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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: June 23, 1994
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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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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FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 43


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INDUSTRY DEEP WATER PORT FINE PEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 -THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1994


Joe Myers. state V ..
Emergency Manage- T7
ment director, met in A L A
Port St. Joe Tuesday
afternoon with local
and county govern-
ment officials and vol-
unteers involved in
disaster work.
Myers pledged thek.
workers state and fed-
eral help in case of a
hurricane or other dis-
aster and urged those
present to become ac-
Squainted with the
source of the different
aids they will need, P
when the time comes.




State Disaster Director Assures Local Team of State Aid

All of Gulf County's elected officials and rance of immediate state and federal help if a Myers said. "The clock starts when a disas- director and operate a team."
members of its volunteer disaster team workers disaster should strike Gulf County. ter strikes, and you. as a disaster team. must He said there are three things going to
gathered in the meeting room of the Gulf 50 HEAR'PEP' TALK be totally familiar with your role and where to pen during a disaster, which the team mu
County Commissioners Tuesday afternoon to Telling the assembled 50 emergency work- go for specific tools to do your job. You have 96 capable of dealing with. They are:
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engage in a cneerleading session conducted
by Joe Myers, state Emergency Management
.Director. who is making a tour over the state of
'Florida, whipping up enthusiasm for "doing the
job right," according to his report Tuesday.
With Larry Wells. Gulf County's administra-
tive assistant and disaster chairman, presiding,
Myers gave the representatives present assu-


ers. county and city officials, 'You are the ac-
tion part of a team which stretches from the
White House to the Courthouse," Myers told
the group. "I am now comfortable with the new
FEMA and its organization. The way they are
still working with 'Hurricane Andrew' victims,
assures me they will be useful in the time of
need."


nours to get a nandle on things when a hurn-
' cane strikes, for instance. There can be no lost
motion."
DISASTER MANAGEMENT SERIOUS
Telling the gathering, 'The state is serious
now, about disaster management. There has
been serious money put into the program, with
Gulf County receiving $70.000 a year to fund a


hap-
ist be


1. peoplee are going to be isolated or dis-
placed.
2. Your infrastructure is either going to be
damaged or destroyed.
3. Your area is going to go into recovery
from the damage.
"The real test is how well you deal with
these three certainties." Myers concluded.


City To Continue n



Garbage Collection


SCommission Decides to Reject All Bids In Favor
Of Continued Municipally-Operated System


The City Commission met
yesterday in a special session to
consider Iids for providing solid
waste collectionn for their custom-
e.r fr'm private collection firms.
On a b roader basis, the Commis-
sion was making a decision on
whether, or not the City would
continue operation of its solid'
waste department or would they
hire it done.
.On the recommendation of
Mayor Frank Pate, the Commis-
sion was unanimous in its deci-
sion to continue operation of
its own solid waste collection
service.
With three bids from three
firms .for the. Board to consider,
the Commission made a major
decision, not to follow the route of,
Gulf County in contracting its
service. Generally speaking, the
bidi from private collectors were
close enough to the charges now
levied by the City for home-
owners, to be given careful con-
sideration
Mayor Pate said, 'Their rates-
for commercial customers were
unreasonable and their trash col-
lection guidelines were too tight
to make uswant to give the s,6r-
vice up." Commercial rates ran
up to $600 and $800 for some
commercial users. The highest
rate the City charges is '$300 per
month.
RECOMMENDATION
One of the bidding firms rec-
ommended to the City that they
st4y in the business, saying, "We
can't provide collection as effi-
ciently and for as little cost as
you are doing."
The special meeting came iim-
mediately after the regular meet-
ing. Tuesday night; when an
amendment to the solid waste or-
dinance, ,establishing penalties
for failure to separate recyclables
from other debris and providing a
penalty for ignoring notices, of
that failure, wasimade.
The ordinance change was
made after the second reading of
the new requirement.
The ordinance, amendment'
would levy a sur-charge of up to
twice the normal rate'for failure
to segregate the recyclable mate-
rial, placing it in a separate bag;
provided by the. City, for.collec-'
tion. i
The new ordinance will go.


into effect July 21.
CITY PARKS WORK
Mayor Pate advised the Com-
mission at Tuesday's meeting
that it Is his Information funds
from a recent grant will be availa-
ble in about 10 days to begin


work on development of the Un-
ion Bank Park property. The
grant is In the amount of $75,000
from the state of Florida, which
must be matched with $25,000
from the City.
(See GARBAGE- Page 3)


Chief Deputy Suspended

By Acting Sheriff Coates
The latest act in the melodrama involving the investigation of
Sheriff Al Harrison's office was played out yesterday with the
suspension of Chief Deputy Jack Davila.
Davila, a veteran with the Department, was suspended with
pay yesterday afternoon by acting Sheriff James Coates for an
indefinite period of time. Sheriff Coates told The Star Davila
wasn't being suspected of any crime or wrong doing in his office
but, "I suspended him to make, it more convenient for other
members of the Department to communicate with the investiga-
tors with more ease," Coates said.
The interim Sheriff said he mote or less suspended Davila
"for the good of the order, you might say. If I had, suspected Da-
- vila of any illegal activities I would have suspended him without
pay." As the situation stands now, Davila is not on the job but
he is receiving full pay. .
Davila will still be in constant touch with the Department to
assist in any on-going investigations he may be involved in.


Turning


it On!
White City and the Gulf
County Commission official-
ly took "delivery" of their
new water system Friday,
when Farmers' Home Admin-
istration inspectors -gave
their approval of the facili-
ties and the County's engi-
neer, Preble-Rish, said the
project was complete.
Commissioner Michael
Hammond and project direc-
tor Ralph Shoemaker, of
Watkins Contractors, offi-
cially turned the system on
Friday morning in a short
ceremony held at the pump-
ing station.
The system includes a
75,000 gallon ground level
storage tank, and a 25,000
gallon pressure tank, which
furnishes the small commu-
nity with potable water
pumped from Port St. Joe's
water treatment plant.
The system is completely
automatic and provides the
Community with water for
fire protection as well as
public use.
The system has approxi-
mately 160 customers in the-
community.


Butch, Hodkins, left, of Farmers Home, makes in-
spection on the pressure system along with Ralph
Shoemaker and another Unidentified inspector.


Merchants Planning July

Fourth Weekend Celebration


The merchants of Port St. Joe
are planning for a July Fourth
celebration which will last the en-
tire Week end, it was announced
this week by chairman Lynwood
Wynne.
The merchants will observe
the holiday 'with a big July
Fourth sale which will be city.
wide and feature summer mer-
chandise. "All of our members are
participating to make this an at-
tractive event in this first venture
for providing some interest in the'
-community for the holiday,"
Wynne said.
S The Chamber of Commerce is
getting in on the act, too, by help-
,,ing t9 plan and,stage an old fash-
.., fned .family afternoon of fun on
the fourth. With Tonya Nixon and
Lisa"Mahlkov as co-chairpersons,
an afternoon of games and recre-


action has been planned for the
observance of Independence Day.
"We're going to get back to
the basics and furnish the kind of
day today adults remember
from their childhood," Nixon said.
If your childhood is filled with
memories of sack races, three-
legged races, watermelon seed
spitting contests, pony rides, and
other events designed strictly to
have fun, you will be transported,
July 4, beginning at 4:00 p.m.
The games, food and fun will
be held at First Union Park in
downtown Port St. Joe and con-
tinue on up to the annual fire-
works display which will get un-
derway at the park at first'dark:.
"The merchants ': arid the
chamber invite everyone to attend
and enjoy, the summer holiday af-
ternoon.


Ralph Rish, second from left, of Hammond, left, and Ralph Shoemaker,
Preble-Rish Engineers and Michael Hart' project foreman with Watkins,' center,
;of Watkins Contractors, right, smile with open the supply valve at White City's
satisfaction' as:'Commissioner Michael new water system plant Friday.


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PAGE TWO'. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1994


-Blame -it On '




WE CAN LONGER expect a health bill which' provides
protection, to the American public. We had just as. well forget it
-and go' ,i about por business. We can forget it because the
health issue has'.become a political issue. Our Congress and our
state 'legislitu6. re ,more interested in who .gets the credit for
th) o 'erposed'law than they are in doing the people a service.
Just theother day, in an argument over the health care bill,
'Senri Edward' Kennedy waxed eloquent with the words, 'There is
'nio universal and there is no comprehensive coverage unless all
Ameriqans are assured that as of a certain date they are going to
have coverage." Heck,' Senator, there are still Americans who
.don't have a roof over their heads, or can't pay their light bill, or
who don't eat regularly, in this land of plenty. How are you going
to guarantee they all have adequate health coverage?
Then, there was the quote from the. opposite side of the aisle;
'whnri Aliabaia's Republican representative, Newt Gingrich ad-
Svised Republicans not to offer amendments to improve the Dem-
ocratic bill. Don't cooperate!
IN .IHE STATE OF Florida tliere is just as much trying to
thread a needle with gloves on.
S Florida, which has been touted as setting the pattern for the
nation to follow, is about as near to ,a workable plan as the north
pole is to the south pole. Florida is attempting to sell its people
on a plan which would cost'them nothing'and even the people of
Florida don't believe that!
Governor Chiles is using the health bundle as fodder foi re-
election and the people aren't buying, it. JustT'or information, he
proposes to pay for his plan through 'some magical formula by
using medicare -funds. The medicare funds aren't sufficient to
' do what they are supposed to do. Every year they run out before
i the year is over and medicade pays a doctor only about 25% of
A his normal charges. Medicade does one thing "normal" however.
The doctor has to wait for up to six months for his 25% pay-
ment. He's accustomed to that.
WE DON'T THINK THE American public will accept any less
treatment than they are now receiving. We do not think he will
accept universal health care-receiving all, the care he wants as
I often as he wants-because he knows such a .system will be
'abused.
If the law makers of this nation and state would just arrive at
a system where a person can purchase 'medical insurance which
will pay some portion of his medical expenses when they occur,
we think the American public will have been served adequately.
And for pete's sake, quit being divided over the final solution
'and, find a middle ground which will serve us with what We have
'come to expect. the best medical care in the world. We are a
';firm believer in that old cliche, "Wonders CAN be done if we
don't care who gets the credit for the idea." .



Be Patient, FDLE
FDLE WILL HAVE TO be' patient with us here in Gulf
County, during their investigation here. You see, we don't like
big city law enforcement officers coming in here and turning
things upside down. We suppose it's natural that we rent i:
and FiD' ErwilJluThiv#e'td' understand that:.
Theoy-w'l1 meet 'ith a well coricealed resentment wherever
'they go; whatever they do. Gtilf Couity isn't Pinellas Counrty and
.Gulf County is proud of it. We are different and do things dilTer-
ently. We are also set in our opinions that everything we do isn't
'wrong. It may not be as you do them, but they're not wrong.
SWE LIKE TO THINK we can take care of our own. Since Gulf
County was formed, 70 years ago, Gulf County has had five men
to serve as Sheriff. None were ever investigated by FDLE. Not a
single one was charged with stealing. If he did, theft crooks from
all over the nation should gather here and ;take lessons from
[hem about how to hide stolen money. Nore were ever thought,
to be a molester of anyone. If a Sheriff even combed his hair dif-
ferently, the entire county would know it before the sun went
down. You, can't hide anything in Gulf county. '
We have had our. differences. Some.didn't like a certain man-
ner of operation of'a particular Sheriff, but we were all agreed,
his actions weren't against the law.
NOW, ALL OF A sudden, a Sheriff, who is a neighbor to all of
us 12.000 residents in Gulf County is suspended, however tem-,
borary that suspension may be. He is one of us. We are all on a".
first name basis here and are, for. the most part, friendly toward
one another. ,
': This isn't an apology to.FDLE for strong "anti" feelings. This
is just a gentle reminder to do, your investigating, if you feel you
need to, and,go back to Tallahassee. post haste! You are disturb-
ing our stress factor. ...


I Hunker Down with Kes


f,


Anna -Katherine Guitton ;is
the newest addition to our family.
At least, I think she is the latest.
Steve and Genia are having ba-
bies at about a one-a-year clip, so
It's kinda' hard to be sure.
I .And Anna Katherine, bless
your heart, I'm not exactly posi-
tive when you were born (you
,. ', -- "


by Kesley Colbert


You Get The Whole Kit-n-Caboodle


need a score card to keep up witvh
the comm s and goin s in this
group) but I remember \your
mother eating for two or three or
four last Thanksgiving. 'Course,
come to think of it, your Mom
% was pigging out.the Thanksgiving
before that and the Fourth of
July before that and the Christ-
mas. ...
A.K., I know you're young.
and I don't want to be pushy or
presumptuous (Lord knows we've
got enough of those in this clan)
.but you're going to need some
'help "understanding" the family'
as the years mount on you. I
,


don't want you jumping In there
cold like I did ....
You see. and I think it's still
this way in many families today.
you have to take 'em all-whether
you want them or not. Let me ex-
plain.
I married Cathy in late June
of 1974. Early June Daddy Brown
has got me up at the big house
looking me over. .'
"Boy, you got a good job?"'
'Well, sir, I-uh-"
.!'Speak Uip, boy! I want to
know if you can take care of my
granddaughter!"
I realized right off that ."a


good job' as he meant it was
President of the United States or,
at the very least, head of General
Motors.
"Chessie. Tessie, Kesse, what
kind of name ,s that?"
j didn't think Daddy Brown
liked me, or anything about me.
And his wife, Jo-Jo, kept asking
about my family, "couldn't I pos-
sibly be related to a President...?"
And I remember the day of
the wedding, how circumspectly
your great-grandmother looked
me over. 'Course, she wasn't
alone. The whole mob was check-
ing out, my every' move. I know
you can relate-you're getting the
same treatment right now.
I kept thinking these people
are nuts-I'm marrying Cathy, I'm
not getting hitched to the whole
blooming, thundering herd!
Guess what? My Aunt.Ruby Nell'
says you can pick your friends,
but you can't pick your relatives,
your in-laws, or your IRS audit
team.
Wait 'til you start having to
learn all the names. I stood in the
receiving line at our reception for
six hours shaking hands and
hugging necks-and they were all
cousins or uncles or sister-in-
laws. Daddy Brown kept patting
me on the, back and saying to
folks, "My new grandson. Did you
meet my new grandson?" I might
be Chessie of Tessie, but I was,
as of today, his Chessie. Jo-Jo
would pull people over to the side
and whisper, "He'i from an old,
old southern family. And, by the
way, did you know he is Presi-
dent-Elect of Florida."
Your mother was one of my
favorites from the start. "I liked,
her name. I was hoping they'd
name you Mary Dudley, Jr. And I
also' like her constant smile, her
laid-back style, and her willing-
ness not to mind my business.
That made her a rarity in the
family. Plus, It's fun to watch her
eat... When you get a little older,
come to' see me; I've got some
great stories I can't wait to tell
you about the real Mary Dudley.
They probably won't let me
rat on your grandmother. She's
the" old. old woman that keeps
picking you up all the time. They
call her Little Jane. I'm .sure you
see the humor. there. I was leav-
ing her house in Tennessee once
to come back to Florida, "Little
Jane, ifyou get a chance, come to
see us." You know how you say
that, just being polite and all, you
don't really mean-
The very next Thursday night
your grandmother, who did I
mention is a lot older than me,
knocks on my back door, "I didn't
finish my story about the cow in
the living room ..."
Anna Katherine, it's going to
be fun.
I do hate that you missed
Daddy Brown and Jo-Jo and
Aunt Robbie and Max and Elk.
But Aunt Katherine and your
great-grandmother will fill you in.
I'll help you with the hordes of
cousins and in-laws and what
not; Anna, this is important-
Don't listen to anyone in the
family except me. I'll give you
-(See KESLEY --- Page 3)


I'm An Early Morning 'Funny Page"Reader of the Daily Newspaper
I d hi nn l h~nnrno rt n


I 'AM A HABITUAL newspa-
per reader at the breakfast table.-
Call it habit, thi rst for: knowledge
or inquisitiveness if you will, but I
nrust have my morning newspa-
per with my bowl of cereal, piece
of toast,, glass, of juice and bana-
na. Breakfast doesn't taste right if
I don't have the newspaper to
scan from cover to cover, first
thing in the morning.
,, It's as habitual with me as a
cup of coffee is to you folks out
there who will drink anything .... ,
especially early in the morning.
The day has just started off
'all wrong if I don't get.a chance to
see what happened in the world
while I slept. My knowledge for
news must be sated if I am' to
meet the day in the proper frame
ofinind.
Now, some folks claim I have
never met the day in the proper
frame of mind and any improve-
ment-such "as' the daily'. bout
with a newspaper-would be a
welcome 'change. -Frehc hie is one


ETAOIN SHRDLU


amsey


of those folks who is forever re-
minding me I need, an attitude.
adjustment the first thing every
morning and for that reason, she
leaves me and my newspaper
alone,
WHEN I READ THE newspa-
per, I invariably get down to the
comics page, which is one of the
primary reasons I read the news-
paper every moving. I, naturally,
read the front page and all the
pages in between on the way to
the 'comics page. Often I take
about a 10 minute stop at the
spori-ts page to see how the Braves


did the night before and scan the...
box scores. ,
When I reach the comics page
I come to a screeching halt.
The comics page gets me in
the proper mood for the day.-.,
Everything in between the front
page and the comics page has
merely set the table for the "des-
sert" of Beetle Bailey*, Snuffy
Smith,' Tumbleweeds and the
Wizard of Id.
These characters can usually
get even the sourest of moods to
looking better.
I dawdle .over, these strips,
browsing around them to pick up


a humorous tid-bit or two. There
are small one liners like the one
in Frank and Earnest the other
day which cracked me up.
Frank and a trainer are in a
weight room and Frank said to
the trainer, "My weight needs
training It won't stay where I.
want it." "
THINK ABOUT THAT one a
while.
Thursday morning of last
week, after a hectic day of getting
the paper out, I zipped through
the hard news;" maneuvered
around the editorial; skimmed
through the. sports page; slid
through the business section and
landed smack in the middleof the
comics page. :
It was the morning after some
particularly stressful stories and
every comic I read was actually
designed and edited to give the
reader a laugh.
Beetle Bailey had painted fac-
es on the bottom of a sleeping


Sarge's bare feet and General
Halftrack looked at them quizzi-
cally and muttered, "Now, what?"
Snuffy Smith got all over Ju-
ghaid for the marks on his report
card, with a great big, "Balls, 0'

Fire!" only to have Jughaid say;
"Well, I got all A's!!'"
This went, on all through the
comic page...
There wasn't a single editorial
message or social comment on
the entire.comic page!
IN THE MORNING I am usu-
ally feeling bad enough, having to
get up before the sun gets fully
up. I don't need messages in the
comics tweaking my social con-
science. What I really need is just
what I received; a humorous lift!
I feel cheated when I turn to
the comics page and see a
"Doonesbury", or some other car-,
toon with a social message dis-
guised in the trappings of a comic
strip. Comic strips are for forget-
ting the social problems of. the


uay ancul. pi ng one ge over i. I
problems they can't avoid from
-the rest of the newspaper, televi-
sion or radio.
ALMOST WEEKLY I get an
inquiry about -when we are going
to have comics in The Star to en-
joy like that. I just have to: say
that there are no weekly comic
strips of the caliber one finds in
the papers every day. '
Mind you, even comics are
drawn and sold to make money.
The big bucks are, naturally, in
the pockets of the daily newspa-
pers, so comic strip artists don't
waste their time. drawing for
weeklies, even though they out-
number the dailies in this coun-
try.'
I guess the weeklies figure
they don't need comics to over-
come the bad taste left by their
news content.
I read the comics to give me
comedy. May it provide my need
forever!


S"v St. Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Time Ht.
June 24 11:41 a.m. H ,1.9 10:21 p.m. L -0.3
'i ,June 25 12:25 p.m. H 1.8 10:58p.m. L -0.1
S1 June 26 1:05 p.m. H 1.6. 11:23 p.m. L 0.1
-' June 27 1:37 p.m. H 1.3 11:28 p.m. L 0.3
June 28 1:51 p.m. H 1.1 11:03 p.m. L 0.5
June 29 11:53 a.m. H 0.9 9:57 p.m. L 0.6
K. June 30 7:24 a.m. H 1.0 7:45 p.m. L 0.5
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Kesley
From Page 2
the whole low-down at the next
gathering. '
Just practice your eating- ,
watch yotir mother or Jo Blair-
and your talking--watch angry'
member, of the'" famn ily standing
nearby--and try not to be influxi .
ehced 'til I can get there n- g ..
S-You might, kinda' hang close;
to your dad.: I don't know him
well, but I saw- him cautiously'
eyeing' the group at' our last
round-'up. I. 'can Just, imagine
what was going 'through 'his
mind. I was pleased t6 learn that
he is a brain-surgeon. '.
'FINALLY. we've got a gmd iftt
the family that can help. -
Love and Welcome,
..... The President, -.


had design work for the park de-
velopment completed and ap-
proved by, the state's recreation
department, supplier of the grant.
As a result of Pate's report the
Commission agreed to go ahead
and issue a call for bids for the
:construction project for the park.
S.The plan calls for the con-'
struction of picnic centers, a,
band shell, installation of play-
ground equipment and leisure
centers as well as walkways and
landscaping throughout the prop-:
erty.


