9 R 11 LOT 1 SAN BLAS
VILLAS ORB 134/i4/9 FR .MONEYHAN.
MAPH 19p.,


S93.0E 6,:.3 R- I 1 1-l: HX
BOWEN. ECrtlJlIb A. : JULI-E-
3 S 20 T 9 R, 11 L C 2
ORB i 1' Fi .r.1 I(L .,
INC. # "
1020 VIAP 19Dri


L949.60


VILLAS.


t'4 R-111'00 1.i 394i,'14
MILL Fl.I.':I-|P.E' E, 8: DOROTHY M.
S 20 T: 9 R 11 LOT 4
ORB 130.'E- .-28 FR SAN 'LAS
-VILLAS
MAP# 19D


BLK 1020 06268.-554R
605 R-1117000 S46
SAVELL NORMAN
$148.03 S 6 T'9, R 11 1.9620 AC M/L
50 FT BAY FRONT; 836.6285 FT
NO. 3 AV DEPTH BEING TRACT 5 ORB
lONE PB 15 $/13-6'+ FR 'COOLEY
M- P# 6A.


BLK 10.21


$220.72

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DEV CO
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$178.46

T NO. 3
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PB 2 PG


Go,=- a-E--"P "
6G6 P-111 7100 S469.52
Gi4P..r4EP. J-iMES E 8: ANN, L
5 6 T 9 R ,i .9620 AC' l/L
.' Fr B,.' F-RONT; .838. FT
DEPTH CEII14C,' TRACT,
_ORB 1E./7E74-57E FR COOLEY
n-i, -; bH ,

S6;7 F.-t-l riS2.0 $2 4-E,.01
GATEWOOD CHARLES CRISP
S 7 T 9 R 11 102 .FT BAY
FRONT,; 937 FT AV DEPTH BEING
TRACT # 3 ORB 106/134-6 FR
VENTRY
MAP# 1.8C


E TAX ROLL) 06268-751R,,
608 R-11"9100 S4q-69.52
SIBLEY KEITH E 8: BETT J
S48.51 S 7. T 9 R 1-
12$ FT BAYFRONTi 190.16 FT AV
r NO, 3 DEPTH ORB 154/814-815 FR RISH'
LOT 19 8: COSTINl
AP# 18 ....

L'B K 10 .3 :'' ''"" '
6 &09 ,-1122500 S1,6.j94
STEVENS LELAND MILLER 8:'
.$257.77 SAN BLAS ESTATES LOT 3E 1.S2
IE R AC ORB 82/799 100 FT GULF
SNO, 3 FRONT 8: 1/6 INT ORB i41/5E81 FR
ANDREWS 8: ORB 148/791 8C 'FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06269-039R
610 R-11229-00 $1;412.173
UNITED, BANK: OF GRIFFIN FSB
S1i.007.64 SAN BLAS ESTATES' PARCEL 1 8:
3 50.42 FT. GULF FRONTAGE;
A FT BAY BEING'A PORTION OF LOT 39
I BEN ORB 144/26-27 FR MC PERSON
"EN PLAT MAP# 9
TO MAP 19B
TAX ROLL). 06269-314R
611 R--1127700 $' 922.94
PARKER ROBERT D 8: SYLVIA A -.
511.2:9'+ .CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2J-..,
IN- A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
I/1L ESTATES, SUBD. ORB 131/721-22
AV D-EPTH FR GREAT WESTERN BANK.. & ORB
41--/993 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
COSTIN.
'TAX ROLL.) 06A29-32R
612 R-11i28400 $33.89
SAMPLES RICHARD E, 8: ALYN
71.1.35 CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2P-2
1,9IB "NA PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
M/L "ESTATES SUBD,. ORB 104/769
SAV-A- MAP# Ile
-294 FRAP19
06i27'4-010R
613 R-1i33600 $149.47
WISE ROY H. 8: LANA G.
S 14 T. 9 R 11ii
$123.54 BEING LOT 10) TREASURE B'AY
UNREC. ORB 137/1EF9-160 FR'
BAY','. TREASURE SHORES LIMITED
796-97 APH. N4

06274-020R
614 R-ii34600 $282.82
COLLINS LAMAR 8: EDWARD HILL
15460,63 5 14- T 9 R 11
"H N BEING PARCEL' 5 8 6
ORB 138/602-4 FR BAYCO DEV
FR CO. INC.
ANK" (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06274-034R
S19391 & 6i R-1135800 $149.47
"USTRIES DANKS THOMAS PAUL. B LINDim S.
S-.4 T 9 R 11
37 FR BEING PARCEL 16A
ORB 138/&80-81 FR BAYCO DEV.
CO, INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

