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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
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Creation Date: December 22, 1994
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FIFTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NUMBER 19


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INDUSTRY DEEP WATER PORT FINE PEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1994


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Interim Sheriff Coats Will Stay
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Offers to Remain Int Office Until Harrison Trial In


January Is Over


A Gulf County Road Department employee is fixing potholes.

Santa Visits Early
A young lad, In writing his letter to Santa which was pub-
lished in this week's edition of The Star, said he wanted his road
graded for Christmas. The young man, Dusty Alford, lives at Ho-
ward Creek, an area which experienced substantial road damage
during the several tropical storms which the area was inundated
with during the summer of 1994.
The letter, faxed to the Gulf County Road Department by San-
ta, received an immediate response to the work order issued by
Santa. On.Tuesday of this week, the Road Department, complete
with Santa's elves hats. arrived on hand to patch the potholes on
the dirt road in question.
Merry Christmas. Dusty, and our hope is that everyone can
have their Christmas wishes answered. Dusty's letter to Santa is on
page 7 of the third section of this edition.



-TrHarison-tCoFace


Trial on 10 Counts


The saga continues and the"
plot thickens in the County Com-
mission's dealings with Interim
Sheriff Jamies Coats and the
pending appointment from Gov-
ernor Lawton Chiles of a new in-
terim sheriff since an. indictment
has been lodged against suspend-
ed Gulf County Sheriff Al Harri-
son.
The Board decided In its reg- .
ular scheduled meeting December
13, to draft a resolution, In a spe-
cial meeting called for last Thurs-
day. seeking to have the Governor
remove Interim Sheriff James
Coats and the appointment of a
local replacement. The motion
passed on a 4-1 vote, with Com-
missioner Nathan Peters, Jr. cast-
ing the only dissenting vote.
'When the special meeting
was held on Thursday, December
15, Harrison was in Pensacola
Federal Court being processed on
a 10-count Indictment against
him. The point of the meeting be-
came moot when Coats informed f


the Board that he had written his
letter of resignation to the govern-
or, in which he had asked the
governor for a transition period,
in order to clear out some things
he was in the middle of.
During the meeting Chair-i
man Hammond chastised Coats
for his handling of several mat-'
ters including the lack-of disci-
pline of one of his officers who
had allegedly been observed buy-
ing alcoholic beverages while on
duty and driving a county vehicle.
Two local people. Rusty Burrows
and Steve Moore, spoke out say-
ing they had observed the officer
buying and drinking alcohol while
on duty.
The Commission decided to
drop the matter after Coats re-
vealed his intentions.
Nathan Peters and Billy Tray-
lor called for a second special
meeting Tuesday. December 20,
In which Traylor presented to the
Board a letter to the governor in
support of retaining Interim Sher-


JAMES COATS
Iff Coats until the questions sur-
rounding Sheriff Al Harrison have
been resolved. The letter stated,
"Mr. Coats had proven that he is
a very capable administrator and
has directed the Gulf County


Sheriffs Department during some
extremely tough times over the
past six months."
Traylor said, "It's my under-
standing that in the past few
weeks there has been a big push
for Mayor Frank Pate (mayor of
Port St. Joe) to be the next inter-
im sheriff and I personally feel
like this would not be to the ben-
efit of the county."
Commissioner Warren Yeager
spoke up saying he could not
support the letter because he had
already made a commitment to
support another local person,
Raymond Lawrence, for the ap-
pointment and that he felt that
the county needed a local person
leading the department.
Interim Sheriff Coats spoke
up stating that maybe he could
save everyone a lot of time telling
the commission that he was una-
ble to, nor did he want to contin-
ue as interim sheriff, for personal
reasons and because of other ob-
(See COATS on Page 3)


Suspended Gulf County Sher-
iff Al Harrison pleaded not guilty
Thursday, December 15, to 10
misdemeanor charges of violating
the civil rights of five women jail
inmates.
Harrison was arraigned at the
Federal Courthouse in Pensacola,
before U. S. Magistrate Susan No-
votny and released without bond
pending trial, which is scheduled
for January 23 In Panama City.
Harrison has proclaimed his
innocence throughout the investi-
gation and has on several occa-
sions asked to be charged so that
he could "face his accusers". Hai-
rison said, "I have never touched


any of these people, and they
know I have never touched any of
them."
The specific charges in the in-
dictment state that Harrison will- -
fully coerced the inmates to en-
gage in sexual acts. A Pensacola
grand jury handed down the in-
dictment November 15. one
month to the day before Harrison
was charged and arraigned.
The investigation into Harri-
son had stretched over a nine
month period and included inves-
tigators from the Florida Depart-
ment of Law Enforcement, the
Federal Bureau of Investigation,
(See HARRISON on Page 3)


Decorating the ChristiMas Tree! 18 floats and a host of special entries, including a miniature
train entered by Fisher's Building Supply. The parade was
Wewahitchka school children decorate the town Christ-. highlighted by a tree lighting ceremony following the pa-
mas tree, with ornaments they made themselves, last week rade. The town tree was located on the lawn of the old
prior to the parade for Santa Claus, Saturday evening. Gulf' Courthouse. The parade was sponsored and produced by the
Coast Electric assisted in the project with their boom truck, Wewahitchka Chamber of Commerce. It was the second an-
assisting the youths to reach the top of the tree. Saturday nual parade which was held at night with each float featur-
night's parade was a hour and a half long event consisting of ing its own lighting scheme.


We're honored to join you in singing His praises

as we extend our warmest wishes to you and

your family.


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STHE STAR
PAGE TWO .THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22,1994


This Thing Which

Has Come to.Pass

And it came to pass in those days, that there
went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all
the world should be taxed. (And this taxing was
first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria.)
And all went to be taxed, everyone into -his own
city. And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of
the city of Nazareth, into Judea, unto the city of
David; which is called Bethlehem (because he was.
of the house and lineage of David) to be taxed
with Mary his espoused wife, being great with
child.
And so it was, that, while they were there, the
days were accomplished that she should be deliv-
ered. And she brought forth her firstborn son, and
wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him
in a manger; because there was no room for them
in the inn .
And there were in the same country shepherds
abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock
by night. And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon
them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about
them; and they were.sore afraid.
And the angel said unto them,; Fear not; for be-
hold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which
shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day
in the city of David, a Saviour, which is Christ the,
Lord. And this shall be .a sign unto you; Ye shall.
find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes and
lying in a manger.
And suddenly there was with the angel a mul-
titude of the heavenly host praising God and say-
ing, Glory to God'in the highest, and on earth
peace, good will to men.
And it came to pass as the angels were gone
away from them into heaven, the shepherds said
one to another, Let us now go even unto Bethle-
hem, and see this 'thing which has come to pass,
which the Lord hath made known to us.
And they came with haste, and found Mary,
and Joseph, and the babe lying in a manger. And
when they had seen it, they made known abroad
the saying which was told them concerning this. .
child. And all they that heard it wondered at those,
things which were told them by the shepherds.
But Mary kept all these things, and pondered,
them in her heart. And the shepherds returned,'
glorifying and praising God for all the things that
they had heard and seen, as it was told 'unto
them.


Li_


L Hunker Down with Kes


by Kesley Colbert


The Chicken or the Egg?


"I don't really understand this
Christmas phenomenon." Ricky
Gene leaned back in his chair.
"Allow me to enlighten you,
sir." Hollis was whispering so
Mrs. Ingram wouldn't have a con-
niption fit, but he still accented
the word "enlighten" as Ricky
Gene had "phenomenon". We'd,
just come from freshman English
with Miss Polly. They were sar-
castically practicing some new,
words she'd used about this poet
with a bad foot named Byron.
'You. give a gift, you get a gift,"
Hollis continued, "the trick is to,
get a gift better than you "


'That's not what I'm talking
about you ninny," Ricky rocked
forward, "I was referring to the
happy holiday, special feeling
that seems to engulf everyone at
this time -" "
'Yeah, right," Yogi joined in,
"I reckon Miss Haskell was Just
awash In holiday cheer when she
made out her test]" We all had Al-
gebra second period.. And:., this
morning's exam was so hard I
didn't even understand half the'
questions.
'There are exceptions to every
rule." Ricky Gene wasn't even go-
ing to argue the point.
"Listen, that good cheer,
warm glow bunk Is Just a front.
Deep down people want the gifts."
"Hollis. you're thinking like a
' two year old!"
'Tell you what, then. You give
me all your presents. I'll an-


nounce how your deep generosity
has made me a believer this
Christmas."
"If you boys can't find any-
thing to do," Miss Ingram was
peering over her glasses, "I'll find
something for you."''
I hated having study hall
sixth period. All my classes were
over. There wasn't anything' to do
except get a head start on tomor-
row's work-aw, c'mon, we're in.
the ninth grade here. Of course,
we did have some crazy discus-
: sons. If Miss Ingram hadn't 'a
hovered around so close we could
'a solved half the world's -
"Miss Ingram, would you
please tell Hollis there's more to
Christmas that just hauling in
the loot" We liked to have went
through the floor. Ricky had
brought in an out-sider.
i 7 "Well boys, the 'loot' is impor-


tant, but it Is not the main theme
of the season. You have to get
much deeper than that-to the
baby Jesus. You have to under-
stand what a wonderful gift He
truly was-and is. Wheri you re-
flect on Him, and give and receive
presents in the spirit in which He
came-then you're getting the
Idea. Christmas will take on a
wonderful meaning. I'm glad to
see you boys are pondering on
some deep things here-but do
hold It down."
.Ricky Gene was grinning like
a possum going into an unguard-
ed hen house.
"Grown ,up answer," Hollis
barely let her get out of ear shot,
"that's a grown-up answer! It
don't mean a thing!"
"I think she's probably right."
It was the first time I'd spoken.
"Kes, ,let me ask you some-
thing. You rather have that
warm, Christmas feeling or a new
12-gauge?"
"Well, uh -I uh. ."
He might'a had me here. The cor-
rect answer was "both", except to
be gut level honest, I sure wanted
a shot gun. As a matter of fact I
hadn't been concerned about
what I was going to "give" my par-
ents and I sure as heck wasn't
thinking about' Leon or David
Mark-I Just 4 wanted "my
present". You krfow It's easy to do
the right 'thing and think the
right thoughts until it gets down
to something you really want ...
"I can answer while Kes
thinks," Yogi and I planned on
hunting together, "if I get a shot
gun then, the Christmas spirit
will abound in my little old
heart."
Yogi might'a said something
profound but we were having a
little trouble working it out.
"Maybe," Ricky Gene paused
before going on, "It's the order in
which we do which."
I thought of my folks. If cot-
ton had been up and hog prices
held, my folks were happy at
Christmas. If the bottom fell out
of cotton and hogs were down
where they usually were, my folks
were happy at Christmas. And I'll
tell you something-they got less
than Leon, David and me EVERY
year. And they NEVER seemed to
be disappointed.
"If the happy Holiday Christ is
born spirit is so important and
the presents are not," Hollis
wasn't going to give up, "then
how come this warm glow doesn't
last all year 'round?"
"People," Ricky never hesitat-
ed, "have very short memories."
The bell rang..
We never 'finished the discus-
sion on the loot versus the
Christmas phenomenon. I think if
we'd a'had about fifteen more
minutes we would a'figured it all
out.
Merry Christmas,
Kesley, Ricky Gene, Yogi,
Hollis and Miss Ingram


I Did'tDo t on Purpose, butI Gotthe Credit Anyhow!


I'VE ALREADY 'HAD a
Christmas gift, and it isn't Christ-
mas yet.
You know how you some-
times just stumble Into a goodM
thing? Well, I stumbled into a
good thing.
My wife was born in Decem-
ber. December 14, to be exact.
Then, I have a daughter whose
birthday is in December also.
Carol, the last, [thank. God there
was no more like her] was born
on December 7. Her birthday is
fitting to her personality. The war
to save the world started, on De-
cember 7, 1941, at a place called
Pparl Harbor.
Carol was born on that day
and it has been a constant adven-
ture ever since. She hasn't exact-
ly started a war in her life, but
she has taught us all to remain'
on guard constantly, for fear of
what might happen. Carol keeps
us all loose. She has adopted that
purpose in her life.


hETAOIN SHRDLU


:amsey


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BUT, I DIGRESS FROM what
I originally planned to tell you
about; my extraordinary stroke of
good fortune which I consider my
first Christmas gift.
As I told you, December 14 is
Frenchie's birthday. Nobody
'should be allowed to have a birth-
day or anniversary during the
month of December. If they go
ahead and do it they should not
expect to receive a gift that close
-to Christmas.
Frenchie went ahead and had
her birthday on December 14 in
spite of the consequences she
would suffer. She took the possi-


ability of the fact she wouldn't re-
ceive a gift under consideration
and let me know, without verbal-
izing the situation, that I had bet-'
ter not Ignore such an important
day in history.
You know how women are.
They have their ways of making a
point without making a sound, -I
got the point without Frenchie
having to express verbally, to me,
"It's my birthday and I expect a
gift" .

EVERY YEAR I remember hin
time to get her a dozen roses. She
loves flowers, so I was in good


graces when I got her roses and it
was a gift which was easy to se-
lect. With roses, I always knew it
was just the perfect gift for her.
There was no wracking
what's left of my brain. One size
fits all. No matter what color ros-
es the florist had In stock, they,
were always the right color. I had
'it made, so far as the gift item se-
lection was concerned. They were
just what she wanted! I was king
around the house for several days
when I would spring for a dozen
roses for Frenchie on her birth-
day.
Until I forgot to do it this
year!

NO JOKE! WITH my gift se-
lection problem solved, you would
think I. could, remember to Just
execute the plan without a hitch,
but I forgot the b.lankety-blank
date! I didn't forget the date, but I
forgot Wednesday was THE datel
Here's where the luck comes


in, giving me the Christmas gift I
was talking about.
Tuesday night, when we
came home tired and exhausted
after a hard day at the office,.
Frenchie said, "Let's go out to
'Gulf Sands and have supper with
Joyce Britt!"
Well, after six weeks of let-
tuce and celery, I was as eager to
go as I could be!
'I played it cool, though.
Should I abandon my diet regi-
men for an evening? I was eagerly
anticipating the shedding of an-
other pound this week. Was it
worth a platter of old, greasy fried
shrimp, or a heaping tray of fried
oysters and maybe a few shrimp
on the side, or possibly one of
Joyce's seafood platters, or an or-
der of stuffed shrimp, deviled
crab, or a side order of seafood'
gumbo to forego losing that
pound? How about that baked
potato, just swimming in butter?
"If I don't eat It, Joyce might


be offended!" I suggested with
mock reluctance.
'You can be careful of what
you eat," she said.

I ALLOWED MYSELF to be
coerced into breaking my eating
regimen for just that one time,
mind you.
Oh, boy, did II
We took off for Gulf Sands,
with me grumbling how we
shouldn't be doing this and 'all
the while secretly anticipating a
full meal for the first time in six
weeks.
Then, to top the evening off,'
to realize the next day it was her
birthday and to hear her brag the'
'very next day that I had taken
her out to supper for her birth-'
day! Honest Injt'! I didn't realize
I was doing the eight thing! To get
a full meal afte" so long on the
fast and at the same time, 'get
credit for the observance of Fren-
chie's birthday has to be the fin-
est Christmas gift, ever


-THE STAR-
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. DEC. 22, 1994 PAGE 3A


Board Asks FPC to Rethink Office Closing

Take Firm Stand on Suspension of Employee Testing Positive in Drug Check


Harrison
'.- from Phgel '"1--'
the Office of State Attorney Jerry
Blair and the U. S. Attorney's of-
fice.
Harrison's alleged victims In-
clude: Robin Goldsburg Johnson,
one count: Ann Vitale, one count:
Josephine Walker, one count. Bil-
lie Jo Byrd. one count; and Bar-
bara Lynn Grinslade, six counts.
The charges date over a five year
span from December, 1989 to
February, 1994.
Harrison gave this statement,
"Most people are considered inno-
cent until proven guilty, but in
the case of law enforcement offi-
cers, an officer is guilty until
proven innocent, I've been tried in
the media with every possible
slanderous thing that could be
said, no evidence or proof was
presented but seeds were planted
in a lot of people's minds pur-
posefully, to destroy my charac-
ter.
"I'm just glad that after nine
months of investigation by state
and federal governments, I will fi-
nally get a chance to prove my in-
nocence. Maybe after this trial is
over, some of the ones that have
lied on these cases and on the
stand can be tried for perjury or
fraud," he concluded.


Wishing you a very, merry
season and all that jazz.
Thanks!

Mae's
Styling Salon


Coats
from Paige
'igaions he had. Saying, 1 en-
joyed my' time here,' he said he
had been approached to stay here
until the trial was over and that
he didn't have a problem with
that, providing the governor
wants him to and the board
agrees.
Traylor's motion passed' 3-2
with Traylor, Peters and Arm-
strong voting for, and Yeager and
Hammond opposing the motion.


Old Bay City Road and High-
way 22-A are next on the county's
list of roads in need of repair from
damage sustained during the.
floods that were an aftermath of
Tropical Storm Alberto this past
summer. The Commission decid-
ed to put the road work up for bid
during its regular scheduled
meeting.
Money for the repairs will be
supplied through FEMA- (Federal
Emergency Management Agency)
with the work including making
necessary repairs where flood wa-
ters buckled and, washed away
parts of the roads.
Bids for the project will be
opened January 10th during the
county's regular scheduled com-
mission meeting.
Florida Power Resolution
Mike McDonald. local repre-
sentative for Florida Power Corpo-
ration, approached the Board
asking them to strike some of the


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A- -Christmas Wish
SThe year 1994 has been extremely hard for some folks in our
fonimunity. People have lost their jobs, others have lost loved ones,
and still others have lost their good health.
This year hasn't been an easy row to hoe for the Campbells, el-
ther. But, considering some of our friends and neighbors, our life in
i994 has been as easy as taking candy from a baby. We have much
S"to be thankful for.
It's human nature, I guess, to look at the grass on the other
side of the fence and think that it's greener than that in our yard.
Sometimes I have to force myself to look across the fence where the
grass is brown and dead and say to myself, "But for the grace of
God, it would be me instead of him."
So, this Christmas article is dedicated to those ofyou who haye
experienced adversity in your lives during the year, 1994. My
Christmas wish is for you, and I hope the Spirit of Christmas will.
permeate the whole of your soul and that of your family. May you
reach deep into the bag of gifts and find that consoling,, comfort:
that should be prevalent during this time of year.
SEach year at this time I am reminded of my favorite Christmas
stoiy. It is the story of Conrad and his Special Christhmas guest.
Conrad's Christmas wish was that God would visit him in his hum-
ble home. He prayed for that and God told him he would visit him.
that Christmas.
Conrad arose early that Christmas "morning. He cleaned his
house and prepared a warm fire. He also cooked a delicious meal in
preparation for his special Christmas guest. And then he waited.
Soon he heard a noise outside his door. He rushed to the door
and opened it but was dismayed to find an old woman, cold and
lost, shivering In the snow.
Although he was disappointed, he brought her in and gave her
some warm soup and let her warm by his fire and when she was re-
vived, he took her home.
He rushed back to his home and waited. Sometime later he
heard a knock on his aoor and thought, "Surely that is the Lord!"
But when he opened his door he found a beggar, cold and hungry.
He was disappointed, but he brought him in. fed and warmed him
and soon the beggar was on his way.
Still later. Conrad heard another noise outside his humble
house. He opened his door and found a little child, cold and lost,
crying in the snow. As before, he brought the child in, gave him a
warm bowl of soup and took him home.
When Conrad returned home the hour was late and he knew
that his special guest was not coming. He prepared for bed and be-
fore he lay down he prayed, saying. "God, you promised me you
would come visit me this Christmas. Why did you not keep your
promise?"
Then a voice came, saying. "I did keep my promise, Conrad. I
was the woman, cold and lost. I was the beggar you invited in and
fed and I was the child you brought in and fed and took home. I
was proud to be your Christmas Guest!"
May the Spirit of Christmas visit you this Christmas. That is
my Christmas wish for you!


