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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 26, 1994
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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12/31/99
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ALBERTVILLE AL 35950


USPS 518-880

FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 39


Tim Hatcher and Jamle Par-
rish took the major awards pre-
sented at graduation exercises
Monday evening, held in the R.
Marion Craig Coliseum of Port
St. Joe High School.
The two high honor gradu-
ates-two of 11 this year-also
gave a short address, charging
their fellow graduates to strive
for success; urging them to be
happy and become responsible
men and women.
Superintendent of Schools
Walter Wilder reminded the
class of '94 they came from a
unique school. 'You have the
bragging rights of being a part of
a school which held state cham-
pionships in track and field and
basketball. The largest crowd at-
tended your graduation exercis-
es ever gathered in Gulf County
for such services. Your class
had the largest number of high
honor and:honor graduates of
any class tb graduate from this
school. You have 72 of your
number attending schools of
higher learning. Your school has
been designated by the Florida
High School Athletic Association
to receive the state sportsman-
ship award. Only one is given in -
Florida. You come from the
school with the fifth highest test
results in communications and
the second highest in math.
'You are a unique class,"
Wilder summed up.
The speaker also gave recog-
nition to two teachers who are
retiring at the end of the current
school year. "These two ladles
have a combined 60 years of
teaching in Port St. Joe
schools," Wilder remarked, as
he introduced Alice Machen and
Martha Sanborn.
.... .
AWARDS
During the awards ceremo- -
nies. 21 companies and individ-
uals presented awards to a host
of the graduates.
Earning awards of scholar-
ships were: Tim Hatcher and Ja- .
mie Parrish, who both had per-
fect 4.0 averages for four years
of school. The pair received the
Kiwanis Club's Outstanding,
Boy and Girl award, gold coins
from Wewahitchka State Bank,
$250 from the American Legion,


Julie Johnson


Nearly three, years after the
late Stiles Brown first proposed
'the idea, the Senlor Citizens or-
ganization finally realized the be-
ginning of Brown's dream
Wednesday morning, when they
broke ground for a new Senior
Citizens center: here in Port St.
Joe.
The new building is to be
built just south of the Gulf
County Library, adjacent to the
Courthouse. The property was do-'
nated to the project by the Gulf
County Commission, which pro-
vided the property through a 99
year lease for $1.00 a year.
Officials of the organization
were scheduled to be on hand for
the ground breaking ceremony
Wednesday morning.
The building is designed to
provide the senior citizens of Gulf
S'County with a central location to
go for meals, meetings, games,


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County Faces



DEP, EPA



Violations

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To Satisfjy 77em


Tim Hatcher and


$150 each from the Gold Card
Club' and $500 each from the
'"Geb6rge CG. Tdppe--Scholarshrp:-
Hatcher also received the $250
Arizona Chemical science award
and the Machinist Local award
of$500.
Other awards went to: Traci
Peiffer $600 Vitro; Caroline
Lister $1,000 Rotary: Lee Dur-
ern Al Hargraves Memorial sci-
ence; Sherry Bolden and Joey
Newberry W. R.. Tapper
$350.00; Eric Monteiro Lions
Club $750; $1,000 Gulf Coast
Community College honors -
Kristi Davis, Megan Dean,


Jamie Parrish .... perfect


Christie Maestri and Eric Ram-
sey; $700 leadership awards_
from Gc f^T'ast communityy
College Clay Cox, Dana Maige.
Zyris Hill. Joni Peak and Lato-
nia Peterson: Latasha Foxworth
- $500 City Wide Missionary So-
ciety; Nichole Wilder $200 Lin-
da Lewis Wright Memorial: Jen-
ny Acree and Kandi Ward -
$1,000 Gulf Coast Cosmetology;
Erin Oliver $500 Machinist Lo-
cal; John Cullen, Beth Kosin.
Stephanie Norris and Kandi
Ward, 4250 Band Boosters;
Beth Kosin Herman Dean Me-
morial $500; Elisa Eyslee -


Grace Baptist $500; and Florida
Vocational Gold Seal of.$2,P000,
-'each to Sherry Bolden, Shelley
Fettinger, Jennifer Clark and
Chris Nixon.
Florida Department of Edu-
cation P.R.I.D.E. awards were
presented to 11 students: Jamie
Parrish, math, science and so-
cial studies: Lee Duren. math:
Caroline Lister writing and so-
cial studies: and social studies
Bryan Butts, Jennifer Clark, Eli-
sa Eyslee. Tim Hatcher. Traci
Peiffer and Christie McCulley
(See GRADUATES--Page 7)


Faith Christian Has

Five Graduating
Faith Christian School will graduate its third senior
class this year. Five students will be presented diplomas
Tuesday, May 31, at commencement exercises tobe held at
7:00 p.m. at Constitution Park. A reception will follow the
graduation ceremony.
Graduating from the private school will be Kelly Banta,
Gregory Capps, Julie Johnson, Greg Lemons and Cyndi
McKinney. :
The class has two students who will be graduating with
honors, Julie Johnson, and Cyndi McKinney. Julie has
been a student at Faith Christian for her entire 14-year
school career She started as a kindergarten student.
The graduation exercises are open to the general pub-
lic


The Department of Environ-
mental Protection and the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency
* have both found out where Gulf
County is, according to reports by
Joe Danford, Solid Waste direc-
tor.
Danford reported to the Corn-'
mission Tuesday night, that the
county is faced with the possibili-
ty of having to place monitor
wells around the perimeter of We-
tappo Landfill hear Wewahitchka.
'We have them around every oth-
er landfill In the county. both ac-
tive and inactive, now the DEP
and EPA are making noises like
they want to make us place them
around the Wetappo site," he re-
ported. Danford said-the Wetappo
site isn't permitted to accept any-
thing other than organic material.
"Its, regulations areaso0 tight you
can't Just cut down a tree be-
cause you don't'happen to want a
tree in a certain location, and ex-
pect to place it in the landfill.
However, If you cut down a tree
in order to build a building, you
can place the debris in Wetappo."
Danford said he was going to
attend a meeting ofDEP in Talla-
hassee during June to get their
rules and regulations first hand
in an attempt to know what he
can resist and what he can't.
In a related report, Road De-
partment -director.' 'Bob "-Lester;" .
told the Board the Health Depart-
ment has given the official warn-
ing notice to clean up a spot of
land at the County's repair depot
In Wewahltchka, where petrole-
um residue has polluted the dirt
over a period of years.
"We've been cleaning up the
spot just like they said to do,"
Lester reported. 'We've even
placed monitor wells where they
said, in order to monitor under-
ground water in the vicinity just
like they suggested and now we
are in receipt of.an official warn-
ing, notice, calling for an answer
within 14 days, over Doug Kent's
signature." Doug Kent is the envi-
ronmental supervisor in the Gulf
County Health UnitL
The reports of.bpth men were
warnings of expensive directives
which could follow. ,
Lester's report said that
Kent's letter is calling for a con-
tamination assessment immedi-
ately upon receipt, of the warning
notice.
The county has already spent,
over $10,000 cleaning up the of-
fending spot of ground.
COURT COSTS
The Commission was dis-
turbed over the matter of having
to pay the attorneys for the de-
fense to file an appeal in behalf of
Michael L. Nutter, convicted mur-
derer of the late Bobby J. Middle-
(See COUNTY FACES-Page 7)


Tom s oldewey


T. Coldewey,

BusinessS

Leader, Dies
Tom S. Coldewey, 81. a
resident of Port St. Joe for over
57 years and a leader of busi-
ness and industry throughout
Florida, died In Jacksonville
early Thursday morning. Mr.
Coldewey was in Jacksonville
on business at the time of his
death.
He was a retired Vice-
President of Operations of St.
Joe Paper Company, stepping
down in 1977, but remained
active in various capacities
with the company and its alTili-
ates even at the time of his
death. He had been in failing
health for the past few years.
Tom Coldewey was a lead-
er in civic and political affairs,
as well 'as having a distin-
guished business career. Born
in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1912,
he graduated from the Univer-
sity of Cincinnati with a BS de-
gree in mechanical engineer-
ing. He came with St. Joe
Paper in 1937 and 'was a lead-
er in mill operations for his en-
tire life.
In later life Coldewey' was
involved with the management
of the Nemours Foundation,
the Alfred I. duPont Testamen-
tary Trust, Nemours Chil-
dren's Clinic, Nemours Health
Clinic, St. Joe Paper Company,
Talisman Sugar Corporation
and Florida East Coast Indus-
tries, Inc. He held various
posts of leadership and ,deci-
sion-making in all these large
corporations in Florida and
Delaware.
Coldewey .was the presi-
dent and on the executive
committee of both the Ne-
mours Children's Clinic and
Nemours Health Clinic, which
are concerned with the well-
being of children and the eld-
erly, operating clinics through-
out Florida and two major hos-
pitals in Jacksontille and
Wilmington, Delaware. ,
Coldewey served on the
City Commission of the City of
Port St. Joe from 1962 to
1981; with the Northwest Flor-
ida Water Management Dis-
-trict Board as a member and
chairman; chairman of the As-
sociated Industries of Florida;
chairman and president of
Paper Industry Management
Association; chairman of the
Florida Lung Association;
member and chairman of the
Port St. Joe Port Authority for
many years; President of the
Paper Industry Management
Association and chairman of
the American Pulp and Paper
Mill Superintendent's' Associa-
tion.
He served as a Lieutenant
in the U.S. Navy during World
War II. He was an active mem-
ber of the St. James Episcopal
Church, serving on the Vestry
Board, a Lay Reader and a
Chalice Bearer.


socializing and various activities
under the direction of the direc-
tors of-the association.
Actual construction is sched-
uled to begin in just a few days,
with Ike Mincy of Wewahitchka,
the general contractor for the
building. The Senior Citizens took
out a building permit for the pro-
ject last week, in the office of, the
Gulf County Building Depart-
ment.
Jerry Stokoe, present director
of the Senior Citizens, has spear-
headed activities designed to
raise funds for the new building
for the past two years, taking up
where Brown left off. Stokoe re-
ports the organization has re-
ceived donations and pledges of
help for over half the cost of their
ambitious project. "If it hadn't
been for the generosity of the peo-
ple of Gulf County this building
would. never have been built,"
Stokoe said.


Pictured receiving the building permit for the Stiles Brown Senior Citizens and Community Center
are (LR) Jerry Stokoe, Executive Director of the Senior Citizens Association, Inc.; Bill Strang, Presi-
dent of the Board of Directors; Ike Mincy, General Contractor, and Richard Combs, Building Inspector.


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Tim Hatcher, Jamie Parrish Cop Top Honors


In Graduation Commencement Ceremonies

Duo Captures Lion's Share of Monetary, Honorary Presentations


Breaking Ground


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THE STAR

PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1994


PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1994


Our Great Loss

PORT ST. JOE LOST a valued and good friend and solid citi-
zen last week, with the death of Tom S. Coldewey. Known to al-
most everyone, simply as 'Tom", he was very well known
.throughout Florida and as faraway as Washington, D..C. He was
on a first-name basis with Governors, Senators, Congressmen.
"andl other important people on a state and national basis.
Tom Coldewey seemed more comfortable to be known simply
as "Tom" to his friends here in Port St. Joe.and Gulf County.
This editor had the privilege to serve for many years with him
on the Port St. Joe City Commission. It was easy to make the
choice as to what was the correct and what was the incorrect de-
cisions to make, when you: really didn't know yourself. It was
simply a matter of finding out what Tom was going to do in a giv-
en matter and follow his lead. Most often you made the correct
decision by so-doing.
TOM COLDEWEY WAS a kind man and a man who respect-
ed everyone. We have never heard him say a cross or curt re-
mark to anyone in all of our many years of service with him. If
he disagreed with you or wanted to correct you, he always did it
with a laugh or a smile. He had a way of opposing you and con-
vincing you to like the correction.
At one point in time, when the federal government first start-
ed its infamous Revenue Sharing program with cities and states,
the City Commission was beside itself with relief. "We can have
all these things we want now. because the federal government is
going to pay for it," the Commission was saying.
But the Commission had second thoughts after Tom Coldew-
ey thought ahead, out loud. telling the rest of the Board. "Go
slow, now! The federal government may pay for that building.
truck, park. or special machine, but the federal government isn't
going to pay to operate it. or keep it maintained." That advice
guided the Port St. Joe government and made it stronger by en-
couraging wise use of federal money.
TOM COLDEWEY will be.missed. He strained at the harness
each and every day of his life. Indeed, he died while doing what
he loved to do most; work at the task of guiding the company
which furnishes the good life for so many people.
So long. Tom. We'll miss you.



Unselfish Man
WE RECEIVED A LETTER this week from a man who was
reared here in Port St. Joe as a boy. When he grew up, he moved
away to find his fortune elsewhere. Now, he is remembering his
roots here and the ones who were such an unselfish influence in
his life.
Ed Bobbitt called to mind these three men. They all were
available to young boys to steer them in the right direction and
help them mold themselves from boys into men.
THESE THREE MEN remembered by Ed Bobbitt, were John
Simpson, former police chief H. W. "Buck" Griffin.and coach
Marion Craig. All were outstanding molders of young men. None
asked for anything out of the community in return. None de-
manded any pay for their services, although they all considered
themselves well paid by their opportunity to help the many boys
they kept on the.right pathand encouraged to become tall men.
John Simpson was an humble postal employee but a giant
among men and young boys. He was Mr. Boy Scout leader here
in Port St. Joe for many years., Each spring, he would gather his
charges -together and put them to work building a circus-
animals, acts, special effects and all. They did the whole thing
themselves and the whole town filled the baseball park for at
least two performances each year. They took their circus on the
road to various towns around Port St. Joe and all the way to
Bainbridge, Georgia, Simpson's home town.
His guidance in other Scouting activities, plus annual trips
to the Boy Scout World Jamboree in Valley Forge, Colorado. Cal-
ifornia; things none of his charges will ever forget.
S HARDLY A BOY IN Port St.. Joe knew "Buck" Griffin's name
even on the day he died. To them, young and old, he was just
"Buck" or. "Mr. Buck". They were proud to have him wave to
them and flash them. that grin with the cigar stuck in the side.
He wasn't a feared police chief, He was a revered police chief.
"Buck" spoke, in his kindly way, and the boys listened. If one
needed' arresting, he would simply send for them and they would
come in because they trusted him.
Coach Marion Craig was a leader for every boy's life he ever
touched. He encouraged his boys with tough love and came
down hard [for boys] on those who didn't follow the straight and
narrow. Coach Craig was the Pied Piper of Port St. Joe for chil-
dren. They would follow him anywhere. It was an unusual gift
for an unusual man, but he never abused the trust of a young
boy and in so doing, he earned their undying respect.


L1


Hunker Down with Kes


by Kesley Colbert


Help I Have Known


quick?"
qui As the honorees settled into
their seats and the proceedings
"commenced". I thought of Frank
Barnes. Josh was about six. we
were wallrdig out the side door.of
the church. '"Hey, what hap-,
pened to your ai in?"-
Sood ..I. saw Cathy freeze in horror. I
I stood as the music began. It rushed forward, you don t ask a
was here I'd been thinking about rman without an arm "what hap-
this moment off and on for the opened' I don't care what age
past eighteen years. Lately, it you are-I'll wear his bottom out
seems, I'd took to dwelling on It. after we all three apologize to-
I'd been to high school gradua- Mr. Frank was on a knee, his
tions before. Lots of them. But arm around Josh's on a neewaist as
this time "my very own favorite arm around Josh's little waist as
best buddy" had one of those he explained about the accident
gowns and funny hats one. and how his mother had told him
As he marched past just r.... not to get close to that mr"-hine.
Inches away. 1 wanted to yell., As they both examined closely
TIME OUw There's something here the arm used to be atl-
'TIME OU11 There's something tached Mr. Frank said. 'Josh. I
:bad wrong here. What happened ached Mr Frankothr." Josh
.to the last eighteen years? How disobeyed my mother.
did we get here so quick?" Why. it 1, took Cathy's hand and we
was just a couple of years ago I went on to the car. Didn't ellher
was taking those slow. awkward one of them need an help from
steps down that aisle. Now. I'm us.
sitting here In- the audience- I thought of the young foot-
where my Father ought to bel ball coach who stayed with us a
Strange? You bet. Emotions? while when Josh was very small.
I had a few. Lonely? Somewhat. He'd bring M&M's every day and
"How did we get here so Josh would search those pockets


just a' laughing. The coach has
long since moved 'away, but 1
wish you could have seen the love
and respect with which Josh read
the two page "graduation letter'
he received from his M&M buddy.
I thought of another coach on
the sidelines. Before a game back
In the early 80's. "Coach." the
head official had a problem, "your
ball boy Is too small. He'll never
be able to keep up!'
"You just tell your guy to turn
around and stick his hand out
and be ready-our ball boy is the
best he'll ever see!"
I thought of an "older" coach
telling me. tw\o days after Josh
was born, "Enjoy him at whatever
age he is at the time. Don't try to
'make" him older or young-
er...just enjoy him. Probably the
best advice on child raising I ever
had ....
I thought of .twenty coaches
from little league to high school,
baseball that had taken up time
with my best buddy. ....
I thought of teachers who
went out of their way. .
I thought of the big guy down
at The Slar who has taken picture


alter picture for me. ... .
When Josh s grades slipped
In the eighth grade I wanted to
kill him. 'A 'C! That's unaccepta-
ble! You re on restriction for ten
years!" Mostly. I just shouted
with, of course, no effect. After
not finding his name on the hon-
or roll listed in The Star, his uncle
from Nashville sent Josh a short
note. "Mr. Ramsey has made a
terrible mistake! He left your
name off the honor roll! You tell
him to get on the ball and not to
mess up again. I like to see my fa-
vorite nephew's name in the
paper .
Josh's name never got 'left
off' the list again. ...
We went coon hunting a few
years back, Josh was so small he
could t hold the rille steady. An-
ther uncle dropped down on his
knees in eight inches of water to
steady) Josh's hands....
'The night before picture day
for our baseball team a neighbor
"just around the corner" stayed
up late sewing a uniform so Josh
could look just like the big boys.
The camera caught the two of us
(See KESLEY Page 3)


School's Out: Would Kids Have Benefited From a 12 Month Session?


SCHOOL'S OUT, school's
out, teacher's let the monkeys
out! .., .
o As of yesterday, noon, school
was adjourned for the remainder
of the summer. That's remainder
of the summer as perthe calen-
dar; not summer as per the tem-
perature.
Some claim school should be
a year 'round affair, with the poor
little children having to attend
class when they had rather be on
the beach, playing baseball, going.
someplace, pursuing a hobby or
- even cutting the grass: anything
but, attending class!
Summer was made for play,
riot going to school! Everybody
knows that.
An article I read the other day
revealed how children in other
countries don't take' the entire
summer off from :school. Most of
them attend classes on through
the summer, but apparently they
aren't any smarter for it than
American kids. That's evident by


,ETA OIN SHRDLU


S- By Wesley Ramsey


the fact that our nation is the top
nation In the world when it comes
to doing innovative things.
WE'LL CONSIDER AN exam-
pie of how American technology is
way ahead of the remainder of
the world, when it comes to new
products, new medicines. new
ways of doing things, new tools.
S A friend of mine collects old
tools; ancient tools. When you
..look at his tool collection and
- learn what each one is for, one
wonders how the people of yester-
year accomplished things with
the tools they had available.
Many of those- old tools were


handed down from the "old coun-
try" and some were unique to the
job they were made for.
The Pyramids are one of the
eight wonders of the world, simn-
ply because modem man can't
figure how the ancient Egyptians
ever piled-all those rocks in a
symmetrical pile and engineered
all the labyrinth of passages in-
side. The, task would be- hard
enough to do with modem tools':
The Egyptians .did it. mostly by.
hand.
Another example is the Az-'
tecs, Mayans, and other civiliza-
tions of 'Mexico, Central arid:
South America. Their civilizations


were complex and organized.
They had an alphabet. They had
a system of matheinmatics. They
had a way of tracking the stars.
They had a structured society.
How did they do it?
Maybe their children had to
go to school 12 months out of the"
year.
THE MAYANS SACRIFICED
people to their gods. Maybe the
people sacnficed were malcoin-
tents and mis-fits In their society.
We 'execute" such people: they
"sacrificed" them. Pay off the gods
and get rid of those people caus-
ing trouble in one activity.
We can't gi\e them credit for,
all the unique developments in
the world. What generation do
you think is responsible for elec-
tric toothbrushes? for microwave
popcorn and instant oatmeal?
It 'was the 20th century with.'
their nine month school term.
At some time in the future,
one of our brilliant young'adults,"
*- *. f ,


is going to discover a painless
way to shave. Just think! No
more razors. lathering, standing
over ,a sink; trimmiiing of facial
hair. No more trying to clean
whiskers out of the lavatory after
. we're through shaving.
Women will have a.new.-type,
make-up 'discovered for them.
Just put it on and forget it for
weeks, at the Utime. No more hay-
ing to wait for the. little lady to
put on her face.
ONE OF. "the moderri world has' been wrin-:
,kle-free shifts, 'pants, shorts,
sportswear, .etc. They,. almost
made the chore of ironing obso-
lete in our life time. '
Frenchie hailed .the event of
'wrinkle-free shirts with the excla-
mation, "Free at.Jast;.,free at last!
I'll never allow another shirt to be
ironed in this liouse!"' And, she
hasn't!
I'm the same way about air
conditidiing. You couldn't expect


AC anywhere as recently as 30
years ago. Now it's almost impos-
sible to buy a home or an auto-
mobile without ..it.. -Our :nine'..
month school system at work
again!
All of these wonderful Inow
essential] invenUons were
thought up by those "untrained
Americans who only went to
school nine months out. of a year
* and played the rest.
t .THE JAPANESE YOUTH are
touted as patterns for better
learning, but I wonder If they
could have fought so hard in the
WW II if they had gone to school
nine months out of the year and
learned io think for themselves?
SIf. we required AMnerican
youth to attend! the ILhger school
year, they. might'- ekren develop
something to top rock music for
iriitating their elders and par-.
epts. -,
Wouldn't that be a, retolting
development? e r ,


-THE STAR-
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kneeling side by side. -. .today.
that picture is among my most
prized possessions.
Moose gave Josh a summer
job when he sorely needed one...
Another uncle, who under-
stood my. golf swing, took Josh to
his house and taught him the.
game ..
The guy up on the. stage
whispering just now as Josh goes
by, is like a second father ...
The list is endless.
Friends, real friends, have en-
couraged, admonished, instruct-
ed, directed, loved, and generally
looked- after my son's well-being
for eighteen years. Many have
been by this week and this night
just to say a word. -
I wish I had the time and op-
portunity ....
The just graduated class
stood and received our applause.
Strange? Ybu bet, Emotions?
I had a few. Lonely? No, on sec-
ond thought. I wasn't lonely at
all.