5816.25 06274-03ER
4C, 616 R-1135900 $149.47
IREC) SMITH DEBORAH R.
3,)2425, S 14 T-9 R 11
FT BEING PARCEL .17A
ORB 138/229-30 FR BAYCO DEV.
CO. INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

$696.24 06274-03&R
617 R-1136000 $149.47
JOHNSON PHILLIP S.
368.64 S 14 T 9 R 11
SLOT 8 BEING PARCEL 18A
B0-41i FR ORB 138/327-28 FR BAYCO DEV.
TAX ROLL) CO. INC,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

S50, 43 06&274-220R
6i8 R-1139600 5393.95
CELENTANO M. ELIZABETH
TREASURE BAY
B .129/ LOT 4 ORB 139/273-74 FR
ORB 129/ TREASURE SHORES LIMITED
Tro rniO l MAP# 54


BLK C

06274-250R
619 R-1140200 $393.95
CULLEN JOHN F ET AL
TREASURE BAY
LOT 10 ORB i 1.. TREASURE
S-ORE*L D "'"$LS .
MAP# ES BL.K C


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06274-27ER
620 R-1140700
BLAYLOCK DEWEY. A
TREASURE BAY
LOT 15 ORB 147/825 FR TOE
MAP# 4


BLK C

06276-004R
621 R-ii41700 $2,280,89
KELLEY JAMES M.
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
BAYSIDE TRACT 4 1i,5 AC ORB
106/984-5 FR HERRING PB 3 PGS
24'+ 24At 2+8 8: 24C
MAP# 19D

06276-OOER
622 R.-1t1800 I S 1099.07
KARASKI STEPHEN J.
CAPE'SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
BAYSIDE TRACT S 1.24' AC
ORB iO1/E08-1&6 FR FLA TITLE 8:
MORTG, PB 3 PGS 24,24-A, 24B 8:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06276-023R
623 R-11i43100 ". E21.i43
ROGERS MARTIN W
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
BAYSIDE LOT 23 ORB 120/348-5'
8: LOT 24 ORB 20/3'+0'FR FLA..
TITLE 8: PARTNERS, INC. LESS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TAX ROLL)

06276-026R
624 R-l-4134-00 $393.95
HARRISON ROBERT A 8: DIANNA W
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 24, 24A ) 248B
8: 24C LOT 8 OF TRACTr 26
ORB 151/954 FR YATES
MAP# 198
06276-029R
62E R-ii'+3700 SE21. 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, 248 8: 24C
MAP #19B
. 06276-053R
626 R-1146100 $478.40
LEWIS CLAUDIA.B.
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE &
BAYSIDE FRACT. LOT S OF TRACT
9; 108 FT BAY FR 320 FT AV
DEPTH M/L ORB 97/660 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX, ROLL.)
'06276-062R
627 R-146600 $1,:290.4S
LEE JAMES C JR & DOTTIE R
S i9 T 9 R 1ii
BEING UNIT A-2 OF SUNRISE/
SUNSET TRACT 8 CSB GULFSIDE/
BAYSIDE ORB, i53/121 FR
WFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06276-07'R ".
628 R-ii47500 $15S20.93
SHE',,LIER IRHT'',IOrCi, D. 8: CLAUDIA
-.:-IPE 5-N BLUk'" GULFSIDE 8:
E.-' TIDEE 60'., FT C:.ULF* FRONT .
PORTION OF LOT 8 BEING UIIT A-
i SUNRISE 8. SUNSET TOWNHOUSES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06277-01OR"
629 R- 1148300 161.19
WEBSTER MIKE : 8: MARTY
s T 9.R 11 "
LOT 2. ORB 160/902 FR TREASURE.
SHORES LTD .
MAP# E3 "
S BLK VII
,. .P3 i P.
30 -l13100. $827.81i
'AMERICAN BHNi ERE IH'-UFR N.ZE CO
SAN BLAS PLIANT,-lTTON
LOT.2 ORB 1'3, 9.37 FR JOIHES
MAP#. 35D .

631 1-1 ['- 37.0 5'. $318.38
*IHEF- wo,E. FuP.r.aiTifti. INDUSTRIES .
SAN BLAS, PLANTATION
LOT 8 ORB 149/406-407
FR JONES'
MAP# .E'E*

P-1: E3E".:'' $318.38
B I ir( :
SAN BLAS PLANTATION I
.LOT 9 OP. 1i'./' .)- ")' FR DWA
F.EALTY'- it.I
MAP# 35D-
#6.899-6.OR
633 R -115E300 $1 93.91
SHERWOOD FURNITURE INDUSTRIES -
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 24 ORB 194-/406--A07 FR
JONES
MAP.'# 3D'
06288-63ER
634+ R-i -'e-'0O S193.91
D.W.A. REALTY INC.
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 27 ORB 14S/973-977 FR
JONES
MAP. 3SD

