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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: September 29, 1994
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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INDUSTRY- DEEP WATER PORT FINE PEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,'1994


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The tricky intersection at Highway 98 and Monument changing the manner in which traffic will merge; hopefully,
Avenue was completely torn out this week in preparation for to make it less confusing for motorists.


R oad Paving Is ... ltbDO...............


Making Progress

Road Equipment, Barricades Seen
tOn U.S. Highway 98 Through City
Tuesday evening, representatives of the Department of
Transportation appeared before the Gulf County Commission,
telling the state agency's plans for the next five years in the
county and getting the Commission's Input as to the transporta-
tion needs of the county.
Gene Martin and Jimmy Rogers, executives with the DOT of-
fice in Chipley revealed a project for Gulf county other than the.
three outlined in last week's issue of the Star.
Martin and Rogers revealed that a contract will be let by DOT"
to re-surface highway 71 between Port St. Joe and White City. '
with work to begin-in-the spring of next year.
Included -in the work will be widening of the road to include a ..
five foot paved shoulder on both sides of the road, similar to the
paved shoulders on that section of 71 north of White City.
Rogers said projects currently under construction-highway -
98 to the Franklin county line-would also feature the five foot ;
paved shoulder on both sides. "As a matter of fact. all projects .-
we pave in the future will have from two to five foot paved shoul-
ders included in the project," he revealed.
Work has already started on the highway 98 refurbishing in
the city limits of Port St. Joe and to the Franklin county line. '
The project is expected to take some 300 days to complete. "
Martin presented Commission chairman Warren Yeager with A-.1 %,
a map showing roads in the county currently receiving work and .. "
scheduled to be re-surfaced in the near future. The section of
Highway 98 west of Port St. Joe was not colored in, indicating it Machines dig at the shoulders of the ANRR overpass, pre-
is not scheduled for re-surfacing any time soon. paring them for refurbishing.




Robinson Predicts Few Voters Will Cast Ballots


Voters throughout the state
of Florida will go to the polls on
Tuesday of next week-probably
in dribbles-to select the final
candidate in each party to run for
the office of United States Sena-
tor and state Commissioner of
Education.
That will be the only names-
on the ballot here in Gulf county
as candidates on the second pri-
mary ballot. This will be the final
"weeding out" process prior to the
general election, .'scheduled for
November 8.


Only one candidate will ap,-
pear on both the Democratic and
Republican primary ballot. On
the Democratic ballot the names
of Hugh E. Rodham and Mile Wi-
ley appear, running it off for a
chance to challenge Republican
Connie Mack in November. .
On the Republican ballot.,
voters will select between Frank
T, Brogan and Bob Morris for a
candidate to oppose Democratic
Incumbent Doug Jamerson for
the office of Commissioner of Ed-
ucation. '


CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS
Other, voting information
found in The Star this week, in-
clude a complete text of the pro-
posed Constitutional Amend-
ments as they will appear on the
ballot on November 8. These In-
clude the highly controversial,
questions of whether or not to al-
low casino gambling in Florida
and whether or not to ban fishing
nets in Florida's coastal waters.
The amendments may be


found on page three of this is-
sue. It will be the only time the
text of the amendments will be
published prior to November 8.

EXPECTS LIGHT VOTE
Gulf county Supervisor of
Elections Cora Sue, Robinson
says she expects a very light
turn-out of voters Tuesday. "I
can't even guess how few will go
to the polls to cast their ballot,
but I wish I could open only two
(See PREDICT-Page 4)


'Space War'



Rekindled At



Courthouse

3- 2 Vote Moves County Judge Upstairs,
Giving Office Space To Elections Supv.
County Commissioner Nathan Peters stirred up a hornet's
nest Tuesday night, reviving a suggestion which almost caused a
civil war between county officials the last time it was considered.
Peters recommended a shifting around of office space in the
Courthouse which would move Supervisor of Elections Cora Sue
Robinson Into the County Judge's suite of offices, giving her of-
fice more space and shift the County Judge's office upstairs
with the Circuit Judge in the process.
Peters made his suggestion in the form of a motion and the
discussion began.
Commissioners Billy Traylor, chairman Warren Yeager and
Commissioner Michael Hammond all joined in the discussion of
Peters' suggestion, in different manners.
Traylor asked. "Have you mentioned this to anyone or dis-
cussed It with the parties involved?" When Peters replied that he
hadn't. Traylor just shook his head and replied, "When we dis-
cussed this earlier, you wouldn't have any part of moving the
judge out of his offices. Now. the man who you had a part in fir-
ing as our county attorney has been elected County Judge and
you're all for moving him out of his office without even telling
him or discussing the matter with him,"
Chairman Yeager admonished Peters for not at least telling
newly elected judge Robert Moore of his proposed plans. 'This
isn't the right way to go about this," he said.
Hammond said he was in favor of moving all the judiciary
upstairs when it was brought up earlier, but couldn't get thecir-
cult judge to cooperate. "Maybe now that we have a new judge
assigned to Gulf county we might get some cooperation for a re-
assignment of offices. Still. I think we should talk it over with
the parties involved," he pointed out.
Peters stuck to his guns saying the upstairs portion of the
Courthouse was the proper place for the complete judiciary to be
located in. "Besides, Cora Sue needs more space and this is a
way to get It," he remarked.
Traylor came back with. "I still consider this a slap in the
face of the new Judge. At-least tell him-about something'like this
before you just do it! He may be in favor of It!" -:
When the vote was taken, Peters won his point when Com-
missioners Jesse Armstrong and Michael Hammond voted along
with him.
RIVER DREDGING
How much sand is a million and half cubic yards? How big a
pile will it make? How much space will it cover and where can
we put it?
These were questions the Commissioners had for Public
Works superintendent Bob Lester when Lester revealed that the
Army Corps of Engineers were going to do some dredging work
in the vicinity of Corley Slough, in the Apalachicola River. 'The
Corps wants to give us the dredged sand and I want to know if
you want to accept it," Lester said.
"How much sand is that and what would we use it for?"
asked Commissioner Hammond. .
"A lot!" exploded Lester. He said the material would be valua-
ble to Gulf County for use on dirt roads, if they could find .a
, place to store it.
The Commission agreed to store it on county property arid
mutually agree on other sites as needed.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other matters of business, the county:
-Set up a system by which they would accept gifts of materi-
al or equipment without causing a needless uproar such as a re-
cent gift of milled asphalt caused. The Commission agreed to
have the gift reported to the board with their agreement on
where it would be stored.
-Instructed solid waste director, Joe Danford, to go look at a
tub grinder they were planning to purchase if things were as
they were presented the county concerning the equipment. The
machine would be used to grind up all organic waste at the
landfills and sold as fuel. The $125,000 machine would be pur-
chased with grant money.
-Heard a report from 911 director Marshall Nelson that the
system was -on schedule and would be in operation November 1.


Chamber's Fifth Annual Crafts

Festival Saturday and Sunday


The GulffCounty Chamber of
Commerce isi-staging its fifth an-
nual Crafts Festival this week
end, Saturday and Sunday, in the
First Union Park at the intersec-
tion of highways 71 and 98.
The Festival will be recover-
ing from two straight years of rain
interrupting the festivities, but
the weather man predicts clear
and cool weather for this week
end. "I feel, if the weather contin-
ues to cooperate as it has the
past couple of days, we'll have
one of our best festivals ever," Ta-
mara Laine, Chamber executive
director, said. Laine is also chair-
ing the festival as well.
EXHIBITORS READY
Laine said many exhibitors
have expressed a desire to come


to this festival. "We made them
an offer they couldn't refuse after
getting rained out for two straight
years in a row, and we have sev-
eral new ones signed up for the
two days. One exhibitor is coming
in from California to be in the fes-
tival."
The festival will. add another
dimension to "things to do" in
Port St. Joe this week end. It Is
also the week end of the George
G. Tapper Invitational Golf Tour-
nament, which has been on the
first week end of October since it
began 22 years ago.
SPECIAL APPEARANCE
A special appearance will be
made by the Governor Stone, an
antique sailboat berthed in Apa-
lachicola at the Apalachicola Na-


tional Estuarine Reserve.
The Governor Stone is more
than 100 years old, restored to its
original state and on display in
Apalachicola. The Governor Stone
offers rides on a regularly sched-
uled basis there.
The boat will be located at
the City Pier on Saturday with
sailing trips 'offered on a first
come basis at 10:00 a.m., 1:00
and 3:00 p.m. and Sunday at
12:00 noon and 2:00 p.m.
ART SHOW
Originally presented as an
Arts and Crafts Festival, the arts
portion of the week end has been
shifted the springtime in-order
to allow it more attention. The art
portion of the festival had grown
(See FESTIVAL-Page 4)


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THE STAR1994
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1994


Idi~o0nalsni:Loui


Kids Pray

THE BIBLE SAYS, "A little child shall lead them." Last
Wednesday morning the children in Port St. Joe High School
showed adults the way to deeper. spirituality by "leading" them
in a return to prayer at the school, which-had been largely aban-
doned since the U.. S. Supreme Court decision of several years
ago. The students have been "showing" the way to return prayer
and worship into the school atmosphere for three years now.
Officially, it was a "rally" the students engaged,in. In front of
the flag pole, before school, the students gathered en masse -to
support worship of Jehovah God before they started their school
day. It wasn't a protest, it wasn't a publicity stunt, it wasn't an
equal rights rally, it wasn't an alternative to prayer in the
schools. It was an exercise of their First Amendment right to
gather in a united effort to follow the biblically prescribed solu-
tion for crisis in a nation.
They did it very well, too!
EVER SINCE THE Supreme Court officially frowned on any,
school district preparing or requiring that students engage in a
specific prayer, adults have wrung their hands, sobbed, cried
aloud, objected to, and berated public officials about the lack of
prayer in public schools. We heard one outraged, supposedly
"Christian" man explode With the expletive, "It's a g--d--- shame
our kids can't pray in school any more!"
Others have introduced pontifical sounding resolutions,
threats and proclamations ever since, pussyfooting around the
issue without meeting it head on.
AS EVERYONE KNOWS, the Constitution offers protection to
the people by way of declaring that government may not require
them to worship in any specific manner or follow any ritual dic-
tated by government. The Colonists had enough of that in Eng-'
land and so elected to come to the new land, America.
But the same amendment in the Constitution gives everyone
the right to worship as they seefit, without government interfer-
ence. This is.what the kids are doing. .
The kids have faced the problem head on and come up with
the idea of a national movement entitled, "See You at the Pole!"
It has swept through schools nation-wide and attracted millions
of students to gather at their school's flag pole for a devotional
message and prayer before the school day.
Over a million students have been reported to have attended
the special Christian worship service last year, engaging in -ear-
nest prayer.
"A little child shall lead them," the Bible says; and they are
doing it very well!



A Smooth Ride..
WITH THE RECENT rains we have experienced in Gulf
county, we have had emphasized more explicitly what deplorable
condition the highways are in which pass through Port St. Joe-
especially Highway 98. The emphasis is made more of a reality
by the fact the state of Florida is beginning to resurface the high-
way in Gulf county; the contractor has already started scratch-
ing around .and were it not for the steady rains, work would be,
currently well underway to correct the matter.
By the way, C. W. Roberts Contracting Company of Hosford-
has the contract. He was the low bidder on the highway from the
south city limits to the Franklin county line and Baxter Asphalt
Company of Marianna has the contract to re-surface the road In-
side the city limits. Roberts is still getting contracts located in
Gulf county, even though there are those mis-guided souls who
think there may be some collusion somewhere. Roberts does the
-best job for the lowest price.
IT HAS BEEN a while since Highway 98 was last surfaced. It
has been worked on one time since it was relocated over 30
years ago. Prior to that time, the highway followed the route of,
.present county road C-30, around by Indian Pass.
Highway 98 is now in its third location.
The coastal highway, has needed re-surfacing for some time.
It is filled with patches, covering pot-holes which bloom forth
with regularity when it comes a heavy rain.
THE PAVING JOB IS on that portion of Highway 98 leaving
Port St. Joe and heading east. Now, we need a surfacing job on
that portion of the highway which heads in a westerly direction.
That's the portion of the highway we, personally,. counted 97,
potholes over the nine miles from Port St. Joe to the Bay-Gulf
county line. That's a lot of potholes. They are still there and if
anything, are worse than ever when they open up.
We're appreciative of the re-surfacing work just getting un-
derway on the only artery out of town in an easterly direction.
We'll be more appreciative, when we can head off in any of the
three directions out of town on-an equally smooth route.


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Hunker Down with Kes


by Kesley Colbert


Diane Now Teaches Drivers' Ed


I don't really understand
what makes your sixteenth birth-
day so special-but it's sure one
that stands out. Maybe. for me, it
was the songs. Years before ,I'
reached that magical moment'
record players. juke, boxes, and
-


the air waves were filled with
Sixteen Candles". "Sweet Little
Sixteen" and lines like "you're six-
teen. you're beautiful. and you're
mine..." I don L remember any
'songs about being fifteen. Or
fourteen. Or thirteen. Maybe
. Chuck Berry. Bobby Vinton and
the Crests decided they wouldn't.
sing about you till your acne
started clearing up.
I've heard it expressed that
: ixteen marked the beginning of
manhood. I know better than
'that! Milton Remick's father


drowned the summer we were all
thirteen. Milton was the oldest
boy. By sLxteen he'd been pulling
a man's load for two years. On
the other hand I remember many,
in our graduating class who, at.
eighteen were not even close, to
accepting. the meagerest of adult
responsibilities.. .
L think, probably, what set
the sixteenth birthday apart was
the drivers' lice n se. Wouldn't you
be something! Hey, how about
cruising through the Dairy Bar
parking lot-you've got the top


down on that brand new Chevy,
both hands on the wheel and
your shoulders reared back-and
you're going just slow enough so
the wind doesn't disturb one hair
of your duck tail.....
Cool wouldn't touch it. man.
'Course, that's the dream.
The reality is you've been practic-
ing your driving on a 1951 Far-
mall tractor. I don't know if ya'll
remember the Farmall or not, but
the steering was so loose that
you'd have' to turn the wheel
about four or five times around to
nudge that tractor a centimeter to
the left.
And as for the duck
tail.....Well, Dad paid for the hair
cut, let him tell you: "Son, I give
Mr. Gene a quarter, I want to see
a quarter's worth of hair hit the
floor-if you think you're going 'to
look like that Elvis guy or that
blond-headed piano player and
put your feet under my table...."
I decided against the long
hair.
Mother would let me back the
car down the driveway and pull it
up again. And Diane Stone let me
drive her dad's old Ford pick-up a
time or two. I still remember "D's"
directions as she pointed my way
through the process, "Gas, brake,
clutch-got' it? Here's first, up
here's second, straight down is
third-got it? Now, fire this thing
up, you know that big curve go-
ing the back way out to the golf
course-I took it 'the other night
doing 65, I want to see if you can
top that!"
Mother worried some about.
me being friends with an. older
girl. She thought. Diane was a lit-
tle on the wild side......
I also remember the guys in
our class that were a month or so
older than me who'd already tak-
en the test. Their conversation
was sprinkled with terms like,
"since I got my license", "well,
that was before I had my license",
"It, just seems like I've been driv-
ing forever", "Sue Linda wants to
go riding every night", "I would
.come by for you but......."
I couldn't wait for my e,birth-
day. I wanted to 'be sixteen. I,
even got to looking around for
those suckers that were younger
than me. You bet I was going to
do a little rubbing in of my
own.......
Finally.
I .don't remember any
presents. Although I'm sure a
Chevrolet' Convertible was not
one of them! All I wanted was to
get down to the highway patrol
station where they administered
the exam. What's that? Nervous?
You've got to be kidding. I'm six-
teen! I'm fixing to be able to pick
up a date without my mother in
the car. I can hang out atthe
Dairy Bar until 9:00 p.m. and
then drive myself home. Yes! Be-
sides, Buddy Wiggleton and La-
Renda Bradfield both passed this
thing-how. hard can it be? Lis-
ten, as hip as I am they may just
hand me my license for showing
up.......
"Roll over Beethoven and tell
Tchaikovsky the news."
I didn't know the patrolman
(See KESLEY- Page 3)


NOA Nein, Nyet, No!, Non.. To Amendments Three & Eight
N6 No^ Nt^~/l .^yel^* L^Lf/ A nzenjf^^^J^o A Mtl ^^Mlfl9


THE HOUR IS growing late
for Floridians to determine to vote
against the two constitutional
amendments-which, in our opin-,
ion, will do more to destroy the'
lifestyle in the state, of Florida
than a snowstorm every winter.
First, I am talking about the
amendment to allow casino gam-
bling in the state and, second, I'm
Stalking about choosing to bati
fishing nets in all coastal waters.
It's not only my opinion that
casinos not be allowed in our
state, itis also the opinion of oth-
ers--including state officials-as
well. Just last week, Florida's
Commerce Secretary was quoted
by. the newspapers as saying,
"The gambling interests are mot
the benevolent group of entre-
preneurs coming to the aid of our
state's economy, although they
would have you believe that."
He went on to spell out just
why casino gambling is, not need-
ed-nor wanted add in Florida.


I STILL REMEMBER a gov-
ernment official from Atlantic
City, New Jersey telling me in the
lobby of the Mariott Motel in Or-
lando, during a lunch break at a;
League of Cities meeting several
years ago, "Casino gambling has
ruined our city."
Oh, the-city was still solvent
and hordes of people still came
there to lose their money and go
back home broke. The people who
make their home there have a.dif-
ferent story to tell, however. Their
taxes have more than tripled;
their crime rate has soared; their
property has depreciated in value


and their real estate [for building
more casinos] .has gone out of
sight.
In Atlantic City, the only'
method of earning a living is In
the casinos, What a future for ,
your children!

ON FLORIDA'S BALLOT will.
be an attempt to have the people
approve of "limited" casinos in.,
Florida. The word "limited" gives,
the implication that there will be:
. only a few. After it spells out in "
detail just who is eligible to build ;
casinos, it sounds like about eve-'


ryone is eligible to build a casino
in Florida except the Long Avenue
Baptist Church., I can tell you for
sure; they never will nbr any oth-
er church that we know of.
There are 4'7 cities named as
eligible for casinos plus every
dog track, horse track, jai-alai,
and every Indian tribe in the na.-
tion.
This adds up to almost a slot
machine in every corner store to
soak up our money.
No, I'll never be in favor of ca-
sino gambling even if they
promise me a Jackpot every day.

NEITHER WILL I ever be per-
suaded to vote to take the fishing
nets out of the hands of commer-
cial fishermen. The fishermen
have said they will never vote to
take my printing press away from'
me, so I figure I owe them the
same consideration.
Consider if you will what


would happen to northwest Flori-
da-Port St. Joe in particular-if
the question were to be placed on
the ballot to stop all paper mill
operations in the state of Florida.
Some of those who make
their living by means other than
making paper or being involved in
the process in some way, may
think that would be a good thing
for Florida, but what would it be
for Port St. Joe, for Panama City,
for Pensacola, for Jacksonville,
for Palatka?
What would it do for the rural
top half of the state, whose econ-
omy is built on a tree harvest
economy?
It would do about the same
thing the proposed no net consti-
tutional amendment would do to
Apalachicola, Carrabelle, St.
Marks, Steinhatchee, Wakulla,
Panacea, Suwannee, Tarpon
Springs, Cedar Key, Key West
and -hundreds of other small fish-
ing communities in Florida.


ONE OF MY favorite seafood
dishes, when I visit a restaurant,
especially a restaurant anywhere
within 200 miles of here, Is suc-
culent, fresh, fried, broiled,
boiled, grilled, stuffed, or mixed
into a salad, gumbo, bisque,
E'touffe ... shrimp!
The pearl of the sea will be
denied to each of us in the fresh
form, as will most other delight-
ful, delectable, delicacies of the
briny deep, and I don't like to
even think of it.
It is my unofficial information
that if the net ban is approved
the Raffield family will move their
operation to Louisiana along
with the 200 Jobs which go along
with their. business. What kind of
an effect will this have on Port St.
Joe? These 200 people must eat
also..
It isn't a very pleasant
thought that we would even con-
sider.


St. Joseph Bay
Date Time t. Time Ht.
Sept. 30 6:46 a.m. H 1.6 4:58 p.m. L 0.6
\ Oct. 1 '8:01 a.m. H 1.5 5:23 p.m. L 0.7
Oct. 2 9:32 a.m. H 1.4 5:26 p.m. L 0.9
11:28 p.m. H 1.0
Oct. 3 3:51 a.m. L 0.8' 11:34 a.m. H 1.2
4:44 p.m. L 1.0 10:09 p.m. H 1.2
I Oct. 4 6:05 a.m. L 0.7 10:42 p.m. H 1.5
Oct. 5 7:38a,m: L 0.5 11:13 p.m. H 1.7
. Oct. 6 8:58 a.m. L 0.3 11:55 p.m. H 1.9j


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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS-.
..,, TO BE VOTED ON :
NOVEMBER 8, 1994
NOTICE OF ELECTION

I, JIM SMITH, Secretary of State of
the State of Florida, do hereby give
notice that an election will be held
in each county in Florida, on Novem-
ber 8, 1994, for the ratification or re-
jection of proposed constitutional
amendments to -the Constitution of
the State of Florida:

:NO. 1 .
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
ARTICLE III, SECTION 3

BALLOT TITLE: START OF
REGULAR SESSIONS OF THE
LEGISLATURE

BALLOTSUMMARY: Proposing an
amendment to theState Constitution,
effective upon approval, to provide
that the annual 60-day regular sesg
sions of the Legislature begin on the*
first Tuesday after the first Monday
in March.

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED
AMENDMENT:
ARTICLE Il
LEGISLATURE

SECTION 3. Sessions of the legisla-
ture. "
(a) ORGANIZATION SESSIONS.
On the fourteenth day following each
general election the legislature shall
convene for the exclusive purpose of
organization and selection of offic-
ers.
(b) REGULAR SESSIONS. ini
,1991, a regular session-of the Icgis
laturc shall convcnc on the, first Tucs
day after the first Monday in March.
In 1992 and thereafter, A regular ses-
sion of the legislature shall convene
on the first Tuesday after the first
Monday in March February of each
odd-numbered year, and on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday in
March February, or such other date
as may be fixed by law, of each even-
numbered year.
(c) SPECIAL SESSIONS.
(1) The governor, by proclamation
stating the purpose, may convene the
legislature,iin special session during.'
which only such legislative business
may be transacted as is within the
purview of the proclamation, or of a
communication from the governor,
or is .introduced by consent of two-
thirds of the membership of each
house.
(2) A special session of the legis-
lature may be convened as provided
by law.
(d) LENGTH OF SESSIONS. A
regular session of the legislature shall
not exceed sixty consecutive days,
and a special session shall not ex-
ceed twenty consecutive days, unless
extended beyond such limit by a
three-fifths vote of each house. Dur-
ing such an extension no new busi-
ness may be taken up in either house
without the consent of two-thirds of
its membership.
(e) ADJOURNMENT. Neither
house shall adjourn for more than
seventy-two consecutive hours except
pursuant to concurrent resolution.
(I) ADJOURNMENT BY GOV-
ERNOR. If, during any regular or
special session, the two houses can-
not agree upon a time for adjourn-
ment, the governor may adjourn the
session sine die or to any date within
the period authorized for such ses-
Ssion; provided that, at least .twenty-
four hours before adjourning the ses-
sion, he shall, while neither house is
in recess, give each house formal
written notice of his intention to do
so, and agreement reached within
That period by both .houses on a time,
for adjournment shall prevail.

NO.2-
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
SAR1ICLE. VII, SECTION 1
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 21

BALLOT TITLE: LIMITATION
ON STATE REVENUE COLLEC-
TIONS

BALLOT SUMMARY: Limits state


revenue collections to the prior year's
allowed revenue plus an adjustment
for growth based on the growth rate
of state personal income over the pre-
ceding five years, with excess collec-
tions deposited in the budget stabili-
zation fund until fully funded and
then refunded to taxpayers. Defines
"state revenues." Allows the Legis-
lature to increase this limit by 2/3
vote. Requires adjustment of the limi-


station to reflect transfers of respon-
sibility for funding governmental
functions.

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED
AMENDMENT:
ARTICLE VII
FINANCE AND TAXATION

SECTION 1. Taxation; appropria-
tions; state expenses; state revenue
limitation.-
(a) No tax shall be levied except in
pursuance of law. No state ad valo-
rem taxes shall be levied upon real
estate or tangible personal property.
All other forms of taxation shall be
preempted to the state except as-pro-
vided by general law.
(b) Motor vehicles, boats, air-
planes, trailers, trailer coaches and*
mobile homes, as defined by law,
shall be subject to a license tax for
their operation in the amounts and
for the purposes prescribed by law,
but shall not be subject to ad valo-
rem taxes.
(c) No money shall be drawn from
the treasury except in pursuance of
appropriation made by law.
(d) Provision shall be made by law
for raising sufficient revenue to de-
fray the expenses of the state foreach
fiscal period. v
(e) Except as provided herein. tate
revenues collected for any fiscal year
shall be limited to state revenues al-
lowed under this subsection for the
prior fiscal year plus an adjustment
for growth. As used in this subsec-
tion. "growth" means an amount
equal to the average annual rate of
growth in Florida personal income
over the most recent twenty quarters
times the state revenues allowed un-
der this subsection for the prior fis-
cal year. For the 1995-1996 fiscal
year. the state revenues allowed un-
der this subsection for the prior fis-
cal year shall equal the state rev-
enues collected for the 1994-1995
fiscal year. Florida personal income
shall be determined by the legisla-
ture. from information available
from the United States Department
of Commerce or its successor on the
first day of February prior to the be-
ginning of the fiscal year. State rev-
enues collected for any fiscal year
in excess of this limitation shall be
transferred to the budget stabiliza-
tion n'funid'tifiil the fund rea6hes9tie
maximum balance specified in Sec-
Lion 19(g) of Article III, and there-
after shall be refunded to taxpayers
as provided by general law, State
revenues allowed under this subsec-
tion for any fiscal year may be in-
creased by a two-thirds vote of the
membership of each house of the leg-
islature in a separate bill that con-
tains no other subject and that sets
forth the dollar amount by which the
stale revenues allowed will be in-
creased, The vote may not be taken
less than seventy-two hours after the
third reading of the bill. For pur-
poses of this subsection, "state rev-
enues" means taxes, fees. licenses.
and charges for services imposed by
the legislature on individuals, busi-
nesses. or agencies outside state gov-
emrnment. However. "state revenues"
does not include: revenues that are
necessary to meet the requirements
set forth in documents authorizing
the issuance of bonds by the state:
revenues that are used to provide
matching funds for the federal Med-
icaid program with the exception of
the revenues used to support the
Public Medical Assistance Trust
Fund or its successor program and
with the exception of state match-
ing funds used to fund elective ex-
pansions made after July 1. 1094;
proceeds from the state lottery re-
turned as prizes; receipts of the
Florida Hurricane Catastrophe
Fund: balances carried forward from
prior fiscal years: taxes, licenses.
fees, and charges for services im-
Dosed by local, regional, or school l
district governing bodies: or reven-ue-
from taxes, licenses, fees, and
charges for services required to be
imposed by any amendment or revi-
sion to this constitution after July 1.
1994. An adjustment to the revenue
limitation shall be made by general
law to reflect the fiscal impact of
transfers of responsibility for the
funding of governmental functions
between the state and other levels of


government. The. leaislaut-e shnll


by general law. prescribe procedures
necessary to administer this subsec-

ARTICLE XII
SCHEDULE
SECTION 21. State revenue limita-
tion. The amendment to Section 1
of Article VII limiting state revenues
shall take effect January 1, 1995 and
shall first h iinnlicbhlf' in s;lI;n fis-


cal year 1995-199( L

SNO. 3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 16


BALLOT TITLE: LIMITING
MARINENET FISHING

BALLOT SUMMARY: Limits the
use of nets for catching saltwnter fin-
fish, shellfish, or other marine ani-
mals by prohibiting the use of gill
and other entangling nets in all
Florida waters, and prohibiting the
use of other nets larger than 500
square feet in mesh area in nearshbre
and inshore Florida waters. Provides
definitions, administrative and
criminal penalties, and exceptions
for scientific and governmental pur-
poses. ...