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wording in their proposed resolu-
tion to Florida Power Corporation.
The resolution was adopted by
the Board requesting Florida Pow-c
er continue to maintain and oper-
ate a fully staffed office in Port St.
Joe. ,
McDonald acknowledged to
the Board that there have been
some problems relating to build-
ing inspection and power connec-
tion as well as with bill payment
and late fees. He continued, ex-
plaining what steps had been tak-
en by Florida Power to correct the
problems noting that some confu-
sion had been "created with the
office closing but that he felt that
most of that had been worked
out."
The Board agreed to remove:
from the resolution the wording
criticizing the power company's
service, since the office closure.
DRUG SUSPENSION
County Administrator Larry.
, Wells told the Board, that he had'


tnues its tradition of excellence
in service both to resort guests
and the Northwest Florida area.


received correspondence from
Crossroads concerning' the road
department employee suspended
from wqrk as a disciplinary ac-
tion after testing positive for
drugs in his system. 'Wells said.
that Crossroads recommended
that the employee, undergo 10
weeks ,of counseling and : 10'
weeks of attendance at AA meet-,
ings, both requiring the employ-
ee's attendance once per 'week.-
They further .recommended he be
reinstated at work during the
treatment period.
The Board agreed to allow the
employee to return to work once
it has been documented that he
Ss clear of drugs in his system
through a drug screening tesL
Union Representative Wallace
Brannon approached the Board
at the end of the meeting accus-
ing the Boad of not following
proper procedure, in testing .the
employee for drugs, nor in keep-
ing the information confidential.
Commission Chairman .Michael
Hammond told Brown that state
law superseded anything that
might be in the contract and that
any action taken by the Board
against an employee had to be
done by the Board in a public
meeting, as required by the Sun-
shine law.
In a special meeting Decem-
ber 16, Commissioner Billy Tray-
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that they adopt a policy of 30-day
automatic' suspension to any em-
ployee who tests positive in drug
screenings. The Board was unani-
mous in" support of Traylor's
tough stance on drug abuse, not-
ing that the policy would not af-
fect union 'employees until it
could be negotiated into their
contract but would apply to all
non-union employees immediate-
ly.
IN. OTHER BUSINESS
Agreed to accept Southeast-
ern Mechanicals bid of
$56,398.12 to replace the Stone-
mill Creek bridge.
Awarded R. H. Moore and
Associates, Inc., the contract to
furnish 9.000 square yards of,
erosion matting at a cost of
$4,122.
.* AgreedAto advertise for bids
'to replace Victoria Bridge in High-
land View.
*Agreed to support Bo Lis-
ter's title effort to secure a histori-
cal preservation matching funds
'grant to repair the roof of the Port
St. Joe Garden iCenter. The build-
ing. located on, Eighth Street in
Port St. Joe was built in 1925
and originally housed the Catho-
lic church.
Decided to cancel the regu-
larly scheduled Commission
meeting on December 27th be-
cause of the Christmas holidays.


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an abundance of good friends, family, food and fun for everyone!
Thanks to one and all for bringing us so much jo'y!


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Marriott's Bay Point Resort,
located In Panama City Beach, is
aggressively offering Jobs and
transportation from the Port St.
Joe area to the Marriott. This ef-
fort to join employer and employ-
ee will be facilitated by Dave Roy,
Human Resource Director, Bill
Perry, Housekeeping Manager
and Mary Clas, the Port St. Joe
Employment Officer for the Flori-
da Jobs and Benefits Center. The
strength of this joint effort is
greatly enhanced by a new van
pool transportation service spon-
sored by the Marriott Resort. The
van pool will offer round trip
transportation from the Port SL
Joe to the Marriott.
Marriott and the Florida Jobs
and Benefits Center will host a
Job Fair on Friday. January 6th
from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at
the Marriott. The Job Fair will be
dedicated soley for the..intervlew-
Ing of applicants by the Marriott
Resort for positions in the Servic-
es Department The Florida Jobs
and Benefits Service of Port SL
Joe will be accepting applications
on an on-going basis through
Thursday, January 5th. Interest-
'ed applicants should contact the "5,'
-Pdcrt',,SL -j'be -"Florida Uolbs 'lU'
Benefits Center directly. Marri-
ott's Bay Point Resort, a drug free
workplace employer, offers year
round employment and a progres-
sive benefits package such as
paid vacations, and medical bene-
fits.
The future of the Marriott
sponsored van pool looks bright.
with a projected start date for
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Brennis Is "4"
Brennis Bush, daughter of
Mike and Anealia Bush of St. Joe
Beach, celebrated her fourth
birthday Saturday, December 10.
Brennis, along with friends
and family, enjoyed a party at
Chuck E. Cheese in Panama City.
Friends attending from Port St.
Joe were Bryce and Reis Nelson,
Douglas and Daniel May, Mat-
thew Wright, Morgan Wood, Rich-
ard O'Donnell, Lynde Taylor and
Morgan Peak. Family from Chi-
pley were cousins Lance and Kara
Bush, Danielle and Jennifer
Guettler. Also attending were
Aunt Kim and Uncle iDaniel, Aunt
Debbie and Uncle Pat Her broth-
er Blaine, Grandma Johnson and
Gurnie Bush made the occasion
extra special.
Brennis Is the granddaughter
of Sarah and Ed Franklin of St.
Joe Beach, Ronald and Kim Bush
and Ann Johnson of Chipley.


Brennis Bush


Gulf County's 1995 Junior Miss finalists shown above, from left
are: Michelle Tapia, 5th Alternate: Heather Hanson, 3rd Alternate;


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Missy Nobles,


1st Alternate; Nikki Williams, 1995 Junior Miss;
2nd Alternate; and Harlotte Bolden, 4th Alternate.


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Nikki Williams Is Gulfs Jr. Miss


Miss Nikkl Williams was
crowned Gulf County's 1995 Jun-
ior Miss during a program held
Saturday, December 17th, in the
Port SL Joe Elementary School
Auditorium. Nikki was also given
the award in the category of pres-
ence and composure. She will
represent Gulf County in the
state competition in March at
Deltona.
Miss Caroline Lister. 1994.
Gulf County Junior Miss, was
mistress of ceremonies for the
evening.
Seventeen outstanding young
ladies representing high schools
throughout the county presented
themselves in the 28th annual
competition. The distinguished
group included Harlotte Bolden,
Jolene Carithers, Amber Conley,
Tammy Demille, Leigha Davis.
Stephanie Gaddis, Natalie Gant,
Heather Hanson, Tawanda Jen-
kins, Alice Kennington, Rachel
Lane. Misty Loftin, Chrystina
Marquardt, Missy Nobles, Mi-


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chelle Tapla, Georgette Walden
and Nikkl Williams.
They each participated in an
array of categories which includ-
ed scholastic achievement, panel
discussion, presence and compo-
sure, physical fitness and creative
and performing arts. Awards are
presented each year to the con-
testant rating the highest score In
each.
* The contestants with the
highest accumulative scores in all
areas of the competition were: 5th
alternate, Michelle Tapia; 4th al-
ternate, Harlotte Bolden: 3rd al-
ternate, Heather Hanson; 2nd al-
ternate, Missy Nobles: and 1st
alternate. Misty Loftin.
Receiving the award for the
scholastic achievement category
was Alice Kennington., She was
the contestant with the highest
overall grade point average.
Taking the award in the pan-
el discussion category was Heath-
er Hanson. She was selected fol-


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lowing an Interview process
Involving the group of judges and
each contestant prior to Saturday
night's program.
Leigha Davis was selected by
the judges as the contestant to
receive the award for physical fit-
ness. Their decision was based on
the abilities demonstrated by the
young ladles in a lively dance/
aerobic routine they performed
during the program Saturday
nighL
Following a talent perfor-
mance before the audience by
each contestant. Harlotte Bolden
was chosen to receive the creative
and performing arts category
award. She selected the song en-
titled "Keep Your Eye Upon The
Sparrow" to present to them.
This year Georgette Walden
was honored with the Spirit
Award. A Spirit Award is present-
ed to the contestant who, during
the preparation for the pageant,
demonstrates friendliness toward
the other contestants, maintains
a good attitude and is encourag-
ing to those who may need it dur-
ing those trying nights of prac-
tice. The winner of this award is
determined by a vote tallied from
all of the contestants prior to the
beginning of the evening's pa-
geantfestivitiues:
Ah Ambassador Award:' pre-'
sented this year to Tawanda Jen-
kins, is given to the contestant
that has most actively promoted
'the Junior Miss Pageant through-
out the community through word
of mouth and the sale of the most
admission tickets to the event.
Each contestant was asked to
invite a special little girl to partic-
ipate with them during the por-
Uon of the program highlighting
their presence and composure.
These young ladies were, for the
duration of that evening, their
"Little Sister". The "Little Sisters"
were to precede their "Big Sister"
onto the stage and present them
with a lovely rose.
The "Little Sisters" selected
by the contestants were: Becky
Belin, Elizabeth Blackmon, Brit-
tany Bryant. Caroline Capps.
Jenna Chesser, Nicole Devine,
Susan Ellmer, Hall Harden, Erica
McNalr, Brittany Miller, Krista
Parker. India Patterson, Kristen
Renfro. Anna Salzer, Leah Taylor.
Erica Tuten and Haley Wood.
A special moment in the pro-
gram was the presentation of the
Hall of Fame plaques to represen-
tatives of each of the high schools
In the county. Program organizers
fel It was only fitting that these
be placed in their hands by Ca-
role Lamberson Kahl, Gulf
County's Junior Miss In 1969. Af-
terward. she addressed the con-
testants on her thoughts and re-
membrances of her participation
in the Junior Miss program.
Each plaque was Imprinted
with the names of all of Gulf
Cotmty's Junior Miss winners


since the program's inception in
1969. They were: 1969, Carole
Lamberson; 1970, Laura Gull-
ford; 1971, Holly Hendrix; 1972
Phyllis Thomason: 1973, Jeri
Rich: 1974. Eva Maddox; 1975.
Sandv Ward; 1976, Cheryl Hatch-
er: 1977, Cindy Cassanj; 1978,
Teresa Fortner: 1979. Paula Tan-
kersley and Tonya Allen; 1980.
Dianne Graham; 1981, Leslie Co-
sutn; 1982, Jenny Totman; 1983.
Towan Peters: 1984, Melissa
Wood; 1985, Paula Ward: 1986,
Jenny Bloodworth; 1987, Nancy
Stoutamire: 1988. Melissa Wat-
son; 1989, Marcie Rathbun;:
1990. Patti Mathes; 1991. Kim
Davis; 1992. Tracy Davis: 1993,
Cagi Lindsev; 1994, Caroline Us-
ter; and 1995. Nikki Williams.
Entertainment during the
evening was provided by 1985
Miss Panama City, Rhonda Child-
er Newsom, "Little Miss Panama
City", Jana Massey. and local vo-
calist, Sissy Pippin. Also, mem-
bers of Cindy's Darlin' Dolls and
Dancers performed several dance
routines.
The Gulf County Junior Miss
Program was sponsored and orga-
nized by the Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association. Mr. Jerry
Stokoe and the Association wish
to extend their sincere apprecia-
* ion to the people and business of
Gulf County for their contribu-
tions and support of the program.
A special expression of
thanks goes out to the seventeen
beautiful young ladies Involved In
the program this year, and to
each of their families.


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Government panel gives chiropractors a crack at back pain.


Reprint fromKnight-Ridder News-!
papers, by Delthia Ricks
On Thursday, a 23-member fed-
eral panel led by an orthopedic
surgeon issued back-care guide-,
lines that are already sparking con- :
troversy but validate what chiro-'
practors have said all along: spinal,
manipulation works. :,,
The panel of experts is advising
people with sudden, sharp back
pain to:
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* Start moderate exercise as soon
as possible.
* If in need of professional help,
see a health-care professional who
performs spinal manipulation.
The guidelines, from the U. S.
Agency for Health Care Policy and
Research, focus on the sharp, acute
back pain that afflicts an estimated
8 million Americans and costs the
nation about $20 billion annually,
according to 1990 figures.
The federal panel of experts, led


by Dr. Stanley J. Bigos, professor of
orthopedic surgery at the Universi-
. ty of Washington in Seattle, re-
viewed more than 3,900 studies to
prepare the new back-care guide-
lines.
"The real problem with back-
ache is not the pain but the impact
of being limited by the pain, which
can increase the possibility of long-
term disability," Bigos said.
Surgery helps only one in 100
people with acute low-back prob-
lems, he said, and there is no scien-


tific data supporting the use of po-
tent steroid medications.
Rather than high-tech diagnos-
tics and therapies the panel recom-
mended applying an ice pack to
the painful area for five or 10 min-
utes. That should provide relief
within the first' 48 hours. If not, a
hot shower or heating pad may
work. If those fail, spinal manipu-
lation probably is the best profes-
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. DEC. 22, 1994 PAGE SA


Honor Retiring
Judge Taunton
S The public is invited to attend
a reception honoring Judge David
L. Taunton on Thursday. Decem-
ber 22, between 11:00 a.m. and
1:00 p.m. at the Gulf County
Public Library.
Judge Taunton Is retiring af-
ter serving as Gulf County Judge
for the past 21 years.


HAPPY 1TH BIRTHDAY
CODY /IILAN DANDYI
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Jared Taylor Arnold

Jared Is Two!
Jared Taylor Arnold, son of
John and Kathy Arnold, celebrat-
ed his second birthday on Decem-
ber 8 with a.101 Dalmatlan par-
ty.
Enjoying Jared's special day
were his mom and dad, his big
sister Kathryn, Aunt Krissy and.
'cousin Jacob Gentry and his
friends Reis and. Bryce Nelson,
Kayla Mingeriand Sue Hanlon.
Jared is the grandson of
Charles and Esther Dickson,
Jean Arnold and the late Lucien
Arnold, all of Beacon Hill.


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Another "Gator"
Graduates
The University of Florida held
its fall graduation exercises on
December 17 at the Stephen C.
O'Connell Center in Gainesville.
Among the honored gradu-
ates was Michael McKnight. who
received a Bachelor of Science
Degree in Sport Management.
Michael Is the son of Bob and
Marilyn McKnight of Jacksonvile
and grandson of Lucille McKnight
of Port St. Joe.

Final Plans
Final plans for the wedding ,
uniting Deby Monteiro and Paul
Clukeyhave been announced.
The ceremony will take place
at 1:00 p.m., E.S.T., on Saturday,
December 31 at Grace Baptist
Church (second floor, First Union
Bank) in Port St. Joe. A reception
will follow at St. Joseph's Catho-
lic Church on Twentieth Street.
All friends and relatives are
Invited to attend this blessed
event.

Briggs' to Have
Holiday Guests
Martin, Cathy and Joshua
Briggs will visit grandparents.
Jock and Betty Briggs, at Cape
San Bias from December 21
through 26 for a Merry Christ-
mas. Martin, Cathy and Joshua
live in Diamond Head, Mississip-
pi. where Martin is a senior floor-
man on the Bayou Caddy Jubilee
Casino Boat. Cathy is in promo- -
tional 'advertisement with Days
Inn.


Victoria Hightower

Victoria is Four!
Victoria Hightower celebrated
her fourth birthday on Pecember
22. She is the daughter of Donna
Hightower and Linnie and Randy
Hightower. She has one brother,'
Randy. Jr.

Florida

Farm Facts
Florida is the nation's No. 1
producer of fresh cucumbers, ac-
counting for 52.1 percent of the
U.S. cash receipts for sales in
1993. The cucumber is thought
to be native to India, although
plant explorers have never been
able to discover a wild prototype.
Reliable records indicate they
were used as a food in ancient
Egypt, and were popular with the
Greeks and Romans. Columbus
. brought cucumbers, to the New
World.


Letter of Thanks
On behalf of the Wewahitch-
ka Chamber of Commerce, I
would like to say to everyone who
participated in our 1994 Christ-
mas Celebration & Parade activi-
ties a very heartfelt 'Thank You".
A special '"Thank You" to Mr.
Hubb Norris and all the employ-
ees of Gulf Coast Electric for as-
sisting us with the lights on the
tree and providing us their em-
ployees and equipment. The use
of the bucket truck by the kids
for hanging their ornaments.
brought many smiles as eyes
glared with excitement as they
rode to the top of the tree to hang
their ornament. Thanks to Bill
and Jeannie Day for furnishing
pony rides throughout the day,
thanks to the Wewa Women's
Club and the WHS National Hon-
or Society for assisting with trim-
ming the tree. Thanks to all who,
donated toys or funds to be used
for our Toy Walk. Thanks also to
those who baked cakes for out
Cake Walk and Thanks to Mr.
Bob Davis for operating our
sound system throughout the
day.
I would like to, express
'thanks also to everyone who as-
sisted us in providing the dinner
meal for the Shriners. Thank you
to Mr. Billy Suber and all the
members of the Tupelo, Masonic
Lodge and the Eastern Star for
preparing this meal. Thank you
to the City. County Officials and
Staff for assisting In our efforts to
plan and prepare for our Christ-
mas Celebration. Thanks to every
Individual, business and church
that participated in our parade.
This year's parade was the
biggest and best in our town's
history and It was made possible
by everyone joining in and shar-
ing "The Spirit of Christmas" with
our entire community.
I hope I didn't leave anyone'
out, if I did it wasn't intentional.
So let me say to everyone Thank
You and man you have a Wonder-
ful and Joyous Holiday Season as
we all continue to share In "The
Spirit of Christmas".
Sincerely,
Carolyn M. Husband
Chamber President

It's a Girl!
Kara Nicole Burrows, daugh-
ter of Stacy and Gloria Burrows
of Fountain,was born on Novem-
ber 26 at Sacred Heart Hospital
in Pensacola. She entered the
world weighing only 4 pounds 6.6
ounces and measuring 16 1/4" in
length.
Kara's grandparents are Earl -
and Clovette Burrows of Over-
street. Norman Briggs of Wewa-
hitchka and Betty Briggs of Foun-
tain.

Thank You
The Demmings family would
like to express their deepest
thanks and appreciation to all the
wonderful people of Port St. Joe
who made the home going of our
mother, Deloris Demmings, a
comforting memorial. With spe-
cial thanks to Philadelphia Primi-
tive Baptist Church, Taylor and
Sally Jenkins- and the Parker
family. The City of Port St. Joe
will always hold a special place in
the hearts of the Demmings fami-
ly.
The Demmlngs Family


Receives Degree
Degrees were awarded to 225
candidates in impressive com-
mencement exercises held De-
cember 2 on the campus of Geor-
gia Southwestern College in
Americus, Dr. William H. Capi-
tan, President, announced.
Speaker for the occasion was
Dr. John J. Gates, Director of the
Mental Health Program for the
Carter Center at Emory Universi-
ty.
Dr. Jerry F. Williams, Vice
President of Academic Affairs and
Dean of the Faculty at South-
western, presented the candi-
dates for conferring of degrees by
President Capitan.
Ben H. Daniel. Columbus.
President of the Board of Direc-
tors of the Georgia Southwestern
College of National Alumni Asso-
ciation. conferred membership on
the new alumni.
Receiving a Bachelors Degree
of Business Administration was
Richard Phillip Nedley of Port St.
Joe.


Many Thanks ,
The Highland View Volunteer
Fire Department would like to
thank Phil Earley at St. Joe Rent-
All for the 110' commercial water
hose he donated to the depart-
ment.
C. R. Smith contributed a lot
to the turkey shoot, and also gave
the volunteers the use of Smith &
Son's building for projects for the
*fire department.
Thank you to Victor for the
great job on re-painting the sign
for the fire station.
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teers appreciate the support from
the community and they strive to
continue to better prepare them-
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Edith S. Harvey
Edith E. Harvey, 62, of Port
St Joe died Friday, December 16
in Bay Medical Center. Born in
Attapulgus, Georgia, she moved
to Port St Joe in 1955. She was a
wife, mother, grandmother and
friend. Mrs. Harvey was a mem-
ber of First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Harold Harvey; one son,
Timothy H. Harvey and wife, Peb-
orah: three grandchildren, Miran-
da Marie Harvey, Timothy Levi
Harvey and Alyson Adale Harvey,
all of Port St. Joe; three brothers,
John Henry Stewart and wife,
Louise of Warner Robbins. Geor-
gia, Harvey Edward Stewart and
wife, Bernice of Attapulgus% Geor-
gia, and James Calvin Stewart
and wife. Pauline of Climax, Geor-
gia; two sisters, Florence S. Boy-
ett and husband. A. 0. and An-
nette S. Lowery and husband,
ErnesLt, all of Port St. Joe, and
numerous nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held on
Sunday, December 18, at 2:00
p.m. in the Oak Grove Assembly
of God Church with Rev. Dave
Fernandez and Rev. A. 0. Boyette
officiating. Interment followed In
Holly Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Gilmore-Southerland
Funeral Home.'