06289-40'+OR
635 RP- i :'- 4 :. .$1.. 438.E58
BRITTLE p,,Pr. r. 8: PlHIYLLIS W.
S 22 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 RD 30-E ORB 10'/816 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

O 0-OCOF. O
&3bt P-11 -77.')0 $4.,)612.48
WEWAHITCHKA STATE BANK
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 1
LOTS li-16 ORB 150/225 FR
SPAN GULF CORP.;
MAP# 35D

06290-OSSR
637 R-1E58800 $22S.83
BOARDWALK PROPERTY OWNERS
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT Ni.
LOTS cLOSED 8: DEDICATED
PORTIONS OF GULF DRIVE CLOSED
8: DEDICATED ORB 120/870 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06290-2'+0R
638 R-11i1800 $1,+74.13
HANDS ELIZABETH CARROLLS
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT N1 LOT
10 ORB 106/610 FR PAN GULF
CORP.
MAP# 3ED


06291-00ER
639 R-1i63200
SHERWOOD FURNITURE
SURFISIDE ESTATES
LOT 1 ORB 148/521
532 FR GOLD
MAP# 35E'


BLK 3


$193.91
IND INC
UNREC
8: ORB 148/


06291-'010R
646 R-1163300 S229.47
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC
LOT 2 ORB 14-8/521 8 ORB 148/
532 FR GOLD
MAP# 35DE

106291-01ER
641 R-1163400 282.82
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURF5SIDE ESTATES, UNREC
"LOT 3 ORB 148/821 8: ORB .148/
532 FR GOLD
MAP# 35D E

06291-020R0
642 R-1163500 $336,16
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC
LOT 4 ORB 148/521 8: ORB 14-8/
532
MAP# 350E


06291-02ESR
S393.95 6'+3 R-11-63600 .371,71
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC
DD LOT S ORB 148/521 8: ORB 148/
532 FR GOLD


MAP# 35E0


06291-030R
644 R-1163700 $971.83
DEMAC INVESTMENTS INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES; UNREC.
LOT 6 ORB 151/520-E30 FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. INC.
.MAP# 35D

06291-035R
645 FR-1163800 51-,1499. 6
DEMAC INVESTMENTS INC,
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
LOT 7. ORB 11S/520-530 FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. INC.
MAP# 35

0629;-0o+R
646 R-1163900 Si 7149.6'+
HIGHLAND TRUST
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
LOT 8." ORB 1i18/E82-58& FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND.
MAP# 3ED

06291--04+SR
647 R-1164000 $971.83
DEMAC INVESTMENTS INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 9 ORB 1E1/E20-830 FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. IN':C.
*MAP# 35ED

06291-OSOR
64+8 R-16l40lO $S371.71
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 10
'MAP#3ED

06291-055R
649 R-i .1-64200 '$336.16
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC:::
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC..
LOT 11
MAP#, 3ED

06291-060R,
6 0 R-1164300. $282.82
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNRECa
LOT 12.
MAP#.S3ED
06291-065R
651 R-116H4400 229,'+7
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC "
SURFSIDE,ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 13
MAP# 3 E

0629-1-07OR
6E2 R-164500'0 $S193.91
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC'.
LOT 14
MAP#. 35ED
,:'n2i-075R
6-F3 R.-116600 s193.91
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNREC,
LOT 1
MAP# 3ED '
06291'--OOR
54:., R-11647,'(0 $229.47
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND IN'C
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC,,

MAP# 35ED'"
O66 ll '-Q' .
685 R-164800 ..4. .16.
SHERWOOID FuR'JNITURE 'rNH TI'.
S'JRFSIDCE EST-TES UIP. E.'
LOT 17,
MAP# 35ED .



SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND 1'.
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC,
LOT 181' '
MAP#'3E .'


06291-09E5R
657 F-' .E.: .''
DEMAC -INVESTMENTS. INC:..
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNRECG.
LOT 19 .ORB 1E1/S20-530 F
1SHERWOOCD 'FURNITURE IND. I


06291--100R '
S6E8 R-l116510
SDEMAC INVESTMENTS INC"
SURFS'IDE 'ESTATES), UNREC,
LOT 20' ORB 151/520-530 F
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. E'
MAP# 3ED

0629a -1 '.
659 P -I J 1 -' I 0
MADISON CAPITAL GROUP
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNEC:.
LOT 21, ORB 14+8/612-161 F
SHERWOOD, FURNITURE IND. 3
MAP#' 3ED


l37 1.71


06291-1S5R
669 R-1166200 1282.82
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES. UNREC.
LOT 31
HAP# 35D


06291-21ER
678 ; R-li 7200 $1i,300.79
BELT LANDE CORP
SUJRFS.IDE ISThTES, UNREC,
LOT 3 -8:'4 2.- ORU 188/ 70-E75
FR SHERWOOD FUP.h I Iri L"E IND, INC
MAP# 35 D.