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED
AMENDMENT:
BE IT ENACTED BY THE,
PEOPLE OF FLORIDA THAT:;
Article X, Florida Constitution, is
hereby amended to add the follow-
ing: Section 16. Limiting Marine
Net Fishing.
(a) The marine resources of the
State of Florida belong to all of the'
people of the state and should be
conserved and managed for the ben-
efit of the state, its people, and fu-,
ture generations. To this end the
people hereby enact limitations on
marine net fishing in Florida waters
to protect saltwater finfish, shellfish,
and other marine animals from un-
necessary killing, overfishing and
waste. .
(b) For the purpose of catching or
taking any saltwater finfish, shell-
fish or other marine animals in
Florida waters:
(1) No gill nets or other entangling
nets shall be used in any Florida wa-
ters; and
(2) In addition to the prohibition
set forth in (1), no other type of net
containing more than 500 square
feet of mesh area shall be used in
nearshore and inshore Florida wa-
ters. Additionally, no more than two
such nets, which shall not be con-
nected, shall be used from any ves-
sel, and no person not on a vessel
shall use more than one such net in
nearshore and inshore Florida wa-
ters.
(c) For purposes of this section:
(1) "gill net" means one or more
walls of netting which captures salt-
water finfish by ensnaring or entan-
gling them in the meshes of the net
by the gills, and "entangling net"
means a drift net, trammell net, stab
net, or any other net which captures
saltwater finfish, 'shellfish, or other
marine animals by causing all or part
of heads, fins, legs, or other body
parts to become entangled or en-
snared in the meshes of the net, but
a hand thrown cast net is not a gill
net or an entangling net;
(2) "mesh area" of a net means the
total area of netting with the meshes
open to comprise the maximum
square footage. The square footage
shall be calculated using standard
mathematical formulas for geomet-
ric shapes. Seines and other rectan-
gular nets shall be calculated using
the maximum length aitl maximum
width of the netting. Trawls and
other bag type nets shall be calcu-
lated as a cone using the maximum
circumference of the net mouth to
derive the radius, ar.d the maximum
length from that net mouth to the
tail end of the net to derive the slant
height. Calculations for any other
nets or combination type nets shall
be based on the shapes of the indi-
vidual components;
(3) "coastline" means the territo-
rial sea baseline for the State of
Florida established pursuant to the
lawsof the United States of America;
(4) "Florida waters" means the wa-
ters of the Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf
of Mexico, the Straits of Florida, and
any other bodies of water under the
jurisdiction of the State of Florida,
whether coastal, intracoastal or .in-
land, and any part thereof; and
(5) nearshoree and inshore Florida
waters" means all Florida waters in-
side a line three miles seaward of
the coastline along the Gulf of
Mexico and inside a line one mile


seaward of the coastline along the
Atlantic Ocean.
(d) This section shall not apply to
the use of nets for scientific research
or governmental purposes.
(e) Persons violating this section
shall be prosecuted and punished,
pursuant to the penalties provided
in section 370.021 (2) (a), (b), (c) 6.
and 7., and (e), Florida Statutes
(1991), unless and until the legisla-


ture enacts more stringent penalties
for violations hereof. On and after
the effective date of this section, law
enforcement officers. in the state are
authorized to enforce the provisions
of-this section in the same manner
and authority as if a violation of this
section constituted a ,iolaiion of
Chapter 370, Florida Statutes
S(1991).:
(f) It is the intent of this section
that implementing legislation is not
required for enforcing any violations
hereof, but nothing in this section
prohibits the establishment by law
or pursuant to law of more restric-
tions of the use of nets for the pur-
pose of catching or taking any salt-
water finfish, shellfish, or other
marine animals.
(g) If any portion of this section is
held invalid for any reason, the re-
maining portion of this section, to
the fullest extent possible, shall be
severed from the void portion and
given the fullest possible force and
application.
,(h) This section shall take effect
on the July 1 next occurring after
approval hereof by vote of the elec-
tors.
S*NO.4
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
ARTICLE XI, SECTION 3

BALLOT TITLE: REVENUE LIM-
ITS: MAY PEOPLE'S AMEND-
MENTS LIMITING GOVERN-
MENT REVENUE BE ALLOWED
TO COVER MULTIPLE SUB-
JECTS?

BALLOT SUMMARY: This provi-
sion would expand the people's
rights to initiate constitutional
changes limiting the power of gov-
ernment to raise revenue by allow-
ing amendments to cover multiple
subjects. This provision is effective
immediately after voter approval for
amendments effective thereafter.

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED
AMENDMENT:
Insert the underlined words in Ar-
ticle XI, Section 3, immediately af-
ter voters approve, for amendments
effective thereafter
INITIATIVE.- The power to propose
the revision or amendment of any
portion or portions of thTsconstitu-
tion by initiative is reserved to the
people, provided that any such revi-
sion or amendment, except for those
limiting the power of government to
raise revenue, shall embrace but one
subject and matter directly con-
nected therewith.
NO. 5
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION I
BALLOT TITLE: VOTER
APPROVAL OF NEW TAXES:
SHOULD NEW TAXES RE-
QUIRE VOTER APPROVAL IN
THIS STATE?

BALLOT SUMMARY: This provi-
sion requires voter approval of new
taxes enacted in this State. New
taxes include initiation of new taxes,
increases in tax rates and eliminat-
ing exemptions to taxes.
It does not limit emergency tax in-
creases, lasting up to 12 months,
which are approved by a three-
fourths vote of a taxing entity's gov-
eming body. The amendment is ef-
fective two days after voters approve.

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED
AMENDMENT:
Add this subsection to Article VII,
Section 1, two days after voters ap-
prove:
() VOTER APPROVAL OF NEW
TAXES. No new taxes may be im-
posed except upon approval in a vote
of the electors of the taxing entity
seeking to impose the tax.
1. DEFINITION OF NEW TAX.
The term new tax, for this subsec-
tion, includes the initiation of a new
tax, the increase in the tax .rate of
any tax, or the removal of any ex-
emption to any tax.
2. EMERGENCY TAXES. This
subsection shall not apply to taxes
enacted, for an effective period not
to exceed 12 months, by a three-
fourths vote, of the governing body
of a taxing entity after the govern-
ing body has made a finding of fact


that failure to levy the tax will pose
an imminent and particularly de-
scribed threat to the health or safety
of the public.

NO.6
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
ARTICLE XI, SECTION 7


BALLOT TITLE: TAX LIMITA- BALLOTSUMMARY: Auth-,r/ing
TION: SHOULD TWO-THIRDS a limited number of gaming casinos
VOTE BE REQUIREDFOR NEW in Broward, Dade, Duval, Escambia,
CONSTITUTIONALLY IM- Hillsborough, Lee, Orange, Palm
POSED STATE TAXES/FEES? Beach and Pinellas Counties, with
two in Miami Beach; and'limited-
BALLQT SUMMARY: Prohibits size casinos with existing and oper-
imposition of new State taxes or fees -ating pari-mutuel facilities; and if
on or after November 8, 1994 by authorized by the legislature up to
constitutional amendment unless ap- five limited-size riverboat casinos in.
proved by two-thirds of the voters the remaining counties, but only one
voting in the election. Defines "new per county. Mandating implementa-
State taxes or fees" as revenue sub- tion by the legislature. Effective
ject to appropriation by State Leg- upon adoption,-but prohibiting ca-
islature, which tax or fee is not in sino gaming until July 1, 1995.
effect on November 7, 1994. Applies.,


s


FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED
AMENDMENT: ...
Article XI of the Florida Constitu-
t;cn is hereby amended by creating
a new Section 7 reading-as follows:
Notwithstanding Article X, Section
12(d) of this constitution, no new
State tax or fee shall be imposed on
or after November 8, 1994 by any
amendment to this constitution un-
less the proposed amendment is ap-
proved by not fewer than two-thirds
of the voters voting in the election
in which such proposed amendment
is considered. For purposes of this
section, the phrase "new State tax
or fee" shall mean any -tax or fee
which would produce revenue sub-
ject to lump sum or other appropria-
tion by the Legislature, either for the
State general revenue fund or any)
trust fund, which tax or fee is not in
effect on November 7, 1994 includ-
ing without limitation such taxes
and fees as are the subject of pro-
posed constitutional amendments
appearing on the ballot on Novem-
ber 8, 1994. This section shall ap-
ply to proposed constitutional
amendments relating to State taxes
or fees which appear on the Novem-
ber 8, 1994 ballot, or later ballots,
and any such proposed amendment
which fails to gain the two-thirds
vote required hereby shall be null,
void and without effect. .

NO. 7
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION '2

BALLOT TITLE: PROPERTY
RIGHTS: SHOULD GOVERN-
MENT COMPENSATE OWNERS
WHEN DAMAGING THE VALUE
OF HOMES OR OTHER PROP-
ERTY? -

BALLOT SUMMARY: This
amendment entitles an owner to full
compensation when government ac-
tion damages the value of the
owner's home, farm, or other vested
private property right or interest
therein. Excepts administration and
enforcement of criminal laws. Own-
ers including natural persons and
businesses are entitled to have full
compensation determined by six-
member jury trial without first hav-
ing to go. through administrative
proceedings. This amendment be-
comes effective the day after voter
approval.

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED
AMENDMENT:
Insert the underlined .words in Ar-
ticle I, Section 2:-
Basic. Rights All natural persons
are equal before the law and have
inalienable rights, among which are
the right to enjoy and defend life lib-
erty, to pursue happiness, to be re-
warded for industry, and to acquire,
possess and protect property ; except
that the ownership, inheritance, dis-
position and possession of real prop-
erty by aliens ineligible for citizen-
ship may be regulated or prohibited
by law. No person shall be deprived
of any right because of race, religion
or physical handicap. Any exercise
-of the police power. excepting the


administration and enforcement of
criminal laws, which damages the-
value of a vested private property
right, or any interest therein, shall
entitle the owner to full compensa-
tion determined by jury trial with a
jury of not fewer than six persons
and without prior resort to adminis-
"trative remedies. This amendment
shall take effect the day after ap-
proval by the voters.

NO. 8
CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND-
MENT
.ARTICLE X, SECTION 7

BALLOT TITLE: LIMITED CASI-
NOS


to proposed State tax and fee amend-
hie:,L; on November 8, 1994 ballot
arnd those on later ballots.


FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED
AMENDMENT:
Section 1. '
Section 7 of Article X is amended
to revise its title to read "Lotteries
, and Limited Casinos," and to des-
ignate the existing text as subsec-
tion "(a)".
Section 2. '
Subsection 7(b) of Article X is cre-
ated to read:
The operation of a limited number
of state regulated, privately owned
gaming casinos is authorized, but
only:
(1) at one facility each to be estab-
lished within the present boundaries
of Duval, Escambia, Hillsborough,
Lee, Orange, Palm Beach and
Pinellas Counties; and
(2) at two facilities to be estab-
lished within the present boundary
of Broward County; and
(3) at three facilities to be estab-
lished within the present boundary
of Dade County, two of which shall
be within the present boundary of the
city of Miami Beach with one of
those two being in the South Pointe
Redevelopment Area and the
third facility shall be outside the
present boundary of the City of Mi-
ami Beach; and
(4) with each pari-mutuel facility
which has been authorized by law
as of the effective date of this amend-
ment and which has conducted a
pari-mutuel meet in each of the two
immediately preceding twelve
month periods; provided that no ca-
sino located with a pari-mutuel fa-
cility shall have a gaming area in
excess of 75,000 square feet; and
(5) at not more than five riverboat
casino facilities having a gaming
* area not inf excess of 40,000 square
feet, as' the legislattire may approve
within the present boundaries of
counties not identified in paragraphs
(1), (2) and (3); provided that the
legislature shall not approve more
than one riverboat casino in any one
county.
Section 3.
By general law, the legislature shall'
implement this section, including
legislation to regulate casinos, to tax
casinos, and to license casinos to
pari-mutuel permit holders and at
the other authorized facilities.
Section 4.
This amendment shall take effecton
the date approved by the electorate;
provided however, that no casino
gaming shall be authorized to oper-
ate in the state until July 1, 1995.















IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and af-
fixed the Great Seal of the State of
Florida at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the 16th day of August, A.D.,
1994.

JIM SMITH
SECRETARY OF STATE

NOTE:
Constitutional Amendments one
and two were proposed by the Flor-
ida Legislature and are coded as
follows:
words striekee are deletions; words
underlined are additions. Numbers
three, four, five, six, seven, and
eight constitutional amendments
were proposed through the initia-
tive process.


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JUST FOR TODAY


Just for today I will try to live through this day only, and not
tackle my whole life problem at once. I can do something for twelve
hours that appall me if I felt that I had to keep it up for a lifetime.
Just for today I will be happy. This assumes to be true what
Abraham Lincoln said, that "Most folks are about as happy as they
make up their minds to be."
Just for today I will adjust myself to what is, and not try to ad-
just everything to my own desires. I will take my "luck" as it comes,
and fit myself to it.
Just for today I will take good care of my body with proper
nourishment, exercise, cleansing and rest.
Just for today I will try to strengthen my mind.. I will study. I
will learn something useful. I will not be a mental loafer. I will read
something that requires effort, thought and concentration.
Just for today I will exercise my soul by doing somebody a good
turn, and not get found out I will also do at least two things I don't
want to do-just for exercise.
Just for today I will be agreeable. I will look as well as I can,
dress becomingly, talk low, act courteously, criticize not one bit, not
find fault with anything and not try to Improve or regulate anybody
except myself.
Just for today I will have a program, a plan. I will write down
what I expect to accomplish. I may not follow my plan exactly, but I
will have it. I will save myself from two pests: hurry and indecision.
Just for today I will have a quiet half-hour all by myself, and re-
lax. Somewhere in this half-hour, I will think of God so as to'get a
better perspective of my life.
Just for today I will be unafraid. Especially I will not be afraid
to be happy, to enjoy what is beautiful, to love, and to believe that
as I give to the world, so the world will give to me.
-Author Unknown
I have no idea where this came from, except It is page 152 from
something. I found it on the kitchen table this morning. Why would
someone write something so meaningful and not sign their name, I
wonder.
I think someone is trying to tell me something!


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to the Editor
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which have been signed by the
writer. Signatures may be with-
held from print if wished. The
Star will not print any letters
which are considered libelous or
containing unbecoming language.

Refers To Editor
As A Moron
Sir: '
This is in response to your
nonsensical editorial of 9/15- in
which you characterized all
sports fishermen as a group of
dolts that fish mostly on week-
ends and either throw their catch
away themselves or' give to
friends who likewise throw their
fish away .
When I began visiting Port St.
Joe in the late eighties to escape
the heat of West Palm Beach sev-
eral friends told me you were a
moron.
After reading that editorial, I
think you give morons a bad
name.,
Sincerely,
Walt Raywood
Oak Grove

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Golfers gather up on the ninth hole of
the course at St. Joseph's Bay Country Club


in last year's George G. Tapper Invitatlor
Tournament, trying for the grand prize.


Tapper Tourameni



Tees Off On Friday

Full Enrollment of 224 Golfers Shooting For Red Jacket


The first group will tee off in the George G.
Tapper Invitational Golf Tournament being
played at St. Joseph's Bay Country Club Friday
morning at 7:30 a.m.
According to tournament chairman, Rex
Buzzett, the three day popular event will con-
tinue until Sunday afternoon, when the final
round will be played and prizes awarded.
Buzzett said Tuesday that the .224 player
-slots are already filled for this week's tourna-
ment. "Actually, the tournament is usually
filled every year, with this year being no excep-
tion," Buzzett said. There will be a total of 14
flights in the tournament, which will be
grouped by handicap.
Last year's winner, Gary Hart of Dothan, Al-
abama, will be returning to defend his 1993 ti-
tle in the tournament.
A maroon champion's jacket will be present-
ed to the tournament champion this year also,
and the B. Roy Gibson, Jr., Memorial Trophy
will be awarded for the low gross round of the
54-hole competition.


Festival
From Page 1.
to such proportions that It ':
quired more attention than the
committee could give it and keep
the crafts festival to the level de-
sired.
'We're' going to hold it in the
spring, again; possibly in the
Centennial Building," Laine said.
"Last year's show was such a suc-
cess and attracted so much inter-
est and participation, we feel it
will become one of the premiere
shows of the Gulf coast if it con-
tinues to get the participation it
has in the past."
Full attention has been given
to the 30 booths expected to
show in this year's event. They
will have a wide variety of crafts




From Page 1
voting places. I can't. however.
Every voter in the county is eligi-
ble to vote and we have to open
every precinct for them."
She said every precinct will
be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00
p.m. All precincts will be located
in the same places as the first
primary with one exception. Pre-
cinct Three's polling place has
been moved to the Dalkelth Fire
Station.


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State Farm is there.


IN MEMORY OF TAPPER
The tournament was first held in 1972, j
after the country club was completed, sp
scored by the late George G. Tapper as a fu
raiser for the country club. In later years. G
Coast Community College scholarship fund
came the beneficiary of the popular tour
ment. Since 1986. the year Tapper died,
George G. Tapper Foundation became
sponsor. .- ,
On Tapper's death, his widow. Amelia T
per took over as host of the event and ser
until her death, earlier this year. The Foun
tion membership will host this year's tour
ment.
On Friday evening of the week of the to
nament, the Tappers always hosted the tour
ment entrants and their guests at a lawn pa
at the Tapper home on Constitution Drive. T
reception will be held, as usual, beginning
5:30 tomorrow afternoon.
Buzzett said the tournament has been,
sponsible for raising over $115,000 for school
ships since 1986.


to offer the public to inspect and
purchase. There will be many
things to see and do at the festi-
val, including getting ypur por-
trait drawn by a genuine sidewalk
artist. "This person was here a
couple of years ago and was a
great hit with the people,." Laine


The festival will open Satur-
day. morning at 10:00,a.m. and
remain open until 5:00 p.m. Sun-
day the booths will open at 12:00
noon and remain open until 5:00
p.m.


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Carmichael

Speaks To

Kiwanis Club
John Carmichael, a former
Methodist minister in Port St.
Joe, was the guest speaker for
the. Port St. Joe Kiwanis. Club
Tuesday, as he returned to greet
old friends. Carmichael was also
a member of the Kiwanis Club
during his pastorate here, and is
now retired and living in Ala-
bama, near Troy.
In his address, Carmichael
-_ said people worry about two days
in particular, which they can do
'"" nothing about. He said, 'They
worry about yesterday, which is
gone and can't be changed and
about tomorrow, which hasn't
come yet. That leaves today,.
which is the most important day
nal people have to deal with and is
the only day they can affect by
their actions."
The speaker remarked, "We
have had a yesterday and we,
MAY have a tomorrow. What we
really need to do is to do our best
today!"
"Don't wallow in remorse
about yesterday and don't worry.
about the tomorrow you may
have, but make today count!" he
concluded.
Guests were Key Clubbers
Ryan Yeager, Charlie Lanford,
Leigha Davis and Tawanda Jeri-
ust kins.
ust,
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the who handled the driving part of
the my test. I remember the creased
shirt, the stripe down the pants.
ap- the immaculate shine on the
ved shoes, the polished brass and the
da- clip board. I also remember how
na- slow and deliberate he spoke.
a,: "Now son, don't be alarmed. It's
ur- O.K. Just push in on the clutch.
ease the gear into reverse and
ta- very, very slowly back off the
ilty curb..........." :'
he 'C course, one thing about six-
at teen, you can be so high one min-
ute and so low the next, you
re- wouldn't be caught dead in be-
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Miss Lisa Dawn Grace And Claude


Fitzgerald Alcorn Exchange Vows


Lisa Dawn Grace and Claude
Fitzgerald Alcorn were joined in
Christian marriage on August 5
at the First United Methodist
* Church of Port St. Joe. Bro. Nick
Davis of White City' Baptist
Church performed the double-
ring ceremony. Janice Cox played
the piano. Claude Alcom sang
"The Wedding Song" while the
bride and .groom knelt on the
prayer bench.
The bride is the daughter of
Edward and Wanna Grace of Port
St. Joe. She is the granddaughter
of Thelma Wood of Wewahitchka
and Wilma Grace of Samson, Ala-
bama.
The groom is the son of
Claude and Elizabeth Alcorn of
Mexico Beach. He is the grandson
of Edna Harper Rodgers of White
City.
The bride's dress was made
by Brenda Tinsley, cousin of the
bride. The dress was a full length
fitted gown of white montego


shantung, trimmed with over-
embroidered lace, clear sequins,
and pearls. The dress also fea-
tured a scoop front neckline and
a V-shaped back which was high-
lighted with three strands of
pearls. The sleeves of the gown
were puffed at the shoulder with
fitted lace to the wrist. The lace
train was attached at the waist by
,a large bow.
The groom wore a black
waist-cut double breasted Pierre
Cardin tuxedo, complemented
with a white shirt and black bow
tie.
Regina Williams was the
Mnaid of honor. Marie Creamer,
Jill Strait and Lorie Shoobridge
:were the attendants. They wore
, 'teal off-the-shoulder floor length
dresses trimmed in white lace
and pearls.
Claude Alcorn was the best
man. Groomsmen were Steve.
Gibbs, Michael Harper and Jim
Severson. They wore black doU-


ble-breasted tuxedos with teal
and black print vests and match-
ing bow ties.
The wedding was followed by,
a reception held at the Catholic
Social Hall of Port St. Joe. The
hall was decorated by Barbara
Downs, sister of the bride, Kari
Haisten and Holly Atkins. It was
catered by Annette Lowery and


Kathleen Grace.
The couple .took a wedding
trip to Cancun, Mexico and now
reside in St. Joe Beach. The bride
is employed by Gulf Co. School
Board as a teacher at Wewahitch-
ka High School. The groom at-
tends Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege majoring in radiology
technology.


J orgenson, iru

Engaged


Malcolm and Sara Jorgenson
of Panama City have announced,


,Lynn Manning
(Engaged"'
John W. Whitley and Ger-
trude Hamilton of Port St. Joe,
would like to announce the en-
gagement and marriage of his
daughter and her niece, Lynn
Manning, to Raymond A. Dries-
bach, Jr., son of Lenora Dries-
bach and the late Raymond A.
Driesbach, Sr. of Port St. Joe. The
bride-elect is also the daughter of
the late Oneida Whitley and Sam-
mie Manning.
A December' wedding is
planned. Final plans %will be an-
nounced at a later date.


the engagement and 'forthcoming
marriage of their daughter, Sonya
Gail Jorgenson, to Timiothy John
Bird, son of Dean and Christine
Bird of Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect is a 1988
graduate of Mosley High School
and is employed at Target.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Williamson High School in Tioga,
Pa., and is employed by Florida
Pest Control.
'The wedding is planned for
October 8, at 7 p.m. at the First
Church of the Nazerene. A recep-
tion will follow at The Men's Club.
All friends and relatives are invit-
ed to attend.


It's A Boy!
Emily Cabaniss proudly an-
nounces the birth of her son
Joshua Dylan Cabaniss. Dylan
was born on September 15 at
Gulf Coast Hospital. He weighed-
71bs. 13oz. and was 20 1/4" long.


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WewaWomen's Club Begins Anew


On September 14, Wewa-
hitchka Woman's Club president
Betty Cudebec welcomed mem-
bers and guests to the first club
meeting of the 1994-1996 admin-i
istration.
During this administration.,
members will participate in the
Head Start program and senior
citizen activities. Other communi-


ty projects are being considered
but were not discussed in detail
at this meeting. Fundraisers will
be held to financially support all
community and federation pro-,
jects/programs.
Club members will dress
dolls for the 1994 Salvation Army
Dress-A-Doll-For-Christmas pro-
gram and the ladies will also be'
dressing and selling dolls as a
club Christmas project. ;
Madge Semmes stated that
since the club started a library at
the county jail, 275 paperback
books and 287 magazines have
been delivered to that facility for
the inmates and she took 30
magazines to the Wewahitchka
Elementary School for the fami-
lies who stayed there during the
flood. Dottie Taylor reported on
the state officer's fall tour meet-
ing and luncheon which will be
held in Wewahitchka on 'October
24.
Betty spoke briefly about the
flood of 1994. Again, the Florida


Federation of Women's Clubs was
'benefactor to people in need.
Florida clubwomen donated.
$6,305 to a special flood fund.
Wewahitchka, Chipley, Blount-
stown and Bonifay clubs each re-
ceived $1,576.25 for distribution
to the victims of this devastating
disaster.
The president and first vice
president, Hazel Bryant, attended
the presidents' council meeting
held on September 8, at the Har-
bour House, Panama City. and
chaired by Loucile Volk, District 2
Director.
Following adjournment, at-
tendees enjoyed a variety of finger
foods prepared and served by the
officers. Meeting guests were Rob-
bie Sexton, prospective member,
and Marilyn Bonneau, a former
'club member.
The next regular club meet-
ing, will be held on Wednesday,
,October 12, at 3:00 p.m. in the
-conference room, Gulf Coast Elec-
tric Cooperation.


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College Career Day Friday


At Port St. Joe High School


Port St.. Joe High School is
once again hosting the area Col-
lege/Career Day. The guidance
staff, who is coordinating this
program, feels, this annual event
is very helpful to students and
their parents as they consider
post-secondary plans. Represen-
tatives from over 70 institutions
have been invited to attend, as
well as those from various
branches of the United States
Armed Services. This event will


J. Patrich's Expands To Wewa
J. Patrick's ribbon cutting and opening ceremony was held on Thursday, September 22. The new
restaurant witi be located on Main Street, across from Wewahitchka State Bank, in Wewahitchka..
Shown here is Patrick Howard, owner, and several Chamber of Commerce members.


take place on Friday., September
30.
Seniors will be dismissed
from classes to attend at 8:30
a.m. and juniors will be dis-
missed at 9:30 a.m. Parents of
students wishing 'to attend are
encouraged to do so. Parents at-
tending earn five (5) Gulf County
Scholarship points for their child.
Parents should check in at the
welcome 'table provided for them
at the school's entrance for fur-
ther information.


All rerms cl Insurance
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COSTIN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.


Mayor Proclaims
Constitution Week
In Wewahitchka
Mary Pridgeon, St Joseph
Bay Chapter NSDAR, looks on as
Wewahitchka Mayor Ray Dickens
signs a Proclamation declaring
the week of September 17-23 as
Constitution Week. The Procla-
mation provides an opportunity
-for all citizens to reflect on the
many benefits of our Federal Con-
stitution. and American citizen-
ship guaranteed in accordance
with Public Law 915. 1994 marks
the 207th anniversary, of the sign-
ing of the Constitution.


Mayor Ray Dickens and Mary Pridgeon


Darrin Scott Gilniore

Darrin is Five!
Darrin Scott Gilmore cele-
,brated his fifth birthday, Septem-
ber 20, with a Lion King party at
"his home. Those that attended
were Jessica Mock, Sarah and
Caroline Allen, Jason and Brandi
Price and Morgan Peak.
Scott is the son of Darrin and
Debra Gilmore and the grandson
of Betty Gay and the late Troy M.
Price. Great grandparents are
Coleman and Mary Kirkland.

Mr. Conoley
Turned 79!
Roy E. Conoley Sr. turned 79
on September 18. He celebrated
* with family and friends at Roy's
Club in Mexico Beach. The party
and meal were hosted by Joe and
Betty Rowhand and Jack and Au-
drey Skinner of Tallahassee.
Other guests included were:
Egon Taylor of Columbus, GA.;
Johnny Zelicoski of Panama City;
Col. Ken Stromquist of M.N. Na-
tional Guard in Duluth, MN.; Bet-
ty Bushemire of Panama City;
George and Beverly Phillips of Ki-
chener, Ontario, Canada. Roy has
been in business for 42 1/2
pears.


Jackson is One!
Jackson Christopher Blas-
chum celebrated his first birth-
day, September 4. with a Sesame
Street party. It was attended by
many family and friends.
Jackson is the son of Chris
and Jodi Blaschum of Virginia
Beach, VA. He is the grandson of
Pat Blaschum' of Port St. Joe;
Mike and Kathy Blaschum of Or-
lando, Florida; Bob and Jane We-
ber of N. Muskegon, MI and Wil-
liam and Debra Johnson of Lin-
coln, Alabama.

It's A Girl!
Colton Thursbay is proud to
announce the birth of his baby
sister, Caitlyn Nichole. She was
born September 26, at 2:38 p.m.
at Gulf Coast Hospital. Caitlyn
weighed 6lbs. 13oz. She is the,
daughter of William and Teresa
.Thursbay of Port St. Joe; the
granddaughter of Ernest and
Donna Thursbay of Port St. Joe;
John Mann of Eastpoint and Ca-
they and Ralph Hobbs of Mexico
Beach. She is also the great-,
granddaughter of Mary Mann of
Port St. Joe; Wilmer and Ernes-
tine Thursbay of Panama City
and Charles and Frances Parker
of Mexico Beach.


Jackson Christopher Blaschum

Card of Thanks
I would like to say a special
thank you to my friends, my
church family, and everyone who
has taken the time to be so. kind
to me. Thank you for the visits,:
phone calls, and food. Most of all,
for the many prayers that were of-
fered on my behalf. Please con-
tribute to uphold me and my fam-
ily in your prayers.
Love to all,
Ann Wood


227-1670


* Oysters
* Clams
*Shrimp
* Crabs
* Crawfish


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* Beer & Wine
* Cigarettes
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Fri Sat: 12- 9
Sunday 1-8
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Alexis Taylor
Alexis Is One!
Alexis Taylor celebrated her
first birthday on September 19.
She is the daughter of Charles
and Kisha Taylor of Memphis.
Tennessee and the granddaugh-
ter of Robert and Zola Taylor of
Port St. Joe.