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-Th'e" Kiwanis Clu'b presented
awards to the top students in
math Kristi Davis: science -
Eric Ramsey; social studies -
Bryan Butts and English Caro-
line Lister.
Florida Academic Scholar
nominees are: Bryan Butts, Lee
Duren, Elisa Eyslee, Tim Hatch-
er, Caroline Lister, Christie
McCulley Maestri, Jamie Parrish
and Traci Peiffer.
Gold .Card awards of $50
each and a 'medallion went to:
Eric Ramsey, Erin Oliver, Caro-
line Lister, Traci Peiffer, Jamie
.Parrish, Bryan Butts, Eric Mon-
teiro, Kristi Davis. Tim Hatcher.
Dana Maige, Andy Smith. Adam
Taylor. Josh Colbert, Nichole
Wilder. Chris Summers, Lee
Duren, Stephanie Norris, Chris-
tie Maestri, Clay Cox, Heather
Walsh, Shannan Antley, Elisa
.Eyslee. Joni Peak, Shelley Fet-
Linger.
Gold Caird $75 awards for
excellence went to Jamie Par-
rish, pre-calculus: Tim Hatcher.
physics; Eric Ramsey, foreign
language II; Traci Peiffer. British
literature.


It would be interesting to know just how much money.Ameri-"
cans spend on domestic pets each year. I have ho idea, but I'll bet
it's in the zillions
Dogs and cats are the most common pets for most.people, I
would-think. Each year In the spring, we sell thousands of dollars
of flea control chemicals to pet owners. The chemicals are just a
drop ip the bucket, because many of these people have dropped off
their pets at the vet and are having them treated and groomed. That
has to cost a pretty penny or two.
There is a new pet that is currently making the scene around
our part of the state. It is the pot-bellied pig. I don't know that I've
ever seen one but we've had several calls from people who have
them and they tell me the pot-bellied pig is a wonderful pet.
Having a pig would make more sense to me than having a cat
or dog. A cat or dog only consumes food and costs money. At least
with the pig you would have a few pork chops and a couple of hams
when it became grown. That's the reason we raised pigs when I[was
at home.
I know several people who have snakes for pets. One of my next
door neighbors is one of these people. I don't visit in his home and
he and his snake don't visit in my home.
One day I came home and he was letting his snake take a walk.
Well, he was letting it slither around between his house and ours.
The snake was moving rather slowly and toward the back of the
house until he got to the fence, he then started in the direction of
our house. That's when I went inside and loaded my gun. Yes. I'm,
scared to death of snakes and, besides that, snakes eat live.rats
and anything or anyone who will eat a rat ain't no friend of mine.
(Just kidding about the gun, Jason.)
Several years ago when I was younger, people didn't get too at-
tached to animals like many people do today. It was an unwritten
rule, especially in the country, that most animals were for growing
food or for consumption and it wasn't wise to' get friendly with an
animal that you might one day be eating.
Today, however, many people look ,bn domestic pets as exten-
sions of theirafamily. just like a son or daughter. I have a friend in
Atlanta,who is having his dog put to sleep this week, and he won't
take the dog to the vet and he's leaving town the day before it is to
be done. The dog is old. blind, and has lost all control, but he still
can't. bear to see or even be around when the inevitable must be
done.
He's lucky he didn't have a horse. He would have had to leave
the country.
Want to know what the most useless pet in the world is? It's a
goldfish. A goldfish can't bark or guard the house. He can't be ,pet-
ted or taken out for a walk and can't make a sound of any kind. All
he can do is swim around in that tank of water and look pretty.
Well, you could eat a goldfish. I guess, but a school of them
wouldn't go very far. Might as well have a rock collection.
As for me, I think I'll stick with old Duke the dog and if he goes
before me. that, dear hearts, will be it for me and the animal
friends. If Duke does go before me, I ain't leaving town. and that's a
fact.'
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James), $100 (National Honor So-
ciety), $75 (Beatrice Hancock
McGlon *Memorial); LaShonda '
Small-$200 (Cleckley Enterpris-
es); Cathy Tremain-$200 (Delta
Kappa Gamma Society Interna-
tional). $100 (National Honor So-
ciety); ,Beau Whitfield-$500 (We-
wahitchka Ambulance Senrice),.
, $75 (Beatrice Hancock McGlon
Memorial);
Busiriess Completer Certifi-
cates: Kelly Cunningham. Kim
Douglas. Marl Goodrich, Tonya
, Johnson. Wendy Loflin. Heldi
Pun, and Amy Rich.


Auto Mechanics Completer
Certificates: Brad Causey. Andy
Clayton, John Guffey, John King,
Jeremy Pridgeon. Jon Sims, and
.Chris Spann..
Haney .Vo-Tech Certificates
were presented to Bobby Joe
Gray and Martiniquie Daniels.
St. Joe Papermakers Federal
Credit Union presented each
member of the senior, class with a
$5 credit to open'a savings ac-
count .
Wewahitchka State Bank rec-
ognized High Honor graduates-
Tammy Davis. Mari Goodrich.
Heather Goodwin. Jessica Hayes.


Jeremy Pridgeon-and Honor
graduates-Connie Lanier. Mi-
chael Morgan, Amy Rich. Cathy
Remain. Beau Whitfleld-with
.special awards.'
The Gator Backers presented
Female Athlete of the Year to
Tammy Davis, a;nd Male Athlete
of the Year to Roy 'Carter; also
recognized for their participation
in athletics were: Kyra Ake, Shan-
dreka Caster, Melvin Jones,
Wendy Loftin, Eddie Loomis, Mi-
chael Morgan. Jimmy Peterson,
Jeremy Pridgeon, Cathy Tremain.
Daniel Taunton, and Beau Whit-
field.


Wewahitchka High School
graduated 52 seniors in a cere-
mony held before a packed gym-
. nasium on May 20. Walter Wild-
er, Superintendent of Schools,
awarded diplomas to each of the
graduates. Mr. Wilder was assist-
ed by Sherry Herring, senior Eng-
lish teacher;
Fifteen students received var-
ious scholarships: Kyra Ake-$350
(Cleckley Enterprises); Roy Cart-'
er-$500 (Wewahitchka Optimist
Club/Hariey Vo-Tech): Shebretia
Daniels-$700 (Gulf Coast Com-
munity College Leadership); Tam-
my Davis-$700 (Gulf Coast Com-
munity College Leadership), $250
(Gator Backers), $100 (National
Honor Society): Jennifer DeMille-
$800 (Cleckley Foundation); Man
Goodrich-$2,000 (Gulf Coast.
Community High Honors. Stu-
dent), $250 (Arizona Chemical).
$100 (National Honor Society).
$100 (Gold Card Calculus). $100
(Gold Card Physics), $150 (Cold
Card Overall Scholar), $1,.800
(Florida Gold Seal); Heather
Goodwin- $7,500 (Troy State Uni-
versity Excellence in Leadership).
$100 (Gold Card Foreign Lan-
guage); John Guffey-$500 (Wewa-
hitchka Optimist club/Haney Vo-
Tech; Jessica Hayes-$350 (Wewa-
hitchka High Excellence In Ser-
vice). $200 (Cleckley Enterprises).
$100 (National Honor Society).
$100 (Gold Card British Litera-
ture): Connie Lanier-$500 (City of
Wewahitchka): Michael Morgan-
$75 (Beatrice Hancock McGlon
Memorial); Jeremy Pridgeon-$700
(Gulf Coast Community College
Leadership), $250 (Gator Back-
ers), up to $1,500 (Florida De-

VFW Is Selling
Poppies May 28
The members of the John C.
Gainous Post 10069 V. F. W. and
the Ladies Auxiliary will hold a
Poppy Drive in Port St. Joe, May
28th. The money in the Poppy
Drive will go into the Relief Fund
of the post. All members are
urged to take part in the drive.
The Chairman of the Poppy Drive
will be in front of the old Arts and
Craft Shop at 8:30 a.m.


VFW Memorial
Services May 30
The members of the John,.C.
Gainous Post 10069 V.F.W. and
Ladies Auxiliary will hold Memo-
rial Day Service May 30th in front
the City Hall at 11:00 a.m.' The
public is invited to the services.


Volunteers For
Testing Wanted
Hurricane season. Is just
around the corner and local
healthcare providers are gearing
up with preparations.
Approximately 150 volunteers
are needed to act as "surrogate
patients" for an evacuation drill
scheduled for Saturday morning.
June 4. at 9 a.m.
If you can, and would like to
volunteer for this important en-
deavor, please call Jo Anne Wil-
son at 227-1121 or sign up on
one of the sign up sheets at local
businesses. Preparation is impor-
tant, especially this time of year.
These drills assess the communi-
ty's needs and resources and help
emergency personnel to be ready
should the need occur to evacu-
ale.


Mayor Pate Declares Buddy Poppy Week


Mayor Frank Pate recently
signed a proclamation urging all'
patriotic citizens to purchase
Buddy Poppies during the
V.F.W.'s annual sale.
The annual sale of Buddy
Poppies by the V.F.W. has been
officially recognized and endorsed


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DAR Enjoys Picnic May 18


The St. Joseph Bay Chapter,
Daughters of the American Revo-
lution, met on Wednesday, may
18, for their annual covered dish


picnic at Salinas Park.
Outgoing regent, Mrs. E. H.
Wilson, was presented with an
ex-regent's pin by out going vice-


May Festival Activities

Held at Washington Rec


The Association for Commu-
nity Action (AFCA) will sponsor
the annual May Festival activities
on May 28 at the Washington
Recreation Center. Track and
field activities will begin at 12

Dance Recital
Pam Nobles Studio will be
holding their first annual dance
recital at the Port St. Joe High
School commons area on Satur-
day, May 28, at 6:44 p.m. Tots to
senior adults will be performing-
come out for a great show full of
entertainment.


noon and the Queen coronation
and crowning ceremonies will be
held at 2 p.m. inside the David
W. Jones Gym.
Food, craft booths, and dis-
plays will be a part of the day's
affairs as well as the traditional
"plaiting" of the May Pole. Every-
one is invited to come out for a
day of food and family fun.


regent Mrs. W. T. Weathington
on behalf of the members.
New officers installed were
Mrs. Archie Gardner, regent, Mrs.
W. H. Howell, vice-regent, Ms.
Ann Garriss, Chaplain, Mrs. D. L.
Owens, Jr., recording secretary,
Mrs. Gerald Stokoe, correspond-
ing secretary, Mrs. G. F. Mahler,
treasurer, Mrs. Paul S. Fensom,
registrar, Mrs. William Strang,
historian, and Ms. Mazie Stone,
librarian. The next meeting will
be October 19 at the Port St. Joe
Garden Club center.
On May 30, DAR members
will join U. S. veterans at Lanark
Village for a picnic celebrating
Memorial Day and to present the
veterans with a U.S. Flag.


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Pictured left to.right: Maxine M. Robinson, grandmother of the bride; Jacquelyn Staab, mother of
the bride; Kathlene Carrillo, Honoree; Jaqueline Patterson, mother of the groom; and Marjorie McDow-
ell, grandmother of the groom.

Bride-Elect Feted With Shower


Mary Cynthia VeDora Pollock
It's A Girl!
Judson and Niki Pollock are
pleased to announce the birth of
their daughter, Mary Cynthia Ve-
Dora Pollock, born on May 10.
She weighed 6 Ilbs, 7.8 oz, and
was. 19 inches in length.
Grandparents are the late Mr.
and Mrs. Leon F. Pollock, Jr., of
Port St. Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
E. Summers, also of Port St. Joe,
* and Damon- B. Eaker, Jr., of
pverstreet
| Her great-grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Damon B. Eaker,
SSr., of Overstreet, Mr. and Mrs.
James T. Wilsori of Port St. Joe,
and Mr. and Mrs. James Sum-
mers, also of Port St. Joe.
Her great-great-grandparents
are the late Ruth Register of Pan-
ama City, Minnie Clements of
Panama City, and Eliza Whitfield
Qf Wewahitchka.
Aunts and uncles are Jessica
Summers of Port St. Joe, Beth
Pollock of Tallahassee, Damon
Eaker, III, of Overstreet, Chip Pol-
lock of Tallahassee, and Chuck
Pollock, also of Tallahassee.


Whitney Brooks

First Birthday
Whitney Brooks celebrated
her first birthday April 16th at
home with her family. Whitney is
the daughter of Robert and Mary
Brooks. Grandparents are Jum
and Sue Brooks of Port St. Joe,
Donald Wood of Keystone
Heights, and Bobble Wood of Port
St. Joe.





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Laurel Lee Whitfield and
,- Martin Slack Riley,'

Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Whit- County-School Board as a teacher
field, Sr. of Port St. Joe and Mr. at Port St. Joe High School.
and Mrs. Calvin D. Land of Lynn Her fiance is a 1987 graduate
Haven have announced the en- of Mosley High School, a. 1989
gagement and forthcoming mar- grade of Gulf Coast Community
riage of their daughter, Laurel Lee College where received an asso-
Whitfield, to Maditin Slack Riley, ciate's degree.in Cnminal Justice,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. and a 1991 graduate of Florida
Riley, Jr. of Panama City. State University where he re-
.The bride elect is a 1988 ceived a bachelor's degree in Fi-
graduate ,of Mosley High School nance. He is employed with Sallie
and a 1990 graduate of Gulf Mae in Panama City.
Coast Community College where The wedding is planned for
she received an associate's degree July 9 at 4:00 p.m. C.D.T. at
in History and a 1992 graduate of Northside Baptist Church. A re-
Florida State University where ception will follow in' the Fellow-
she received a bachelor's degree ship Hall. No local invitations will
in history and Social Science Ed- be sent. All friends and relatives
ucation. She is employed by Gulf are invited to attend.







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Kathlene Carrillo, the bride-
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City, was given a bridal shower
on May 3rd, in the First Baptist
Church Fellowship Hall.
Hostesses for the occasion
were Mrs. Scott Godwin, Mrs.
Mark Godwin, Mrs. Phil
McCroan, Mrs. Keith Bailey, Mrs.
David Bricker, Mrs. David
McCroan, Mrs. Tim Birgenheier,
Lynne Renfro, Kim Davis, Carolyn
Stephens, and Tina Rich.

It's A Girl!
Michael Thomas Suit wants
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tle sister, Jessica Chandler. She
arrived at 6:30 a.m., Wednesday,
May 18th at Gulf Coast Commu--
nity Hospital. Jessica weighed six
pounds, 14 ounces, and is the
daughter of proud ,parents. Lee
Ann and Mark Suit.


Card of Thanks
Gulf Pines Hospital's nursing
department would like to extend
their sincere thanks to all of the
area business owners that gave a
donation for Nursing Week, May
6-12. We appreciate your support
and generosity!


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,Make Time For Activity-It's Important!


.Make time for what's impor-
tant your life.
It's true: You can make time
for what's important. Why not
regularly pencil in physical activi-
ty on your schedule? You're never
too,busy for your heart.
To be sure, regular physical
activity helps you get in shape
and control your weight. Most im-
portant, you can help reduce
your risk of heart disease. You
. can best improve the condition of
your heart and lungs by partici-
pating in vigorous aerobic activi-
ties 30 to 60 minutes, three to
*four times a week, the American
Heart Association says. You can,
walk briskly, run, swim, ride a
bike, roller skate, or jump rope, a
among others.
But, the AHA says, even low-
to-moderate-intensity activities
can help. For example, you can
go on a pleasure walk, climb
stairs, work in the yard, do mod-
erate-to-heavy 'housework and
dance.' Try to gradually build up
to more vigorous exercises for 30
minutes. And make sure you do


them on a regular basis.


Before you start, it's best to


see a doctor if you're over age 40,
have been inactive, and have
heart disease or other medical
problems.
To get a copy of the American
Heart Association Exercise Diary
call the local office or dial 1-800-


AHA-USA1.
The diary or any other kind
that you use can help you hold
yourself accountable. You can see
what you've accomplished and set
goals. In the diary, you can
record: *The date of your session.
*Your activity. *How long and/or
how far you performed your activ-
ity. *Comments.


Sincere Thanks
Thank you for the many ex-
pressions of kindness for Benny,
the children, and myself during
my illness. We appreciate the
food, cards, words of support,
and most of all, your prayers.
Friends and family are very im-
portant support during illnesses.
Please continue to pray for the
doctors to make the right choices
and for my healing. God will sus-
tain us through your prayers. '
May God richly bless you for
your thoughtfulness.
Sincerely,
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Fanequa Nikita Shavontay Larry
Look Who's One!
Fanequa celebrated her first
birthday on May 25 with a clown
party. Helping her celebrate her
big day were her sister, brother,
uncles, friends, and other family
members.
She is the daughter of Shirley
Dawson,. and the granddaughter
df Darion and Gwendolyn Daw-
son, R.C. Larry. and Annie Mae
Larry, all of Port St. Joe.


Dedicated in Loving.Menmory to
'Christopher Houston Scheffer
May 19, 1994.320 a.m CT
Larry and Viclke wish to thank. all lor heir lIo,.
I rayers, and supl:odrt
From Larry To His Son
Forgive me, my son. .
Forgive me if I do not cry ite day you die.
The simplest reason I know is
Fathers are not supposed to cry.
I figured you would e, peci me to be strong
To act the way I would have raughl you
Forgive me. my son il I do noi cry the dai youU
die
Forgive me If I do
HELLO, LITTLE SON.
Your angel blond hair arid blue eyes
Because everything is so perfect ii is paintully
dillicull to understand whai went wrong Such a.
big boy you are. And the size ol your hai-nd
and teel You don't feel so little as I hold you
close.'.,, .
You are just the rightsize, as we stand
rock you There is pain and pleasure,in
knowing your body. the knees arid eel that
kicked. We can hold you once And Ihen wev
say our hello and good-bye, keeping only the
memory of you anid some iTiemeniOs
Your body will soon be gone. but ihe loe
goes on forever.
And we loved you all of your life
Lowe, Mommy & Daddy


,Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Ritter of
Abbeville, Alabama announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Hollie Dawn, to James Robert
Cleveland, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Don Cleveland also of Abbeville,
Alabama..
The bride-elect is the grand-
Sdaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Burgess of Pelham, Geor-
gia; and the late Ms. Kathleen
Gillev of. PTanama 'ity; and the,
late Lee Ritter of Colquitt, Geor-
gia..
Miss Ritter is .a graduate of
Abbeville High School and is cur-
rently attending Wallace College,
where she is pursuing an asso-
ciates degree in nursing. She is
employed with Flowers Hospital
in Dothan, Alabama.
The future bridgegroom is the
grandson of Ms. Martha Craft of
Port St. Joe, Mr. and Mrs. James
W. Money of Abbeille, Alabama,
Phillip DulTey and the lateMrs. L.
E. Brown of Blakely. Georgia.
Mr. Cleveland is a graduate of
Abbeville High School and a grad-
uate, of Auburn University where.
he received a degree in forestry
operations. He is presently em-
ployed with Chattahoochee Valley
Forestry Services in Clayton. Ala-
bama.
,The wedding is planned for
June 11', at 6:30 p.m. at First
Baptist Church in Abbeville.


'The bride and groom's par-
ents invite you to share in this
special time in the lives of their
children. No local invitations are
being mailed.


Donna Suzane Harrison

Harrison Gets
Law Degree
Donna Suzane Harrison,
daughter of Sheriff and Mrs. Al
Harrison of Wewahitchka, gradu-
ated from Mississippi College
School of Law on May 12 With a
Doctorate of Jurisprudence de-
gree.
She is a former Wewahitchka
High School graduate, attended
Gulf Coast Community College
receiving her A. A. degree, then
University of West Florida where
she received her B. A.. degree in
Political Science.
Donna will be taking the Ten-
nessee bar exam in July and will
begin her practice soon' thereaf-
ter. She plans to marry and re-
side in Chattanooga. Tenn.,
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THw RTAR PORT ST.T.nl. PT. THURSDAY. MAY 26. 1994


Receives $1,235
for Blue Caps
from Pepsi
Craig Phillips, Student
Council president of Port St.
Joe Elementary School, is
shown accepting a check for
$1,235 from Paul Howard Key
Account Manager and Floyd
Owens, General Manager of Buf-
falo Rock Pepsi. The money
was -earned by the school for
collecting 24,700 Pepsi caps.
Out of 47 schools participating,
Port St. Joe Elementary school
collected the second largest
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Earn All A's
The students pictured here were recognized at Awards Day
Port St. Joe Elementary Schoolfor earning "All A's". The student
were presented with a plaque denoting their achievement.-
THIRD GRADE-Front row, from left: Colleen Falbe, Margar
Gibson, Bryan Thomas, Tyler Weimorts and James Daniels. Ba
row: Amy Doster, Susan Elmer, Carla Johnson, Tessi Layfield a]
Jennifer Raffield.


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So let's give them all they are worth.
They are a bit of kin, in fact twins,
Two of a kind, worth two for a dime.
They love being afloat in their boat
And getting their wish, catching some fish.
But they are getting a bit hoity-toity-
And naughty, naughty; oh Lord, they're 40!
As you go forward with good intentions,
'You're over halfway to
Drawing your pensions.
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STom Coldewey
Tom S. Coldewey, 81, of Port
St. Joe, passed away Thursday
morning in Jacksonville. A native
of Cincinnati, Ohio, he graduated
from the University of Cincinnati
with a B.S. degree in Mechanical
Engineering. He was first
employed with St. Joe Paper Co.
in 1937, retiring in 1977 as Vice
President of Operations. He
served as a Lieutenant in the U.
S. Navy during World War II.
He was a trustee of the Alfred
I. duPont Testamentary Trust; A
Director of the Nemours Founda-
tion; the President of the
Nemours Children's Clinic; Presi-
dent of the Nemours Health Clin-
ic; a member of the Board of
Managers of the Nemours Foun-
dations; a retired Vice President
of St. Joe Paper Company; a
Director of Talisman Sugar Com-
pany; a Director of Florida East
Coast Industries, Inc.; and a for-
mer City Commissioner for the
City of Port St. Joe; a member
and former chairman. of the
Northwest Florida Water Manage-
ment District Board; former
chairman of Associated Indus-
tries of Florida; former President
of the Paper Industry Manage-
ment Association; former chair-
man of the Florida Lung Associa-
tion; member and former
chairman of the Port St. Joe Port
authority; and former chairman
of the American Pulp and. Paper
Mill Superintendents Association.
An active member of the St.
James Episcopal Church in Port
St. Joe, he was on the Vestry, he
served as a Lay Reader and Chal-
ice Bearer, and was a Senior War-
den.