06291-220R
679 R--11i7300 i300.79
BELT LAND CORP'
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 44 ORB N'I6.S--9" FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND' INC.
MAPS 3ED 5'

0&291-22:R
680 R-ii674.00 $1 300.79
SHERWOOD FURNITURE ,IND INC'
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
LOT 4- .
MAP# 35D

*06291-23R0
-.31 fi- i -1., S 1.'$300,79
* 'HEFHo-I!.' F,.i'nlri-, ;,' -E IND INC '
-iJIRF-,.CE E: E i -. UNREC" -
LOT 46 .
MAP#. .. .

06291-23SR0. ', .
F' F-i i ,7-.' C. '" Sl.'300,79
HEF.- OL-', FJR.Il' ITU'P1 IND IN:-
R.JRF'.I[.r-: E ,'iiTESi UNREC,
LOT 47 .
MalP R 35l'


,06320-OOiR
R. 683 R-1ii72i0Q
aNC BELMONT GROUP INC'..
5 24' T 9 R ii1 l'.... .'
FRONTi; E37 FT [,.I-H II 'l-
LOT 1 ORB 104/ E':39 RFl
i971,83 CAMPBELL
MAPF#S ED


ai. 149.64


06291'-110R
660 .R--1165300 Si,149.64
DEVILLE FURNITURE MFG CO INC
SURFS'IBE- ESTATES, UNREC.,
iLOT 22 ORB l48/E4+E-550 FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND,. INC.,
MAP# 35ED

06291-11E.R
661 R-11i6400 971,83
DEVfLLE FURNITURE MFG CO INC '
SURFS'IDE ESTATES, UNREC.,
LOT 23 ORB 148/E4'E-550 FR'
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. INC.,
MAP# 3E. .

06291-1'20R
662& R-11&6550 5 371.71.
SHE WOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
LOT1'24
MAP# 3sED

0621i-1i2ER
6631 R-i'6E-600 S336.16
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE. ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 25
MAPS 3ED

06291-130R
664! R-11&6700 .282.82
SHERWOpD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.:
LOT i26
MAP# 3E5D


06291-13ER
665 R-1165800 $229.47
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC:
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.,
LOT 27
MAP# 3ED

06291-i4OR
666 .R-li6E900" $193.9 1.
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC:
SURFSIDE ESTATES. UNREC.
LOT 28
MAP# 3ED,

06291-145R
667 R-1166000 .193.91
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES. UNREC.
LOT 29 .
MAP# 3ED

06291-1S-OR
668 R-1166100 229.47
DEMAC INVESTMENTS INC
SURFSIDE ESTATESa UNRRECA
LOT 30 ORB 1Ei1/20-530 FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. INC..
MAP# 35ED


GL)L#


06320-002R
684 R-1172200 $997,
GOWEN THOMAS B;.'
t 24- T 9 R 11 ,100.32 FT I.I.ILF
FRONT) i38 FT DEPTH M/L unlriC
LOT 2 ORB:83/799 FROM
'COSTABELLA
MAP# 5D .
06320-O0fR
688E R-1172300 20E,
CROSS GRACE E.
S' 2-* T/9 R 11 E0.18 FT LOT ON
CO RD 30; 170.28 FT DEPTH, ORB-
109/104'+ FR CAPITAL COASTAL'
CONTRACTORS, INC.
MAP# 54ED


686 .R-11.73200 S. S 1270.21
MARTS THAYER M.
S2'+ T9 Rli 37.5E FTGULFL
FRONTAGE .05 FT. AVE. DEPTH
BEING 'TRACT 3 OF -3 OF LOT.10 .
ORB 94/768 FR CAPITAL COASTAL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06321-69ER
687 R-1180EO00 282.
JOHNSON ,FRANCES G
GULF.PINES FTPST ADDITION LOT
40 ORB 1,+9/208 FR JOSEY ET AL
MAPS 5DE' .