Florida To Get
Federal Funds
Congressman Pete Peterson,
D-Marianna, announced recently
that Florida t will receive
$3,926,111 in federal funds to
develop a statewide school im-
provement plan.
The grant, from the U.S. De-
partment of Education,' is award-
edl under the new Goals 2000:
Educate America Act, a landmark
reform measure signed into law
by President Clinton on March
31.
'The Goals ,2000 initiative
provides an excellent opportunity
for all levels of government to
work together and create a higher
standard of education for Ameri-
ca's young people," Peterson said.
-Withou t question, if we maintain
this level of cooperation and con-
S tinue to focus on long-term im-
provements to education,, the
benefits will be immeasurable."


322 Reid Ave.


Port St. Joe


Phone 229-8899


FREE HEARING TEST
-Set For--
SENIOR CITIZENS

GULF, COAST HEARING AID
CENTER of Panama City will be
S offering to anyone 55 or older a
free hearing test. If you have
S- been exposed to loud factory
noise, if people seem to mum-
\ ble or you ask peoplerto repeat
what they have said, come see
"_". ..y^ .~us at: .. '
JAMES W. DAME
Hearing Aid Specialist

ST. JOE MOTEL
"501 Monument Ave.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4
9:00 A.M. 12:00 NOON
This is our regular'monthly Service Center and we will service anyone's
hearing aid free of charge. We- have the lowest battery prices in the area.
Come in and try our service!


Don't Miss If!

The Fifth Annual

St. Jcseph's Bay

Arts & Crafts Festival


^ ^. Saturday, Oct. 1 10 to 5
Sunday, Oct. 2 Noon to 5

First Union Park
S Port St. Joe



SArts & Crafts Displays
Food Booths

Portrait Painting
Entertainment

Socializing!



Special feature .

The Cull Ccast Sailins Schccner

The Ocverncr Stcne

will be offering sailing trips from the City Pier


Saturday: 10, 1 & 3


Sunday: 12 & 2


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Process Speeded Up to Apply for Flood Relief

Panhandle communities still under contract to provide assis- would have to fill out a separate existing and future buildings and, an entire community. information on the CIRF can call
rn, fro- tmthe flloodscau,,sed bv stance which will speed up the application for each separate in some cases, the relocation ot Communities needing further Riordan at 904/488-8466.


reern grom uX uu*.** X xiuvc* uy
Tropical Storm Alberto will be re-
lieved to know that efforts by the
state to get those areas back on
their feet are well underway.
During meetings over the
past few weeks, the Community
Redevelopment Task Force
(CRTF), charged by Governor
Lawton Chiles with helping flood-
damaged areas address their
long-term rebuilding needs, has
identified state and federal
grants, loans and technical assis-
tance available to flood-damaged
areas.
Meanwhile, two of the Pan-
handle's regional planning coun-
cils, the West Florida Regional
Planning Council (WFRPC) and
the Apalachee Regional Planning
Council (ARPC). have, been placed


process of getting aid to commu-
nities. One of the most important
functions of the two groups will
be to help flood-damaged areas
identify their long-term recovery
needs, then place those needs on
a pre-application for assistance at
no charge. The pre-applications
must be submitted' to the CRTF
by October 3.
Task Force officials are laud-
ing the pre-application concept as
a way to get communities needed
help as quickly as possible. It is
designed to streamline the state
and federal grant, process. "Each
state and federal agency has its
own application; there is no stan-
dard form," said Task Force
Chairman Toni Riordan. '"Without
a pre-application, communities


grant, loan or request for techni-
cal assistance they seek and
that's a very- tedious and time-
consuming process. Once com-
pleted, the CRTF will take Infor-
mation on pre-applications and
use it to find the most appropri-
ate grant or loan to meet commu-
nity needs."
Assistance available to flood-
damaged communities are aimed
at helping them recover from the
July floods and mitigating, or re-
ducing the potential impact of, fu-
ture floods. Recovery assistance
addresses needs for long-term
housing. Infrastructure and eco-
nomic redevelopment. Hazard
mitigation assistance includes
early warnings systems for im-
pending floods, the elevation of


55-Alive Driving Course Set
A 55-Alive Driver Training ry three years to maintain eligibil- said that you can ca
course will be sponsored,, by the ity for the insurance discount. 5600 or Ernie Henc
Saint Joseph Bay AARP Chapter Fred Kleeb, the course in- 8271 to enroll or t(
#3425 to be conducted on Octo- structor, says "there's something tional information
ber 13-14 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. new added each year that im- course. The cost ma
E.D.T. at the Presbyterian proves the course." kleeb also the starting day of tU


Church. Cost is $8.00 per person.
This course is primarily conduct-
ed to remind people 50 or older
about reduced physical capabili-
ties as we age but successful
completion of the course results
in a reduction in automobile in-
surance premiums. A certificate
is issued to each person who suc-
cessfully completes the course.
The course must be repeated eve-


Ill him at 647-
dricks at 648-
o obtain addi-
about the
ay be paid on
he class.


Health Fair Set October 8


The annual Gulf County
Health Fair will be held on Satur-
day, October 8, at the Centennial
building located on Allen Memori-
al Way in Port St. Joe, between
9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. E.D.T.


OBITUARIES:


Lillie Laurimore
Lillie Mae Laurimore, 85, of
Wewahitchka, passed away Fri-
day afternoon, September 24, in
Bay Medical Center. Born in Kin-
ard, she was a lifelong resident of
Wewahitchka and was a member
of the United Pentecostal Church
of Wewahitchka.
Survivors include four daugh-
ters., Nadine King and Geraldine
Corbett, both of Wewahitchka,
Barbara Ann Lawler and Mary
`Ann Green, both of Panama City;
three sons, Junior Laurimore,
John Laurimore, and Marvin Lee
Laurimore, all of' Wewahitchka;
22 grandchildren; 22 great grand-
children; her sister Elsie Mae He-
witt of Marianna: and two broth-
ers. Monroe Morgan and J.\V.
Morgan, both of Kinard. .
Funeral services were held
Monday at 11:00 a.m. at the
United Pentecostal Church, con-
ducted by the Rev. Allen Crab-
tree. Interment followed. in the
family plot,' Cypress Creek Ceme-
tery.
All services- were under the
direction of the Comforter Funer-
a] Home. !Wewahitchka Branch
Chapel.

Richard Davis
Richard E. Davis, 85, of We-
wahitchka, passed away Tuesday
morning in a Panama City Hospi-
tal. A native of Alabama, he had
been a resident of Wewahitchka
since 1945 and was a retired car-
penter.
Survivors include his daugh-


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ter, Nell Barrrington of Wewa-
hitchka; his granddaughter, Deb-
bie Scott of Southport; four
grandchildren; one great-
grandson, and a half-brother.
The funeral services will be
held at 2:00 p.m. C.D.T. Thurs-
day at the Glad Tidings Assem-
bley of God Church, conducted
by the Rev. Don Shoots. Inter-
ment will follow in the family plot,
Jehu Cemetery.
All services are under the di-
rection of the Comforter Funeral
Home, Wewahitchka Branch
Chapel.


William Ward
-., William Ward, 29, of Wewa-
hitchka, .. passed away Fridayp
night, in Bay Medical Center. A,
lifelong resident of Wewahitchka.
he worked, for In-Home Medical
and was a member of the United
Pentecostal Church of Wewa-
hitchka. He loved to sing his tes-
timony In churches.
Survivors include his wife,
Kathrina Ward; his children. Ash-
ley, Andrew, and Michelle Ward,
all of Wewahitchka; his mother,
Jean Ward of -Crestview; his
grandmothers, Irene Ward of We-
wahitchka, and Donnis Holiday of
Alabama; and his sisters and
brothers, Carrie Davis of Wewa-
hitchka, Melody and Mark Ward,
both of Crestview, Jimmy Mason
of Niceville; and Micky Mason of
DeFuniak Springs.
The funeral service was held
at 3:00 p.m., Sunday at the Unit-'
ed Pentecostal Church of Wewa-
hitchka, conducted by the Rev.,
Kevin Cox, the Rev. O.C. Crab-
tree, and the Rev. Charles Pettis.
Interment followed in the family
plot, Roberts cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter Funer-
al Home, Wewahitchka Branch
Chapel.


Area sponsors represent the
professions of: medicine, physical
therapy, respiratory therapy, plus
many more. Tests offered include:
diabetic, cholesterol, blood pres-
sure checks, and hearing tests.
Most services and consulta-
tions will be offered at no charge.
"Self Help" literature and givea-
ways designed to educate the
public on "healthy -living" will be
available. Come on out and enjoy
the refreshments during this fall
kick-off in the game of life.


Dean of St. Joe Beach.
According to investigating officer Port
Extricatinrg Driver St. Joe Police Sergeant Tim Hightower
McDaniel pulled into the path of Dean, who
Ambulance workers and Emergency Ser- was headed in a southerly direction, coming
vices workers remove James G. McDaniel off the Highland View bridge approach.
from his Chevrolet station wagon following McDaniel was taken to Gulf Pines Hospital
an accident at the intersection of Highway by South Gulf County Emergency Medical
98 and Industrial Road. last Wednesday Services for treatment of his injuries, which
morning. McDaniel, a Wewahitchka resident, were not determined to be serious.
was pinned in his vehicle when it was struck McDaniel's vehicle was badly damaged on
by a Toyota pick-up truck driven by David the right side at the point of impact.


Folic Acid Prevents Some Birth Defects

--Such as Neural Tube Defects, According to March of Dimes


Tallahassee-During the
month of October nearly 343,000
babies will be born m in the United
States. About 12,500 babies will
be born with birth defects, with
200 of those suffering from seri-
ous neural tube defects. The
March for Dimes Birth Defects
Foundation has chosen October
for its Healthier Babies Month to
highlight what can be done to
give more babies a healthy start.
During the month of October.
the March of Dimes is urging
women to begin taking 0.4 milli-
grams of folic acid to help prevent
certain birth-defects of the spine
and brain that can occur early In
pregnancy.
Folic acid is a B vitamin
found in such foods as leary
greens, ,whole grains and some
fortified cereals. It is impossible
to consume 0.4 milligrams of folic
acid through diet alone; therefore,
it is Important to eat .a balanced

Card of Thanks
We wish to thank everyone
for their concern and prayers
during our recent -tragedy. Greg
has beei transported from Bay
Medical in Panama City to the In-
tenisive Care Unit at the Universi-
ty of South Alabama Medical Cen-
ter in Mobile. The kindness and
concern from family and friends
have meant a lot. It appears to be
another two to three weeks before
Greg will -be allowed to come
home. Again, thank you for every-
thing.
Becky and Greg Weston


diet and take a prenatal multivi-
tamin/multlmineral supplement
to help meet increased needs for
folic acid.
'The goal of this year's
Healthier Babies Month is to In-
crease public awareness about
the B vitamin folic acid as a pre-
ventaLive measure to reduce the
number of babies born with neu-


ral tube defects," said Kristen
Scarola, Community Services Di-
rector. "Public education plays an
important role in preventing birth
defects. By consuming an .ade-
quate amount of folic acid every
day, a woman could reduce her
chance of having a baby born
with neural tube defect by as
much as 50 percent."


The March of Dimes is a na-
tional voluntary health agency
whose mission is to improve the
health of babies by preventing
birth defects and infant mortality.
Through its Campaign for Health-
ier Babies, the March of Dimes
funds programs of research, com-
munity service, education and ad-
vocacy.


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The Ladies Softball League
has finished its schedule, with
Motley's Big Star coming out
on top. The team won eight
games and lost only two in tak-
ing the league championship.
Shown at' right with. their
trophy are sponsor, Rocky Mot-
ley, holding the trophy, team
managers Sandy Quinn and Ray
Bailey and team members Lita-
sha Mills, June R. Smiley, Can-
dye Lewis, Debbie Stitt, Jenni-
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Other team members, not
present for the picture, were;
Barbara Baxter, Beverly Quinn,
Tina Register, Charlotte We!-
morts, Denise Granger, Patty
Larry, Beverly Daniels, Sherry
Hamilton and Charron Addison.,


Cub Scout Pack Humane
7 thursday, September 29 at So uenty
* .-a -_ 7:00 n.m.. will be the Cub Scout Ifyouareintel


Pack's first meeting of the 1994-
95 school year.
All interested boys arid par-
ents are invited to attend. The
meeting will be held at the Port
St. Joe Elementary School..


RICKY COLLINS


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DISTRICT II


Democratic Candidate County Commissioner
Issues a special thank you to friendsfor, their vote
and support in the September 8 election. Please.
continue to support me.


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GIVE 61,000.00-The businesses and clubs represented in the photo above have given $1,000 to the
Adopt A Class program. Shown with Principal Jerry Kelley, left, are: Ann Suber of Gulf Coast Electric,
Jan Traylor of Wewahitchka State Bank,, Betty Rich, Rich's I.G.A., Carolyn Husband, Chamber of Com-
merce and Joan Strange of the Optimist Club.


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Wewahitchka

Adopt-a-Class
The Adopt-A-Class program
being sponsored by the Wewa-
hitchka Chamber of Commerce
has been a huge success, as
funds and pledges totaling over
$4250.00 have been received to
assist in supporting the teacher
in their Individual classrooms at
Wewahitchka Elementary School.
Carolyn Husband, President
of the Chamber would like to ex-
press thanks to all chamber
members, businesses and par-
ents for their contributions which
made this program the success it
has already become. Anyone In-
terested in adopting a class or re-
ceiving more Information about
the adopt-a-class program, please
call Carolyn Husband at 639-
2222. or after 6:00 p.m.. she may
be reached at 639-2578.


5th-6th grade T.E.A.M. class was adopted by Taunton's Building Supply & Truss in the amount of
$225. Shown from left are: Jerry Kelley, principal; Sue McDaniel, teacher; Abigail Taunton and her
daughter Mary, Lori Price, teacher and Carolyn Husband, President of Chamber of Commerce.


Whitfield Timber adopted the first grade class of Joyce Quinn. Shown are: Jerry Kelley, Kay Whit-
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year, most of which include guar-
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He is a 1994 graduate of We-
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Gators Suffer Small Setback from District Rival Sneads


A strong first half by the
Sneads Pirates last Friday night
put an end to the Wewahitchka
Gators dreams of a perfect sea-
son.
The Pirates parlayed the first
half and 381 yards of offense into
a 35-26 win over the Gators.
Still, the Gators racked up


354 yards of their own and
scored in every quarter but just
couldn't contain, the offensive-
minded Pirates in their bid to im-
prove their record in District 2-2A
play.
iTyrone Livingston was the big
weapon for Sneads, racing up
163 yards and three touchdowns,


and John Reed with 106 yards,
as their one-two punch.
The Gators' David Hysmith
galloped for 89 yards and a TD
while Jeff Jones chalked up 36
yards and a touchdown.
The Gators sort of evened
things out in the offensive statis-
tics on Will Sumner's arm. He


connected on nine passes good
for 201 yards and two touch-
downs. Tranum McLemore was
on the receiving end of one of the
scoring aerials; for 65 yards and
Andrew Williams snagged the oth-
er from 14 yards.
MOMENTARY GATOR LEAD
The Gators had the lead only
momentarily as they surprised
the Pirate defense in the first pe-
riod with a long, 65-yard scoring
strike from Sumner to McLemore.
The Pirates came growling right
back with a scoring pass of their
own and ran for the extra points
to take the lead. Later in the peri-
od, they built on their lead with a
10 yards by Livingston and
kicked the extra point to take the
lead for good.
The Gators started strong in
the second quarter with Jones
plunging through the line for
three yards and a TD with McLe-
more catching a conversion pass
from Sumner to come within one
point of catching the Pirates, but
Sneads ripped off two more TD's
in the first half off a 17 yard run
by Peterson and 74 yard gallop by
Livingston to put the Gators deep
in the hole, 29-14, at half time.
' The Gators went on to score
twice more in the game on a one-
yard plunge by David Hysmith in
the third quarter and a 14 yard
pass to Andrew Williams in the fi-
nal stanza, but it wasn't enough.
Sneads' Livingston and Reed
seemed to know how to run on
the rain soaked field with a clay
base, while the Gators had to de-
pend on most of their yardage to
be delivered by air mail. The de-
fenders did a good job in defend-
ing in the slippery conditions,
with Adam Ake and Tommy Ga-
skin leading the Gators with eight
and five tackles respectively. Ga-
skin also had a pass interception
to his credit.
Score by quarters:
Wewahitchka 6 8 6 6-26
Sneads 15 14 0 6-35
THE YARDSTICK


Jeff Jones (22) runs the ball against the Sneads Pirates Friday night. Adam Ake (66) and Jason
Fisher (50) are also shown for the Gators.



Two Injured In Industrial


Accident at Arizona Chem.


Steve Hattaway, 40, and Greg
Weston, 43, both pf Port St. Joe,

Leave Fawn
Deer Alone
People who venture into Flori-
da's woodlands right now may
see white-tailed deer with their
new offspring. The Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission is
asking people to avoid taking one
of these fawns home.
"People who pick up these
small deer are usually well-
intentioned' but once you remove
a fawn' deer from the wild, some-
one has got to care for it from
then on," said Major Ron Wals-'
ingham, GFC Regional Com-
manderi.
Walsingham said the. Com-
mission has received several re-
quests for permits to possess deer
during the last few weeks, all of
which have been denied.
"Everyone wants a fawn while
they're small and. cuddly but they
don't stay small for long. They
grow rapidly and can become un-
predictable, even to the point of
being dangerous," he said.
"Most people mistakenly be-,
lieve young deer are abandoned
when they find them this time of
the year but in reality adult deer
are usually not far from their
fawns. The best course of action
is to leave the fawns alone," Wals-
ingham said.


were seriously injured last Thurs-
day afternoon in an industrial ac-
cident at Arizona Chetnical Com-
pany.
Both men were seriously
burned when a liquid heat trans-
fer system they were disassem-
bling to make repairs, shot out
some of the super-heated liquid
on them. Witnesses reported: they
followed the accepted procedure
in starting the repairs and' the
procedure they followed should
have let all the pressure off the
liquid in the piece of equipment,
before they opened it up.
The hot liquid hit. Hattaway
and inflicted severe burns over
most of his body. Weston received
serious bums, but not on so
much of;his body as did Hatta-
way.
Both were transported to hos-
pitals to treat them for the seri-
ous nature of their burns, imme-
diately..
Hattaway was taken to the
University of South 'Alabama
Medical Center in Mobile, Ala-
bama, where he underwent sur-
gery Tuesday of this week. He
was reported still in critical con-
dition at press time yesterday af-
ternoon. It has been requested
that no flowers be sent to his
room, because of his condition.
Cards, however, are acceptable.
West6n is to undergo surgery
today [Thursday].:
Weston suffered second and
third degree bums on his chest,
arms and portions of his legs.


Hattaway suffered first, second
and third degree burns over a
more extensive percentage of his
body.
Arizona officials are Investi-
gating the incident to ascertain
just what caused the accident to'
.happen.


First downs
Rushin yads
Passing yards
Comp-Att-Int
SPints Avg.
Fumbles lost
Penalties-yds.


Wewa
12
153
201
18-7-1,
3-3,5
1-1
4-20


Where can you find a


What if you


have a pedigreed for sale?
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for your fishing trip? Who's



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Sneads
15
333
48
6-3-1
3-30
2-0
6-80


The Gators have an open date
tomorrow night, before travelling


to Robert F. Munroe the following
week.


An unidentified Gator brings down a Sneads Pirate as Will Sum-
ner (9) comes in to assist.


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AT ITS FINAL


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September 27, 1994,


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Sharks Survive Jacket Attack


Des Baxter's leaping catch of
a Ryan Yeager pass and Barry
Adkison's talented toe combined
to give the Sharks their third win
of the season last Friday night,
defeating the Chattachoochee Yel-
low Jackets 7-6 on a rain-soaked
field.
Water ran down the sidelines
and the field itself was as slick as
glass from the rain which had fal-
len just prior to game time. The
Port St. Joe fans were the only
ones in the stands as the game
started, but the Chattahoochee
fans drifted in as it progressed,
choosing to stay at home until
the rain was over.
WET, SOGGY FIELD
The Sharks were battling
three situations that Friday eve-
ning: the soggy field, Ninamdi
Frazier sitting on the sidelines
and the Yellow Jackets Derek
White, who ran almost at will for
109 yards during the game. Der-
ek had more yards rushing than
the entire Shark team.
The wet conditions also re-
sulted in several passes being
dropped which fell right in the re-
ceivers' hands. The Sharks had to
make two drives at the goal line
in the final period because of the


slippery conditions. In the first
drive, the wet ball slipped to the
ground two yards from the goal
line. On the second drive, the
Sharks were on the four yard line
and Baxter leapt into the air so
Ryan Yeager's pass could hit him
right in the stomach where he
*wrapped his arms around it and
fell to the ground with the tying
score. Adkison, who has been
deadly on kicking the ball
through the uprights this season,
came on to seal the victory drill-
ing a booming kick straight be-
tween the goal posts with less
than a minute remaining in the
game.
The Jackets came back in tht
final seconds, doing something
they hadn't done all night; throw-
ing the football. They got to their
own 20 yard line before the
Sharks' Brian' Jenkins intercept-
ed a Jacket pass on the second
down, returning 35 yards to score
for the Sharks. The TD was called
back by a Shark penalty and the
team ran out the final 33 seconds
on the clock.
The first quarter was a score-
less. slippery struggle with the
Sharks trying to gain solid footing
and the Jackets' White seeming
to love the muddy conditions,
running like a race horse..
BIG JACKET LINE
The heavier Chattahoochee
line tied up the Shark line and
drifted through like water going
through a: sieve to keep Yeager's
timing off on his passes and
hand-offs. ;
Yeager completed nine of 22
passes, including the scoring toss
in the last minute and 33 sec-
onds of the game.
The Jackets went up by six
points in the second period, when
Pate Reynolds hauled in one of
Kelvin Brown's four completed
passes, to score on a 12 yard
play. The Jackets tried what was
working for them in the .extra
point, attempt, but their run for
two extra points failed. Still; the
six point lead stood for all but a
minute 33 secorids of the game.
In the absence of the human
bowlil g ball. Ninamdi Frazier.
Brian Jenkins had the lead rush-


ing statistic, gaining 67 yards in
12 carries. Brian Jenkins and
Des Baxter were Yeager's favorite
targets with both hauling in two
aerials. Jenkins .picked up 14,
yards with his catches and Bax-
ter had 20, including the touch-
down toss.
Defensively the Sharks had
13 tackles for losses with Jamaail
Fenn, Justin Summers and Rob-
ert Williams with eight each and
Des Baxter had seven.
FRIDAY'S GAME
The Sharks will play the
Sharks tomorrow night. This
won't be an intra-squad game but


the Apalachipola Sharks will be
coming to Shark stadium to try
out their team against the home-.
town Sharks. This match-up has
been a rivalry since dirt was in-
ventedl
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 0 0 0 7-7
Chattahoochee 0 6 0 0-6
THE YARDSTICK


First downs
Rushing yards
Passing yards
Total yards
Comp-Att.-Int.
Punts Avg.
Penalties-yds.


Des Baxter holds the ball aloft following his game-winning
touchdown in the last two minutes of the game.


Matt Roberson (53) and Chad Quinn (2) block for Shark runner Jamaail Fenn (22) in Friday night's
action in Chattahoochee.



Sharks Finish Seventh in Meet


Last Saturday,. Port St. Joe
High School hosted Its fifth annu-
al Shark Invitational Cross Coun-
try Meet at St. Joseph Bay Coun-
try Club. .
In the girls' competition. 65
runners from: eight schools par-
ticipated in the two-mile race.
Winning the meet with a
score of 47 points was Lincoln
High School of Tallahassee. North
Florida Christian placed:second
with 64; Maclay, third with 113,
Bay, fourth with 122: Wewahitch-
ka fifth with 129; Quincy-Shanks
with 178 placed sixth; Port St.
Joe was at seventh with 199; and
Rutherford in eighth place with
205.
In the individual competition,
Leah Bonds of North Florida
Christian was first with a time of
12:57, second place runner Holly.
Skinner of Lincoln (13:08). Holly


St. Joe was fourth (112). Quincy-
shanks placed fifth with 117, We-
wahitchka was sixth with 126,
Bay was at seventh with. 162,
Rutherford was eighth with 204,
and Maclay placed ninth with a'
score of 233. Mosley participated
but did not-field five runners; as
a result, they did not score as a
team.
In the individual competition,
Jason Recto of Lincoln was first
with a time of 16:21. Jeremy Ed-
wards of Marianna was second
(17:01), Bergen Bloomquist of
North Florida Christian was third
(17:06), Jerry Lewis of Marianna
fourth with 17:32. and Carey
Cherr of Lincoln placed fifth with
17:36.
Germain Clark recorded the
highest finish for Port St. Joe as
he placed sixth with a time of
17:37. Gabe Clark placed* 12th
(18:03), Robbie Dixson 20th
(18:34), Matt Dixon 34th (19:27),
Jonathan Stripling 49th '(19:37),


Eric Sellers 52nd (20:42), Chad
Thompson 58th (21:16). and
Bryan Simon 71st (23:18).
Three members of the middle
school cross country team com-
peted in a two-mile run. Clay
Smallwood finished with a time of
15:08, Jason Gainnie ran 16:08, -
and Kevin Conley's time was
17:13.
Each week, a member of the
team is selected as Runner of the
Week. Sand Dollar Bills of Port
St. Joe is presenting a personal
pan pizza to the deslgnee. For the
last four weeks, the chosen run-
ners are Germain Clark for the
Marianna meet, Gabe Clark for
the Early County Invitational,
Jonathan Stripling for the Lincoln
Invitational, and Eric Sellers for
the Port St. Joe Invitational.
On Thursday, the boys' team
will compete in a four-team meet
in Marianna. Teams that will
compete are: Marianna, Quincy-
Shanks, Port St. Joe, and Wewa-
hitchka.


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Freshman Chad Thompson
placed 58th among the 83 run-
ners with a time of 21:16.

Atkins of Wewahitchka placed
third with 13:19, Vino Darmara-
jah of Mosley placed fourth with
13:30, and Maclay runner Jean-
ette Kane was fifth with a time of
13:35.
In the boys' competition, 83
runners from 10 schools partici-
pated in the three-mile race.
Winning the meet with. a
score of 58 points was North Flor-
ida Christian. Lincoln also scored
58 points, but placed second as a
result of their sixth place runner
finishing behind North Florida's.
Marianna was third (112), Port


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do with extracting a tooth
or that it makes a tooth turn
black, you have a miscon-
ception, about one of the
most important dental pro-
cedures. Root canal therapy
is often recommended to
save a tooth and prolong its
usefulness for many years.
What it really amounts to
is taking the nerve out of the
tooth. The tooth is not ex-
tracted, no does it turn
black. You may notice some
discoloration in the tooth af-
ter root canal therapy, but
your dentist can correct this,
just as he can correct any
discolored or stained tooth.
He may use one of several


procedures to make it
match up with your teeth.
One method involves
bleaching. Another method
is to bond a composite resin
over the surface of the
tooth. Also, a very thin ve-
neer of plastic laminate can
be applied.
If the tooth needs re-
building so you can use it
more efficiently for chewing,
your dentist may recom-
mend that the tooth be cov-
ered with a porcelain
crown.
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. SEPT. 29. 1994


Williams Completes Exam As Broker

Now Licensed to Handle Mutual Funds and Bank's Private Label Funds, Locally


Gilbert Williams of First Un-
ion National Bank of Florida has
successfully completed the licens-
ing examination for the Series 6
and Series 63 broker's licenses to
sell mutual -funds, including the
bank's private label funds, the
First Union Funds. Williams is
nowa dual employee of First Un-
ion and of First Union Brokerage
Services, Inc., one of the nation's
oldest and largest bank-owned
securities firms. 4
Responding to customer de-
.mand for more investment choic-
es, First Union launched an ini-
tiative last fall to train and
license two. employees in nearly
all of its more than 1,300 branch-
es to sell mutual funds through-
out its banking region. To date,
1,250 First Union branch person-
nel in the Carolinas, Florida and
Georgia have been licensed.
"In order to fully meet our
customers' financial needs, we


Difference In

CardBOARD

& Corrugated
Do you know the difference
between a cardBOARD box and a"
CORRUGATED box? There Is a
major difference and Ralph Ro-
berson, manager of St Joe Con-
tainer's Port St.- Joe plant ex-.
plained just what the difference
was last Thursday.
Roberson 'said St. Joe's.
plants makes CORRUGATED box-
es, a medium which Is made by
sandwiching two layers of liner
board on each side of a corrugat-
ed center piece.'"This makes the
box stronger and lighter,",Rober-
son said. CardBOARD Is a single
ply of board used in manufactur-
ing boxes.
Roberson said St. Joe's 15
plants are strung out in the.
south, mid-east and mid-west to
make the plants near their cus-
tomers in order to reduce trans-
portation costs and speed up de-
livery of the finished product.
The plants take most of SL
Joe Forest Products production of
kraft linerboard for use in their
finished product.
"We make boxes for most of
the common household names
you are all fan~_mlar with." PRobeC-.
son said. "We Ase a lot of paper in
the process. In the Port SL Joe
plant we use enough paper every
day to stretch a sheet from here
to Blountstown, seven feet wide."
"The box manufacturing busi-
ness is also aware of the needs of
the environment also," Roberson
said. 'We are currently using 30%
of our product from recycled ma-
terial, with 700% coming from vir-
gin paper. I can see where we will
eventually arrive at the day when
we will be using half recycled ma-
terial and half virgin material in
our box making process in the fu-
ture."
Guests of the club were
Vance Waggoner of Columbus,
Ga.. Ken Hicks and Robert
Brooks,'both of Port SL Joe.


trained and developed our own
sales force of licensed representa-
tives," 'said Richard K. Wagoner,
head of First Union's Capital
Management Group, the trust, In-
vestment management and bro-
kerage arm of the bank.
Williams will continue to pro-
vide customers with First Union's
full array of traditional bank


Project Grad Is
Giving Away A
'68 Vintage Car
Project Graduation '95
presents the special event fund-
raiser of the year-a 1968 Cus-
tom Firebird. Only 500 tickets
will be sold for a donation of $20
per ticket. November I ]-half-
S.tineof..the Homecoming Game--
will be the day some lucky person
drives this car.home. The car will
be displayed and tickets sold Oc-
tober I and 2 at the Arts & Crafts
Festival in the Frank Pate Park.
There will also be a chance to
have a two-night get away at
Treasure Bay Lodge: the winner
of this event will be announced at
half-time of the Port St. Joe vs.
Apalachicola football game on
September 30. Tickets may be
purchased at the football game or
from any senior parent. Tickets
are available for a $1 donation.
A meeting for Project Gradua-
tion will be held on Monday, Oc-
tober 3. at 7 p.m. in the Media
Center of Port St. Joe High
School. All parents of the 1994-
95 seniors are urged to attend.