In a related matter, the Com-
mission also agreed to construct
a gazebo at the Washington Rec-
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the cost, Tuiesday night. from the'
Gulf County Commission recrea- .
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Children Vulnerable to Pe&desfian "ide
Nearly 25 percent of the 8,591 pedestrian fatalities and inju- 7. Walk facing the traffic. In areas were there are .ni side-
ries in Florida in 1993 involved children 14 years of age and'un- walks, children should be instructed to walk.on the left. side of
der, according to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and the roadway facing approaching traffic. They'should ivalk in a
Motor Vehicles. single file, as far off the traveled.pajr other .roadway as possible
Officials at AAA Auto Club South urge motorists to remem- If an adult is walking with the child, the adult 'should walk, be-
ber that now school is out of session for the summer, to be tween the child and the roadway, acting as more of a,visible buf-
aware of the increase in numbers of children playing near or on fer to the vehicles. '-' ...
roadways.. Motorists can' do their part in protecting children this sum-
The Seven Tips for Walking Include: .mer by taking extra precautions 'when'apptoaching intersec-
1. Keep from between parked cars. Many children are tions; parked cars, playgrounds, parks' and when making turns.
struck each year in non-intersection accidents when they sud- Summer also nmeans an increase"f bicycles on the roadways,
denly enter the roadway from between parked cars. "Bicycles are legally defined as vehicles in Florida." Bly said.
2. Be extra alert in bad weather. Cars cannot stop as fast "Consequently; bicyclists have the same rights to the roadways
on wet pavement, or vehicles may skid. Because motorists and as rmotorists.- It is important for both motorists'and'bicyclists to
pedestrians tend to hurry to escape the bad weather, they may know the proper rules when sharing the, roadway..
not be paying close attention to their surroundings. Motorists 'AAA Auto Club South offers several pamphlets to help motor-
and pedestrians need to be. extra alert yvhen the weather is bad. ists and parents brush up on safety tips this summer, including
3. Be seen at night. Have your children wear light-colored both bicycle and pedestrian safety. Stop by your local AAA office
or white clothing if they will be walking after dark. In addition, for free copies of these brochures.
place reflective strips on clothing, jackets and hats, and have.
your child carry a flashlight.
4. Cross at corners. Studies show that motorists do not ex-
pect children to cross at mid block, and tend to slow down at in- 1.
tersections because they. expect to see pedestrians cross there. '
5. Observe and obey. Remind children that police 'officers, -'-N
traffic signs, and signals are all traffic safety helpers. They
should be- observed and obeyed.; ..
6. Look all' ways before crossing. Children should be '
taught to stop and look for cars before they cross, and to walk- E v eloe
not run-across the street when it is safe to proceed. Teach
them to be mindful of cars making turns, especially with right- R E I
turn-on-red laws-in effect. REPRESENT SHERIFF AL HARRISON. Although he


S-All -dou 6ung(i) Jeople who live at home or in an apartment,
pay attention: I'm about to give you some information that will be of
.interest, to you about 20 to.40 years from now, depending on your
present age. -. ,-
.There. dre ,cycles in Life,, good and bad" that come about and
you have no way of controlling them. "Hogwash!" you might say. Or,
you, might say; asI once did, that you can control your life and
everything in it. ".: *
Well, maybe your can, but I can't. Let me give you a little exam-
ple of what I mean. ,
One day;' a little over a week ago, I stepped into our laundry
,room and fouhd the floor covered with water. At first I thought our
basement had' been leaking again, but I soon realized it hadn't
rained in' several weeks, so that couldn't be the .problem.
,"It's the hot water heater," my.wife said when I told her about it.
"It's been leakihg'for several days.."
A'hunried call, to the gas company solved the problem: A new
hot water heater and a bill to go with it.
About two.days later, I came home and saw that someone had
washed a load of dishes in the sink. That's strange, I thought, given
the -fact that we.-have' a dishwasher.
Q.P, Wise warned me several years ago that our dishwasher
was worn out. It lasted several years, a tribute to the work Mr. Q.P.
did. "
A 'phone call to our local hardware the next day made us the
proud owners of a new dishwasher. We also received little, piece of
paper with it that hals "Invoice" written at the top. :
Less 'than a week later, my wife and I came in from visiting my
sister, who was in the hospital in Dothan, and found our- kitchen
floor flooded with water.
:"Ift's the air conditioner drain that's stopped up," my wife said.'
"I had to call the repairman last week." 'Well," I said, not believing:
this could happen on a weekend, "you've got to call him again."'
All weekend: we mopped and put towels down to stop the flood
of water. When Dav'id finally came on Monday, the news wvas not
good. "It mfght be a hole in the holding pan, and that will require a
new unit." ...
The Iverdict is still out on that one. ,
The next Saturday afternoon I decided to cut the grass (our
son was in Mexico ohnhis senior trip) and after that I was going to
-grill a steak) for my wife and I. Our lawn mower is ,a push mower
with those Big wheels on the rear so it will push easily and the grill
is one of those gas grills that you push a button and if lights up.
The lawn mower broke down oi my second round and wouldn't,
start, and the gas grill wouldn't start. And when I tried to light it
with a match,. it almost exploded. The hair on my arm was burned
off and it almost scared the dog to death. .
I cooked the meat very carefully, went inside and ate, and then
took a shower and went to bed. No use tempting fate any longer, I
reasoned.
By the way, it wasn't only the hot water heater that was leak-
ing, we found out yesterday. The washing machine has a leak, too.
If it wasn't for bad luck these past few weeks. I wouldn't have
no luck at all!!! .
Let's shuffle and deal again!


IniNation
Amateur Radio operators.
:.known as HAMS. will work
around the clock this weekend to.
set up field radio communication
stations, get on the air, and con-
tact thousands of other operators .
in the U.S. and Canada as part of
participation in the American Ra-
dio Relay League's Field Day.
According to Louie Holland.
(WB4UVI), president of the Gulf.


ceive a five percent reduction on
their premiums after October 1 of
this year. .. '
The reduction is made possi-
ble by the City's adoption of new
floodplain management measures
in 1987. The NFIP has developed
a community rating system which
provides, incentive for communi-
ties to do inore than just regulate
construction of newbuildings to,
minimum national standards.
'The Commission applied for'
the reduced rates, based on their
adoption of the new" minimum
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HAM organization Field Day is
;the annual "shakedown run". for
the ARRL's national field organi-'
zation.
'"Field Day is a way. for HAMS
to get outdoors and have fun un- .
der some difficult conditions." Mr.
Holland says. "But it's also a
chance to fine-tune emergency
communication skills. We use
generators and battery power,
and we set up antennas in the
field. The idea is to put together
self-sufficient, working stations
quickly."
i The ARRL Field Organization
has been, effective in establishing
emergency communications nets
during floods, hurricanes, fires
earthquakes and other major dis-
asters. Members of formal emer-
gency organizations' such as the.
Amateur Radio Emergency Ser-'
vipe- (ARES) and the Radio Arma-
teur Communications Emergency
Services (RACES) regularly partic-
ipate.
The Gulf Amateur Radio Soci-
ety Field Day operations will be
held on' the vacant lot next to City
Hall in Port. St. Joe. Setup will be-
gin at 9' a.m. EDT, Saturday,
June 2.5th; Actual 'communica-
tions should begin at 12 noon
and operate continuously for 24
hours. The public is invited.


has been suspended by Governor Chiles temporarily; he is
still the Sheriff of.Gulf County. The Governor, under the laws
of Florida, may suspend an elected official based on an accu-
sation alone. The accusation can be made without any factur
al basis. In Sheriff Harrison's case, an allegation was made,
by an agent of the FDLE, and that allegation was the sole ba-
sis for Sheriff Harrison's suspension. Sheriff Harrison wel-
comes a thorough inquiry regarding complaints of inmates.
Statements by any law enforcement officer suggesting that
Sheriff Harrison will not be returning as Sheriff of Guilf
:County are false and should not be believed. Removing Sher-
iff Harrison's name from the door of his office does not,
change that fact.
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS should maintain a
high standard of professional conduct. Witnesses have re-
ported they have been harassed, threatened, and intimidated
by one or more officers claiming to be conducting some type
of investigation. As a.witness, you have certain constitutional
rights. You are entitled to be treated In a professional arind
courteous manner.

--If any officer threatens to expose a witness to per-
sonal or public embarrassment, that is unprofession-
al and in violation of the witness' rights. .
-If any officer offers financial or other. benefits, re-
gardless of their costs, it is unprofessional and could
produce false testimony.
-If any officer threatens the employment ofany wit-
niess, for any reason, it is unprofessional and in viola-
tion of the witness' rights.
--If any officer demands any witness submit to any
-kind of examifiation claiming such examinatiolrtI .i_,-
prove the witness;is telling the truth (lie detector'
tests, truth serums, or- other false scientific testing),
such demand is unprofessional and in violation of the
witness' rights. "
-If any law enforcement officer, under the pretext of
conducting an' investigation, asks questions regard-
ing the witness' personal life or questions regarding
the witness' family or loved ones, particularly where
such questions.deal with very private and personal x
concerns and are obviously unrelated to such investi-
gation, that 'conduct' is highly unprofessional and
may lead to suspension and discipline of such officer.

IF YOU HAVE BEEN treated in a manner you believe vio-
lates your basic right of privacy and freedom from harass-
ment and intimidation, you should report such conduct to
authorities for appropriate discipline of such officers. All wit-
nesses in any investigation have a right to consult with legal
counsel regarding the necessity to respond to continued in-
terrogation.
When officers phrase questions so. as to intentionally
start unfounded rumors, a fair investigation may thereafter
be. impossible. If you believe that statements made by FDLE
agents are designed to start unfounded rumors, you are en-
tirely within your rights to demand that they show you some
basis for any allegations against any other person.
TO ASSURE FAIRNESS to Sheriff-Harrison, you should
report such unprofessional conduct, immediately. You may
write to the address below with complete assurance of confi-
dentiality; simply say that you wish the matter treated as at-
torney/client privilege. When' whatever is taking place has
been completed, we will assist any witness who has been
mistreated in any way by making his or her complaints
known to federal agencies and to the statewide Grand Jury.
If you wish to speak directly to the statewide prosecutor,
or to any federal agency regarding any matter that you be-
lieve to be in violation of your rights, you cannot be prevent-
ed by anyone from reporting your concerns to a superior fed-
eral or state agency.
You should address your correspondence "Personal and
Confidential" to imy office, or call.
Bob Kerrigan
Kerrigan, Estess, Rankin & McLeod
836 Jenks Avenue Panama City, Florida 32401
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NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS

Effective July 1, 1994, the Lighthouse Utilities office will move from
its- present location to 2010 Monument Avenue, Port ,St. Joe. Our
phone number and mailing address will remainthe same. Also, ,Mr. Jay,
Rish will be the manager of the company. John ,Thorpe is, no longer
responsible for management and billing. Please do not put'your
payments in the Thorpe mail box: We have placed a drop box'(for your
convenience at the .Indian Pass Marine, where' you' 'may pJace:,yo tr
payments. Please use the following numbers for assistance: ',
Office 9 a.m. to 58 p.m. (904) 22774'27',
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Fireworks

And Safet

By
Elizabeth C. Jones, M.D.
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With Independence Day celebrations just around the corner,
please think carefully about how your family and children can cele-
brate safely. In 1988, 20 people died as a result of fireworks or the.
result of fires caused by fireworks. Hand and finger Injuries require
an estimated 120 amputations annually, and 1/3 of the eye injuries
result in blindness. 15% of the time. ,,he person injured is the by-
stander.
The Consumer Products Safety Commission divides explosives
into Class A (TNT & Dynamite). Class B (large fireworks, cherry
bombs, & M-80 s), and Class C (fountains shooting candles, & bot-
tle rockets). Most states allow the gale of Class C fireworks.
Class C fireworks (the most safe available) account for a lot of'
the Injuries reported. 16% of injuries are from small fireworks.
Sparklers (widely believed to be safe) account for 19% of the inju-
ries.
Injuries rarely result from public, firework displays. Misuse of
fireworks by adults who have been drinking or by unsupervised
children accounts for the majority/of.fireworks injuries.
The highest chance of severe'ipjury' comes froin e uise ot ille-
gal and homemade devices.
Plan a safe 4th of July, Take your family to a public fireworks
display and do not allow even Class C fireworks in the house
Explain to your children the reasons behind your requests for
them to leave fireworks alone. :


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1994


Simmons-Sorrenti to Wed


Ann Yon of St. Joe Beach and
Gary Simmons of Jacksonville
announce the engagement of
their daughter. Nancy L. Sim-
mons, to Robert Joseph Sorrenti,
both of Tallahassee. He is the son
of Alfred and Louise Sorrenti,
Marco Island.
The bride-to-be earned a
bachelor's degree in computer
science from Florida State Univer-
sity in .1986. She is employed by


the Florida Department of Trans-
portation.
Her fiance earned a bache-
lor's degree in English and politi-
cal science from Mercer Universi-
ty in 1980. He is employed by
Abbey Eatery and Cabos Restau-
rant.
A November 5 wedding at,
First Presbyterian Church is
planned.


Alisa Alline Peterson


Engc
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald William
Peterson of pquitman, GA, and
formerly of Port St. Joe, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Alisa Alline, to Timothy
James Barchie of Jackson, New


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Jersey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas E. Barchie, also of Jack-
son. The couple will be married
August 6 at the. Quitman United
Methodist Church.
Miss Peterson graduated from
Florida State LIniversity with a
bachelor of science In marketing.
She is currently a sales represen-
tative for Horizort Medical Prod-
ucts in New Jersey.
Mr. Barchie also graduated
from Florida State University with
a bachelor of science in market-
ing, and is currently a third-year'
law student at Rutgers Universi-
ty. He is employed by T&B Spe-
cialties as the accounting manag-
er. ,
Grandparents of the bride-
elect are Jacque Price and the
late John Charles Price of Port St.
Joe, and-Mrs. W.E. (Bill) Peterson
and the late Mr. Peterson of Talla-
hassee.
Grandparents of the groom-
'elect are Mr. and Mrs. James Kor-
powski of Parma, OH, and the
late Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Bar-
chie of McKeesport, PA.

Whitfield Reunion
Set For June 25-26
The annual Whitfleld Reun-
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from 4 11 p.m. at Whitfield's
Landing at Howard Creek and
Sunday, June 26, at 10 a.m. at
the Wewahitchka Community
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Carl and Mae Phillips are
proud to announce the engage-
ment and forthcoming marriage
of her daughter, Christa Wetona
Williams, to Roger Paul Beasley,
Jr., sorn of Roger Paul, Sr., and-
Rita Beasley, and Reuben and
Wanda Farmer.
The bride-elect is a, 1990
graduate of Port St. Joe High.
.School and is employed at Mae's
Styling. Salon as a nail techni-


d Roger Paul Beasley, Jr.


wedding *
clan. Her fiance is a 1987 gradu-
ate of Port St. Joe High School,
and is presently employed as a
deputy, sheriff with the Gulf
County Sheriffs Department.
The wedding is planned for
September 17 at 3 p.m. at White
City Baptist Church. No local in-
vitations are. ,being sent. All
friends and,family are welcome to
attend. A reception will follow in
the church social hall.


DM NI-\Vhile Italian.s .oined the phrase "pasta primavera"-a sauce of
seasonal vegetable-s erved over pasta--Asian chefs have been doing
Si rtual l \ t h sae thing for centuries. They call it a stir-fry! "Asian Garden
Pasta Primavera" deliciously combines the two. Fresh broccoli,-carrots,
onion s and mushrooms are simply stir-fried in ginger-spicec oil and served
o0 er vermicelli i .thin spaghetti)lz, .
ASIAN GARDEN PASTA PRIMAVERA
8 ounces vermicelli 1 pound fresh broccoli
1V2 tablespoons cornstarch 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 teaspoon white pepper 1 teaspoon minced fresh ginger
1 cup sa-less salt chicken root
broth. 2 carrots, diagonally sliced
3 tablespoons Kikkoman Lite 1 onion, thinly sliced
Soy Sauce 4 ounces fresh mushrooms,
% teaspoon distilled white quartered
vinegar
Cook vermicelli according to package directions, omitting salt; keep
warm. Meanwhile, combine next 5 ingredients; set aside. Cut broccoli into
bite-size flowerets; peel stalks and cut diagonally into thin slices. Heat oil
in hot wok or large skillet over high heat. Add ginger; stir-fry 10 seconds.
Add broccoli, carrots, and onion; sprinkle with 1 Tbsp. water. Stir-fry 5
minutes. Add mushrooms; stir-fry 30 seconds longer. Stir in lite soy.sauce
mixture; cook, stirring, until sauce boils and thickens. Serve vegetables and
sauce over vermicelli. Makes 2 to 3 servings.

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Genealogical Society To Meet


'The Genealogical Society of
Bay County will hold its regular
monthly meeting Saturday,' July
2, at 1 p.m. in the meeting room
.of the downtown library,, 25 W.
Government Street.
Anyone with an interest in ge-
:nealogy is invited to join from 'the
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surrounding areas.
Linda Klebak will present the
program "Researching in Eastern
Europe".
For additional information,
contact ,Nancy Roberts at (904)
785-6924.


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

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

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


Now


Call one of our
training counselors at
the GCCC Criminal
Justice Training
Academy at 747-3233
or the Port St. Joe
office at 229-2760 on
Tuesday or Thursday,
1-5 p.m. eastern time.
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Epliedriei Becomes
.t 11"*1, ;, 1 --'. *- ." *
'The Fl'orida Depar4nent of tion can be filled at any local
Health and Rehabilitative,'Servic- pharmacy.-
, es today announced it is'develop- In. order to comply with the
inrg 'a plan to implement a new law, retail merchants are obligat-
law that' iakes Ephedrine--an ed to remove all products con-
FDA approved drug sometimes training g ephedrine from their
abused as a stimulant-a pre- shelves. HRS is working closely
scription drug in Florida. The law with practitioners, major trade
went into effect May 29. ,associations, manufacturers and.
--Ephedrin6'abuse' h-as become distributors to educate them as to
a recent fad among teens seeking their legal responsibilities. Per-
a stimulant, effect;.or, weight loss. -sons who continue to sell ephed-
The products widely available in rine products are committing a
convenience stores'. .. third-degree felony and could face
,This :makes ariy product con- an administrative fine up to
taihing ephedrine accessible ta $5,000 per violation, per day.
the public only on the basis of a Youths often take the drug in
prescription issued by an author- greater quantities than the labels
ized practitioner. Currently there recommend. A teen-age athlete in
are many over-the-counter prod- Ohio died recently from an over-
ucts containing ephedrine both dose of an oler-the-counter
as a single active'ithgredient and ephedrine product. Some very se-
in combination with other active rious side effects can be encoun-
ingredients marketed in cough, tered when the drug is overdosed,
cold and asthma treatments-the including agitation, nervousness,
only approved over-rthe-counter insomnia, fear, irritability,
Indications. On ,the basis of this breathing difficulties, increased
law, alt' ephedrine containing heart rate and increased blood
products,, including ephedrine
combination' -products can no
longer be sold overithe counter. Ladies' Aiwxiliary
Individuals Who use ephed-
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need to contact their physician to
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14 at the Post Home with Toni
Perry presiding.
Plans were finalized for the
concession stand on July 4th at
the City Park, featuring sno-
cones, pop corn, hot dogs, and
soda at the same prices as in the
past.
Members with birthdays in
June are Dorothy Logue, Brenda
Sampson, and Arnetta Hender-
son.
The refreshment committee
consisted of- Brenda Sampson
and Myong Kelly. .
-'All members are urged to at-
tend the next meeting on July 12.