BLK A

06321-700R '
688 R-1180600 5282.82
CHASTAIN PATTI J. 8: TERRY J.
GULF PINES FIRST-ADDITION LOT
41 ORB 133/458 FR STEM ET AL
MAPS #4ED
B l':: A

06322-008R
689 R-11,82200 HX 2; Ei.11.49
CULLEN JOHN F. 8: GINGER K.
S'24 T 9 R 11 100.02 FT GULF
FRONT) E4-2 FT EEPTH M/L ORB
132/28'+-85 FR PRESTWOODE
MAP# E4D

06345-027R
690 R-i184600 S727'.34
LITTLEJOHN CHARLEB. B,
.5 36 T 8 R 12 100 FT BAY
FRONTAGE; 313 FT AV DEPTH ORB
112/1079 FR RICHARDS 8: ORB
13E/10o5 PRIVATE RD, R,.O.W.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

06345-07ER
691 R-1861i00 "S2)562,4'7
MALOY MIKE
5 36 T 8 R 12 8175 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)


063495-076R
692 R-1186200 $9E .64
SUMMER JACK 8: MIKE MALOY
S 36 T 8 R12 .25 AC M/L
100.04 ii< i0 FT PARCEL ON SR
30E ORB 129/267-9 FR HANNON
ET AL 8: ORB 1S9/201 1/2 INT FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


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.18








'02


.82


06345E-079R
693 R-ii86400 HX 4137.60
SUMMERS WALTER J 8: CHERYI-
5 36 T 8 R 12 .E AC M/L
116.1E X 187.52 FT LOT ORB
13/806 FR MALOY
MAP# ED .

0634'.-OSER
694 R-1186600 $5499.53
ARNOLD HILTON 8: MARION
5 36 T B R 12 85E AC M/L
75 FT BAY FRONTAGE. 509.85
ORB 1:42/819-21 88 FR MALOY
ET AL
MAPM ED


06345-200 )O
695E R-$188100 $.a 2E:):.,2
AMIRH.KALALI TARANEH
971.83 S 36 T 8 R 12:
300 FT GULF FRONT) :L0'+0 FT
AV DEPTH. ORB 118/118-120 FR
-R. .' FLA, TITLE 8: MORTGAGE :.
INC, (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLi...)


S06291-160R
670 R-1166300
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND II'
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT. 32
MAPU 32
06291-165R
671 R-11 66'00
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND 11'
SURFSIDE ESTATESi UNREC,
LOT 33
IAP# 35D

0629i-170R
672 R-1166500,
DEMAC' INVESTMENTS INC
SURFSIDE ESTATESa UNEC.
LOT 34- ORB 151/E20-530 F
SHERWOOD I in- ITuiT'.L-. IND.
MAP# 35EI

06291-175R
673 R-ii&66600
DEMAC INVESTMENTS INC
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 3S ORB 15E1/.:20-530 F
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. I
M!AP# .350D

06291-19E:R
674 R-1166800 51
DEVILLE FURNITURE MFG CO
SQURFSIDE ESTATE>,, UNREC,
LOT 39 ORB 148/E5.40-E544 F
.SHERWOOD FURNITURE ':1:ND. 'I
MAP 350D

'0629:L-200R
67 .R'-1166900 S$.
DEVILLE FURNITUIAE MFG CO
SIURFSIDE ESTATESa UNREC,
LOT 40 ORB 1+48/549--50 F
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. I
MAP# 350,

0',291-205R
676 R-1167000 S1
DEMAC INVESTMENTS" INC
SURFSYIDE ESTATES UNREC.
LOT 41 ORB 1E1/E20-E30 F
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. I:
MAP# D 380

06291-210R
677 R- 167100 .
'HIGHLAND TRUST'
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.,
LOT ,2 ORB 1l8/593-597 F
SHERWOOD FUNITURE INiD. IN
MAP 350D


2) 1"30.E2:

34
DUNES


0634'5-337R
.. 300.7?. 697 R-11192600. l 176,.13
INC HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA *
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO,.
'R 37 BEING PARCEL "G"
NC. ORB 1.4+8/80 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAPS SA

, 300,79 063'+S-338R '
INC, 698 R-1192700 S176.13
SHIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
S.,RPIE DUNES FORMER UNIT NO,
Nl. 38 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 148/680. FR BARRIER DUNES
'MAPS

300.79 .0634.5-339R
699 R-1192800 $176,13
,' HI'BISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
1,' 39 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 148/A80 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# SA .'


063'+45-30R
700 R-i192900 .176.13
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA.
BARRIER DUNES FORMER 'UNtI' NO.
'40 BEING PARCEL G"0"
ORB i48'68 FR BARRIER DUNES


06345-342R
76'i R-1193100 $2,2S3,19
TURTLE COVE PARTNERSHIP
EB RFIEF, DUNES" UNIT NO, '+2
ORB 141/877-78 FR CAPE
-PARTNERS iN.:. .
MAP# EA S

0634+E-347R
702 R-1193.600 5176.1.3
HIBISC:US-BY,-THE-SEA. ;
H,iRF.iEP [ELI'ES FORMER UNIT ,NO,.
47 E, lE i r F.'.n L. L 1" H
ORB, 1416/80 FR BARRIER DUNES