Hazel Blackburn
Hazel Ingram Blackburn, 72,
of Donalsonville, Georgia, passed
away Sunday afternoon,, Decem-
ber 18 in Seminole" Manor Nurs-
ing Home. Mrs. Blackburn was a
native of Seminole County, the
daughter of Alex J. and Doshie
Storey Ingram, a member of First
Baptist Church and a homemak-
Ser. Mrs. Blackburn was preceded
in death by her late husband,
Thomas Albert Blackburn. Mrs.
Blackburn, a former resident of
Port SL Joe, had lived in Donal-
sonville for the last ten years.
Mrs. Blackburn is survived
by four sons: Wayne Blackburn of
Snellville, Georgia. Tommy Black-
burn and Mike Blackburn. both
of Donalsonvllle, and Charles
Blackburn of Ridge Manor: two
daughters: Elaine Davldson of
North Port and Cathy Chamberlin
of Dothan. Alabama: one brother,
A. J. Ingram of Donalsonville,
Georgia: one sister, Ruby Ingram
of Donalsonville, Georgia; ten
grandchildren; two great-
grandchildren and several nieces
and nephews.
Pallbearers were Don Pritch-
ard, Slade Alday, Larry Black-
bum, Larry Alday, Rob Black-
burn and Alex Collins.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Blackburn were held Tuesday af-


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ternoon, December 20, at the
First Baptist Church at 1:00 p.m.
with Rev. Tommy Dobbins, Rev.
Luther Hastey and Rev. Billy Rich
officiating. Burial followed at.
Friendship Memorial Gardens.
Evans-Skipper Funeral Home in
Donalsonville was in charge of all,
the arrangements. ,
Robert L. Carr
Robert L. Carr, 67, of Over-
street, passed away Sunday, eve-
ning in the V. A. Hospital in Lake
, City. A native of Crossville, Ohio,
he served in the Army during the
Korean War. He was a retired ac-
countant, retiring from Greenking
Company in Columbus, Ohio. He
had been a resident of Overstreet
since 1990.
Survivors include his brother,
Richard Carr of Overstreet. and
his sister, Bonnie Jean Parks of
Barberton. Ohio.
Cremation is scheduled.
All services are under the di-
rection of Comforter Funeral
Home.

Troy E. Dobbins
Troy Edward Dobbins, a
farmer and shipyard worker, died
Friday, December 2 at Merrithew
Memorial Hospital in Martinez.
California. He was 81.
The native of Alabama had
lived in Port St. Joe from 1970
until moving to Bay Point two
months ago. He earlier attended
two years of Bible college.
He is survived by his wife of


35 years, Patricia Ferguson Dob-
bins of Port St Joe; daughters,
Gwen McGrew, Shirley LeJuine,
Alice Faye Fontenot, all of Loui-
siana, Sue Weatherwax of Bay
Point, Kathy Dobbins of Whittier,
California, and Verbria Cava-
naugh of Rio Vista, California;
sons, ,Troy Dobbins, Jr. of Loui-
siana, Farrell Dobbins of Florida,
Edward Dobbins of Southern Cal-
ifornia, Wayne Fall and Joey Fall,
both of Fairfield, California; 23
grandchildren; and 49 great-
grandchildren.
Services were held at the Oak
Park Hills Chapel in Walnut
SCreek in California. Burial fol-
lowed at the Queen of Heaven
Cemetery In Lafayette.
The family has requested that
gifts in his memory be sent to the
American Cancer Society, P. 0.
Box 4295, Walnut Creek. CA
94596; or American Lung Associ-
ation. 105 Astrid Avenue, Pleas-
ant Hill. CA 94523.

Delores Demmings
Delores (Irving) Demnmings
died Saturday, December 10, at
St. Joseph Hospital, Savannah,
Georgia. The 68 year old was a
native of Brantley, Alabama
(Crenshaw). She was retired from
Dade County Board of Education,
Food Service Department.
Survivors are: Jimmie Dem-
mings, Sr., Felix Demmings of Mi-
ami. Jimmie Demmings Jr..(Ber-
nadette) of Melbourne. Charles
Demmings. Sr. (Ruby) of Mel-
bourne, Robert Demmings (Meret-
ta) of St. Stewart, Georgia, Dallas
Manuel, Patricia (Alfred) Williams,
Sue Demmings all of Miami, Tina
Dupree (Calvin) of Brunswick.
Georgia, Melaine Day (Dennis) of
Miami, Mary Demmings of Mel-
bourne: three sons-in-law; three
'daughters-in-law; stepmother-in-
law, Willie Lou Robie of Milwau-
kee, Wisconsin; brother-in-law,
Eugene Parker, Sr.: sister-in-law,
Rosetta Parker, both of Port St.
Joe; 12 grandchildren and 4
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Saturday, December 17 at 1:00
p.m. at the Philadelphia Primative
Baptist Church in Port St. Joe.
Interment followed at Forrest-Hill
Cemetery with Rev. John Co-
chran officiating.
All local services were under
the direction of Gilmore-
Southerland Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe.
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, DEC. 22, 1994 PAGE 7A

Sharks Im rv eodt,-


Hosting


The Fourth Annual Gulf
County Classic should be the
best tournament yet, according to
Coach Vern Eppinette. The tour-
ney features two teams ranked #
one-with Apalachicola ranked #
one in 2A and the Tiger Sharks
ranked # .one in 3A. 4A Eustis
comes in averaging more than
100 points per game with their
latest game a 104-101 victory
. over 1A finalist Wymore Tech.
Carroll City, Alabama brings
a state-ranked team from Ala-
bama to add out-of-state flavor to
the Classic. The remaining teams,
Blountstown, Havana, Panama
City Bay and Greensboro all bring
basketball rich traditions to the
tournament.
'This year's classic brings an
assortment of styles from slow
and set-it-up to break-neck speed
and everything in between," said
Coach Eppinette. "It promises to
.be a real treat for the fans with
excellent teams and players. Noi
fewer than 15 young men are be-
ing looked at by colleges; that
gives a real indication of the
depth and quality of this year's
tournament." added Eppinette.
The tournament, began
Wednesday night with Carroll


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going up against Blount- PSJ 74, MONTICELLO 55 Instead of building on Friday'
in the tip-off at 3:30, Eus- The Sharks ran their-~record complete game performance, we
saying Bay at 5:00, Havana to 7-0 with a 74-55 win over Jef- took several steps backward wit]
g Apalachicola at 6:30, and ferson County Saturday night in players exhibiting selfish behav
harks capping off the eve- Monticello. The Sharks only led ior. If we are to achieve our goals
it 8:00 against Greensboro. by one point, 39-38 at the half- we must eliminate 'this anti
he. three-day tournament way mark, but poured 22 points Shark behavior," said Coach Ep
iues' Thursday and Friday through the nets in the third pinette.'
3 with games at 3:30, 5:00, quarter, while holding the Tigers
and 8:00 Thursday and at to just six points, to pull away. PORT ST. JOE (74)
6:30 and 8:00 Friday. Jermaiire Larry led the J. Larry 4 3 0-0 17I;'M. LArry 2
r ior's Cup in Tallahassee Sharks 'with 17 points, including 0-0 4; Jenkins 01 1-2 4; Adlnson 0
9 0-0 3; Byrd; 2-0 2-2 6;' Walker 3 0 3.
he Sharks will open play-in three treys. Des Baxter scored 14 3 9; Quinn: 0 1 2-2'5; Baxter 2 3 1-
vernor's Cup on Monday points, hitting three three- 14; Bryant 3 0 2-2 8; Crosby 0 0 2-
Christmas when they play pointers also, as every Shark 2; Williams 1 0 0-2 2.
y play scored.
onville, North' Hopkins,
cky at 9:00 .in the Godby "Saturday's game with Monti- Port St. Joe 25 14 22 13-7
cello was a real disappointment. Monticello 17 21 6 11-5
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"l'Ts tournament features
many fine teams which should
really help expose some of our
weaknesses and help us get pre-
pared for the new year. Madison-
ville is a national caliber program
and it will be a real treat to match
our-:program versus theirs," said
Shark Coach Eppinette. He add-
ed. "Hopefully, we can continue
to grow and mature, we will cer-
tainly have the opportunity."
Other teams in the tourna-
-ment will be Grand Ridge, Rick-
ards, Marianna, Milton, Orlando
Boone. FAMU, Quincy Shanks,
Leon, Madison County, Lincoln
and Jefferson County.
The tournament will be
played December 26-29 in Talla-
hassee.


Members of the VICA Club
(welding classes of Port St. Joe
High School) recently pur-
chased gifts for needy children
in the community in the HRS
Wish Upon A Star program.
The club, which is very
community minded, was also
recently honored by the South-
eastern Fisheries Association
for their efforts in fundraising
to help Save the Nets, an effort
to preserve fishing nets in Flor-
ida. This was the first time that
young people were honored by
the Association. Raffield Fish-
eries also treated the classes to
a crawfish cookout.
The young men are shown
at left, along with their instruc-
tor, Tommy Knox.


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Reindeer and
Fun Run Results
, The Port St. Joe Merchants
Association held its first annual
5K Reindeer and one mile Fun
Run on December 10.
in the one mile Fun Run, 19
runners took part in the race.
The top three runners, ages 14
and under In both the boys and
girls division, were awarded med-
als. '
In the boys competition, Ja-
son Gainnie placed first with a
time of 7:00. Dustin Crews was
second 7:43. and Talon White-
Eagle was third 8:24.
In the girls competition, Tra-
cey Fitzgerald placed first with a
time of 7:49. Jessica Pate was
second 7:52 and Bonnie Belin
was third 7:53.
In the 5K run. 23 runners
took part in the race. The overall
male and female runner were
awarded a $50.00 each prize, and
the top three runners in each age
group were awarded medals.
In the male competition,
Scott Hoxie of Panama City,
placed first overall with a time of
17:19.
In the 14 and under age
group, Ted Howell, 18:53; Chad
Thompson 20:58; John Howell. -
21:32.
In the 15-19 age group was
Germain Clark with a time' of
18:48.
In the 25-29 age group, B.J.
Smiley 21:11; John Cannon -
29:13; Keith Jones 29:49.
In the 45-49 age group was
lJerry Taunton with a time of
22:13.
In the 50-54 age group was
Marvin Hetrick with a time' of
30:54.
In the 55-59 age group was
Beauford Luckman with a time of
23:22.
In the 60 and above age
group was Bill Ullenbruch -
24:19; Theo Johnson 25:12; Ed
Knight 25:38.
In the -female competition,
Faith VanWert of Port St. Joe
placed first overall with a time of
22:20.
In the 25-29 age group, April
Bidwell 25:24 and C.F. Hender-
son 34:51.
In the 30-34 age group, Tere-
sa McArdle 24:05 and T.J. Ow-
ens 34:51.
In the 35-39 age group was
Jill Sechez with a time of 30:31
and in the 40-44 age group was
Lanlta Taunton with a time of
32:32.


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using his nose for a light bulb
right now. I love you I hope you
bing lots and lots of prests.
Love,
Tonathan P. Roney
Dear Santa,
I've been a good boy this
year. I want a gocart and a toy
truck. And, a toy birt bike and a
play gun. And the ultimate and


the red power raner. And I want
cool tools.
Love,
Kenny McFarland
Dear Santa,
I have been good this year. I
would like you to bring me a pow-
er ranger, a skate board, and
some roller blades. Do not eat too
, many cookies and have a good


flight.


Thank you,
Daniel Bennett


Dear Santa,
I bevleve -in you and do you
have a deer with a red nose? Is he
little or big? I hope I can see you.
I love you.
Love,
Zeke Evans


Dear Santa,
Please bring me a fo
suit, a Power Ranger suit,
new coloring book. I already
a Wrestling Nitendo tape. I
don't forget my Josh Bat
football suit.
Love,
Matthew
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a little]
do, a lunchbox, and some t
Merry Christmasl
Love,
Angelica
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a Gene
CD record player, and a po
ble. Merry Christmas!
Love,
Jeremy
Dear Santa,
Please send me a game,
cycle, and a drum set.
Christmast
Love,
Armande
Dear Santa,
Please send me a Hot
Power Loop, a Triple Arcade
lots of surprises. I like you
Claus.
Love,
SLeland.
Dear Santa.,
Please bring me new lig
tennis -shoes, a Power R1a
and new clothes. I love youl
Love,
Justin R.
Dear Santa,
Please send me a big
.Barbie doll, a Toppsy-Tall
and a Tatoodles. Thank youl
Love,
Kayla
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a I
Ranger girl. some games, an
Bucket That's all.
S Love,
Audrey,
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a Sega
of Power Range Ranger, a white an(
Power Ranger suit, and a
Power Ranger lunchbox.
you!
SLove, '
S : OJared .,"
Dear Santa,
Please bring me some
"own make-up, a Cabbage
coll, and my own radio.
Christmasl:
S.. Love,
Erica
Dear Santa,
Please send me a s
drums, a Tiger's Zord, andt
fill my stocking high. It woi
nice to have my new house ,
Love,
SZeke ,.
Dear Santa,
Please send me a
Ranger, a computer, and
toys. Please come see me.
Love,
RaShawne
Dear Santa,
Please bring mea barbi
a sticker barbie doll, and
toys. I love you.
Love,
-Corissa
Dear Santa, "
Please bring me a choc
train, a racing car set, anda
ing Power Ranger. I love yoU
Love,
Wesley
Dear Santa,
My name is Kendall H
am 7 years old and live wi
mom, dad, Uncle Otto, Fluf
dog, my 2 cats, and lots c
bits. Please bring me Power
er stuff, walking pony, ur
the game Splat, and most c
train set. Thank you. I love.
Dear Santa,
This year I would like a
a Talkboy, Biking Barbie,
Sitter Skipper, Guess Who
ter Beach Barbie, and I
also like a WalkingBarbie h1
Don't forget to come
some milk and cookies.
Your friend,
Brittany Crocker
Dear Santa,
I have been a good gi
year. I want a bicycle for C
mas. I hope you thick th.
been a good girl this year.
some roller blades. My da
going to get me some but
have much meany. Have a
Christmas.
Love,
Danielle Myrich
Dear Santa,
I want a new walking
four wilder and I want a nev
I like the tree. Thank you
prezit I hope you have s
Christmas night.
jove,
Kyla Moore


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Dear Santa,
I hav been very nice this year.
I will put some milk and cookies
out for you. I hope that you leave
me some good things. I will name
some of your reindeer. Dasher,
Dancer, Pranser, and Roudofph.
Love,
Lacy Marie Cartel
Dear Santa,
I hope you have lot of fun le-
fen prezits to house to house and
you are nice. My fafret reindeer is
Precer and I love you. Santa P.S.
your friend breg. my a red powr
rangers swod.
Love,
Robert Doster


Dear Santa,
I wish I had a Jenny Gymnas-
tic, and a teddy bear and a horse
and some roller blades and a doll
house and a Barbie: doll, and
some new bows for me and the
colors I want is blue green yellow
red orange purple- and have a
good Christmas nihgt and I will
be a sleep when you get to my
house.
Chaissa Powell
Dear Santa,
I kown yoe have a hard and
long job. I wish it is easer then it
was last year. I believe in you,
Santa and I cout routoff and I am


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quire American Savings of Flori-
da, FSB (NASDAQ: ASFL).
American Savings is headquar-
tered in Miami, with 29 offices in
south Florida and approximately
S $3.5 billion in assets, as of Sept.
30, 1994.
Under terms of the agree-
ment, each share of American
Savings common stock will be ex-
changed for $21.00 of First Union
Corporation. common stock,
based on the average closing
price of First Union- common
stock oh the New York Stock Ex-
change during the ten trading
days prior to the closing date. The
price is approximately $253 mil-'
lion based on $21.00 per share;'
The transaction is, expected to be
Stax-free to American .Savings
shareholders. '
First Unioh currently expects
to repurchase between 50 and
100 percent of the common
shares to be issued in the. acqui-


sition. The amount of purchases
will depend on First Union's stock
price, capital needs and other fac-
tors.
The transaction will be ac-
counted for as a purchase and is
expected to close during the first
half of 1995, subject to American
Savings shareholders approval,
regulatory approvals and various
other conditions of closing.
In connection with the execu-
tion of the merger agreement, the
Ernstar Group, the holder of ap-'
proximately 48 percent of Ameri-
can Savings common 'stock,
agreed to vote its shares of Ameri-
can Savings. in favor of the mer-
ger at a meeting of American Sav-
Ings stockholders to be called to
vote on the merger.
"By joining with American
Savings, we will be able to
strengthen our share of the mar-
ket in. three very attractive
counties," said Byron E. Hodnett,
chief executive officer of First Un-
ion National Bank of Florida. 'The
merger will also allow us to bring


new services and products to the
customers of American Savings.
One of First Union's strengths in
south Florida has been our suc-
cess in merging operations while
offering uninterrupted financial,
services to our customers."
The American Savings branch
network Includes 29, retail offices
'in south Florida and ten loan
origination offices in major metro-
politan areas. First Union will of-
fer a wide array of financial prod-
ucts., and services to meet the
needs of American Savings cus-
tomers, including sophisticated
trust and investment products for
consumers and investment bank-
ing services for commercial cus-
tomers.
Jacksonville-based First Un-
ion National .Bank of Florida is
the nation's 15th largest bank,
based on deposits of approxi-
mately $23.1 billion in 545, state-
wide offices. The bank is a sub-
sidiary of First Union
Corporation. the nation's ninth
largest bank holding company,
with assets of $74.2 billion


LocalIndustry Council


Ranked Third in State


The Florida Panhandle Pri-'
vate Industry Council, Inc., 'ad-
ministering federal Job Training
Partnership Act (JTPA) funds for
Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and'
Washington counties, has ranked
number three in Florida .for
.'achieving federal. performance
standards in the JTPA program
for the 1993-94 Program Year.
The Private Industry Council
(PIC) has attained this distinction
by excelling in all six federal per-
formance standards and will re-
ceive approximately $140,000 in
incentive monies. This additional
funding will be used to further
JTPA employment and training
initiatives. To attain the number
three ranking, the PIC outper-
formed 22 other state JTPA pro-,


grams. Historically, the, PIC has,
led the state achieving the first
place ranking for two years as
well as the second place ranking
one.year, and tied with two other
service delivery areas for first
place one year.
Not only has the .PIC excelled
in the state, but also nationally.
Based on federal adult perfor-
mance standards nationwide.
they ranked in the top 10 percen-
tile in the country In three out of
six standards. In adult programs,
the PIC placed in the top 95 per-
centile in Adult Weekly Earnings
and Welfare Weekly Earnings; In
the top 90 percentile in Adult
Placement; and In the top 65 per-
centile In Welfare Placement. In
addition, in the PIC's youth pro-
grams, they placed in the top 78


6:00 p.mt. Registration locations
will be Port St. Joe High School
and Wewahitchka High School.
Courses offered in Port SL
Joe include: Developmental Psy-
chology,. Western Civilization II
and Fundamentals of Algebra.
Wewahitchka courses in-
clude: General Biology, Anatomy
& Physiology II Lab, Word Pro-
cessing with WordPerfect and
Principles of Sociology.
G.C.C.C. will offer a number
of courses through Open College.
Video tapes and audio cassettes
for these courses are available at
the Gulf County Library, Port St.
Joe Instructional Services Office
and Wewahitchka High School LI-
brary. Contact Temple Watson at
Port St. Joe High School or
George Cox at Wewahitchka High
School for details.


percentile In Youth Entered Em-
ployment and the top 49 percen-
tile in the Youth Employability
Enhancement.
The Council is under the di-
rection of Freida Sheffield, Execu-
tive Director, and is comprised of
33 board members representing
the eight-county service delivery
area. These members design and
implement numerous programs
that benefit the economic climate
of the Panhandle by providing
qualified JTPA applicants with
comprehensive education and"
employment opportunities.