Card of Thanks
The family of Wanda Patricia
Watson would like to express
their deepest appreciation to Rev.
Howard ,Browning, First Baptist
Church. and church family for all
Sour support and prayers during
the recent loss of their loved one.
Hubert Watson
The Watson Family
The Tharpe Family


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very serious, if not fatal, effects in
persons with existing heart or
blood pressure conditions.
'Ephedrine .obtained in an
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Local Class of 1974 Still

Looking for Members


The class of '74 of Port St.
Joe High School.is having its 20
year class reunion on July 8th
and 9th. All class members are
urged to attend and participate.
They will be holding one more
meeting to finalize the plans on
Thursday, June 30, at 7 p.m. at
Port St. Joe High School.
The teachers of the class of
'74 are asked to join in on the fes-
tivities on Friday, July 8, at St.
Joseph's Bay Country Club from
7-'til.
Also, anyone knowing' the
whereabouts of the following
please contact Ida Garrett as


:soon as possible: Cathy Black-
bumrn, Ray Bolden, Wayne Gable,
Bobby Kirkland, Rose Layfield,
Ricky Padgett, Pam. Edington,
Mitchell Garland, Martha White-
'hurst, Melanie Witherow, Lisa
Herbert, Barbara Beaver, Robert
Dickens, Latanya Jefferson, Ron-
nie Kirkland, Donnie. Leavins,
Mary Whittington, Nelson Tipton,
Kathiv Parrish, LaDonnta Worley,
and Jo Hildbold.
For information and reserva-
t:ons call Traci Gaddis 648-,
5474,. or Ida Garrett 229-8282.
Cost is $30 per person for the
weekend.,


Petty Officer 3 Class Batson

Deployed In D-Day Ceremony


Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class
Shauntae Batson is deployed
aboard the aircraft carrier USS
George Washington, homeported
in Norfolk, VA, and recently par-
ticipated in the commemoration
of the 50th anniversary of D-Day.
Fifty. years ago, Allied forces
stormed the beaches at Nor-
mandy, France, in the greatest
amphibious assault in history.
Code-named Operation Overlord,
D-Day marked, the turning point
in the European campaign of
World War II. An Allied fleet of
2,727 ships and 2,606 smaller
landing craft transported the in-


Seen A Sea Ti

Contact Loca
The updated list of turtle
spotter volunteers places spotters
in four different geographic loca-
tions. If you see a sea turtle lay-
ing eggs on the beach, please
contact', one of the appropriate
volunteers as soon as possible to
enable them to protect the nest.-
Port. St. Joe to Tyndall's
south boundary: Barbara Eells -
647-8238; Paula and Henry
Boone 647-5031; Gail Piccola -
647-8760; Sherrie Davis 229-


vasion force, which broke
through 'the Nazi's ",impregnable"
'Atlantic Wall and dug a toe-hold
in Europe.
In a little more than a month,
.one million soldiers were carried
by sea to France with the weap-
ons and enormous logistic sup-
,port demanded by modem war-
fare; the drive to liberate Europe
was not turned back.
During the commemoration,
Batson's ship visited Portsmouth.
England, and Brest, France.
The 1990 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School joined the Navy
in July, 1:990.


urtle?

l Spotters
2626.
Indian Pass to Eglin's south
boundary: Liz and Corbett Howell
S229-6490; Harry and Judy Paul
-229-8182.
Indian Pass to St. Joseph's
State Park: Herman and Pam
Jones 647-8245; Andy, and Bil-
lie Jean Tuten 648-8260; Cathy
Tuten.
Eglin Site:; David Huetter;
Erick Eggenstein 882-8939.


Encephalitis is a rare disease
that causes inflammation of the
brain..Though encephalitis usual-
ly affects birds, it may occasional-
ly be transmitted to humans by
mosquitoes. While: the virus can
affect anyone, it has its greatest
impact on the very young and the
very old, because their immune
systems are either in a state of
development or decline.
Encephalitis is most preva-
lent during the summer months
or mosquito season. Florida has,
no reported cases' of encephalitis
so far this year, but in 1990 it ex-
perienced its worst. outbreak of.
St. Louis Encephalitis in nearly
20 years-223 in central and
southern Florida contracted the

Second Summer
School Session.
The second summer school
session at Wewahitchka High
School will 'begin Monday, June
27, at 7:30 a.m. Students taking
the second session need to con-
sult their letter as to whether
they should report to the high
school or elementary school. So-
cial studies, language arts, and
science are being held at WES be-
cause of construction problems.

911 Committee
The Gulf County 911 Com-
mittee will meet on June 24 at 10
a.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.


virus, and 13 of them died.
Fever and intense headache
are the most common symptoms,
but illness may become more se-
vere and could even lead to death
in some cases. Other symptoms
"include dizziness, weakness, and
.confusion. Once bitten, it takes
seven to, 21 days for the symp-
.toms to appear. If you suspect
you have encephalitis, contact
your health care'provider immedi-
ately.
The best way to avoid infed-
tion is to avoid getting bitten by
mosquitoes. You can protect
yourself by taking the following
"precautions:
Check screening, including
.porches and patios, to be sure
mosquitoes cannot enter; avoid
gardening and other outdoor ac-
tivities at dusk and during the
night; use mosquito repellent
when outdoors; '* eliminate stag-
nant water in bird baths, flower
pots," gutters, old tires and any
receptacles in which mosquitoes
might breed; if you must be out-
side when. mosquitoes are
present, shoes, socks, long pants,
and a long-sleeved shirt will give
added protection.

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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1994 PAGE 5A



NOTICE JOB NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the City Commis-. The City of Port St. Joe will be accepting ap-
ston of the City of Port St. Joe, sitting as the Board plications for the following position at the Waste-
of Adjustment, will hold a public hearing at City 'water Treatment Plant:
Hall at 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, July. 5, 1994, to deter- Maintenance I
mine whether the City will authorize a deviation to Applications and job descriptions may be
Zoning Ordinance No. 5 for a variance of five feet picked up and returned to the Municipal Building,
(5') on both the easterly and westerly property line 305 Fifth Street, beginning Thursday, June 23-
to construct a residence, located Lot 24, Block 130 July 8, 1994, 'from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Mon-
(2009 Marvin Avenue). day-Friday.
s/ JIM MALOY The City of Port St. Joe enforces a Drug-Free
CITYAUDITOR-CLERK Workplace Policy and is an Equal Opportunity/
Publish: June 23 & 30, 1994. Affirmative Action Employer.
STHE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/JIM MALOY
CITY AUDTfOR-CLERK
Publish: June 23 &30., 1994.


Life Home Auto Business
Health Disability
15% DISCOUNT ON AUTO INSURANCE ue
WITH HOMEOWNERS B I'--"
Sam Sweazy Agent
(904) 227-2106 Port St. Joe,,FL



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HOURS:
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Saturday 9 am-2 pm.
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(Corner Of Reid &4th) PORT ST. JOE, FL






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Avoid Mosquitoes to

Prevent Enceph alitis


Barfield's Sheet Metal & Roofing
BUILT-UP ROOFS SINGLE PLY
FLAT ROOFS WITH WARRANTY SHINGLES
METAL ROOFS TILE ROOF & ROOFING REPAIRS
SHEET METAL MADE-TO-ORDER
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THE STARPORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1994


Ab 6E sA J n .

.Hunting "AndFish Licenses WiH xpire ue3


- Most hunting and fishing li-
censes issued by the Florida


Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
mission expire June 30.


Florida residents now can
purchase 1994-95 hunting and


fishing licenses, from county tax
collectors and their subagents at
the following prices: combination
hunting and fishing license $22;
hunting license $11; fishing. li-
cense $12. Resident, fishing li-
censes are valid for 12 months
from the date of purchase; all
other licenses are effective June
1, 1994 to June 30, 1995.*
Licenses for nonresidents are;
fishing, $30; seven-day fishing,
$15; hunting, $150; hunting (AL
residents). $100; 10-day hunting
(not available to GA residents)
$25; and 10-day hunting (GA res-
idents) $121; and 10-day private
hunting preserve $15. Tax collec-
tors and their subagents are au-
thorized to charge an additional
issuance fee for all licenses.
Also available to residents are
sportsman licenses for $66,
which include hunting and fresh-
water fishing licenses; and Type I
Wildlife management area, arch-
ery, muzzleloading gun, turkey
and waterfowl stamps.,
The cost for five-year licenses
p are: freshwater fishing, $60; salt-
water -fishing (excludes snook,
crawfish and tarpon tags), $60;
and and hunting (includes Type I
wildlife management area, arch-
ery, muzzleloading gun, turkey
'and state waterfoWl stamps).
$270. Holders of five year licenses


also are exempt from price in-
creases and from any new stamp
requirements created while their
licenses are valid.
Children under age 16 are
not required to have fishing or
hunting licenses, however they
must pass a state approved hunt-
er safety coursebefore hunting in
Florida. Residents 65 or older are
also exempt form license fees, but
must carry a senior citizen ex-
emption certificate. These certifi-
cates are free and are available
from county tax collectors. A sim-
ilar free certificate is available to
residents who are totally and per-
manently disabled.
In addition, no license is re-
quired of residents for recreation-


al fishing with a cane pole (no
reel) using live or natural bait or
with a hand line, provided the
fishing is not in a fish manage-
ment area and is in the resident's
county of residence.
For more information, con-
tact your local tax collector's of-
fice or the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission and request
copies of the 1994-95 Florida
Fresh Water Sport Fishing Guide
and 'Regulations Summary and
the 1994-95 Florida Hunting
Handbook.


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Oyster Plate $6.50 Shrimp Plate $6.50
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Tomatoes 294 lb. Melons $1.99 and up eLopes $1.00 and up
Butterbeans Peas (shelled or unshelled) Okra Squash


PHU Expanding

Work is nearing completion on a new 2,906
square foot addition to the Port St. Joe Unit of
the Gulf County. Health Department building
here in Port St. Joe.
The new facilities will house the WIC suite,
the Environmental Health operation and pro-
vide the Unit, with a conference room. Vema


Mathes, nursing administrator for the Health
Department said, "It will be nice to have
enough room to do our job in. It will especially
be nice to have a room where we can hold a de-
cent conference in for a change."
Funding for the addition is being provided
by state capital outlay funds. Construction is
being done by Larry Eldridge of Blountstown
and architect for the project is Charles Arthur
Gaskin of Wewahitchka.


'Mexico Beach




Harmon Realty, Inc

BARBARA HARMON, Biroker Barbara Mannon, Sales Associate, 3647-5004
Ann Six, Sales Associate, p29-6392

648-5767


Gloria F. Griffin
Gloria Jean Fennell Griffin,
42, of Lynn Haven, died Satur-
day, June 18, at her parent's
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home in Port St. Joe, following a
terminal illness.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Michael Griffin; two sons,
Jarvlis' age 9, and Michael, age, 6;
her parents, Alton and Millie Fen-
nell; and three brothers, Alton,
'Jr., Frankie, and Vincent Fennell.
Family visitation for viewing',
will be held on Friday from 1:00
to 8:00 p.m. at Battle Memorial
Funeral Home, located on Cove
Boulevard in Panama City, and
on Saturday in Port St. Joe from
SO a.m. until the se.raicof me.n-
ory.
Funeral services will be held.
Saturday, June 25, at 2:00 p.m.,
at New Bethel A.M.E. Church on
Avenue C in Port St. Joe, with the
eulogy given by Rev. Robert Fen-
nell of Tallahassee.

Ernest M. Jones

Ernest M. Jones, age 74,, of
Port St. Joe, died Saturday, June
11, at his residence. Mr. Jones
moved to Port St. Joe form New
Orleans, LA, in 1962. He was a
retired first .helper from St. Joe
Paper Company after 30 years of
service and was also a member of
the Zion Fair Baptist Church.
Mr. Jones is survived by his
wife, Dorothy Jones of Port 'St.
Joe; two sons, Ernest M. Jones,
Jr., of Cincinnati, OH and Ray M..
Jones of New Orleans, LA; two
step-sons, Deacon, Richard L. Wil-
liams and wife Joyce of San Anto-
nio, TX, and James 0. Williams
and wife Julia of Pensacola;' one
daughter, JuVanva M. Williams of
Pensacola; foster brother, Terry
S. Robinson of Minneapolis, MN;
three granddaughters, Candye
Miles of Cincinnati, OH, Kourtnea
Ann.and Brittinea Williams, both
of Port S. Joe; three grandsons,
Robert Jones, Miles Jones, and
Ernest M. Jones, III, all of Cincin-
nati, OH; a host of. other grand
and great-grandchildren; three
special friends, LaDell McMillian
of Pensacola, Vera Arrindell of
Freeport Long Island, NY, and
.Henry e"Red" Hogue, 'Sr., of Port
St. Joe. .
Funeral services for Mr.
Jones were held Saturday,, June
18, in the Zion Fair Baptist
Church in Port St. Joe at 2 p.m.
EDT with Rev. Raymond Rogers
officiating. Interment followed in'


Forest Hill Cemetery.
Arrangements were
by Gilmore Southerland
Home.


handled
Funeral


New Variety.

Tomato Has

Longer Life
The U.S. Food and. Drug Ad-
ministralioni recently released-a
formal notice supporting the safe-
ty of tomatoes grown from FLAVR
SAVR seeds. The tomatoes will be
marketed by Calgene Fresh, a
wholly-owned subsidiary of Cal-,
gene.
Many news stories have been
released stating that this brand
was developed to provide consu5
mers with a year-round supply of
tomatoes having summertime
taste. The truth is, these toma
toes were bred -to have shelf life.
You are supposed to pick them-in
a semi-ripe state and still be able'
to ship them to market without
damaging the fruit. Only time will
tell if this is a true assumption.


BLUEBERRIES
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$1.00 LB.
We Pick .....$1.25 lb.;

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f Fantasy Properties, Inc.
1200 U.S. Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478

REALTOR

SALES-:.


RENTALS


PROPERTY


-- MANAGEMENT


ELLEN F. ALLEMORE, Realtor
1 4 ,


JOHN M. DELORME, Realtor


FEATURE OF THE WEEK!
206 HWY. 98 Mexico Beach. This 3 bdrm., 2
ba. single family home has all the right
features. Located on 50'x150' lot across "
from DEDICATED BEACH with UNOB-
STRUCTED GULF VIEW Living room has ceil-
Ing fan & great view of the Gulf! Lg.
screened porch on front Lg. kit.. & dining
area. Beautiful all .wood cabinets w/lg
pantry. Bdrms, have ceiling fans, very nice-
ly coordinated wallpaper,. Vertical blinds
throughout house. 24'x35' double car gar-
age w/storage room. Circle car driveways
in front' of hduse-w/bdCk fentred yard! Ex-
cell, cond. $125,000.00.


HOMES Mexico Beach
ROBIN LANE: 117' x 112.4' lot on paved street in nice resi-
dential neighborhood. Unit 17, Block 3, Lot 7.
.143g00. Reduced to $11,900. .
.Sunklst Townhome #1, 109 A. 41st Street, Mexico Beach:
BEACHSIDEII One'bedroom one bath townhome com-
pletely furnished only steps to the beach[ End unit has
fenced private Iok nd side yard area. Nice deck"
area In' back. aell o ry/nlcqrlecorated and fur-
rilshed. Never IIn 'gffe -\irngjdining, and kitch-,
en, great room has cathedra Eeiling. Kitchen, has
large bar. Metal storage building outside Must see
this onel. $52,500.00.
602 Fortner Avenue Stucco DUPLEX only 1/2 block to the
BEACHI 2 Two bedm ore b units. Completely
furnished. On 50'x I.parcte entrance to each
: unit. Excellent rent SPd e. 1mrratrd. $53,500.00.;
64 Magnolia Ave.: This uniquely designed 2 story home has
many features to consider. Only 1/2 block to the
beach 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths. (1 upstairs, 1 down-
stairs). Liv. rm. has ceiling fan, track lighting, '& sliding
doors which lead to large covered deck w/yiew of
the gulf. Also side sun deck off kitchen w/bar and
flourescent lighting. Completely fenced yard makes
nice private outdoor living. Lots of shade trees.
$85,000.00. Reduced to $79,500.00. Also additional ad-:
Jacent lot for $25',000.00.
BEACON HILL
JUNIPER LODGE, 7112 W. Hwy. 98 Beacon Hill. ATTENTION IN-
VESTORSI!: If you're looking for a multi-unit apartment
building close to the beach, we have what you're look-
Ing for! This 2 story building has four rental units just across
the-hwy. from the beach Three one bedroom, one bath
units and on two bedroom, one bath unit! All units are
metered separately for electric, shared water meter. Two
upstairs units have sun deck which overlooks the Gulf!
Two large garage areas for storage with possible efficien-
cy apartment area at back of units, also. parking lot at
back of lot. Central heat & AC in each unit Presently
rented Lot size, 83' on Hwy. .98 x 76.6", x 87.04' x 74.55'.
$140,000
ST. JOE BEACH
CORONADO GULFVIEW #6, end of Coronado St. & Hwy. 98, Wa-
terfront. Super nice Ig. 1 bd., 1 'bath unit on the Gulfl Pri- .
vate sun deckl Lg. liv,, din., & kit. combo, Completely fur-
nishedl Good rental unitl Kitchen has lots of cabinet &
counter space, appliances Include refrig. w/Ice maker,
d.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 g. corner lot w/gulf,
viewl Formal liv. rm. Lg. fam. rm. has beautiful 2-sided
stone f.p. that is the focal point, and separates the dining
area Great kitchen has all wood cabinets, lots of coun-
ter space & center work island. Split bdrm. floor plan has
large master bdm. w/full walk-in closet & bath w/jacuzzi
garden tub, 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 system & shal-
low well. REDUCED $109,900.
106 MAGELLAN ST. Charming 2 bdrm., 2 ba. single family home'
on 50:x125' .lot nly steps to the beach. Completely furn. &
ready for you to move In. Large screened porch in front
has view of the Gulfl Lovely back patio area with picnic
table & chairs. Ig. liv. rm., kitchen has nice all wood cabi-
nets, Includes refrig. w/ice maker,range, and microwave.
Both bedrooms have large walk-in closets. Util. rm. w/
washer and dryer. Ceiling fans throughout! Very nicely
decorated & well equipped! must see this one! $72,500.
HWY. 98 BET. BALBOA & CORONADO ST. 50'x90' lot across from
dedicated beach with great view of the gulf. Septic tank
for 2 bdrm. on lot. Yon's Addition. BIk. 16, Lot 3. $40,000.
106 MAGELLAN ST. Charming two bedroom, two bath single
family home on 50' x 125' lot only steps to the beach!
Completely furnished and ready for you to move in!
Large 31'x11' screened porch on front has view of the

Gulf! Lovely.baqk patio area with pichic table & chairs.
Lg. liv. rm., kitchen has nice all wood cabinets, includes
refrig. w/ice maker, range, & microwave: Both bedrooms
have Ig. walk-in closets. Util. rm. with washer & dryer! Ceil-
ing fans throughout! Very nicely decorated and Well
equipped! Must see this one! S72,500.00.


354 Desoto St.: Large four bedroom, two bath brick home on
:,two Ig. comer ors wn oeourltlul shade riese. Formal IIv
rm, and ning rm Lg fami rm w/ceiling toan and bult-in
enteranrnent center. Master bdrm. with ceramic tile
batrn. cen rneat and air.-'Lg. utility rm. w/wdsher & dryer
hook-ups. Front covered porch! Needs some work Within
walking distance to beachlReduced to $65,000.00.; ,

LOTS ON MEXICO BEACH
Residential Zoned for Homes Only
Texas Drive (2) 100' x lots in'residential area. Unit 14,
Bik G, Lots 7, 8. $9,000.00 each.
California Drive 1 & 1/2 lots in -i.de-nt.al aoea 1.Ini 14, BIk
F, Lot 7 & portion lot 8. $6,000.00.
New Mexico Drive (5)100'x158.33' t. 1l Meco Beach Unit
14, lik B. Lots 9 11. 13 15. 17. $6.000.oo Each.
New Mexico Drive 100 vi58 33 lor Ur,,r 4, BIk A, It-I;pRe-
d ced $5,000.00. ..' '
Texas Drive .00x 108' lot. ULr.i tl, BIk FLl r6 G000
Owner will finance. REDUCED TO 44,606.8.. $4,900.00.
Arizona Drive.,(2) 100'x108' lots. Uni 14. Bik D. Lots 2, 4.
$7,000.00 each.
7th Street: (2) 100'x108.33 lots. Unit 14,. BIk D. Lots 1, 3.
$7,000.00 each. '
Arizona Drlve'-'(5) 100'x108' lots. Unit 14 Blk D, Lots 6. 8, 10,
12, 14. Owner financing. Reduced to $5,600.00 each..
Colorado Drive: 100' x 158.33' lots. Unit 14, Blk C, Lots 15, 17,
19. $7,500.00 each.
Texas Drive (2) 100'x100' lots. Unit 14, Bik G. Lots 9, 10.
$8,000.00 each.
71h Sheel 100'x108' lot. On paved street. Walking distance
to the Beach. Unit 14, Bik D, Lot 15. $10,000.00.
Wysong Avenue: 109' x 100' nice shaded lot on paved
street in nice subdivision. Underground utilities. Unit 17,
SBIk 1, Lot 6. $12,000.00.
Palm Street: (2) 75' x 100' lots only, 1 block to the Beach.
Nice shade trees, In residential area. $13,000 each.
Unit 11. Blk. 6, Lots 11, 13.'
Magnolia Ave.: 75'x102' lot only 1/2 block to the gulf! Good
gulf view. Unit 11, BIk 8; Lot 7. $25,000.00..
Corner Oak Avenue & Palm Street 1 1/2 lots, large size ir-
regular. shaped. ONLY 1/2 block to the Beach! Owner
will finance. Unit 11, BIk 8, E 1/2 of Lot 16, All of.lot 18.
$29,800.00.
Lots-Wysong Avenue: Two (2) large lots 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 Unit 14, BIk
E, Lot 12.
Corner Texas Dr. and Hwy. 386-A: Two large corner lots with
nice shade trees. Nice neighborhood. $20,000.00. Mexico
Beach Unit.14. Blk F, Lots 24,26 .. ,
Maryland Blvd. 75'xl00' lot. Unit 12A, BIk C. Lot,4.
$13,000.00. Zoned for mobile homes. '
41st Street -'75' x 90' beachside lot. Unit 7, BIk 9, lot 12.
'$40,000
ST. JOE BEACH
Americus Avenue 70' x 100 lor ir. first block to the beach!
Beautiful shade trees! view of the. gulf! $17,500.00.
Yon's addition to Beacon Hill. Blk 11, lot 10.
GULFAIRE
Gulfalre Drive, Gulfaire Subdivision 70'x115' home.lot. BIk
G. Lot 2. Good view of the Gulf. $35,000.00.
WATERFRONT
Hwy. 9.8 ST.. JOSEPH SHORES. 120'x397' waterfront lot.
$120,000.00. Possible owner financing,
OVERSTREET
HWY. 386 4 acres on Hwy. 386 with 40'x60' COMMERCIAL
STEEL BUILDING .and 2 bdrm., 1 bath 12'x60" mobile
home. Ideal for business and home. 240' deep well.
Septic system will allow for 3 bdrm. unit. Approx. 2
acres cleared with pond. 300' frontage on Hwy. 386.
Much more. Call for more details. $75,000, Reduced
$64,500.
Pine Street 1.02 acres with power pole on propertyl'165' x
270' close to canal. $20,000.00.
229 Forest Ave., : 3 bedroom, 2 bath double wide mobile
home on 1 1/8 acres. Very well kept & maintained, in
mint cond. Living room has cathedral ceiling w/celling
fan. Kitchen hasbar, and very adequate cabinet and
country spae. lcter bed i d ha.ceiling farn Ig.
walk E g Iep
complete' cddSrall ftod'ice
garden spot. Large covered porch on front. $42,900.
Reduced to $40,900,00. $39,900.00.
263 Forest Ave., Overstreet: Two bedroom, 1 bath mobile
home on 1.12 acres. Cen. gas heat/elec. a/c. Appli-
ances Include refrig., range. 12'x16' storage building.
50'x100' stocked pond. Utility area w/washer & dryer
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Front row, from left: Stanley Winfield, Isaiah Jenkins, Seneca Chambers, Koran Rouse, and Mosi
Quinn. Back row, from left: Coach Eppinette, Kedrick Woullard, Brett Jeffcoat, James Daniels, Clay
Smallwood, and Travis Jenkins.