SECOND PRIMARY
:' ELECTION *


Tuesday, October 4

GULF COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY


INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER
1. To vote blacken the Oval
(. ( ) next to the candidate
of your choice.
2. Use only the pencil provid-
ed to mark the ballot.


CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
(Vote for ONE)
C-D HUGH E. RODHAM
CD MIKE WILEY


GULF COUNTY REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

SAPEBLLToSMLEBLO A MPLEa9 ALLT


products and services. .In addi-
tion, he will now be able to offer
mutual funds as an investment.
Licensing and registration are re-
quired by securities regulators in-
cluding various state securities
commissions.
Williams is city president and
branch manager at First Union's
Main office in Port St. Joe. He is
president of the Kiwanis Club of
Port St. Joe,. and is involved with
the Gulf County Associatioi of
Retarded citizens and the Port St..
Joe Chamber of Commerce.
The intensive and thorough
training program, which is be-
coming a model for the industry,
combines classroom and home
study plus a rigorous examina-
tion. In addition, the bank has
developed a software system that
enables licensed representatives
to evaluate each product in terms
of a customer's individual re-
quirements, including investment
goals. and risk tolerance.


The First Union Funds are a
family of 17 mutual funds distrib-
uted by Federated Securities Cor-
poration of Pittsburgh, PA. In
June, First Union completed the
acquisition ofLieber & Co., a New
York-based research and invest-
ment management firm and in-
vestment advisor to the $3.1 bil-
lion Evergreen family of 16
mutual funds.
The investment adviser to the
First Union Funds is First Union
National Bank of North Carolina.
The Funds are offered through
First Union Brokerage Services,
Inc.. member of NASD and SIPC
and an affiliate of the investment
adviser. On March 311, 1994, First
Union Corporation (NYSE: FTU
and FTUpr) reported assets ol
$72.6 billion and operated 1,308
banking offices in Florida, North
Carolina, South Carolina, Geor-
gia, Virginia, Tennessee, Mary-
land and Washington, D.C., and
206 non-banking offices in 39
states.


Senior Citizens
Bar-B-Que
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens will be manning a booth at
the Chamber of Commerce Arts &
Crafts Festival on October 1.
They will be selling tickets for the
big drawing which will be held
every hour. The donation of $1.00


each will be used to build the new
Senior Citizens and Community
Center. This will be a center for
all ages.
One of the staff/volunteers
will be selling bricks and blocks
and they will be handing out me-
morial brochures to help raise
funds. Those delicious mouth wa-
tering bar-b-que beef sandwiches
will also be sold for lunch.


THANK YOU!

I appreciate the vote of confidence
given to me on September 8.
Your continued support is needed in the
November election.

Ted Whitfield, Jr.
School Board Member District 2
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INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER
1. To vote blacken the Oval
( ) next to the candidate
of your choice.
2. Use only the pencil provid-
ed to mark the ballot.


STATE
COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION
(Vote for ONE)
S)FRANK T. BROGAN
( ) BOB MORRIS


IBA L L O T SAM P L EAL L O T A, S A M P L E B A L L O


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. SEPT. 29. 1994


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
JULY 19. 1994
BUDGET MEETING
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met this date in special session with the
following members present: Chairman Warren J.
Yeager, Jr., and Commissioners Jessie V. Arm-
strong, Michael L. Hammond, Nathan Peters. Jr..
and Billy E. Traylor.
Others present were: Clerk Benny C. Itster.
Chief Deputy Clerk Douglas C. Birmingham. Dep-
uty Clerk Rebecca L Norris. Tax Collector Eda
:Ruth Taylor, Supervisor of Elections Cora Sue
Robinson, Sheriff James Coats,. County Adminis-
trator ,R. Larry Wells. Building Inspector Richard
Combs. Maintenance Manager Joe Bearden. Mos-
quito Control Director Paul Wood, and Solid Waste
Director Joe Danford.
The meeting was called to order at 5:00 pm,.
EDT.
Commissioner Michael L, Hammond opened
the meeting with prayer and Chairman Warren J.
Yeager, Jr., led the pledge of allegiance to the flag
TENTATIVE BUDGET PACKETS
Clerk Lister presented the 1994-95 Tentative
Budget and Requests. He stated that the Fine and
Forfeiture Fund Is over the Statutory limit of 2
mills (2.111) and the Board would need to reduce
expenditures or move some over .to the General
Fund. :
He went on to say that the Fire Districts will
not take in enough Ad Valorem Taxes to fund their
requests. Clerk Lister informed the Board that Ad
Valorem taxes will need to be reduced by $340,683
from the proposed budget, if the Board goes to the
rolled-back rate; and County-Wide Ad Valorem
taxes will need to be reduced by 8143.428 from
the proposed budget, If the Board maintains the
same millage rate as last year (8.145).
Clerk Lister states that the County-Wide Mil-
lage rate for 1993-94 is 8.145 and to fund the re-
quests for 1994-95 the Board would have to levy a
rate of 8.411, which is an increase of .266 mills.
SMALL COUNTY KICKER/EMERGENCY 1/2
CENT
SALES TAX
Clerk Lister stated that he had recently been
notified that the Emergency 1/2 cent. Sales Tax
would be more than originally anticipated, and
that he would be. adding $39,898 more Revenue to
the General Fund. *
CLERK TO BOARD/CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT/CLERK OF COUNTY COURT
Clerk Lister presented his budget request
and stated that it is an increase of 3.48% over the
current budget and does not include salary in-
creases for his employees. Co. Hammond motioned
to tentatively approve this budget as requested.
Commissioner Armstrong seconded the motion.
Discussion followed. The second and the motion
-were withdrawn. Upon motion by. Commissioner
-Traylor, second by Commissioner Peters, and
-unanimous vote, the' Board tentatively approved
- an Increase of 3% over the 1993-94 budget which
"is a $1,497 reduction in his request. ($197,522
,'Clerk. to Board/$58;290 Clerk to Circuit/$77.778
_ Clerk to County). ..*, '.
-PROPERTY APPRAISER '
Upon motion by Commissioner'Peters, sec-
'ond by Commissioner ITraylor, and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved an increase of
,$268. The total budget approved is $214,085
-which agrees iith the budget previously approved
by the Department of Revenue.
TAX COLLECTOR
Tax Collector Taylor presented her budget
.,and explained the need for a larger computer pro-
*cessor. She stated that this and the maintenance
*contract were the main reason for her increases
(Mr. Traylor left the meeting at 5 17 pm, EDTiI
Commissioner Peters motioned to reduce the Tax
Collector .request by $2,216. Commissioner Ham-
,.mond seconded the motion and it passed 4-0 (Mr.
Traylor returned at 5:20 pm, EDT.) The Board not-
ed that if Ms. Taylor ran into shortages in her new
budget she could come to the Board and request
additional funds.
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
Ms. Robinson presented her budget request
Stating that "the majority of her Increase was due
to the State and Federal mandated National Voter
Registration Act, with which she must comply.
Upon motion.by Commissioner Traylor, second by
Commissioner Peters, and unanimous vote, the'
Board tentauvely approved her budgets as request-
ed 1599.824 Supervisor of Elections/S43.147 Elec-
tion Expense)
SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
S' Sheriff Coats presented a revised budget re-
' quest in the amount of $1,266,280. He stated a
4, peed for three additional deputies. Upon motion by
.N tommissppler Hammond. second by Commissiorn-
er Armstrong and a 4-1 vote (Yeager voted nol, the
Board tentatively approved an increase of
$104,500 over the 1993-94 budget, which in-
cludes two deputies, three patrol cars and pay
raises for the employees.
COUNTY JUDGE PROBATION/FINE AND FOR-
FEITURE FUND
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Traylor and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved $44.114. a
3% increase over the 1993-94 budget.
COUNTY COURT JUDGE/
GENERAL FUND
Conimissioner Hammond motioned to re-
duce Salaries Non-Payroll by $3.190. Commission-
er Traylor seconded the motion. The second and
: motion were withdrawn. Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Hammond. second by Commissioner Arm-
'strong and unanimous vote, the Board tentatively
approved $9,579, a 3% increase over the 1993-94
budget.
DUES ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES
Commissioner Hammond motioned to tenta-
tively approve this budget as requested ($1,250).
and with Commissioner Traylor's second, it passed
unanimously.
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
Commissioner Hammond motioned to tenta- .
tively approve this budget as requested ($36,605),
and with Commissioner Traylor's second, it passed
unanimously.
GULF COUNTY
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
Commissioner Peters motioned to tentatively
approve this budget as requested ($1.16,663).
Commissioner Hammond seconded the motion
and it paCsed unanimously.
EMERGENCY 911 SYSTEM
Commissioner Peters motioned to tentatively
approve this budget as requested ($50,744), and
with Commissioner Hammond's second. It passed
unanimously.
EMS 911 MATCHING GRANT
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammoner Hammond and unanimous
yote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($47,887).
911 RADIO COMMUNICATIONS ASSESSMENT
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters, and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($10,800) i
COMMODITY PROGRAM
Commissioner Peters motioned to tentatively
approve this budget as requested ($6,098). Com-
missioner Traylor seconded it and it passed unani-



SCommissioner Peters motioned to tentatively
approve this budget as requested ($1,820). Com-
missioner hammond seconded the motion and It
passed unanimously.
COUNTY PLANNIN-COMP. PLAN/CASH CARRY
FORWARD
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sc-
ond by Commissioner -Armstrong., and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved to fund as re-
quested ($20,000) and increase cash carry forward
by the anticipated unspent portion of the 1993-94
budget ($15,000).
NON-SPONSORED TRANSPORTATION
pIBADVANTAGED
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Peters, and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($2,000).
COUNTY COURTHOUSE-
RADIO TOWER
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Traylor, and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($2,500).
MEDICAL EXAMINER .
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Armstrong. and unani-
mous vote. the Board tentatively approved this
,budget as requested ($13,500).
VETERANS SERVICE
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Traylor, and unanimous
yote. the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($30,553). Commissioner Traylor com-
mended Mr. Do Williams for an excellent Job, in all
areas.


STATE HOUSING INITIATIVE PROGRAM
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters, and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($251,000).
COfURTHOUSE MAINTENANCE
Commissioner Traylor motioned to tentative-
ly approve this budget as requested ($254,420).
Commissioner Hammond seconded for discussion.
Commissioner Traylor stated that Mr. Bearden's
department does a lot of work and the Board runs
into a lot of things that have not been budgeted for
and Mr. Bearden does a good job with his budget.
The motion then passed unanimously.


COUNTY BUILDING-
WEWA MAINTENANCE
Commissioner Traylor motioned to tentative-
ly approve this budget as requested ($36,911).
Commissioner Hammond seconded the motion.
Discussion followed. Commissioner Hammond left
the meeting at 6:28 pm:; he returned at 6.29 pm).
The motion then passed 5-0.
COUNTY PLANNING/ARPC DUES
Commissioner Traylor motioned to not fund
this request ($5,000). Commissioner Hammond
seconded. Discussion followed. The second and
the motion were withdrawn. Chairman Yeager stat-
ed that he would contact Mr. Charles Blume of
ARPC and request him to attend the next budget
meeting on July 21, 1994.
COUNTY PLANNING
HAZARDOUS WASTE
ASSOCIATION PLAN
Commissioner Hammond motioned not to
fund this request ($1,000). Commissioner Traylor*
seconded. Discussion followed. Mr. Joe Danford
. advised the Board that the Hazardous Waste Veri-
fication plan had been paid from the Small County ,
Solid Waste Grant in 1993-94. The motion then
passed unanimously.
COUNTY DEVELOPMENT
/CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Commissioner Traylor motioned to table.
Commissioner Peters seconded the motion. Chair-
manf Yeager stated that he would contact Ms. Ta-
mara Latne of the Gulf County Chamber of Com-
merce and request her presence at the next budget
meeting on July 21, 1994.
FIRE CONTROL ASSESSMENT
'Upon motion by Commissioner.Traylor, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($9,476).
STATE FORESTRY
SOIL CONSERVATION
Commissioner Hammond motioned to table:
Commissioner Armstrong seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously. Chairman Yeager re-
questedthat Clerk's Office to contact Mr. Joe An-
derson and.find out what this is used for and re-
port back at the next budget meeting.
PLANNING.AND BUILDING DEPT.
Commissioner Hammond motioned to tenta-
tively approve this budget as requested
($117,025). Commissioner Traylor seconded for
discussion. The motion, then passed unanimously.
SEARCH AND RESCUE
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous'
vote, the Board tentanoel approved this budget as
requested ($6.697)
SOUTH GULF COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES
UNIT
Commissioner Traylor motioned to table.
.Commissioner Armstrong seconded the motion
and It passed unanimously.
SMALL COUNTY SOLID WASTE/RECYCLING
AND EDUCATION/ WASTE TIRE GRANTS
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote. the Board tentaUvely approved each budget
as requested Ismall County $50,000/Recycling &
Education $65,000/Waste Tire $7,500)
MOSQUITO CONTROL/
GENERAL FUND
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Peters and unanimous vote,
the Board tentatively approved this budget as re-
quested ($66,757). 1
The Board recessed at 6 48 pmr. EDT.
The Board reconvened at 7.08 pm. EDT.
LANDFILL
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Traylor and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($100,000). Commissioner Traylor com-
mended Mr. Joe Danford for doing a good job for
the County.
GULF COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH UNITS
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Armstrong and unani-
mous vote, the Board tentatively approved a 3% in-
crease over the 1993-94 budget ($36,194).
SOLID WASTE DEPARTMENT
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond b) Commissioner Traylor and unanimous
%ote. the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($489.5761
GULF COUNTY GUIDANCE CLINIC
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Armstrong and unani-
mous vote, the Doard tentatively approved $4.780
'the same as in 1993-941
GULP COUNTY RETARDED
CITIZENS ASSOCIATIONS
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved a 3% increase
over the 1993-94 budget 157.916)
BAKER ACT MENTAL HEALTH
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
ond by Commissioner Peters and unanimous vote.
the Board tentansely approved this budget as re-
quested IS 13.1331
GULF COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS
Upon moon by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Armstrong: and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved a 3% increase
over the 1993-94 budget ($26,294).
C.S.B.G. TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED
Commis-ioner Hammondmo tioned to tents.
lively approve thi budget as requested. Comrris- ,
stoner Peters seconded the moon. Discussion fol.
lowed. The second and the motion were
withdrawn Upon motion by Commissioner Ham.
mond. second by Commissioner Peters and unani-
mous vote, the Board tentatvely approved a 3% in-
crease over the 1993-94 budget IS5.923).
CHOICES .
Commissioner Hammond motioned to table
this request. Commissioner Peters seconded the
motion and it passed unanimously Chairman
Yeager stated that he would request a represent'
tire to appear at the next budget meeting on July
21. 1994.
CHEMICAL ADDICTION RECOVERY EFFORT
Commissioner Peters motioned to tentatively
approve their request of $4,878. Commissioner
Armstrong seconded the motion. Discussion fol-
lowed. The second and the motion werd with-
drawn Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond and unanimous
vote. the Board agreed to table. Chairman Yeager
agreed to contact Rev Baxter and request he at-
tend the next budget meeting on July 2 1. 1994
HEALTH CARE RESPONSIBILITY ACT '
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively'approved this budget as
requested ($49,572). '2
WEWAHITCHKA AMBULANCE SERVICE
Commissioner Hammond motioned to tenta-
tively reduce the equipment line item by $55,000, '
stating that they could purchase the new ambu-
lance. rmak ,ng a doT, payment and using the leas
purchase plan Commissioner Peters seconded the
motion and it passed unanimously The total ten-
tatively approved budget is $60,6o0.
WEWAHITCHKA MEDICAL CENTER
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by' Commissioner Traylor and unanimous
vote, the Board, tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($6,000). .
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE/PARKS AND
RECREATION
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved a 10% in-
crease over the 1993-94 budget ($12,342). "
CITY OP WEWAHITCIDKA/PARKS AND 'i
RECREATION -1
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and' unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved a 10% In-
crease over the 1993-94 budget ($8,228).
PARKS AND RECREATION /COMMISSIONERS
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved to budget
$10,000 ($2,000 for each district).
LIBRARIES
Upon motion by 'Commissioner Hammond,
second 9by Commissioner Petere and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved a 3% increase
over the 1993-94 budget for the local portion
($37,725). Upon motion by Commissioner Ham-
mond, second by Commissioner Peters and unani-
mous vote, the Board tentatively approved
$27,433 for the state portion.
EXTENSION AGENT
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond and unanimous
vote. the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($47.123).
COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Armstrong and unani-
mous vote, the Board tentatively approved this
budget as requested ($766,505).
MOSQUITO CONTROL STATE I/WASTE TIRE
ABATEMENT


Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested (S24,314).
ST. JOE FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved to give each
Fire Department last year's budget and dividing
equally the excess in Ad Valorem between each
Fire Department.


OVERSTREET FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved $3,444.
TUPELO FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT
Upon motion by Commissioner Armstrong,
second by Commissioner Hammond and unani-
mous vote, the Board tentatively approved to give
all excess Ad Valorem ($6,376) to Dalkelth Fire De-
Sartment after the allowance for the City ofWewa's
ease payment and special district fee is made
($12,067).
HOWARD CREEK FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT
Upon motion by Commissioner Armstrong,.
second by Commissioner Hammond and unani-
mous vote, the Board tentatively approved $5,979.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Commissioner Peters motioned. to table this
Item. Commissioner Hammond seconded the mo-
tion and it passed unanimously.
SPECIAL EVENTS
Commissioner .Hammond motioned to tenta-
tively approve this budget as requested. Commis-
. soner Peters seconded and it passed unanimous-
ly. ($2,000: $500 for each city and $500 for each'
high school).
COUNTY ATTORNEY
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved $23,550.
VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor,' sec-,
ond by Commissioner Peters and unanimous vote,
the Board tentatively approved this budget as re-
quested ($600).
PUBLIC DEFENDER: CONFLICT
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Armstrong and a 4-1
vote (Peters voted no), the Board tentatively ap-
proved ($5,000).
CIRCUIT COURT OPERATIONS
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
ond by Commissioner Peters and unanimous vote,
the Board tentatively approved $7,807.
PUBLIC DEFENDER
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($3,000).
COURT REPORTER
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner, Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved $3,600.
JUROR AND WITNESS,
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commisslioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved $1,500.
Chairman Yeager scheduled the next budget
workshop for Thursday, July 21, 1994, at 7:30
pm, EDT.
There being no further business, and upon
motion by Commissioner Traylor. second by Com-
missioner Hammond, and unanimous vote, the
lmeeling did then adjourn at 8:05 pm. EDT.
WARREN J YEAGER. JR..CHAIRMAN
ATTEST' BENNY C LISTER. CLERK
BUDGET MEETING
JULY 21, 1994
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met this date In budget session with the
following members present: Chairman Warren J.
Yeager, Jr.; Comrpissioners Jessie V. Armstrong.
Michael L. Hammond. Nathan Peters, Jr.,-and Bil-
ly E. Traylor.
Others present were: Clerk Benny C. Lister,
Chief Deputy Clerk Douglas C. Birmingham. Dep-
uty Clerk Rebecca L Norris, and Sheriff James
Coats.
Thie meeting was called to order at 7:31
p.m., E.D.T.
Commissioner Michael Lo Hammond opened
the meeting with prayer and Chairman Warren J.
Yeager.' Jr. led the pledge of allegiance to the flag.
APALACHEE REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCIL
Mr. Charles Blume of the Apalachee Region-
al Planning Council addressed the Board concern-
ing his budget request Commissioner Peters mo-
toned to tentatively approve this budget as
requested ($5,000). Commissioner Harmond sec-
onded the motion, and It passed with a 4-1 vote
(Traylor voted no).
COUNTY DEVELOPMENT / CHAMBER OF COM-
MERCE
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
secondly Commissioner Traylor and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved to budget
$18,500, which is a decrease of $2.483. h z.':
CHEMICAL ADDICTION RECOVERY EFFORT
Upon motion by commissioner Hammond.
.second by commissioner Traylor and a 4-1 mmte
(Peters voted no). the Board tentatively approved to
not fund this request ($4.878).
CHOICES
Commissioner Peters motioned to fund this
budget as request ($4,800). The motion died for a
lack of a second. Upon motion.by Commissioner
Hammond, second by Commissioner Traylor and a
3-2 vote. the Board tentatively approved not to
fund this budget request Chairman Yeager and
Commissioner Peters voted no
SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Traylor and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved to decrease
this budget by an additional $4,500. The total ten-
tatively approved budget for this department being
$1,181,179 ($100,000 more than the 1993-94
budget). The Sheriff is to determine which line
Items todecrease. It was again mentioned that this
amount would include the Sheriffs request for 2
deputies, 3 patrol cars, and pay raises for the em-
ployees. '
Sheriff Coats left the meeting at 7:51 p.m.,
E.D.T.
Commissioner Hammond left the meeting at
7-51 p.m. E.D.T.. and returned at 752 p.m. E.D.T.
STATE SOIL CONSERVATION
Deputy Clerk Birmingham discussed the
purpose of this request and what the funds were
used for He stated the program is called the
County Forestry Assistance Program and assists
private Indisiduals (not businesses) with problems.
He also stated that the DlITslon of Forestry assists
pnvate individuals through Federal programs to
obtain trees to plant Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Armstrong. second by Commissioner Peters
and a 4-1'vote (Hammond voted no), the Board
tentatively approved this budget as requested
($1,000).
SOUTH GULF COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES
UNIT /' R U
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Armstrong and unani-
mous vote, the Board tentatively approved this
budget as requested ($20,948).
'CITY OF PORT ST. JOE / ST. JOB FIRE
CONTROL DISTRICT
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Armstrong and unani-
mous vote, the Board tentatively approved this
budget as requested ($3,175).
GULF COUNTY WORK,CREW
Upon motion, by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($5,.00).
W. L. BAILEY LAW LIBRARY
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested($1,000).
SHERIFF'S ANTI-DRUG GRANT
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
ond by Commthssioner Hammond and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($27,170).
LAW ENFORCEMENT
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($24,982).
COURTHOUSE SECURITY
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond and unanimous
vote. the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($1,000).
OVERSTREET FIRE DEPARTMENT DEBT
SERVICE/GENERAL FUND
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor. sec-
ond by Commissioner Peters and unanimous vote,
the Board tentatively approved this .budget as re-
quested ($5,222).
COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE DEB-T
SERVICE/GENERAL FUND .
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Armstrong and unani-
mous vote, the Board tentatively approved this
budget as requested ($59,630).
PORT ST. JOE AMBULANCE
Upon motion by Commissioner Armstrong,
second by Comntissioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($157.500).
PARK COMMISSION
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote. the Board tentatively approved to budget
$1,000 for the Parks Commission.


RESERVES/GENERAL FUNDS
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond and unanimous
vote. the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($125,000 for Reserve for Contingencies
and $276.125 for Cash to be Carried Forward).
EMPLOYEE SALARY INCREASES
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote. the Board tentatively approved' to give em-
ployees a 3% salary increase ($50.436). It was not-
ed that the Property Appraiser and the Sheriff's
budgets already had their salary increases figured
into their budgets.
Commissioner Hammond left the meeting at
8:11 p.m. E.D.T. and returned at 8:13 p.m. E.D.T.


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Fund 1.874: Courthouse and Jail 0.118: St. Joe
Fire Control District 0.500: Tupelo Fire Control
. District 0.500; Overstreet Fire Control District -
0.500: Howard Creek Fire Control District 0.500.
PUBLIC HEARING
Chairman Yeager stated that the public
hearing for the 1994-95 budget would be held on
Tuesday. September 13, 1994 at 5:01 p.m., E.D.T..
in the County Commissioners' meeting.room.
There being no further business and'upon
motion by Commissioner ,Hammond, second by
Commissioner Traylor and unanimous vote, the
meeting did then adjourn at 5:24 p.m., E.D.T.
WARREN J. YEAGER JR.
CHAIRMAN
ATTEST:
BENNY C. LISTER
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
AUGUST 23, 1994
REGULAR SESSION
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met on August 23. 1994 In regular session
with the following members present Chairman
Warren J. Yeager, Jr., and Commissioners Michael


SECONDARY ROAD AND BRIDGE
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
ond by Commissioner Armstrong and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($807,590).
C.D.B.G./RAFFIELD'S
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Traylor and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($20,520).
CERTIFICATE OF INDEBTEDNESS: INTEREST
& SINKING RESERVE
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($72,803).
CERTIFICATE OF INDEBTEDNESS: INTEREST
& SINKING
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($61,710).
FIRE STATIONS: BOND. INTEREST & SINKING
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($5,548).
GULF COUNTY PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT
REVENUE FUND
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor. sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($682,193). .
OAK GROVE WATER AND SEWER
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters and unranimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved this budget as
requested ($99,444).
GULF COUNTY WATER SYSTEM
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Armstrong and unani-
mous vote, the Board tentatively approved this
budget as requested ($248.313).
HIGHLAND VIEW WATER SYSTEM
Upon motion by, Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Armstrong and unani-
mous vote, the Board tentatively approved this
budget as requested ($149,295).
WHITE CITY WATER SYSTEM
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Armstrong and unani-
mous vote, the Board tentatively approved this
budget as requested ($23,750).