Survivors include his wife,
at Mrs. Louise W. Coldewey of Port
its St. Joe; and a daughter and son-
in-law, Christie Coldewey John-
ret son and .Jerone P. Johnson of
tck Destin. He was preceded in death
nd by a daughter, Shelley Louise
Coldewey and two sisters, Helen
C. Moran and Catherine C. Argo.
Funeral services were held at
10 a.m. EDT Saturday at St.
James Episcopal. Church, con-
ducted by-the Rev. Father Jerry
Huft. Interment followed in the
family plot in Holly Hill Cemetery.
Those that wish may contrib-
ute to the St. James Episcopal
Church Building Fund.
Comforter Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe was in charge 6f all
arrangements.

Noel D. Baldwin
,i -Noel Douglas Baldwin, 83. of
Port St. Joe. died Thursday morn-
ing in a local hospital. Mr. Bald-
win was born in Graceville and-
nmoved to Port St. Joe In 1952. He
:was a retired security guard and
had worked for Vitro Corporation.
ak He was a member of First Baptist
Church of Port St. Joe and a
member of Alliance Masonic
Lodge.
Mr. Baldwin is survived by
his wife, Malzie Baldwin of Port
st. Joe; one son and daughter-in-
law, Douglas and Johanna Bald-
win, Jr.,. of Conroe, TX; one
daughter, Beverly Baldwin of
Crofton, Maryland; two brothers.,
Buddy Baldwin of Altha.and John
Edwin Baldwin of Paxton; four
grandchildren; six great-
grandchildren; and numerous
nieces and nephews..
Funeral services were con-
ducted Sunday, May 22, at 3
p.m. ET in the First Baptist
Church of Port St. Joe with Rev.
H. R. Naberhuis officiating. Inter-
'ment followed in Holly Hill Ceme-
tery.


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creative writing contest for grades three through six. First place
winners received $15; second place $10 and third place $5. Pictured
above are the winners.
Front row, from left third graders Susan Ellmer first; Jennifer
Raffield- second and Patrick Fitzgerald third; fourth grade Carla
Money first; Lisa Curry second and Cody Nobles third.
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Picnic

The senior citizens of Gulf
county were treated to a wonder-
ful day of fun. Over' 125 people
attended this annual event at the
White City Park. Sheriff Al harri-
son provided barbecue chicken
and venison, baked beans and
slaw. Over a dozen people fished
in the sun and talked and visited
with one another. The Raffield
Fishery sent the houseboat
around and over 60 people en-
joyed a ride up and down the ca-
naJ. Some of the senior citizens
played bingo and door prizes were
given away. Bob Moore was the
speaker for the event.


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Phone 227-1105


Jim Strayer, Youth Ranch Executive, Speaks to Lions Club


On Wednesday, May 18, the
Port St. Joe Lions Club was hon-
ored to have as their guest speak-
er Jim Strayer from the Florida
Sheriffs' Youth Ranch. Mr. Stray-
er explained how the original
Florida Sheriffs' Youth Ranch
came into existence on 1957 near
Live Oak. This first ranch facility

Receives Honor
Nationally
Shannon D. Causey has been
selected by the United States
Achievement Academy for her
leadership skill. Shannon was
nominated for this honor by Car-
olyn Rish, and she will appear in
the nationally published Achieve-
ment Academy Yearbook.
Shannon is the son of Audry
and William White and Edgar
Causey, Jr. His grandparents are
Robert and Rose King of Vernon,
Edgar Causey and Vera Arm-
strong of Wewahitchka, and Sue
White of DeFuniak Springs.,

Family Reunion
The Thomas Higdon Smith
family reunion/covered dish din-
ner will be held on June 5 at the
Wewahitchka Community Center.
Come join the fun and renew
old acquaintances. Music and
prizes will be available for every-
one.

Bible School
Come explore the fun at Va-
cation Bible School, Trail of
Treasures, at Highland View Bap-
tist Church of Port St. Joe. The
fun begins on June 6 and lasts
through June 10, from 6:30 p.m.
- 8:30 p.m.

911 Committee
The Gulf County 911 Com-
mittee will meet on June 1, at 3
p.m. ET in the County Commis-
sioner's Meeting Room at the Gulf
county Courthouse. All commit-
tee members and the general
public are invited to attend.

Safety Committee
There will be a meeting of the
Gulf County Public Safety Coordi-
n'ating Council/Anti-Drug Abuse
Committee on Friday, May 27, at
12 p.m. in the County Commis-
sion Meeting Room.


was situated on 140 acres of land
right on the historic Suwannee
River.
Today, the Florida Sheriffs'
Youth Ranch has five locations
around the state of Florida with a
total of 3,300 acres of land. Part
of the cost of operating these fa-
cilities are deferred through cattle
and farming operations by the
Florida Sheriffs' Youth Ranch
staff and the 8,000 students who
participate in the various pro-
grams.
The goal of the Florida Sher-
iffs' Youth Ranch is crime preven-
tion through positive interdiction
before a young person becomes
part of the criminal system. To
achieve this end, boys and girls
are given an opportunity to grow
and learn in an atmosphere that
promotes qualities such as self
esteem, strong work ethics "and
family values. Each student must
participate in school and a work
program while attending one of
the ranch facilities.
The Port St. Joe Lions Club
would like to thank everyone who
helped support the barbecue
chicken dinner Saturday, May
14, at the City Park. This turned
out to be another productive
fundraiser of the club and ulti-
mately the citizens of Gulf County
who are in need of eye care assis-
tance. Your support is appreciat-
ed.


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Sheriff Al Harrison and James Strayer,
an executive with Florida Sheriffs Youth
Ranches, Inc., present attorney Bob Moore


- Te B Selling lMaps
The Band of'Gold of Port St. Joe High School is currently sell-
ing maps of the area depicting businesses and buildings of interest,
Shown with Band Director Mitch Bouirigton is Jennifer Bell, band
student, as they look at one of the maps. The maps are available
for $2.00 each and may be ordered by contacting Mr. Bouington at
229-8251, school, or at home, 227-3116.


County Faces
ton.
Attorney Pat Floyd advised
the Board the directive to pay the
bill was on order of a circuit
judge. 'You have no choice but to
pay the bill and if you wish to ob-
ject, take your objections to the
Florida Legislature."
Commissioner Michael Ham-
mond objected vehemently to
paying the bill, saying, "We can at
least drag our feet for a while.
Maybe in the future they'll be re-
luctant to send us such bills
knowing there is going, to be hell
to pay before they get the money"
On the vote, it was four
agreeing to pay and Hammond
opposed.
Then everybody got into the
discussion, including Sheriff Al
Harrison. attorney Pat Floyd. the
clerk, who is also an officer ofrthe
court and the Commission. They
verbally castigated' the state of
Florida and its laws requiring the
counties to pay .certain court
costs; "especially when it is the
State of Florida versus a defen-


From Page 1
dant," Sheriff Harrison quipped.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other items of business,.
the Commission:
--Heard Bill Lyles give an ex-
pression of appreciation from the
.Senior Citizens committee, for
their support and cooperation in
getting their building under con-
struction. Lyles invited the Board
to attend their ground breaking
ceremony Wednesday.
-Agreed to start demolition
proceedings on a building in We-
wahitchka which was built even
after the owner was denied a
building permit because of zoning
problems andwasn't built accord-
ing to code.
-Signed a new contract with
the U.S. Department of Agricul-
'ture to .participate in the com-
modity distribution program.
-Named Chairman W4rren
Yeager, and Commissioners Na-
than Peters and Billy Traylor to
sit on the property adjustment
board along with two members of
the School Board.


with a "Builders' Certificate" for his work
with and for the Ranches. The presentation
was made at a meeting of the Lions Club.


Gym Team in Sports Festival


On Saturday, May 14, Panas-
tics Gymnastics Gym Team com-
peted in the 1994 Sports Festival
in Pensacola. Competing in the
Level 5 Veterans-Class from Port
St. Joe was B. J. Presnell. B. J.
scored 8.6 on floor (sixth place),
8.25 ,(fifth place) on Beam, 8.90
(fifth place) on bars, and 7.55 on
vault with an all around score of
33.30.


Also, competing for Port St.
Joe in the Level 4 Veteran ClassA
was Jessica Hill. Jessica scored
7.90 on floor,,8.90 onbeam, 7.70
on bars, and 7,25 on vault with
an all around score of 31.75..
Brittany Reeves another Level
4 gymnast from Port St. Joe was
unable to compete at this meet
because of a sprain ankle and
foot injury.


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Awards Presented at Banquet


GREATEST ABUSE- The athletic department of
Port St. Joe High School held its
Sor millions of people, use of. a very common, readily annual Spring sports banquet
Available drug can mean going insane or can cause early six sports: weightlifting, golf, soft-
death unless they completely and forever abstain from its ball, baseball, girls' track and
use. The drug is alcohol and the disease is alcoholism. For boys' track. Also receiving awards
most people it is a minor problem, but for these others their were those athletes who not only
body cannot cope with it. participated, in a sport but also
maintained an academic average
Alcohol can also react with many other common of "B" or better.
prescription drugs to produce very severe side effects. If Following the covered dish
you are cautioned by your doctor not to drink with a dinner, awards were presented to
medicine, this could be the reason and you should not Chris Summersjas Athletic Train-
disregard this advice. er of the Year.
In weightlifting Matt Rober-
"A GREAT' MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US with son was named the Most
their prescriptions, health needs and other pharmacy .Improved lifter. The Most Valua-
products. We consider this trust a privilege and a duty. ble Lifter was Jeremy Tull .who
May we be your personal family pharmacy?" placed first in every meet this
year and was state runner-up in
the heavyweight division. -The
STOCKING A COMPLETE LINE OF HOME HEALTH NEEDS WITH DIRECT Iron Man Award for those ath-
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SBtt's Dr St e J. J. Gainer and Carlos Best.
Buzzett S Dr Ug O re Jim Beliri, golf coach, pre..
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Convenient Drive-Through Window and Eddie Matt Cabaniss, Brett Lowry
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i The girls' softball team, the -
S. 'district runners up this year,
were presented awards by Coach



Dixie Youth Allstar Game


The annual Dixie Youth All
Stars will face each other in two
games slated for Friday afternoon,
at the baseball complex on Tenth

Seniors Play
In Showcase
Five senior Gulf County base-
ball players participated this
week in the Senior Showcase
hosted by the Quincy. Recreation
Department, and American Le-
gion teams Quincy Post 84 and
Tallahassee Post 13. Seniors from
the Big Bend area faced the sen-
iors from the Tallahassee area
schools on Monday and Tuesday
evening.
Selected to play in the show-
case were Port St. Joe Sharks
Josh Colbert. Eric Ramsey and
Adam Taylor. Beau Whitflield and
Jeremy Pridgeon were Wewa-
hitcbka's representatives.
Last week Ramsey and Col-
bert spent two days in Niceville
playing in the Emerald Coast Se-
lect All-Star competition. All five
are 1094 graduates.

Byrne's Kin Gets
AA. Degree
Former resident Kevin D.
Byrne, son-in-law of Flora Miller
of Port St. Joe. and her late hus-
band, Hubert, graduated the 26th
of May from Victor Valley College,
Victorville, California with a 3.56
G. P. A. He was awarded recogni-
tion for achievement by place-
ment on the President's List (4.0
G. P. A.),for three semesters, and
the Dean's List (3.5 G. P. A.) for
one semester.
He earned an Associate in
Science Degree for Business Man-
agement, an Associate in Science
Degree for Math/Science, and an
A.A. Degree in Liberal Arts. he
has been accepted for admission
tot California State University -
San- Bernadino at the Jack H.
Brown Hall School of Business
arid Public Administration. Kevin
is the husband of Debbie S. (Mill-
-er) Byrne, and is the father of Da-
vid, 14, and Joseph, 5.
Kevin and his family resided,
in Port St. Joe for over eight years
Where he served on the Port St.
Joe Volunteer Ambulance Squad
and was active with the March of
Dimes and Muscular Dystrophy.

Pre-Register

for K.I.D.S.
K.I.D.S. is planning to gear
up soon for its "Summer Fun Ses-
sion". They will be planning field
trips, movie theater days and lots
more. They are adding to their
program this year a tutoring ele-
ment on a first come, first served
basis. Spaces are limited, and the
children enrolled in the Summer
Fun Session will be considered
first for the tutoring services.
If Interested, please call 'Pam
Lawrence at K.I.D.S., 227-7440.
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.

Card of Thanks
The family of the late Kinchen
B. Hall wishes to acknowledge
with sincere thanks and appreci-
ation all the acts. of kindness
shown doing his short illness and
each word of comfort spoken dur-'
ing our hours of bereavement. We
pray that God, will shower you
with his richest blessings.
The Hall Family


Street. The Minor League All
Stars will begin play at 5:30, with
awards presentation for both
leagues between games; followed


by the Major League All Star
game.
MINOR LEAGUE ALL STARS
All Stars composed of first


1994 MINOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONS-St. Joe Natural Gas. Kneel-
ing, from left: Addam Duke, Raye-Raye Bailey, James Walker,
Shawn Reynolds, David Hopper, Micah Dodson, Christopher Acree
and Aaron Watson. Standing, from left: Bill Dodson, Joshua Smith,
John-Patrick Floyd, Ryan Harmon, Pat Floyd, Joshua Carter, Jason
Hart, Rodney Allen and Tommy Watson.


1994 MAJOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONS-Boxers.. Shown from left,
front row: Nehemiah Russ, Jarrod Wester, Travis Burrows, Mike
Kennedy, Chris Varnadoe, Billy Bellinger and Frankie Stallings.
Back row, Kedrick Larry, Brandon Williams, Ryan Stephens, Clay
Smallwood, Ashley Stephens, Woodrow Cherry and coaches Billy
Stephens, Clay Smallwood and Arden Stephens.



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If you have a cavity in
one or more teeth in the
back of your mouth, often
the dentist will use a silver
amalgam filling to protect it
from decay. He has good
reasons for doing so.
Silver amalgam; an alloy
that includes silver, is one of
the most common fillings
used because of its durabili-
ty, low cost, and ability to'
seal off cavities effectively. It
is often used in the back of
the mouth because of its col-
or. When you open your
mouth to speak or smile, the
silver amalgam filling is not
very noticeable.
It can last for years be-
fore it need to be reinforced
or replaced. A lot depends
on your oral hygiene habits,


how well you are able to
keep decay-causing bacte-
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depends, too, on where the
filling is located. If it's in an
area where your heaviest
grinding and chewing take
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Martin Adkison. Heather Fields
was named. Most Improved; with
the Outstanding Defensive award
going, to eighth' grader Dottie
Davis; Heart of Gold to Heather
Walsh; and senior Kendra McDa-
niel was named the Outstanding
Offensive player, as well as the
Most Valuable.
The leading hitters for the
Sharks' baseball, team this year
were Brian Jenkins with a .374
average and Barry Adkison with a
.434. Adam Taylor was named
the Defensive Player of the Year,
Eric Ramsey received the Hoss
Wilder Memorial Award for hustle
and the Most Valuable Player was
Josh Colbert.
Latrika Quinn was named the
Outstanding Middle-Schooler in
girls' track; the Most Improved
award went to Leslie Faison; and'
the Outstanding Runner was Tra-
ci Peiffer. All State athletes were,
Jennifer Smalvwood high jump,
Fanta Harris sholput. and Char-
ron Addison, long and triple
jump .
The Marion Craig Scholar'
Athlete award was won by Eric
Ramsey who had the highest
grade point average of any senior
in any sport this year.




Friday
place St. Joe Natural Gas, fourth
place Gulf Sands and sixth place
First Union will play the all stars
of Telco and M.T.I. which were
tied for second and fifth place
Rich's I.G.A.
St. Joe Natural Gas Rodney
Allen, John-Patrick Floyd, Joshua
:Carter. Jason Hart, Ryan Har-
mon, Aaron Watson and Ray Bai-
ley, Jr.
Telco Donald Brake, James
Daniels, Patrick Fitzgerald, .Cody
Nobles, Bobby Phillips and Ste-
phen Tarantino.
M.T.I. Terrance Chambers,
Christopher Knox, Adrian Peter-
son, Richard Riggs, Jeremy
Robershaw and Christopher,
Shearer.
Gulf Sands Ken Peak, Aaron
Hainm, Byron Jones, Dustin Pow-
ell and Bobby White.
I.G.A. Santiel Chambers.
Jared Little and Stephen Gaddis.
First Union Michael Bouing-
ton, Kale Guillot and Austin Hor-
ton.
MAJOR LEAGUE
The Boxers, coached by 'Ard-
en Stephens, Billy Stephens and
Clay Smallwood, defeated the
Krafties in a play-off game. last
Friday evening to take the league
championship this year. Both
teams were tied with a 13-2
league record, with the Boxers
downing the Krafties 2-1. in the
tie-breakern
All Stars named were:
Boxers-Billy Bellinger, Ke-
drick Larry, Clay Smallwood,
Ashley Stephens', Ryan Stephens,
and Brandon Williams.
Krafties-Ben Ashcraft, Sene-


The boys' track team gar-
nered many awards as they are
the Class AA state champions in
track and field. Coach Scott Gow-
an, named the Big Bend Coach of
the Year by the Tallahassee, Dem-
ocrat, presented awards to: Lee
Duren Shark Award; Robert
Williams and Antwione Allen -
Most Improved; and Zyris Hill -
Most Outstanding. Athlete. All
state honors were earned by Jere-
my Tull shotput; Cedric Antho-
ny shotput; Zyris Hill long
jump, 800 meters, 1600 relay
and 400 relay; Antwione Allen -
high jump and 110 hurdles; Rob-
ert Williams discus; Chris Dan-
iels 100 meter's and 400 relay;
Tarus Riley 200 meters and 400
relay; ,.Mario Larry, 1600 relay
and 4.001 relay; Willie Dawson. -
400 relay.
Zyris Hill was named the All
Big Bend Athlete of the Year by
the Tallahassee Democrat follow-
ing his stellar performance "at
state, earning four all state titles
in long jump, 800 meters, 1600,
relay and 400 relay. '
THREE SPORT ATHLETES
Special recognition was given
to those athletes who participated
in three or more sports during
the past year. Three sport ath-
letes were: Jennifer Smallwood,
Vic Sellers, Stephanie Maxwell,"
Kayce Knox, Leslie FaJson. Came-
ron Likely, Barry Adkison, Des
Baxter,. Heather Fields, Doyle
Crosbv, Kendra McDaniel, Alyson
Williams. Jereiny Tull, ad ,Chris
Taylor. Robert Williams partici-
pated in four sports.
ACADEMIC AWARDS
'Receiving purple awards for
having over a '3.0 'grade point
average were:.
HtSoftball-Karen Clark, Dee'
SHorton, Geria Johnsbn. Michelle'


ca Chambers, James Daniels,
Brad Knox, and Larche Ware.
Linda's-Jeffle Hayes, Joshua
McCulley, Craig Phillips, Mosi
Quinn, and Jacob Tankersley.
AcUve Styles-Matt Caswell,
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Mitch Owens and Brett Parker.
Stars-Kevin Conoley, Stephen
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For an evening of exciting.,
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Martin, Kendra McDaniel, Heath-
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Shelia Hightower, Katie Kilbourn
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Boys' track-Michael Aguirre,
Cedric Anthony, Kenny Daves,
Lee Duren, Lance Hanson, Zyris
Hill, Wade Kennington, Mario
Larry, Joe Price, Eric Sellers,. Vic
Sellers, Jason Shoaf, Jonathan
Stripling, Nick Sweazy and Kent
McCullough.
Girls' track-Ronisu Bird,
Casey Clark, Kelley Graham, Fan-
ta Harris, Kristie Lowry, Traci
Peiffer, Latrika Quinn, Shinah
Quinn. Amber Conley, Michelle
Combs. Laura Cullen, Tracey
Fitzgerald, Audrey Franklin, Nat-
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,ron Addison, Rachel Lane and
Harmony Priest.
Golf-Kristian Richbourg.
Andy Smith and Clay Whitfield.
Baseball-Kyle Adkison, Bar-
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Bryan Butts, Lee Cathey, Jesse
Colbert, Josh Colbert,' Doyle
Crosby, Jeremy Dixon, Matt Dix-
,,on. Mike Groh, Charlie Lanford,
*Cameron Likely. Eric Ramsey,
Wayne Summers, Adam Taylor
and Russell Young.
Weightlifting-Marcus Gor-
don. Mandricka Miller, Matt
Roberson, Viec Sellers, Matt Todd
and Rocky Quinn.
Athletic Trainer-Chris Sum-
mers.
There were 12 athletes having
perfect 4.0 averages. They were:
Baseball-Jim Faison and
Jarred Patterson; girls' track-
Leslie Faison,. Kayce Kriox and
Jennifer Smallwood; and softball-
Dusty Daniels, 'Dottie Davis,
HedtherFields, Brigette Godfrey,
SStephanie Maxwell, Alyson Wil-
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1994


Joy Riding In An Air Force Centrifuge

NotA Recommended Afternoon ofFun By Dr. Jim Cersosimo


Riding in a centrifuge at a
speed fast enough to put nine
"G's" of stress on a person's body
doesn't sound like your average
Sunday afternoon joy ride. Dr.
Jim Cersosimo, however, says, "It
isn't bad! In fact it's sort of'fun, if
you're into that sort of thing."
Dr. Cersosimo, an Air Force-
reservist told the Rotary Club-
and showed them by video-tape--
just how stressful and' fun[? the
experience can be.
The speaker spent the past
few weeks at a Texas air force.
base being prepped with a short,
course on the needs of an Air
Force doctor. "One of the 'things
is that the doctor should be able



New Books

at Library
The following books have just
arrived at the Gulf County Public
Library in Port St. Joe. Some of
these have been purchased with
funds from a Special Collection,
Development grant though the
Northwest Regional Library Sys-
tem.
THE POWER OF PLACE How
Our Surroundings Shape our
Thoughts. Emotions, and Actions.
By Winifred Gallagher
CRANKS. QUARKS. and the
COSMOS Writings on Science,
by Jeremy Bernstein
THROUGH THE UNIVERSE
DARKLY A Cosmic Tale of An-
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the Fate of the Universe, by Mar-
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THE CREATIVE LOOP How
the Brain Makes a Mind, by Erich
Harth.
HANNAH'S HEIRS The
Quest for the Genetic Origins of
Alzhelmer's Disease, by Daniel A
SPollen.
JAMES CONANT AND THE
BIRTH OF THE NUCLEAR AGE'
'FROM HARVARD TO HIROSHIMA,,
by James Hershberg.
THE LAST PANDA, by George.
B. Schaller.
THE LIVES OF BIRDS Birds
of the World and Their Behavior,"
by Lester L. Short.
THE COMPLETE T. REX -
" How Stunning New Discoveries,
Are Changing Our Understanding
of the World's Most Famous Dino-
saur, by John R. Homer and Don,
Lessem
S THE RANDOM' HOUSE BOOK
OF VEGETABLES-- Over 650 Veg-
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Phillips.and Martyn Rix
"K" IS FOR KILLER, by Sue
Grafton
LOVERS, by Judith Krantz
ZLATA'S DIARY, byZlata Fell-
povic; The diary kept by a girl liv"-
g in war-torn Sarajevo.