Kneeling, from left: Chris Williams, Robert Williams, Jermaine Larry, Brian Jenkins, and D.C.
Jones. Standing: Coach Vern Eppinette, Barry Adkison, Robert Williams, Doyle Crosby, Des Baxter,
Chad Quinn, Damon Walker, and Mario Larry.


Local Teams Win Region One in Sunshine State Games


This past weekend,: the St.
Joe0 Tiger Sharks 12-under and
the 16-under basketball team,
sponsored by Gulf Fabricating,
went to Quincy for ,the Region
One Sunshine State basketball
tournament. The 12-under team
defeated Chipley 56-41 in the
.semi-finals, and Sneads 77-58 to
win the championship. The 16-
under team defeated the Quincy
All-Stars 66-57 and then the Tal-
lahassee All-Stars 60-54 to also
win the championship.
All counties in the Panhan-
dle, plus Madison and Taylor
counties, were included in district
one. The 12-under team was led
by the scoring of James Daniels,
Travis Jenkins, and Brett Jeffcoat
in the semi-final win over Chi-
pley. Playing good defense for the
Tiger Sharks were Seneca Cham-
bers, Mosi Quinn, Clay .Sminall-
wood, Isaiah Jenkins, Kendrick
Woullard, and.Bonjour.Hill.
In the championship game.
versus Sneads, the 12-under's
faced a team with three starters
6' or taller, but the pressure de-
fense of the Tiger Sharks led
them to victory. Travis Jenkins
had five three-pointers, and Sene-
ca Chambers had three three-,,
jointers to lead the..scoring, while;
* James Daniels, Brett Jeffcoat,
and Mosi Quinn did a super job
of rebounding versus the much
bigger and taller Sneads team.
Port St. Joe coach 'Vernon Eppin-
ette said, "The effort by these
young men was something to see;
everyone can be really proud of
how hard they played."
The 16-under team had to
battle from behind to win both
the semi-final and final contests.'
In the semi-final victory over the
Quincy All-Stars, it was truly a
team effort with all the Tiger
Sharks contributing to the victo-
ry. Especially pleasing to the
coach was the improvement of
Chris Williams,' Damon Walker,
and Brian Jenkins.;
Playing good defense for the


Tiger Sharks were Jermaine Lar-
ry, Chad Quinn, and Damon
Walker. In the game versus the
Tallahassee All-Stars, all 11
players contributed in an out-,
standing show of team :basket-


Port St. Joe High School was
rated the top public -AA high
school, in athletic accomplish-
ments for the' 1993-94 season by
the Florida Coaches' Association.
The Sharksfinished ninth in the
state with the top eight places
.taken by private schools.
Tampa Berkley finished first,
followed by St. Andrews and Pen-:
sacola Catholic -tied for second.
Pope John Paul, Tampa Prep,


ball.
The Tiger Sharks will now ad-
vance to the, state championship
round and play the winners of
Region Five, which includes ,Pinel-
las, Manatee, Sarasota, Hardee,


Cardinal Newman, St. Petersburg
Catholic and Melbourne Central
Catholic. Rounding out the top
ten was Clay, a. public school in
Green Cove Springs.
A school earned points for
each sport offered; and the degree
of success attained within that
sport, with the highest point get-
ters winning the 1994 Carey E.
McDonald Award for the "Athletic'
Program of the Year".


Preble-Rish Takes


Fron Bay County


Barry Adkison pitched all
seven innings earning a 7-4 victo-,
ry against Bay County while im-
proving his record to 4-0. Adki-
son gave up four runs on five hits
and struck out four. Cameron
Likely had two hits, two stolen
bases, and scored three runs.,
Brian Jenkins, Des Baxter. and,
Ryan Yeager had one hit each.
SECOND GAME
St. Joe won the night-cap 10-
5 as Russell Young pitched a
complete, game victory, allowing
five runs on four hits and striking
out two.


Cameron Likely, Brian Jen-
kins, and Jesse Colbert did most
of the damage to Bay County
Likely had three hits and scored
four runs, Jenkins had two dou-
bles and 2 RBI's, while Colbert
had two hits and two RBI's. Ryan
Yeager added 2 RBI's on one hit.
TOURNAMENT
THIS WEEKEND
Preble-Rish will 'be playing in,
the Tyndall Federal Credit Union
Classic this Friday and Saturday.
,St. Joe will host one division of
the tournament, with the other
division being played- on Bay


10 & Under Farm Team

Begins Play Saturday
Port St. Joe's Dixie Youth or- 'against Lynn Haven Orange. A
ganization has several tourna- win will put them playing again
ments scheduled in June and Monday evening at 9:00; a loss
July for various age groups of will have them playing Tuesday at
youth baseball. 7:00 in the loser's bracket.
This coming weekend the Dis- TEAM MEMBERS
trict Four 10 & Under Farm Team Selected for the 10 & Under
tournament will begin at Bayou team are:. Santiel Chambers, Ter-
George. The double elimination rance Chambers, Christopher
tournament will feature seven Knox, Bobby Phillips, James Dan-
teams: Callaway National, Calla- iels, Stephen Gaddis, John-
way American, Lynn Haven Patrick Floyd, Bryan Thomas, By-
White, Lynn Haven Orange, Apa- ron Jones, Adrian Peterson, Rod-
lachicola, Port St. Joe and host ney Allen, Aaron Watson and Aa-
. Bayou George. 'ron Hamm. They are coached by
The Port St. Joe All Star team Pat Floyd, Tommy Watson and
will play Saturday at 5:00 EDT Randy Phillips.


Five Local Track Athletes
Qualify For State AAU Meet


Desoto and Highland counties.
The Sharks will play on Friday,
July 8, at 10 a.m. for the 16-
under team, and 1 p.m. for the
12-under team.


The Sharks offered football,
volleyball, boys basketball, girls
basketball, baseball, softball,
boys track, girls track, boys and
girls' cross country, weightlifting
;and golf, with seven of the 12
sports having winning seasons.
Girls' basketball, softball, girls'
track and boys' cross country
were district runner-ups, and
boys' basketball and boys' track
each were state champions.


Two


Team
:County -,fields. Playing here in
Port St Joe will be Bay County,
Memphis, TN 'Travellers", Alpha-
retta, GA "Bandits", Eastside
Baseball of Roswell, Georgia and
St. Joe., The local team will play
at, 10:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. both
days.
Admission for the tourna-
ment is $5.00 for a weekend pass
for all games, both here and in
Panama City. A full concession
stand with grilled hamburgers
and hot dogs, along wththe usu-
al accompaniments, will be avail-
able.
For competitive baseball,
plan on going out to watch these
young, men play at Shark field.


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This past weekend in Talla-
hassee, the Sunshine State
'games track and field qualifier
meet was held at the FSU track.
The Shark Attack Track Club
took five athletes to this meet. All
five athletes qualified for the state
meet in every event they compet-
ed in-only the top four in each
event qualified.
Qualifying in first place for
javelin (87'8"), shot put (30'8"),
and discus (87'3") was Kendra
McDaniels. Vic Sellers placed first
in shot put (38'7"), and second in


discus (1177") and
(105T').


javelin


Leslie Faison won third place
in high jump (4'4") and fourth
place in the 400 meter (1:08.42),
Jennie Smallwood placed second
in high jump (4'6"), and Jason
Shoaf took fourth in pole vault
(8'o0).
The state meet will be in Tal-
lahassee on July 9. The top three
in each event at the state meet
will qualify for the National Meet'
in Gainesville on July 25-31.


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7 & 8 Year Olds


Win One, Lose One


Port St. Joe's seven & eight
year old Dixie Youth tournament
.team dropped to the loser's
bracket following their Saturday
one-run loss to Callaway Nation-
als. Port St. Joe was unable to
overcome a four-run third inning
by Callaway, and lost 8-7..
Leading hitters for St. Joe
with two hits, each were Ray Ray
Bailey, Cody. Strickland, Stephen
Besore, Col ins Abrams, Kale
Guillot and David Hopper.
St. Joe 23 01 0 1-7
Callaway 3 1 40 0 x-8'
DOWN APALACHICOLA 14-9t
Led by Antonio Smiley's dou-
ble and triple, St. Joe All-Stars
had four other players contribut-
ing two singles each in their de-


feat of Apalachicola 14-9 Monday -
evening. Other batters with two
hits were Micah Dodson, Cody
Strickland, Shawn Reynolds, and
Collins Abrams.


Apalach:
St. Joe


32301 0-9
'23 6 1 2 x-14


The local young boys will play
again dt 7:00 Wednesday evening
in Parker against the loser of the
Lynn Haven White and Parker
game. A win will have them play-
ing Thursday at 10:00.
All Stars are Kale Guillot, An-
tonio Smiley, Stephen Besore,
.Brandon Stitt, Cody Strickland,
Ray Bailey, Micah Dodson, David
Hopper, Shawn Reynolds, Collins'
Abrams. B. J. Strickland, Michael
Rowan and Stephen Tarantinro.


BOXERS DISTRICT 4 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Kneeling from Standing: Coach Arden Stephens, Ryan Stephens, Clay Small-
left: Billy Bellinger, Chris Varnadoe, Nehemiah puss. Travis Bur- wood, Ashley Stephens, Coach Clay Smallwood. Brandon Wil-
rows, and Frankie Stallings. I ams, Woodrow Cherry, Kedrick Larry, and Coach Billy Stephens.



Boxers #1 Team In District

Best Dixie Youth 10-12 Year Old Team In Bay, Gulf and Franklin Counties
The Boxers. Port St. Joe's en- White Five Star Trophy 9-0 of the 13th Inning. Star. Ryan Stephens, pitched the
trant In the District Four League Thursday. The Boxers took on All-State first two innings, for the Boxers,
Championship. tournament, won With Thursday's win over that evening at 8:00, and shut and got the win.'He struck out
the three-county, tournament Five Star there :were three teams out the Callaway team 3-0 until four and gave up one hit. Relieved
with a 3-2 wln over Callaway Na- remaining with one loss: Five the bottom' ,of the last inning by Clay Smallwood for two in-
tional All-State in the final game Star, All-State. and Boxe'rs. The when All-State again tried to nings, Smallwood faced the mini-
Saturday. The Boxers won the Boxers drew the bye and rain come from behind, but fell short mum six batters, striking out
tournament following an opening postponed the Friday game be- 3-2. three. Ashley Stephens pitched
game 3-1 loss to All-State, and tween Five Star and All-State to Ryan and Ashley Stephens the hnal two innings for Boxers,
battled back through the losers' Saturday morning. All-State over- combined pitching and catching striking out five ,while walking
bracket. They defeated Parker came a 6-1 deficit in the bottom duties in the championship game,, none.
Hatchell 13-2 Tuesday, Callaway of the sixth inning to tie the game going three innings each. Ryan Billy Bellinger led the Boxers'
American Sil's Cardinals 7-3, 6-6 and force it into seven in- struck out five, and issued only hitting with two hits, a double
Wednesday,, and Lynn Haven nings of overtime before All-State one walk. Ashley gave up both of and a single. Also contributing
took the game 7-6 in the bottom All-State's, runs on one hit and' two hits was Ryan Stephens, and,
heathree walks while striking out Ashley Stephens,. Kedrick Larry,
four. Brandon Willians and Chris Var-
Srvin Billy Bellinger and, Brandon nadoe each added one single.
Kirvin, Blackshear Williams led the Boxers with two Five Star 0 0 0 0 0-0
Win Golf Tourney hits each. Boxers 2 0 6 1 x-9 7
~0 1e 0 0 0-3


The St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club held a Member to Member
Tournament on June 11 and 12.
The first place low gross went
to Stacy Kirvin and Dave Black-
shear.
In the Greg Norman flight,
first low net went to Kenny Wood
and Randall Walker, second low
net went to Bill Cranfoird and
Ruth Cranford', and third low net
went to Jim Harrison and Billy
Barlow.
The Fred Couples flight end-
ed with third low net going to
Sissy Worley and Sharon Evans,
second low net to Bill Wood and
Jeff Wood and the first low net
went to Pierce Taunton and Shin
Taunton.


All-State 00000 2-21
BOXERS 7, SIL'S 3
Brandon Williams got the win
Wednesday pitching 4 2/3 in-
nings before being relieved by
Ryan Stephens in the fifth. Wil-
liams struck out nine and walked
five, while giving up three runs.
Stephens struck out one; giving
up no hits or runs. Leading hit-.
ters were Ryan Stephens with a
double and 'a single -and Kedrick
Larry with a two-run homerun
and a single.
Sil's (Call.) 0 000 0.30-3 2,
Boxers 0 2 5 0 0 x-7 7
BOXERS 9, FIVE STAR 0
The Boxers threw three pitch-
ers for two innings each in their
9-0 win over Lynn Havery Five,


BOXER TOURNAMENT STATS
Brandon Williams led all Box-
ers, banging out a,,.467 average.
He was followed by Ryan Ste-
phens :.412, Kedrick Larry .385,
Clay Smallwood .375,' Ashley Ste-
phens .357, Chris Varnadoe .308
and Billy Bellinger .294.
Pitching duties were- shared,
by five pitchers in the tourria-
ment championship.
Ashley Stephens: 18 s.o., .3
bb, 2 runs, 3 hits in 9 innings;
Ryan Stephens 14 s.o., 6 bb, one
run, two hits in. nine innings;
Clay Smallwood, 8 s.o., five bb, in
six innings; Brandon Williams, 9
s.o., 5 bb, in five innings and Ke-
drick Larry, one walk in one in-
ning.


7'& 8 YEAR OLD ALL-STARS: Kneeling: Antonio Smiley, Ray Bailey, Collins Abrams, B.J. Strick-
land, Shawn Reynolds, David Hopper. Standing: Stephen Besore, Kale Guillot, Cody Strickland, Ste-
phen Tarantino, Brandon Stitt, Michael Rowan, Micah Dodson. Coaches: Donnie Guillot, Joey Taranti-
no, and Bill Dodson.


Juvenile Justice
Gulf County Juvenile Justice
Council will meet on June 27 at 7
p.m. at the library conference
room. They invite all interested
citizens to attend. The Gulf Juve-
nile Justice Partnership Grant
will be reviewed and prepared for
July 1st implementation.


Weight Loss Group
The weight loss support
group holds a meeting every Sun-
day from '5-6 p.m. at 402' Third
Street, next door to Marvin's TV.


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Trammell Cited by Counties Drowning Is No. 1 Killer of

For Outstanding Leadership In 1994 Legislative Session Unsupervised Toddlers
V hA i t d Ikit-,, r lhW. i j A ,f.... l d,... ....A .__ "


REP. ROBERT TRAMMELL


State Rep. Robert Trammell has been recog-
nized by the Florida Association of Counties for
his outstanding legislative leadership during
the 1994 Legislative Session.
FAC President Marlene Young, a Polk
County Commissioner, presented Trammell
with a "County Champion's" plaque and
thanked him for his efforts in representing
county government.
Young. noted Trammell's efforts as the pri-
mary sponsor of legislation increasing state rev-
enue sharing dollars for Florida's small
counties, including Calhoun, Gadsden, Gulf,
Jackson, and Liberty.
HB 2047, dubbed the "Small County Kick-
er", passed on the last day of the 1994 Legisla-
tive Session and amends the state's funding
mechanism for the Emergency Distribution
Program.
Rather than providing a lump sum appro-
priation in the state's annual budget, Tram-
mell's. bill authorizes a percentage distribution.
from the state's sales tax. In,the future, fund-
ing for small counties will increase proportion-
ately with increases in 'sales tax collections.
"Rural counties in north Florida are strug-
gling to provide basic services," Trammell said,


"and I've been working to. find ways to get the
state to recognize this fact."
Enacted in'19.82, the Emergency Distribu-
tion Program provided funding to economically
disadvantaged small counties to supplement
the local government half-cent sales tax.
The Emergency Distribution program has
.not received any Increase in funding since'
1990. Trammel 's. bill will provide increased
funding for srnmll counties on an annual basis.
This fiscal year, the state provided approxi-'
mately $5.3 million for the Emergency Distribu-
tion Program. The next fiscal year beginning on
July 1, 1994, will bring around $6.8 million for'
the program, plus an additional $300,000 is
expected in the'year after.
'This is not a lot of money up front, but it
will make a difference to the counties that need
it," said Trammell, "plus, it provides more assu-
rance for increased funding every year."
Among the' counties which would receive
funding under the plan are'five in the 7th
House District seat, which Trammell repre-
-sents: Calhoun Gadsden, Gulf, Jackson, and
Liberty, which combined will receive approxi-
mately $1, 142, 56.


Th nking of TangA College


.Register in advance for Gulf
Coast Community College's life-
long learning courses at the life-
long learning center on the sec-
ond floor of the Student Union
East. Registration is held Monday
through Thursday from 8 a.m.-


Make Appli

-Wildlife M

Area Huntii
It's application time again for
sportsmen who plan to partici-
pate in 1994-95 quota hunts on
Florida's wildlife management
areas. Generally, regular quota
hunt permits are required for
hunters who plan to use the
areas during the first nine (some-
times more) days of regular gun
season. Special quota hunt per-
mits are required for taking part
in pre-season or post-season
hunts, usually modern gun, arch-


5:30 p.m. CT. Fees listed are for
Florida residents. For more infor-
mation, call 904-872-3823.
Weekend Computer Insti-
tute: 'July 8-10, registration
deadline July 6. Classes meet Fri
day 6-9 p.m., Saturday 8:30,


cation Now

management

ng Quotas
ery, or muzzleloader hunts for
deer or hogs.
The Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission will issue regu-
lar and special quota hunt per-
mits in three phases. The first
phase involves a raridom selec-
tion process, but during the sec-
ond and third phases, permits go
out on a first-come, first-served
basis.
Applicants included In the'
random selection should receive a
quota permit or a rejection notice
in six-to-eight weeks. If you are
selected during this phase, you
are not eligible to apply for the
second phase, but you may be eli-
gible for the third. .' .
During the second phase,
only hunters that did not apply or
Were rejected during the first
phase are eligible to apply. Per-
mits will be issued 0on a first-
come, first-served basis from ap-
plications received June 14-
October 7.
Hand-delivered applications
-will not be accepted.
Hunters can pick upl regular
and special quota hunt applica-
tions from any of the Commis-
sion's regional offices, county tax
collectors, or their subagents.
For additional information,
interested persons should contact
the Game and Fresh Water' Fish
Commission.