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Gulf Coast Community College
will begin Thursday, January 5.
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like a cat, I wauld like a dog, I
wauld like a brbey, I wauld like a
computer horse.
from,
Alisha Chavous
Dear Santa,
I would like a whiter ranger,
and a green ranger, and a red
ranger, sage, and Sonic 2 an 3,
an books for 12t grade kids.
from,
Tom Boone
Dear Santa,
I would like TV, power rang-
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rolr blad,.. bik, radoe, sokrbol,
computer, sag and sonik 3.
from,' .'
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Dear Santa;,
I would like a brb hoese, and
bik, merke and a brd, I would a
tev, I like a now buse, I would like
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Vanessa Maestri
Dear Santa,
I would will like Gijoe, and a-
seight Bood and a white rangers
and a saga, and a sokr, and a
noor shoos, and a compucover.
and a TV, foot ball. .
from,-
Brad Sanders
Dear Santa,
I like a horse, I .like a power
rangers. I like a computer, brbey.
from,
Taylor Green
Dear Santa,
I would like a brbey I would
like a My size brbey I would like a
brbey house I would like a comfor
I would like a cat I would like a
compucover, I would like a brbey
dress I would like a book
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I Joy Matin
Dear Santa,
I would like a barbe. rig a dog
a shoes a brded a tev a book
from.
Kortney Presnell
Dear Santa.
I would like a brbiea, I would,


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a Umbrella, I would like a the Be-
mens, I would. like a cat, bog, I
would like a $100, bog 3 and cat
and cow red and mke, and cltes
from,
'Courtney
Dear Santa,
I would like rolr blads and
bik, rays track, power ranger.
from,
Unsigned
Dear Santa,
I would like a babyall gon. I
would like a rabbit. I would like a
horse. I would like a lion king set.
from,
Sarah House
Dear Santa,
I would like a brbe, I would
like a cat, I would like a brbe tap,
I would like a babdow, I would
like Bac Pac, I would like keabig,
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mufon, I weuld like a randirs.
from,
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Dear Santa, ;
I would like a, cat, I would like
a brbe, I would like a, tap brbe, I
would like a bacpac, I would like
a dog, I would like a bic, I would-
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Shelley Maylor
Dear Santa, -
Hol. Hol'Ho! I've been a good
girl this year. I want a barbie doll
and a lot of things for Christmas.
Karla Wiley
Dear Santa,
I would like for you to bring
me a Barbie Bicycle, some grocer-
ies, clothes, some skippers,
skates and a Baby Check-up and
some medicine with it. Bring Ken
some toys too. Daddy, wants a
bunch of clothes.
Morgan peak
SDear Santa,
I would like some tools, and a
black, black, black truck that
goes in the water. I also want a
three'wheeler and a rifle gun. You
can get the gun I:.want at Wal-
;mart. .- :" '..
Please ,bring Allise a three
wheeler and a gun, and my Pa-Pa
a new truck. Don't forget to give
Jesus something for-his birthday.
Gran says I've been a sweet
boy, and she'll help me leave
some cookies and milk for you.
Thanks Santa.
Mitchell Andrew Vause
Dear Santa,.
I have been a good girl this
year.-I hope you are alright with
Mrs. Santa Claus at the North
Pole. We have a rocking Santa
Claus, and we need some new
batteries (and another rocking'
Santa Claus). .
Would you please bring ime
roller blades, a skateboard. 'and a
basketball. And please bring a lit-
tle Christmas tree, an angel, and
ornaments for my doll. Tina.
: I will leave some cookies. on a
Plate, a Christmas cup with milk,
and a note for you (because I will
be asleep)..
Lynde Taylor
Dear Santa, T
My name is Meredith Todd
and I am 3 years old. I have been
a pretty good girl this year. I,
would like a silver brush, a tea
set, some red cowgirl boots, rind
Baby Tatootles.
We will leave you some cook-
ies and milk by the fireplaces
Meredith Todd .


Dear Santa,
My name is Douglas May and
I have been a good boy and will
keep being a good boy until
Christmas. I would like a cat
named snowball, toys, paint, bi-
cycle, gun, sleeping bag and ship
that squirts water. P.S. Santa
please give the girl Crystl some
presents.
Douglas .


Dear Santa,
I want a Topsy Tail doll and a
:.doll house. I want'.'a bicycle.
That's all I want. .
Kayla
Dear Santa,
Please bring me' a, Molly doll,
Beethoven's 2nd tape, coloring
book with crayon's, Baby Dream
House, Snow White and the seven
Dwarfs tape, baby doll with
clothes, crazy scissors with. a doo-
dle note pad, and a lot of school
clothes, tatootles doll, pet shop
vet center, train set and Beetho-
ven's pet shop.
Audreanna Merrill
Dear Santa,
Mommy says I've been a good
boy, so,will you please bring me a
Power Ranger remote control Su-
per Megazord for Christmas. The
Megazord. is all I want Santa, and
I promise to leave you some milk
and cookies.
Thank you,
David Keith Wilson
2 1/2 years old


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How are you doing? I am do-
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for Christmas. I would like roller
blades, a boom box with a c.d. on
it, a Sega game and a controller,
and maybe a T.V. P.S. please be
good to my brothers too.
Love,
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was selected recently to serve on
the House National Security Com-
mittee (formerly the House Armed
Services Committee), and also ap-
pointed to the House Small Busi-
ness Committee. While serving on
these committees during the
104th Congress, Peterson will re-
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returned from a, six-month de-
ployment to the Mediterranean
Sea and Indian Ocean with the
amphibious assault ship USS
Guam. the lead ship of the USS
Guam Amphibious Ready Group
(ARG).
Byrd was one of 4,000 ma-
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the 30,.000 mile voyage which in-
cluded duty off Bosnia-
Herzegovina in the Adriatic Sea,
and being on stand-by off the
eastern tip of Africa. After travel-
Ing from the Mediterranean Sea
through the Suez Canal and Red
Sea Into the Indian Ocean, Byrd
spent more than a month off the
coast of Somalia. where the Navy-
Marine Corps team stood ready to
protect and relocate American cit-
izens if necessary. The Virginia-
based USS Guam traveled with
USS Tortuga. USS Austin, USS
Harlan County and the 26th Ma-
rine Expeditionary Unit.
Byrd began the deployment
by participating in the 50th anni-
versary of D-Day with visits to
England and France. During the
D-Day commemoration, USS
Guam helped support the visit of
President Bill Clinton and numer-
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of World War II veterans.
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our military, however, my highest
priority is protecting the ability of
our fighting men and Women to
defend our shores and preserve
our standing as the most power-
ful, nation in the world."
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small businessman also gives
him a unique perspective, of the
concerns of America's small busi-
ness sector.
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ensure that an economic eniron-
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and participating in both -,real
world operations and amphibious
landing exercises with other na-
tions, Byrd also visited Greece, Is-
real, Italy, Kenya. Spain arid Tur-
*. key. ,' '
Byrd's Involvement in the de-
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the Navy-Marine Corps team is
designed to operate overseas and
respond quickly when needed.,
Whether delivering humanitarian
assistance, cargo, or troops from
the sea, these highly-trained na-
val forces provide a unique crisis-
response option, which can be
withdrawn quickly when no long-
er needed.
The 1989 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School Joined the Navy
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School News


Events and Happenings From County Schools


P.T.O. Decorated Door Winners
Announced
P.T.O. President April An-
drews announced the following as
the winners of the Door Decorat-
ing ContestI 1st prize of $25, Lin-
cdi Lawrence; 2nd prize of $15,
Becky Birmingham; and 3rd prize
of $10, Randy Harper. Congratu-
lations to all.
Our Sympathy Goes to ...
W.E.S. faculty and staff
would like to extend its sympathy
to student Laura Spivey in the
death of her grandmother, Mizzet-
ta Spivey. Laura is a fourth grad-
er. gr '
The Karate Kids
Second grader, Sarah Law-
rence received her yellow belt in
karate from the Okinawa Karate
School. She is in Mrs. Whitten's
class. Her brother, Todd, a sev-
enth grader and former W.E.S.
student, received his orange belt
on December 16th also. Con-
grats.
'. Vell not have rain here,
SMama." .
Chamber of Commerce Presi-,
dent, Carolyn Husband was a bit
worried about the -possibility of
rain to dampen the, 'Parade of
Lights'. She constantly watched
;the news for weather updates as.
well as the -Weather Channel.
When she and her daughter, Lau-
ra were :watching the Weather
Channel, the forecast was indeed
train for most of Florida. Clever
'Laura said, "Mama, don't worry.
It wont rain in Wewa- because We-
wahitchka is NOT on the map." It
wasn't and it didn't
Jennifer Williams is the Fifth
Grade Student of the Week
Fifth grade teacher, Esther
Taunton, chose Jennifer Williams.
as her student of the week. Jen- ,
nifer's favorite subject in school is
math and she would like to be a
teacher when she grows up. She
admires her dad. Jennifer likes
reading and watching TV. Among
her favorites are 'Power Rangers'
and THE LITrLE HOUSE ON THE
PRAIRIE series. Someday she
hopes to visit Busch Gardens. At
school, Jennifer likes to play with
Derrick Myers. Jennifer has this
to say about herself, "I'm a nice
person. I try my best in school
apd I won't drop out. My friends
think that I'm a good friend. I love
my family very much. I respect
them too." Jennifer also thinks,
"School is very exciting and fun.
You learn a lot by IL" As her for-
mer teacher, I'll concur with Es-
ther's judgement.,
Esther Taunton Is in
"The Big Apple"
Esther Taunton, Lanita Faye
Taunton,; Stacie McGill and Adria
Muina are visiting in The Big Ap-
ple, also known as New York City.
this week. Skating at Rockefeller
Center, a carriage ride through
Central Park, shopping in the big




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Third Grade
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department stores, and going to a
play or two are all on the itiner-
ary. I forgot to mention all of the
fabulous restaurants they will
visit.

Junior Museum Day for Third
Grade
The third grade students in
the classes of Randy Harper and
Linda Whiltfield enjoyed a day at
the museum looking at dino-
saurs. Afterwards. the students
lunched on Pizza Hut pizza on the
museum grounds.


Merry Christmas
On behalf of. the entire staff
and faculty at Wewahitchka Ele-
mentary School, we wish every-7
one the happiest of Christmases.
Christmas is' a time for remem-
bering ,the true meaning of
Christmas and the love, joy. and
peace that it stands for. God
bless every one of you.


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Students of the Week
Congratulations':to our' situ
dents of the Week!
C ourt iey -Cooley, Gekella
Clemmons, Jesslyn Rose, Bennie
Tiller,.Matthew Rose, Anna Kate
Reyn olds, Jamies Capps and Ran-

P.T.A. Christmas Program
..Our Enrchment students un-

der the direction of'Ms. Denise
Vifliairis; presented a Christmas
Prograni to a packed auditorium
lastweeCongratulatulatin to all of

you on a job well done
Handbell Choir Program
Last week our students were
treated to a program presented by
the First Baptist Church Hand-
bell Choir. The Handbell Choir,
under the direction of Sharons
Watson, played Christmas carols.
Buddy Caswell then led the stu-
dents n singing some Christmas
the Ficarols. ThanksptFirst BaptiChurch for a

wonderful program.
Grading Period Ends
The grading period for the
third six weeks ;ends on Wednes-
day, December 21. Report cards
will be sent home on Thursday,
January 19. If you need to sched-
ule..a parent/teacher conference,
please call 227-1221.
Florida Prevaid College
The deadline to apply for the
Florida Prepaid Program Is Fri-
day, January 13. Please 'call 1-
800-553-GRAD fior more informna-
tion.
Science Fair
Our annual Science Fair will
be held on February 2nd and 3rd
In the Port St. Joe Elementary
School gymnasium.
Bank Officers
e Congratulations to our Citi-
zen Federal Bulldog Bank Officers
for 1994-95:
Contessia Layfleld, Jennifer
Raffield. Tyler Weiniorts, Susan
Ellmer,-'James Daniels, Jolle Ho-,
gan, Patrick Fitzgerald, Colleen
Falbe, Renee Bell, Byron Jones,
Erroll Webb, Adam, Duke, Tessa
Collins, Carla Johnson and Jessi-
ca Sherrill.
I.C.U.
Here are some "I see you" do-,
ing something positive messages..
I see Evette Gant helping'
Mrs. Campbell carry a big pile of
books from her car Monday


By Julia Six
Congratulations to the boy's
Middle School basketball team on -
their 56-28' win: over Sneads.
Scoring the most points for the
Sharks were: J.; R. Leslie, Mark
Williams and James Daniels. The
Sharks play at home Tuesday,
December 20. Check next week's
column for the outcome.
Congratulations to seventh
grader. Erica Ailes. who starred
in the leading roll of "Clara" in
the Christmas classic ballet. "The
Nutcracker". Erica performed for
the Northwest Florida Ballet Com-
pany in Fort Walton Beach.
The Middle School dismissed
school for the Christmas holidays
Wednesday. Students will return
to school on January 10, 1995.
Everyone have a Merry Christmas
and a very Happy New Year!
From the Principal's Desk...
Wednesday. December 21,
marks the end of the first semes-
ter of operations for Port St. Joe
Middle School as an autonomous
school. During this first semester
of operations many changes have
occurred that provide a very posi-
tive atmosphere for the seventh
and eighth grade students. Below
'you will find a listing of some of
the changes that have taken
place. ,
OMiddle school,. construction
separating the 'middle and high
schools.
'Construction of a middle
School office and guidance de-
partnment.
ORenovation of classrooms.
'Construction of a middle


Hubert Six's health services pro-
ject for third graders.;
Dr. Curry spoke to the stu-
dents about working hard, learn-
ing all that you can and setting a
goal to work toward.
Thanks to Dr. Curry and to
Hubert Six, Health Services So-
cial Worker.
Sixth Grade
The sixth grade boys had a,
special treat when Coach Fred.
Priest of Port St. Joe High School
visited bringing with him a couple
of football stars: Ryan Yeager and
Chris Taylor.
The boys talked to the poten-
tial seventh grade students about
the importance of learning all
that they can in school, of team-
work and hard work and setting
goals for themselves.
After a classroom discussion,
the group proceeded outside to
the HAWK field to play a little
friendly football game and share
in refreshments.


From the Principal's Desk

Wewahitchka

High School
SBy Larry A. Mathes
Happy Holidayst house (I certainly hope there are
The entire staff at Wewa- no emergencies).'
hitchka High School wishes you a Congratulations go to Miss
very Merry Christmas' and a Hap- Misty Loftin for receiving the first
py New Year! runner-up award at the Jr. Miss
The first semester is in the Pageant, and a big thanks to Mr.
books, as they say, even though Jerry Stokoe and the pageant di-
report cards won't go out until rectors for the wall plaque pre-
January 19. Teachers return on sented to Wewa High School with
January 9, and the students will former Wewahitchka winners en-
return January 10. At that point graved on the front ,
the second semester will begin. All of the ball teams have
The high school will be. on a shut down for the holidays, but
limited work schedule during the not before the W.H.S. girls defeat-
holiday break. If you call and ed Wakulla and Port St. Joe to
don't get an answer, try again at win the Port St. Joe Christmas
a different time. If it is an emer- Invitational Tournament. Thanks
agency, as always call me at the for the nice trophy, girls!


'school bus zone.
Curriculum changes 'made
in, order to meet students needs.
*Establishment of a middle
school computer lab.
OEstablishment of a Student
.-,Government Association, clubs'
'for all students and a Jr. Beta
Club.
Expanded Intramural and
extracurricular athletics.
Since some of the renovations
have recently occurred, a planned
Open House/Community Forum
has been postponed until the sec-
ond semester. We look forward to
this event. As soon as a firm date
for the Open House/Community
Forum has been established, ad-
vertisement of such will occur.
We look forward to each 'of
you visiting Port St. Joe Middle
School.
Merry Christmas and a Hap-
py New Year to all.
Chris Early. Principal



Retired Educators
To Hold Meeting
Gulf County Retired Educa-
tors will meet January 3, 1995 at
11:15'a.m., E.S.T.. in the Mexi-
can Cafe room of St. Joe Motel.
You may order from the menu or
go through the buffet.
, The ,program for the day will
be 'Your Medicine, Your Pharma-
cist and You" by Rex Buzzett.
:Please plan to be present. Also-
bring your volunteer hour totals.;


We'd like to say Thank You
to Coach Priest, Ryan, Chris and
Hubert Six who coordinated the
projects as part of the Health Ser-
vices program.
And, the girls. were treated to
a visit by Mrs. Ruby Knox, cheer-
leader sponsor from Port St. Joe
High School, Lindsay Williams.
Crystal Tharpe and Nicole Roys-
ter.
;The girls were encouraged to
learn all they can while in school,
the importance of teamwork and
setting goals for themselves. They.
talked about' the' cheerleading
skills and what it takes to be a.
gqod cheerleader. The girls
learned a few cheerleading skills
and shared refreshments.
We'd like to. say Thank You
to Ruby Knox, Lindsay, Crystal,
Nicole, and Gail Blackmon who
coordinated this project as part of
the Health Services program.
Third Grade.'
"Almost Shot by a Shotgun"
by Austin Horton
Once upon a time, I went to
the North Pole. When. I got there,
I had to help Santa's elves build
things for everybody. We couldn't
go to bed. We had to stay up all
night long and we 'had to deliver
toys and stuff. ,
When we went real fast, I fell
out of the sleigh and Old Farmer
John stepped out of his house
with a 4-10 shotgun and thought
I was a clay target and tried to
shoot me. Instead he shot'the
sleigh on accident. Then Santa
fell through the hole and' Old
Farmer John thought Santa
Claus was a bigger clay target, so
he tried to shoot Santa, but he
missed again and shot the rope
that held the reindeer together
and the reindeer kept on flying
and one of their antlers hit the
moon and poked a hole in it and
caused it to blow more holes in
the moon.
So if you ever go to the moon,
look for holes in it. ..... The End.
Merry Christmas and Happy
New Year!


This week ended the semes-
ter at Port St. Joe High School.
Semester tests were taken Tues-
day *and Wednesday. Students
will return to school after the
Christmas break on
January 12, 1995.
Congratulations to
several members of
the boy's cross coun-
try team on their se-
lection to the Tallahas-
see Democrat's All Big
Bend Team. Germain is
Clerk was the only V
sophomore named to
the first team: Gabe
Clark was named to
the second team. Rob-
bie Dixson, Matt Dix-
on and Jonathan
Stripling were named
on the Honorable Mention list.
The welding class is at it
again. They have been collecting
pocket change during the month
of December., They counted their,
money Friday afternoon and it
was matched by the V.I.C.A. Club
and Mr., Knox. They will pick:
names from the H.R.S. "Pick-an-
Angel" tree at the Saveway Food
Store and buy gifts for needy chil-
dren at Christmas. Way to go,
boys!
Two thumbs up to the boys'
basketball team for being select-


By Jackie Quarles

Faith Christian School sends
its Best Wishes for a Blessed
Christmas to all our readers.
"For unto you is born this day
ih the City of David a Savior which
is Christ the Lord." .-;' ,
Students in the live year kin-
dergarten enjoyed a field trip to
the Panama City Junior Museum


ed "Florida's Team of the Week"
by the Florida Radio 'Network.
Don't forget to. come out and sup-
port the Tiger Sharks during the
Fourth Annual Gulf County Clas-
sic on Wednesday at
8:00 p.m., E.S.T.,
Against Greensboro.
S The Classic will con-
tinue through Friday.
S Congrats to Nikki
Williams for being se-
i elected as the 1995:
Gulf County Jr. Miss'
winner. Great job,
Nikl We are proud of
yv., ou! Good luck at
State competition in
S-'' March.
atch out!. We
have a Rattler among
us at Port St. Joe
High School. Dyshanda BoykIns
has been accepted to FAMU.
We're so proud of you, Dyshanda;
Way to go Lady Sharks .for
your 30-26 victory over Apalachl-
cola. They placed second in' the
Lady Sharks basketball invita-
tional., Great job, ladies! Keep up
the good work.
I would like to wish everyone
in the community a Merry Christ-
mas and Happy New,Year. Have a:
great holiday and season's greet-,
ings from everyone at Port St. Joe,
High Scthool.