Card of Thanks
Archie and Verna Marshall
would like to thank everyone for
their generosity and prayer dui--:
ing the time of sorrow of their
grandson.
Archie and Verna Marshall


to recognize the problems caused
by excessive "G" strain put on pi-
lots on active duty." One of these
tests includes the experience of
"G", forces on the body and the
things it causes to happen.
First, a "G" is a force against
the body which causes a weight
increase equal to the present
body weight with each unit of "G"
force placed against it. A man
weighing 200 pounds has a force
of 400 pounds exerted against his
body at two "G's"; 600 pounds at
three "G's", etc.
"When I had a simulated 9,
"G's" exerted against me by the
centrifuge, I was trying to furic-
tion, even though I "weighed"


1800 pounds," Cersosimo said.
'This makes it almost impos-
sible to breath, talk, lift your
arms, or do any normal function,"
Cersosimo said. The video Cerso-
simo had of his experience,
showed the contortions of his face
caused by the forces, his difficul-
ty in breathing, his lack of ability
to talk.
"It's like an 1800 pound ele-
phant suddenly sits down on
your chest," he said.
The video showed no other:
evidence of his rapid movement.`
His hair stayed in place. Every-
thing in the capsule stayed in its
place. Only Cersosimo's face be-


Heap of Experience
Gulf County Classroom Teachers Associa-
tion recognized the many years of service of
the four teachers pictured here, who are re-
tiring at the end of the current school year.,


came distorted and grew worse as
the "G" force was increased.
'The average pilot never expe-
riences this much "G" force as he
flies his plane, but at times may
suffer from extreme discomfort
and we must know if he can func-
tion under those conditions. It's
hard to control your own breath-
ing in similar circumstances. Air
Force pilots rarely exceed four
"G's", but even at that rate his
body is four times its normal
weight from the force. Operation
of military aircraft is a very risky
business. The Air Force is con-
stantly testing its men to see if
they can function under the un-
due force," Cersosimo said.


The four. were honored at a dinner held in
Wewahitchka last week by the GCCTA. The
honorees are: James Rouse, Wewahitchka
Elementary School; Alice Machen and Mar-
tha Sanborn, both of Port St. Joe High
School and Christine Williams, Port St. Joe
Elementary School.


Fishing Licenses Are Popular


In Gulf County; 10,887 Sold

O Tx ColletorSays Licenses, Fees, AMor Budget Item


Would it surprise you to
know there are more salt water
fishing licenses sold in Gulf
County than there are fresh water
fishing licenses? It's fact
Gulf County Tax Collector
Eda Ruth Taylor spoke to the Ki-
wanis Club Tuesday. telling them
there were 5,735 salt water fish-
ing licenses sold in the county
during fiscal '92-'93. During the
same period of time there were
5,152 fresh water fishing licenses
sold in the county.


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The licenses are furnished
free to citizens who, have reached
age 65 and to disabled persons. A
free hunting license Is included in
the package.
Selling: licenses for outdoor
activities takes up considerable
time in the Tax Collectors office.
and also results in "a large
amount of the office's : annual
budget, Taylor told the Kiwani-
ans. "We had some $509,000 in-
come from the sale of vehicle tags
last year; $114,000 from the,
transfer of motor vehicle titles;
$85,000 from fishing and hunting
license sales and $75,000 from.
saltwater license sales." .
Taylor said the price of auto-
mobile tags is taking a $1.50 hike.
on July 1 of this year. The extra,
funds are to fund certain require-
ments passed by the recent ses-
sion of the Legislature.
TAX LIENS
Taylor said the County would
be selling Tax Liens on Wednes-
day of this week. "We won't have
nearly the number of Leins to sell
as surrounding. counties," she
said. "As long as I have been Tax
Collector, we have only had to sell
four tax deeds to property on
which the taxes were never paid."
Purchasers of the Liens will
lose their money if they keep the.
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seek a Tax Deed prior to that
time. A purchaser of the certifi-
cates may request a Tax Deed af-
ter they have owned the certifi-
cate for at least two years. "Tax
Deeds take precedent over any
other inc.umberance when a piece
of property"is sold, with .the ex-
ception of an IRS' claim," she
said.
Taylor said that she expected
to sellabout 500 tax certificates
at the sale. The interest rate
earned, on the certificates is
capped at 18%. "Of course, they
don't sell at this interest "rate,"
she said. "Last year, we sold all
the certificates at about 8% inter-,
est. That's better than the banks
pay, however, and the certificate
is about as much of a guarantee
of return as one can get on in-
vestments."


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Bulldog News


Students of the Week
Congratulations to our Stu-
dents of the Weekl
Canda Borden, Terrance
Woullard, Bethany Haisten, John
Watkins, Josh Rogers, and Torez
Givens.
Kindergarten Registration
If your child will be five years
old pn/before September 1, 1994,
and plans to attend Port St. Joe
Elementary School, please come
by the front office before Friday,
May 27. Please bring:
*Copy of birth certificate
*Copy of social security number
*Proof of immunization
*Proof of physical (within the last
year)
GCCC Camps
Blaze into the summer -of




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News
Highland View
Elementary School

First Grade Trip
Miss Mary's first graders em-
barked on a trip to the Mary Ella
Zoo in Panama City, where they
saw rabbits, peacocks, foxes, po'-
nies, /dogs, llamas, chickens,
ducks, 'geese, goats, deer and a
box turtle.
Their next stop was at. the
Tyndall Air Force Base Resource
Management Center, where they
went on the nature trail.
Aaron Little-says, "I saw two
dragonflies. I liked seeing the live
deer and they had food back
there and the deer would feed out
of your hands."
Nicholas Hunter said, "I saw
a dragonfly and a bird and a big,
bird nest.!' "
Jessica Plair saw a "different
colored" lizard, a bird nest and a
woodpecker. "I liked going up the
staircase where all the birds
were."
In the- center they saw stuffed
black bear, fish, turtles, deer, and
some sea turtle shells. They saw
stuff from way back in time-like
china and pottery. We saw a vid-
eo of Crooked Island and all
kinds of birds. ,
Jessica Duby said she didn't
get to go because she was with
her family on a different kind of'
fielol trip to 'Daytona Beach where
she enjoyed swimming.
Sixth Grade
"The sixth graders trekked on
their annual trip to St. Joseph's
Bay for a day of swimming, fish-
ing, and grilling.. Great fun, was
had by all.
Graduation,
Congratulations to the 1994
graduating HAWKS from High-
land View Elementary.
Monday morning, John Gain-
ous offered the invocation with
the Pledge of Allegiance led by Ja-
mfe Clayton. Kevin Conoley wel-
comed all the guests,* parents,
and friends of the graduates.
Amanda Marquardt welcomed
and introduced their guest speak-
er, Chris Earley, the new middle
school principal. Mr. Earley
shared that he was also a gradu-
ate of Highland View Elementary
School and then outlined the con-
cept of the middle school for the
graduates.
Herman Jones, sixth grade
teacher, presented several awards
to students.
A special award went to Wil-
liam Earl Burrows .for social stud-
ies and reading. Mr. Jones stated
that whenever he introduced a
new person in history that Wil-'


1994 with a variety of exciting
recreational programs for kids
ages 9-14 years old. gulf Cost
Community College's 5th annual
Summer Day Camp includes
three sizzling -sessions of hot,
*summer adventures for youth.
Registration will take place on
Tuesday, may 31, from 11-1 at
the Gulf County School Board
room, located behind Port St. Joe
High School at 502 Niles Road
(enter the building from Long Av-
enue).
1994-95 Registration
We are in the process of plan-
ning for the 1994-95 school year
and need your help. ,
If your child will be transfer-
ring to or from Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School next year, please
call 227-1221.
Gulf County Public Library
Beginning June 21, pre-
school story-time will be held on
Tuesday at 1:30. Story-time and
activities for kindergarten
through fifth grade will be held on
Tuesday at 2:30. For more infor-
mati6n,' call the Gulf County Pub-
lic Library at 229-8879.
Parents. Make the Difference ,
Here are some ideas for sum-
mer time learning:
*Help your child start a col-
lection of rocks, leaves, stamps-
whatever. Find a book at the li-
brary that tells, more about the
topic.
*Subscribe to a magazine.
Here are a couple of examples:.
American Girl, 1-800-845-0005,
and Sport Illustrated for Kids, 1-
800-732-5005.
*Take a walk at night and-
point out a constellation.
*Ask your child to read to
you.
*Plan a picnic lunch.
*Visit the library.
*Read to your child.
-*Listen to your child.'


11iam would go to the library and
check out a book about that per-.
son.
SAcademic awards went to Ni-
cole Smith and John Gainous 'for
'their high academic grades from
4th; 5th, 6th and CTBS scores.
The citizenship awards went
to Megan Johnson, Amanda Mar-
quardt, John Gainous, Nicole
Smith, Jamie Clayton, Josh
O'Clair. and Josh Hersey. ,.
Catherine Barfield, principal,
presented the 1994 graduation
class followed by the benediction
by Ricky Lamberson. Congratula-
,' tions to:
Mark Ayers, Danielle Bryan,
William Burrows, Bryan Butler,
Jamie Clayton, Ricky Cohen, Ke-
vin Conoley.
Jesse Everett, Matt Fleisch-
mann, John Gainous, -Mary Har-
mon,: Josh Hersey, Megan John-
son, Christian Kreis.
Patrick Kreis, Ricky Lamber-
son, Jake Lewis, Wayne Lindsey,
Stephen Lowrey, Amanda Mar-
quardt, Josh O'Clair.
Nicole Smith, Jessica Van
Sweringer, and Adam Whatley.




P 21


Gator Sound News ...


The Wewahitchka High
School Gator Sound Band had
two students to qualify for State
School & Ensemble this year.
Corrina Copeland and Charlie
Cole each received-a superior rat-
ing at their District Solo & En-
'semble which allowed them to
travel to Gainesville to play at the
State Solo & Ensemble on May
13. They each received a good rat-
ing on their music. Good going


Sandra Holmes
Gets Award at
GCCC Ceremony
Former Gator Sound Band
member, Sandra Holmes, re-
ceived an honor at the Honors
Convocation at Gulf Coast Com-
munity' College on April 27. Ms.',
Holmes received 'the Outstanding
Office systems Technology Major.
Award. She was nominated to re-
ceive this award by her professor,
Mrs. Letha Campbell.
Sandra has been on the Hon-
ors List the past four semesters
and has maintained a 3.5 G.P.A.'
.


Charlie and Corrina.
Also the band made a superi-
or rating at their District Concert
qualifying them to travel to
Gainesville for the State Concert
Festival on May 14. The band
represented the school well there.
Mr. Stryker and the band de-
cided to mix business with pleas-
ure and planned a trip on to Tam-
pa to spend the day at Busch
Gardens and one day at Adven-
ture Island. The band had a blast
and returned to Wewa late Mon-
day night ready to finish up the
rest of the school year. The Band
Boosters wants to thank everyone
who help make this trip possible.
The band also was broadcast-
.ed live from the courthouse and
aired on WMBB television May 17
at 6 o' clock p.m. We sure hope
everyone saw them.
The Wewa band finished their
year with their yearly banquet be-
ing held on May 21 at 6 p.m.


Public Notice

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR BIDS
Sealed bids in duplicate will be received un-
til June 6, 1994, 10:00 a.m. ET by the Gulf
County School Board. fort SLb J.e, Florida, at
which time and place all bids will be publicly
opened and read aloud for:
COVERED BUS LOADING
Sfor
f'"Ri i"T JOE MIDDLE SC-hOOL ,
'The Cor,i ractr ahall furnish all labor, mate-
rials, and equipment: and shall be responsible for
the entire completion of this project.
Plans, specifications, and contract docu-
ments may be inspected at .the Office of the Archi-
tect. State Road 22, Wewahitchka, Florida, and
may be procured by General Contractors, at a cost.
of $20.00 per set. -
Cashier's check, certified check, or bid bond,
for not less than 5%.of the amountof bid, must
accompany each proposal Performance, Labor and
Material Bonds, and Workman's Compensation In-
surance will be required of the successful bidder.
Right is reserved to reject'any and all propo-
sals and waive technicalities. ,
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period
of thirty (30) days after date set for opening.
" Publish: May 26, 1994.



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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1994


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Citizens o oPictures of Port St. Children To Be Printed In A Series Over The
Next Several Weeks. Watch The Star For Your Child's Photo


Codee, 6, and John Dalton,
3 1/2, children of Michel & Jo-
mila Richter, Port St. Joe


Trevor Lee, 4, son of Rusty Jasey, 27. months, son of
& Debbie Burch, Port St. Joe Michel and Rosa Powell, Port
St. Joe


Jacob, 2 months, son of Da- Ashton, 4 months, daughter
vid & J. Lee McCroan, Port St. of David Davis & Elizabeth San-
Joe chez, Port St. Joe


Jamie Jordon, daughter of
James & Amy Heath, Port St.
Joe


Capitol



NEWS

0 ROUND-UP
by Jack Harper


Some of the most pertinent news in the U.S.A. has been occurring in
Florida's small towns recently. They show trends of the real direction the
country is going that you wouldn't notice in the big cities and especially
in government towns like Tallahassee. or Washington, D.C.
Remember that bill allowing voluntary prayer at school events if a.
majority of students voted for it? It died in the Florida Senate when some
of those astute ladies and gentlemen took a walk so as not to vote on it
and Gov. Lawton Chiles side-stepped the issue.
Last week, Crystal River High School seniors, in an informal vote, fa-
vored a student-led prayer at graduation exercises in June. They will vote
formally on it soon and are expected to join Lecarito and Citrus High:
Schools, which are already planning student-led prayers in their gradua-
tion ceremonies in the face of threats from the ACLU to contest it in
court.
Senators, you might have walked away from that one for the last
time. It'll be back with a lot more legislative proposals to clean up ,old-
fashioned sin that liberal God-is-dead government has been looking the
wrong way on now for almost a generation. You'd better brush up your
anti-religion family values shuffle. You'll be needing it again.
Then, how about that Lake County School board in rural Central
Florida that voted-3-2 last week: for a policy requiring teachers to instill
among students:an appreciation of our American heritage and culture?
The policy calls for studies on our form of government, capitalism
and the free enterprise system, patriotism, strong family values, and free-'
dom of religion-basic values of the American culture that make it super-
ior to other foreign or historic cultures.
It was a direct response; of course, to the 1991 Florida law that re-
quired schools to teach students to appreciate other cultures and thus
be made to realize that no culture is superior or inferior to another.
After the school board vote, the superintendent said he didn't know
what "American culture" is, Florida's Commissioner of Education said the
policy was against the law, and the teachers' union threatened to sue.
The Education Commissioner, of course, Is right, but so what: and
the teachers' union would probably win their suit In our present courts
and so what. ': -
S The superintendent's comment was the most outrageous of all, be-
cause there is an American culture, you know. Multiculturists might tell
us that Americans have no common history, or common values, and that
although we are of many races,, we have nothing really in common.
.They're wrong and, thank the Lord, most everybody who. has ever
lived in America knows it. All this jockeying to be politically correct.and if-
possible a victim of some sort is just another cover to get some economic
advantage. .
We all know in our hearts and souls that America, with all its faults,
is the best country in the world because .of freedom, opportunity, hope,;.
and democracy.
Finally, the small city of Perry in North Florida last week stuck to its
decision to. fly the American flag at half mast for a full 30 days following
former President Richard Nixon's death in spite of .a. declaration by Gov.
Lawton Chiles to fly it for only a week. -,
Questioned by a caller. City Manager Bill Burns said that he checked
and found that although Chiles had a legal right to shorten the period
under an administrative code rule; Perry had a right to follow a federal
policy and an executive order by Bill Clinton to half mast the flag for a
full 30 days.
This old boondocks reporter thinks that Perry's decision is going to
be the best one historically. Nixon is going to be treated much better in
the history books than most people think, in spite of,,the attempt at his-
torical revision the liberals are trying to pull now. '
CAPITOL NEWS ROUND-UP
Gov. Lawton .Chiles isn't expected to veto the "gotcha" bill he and
Sen. W.D.. Childers, D-Pensacola, slipped,by the legislature in the closing
hours that would make tobacco companies reimburse the state for medi-,
cal care for the poor who have smdking-related diseases.
He may or may not veto the bills that allow parents to spank their
children in a safe way without fear of facing child abuse charges or give,
dog tracks the same sort of tax break given to jai-alai frontons in the ses-
sion.
But he should veto some bof those big-spending special interest tur-
keys that influential legislators of both parties slipped into the $38 billion
budget passed in the regular session this year if he wants to get in step
with what many voters feel is. Florida's biggest problemr-government
*0 waste. :. ...
A group of six daily newspapers in Florida have come out with
polls showing that voters 'statewide, see eliminating government
.waste (72 percent) as the number one need, followed by illegal immi-.
gration (62 percent), crime prevention (61 percent) and education
(60 percent). .
The approach of the six dailies with a combined Sunday circulation
of 1.38 million is to allow voters through interviews to set an agenda for
the governor's race that will be.decided in the November general election.
The first sampling showed voters feel Florida is not now headed
in the right direction. They want a return to traditional family and
religious values, including voluntary prayer in schools (83 percent).
Some of these issues may even get into the special session Gov. Law-
torn Chiles plans to call in June (probably June 6) to address health care
reform.
Business interests across the state are contending the tobacco bill
Chiles and Childers slipped into law with an amendment that was not
debated sets a precedent, that would allow manufacturers of products
other than tobacco to be easily sued. House Rules Chairman Peter Wal-
lace, D-St. Petersburg, said Legislators may try to reconsider the bill in
the June session.
GALLAGHER: Insurance Commissioner Tom Gallagher has resigned
his chairmanship of the Prisons Now constitutional amendment drive
and was to formally announce his candidacy for a statewide office early .
this week. Veteran capitol observers were expecting him to announce for
governor. ,:
GLADES CLEANUP: Col. Terrence (Rock) Salt, top U.S. Army Corps ,
of Engineers official in Florida, has been named to lead the federal task ,
force to restore the Florida Everglades. ,.....
In August, Salt will begin work with the Corps and other federal and .
state agencies to coordinate the plan to restore, the Everglades. Ironically.,
the Army Engineers channeled and drained the big swamp back in the
1930's-40's to prevent flooding and allow.the, agricultural and residential
development requested by Florida residents.
Salt said he sees no irony in the situation: 'The good news," he-said,
"is that everybody agrees it's an important ecosystem and should be re-
, stored."


David Keith, 2, son of Patty Samantha,, and Emilee, 7
Wilson, Port St. Joe months, daughters of Brian &
., Cindy Fenaes, Por St.Joe


Leslie, 4, and Matthew, 1,
children' of Tim & Sandy Pope,
Port St. Joe'


Kayleigh. 6, and Ashleigh.
2, daughters of Hal & Kim Lew-
is, Port St, Joe ,


Junior Honor Society Inducts 18 Students
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The National Junior Honor
Society- of Port St. Joe High

School conducted the annual
spring induction ceremonies bn
Tuesday, May 17,' in the com-
mons area of the school. 18 stu-
dents met the criteria and were
invited to join.
Prior to the formal ceremony,
all Inductees were invited to 'a
"'Coke Sip" hosted"by the current
Honor. Society members during
he Advisor?Advisee time to ac-
quaint the new members with the
process upon which they Were se-
lected to joir the organization
and the school and community
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The eighth graders who met
the criteria-a minimum 3.3' GPA,
and demonstrated acceptable citi-
zenship, leadership, service, and
character as rated by their teach-


ers-are 'Acacia Clark, Dorothy
Davis, Jeremy Dixon, Jennifer
Gaddis, Jason Gammill, Sabriha
Hanson, Kimberly Lamberson,:
Stephanie Lawrence, Jarred Pat-
terson, Tommie Richter, Gretchen


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WATERFRONT
St. Joe- Beach, Coftnado St. endi Coronado #2 1I bd., 1 lot
bd., 2 ba., completely furnished, washer, dryer, d.w., ready to'
rent, $82,500.
Coronado #3 I bd., 1 r a., cen. h/a, .completely
furnished, $79,500. N 'LID .
Coronado #5 1 bd., 1 ba., completely furnished, ready to
rent $69,000.
BEACHSIDE OF.HIGHWAY 98
,42nd St., Mexico Beach Gulfview Townhouses 4 units,
each unit featuring 2 bd., 2 1/2 ba.,Alaundry area, liv. & din.
rm. combo, modem kitchen, decks & many more extras in
these .well built units. $85,000. each, owner will finance with
$20,000 down, These units have a great rental history.
102 39th St., Mexico Beach. 3 bd., 1 1/2 ba. large screen
porch, good. rental, furnished; $82,000.
107 B South 41st St., Mexico Beach, Sandcastle #2,2 bd., 11/
'2, carpet, cen. heat/air, furnished, good rental, $49,000.
MEXICO BEACH
139 Palm Ave., 2 bd., 2 1/2 ba:, plus den, Stilt home with
parking, screen porch, utility/storage underneath. $85,00Q.
Hwy. 98 'between 3rd & 4th St. 5 bd., 2 ba., screen porch,
Great rental. $149,900 or owner financing with $20,000 at:10%.
78 First St. very nice 2 bd., 1 ba. home w/lg. screen porch and
fireplace; 99.9' x 280' lot, $75,000..
Hwy. 98 between 10t Ah lh. 2 bd., 11/2 ba., furnished,
Casa del Mar #2, $49,6. J. "
508 Fortner mobile home'84 8 d', d., 2 full ba., unfur-
nished. lot 50'\150', super nye8 .
New Listing: 205 Mississippi Dr., 2 bd., 2 full ba., mobile
home on shady lot, 3 blocks to beach. Cen. h/a; fireplace ,
$39,900...
New Listing: 232 Nan. Nook Rd., 3 bd.,'2 ba., den, 2 car gar-
age, boat shed, jacuzzi..$130,000. /
GULF AIRE
'308 Gulfaire Dr., 3.bd., 2 ba. home, with den, $105,000.
1/2 duplex, lot 9, block C, phase II, 3 bd., 2 ba., fireplace, Gulf
Aire Dr. $79,000. .
Gulf' Aire Dr., duplex, 3 bd, 2 ba. each side $69,000 or
$130,000 for both.
Gulf Aire Dr., 1 bd., 1 lot, 1 ba. townhomes: Great rentals.
S$41,900 each or all six may be purchased together.
S105 Cristin Curve, 4 bd., 2 ba. $79,000.
OVERSTREET
225 North Canal- 3 bd., 1 ba. home, 1 acre, storage building,
$38,000.
Sunshine Farms.-3 bd., 2 bl de mobile home, deep
well, approx. 5 acres, fishfai ,W.
HOWARD CREEK
Duck Ave. 3 bd., 1 ba. home, near great fishing. $30,000.
Deer Ave., 2 1/2.bd., 1 ba. home w/garage or boathouse,
$25,500.
SCOTT'S FERRY
Between Wewahitchka and Blountstown. 2 bd., 1 ba. mobile
home. Close to water with deeded access to boat ramp on
Chipola River. Reduced $14,700.
COMMERCIAL
6450 Highway 98, St. Joe Beach, across from beach, lot size
50'x200', building approx. 870 sq. ft., has small kitchen area,
bath and utility. $130,000.,
Mexico Beach Business District. This commercial lot cur-
rently has a mobile home located on it. Location directly
across the street from the Chamber Building, $30,000 or $5,000
down & balance at 9%.
LOTS
WATERFRONT:
St. Joseph Shores between Port St. Joe and St. Joe Beach on
Hwy. 98 nice lot75' on the water, $85,000.
Mexico Beach: Water St., for those who want to be right on
the canal. Only one lot left. Lot measures irregularly. $40,000.
Wetappo Creek estalgt,: ^Al dc(tle0$ *6
Wetappo Creek Estates: tA2i cred with a deep water
dock, $21,000.
Several acres, on Wetappo Creek, $25,000 and up.
BEACHSIDE
Mexico Beach, 40th St., 2nd from beach, lot 10, block 7, Unit
5, 2 septic tanks already installed. $65,000.
Mexico Beach, 41st St., Unit 7, Blk 9, lot 20, 75'x90', $40,000.
Mexico Beach, 41st St., Unit 7, Blk 8, lot 7, 75'x100', $45,000.
GULFAIRE SUB.,
Lot 3, Block J, Phase IV, owner financing ...................... $17,500


Stephens, Gregory Summers, Jo-
die Wear, .and Casie White..