Chipley's Annual
Watermelon Fest
The City of Chipley and the
Panhandle Festival Committee
are proud to present the 38th an-
nual Panhandle Watermelon Fes-
tival on June.24 and 25, with ac-
tivities being held in three
locations in Chipley: Downtown,
the Agri-Center, and their camp-
ground.
The festival kicks off Friday
June 24, at 7 p.m. and lasts
throughout Saturday. Some of
the list of activities include a pan-
cake breakfast, 5,000 meter run,
parade, arts & crafts, square
dancing, specialty foods, games.'
clowns, a car show, and a variety
of musical offerings.


a,m.-4:30 p.m., and Sunday,
1:30-4:30 p.m. Cost for each
course is $35.03.
Computer Literacy: Lotus 1-
2-3, Level 3` WordPerfect 5.1,
Level 3. DOS Shell; AutoCAD,
Level 3, and Novell Netware II.
Purchase textbooks and disks
at the time of registration in the
campus bookstore.
HEALTH RELATED COURSES
Pediatric CPR: Thursday,*
June 30 from 5:30-9:30 p.m.,
with a cost of $12. ,
Gastrointestinal Disorders
& Perioperative Nursing: Tues-
day, July 5, from 6-9 p.m., with a
cost.of $9.
CPR: Wednesday, July 6,
from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., with a cost' of
$24 plus aa, manual. This course
has been approved for NU, DA,
DDS, DH. RAD, CL. and MA.
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Baxter Is

World

Traveller
Rev. Zedoc Baxter is a world
traveller now-having been on a
European tour and back-and he
told about his trip to the Rotary
Club last Thursday.
Rev- Baxter took a two week
tour of "the continent" along with
his wife and the other folks in his
group.
During 'the two weeks, they
toured Switzerland, Liechten-
stein. Austria. Italy and France.
They took in all the old buildings,
castles, churches, restaurants,
etc., just like a self-respecting
Yankee tourist is supposed to do.
Zedoc was impressed with
the rail service of "the continent",
saying, "When people travel over
there, they take the train. It gets
you places fast. has good connec-
tions and operates on time. The
train is the way to .go when you
visit "the continent.""
Being an Alabama farm boy,
Zedoc was most taken by the con-
dition of the farms in Europe.
'They were neat anid clean, utiliz-
ing every inch of space (or crops."
Baxter described- the fields of his
home in Alabama, where they left
plum thickets at the end of the
rows for a nice snack before turn-
ing around and plowing in the op-
posite direction. "They plant right
up to the line and there are no
weeds or bushes in sight to clut-
ter up the fields."
Rev. Baxter visited such an-
cient cities as Vienna, Geneva,
Lucerne, Salzburgh, Innsbruck
and the Alps.
Guests of the club were Steve
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Course?
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Board of Nursing and HRS re-
Squirements for health profesion-
als who have previously complet-
ed a four hour course.
ENT and Skin Disorders:
Tuesday. July 12, from 6-9 p.m.
at a cost of $9.
S First Aid: A course for par-
ents and child care workers;
Tuesday, July 12, from 5:30-9:30
at a cost of $12.
Gynecological Update: Tues-
day, July 19, from 6-9 p.m. at a
cost of $.
Scuba Diving
Gulf Coast Community Col-
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Diving" course on Monday, Tues-
day, Wednesday. and Thursday.
June 21 to August 2 from 7 to
9:50 p.m. Students must pass a
basic water skills test at the first
class meeting. Cost of the course
is $99.09 plus a $9 lab fee. Stu-
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iBasic Handgun Safety
Gulf .CoasL community Col-
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from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. This
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weapon permit and all classes
must be attended for certification.
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vide 50 rounds of ammunition
plus ear and eye protection. Reg-
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Florida's toddlers-drowned about
half of them in swimming pools.
Most children who drown are
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that in 76 percent of childhood
drowning cases, the child was un-
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sibling who had been distracted
by the phone, chores or socializ-
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bathtub or near a mop bucket. If
you own a pool, please isolate it
with an approved four-sided fence
and install a self-latching door.-
These are effective barriers that
make potential dangers a lot less'
so.
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problem. While, toddlers repre-1
sented 22 percent of the drown-'.
ing victims in 1992, men age 15
and 39 are at great risk. They
tend to drown in canals, rivers
and other bodies of water when
they overestimate their swimming'
ability, take dares, dive carelessly.
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Capitol



NEWS

ROUND-UP
by Jack Harper


Grass Grows Great


During June, July

Weather Is Hot
Causing Weekly Gulf County
Need to Mow Extension Service


Gov. Lawton Chiles is proposing a tax cut for homeowners if he is re-
elected in November, but more taxes for lawyers, accountants, and busi-'
nesses whose services and profits are now exempt under Florida law.
S, Chiles said in an interview with TV and print media he will seek a
'statewide vote on his proposal for a sweeping tax reform that could come
i 1996 if he is able to get it on the ballot in the form of a constitutional
amendment.
"A lot of people haven't paid their fair share...I think that means that
we have been taxing some of the wrong people too much," Chiles said.
The. plans, he said, would not Include a state income tax, which is
forbidden under Florida's constitution, and would not raise the amount
of taxes collected "at first", although economists report a wider tax net in
a growing Florida would generate more new money each year.
The strategy would be to sell it as a benefit for education and other
critical state needs, Chiles said.
Only one of Chiles' Republican opponents is advocating new taxes.
He is State Treasurer Tom Gallagher, who is supporting a constitutional
amendment for a penny increase in the sales taxes for prisons and other
crime prevention measures. Jeb Bush, Jim Smith, Ken Connor and An-
der Crenshaw say the state should cut government waste and spending
before seeking new taxes.
Chiles said he would take his plans for widening the tax net to in-
.elude more businesses and services direction to the people, because the
legislaturee has turned down his tax reform proposals in the past.
CROSS BURNING: An old Florida law banning the burning of a cross
on another person's property has been declared illegal by the First Dis-
trict Court of Appeal in Tallahassee. However, according to the judges,
.someone burning a cross on someone's lawn could be prosecuted for as-
sault, criminal mischief, or trespass, and-because of new state crime
hate laws-could get a stiffer sentence.
The 43-year-old Florida law was-struck down because it banned con-
.duct solely because it expressed a message.
FEW BUDGET VETOES: Because it is an election year, Gov. Lawton
Chiles vetoed only $2.8 million worth of the $43.8 million in turkeys in
Sthe 1994 budget, Florida TaxWatch, Inc., officials said last week.
"The governor's veto pen got stuck," TaxWatch President Domonic
"Calabro said after Chiles signed the largest budget ($38.6 billion) in the '
- state's history.
The private research group listed 60 programs it called, "turkeys"
costing $,43.8 million that were slipped into the budget, mostly by power-
ful legislators, without proper public review.
Among those vetoed was a $400,000 item to promote Florida wines
and grapes favored by veteran Sen. W.D. Childers, D-Pensacola, while a
'$500,000 project to renovate the GadsdenpCounty Courthouse in Quincy,
the hometown of Senate President Pat Thomas, was approved.
Chiles' budget director, David Coburn, said it was easy to make a
turkey list but it is difficult to actually.veto such worthwhile things as
crisis stabilization units for children and liver-transplant or Alzheimer's
programs.
'We will never know if those programs are meritorious because they
never got a chance to compete with other projects," Calabros said.
Chiles did not punish with his veto-as many observers expected-
Republicans who denied him a health. care reform package in the special
session. Nor did he punish those slipped into the budget by Democrats
who opposed his programs.
The budget includes $330 million for prison space, $10.9 billion in
education, and $237.4 million for juvenile justice projects.
There are more than 121,000 state employees authorized in the bud-
get, up by more than 4,000, mostly in new jobs in corrections.
FREQUENT FLIERS: Gov. (Walkin') Lawton Chiles Is flying more this
election year at state expense to keep himself in the public eye, but he is
being outdone by Education Commissioner Doug Jamerson, who Is try-
ing to win his cabinet seat in the November election.
The state operates a fleet of four aircraft at an annual cost of about
' $2 million. Elected-or in Jamerson's case, appointed-officials who cam-
paign while flying state aircraft are charged about half of the operating
costs.
Chiles' air travel on state aircraft is up 26 percent over his travels
last year during the same period. Jamerson-since being appointed by
Chiles in January to take over the post vacated by Betty Castor-has
logged more flights on state aircraft than Chiles and almost as many
miles as the five other Cabinet members combined.

THIS IS HOW WE SEE IT
Gulf County Sheriff Al Harrison said last week he is not guilty of in-
terfering with a state investigation and the publisher of the Port St. Joe
The Star weekly newspaper said Gov. Lawton Chiles owes the community
an apology for suspending him before official charges are made.1
The suspension came a week after one of Harrison's employees-civil
division clerk Linda Sue Richter-who had complained of sexual harass-
;ment was found dead in a ditch along a logging road about 10 miles west
:of Port St. Joe on June 1. A suicide note was found in her car.
According to their official statements, neither Harrison or attorney
Bob Moore knew before Mrs. Richter's death that she was involved in a
sexual harassment investigation begun in March by the Florida Depart-
,inent of)Law Enforcement, according to their official statements. They
,were informed of it, they said, by FDLE, agents after she was found dead.
,, Gov. Chiles said in an executive order that Harrison had "interfered
,with an investigation into allegations pending against him, and, in so do-
'ing, obstructed justice by instructing certain potential witnesses to resist
the efforts of law enforcement investigators to gather information."
Harrison has not been charged with a crime. In fact, Chiles and
:FDLE officials said no such evidence had yet been found.
S"Isn't a sheriff deserving of the same kind of protection we give crimi-
nals?" asked The Star Publisher Wesley- Ramsey. "Nobody-even sher-
Sils-should be removed from their jobs simply to assure an 'unimpeded
!completion of a criminal investigation'...especially when there is nothing
found to substantiate claims made by a party or parties abut some al-
leged deeds."
Ramsey said it is "our opinion" Gov. Chiles and the FDLE have over-
stepped their bounds and trampled on the law that everyone is presumed.
innocent until proven guilty...or at least until a reasonable suspicion of
guilt is found.
This old boondocks reporter thinks Ramsey may have a poirit. State
officials in the Tallahassee beltway--both elected and otherwise-get car-
tied away quite often, with their power. A recent example, of course, is
'ov. Lawton Chiles' suspension that turned into the removal of former
.jernando County School Board member Diane Rowden, for doing some-
-thing Gov. Chiles and state lawmakers do legally all the time-lobby each
,Other over the telephone.
Mrs. Rowden just happened to be politically incorrect apparently. Al-
hough the Florida Supreme Court said she could be suspended by the
governor, but not removed for violating Sunshine Laws in discussing
public business over the phone, her suspension became permanent
when the Florida Senate, amidst .heavy lobbying, refused to lift Chiles'
suspension order. The section of the Sunshine Law that she violated, you
see, doesn't apply to state lawmakers, only to elected county officials.
SThey were careful to not say she was being removed, only that they
greed with Chiles' right to suspend. Mrs. Rowden's career on the school
Eoard, of course, was effectively ended.
t' It'll be interesting to see what happens in the Gulf County case.
SMrs. Richter was the wife of Port St. Joe Police Chief Bucky Richter,
who said he believes her death was a suicide, but wouldn't discuss the
investigation of the sheriff. He reported her death to the FDLE shortly af-
ter the body was found.
Investigators say Mrs. Richter's car was found in the ditch some dis-
tance from her body. Initial reports indicated she drowned.




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June and 'July are months
when grass is growing at its full
potential. Mowing is not only a
chore but a necessary mainte-
nance practice. To comply with
our conservation effort to redude
the number of bagged clippings
going to landfills by letting grass
clippings lay in place, it may be
necessary to mow as frequently
as every five (5) days. The smaller
the clippings, the more easily
they filter.back onto the lawn and
become unnoticeable. These are
also months to watch for pests.
When an area in the lawn be-
gins to turn yellow, react! Don't
just ignore it! Usually, the prob-
lem is either one of an insect or a
disease. A simple diagnostic test
is to mix two (2) tablespoons of
any soap into two (2) gallons of
water (but don't mix so vigorously
as to form suds) and then pour
this over two (2) square feet of
lawn right at the edge of where
yellow turns to green. Wait a few
minutes. Insects are involved
with the problem, they'll soon
climb to the top of the grass to
get away from the soap. Chinch
bugs, mole crickets, and qaterpil-
lars are the pests for which to
look. If any of those come up,
treat with an insecticide. Check.
with local garden centers or your
County Extension Service for
what they have that would work
(Diazinon and Dursbani are com-
monly used). If no insect is ob-
served, the yellowing is due to
something else and an Insecticide
will not help. It could be a bur
from using a week .killer or a
problem with water (too much or
too little) but to play it safe, spray
for diseases. Daconll is a com-
monly used fungicide that con-
trols a large number of diseases
on turf.
When spraying with an insec-
ticide or fungicide, don't treat the,
whole yard! Help reduce needless
chemical application to our envi-
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With summer in full swing,
many, ask when is the next ferti-'
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reduce the amount of chemical
applied, current recommenda-
tions are to either use low analy-
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or 15-0-1.5 at low rates) or do not
fertilize at all in the summer.
Studies have shown that grasses
such as St. Augustine and bahia
can, go.the entire summer with no
fertilizer if clippings are allowed
to fall back to, continue providing
slow release nutrition to the
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analysis fertilizers in the sum-
mer, which produce a "bright
green" appearance-pests, such
as grey leaf spot, chinch bugs,
and lawn 'caterpillars can be re-
duced.
Male crickets have laid their
eggs now and those eggs will soon
be hatching. If there was a prob-
lem with these insects in the lawn
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Robbie, 3, and Lindsey,1, Austin, 7, son of David R. &
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SSchool Board Minutes ]


The Gul ConnLIi Scho-Al Board met ii, reg-
.r ses-ici on NlMay 3. 1994 at 6-00 PM II.
ih- .Ci.I C.,u,jnr SchbcI Bu,,oad Admiiisiratl.e
ilITices I, F.:,.i r ,Joe The follutintig memberr.
er, pieseim O'cair Redd Ted Wr'l-iteld. Da' id
B: .,d andi Charlotte Pierce James Hardel..v,, a-
aLe.ett due i.:, llhne's The Superintenidendt aid
&.:r-i At.-:.r.e, -ere als-. present.
Chairrmani Redd presided and the mreeuiig
'a-. pe.ed r.ih prayer led by Charlotte Pierce.
fl.ollo-:.ed b% ,he Fledgec if Allegiance led ,.% Ted
H field.
PUBLIC HEARING ON POLICY CHANGE:
A:ccordii,, tc. Florida Statute. the Bo.ard ader.
ut-eJ p:hlc rhah.ge Ii Lhe local newspapers
Thl- public %as gileri opport r ir',' on this da%, t
pr.o.ide Itipul.. There wan n-o response from irhe
ge,,er l p..tbli
ADOPTION OF AGENDA: 01. moutin bi)
,l Mr Fier.e _econird b%, Mr. Byrd. and uns..l-
:ru-. ,:Ce the Board adopted the agenda.
BUDGET MATTERS/PAYMENT OF
BLLS: CiOn motion by Mr Byrd second, by Mr.
Wh'liieil. a,,d uiiaiilmo:.ua p s.t. the Board ap-
Sr:. ed the allowing budget matters arid pai-
,m,_..r .:r bt l
Spif, re ed Btidget Amreidment N,., Vii
. .3e',,ie,' l Fnuii ", -
Appr:, .d Budget Amendment No. %11
Special Reren..e Food Service:
Approed Budger A-,endmenr, No \ II
Specil he ie,,ae Orher
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: On motion b)
Mr. UVhit'feld -econd b, Mrs Pierce. and lunari-
imou., : ie the b-oardi approved the Ioll:.-wig'-
L.I.J mai- er-
r ai leJ the bid,icor-rracr for the We .a-,
hi--.hko Elemeniitai. Gyrm Siructural Repairs to
S i.:. th-e re i. Mech nical CohrSi-cLtIiig. c,,. -
w'itr the sup.ilou..-i r.hai an indepenidenit final
ini-per.:,r t:.- .pp-oited b, the Board preferably
Charles A Caki,, Airchitect
Awarded the bes t/lowest bid for Bus
Seals, Drum: and Shoes to Bay Truck Parts-
f.:r the 1994-9-4 5 fiscal ',ear.
A Ahli, rhe be-t Elo es bt lI fCor Biu S ,E
Coers/Ci,1l.i-: i-. t lre ficll-.wlI.g \enri.or.r Ei-:
W-j) Iinited School Bu. and 'World- de %11.5I
CONSTRUCTION MATTERS: Jim Orme-
Rej.reeihL3t~ie ifor Honiey)-ell. Inc reviewed
%ith the Bo.rt ai analysis prepared b% NMr
Brd.t and i1iiitnLOIS -tie. the Board opprc.%ed
S,:, hiic-i porite the heaung and cooling of the
Weahir.hk'k High Gym Into the agreement
It -,h H l,:,iie, I l. Inc
CORRESPONDENCE: The Board re-
cited a icat'21 rf khl, tc Irom Pio, SL. Joe Pro.
le-:E G i- .1'i1 [l -:-i.
PERSONNEL MATTERS: 0. morniol cb
Mri Fierce :erc:.,d b-y Mr Byrd and imar.l.
r,:, .-..oe the B.:-ar-l appraoed the follo.U inig
pet. .: l17el Im Atle -
Api-' ed a leale-ol-absenice and Family
Medic a L.? 'e for Karent ButLs
Approed f',r Jid, W illiam.' to be placed
-, F',le'-_.l,-ial -ernices Contract for tne 1994-
5 s- :hocd I yr
AC:c'pte,.l a leiter of retirement rorm Ada
U:,ler C ,-:.ila efl'l'ectile J,,he30 19,95
PROGRAM MATTERS: Olin mil.i. b T,Mr
Byrd, scc.:,.J 1- Mr WAhirlleld. and ulianimo",.
vote. the I.c-. I appi.:'red the loll-wii.g picgr .'
ntrer,-
Approved. an Interagency .Cooperative
Agreement between the-School boards of Bay
Gulf, Calhoun. Jacksoni. H ajhingili ..id
Holmes and District 2 Cepfarimeit :.f 1n1eI.l-,
and Rehahbilitative Services.
Tabled the Pr.--.,"rm.'Perr..s Structure
-Review relating to the ._i-perncd day utll a lat-
er date.
Approved the Gulf District Blueprint'for
Career Preparation ]mpierreiitati.:-i. Plan. for
1994-97.
S STUDENT MATTERS: On motion by-
Mrs. Pierce, second by Mr. Byrd, and unani-
mous vote, the Bodrd approved the following
student matters:
Approved notification to the Department
of Highway Safety and Motor. Vehicles to sus-
pend! a student's driving privilege for noncom -
pllance. : '
Approved for the transfer of Joshua Coop-
er'from Highland View Elementary to Port St.,
Joe Elementary'Tor the 1994-95 school year.
SURPLUS PROPERTY: On motion by Mr.
Whitfield,, second by Mr. Byrd, arid unanimitous
vote, the Board approved the following:
Approved a request for property disposal
6 from the Maintenance Department for the fol-
lbwingt, 1 Air Compressor. PR# 00900827; 1 Mo-
mar Carpet Cleaner, PR#00900h tGin & acces-
soy, PR# 00900805; 1 Ranger Frame, PR#
879862181.
Approved designated and Identified library
books and .materials at Wewahitchka High
School as surplus and out-dated Items for the
purpose of removal from the inventory.
Approved two Junk vehicles at Wewahitch-
ka High School as surplus property for dispo-
sal.
TRANSPORTATION MATTERS: On mo-
tion by Mr. Byrd, second by Mrs. Pierce, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved a new bus
stop for the Wewahitchka/ Margaret K. Lewis
route (Bus #48) at 212 Lake Grove Road.
SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT: On mo-
tion by Mr..Whltfleld, second by Mr. Byrd, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved the follow- '
lng:
Approved the Superintendent's recom-
mendation for a four-day work week-to begin on
May-30, 1994. and end July 29, 1994.
Approved the Gulf County School District
Monitoring Report completed during the 1993-
94 school year.
Approved the following policies for adver-
tisement: 5.99 Drug Free Workplace;, 6.79 Drug
Free Workplace; 2.500 Prohibition of Harass-
meint; 4.527 Prohibition of Harassment; 6.80
Pfohlbition ofHarassment.,
Approved a 1994-95 Holiday Calenidar for
12 month personnel. '
Approved for Board members to. attend
the 1994 Legislative Review Session sponsored
by Florida School'.Boards Association anid the
Florida Associatlon' of Disti-ct,School Superln-
tendenits1on May 19, 1994, In Chlpley. FL.'
S The Board reviewed School Resource Offi-
cer reports for Port St. Joe High School and We-
wahltchka High School for the month of April.
1994. No action necessary.
The Board reviewed a letter of congratula-