SOIL CONTAMINATION/ROAD
DEPARTMENT
The Board discussed the cost Involved In the
clean up at the Road Department and stated that
the Road Dept would pay the cost out of their
budget.
BEACON HILL PARK GRANT
The Board discussed the matching funds re-
quired for the Beacon Hill Park Grant and stated
that the match would be met with ,In-Kind services
and that no money will need to be budgeted for
this purpose.,
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS/
COMMUNICATIONS
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Traylor and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved to increase
their communications line item by $3.000 (total
Approved $5,000) to cover the costs of cellular
phone services.
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS/EQUIPMENT
Upon modton by Commissioner Peters, sec-,
ond by Commissioner Hammond and unanimous
vote, the Board tenatively approved to Increase
their equipment line Item by 1.500 (toual of
$3.0001 to cover the costs of purchasing new cellu-
lar phones for each Commissioner.
Chairman Yeager scheduled the next budget
workshop for Tuesday, July 26. 1994. at 5:30
p.m., E.D.T.
There being no further business and upon
motion by Commissioner Hammond, second by
Commissioner Traylor and unanimous vote, the
meeting did then adjourn at 8:36 p.m., E.D.T.
Warren J. Yeager, Jr.
Chairman
Attest:
Benny C. Lister
BUDGET MEETING
JULY 2s. 1994
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met this date int budget session with the
following members present: Chairman Warren J.
Yeager, Jr.; Michae L. Hammond, and Billy E.
Traylor. Commissioners Nathan Peters. Jr. and
Jessie V. Armstrong were absent
Others present were: Chief Deputy Doug
SBirmingham; Deputy; Clerks Becky Norris and
Debbe Wlbberg. Planning and Billding Director
Don Butler, Building Inspector Richard Combe,
Sheriff'James Coats, Maintenance Manager Joe
Bearden, and Solid Waste Director Joe Danford.
The meeting, was called to order at 5:41
p.m., E;DT. .
Commissioner Michael L. Hammond opened
the meeting with prayer and Chairman Warren J.
Yeager, Jr. led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag..
911 SYSTEM
The board discussed.the annual service con-
tract with St Joseph Telecommunications, stating
that this had been Inadvertently left out of the 911
budget -request Commissioner Hammond mo-
tioned to include this in the General Fund budget
and reduce New Equipment in the County Road
and Bridge Fund by $33,000. Commissioner Tray-
lor seconded for discussion. The motion then
passed 3-0. Commissioner.Hammond then made a
motion to amend the previous motion to be
$35,894, the exact amount of the contract, and
with Commissioner Traylor's second, it passed 3-0.
TENTATIVE COUNTY-WIDE VILLAGE RATE ,
Commissioner Hammond motioned to ap-
prove the tentatively proposed village rate of
7.988 mills. Commissioner Traylor seconded the
motion and it passed 3-0.
PUBLIC HEARING-MEETING DATE
Chairman Yeager. scheduled the first public
hearing for the 1994-95 Budget on Tuesday, Sep-
tember 13, 1994, at 5:01 p.m., E.D.T., in the
County Commissioners Meeting room. .
There being no further business, and upon
motion by Commissioner Hammond, second by
Commissioner Traylor. and unanimous vote, the
meeting did then adjourn at 5:51 p.m., E.D.T.
(Commissioner Peters arrived at 5:53 p.m.,
E.D.T.)
The Board went back into budget session.
MILLAOGIE RATES FIRE DISTRICTS
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Traylor. and unanimous
vote. the Board Lentatiely adopted the following
village rates for the Dependent Fire Districts:
St. Joseph Fire Control DIstrict 0.500. Tupe-
lo Fire Control District 0.500: Overstreet Fire Con-
trol District 0.500; Howard Creek Fire Control Dis-
trict 0.500.
There being no further business, and upon
motion by Commissioner Hammond. second by
Commissioner Peters, and unanimous vote, the
meeting did the' adjourn at 5:55 p.m., E.D.T.
o Warren J. Yeager, Jr.
"u Chairman
Attest: '.
Benny C Lister
BUDGET MEETING
AUGUST 1. 1994
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met this date in budget session with the
following members present: Chairman Warren J.
Yeager, Jr.;\ Commissioners Nathan Peters, Jr.,
Jessie V. Armstrong, Michael L Hammond, and
-' Billy E. Traylor.
W Others present were: Clerk Benny C. Lister,
Chief Deputy Clerk Douglas C; Birmingham, Dep-
uty Clerk Rebecca L. Norris, and County Adminis-
trator R. Larry Wells.
The meeting was called to order at 5:00
p.m., E.D.T.
Commissioner Michael L. Hammond opened
the meeting with prayer and Chairman Warren J.
Yeager, Jr. led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
TENTATIVE 1994-95 MILLAGE RATE .
Chairman Yeager discussed the need to have
the County-Wide.Millage Rate above 8 mills, stat-
ing that the County could loose certain State fund-
ing If it went below. Commissioner Peters mo-
tioned to Increase expenses In the General Fund
by $6,978, which would make the mllage rate
8.001. Commissioner Traylor seconded the mo-
tion. After discussion. Commissioner Traylor with-
drew his second. Commissioner Armstrong then
seconded Commissioner Peters motion. Discussion
continued about the stormwater drain-off damage
and the upcoming boat ramp project that had not
been budgeted for. The motion and the second
were then withdrawn.
FEMA FUNDS/1993 WINTER STORM
County Administrator Wells stated that the
final reimbursement of FEMA funds from the 1993
Winter Storm were received today In the amount of
$48,177. The Board discussed the use of these
funds. Clerk Lister stated that the funds would be
recorded as Revenue In this fiscal year and used
as cash carried forward and reserve for contingen-
cies in the 1994-95 budget
TENTATIVE 1994-98 MILLAGE RATE -
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Traylor and unanimous
vote, the Board tentatively approved the following
mlllage rates: -
General Fund '- 6:009: Fine and Forfeiture


FLOOD RELIEF WORKERS
Emergency Management reported to the
Board that there were 140 workers who assisted
the County during the recent flood. Chairman
Yeager stated that the Board would schedule a
date within the near future to hold a dinner on be-
half of all the workers who assisted the County
during the recent flood.
'EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES MEDI-
CAL DISPATCHING GRANT ,
: Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters, and unanimous
vote, the board approved the EMS Medical Dis-
patching Grant in the amount of $11,248.00.
E-911 SYSTEM 1ST LEASE PAYMENT
The Board issued a check from the 911 sys-
tem funds in the amount of $100.000.00 to St Jo-
seph Telecommunications for the first payment on
the lease agreement between Gulf County and St.
Joseph Telecommunications. It was noted that the
total cost for the 10 year lease would be
$500,000.00.
911 COMMITTEE SYSTEM TURN ON
DATE
Upon request by Emergency Management
Director Wells. Commissioner Peters motioned
that the turn on date for the 911 system would be


L. Hammond. Nathan Peters,,Jr., Billy E. Traylor,
and Jessie V. Armstrong.
Others present were: County Attorney Bar-
bara Sanders, Chief'Deputy Clerk Doug Birming-
ham, Deputy Clerk Debbe WIbberg. Administrator
R. Larry Wells, Planning/Building Director Don
Butler, Road Department Superintendent Bob
Lester, Solid Waste Director Joe, Danford, Emer-
gency Management Coordinator Marshall Nelson
and Sheriff James Coats.
The meeting was called to order at 6:01
p.m., EDT.
Administrator R. Larry Wells opened the
meeting with prayer and Chairman Warren J.
Yeager, Jr. led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag,
PUBLIC HEARING *- ORDINANCE 94-10 -
FLOOD DAMAGE PREVENTION
Pursuant to advertisement to hold a public
hearing for the first reading to consider the adop-
tion of an ordinance concerning flood damage pre-
,vention, the Board received no public comment It
was noted that the adoption of this ordinance
would be Tuesday, September 13, 1994 at 6:00
p.m., EDT. Ordinance 94-10 is on file in Clerk's
Office.
PUBLIC HEARING ORDINANCE 94-08 /
REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 93-18
Pursuant to advertisement to hold a public
hearing to consider the adoption of an ordinance
repealing ordinance 93-16. the Board received no
comments from the public. Upon motion by Com-
missioner Traylor, second by Commissioner Ham-
mond, and unanimous vote, the Board adopted
Ordinance 94-08 repealing Gulf County Ordinance
93-16.
Ordinance 94-08
An Ordinance amending the Comprehensive
Plan of Gulf County, Florida, by and through
amendment of land development regulations of Gulf
County, Florida, pursuant to the authority under
Florida Statutes Section, 163.3187; speclflcally
changing the land use of that area located south of
Howard's Creek running along MIxson Road (ap-
proximately seven acres) in GulfCounty, Florida,
from residential to agriculture in the area included
in the legal description; providing for a copy on file
and providuag an effective date ald repealing Gulf
County Ordinramce 93 16.
[Copy of ordinance on file In Clerk's office,)
PUBLIC HEARINO-ORDINANCE 94-09-
AMENDING GULF COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN
Pursuant'to advertisement to,hold a public
hearing to consider the adoption of an ordinance
amending Gulf County's Comprehensive Plan, the
Board received no comments by the public. Upon
motion by Commissioner Traylor, second by Con-
missioner Armstrong. and unanimous vote, the
Board adopted ordinance 94-09 amending Gulf
County s Comprehensive Plan.
Ordinance 94-09
S'An emergency ordinance amending the Com-
prehensive Plan of Gulf County, Florida, dated July
10, 1990, which controls future land use, guides
public facilities and protects natural resources pur-
suant of the local government comprehensive plan-
rbnig and land development regulation act (Chapter
163, Part 9, Florida Statutes); providing for addi-
tions to the test of the land use element, providing
for a copy on file. providingfor a title. providing for
oatiloabltUly. protdlEngfor an effective date and pro.
vidbig jor severabt.uy.
ICopy of ordinance on file in Clerk s office.I

CONSENT AGENDA
Commissioner Hammond motioned to ap-
prove the consent agenda.' except for the billings
for Life Management Center (Baker Actl Commis-
sioner 'Peters seconded the motion. The motion
passed 3 2 (Chairman Yeager and Commissioner
Traylor opposed
CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS APPROVED: A.
Minutes July 26. 1994 Regular Meeting Au-
gust 2. 1994 Special Mereting. August 9. 1994 -
Regular Meeting: August 11. 1994 Special Meet-
Ing, B. Travel Request a. Emergency Manage-
ment Director attend conference In Kissimmee. Oc-
Lober 24-28. 1994.
ATTORNEY ROBERT M. MOORE PRES-
ENTATION OF BIBLE
Attorney Robert M; Moore presented the
Board with an engraved leather Bible to be used
for swearing In witnesses for court. The Board
thanked Mr. Moore for his donation.
INVOICE S.M. MARLEY AND ASSO-
CIATES. INC. (VICTORIA AVE. BRIDGE)
Upon motion by Comm. Hammond, second
by Comm. Traylor, and unanimous vote, the Board
agreed to pay an invoice In the amount of $500.00
from S.M. Marley and Associates for surveying ser-
vices for he Victoria Avenuet Bridge in Highland
View. It was noted that payment'would be made
from the Secondary Road and Bridge fund.
INVOICE PROPERTY APPRAISER MAIL-
ING OF TRIM NOTICES
U Upon- motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Traylor, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved payment of$2,718.71 to
the Property Appraiser for postage used to mail the
Proposed Property Tax'Notices (TRIM):
PRIVATE INDUSTRY COUNCIL JTPA
WORK CREW BEACH PERMIT
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor. sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond. and unanimous
vote. the Board agreed to grani a special beach
driving penr.it through February.. 1995. to the
JTPA work crew for the beach debris removal on
county beaches
HIGHLAND VIEW WATER BOARD MEET-
ING
Chairman Yeager called a meeting of the
Highland View Water Board, Tuesday, September
13, 1994 at 4:55 pm. EDT.
INSURANCE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDA-
TIONS
Workmen's Compensation Costin Ins. -
$73.243.00; Bldg. & Contents Gaskldn & Graddy -
$6,058.01; Gen. LAab. (Alt. 2) Costin Ins. -
$28,750.00; Automobile Costin Ins. $44,147.00
Mobile FLs League of Cities $3,192.00; FL Law
Enforcement Death Benefit Hunt Ins. $645.00;.
Blanket Accident/Vol. Hunt Ins. $2.869.00;
Public Officials E&O Risk Management -
$5,357.00; Public Employees Bond/Tax Collector
FL League of Cities $79.00; Money & Sec.
Bond/Tax Collector FL League of Cities -
$114.00; PublicEmployees bond/Clerk -FL League
of Cities $252.00; Money & Sec. Bond/Clerk FL
League of Cities $260.00; Water System Bond -
FL League of .Clties- $291.00 ,
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved the recommendations of
the Insurance- Committee for the 1994-95 county
insurance program.
RESOLUTION NO. 94-31 REINSTATING
PRAYER IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
IUpon motion by Commissioner Traylor,
second by Commissioner Peters, and Unanimous
vote, the Board adopted the following resolution
requesting that prayer be returned to the public
schools The Board requested that a letter and a
copy of the resolution be sent to each county com-
mission In the state of Florida requesting their
support for'thismovement. Resolution No. 94-31
Is on file in clerk's office. Passed and adopted this
23rd day of August, 1994. '
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL PLAN
Upon motion' by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond, and unanimous
vote, the, Board approved an ,agreement between
Gulf County and the Department of Community
Affairs In the amount of $3,651.00. It was noted
the funds would remain In Gulf County. instead of
contracting with the Apalachee Regional Planning
Council, to update the hazardous materials plan
for the county.
INVOICE MEDICAL EXA ERR SERVIC-
ES (J. MOORE)
Upon discussion by Administrator Wells.,
Comdmissioner-Peters motioned to pay an Invoice
from the.District One Office of the Medical Exam-
iner In the amount of $850.00 for an autopsy per-
formed on James Moore (AME-94-96-GF), contin-
gent upon that the location of death occurred
within Gulf County. Commissioner Armstrong sec-
onded the motion. After discussion, the motion
passed 3 -2 (Commissioners Hammond and Tray-
lor opposed). Commissioner Hammond stated that
he opposed because past autopsy bills have never
charged for additional services (l:e. secretarial, as-
sistant to the Medical Examiner).
CONTRACT COUNTY ATTORNEY BARBA-
RA SANDERS
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond, a snd'unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to enter into a contract with
Barbara Sanders for the position of county attor-
ney until September, 1995 with an annual retainer
of $10,560.00
FEMA REPORT EMERGENCY BIDS
Emergency Management Director Wells dis-
* cussed the damage 'report from FEMA noting that
the damage on public property, to date, is. over
$660,000.00. Upon request by Emergency Man-
agement Director Wells. Commissioner Traylor mo-
tioned that Mr. Wells trecelve emergency bids on
survey work including the elevation work on Saul's
Creek Road, with Preble-Rish providing the engi-
'neering services, plans, specs on Saul's Creek
Road and other roads and to advertise for bids for
fill material, surveying, and the repair work on
Saul's Creek Road along with any other roads
damaged "during the flood. Commissioner Peters
seconded the motion and the motion passed unan-


and that he would contact Mr. Duren.
WATER SYSTEM REPORT
Commissioner Hammond requested that
Planning/Bullding Don Butler, Building Inspector
Richard Combs. County Engineer Ralph Rish and
Administrator Larry Wells compile an in depth re-
port on the water systems. He stated that the re-
port should focus on the infrastructure needs, es-
pecially in Highland View and St Joe Beach area.
storage tank. extra fire hydrants, replacing lines,
and pressure problems. He requested that they re-
port back to the Board within (1) one month.
WHITE CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT / BUD-
GET AMENDMENT
Commissioner Hammond motioned to
amend the St Joe Fire Control District Budget by
reducing Reserve for.Contingencies $500.00 and
increasing Repair and Maintenance'- White City
Fire Department $500.00 to be used for expenses
through the end of the fiscal year. Commissioner
Peters seconded the motion and the motion passed
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November 1, 1994 at 10:00 a.m., EST. Commis-
sioner Traylor seconded the motion and the mo-
tion passed unanimously.
AWARDED BID #9394-23 VOICE LOG-
GING RECORDERS
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, see-
onded by Commissioner Hammond, and unani-
mous vote, the Board awarded bid #9394-23 for (2)
two voice logging recorders for the 911 system, to
Communication Systems, Inc. in the amount of
$42,198,00.
911 STREET NAMING COMMITTEE REC-
OMMENDATIONS.
Upon recommendation by the 911 Street
naming Committee, Commissioner Hammond mo-
tioned to accept the recommendations of the 911
Street naming Committee. Commissioner Traylor
seconded the motion for discussion. Commissioner
Hammond stated that he was opposed due to the
problems the renaming created for the Sheriffs
Department and the Emergency Medical Services.
After discussion the motion passed 4 1 (Commis-
sioner Hammond opposed).
St. Joe Beach Sea Street changed to Nava-
rez Street
Highland View -7th Street changed to Red
Fish Street; 8th Street changed to Sailfish Street;
N.W. 8th Street changed to Scamp Street
Overstreet -No Name #2 (Map 13C) changed
to Eagle Street; No Name #6 (Map 14C) changed to
Kelley Drive; No Name #5 (Map 14C) changed to
Big Bend Drive; No Name #3 (Map 14A) changed to
Post Office Lane; No Name #3 (Map 13C) changed
to Auxiliary Lane; N. Long changed to Fire House
Road; Old Highway 386 changed to.Floating Bridge
Road;Plne Street changed to Chapel Lane
LAWSUIT WILLIAMS VS. GULF COUNTY
County Attorney Barbara Sanders stated
that the attorneys representing the Sheriffs De-.
partment regarding the lawsuit filed by E. Earl Wil-
hams would meet, Thursday, September 1, 1994.
She stated unless the Board requested, it would
not be necessary for her to attend the meeting. The
Board, stated that it was not necessary for Ms.
Sanders to attend the meeting but tokeep in con-
tact with the attorneys
SOLID WASTE
Solid Waste Director Joe Danford discussed
a letter to J. McNulty of the Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection requesting that Gulf County
be placed on the list of counties qualifying for a re-
duction in FDEP and FWMD permit fees.
SOLID WASTE DIRECTOR ATTEND CON-
FERENCE
Upon request by Solid Waste Director Dan-
ford, Commissioner Hammond motioned that Mr.
Danford and two (2 ) employees be allowed to at-
tend a Hazardous Waste Management Course in
FL WalLon Beach. September 21. 1994. Coommis-
stoner Peters seconded the motion and the motion
passed unailmoisly.
COUNTY ENGINEER SAUL'S CREEK
Upon request by County Engineer Ralph
Rish. Commissioner Hammond motioned to au-
thorize Administrator Wells to ,accept the low bid
for surveying services on Saul's Creek Road in or-
der that the project can begin as soon as possible.
Commissioner Armstrong seconded the motion
and.the motion passed unanimously.
1994 ROAD PAVING PROGRAM
The Board discussed the. closing of the 1994
road paving contract. It was determined that the
contract would remain open to allow each commis-
sioner to review their districts.
ROAD DEPARTMENT INVENTORY SELL
1986 FORD TRACTOR
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
onded by Commissioner Hammond, and unani-
mous vote, the Board agreed to sell a 1986 Ford
Tractor from the Road Department's inventory.
ROAD DEPARTMENT LABORER POS1-
TION ,
Upon recommendation by Road Department
Superintendent Bob Lester, Commissioner Traylor
motioned to hire Charles Mack Hill for the laborer
position at the Road Department. The motion died
for lack of a second.
After recommendation, Commissioner Peters
motioned to re-run the advertisement for two (2)
weeks for the two (2) laborer, positions at the Gulf
County Road Department Commissioner Arm-
strong seconded the motion and the motion
passed unanimously. Commissioner Peters stated
that this would give previous employees who had
been laid off by the County, an opportunity to re-
apply for a position with the county.
911 SYSTEM -
Emergency Management Coordinator Nelson
discussed the progress of the 911 system. He stat-
ed that there had been a few delays due to the re-
cent flood but overall everything was progressing
as scheduled.
SHIP PROGRAM
Upon recommendation by SHIP Administra-
tor Williams. Commissioner Peters motioned to ad-
veruse that the drawing for the SHIP funds would
be held on Wednesday, September 14, 1994 and
that the selection for' loans and grants would be
done in lottery form county-wide. Commissioner
Traylor seconded the motion and the motion
passed unanimously.
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Traylor. ard unanimous
vote, the Board approved downpaymrent assistance
,. from the SHIP Program fnds, not to exceed
$12.000 00. for Barbara .M. lbourne ...u
PLANNING AND REVIEW COMMITTEE
Planning/Building Director Don Butler pre-
sented the recommendation of the Planning Board
to grant variances on the 30 ft. setback that is re-
quired for property on Highway 98, since DEP has
placed a limitation on the proximity to the mean.
high water line. Commissioner Hammond request-
ed additional time to review the request and to dis-
cuss it later in the meeting
WILLIAMSBURG-METHODIST HILL WA-
TER SYSTEM MEETING
Planning/Building Director Butler stated
that he had scheduled a meeting with Mayor Dick-
ens of Wewahltchka to discuss the transition of
the Wllilamsburg-Methodist? Hill Water System
from the City' of. Wewahitchka back to the Gulf
County Board of County Commissioners.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS -
ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING
Planning/Building Director Butler stated
thai a Joint motion had been'filed 'to abate the ad-
ministrauve hearing for 30 days between DCA and
Gull County regarding the Gulf County Compre-
hensive Plan. ,
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PRO-
TECTION EMERGENCY PERMITS FOR COAST-
AL RESIDENTS :
Planning/Building Director Butler stated
that the Department of Environmental Protection
Agency had granted permissionfor Gulf County to
issue emergency permits to coastal residents to re-
plenish 'the sand, around structures, that was
washed away due' to the erosion caused by Tropi-
cal Storms Alberto and Beryl. He stated' that the
permits can be obtained from the Gulf County
Planning/Building Department.
BEACH ACCESS GRANTS
Planning/Bulding Director Butler stated the
county is eligible for beach access grants for the
Stumphole Property and the Tucker Pi-operty. in
the amount of $52,226.00 for the 1995-96 fiscal
year. He noted that these were matching grants
and that $17,000.00 in match funds would be
needed. Chairman Yeager stated that the match
funds would not be a problem and he thanked Mr.
Butler for his work In obtaining these grants.
The meeting recessed at 6:53 p.m.,EDT..
The meeting reconvened at 7:25 p.m.. EDT..
OLD GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE ELE-
VATOR
Commissioner Traylor inquired about the
status of the elevator at the Old Gulf County
Courthouse. Planning/Building Director Butler
dtiscussed the necessarymprocedures that were
needed to. be done between the Maintenance De-
partment and National Elevator Company to com-
plete the project.
OVERSTREET BOAT RAMP
County Engineer Rish stated that he.had not
received a letter from the Department of Transpor-
tation regarding the Overstreet Boat Ramp Project.
OVERSTREET FIRE DEPARTMENT -
LIGHT INSTALLATION
Upon motiion by Commissioner iTraylor, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to Install (2) two lights at
the Overstreet Fire Department. It was noted that
payment for the lights would be paid from the
Road Department's budget
WASHINGTON RECREATION CENTER -
GAZEBO
Commissioner Peters stated that the gaze-
bo had been completed at the Washington Recrea-
tion Center and that the public was very apprecia-

SAVINGS BOND PLAN
Commissioner Peters discussed initiating a
savings bond plan and that he should have all the
necessary details by the next regular meeting.'
DITCH AMERICUS AVENUE
Commissioner Hammond requested that
the Mosquito Control Department work on the re-
moval of the vegetation In the ditch located on
Americus Avenue, in St. Joe Beach, to control the
water overflow.
GULF AZRE ROAD ACCEPTANCE -
WORKSHOP
Commissioner Hammond requested that the
Chairman meet with Ike Duren of Gulfaire to final-
ize the road acceptance of Gulf Aire Subdivision.
Chairman Yeager had no objection to this request


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1994 PAGE 3B


Headed for Haiti?


Why Not Cuba!!

Both Nations are Basket Cases
Perhaps there are a lot of Americans (like this old one) who were
wishing your baby-faced young president would not have turned our in-
vasion forces around as they were headed for Haiti, but-instead-let
them continue on to Cuba.
Frankly, Cuba poses more of a threat to our national security than
Haiti, although both are economic and moral. basket cases which are our
responsibility only because we are a Christian nation in a leadership role
in the world which should help our fellow man, especially when they are
close neighbors.
A redirection instead of a turnaround wouldn't have been kosher, of
course, Cuba, like Haiti, poses no military threat to the United States
and thus neither deserves to be invaded with the inevitable loss of the
lives of some of our young men and women.
It would, however, have pleased some of us old reporters who re-
member Fidel Castro being toasted as a hero by the liberals of the U.S.
(on Ed Sullivan's show, no less) and then showing his true colors by em-
bracing communism. ,
Fact is, the U.S. embargo of Cuba and Haiti is working. It is puzzling
as to why an invasion of either was even being 'considered. One thought
is that Clinton is so desperate to save his faltering administration's dwin-
dling standing with the public that he risks an invasion 'to gain that often
short-lived support that usually comes when U.S. forces are ,committed
anywhere in thie world. ,',,
; Uncle Clem Rednek up here in G'ldsden County and I reject that
theory. No U.S. president in our history has sunk that low. More likely,
the sleeper-and-real reason Clinton seemed so hell-bent to invade Haiti is
that he really feels democracy can be force-fed to third world countries
no matter what the history books say. .
A year ago the same military leaders in Haiti accused of those awful
rapes and murders of their own people signed an agreement to get out
and allqw President Jeain Aristide to return to his elected ofce. They
didn't. This time they get amnesty from their crimes, but don't even have
to leave the country if they allow AristLde to return to take up the reins of
government again. '
A tip-off of Clinton's intentions could be ithe fact that-although his
invasion plan was bitterly opposed by most Republicans and Demo-
crats-the Congressional Black Caucus favored it strongly. A pertinent
note also is that Cuban immigrants to the U.S. normally become Republi-
cans. Haitian immigrants normally become Democrats.
The costs in building democracy and a better standard of living in
Haiti hasn't really sunk in to the U.S. taxpayer. Early estimates are costs
will hit $5,50 million the first year alone and continue into the 21st cen-
tury. U.S. aid workers landed with the troops. The Clinton administra-
tion has made plans to feed as many as two million of Haiti's 6.6 million
people for a year,or so,' according to news reports. No telling how many
other expensive goodies Clinton and the Black Caucus are planning to
spread their "democracies of compassion" around the world.
Where is the money to come from? Me and Clem figure it'll be taken
out of the defense budget (we won the cold war) and working class enti-
tlements like Medicare and social security that government officials are
carping so much about these days. It won't hurt us oldtimers because
we're depression babies and they can't legally cut us out retroactively
from some of Franklin Roosevelt's programs that we paid into during our
working lives. But pity the post-war baby boomers and their grandchil-
dren who make up most of the work force now. Me and Clem do, for they
are our kids and grandchildren. .
Make no mistake about it. me and Uncle Clem are doffing our hats to
President Bill Clinton, former President Jimmy Carter, retired Gen. Colin
Powell, and Georgia Sen. Sam Nunn for negotiating the peaceful occupa-
tion of Haiti. "They done good," Clem said. "We're just going to have to
wait and see iffen this here 'democracy of compashun' works. We should
know better, but we Amerlkins always shoot for the moon."
Me and Clem have been trying not to criticize so vehemently the'little
klfift dodger 'Tho said he was too smart- to-serve in the, Vietnam.-War,-
hoping that like'.a lot of our U. S. presidents of the past he will mature
and grow into the job. After all, he is our president and, at least until the
next election, we're stuckwith him...and he with us. Maybe Clinton is as
smart as he says he is?, Me and Clem don't claim to be no "pointed-
haided" Rhodes scholars.


News Round-Up
Thirty-one Florida sheriffs-the largest number ever-endorsed GOP
candidate Jeb Bush for governor last week in an attempt to portray Dem-
ocratic Gov. Lawton Chiles as soft on crime.
'Chiles countered with a recent endorsement of his own, the State
Fraternal Order of Police. and said. "When I became governor, prisoners
were serving 32 percent of their time. Now they're going to be serving 75
percent of their time." .
But Columbia County Sheriff Tom Tramel. immediate past president
of .the Florida Sheriffs Association, said Chiles didn't get interested in
fighting crime until election year. .. :. '
"It took the unfortunate deaths of nine tourists to raise the. govern-
or's awareness of the problem when 1,238 of your own Florida residents
are being murdered every year. His answer to prison overcrowding was to
release more criminals," Tramel said.
Manatee County Sheriff Charlie Wells, this year's association presi-
dent. said: "People deserve more than political rhetoric regarding prisons



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and crime.'
Florida's crime rate ranks No. 1 in the nation, although violent
crimes of murder, robberies and aggravated assault are declining slight-
ly, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
"BUSH, NO CASINOS" says polls taken September 16-19 for six of
Florida's biggest daily newspapers of 2,000 registered voters scattered
about the state. Miami developer Jeb Bush led with 47 percent to Gov.
Lawton Chiles' 42 percent. Both said the poll was only a momentary
glimpse, of the standings that could change, but it is the first survey
showing Bush, 41, ahead of Chiles. 64. Crime and punishment were the
key issues, according to pollsters. Casino gambling was not nearly as
close with 59 percent of those polls saying they would not vote for cast-
nos being proposed in a constitutional amendment, 36 in favor, arid 5
percent undecided.
TAX GOLFERS: The Florida Game and Freshwater Fish Commission
has come up with a new target in its ancient search for a tax pigeon that
would do any self-respecting Taxahassee bureaucrat proud for its sheer
originality-a 25c fee on every round of golf that is played on all private
or public courses In Florida.
The golf pigeon idea was included in the report that called for elimi-
nating free hunting and fishing licenses for Florida residents over 65. Un-
der the new proposal, it would cost senior citizens $4 for an annual
hunting, freshwater or saltwater fishing license, or a $10 combination fee
for all three.
FARMER SMITH: Secretary of State Jim Smith, saying he'd rather
attend a cow sale instead of a ballet, accepted the Republican party's in-
vitation to run for Florida Agriculture Commissioner against Democrat
incumbent Bob Crawford, who lost a lawsuit to keep him out of the race.
A circuit judge ruled Smith could legally accept the nomination be-
cause the election laws say only that a candidate can't run for two state-
wide offices at the same time.