Lion's Tate

:'Aeu's Column
Faith Christian School

on Monday. December 19. The di-
nosaur exhibits 'were the favorite
of all who went.
School` was dismissed at
noon on December 21 and ,.will
not resume until Monday. Janu-
ary 9. We expect to begin the new
year in our new buUdin .g e
The Lion's Tak \will 'on va-
cation until Jariyi,, 12. Have a
wonderful holiday.


P.S.J.M.S. Eighth Grade
History Students:
Ask your Teacher,
r;,.n, o,,, i A I aft-


"What Event -Happened
on, December 22, 1949 ?"
morning.
I see 'you, Mrs. Costin for be-
Arig a nice teacher! Love, Jessica
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Your gentle face and patient smile,
with sadness we recall.
You had a kindly word for each,
... and died beloved, by all.
SThe voice is mute and stilled the heart,
\ that loved us well and true.
Ah,/bitter was the trial to part, ":.
from one so good as you.
You are not forgotten loved one,
.... or will you, ever be. .
As long as life and memory last,
we will remember thee.
We miss you now, our hearts are sore,
as time goes by we miss youm rrire.'
Your loving smile and gentle face,
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It was like no other night.
There was a strange expectancy
about it ... an excitement a
magic a great wonderment .
an indescribable and awesome
air of anticipation ... as if some-
thing mysterious something
exquisite and intensely profound
were about to happen. The whole
earth seemed to be holding its
breath.
The shepherd boys tending
their flocks on the hillsides felt
the magic, the wonder of the
night and sang softly to the new
born lambs marveling at the
great glistening light in the heav-
ens.
Wild creatures stirred in their
hollows and hiding places be-
witched by its blinding brillianc-
es. The soft step of the red fox
could be heard upon the dried
leaves in the woodlands the
snow owl slashing across the cold
night air the magpie star-
struck raucously calling from a
dark thorny thicket
Silhouetted against the great
light in the midnight sky three
tall majestic figures moved
astride camels strangers in
the land. .. men of noble bearing
in rich silks and brocades adding
to the mystery of the night.
Bathed in the warm golden


light a donkey led by a humble
carpenter and carrying a young
peasant girl slowly made Its way
across the Judean hills. They too
saw the great light, but they had
journeyed long and weary
and wane they were In need of a
place to spend the night.
The little town of Bethlehem
aglow with oil lamps beckoned
the weary travelers. The donkey's
pace quickened and the carpen-
ter's spirits lifted as the soft lights
of an inn led the way through the
narrow cobblestone streets.
The Innkeeper a large
hulk of a man asleep In bed
woke to the sounds of someone at
his door. Annoyed at being awak-
ened at this late hour he fum-
bled in the dark for his lantern .
. and attired in his night clothes
swung wide the heavy door .
Irately informing them that all the
rooms were taken. The humble
carpenter quietly explained that
his wife was heavy with child and
about to give birth but the
innkeeper still shook his head
"No" adamantly insisting that
he had no room for them. Desper-
ate and saddened, the weary car-
penter turned to go. Then the
light from the innkeepers lantern
cast its soft glow upon the don-,
key and the beautiful young girl


in distress. And when he saw her:
he took pity and offered the only
thing he had a stable a
cave in the hillside. The carpenter
almost cried he was so grateful .
. and thanked the innkeeper
many times over.
As they made their way
through the narrow winding
streets and neared the stable the
donkey brayed. Sensing the dis-
comfort and urgency of the one
upon his back he was happy ..
for now they could all rest .
and he might even nibble upon a
bit of sweet straw.
The weary carpenter lifted his
young wife from the donkey and
laid her on a bed of hay. He was .
grateful for the soft fragrant hay.
Had there been room at the inn .
his sweet young wife would
have had only the hard floor to lie
upon. He looked about the stable.
The oxen and the ass with their
body heat and warm breath had
made it comfortably warm. The
inn would have been cold ... bit-
terly cold with not even a fire
place to warm them. They would
have had to have shared a room
with many people all strang-
Sers. Certainly not a fit place for a
woman in labor.. nor one for a
baby to have been brought into -
the world. Often vagabonds ..,
ne'er-do-wells.. ., thieves and cut
throats bedded down at the inn.
They may have been assaulted
and what little they had stolen.
Here in this warm comfortable
stable they were safe. The carpen-
ter smiled and falling on his
knees took his young wife's hand
and thanked God for guiding
them to such a place.
The hours passed and the
great light paused in the night
sky just above the stable Its
golden light shining down from
the heavens gleaming and
glistening bathing the entire
stable in light.
Heavenly creatures appeared
to the shepherds on the hillsides
announcing the birth of a baby
being born that night which-was
Christ the Lord.
The great grey wolf howled
.and paced in his dark den in Im-
patient expectation. The red-
tailed hawk plummeted to the
earth In anxious anticipation. The
black faced sheep bleated in great
exaltation . and a Child
was born.
They wrapped the infant in
swaddling clothes and they
laid Him In a manger.
A lennet flew from a golden
larch and perched above the
manger and sang a lilting lullaby.
The Baby smiled. A soft wind
whistled through the tops of the
olive and cedar that embraced the
stable. bending their branches
in beneficent benediction. The


shepherds came to adore Him.
The wise men brought their gold-
en gifts. The heavens opened ...
and a multitude of angels in
all their magnificence choirs
upon choirs of Cherubim and
Seraphim. Thrones and Domi-
nations... Principalities and Do-
minions poured out their
voices in heavenly harmony.
"Glory to God" -they sang.
"Glory to God in the highest.
Peace on earth, good will towards
men."

Food Safety Tips
i Soups and stews prepared
in advance should be cooled
quickly. If you prepare soups
and stews in advance. refrigerate
them as soon as possible, but
definitely within two hours of
cooking. It's best to divide them
into small shallow containers.
which speeds up the cooling pro-
cess and reduces the likelihood of
food contamination. When serve
ing them, reheat them to a rolling
boil. In any case, it's best not to
keep leftover soups and stews
more than four days, even if
they've been refrigerated.
Preheat thermos containers
to help keep soups and stews
hot. Many home-packed lunches
Include n a thermos of soup or
stew that tastes best when servn'ed
piping hot. Using boiling water to
rinse a thermos designed for hot
foods prior to adding the hot food
will extend its heat-keeping po-
tenUal and keep the soup hot.'
longer. Bring the soup to a slow
boll, pour it Immediately into the
preheated thermos, and cap the
container at once.

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visit Santa Claus at her home,
139 Betty Dr. (Ward Ridge),
(shown in the photo at left)
on Friday night, Dec. 23, from 7-9 p.m.:
All are invited to visit with Santa and :
get in those last-minute orders!


Christmas Scenes

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Dear Sant, .
My name is Brennis Bush
and I want a Babysitter Skipper.
a playdough cookie set, Baby
Check-up and some surprises for


Christmas.
, Where do you live? How
many reindeer do you have? How
is Rudolph? That's-all I want to.
know. .


I'm 4 years old. My brother
Blaine is little. He can't talk so I
will tell you want he wants. He
would like a soft pony and a choo
choo train. Thank you for every-
thing. ,
Love, ,
Brennis.
Dear Santa, ,,
I've been a good boy this
year. We will leave you something
to eat. I want a sega game, gogo
worms, the rattler, ricochet, flint-
stones video. My dad wants a tree
climber, boat and motor that is
1 4 ft.. :. .,
S Your friend.,
Austin
Dear Santa.
Thank you' for coming to my,
school. I have been a good boy -
please bring me ,a big, black
train, a fish bowl and fish, some
wrestlers and wrestler cards.
Thank you very much,
Albert Scheffer ,
S'r,., 5 years old
Dear Santa,
This is my first Christmas. I
'think that I have been a pretty
good boy this past three months.
I would like a Paddington bear, a
,soft walking wheels tonka truck,
and a pat mat. I love you Santal
Love.
Joshua Dylan Cabaniss
Dear Santa,.
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a big fire
truck, ambulance and highway
patrol car. I also want a big gun
like Justin's. Please don't forget
my little sister, Lacey Brooke.
Brandon Strickland
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a choo-choo
train like Bryce's, a pedaled go-


9iIlk


: art, and a guitar. I love you San-
tal I will leave you some cool whip
Sand milk.
Jacob Gentry
Dear Santa,
I want a doll, bicycle., and
music box. I want some, candy
and a bear.
Love,
Shannon Watkins
Dear Santa,
I want a Barbie Jeep and
some candy and a candy cane
and a Power Ranger bed and cur-
tains. I want a Power Ranger pic-
ture, pink Power Ranger car and
ta pink power Ranger book. I want
some fish too.
Courtney Thompson
Dear Santa,
,- I've been a good boy this year
I'm glad that Christmas is not log
and I want a bee bee gun I'm go-
ing to kill a squirrel with it and a
bird with it and I want roll blase
for Christmas.
Love. :
Zach Williams
Dear Santa,. ''
I have been a good little girl. I
want some thing for Christmas I
want a bike for Christmas I am
and the second grade I love you
Santa Claus. I live and lovray
Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Alicia Fennell
Dear Santa.
D When it's Christmas eve and
you come to my house I hope you
read my Christmas list and give
me some things on it and if you ,
do I'll give you some cookies and
milk.
Anna Salzer
Dear Santa.
I want a dolly and a teddy
bear and all so I want a fourwhol-
er. P.S. I will laev you some
cookes and nilk. P.S. my favorite
reindeer is Rudolph with is nois
so bright shining in the sky. Mer-
ry Christmas Santa. I love you.
Thank you so much for presents.
Love,
LaceyLowery '.
Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl this
year. I will leave you something to
eat on Christmas night. I can't
wait an till Christmas day. I want
a game called Mouse Trap. P.S.
And more gifts. By. -
,Love.
:- Anna Godwin
Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl I want
baby check-up and a phone I all
Sso want a big will and a barbie
van and a barbie camra light up
Jasmin.
KaLovegh Goods '
Kaleigh Goodson


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May your season be brimming with all the trimmings,
just as our hearts are overflowing with gratitude.


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Because tbhe all know,
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Dear Santa,
My name is Gene Maestri I
am 3 years old, I have been a
good boy this year.'
I would like it very much* if
you could bring me car, dump
truck, power ranger, play calcula-
to-, dinosaucer toy; sword, desk
and sit-n-spin. Merry Christmas
and Happy New Year.
Love,
Gene
Dear Santa,
.My name is TJ Maestri I am 5
years old, I have been a good boy
this year.
I would like it very much if
you; could. bring me Hungry Hun-
gry Hippo, Mighty Max, Biker
Mice, My Tool Set, Power Rang-
ers, a radio like my friend Jessie
has, and a new sword. Merry
Christmas and Happy New Year.
Love,
,TJ
Dear Santa,
I would like a new bike, a gui-
tar some truck and cars to play-
with and a big foot truck to ride
ori. Would you bring my brother
Kyle some trucks and cars also.
Don't forget Eddie. I will leave a
teddy bear and tree cookie and
milk under the tree for you.
Michael
Dear Santa,
I want something I like the
best, A nintendo like grandpas. a
("umm I'm thinking ) Blgfoot with
its own batters that's rechargea-
ble, and super van city, and re-
nmote control race car, and a new
bike I mean A Harley bike and
white paper with its own markers,
that washes off with water like at
school. The last thing is for Jessi-
ca, A Barbie Jeep.
Zackand Mom :
Dear Santa,
I've been very good (I hope)
please bring me a choo choo train
that I could put around my
Christmas tree. and a 22 gun so I
can shoot the targets in the
woods and a whole lot of cars and
trucks. I want a Santa outfit.
Merry Christmas I hope you have
a good trip going to all the towns.
Please bring Kayla everything she
wAnts and a plane.
Love you,
Cody Varner
Dear Santa,
I've been real good.- Please
bqfing me a playhouse a bike and
a Tatoodles doll. EBring my new
sister a doll too. and I'll leave you


some cookies and milk.
Love,
'Lil' Randi Chancey
Dear Santa,
My nave is'Amanda- Piccola. I
am putting down some gifts I
would like to receive for X-masl 1.
Sneekers (1 pair) 2. some make-
up (a set) 3. some rings and a
necklace.
Amanda Piccola
Dear Santa,
I been a good boy all year.
Power Rangers, skate board, GI
dJoes.. ,:. .. ".
Love,
Ethan Littleton
Dear Santa,
I would like a Pool table and
a talking tape recorder and a
bike. I have been a good boy
sometimes. I will leave you Pepsi
and Choc. chip cookies under the
tree. I would like sonic and
knuckles for my Gensis game.
Merry Christmas,
Travis Hopper
Dear Santa,
I have been a very good girl
this year. Please bring me a Big
Bear, Nintendo and Power Rang-
ers toys I will leave you some
cookies and milk under the tree. I
am leaving you a note you can
take back to the North Pole with
you I love you Santa. Please come
.see me again.
Gabble Whittington
Dear Santa,
My name is Tarah Redman. I
want a Gymnastic Baby doll, and
a my size Barble doll. and a Diary
w/ pencils, and key to lock It.
Santa I will leave you some cook-
ies and milk if my brother don't,
eat them first. Please bring my,
brother Travis a 4 wheeler.
Love you Santa,
Tarah
Dear Santa.
My name is Jerry lee.. I
would like a Big Frank, a bike,
'roller blades. Power Rangers talk-
ing gloves for Christmas. Don't
for get my house Christmas Eve -
There will be special cookies and
milk waiting for you.
Love you Santa,
Jerry Lee
Dear Santa.
These are the three most
things I want for Christmas: Elec-
trical train track and an Electri-
cal car track and an Erector Set.
Thank you,
Wayne
Dear Santa Claus,
I want to know how you fly
with the reindeer. I want to ride
with you. I want you to give me'a
bike. I want you to give me a toy
truck. I want you to give me a
racetrack, I want you to give me a
gocart. I want'you to give me a,'
toy monster truck. I want you too
give me a toy Power Rangers.
Sincerely,
Michael Bailey
Dear Santa Claus,
I want a Ricashade and a Go-
cart and about five Sega games. I
seen you in McDonald's. I wrote
this last year. I also want a Tom-
my Power Ranger and Zack and
Kimberly and Trini. I want some
more stuff too. If you bring me a
gocart I will thank you for it. I'am
7 years old.
Love,
Travis Chambers Burge
Dear Santa Claus,
I want to know how are you.-
I'm doing fine just like you.
My Name is Teresa Ann Bailey
and I'm 8 years old. How old are
you? On Christmas I want a walk
doll and clothes and a Penny Se-
crets doll.
Sincerely.
Teresa Ann Bailey
Dear Santa Claus,
I am seven years old. And I
want a doll named Tatootles. It's
time to say good bye.
Love,
Beth Cordova


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o New Life Christian Center Church ,
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Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Johnny Jenkins, Jr. Pastor
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Evening W orship ------------------------------------ ----------------6:30 p.m.
(1st and 3rd Sunday Nights)
Wednesday Night Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
We Are Covenant People'




CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


Bible Stud:
10a.m. Sunday ,
7 p.m. Wednesday '
Minister: Tom Skipper 229-8310


Worship:
11 a.m. Sunday
Nursery


WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Bo 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Corner of 20th Street & Mar' in Avenue


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



"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP"


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Gary Smith
Pastor


First Baptist Church
102 THIRD STREET PORT ST JOE
Sunday School 9:45 am
Worship 11:00 am
Disciple Training 6:00 pm
Evening Worship 7:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Meeting .... 7:00 pm
Buddy Caswell
Minister of Music & Youth


SWe Want You To Be
Part of the Friendly Place


.BIBLE STUDY .
MORNING WORSHIP
CHURCH TRAINING
Long

CHRIS CRIBBS
Interim Pastor


945a.m. EVENING WORSHIP........... 7:(
11"00 a.m. WEDNESDAY 7:(
S5 45 p am.
Avenue Baptist Church


)0 p.m.
00 p.m.
:00p.m.M


1601 Long Avenue


MARK JONES
Minister of Music


S first 'UnitedfMethfodist Ciurcfi
111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
h ",Morning Church .................9:00 a.m. CT
Church School ...................... 10:00 a.m. CT '
i Nursery Provided

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


''. *" Constitution And.1fonument
C ti dui e p1 nii PortSt.Joe,.
THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School......... 9:45a.fi Evening Worship ......... 7:30 p.m.
Morning Worship.... 11:00 a.m. Choir Practice
Methodist Youth Wednesday............ 7:30 p.m.
Fellowship........ 5:00 p.m.
S Rev Zedoc Baxter Charlotte Henderson
PASTOR YOUTH/C14OIR DIRECTOR


Rev. Marty M
Pastor
Phone: 229-92
Presently meet
the First Unio
Bank Buildir
Monument Ave
Port St. Joe


Dr. Barnes Will
Speak at LABC
Long Avenue Baptist Church
has worship services scheduled
for 10:00 this Sunday, Christmas
morning. Special guests for the
service will be Dr. Jerome Barnes:
and his daughter. Beckl. Dr.
Barnes will be bringing the mes-
sage with Beck] ministering in
song.- -
Dr. Barnes is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Barnes of Port St.
Joe.
No services will be held Sun-
day evening.

Tree Ceremony
Enjoyed By Many
Gulf Pines Hospital was all
decorated in its Christmas attire
for the".',ree of Light, Season of"
Hope" tree lighting ceremony held,
on Tuesday, December 13th. This
was the first year Gulf Pines Hos-
pital ever hosted a Christmas
Open House for the residents of
Port St. Joe. The ceremony was
performed simultaneously with
Bay Medical's tree lighting in Pan-
ama City.
Dr. Gary Smith of the First
Baptist Church In Port St. Joe
performed the Invocation. Buddy
Caswell, choir director of the First
Baptist Church along with the
Youth Choir and the handbell
choir performed many Christmas
carols for the guests and patients
of the hospital.
Guest speakers included Dor-
othy Perry and Ann Wilson, both
of Bay Medical Hospice and key
people in the starting up of the
hospice program for Gulf County.
Francis Pagels, president of the
Gulf Pines Hospital Auxiliary, ex-.
pressed her thanks and support
of this much needed service to
out community.
The evening ended with home
baked goodies made by all the
employees of the hospital and ...
no Christmas affair is complete
without a visit from Santa Claus.
who dropped in by ambulance to
give out surprises to the children.


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PAYSI-
Call 227-1278 to place yours. $3.50
for first insertion, $2.00 a week for
consecutive runs, plus 54 per word
Sfor all over 2Q.


I


SEternal Life!
can be God's gift to you this Christmas
if you will only accept it. .
Find out how at
artin '
254 TD '
ng in' UU
Ig Sunday Bible Study 9:00am
nue, Worship -.10:00am and 6:00pm
S Call for information about other study and ministry opportunities


A Big Thanks
The Gulf County Senior Citi-.
zens would like to thank the fol-
lowing people and businesses for
their support for the 1995 Junior
Miss Pageant. It was a tremen-
Sdous success and everyone really
enjoyed it.
Ann Guffey; owner of Ard's
Florist donated the shrubbery,
the .arch for the stage, and the
winner's bouquet.
Donna Keith (Mary Kay Beau-
ty Consultants Sales Director),
Betty Lewis. Karla Weslon. Jeri
Ashcraft. Louise Gainnie and
Sara Franklin for donating $100
worth of beauty aids to the win-
ner of the 1995 Miss Ambassa-
dor.
The following businesses who
purchased ads in the pageant
program:
Citizen's Federal Savings
Bank, Sue Marley & Associates,
Costin Insurance, David Rich's
I.G.A., Driesbach's Cleaners, St.
Joe Hardware, Costin's Depart-
ment Store. Newberry Eye Clinic.
Motley's Big Star, Western Auto,
Photo World. Marquardt's Marina
& Yacht Sales, Ard's Florist, First
Union National Bank, The Star,
Badcock, Hannon Insurance,
Buzzett's Drugs, Gold Hat Auto
Parts, New York Dpli, Parker Re-
Ialty. Wewahitchka State Bank,
Gulf Sands Motel & Restaurant,
Rish & Gibson, Attomevs-at-Law.
Bill Wood, NAPA Auto Parts, Ren-
fro Auto Parts. Toucan's. Apa-
lachicola Northern Railroad Com-
pany, First Baptist Church, St.
Joe Container Company, St. Jo-
seph Telecommunications, Senior
Companion Program. Mariaiina
Inn's, Inc.. Billy Carr Chevrolet.
" And a very big thank you to
Sandra Cannon, Pageant Direc-
tor. Without her help, the pa-
geant would not have been possi-
ble.,

Homecoming
Celebration
The members of the Philadel-
phia Primitive Baptist Church will
be celebrating their annual
church homecoming this Sunday,
December 25th. The, 11:00 a.m.
speaker will be the Minister Willie
C. Chambers of Panama City and
a former member of the church.
The Elder Jessie Hawkins cordial-
yIv invites all former members and,
friends to come out and worship
with the congregation.