0&3'E1-E3'+8R.
703 R-.119370 .
HIBIS' C S-E' -TIE- El-.,
E"RPrEER DUI'.ES FORMER UNIT NO. 4
4S BEINC- P4n1',:-CL II"
C'F.B 146 .'F, B i,,Ri'ElEi DUNES



S 7 )4 R-L l t R I L .' I 'I i .
H 1 i 'J'- Ta-1 L-' -1 .
1 aB 1l'EP ['i.'IlE.5 FOG MCE 1.'l111 r I'4'
49 8EIlG PiAF"I:L '
ORB 1i48/;,-- .FR BARRIER DUNES,
MAPS ESA

C. t -34'- 3 '
70T P -1 Ii'U ,:Q- $176.&13
SHY'BESlS-B'."-THIE-SE-i .'
BP.RFIEFP CullrES FLIOREI- uNITN,Nb,
SE- BEInG 'ihCEL "H .. .
ORB 4B,'0a", FF. BiRRIEF. -DUNES


0634+5-370R
706. R--i9E900 $i's 05. l
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC ',
CLASSIC C'.'I T' ,E OF .3F,RRI:P.
DUNES .LOT 1i OPB i'+8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA .
S'PARCEL "A"

0634'-371R
707 R-fi96000 ..10 lO.01
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC .
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 18 ORB 148/6i0-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA
'PARCEL "A"

0634+-372R
708 R-1196100 S10Eoi
HBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 19 ORB .148/680-692,
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "A"

0634'+5-373R
709 R-1196200 ll0..0 i
HIBISSCUS-BY--THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER .
DUNES LOT '20 ORB 'l'8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
. MAP# A.
PARCEL "A"

06345-378R
710, R- 196700 S460.63
ALLIED HOLDINGS PARTNERSHIP
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT ORB i'+5/19::"-197
FR BARRIER DUNES DEV, 'ORP,.
MAPS SA
PARlCEL "B."


S063'E45-383R
711 R-ii97200 $460.63
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
-DUNES LOT '+ ORB .1I+8/680'-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "C"

06345-384R
712 R-1197300 ,4+60,63
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 5 ORB 14+8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAPS SA
PARCEL "C"

06345-385R
713 R-11974a00 $4+60.63
HIBISCUS-BY-THE'-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 1 ORB i'+8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "D"

063'+9-386R
714 R-i197500 OO60.63
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUJNES LOT 2 ORB 1l+8/680-69:2
FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "ED"


06345-392R
71. R-119810'0 'ii60.63
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-.SEA INC'
CLI.ASSIC COTTAGES OF' BARRIER
DUNES LOT 8 ORB 1+8/680-692
FR FLOWERS.
MAP# SA
PARCEL "D"

06345--394"R
716 R-1198300 '1460.63
RUDNICK JAMES N
"CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 10 ORB 1.45/632-633
FR BARRIER DUNES DEVY. CORP.
MAP ESA
PARCEL "''

06345-39R
717 R-'?984+00 '+60.63
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 11 ORB 1'+8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "D"
06345--399R
.-718 R- 198800 $193.9:1
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-'SEA INC ,
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 1418/680-692:
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "E"

063I'.-400R
719 R-1198900 .193.91.
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT c 148/680-692 FR
FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "E" .


06345-401R
720 R- i99000 193.91.
HIBISC:US-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 6 'ORB 1'+8/680-692.
FR.FLOWERS
MAP# EA .
PARCEL "E"

06345-402FR
7:21 R-i199100 193.9
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 7 ORB 1'8/680-&92
-FR FLOWERS
MAP EA
PARCEL. "E"

0634E-'+178R .
722 R-1200600s00 .O0.1l
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC'.. .
'CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER'
"DUNES LOT 1 ORB l'+8/0
MAP# EA
PARCEL '"J"

0634-E-+18R
723 R:-1200 0070 S10E01
H* iBi'S,:1': -E .'-THE-SEA INC

CLASSIC COTTAGES' OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 2 ORB 1+8/680
MAP# EA
PARCEL "J"

0635-419R .
724' .R-1200800 10,:l.
HIBISCUS-BY-THE--SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 3 ORB 1 +8/680
MAP#S EA
PARCEL. "J."

0A34:-'+20R ,
R-. ",0 $10. 1
HIT; ,:IJU --PB,'-THE-:E,, INC
.CL:.SSr: 'COTTkGES OF BARRIER
Eu'JINES LOT L iIG0 148/680
MAP SA
PARCEL ."J ,

. ., 34 'f -4 .- l '
S7-6& P-i'. z, 0 I 10 .01o
H [Bl -,:0J ,-','--THE-- ,E,. INC
':'_ASi ,I': COTThL.ES OF. BARRIER,
DUNES LOT. E', ORB :1'+8/680
MAP# EA '
PARCEL "J"

063'+E-4+30R
727 R-1201900 .SiF 72.90
I.: INTOiH GEORGE C;
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 130.
ORB 122/287"88 FR BARRIER
DUNES DEV. CORP.
.MAP# EA .