Spend Your $$ at Home
Shop Port St. Joe! J


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

Lot 16, BIk C, Phase'Ill $18,500
Lbt 8, Bk G,- Phase I .................... 25,000
"Lot 23; Blk CPhabe II $14,900
Lot 6, Cristin's Curve, Phase IV, owner financing ...... $19,900
Lot 15, Blk E, Phase II $19,200
Lot 19, BIk C, Phase II (also has St. Andrews Bay sign) $17,500
Lot 5, BlkA, Gulfaire .,............. $55,000
Lot 2, Phase III, owner financing $16,000
Lot 6, Bik C, Phase I $65,000
Lot 10 Blk A Phase I ............ ............... $55,000
Lots3 & 4, Block I, Phase IV, owner finance ........... $17,500 ea.
PORT ST. JOE
Ward Ridge, Lots 13,14,.Blk 2, ea. $17,000
CAPE SAN BLAS
Peninsular Estates, Lot 16, Blk A $39,900
Treasure Shores, Lot 6, $28,000
ST. JOE BEACH
Americus & Selma, Lots 11 and 1, Block 10 ..........;.. ea. $15,000
Americus & Selma, Lot 13 $16,500
Coronado St., Lot 7, Block 29, Unit 2 $15,000
Ward & Ponce de Leon Sts. Lots 5 & 6,
Blk 45, Unit 2 ea. $15,000
Canal St., 1st block from beach, water tap in place ..... $25,000
Canal St., 1st block from beach, Block 10, lot9 ............ $18,000
Atlantic St., Lot 16, Blck 7 $19,000
COMMERCIAL
Hwy. 98 between Gulf Aire Dr. & Sea Shores Dr. Approx.
91' with a depth of about 200'. $1,000 per front foot.
Hwy. 98 & 16th St., Mexico Beach, 75'x100' comer lot, 100'
hwy. frontage. $82,000.
Hwy. 98 & corner of Pineda St., St. Joe Beach. Two 50'x90'
lots in an excellent location ea.$40,000.
OVERSTREET
Sunshine Acres, Lots 6 & 7, septic, power pole .......... $30,000
On Intracoastallot 19, septic, power pole, well .......... $35,000
Hwy. 71,4 mi. so. of Overstreet Rd., 10 acre lots 29 & 30
$27,500
Patrick St., 170'x260' $6,500
1 acre between fire station and church Overstreet $20,000
Hwy. 386, near Overstreet, 3 acres, all for ................ $19,500
Sunshine Acres, 2.93 acres $12,000
Creekwood Estates, lot 4 $12,000
Wetappo Ridge Subd., lots 63, 71, Blk 1, both ............. $11,000
Sunshine Farms, lot 25-A, 2.73 acres, $12,500.
MEXICO BEACH, NORTH SIDE OF HWY. 98
Homes Only
Grand Isle Sud., Nan Nook Rd., Lot 3,
Blk. B, Unit 15, $14,200
Grand Isle Subd., William Way, Lots 1, 2, Blk D, Unit 15,
both lots for $23,500 or each lot. $13,500
Grand Isle Subd., comer of W. Way & Charles -
Lot 6, Block D, Unit 15 $10,500
Pine St., Unit 11, Block 6, lot 6, 75'xl00',................. $12,500
16th St.,lotadjacet g% Blte ....... $17,500
Homes or Mobile Homes
Georgia & 3rd, lots 1 &2, Blk. 16, unit 12,
owner financing, both $27,000
Georgia Ave. Lot 5, Block 16, Unit 12 $15,000
Maryland Ave., Lot 5, Blk. B, Unit 12,
owner financing $13,500
Fortner, between 7th & 8th, part of lots 11, 12,13 ...... $15,000
PANAMA CITY BEACH
Biltmore 50'x100', 1st add. Lot 6, Block F .................. $18,000
BEACON HILL
Blk. 23, Lots 13, 14, 15, owner financing, .............. $19,500 al
Blk 25, Lot s 16, 18, 20, Fifth Ave., owner financing .$16,500 al
Block 25, Lot 14, Fifth Avenue $5,500
Block 18, Lot 5, Owner Financing $22,000
PORT ST. JOE
Marvin Ave., lot 2, block 95 $15,000
BEACON HILL BLUFF
Beautiful lot overlookin i (Pl. I $47,500
SEA SHORES SUBDIVISION
Blk. D, Lot 23 0 L ...................... $15,000
GULF CO. FARMS
Lots 29 & 30, 10 acres, septic tank, well & power pole. Off
Hwy. 71 south of Wewa $27,500
WEWAHITCHKA
Stone Mill Creek Creek runs through property, 40 acres,
$57,900 or 20 acres, $30,000.


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Gleanings From My Garden


Spit-Up On Your Shoulders
"Sors are a heritage from the Lord, children a reward from Him."
(Psalm 127:3, NIV).


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

Sunday School 10 a.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Evening Worship 6 p.m.
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St. Joe Assembfy1 of od
S r V 309 6th Street.Port St. Joe
Sunday School ........................ 10:00 am
Morning Worship Service........ 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Service .......:... 6:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study......... 6:30 pm
William J. Wilson
Pastor
t Come and Receive (ods.B Bessings t :


Constitution And.tfonument
Catchfthe tPotSt. Yac
THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH,
Sunday School......... 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship .........7:30 p.m.
Morning Worship.... 11:00 a.mi Choir Practice
Methodist Youth Wednesday............7:30 p.m.
Fellowship..... 5:00 p.m.
Rev. Zedoc Baxter Charlotte Henderson
PASTOR YOUTH/ CHOIR DIRECTOR


"The Exciting Place to Worship"

First Baptlst Church

102 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Florida

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




CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


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


Worship
11 a.m. Sunday
Nursery


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


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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


2/17-6/93 Phone 648-8144


THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH, IN GULF COUNTY

ST. JAMES' PORT ST. JOE
+&x .7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (EDT)
+:++ Sunday School 9:45
++ + ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor


"THE MIRACLE CENTER"
NEW COVENANT MISSIONARY WORLD OUTREACH CENTER...
The Family Church
252 Avenue E, Port St. Joe, Florida Church Phone: 229-8137
8Pastor: 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 R
823 N. 15th Street
648-5776
Sun. Bible Study (all ages) ..................9:00 CST
Morning Worship.............................. 10:00 CST
Evening Worship ............... ................6:30 CST
Wed. Bible Study (all ages)................6:30 CST
Rev. Tommy Doss, Pastor


By Rev. Steve Cloud


Since becoming parents, our dry-cleaning bill has tripled. Getting
dressed on Sunday for church, I discovered a spit-up spot on the lapel
of my coat. so I quickly changed,: only to discover the same kind of
dried up, cakie spot on each of my coats. You can always tell who the
-new parents are at church. They are the ones with bloodshot eyes,
smelly hands, and conspicuous spots on the shoulders and lapels of
their clothing. Parenting is the most humbling and humiliating adven-
ture on the face of the earth. It just happens also to be the most excit-
ing, joyful, and fulfilling endeavors that God ever gave. We have four
children, ranging in age from 10 years to 3 years. They all were want-
ed, planned, and are loved. I figured up the ,other day, if we decide not
to have any more, we will have changed diapers on at least one kid (of-
ten we had two in diapers) every day for over ten years.
Disposable diapers have always made this awful task a little more
bearable. But my wife and I got smart. We decided it was more eco-,
nomically smart and environmentally safe to go back to cloth diapers.
After about two days of this, I wondered to myself, whose environment
were we preserving? It certainly was not the' immediate area of the di-
aper changing. Washing and ringing out soiled diapers in a commode
that flushes sluggishly anyway made' me love and appreciate my par-
ents a whole lot more. I learned something real fast: washing out dia-
pers is much like parenting, and for that matter life in general-if you
are afraid you are going to get your hands dirty, you won't get much
done. The best way to wash out a diaper is also the best way. to live-
Just roll up your sleeves and get both hands wet, smelly; and riasty.
Hopefully, there will always be soap and water nearby and you can oc-
casionally clean up, But also remember to take your coats to the
cleaners. .. .regularly.


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From the
Principal's Desk

Wewahitchka

High School
By Larry A. Mathes:


Important Summer
School Information
Due ,to construction, WHS's summer school program will be
held in two locations. The letter a student receives should tell the
student where to report. Scheduled locations are as follows:
Mathematics, Language Arts, Science, & Social Studies classes-,
will report to the Wewahitchka Elementary School lunchroom at
7:30 a.m., June 6.
All others. (Drivers Ed., Alternative Ed., Oceanography, Music,
and Phy. Ed/Recreation) report at 7:30.a.m. at the WHS commons.
A very important item-any parent who would like his/her
name on the ballot to choose new members of the School Advisory
Committee, please call and give your name to the office (639-2228)
or give your name to Grady Booth, current Chairman. We must add
new members each year. Please volunteer!
Many thanks to all who played a part in Baccalaureate and
Graduation ceremonies. All went well, and: senior sponsors,: Sue
Dickens and .Dawin Grace, are to commended for their arrange-
ments!
The usual comments are repeated each year-"What will you all
do with all your free tile this summer now that school's out?" and
the answer is the same-at the high school, we immediately start
on next year's plans and preparations. Summer School starts June,
6, and scheduling, handbook revisions, implementation of several
new programs, etc. There's no shortage of work, and this summer
major projects at WHS will keep things disrupted. The media center
will have asbestos removed from the ceiling, and then Honheywell
will completely redo the air ,on-itioning system and contr:1's. A big-
thanks to the Gulf county Schopl Board for tackling these two pro- '
Jects in the interest of good health and student comfort.
Retirement dinner honoring Mrs. Etna Gaskin and Mr. Bo Ow-
ens \vill be Thursday night in Panama City at the Black Angus Res-
taurant. Many years of experience will be lost to WHS as we bid
"Happy Retirement" to two teachers who have served WHS and Gulf
County well.


ntinues Througation


Continues Thrugho


June17
Summer B Registration
Registration for the Summer
B semester at Gulf Coast Com-
munity College will continue
through June 17, during regular
office hours, Monday through
Thursday, from 7:30 a.m. to 6
p.m. and on Friday from 7:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Office of Ad-
missions and Records. Students'
are required to see a general
counselor in Student Develop-
ment in order to receive a Course
Approval Card.
All registration fees for Sum-.
mer B are due June 17. Students
are responsible for all fees due.
Summer B classes begin June'21.
For more Information about
Summer B registration, call 872-
3892.
GCCC Health Sciences
Graduation/Pinning


Ceremonies
The Health Sciences Division
of Gulf Coast Community College
will hold the paramedic gradua-
tion ceremony on June 14 at 6
p.m. The Dental Assisting, pin-
ning and Dental Hygiene recogni-
tion ceremony will be held June
16 at 7 p.m. The Respiratory Care
pinning ceremony will:be held on
June 27 at 6 p.m. All ceremonies.
will be held in the George G. Tap-
per Health Sciences Building Lec-
ture Hall. The public is invited to'
attend.
Procurement Technical
Assistance Seminar and
Counseling .
The Bay County Small Busi-
ness Incubator, Gulf, Coast Com-
h munity College's Small Business
4 Development Center, and the
U' university of West Florida'a Pro-
, curement Technical Assistance


The Port St. Joe Church of Christ
wiU hold a Gospel Meeting June 5-8 at 7 p.m. nightly.
Sunday morning 11:00 a.m. Howard Reece,
gospel preacher 55 years; Rightly Dividing The
Word Of Truth.
Sunday Night Shane Deese, former preacher at
Lynn Haven Church of Christ:; Dr. Luke's
Prescription for Christianity.-
Monday Night Louis Consoli, 4 year former
minister;The Macedonian Call
Tuesday Night Shane Deese, Lift Up The Savior
Wednesday Night Howard Reece, What The Law
of Moses Could Not Do
The Church meets at the corner of 20th Street and Marvin
Avenue. Dinner on the grounds June 5. We invite everyone to
come and hear the gospel preached "Which is able to save your
souls." James 1:21


Card of Thanks
The family of Scott Patterson
would like to thank the entire
community for such an outpour-
ing of love in a very difficult and
sad time. The generosity and
prayers were abundantly more
than sufficient. Phone calls and
visits were ,greatly appreciated
and we sincerely thank each of
you for precious gift of friendship.
The family of Pat Patterson

Bible School_
Center will host a free seminar
called, "Selling to the Govern-
ment" on. Thursday, June 9, from
6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Gulf Coasi
Community College in the Stu-
dent Union Building, room 244.
The program is part of a se-
ries of seminars geared toward
helping small businesses under-
stand the government and mill-
. tary procurement process.
The seminar and counseling
are free to area businesses. Semi-
nar seating is limited. Advance
registration and counseling ap-
pointments may be made by call-
ing the Small Business Incubatoi
at 271-1107.


St. Matthews Harvester Church
Pastor Michael Lister &
.68"72 St. Matthew's Presents
"L "vove Affair"
Creating Intimacy qVith God
JUNE 3-5

Friday -7 p:m. Wewahitchka Community Building
Saturday--7 p.m. Panama City Mall Holiday Inn Conference Room, 2001 N. Cove Blvd.
Sunday -7p.m. ET Tallahassee Best Weslern Conference Room, 2016 Apailachee Pkwy;



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









Part of the Friendly Place._

BIBLE STUDY...... ......... 9.4 a m EVENING WORSHI ,,.......7:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIP .... 11.00 a m. .............WEDNESDAY..................7:00 p.m.
CHURCH TRAINING .. ...........5:45pm......................................

Long Avenue Baptist Churchd
1601 Long Avenue
DANIEL-W. DUNCAN BUFORD COX
S Pastor Minister of Music





M r 508 Sixteet n T hi Stree t .....7
Sunday Morning Celebration and Worship.................... 10:00 a.m.
Thursday Night Bible Study.............................................. .m.
Intercessory Praye at. The Rck Mon.-Fr ..... .....7:00- 00 a.m.
-' '0 9: a. '~m.
Stray FamilyNight Intecession........................... 7:00 p.m.
The Rock Teens..........................................To Be Annonced
103 Garrison Avenue 9:00A 12:00ru 2:00 4:00
Office Phone: 227-2033 : Mo a Friday: 9:00- 12:00,


qy AN FIRST PRESBYTERIAN..
CHURCH
S508 Sixteenth Street .s 227-175
psa SUNDAY WORSHIP..... ..................u10:00. a.m.
unday Nigt ADULT SCHOOL ...... ................... a.m.

I'Nursery Available.

The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor:




[frt 111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410 ,

day Morning Church : .... ...........9:00 a.mr. CT
Church School ...................... 0:00 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 neverhunger; and he that believes
on me will never thirst "





Upstairs First Union Bank Building Monument Ave.
Sunday Morning Bible Study for all ages 9:00am
Soul Satisfying Worship Service -10:00am
Sunday Afternoon Discipleship Training 5:00pm
m Informal Sunday Night Service 6:oopm Wed. Night Prayer Service 6:30pm
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOB, FL THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1994


Note of Thanks
We, the family of the late Mr.
Willie J. Allen, would like to
thank each and every one of you
for your kindness during the days
he spent in the hospital and the
passing of our loved -one. Thanks
for the flowers, cards, telephone
calls, telegrams food, donations,
and the visitation. Thanks to the
Gilmore-Southerland Funeral Di-
rector for a job well done, and.the
beautiful funeral service.
Yours in Christ,
Wife, DorotheaAllen.
Children; Donald A., Anthony L.,
and Ola E. Skanes'

t Card of Thanks
The family of the late Kincheh
B. Hall wishes. to acknowledge
with sincere thanks and appreci-
/ation all the acts of kindness
shown doing his short illness and
each word of comfort spoken dur-
ing our hours of bereavement. We
pray that God will shower you
with his richest blessings.
The Hall Family

r SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR










THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1994 PAGE 5B


CHILDREN'S HEALTH FORUM




Summertime Safety

Reminders


9 By .
-.*" Elizabeth C. Jones, M.D.

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


Wewahitchka

Elementary

News...
By Linda Whitfield


Former Principal Harrell
SHolloway in Bay Medical
As of thi' 'Writing. former
principal Harrell Holloway is in
Bay Medical Center ICU, but Is
doing fine. Mr. Holloway had sur-
gery on Monday to remove a
blood clot.
How Much Is This
Going to Set Us Back?
Pre-schooler Matthew Miller,
son of Robert and Sharon Miller.
Is a very bright little boy. not to
mention precocious! When he re-
ceived information on kindergart-
en lunch prices, he asked his
mother 'f he had to pay for his
lunch out of his piggy bank. His
mother told him that she believed
they could pay for that. Clever
Matthew- was quick to retort,
"Well, how much is that going to
set us back?"
Proud Moms of a Graduate
; Kim Ludlam gave me a large
pin that said,. "Proud Mom of a
Graduate". Five mothers at our
school can say that now. Rhonda
Pridgeon, Linda Tremaln. Teresa
Redd, Linda Chan, and myself are
all proud mothers of a recent
graduate. Their sons and daugh-
ter graduated on Friday 'night.
May 20, at what was the best
graduation I ever remember. This
is just one- of the many mile-
stones our young people will go
through in life. Best wishes to all
of them. -
Black Brant
We believe the rocket launch
at WES this year was one of the
best ever. The cool weather was
perfect, -the kids Interested, and
the rockets all worked. Black
Brant, however, never returned to
earth. Somewhere In Honeyville
or maybe Dalkelth, Black Brant is
lying on the ground.
The Kelleys Shake Hands With
Former President Jimmy Carter
WES Principal Jerry Kelley's
sen Casey waskin a baseball tour-
nament in Georgia this past
weekend. Jerry and,his wife Carol
decided that since they were so
close they would zip over to
Plains and see where former Pres-
ident ,Jimmy Carter lives. They
were .in,. luck. President Carter
had taught his usual Sunday
Schpol, class and. graciously -.
shook hands with all the specta-
tors and 'willingly had his picture
with them. He Joked that he'd
have to hurry and go home and
eat some Sunday dinner. Mrs.
Kelley said they were looking for
some good old collard greens; un-
fortunately, they were not invited
'.to dine! If you, are interested,
President Carter will be teaching
his Sunday school class every
Sunday in June. then he has to,
go out of town. If you're game for
a relatively short drive to see him,
go for it. 'o : h a
Sixth Graders Go Out With a


Mardi Gras
Tuesday night at 6, the sixth
grades at WES left their elemen-
tary school years behind with a
traditional sixth grade ceremony
and then whooped it up at their
Mardi Gras reception. Teachers
Becky Birmingham, Debbie Bax-
ley, Lori Price decorated the com-
mons In true Mardi Gras style.
even though it isn't Fat Tuesday!
Senior Showcase
Jeremy Pridgeon, Beau Whit-
field. Eric Ramsey. Josh Colbert,
and Adam Taylor were chosen to
play on the Senior Honor Team in
Tallahassee and Quincy. The Big
Bend Team played the Tallahas-
see All-Stars on Monday and
again on Tuesday. Congratula-
tions to the live fine players that
were picked.
Class Pictures
Parents, if you have any
packages of your child's class pic-
tures, please bring them in to the
elementary school. Even though
school was out for your child on
Wednesday, the office will be
open periodically throughout the
summer. Please return the pic-
tures or bring in the money.
James" Rouse & Betty Gainous
To Retire at the
End of the Year
Friday, May 27, the PTO and
teachers will honor two retiring
members of our faculty; James
Rouse and Betty Gainous. Mr.
Rouse teaches Chapter I and Mrs.
Gainous maintains the Chapter I
computer lab. Steaks, gifts,
speeches, and songs will be given
to these two fine members of our
staff. We'll miss them.
Last Column Until Next August
This will be the last column
until school starts again. I have
been writing this for five and one-
half years and enjoying every,
minute of it. ,


With Proper Planning You Can ave A



Lush Lawn Without A Lot ofWatering


You can maintain an ade-
quate lawn without extensive wa-
tering, -providing,. you condition
your turfgrass for drought. Al-
though drought usually is
thought of in terms of months or
years, lawns amy suffer drought
injury after only. a few )rainless
days.
Florida faces an increasing
water shortage and potential re-
strictive water use regulations
problems stimulated by demands


of a growing populations. So we
must employ good water conser-
vation practices including limited
landscape irrigation.
Fortunately, we can drastical-
ly restrict perhaps even eliminate
lawn. irrigation, If we properly
condition our lawn to withstand
drought. This process involves a
number of changes in commonly
accepted practices. In addition to
irrigation, mowing fertilization,
pest control, and grass selection.
even turf alternatives must be
evaluated.