FOOT CARE
I A HEELPAIN. ,A BURNING FEET
-PAINFUL FEET NUMB FEET
CORNS CALLUSES
TOENAIL PROBLEMS
-- *- DIABETIC FOOT CARE
CAN BE COMFORTABLY & SAFELY TREATED
IN THE PRIVACY OF OUR OFFICE
DR. BURTON S. SCHULER
The Ambulatory Foot Clinic

229-6665
Foot Surgery Should Be A Last Resort, Not First Aid
Most Insurance Welcome, including Medicare
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

2401 West 15th St., Panama City


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 .



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

Sunday School ........ ......... .......................... 10 a.m.
M morning W orship ........................................ .............................. 1 1 a.m .
Evening W orship............................. 6 p.m.




S"St. .Yoe Assembfy of 9od
"- 309 6th Street+Port St. Joe
,Bl Sunday School.................. 10:00 am,
Morning Worship Service.... 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Service ........... 6:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study......... 6:30 pm
Jeffery Salf
Pastor
SCome and Receive.Gods Bfessings t



THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

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

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor



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





Pine Street Overstreet Phone 648-8144


Bro. Harold J. McClelland, Jr.,


W.L. Tremain,


Pastor Pastor Emeritus
Sunday School............................................. 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship.............................................. 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening ......................................... 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday Evening ..................................... 7:00 p.m.



,*^AV FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
'- JL % CHURCH
O 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
t- SUNDAY WORSHIP.......................... 10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL.............................. 11 a.m.
( U S N' *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children

Nursery Available
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor


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Named Forestry Manager


John R. deBrauwere, a con-
sulting forester with more than a
decade of broad forestry, experi-
ence, has been named manager
of F & W Forestry Services, Inc.'s
Marianna office, which serves for-
est landowners throughout the
Florida Panhandle and South Ala-
bama. -
A Florida native. and resident
of Altha in Calhoun County, de-
Brauwere formerly was employed
by St. Joseph Land and Develop-
ment Company, the woodlands
division of St. Joe Paper Compa-
ny, at Port St. Joe, first as a tim-
ber, specialist and later as an as-
sistant unit forester. Since 1988,
deBrauwere has also worked as


John R. deBrauwere


Social Security
i 'Most Social Security business
can be handled over the phone.
You are invited to call the Social
Security office at 1-800-772-
,1213.
If this is not possible, you
may come to the office located at
30 West Government Street in-
Panama City. The office is open
Monday through Friday from 8:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m., C.S.T., except
on national holidays. .
If you cannot come to Pana-
ma City, you may meet the Social
Security representative at the
Gulf County Courthouse on the
first and third Monday of each
month from 1.1:00 a.m. until
12:00 p.m., E.ST., ; ..
In February. due to a federal
holiday,: the representative will
only meet once on February 6.

"Who To Call
Various factors can cause the
air inside your home to be more
polluted than the outdoor air. For
information on reducing indoor
air problems in the home, contact
the Indoor Air Quality Informa-
tion Clearinghouse at 1-800-438-
4318, and ask for a free copy of
'The Inside Story: A Guide to Inr-
door Air Quality.


an independent forestry consul-
tant to landowners in the Florida
Panhandle. He was a timber
cruiser for both St. Joe Paper and
Natural Resources Planning Ser-
vices, Inc., and an instructor at
Haney Vo-Tech's Woodland Oper-
ations Program in Panama City.
The appointment was an-
nounced by F & W President Mar-
shall Thomas, .who cited deBrau-
were's diversity of' forestry
experience and first hand knowl-
edge of problems and opportuni-
ties of landowners in the Panhan-
dle and South Alabama area.
A graduate of the University
of Florida at Gainesville, deBrau-


were obtained a bachelor of sci-
ence degree in forestry and re-
source conservation. He is a
member of the Florida Forestry
Association.
F & W Forestry Services, Inc.,
one of the largest forestry man-
agement and consulting firms in
the Southeast, provides services
to private non-industrial land-
owners, forest industries, inves-
tors, urban communities, and fi-
nancial institutions through its
seven offices in Albany. Macon,
and Statesboro, Georgia; Gaines-
ville and Marianna, Florida; Phe-
nix City, Alabama; and North Au-
gusta, South Carolina.


State-Wide Link Approved

For More Effective Public Safety Communications Network

Gulf County residents are much as other agencies have Highway Patrol, Florida Marine
closer than ever to becoming part asked to be part of the system, Patrol, Florida Department of Law
of a statewide public safety com- including many city and county Enforcement, Division of Alcohol-
munlcations network considered law agencies which are advancing ic Beverages and Tobacco, and
the most sophisticated in the to 800 MHz systems. Currently Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
world.. on the system are the- Florida mission.
The Florida' Cabinet this
month agreed to. proceed with ,a
communications system which
wotild link state law enforcement
agencies in all 67 counties. The
legislature will be asked to fund
the project at its 1995 session
starting in March. ..
The Cabinet approval signals" .
the go-ahead for all of Florida to
be included in theLsystem cur-
rently in use only in.South Flori- "-.
da. The pilot program in Dade
June-links five state- law en-
forcement agencies.- It has been
credited with providing faster re-
sponse to' the public, with in-
creasing officer safety and with.
state-of-the-art Information pro-
cessing capabilities never availa- ..." -
hble before. The high-tech 800 -
MlHz digital radios and dispatch -
eqqipment were developed by .* ".
Motorola. --
The radios-manufactured at '
the Motorola plant in Broward
County-provide accessibility to
256 channels as' compared to
only two previously. That means
that an officer in Key West would
be able to communicate instanta-
neously with one in this county
and that information in a law en-er Mk i BoltA
enforcement computer file in Tanla-
hAssee could be. immediately -t
trained. .
Originally designed to link ynt e
five agencies, the statewide sys-
tem is expected to expand. Inas-


Advertising Pays Call 227-1278 or 229-8997
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erry Chrisnas to one and all


St. Joe Machine & Fabricating, Inc.


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We'd hiL ,u all chime in and
wish ) u Ihe best holiday
season 'ever.

Driesbach

Cleaners


HEARING AID CENTER

618 W. 23rd St.
Publix Plaza
Panama City, FL
769-5348;

FREE HEARING
TEST
Top Quality, Name
Brand Hearing Aids

* Satisfaction Guaranteed
. Monthly Service Center
. Motel St. Joe (PSJ)
1 st Tuesday each month,


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SServing Port St.. Joe & Surrounding Areas


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AUTMTV FOR*RENT FOR RENT HELPANE


Wild Rose
Antiques
Christmas
Specials
featuring unusual gift
items. We have something
for the person who has
everything. Come see for
yourself. You will be glad.

HOURS: 10:30 5:30
Wednesday Sunday
7018 Hwy. 98
Beacon Hill, FL
Big pink house with greenhouse
1/2 mile east of Mexico Beach

904-647-3524
3tc 12/8







AUCTION
Fine Art, Reverse
Paintings, Walnut
Beveled 1IMirrors, Lots
of Misc., Stove, Many
Beautiful Gifts.
Fri., Dec. 23, 7 p.m.
82 Commerce St.
APALACHICOLA


Wade Cfark.

AUCTIONS
Cot. Wade Cark
904-229-9282
Bus. Lie. aAB000 1239
Auc. Lc. #AU1737' 2/22


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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. &
T. thurs., 8:00 p.m.
Tues. & Thurs. meetings at 1st United
Methodist Church. PSJ
Sunday meetings at Big Barn


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



THE FASHION EXCHANGE
220 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe

New & U.-Id Clothling for the Entire
Fannly. Accessories and Misc. Items.
Hours 10 am.- 6 pm. Wed. 9 a.m.
-1 p.m.. Closed Sunday U 12/1

904-229-8161
Faye's Nail &
Tanning Salon '
TOTAL NAIL CARE
Certified Nail Technician "'-
1905 Long Avi., Port St. Joe" 7'7
Wolff Tanning S, stem Call for Appt.

JOHN F. LAW
LAWYER
1-904-265-4794
29 Years Expdrience
WORKER'S COMPENSATION
PERSONAL INJURY
NO RECOVERY*..NO FEE
.7229 Deerhaven Road, P.C.,n211


1976 Chevrolet Caprice Classic, good
tires, good mechanical, good body,
$625. '75 Honda CL360, perfect
cond., $650 firm. Call 648-5662.
2tc 12/22
1977 Chevy Luv truck. The City of
Mexico Beach Is accepting bids (mini-
mum bid: $100) on the sale of a 1977
Chevy Luv Truck. Bids will be accept-
ed at the City Hall, 14th Street, Mexi-
co Beach, FL until 1/4/95 at 4:00
p.m.
/s/Sheri Martin
Administrative Clerk
'85 Ford Ranger with camper shell.
$1,650. Call 229-2727 days.
tfc 12/22
1987 Dodge Omni, 74.000 miles. at,
ac, 4 dr., good cond., $2,500. Availa-
ble 5 Jan. Call 647-3598 after 8:30
weekdays.. 2tp 12/15
.'92 Ford Taurus, take over payments.
Good condition. Call 229-9262, ask
'for Barbara. '" .3tc 12/8
'94 PONTIAC GRAND AM, 22k mi., 4
dr., white with gray Interior, 229-
.6961. Itc 12/22
'93 CHEVY EXT CAB, 271 pkg. 65k
ml., camper top, 4x4, one owner 229-
6961. ltc 12/22.


CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and out-
of-state vehicles. Two locations to
serve you. Mayhann Motor, Port St.
Joe. 229-6584. Mavhann Used Cars,
Wewahitchka. 639-5810. tfc 12/1





STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE,
White City, anytime, 827-2902.
S ,, .,. ; *', tfc 12/I 1







Apartment tfor rent, 2.
bedroom, 1 bath, ch&a,
carpet, d/w, ceiling fan.
Call Kenny, 227-7241 or
Phil. 227-2112.
tfe 12/8


Q., Port St. Joe Lodge No. 11
<0 Reg. Stated Communication
S1st and 3rd Thursday of each
month. 8:00 p.m.. Masonic HlaHl,
214 Reid Ave.
Jim Mannon, W.M.
Bill Jordon. Sec.
thru /94


C.,R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work, dozerwork, root
rdke,:front-end loader lot clearing,
septic tanks rain helds, fill Oirt
Rt. 2, Box A C Port SI Joe
Phone 229-6018


GRIFFIN'S CDT's
Tapes CD's Airbrush
Up to Date Releases
106 Reid Avenue
Phone 229-9228
5tc 12 '1



AVon

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

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


(904) 229-1065


LIC # RF0051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
ER 0011618
JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
MINOR ELECTRICAL
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA '904/229-6821


Heritage Villas now leasing. One, 2
and 3 bedroom apartments. One
bdrm., $287; 2 bdrm., $319; 3 bdrm,.
$348. Includes trash removal. Locat-
ed at 398 24th Aye, Apalachlcola, FL
904-653-9277. Equal Housing Oppor-
tunity. 4tc 12/22.
Office building for lease or sale. Spa-
cious, neat and convenient office in
business section of town. Will lease or
sell with owner financing. Call Bill
Sumner at 229-8226. Available after
Jan. 1, .19956. ti c 12/8
Gulf front, by the pier, efficiency, 1 &
2 bedroom apartments, furnished;
Friendly, comfortable home away
from home,, low winter rates. Call
Surfside Inn. 648-5771. 8tc 12/8
For Rent: Two bedroom. 1 bath apart-
ment, $365 month. $100 deposit.
229-6314. c' f 12/8
2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath energy effi-
cient apartment, $400 month. Call'
229-6314; tfe 12/1
Two and' three bedroom mobile
homes. No pets. 648-8211. tfc 12/1
Moss Creek Apts., 200 Amy Circle.
Wewahitchka. Affordable living for low
& middle income families. 639-2722.
Rent 1 BR $260; 2 BR $285. Cen.
heat & air. Blinds. carpeting, stove &
refrigerator. Equal opportunity hous-
ing. Hearing Impaired #904-472-
3952. 9tc 1 1/3


2 bedroom. 1.5 bath. 400' off Gulf.
,$475 month. Deposit required. 647-
3461 evenings. Lie 12/1
12'x40' furnished trailer. Call 648-
5306. tfc 12/1
The Phantry Hotel, Rooms Private'
baths or dormitory style. Dally or
weekly rates. 302 Reid Ave. Port S.
Joe. 229-9000. Ltc 12/1


Liberty Manor Apts.. 800 Tapper
Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable hous-
: ing for the elderly and the handi-
*capped. 1. 1
Cen. h &a, laundry facilities, energy
efficient const., handicapped equip-
ped apts.. available. Stove & refrig.
fum.. fully carpeted. I bdrm.. apts.,.
: on-site manager.
Equal Opportunity Housing Com-
plex. Rent is based on income.
This complex is funded by the Farm-
ers Home Administration :and marn-
aged by Advisors Realty.
Call 229-6353 for more InformaUon.
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS


Wewa Serenity Group. Presbyterian
Church. Hwy. 71. Al Anon meets
Monday at 7:00. AA meets Monday
and Thursday at 7:00.










SAWS ,* SCISSORS DRILL BITS
LAWN MOWER BLADES
BUTCHER KNIVES

LOCAL SAW SHARPENER
Ly H. L HARRISON ,
1008 McClellan Ave.
Call 227-1350 or 229-8522


We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade
Guns

Indian Swamp Campground
Hy,. C-387. Howard Creek



Wauneta's Accounting.
& Income Tax

Wauneta Brewer- St. Joe Beach '.
Sl.l -1647-5043, .
Su I









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












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


PINE RIDGE APTS., (904) 227-7451.
Rents starting at $225.00 per mo. Af-
fordable Living for low to middle in-
come families. Featuring 1, 2 & 3
bedroom apts. with cen. h&a, energy
saving appliances, patios &'.outside
storage. For hearing impaired call
(904) 472-3952. Equal Housing Op-
portunity. .' tfc 12/1


UNFURNISHED
'* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & re-
frig., cen. h&a, screen porch, car-
port & laundry rm,
*Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove
& refrig., washeri/dryer hook-up.
New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm,' ch&a, dish-
washer & st6ve, fully carpeted. No
pets.
FURNISHED
Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat &
air, washer/dryer hook-up.
One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hook-up.
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
Stfc 12/1
Warehouses, small and large, some
with office, suitable for small busl-
.ness, 229-6200. tfc 12/
'No need for wet carpets. Dry cleanly
them with HOST. Use rooms right
away. Rent machine. St. Joe Furni-
ture, 227-1251. thru 12/94


Full time maintenance person with.
general knowledge of carpentry, elec-
trical and plumbing. Apply in person
at 220 9th St. 2lc 12/22
Secretary. Gulf County Guidance
Clinic. Inc. is accepting applications
for a secretary. Duties include: typ-
ing, answering phones, filing, record-
keeping. Min. req.: high school diplo-
ma or equiv.. typing at least 40 wpm,
HRS screening. Must be personable
and relate well to public. Applicants
with experience given preference.
Monthly salary plus excellent fringe
benefits. Apply to: Edwin R. Alles.
Exec. Director, G.C.G.C., Inc.. 311
Williams Ave, PSJ, FL 32456. EOE.
The Gulf Count)y School Board Is an-
nouncing a job opening for a School
Psychologist. The position will be for
Port SLt. Joe area schools. Applica-
Lions are available at the School
Board office. Gulf County School:
Board is an equal opportunity 'em-
ployer. .tfc 9/15


SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR

Cren'sVilleOgraphlcs
CUSTOM PHOTOGRAPHY
for Any Occasion
31 Commercial Portrait Wedding.
For Details Call
KEN HORNE Photographer
229-8722 tfc 1/5

STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
All T)pe Electrical Work
24 Hr. Service
LIC. #ER0013168 INSURED
647-8081
ALAN STRICKLAND


KILBOURN PLUMBING
S 24 Hour Service
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Phone 227-1409
4tp :2/1


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


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



BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers'
Weed Eaters '- \
*Chain Saws ,
'* Generators '

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


Cook Needed: Kids Instructional Day
Service K.I.D.S.) has an immediate
opening for a cook. Duties include:
meal preparation, meal planning and
purchasing, and, accurate record
keeping. Minimum requirements are:
high school diploma or GED. Success-
ful completion of HRS screening and
regular training hours are required.
Experienced preferred. Apply to
K.I.D.S., 309 Williams Ave., Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456. EOE.
2tc 12/22
SHome Health Aide Immediate
Work Interim HealthCare is recruit-
ing Home Health Aides to join our
professional nursing team. We have
all shifts available in the Port St. Joe
area. We offer excellent,'pay, desirable
work and no employment fee. Must.
have Florida home health certificate
and one year experience. Call us to-
day. Interim Health Care. 747-0080.
2tc 12/22
LPN, Medical Assistant. Wewahitch-
ka Medical Center has an opening for a
LPN or experienced Medical Assistant.
Prefer candidate with basic X-ray. cer-
tification. Hours 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Mon-
day Friday. Application is available
at the Wewa Medical Center. Closing
date for applications: 'Jan. 3, 1995.
EOE. 2tce 12/22


LOOKING
for mature individual to assist Region-
al Vice President of Primerica Finan-
:clal Services. Take charge and man-
age a. portion of our multi-faceted
business. We offer high commission
income potential, flexible hours, many
other pluses. Could start part-time.
For interview, call today 648-8565.
4tp 12/15
Person to do landscape/yard. care
work. Must have drivers license. Ap-,.
ply, in person Barfleld's. Lawn & Gar-'
den. 328Reid Ave. ', tfc 12/15
The Gulf County Senior Citizens As-
soc. has a Senior Companion posi-
tion open. This position will be 20
,hours per week working in the home
of elderly men and women primarily
*in the Port St.' Joe area. You must
-have your own transportation, be 60,
years of age or older and be able to
pass a physical. Thisis a position.
where a stipend is paid along with
travel pay. Duties will include light
housekeeping, running errands, etc.
We are an equal opportunity employ-
er. Applications and information are.
available, call 229-8466 ifriterested:''
2tc 12/15


If the work is getting too much. Just
call Dona. I would like to clean your
house. 647-3683. Thank you for call-
ing. 2tp 12/8


COUNSELING FOR CHILDREN,
ADOLESCENTS, AND ADULTS
Barbara K. Miner, LCSW, ACSW
Pae. Clinical Social Worker, license #SW0002721
518-A First St. Evenings & Sat. by Appt.
Port St. Joe, FL (904) 229-1018
Stfc 12/1

STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All Types Roofing
30 years experience
Lie. #RB003000039, RC 0038936
"Where Quality Is Higher
Than Price".
229-8631

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


MOWING RAKING WEEDING
EDGING ETC.
C.J.'S Lawn
Service
Serving Mexico Beach, St. Joe
Beach & Port St. Joe
"I Will Work for YOU!"
Mexico Beach, FL *
(904) 648-8492
Lic. #5455 pd. Dec.