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Nominees
Named For
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Larry Mathes, principal of
Wewahitchka announced that
two Wewahitchka High School
seniors--Kelli Jones and Casey
Kelley-have been nominated for
the Wendy's High School Hels-
man Award and could win a
$5,000 award for their school.
The Wendy's High School
Helsman Award is sponsored by
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gers restaurants and the Down
town Athletic Club in association
-with the National Association of
-Secondary School Principals.
,Competition is open to all high
school seniors, male and female,
who participate in any of the 31
sports ofciqry sanctioned by the
National Federation of State High
School Associations. .,
"For years young men have
dreamed of winning the Heisman
Memorial Trophy. the most ad-
mired individual recognition
Genealogical

Society Meet
The Genealogical Society of
Bay County will hold its regular
monthly meeting Saturday, Octo-
ber 1, at 1:00 p.m. in the Meeting
Room of the Downtown Library,
25 West Government.
Anyone who has, an interest
in Genealogy may Join us, wheth-
er or not you are a member of our
'Society, or whether or :not you
live in Bay County.


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one female student athlete into
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Regional Award Winners.


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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
REV. BILL WHITE, PASTOR
2420 Long Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
904-229-6886
Port St. Joe's "Port of Victory"
Sunday School.........................................10 a.m.
Morning Worship ........................... 11 a.m.
Sunday Evening ............................................ 6 p.m .
Wednesday Evening .....................................7 p.m.



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



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

Sunday School 10a.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Evening Worship.... 6p.m..
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


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


Worship:
11 a.m. Sunday
Nursery


Minister: Tom Skipper. *229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue
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We Want You To Be
7y Part of the Friendly Place
BIBLE STUDY............. .... ... .....9:45 a.m. EVENING WORSHIP ........... 7:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIP ................11-00 a.m. WEDNESDAY 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH TRAINING ................... 5:45 p.m. '
Long Avenue Baptist Church
1601 Long Avenue


CHRIS CRIBBS
Interim Pastor


MARK JONES
Minister of Music


Full Gospel Fellowship,
PETE WANCHIK, PASTOR
Office: 227-2033 103 Garrison Avenue Home: 229-9033
Sunday.......... ........................................ 10:00 a.m .
Tuesday Home Fellowship........................... 7:30 p.m.
Thursday Bible Study ..........................7:00 p.m./



'^ I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

J CHURCH
S -- 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756.
SUNDAY WORSHIP............................. 10 a.m.
VL.V ADULT SCHOOL................................ 11 a.m.
f S N *SUNDAYSCHOOL Young Children
Nursery Available
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor



first United Metfodist Church
111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Morning Church....................9:00 a.m. CT
Church School............... 10:00 a.m. CT
SNursery Provided

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


People living in the 90's can find the
answers to life's questions only in God's
ageless book. Come study with us.





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


First Baptist To Present

Dramatization for Youth


First Baptist Church of Port
St Joe will be presenting .a dra-
matization... "Judgement House"
as an alternative to Halloween
and the notorious "Haunted
House." Guides will lead you
through a 30 minute experience
that you will never forget. Reser-
vations must be made in ad-
vance. This can be done by call-
ing 904/227-1552.' There is no
charge. Dates and times are as
follows: October 29, Saturday
5:30-11:00 p.m.; October 30,
Sunday 5:00-10:00 p.m.; October

St. James' First
Women's Meeting
The Women of St. James
Episcopal Church held their first
meeting in the new church, Par-
ish Hall, on Twenty-second Street
and Marvin Avenue at 7:00 p.m.,
Monday, September 26. Betty-
Pitts, President, presided and Fa-
ther Jerry Huft opened the meet-
ing with prayer.
Frankie Taylor, Bazaar Chair-
man, made a special note of vari-
ous projects and plans for the an-
nual bazaar to be held on
Saturday, October 29. These in-
cluded various crafts, bake sales,
sidewalk cafe and Christmas
items.
Other officer and committee
reports included altar work and
the monetary fund for Wilmet
Hall, the Episcopal home for chil-
dren in Mobile.
Diana Sealy, who as Junior"
Warden, is responsible for care of
the church building and grounds
made a special report on plans
for janitorial care.
Betty Pitts, Mary Daughtery,
Sara Fite and Alice Kunel, the
present President, Vice-president,
Secretary and Treasurer were,
unanimously elected for another
year.
Eighteen members and Fa-
ther Huft were present.
The next meeting will be
Monday, November 7, in the Par-
ish Hall at 7:00 p.m.

Benefit Held
For St. Jude's
An annual event in Port St.
Joe is the St. Jude Bike-a-thon, a,
charity ride to support the Chil-
dren's Cancer Research Hospital
located In Memphis. Tennessee.
Founded by the late Danny
Thomas, this non sectarian hos-
pital has offered life saving possi-
bilities to children all over the
United States. The care Is abso-
lutely Tree to. families who might
otherwise be refused due to inab-
lity to pay the high costs of exper-
imental and new treatments to
arrest diseases like Leukemia
Keep reading The Star for the
time, date, and other details
about this upcoming event or
contact Sherrie Bowen, Chairper-
son, for more information.

Card of Thanks
The family of Gary Cox would
like to thank those of you who
sent flowers and cards. Thank
you also for the many prayers
and special concern for him dur-
ing his recent automobile acci-
dent and his stay at Gulf Coast
Hospital.
He is ndw in a Rehabilitation
Hospital in Tallahassee. Those
wishing to send cards can do so
to Health South Rehabilitation
Hospital, 1675 Riggins Rd., Talla-
hassee, FL 32308. He is in room
112 B. Again, we would like to
thank all of the caring people.
The Gary Cox family


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vember 1, Tuesday 6:30-10:00
p.m.; November 2, Wednesday
6:30-10:00 p.m.
Please come and take part of
this life changing experience.

Youth Day At
Thompson.
Temple
The youth department of
Thompson Temple First Born
Church cordially invites everyone
to a musical extravaganza at 7:30
p.m., Saturday, October 1. The'
first half of the, program will be lo-
cal choirs singing and the second
half will be a concert by the group
"Vision" of Jacksonville. 'Vision"
features a native of Port St. Joe,
Ray Charles Bolden, Jr. Elder
Donald Nickson of Port St. Joe, a
dynamic man in the Lord, 'will be
the guest speaker Sunday morn-
ing beginning at 11:30 a.m.

St. James Holds
Annual Bazaar
The date has been set! Satur-
day, October 29, is the St James
Episcopal Church annual bazaar.
This is the first bazaar at the
new church home on Marvin Ave-
nue and Twenty-second Street.
The same popular sidewalk
cafe, bake sale and craft booths
will be featured. St. Jame's mem-
bers are appreciative of their
community and area friends' sup-
port in the past and look forward
to welcoming them at this special
event In October.

In.LoviZng* Memory of
Our'Beioved Mother
Mrs:. Virgie Mae rifey
April, 1939.-September24,1993.
One year ago, God called you
home to live with Him.. Not a. day,
nor a moment, goes by that we
don't think about you. If life is
good, ETERNAL LIFE is better, for
that's where JOY and PEACE go
on, and who by sorrow, would
detain a loved one from passing in
ETERNAL DAWN. We will always
cherish your love and the .
memories we have of you. The
pain and hurt will never go away,
because in our hearts, YOU WILL
FOREVER STAY! ,
S- Your Children..
Ethel. Mildred Ann. Barbara Jean,
Mathilda. Willie Jr., Vincent, Mevin and
Bea Renee


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


Pastor W.L. Remain


Phone 648-8144


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"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP"
E First Baptist Church
102 THIRD STREET* PORT ST. JOE
S. Sunday School 9:45 am
Worship 11:00am
Disciple Training 6:00 pm
'Evening Worship 7:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Meeting....7:00 pm
Gary Smnith Buddy Caswell
Pastor Minister of Music & Youth


THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

ST. JAMES' 800 22nd STREET PORT ST. JOE
+7:30.and 11:00a.m. (ET)
+ I .. Sunday School 9:45
+ ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (CQD )

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor



Constitution AndMaonument
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STHE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday-School .....:... 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship i........ 7:30 p.m.
Morning Worship.... 11:00 a.m. Choir Practice
Methodist Youth Wednesday ....... 7:30 p.m.
Fellowship........5:00 p.m.,
Rev. Zedoc Baxter Charlotte Henderson
PASTOR YOUTH/ CHOIR DIRECTOR


;,. YSt. Joe Assembly f qGod
309 6th StreetePort St. Joe
Sunday School .................. 10:00 am
Morning Worship Service........ 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Service..... ..... 6:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study......... 6:30 pm
Jeffery Scalf
Pastor
tr Com and9 Zceive qods Bfessings'


Special Guests.


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* Rohda Smith


Pro Baseball Pitcher Tim DaVis
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PLUS Games and Food

This night of praise, fellowship, games and food will be held at Long Avenue
Baptist Church and is for youth in grades 7-college.

So that those providing pizza will know how much food to provide, we ask that
all local churches call Long Avenue Baptist Church (229-8691) by Tuesday,
October 11 with a number of how many will be attending the lock-in.
ALL AREA YOUTH ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND.

Reservations are desired, but not mandatory


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL o THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1994









THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1994 PAGE 5B




School News


Events and Happenings From County Schools


Wewahitchka/A

Elementary

News...
By Linda Whitfield


If You Want to Send Patsy a
Card...
WES Media Specialist Patsy
Lister Is in the H. Lee Moffitt Can-
cer Institute In Tampa. If you
would like to send her a card,
here is her address: Mrs. Patsy
Lister, H. Lee, Moffitt Cancer Insti-
tute. 12902 Magnolia Drive. Tam-
pa, Florida, .33612-9497. She
would appreciate it.
Report Cards Go Out On Oc-
tober 3 (Monday)
It is hard to believe, but the
first report cards will go out on
Monday, -October 3. If you need a
conference" with your child's
teacher, please call the school at
639-2476 to schedule a time.
Your child's teacher will- be glad
to talk to you and offer some an-
swers for whatever problem you
have.
Our Sympathy Goes To Ash-
ley and Andrew Ward
Teachers and staff at WES
would like to offer their heartfelt
sympathy to elementary stu-
dents, Ashley and her little broth-
er, Andrew Ward. Their 29 year
old father passed away last Fri-
day after a very short battle with
cancer. The young widow. Mrs.
Cathertna Ward, was with her
husband when he died. We offer
our sincere sympathy to all the
family.
Student of the Week
Miss Tracy Bowers, first
grade teacher, chose Larry Price
as the Student of the Week. He is
the son of Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Yar-
brough and claims math as his
favorite subject. When he grows
up, he would like to be a school
bus driver. We know he must be
a brave little boy! He admires his
grandmother very much. His fa-
vorite television shbw is Sonic. If
he could travel anywhere he
would love to go to Disney World
In Orlando. Lhrtyrnalsog.likes- to, '
read and his favorite book is 'The
Foot Book" by Dr. Seuss. Larry
likes to play with his friends,


Students in K-5 through
twelfth grade enjoyed an open
house at both school sites this
past week. Refreshments were
provided by the teachers.
We failed to mention last
week the winner of our Christmas
card and wrap sale for three and
four year old kindergarten classes
was Jonathan Hammons with a
total of 29 orders.
Faith Christian School staff
and parents will be selling fish
dinners and baked goods at the
annual Arts & Crafts Festival this
Saturday, October 1 from 10:30
a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Dinners will
consist of fried mullet, baked
beans, slaw, tea and hush-
puppies.
Students in K-5 through
grade six have adopted mission-
aries for the 1994-95 school year.
Each class will study the different
countries in which the missionar-
ies minister arid the students will
carry on a correspondence with
them to find our more of their,
work, their problems, and their
needs. The students will remem-
ber these needs each morning
during their prayer time. A
Christmas box will be sent to
each missionary with the help of
the Beta Club. a senior high hon-
orary and service society at Faith
Christian. Also, during 1the
school's missionary emphasis
month the students will be earn-
ing money to send to their mis-
sionary.
, K-5 has chosen a missionary
from Germany and grade one is
learning about Bibletime Minis-
tries, a local ministry here in Gulf
and Bay Counties. Grade two will
Sbe corresponding with the Zooks
in Papua, New Guinea and grad
three will learn about the work of
the Campbells In Hong Kong. The
Stillers who are ministering to In-
dians in Arizona will be the mis-
sionaries for grade four and grade
five will be learning about the
Jbhnsons in Brazil. Grade six has
chosen the Parramore family in
Australia. Missionaries and stu-
dents should both benefit from
this learning and sharing experi-
ence.
Work on the new school
building is continuing. The ceil-


Chase and. Daniel. Larry said this
about himself, "I feel special and
important because of Mom and
Dad's love and support." He said,
"School is cool!" Good boy!
Healthy Was The Word
In our positive action self-
esteem program, 'healthy' was the
word of the week. In keeping with
this, the second grade was treat-
ed to a program presented by sev-
eral members of the North Florida
Medical Center. We appreciate
Dr. Susan Burgess, Dr. Myron
Schrock and Donna Brown com-
ing to the classroom and telling
the children why it is important
to keep their bodies healthy and
clean. They also gave the stu-
dents some handouts. Teacher
Alisa Walker, Judi Lister and
Doris Jean Whitten really appre-
ciate these health care profes-
sionals coming down to share
their expertise.
Upcoming Fund Raiser
Mr. Kelley would like to an-
nounce the beginning of a fund-
raising campaign at WES de-
signed to directly benefit our
classrooms. In conjunction with
WMBB-TV, our students will be
selling "Help Our Kids" coupon
checkbooks. These coupon book-
lets contain coupons valuing over
$500.00. Each checkbook is only
$10.001 Your child's classroom
receives the entire profit from
each book which amounts to
$7.00. These books go on sale
September 30 through October
14. The more books sold, the
more benefit to the classroom.
Here are a few of the Bay County
businesses who are featured: .Bay
'Street ..Dell,- 'Blimple. Buffalo i
Rock. Burger King, Champs
Sports Shop, Cost Cutters, Domi-
no's, Food World, Goody's Cloth-


Lion's Tae

NLews Column
faithi Christian School

ings have been completed and the
walls are being painted. Insula-
Lion has been blown in and doors
and windows are being set in
place. Over $5829.86 has been
collected toward the $10,000
matching fund goal for Septem-
ber.
October is aluminum can
month for Faith Christian School.


ing, Gulf World, Hardee's, Hungry
Howies, Little Caeser's, Locos
Restaurant, Movie Gallery, Pana-
ma City Toyota, Po'Folks, Pop-
eye's Chicken, Ruby .Tuesdays,
Subway, Wendy's and many,
many more. We would appreciate
your support.
Make a Difference Day Is
October 22
Would you like to spend this
day donating time to a good
cause in your community. All
participants are +eligible to be-,
come National Make A Difference
Day honorees and receive
$2,000.00 for a charitable cause
of their choice. If you would like
more information, please call the
WES and ask for Carol Kelley.
She will have the forms that you
need.


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Students of the Week
Congratulations to our Stu-
dents of the Weekl Terry Wil-
liams. Sacorian Yates, Brittany
Alford, Susan Elmer, Rob Dykes
and Susan Medina.
Report Cards
Report cards will be sent
home on Monday. October 3. If
you would like to schedule a par-
ent/leacher, conference,., please ;
call 227-1221..
School Pictures
Individual school pictures will
be taken on Wednesday. October
5. Smile and say cheese!
Faculty Talent Show
The fifth and sixth grade
teachers will present a talent
show on Thursday, October 6, to
all members of the Bulldog,Club.
Bulldog Club members are those
5th and 6th grade students who
have an "S" in conduct for the
first six weeks and no office refer-
rals.
School Advisory Council
The following parents were
elected to serve on the School Ad-
visory Council for the 1994-95
school year: Rocky Comforter.
Mark Ellmer. Minnie Likely, De-
nise Strickland, and Joanna
White.
The following parents were


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Our DeepestSympathy
For Greg Weston, husband of
first grade teacher Becky Weston
and for Steve Hattaway. we offer
our prayers: and support that all
will go well for both in your con-
valescence from burns received in
an accident.
Chapter I
IMrs. Howell's Chapter I stu-.
dents are involved in "A Class-
room Economy" whereby the stu-
dents have learned the value of
money-coins, currency and
checks-and then how to use the
medium of'exchange.
Each student has a personal
bank. Specific ways and activities


appointed by Mr. Lewter: Carl
Bailey, Charles Gathers, and
Tammy McGee.
Positive Action News
Our Positive Action word for
next week Is CREATIVE. Guide
your child's decision making. Be
creative. Make up a problem. Ex-
plain all sides of the situation.
Then, let your child try to sort out'
all the issues and come up with a
decision.
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Here are some "I See You" do-.
ing-somethi ng- positive messages:
Some of Mrs. Campbell's stu-
dents were reading books after
they finished eating lunch.
Carol Faison, Janie Adkison.
and Judy Griffin are always tak-
ing care of our students and
treating them with kindness.
The Week in Review
FROM A STUDENTS POINT OF VIEW


are created so that students may
earn money, i.e. certain class-
work, special assignments. good
behavior, completing assignments
and many other ways.
Sandra Brock and Margaret
Padgett have become involved by
finding and donating small items
to be sold in the store. Thank
you!
Student Council
The Student Council/
Yearbook Committee is working
hard to produce a school year-
book for the 1994-95 school year.
The Student Council received
positive feedback on their inquir-
ies from parents as to how many


At the beginning of the school
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rain we had a "rain day". In Penn-
sylvania. New York. and other
northern states they have "snow
days". Students at Port St. Joe
Elementary were sent home early
because the school was flooded.

The week of September 19
was quite rainy, but there were
no rain days. I think the kids
were hoping most for a rain day
so they could get out of school
early. Just as the school was al-
most rained out, the sun broke
through. Usually in Florida if you
don't get the weather you want,
you just have to wait ten minutes
and it will change. Over the sum-
mer in Port St. Joe, we haven't
been able to use that theory. We
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would buy: a yearbook if offered.
Now they are ready to send order
forms with all students so that
you can place your order for a'
HAWVK yearbook. The price is
$10.00 per copy.
Students!
Help design your yearbook
cover! You may submit your de-
signs to your teacher by Monday,
October 3. Draw your design on
an 8x10 plain white paper in pen-
cil or black Ink only...no coloring.
the words Highland View Elemen-
tary 94-95 should be included.
Yearbook Committees
Jenny Patterson. President;
Christy Jones. Vice-president:
Representative Stephanie Black-
mon and Keesha Linton are work-
Ing with Beverly Crocker taking
care of activities of Kindergarten-
ers. third graders and sixth grad-
ers.
Representatives Drew Tuten
and Shannon McDufne are work-
Ing with Paula Boone and are re-
sponsible for activities of first and.,
fifth graders.
%Erica Hernandez. Secretary
and Stephen Caddis. Treasurer:
Representatives Danielle Barnes
and Adam NLxon are working with
Linda Littleton on activities for
second and fourth graders.
Fifth and Sixth Grade News
Gall Blackman. School
Health Services Nurse, shared a
video with fifth graders-"Growing:
,Up On Broadway" with a ques-.
tion-answer session afterwards.
Sixth graders viewed "Becoming
Aware" followed by a discussion.
Hubert Six. School Health
Services Social Worker shared a
video with fifth grade boys, "The
Big Lie" and '"The Three R's: Re-
sponsibility, Self-respect, and Do-
ing What's Right" with sixth grade
boys.


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THE STAR PORT ST. .JO1 WT THURSDAY. SEPT. 29. 1994


I AUTOMOTIVE I FOR RENT I FOR RE, NT I


Wild Rose
Antiques
is having its l ;
GRAND OPENING
A fun, unintimidazing
collection of collectables as
well as rare and unusual
antiques. Nearly every
category is presented with
books, glass, pottery,
paintings, rugs, jewelry,
furniture, architectural
items, and much, much.
more.
HOURS: 10:30 5:30:
Wednesday- Sunday
7018 Hwy. 98
Beacon Hill, FL
Big pink house with greenhouse .
1 mile east of the time change.

904-647-3524
fie 9/29

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Public auction to be held at Bill's
Auto Repair, Hvwy. 98 and 4th St.,
"H.V. Port St. Joe, FL for:
1987 Dodge DI50 PU
ID#1B7FD1458HS473007
at 11:00 a.m on October 10th,
1994.


'86 17'7" Sling Shot bass boat. 2
depth finders, '91 Mercury 150 hp
XR4. Many extras. $7.000. Call 227-
1568 after 5 p.m. 4tc 9/22
STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE,
White City. anytime. 827-2902.
tfe 9/I


S '84 Cadillac. cream puff, I owner,
stereo, am/frm cassette, power, win-
dows, doors, loaded, $3,500. 229-
6879. 2tp 9/22
1979 Jeep Wagoneer, 4wd, great
mechanical shape. 60.000 original
miles, good tires, a steal at $1.999.
Call 227-2191 or 227-7200. Itc9/29
'84 Cad. Couple Deville, am/fm/
c. ass., pw, pb, at, p. trunk, ps, p.
. seats, auto dim, level ride, auto air/
heat, self seal tires, new exhaust, low
mileage on motor &' trans. 229-6879.
ltp 9/29

83 Crown Victoria, $325. Call
229-6490. ltc 9/29
1978 Chevy Silverado 20 p/u,
350, auto. ps, pb, dual tanks, mag
wheels, like new big tires, $900. 648-
4488. Itc 9/29
'88 Mazda 626LX 5 spd, power
sunroof, brakes, windows & steering,
Windows & steering, cruise control,
runs great. $3,200 obo. 647-3497 af-
ter 6 p.m. tfc 9/22
1983 Honda 650 Nighthawk,
12,000 miles, original owner, luggage
rack, helmets, needs ignition switch &
carb. kit. $700. 648-4488. ltc 9/29


1983 Ci rgLe Uin, excel-
lent runrni ti n, o 1 00. 648-
5306. tfe 9/22
1978 Toyota mini-motor home,
very good condition, $2,800 negotia-
ble. Call 229-6326. 4tp 9/8
1986 Mercury Grand Marquis,
full power, cloth interior, $3,200.
648-8990. tfe 9/1


CASH NOW BUYING
'Used Cars and Trucks. Local and
out-of-state vehicles. Two locations to
serve you. Mayhann Motor, Port St.
U'oe, 229-6584, Mayhann Used Cars,
Wewahitchka. 639-5810.


To Whom It May Concern: Roy at
ACE Hardware is too old for the task.


Unfurnished 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home
on Hwy. 98 on St. Joe dedicated
beach. Lg. fenced yard, garage. Room,
ch&a, $475.00 mo., year lease. Call
615-624-5731 or 904-231-5431.
tic 9/29
Apartment for rent on Mexico
Beach, ocean view, spacious, 2 bdrm.,
1 ba., washer/dryer hookup, cable.
water & garbage *pickup included.
$500 month. 648-5903. tfc 9/29
2 bdrm., 1 ba. furnished mobile
home, ch&a, washer.' Must see inside
to appreciate. $275 mo. $-175 security
deposit, 108 2nd St., HV. 647-3264.
tfc 9/29
One bedroom apartment,
$225.00 per month. Call George Dur-
en at 229-8398. tfc 9/22
12'x40' furnished trailer. Call
648-5306. tfc 9/22
2 bedroom furnished trailer in
Highland View. Deposit required. 227-
1260.. 3tp 9/22
One 2 bdrm. apartment, one 1
bdrm. apartment, reasonable. 'Call
647-3402. 3tc 9/15.
Mexico Beach, 400' off water, 2/
1.5 bath, all appliances, $450 month
and deposit. 647-3461. tfc 9/8
Beachfront, Beacon Hill, one
bdrm., 1 1/2 ba., furnished town-
house, $525 month. Call Parker Real-
ty at Mexico Beach, 648-5777.
tfc 9/1
Mobile home, 2 BR, 1 1/2 bath,
stove & ref. .furnished, screened
porch, carport, private lot. Adults, no
pets. $275 per month, water fur-
nished, $150 deposit 647-8772.
tfc 9/l1
Apartment for rent: Beach view,
2 BR, furnished, washer, dryer, wa-
ter, trash included. Mexico Beach.
Call after 9 p.m., 648-4112.
tfe 9/1

Nice, clean. 2 bdrm., I bath un-
furnished trailer, located on St. Joe
Beach. No pets. Call 647-5361.
tfe9/1


2 bedroom unfurnished trailer at
St. Joe Beach. 647-5327. tfc 9/1
The Phantry Hotel. Rooms Pri-
vate baths or dormitory style. Daily or
weekly rates. 302 Reid Ave. Port SLt.
Joe, 229-9000. tfc 9/1
Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tap-
per Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable
,housing for the elderly and the
handicapped.
Ceri. h &a, laundry facilities, en-
ergy efficient const., handicapped
equipped apts., available., Stove & re-
frig. film., fully carpeted, 1 bdrm.,
apts., on-site manager.
Equal Opportunity Housing
Complex. Rent is based on income.
This complex is funded by the
Farmers Home Administration and
managed by Advisors Realty.
Call 229-6353 for more informa-s
tion
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
tfcf9/1
PINE RIDGE APTS., (904) 227-
7451. Rents starting at $225.00 per
mo. Affordable Living for low to mid-
dle income families. Featuring 1, 2 &
3 bedroom apts. with cen. h&a, ener-
gy saving appliances,, patios & outside
storage. For' hearing impaired call
(904) 472-3952. Equal Housing Op-
portunity tfc 9/1
OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 and leave mes-
sage. tfc9/1
UNFURNISHED
Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & re-
frig., cen. h&a, screen porch, car-
port & laundry rm.
Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove
& refrig.. washer/dryer hook-up.
New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm, ch&a, dish-
washer & stome, fully carpeted. No
pets.
FURNISHED
Small 2 bdrm.'home, auto.' heat &
air, washei/dryer hook-up.
One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hook-up.
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
tfc 9/l1
Warehouses, small and large.
some with office, suitable for small
business, 229-6200. tfc 9/ 1


APARTMENT FOR RENT
2 bedroom, 1 bath, ch&a,
appliances, carpet, ceiling
fan, call Kefiney 227-7241
or Phil 227-2112.
tic 9/1

No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use rooms
right away. Rent machine. St. Joe
Furniture, 227-1251. thru 12/94


DOWNTOWN PORT ST. JOE
'DUPLEX
Central heat/air, 2 bdrm., 1
ba., stove, refrig, $325 month.,
plus utilities.
227-5443
One month deposit &
lease required.
tfc9/29





Cleaning Out Yard Sale, Satur-
day only at 130 Bay St., St. Joe
Beach. ..2tp 9/22
4 family yard sale Sat, 8-12,
11th St., H.V. (street before Carpet
Country). Baby clothes, curtains,
books, riixer, day bed, $100, car seat
$25, play pen $30. b&w TV $25, baby
c' crib $50, and much, much more.
** Rain cancels. Itc 9/29

Yard Sale: Saturday. 8:30 until.
803 Marvin Ave. Clothes,' curtains,
misc. My price or yours. No early
sales. Iltp 9/29.
Yard Sale: October 1. 8:00 1:00,
137 Barbara Dr., bunk beds w/
mattresses, $50. Super single wa-
terbed w/heater, $100. Call. 227-
3205. ltp 9/29
BARGAINS GALORE
FLEA MARKET
106 2nd Ave., Oak Grove, PSJ
HOURS: Tues. Sat. 8 a.m. 5 p.m.
Children & Baby items, New & used
MISC. ITEMS, Tools, crafts
furniture, etc.