Obviously, grass needs water
to survive. So proper irrigation .i .
.our first consideration. Numerous
Flight sprinklings produce shallow-:
Iroot systems. Lawns' should be-'
watered only when signs of wilt
first appear when the grass be-
gins to turn bluish-gray.. foot
prints remain for a long time, and
leaf blades begin to curl. When
this occurs, apply only enough
water to wet the rootzone. About
an inch usually is sufficient. do
not add more water until signs of
wilt are seen again, through this
process, the lawn will gradually
develop a strong, deep root sys-
tem, less thatch, and a more uni-
form appearance.
Proper mowing is essential to
prepare turf for drought. To maxi-
mize food production and root
growth, leave as much leaf area
as possible, but using the highest
mower setting. Cut often enough
to minimize mowing shock, never
taking off. more than 1/3 the
height of grass at one time. Keep
your mower blades sharp and ad-
just mowing frequency to grass
growth rate.

A drought conditioning ferti-
lizer program requires an under-
standing of plant responses to ni-
trogen and potassium. Too much
nitrogen stimulates excessive leaf
production, while reducing root
growth-exactly the opposite of
the desired traits for minimum
water requirements. On the other
hand, potassium helps grasses
increase their tolerance to stress,
but promoting root growth and
development of thicker cell walls.
As with water, your fertilization
objective is to stimulate limited,
healthy grass growth and a deep



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.root system.
Excessive use of chemicals
causes lawn stress. So. pesticides
should be applied only at the first
4' signs of damage-not on a pre-
ventative basis. Early spot treat-
ments of limited areas are better
than treating the entire lawn. '


Natural drought' -tolerance-
varies greatly,with turfgrass spe-
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growth rate, bahia grass might be'
your best bet, because of its mod-
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minimum management needs.
Finally, you might even turn
to water-saving grass substi-
tutes-attractive ground covers.
mulches, or rock gardens. What-
ever you do. we hope you'll con-
sider every possibility for conserve
ing water in your landscape.


Mexico Beach







Harmon Realty, Inc.

BARBARA HARMON, Broker Barbara Mannon,.Sales Associate, 647-5004
Ann Six, Sales Associate, 229-6392


648-5767


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NEW LISTINGS:
CORONADO GULFVIEW #6, end of Coronado St. &
Hwy. 98., St. Joe Beach, waterfront. Supei nice
Ig I bd. 1 both unit on the Gulf' Private sun
deck Lg liv din & kit combo Completely fur-
nished' Good rental unit Kilchen has lots o at
cabinet & counter space. 'appliances Include
refrig. w/ice maker. a w. range, microwave
washer & dryer. Nice beach area' $70.000
6319 ALABAMA ST. (corner Nautilus Dr.) Sea Shores
Sub. Lovely 3 bd., 2 ba single family home on
Ig. corner lot w/gulf view' Formal liv rm Lg. tam
rm. has beautiful 2-sided stone f p thai is the fo-
cal point, and separates the dining area Great
kitchen has all wood cabinets, lots of counter
space & center work Island' Split bdrm floor
plan has large master bdm w/full walk-In closet
& bath w/Jacuzzi garden ub. Ig. dressing area
Lg laundry rm off kitchen connects to main
bath Double car garage Screened porch off
dining area has gulf view, also sun deck off
fam rm has gulf view Nice yd w/sprinkler sys-
tem & shallow well. S 120,000
HWY. '98 BET. BALBOA & CORONADO ST. 50'x90' lot
across from dedicated beach with great view
of the gulf. Sepllc lank for 2 bdim on lot Yon's
Addition BIk. 16. Lot 3. S40.000.

FEATURE OF THE WEEK!
106 MAGELLAN ST. Charming 2 bdrm, 2 ba single
family home on 50'xl25' lot nly steps to the
beach. Completely furn. & ready for you to
move in Large screened porch in from has
view of the Gulf! Lovely back patio area with
picnic table & chairs. Ig. liv rm.,,.kitchen has
nie all 'wood cabinets. Inciludet'refri" V w./ikc6 -
m'" makej.ronge. and. microwave Batwei lreoms.',
- .-haqve large walk-In closets Util rm w/washer
and dryer. Ceiling fans throughout' Very nicely
decorated & well equipped' must see this one'
S72.500

HOMES Mexico Beach
ROBIN LANE: 117 x 1 12 4 lot on paved street in nice resi-
dential neighborhood Unit 17, Block 3. Lot 7
S 13.9_000. Reduced to $11,900.
206 HWY. 98 Mexico Beach. This 3 bdrm, 2 bo single family
'home has oil rhe right features, Located on 50x150 lot
across from DEDICATED BEACH with UNOBSTIuCTED GULF
VIEWI Living -roorr, has ceiling fan & great view of the
Gulf! Lg. screened porch on front' Lg kit & dining area.
Beaulifu] all wood cabinets w/lg pantry Bar-rrs have ceil-
ing fans. very nicely coordinated wallpaper Vertical
blinds throughout house. 24 x35 double car garage w/
storage room. Circle car dnieways inr, front of house w/
back fenced yard! Excell. cond. $125,000.00.
Sunkist Townhome f1, 109 A. 41st Street, Mexico Beach:
BEACHSIDEII One bedroom one both lowrhome corn.
pletel/ furnished only steps to the bebcn' End unit has
fenced prikole bock and side yard area Nice deck
ajsii rm arn fur.
nifs,' ,1en re ,g V nd kItch-
en. great room has cathedral ceiling. Kitcher, has
large bar Mteral storage building outside!a Must see
this onel $52,500.00.
106 N. 191h Street: 3 bedroom. 2 rath stucco home in nice lo-
cation onr/ I block lo0e a 6tciD! Ni large 100 x 100
lot LI.ng room and dir'g c1ahc""" has bar Centalol
Heat/AC Covered- Tc.rt porch. Only e8 ,008.89.
$8g,000g00. REDUCED TO $50,000.00. Call for more details
602 Fortner Avenue Stucco DUPLEX only 1/2 block to the
BEACHI 2 T'o biroom, orne boathunirs Completely
fuinlshed -.5 S each
unit Excellent e'tZalsresen"lented. a53.5U'00
13th Street Two bedroom. one both stilt home 1/2 block
to theBeochl N1ee r og TL .orge deck on front
and side Parllol vlbbujOwner will finance
S55.000 00. : ,.
64 Magnolia Ave.: lri uniquely designed 2 story home has,
many feature to consider Onl/ 1/2 block to the
beach! 3 bedrooms. 2 full boths ( upstaolrs. 1 down-
tairs) LI. rr has ceiling fan. track llgning, & sliding
doors which lead to large covered cldeck w/view of
the gulf Also side sun deck oft kitchen w/bor and flou-
rescent lighting Completely fenced /ard makes nice
pri.ale outdoor living Lots of shade Irees 85000,99.
SReduced to $79,500.00. Also addltlonol adjacent lot
for S25.000 00 .. ..


5612 Hwy. 98 (Corner of Selma) St. Joe Beach: Relo and
enjo,,y the view from the screened porch that over-
looks the Gull! UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW DEDICATED
BEACHI This tAo bec r Ir.etlh block home has
stood the lest of imbL rW, l hn with dining area
Living room has gofflMi of GiTff On 74 ii 90 corner
'lot Single carport' In good condition! A good buy at
79,o000-0- $72,000.00.
354 Desoto St.: Large tour bedroom, two bath brick home on
two Ig. corner lots .ithn .eautlrul shade trees Formal hv
rm- and dining rm Lg family rm w/ce ing lan and built-in
enlerlpi nt er .lasteL cdrm _i.,.h cerarrik me
hook-ups. Fron .:. red porca eeda io e P 'ithlr.
walking distance to beach!Reduced to $65,000.00.
235 Santa Anna: 2 bedroom. I 1/2 bath brick home on 2
large lots Li rng arnd dining great ro-:)mn wcolhe:ral
ceilings and b l, uice n has all docd
cabinets Master bIo, ras 12boh and lull walk-
in closet Screerd-i h..atae shed Separate
area set-up for mobile home hook-up w/septc water.
and power. Only short walk to Beoch! $69,000.00.

LOTS ON MEXICO BEACH
Residential Zoned for Homes Only
Texas Drive (2) 100 100 lor in residential area. Unlt i4.
BIk G. Lots 7 8 59.000 00 each
California Drive t I & 1/2 los in residential area Unir 14. Blk
F. Lot 7 & portion lot 8 50.000 00.
New Mexico Drive (5)100 x158 33 lois. Mexico Beach Unit
14, BIk B. Lots 9 11 13. 15, 17 $6,000.oo Each.
New Mexico Drive 100 x158 33 I.:t Unit 14 BIk A. Lot 8 Re-
duced $5,000.00.
Texas Drive 100x108' 16t Unit 14. Bik F. Lot 6 6-809 00
Owner will finance. REDUCED TO .416,00.1G. $4,900.00.
Arizona Drive: (2) 100x108 lots Ur.iT 1d. BIk D. Lots 2, 4
S7.000 00 each
71h Street: (2) 100P108 33 lois Unit 14, BIk D. Lots I 3
S 7,000 00 each.
Corner of New Mexlte Drive Maryland Blvd.: 100 x
r e i ,15 33 :/lot.:Upi S-copcorftelr P /4hade

' i '12 .I.. O6reiincr.c'inrg ReddbLed 1t-$,500.00 each.
Colorado Drive: 100 x 158 33 loft. Unit 14, Blk C. Lols 15. 17.
19 S7.500 00 each
Texas Drive (2) 100 000 lots Unirt 14, Bik G. Lots 9. 10
58.000 00 each
71h Streel 100 x08 lot On paved street. Walking distance
to the Beach Unr 14. BkR D. Lor 15 Si0,00000
Wysong Avenue: 109 x 100 nice shaded lot or, paved
street in nice subdisior, Underground utilities Unit 17
Bik 1. Lot 6 $12,000.00.
Palm Streel: (2) 75 t 100 lots only I block to the Beach.
Nice shade trees, in residential area. S13.000 each.
Unit 11 Bik 6. Lois 11, 13
Magnolia Ave.: 75x102 lot only 1/2 block Io the gulf! Good
gulf view Uniri II Blk 8. Lot 7 $25.000 00.
Corner Oak Avenue & Palm Streel 1 1/2 lols. large size ir-
regular shaped ONLY 1/2 block to the Beach! COwner
will finance Urir '1, BIk 8. E 1/2 or LOI 16. All of Ilo 18.
S29 800 00
Lots-Wysong Avenue: Two (2) large lois on paved street in
nice residential neighborhood w/underground utilities
Cleared, filled, beautiful shade trees! $30,000.00
California Drive: 100 x 108 33 lot w/ig septic tank Nice
neighborhood $12,000.00. Mexico Beach Unir 14 Bik
E.Lot 12
Corner Texas Dr. and Hwy. 386-A: Two large corner lots with
nice shade trees Nice neighr-orhood 520.000 00 MeAlco
Beach Urnitr 14. Blk F. Lors 24.26
Maryland Blvd. 75xi00 lot Unit 2A. Bik C, Lot 4.
S 13.000 00 Zoned for mobile homes.
41sl Street 75 x 90' beachslde lot. Unit 7,. BIk 9, lot 12.
S40,000 -
ST. JOE BEACH -
Americus Avenue 70 x 100 lot 0n first block Io the beach
Beautiful shade Ireesi view of the gulf $17,500.00.
/on s addition to Beacon Hill. BIk i i lot 10
Americus Avenue Larqprregular aped lot in first block
to the beach Nic LIreZJ. Good view of, the
Gulfl S 17,.500 00. -
GULFAIRE
Gulfaire Drive, Phase 1: 65 x 'T rp ot Gulf viewl BIk B,
lot i2 Q 40,0o. Reducer" W,D.00.
Gulfaire Drive, Gulfaire Subdivision 70x115'. home lot. BIk
G, Lot 2 Good view of the Gulf S35.000.00.
: : WATERFRONT
Hwy. 98 Si. JOSEPH SHORES 120 397' waterfront. lot.
S 120.000 00. Possible owner financing
OVERSTREET
HWY. 386-- 4 acres on HaY y 86 wirn 40'x60' CMMERCIAL
STEEL-BUL'ILDING and 2 bdrm.. 1 bath 12 x60 mobile


BEACON HILL home. Ideal for t:.u:;ness and home. 240' dee
JUNIPER LODGE, 7112 W. Hwy. 98 Beacon Hill. ATTENTION IN- Septic .system v.,lalalow fo 3 bdrm. unit. Ap
VESTORSII II toure looking for a muini-urit apartment :. acres cleared .*.itI pond 300' fronftage on Hs
building close to the beach, we hae what ioure look- Much more Call rr more details. ,$75000 .-R
Ing for l Thi; 2 story building hao four rental units jsrt across $64,500.
Ihe hwy from the beochi Three one bedroom. one both Pine Streel 1 02 acres with power pole on property
units and on two bedroom, one bath urnill All units are 270' close, to canal S20.000 00
metered sepororeil for eiecrr,c. shored water meter. Two .229 Forest Ave., : bedroom. 2 bath double wide
u.psrtairs urnits hove sun deck whtlch overlooks the Guljfl home on 1 1/8 acres. Very well kept & mainto
Two large garage areas fr storage with possible efficlen- mint.cohd. Living room has cathedralcceiling ,
cy apartment area or back of units,. also parking lot at fan. Kitchen has ba1- and very adequate cabir
bock of lor Central heat & AC In each unit, PresenttHi counter spet r4f1l It'
rentedl Lcr- size 83 or, H.,V/ 98 x 76 6 x 87 04 v 74 55 walk-in cloef arf-g en tW i
$1400(0 j completely cleared. Small fish pond, Fruit tree
HWY. 98 BEACON HILL 0 Walt ,,( 8 .'8,000.00. garden spot. Large covered porch on front. -
HWY. 986- BEACON HILL I o t Ps. v98. Beautiful loca- 263 Reduced to 4900.. $39,900.00.
flohl $35,000n.00. 0 i 263 Forest Ave., Overst(eet: Two bedroom, 1 bath
ST. JOE BEACH hone on 1.12 acres. Cen. gas heat/elec. a/c
106 MAGELLAN ST. Charming two bedroom, two bath single ances include refrig., range. 12'x16' storage b
family home on.50' x, 125' lot only steps to the beach! 50'x100' stocked pond. Utility area w/washer
Completely, furnished and ready for you to move in!" hook-ups. Excellent starter home. 426,900.40. Rc
Large 31'xl 1 screened porch on front hcs view of the to $23,900.00:
Gulfl Lovely back patio area with picnic table & chairs. 406 N. Canal Dr., Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath stucco h
Lg i'-. rm,,. kitchen has nice all wood cclbiets. include. the Intracoastal waterway. Beautiful lot with 100'
refrig, w/ice-maker, range, & rr.icrowa .e Both cedr.:-c.mns Intracoastal, approx. 1 acre. Liv. rm. has cathedrc
have Ig. walk-in closets. Util. rm. with washer & dryerJ Cell- w/ceiling fan. Lg. sliding glass dr. leads to patio,
Ir g fans throughout! Very nicely decorated and well looks the Intracoastal Waterway. Relax & watch t
equipped! Must see this one! $72,500.00. go buy! Kit. has all wood cabinets, nice bar w/spc
142 Pine Street- Charming three bedroom, one bath home. appliances, include refrig., range, dishwasher, i
beautiful corner lot with lots of shade trees-just 1 chine. Master bdrm. has Ig.. closet w/bifold mirror
S block to the beach!. Sunken living room with lovely jacuzzl tub in both w/lg. walk-in closet. Cen.
free-standing fireplace and ceramic tile flooring, heat/ac (heat pump), satellite dish S95,000.00.
Bright, airy kitchen witoa pplian ncluded: refrigera-
tor, electric range, is he microwave, washer
and dryer. Nice lor s&pi(-epatio area In bock
yard Detached onetar garage with lots of storage..
space. Central Heat/AC. In Excellent condition! Very'
nicely decorated! Excellent beach home or nice stat-
' er home Only $66,000.00. ,
CORNER OF 14TH STREET & HIGHWAY 98

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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1994


Party for Care Center Residents,
The ladies of the John C. Gainotus Auxiliary #10069 held a Mother's Day Party for the residents of
the Bay St. Joseph Care Center. Jessie Owens received a corsage for being the oldest mother. Serving
the residents were (shown left to right) Margaret Barker, Joan Phillips, Virginia Seefeld,' andd Maxine
Robinson. Not Shown,.Inez Glass.


S PUBLIC NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO. 94-123
IN RE: The Marriage of
WILLIAM ANDREW WHITE,
Husband/Respondent,
And
AUDRY MARIE KING WHITE,
Wife/Petitioner.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: William Andrew White
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against
you and youi are req.iled to serve a copy of your
Answer or ciher repon:..le to the Petition on Petl-'
tioner's Attorney: ROBERT M. MOORE, P. 0. Box
248, Port St Joe., Florida 32456. and file the origi-
nal thereof In the Circuit Court Clerk's Office, Gulf
County Courthouse. Port St. Joe, Florida 32456,
on or before the 20th day of June, 1994. If you fall
to do so, a Final Judgment for the relief sought
may be granted by default.
DATED this the 11 th day of May, 1994.
BENNY C. LISTER
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox
Deputy Clerk
Publish: May 19 & 26, June 2 & 9, 1994.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9394-15
The B.ird ,,of Counry CorrrrLsi.oners orf Gulf
County Flarila. ill receive sealed Li. I'from any


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6.99


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7.29


person, company, or corporation Interested In pur-
chasing from the County the following described
personal property:
1976 Chevy Stake Bed PIck-Up Truck
located at the South Gulf County Vol-
unteer Fire 'Department. For further
information, please call (904) .229-
S 8182 or (904) 229-1199.
Delivery date must be specified..
Liquidated damages for failure to deliver
unit on specified -date will be set at $25.00 per
day., ,
Please Indicate on envelope that this Is a
SEALED BID, the BID NUMBER, .and what the bid
is for.
Bids .ill be received until 5:00 p.m., EDT,
J..i.e 14 1994, at the Office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court, Gulf County Courthouse, 1000 Fifth
Street, Port St. 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.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
1 BED NO. 9394-16
The Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida. will receive sealed bids from any
person, company, or corporation interested, in sell-
' ng to the County the following described personal
property; -
; '1994 1/2 Ton 4 Wheel Drive Pick up.
Short Wheel Base. A.tomatic Traits





FREE to good home, gold point'
Siamese, all shots, great cat, call 229-
8664. Itc 5/26
HAPPY JACK SKIN BALM:
Checks scratching. relieves hot spots
.and irritated skin without steroids.
Promotes healing & hair growth on
dogs & cats! Available OTC Barfield's
Lawn & Garden, 229-2727. >.
10to5/12

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.-
S .4tc 5/5

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





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

1029 McClellan Ave., PSJ, for
Sale by Owner: Completely remod-
eled. 3 bdrm. (1 sm., 1 bath, Fla. rm.,
new roof, carpet, cen. "ac/h, wiring,
plumbing, etc. Well w/auto. sprinkler
system, fenced in backyard. By appt.
only. 229-6861. tfc 5/26
1,/2 acre lot with septic tank,
$9,500. Overstreet Road. Owner fi-
nancing, 227-2020, ask for Billy.
tfc 5/5


mission, A/C, P/S, AM/FM Radio,
Step-up Bumper, Side View Mirrors,
4.3 Liter Engine'or Greater. For fur-
ther information, contact the Gulf
County Solid Waste Department at
call (904), 227-3696, 8:00 a.m. 4:00
p.m. EDT.
Delivery date' must be specified.
Liquidated damages for failure to deliver
unit on specified date will be set at $25.00 per
-day..
Please ii.dic.te on envelope that this is a
SEALED BID the BID NMjMBER. and what the bid
is for. *
Bids will be received until 5:00 p.m., EDT,*
June 14, 1994, at the Office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court, Gulf County Courthouse, 1000 Fifth
Street, Port St. Joe,'Florida 32456. The Board.re-
serves the right to reject any and all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA,
,,i/ LVarren J Yeager Jr
Publish Ma/ 19 26. 1994.

NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION
THE GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Purpose and Effect: The Gulf Counry School
Board proposes to amend and adopt policies, as
provided for in the Adrrinistrlase Pprcedures Act.
for Lte purpose of bringing said policies into com-
pliance with Flanda Staiutes and State Board ol.
EducauEol Rules
summary: The following is a brief descrip-
ltion of each proposal change of Chapter 6GX23
2.400 Drunig-Free Workplace
5.99 Dnig.Free Workplace
6 79 Dnig-Free Workplace
2 500 Prohibition o' Harassmenti
4.527 Prohibition of Harassmnient
6.80 Prohibition of Harassment
Economic Impiact: This proposals will result
in no direct costs associated with implementation.
IF REQUESTED. A HEARING WILL BE HELD
AT'
TIme: 9:00 a.nr.,'E.T.
Date. Tiesda5. June 7. 1994
Place. Board Room. Gulf County School
Board OTice, 502 Niles Road. Port St Joe. FL
32456
The entire text of the proposed rules can be
inspected during regular oMce hours at the Gulf
County School Board Office. 502 Niles Road, Port
St. Joe, FL.,
Special legal' authority under which the
adoption is authorized and the law being simple.
mented and interpreted are made specific.
The-addition',and changes are proposed,:b
Charles T. Watson, Director of Support Services:
and approved for consideration by B. Walter Wild-
er, Superintendent.
Amendment.
2400 Drug-Free Workplace
5 99a Drug-Free workplacee
6.79 Drug.Free Workplace
2 500 Prohibiton of Harassment
4.527. Prohibition of Harassment
6.80 Prohibitionof Harassment
Publish: May 26. June 2, 1994.
'JOB NOTICE
The CIt) of Fort SL Joe will be accepting ap-
plicationis lr the CII s Stmrnmer Student Empl.y-
menit Program fur the followiig Job ies
Stac Houise
Wa-hiingl;.,i Recreauoii Center
PSJ Elementary G)m
WasiLetaier Treatment Plait
Applicatloris mo be picked up and returned
rt the Munilcipl BiiIlding. 305 Fifih Street. begin.
nin ii Thiursdt,. M.vy 1 -Junlie 2. 1994
Th-e" City of Port S Joe is an Eq.ual OpI.,rtunity/
AlIlrmamlie Action Empl.yer.
-E CITY OF PORT ST JOE
,JiM MALOY CITY ALDITOR/CLERK
Publish" M.s 19 5 26 1994i

IN T-fE CIRCITIT CO1 'RT, FOURTEENTH!
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
S. Case No. 94-80
WILLIAM H. CARR, JR.,
Plaintiff, ,, -
vs.'.I
ANDREW C. RICHARDS and Wife.
ANGELA M. RICHARDS,
Defendants. -
NOTICE OF SALE.
NOTICE IS GIVEN 'hat pursuant to A Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure DATED' MAY 23, 1994, IN
Case No. 94-80,' of the Circuit Court. Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit, f1 and for the County of Gulf,
State of Florida.'in which WILLIAM H. CARR, JR.,
is the Plaintiff, and ANDREW C. RICHARDS and
ANGELA M. RICHARDS are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest bidder for cash, In the Lobby of
the Gulf County Court House, Port St. Joe, Flori-
da. at 11:00 a.m. (Eastern Time) on Tuesday, June
14, 1994, the following described real property set
forth in, the Final Judgment of Foreclosure:
Commence at a concrete monument mark-
Ing the Northwest Comrner of the NE 1/4 of


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New Listings
308 Gulfaire Dr. 3 br., 2 ba. home'with den.
$105,000.00
205 Mississippi Dr. Mexico Beach. 2 br., 2 ba. mo-
'bile home, 3 blocks from beach. $39,900.00 ,
Howard Creek. Great fishing camp! 2 bd./1 ba.
screen porch, sun porch, $25,500.
Reduced
Scotts Ferry. Between Wewa and Blountstown. 2 br.,
1 ba. mobile home. Close to water with deeded ac-
cess to boat ramp on Chipola River $16,90 Re-
duced to $14,700.00


OF BAY
Co.