06345-434.4R
728 R-1202300 $2)132.03
MORGAN CRAIG M 8: PAMELA A'
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 134H.
ORB 4+2/786 FR BARRIER DUNES
CORP.
MAP# ESA

0634E-'440R
729 R-1202900 193.91.
RIB ISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC.
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES PARCEL '!J" .341 AC M/L
ORB 148/680-692 FR FLdWERS
MAPS ESA
06345--+4iR
730' R-'1203000 193.91
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES PARCEL "G" 151 AC M/L
ORB 148/680-692 FR FLOWERS
MAP# SA
063+5-4-'+2R
731. R-1203100 $193.91
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC'
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES PARCEL "H" ..13E: AC M/L
ORB 148/680-692 FR FLOWERS
MAP#S SA
0634-5-465R
732 R-1203900 $ 1)3661.23
MC INTOSH GEORGE',C. AS TRUSTEE
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 16S
ORB-12:2/293-9'+ FR BARRIER
DUNES DEV. CORP. 8: ORB 140/934
-3E FR MC INTOSH
MAP#S EA
063+E-4.9E5R
733 R-120&6000 $2, 145.6+
HOBBY H CILYDE TRUSTEE
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 195
ORB 152/86:2-864 FR BARRIER
DUNES DEV, CORP.
MAPS EA


06345-'+96R
734 R-1206100
LUNDQUIST W.R. 8: MARGE
BARRIER DUNES UNIT 1NO.
ORB 139/780 FR BARRIER
DEV, CORP,
MAP#S EA


S2 351.17

19DUES
DUNES


06345-632R
735 R-1206900 S1,)80.82
ELLIS JAMES L. 8: VIVIAN J.
SEACLIFF UNIT 2 BLDG A .
ORB i21/443'-'4 FR ALLIANCE
GROUP
MAPS SA

063485-635ER
736 R-1207200 S1,080,82
GRANT JAMES W. 8: GRADY W.
SEACLIFF UNIT S IBLDG A
ORFB 116/370 F)R ALLIANCE GRO
UP MAP# 5A
BLDG A

06345--636R
737 R-1207300 $1,580.82
SLAUGHTE1.R TERRY D.'. 8: JENI.;IF'ER
SEACLIFF UNIT 6 BLDG A.
ORB' 118/33E-36 FR AL_.iLIANCIE
GROUP
MAPT EA
BLDG A


06345-638R
738 R-1207500 V1., 580. 82:
CUNNINGHAM GENE R
SEACLIFF UNIT 2 BLDG B
ORB 122/96'+-65 FR ALLIANCE
GROUP
MAP# EA

06345-643R
739 R'-i208000 $1s:s580.82
ASSOCIATES PRINTING CO.
SEACLIFF UNIT 7 BLDG B
ORB 116/61 .FR ALLIANCE COR
P. MAP# A
BLDG B

06345-S80R
7'40 R-1249400 S229.47
HIBISCUS-BY-THE S'E-, Itr.
S 2E T 8 R 1:2 .'
F-13 SECLUDED DUNES .
ORB 148/693-694'FR 'SECLUDED
DUNES F.P riEP".I'ill 8: ORB. 1I48
(FOR FURTHER,LEGAL' SEE TAX ROLL)

06346-OOR .
741 R-1209900 $S193.91
HANNON MARK A 8: L-:GL:ENN
S 36 T 8 R 12
LOT 1 SANDBAR BAY' SUB, UNPE:
ORB 151/386 FR MALOY 8: ORB
E.1/387 FR RICHARDS
MAP# ED

06346&-03ER
74'2 R-121000 189,92
MALOY MIKE
S 36 T 8 R 12
LOT 7 SANDBAR BAY 'SUB; UNREC
ORB 1.3/854 BC FR HANNON 8: \
STUBBS
MAP# ED

0634-&-04+R
743 R-12i&600 1899::
EELLE eCLllDIE FAYE
c t T *J ] .. .
LOT 9 SANDBAR BAY SUB) UNREC
ORB 160/948 AA FR MALOY ET AL
MAP# SD


744 R-,1210800 189,92
PEACOCK BILLY 'YON ".
S:36 T 8 R 12
LOT 11 SAIlDBAR BAY SUB, UNREC
ORB 161/107 FR, MALOY ET AL
MAP# ED