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


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
Call or See BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-7229
S M.V. 02522

-,11

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


Lawnmowers
Weedeaters dh
e* Tillers
Chain saws
Generators
*\, Pumps a
-.. Engine Sales J I


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

L __.,__ .1J


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
Pd. thru 12/


Let us do the caring while you're away
IN HOME SERVICE LOW AS $8.00 A DAY
Fully Insured


TRADES and SERVICES,


Bartender, all hours, apply in person,
no phone calls at Marie's Corner Bar.
Hwy. 71 & Overstreet Rd. In Wewa.
S" tfc 12/1
Needed: Applications being accepted
for resident manager and operators of
RV park in Northwest Florida. Man
and wife team preferably. Send re-
sume to: 1707 Montgomery Hwy.,
'Suite 125, Dothan. AL 36303.
'9tc11/3
Due to shutdown we have lost some
help. Versatile person with excellent
mechai-cal ability to work in Port St.
Joe over 40 hours available. Pat, 912-'
432-9316. tfc 12/1
Part-time people for some eerding and
weekend work in Port St. Joe, 912-
432-9316. tfc 12/1
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 12/1
CNA's needed for all shifts. Training
available. Apply in person at Bay St.
Joseph Care Center, 220 Ninth St.,
Port-St. Joe. tfc 12/1









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412 6onmet ve
PortSt.-Jo
904-227-741












PAG ..12. THSTr. POTST.JOEL THSD C 2


Large chest freezer, runs excellent,
$100 obo. Call 227-7125, leave mes-
sage. Itc 12/22
Two girls' 26" coaster bicycles, one big
tires, one regular tires, new paint -and
in good shape. $30 each. 648-5279,
Mexico Beach. ltp 12/22
Pistol, .357 magnum, $299 obo. Call
229-9282. 2tc 12/15
5-pc. group den furniture, chestnut
color. All wood walnut frame, sofa ta-
ble, all wood walnut inlaid glass. ex-
eel. cond. $300. Call 227-1234 after 5
p.m.. tfc 12/8
Port St. Joe Western Auto now hon-
oring entire Panama City Western
Auto company store advertised sale
prices. 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc 12/1

Name brand hand bags and wallets at
affordable prices. 229-2797.
7tc 11/10

Port St. Joe Western Auto now honor-
ing Panama City Western Auto -Co.
store advertised tire sale prices. Com-
puterized WHEEL ALIGNMENT. Sears
Card now at Port St. Joe Western
Auto. Discover TOOl 227-1105.
tfc 12/1

Panasonic copier, $100 obo. 229-
2727.. Itc 12/22
Western Auto Special. Computer spin
balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
S 19.95. 227-1 05. tfc 12/1

FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
Postage and envelope supplied.
Send request to Bible Study. P. 0.
Box 758. Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Craftsman tools and Die Hard bat-
teries are available now at Western
Auto Store. 219 Reid Ave. 227-1105.





Land for Sale: 4.37 acres located in
Wewahltchka on Johnson Lane inside
city limits. Road frontage accessible.
Residential area. For sale by owner.
Call Sara North. 912-524-5458.
2tc 12/22

3 bedroom. 2 bath home. many ex-
tras. 325 Beacon Rd.. Gulf Aire. On
large lot, 2 1/2 years old. For infor-
mation call owner. 647-3255.
2tc 12/15

2 bedroom. I bath home. Call 648-
8686. 4tc 12/15

For Saleor Rent: One bedroom duplex
apartments with lot. 2 bedroom mo-
bde, home with loL Beacon Hill. Call
647-3402. tfc 12/15
"Handyman Special"' 3 bdrm.. 2 bath
shell house, beautiful 1/2 acre. C-30
south Cape San Bias area. Reasona-
bly priced. Financing available. 227-
7506., 9tc 11/3


Business for Sale: Phantry Building
and extra lot. Income producing.
Three business units downstairs and
a manager's apartment, Four hotel
rooms w/full baths upstairs. 24 cli-
mate-controlled mini-storage units
upstairs and. down. Best location in
town for detail outlets. Call 1-800-
800-9894. tfc 12/1
For Sale by Owner: 1.4 acres at Sim-
mons Bayou, close to golf courses,
town and beaches. Call 229-2708, af-
ter 5 p.m. tfe 12/1
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 12/1

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 784-7841.
tfc 12/1

Owner financing. High and dry, 5 acre
homesite, ,240 ft. well, septic, -work-
shop,' 1/2 mile N. Dead Lakes Pk,
647-3581. tfc 12/1

Half acre lots for sale, Hwy. 386,,
Overstreet, Creekview Subd., $500
down. $96.48 per month, 120
S'moriths. Call and leave message. 229-
6031,. tfc 12/1

1029 McClellan Ave., PSJ, for Sale
by Owner: Completely remodeled. '3
bdrm. (1 sm., I bath, Fla. rm., new
roof, carpet, cen. ac/h, wiring, plumb-
ing, etc. Well w/auto. sprinkler sys-
tem, fenced in backyard, reduced: to
$54,000 obo. By appt. only. 229-
6861. tfc12/1

1/2.acre lot with septic tank, $9,500.
Overstreet Road. Owner financing,
227-2020, ask for Billy. tfc 12/1
LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery Road.
I mile off Overstreet Road. 9 miles
south of Wewa. Owner financing. Call
229-6961. tfc 12/I




Wanted: Retired couple needs to rent
2 or 3 bedroom house in Port St. Joe
area. Call L. Bryant 1-800-733-0462.
9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 4tp 12/8
Wanted to Buy: Used 5 6 ft. heavy-
duty disk for tractor. Call 229-6343
after 6:00 or 229-8997 7:30 5:30.
tfc 10/20


Consignments Wanted for -
AUCTION!
Wade Clark Auctions
229-9282 or 653-2563
ABO1239 AU1 11737
Col. Wade Clark tc 12/1


Advertising Pays Call 227-1278 or 229-8997 ,
to Place Your Classified Ad Today!


PAGE 12 .


LEGAL NOTICE
As required b\ Seciion 61041 dl of the Internal
Revenue C.:Je. the Annual Return .*:.f Taunton's
Family Children s Home will be aiallable for public
ir., pecuon lor a fenod ol I A0 days from the date of
hlis nonce The rerun may be In-pected a& the
principal oflfce of the Children 9- Home. wnich is Ic.
cated at 53A North Highway 71. Wewahltchka
Florida. dunng regular business hours The legal
address of this office is P.0 Box 870 Wewahl-uth:
ka. FL 32465 and you may phone at (904)
6392337. ,
ItE 12/22
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed proposals will be received in the office
of1 the City Clerk. 305 Fifth Street. Port St. LJoe.
Florida. until 4 30 p.m.. January 16. 1995. for the
aquisalton of meter reading equipment for the
City of Port St Joe. Florida. as outlined In the
specifications pertdninrg thereto i-
Specifications and bid documents rmay be
obtained from the City Clerks Office. 305 Fifth,
Street, Port SL Joe, Florida 32456, telephone (904)
229 8261. Monday through Frida., between 8 00
a m and 5-00 p.m. Bids will be publicly opened
and read at the City Commission meeting, Janu.
ary 17. 1995 in the City Commission Chambers.
City Hall. 305 Fifth Street. Port St. Joe. Florida ,
The City reses e the right to accept or reject any,
or all bids, or to select the Bid felt to be in the best
Interest of the City. .
/s/ Jim Maloy, MPA
City Auditor-Clerk
1c Dec 22. 1994

IN TI-E CIRCUrCOLTRT. FOUTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF TE STATE OFFLORIDA, IN AND.
FOR GULF COUNTY Case N. 94341
''- Case No. 94-341
wEWAMHTCHKA STATE BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.5
POLLY SUSAN WHI-ITTrNGTON. as Personal Repre-
sentative of ESTATE OF DOROTi-EA L GENTRY.
deceased.
DeferndanL t.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to-a Final
Judgment dated December 19. 1994, In Case No.
94-341. of the Circuit Court. Fourteenth Judicial
Circuit. In and for the County of Gulf. State of
Florida. in which WEWAI'ITCHKA STATE BANK. Is
the PlalnulT. and POLLY SUSAN W'HTrINGTON.
as Personal Representauve of ESTATE OF DO-
ROTHEA L. GENTRY. Deceased. Is the Defendant.
l will sell to the highest and best bidder, for cash.;-
in the Lobby at the Gulf County Courthouse. Port
St. Joe. Florida1:30 a.m. at 11:30 am. Eastem Time or
Wednesday. January I I. 1995. the following de-
. scribed property set forth in the Final Judgment of
Foreclosure:
Lot Eight (8). Block 47, City of Port St.
Joe. Florida, according to an official
plat thereof on file In the Office of the
S Clerk of Circuit Court. Gulf Counry.
SFlorida.
DATED this the 19th day of December. 1995.
BENNY C. ULISTER.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Tony Knox. Deputy Clerk
2 2L December 22 and 29. 1994

NOTICE OF INTENT TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
8 Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to Ch
865.09 Florida Statutes, the undersigned Intends
to register with the Division of Corporations. De-
partment of State, the fictitious trade name under
which he will be engaged In business and in which
said business la to be carried on. to-wlL


All rcrms cf Insurance

Homeowners Auto, Flood


* Business Packages Group Life


* Hospitalization


SBoat:j


* Mobile Homes


THE STAR. PORT ST. JOB. FL THURSDAY, DEC. 22. 1994


Kickin' Jalapefio Corn Loaves
1 cup each: all-purpose flour, 1/4 cup vegetable oil
cornmeal 1 egg, slightly beaten
3 tablespoons sugar 1 can (11 oz.) Mexican-style
4 teaspoons baking corn, well drained
powder 1 can (4 oz.) green chilies
1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons finely chopped
S1 cup milk jalapefios
Preheat oven to 4000F. Spray Mini-Loaf Pan with vegetable pan spray. In
medium bowl, combine flour, cornmeal, sugar, baking powder and salt. Stir in
milk, oil and egg; beat just until smooth. Fold in corn, chilies and jalapefios.
Pour batter into prepared pan. Bake 15 minutes or until'browned and wooden
pick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool 5 minutes; remove from pan.
Makes 6 mini loaves.


LX fl j j :ff


Port St. Joe I


Phone 229-8899


NOTICE


Five-Point and Wetappo

Landfill will be closed

December 24 and 26, 1994

and January 2, 1995
PuDnish 12 15 22 and 29 19 .S







PUBLIC NOTICE


All Gulf County offices will be

closed on the following dates


in observance of the

Christmas Holidays

and the New Year.

Friday December 23, 1994

Monday December 26, 1994

Monday, January 2, 1995

PuDinr. 12,15 ana 22 199c4


HANNON REALTY, Inc.

221 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe (904) 227-i450

FRANK HANNON, Broker

Flo Melton, Assoc., 229-8076 Doris Strickland, 229-8988

New Usting: Howard Creek, beautiful like new 3 bd, 3 ba. dou-
blewide manufactured home with fireplace & screen porch on 1
acre of land. HIGH and DRY! $59,000.

3 bedroom, 2 ba., living room, dining room, den and deck, central
h/a, spacious and lovely inside, 1,900 square feet on 2 lots. Par-
tially furnished, $70,000.

3 bedroom, I bath masonry, central- heat and air, outside stor-
age, $52,400.

IDEAL FOR RETIRED COUPLE OR NEWLYWEDS. Two bedroom, 1
' bath completely furnished on 1 1/2 lots at Beacon Hill. 3 short
blocks to beach. Asking $45,000.

FOR RENT: Very nice 2 bd., 2 ba. mobile home. $350 per month.

Lots and acreage also available.


INJURED


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What if you have a pedigreed for sale?


How can you arrange to. rent


for your fishing trip?


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help to find a new 4 ? Where will my

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COSTIN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.


322 Reid Ave.


Name to be Registered, E T ENTERPRISES
MailirngAddress: P. 0 Box 726. Port SL Joe FL
32456
OWNERS) ERIK TOMLINSON
I it December 22 1994


IN THE CIRCUIT COULR. FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY
Case No. 94-367
IN RE. The Marriage of
SHICLA KAY BROUSSARD.
Slie.-Petitioner.
and
KERMir JAMES BROUSSARD.
Husband. Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
i0: KERMIT JAMES BROUSSARD
709 BENNETT ROAD
LAKE CHARLES LA 70606
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Action for dis-
solution of marriage has been filed against you. ,
you are required to serve a copy of you written de-
lenses. II any to the action on petiUoner's attorney
whose name and'address is THOMAS S. GIBSON,
P. 0. Box 39, Port St. Joe, FL 32456 on or before
:January 11, 1995 and file the original with the
clerk of this court. either before sersire on pecution-
er s attorn. or Immediately thereafter, otherwise a
judgment will be entered to the relief demanded In'
the peuuc-n.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court
on the 23rd day of Nosember. 1994
BENNYC. LISTER,
As Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ Lynn Jones, As Deputy Clerk
4te 12/1. 12/8. 12/15& 12/22, 1994

NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION
THE GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Purpose and Effect: The Gulf County School
Board proposes to amend and adopt policies, as
provided for In the Administrdatie Procedures Act..
for the purpose of bringing said policies into com-
pliance with Florida Statutes and State Board of
Education Rules.
Summary: The following is a brief descrip-
lion of each proposal change
7.200 Minority Business Development Plan
7.534 Bus Drivers
Economic Impact: These proposals will re-
suit In no direct costs associated with implementa-'
0' IF REQUESTED, A HEARING WILL BE HELD

Time: 5 00p m.. E.T.
Date: Tuesday. January 10. 1995
Place Board Room. Gulf County School
Board Office. 502 Niles Rodd, Port St Joe, FL,
32456
The entire text of the proposed rules can be
inspected during regular office hours at the Gulf
County Sch.ol Board Office. 502 Niles Road. Port
St Joe. FL
Special legal authority under which the
adoption Ls authorized and the law being Imple-
mented and Interpreted are made specific.
The addluon and changes are proposed by,
Dasid Bidwell Office of Instructional Services; and
approved for consideration by B. Walter Wilder.
Supennwendent
Amendments'
7.200 Minority Business Deielopment Plan
7.534 Bus Dn.ers
2tc Dec. 15 ard 22. 1994









THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY DEC 22 4


Now the New Buzz Word Is


"Right-Sizing

Gov. Lawton Chiles, riding high after defeating Jeb Bush to push his
undefeated political record to 36 years, asked reporters at a press confer-
ence last week to help him to not become a lame-duck governor early-on
in his last term.
He was asking the right group because most Florida daily newspa-
,pers supported him editorially and the capitol press corps gave him a' lot
more than an even break in this successful campaign that allowedthim to
be one of the few Democratic governors to survive the national "throw the
rascals out" trend.
A couple of keys .to hi,.plans appeared at the conference. .He and Lt.
SGov. Buddy MacKay mentioned "right-sizing," not .down-sizing" govern-
meit as one of their goals. The difference in word selection is pertinent if
you-recall Chiles' big raises for his own staff after he had promised down-
sizing In his first race for governor. Chiles Ignored crime-the big issue in
the campaign-in his summation of his plans for his last term, although
MacKay, wanting to be heir apparent, said "it goes without saying we're
going to.continue to focus on the crime,rate."
SOne positive stance taken was a pledge of allegiance to "neighbor-
hood" solutions for problems, instead of mandates (mostly unfunded)
from on high. You might even construe that to mean that in the he-
'coon's last four years.of power he might decide to keep government off
the backs and out of the pockets of the people for a change-probably
not
Chiles' early actions next year will probably determine whether he is
to become a lame duck right soon or not He can take the advice of some
of the conservative Democrats in the House and Senate and really
change the party's direction back to the mainstream or he can have grid-
lock.
Politically, I guess, gridlock would give Democrats a weapon to use
against Republicans in the next electio)i' but it would be much worse for
the hopes and aspirations of the peopleY One thing the Guv. can count
on. It's not going to be the way it was before. The free-spending, free-
wheeling big government movement is over. A Republican Florida Senate
and a house with only a six vote difference that can be taken over by a
coalition of conservatives is not going to stand for it.
The test of the pudding is probably going to be whether Chiles de-
cides to go for another tax increase-which he'll call reform. He has, pro-
posed to take it to the people in a constitutional amendment He's per-
haps coon-cunning enough to slip that one over with the help of.big city
newspapers, but it could finish the Democratic party in Florida. .
INTERESTING YEAR COMING: Yes. 1995 is going to be an interest-
Ing Legislative year. The speculation is that Gov. Chiles will appoint a
new Secretary of Corrections before Harry Singletary goes before the now
Republican Florida Senate for confirmation where he is in trouble with
some powerful senators. The surprise appointment could be Doug Ja-
merson, the unsuccessful black candidate for the Education- Commis-
sioner post on the Florida Cabinet Jamerson also has a shot at the Sec-
retary of Labor post being vacated by the resignation of Shirley Gooding.
Jamerson is well-liked ty some conservative Democrats and Republi-
cans as an independent "his own man" Democrat with some sizeable
skills in legislative matters. A former representative from SL Petersburg,
he also once taught a criminal justice course. Two of his best buddies up
here In the beltway are lobbyists Gene Hodges, former Representative
from Cedar Key, and Jim Tlllman, a former rep. from St. Petersburg, both
pick-up truck type country boys.
Other appointees on shaky Senate ground are: Lottery Chief Marcia
Mann for her mini-scandal of Jack-pot Inflation: H.R.S. Secretary Jim
Towey for discarding valuable employees while not Improving the agency;
and Business Regulation Sec. George Stuart because of shady ethics.
HERE'S THE CAPITOL NEWS ROUND-UP:
Gulf Cotinty Sheriff Al Harrison was Indicted last week by a federal
grand jury on 10 counts of coercing five women Jail Inmates into sexual
acts with him, but he still hasn't been charged with the reason Gov. Law-
ton Chiles used to suspend him from office in June-interfering with the
investigation.
A Pensacola grand Jury issued the indictments Nov. 16, but they
were sealed until last week when Harrison-accompanied by his wife
Bonnie-was arraigned and released without bond pending trial Jan. 23
In Panama City.
"I have never touched any of these people, and they know I have nev-
er touched any of them." Harrison said. His wife said: "I know he Is Inno-
- cenh "-..- -. .... ..- --..
Harrison, 52, said he suffered the loss of his Job before charges were
brought against him or he was convicted of any wrong-doing. 'Where is
the presumption of innocent until found guilty we're supposed to get." he
said.
The indictments do not mention any complaints of sexual harass-
ment by former employees in his office, including one who committed
suicide after telling investigators that Harrison made sexual demands of


Capitol




NEWS


ROUND-UP

by Jack Harper

her. '
Live Oak State Attorney Jerry ,Blair had recommended trial under
federal civil rights laws because it is easier to prove coercion under feder-
al laws than sexual battery or assault under state laws: He said it isn't
likely the state will press any more"charges if Harrisori Is found guilty in
federal court.
The case will draw naUonal attention for it is the first that the names
of the women making the charges are made available to the news media
following a ruling of the Florida Supreme Court.
A Panama City newspaper published the women's names and a Pan-
handle television station showed their pictures on a news program. Tim
Moore, director of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. said it
was Irresponsible because it's difficult to get women to testify in such
cases, even when they don't have a criminal record. Most news media do
not use the names of victims in sexual assault cases.
'WAIT AND SEE': Five disgruntled House Democrats who have
enough votes to give a coalition with Republicans a victory in any floor
battle have adopted a "wait and see mode" on their request that Speaker
Peter Wallace reconsider his firing of 17 veteran committee staffers two
weeks ago.
'We asked him to take anothertlook at those staffers and his actions
to see if they really had to be fired and if there were good reasons to do ,
It." said Rep. Kelley Smith. D-Palatka. 'We also asked him to at least give
them severance pay and some real help in finding jobs."
Wallace fired the committee staffers-some of them witli more than
20 years experience-without contacting the chairmen.
The five representatives who met with Wallace, D-St. Petersburg, last
week were Smith; Dean Saunders, D-Lackland; Bob Trammell. D-
Marianna: Allen Boyd. D-Monticello: and Everett A. Kelly. D-Tavares.
'We're in a wait-and-see mode now. He said he would look at it again
and I believe he will." Smith said. "He said he was trying to make the
committees more efficient and streamlined for his programs. I believe he
wanted to get some of his own people -in the jobs too."
There is only a six vote majority of Democrats in the House after the
November elections. It would take only four votes from conservative Dem-
ocrats to settle any Issue in the House backed solidly by Republicans.
SENATE TRIMS TOO: Republlcan Senate President Jim Scott fired
15 committee staffers and eliminated 21 positions in an 18 percent staff
cutback before Republicans take over with a majority for the first time in
120 years. Unlike House Speaker Peter Wallace's firing of 17 committee
staffers with no notice and orders t1 vacate at the end of the next day.
Scott Is allowing the workers to remain on the job until the end of Janu-
ary. "It isn't their fault that the Senate is reorganizing and restructuring."
Scott said. I
LEWIS'S SPOILS SYSTEM: Outgoing Comptroller Gerald Lewis Is
pushing a $98 million bond issue before he leaves office that will pay
hundreds of thousands of dollars In fees to companies represented by his
political supporters. They were not ,the low bidders. Lewis violated his
own rules to protect the public In plking them.
The money is to buy office equipment such as computers and copiers
that state agencies and communitycolleges will need in the next three
years.
"A bond Issue that can wait. .',should be done by ofclals who can
be held accountable to the voters," Tax Watch President Dominic Calabro
told the Florida T7mes Union, Comptroller-elect Bob Milligan said he'd
look Into the transaction after he is sworn in January 3.
Lewis awarded lead roles in marketing the bonds on December 2 to
Bear. Stearns & Co., represented by his long-time friend and former state
Treasurer Bill Gunter, Paine-Webbr., represented by lobbyist James Ea-
ton, was chosen co-manager. Bot. 'Gunter and Eaton have been fund-
raisers in Lewis's political 'campaigns. Republicans are organizing to
block the bond Issue. -" .*"
TOUGH TEST, EASIER GRADE: The cabinet has approved tougher
tests for Florida students to graduate from high school. Exams were giv-
en In October, raising standards and making it more difficult to get a
graduation diploma. But last week, cabinet members (including four go-
ing off the board in January) voted to grade the tougher tests on a curve
so that the passing rate will be the same as last year. The watering down
was requested by Education Department specialist Mark Heldom to give


education officials more Ume to cope witLh the higher standards before
October, 1995, when thdie sutiffer tests will be given again.
ZERO TOLERANCE: Acting as the Board of Education, the Florida
Cabinet has approved a Zero Tolerance Rule against violence in Florida
classrooms. The rule notifies teachers if violent students with Juvenile
criminal records are in a classroom. It also gives teachers a voice in de-'
ciding who can be allowed in their classroom. A D.O.E. specialist told
cabinet members that alternative classes for unruly students are availa-
ble in every school district in Florida.