Yard Sale: October 1. Saturday. 8
W yI EST. 479-A Gulf Aire Dr.. Gulf
Aire, St. Joe Beach. Hummel's avalla-
ble. I tp 9/29
Yard Sale: Hwy. 386 & 98, Mexi-
co Beach. Friday, Sept. 30"and Satur-
day, Oct. 1. 8 a.m. CDT until. Books.
pictures, yard furniture, utility trailer,
clothing, fabric, misc. Itc 9/29
Yard Sale: Sat.. Oct. 1. 8 a.m.
517 9th St. Baby Items. Including
Graco stroller. children's clothes -
boys & girls. Name brand toys and
household items.. ltp 9/29
Yard Sale, 806 Garrison Ave.,
7:00 a.m. 12:00. Cleaning out yard
sale, Sat., Oct. 1st. Everything you
want Itp 9/29
519 9th St., Yard Sale, Saturday,
9-12. Itc 9/29
Garage Sale: Baby items, stroller,
dishes, many, many more things.
Rain or shine, 108 Harbour St.
ltp 9/29

Yard Sale: St Joe Beach, Hwy..
98 and Bay St., Tools, tools, tools.
Clothes, toys and many, many more
things. Friday 8:00 -5:00. It 9/29




GARAGE SALE
prices on
Depression Glass*
Sports Cards Old Post
Cards Pocket Knives
Jewelry Japanese
Dolls

Collectibles Store
611 Hwy. 98 Highland View
4/10 miles west of new Port
St. Joe Bridge
Open 10.00 a.m. to 5-00 p.m.
Tuesday Saturday
Closed Sunday and Monday
2tp 0/22


TRADE adSEVIE


! Port St. Joe Lodge-No. 11
Gv, Reg. Stated Communication
I stand 3rd Thursday of each
: month, 8:00 p.m., Masonic Hall,
214 Reid Ave.
Jim Mannon, W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec.
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
Sunday 4:00 p.m. &
'Thurs., 8:00 p.m.
All meetings at First Baptist Church
of Port St. Joe, all times eastern

THE FASHION EXCHANGE
220 Reid Ave. .* Port St. Joe
227-3183
New & Used Clothing for the Entire
Family. Accessories and Misc. Tents.
Hours 10 .am. 6 p.m.
Closed Wed. & Sunday te9/s


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



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

Building Electrical
Residential Commercial
Insured Licensed
ROBERT L. HOLLAND
CONTRACTING
Lic. #RG0007685, ER 0013401
Day 647-8664 Eve. 648-4526
Mobile 227-5634 4, P9/15


FREE ESTIMATES


CERAMIC TILE WORK
Floors or walls.
New or remodel.
24 years experience.
Free estimates.
Pete, 229-9033 tr'9f/

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


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



AVon

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


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


C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work, dozer work, root
rake, front-end loader, lot clearing,
septic tanks, drain,flelds, fill dirt.
Rt, 2, Box AIC, Port St. Joe
Phone 229-6018


LIC # RF0051042
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
POP'rT. JOE. FbORIDA 904/22'


'-6821


Need Your Lawn Cut or other
Yard Work done? Call Mike or Chris
Mock, 229-6460. tfc 9/1

COUNSELING FOR CHILDREN,
ADOLESCENTS, AND ADULTS
Barbara K. Miner, LCSW, ACSW
License #SW0002721
518-A First St. Evenings & Sat. by Appt.
Port St. Joe, FL (904) 229-1018
tfc 8/4

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

We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade
Guns

Indian Swamp Campgr6und
Hwy. C-387, Howard Creek



Wauneta's Accounting
& Income Tax

Wauneta Brewer- St. Joe Beach
647-5043


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


Franklin
Building

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

(904) 227-1199

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


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



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










MOWING RAKING WEEDING
EDGING ETC.
C.JA.'S Lawn
Service
Serving Mexico Beach, St. Joe
Beach & Port St. Joe
'"I Will Work for YOUl"
Mexico Beach, FL *
(904) 648-8492
Lic. #5455 fc 9/1



BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers
Weed Eaters -
Chain Saws \
'* Generators
*pumps
a. Tillers
*., Go-Karts
229-2727
328 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe


AMERIWAY INSURANCE
of Port St. Joe 322 Long Ave.
Phone 1-904-229-1001
Auto Homeowner Boat *
Comm.
Free quote by phone or come by office..


CENTIPEDE SOD
Free Estimates for
Top Quality Sod
BARBEE SOD COMPANY

639-5904
tfc 9/1

JOHN F. LAW
LAWYER
1.904-265-4794
29 Years Experience
WORKER'S COMPENSATION
PERSONAL INJURY
NO RECOVERY-o*NO FEE
7229 Deerhaven Road, P.C. u,,/

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



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


PATRICK E. GRAY .i
Home: 229-9000
Truck 229-3418

CUSTOM PAINTING &
PRESSURE WASHING
Free Estimates
Sheetrock
SDecks Houses
Port4 Joe, F Carports & Driveways


Remodeling
Repairs
New Construction


W Weather Tight
T Construction

C Licensed & Insured
RR0060690
Kevin O'Neill, Owner 229-8635
tfc 9/1

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


Lawnmowers
Weedeaters k,
Tillers !
Chain saws
Generators l
i Pumps
Engine Sales


706 1st St.-St. Joe
227-2112
L _-_- _____ml


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


FOSTER TREE &

LAWN SERVICE
No Job Too Big ....
. Or Too Small *
FREE ESTIMATES *
Licensed & Insured 904/639-5368
Pa. thnu 12/


I Afr rA R


PIANO LESSONS. Mexico Beach.
All ages/levels. Experienced teacher,
classical. pop and gospel. S40/
month. 648-4592. 4tp 9/29
'.: Surfside Serenity Group, 1st
United Methodist Church. 22nd" St.,
Mexico Beach. Monday 7:30; Friday
7:30. All times central. 647-8054.


JEWELRY BY JACK
Settings 9 Repairs Cleaning
Soldering e Sizing Watch
Bands e Batteries
JEWELRY DESIGNED
FROM YOUR OLD GOLD
JACK WAYMIRE, Jeweler
Located in Long Dream Gallery
32 Ave.. D, Apalachicola
(904) 653-2249
nr nall Prirt St. Inp 227-2063


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1994 PAGE 7B


cellent grasp of spelling, punctuation
'and grammatical context Would be
responsible for typesetting news copy

rarity with type sizes and styles a defi-

FANTASTIC plus. Apply in person to
The Star, 308 Williams Ave., Port St
Joe.

L.P.N. positions. Apalachicola
Health Care Center Is recruiting LPN's
for the 11-7 and 7-3 shifts. Ony those
dedicated to providing excellent nurs-
ing care need to apply. In return for
dedicated employees, the facility will
provide a competitive salary and
fringe benefits which include an excel-
lent health insurance plan and a day
care center at very nominal cost to
the employee. Please contact Apalach-
icola Health Care Center, D.O.N.,
f (904) 653-8844, Apalachicola, Flori-
da. 2tc 9/29

d Water & sewer pipe foremen may
apply in person, no phone calls. Send
resume, to C & B Mechanical Contrac-
tors, Inc., Rtl 1, Box 402, Hwy. 71S,
.Blountstown, FL 32424. Pay DOE.
Itc 9/29

Tyree's Restaurant now hiring ex-
perienced night cook. Apply within.
Itc 9/29


Laborers for water & sewer line
work, apply in person, C & B Mechan-
ical Contractors, Inc., RLt 1, Box 402,
Hwy. 71S, Blountstown, FL 32424.
Itc9/29

Experienced pipe layers for water
&' sewer line, apply in person. C & B
Mechanical Contractors, Inc., Rt. 1;
Box 402, Hwy. 71S, Blountstown, FL
32424. Pay DOE. Itc 9/29

Experienced heavy equipment op-
erators. Apply in person, C & B Me-
chanical Contractors, Inc., RL 1, Box
402, Hwy. 71S, Blountstown, FL
32424. Pay DOE. Itc 9/29

Homemaker Position Open: Ap-
plications are now being accepted by
the Gulf Co. Senior Citizens Assoc.,
Inc. for the position of pdrt time
homemaker in the Wewahitchka'area.
This will involve light housekeeping,
errands, and shopping assistance for
the elderly. Applicants must possess
a high school degree, be 18 years of
age or older have own transportation,
and be able to work Monday 'Friday
.from 8-4 PM. Applicants can pick up
applications at the Wewahitchka Sen-'
Ior Citizens Center. Please call 229-
8466 for further information. Appli-
cants must be. received by October
S11th. Interviews will be held on Octo-
ber 13th in the Wewahitchka Center.
We are an equal opportunity employ-
er. 2tc 9/29

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 9/1
*** POSTAL JOBS***
$12.26/hr. to start, plus bene-
fits. Postal carriers, sorters, clerks,
maintenance. For an application and
exam information, call 1-219-736-
4715, ext. P2334. 9 am to 9.pm, 7
days. 3tp 9/15


B


Local investors wanted for relo-
cating manufacturing plant and relat-
ed enterprises to Gulf County.
Working partners. shares, or straight
loans possibly. 1-800-763-3474.
2tc 9/29

Wanted to buy: Laying hens, mal-
lard ducks, male peacocks. 229-6961.
2tc 9/22


North Florida Head Start is re-
cruiting a Health/Nutrition Coordina-
tor who is highly motivated and en-
thusiastic. This is a full-time position
and offers 12 months employment.
The major job functions which cover 5
counties (Calhoun, Gulf, Wakulla,
Liberty, and Madison) encompass the
responsibility of organizing, coordi-
nating, and executing all health/
nutrition programs for North Florida
Head Start. These responsibilities in-
clude a broad range of mental, medi-
cal, dental and nutrition services to
preschool children including handi-
capped children, to assist the child's
physical, mental, cognitive and social
development toward the overall goal
of social competence. Selected appli-
cants must submit to abuse. registry
background check, fingerprinting and
local law records check. -Require-
ments; training in nutrition with at
least 3 years experience with working
with families/young children's pro-
gram. Salary $22,000.00 a year, plus
benefits. .Submit application/resume
to North Florida Head Start, P. 0. Box
988, Wewahitchka, FL 32465, by Oc-
tober 9, 1994. E,O.E. 2t 9/29

Washington Improvement
(W.I.G.), Inc. in Port St. Joe, Florida Is
accepting applications for the position
of Executive Director. This full-time
administrative position requires- a
minimum of a high school diploma or
its equivalency or a BS/BA degree
from an accredited college or universi-
ty; 3 yrs. of professional experience in
community development, business
management, administration and su-
pervision, program planning /
development, or related area.
'Successful candidate must plan
and implement fund raising strate-
gies. develop and prepare budgets for
non-profit organization. Salary range
between $20,000 $30,000 commen-
surate with experience and education.
Inquiries for application forms, job de-
scription and qualifications may be
mailed to WJ.G., P. O. Box 754, Port
St. Joe, FL 32456. Closing date for
application is Oct. 14, 1994.
5tc 9/15

The Gulf County School Board is
announcing a job opening for a
School Psychologist. The position will
be for Port St. Joe area schools. Appli-
cations are available at the School
Board office. Gulf County School
Board is an equal opportunity em-
ployer. tfc9/15

Full time and part time weekends
and weekdays. Very strong' industrial
mechanical skills required. Call 904-
227-3554 after 9 p.m. or Larry, 227-
3587. tfc 9/1

RN's and LPN's day or night shift
available. Apply in person. Bay St. Jo-
seph Care Center. 220 9th St. Port
St. Joe. tfc 9/1


MOVING: Den furniture, couch-
es, upright ebony piano, computer &
printer table, dining tables, roll top
desk, baby stuff. 227-7304. 2tc 9/29

Two king size waterbeds, like
new, complete with bookcase head-
boards, heaters, rail pads, mattresses
and liners. Must sell, $150 each. 647-
8467. It 9/29

Aluminum storm door, 32"x80",
used but still good. Outside handle on
right side, $15. Used 32"x80" wooden
exterior door w/window, outside han-
dle on right has blinds; $20. Unused
30" door frame, $10. 648-5894.
Itc 9/29

New never used. Cozy Leisure-
Pedic electric adjustable bed (twin).
Easy rolling casters, also massage
unit, new $1,710. Will sell for $900.
More information call 229-6858 any-
time. 2tp 9/22

Baby Grand piano, antique,
sounds great, body needs some resto-
ration. $2,000 or best offer 229-9033
or 904-769-9620. 4tc 9/22

Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfc 9/1

Port St. Joe Western Auto now
honoring entire Panama City West-
ern Auto company store advertised
sale prices. 227-1105, 219 Reid
Ave. tfc 9/1

Mushroom compost, $14 yard.
Call 648-5165. 4tp 9/22

Den furniture, cocoa color, $250;
sofa table all wood walnut $125; ex-
cellent condition four 15" wide rims
for Ford Ranger $25 each. Call 227-
1234 after 5 p.m. Itc 9/29

Crafts make excellent gifts.
Christmas is coming soon so order
yours nowl Assorted types of crafts.
Can also do wedding flowers. Come
by 214 8th St., PSJ or call Beth at
229-6325. 4tp 9/8

Craftsman tools and Die Hard
batteries are available now at West-
ern Auto Store, 219 Reid Ave. 227-
1105. tfc9/1

Electrolux and all other vacu-
ums, repairs and sales, bags, any-
thing for any vacuum and any central
built-in vac's. Callaway Vacuum &
Sewing Machines, "Tyndall Parkway,
near Hwy. 22, Panama City, FL
32404. 763-7443 or 1-800-717-7253.
pd. thru 9/1/94

Attention Attention Atten-
tion: Lawn service & tractor work, B
& J Enterprise, reasonable rates. Call
827-2805 or 827-2876. 52tp 1/7

FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
Postage and envelope supplied.
Send request to Bible Study, P. O.
Box 758. Port St. Joe. FL 32456.
... ..p Srt St. Joe .Western atLo_ npw
honoring Panama City Western Auto
Co. store advertised tire sale prices.
Computerized WHEEL ALIGNMENT.
Sears Card now at. Port St. Joe West-
ern Auto. Discover TOO! 227-1105.
tfc 9/11

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


For sale by owner: Beautiful 2
story house in historic district of Apa-
lachicola. Needs restoration (livable
fixer), comer lot w/wrap, around
porches. Has bed & breakfast possi-
bilities. Great investment for $70,000.
904-653-2563. 4tc 9/29

St. Joe Beach Lots: 2 bedroom,
unfurnished mobile home, $29,500.
229-6133. 2tc 9/29

Nice corner parcel in Wewahitch-
ka, 200'x140'x119'. 105 Walnut Ave-
nue. For more information call 904-
265-8941. 2tc 9/22

FOR SALE OR TRADE: 44 acres
of beautiful North Georgia mountain
land on paved road, streams, 2 nice
mobile homes for living and caretaker
quarters. $3,500 per acre or will trade
forbeach home or condo..Call Evelyn
Bost at 404/719-0638. 5tp 9722


OPEN HOUSE

Saturday, October 1
10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.



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For Sale by Ownerl
Beautiful 2 story energy efficient house on 1 1/2' comer lot 1916 Forest
Park Ave. 2 story foyer. High ceilings throughout house. 3 Ig. bedrooms on
second floor. Master bedroom 16'8"x 17'6", Ig. spa tub, walk-in closet. 2 I/
2 ba. Den, vaulted lI1ing, coffered dining room, kitchen, breakfast nook,
family rm., 1g. utility rm., 3 car garage. Privacy fence, patio.
Call 229-6859.
4tp 9/22




HANNON REALTY, Inc.
221 Reid Ave. -Port St. Joe, FL
S HOMES-LOTS-LAND fo
Buyers'-Sellers-We Need Listings
Save Time-Get Results
(904) 227-1450
FRANK HANNON, Broker
State Certified ResidentialAfipraiser,#0001273
SALES ASSOCIATES


Frances Chason 229-8747


Rena Chafin 229-8093
Doris Strickland 229-8988


PORT ST. JOE
Cape Plantation: 3 bedroom, 2 ba. home. Large kitchen, Florida room & patio. Dbl.
car garage, all appliances, ceiling fans, drapes & blinds. Golf course across the
street & airport at back of property. Nice level lot 110'x250', $96,500.
1207 Palm Blvd. 3 bedroom, 2 ba. Spacious and lovely inside with fireplace. Partial-
ly furnished, including Self-cleaning stove, ice maker refrigerator, Washer and
dryer-$70.000
121 Hunter Circle: 3 bedroom, 1 bath masonry, central h/a & outside storage, car-
pet and deck- $52,400.00
1616 Long Ave.: 2 story duplex. Each has, 3 br., 1 ba, stove & refrigerator. Good
rental record. $40,000 Owner says make an offer.
THE BEACHES
Srd Avi.,'Beacboi'Hilli IDEAL FOR RTT1REDE COUPLE OR SECOND 'RO .Two
bedroom, 1 ba house Completely furnished on 1 1/2 lots, fenced, quiet and
only three blocks to beach Asking $45,000.
HOWARD CREEK
2Br. 1 Ba. 815 sq. ft. with 759 sq. ft. screened porches. Built on piers close to water.,
Lot 300' front and 130' deep. Central Hiac is Rheem heat pump
LOTS and ACREAGE
White City-Beaty subdivision-6 lots 35-40 w/septic tank 90X180 .37 acre. $6,000.
Approx 6 acres on Hwy 71, four miles north of White City. Asking $4,000 per acre.
Overstreet: 13 acres near bridge and canal with many nice oaks and fronts on:
paved street. Excellent development area.
St. Joseph Shores: 3 acres w/231 ft. of Hwy. frontage-owner will listen to offers.


Fantasy Prope

1200 U. S. Hwy. 98* 'ohi
Mexico Beach, FL 32410 *
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478

J

REALTOF 'MEXICO BEACH
207 Louisiana Ave. Lovely 3 bdrm., 2 ba; mobile home on 75'xlI12
lof. Has many extras including screened porches, fireplace, Island in
kit.. Ig. master bdrm. suite w/walk-in closet. Priced to sell at $59,900.
316 Halley Di. Center unit in triplex. Nice quiet neighborhood. 3
Ddrm 2 ba $55.000 ;
612 Georgia Ave. Lg. 4 bdrm., 4 ba, mobile home, carport, Ig.
100'x100' lot. Some furnishings possible, washer/dryer, ceiling fans,
wood burning stove, priced right at $59,900.
S117 First St., 2, bd., 1 ba. stilt beach house, excellent rental, nice
weekend retreat, completely furnished. $45,000.
306- Fortner Ave. Investors special. Duplex. Downstairs unit has 2
bdrm.", 1 bath. Upstairs unit has 1 bdrm. and bath on second floor
and 1 huge. bdrm. and 1/2 bath on third floor. Fully furnished, priced
to sell at $67,500. Excellent rental property. ,
54 First St. Lovely stucco home ch/a, master BR, great rm., kitchen,
1 BA, laundry 'hook-ups and deck upstairs. Downstairs finished as
den, with Ig. bath. Great possibilities. Garage. Only 5 years. Large
99' x 280' lot, storage shed, back yard chain link fenced. $77,500.

CAPE SAN BLAS
WATERFRONT CAPE SAN BIAS Cape Dunes Subd., Lavishly deco-
Srated executive home on cement pilings never rented. 4/5 bd., A
ba. with many extras including washer/dryer. Icemaker, underneath
parking. Hurricane shutters, fireplace, many furnishings remain. Ap-
prox. 2,500 sq. ft. Priced at $250,000.

BEACON HILL
518 2nd Ave., Beacon Hill. Lovely 3 bdrri., 2 ba. stilt home In excel.
cond. Newly painted, scree d rn, Tl.vwasher, disposal and mi-
crowave. Approx. 1500 s t m-W Ut00. Slashed to sell at
$59,890.
Gulf View 6924 Hwy. 96, Beacon Hill. 3 bd., 2 ba. unit upstairs Ig.
screened porch overlooking gulf. Fully furnished great rental po-
tential. Downstairs partially completed apartment kit., ba:, liv
rm., bd. and storage area. Nice lot. Priced to sell at $77,500.
Mobile home Third Ave. between 5th and 6th St. 2 bd., 1 ba.. with
porch Furnished. $35,000.

BEACHFRONT
Beachfront Gulfaire Townhpme: 9805 Hwy. 98 For your own pleas-
ure, investment, r ,caLb ju4eg tpd4jtuished 2
bd., 2 1/2 ba.. toW Aol. Xt av=i3dy S .i-1
Gulf Aire Townhome 9821 Hwy. 98. Lovely 2. bd.. 2 1/2 ba. town-
house right on the lte. & l;o &^l-rne. rental his-
tory. Tastefully deco:Sivcfc. "" ....
35th St. Windsong #1. A must see super nice, spacious floor plan
million dollar view, not on rental program. Lg. 3 bdrm., 3 ba. town-
, home, end unit. 2 balconies, lots of store. Jaloused area on ground
floor for cook-outs, etc. Ceramic tile In kit. & great 'rm. vertical
blinds thruout. Exquisitely furnished, all included at $179,500.
Dolphin Run #7 Completely furnished townhome. tastefully deco-
rated. Sit on deck, and enjoy beautiful view of gulf, $11909.0
$105,000.
BEACH SIDE
126 Miramar Dr. Nice beach side duplex with an excellent water
view Just steps to the water. each side has 2 bedrooms, 1I bath
with central h/a, fully furnished with dishwasher, microwave, all ap-
pliances. Can be opened to convert to a 4 bd., 2 ba. unit. Price
at $155,000.


rties, Inc.
n M. Delorme, Realtor Joan Kent 647-3264
.647-3633 Margie Miller 229-6502
n F. Allemore, Realtor Judie McCormick 648-8595
'"647-8939 Don Rains 647-3270
Earl Groh 647-3199 Joan Smithwick 648-8121
oy Holder 648-8493

Corner of 31st St. -Duplex each side of duplex has I bd., 1 ba.,
'neatly furnished. Good rental history. $85,000.
101-A Miramar Dr. 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba. townhome, furnished, new car-
pet, Ig. landscaped corner yard with. sprinkler system & priv. fence.
Waterview fronT 2nd floor. Convenient location near marinas, Pier
Rd.& Canal Parkway. $b9,99.'NEW PRICE $65,900.
37th St. Gulf White :Sards #1, 2 and 3. Completely furnished 2
.bedroom, 2 boan townnomes close to Gulf. All three lor $ 180000.
'110 40th St. Apt. #2 2 bd.; 1 ba., furnished, close to beach, re-
a duced to $37,000. Make offer. A
GULF AIRE
S 32 Gultaire Dr.: Absolurel',' auiifum Ig. 3 or 4 bdrm, home w/
I sunken great room, 2 1/2 bal-, Approx. 4 years old. Cedar siding -
2 car garage cen. h/a, oak floors & carpet. Dream kitchen w/
island, separate dining. Must see. $139,000.
' 109 Gulf Aire Dr. Enjoy beautiful sunset from your wrap-around
" deck. 5 bdrm., 3 bath, 2 story cedar home. Downstairs ideal for visi-
tors or relatives or fantastic rec room. Many amenities and this is a
must seel REDUCED TO $4,900r $178,500.
GullAIre Dr. Triplex, two 3 bd., 2 ba. units and o'ne I bd., 1 ba.
unii. very nice. good Investment, all 3 at $175, 000
ST. JOE BEACH
2'35 Selma St. Immaculate 3 bd., 2 ba. home on Ig. lot, 1 1/2 blocks
to beach. Wired workshop carport, nice, fenced ,yard. Priced at
$54,500.
330 Plneda Cute 2 bd., I ba. home with larete screened front porch
on. a nice lot and one half. Just blocks to the beach. $49,500.
25 A/B Bay St. 2 bd., I ba. unfurnished A unit, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. fur-
nished 'B unit. Good investment property. $74,900.
Sea Shore, Nautilus Dr., Block A, Lot 9, city water, city sewer,
80'x150' lot, $20,000.
5948 GeorgIa Ave:, 2 bd., 2 ba. mobile home on 75'x150' lot. Dou-
ble garage. $42,500.
142 Bay St., Very nice 2 bd., 1 ba. stilt home on Ig. 75'x125' lot, ap-
prox. 960 sq. ft. Excel. c g.ea trial tulf view. Ground level can
enclosed Fully furnished oYit irlrael rattan & wicker through-
out. Custom window coWrin's. WasnW/dryer hook-up. Priced at
$69,500.
113 Pelican Walk. Nice 3 bdc, 2 ba. modular hUjl. Beach access,
tastefully decorated ,o. fieAl lf ears ad.
Was $69,000, Reduce'to' t5oy,9. .old
135 Desoto St. Neat 3 bd., 1 ba. home, short walk to beach, gulf
view from upper deck, Ig. corner lot, fully furnished with washer/
dryer and two utility sheds. Reduced to $54,900.
Coronado St. Like new 2 bd., I ba. sturdy double wide home, 2 biks
to beach; ch/a, furnished. Front deck. Ig. back screen porch, w/
walkway to cute little 1 bd, 1 ba. granny house. Outside shower.
star. bldg. low maintenance yd. w/natural terrain. Neat as a pinl
$60,000.
100 Santa Anna. Frame duplex 2 bd., 1 ba. upstairs, I bd., I ba.
downstairs, window A/C's. 1/2 block to beach. Good rental history.
$80,000.
Coronado #7 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba. townhome, unrestricted gulf view.
furnished, nice. Reduced to $65,000. Make offer.
PORT ST. JOE
105 Hunter St., Oak Grove. Great starter home 2 bdr.. with study
or 3 bd., I ba., den, ch/a, laundry rm & workshop on a nice 89'x60'
lot. Priced to sell at $39,000.
505 Reid Ave. Nica2 b l. 1f, Ws. patrch. v9e4 iafort ble frame
home with separate& cdfed -M a b&k Vfikr)-lyE;. lot. Must
1 sell. $45,000.


818 Marvin. Ave., Nice laige home in good neignDorhood. 4
bdrm., 2 ba.;,2 levelhome on I. J o00'x5' Jo. Ap rox: 2400 sq. ft.
Cen. heat/alsheVd. ndnc rf bM Fenced dog
kennel, 10x12 shed-. House has new roof, must see. &7.00o. -
$73'900.

HIGHLAND VIEW
1:10 2nrid St. 2 bd., I ba. Wood frame house recently remodeled
with a new roof. Includes adjoining lot with In-place septic system
for 2 bd. mobile home. All for $37,900.
Hwy. 98 & 5th St., Great commercial location with many possibill-
ties. Was seafood market, some equipment, remodeled in '92.
.Priced right $89,900.

WEWAHITCHKA, HOWARD CREEK,
WHITE CITY
White City Volunteer St. 2 bd., 1 ba., nice starter home. Carport,
large out building pretty lot. Priced to sell $34,000.
Land's Landing Evergreen Drive 1983 14'x67' mobile home 3
bd., 2 ba., New septic tank & well January 1992. Central a/c &
cen. gas heat. Appliances Includedl Equity & assume mortgage; If
qualified. $25,000.
Howard Creek Great fishing, year-round living, 3 bd., 1 ba., mo-
bile home, turn., storage shed, well, screened porch. $32,500. 1
Acre cleared./
OVERSTREET
406 N. Canal Dr., Canal front 2 bd., 2 ba. stucco home: 2 storage
sheds, privacy fence on almost 1 acre. Great buy, $79,900.
Canal front home Overstreet Large 3 bdrm., 2 ba. home on ap-
prox. 4 acres with 225' on the canal. This lovely 2 story stilt home
has many amenities Including cedar-lined walk-in closets, jacuzzi,
cen. h&a, ground floor enclosed with 3 garage doors. Lg. 38'x60'
metal building with two 12x12' roll-up doors included. Was
$162,000. Reduced to 140,00, SLASHED TO $135,00011
Early Times Time W :t*pR Cseek Dedicated waterfront, 1.5
acres, 2 septic tanks, nC15le r n es TLC. Great fishing hidea-
wayl $27,500. -
Pleasant Rest Cemetery Rd. 2 bdrm., 1 ba,. approx. 1080 sq. ft.
hbme sold w/refrlg. & stove. Situated on 1/2 corner lot. Only 5
years old, $49,900.
Wetappo Creek, end of Miller Life Lane: 3 bd., 2 ba. unfurnished
mobile home. Two storage sheds, ch/a. Has screened porch,
deck, beautiful view of Wetappo Creek. Located on over an acre
lot $50,000.
W. Forest St. 1982 60' 2 bd. turn. mobile home w/porch & storage
shed, well &" new pump. Located on leveled, treed lot; approx.
.663 acres. Call for directions. $28,500.

COMMERCIAL/INVESTMENT PROPERTY
PORT ST. JOE
2.5 plus acres commercial/industrial with old garage, lots of
possibilities, $99,000.
MEXICO BEACH
37th St.- approx. 75'xl00' beachside, Pier Road., $57,000.
S. 40th St. -approx. 75'x100', Lot 2, Block 7, Unit 5 $35,000
Corner '13th & Hwy. 98 Lot 3. Business Center 90'x190', comm.
$120,000

ST. JOE BEACH
U.S. 96 between Balboa & Magellan 3/4 block & 1 lot Permitted
for condos only. $300,000

LOTS
GulIAire Subdivision
Gulf Aire Subd., Lot 17, Block C vacant lot with large back yard.
$21,000.
Gulfaire Dr., Lot 22, block "D', nice lot, single family, priced to sell at
$16,000.
Lot 39, Block "C', corner lot next to swimming pool and tennis
courts. Excellent location. $25,000.
Lots 32 and 33, BIk. C, Gulfalre, Phase II. Sewer tap paid: -18,990.
Reduced to $16,500 for a limited period of time. Owner will sell
BOTH LOTS together at a reduced price. Make offer.