06346-060R ,
74 .R-1210900 $189.92.
PEACOCK BILLY YON ET Al...
S 36 T 8 R 12 .
LOT 12 SANDBAR BAY SUB) UNREC
ORB. 161/110 FR MALOY'-,ET 'AL.
MAP# SED

06346-070R .*A
746 R-1211100 S189.92
PEACOCK BILLY YON ET AL
S 36 T 8 R 12
LOT 14 SANDBAR -n' 'RTU+-) UNREC
ORB 161/1i6 FR MALOY ET AL
MAP# ED

06349-020R ,
147 R-i i I,' S )81.d.90
F LER IO''.. ril L I L.l -.E -.1-,.i
PENINT.SUL-H S1 TES 'JBC IE' 3,
PGC I TPa.:T oieu 1 1./1i20 FR
RCi,:t HOLC. LESS ORB a1.2/827 TO
DEAN 8: DARLA l?IEROi5".V.4. iin
(FOR FURTHER ..E..-. 'l EE -, ROLL)


71f, k-34 I 1- 3 .IIX .49
P IEH.GlOVkhIN I ,CEl ri F, ,"Il.--
FENIrSULILA ESTaTEE' SUBD'.
PB 3 PG it1 PO]iTiON OF FACT
2 BEING 7E 6lsf.7y1 FT ON ,CO
RD 30-E ORB. I'+; .* 3: S. r .
(FOR FURTHER I EG.-1L Cll T.-, ROLL)

0634+9-0Q79R
S 7+9 P-1 1-'4I'.,0 S33.71
LAND VEriTuPE i'-'lE- i:,TE
S36& TS Ri2 E X 2E9.1 STRIP
TO.BAY BEING LAND NOT
INCLUDED IN PENINSULA" ESTATES
SUBD. PLAT LESS ORB .'3-' ro
EVANS & ORB 96/86 .'1u i n-1 El-.

06349-iiER
750 R-12:L660aO '197,47
KERBY 'MELVIN R. 8: ,BOBB:E J.
PENINSULA ESTATES PB 3 PG 11 :
,LOT 3 OF AN UNREC PLAT
DIVIDING TRACT 3 Ui- 1l3/6:L
FR MEREDITH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'

06349-256R
751 R-12i1200 S 5182,36
CHESTER E. WINSTON 8: GAIL. G,.
PENINSULA ESTATES 'SUBD. P.B 3
PG 11 LOT 6 OF TRACT
ORB 134/9?0 FR COMBS
MAP# ED

* 06349-258R
7E2 R-12i8l00 20E.92
CAPE TMM LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3
PG i1 LOT 8 OF TRACT 5
ORB 160/E3'+ OC FR WALSH
8: ORB 161/837 COCD FR MARINKO
MAP# ED

06349-261R
753. R--1218700 Si89.92
BISESE PATRICK L. 8: KAREN M.
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3
PG 11 LOT 11 OF TRACT 5 ORB
107/28 FR COMBS
MAP# ED

063Ei-060R
754+ R-1224600 $227.70
HARMON SUSAN 8: CRAIG .
CAPE BREEZES BEING LOT .60 IN
AN UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION OF
LOT 24 ORB 119/274'-Z7S FR
BUARLES III
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX ROLL)

S063i5-063R
755 R'-1224900 $167.24
BURGESS JAMES P,
CAPE BREEZEZ PB 3 PG 23 BEING *
LOT 63 OF AN UNRECORDED PLAT
SUBD. OF LOT' 1 BLK B ORB
112/318 FR MALOY ET AL LESS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06351i-064R
756 R-122Q00 193.91
BURGESS JAMES P.
CAPE BREEZES PB 3 PG 23 BEING
LOT 64 OF AN UNRECORDED PLAT
.SUBD. OF LOT 1 BL.K B. ORB
115/291 FR MALOY ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0635i-074R
757 R-1225700 HX $319.92
BURGESS JEFFREY MORE
CAPE BREEZES
A PORTION OF LOT 63) AN UNREC.
PLAT SUBD. ORB 126/801
MAP# 6A

06366-021R
7F8 R-1231300 69.'+
VAN WART HAROLD 8: JANE M.
CAPE SAN BLAS SHORES UNIT NO,
1 W 5' OF E/2 OF LOT 33
ORB 128/ii08 FR DANESE
MAPS ED

0.6378-180R
75:9 R-1234300 Si.) 149.64
CAPE DUNES DEV. CORP'
THE POINTE CAPE DUNES DEV.
UNIT NO. 9
MAP# 54C


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOB, FL


1994


063'+"E-334+R
$971.83 696 .R-1192300
HAAS MARSHALL H. ET AL
-.PP IEP. DUNES UNIT NO.
p, D,- 'E i' '/8'9 FR BARRIERI
NC CORP.
MAP# EA


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