(904) 648-5716
820 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach
1-800-872-2782
IKE DUREN, Broker
salesperson ELLEN MEGILL, Salesperson


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'JANICE BROWNELL, Si
Res. 648-876


Section 33, TSS. RI IW. Gulf County, Flor-
ida. and thence go N8930'30"E .along the
North boundary of said Section 33 for
670.00 feet: thence go S00O0740"E for
67:60 feet to a point on the Southerly
right-of-way line of County Road (right-of-
way line as per field monumentation) for
the POINT OF BEGINNING. From said
Point of Beginning go N89*30'30"E along
said right-of-way line for 105.00 feet;
thence SOO*07'40"E for 210.00 feet;
thence S89"30'30"W for 105.00 feet;
thence NOO07'40"W for 210.00 feet to the
Point of Beginning. Said parcel of land ly-
ing and being In the NE 1/4 of Section 33,
TSS. RI 1W, Gulf. County, Florida, and
having an area of 0.51 acres, more or less:
ALSO, known as Lot 1.
DATED this the 24th dayof May. 1994.
BENNY C. LISTER. CLERK
Clerk of Circuit Court
/s/Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
Publish: May 26, June 2, 1994.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
IN ANDFOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO. 93-104


WACHOVIA CORPORATE
SERVICES. INC.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ASSOCIATES PRINTING COMPANY
Subdivision of
COMBINED AMERICA COMPANY, INC.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SAT F
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated: November 29,
1993, and entered in Civil Case No. 93-104 of the
Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of
the State of Florida, In and for Gulf County, and
pursuant to the Order Setting New Sale Date dated
oMay 12. 19-94 heiei, V.'ch.:. s Corr.raie S e' ic.
es Ilic is Piaiii.uT iiand Az;c.-l.:te- Prinli'n C.r.'p.a'
iV. a -ubdtt-iii ,:.. Ca.rri.iiii c Iic is De ii i I I1 tlll sell il o the htih-li bidder
IV.r c.ssh at Lhe lrc.i.t door -.I' the Gulfl C.:.ini
C.;'urtho-se iii Port SL J.:,e FIc-rida at I I 00 Elee -
en i OCl-ckl A.M ET.i,h the 2.d, d5.y ,4f June 19;4
the f-lloa, g de-crlbed property as .et I-,,rh iII
said Fil*al Ju,.grment .-wnit
'hai certaii, c -lwtruinim parcel
c.":.',r.o.ed ol' ULiti B? 7 id the in-r
-li i.,le.l h..ha e Ii 'the c.:mir--,tl ele-
men'-,u .ppI.-eiur. Uitherer:. In Fc.
corda .ce .th an'J SL.iC .' t 'LIheI
c( ot e anl t, coiidiu..ts, rer rmc-
tions, terms and other provisions
of the DECLARATION OF CONDO- .
MINIUM OF SEACLIFFS, A Condo-
miilum, with its attached exhtJ--.i-
as ,recorded In O.R. 6.- :.k I I6
Page 163, through 301 :f ', i.I
lic records of Gulf Ccii,i) Fl: IId
DATED thisl3th clay of May, 1994.
BENNY C. LISTER
CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
S/s/ Tonya Knox Deptity Clerk
Publish: May 19, 26. 1994.

PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City
Commission of the City of FPrt SL Joe. Florida, at
SIts meeting on the 7th day of June. 1994. at 8:00
p.m. EDT in the Municipal Building 5Lh street,
P".rt St Joe. florida. sill 'ahe first reading and
consider an Ordir.ar-.ce .ith the f'ollosing ode.
AN ORDINANCE AMENDINC SECTIONS 10'
29 OF TIHE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CIT'
OF POiTr ST JOC FLORIDA. BY ADDING SECC
TiON 10' y Uil PERTAIMNG TO 'PENALiiESi fOR
COMMERCCLL OiOWNERS OR COMMERCIAL T1E.N
ANTE FOR FAILURE TO SEPARATE CARNAGE
FROM PRECYCLADLES, PRO1DINOC FOR lIIE RE.
PEAL OF ALL ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF ORDI-
NANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH AND PROVID-
ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. .
and at Its meeting on June 21. 1994, at 8:00
p.m. EDT, In the municipal Building. 5th Street,


will consider for final adoption the above men-
tioned ordinance.
All Interested parties are Invited to attend
and be heard. Copies of said Ordinance are on file
at the office of the City Clerk and may be inspected
by the public during normal working hours.
THE CITY OF PORT Sr. JOE
/s/Frank Pate, Jr., Mayor-Commissioner
Attest: /s/ Jim Maloy, City Auditor-Clerk
Publish: May 26, 1994.

PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS i(ERLC'i Ci.T-N that the City
Commission of the CiAr)3.f 1 -i[ 5i Joe. Florida, at
its meeting on the 7th day of June. 1994. at 8:00


p.m. EDT In the Municipal Building, 5th street.
Port St. Joe. Florida. will consider proposals on the
sale or gift of dug or undug dirt to the City. All In-
terested parties are invited to submit proposals.
CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF PORT STr. JOE, FLORIDA
/s/Frank Pate. Jr., Mayor-Commissioner
Attest: /s/ Jim Maloy. City Auditor-Clerk
Publish: May 26. 1994.

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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1994 PAGE 7B


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'84 Pontiac T/A, lots of new
items, nice gift for young adult, 647-
3285. tfc 5/26
'84 Honda V-65 Magna,1100 cc,
great bike, low miles, 647-3285.
tfc 5/26
1987 Caprice Classic a/c, p/s,
p/b, p/w. $2,500. 229-6283.
ltp 5/26
1990 Lincoln Town Car Cartier,
loaded, 60,000. $11,200. Can be seen
at 120 Third St., Highland View. 229-
6449. 2tc 5/26
For Sale or Trade: 1979 Ford
F150, lb, V8, at, ac, pb, ps and fm ra-
dio. Inside cab almost new, ready to
go anywhere, $2,200 or trade for boat
on the style of a Blazer with stick
steering, elec. start motor, 25-50 hp
w/foot control trolling motor. Vic
Burke, 91 Duval St., Oak Grove. 227-
7292. 2tp 5/26
1982 Chevrolet Caprice, runs
good, $1,000 obo. 227-1293.
Surplus Vehicles: The Gulf
County School Board will receive
sealed bids for the sale and. removal
of two (2) vehicles from the Wewa-
hitchka Jr.-Sr. High School Automo-'
' bile Mechanics Facility.
One 1981 Ford- Fairmont, 4D,
ABP21B4BK130425, One unidentifia-
ble vehicle constructed as a .-hoist
truck.
The vehicles may be seen by con-
tacting 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. 21c 5/19


Heavy duty 1985, one-ton, 351
engine, 8 cylinder, 4-wheel drive Ford
pick-up. $2,500. Call 229-1056.
2tp 5/19


CASH NOW BUYI
Used Cars and Trucks. I
out-of-state vehicles. Two loc
- serve you. Mayhann Motor,
Joe, 229-6584, Mayhann Us
Wewahitchka, 639-5810.


NG
Local and
nations to
Port St.
ed Cars,


To All Interested Parties: Persons
who have motors or boats at SHINER
BOAT & MOTOR REPAIR ON HWY. 71,
N, WEWAHITCHKA, FL may pick up
your items on May 31; 1994 between
the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Proof of
ownership will be required.
S Ie 5/26
19' Fleetwlng boat and trailer,
125 hp Evinrude motor, new electric
ignition 'and tune up. $1,495. Canal
St., St. Joe Beach or call 647-3552.
2tc 5/26
1981 Bass Tracker, 40 hp Mercu-
ry, trolling motor, can be seen at
1805 Marvin Ave. or call 227-7380. -
2tp 5/19
1985 115 hp OMC outboard mo-
tor, with Sea Drihe and Uro. 639-
5272. lte 5/19
STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE.
White City. anytime. 827-2902.
fIc 5/5


For Rent- Trailer and small apart-
ment; 105 Hilty Circle, Douglas
Landing, Mrs. Sanderson, 639-5695.
Itp 5/26
For Rent: 4 bedroom, 2 bath
beach house, 1 block from water at
St. Joe Beach, 648-5306.
tfc 5/26


Unfurnished 3 bdrm., 1 1/2 ba.,
tfc 5/5 cen. h/a, located at Cape San Blas w/
gulf view and access to beach. Full
carpet, deck, "w/d, & kitchen appli-
ances included., Deposit required.
$465 monthly plus utilities. 647-
5349, 227-1235. 2tp 5/26


Vacant mobile home lot in Wewa-
hitchka. 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. S 3tc 5/12
Apartment for rent, 2 bdrm., 1
ba. energy efficient at Dogwood Ter-
race. Call 229-2783,.$360 plus depos-
it. .fc 5/12

Downtown Port St. Joe
517 4th St.
2 BR, 1 BA, stove, refrig.,
ac, newly renovated, partially
furn., $.SM, water/sewer in-
cluded, 3 mo. lease availa-
ble. 4*91.5
Duplex, 2/3 BR, iBA, stove,
refrig., central heat/air,
$325, plus utilities, nice
back yard.-
648-5029


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.
I 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-n
lies. Featuring 1, 2 & 3 bedroom
apts. with cen. h&a, energy saving
appliances, patios & outside storage.
Rental assistance programs available.
(904) 227-7451. Equal Housing.
tfc 5/5


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


ROOMS FOR RENT
Private bath, linen, towels,
soap furnished. Phantry Hotel.,
Only 2 available. By day,
week or month.
229-9000. uc 5/I -I


OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 and leave mes-
sage. tfc 5/5


UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & re-
frig., cen. h&a, screen porch, car-
port & laundry rm.
Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove
& refrig., washer/dryer hook-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 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
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







Two family carport sale, 105 Bel-
lamy Circle, 7-2, Friday and Satur-
day, May 27th.and 28th. Itp 5/26
Yard Sale, Saturday, May 28th, 8-
,a.m. till, lots of clothes, kitchen items,
and books. 130 Pine St.. St. Joe
Beach. I tp 5/26


Yard Sale: Thursday. and Friday,
May 26 and 27, 5:30 -7:30 p.m. Sat-
urday, May 28th, 8 a.m. 12 noon.
Plants, hibiscus, society garlic, golden
rain trees, gerber daisies, several col-
ors of day lilies and miscellaneous.
1315 Woodward Ave. 227-1371.
ltp 5/26
Garage Sale: Sat, May 28, 8-12.
Electric motors, planer. furniture.
what-nots,: glass, pottery. clothes.
dolls, mirrors, 3242 Coronado St., SL
Joe Beach. Rain cancels.. Itc 5/26"
Yard Sale: Friday. May 27. 8 a,m.
till. 247 Columbus St., St. Joe Beach.
It 5/26
Garage Sale: 1314 Garrison .Ave.
Lots of misc. Grandfather clock, cord-
less phone, boys clothes, toys, 8 a.m.
until. Saturday, May 28. ltc 5/26
Yard Sale: 2103 Long Ave., Sat-
urday, May 28, 8:00- 1:00. Children
and adult clothes & miscellaneous.
Itp 5/26
Yard Sale: Saturday, May 28. 8
till. ? Furniture, toys, books and
clothes. 115 Hunter Circle.


Moving Sale: Saturday. May 29,
8:30 EST, home of Reffer Starling,
Charles Street, White City. Everything
must go. ltp 5/26
2 Family Yard Sale: corner of 202.
Mississippi Dr. & Florida Blvd. be-
tween 5th & 6th St. Mexico Beach.
8:00 EST till. -1985 Buick Skylark
does not run needs minor work has
new motor, $800 obo. lip 5/26


SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR


TADE adSEVIE


Need your house cleaned? Call
Sheila at 229-6909 for the Port St,
Joe and beaches area. 2tp 5/26
Do you need dependable full-time
babysitter M-F? Please call 648-4110
ask for Rh-ond or leave name and
number on answering machine and I
will be happy to return your call;
., ..... ltp 5/26
Professio5a0 Cle' ng:-Homes,-eon- .-
* dos, TownhomeK-,tc. 647-3601.
tfc 5/12
All phase carpentry, suspended
ceilings, residential commercial.
639-3028. tfc 5/5


Beach Combers Salon
Welcomes
WAYNE BUCKLEY.
Wayne has 20 yrs. experience as a Mas-
ter Barber and Stylist for the family. Mon-
day Sat., 9-5, evenings by appt.,
647-8664
Bay St., 1St. Joe Beach
4tp 5/26

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


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



Wauneta's Accounting
& Income Tax

Wauneta Brewer- St. Joe Beach
647-5043


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

C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work, dozer work, root
rdke,'front-end loader, lot clearing,
septic tanks, drain fields, fill dirt.
SRt. 2, Box A1C, Port St. Joe
Phone 229-6018


MOWING RAKING WEEDING EDGING ETC.


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

1, Will Work For You!" .

Mexico Beach, FL (904) 648-8492 Lic. #5455
St. 3/17.


FOSTER TREE &
LAWN SERVICE *
No Job Too Big ..
... Or Too Small *-
FREE ESTIMATES
Licensed & Insured 904/639-5368
lA


DESIGN INSTALLATION REPAIRS FREE ESTIMATES
,Satisfaction 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


STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All Types Roofing .
30 ears experience
Lic. #RB0030039, RC 0038936
"Where .Quality Is Higher: :
Than Price"
229-8631












WEEDING, CLEAN OUTS
AND ROOF SWEEPING.
REASONABLE MONTHLY OR ,.
S SEASONAL RATES AVAILABLE.
.,Call 229-6435
ST. JOLawn Service

BREEDING, CLEANED OUTS
ANDSTUMP ROOF SWEEPING.MOVAL




Brush Chipping, Stump Griiding
,& Logging
REAINSURED
Rt. 2 Box 53 Charles Tipton
Port St. Joe, FL 647-3405

all (904 2298161
FAYE'S NAIL SALONt -11

TOTAL NAIL CARE U
Certified Nail Technician
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.s/,


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


A Gift Shop for
CHILDREN of all Ages
Books Toys etc.
My Very Own Book
528 6th St. Phone 227-1636










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


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


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



AVon

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

We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade
Guns

Indian Swamp Campground
Hwy. C-387, Howard Creek



HANLON HEATING
& COOLING
30 Years Experience
SERVICE FALL CENTRAL UNITS
& INSTALLATION
24 Hr. Service License & Insured
Serving All of Gulf County
Lic. #RA0040379
639-3415
V 5f


Remodeling
Repairs
New Construction


W Weather Tight
T Construction

C Licensed & Insured
.RROOsos60690
Kevin O'Neill, Owner 229-8635



BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers
Weed Eaters '.
'.* Chain Saws i
SGenerators

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


Pelicans, Dolphins, Sea Horses.
eIThey're all here at
THE ENCHANTED COTTAGE.
Other Nautical Items available.
We do special orders.
2 miles north of Wewa on Hwy. 71.
639-2708



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
We Manufacture Our Trailers Right
Boat Trailers Farm Implement
and/or Lo-Boy Trailers & Repair
Mobile 227-5234 227-3428
2319 W. Hwy. 98; Highland View
Owner & Managed by Ray N. Smith

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


F -------1

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


Lawnmowers I
Weedeaters ak
*_ Tillers |
| Chain saws 1I
Generators

Engine Sales


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


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


BOB'S PAINT &
BODY SHORT
29 Continuous Years of .
Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks Body
& Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Bxoc Woi k
See or Call BOB HEACOCK
Balfzell Ave. Phone 227-7229



Southeastern

Landscaping

SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
LANDSCAPING.
NURSERY PLANTS
*POOL
MAINTENANCE


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



S Franklin

Building

Supply
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 Ct. ,t.) i.i.l I
INSTALIAnON OI WAI' : I.INI,:S .; -
MINOR IE.[CTRICA 22-6821
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA 904/229-6821


M.











THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1994


HEL WATE HELP r)mmS


Free rent for lady over 60, private
room, bath, kitchen privileges, light
house work. Write P. 0. Box 13825,
Mexico Beach, FL 32410. Send phone
number. Itp 5/26

SECRETARY
Gulf County Guidance Clinic,
,Inc. Is accepting applications for a
secretary. Duties include: typing, an-
swering phones, filing, recordkeeping.
Min. req.f H.S. dipl. or equivalent,
typing. at least 40 wpm, computer/
word processing exp., HRS screening.
Must be personable and relate well to
public. Applicants with experience
given preference. Monthly salary plus
excellent fringe benefits. Apply to: Ed-
win R. Alles, Exec. Director, G.C.G.C.,
Inc.: 311 Williams Ave., Port St. Joe,
FL 32456. EOE. ltc 5/26








SUMMER

PROPERTIES
An Independently Owned and Operated Mern
ber of Coldwell Banker Residential Affiliates, Inc.
Expect the best.

ST. JOE CHARM: Comer lot, beauti-
ful landscaping, brick, 4 br or 3 br
* with a den, 2 ba., 1400 sq. ft., lots of.
storage, large screened in porch, all
.kitchen appliances. This one won't last
long .
ST. JOE STARTER HOME: Just re-'
duced, 3 br, 1 ba. large comer lot, all
kitchen appliances, stor. shed, new
roof, \m)l siding, some furnishings
included, great value for the money,
$4M3,900.
WATERFRONT ON THE CHIPOLA:
2 acres, 200' on the hiver, 3 br, 2 ba.,
3200 sq it. main house w/stone fire-
place & Ig screened in porch, 1 br cot-
tage, 2 br mobile home, floating dock,
Fish house, within ewa city limits,
owner will finance! $199,000.
CAPE SAN BLAS ON ST. JOE BAY:
100" on die Bay, 600 ft. deep, beautiful
lots. Priced to sell at $45,000 each, only
5 left.
GULF VIEW EXECUTIVE HOME: 3
br, 2 ba, approx. 3000 sq. ft., garden
landscaping, gourmet kitchen, patios,
decks, located in Gulf County's most
desirable neighborhood. $175,000.
GULF FRONT/GULF VIEW TOWN
HOMES: Cape San Bias, 2 or 3 bed-
room units, completely finished,
pool, tennis courts, fantastic \iewss.
Priced between $110,000 and $179,000.
Some units owner financing with 10%
dow-'n.
CHERYL SUMMERS, Realtor
MIKE BRADY, Realtor

227-1892
r I ^^^ ^.*f 01^


RN's and LPN's day or night shift
available. Apply In person, Bay St Jo-
seph Care Center, 220 9th St. Port
St. Joe. tfc 5/26
CNA's needed for all shifts. Train-
ing available. Apply in person at Bay
St. Joseph Care Center, 220 Ninth
St., Port St. Joe. tfc 5/26

Rainbow Inn & Marina, Apa-
lachicola, Fla. now accepting applica-
tions for. Front desk receptionist.
Restaurant cooks and waitresses.
Absolute Cleaning Service, ex-
perienced need only to apply. 227-
7584, ask for Jerry. 2tp 5/19
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 communication skills, ability to
work well with people, advanced tying
skills, and knowledge and experience
in working with computers.
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
Gulf County Association for Re-
tarded Citizens, Inc.' in Port St. Joe,
FL is accepting applications for the
position of Executive Director. This
full time administrative 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:. Jo. Inquiries may be mailed
to Gulf ARC, P. 0. Box 296,'Port St.
Joe, FL 32456. Closing date for appli-
cation is May 23, 1994 at 4:30. p.m.
'This program is funded in part by
SDept. of HRS/Developmental Seric-
es. EEO 2tc 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 land application are
available at Gulf County ARC, 20Q Pe-
ters St., Port St. Joe. Mail inquiries
may be sent to: P. 0. 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. 2te 5/19


Marie's Comer Bar, Hwy. 71 &
386 in Wewahltchka. Bartender. Ap-
ply in person, tfe 5/5


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.
tfc 5/19

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





Gas stove 30" yellow; also apart-
ment size stove electric $75 each. 2
cot beds $25 each. Call Mrs. Sander-.
son, Douglas Landing, 639-5695.
ltp 5/26

386SX computer system, 40 mb%
hard drive, 3.5 and 5.25 dish drives,
Super VGA monitor, NX-1000 printer,
MS-DOS 6.0, WP5.0, many (150?)
5.25 disks, 'Red October program,
computer -books, printer paper. Also
computer console. All for $650.. 227-
3569 or 227-5480.. 2tc 5/26

Hedge trimmer $25; two CB radi-
os $30 ea.; elec. grass whip, $25; 16"
NEW chainsaw w/tool kit, extra
chains, $200 firm. 227-3569 or 227-
.5480. 2tc 5/26

18,000 btu Whirlpool air condi-
tioner, still under warranty, $300.
827-2970. Itc 5/26

Used 12' upright freezer. 229-
6821. Itc 5/26


Five 4x4 truck tires, 38.5x15'
ground hogs, great shape, $345 obo,
cost nie $190 each. 19" remote TV,
$85. 647-3116. 4tc 5/19

'Mushroom compost, $14 per
yard, you pick up, 648-5165.