Beacon Rd.: Lot 8, BI.k E. ,,w tp di; possible owner financing.
Good location near Rl,2L, '
Beacon Rd.: Lot 9. Block E, segif ti 0d, nice, level lot,. $22.900..
Periwinkle Dr., 75' x 125' lot $23,500
GulfAlre Dr. -Lot 11', Block C, Phase 2 approx. 75'xl25', $29,000.
GulfAire Dr. Lot 25 & 26, Block C, Phase 2 approx. 72.6'x146' &
73'x150' $17,000 ea.
GulfAlre Dr. Lot 9, Block G. Phase 2 approx. 74'x120' -
close to pool & tennis court $22.,800
GulfAIr* Dr.- Lot' 15, Block C, Phase 2 approx. 85'x125', $22,900
MEXICO BEACH
Grand Isle Sudb. Lot 3 & 4, Block D, unit 15 approx. ed houses
only. $13,500 each, both for $23,000.
Azalea St., Lot 18. block 4 unit 11, 80'x100' houses, 4W-7-.69. Re-
duced to $16,500.
Azalea St., Lot 19, block 4, unit 11..75'x100', houses 476O00. Re-
duced to $16,500.
Large corner lot, corner Hatley Dr. & Hwy. 386, Mexico Beach.
Zoned residential. $17,500.
7th St. -Lot 6, Block C, unit 14, 100' x 158.33' Stor. shed. $13,500.
South 36th St.: Excellent 75' x 100' lot 4th from water, $55,000
6th St., between Oleander & Fortner,50'x150'. $17,500
Corner. of Robin Lane & Hwy. 366-A. Nice vacant lot, Reduced
,$14.000
Ready to build? Buy this level, cleared lot on Robin Lane. Survey
available. $12,500.
Robin Lane Unit 17. Block 1. Lot 10 approx. 250'xo100' Irregular
shape, has septic tank, restricted to houses $17,500
Grand Isle Kim Kove -Lot 8, Block C, Unit 15 houses. $12,000
Grand Isle Nan Nook & Kim Kove Lot 19, Block D approx.
71.8'xll5' houses $11,500
131 Pine St.Lot 10, Block 6, Unit 11 75'xO10' houses $12,500,

CAPE SAN BLAS
Gulf Shore Drive:close to Gulf. One nice 50'x100' lot. $24,000.
ST. JOE BEACH
PIneda St.: Four 50'xl25' lots, I block to beach, $20,000 each.
Americus & Selma-Lot 13, Bik. 10, Unit 1 approx. 75'x150'. $15,500.
Americus & Selma -Lot 14, BIk. 10, Unit I approx. 84'x150, $14.500.
Ward St. Lot 2, Block 47, Unit 2 approx. 75'x150'. $12,500
Ward St. Lot 3. Block 47, Unit 2 approx. -75'x150', $12.500

BEACON HILL
Lucia St. Large vacant lot with barn. 100'x120' $19,500 .
, Beacon Hill Estates Hwy. 366 Lot 9, Block 1., Unit 1 approx.
100'x120', $17,000
Beacon Hill Estates Lucia Ave. Lot 10, Block 1., Unit 1., Approx.
100'x120' 13,000
6th St. Lots 5 & 6, Block 3, Unit 1 Irregularr $32.000.
3rd St. & 4th Ave.Lot 20, Block 22, $13,500

ST. JOSEPH SHORES
Large Gulf-front lot: Approximately 87 feet of' gulf-front x 262 ft.
deep. Priced to sell at $73,500.
OVERSTREET
Creekwood: 2 nice large lots. Buy together and have over an
acre. $10,000 each.
Overstreet area $60,000. Property 467'x467' (before bridge), sold
with 295' communications tower, utility shed, fence.
Sunshine ,Farms 7 + acres. $7,500 per -acre. One parcel with sep-
tic tank at $14,500 if sold separately.
Creekwood Estates Lot 17, 1/2 acre. $11.000
Sunshine Acres -Lot 8, 2.1 acres owner financing $12.000
Highway 386 -across from Sunshine Farms 3 +acres. $17,000


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3 bdrm., 1 bath home w/double
carport and utility bldg. AND 2 bdrm.,
2 bath new mobile home w/deck to be
sold together on 4 lots. Can be seen
at 305 Parker Ave., Highland View.
Call 227-1131 or 227-3492.
tfc 9/15

For Sale by Owner: 1.4 acres at
Simmons Bayou, close to golf cours-
es, town and beaches. Call 229-2708,
after 5 p.m. tfc 9/8

3 bedroom home, nicely land-
scaped with big deck and large pool,.
plus privacy fence. Good location,
nice neighborhood. Call 229-6713 af-
ter 5:30 p.m. tfc 9/1

14'x70' Fleetwood mobile home
with lot, new cen. ac, 1/2 mile from
Lands Landing. Quiet neighborhood,
paved roads, $24,500. 904-227-1313.
tfc 9/1


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unanimously. -
CONDEMNED BUILDINGS IN WEWA RE
OVAL OF. DEBRIS
Commissioner Armstrong motioned that the
County assist the City of Wewahltehka In the de-
bris .removal from (51 five condemned buildings
that were torn down by the City of Wewahlichka.
Commlss ioner Hammond seconded the motion
and the motion passed unanimously I I
VARIANCE BRAZELTON AND SCHWEIZ-
MER, I I I
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Armstrong, and unani-
mous vote, the Board approved the recommenda-
tion' of the Planning and Review Board to grant
variances to Doug Brazelton and John Schweizer
for the 30 ft. set back required by the County for
property otn Highway 9&
INVOICE SOUTHEASTERN MECHANICAL
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Armstrong, and unani-
mous vote the Board approved an Invoice In the
amount of $5.200.00 from Southeastern Mechani-
cal for materials and labor for the pole barn. con-
tingent upon Plalming/Building Director Butler
checking off on the invoice.
MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT
Upon moon by Commisiloner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Armstrong, and unani-i
mous vote the Board agreed that due to the pro-
posed cost of the drop ceiling project ior the Sher-
Iffs Department. the funds would remain In the
Maintenance Depanrtment budget to be used for
the entrance at the Courthouse.
HIGHWAY 1 1 "NO PPAssING" ZONE
Upon discussion by Bo Williams. Commis-
sioner Peters motioned for the Board to write a let-
ter to the Department oflTransportation requesting
that Highway 98 be double striped from Beacon


THE STARPORT ST. JOE, PL THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1994


Hill to Gull Aire Subdivision. uommissloner Arm-
strong seconded the motion and the motion
passed unanimously.
GULFCOUNTY COURTHOUSE ROOF
Commissioner Peters discussed the recent
roof leaks In the Sheriffs office. Judge's Confer-
ence room, Property Appraiser's office aiand the
Clerk's office. Maintenance Superintendent Joe
Bearden stated that he had conLtacted Fisher Con-
struction. Emergency Management Director Wells
requested that the area above the e cosole of the
dispatch center for the 911 system also be inspect-
ed by the contractor.
CITY OF WEWAHITCHKA B-911 SYSTEM
Commissioner Traylor requested that the
Chairman write a letter to the C"it of Wewahlitchka
requesting their assistance for iilformnatin that Is
needed by Emergency Management Coordinator
Marshall Nelson for the 91i1 system. Chairman
Yeager requested that AcirrdliilStraLor Wells ainte
the letter.
ROAD PAVING PROGRAM
Comrrnssloner Tra lor discussed the teed
for extensive road pawling iI Di_ uricis I a id 2 andd
reviewing the allocadoIi of road ptiiig fuilds for
each district He stated that he had the largest dis.
lrict and that he receive the same amount of
funds as the other districts After discuisloi by
Commissioners Peters and Hammond. Commis-
slioner Peters mouoined that he v.as opposed to an)
bond issue. Commissioner Hammoiid seccniided
the motion and the mnuoii passed intIaiimotisly
There heinig io further bustiess and upon
mouoti by Commissioner Peters. second b) Com-
missioner Traylor. and mnanilmous vote the meet-
Ing did then adjoiin at 7 53 p m..EODT.
WARREN J. YEAGER. JR.
CHAIRMAN
ATTEST. BENNY C LISTER. CLERK


w srs~'#r A


IN THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO 94-287
IN RE The Marriage of
DELMER D. JONES.
Husband/Respondent,
And
DEBORAH S JONES.
Wife/Petioner.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO- DELMER D JONES
9392 Haley Court
Jonesboro, GA 30236
S OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an acuon
for Dissolution of Marriage has been fBled against
you and you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. if any. to this action on DAVID C
GASKIN. ESQ.. Petitioner's attorney, whose ad.
dress is Post ofRce Box 185, Wewahltchka. Florida
32465. on or before the 14 day of October. 1994.
and file the original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on plaintifs attorney or inr
mediately thereafter. otherwise a default will be en
termed against you for the relief demanded in the
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court
onSeptember Q. 1994
BENNYC. LISTER
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox
Deputy Clerk
Publish. Sept 22 & 29. 1994.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THTE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO,93-3 18CA
WILLIE OTIS SMITH
PlaintiffT.
Vs
REBECCA PACE SMITH, a/k/a
REBECCA PACE THOMAS.
Defendant
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, BENNY C.
LISTER. Clerk of the above named Court, will on
the 19th day of October. 1994. at 1100 a.m., EDT.
at the western door of the Courthouse In Gulf
SCounty, Port S. Joe. Florida. offer for sale arid sell
at public outcry to the highest and beat bidder for
cash. 'Qie following described real property situat
ed In the County of Gulf. State of Florida, to wit:
Lot 15. Block 1017. Unit 112. Mlllview
Addition to the City of Port SL Joe,
Florida according to an official plat
Sthereon on file in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court Clerk. Gulf
County. Florida
. pdrsuaiut to the Final Judgment of Partition en-


If discount store dry dogfoods
.don't provide the stamina your dog
needs, ask BARFIELD LAWN & GAR-
DEN. 229-2727 about HAPPY JACK
PRO-BRED MEAT RATIoN enriched
formula. SOY FREE. NO BHT or
ethoxqulns. 12tc 9/29

FREE kittens. From 6 weeks to 5
months, all colors, you name It. we
got them. 647-5128 or 647-31 10.
Itp 9/29

AKC Dalmation puppies, ready
October Ist. 8125 each. Call 229-
6583. 1te 9/29


HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDE:
Recognized safe & effective against
hook, round & tapeworms in dogs &
cats. Available O-T-C at BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN. 229-2727.

HAPPY JACK HI-ENERGY DOG
FOOD: Specifically formulated for
hunting dogs. field competitions, and
growing pups. BARFIELD LAWN &
GARDEN. 229-2727. 10tc 9/22

UKC rat terrier pups. $125 and
treeing feist. $150. Call 648-5306.
tic 9/1







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

2 bdrm. two ba. brick home with .
2 car attached garage in desirable
Port St. Joe neighborhood. Interior re-
cently professionally decorated w/new
floor coverings. wallpaper, window
treatments & appliances. Home has
approx. 1500 sq. ft. air conditioned
interior featuring formal dining room.
great room. spacious laundry room.
Ig. master bedroom. Many extras in-
* eluding glassed in porch, covered pat-
lo, 36'x17' pool, stockade fenced yard.
Ideal for empty nesters. 229-8276.
4tp 9/22

For Sale or Trade: On Cemetery
Rd., off 386, 1/2 acre lot w/septic.
electric. & wells plus 2 bdrm. trailer.
needs repairs. Plus one acre lot on
386 near tower. Very reasonable. Will
finance. Call 647-8664 days or 648-
4526 evenings. 4tp 9/15

Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath' brick
home in White City. No money down.
Must qualify: to 'assume S54.500
mortgage. 229-8151. 4tp 9/15

1/2 apre lot with septic tank.
$9.500. Overstreet Road. Owner fi-
nancing. 227-2020, ask for Billy.
tfc 9/1


termed in a case pending m said Court, the style of
which is listed above
At the time of sale. the successful high bid.
der shall post with the Clerk a deposit equal to te
percent 15%) of the final bid or $ 1.000.00. whichh
ever is less. The balance of the final bid shall be
paid to the Clerk within twenty.four 1241 hours af.
ter the sale The successfulhigh bid shall be ex
clusive of the Clerk's registry lee and documentary
stamps on the Certificate of Title. In the event of a
third party successful bid, the lIrd party success.
ful bidder shall pay, in addition to the bid amount,
the Clerk's registry fee and'any and all documen-
tary stamps on the Certificate of Tide.
'WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court, this 20th day of September. 1994
BENNY C MUSTER
Clerk of Circuit Court
By:. /s/ Tnya Knox
Deputy Clerk
Publish- September 22 and 29. 1994.

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Logic and Accuracy Test for the Second
Primary will be October 3. 1994. at 10.00 ar,
EDT at the Gulf County Courthouse.
/s/ Cora Sue Robinson
Supervisor of Elections
Publish September 22. 1994.

NOTICE
The Board of City Commissioners at their
regular meetings on October 4 and October 18.
1994. at 8.00p.m. in the Commissioners Cham-
ber will consider deeding ib George W. Durer.. et
al.. approximately 5 3' along the west side of lots
17. 19 and 21. Block 4 and the north side of Lot
17. Block 4. City of Port St Joe In exchange for a
deed to all property owned by George W. Duren. et
al, located between the existing Hobb's Hotel and
the alley running along the east side of Lots 17.
19. and 21, Block 4.
All persons are invited to attend these meet-
ings Any person who decides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Commission with respect to any
matter considered at said meeting will need a
record of the proceedings. and for such purpose
may need to ermsure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings Is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is
to be based fThe Board of City Commission of the
City of Port SL Joe, Florida will not provide a ver-
batim record of this meeting
THE CITY'OF PORT ST JOE
/s/ Frank Pate. Jr
Mayor-Commissioner
Publish: September 22 and 29. 1994.


For sale by owner: Brick 3 BR. 2
ba. 2,150 sq. ft. living space. 1.5
acres, Whispering Pines In Wewa. As-
sumable loan to qualified buyer. By
appL 639-2193. tfc 9/ 1

3 bdrm.. I ba. home. Ceiling
fans. new carpet, wallpaper. cen. air
cond'., stor. shed & more. Friendly.
quiet neighborhood. Westcott Circle.
$58.000. 904-227-1313. lic 9/ 1

Like new remodeled white &
peach block home. Hwy. 71. Honey-
ville. 2 1/2 acres. 1,325 sq. ft.. 3 bd..
I ba. ch&a. dbl. carport, breezeway.
utility. 278' deep well. new pump &
water softener. Call 639-5804.
tfc 9/1

A MUST SEE. 301 20th St. Large
4 bedroom, 3 bath house on large cor-
ner lot c/h&a, double garage and
carport. Deck. 4.000 sq. ft. under
roof. abundant storage throughout
For appt. call 229-8076 or 784-784 1.
Lfc 9/ 1

Owner financing. High and dry, 5
acre homesite. 240 ft. well. septic.
workshop, I 1/2 mile N. Dead Lakes
Pk. 647-3581. tlc 9/l

Good, single family lot in Gulf
Aire. 75'x125'. access to tennis court.
swimming pool. dedicated beach.
647-5142. tfc 9/1

Half acre lots for sale. Hwy. 386,
Overstreet. Creekview Subd.. $500
down. $96.48 per month. 120
months. Call and leave message. 229-
6031. tlfc9/1

Bay front lot on St. Joseph Pe-
ninsula. $58.000. Financing availa-
ble. Call 229-1731. tfc 9/29

2 bdrm.. I ba. house for sale.
1,080 sq. ft.. 5 years old. Located on
1/2 acre comer lot. 7 miles north of
Overstreet on Cemetery Rd. For more
information please call 648-8686. ask
for Patty. tLf 9/ 1

1029 McClellan Ave., PSJ. for
Sale by Owner: Completely remod-
eled. 3 bdrm. (I sm.. 1 bath. Fla. rm.,
new roof, carpet, cen. ac/h, wiring,
plumbing. etc. Well w/auto. sprinkler
system, fenced in backyard, reduced
to $54.000 obo. BB appt. only. 229-
6861. c c 9/1
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Mature young lady going to night
school, 2 nights a week, desperate Cfor
work! Will do anything. You name it,
I'll do it. Good with kids, animals, eld-
erly housecleaning & more. Call 229-
- 8230 day or night. ask for Nancy.
3tp 9/29


Banks Elected Local Democratic Chief


At a meeting in the re-
modeled Courthouse in Wewa-
hitchka on September 20 the
Democratic Executive Committee
elected John A. Banks to chair-
manship of the county party. The
former chairman, R. Wayne Chid-
lers. recently resigned due to
pressing personal commitments.
Banks has worked in the.
Panhandle for the past 25 years
from Tallahassee to Pensacola in'
field work for insurance compa-
nies, doing public and industrial
safety work. His earlier career
was underwriting and auditing in
commercial and fire lines of insu-
rance.


Gulf County Schools
Lunch Menu
Oct. 3- 7
MON: Sloppy Joe, French Fries
or Tater Tots, English Peas,
Milk
TUES: Spaghetti w/meat sauce
& cheese. Tossed Salad, Green
Beans. Roll. Milk
WEDS: Chill Dog or Corn Dog.
Cole Slaw, French Fries. Milk.
Cake
THURS: Beef-A-Roni, Sliced
Tomato, Baby Lima Beans,
Roll. Milk. Dessert
FRI: Chicken & Rice. Broccoli
w/cheese, Fruit Cup, Roll,
Milk, Dessert


following streets:


DALKEITH
Chlpola Drive (132D)



Lister Road (132D)
Lister Landing Rd. (132D)
Vann Byrd Road (132C)
No Name Road # 1 & 2 (132B)
No Name Road #1 (132D)
No Name Road #I (132C)
No Name Road #1 (133) ,
No Name Road A (144)
Pridgeon Road (132D)
STOKES D
Chipola Street (109C)



Chipola Drive (128B)



DEAD L
Dead Lakes Drive (92C)


No Name Road


Banks now lives in Wewa-
hitchka and writes books on so-
cial topics. In particular, the con-
duct of groups and individuals. A
book now In process and nearing
completion has the tentative title
of "The American Method of De-
mocracy.
Banks said that with a
change in chair and readjustment
of the several committees the
whole committee will now begin a
more vigorous ,effort to identify in
the Gulf County community. This
will include a closer association
with other civic and commercial
groups. Banks said, the Demo-
cratiUc Committee is more than
just a political organization, it is
also a civic body within the social
environment of Gulf County.
Banks cited as an example
the recent launching of the Young
Democrats of Gulf County by Carl
White. This organization, a pro-
ject of the Executive Committee,
will help teach the younger peo-
ple the place of political activity
In the American democracy and
prepare them for an active role,
not necessarily in strict politics
but rather as an integral part of
the democratic process in Ameri-
ca.
Banks said that In time and
with good communication with
other county organizations and in
cooperation with them he Is confi-
dent that such action will accrue
to the benefit of all parties and


the entire Gulf County communi- tee received two new members,
ty, Robert Dansby of Precinct 1 and
In other action the Commit- Jana F. Harrelson of Precinct 7.




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Streets To Be Renamed


CONFLICTS WITH
*Chipola Ave. (Wewa) 94A
Chipola St. (Stokes Dead Lake Camp)
109C
Chipola Dr. (Chipola Estates) -128B
Chipola Dr. (Riverside Estates) -132D
*Lister Road (132D)
Lister Dr. (94A)
Vann Dr. (Douglas Landing) -132D
Biyant's Landing
Douglas Landing
SDouglas Landing
Turkey Run


EAD LAKE CAMP
*Chipola Ave. (Wewa) -94A -
Chbipola Dr. (Chipola Estates) -128B
Chipola Dr. (Riverside Estates) -132D
Chipola Dr. (Douglas Landing) 128B
*Chipola Ave. (Wewa), -94A
Chipola Dr. (Douglas Landing) 132D
Chipola St. (Stokes Dead Lake Camp)
109C
Chipola Dr. (Riverside Estates) 132D
MAKES ESTATES
*Dead Lake St. (C.F. Hanlon Subd. on
John Dill Rd.) -91D
Dead Lakes Dr. (Dead Lakes Subd.) -
93B


# 1. 2, & 3 (109C) Stokes Dead Lake Camp
DEAD LAKES SUBDIVISION
Dead lakes Drive (93B) 'Dead Lakes Dr. (C.F. Hanlon Subd.
on John Dill Rd.) -91D
Dead Lakes Dr. (Dead Lakes Estates)
-92C
Shellcracker Lane (93B) 'Shellcracker St. (Howard Creek) -
156A
Cypress Court (93B) Cypress Ave. (Wewa) -93D
Cypress Dr. (Red Bull Island) -112B
CENTRAL LANDING
Lake View Drive (91 IA) Lake View Dr. (Idlewood Subd.) -91A
*East Lake View Dr. (Rivenriew) -94D
*West Lake View Dr. (Rivenriew) -
1 12C
IDLEWOOD SUBDIVISION
No Name Rd. # I 1. 2. & 3 (9 IA) At end of Ourtown Rd.
Lake View Drive (91A) Lake View Dr. (Central Landing) -91D
'East Lake View Dr. (Riverview) -94D
SWest Lake View Dr. (Riveniew) -
112C
Lake Drive (91A) 'Lake Drive (Wewa) -93C
Lake Street (Meeks Subd.) -93B
Lake Dr. (Midway Park) 91A
BURGESS CREEK SUBDIVISION


North Street (114B)

Magnolia Atenue (114






Oak Street (94D)

Magnolia Drive (I 12C



F'rst Street (I 12C)

Second Street (112C)


Third Street (112C)


Fourth Street (112C)


Chipola Drive (132D)




Magnolia Avenue (151


. Azalea Avenue (156A)
Oak Drive (156A)


Dogwood Street (156A
No Name Road #1 (15
No Name'Road # 1 (15
No Name Road #2 (15


*North Street (Williamsburg Subd.) -
94B
4B) 'Magnolia Street (Wewa) -94A
Magnolia Avenue (Howard Creek) -
156A
Magnolia Drive (Riverside Park) 112C
Magnolia Street (Red Bull Island) -
1 12B
RIVERSIDE PARK (LANDS LAKE) .
*Oak Ave. (Burgess Creek) -I 14B
Oak Dr. (Howard Creek) -156A
Oak St. (Wewa-Red Bull Is.)-112B
}) "Magnolia St. (Wewa),-94A
Magnolia Ave. (Howard Creek) 156A
Magnolia Street (Red Bull Is.) -112B,
Magnolia Ave. (Burgess Creek) -114B
*West First St. (Wewa) -93D
First St. (Meeks Subd.) -93B
*Second St. (Meeks Subd.) -93B
"East Second St. (Wewa) -93D
'West Second St. (Wewa) 93D
Third St. (Meeks Subd.) -93B
: East Third SL (Wewa) -93D
"West Third SL (Wewa) -93D
Fourth St. (Meeks Subd.) -93B
*East Fourth St. (Wewa) -93D
*West Fourth St. (Wewa) -93D .
*Chipola Ave., (Wewa) -94A
Chipola Dr. (Douglas Landing) -132D
Chipola St. (Stokes Dead Lake Camp)
S109C
Chipola Dr. (Chipola Estates) -128B
HOWARD CREEK
6A) "Magnolia St. (Wewa) -94A
Magnolia Dr. (Riverside Park) -112C
Magnolia St. (Red Bull Is.) -112B
Magnolia Ave. (Burgess Cr.) -114B
*Azalea Dr. (Wewa) -94D
*Oak Drive (Burgess Creek) -114B
Oak St. (Riverside Park) -94D
Oak St. (Wewa-Red Bull Is.) -112B
A) Dogwood Ave. (Wewa) -112B
56B) Indian Swamp Camp Ground
56A)
56A) North end of Nellie Whitfield Road


No Name Rds. # 1.
5. & 6 (74)

Dead Lakes Drive (

No Name Rd. # (1
No Name Rd. #1 (7
No Name Rd. # 1 (9
No Name Rds. #f2.
No Name Rds. N1.3

No Name Rds. # I &

Marshall Street (94
James St. (94B)
No Name Road N
No Name Road # I.
No Name Road # 1.
No Name Road # 1 I
No Name Road # l(
No Name Road # 1.
West Reid Avenue
Cypress Avenue



Lewis Place (93D)
Hunter St. (94B)
Homewood .Drive (9
Johnson Street
Pridgeon Dr. (93A)


Bass Drive (9 IA)

James Drive (94C)

Shorty Kemp Rd. (3
No Name Road # I (
No Name Rd. # 1 &2
No Name Rd. # 1 (9)
No Name Rd. # 1 &:
No Name Rd. # 1. 2.


Magnolia Street (I11


*Pine Street (112B)
Cedar Drive (1 12B)
Magnolia Street (1 1

" Pine Street (112B)
Oak Street (112B)

River Avenue (94A)


Main Avenue (93B)


STONEMILL CREEK
2. 3. 4. Stonemill Creek Subd.,

NORTH OF WEWAHITCH KA
92C) "Dead Lakes SL (C.F. Hanlon Subd.) -
91D
I OC) Off Gaskin Side Camp Rd.
3) Off SR 71 at County Line (Billy Knee)
1) OffSR 71 at end of"Roy Pitts Rd.
4. 5. & 6 (93B) Meeks Subd. & Race Track area
3. 4, & 5 (91D) Central Landing. C.E. Hanlon & SR
71
S4 (92C) I 1/2 miles north of Wewa on SR 71
WEWAH ITCHKA
B) Marshall Ln. (Wetappo Ridge) -27C
(94D) Offil Harden Circle '-"
2, 3 (94D) Off Old Transfer Road
2. 3 (93A) Off Jehu Road
(92D) Old Gaskin Saw Mill Area
1 12B) Sewer Plant
2. 3 (112B) Red Bull Island
*West Reid Ave. (Wewa) -93D
Cypress Ct. (Wewa-Dead Lakes Subd.)
-93B
Cypress Dr. (Wewa-Red Bull Island) -
I 12B)


)3C) Homewood Circle (Wewa) -93C



SHAMROCK ESTATES
'Bass St. (Howard Cr.) 156A
WHISPERING PINES SUBDIVISION
*James St (Wewa) -94B
WEST OF WEWAHITCHKA
18D) *Kemp Rd. (off highway 22) -38D
57) Off Highway 22
2 (38D) Kemp Settlement area off SR 22
Off Highway 22
2 (23) Off Highway 22
& 3 (93C) Just west of Wewa on SR 22


WEWAHITCHKA (RED BULL ISLAND)
12B) *Magnolia St. (Wewa) -94A
Magnolia Dr. (Riverside Park) I 12C
Magnolia Ave. (Burgess Cr.) -I 14C
*Pine St. IWewa) -94A
'Cedar Dr. (White City) 10 IC
12B) 'Magnolia St. (Wewa) -94A
Magnolia Dr. (Riverside Park) 112C
Magnolia Ave.- (Burgess Cr.) -114C
*Pine St. (Wewa) -94A
Oak St. (Riverside park) -94D
*Oak Ave. (Burgess Cr.) 114D
River Dr. (Riverside Park) 128A
"River Rd. (Wewa) -93C
WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
Main StL (Meeks Subd.) -93B


West Ave. (Burgess Cr.) (114B)
West Street (94B) *Main St. (Wewa) -94B
No Name Road 1 -N/S (94B)
MEEKS SUBDIVISION
Main Street (93B) Main Ave. (Williamsburg Subd.) -93B
*Main St. (Wewa) -93B'
First Street (93B) *West First St. (Weiva) -93D
First SL (Riverside Park) -112C
Second Street (93B) Second St. (Riverside Park) -112C
*East Second St. (Wewa) -93D
'West Second St. (Wewa) -93D
Third Street (93B) Third St (Riverside Park) 1 12C
"East Third St. (Wewa) 93D
..-- '*West Third St. (Wewa) -,93D -
.--Fourth Street (93B) Fourth St. (Riverside Park) -112C
*East Fourth St. (Wewa) -93D
*West Fourth St. (Wewa) -93D
Fifth Street (93B) *East Fifth St. (Wewa) -93D
*West Fifth St. (Wewa) -93D
Lake Street (93B) *Lake Dr. (Wewa) -91A
Lake Dr. (Idlewood Subd.) -93C
Lake Dr. (Midway Park) -91A
WINONA GARDEN SUBDIVISION.


Lewis Road (116)

Lake Drive


*Lewis Place (Wewa) -93D
MIDWAY PARK SUBDIVISION
*Lake Dr. (Wewa) -9IA
Lake Dr (Idlewood Subd.) -93C
Lake St. IMeeks Subd.) -93B
HONEYVILLE


Armstrong Road (115B)
Gulf Cty. Farms
No Name Road # 1 (113C)
No Name Road #1. 2, & 3 (95D)
No Name Road #1, 2. 3, & 4 (114B)
No Name Road #1 (95A)


Armstrong Rd. (Wewa) -94D


CHIPOLA CUT OFF
No Name Road # 1 (128B) Riverside Estates
Neal Drive (11 1A) *Neal Rd. (Kentucky Landing) -127C
Parker Drive (111A) *Parker St. (Wewa) -93D
River Drive (128B River Rd. (Wcwa) -93C
River Ave. (Red Bull'Island) -94A


NOTICE


Street Name Changes

The Gulf County 911 Street Naming Committee will hold a meeting on October 5th at
6:00 p.m. CDT in the Community Building in Wewa concerning changing the names of the


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