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meeillg E,: h AJlt-d 'dle ,,- n,, l le. iIIr..neirl,- t -I
for the I1994-95 ch.:,.- l le.r
VOTE ON POLICY CHANGE: uJ. i- I...:lll
b', Mr Brd. -Oecoid bty Mrs Pi-ece ail,- 'hl-
mn.-us ':-e. the B 3-o.Ad appi -e.e1 the f.e -ll:'..iing
police chii.ge as .d eiiise'J 2 5.4 Retii'iien'it
BeiiefiL, fo-r No.-:-iGe]iei-l FunId Pc,5it :.-i
5.0224 Reuremeiit BeineflIt f.r. Noi.-Geiel -
Filld Pc-.iuoi, ,. 6.424 F.etirerret Be h.eiii.- f'or
N>h.-General Fllind Pc- hitionh I I FI F e : I
Meernui.,
ADJOURNMENT: There L.eimig no r.rl-,er
tbuineis. the rmeering adjouririe at 7.00 P M
The Gulf C-.:Stir Schoal Board met ii., *e.
cal se .slrin c Ma.', 17. 1994. -.t th'e '-lf
Caou,, :Sch-,:l Bati jAdmiiis.Lrati'e OIIri'cs II
Port 1S. .Joe The lll.oitng member_ ere
present. Oscar Redd Ted whitfield D. .id
B.,,] Jd I-me Hatlc.n aid Charl,;rePe '-i-. T-
S.upeaii.teliden. a iil Baj :,: hrd Aii. w -. .e ,.h..
present
Chairmarr Redd presided an.d the meeting
ws,, opened With prayer led i-y Cr.-ilotte Pierce,
foll.:ed b\L the Pledge of Alleg.iance led t.\ Ted
Whiltieldd
RECOGNITION OF TRACK TEAM: A
.laque was preseiied b% the Gulf County
School Boar,- to the track and field rea-r of Port
St Joe High School "..,r achietirg the Cla-- 2A
Stale Ch-,rri.p.oship title f: r the s.:lh::l year
L993-94 Also prese.,,ed w.r r re'.alution
a.iopted bt the Gull C.:-it School Bo:.rd ex-
piessiilg its oppreclaUitri aOhlt gUlhide to the
rea.m r had IL .:coachii4g saL't' 'o:.r exeiripllfying
uCh sliperl]: r athletic l -ut: ilard-il i.. :.'-ilvIng
u :C h 5 11 z .: :,cc rm pi hll h m ei t A ,c-p '.:- I' t h l is ,: ,h- i "
t-.l: I- 1 I. li'lle InL the ; ch :..:.] o r. ,:.ITlie
ADOPTION OF AGENDA: On motion by
Mr- Pierce. .se'.:,id bi. Mr. B,,id :,,d ..:- ni-
rm :-i, .:,re i-the b,.-. ..I l a.-Il:.r.ie.d rhe ..g. ..i l
BID MATTERS O,, mr.. ou. I.-, M B.,I d
-=e:ond bI Mr. H ailoii. and iii., .im l.ir 'l'ote thie
BE-oid approved to reject the one III bid re-
cei ed lor Ll-Fe coin iri oirlOi c.f ihe ba.s .I-l -,1j
t-rTp at Purr St ..-c Midldle ch:-.:. aid ,ir,.:-=.
Ized the S,.perii.eiJeilt .: re- .Il\ertlie Thie
B.:jd al-o e[ Mi l 23. 194 700 PM 7 i :,
open. bids 'f.r the H'euahitchka BsaJ Bii,
PROGRAM MATTERS:Oli mrrtilG,. I_ Mr
H.rii ll[,ch- : hc i bd b% M r P'ence -n.l **lij nilri>:119
.c.6 e. the ib ,o. d app ro.ed the l':. ir prf._-ronr
Appr-.:red rh'e f.-ill,:.wing for the Chpiel I
progrn. d hie -.:. re..li,.:ti-:-li f th" Chapler I illo-
, t lo n I'f, r the 19 14 .') 5 -ch.:. ,l % ea, All =r.. -, r
;erlcee rerinain a2 the., rre .tiJ red,,ce I'h'
ler I pers:i-innel by $ ao 121 i I -t r i'e:-l
aides aldJ the p :-l.sl ,.. .f Ch pFer I Fn arelt i,
id1 emeitCut..J,.Jur.-oc
STiled Ith-e r mni er -.1 the 's iell.:J ein-,,
perifc. J.)l illrl the regul ,r m eerJtig ci, j '- "
1994.
STUDENT MATTERS: nOi motion, by Mr.
Whit0eld, second lby Mr. H'anlon, and -unani-
-rn.:-.'; ore rhie B--.ard a[ipr:p edJ a ieq,-,e:r I-:.-
st ,i lei t r tral:i '-e fro m the GC .11 C .:.,3hhr 1-.1l, I
Scho,:ol ro P:rtt E-. Joe High Schooll.-
PERSONNEL MATTERS: 0., mC..n:., L,)
Mrs. Pierce, second I., FMr ',hirfield -ii..l i.an-
Imous vote, the B.:-.rl l|.n-:.-, r1a 2. -L .l-de-.ip-
tion for Secretary t2. Mi. il.le Sch ,: Puic.i al
On motion by Mr. Byrd, second by Mr.
Whitfleld, and unanimous vote, the Board ap-
proved the following personnel matters for the
19,4 95 ,_h,31l %ear:
Approved the f.il*:2.ing .nc, -iistruc'uial
per--ntnel I- r Wev.ahilchka Elerrneitanr Schi.:.-.l:
Cl .,dice Baxlev. Secretary' S3a-.,i, H.,-L.aid.i


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7ei .E RedJ. Aide
Al^ .r.:,P e, [l-he fial lu iq iu lli-trl.IC~ ll
Fei *,..nihel I2-, r Hliahlaihd % lew Elemenwary
chc.,l -,c:.]lyn Peak. Sec:rev.ar) Margaret Ro-
ie .i r Ch 1 pi-ter I Secrelr), Lls Miller. Aide
Kjr', 7h.: ,r,-. Ch'pter I Aide iand Jace
,ee Aide
.Appiraed the f'olla)iig lion-uIlhbsLiucunal
pe.'-ru.n.el if,:r Port St Joe high School Mar'
L'.u Cu,,rhie Secre',_ry. Secretan-; Janet Bell-
,e.... lvi.ve BeitN Briiilhg l-t flinance Clerk
Edith Gullfrey. Aide. Waihdar Nioli. Secrevan:,
Marleihe sewell Aide 12 hr- per doa.|: Virginia
Smith, Aide: and Deborah Taylor, Aide.
Approved the lollowiing ron-uinstructional
pe_ orinhel i-Or Wewahrichka Highir School: Mar-
t-ha Sterz.:-.. Seciela BoBialie Harrison, Fl-.
i. rce Clerk, Bariara Etloanik-, Aide; LaRue
-i,,ddiesr.:iu Aide. Marilyn Goodwin. Aide; Von-
ctle Dariel-li Aide .I5ciieliiie Graiwr Aide. and
G..eli H.imrn...i, Aide
Appij :, eJ he icl'ir iia ihurihiSLructioial
pe r-i el f.:.r d-he Gulf Cc.ur,-i, Adult School"
Donna. Burch, Aide. ,,,J Merri Chriur.e Secre.
tary.
A tI,. :, i e'l r-h, Ill.:, ii, School B.uacd rOf-
'ice [- :. ,,el l- \ le Fuiial.ce Oliti er.
-i,,'M.1t. F i:l Cle.k. PF ,st., Co le Pa)[roll
Cle, k. M1'- > H:,lh:/ Fiil .-l.e Clerk Frances
, .Sh:,-'e:. ec:e, ly-i Bd ",jgie Beiiavldec Secrr-'-
taiy.
-'"' -appr '.ed tlhe i-llw'li, ItlIce'?.r-f i.stnt.
uonul erlds pei--.&heEl M13itha 5. E aubInks.
,ecrer er ,, B6 ei..1 J,:doiai ecretar,. Phyllha
Goirtrna ii Co,,ne. Mlage Piange. Sch,.-:.l Ps.
ch :.lh,-st. Berri HiliL-id .t:il'lin Spe:ialist
o hI iJ.\ Aile Giliedi TI esrer ,
A-.protied rhe' l:l.lwiig Heih- Ser-ice Pro-
ject per_:',Iriel otuigewnt ilpor liidiig Mar-
sha Bouzemann, Secretary Gall, Blackmon,
Nrre Lliila Chan, N.re Car.l- Klleef Ps,.
ch3l:.ii: t C.i lee Fink, F.,ch .l:.gisr H,,l-eit Six
S.lal :.riei and Jim Bazerrnai. S-:-cial ai'tik-
er. "
Aipprosed the lioil:owlw i Shool iTr jp.:.-rt..
I :.II p-.er eii.el DalF irrira, S-ecei.aelr
Cle .:..- Brov.iell, bSs Mel :halji': Bii:e Nixol'.
Bi l .le.:hanic, MNorril Sli,er-, Bus Mechanic
and D.vid CaLusey. B..s Mechahi,i
Approved the flolloiing Bius Dil'ers Bar.
la a Cieel. Betty Fahii. Moe Ella. Gahi Haida
F :te. Lii,'Fa Pis.uell. Shirlek Williarrn Diaie
Frye P 1iicia Walker. Ro, N:,irri., S illhan,
.Smith, J. O)Barr. Shl-irle Br- aw. Hazel Simlr
".mons Dorothy Jotes .IBa Aidel. Betty Cleckley.
Phlli- O.:.irtman Lee Hall. i~-ckie Grait. PeFc
Re ell R-.:.= Williar.s. F.:ire-i Revell B:il..ara
CGutter ITemp-.irarl anid Ai,,ie SiLer B15,-
Aldel
Appr: ed the il-110-ri. MNIlhielI,,ce /'
Ci.sitdiAl pers-i,,,.Iel D-ai.='i. t lker -ecretar'.
Recd3 K- ,%AJ,ner S ,,nd.,a Br,:-:k ,lcrha B'-: "-
Be l,, -iMlic-.il. O lwlv M.-:-e, 1 r4 R, -a, res._
Le,,3 Weeks. Ad3 Donei, W'illie C. 1eii Tere-a
WflhII,,ns. Willie B MelI,,,ib Di- 1i Jiul-i, Beh.-
.,ile Roi- ii ll F,.lh..i ,--.,, R ,L> F airer J-oyce
i..>3:ks E.-lih T ,:.r, :- F5i L L.tt R ,-ih:, Price
iBesie W'illis. iChrii i,,e .:..le Bill C ,rr Bel,
ca'ti=es Le Cc.rlmr,,, .leCi L 5,j field Mel ,
Mi.t,;i Ce>.ge N -ra.-me ICarl Phillipz ai5d Teil
r, \illi .mr Th,? Bo.rJ al---. ppirved a pol.-i
iir:, I' i. 3 -hon. pe. J IDCT st.Je..t and a p-5.
*It:'2, Ic hl ..3 l,:-i1r p.', 1.\ .l-diul w,kei lor
"Port St. Joe Elementary School.
Approved ,the following School Food Ser-
Svice p.ers,:,il JI.L..It)s Cr-.s. Secretary: E
S. '.- Htd',h '.--..I Pe ,-gy Haierp r M n.-ii2g;r
D' h:, Dimigi Assilaii Ni[ Miier iMarlene Se'
'ell. C = -hiei llle 1 Neal. Fraihce i-iHady.
.-. ir -e E e.,r r,-, S-h--' G-we. L-,wer
MN aiaei .1, lui D.ees..-i Thelmar, Lei. RIr l
T:,,J.1 1,, Ell. GC i, Ca shlle Hl1-"iui i. le .
Sl r-n, ,-h L-.i E erl MaNager Shar.
:. he ,,er A= Lil, N Maniger Reil, K.y
,Irntei e :-i.lu, Feok Ca-hier WVe-hit. hka
hih -.g -. --=l r, r e-r ,e .-I' 1, Martagei D'2.iotl-,
N: -i-, iw: .,.t i i .,ei M i.9 Betl> Cleeklev.
C -iIlel e.loh J,:h ,--:ih 'A e"alwfchkla ElemTili.
tai Schbc Lillia R, Mi.-ier 190-day trial
period); i.11,,, LC : -se C rhier. Valeria


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MN.eis. Fain-y Wrmes and Beck) Hamir. The
Boirdi also. pprt.red a p,1.iluon1 for Assislalit
MaNhager at Port St Joe Eleinetiar% to be an-
ih.u.liced later from existing stalT. anld position.
for AS'iStatt M uiaager at Wevahitchka Elemen-
taor SchO:i-ol to be aiinouced later from exist-
ing 'alT
Approved Bal, B5a de as Admiilistrauve
'-A.-jtoiitLJor School Food Service and Trai.spor-
lr-l i,, i ,
S-- "Api')'e ed a .-iplemenir ii h l- amount cf
iJ82..00LO far Nervine Colvin-for extrE manage-
rial se-vices at Wewahitchka Elemeitar-v School
dulljig the 1993-94- school year.
Approved the follc.iiing teachers for Ainui-
al C-ontr-act positions Wewahitchka El-mentarv
School Tracy Bowers,. Pamela Li ter. Kim Lud-
lam. Mark Tauntor,. Pc-rt St Jr.e ElementarQ
S-, h-3.I Karen Butts. Ray Garrett. Renee Fore-
hand Hiahland N\ ew Flemenlary April Bid-
%ell- F..rt rEt Ji Hi: h Schtool Mitchell Bouiing-
ton Catherire Carroll. Ann Comforter. Gary
Howze. Tommy Knox. James McLeod. Cindl Mix-
oni. Fred Priest. Curus Ray. Heather Rish. Lau-
rel Whiluield We'ahltchlka High School Eric
Bidwell. Giady Bo.oth. Wavne Flowers. Betty
Hollowat Lisa Ingrari. William Monks: Gulf
Cci, nrv Arlitni i-hol Annette MInger: Simona
Pitunman. and Office of nsrructional Ser cces -
Joy Alles.
Appr..ved a letter of retirement for Betty
CadllOous. effective May 30. 1994.
-" The Board reviewed correspondenice from
each school lisung teachers oni Continuinug Con-
Sract or Professional Services Contract status
for th-e 1994-95 school year No action ieces-
'ary
SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT: On imo.
tion bi Mr Whitfield. second by Mrs Pierce.
and oitaairrnTious ote. the Board approved the
i lolhrig timeline Iein order to meet the dead.
line of June 30. 1994. for courpleloi eof the
School Improvement Plans for the 199-1-95
ts:hch.:il \ear:
Jiie I- 15. Schools make Individual pres-
enLtati-:oi :, School Board
J.uhe 15-25 Public meeting to explaiii
plan to school's community "
June 25 30. Formal adoption of finalized
plans b, Lhe Sc:hool Board
There being no further business the
meeting adjou.irned at 4-10 P M to meet again
Ini specl-d session on May 23. 1994
The Gulf Counir School Board met in spe-
cilal essic.in on Mlay 23 199l4 at Port St. Joe
High Sch,-ol ii, Parr St. Joe The following mem-
.bers were present Oscar Redd. Ted W'hitiheld.
David Bvid. James Haiiloi.. aid Charlotte
Pierce The Superhitendeit was also present. '
Chanrtmn.r Redd presided.
BID OPENING: The Board reviewed bids
receli'ed for the \Vewahltchka Bua Baiti '0
motion by IMr V'Ilifl'ileld Secoid hy Mr Byrd,
and unanimous vote, the Board approved to
take the bids under advisement until the next
legul.ii meeting o1 .June 7 1994
There being ino further business, the
meeting was adjourned at 7:15 P.M.


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Bay Medical Center will offer
classes for training of hospice vol-.
unteers July 22, 23, and 24 in
Port St. Joe.
The Bay Medical Center Hos-
pice program takes care of pa-
tients during their final six
months of life. The hospice volun-
teers help the patient and their
family accept the illness and work
to allow the patients to remain at
home with their loved ones. The
volunteers continue to support
the bereaved up to a year after
the patients die. Bay Medical
Center Hospice serves patients in
Bay and the surrounding
counties.
For information on becoming
a hospice volunteer or to register
for training, contact Joan Payelle
at 747-5400,- or call toll free at 1-
800-700-1236. '
-If your groupor organization

would like a presentation on the
Bay Medical Center Hospice pro-
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please call Joan Payelle at the
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Lawn

(Continued from Page 2)

- last year, now is the time to try to
reduce their number by killing
those young hatchlings before
they become adults. To do this,
apply a granular application of a
product called oftanol. Water it in
Immediately (within a half hour of
applying), and this should stay in
the soil for the next 2-3 months,
killing all young crickets as they-'
hatch. Note that in the past this
treatment was recommended for
May. Studies have shown that the
hatch-out cycles for this area are
a little later than once thought. It
Is, therefore, suggested that most-
effective application periods for
the residual product ,oftanol is
June through mid-July. Oftanol
Is only used once a year for mole
cricket control, since it gives very
little control to large crickets and
works best on those that have
only recently hatched. :


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Gleanings From My Garden

"Killer King" Wounds with Laughter


I was in St. Joe for a few days recently. A tooth that I had lost a
filling from began to hurt unbearable during the visit. I couldn't enjoy
any of Mama's cooking because of the pain. That Nolan Ryan medicine
called 'dvil" just was not getting the job done. So I called Dr. Robert
King, .. -ir old family dentist. He graciously worked me in and patched
me up good enough to stop the pain and enjoy a decent meal before
leaving.
Iong before the advent of nitrous oxide, Robert King has been ad-
ministering laughing gas in St. Joe. My brother and I always teased
each other with the mimicked sound of Dr. King's drill. Anyone who
"has ever been to a, dentist knows that sound and cringes when they
Shear it. We nicknamed Dr. King "Killer King". Just before every visit,
',the shrill buzz of "Killer's" drill could be heard around the house.
When you go to Dr. King's office, you never know what you might


Vacation Bible
School at U.M.
The First Methodist Church
will be holding its vacation Bible
school June 27-July 1, from 9
a.m.-12 noon. The theme this
year is "Beneath the Storytelling
Tree", the parables of Jesus. All
children ages three years through
sixth grade are invited to attend.


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Responding to a recent deci- reaching age 18. The members
sion by the President, the :U.S. considered a proposed amend-
House of Representatives voted ment to the Defense Authoriza-
on May 23 to continue the re- tion Bill, H.R. 4301, that would
quirement for all men to register have ended registration. The
with Selective Service upon amendment was rejected 125 to


Future Fathers Should

Assist Pre-Natal Care
Many people think that a ners during pregnancy and on
man's c&tribution to having ba- the subsequent health of their ba-
bies begins and ends at the mo- bies."
ment of conception, but there is As part of their "Men Have
increasing evidence that suggests Babies, Too" campaign,' the
fathers have a larger impact on Northwest Florida Chapter of the
the health and birth of their ba- March of Dimes has outlined sug-
bies. 'Traditionally, the view of gestions to help a father-to-be
pregnancy has been solely the prepare for fatherhood and to
woman's responsibility, but fa- take a more active role .in 'the
thers-to-be are taking a more ac- health of their baby. Pregnancy
tive and supportive role in their and birth can be a safe and
partner's pregnancy," said Elaine healthy time if both partners try
McConnaughhay, Director of to: ,
Community Sevic T'fdr-''he 'Realize, the importance of
March of Dimes. 'They can be a regular prenatal care checkups.
positive influence, on their part- 'Eat a variety ,of .bdds 'that
are good for the mother.
C Ss r eAvoid alcohol and other dan-
Red Cross offers gerous drugs.
rThanks -frHelp, Avoid smoking.
Than s for Help Exercise together as lorig as
American Red Cross Gulf it is not strenuous and her health
County Branch would like to ex-, care provider approves.
tend its thanks to The Christian 'Share the housework and
Community Development Fund take on the more strenuous
and Captain Black's Dive Center. household chores.
Donations are currently being *Keep stress levels down to a
accepted to further assist the minimum.
American Red Cross, Gulf County *Learn as much as they can
Branch. You may send your do- about pregnancy, the birthing.
nations to: American Red Cross, process and childbirth; i.e., enroll
Gulf County Branch, c/o Citizens in childbirth classes.
Federal Bank, Port St. Joe, FL 'Keep the channels of com-
32456, ATTN: Veralyn Lewter. munication open by discussing
All funds received will stay in feelings, joys. and fears.
Gulf County for the benefit of The Northwest Florida Chap-
Gulf County residents. ter of March of Dimes reminds all
fathers-to-be about the important
role they play in a healthy preg-
Card of Thanks. nancy. Even before conception
The family of Wanda Patricia and all through pregnancy, an ex-
The family of Wanda Patricia pectant father can take positive
Watson would like to express steps to help his partner have a
their deepest appreciation to Rev. healthy baby.
Howard Browning, First Baptist y
Church, and church family for all
your support and prayers during !
the recent loss of their loved one.
Hubert Watson
The Watson Family
The Tharpe Family
Pine Street
Card of Thanks Sunday school.............
We would like to thank every- d
one for the calls, visits, food flow- Sunday Worship............
ers, and prayers at the time of the
loss of our loved one, Virginia .G. Wednesday Bible Study.
D "Buddy" Bridges & Family Pastor W.L. Tremain


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8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor



"The Exciting Place to Worship"

[First Baptist Church

102 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Florida

SH. R. Naberhuis Buddy Caswell
Interim Pastor Minister of Music & Youth
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By ev. Steve Clod, ,


get besides a filling. I still remember the fancy toy rifigs he gave when I
was young. I don't remember much_ pain, but I do know I left "Killer's"
office more than once with pain in ,my side from laughing at the good
doctor's homespun humor. You neyer knew what was on the agenda
for the day. Politics, philosophy, religion, sports and music (Doc has
been known to sing a few bars between chairs), all analyzed with the
sharp wit of the good doctor's hilarious perspective. On my recent vis-
it, geography was the topic of the day. Before I left; we had maps out
looking over the coastal contours between St. Joe and Mobile. King re-
marked, "I ought to be a geography teacher."' ,
Dr. Robert King is a man of learning. As I left his office, I noticed a
certificate on his walls from some recent continuing education course
in dentistry. Dr. King knows that 'continuing education is the only
kind of education. Others are around now, but there was a time not
too long ago, you had to drive to Panama City to get dental work done.
I have noticed something about small town doctors and dentists: peo-
ple either swear by them or swear at them (sometimes both). This writ-
er happens to swear by the guy we named "Killer".
After my geography lesson, I asked, "Doc, how much do I owe
you?" He said, "Nothing! Tell your mama to bring me something good
to eat." That's not the first time he has said something like that to me.
And I bet if the truth were told, during the years the paper mill did not
run much, he has said it to many others.
Dr. Robert King has wounded me .with more laughter than any-
thing else. I'm sure I'm not alone. Thanks, Doc, for making it stop
hurting and for taking this old boy on a nostalgic stroll down memory
lane.