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

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 #T-9, part
.#F86126A. The booth size Is approx.
27L,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.D.T... on
May 27, 1994 at the Administiative
Offices 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'-:
2tc 5/19

Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. '227-1105. tfe'5/5
Craftsman tools and Die Hard
batteries, are available now at West-
ern Auto Store, 219 Reid Ave. 227-
1105. tfc 5/5


PAUV 8k


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

Beautiful bay front lot on St. Jo-.
seph Peninsula. $55,000. Financing
available. Call 229-6031, leave mes-
sage. tfc5/26

203 Second St., H.V. 3 bdrm.,
dining rm., 1 bath, patio, 2 car garage
on 3 lots, 1 bedroom .rental house,
$225 month, pecan, other fruit trees,
heat and air, $52,900. Reduced from
$60,000. 229-8553.J, ltp 5/26

A real find! Well kept 2 bd.. 1 1/2
ba. townhouse with gulf view. across
from private, dedicated beach. Afford-
ablel $59,900. Neubauer Real Estate
785-1551 or call Nancy (home 647-.
3494. 2tc 5/26
1/2 acre fish camp, small one
room house, new hot water tank. new
pump for well, good 'water, house six
months old.- Dried in with wiring. An-
derson windows, 'fruit trees. Lots
more. Asking S13.500. 227-2135 call
evenings 7:00 9:00 p.m. 4tp 5/26

Owner anxious to sell. 2.73
acres,- corner property. Sunshine
Farms. Overstreet, $12,500. 27-1467.
tfc 5/19
2' bdrm., 1 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. tfe 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


I


1993 Doublewide Home of Merit
on tree shade 1/2 acre fenced lot'iin
Howard Creek. 2 BR, 2 ba., cellltig
fans, 12'x12' porch, 12'x20' carpeted
& wired aluminum -storage, covexd
boat shed, 3 1/2 years factory, war-
ranty, cen. h&a. $35,000. 904-82W7-
2857. 2tp 5/19


ANTIQUE DOLLS
Will buy or sell antique or collect-
ible dolls. Call 648-8432.

GOLD, GOLD, GOLD. Sell us
your scrap gold. St. Joe Pawn, 212
Williams Ave., Port St. Joe.
tfe 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.. tfc5/5.

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
32404. 763-7443 or 1-800-717-7253.
pd. thru 9/1/94
Attention Attention Atten-
tion: Lawn service & tractor work, B
& J Enterprise, reasonable rates. Call
827-2805 or 827-2876. 52tp 1/7

Port St. Joe Western Auto now
honoring Panama City Western Auto
Co. store advertised tire sale prices.
Computerized WHEEL ALIGNMENT.
Sears Card now at Port St. Joe West-
ern Auto. Discover TOOl 227-1105;
tfc5/5

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



REALESATE


1618 MARVIN PORT ST. JOE. Lg. 4 BR 2 BA home on double lot. Has over 2100 sq. ft.
living area. 18x24' family room. Double detached garage. Jacuzzi, chain link fence. Large
trees. Priced at only $95,000. Shown by appointment only.
PORT ST. JOE REDUCED!! OWNER MUST SELL!!! 1607 Monument Ave. 4 BR/
3BA," formal LR and DR, fam. rm. w/fireplace. Convenient RECENTLY REMOD-
ELEDJ ,Call Brenda Lynn. Assoc. Eve. 648-8215.
PORT ST. IOF -NEW LISTING 505 Garrison; 4 BR/3.5 BA. Lovely,light, airy and spa-
cious rooms in this 2700 sq. ft+ brick and frame home. Huge bedrooms all w/walk-in closets.
Formal LR & DR Large gourmet kit. w/island and bar. Big utility room, workshop. Double
carport with concrete drive. Must see this onel Call today for appt. Ask for Call Margaret
Fletcher. Assoc. Eve. 227-7171.
PORT ST. IOE REDUCED! 209 Allen Memonal Way. 3 BR/2 BA, fireplace in fam. rm.,
1g. DR, sunroom. double garage, fenced yard and sprinkler system. OWNER MOTIVATED
TO SELL!!! CALL MARGARET FLETCHER, ASSOC. EVE. 227-7171.
ST. IOE BEACH REDUCED! OWNER MUST SELL!! 124 Selma Street. 3 BR/2 BA,
great room w/fireplace. DR, kit. w/bar, inside utility. POOL with new liner. Plus efficiency
apl. 1/2 blk to dedicated beach! Call Brenda Lynn, Assoc. Eve. 648-8215.
GUI F ACCESS CAPE SAN BI AS. Two almost new houses. Each have deeded gulf ac-
cess. They have 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Kitchens are furnished with range, refrig. and dish-
washer. Owner financing W/LOW DOWN PMT!!! Being offered at $59po00.
GULF VIEW: CAPE SAN BLAS THE BOARDWALK As owner of this beautiful house
you can enjoy a great view of the gulf from your own deck. All fumishings included in sale.
Has access to pool, spa and board walk to beach. A planned community! Being offered at
1139.995 .
LAGOON FRONT: INDIAN PASS. THIS 4 BR, 3'BA. home sits on a beautifully wooded
lot that is 150' wide and 600' deep. House has over 1500 sq. ft .of living area plus decks. Also
has enclosed garage and storage. Owner will finance 10 years. Reduced to $130,000. Map
reference F.
CAPE SAN BLAS. Two gulf front condos nicely furnished. Excellent beach liew. $76.900
& $79.900. Call Craig Todd, Assoc. Eve. 229-6278.
GULF PINES SUBDIVISION EXCELLENT GULF VIEW. 2 BR/1 BA on comer lot.
Nicely furnished, large screened deck. landscaped yard. Extra BR & BA famed and plumbed.
Call Nancy Todd, Assoc. Eve. 229-6278.
LOTS & ACREAGE
GUI F VIEW: INDIAN PASS AREA. As owner of these lots you hase access to the beach.
in the area. Each lot (4 available) is loaded with lovely pine trees. Public water is available.
Owner financing available. PRICES REDUCED!!! STARTING AT $15,900.
GULF FRONT: INDIAN PASS SEVERAL GULF FRONT LOTS AVAILABLE. Sizes
var) from 100' to 150', wide b) 600' more or less deep. Excellent location on beach. Fantastic
siew of gulf. Road frontage is wooded. Pnces start at 566,900.
SIMMONS BAYOU 5 ACRES MORE OR LESS. Great building site. Existing septic sys-
tem, public water available. Fenced for horses. Quiel yet onh four miles from town. Priced at
only $28,500. Also additional adjoining lot available 208' x 300' for 134.000
GULF VIEW. CAPE SAN BLAS CAPE SAN BLAS SHORES SUBDIVISION. Two
building sites available at the Cape with a view of the gulf and deeded access to the beach.
One lot has 10' of gulf frontage! Prices start at $39,900. Great locations for your 'PLACE IN
STHE SUN". For further information give us a call.
INDIAN PASS BFACH 100' x 867' lot on Gulf of Mexico! MOTIVATED SFLLER.
PRICED REDUCED to $85,000. Call Brenda Lynn. Assoc. Eve. 648-8215.
INDIAN PASS GULF FRONT 150' GF x 490' deep lot. $120,000. Owner will consider
financing. Will also consider di\ hiding parcel Call Margaret Fletcher, Assoc. Eve. 227-7171.


Tom Todd Realty, Inc.
SIHC- Box 150,Por St. Joe, FL 32456

800-876-2611 or 904-227-1501


Thomas M. Todd, Broker
Marie M. Todd, Rental Mgr.


Brenda J. Lyni, Associate
Margaret Fletcher, Associate


Fantasy Properties, Inc.


1200 U. S. Hwy.98. John I
Mexico Beach, FL 32410 Ellen I
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478 Ela
Joy
Joa

REALTOR NEW LISTING:
WATERFRONT CAPE SAN BLAS Cape
Dunes Subd., Lavishly decorated executive
home on cement pilings never rented. 4/5
bd., 4 ba. with many extras including wash-
er/dryer, icemaker, underneath parking.
Hurricane shutters, fireplace, many furnish-
ings remain. Approx. 2,500 sq. ft. Priced at
- $250,000.
MEXICO BEACH
306 Fortner Ave. Investors special. Duplex. Downstairs unit has 2
bdrm., I bath. Upstairs unit has 1 bdrm. and botn on second floor
a or.a I nuge bdrm and 1/2 bath on third floor Fully furnished,
priced to sell at $67 500. Excellent rental property.
54 First St. Lovely stucco home oh/a, master BR, great rm., kitchen;
1 BA. laundry hook-ups and deck upstairs. Downstairs finished as
den. with Ig oam Greai possibilities. Garage. Only 5 years. Large
99' x 280 lot storage hrea. back yard chain link fenced. $85,000..
Hwy. 98 & 20th St.: Was 585,000. NOW $60,000. Good location. Ren-
tal invesTmernt d.oa 3 oaths, porches .
312 Hatley. Drive -First time home buyer 3 bd., 1 ba., excel: cond.
Good neighborhood. Front & reqr deck, assumable 'mortgage,
$45,000.

CAPE SAN BLAS
Trivial' Pursuit Cape Dunes: Hide away from the rush, at this taste-
fully furnished 2 bdrm.. 2 ba. house. Elec. kitchen, dishwasher, Ice-
maker, washer/dryer, color TV, phone & deck. New central heat/air
unit and newly painted inside and outside. Fully furnished. $78,500.
BEACON HILL
Mobile home Third Ave. between 5th and 6th St.-2 bd., 1 ba., with
porch. Furnished. $35,000.
518 2nd Ave.: Lovely 3 bd., 2 ba., stilt home. In excellent
cond,, newly painted, screened porch, approx. 1,500 sq. ft.
Dishwasher, disposal, and microwave remain. Priced right at
$67,000.

BEACHFRONT
Dolphin Run #5 Nicely furnished 2 BR, 2.5 ba. townhome on the
Gulf. Two. decks overlooking the water, covered parking excel.,
rental sold fully furnished,Reduced to $97,900.
Dolphin Run #7 d Completely'furnished townhome, tastefully-deco-
rated. Sit on deck; and enjoy beautiful view of gulf, $110,.
S$.102,000.
GulfAIre Townhome #9709 Waterfront, nicely furnished, swimming
pool & tennis court privileges. $96,500.

BEACH SIDE
37th St.: Spindrift. Investors special. Nicely furnished, tastefully deco-
rated, 2 bdrm., 2 ba. close to water. Sold fully furnished. $63,000.
37th St.: Surtvlew. Nicely decorated 2 bd., 2 ba. townhouse close to
pler. ;Fully furnished. $63,000.
South 39th St.: Nice 1 bd., 1 ba. townhome, furnished, end location.
Excellent rental record, $52,500.
Corner of 31st St. -Duplex each side of duplex has 1 bd., I ba.,
neatly furnished. Good rental history, $85,000.


M. Delorme, Broker:
F. Allemore, Broker
647-8939
rl Groh 647-3199
Holder 648-8493
in Kent 647-3264


Margie Miller 229-6502
Judie McCormick 648-8595
Don Rains 647-3270
Joan Smithwick 648-8121
Scott Stephens 872-9297


101-A Miramar Dr. 2 bd.,. 1 1/2 ba. townhome, furnished, new car-
pet, Ig, landscaped corne[ yoid with sprinkler system & pilv fence.
Watervlew from 2nd floor. Convenient location near marinas. Pier
Rd. & Canal Parkway. $69,900.
37th St. Gulf White Sands #1, 2 and 3. Completely furnished 2
bedroom, 2 bath townhomes, close to Gulf. All three for $180,000.
37th St. The 3-C's Just down the street to pier 2 bd., 2 ba., neatly
furnisnea Good Ientall history. $52,600.
117 40th St. Apl. #2 2 oa 1 ba., furnished, close to beach, re-'
duced to $37,000. Make offer. .:-?'
Comer of 29th and Hwy. 98. Nice 4 bdrm., 2 1/2 ba., fully furn. One
side of duplex, beacn side of highway good condition. Priced to ,
sell at $86,500 '
GULF AIRE
213 Sea Pines Lane: 4 bd., 3 ba., liv. rm., din. rm., office/den, over-
sized 2 car garage, partial fence, deck on top. Must see. Only-
$109,000. ...
312 Gulfaire Dr.: Absolutely beautiful Ig. 3 or 4 bdrm. home Wv/
sunken great room, 2 1/2 bath. Approx. 4 years old. Cedar siding -
2 car garage cen; h/a, oak floors & carpet. Dream kitchen w/
Island, separate dining. Must see. $139;000.
109 Gulf AIre Dr. Enjoy beautiful sunset from yodr wrap-around
deck. 5 bdrm., 3 bath., 2 story, cedar home. Downstairs Ideal for visi-
tors or relatives or fantastic rec room. Many amenities and this is a
must seel REDUCED TO $184,900.
400-C GulfAIre Dr. Easy walk to beach. Tennis court & swimming
pool facilities. Lovely home In triplex, 3 bd., 3 ba., stone f.p., garage
& other amenities. Ideal for yr. round living or vacation home.
$71,500. .
GulfAire Dr. Triplex, two 3 bd., 2 ba. units and one 1.bd., 1 ba,
unit, very nice, good Investment, all 3 at $175, 000
ST. JOE BEACH
113 Pelican Walk. Nice 3 bd., 2 ba. modular home. Beach access,
tastefully decorated, sold furnished. Approximately 1 1/2 years old.
Was $69,000, Reduced to $49,900;
135 Desoto St. Neat 3 bd.., 1 ba. home, short walk to beach, gulf.
view from upper deck, Ig. corner lot, fully furnished with washer/
dryer and two utility sheds. Reduced to $59,900.
138 Pelican Walk, 4 bdrm., 2 ba. 'Seaside style" home with a gulf
view. Approx. 1,300 sq.. ft. on a 60'x100' lot near Gulfalre. Ceramic
tile In the kitchen. Washer and dryer will stay. $71,500. *
Coronado St. Like new 2 bd., 1 ba. sturdy double wide home. 2 blks
to beach, ch/a, furnished. Front deck. Ig. back screen porch, w/
walkway to cute little 1 bd, 1 ba. granny house. Outside shower,
star. bldg. low maintenance yd. w/natural terrain. Neat as a pinl
$60,000.
100 Santa Anna. Frame'duplex 2 bd., 1 ba. upstairs, 1 bd., 1 ba.
downstairs, window A/C's. 1/2 block to beach. Good rental history.
$80,000.
Atlantic St.: Enjoy Gulf breezes from porch of this 2 bd., 1 ba. beach
cottage with Florida rm. Completely fenced. Nice level trees yard.
Storage building/workshop; Furnished 1/2 block to beach. Call for
appt. $45,000.
Coronado St. A must seel 1988 3 bd., 1 ba. MH, completely
fenced. Beautifully landscaped. $49,900.
Coronado #7 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba. townhome, unrestricted gulf view,
furnished, nice. Reduced to $65,000. Make offer
Columbus St. nicely furnished 3 bd., 2 ba. mobile home, 1 1/2
blocks to beach. $40,000.
PORT ST. JOE
Sub Shop 401 Monument business for sale. Mom & Pop business
with long term record for making money Business equipment in-
ventory, $25,000.


Avenue C LOT 5. Block 100o. 50x100 cleared lot Pilced to sell at GulfAIre Dr. Lot 25 & 26. Block C. Pnase 2 approx 726x146 &
$3,500. 73x150 $17,000 ea.
GulfAIre Dr. -Lot 38, Block C, Phase 2 appr6x. 75'x125' $17,500
S W \ Beacon Rd. -Lor 21. Block D.Phase 2- approx.71'x125'. $21,000
HIGHLAND VIEW GulfAIre Dr. -Lot 9. Block G. Phase 2 approx. 74'x120' -
203 Second Street Nice 3 bdrm., 1 ba. home In excellent condi: close to pool,& tennis court. $22,800
tlon. Located on,3 lots, fenced yard, w/pecan, fig, apple, peach
& orange trees, grpevines2 wells, cen. heat and air Guest $27,500 Lot Block B Phase approx. 65xl5
apartment 1 bdrm., 1. ba hat rents for $225.00. Priced to sell at -75
9,900. b ents for $22500 ced tse at GufAre Dr. -Lot 15, Block C, Phase 2 approx.' 85'x125', $22,900
WEWAHITCHKA, HOWARD CREEK, MEXICp BEACH
Maryland Ave. Lot 9,,BIk. B. Unit 12A, 75'x100', zoned for mobile
S,WHITE CITY homes. $12,000. -
White City Volunteer St. 2 bd., 1 ba...nice starter home. Carport, ;:7th St. -Lot 6, Block C, unit 14, 100' x 158.33' Stor. shed. $13,500.
large out Oullaing pretty lot Priced to sell $34,000. : 16th Street, Lot 8, Block D, Unit 2, 75'x1001educed to $21,000
Land's Landing Evergreen Drive 1983 14'x67' mobile home.- 3 First St., Lot 5, Block 4, Unit 9, large vacant lot, 99'x285', $25,000
bd., 2 ba. New septic tank & well January 1992. Central a/c & south 36th St.: Excellent 75' x 100' lot 4th from water, $55,000
cen gas near Appliances Includedl Equity & assume mortgage. If
quallella $25.000 8th St., between Oleander & Fortrier,50'xl50', $17,500
Howard Creek Great fishing, year-round living, 3 bd., 1 bd., mo- Corner of Robin Lane 8 Hwy. 386-A. Nice vacant lot, Reduced
bile home. furn.. storage shed, well, screened porch. $32,500. 1 .$14.000' .
Acre cleared.' Ready to build? Buy this level, cleared lot on Robin Lane. Survey
S' OVERSTREET available. $12,500.
Robin Lane Unit 17, Block 1, Lot 10 approx. 250'x100' Irregular
Canalfront home. 3 bd., 2 ba. w/jacuzzl, cedar lined walk-In clos- shape, has septic tank,.restricted to houses '$17,500
ets, 2 story stilt home, ground floor enclosed with 3 garage doors Azalea St. Lot 18. Block 4: Unit 11 approx. 80'x100' houses,
some, appliances, cen. h/a, property incudes a 38'x60' metal build-
Ing.wIlth two 12'x12' roll-up doors, commercial possibllitles: 225 ft. $17,500
on canal.$162,000. Azalea St. Lot 19, Block 4, Unit 11 approx. 75'xl00' houses.
Early Times Time Wetappo Creek. Dedicated waterfront. 1.5 $17500.
acres, 2 septic tanks, mobile home needs TLC. Great fishing hidea- Grand Isle Kim Kove -Lot 8, Block C, Unit 15 -'houses. $12,000
wayl $27.500. Grand Isle Nan Nook & Kim Kove Lot 19, Block D approx.
Pleasant Rest Cometery Rd. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. approx. 1080 sq. ft., 71.8'x115'- houses $11500
home sold w/refrig. & stove. Situated on 1/2 corner lot. Only 5 131 Pine St. Lot 10, Block 6, Unit 11 75'xl00' houses, $12,500,
years old. $49,900. CAPE SAN BLAS
Wetappo Creek, end of MIller Ute Lane: 3 bd., 2 ba. unfurnished Gulf Shore Drlve:close to Gulf. One nice 50'x100' lot, $24,000.
mobile home. Two storage sheds, ch/a. Has screened, porch,
deck, beautiful view of Wetappo Creek. Located on over an acre ST. JOE BEACH
lot $50,000. Alabama Ave. (between Court & Ward) Unit 2. Lot 7, Block 47 -
W. Forest St. 1982 60' 2 bd. furn. mobile home w/porch & storage 75'x150' $13;500.
shed, well & new pump. Located on leveled, treed lot, approx. Amerlcus & Selmq-Lot 13, BIk. 10, Unit 1 approx. 75'xl50', $15,500.
.663 acres. Call for dIrectlons. $28,500. Amerlcus & Selma -Lot 14, BIk. 10. Unit 1 approx. 84'xl50, $14,500.
Ward St. Lot 2. Block 47, Unit 2 approx. 75'xl50'. $12,500
COMMERCIAL/INVESTMENT PROPERTY Ward St.- Lot 3, Block 47, Unit 2 approx. 75'xl50'. $12,500
PORT ST. JOE
2.5 plus acres commerclal/industrlal with old garage, lots, of BEACON HILL
possibilities, $99,000. Lucia St: Large vacant lot with barn. 100'x120' $19,500
MEXICO BEACH 3rd Ave. between 5th & 6th St. Lot 5, Block 19. approx. 50'xI00'
Corner U.S. Hwy. 98 & 8th St. Judy's Hot Dog & Bait Shop. $8,500
Great location equipment Included. Must' sell. Owner 3rd Ave. between 5th & 6th St. Lot 3. Block 19, approx, 50'x100'
transferred, Only $74,900.00. $8,500
37th St. approx. 75'x100' beachside, Pier Road., Reduced 3rd Ave. between Ist & 2nd StLot 13, 14 & 15, approx.
to $46,500 50'xl00' each, owner financing- 20% down $7,000 ea.
S. 40th St. -approx. 75'xl00',, Lot 2, Block 7, Unit6- $35,000 Beacon Hill Estates Hwy. 386 Lot 9, Block 1, Unit 1 approx.
Comer 13th & Hwy. 98 Lot 3. Business Center 90'x190', comm. 100'x120', $17,000
$120,000. Beacon Hill Estates Lucia Ave. Lot 10, Block 1. Unit 1. Approx.
100'x120' 13,000
ST. JOE BEACH 6th St. Lots 5 & 6, Block 3, Unit 1 Irregularr $32.000.
U.S. 98 between Balboa & Magellan 3/4 block & 1 lot Permitted 3rd St. & 4th Ave.Lot.20, Block 22, $13,500
for condos only. $300,000
ST. JOSEPH SHORES
LOTS Large gulf front lot Approximately 77' of waterfront by 370 ft.
GulfAIre Subdivision deep. Some existing permitting possible. Priced to sell at
Lots 32 and 33, BIk. C, Gulfalre,MPhase II. Sewer tap paid; 1900. $75.000.
Reduced to $16,500 for a limited period of time. Owner will sell
BOTH LOTS together at a reduced price. Make offer. OVERSTREET
Gulfalre Dr., Lot 6, Blk. D, nice large vacant lot, great location, Creekwood: 2 nice large lots. Buy together and have over an
$22,000. acre. $10,000 each.
Gulfare* Dr.: Lot 38, lock C. Vacant lotJUST REDUCED $15,900 Overstreet area $60,000. Property 467'x467' (before bridge), sold
Gulfare Dr.: Lot 8, BIk. G, Sewer tap paid; possible owner financ- with 295' communications tower, utility shed, fence.
Ing. Good location near pool. $22,800. Sunshine Farms 7 + acres. $7,500 per acre. One parcel with sep-
Beacon Rd.: Lot 9. Block E. sewer tap paid, nice, level lot,- $22,900. tic tank at.$14,500 if sold separately.
Periwinkle Dr., 75' x 125' lot $23,500 Creekwood Estates Lot 17; 1/2 acre, $11,000
GulfAire Dr. Lot 11. Block C, Phase 2 approx. 75'x125', $29,000. Sunshine Acres Lot 8, 2.1 acres owner financing $12.000
Highway 386 -across from Sunshine Forms 3 +acres. $17,000


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