continue


uistration

quirement

273. :
Five days before the vote,
President Clinton notified Con-
gress. that continuing draft regis-
tration and providing funding to
operate the Selective Service Sys-
tem is "essential to our national
security". In letters to the leader-;
ship of the House and Senate on
May 18, the President based his
decision on a recently completed
:review of the program by a Na'-
'tional Security Council working
group. He concluded that the Se-
lectivei Sen'ice System and peace-
time registration must be re-
tained, as a prudent military'
preparedness measure in an un-
certain world, as a link between
American society and the volun-
teer military, and as a symbol of
national resolve.
Although there has been no
need to draft men for military ser-
vice during the past 21 years, the
nation has maintained the capa-
illity to reinstate a draft in a ma-
jor crisis. Since July 1980. draft.,
registration has been an obliga-
tion of virtually every man, ages
18 through 25;. Federal law re-
quires that every man must regis-
ter within 30 days of his 18th
birthday. Each man completes a
short form to provide Selective
Service with his name, date of
birth, address, phone number
ad Social Security number. Reg-
istration forms are available at
any post office. Most men also re-
ceive a registration reminder in
the mail a few months before
reaching age 18, and they may
use it to register by return mail.
The Selective Service System has
a telephone line dedicated to an-
swering questions' about registra-
Stion: (708),688'6888.'
Men who don't register are in
violation of federal law. Non-
registrants can be prosecuted,
and they are ineligible for federal
student financial aid, most feder-
al jobs, and job training. The law
applies to male Immigrant aliens,
18 through 25 years old, as well
as male citizens.


t Overstreet
..................... 10:00 a.m.
...................li;00 a.m.
........................ 3:00 p.m .
Phone 648-8144


Constitution AndMonument ',.
Catch the Sorst.oe
THE UNITED MEHOOIST CHCH U
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School......... 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship .........7:30 p.m.
Morning Worship.... 11:00 a.m. Choir Practice
Methodist Youth 'Wednesday............ 7:30 p.m.
Fellowship.......... 5:00 p.m./
Rev. Zedoc Baxter Charlotte Henderson
PASTOR YOUTII/CHOIR DIRECTOR


y St. Joe Assembly of God
309 6th Street*Port St. Joe
Sunday School...................... 10:00 am
| S 111 Morning Worship Service ........ 11:00 am
"" F q '4 Sunday Evening Service ...........6:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study......... 6:30 pm
Jeffery Scalf
Pastor
t Come andReceive Gods Blfessings t
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Sunday School............................................. ............ 0 a.m.
M morning W orship .......................................................................... 11 a.m
Evening W orship ......:.:.......... ................... ................. ................. 6 p.m .
STF. 30.93-12,3093


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


CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


S Worship:
S' 11 a.m. Sunday
Nursery


SMinister: Tom Skipper .229-8310
Message: Watch And Pray
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Corner of 20th Street & Mar in Avenue


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








We Want You To Be
art ofthe Friendly Place -
BIBLE STUDY 9:45 alm. EVENING WORSHIP ........... 7:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIP........ ... 11:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH TRAINING ...................5:45 p.m.
Long AVenue Baptist Church
1601 Long Avenue
Mark Jones
Minister of Music/Youthi


of Port St.Joe


... Weekly Meeting Tiimes
Sunday Mr ng Celebraton and worship ................. 10:00 a.m.
Thursday Night Bible S'tudy. ........................... 7:00 p.m.
Intercessory Prayeat The Rock, Mon.Fri............7:00 -8:00 a.m.
S8:00 9:00 a.m.
'Saturday Family Night Intercession............ ............ 7:00 p.nm.
The Rock;Teens ....:.....:............................. ..... ..To Be Announced-.
Pastors: Jim and Susan List Office Hours: Monday -Thursday
103 Garrison Avenue 9:00 12:00 & 2:00 4:00
Office Phone: 227-2033 Friday: 9:00 12:00


'^ FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
4.. CHURCH
508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP........ .........10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL.............................11 a.m.
S"US N *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
Nursery Available'
The Rev. Joseph kckstine, Pastor



[First Unitdi Methodist Church
.. 11.1 .North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410

Morning Church.....................9:00 a.m. CT
Church School ....................10:00 a.m. CT
Nursery Provided

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


am the bread of life: he that comes to
me will never hunger; 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 Discipldship Training 5:00pm
Informal Sunday Night Service 6:oopm Wed. Night Prayer Service 6:30pm


U.S. House Votes to C


Selective Service Reg

Reject Effort to Eliminate Re,


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THE STAR, -PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1994


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..,Advertising, Pays _Call 227-1278 or 229-8997
S'~,' i: to Place Your Classified Ad Today!


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,
MEXICO BEACH
823 N. 15th Street
648-5776
Sun. Bible Study (all ages) .................9:00 CST
Morning Worship .............................. 0:00 CST
Evening W worship ..........'.................... 6:30 CST
Wed. Bible Study (all ages)..............6:30 CST
Rev. Tommy Doss, Pastor



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











THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE.FL THURSDAY. JUNE 23. 1994


I OAIN lFO S 0 ORR IFO REN


1988 Suzuki Samurai, hard top,
good condition, '$2,500. 227-1197.
ltc 6/23
'88 Chevrolet Cavalier, 4 dr.,
auto. trans., cold air, 84,000 miles,
nice clean car, $3,195. We can fi-
nance with trade-in or cash down.
Come to Oakley's-Cars & Trucks,
Madison St. & Second Ave., (Oak
Grove), Port St. Joe. Call 227-1294 for
more information. ltc 6/23
1986 4x4 GMC Jimmy, excellent
-condition, a/c, p/s, must see. $4,900.
227-3491. tfc 6/23
1981 Toyota Celica, a/t, a/c, ra-
dio, cb,' excel. cond. $3,500. 639-
2268. 6tc6/19
1988 Chevrolet Silverado pick-
up, 827-7247. 4tc 6/19
'88 Honda .CRX, silver, air, new
tires, tinted windows, alpine system,
looks & runs great. $5,000. .229-
6168. ': tfe6/9
'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'
CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and:
out-of-state vehicles. Two locations' to
serve you. Mayhann Motor, Port St.
Joe, 229-6584, Mayhann Used Cars,
Wewahitchka, 639-5810.
tfc 6/2


16 ft. boat, good condition, 55 hp
outboard, $2,200 or best offer 227-
3491.. tfc 6/23
STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE,
White City, anytime, 827-2902.
tfc 6/2





For Sale or Rent: 3, bdrm., 2 ba.,
den, in-ground pool, 1 blockk from
school, 2 blks hospital; 3 blks bay;
big lot, fence, $460. a month plus de-
posit. Best neighborhood. ,227-1536.
ltp 6/23
St. Joe Beach, mobile home, 2
bdrm., 1 bath,, partially furnished,
walk to beach, $200 depQsit; -lease
$250 rent. 229-6778. tfc 6/23
Pea Sheller for rent. Call 229-
2727.
2 bedroom furnished trailer, cen-
tral heat & air. 227-1260.
2tp 6/23
At Beacon Hill, nice 2 bdrm, 1'
ba., ch&a, furnished mobile home, lo-
cated 1/2 block from beach on private'
lot. No pets. $300 mo. $200 damage,
deposit. References required. Call
648-5162 before 2 p.m.' 2tc 6/,a8
.One bedroom house, great for
.single person or couple only-no pets,
$200 deposit. $200 a,.imonth. 229-
8121, located in Oak Grove. Itp 6/-23


Year Round Unfurnished W4-.
terfront' 3 bdrm., 2.5 bath Sea
Shores' Townhome. Beautiful unit,
with stone f.p.- $950 a month. Call'
Mexico Beach Harmron Realty, Inc. .
904-648-5767 or 1-800-239-4959.'
:, Itc 6/23
Year Round Unfurmnshed -
3bdrm., 2 ba. single famnil*y home with&
2 car garage.: $700 a month. Call
Mexico Beach Harmon Realty, Inc.,;'
904-648-5767 or 1-800-239-4959. ,
lte 6/231
2 .bedroom furnished trailer, 101,
Victoria Ave. References, deposit, no
pets. 639-5700 or 229-6711.
3tc 6/16


Unfurnished house, 528 7th St.,
Port St. Joe. 648-5306. tfc 6/9 ,
Home, 5, miles south of Wewa-
hitchka, .near rlivr, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
farm-type environment with pasture
& barn if needed. $400 month plus
deposit. 639-2453. ifc 6/16',
Waterfront 4 bdrm., 2 full baths, 4,
no pets. References required & depds-
it. $585 month. 1-800-443-2737, ask
for Betty, available July 1. 4tp 6/16
Office space for rent at 304 Third
St.. 600 sq. feet. Contact Ron Neel,
872-7676, ext. 6. Available July 16.
2tc 6/16

3 bedroom unfurnished house.
104 Bay View Drive.. Reference, de-
posit, no pets. 639-5700 or 229-6711.
3tc6/16'


2 bedroom and 3 bedroom mobile
homes. No children no pets. Gulf
Shore Court, 648-8211. Also mobile
. home spaces for rent. tfc 6/2


Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tap-
per Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable
housing for the elderly and the
handicapped.
Cen. h &a, laundry facilities, en-
ergy efficient const., handicapped
equipped apts., available. Stove & re-
frig. furn., fully carpeted, 1 bdrm.,
apts., on-site manager.
Equal Opportunity Housing
Complex. Rent is based on income.
This complex is funded by the
Farmers Home Administration and
managed by Advisors Realty. '
I Call 229-6353 for more informa-


NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
tfc'6/2
PINE RIDGE APTS., Rents start-
- ing at $225.00 per mo. Affordable
Living for low to middle income fami-
lies. Featuring 1; 2 & 3 bedroom
apts. with cen. h&a, energy saving
appliances, patios & outside storage.
SRental assistance programs available.
(904) 227-7451. Voice/TIY, Access:
(904) 472-3952. tfc 6/2
QUAL NO1 I
LENDER

Port St. Joe. 2 bed-
-room duplex, ch&a,
gas, stove, refrig.
$300 plus utilities.
Call 227-3579 tf 6/16


OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 and leave mes-
sage. 1f&W

UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm. house,: stove & re-
frig., cen. h&a, screen porch, car-
port & laundry rm. I
* Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove
& refrig., washer/dryer hook-up.
* New extra g. .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 6/2

' Warehouses, small and large;
some with office,- suitable for small
business, 229-6200. tfc 6/2
No. need for wet carpets. Dry
clean 'them with HOST. Use rooms
right away. Rent machine. St. Joe
Furniture, 227-1251. thru 12/94





LOST: We've lost our kitten Figa-
rol He's small, gray & white with gray
spot on chest. We live at 205 8th St.
right next door to Dr. 0. If you have
seen our little kitten please call 227-
1795. Itc 6/23


*Saturday, June 25th, 9 a.m. till.
Multi-family yard sale. Men's, ladies',
children's clothes, knick knacks,
household and much more. No early
sales. Hwy. C-30, 1/4 mile past Cape
San Bias Rd., across from Ski Breeze
RV Park, last house. Rain 'cancels.
Yard Sale: Sat., June 25, 8 a.m. -'
noon. 1606 Long Ave. Itp 6/23
.Carport Sale: Friday. June 24th,
9-2. 113 Monica Drive. Ward Ridge.;
Little.T- kes table and chairs, clothes,'
toss, books, tapes;. Nintendo. misc.'
Items.. Itp 6/23:
Yard Sale: St. Joe Beach. Gulf
St., 2 blocks off HwI 98 on left. Sat-
urda%. June 25th. 8 a.m. until 12:30,
p.m. Furniture. household item".
dishes, what nots. toys. little girls
clothes. etc. Itc 6/23,
Moving Sale: Saturday. June 25.
8 a.m. CST till noon. 418 Texas Drive..
Mexico Beach. All types of goodieg.-
Yard Sale: Stuff and more stulT.
Come see. 1308 Palm Bhd. Saturday.
8a.m. 3 p.m. ltp 6/23
Yard Sale:' 304 I61a St., Oak-
:Grove, 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Recliner $25.
.Child's pool table. $30. Itc 6/23"




WANTED: Gas refrigerator *lIr ,
outside camping purposes. Call l647-
8072. Itp 6/2~


TS SE'V


Teacher certified -ri Elementary
Education and Special Education will
tutor in your home this summer. Kin-
dergarten through college le\el. all ac-
ademic areas. Will suit hours to your
schedule. Please call 647-8048 for
further information. 4tp 6/ 16
All phase carpentry., suspended
ceilings, residential commercial.
639-3028. 'tfc 6/2

COSTIN'S
Bookkeeping Service
Tax Ret-utis'sA'Sedibtaty
224 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
(904) 229-8581




Avon

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


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




Offce ocaed 12 ille***I
C30A n Cae Sa Bia Roa
(904) 227 -2063,4'


M Port St2 Joe Lodge No. 11
.\.. Reg. Stated Communication
1st and 3rd Thursday of each
month. 8:00 p.m.. Masonic Hall.
214 Reid Ave.
S -Jim Mannon. W.M.
Bill Jordon. Sec.
thru /94

We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade
Guns

Indian Swamp Campground
'-Pfwy. C-387- HthYt a rbek



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


STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
All Type Electrical Work
24 Hr. Service
LIC. NER .013168 INSURED
647-8081
ALAN STRICKLAND


5x10 O0x10 10x20
On Site-Rentals 6' Days A Week
.ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S;RENT- *
St Joe Rent-All
First St. 227-2112
M UiniS-
Warehouses-


Sav wv(904) 647-3552:

We clean-
C eani-ng Offices Houses Churches

Service Etc.
Ser c6/2e Patricia Thornton



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


Air Conditioning Appliance
Heating Ice Machines-


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


N


"MR. MILDEW REMOVER"!
Roofs Eaves Siding Drives Etc. ,
NO Pressure On Roofs.
904-763-5509
dichael McCann Panama City


4tc 6/2


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
PAYSI Call 227-1278 to place,
yours. $3.50 for first insertion,,
$2.00 a week for consecutive runs'.
plus 54 per word for all over 20.
COuNSELING FOR CHILDREN. ADOLESCENTS. AND
ADULTS
'Barbara K. Miner, LCSW, ACSW,
Licensed Clinical Social Worker-
License #SW0002721
518-A First St. Evenings. & Sat. by Appt.
Port St. Joe, FL (904) 229-1018
4i 4 / ,

'C..R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work, dozer work, roor
rake, front-end loader, lot clearing
septic tanks, drain fields, fill dirt.
Rt. 2, Box A1C, PortSt. Joe
Phone 229-6018.


STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
SAll Types Roofing
30 years experience -
Lie. #RB0030039, RC 0038936
"Where Quality Is. Higher
Than Price" ,
229-8631

A Gift Shop for
CHILDREN of all Ages
Books *Toys' *etc.
MyVery Own Book
528 6th St. Phohe 227-1636


T.L.C. Lawn Service
A/Types of Yard Work
MOWING, RAKING, TRIMMING,
WEEDING, CLEAN OUTS
AND ROOF.SWEEPING.
REASONABLE MONTHLY OR
SEASONAL RATES AVAILABLE.
Call 229-6435


VCR REPAIR CENTER
321 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
Mon.-- Fri. 10-5, Sat. 9-1
Camcorder Repairs
USED VCR, $85.00
Free Estimates
Phone (904) 227-3660

Good Work Doesn't Cost, it Pav -

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



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


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Meeting:. Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.
AL-ANON
S Sunday 4:00 p.m. &
/ Thurs.. 8:00 p.m.
All meetings at First Baptist Church
of Port SL Joe, all times eastern


LAWN SERVICE
S ; 227-127 ,,
.. All Types of Lawn Care
.FREE ESTIMATES
Scott Burkett
Owner tfc 7/7

JOHN F. LAW
LAWYER
S 1-904-265-4794
S29 Years Experience.
WORKER'S COMPENSATION
PERSONAL INJURY
NO RECOVERY***NO FEE
7229 Deethaven Road, P.C.u /2


HANLON HEATING
& COOLING
S30 Years Experience
SERVICE OFALL CENTRAL UNITS
& INSTALLATION ,
24 Hr. Service License & Insured'
Serving All of Gulf County
Lic. #RA0040379
639-3415
S ,. tfc6/ 6



Remodeling
Repairs
N* ew Construction


W Weather Tight
T Construction

Licensed & Insured
RR0060690
Kevin O'Neill, Owner 229-8635
tfc 6/2


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



BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers -"
Weed Eaters \.
Chain Saws '
Generators

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


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




COSTIN INSURANCE AGENCY;

- -,iAll Forms of lmsurance .v'i eC
322 Reid Ave.. Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899




SFranklin
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


Wauneta's Accounting
& Income Tax

Waurneta Brewer St. Joe Beach
647-5043


We' Can Build Any ra.ier of Nour Choice
St. Joe Custom Trailers
it Tanu fr, atr re Ou rTr.5.,S Rfi -ir
Boat Trailers Farfn Implement.- I
S a'nc/or Lo-Boylfrailers & Repair..
MIlle 227-5234' 227-3428
2319 W. Hwy. 98. Highland View
6wr,Gr Mar,.gc-3, Dr) H, t Sn',,.r,

r--r--- ---

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


Lawnmowers- I:
Weedealers r '
-T killers
S.Chain saws
Generators

-- *Engine Sales


706 1st St.-St. Joe
227-2112
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LIC # RF0051042 -
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
ER 0011618

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


FOSTER TREE &
LAWN SERVICE *
No Job Too Big .. .4 -
.. .Or Too Small *

FREE ESTIMATES *
Ucensed & Insured 904/639-5368 :



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
A i3/17


F'227-7223 Mark Godwin






DESIGN INSTALLATION *.REPAIRS FREE ESTIMATES
,Satisfaction ABSOLUTELY Guaranteed


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1994


Firemen To Fry Fish On July 2nd
The South Gulf County Vol- and have a good time.


Immediate Hiring. We need con-
struction workers with their own
transportation and tools. All trades
needed carpenters, carpenters' help-
ers, plumbers, electricians, and stuc-
co finishers. Please call 904-227-
1813. ltc 6/23'

Top of the Gulf, experienced
cook. Apply in person after 3:00 p.m.
CDT. 3tc 6/23

JOB OPPORTUNITY
The Gulf County school Board is
announcing a job opening for a Secre-
tary. The position will be for Port St.
Joe. High School (Guidance Office -
Student Records). Job descriptions
and application are available at the
-school office. Application must be
;.submitted or on before June 30,
'1994, 2:00 P.M., EDT. Gulf County
School Board is an equal opportunity
employer. 2tc 6/23

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 3
years professional experience (full tim
paid employment) in human services,
'business management, administra-
tion, supervision, program planning/.
development, or related area. Salary
ranges between $21,000 $26,000
commensurate with experience, and
-education. Job description, qualifica-
tion and application may be obtained
from GCARC offices at 200 Peters St.,
lP-6rt St. Joe. Inquiries may be mailed
to Gulf ARC, P. 0. Box 296, Port St.
,Joe, FL 32456. Closing date for appli-
cation is July 7. 1994 at" 4:30 p.m.
This program is funded in part by
Dept. of HRS/Developmental Servic-
es. EEO. 2tc 6/23

Sales associates/office help real
estate office. Male/female. 227-1774,
Rosasco Realty. tfc 6/9

Now' accepting applications for
full time employment Must be over
21-. own transportation and phone, 1
year experience necessary. Must be
flexible and dependable. 648-5129 or
send resume to P. O. Box 13820,
Mexico Beach, FL 32410. 2tc 6/16

Sitter needed to watch 2 children
ages 8'and 6 in my home a few days a
week. Must have your own transpor-
tation. 229-8656 after 12:00.
tfc6/16

Well Springs Home Health Care
Is accepting applications for home
health aides in the St. Joe/
Wewahitchka area. Call .904-653-
8870. 2tc 6/16

Experienced house cleaners
weekends. Boardwalk. 229-8390.
tfc 6/2


Full time and part time weekend
and weekdays. Very strong industrial
Mechanical skills required. Call 904-
227-3554 after 9 p.m. 4tc 6/2

RN's and LPN's day or night shift
available. Apply in person. Bay St. Jo-
seph Care Center. 220 9Lh St., Port
St. Joe. tfc 6/2

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 6/2

Waitresses and counter person-
nel needed for Sand Dollar Bills. 222
Reid Ave. Apply in person please.
tfc 6/2


Marie's Comer Bar. Hwy. 71 &
3.86 in Wewahitchka. Bartender. Ap-
ply in person, tfc 6/2
***POSTAL JOBS..*
Start $12.08/hr. plus benefits. Foir
exam and application info. call 219-
79,4-0010 ext. FL171, 9 a.m. to 10
p'm. 7 days. 3tp 6/23






Two T Vs $35-S75; elec. Ice
cream freezer, $8; 2 box fans, $5 ea.
Vacuum cleaner $10, free standing
organ, $35. 227-1536.. Itp 6/23
Attention Everyone! It's part time!
Lots of new items, great gifts, and fun
too. Also great fund raisers for your
group needs. Call 648-,8779, Rae Ann
Surber, your Tupperware consultant.
4tc 6/23

Satellite, good condition, $400.
639-5101. 2tp 6/23

: 10' Bass Tender Boat; nevei been
used, $375. Sears riding lawn mower,
$400; Nordic Track/perfect cond.,
$350; 3-pc. bedroom suite (dbl bed,
dbl dresser/6-drwr, 3-drwr chest; 2
drwr nite stand),. $300. (Slate tops on
all pieces). Call 229-6773 leave mes-
sage. 1tp 6/23

18,000 btu window air condition-
er unit, $275. 648-5332. Itc 6/23

Pool, supplies and accessories.
Barfield's Lawn & Garden, 229-2727.

Weight Lifting Set: Pro-Form
Hardcore 400 ERA. Electronic read-
out system, cross training system, 3
person capacity, 400 lb. resistance, 8
workout stations, $400. CSA Alpine
Tracker, cross country skiing simula-
tion system, $100. "Cable Console
Piano, $1,000. ,229-6886.
Itp 6/23

30 gal. fish aquarium with acce-
sorles and stand, $130. Call 647-
8035. tfc 6/23

13 ft. trampoline, $100. Call after
5 pm., 229-8959. Itp 6/23

Twin bed :frames with bookcase
her-" sleeper sofa, wedding
gov -,.. n offer 827-8075.


White iron bunk beds,, with mat-
tress, $600 obo. Call 647-8035.
tfc 6/23

28' Yellowstone travel trailer.
Must see to appreciate. Sacrifice sale
$4,300 obo. Must sell nowl 227-3491.
Can be seen at Ski Breeze Camp-
ground, Hwy. C-30. tfc 6/23

Two twin beds, like new; king
size quilted bedspread, like new,
$100. 229-4561 after 6 p.m.
ltp 6/23

Inground 16'x22' swimming pool
with steps and spa, you dig, up,
$1,000. 648-5395. tfc 6/16

Icemaker, needs service, $500.
Call 227-7506: 3tc 6/9

Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfc 6/2
Craftsman tools and Die Hard
batteries are available now at West-
ern Auto Store, 219 Reid Ave. 227-
1105. tfe 6/2

ANTIQUE DOLLS
Will buy or sell antique or collect-
ible dolls. Call 648-8432.
tfc 5/26

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'6/2

GOLD, GOLD, GOLD. Sell us
your scrap gold. St. Joe Pawn, 212
Williams Ave., Port St. Joe.
tfc 6/2

Port St. Joe Western Auto now
honoring entire Panama City West-
ern Auto company store advertised
sale prices. 227-1105. 219 Reid
Ave;. tfe 6/2

Old brick, clean, two, get -41 free.
Call George, 229-8398. .tfc 6/2

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 world, 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 Lire sale prices.
Computerized WHEEL ALIGNMENT.
Sears Card now at Port St. Joe West-
ern Auto. Discover TOO! 227-1105.
tfc 6/2.

FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
Postage and envelope supplied.
Send request to Bible Study, P. 0.
Box 758, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
tic 6/2

.BAHAMA CRUISE! 5 days/4
nights, Underbooked! Must sell!
$2795/couple. Limited ticekts. (407)
767-8100 ext. 2269 Mon.-Sat.. 9 a.m.
S 10. .p.m.
... 4tp 6/2


All kinds, all colors nice kitties.
free to good homes. 227-1476 or 227-
7523. Itc 6/23 .

HORSE FOR SALE, a gorgeous'
red dun, super disposition, straight
legs w/,a long tail. AQHA registered.
sixyears old & easy to maintain. Ideal'
for adult or youth beginner rider. For
more information call Mary Helen
Moore, 827-6812, White City.
2tc 6/16

Got TICK problems? HAPPY
JACK ENDURACIDE is the solution.
Kills ticks & fleas genetically immune
to older formulas. BIO-DEGRAD-
ABLE. Available O-T-C at BAR-
FIELD'S LAWN & GARDEN, 229-
2727. 10tce6/9

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.
10tc 5/12

A A





Lot 15, block 1017, unit #2, Mill-
view Addllton. 3 bedroom, 1 bath
home. 229-8271 or 904-769-9279.
ltp'6/23

Homesite ready for new home, 5
acres, 240' well, electric, ,septic,

12'x18' workshop, 1.,5 miles N. Dead
Lakes, 647-3581. 4tp 6/16

3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home,
ceiling fans, nice, $61,000. 827-2997.
4tc6/16

Luxurious two bedroom, 2 bath
brick home in desirable neighbor-
hood, formal dining, great room, in-
door laundry, luxurious master bed-
room with supersized walk-in closets.
SSunporch, in-ground pool, privacy
fenced yard. Many extras. Ideal for
empty nesters. '229-8276.
2tp 6/16
LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery.
Road, 1 mile off Overstreet Road, 9
miles south of Wewa. Owner financ-
Sing. Call 229-6961. tfc 6/2


All


3 bdrm., 2 ba., near golf course,
airport and bay, Ig. country kitchen,
screened porch, 2 car garage, 2 car
detached garage w/carport, satellite
system, sprinkler system, privacy
fence. 227-1537. tfc 6/16

Good, single family lot in Gulf
Aire, 75'x125', access to tennis court,
swimming pool, dedicated beach.
647-5142. Lfc 7/7

Cute 3 bedroom,..1 bath house;
with carport. All new appliances, car-
pet, ch&a, etc. 443 Parker Ave. High-
land View. Reduced to $37,500. Call
227-7287. tfc 6/9

Two parcels of land for sale in
Eastpoint. One 244' and one 200'. For
more information call 904-229-6407.
3tp 6/9

By Owner: 3/2, c/h&a, stove, re-
frig.,' on 75'x 175' lot. See to appre-
ciate. Asking to clear $60,000. 1312
Marvin Ave. 227-1848. tfc 6/2

2 bedroom beach house for sale,.
St. Joe Beach. Call 904-668-3259 or
904-227-1535. tfc 6/2
Half acre lots for sale, Hwy. 386,
Overstreet. $500 down. $96.48 per
month, 120 months. Call and leave
message. 229-6031. tfc,6/2

Beautiful bay front lot on St. Jo-
seph 'Peninsula, $55,000. Financing
available. Call 229-6031, leave mes-
sage. tfc 6/2

Owner anxious to sell,. 2.73
acres, corner property, Sunshine
Farms, Overstreet, $12,500. 227-
1467. tfe 6/2

2 bdrm., 1 ba. 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. tfc 6/2:

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 appL
only. 229-6861. tfc 6/2

1/2 acre lot with septic tank,
$9,500. Overstreet Road. Owner fl-
nancing. 227-2020, ask for Billy.
tfc 6/2


FOR SALE $30,000
Located at 316 2nd St.,
Highland View. Fenced,
sprinkler system, new roof,
windows, plumbing, wiring,
siding, sheetrock. Accept
trade in of camper, motor-
home, van, pick-up. Call
229-8971 or 227-7327.
34/21


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
THE ADMINISTRATION of the estate of TOM
S. COLDEWEY, deceased, File Number 94-37, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the address of which is Gulf
County Courthouse, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St.
Joe, Florida, 32456. The name and address of the
Personal Representative and her attorney are set
forth below.
All interested persons are required to file
WITHIN THREE, (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
(1) All claims against the estate and (2) any objec-
tion by an interested person on whom notice was
served that challenges the validity of the Will, the
qualifications of the Personal Representative, ve-
nue or jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL. BE FOREVER
BARRED.
DATE of the first publication of this Notice of
Administration is JUNE 23, 1994.
CHRISTIE COLDEWEY JOHNSON
P.O. Box 515
Destin. Florida 325410
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
WILLIAM J RI.H
RISH & GIBSON, P.A.
, 303,Fourth Street
P.O. Box 39
Port St. Joe, FL.32456
,(904)229-8211
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
FL BAR NO. 0066806
Publish: June 23, 30, 1994.


FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned,,
desiring to engage In business under the name of
JANIE'S CREATIONS, Intends to register the name
with the State of Florida. Department of Corpora-
tions.
COMPANY NAME: JANIE'S CREATIONS
ADDRESS: 102 Gulfaire Drive, Port St Joe. FL
32456
OWNER: Jane M. Treglown. 100% Owner
Publish: June 23, 1994

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURrEENTH
JUDICIAL ciRCUrr OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NUMBER 94-37
IN PROBATE:
IN RE: The Estate of
TOM S. COLDEWEY.,
Deceased






1991 28'x70' mobile home on
75'xl-50' lot, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., cen. h&a,
great room w/f.p., master bath has
Jacuzzi tub, cement driveway, large'
front deck, 12'x12' shop in fenced-in
backyard. Call for more information,
647-8035. tfc 6/16


unteer Fire Department will be
holding a fish fry on Saturday,
July 2nd, at 11 a.m. at the fire
station, located at Hwy. 30 and
Cape San Blas Road.
The new fire truck will be on
display, and there will be a live
country band from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. The cost per plate is $4, for'
a crispy fried fish dinner with all
the trimmings.
Everyone is invited to attend


Tom:Todd

.ReaI. INC.


PORT ST. JOE


Lewis Reports

For Duty
Army Staff Sgt. Maurice Lew-
is recently reported for duty in In-
dianapolis, Indiana.
Lewis, a recruiter, is the on
of Levern and Carolyn Lewis, of
Birmingham, AL. His wife, Veron-
ica, is the daughter of Faye Rut-
ledge of Port St. Joe.


LICENSED REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER

SALES.

BEACH

RENTALS

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


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9394-19
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-'
sloners of Gulf County, Florida, will receive sealed
bids from any person, company, or corporation in-
terested In providing the following services for the
County:
Tire Shredding at 5-Points Landfill.
'approximately 2 miles North of Port
St. Joe. on Hwy. 71. Shredding to be
accomplished quarterly, or on as
called basis, at the discretion of the
Gulf County Solid Waste Department.
For further information, contact the
SGulf County Solid Waste Department
at (904) 227-3696, Monday through
Friday, 8:00,a.m. 4:00 p m. E.D.T. A
two' or three year agreement Is de-
sired.
Bid will be based on $/short ton.
Liquidated damages for failure 'to deliver
unit on specified date, and in specified condition,
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 will be received until 5.00 p.m., EDT.
Tuesday. July 12. 1994. at the Office of the Clerk
of Court. Gulf County Courthouse. 1000 Fifth
Stree. Portn SL Joe. Florida 32456. The Board re-
serves the right to reject any and all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/Warren J. Yeager, Jr., Chairman.
Publish: June 23 & 30. 1994.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0394-20
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County. Florida. will receive sealed
bids from any person, company, or corporation in
terested in selhng the following described personal
property:
1994 1/2 Ton PIck-Up Truck. Long
Bed, V-8 Engine, Automatic Overdrive,
A/C. P/S. P/B. AM/FM Radio. Limited
Slip Rear End. Heavy Duty Step
Bumper. Green. For further informa-
tion, contact the Gulf County Mosqul'
to Control Department at (9041 227-
1401, Monday thru Friday, 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.
S Please indicate on envelope, that this Is a
.SEALED BID; the BID NUMBER, and what the bid
, is for.
Bids will be received until 5:00 p.m.; EDT. -
Tuesday, July 12, 1994. at the Office, of the Clerk
of 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., Chairman
Publish: June 23 & 30, 1994.


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9394-21
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners will receive sealed bids from any person,
company, or' corporation interested in selling the
County the following described insurance policies:
I Workmen a Compensation
II. Building & Contents
$ 500.00 Deductible
S $1,000.00 Deductible
$2,500.00 Deductible
Il Comprehensive General Liability
Alternate One
Alternate Two
IV. Automobile Insurance
V. Mobile Insurance
VI. Ambulance Drivers and Attendants Mal-
S practice .
VII. FL Law Enforcement Death Benefit
VIII. Blanket Accident Policy/Volunteer
Squad Members
IX. Public omcials Errors and Omissions
X. Public Employees Honesty Bond/Tax
Collector
XI. Money & Securities Bond/Tax Collector
XII. Public Employees Honesty Bond/Clerk
of Circuit Court
XIII. Money & Securities Bond/ Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court
XIV. Water System Bond
Specifications can be obtained from the Of-
fice o" the Clerk of Circuit Court. Gulf County
Courthouse, 1000 Fifth Street. Port SL Joe, FL
32456. Bids will be received until 5:00 p.m., EDT,
August 9, 1994, In the Office of the Clerk of Cir-
cult Court. The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
/s/ Warren J. Yeager. Jr Chairman
ATTEST. Benrny C Lister
Clerk of Court
Publish:. June'23 & 30, 1994.


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
PAYS! Call 227-1278 to place
yours. $3.50 .for first insertion,
$2.00 a week for consecutive runs,
plus 54 per word for all over 20.


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


Brenda J. Lynn, Associate
Margaret Fletcher, Associate


C ern. ralg n p,'onrlarNancy 1' Avesslate


Elizabeth W. Thompson
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Office: Hwy. 98 at 19th St., Mexico Beach |
Mailing Address. Rt. 3, Box 167, Port St. Jqe, FL 32456
Fax: (904) 648-4247


904-648-5683 or 1-800-582-2990
After Hours: Jay Rish, Associate Broker, 904-229-1070,
Brenda Miller, Salesperson, 904/648-5435

NEW EXCLUSIVE LISTING
1109 MONUMENT AVENUE











3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath nestle on a large 141'x150' corner, lot.
Fruit trees & a large magnolia. Hardwood floors throughout. Master
bdrm. has its own 1/2 bath. Kitchen & eating area, some new ap-
pliances, walk-in pantry. Lg. sunken carpeted den, covered front
porch, cen. h&a, new double French doors off kitchen, new insulat-
ed windows throughout home. Exterior trim has just been painted,
large walk-in attic. Shallow well, outbilding with elec. power.
$89,500.


Call us about our many other listings.


600 MARVIN AVENUE -3/1 Brick Remodeled! Priced at $48,000.
JUNIPER AVENUE- GUNITE POOL 3/1.5 Brick Excellent location! Priced at
$85,000.
WOODWARD AVENUE- Several 1/1 .and 2/1 apartments Senior Citizens. Newlywedsl.
$36,500 & $39,500.
GAUTIER MEMORIAL LANE-The perfect house! 3/3, Florida room, formal living room,
formal dining room. Priced at $225,000.
505 GARRISON- 4 BR, 3.5 BA. Lovely, light, airy, and spacious rooms in this 2,700 sq. ft.
brick/frame home. Large bedrooms w/walk-in closets. Formal'LR & DR. Large gourmet
kitchen w/island bar. Large UR/workshop Dbl. carport. For more information, call Margaret,
eves. at 227-7171. .
.1601 GARRISON- 4/2- Frame construction (western cedar). Sits on comer (120'x185') lot
with landscaping and large oak trees Sprinkler system. Call Margaret, eves. at 227-7171.
209 ALLEN MEMORIAL WAY- 3 BR, 2 BA Has large sunroom, family room wilh fire-
place, large dining room, and double garage. Yard is fenced and has sprinkler system. Short
walk to schools. For more info, ask for Margaret,. associate.
1618 MARVIN- Large 4 BR, 2 BA home on double lot. Has over 2,100 square feet living
area.. 18x24 family room. Double detached garage. Jacuzzi, chain link fence, large trees.
Priced al only $95,000. Shown by appointment only.
1607 MONUMENT AVENUE- Remodeled 4/3; Good location! Reduced!, Priced at
$101,900.1
ST. JOE BEACH
FOUR TOWNHOMES 2/ 1 1/2: Approximately 1250' each. Priced from $61,000 to
$79,000 each.
GULFATRE LOT- Lot #2, Block A 75'x180'. Priced at $62,500.
124 SELMA STREET. POOL 3/2home PLUS 1/1 Guest House! Priced at $97,000.
Ill PELICAN WALK- 2/1 with loft. Buil-in Appliances! Patio, Deck, Privacy Pence!
$49,900; Make Offer!
101 GULFAIRE DRIVE- Prestigious .3/3 home with 2,300'. Many Extrasl Priced at
$198,000.
5978 GEORGIA AVENUE- This 3 br, 2 ba manufactured (1991) home has 1,876 sq. ft. of
living area. Large landscaped/fenced lot. Great Room with vaulted ceiling and FP Large mas-
ter bath uith custom jacuzzi. Large open decks from and rear. Has pantry and breakfast bar.
For details, ask for Margaret, associate, evening # 227-7171;
WEWAHITCHKA
HWY. 71- GULF COUNTY FARMS -2.5 Acres. Pnced at $7,900
118 MAGNOLIA STREET- Older frame, house, 2/1. Borders Burgess Creek. Large Loft!
Priced at $29,000.
MEXICO BEACH
NEW LISTING- MEXICO BEACH CANAL -2/2 two story frame home with vinyl siding,
inside laundry. 128' ON CANAL! Priced at $145,000.
TEXAS DRIVE- Lot with septic tank. Priced at $12,500.
139 PALM STREET- 2/2 frame home -IJmmaculatel Priced at $85,000.
44th STREET NORTH- CANAL LOT- 110' on water. Priced at $68,500.
712 US HWY. 98- Two-Story, 2/2 home. Zoned COMMERCIAL with office.
CANAL PARKWAY- JETTIES # 2- GREAT LOCATION- Across from Canal fishing!
1/1 furnished! $49,900.
SOUTH GULF COUNTY BEACHES
SIMMONS BAYOU -Large, vacant, cleared lot GREAT VIEW OF BAY- Fishing, Shell-
ing, Boating Near. Priced at $35,000.
127 CAPE PLANTATION DRIVT-Country Kitchen- Great Room- 3/2, 2 Dbl. Garages;
Many Extrasl Motivated Seller. $120,000.

INDIAN LAGOON- 100'x400' approx. On Hwy. C-30 Convenient to Apalach. $13,900.
GULF ACCESS INDIAN PASS- 3 BR 1 BA. Concrete block approximately 1,100 sq. ft.
Built on ground level...no stairs to climbll Flood insurance available. Comer lot Side street
ends at the beach. Priced at only $49,900.
GULF FRONT / BAY VIEW CAPE SAN BLAS SUNRISE / SUNSET- Spacious, fur-
nished, recently re-decorated 3 BR/2.5BA gulf front townhouse. Spectacular sunsets and
view. Open and screened decks. Kitchen Furnished plus washer/dryer. Concrete parking.
Priced.at $95,000.
GULF FRONT CAPE SAN BLAS CAPE HAVEN TRIPLEX- Great investment prop-
erty with excellent rental potential. Each unit has 2 br, 2 ba. Concrete parking. Deck on gulf
side. Sunset view. Located on a lovely section of the beach. Priced at $220,000.
GULF FRONT CAPE SANDS LANDING PHASE II- Beautifully decorated GULF
FRONT condos. Two available. Furnished. No maintenance fees. Excellent view of gulf. Ap-
prox. 1,350 sq/ft each unit Great rental potential. $79,900 & $76,900. Also, gulf view unit,
partially fumr. $59,900.
GULF VIEW.- GULF PINES SUBDIVISION- This lovely 2 br 1 ba beach home has a
great view of and easy access to the beach gulf. Located'in one of the area's foremost subdivi-
sions. Corner lot Flood insurance available. Furnished. Priced at $120,000.
GULF VIEW CAPE SANDS LANDING PHASE II- NEW!! Has a large screened
porch, open kitchen-living-dining area with elevated ceiling. Large breakfast bar. Split 3 br 2
baarrangement. Vinyl siding. Over 1,300 sq. ft..Priced at $105,000. Owner financing.
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 furnishing included in
sale. Has access to pool, spa and boardwalk to. beach. A planned community Being offered
at $139,995.
GULF VIEW: INDIAN PASS PELICAN PINES-,As owner of one of these lots you
'have access to the beautiful beach in the area. Each lot (4 available) is loaded with lovely
pine trees. Public water available. Owner fin. PRICES REDUCED STARTING AT
$15,900.
GULF FRONT: INDIAN PASS- Beautiful lot located near the boat ramp at the Pass.
Dunes and lots of vegetation. 150'x490'. Owner will divide and/or finance. Priced at
$120,000. For more details, ask for Margaret, associate, eve. # 227-7171.
LAGOON/HIGHWAY FRONT LOTS on HWY. C-30 (ACROSS FROM INDIAN
PASS)- Large building lots.' Several Available. Priced at $13,900 to $31,500 depending on
size and location and amenities. One 5 acre hwy. parcel with pond and shared well for
$28,500. One lagoon front lot has septic tank. Located east of Indian Pass Road on Hwy. C-
30. Ask for Margaret, assoc.
SIMMONS BAYOU 5 ACRES + -Great building site. Existing septic system, public wa-
ter available. Fenced for horses. Quiet, yet only four miles from town. Priced at only
$28,500. ALSO Adjoining lot approx. 1.5 acres available at $34,000. has 208' of highway
frontage. Lots of trees. BOTH PARCELS TOGETHER WOULD HAVE DEVELOP-
MENT POTENTIAL AS A PRIVATE HOMESITE.
BAY FRONT SIMMONS BAYOU- This 5.7 acre parcel has 257' of bay frontage. Lots
of trees and -vegetation. Owner will consider financing with 30% down. Being offered at
$125,000. Call Craig (associate) at 229-6278 eves.
GULF FRONT ACREAGE: JUST WEST OF INDIAN PASS SUBDIVISION- Large
* (13 acre) tract extending from C-30E to the gulf. 420' gulf frontage with a depth of approxi-
mately 1,400'. Great potential for development. Tract is loaded with dunes and vegetation.
Owners will divide. Owner financing also available. For additional information, give us a
call.



FOR INFORMATION SALES AND VACATION
RENTALS .. GIVE US A CALL!

Tom Todd Realty, Inc.


HC 1 Box 150, Port St. Joe, FL 32456

800-876-2611 or 904-227-1501


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