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Fantasy Properties, Inc.


1200 U. S. Hwy. 98 John M. Delorme, Realtor
Mexico Beach, FL 32410 647-3633
Elleri F. Allemore, Realtor
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478 647-8939
Earl Groh 647-3199
Joy Holder 648-8493


NEW LISTING:
Mexico Beach 114 4th St. Very nice large
24'x52' 3 bd., 2 bo. mobile home. About 1/2
block to 98 and beach. Fireplace, 2 outside
t buildings. Must see. $65,000.

MEXICO BEACH
207 Louislana Ave. Lovely 3 barm.. 2 ba. mobile name on 75'x112
lot. Has many extras including screened porches, fireplace. Island in
kif., Ig master bdrm suite w/walk-in closet Pricea to sell at $59.900.
316 Halley Dr. Center unit in triplex Nice quiet neighborhood. 3
bdrm 2 ba. $55.000,


HOLIDAY SPECIALI 612 GeorgIa Ave. Lg 4 bdrm 4 ba mobile
home. carport. Ig 100'xlOO lot Some furnishings possible. washer/
dryer, ceiling tans. fireplacee. priced right at $59.900
117 First f., 2 bd.. I ba stilt beach house. excellent rental, nice
weekend retreat. completely furnished, $45.000
306 Fortner Ave. Investors special. Duplex. Downstairs Unit has 2
bdim. I bath. Upstairs unit has I bdrm. and bath onh .second floor
ana I huge bdrm. and 1/2 bath'oh third flodo. Fully furnished, priced
to sell at $67,500. Excellent rental property.

C CAPE SAN BLAS
WATERFRONT -,CAPE SAN BLAS Cap Dunes Subd., Lavishly deco-
rated executive home on cement, pilings .- never rented 4/5 bd. 4
ba. With many extras including wcisher/dryer, icemaker, undeineoan
parking. Hurricane shutters, fireplace, many furnishings remain Ap.
prox. 2,500 sq. ft. Priced cit $250,000.
Cape Dunes Subdivison. 780 feet to beautiful beach, secluded
area, -ompletely furnisned 2 bd., 2 ba. house. P6puldr vacation unit
with Ig deck and Flor.aa room. $84,900. Assumable mortgage.

BEACON HILL
'Gul View 6924 Hwy..98, Beacon Vill. 3 b.. 2,ba. unit upstairs 1g.
Screened porch over'k-i gulf. ly furnished great rental po-
tential. Downstairs omJ apartment kit ba.. liv.
rm.,. bd. and storage !'esF Mi a'ced to' sell at $77,500.
Mobile horme Third Ave. between 5th and 6th St. 2 bd., 1 ba., with
porch. Furnished. $35,000.

BEACHFRONT
97299GuNlf ow *-nWaft W 'a 60,BR 2 1/2 BA,
townhom ont ,
35th St. Winidsong #' A must see super nice, spacious .floor plan -
million dollar view, ti' on rental program. g: 3 bdrm., 3 ba. town-
home, en 2 1s, o 6stor. JalUed cea on grourid
floor for cwt-lUl A .-era,,c YTR I 'tm. vertical
blinds thruout. Exquisitely furnished, all 0[nluded"ari7q.560.
Dolphin Run .7 aCmpletely furnished townhorre, tastefully .deco-
rated. Sit or'. ueS., and enjoy beautiful view of gulf, $1G109990
Iu5,000.


Joan Kent 647-3264
Margie Miller 229-6502
Judie McCormick 648-8595
Don Rains 647-3270
Joan Smithwick 648-8121


HOLIDAY SPECIAL on above Waterfront Home. Mexico Beach. Large
4 bedroom, 3 oath name on the gulf, over 2.000 sq ft Large
screen porch,, large sun deck, nicely landscopea with well and
sprinkler system. Privacy fenrice, fireplace, some furnishings remain
Excellent rental properly S220.000

BEACH SIDE
126 Miramar Dr. Nice beach side duplex witn an excellent water
view .Just steps to the water each side has 2 bedrooms. I bath.
with central h/a. fully tumrnshea within dishwasher. microwave, all ap-
pliances Can be opened to convert to a 4 bd 2 ba unit Priced
Sat $155.000."
Corner of 31st St. -Duplex each side of duplex has"1 bd., 1 ba.,
neatly furnished Good rental history, $85,000
101-A Miramar Dr. 2 'bd.,. 1/2 ba townhome turnlsnea. new car-
pet. Ig. landscaped corner yard with sprinkler sVstem & priv fence.
Waterview from 2nd floor Convenient location near marinas. Pier
Rd & Canal Parkway ~4 999~ NEW PRICE $65,900.
37th St. Gulf White Sands #1, 2 and 3. Completely furnished 2.
bedroori, 2 bath townh6mes. close to Gulf All three for $180,000
110.40th St. -'Apt. #2 2 bd., I ba., futirished, close to beach, re-
duced to $37,000. Ilvake offer.
GULFAIRE.
3412 Gulfaire Dr.: Absolutely beautiful Ig. 3 or 4 bdrm. home W/
sunken great room, 2 1/2 bath. Approx. 4 years old. Cedar siding -
2 car garage cen. h/a, oak floors & carpet. Dream kitchen w/
Island, separate dining. Must see. $139,00160.
208 Qulfaire Drive: Guj Aire Subd, Beautiful large 3 BR 2 BA stucco
home with fireplace Jp(V.sInliving room, 2 car garage, nicely
lahdscctped yard, co1f4 IM5,000..
GulfAire Dr. Triplex, two 3 bd., 2 ba. units and one I bd.. I ba.
unit, very nice, good Investment, all 3 at $175; 000
ST. JOE BEACH
235 Selma St. Immaculate 3 bd:, 2 ba. mobile home on Ig. lot, 1 1/2
blocks to beach. Wired workshop carpdrt, nice, fenced yard. Re-.
duced to $49,500.
25 A/B Bay Sit. 2 bd., 1 bo. unfurnished A unit. 3 bdrm.. 2 ba. fur-
nished B unit. Good investment property. $74,900.
594i Georlia Ave., 2.bd., 2'ba, mobile home on 75'xl50' lot. Dou-
ble garage. $42.500.
'Coronado St. Like neW 2 bd., I ba. sturdy double wide home. 2 blks
to beach, ch/a, furnished. Front deck. Ig. back screen porch, w/
walkway to .cute little I bd, I ba. granny house. Outside shower,
staro. bldg. low maintenance yd. w/natural terrain. Neat as a p5in!
$60,000.
100 Santa Arina. Frame duplex 2 bd., "1 ba. upstairs. I bd.. 1 ba
downstairs, window AfC's. 1/2. block to beach. Good rental history
$80,000.
Coronado #7 2 bd.,. 1/2 ba. townhome. unrestricted gulf view,
furnished, nice. Reduced to $65,000. Make offer.


Holiday Special on above home at 135 Desoto St. Neal 3 d I
ba home. short walk to beach, gulf view from upper deck. Ig
corner lot, fully furnished with washei/dryer and two utility sheas
Reduced to $54.900.

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' & worksnop on a nice
89'x60' lot. Priced to sell at $37,500 reduced.

HIGHLAND VIEW
110 2nd St. 2 bd. I ba. Wood frame house recenll/ remodeled
with a new roof Includes adjoining lot wihn In-place sepllic sRstem
for 2 bd. mobile home. All for $37.900
104 51h St. H.V., 3 BR. 2 bath on 2 iosS 0x 95' each. Good view,
of bay. pecan trees, owner financing $28 900

WEWA, HOWARD CREEK,WHITE CITY
Lands Landing Evergreen Drive 1983.14'x67 mobile home 3
ba 2 ba. New septic tank & well January 1992 Cer.ral a/c &
cen gas heat Appliarces incluaeal Equity & assume mortgage, If
quaiifea $25.000
Howard Creek Great fishing, veoa-rouna living. 3 bd.. I ba.; mo-
ble home turn. storage shed; well, screened porch, $32,500. 1
Acre cleared
OVERSTREET
406 N. Canal St. Watch tie boais go by from your comfortable 2
bd 2 ba sTucco name win 100 on Intracoastal Canal. ch/a. all
elec, priv. fence. 2 storage bidgs., satellite dish. Peaceful neigh-
S;borhood -reduced $79.900.
Canal front home Overstreet Large 3 bdrrri.; 2 ba. home on ap-
prow 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'
mrietal building witn two 12x12' roll-up doors Included. Was
$162,000. Reduced to t644 6ee SLASHED TO $135,00011
'Pleasant Rest Cemetery Rd. 2 bdrm;, I ba. approx. 1080 sq. ft.,
home sold w/refrlg. & stove. Situdted on 1/2 corner lot. Only 5
years old, $49,900. .
Wetappo Creek, end of Miller Lite 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. 1:982 60' 2 bd. furn. mobile home.w/porch & storage
shed, well & hew pump. Located on leveled, treed lot. approx.
.663 acres. Call for directions. $28,500.

COMMERCIAL/INVESTMENT PROPERTY
PORT ST. JOE
Hwy. 96 & 5th St., Great commercial location with many possibili-
ties. Was seafood market, some equipment, remodeled in 92.
Priced right $89,900.
2.5 plus acres commercial/industrial with old garage, lots of
possibilities, $99,000.
MEXICO BEACH
37th St. approx. 75'x100 beachside. Pier Road, $57,000.
S. 40th St. -approx. 75 x100 Lot 2. Block 7. Unit 5 $35,000
Corner 13th & ,..6-. 3, kj5irs ee4 190. comm.
$120.000 Y~o .v e
ST. JOE BEACH
U.S. 98 between Balboa & Magellan 3/4 block & 1 lot Permitted
for condos only. $300.000


LOTS
SEASHORS SUBDIVISION
Nautilus Dr.. BIk A.iol 3. good size -,$18,000:
Nautilus Dr.. BIk. A, Lor 9. city: Water, city sewer. ,80'x150'. lot..
$20.000 .
GULFAIRE SUBDIVISION
Gullaire Dr., Phase II, lots 21 :& 22, BIk. C, large 80' x 125' Great
price S 14.900 each
Gulfaire Dr., Phase ll1.1ol 9 Corner lot patio home size $12,500.
Gulfaire Dr., Phase ll.IIol 6.7.8 Priced right $11,000 each. '
Gulf Aire Subd., Lot 17. Block C 'acont lot wifh large back yard.
$21.000
Gulfaire Dr., Lot 22, block "D'" nice iot, 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, Gullaire, Phase II Sewer tap pard; 44,000.
Reduced to $16.500 for a lirmnrea period of time. Owner will sell
BOTH LOTS together al a reduce price Make offer.
Periwinkle Dr., 75'x 125'lot,. $23,500
GulfAlre Dr. Lot 11, Block C, Phase 2 approx. 75'x125'. $29,000.
GulfAire Dr. Lot 25 & 26, Block C, Phase 2 approx. 72.6'x146' &
73'x150' $17.000 ea.
GulfAire Dr. -Lot 9, Block G, Phase 2 approx. 74'xl20' -
close to pool & tennis court ; $22,800
GulfAire 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. 70' x 100'
each zoned houses only. $13,500 each, both for $23,000.
Azalea St., Lot 18, block 4 unit 11; 80'x00O' houses, 17,500. Re-'
duced.to $16,506.
Azalea St., Lot 19, block 4. unit 11.. 75'x100'. houses $17,900. Re-
duced to $16,500.
Large corner lot, corner Haotley Dr. & Hwy. 386, Mexico Beach.
Zoned residential, $17.500.'
7th St. -Lot 6, Block C, unit 14. 100' x 158:33' Star. shed..$13,500.
South 36th St.: Excellent 75' x 100' lot 4th from water, $55,000
8th St., between Oleander & Fordner,50'xl50, $17.500
Corner ofrRobin Lane & Hwy. 386-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'x100' 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'x00' 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'x125' lots, I block to beach, $20,000 each.
Americus & Selma-Lot 13, Blk. 10, Unit 1 approx. 75'x150', $15.500.
Americus & Selma -Lot 14, Blk. 10, Unit 1 approx. 84'xl50, $14,500.
Ward St. Lot 2, Block 47, Unit 2 approx. 75'xl50', $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'x20' $S 19.500
Beacon Hill Estates Hwy. 386 Lot 9, Block 1., Unit I approx.
100"x120', S17,000
Beacon Hill Estates Lucia Ave. Lot 10, Block 1, Unit 1. Approx.
100x120 13,000
6th St. Lots 5 & 6. Block 3, Unit 1 irregular $32.000.
3rd St. & 4th Ave.Lot 20. Block 22, $13,500
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 pace! with sep-
tic tank at $14.500 if sold separately
Creekwood EstatesLot 17. 1/2 acre, $11.000
Highway 386 -across from Sunshine Farms 3 +acres. $17.000


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I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a Motorcy-
cle bike, cars and, a drum for
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and
Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep-
ing good on Christmas night so
leave me lots of goodies under the
tiee. I love you.
Reginal Welch
Dear Santa,
It is Kind of fun to ride
around the block., I want a dog
and dirt bike and 'IV and remote
control truck.
Love
Jr. Branson'
Dear Santa,
I want a dance and trirl Bar-
ble doll. When you get' their I
might be in Michigan. I live at
20)12 long Ave: How do you get
down the Chimney?
Love,
Jessica Ross
Dear Santa,
I have been good. Wood you
give me a baby doll. I love you.
Santaclous you is so good torpeo-
ple. I obey me teacher so do you
give your gift to people you is so
sweet to give people Christmas
presents is very good game
please. I
Sincerely, .
Sacoridn Yates (Pebbles)
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a truck,
baby doll and a car for Christ-
mas. Tell Mrs. Claus and Ru-
d6lph I said Hello. I'll be sleeping
good on Christmas night so leave
me lots of goodies under. the tree.
I love you. ,
Samantha Davis
Dear Santa, -
I have been' very good this
year. Please bring me Power
Rangers and a bike for ;Christ-
mas. Tell Mrs. Claus and Ru-
dolph I said Hello. I'll be sleeping


good on Christmas night so leave
me lots of goodies under the tree.:
I love you.
David Kallman
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a doll for
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and
Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep-:
ing good on Christmas night so
leave me lots of goodies under the
tree. I love you.
Crystal Bailey
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a batman,
motorcycle, Power Rangers and a
bike for Christmas: Tell Mrs.
Claus and Rudolph I said Hello
I'll be sleeping good on Christmas
night so leave, me' lots of goodies
under the' tree. I love you.
Jamie Cawthom
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a Power
Wheels Jeep, Barbie doll and doll-
house for Christmas. Tell Mrs..
.Claus and Rudolph I said Hello.
I'll be sleeping good on Christmas,
night so leave me lots of goodies
under the tree. I love you.
Samone Smith
Dear Santa,, '
I have been very good this
year. Please bring/me a doctor
doll for Christmas. Tell Mrs.
Claus and Rudolph I said Hello.
I'll be sleeping good on Christmas
night so leave me lots of goodies.
under the tree. I love you.
Krystal Kelgans
Dear Santa,
I have -been very good this
year. Please bring me a motorcy-
cle bike and remote control truck
for Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus
and Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be
sleeping good on Christmas night
so leave me lots of goodies under
the tree. I love you.
Clayton Cool
-Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a bicycle for
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and
Rudpolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep'-
ing good ofi Ch'ristmas night so
leave me lots of goodies under the
tree. I love you.
Shyanne Headley'
Dear Santa,'
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a motorcy-
cle for Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus
and Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be
sleeping good on Christmas night
so leave me lots of goodies under
the tree. I love you.
S M. J. Martin
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a Power
Ranger and motorcycle for Christ--
mas.' Tell Mrs. Claus and Ru-
dolph I said Hello. I'll be sleeping
good on Christmas night so leave
me lots of goodies under the tree.
I love you.
Justin Squire.
Dear Santa,'. A
.I have been" very good this
year." Please: bring me a remote
control car for Christmas. Tell
Mrs. Claus and Rudolph. I said
Hello. I'll be sleeping good on
Christmas night so leave me lots
of goodies ;under the tree. I. love .
you'.,
DeSean North


HO-HO-HOLD ON TO

YOUR DREAMS
May, all-the Christmas magic you can imagine await
you under the tree!
Many thanks for being our star customers!


WESTERN AUTO


Dear Santa,
I have been very good this'
year. Please bring me a Kitty cat,
doll and car for Christinas. Tell
Mrs. Claus and Rudolph I said
Hello. I'll be sleeping good on
Christmas night so leave me lots
of goodies under the tree. I love
you.
Kasi Stephens.
Dear Santa,
I have' been very good this
year. Please bring me a Trampo-
line, Roller skates and kitchen fori
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and
Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep-
ing good on Christmas night so
leave me lots of goodies under the
tree. I love you.
Tiffany Lemois
Dear Santa, -
I would like a bookcase, star
wars longneck suit. helmet,;
orange goggles. I love Santa very
much and I love Rudolf and the
other Raindeer and I love Santas
wife and I like the elf toys and I
wish I could feed the Raindeer.
Send Rushelle a Raindeer bell
please Santa.
Love,
Bryan


L p ar


would like a Green Ranger, I
would like a book and Yellow
Ranger.
from,
Jeremy Couch
Dear Santa,
I would like a cat. I would like
a tap BrBe, I would like Bab, I
would like dog, I would like bac-


pac, I would like Bic, I would like
tllnon, I would like pol.
from,
Codee Richter
Dear Santa,
I would like a Powe Rangers
Tars, Bike, Sage Game
from,
Marvin Darnal


Dear Santa,
Its me Neal. I've been a very
good boy. I would like for Christ-
mas a power ranger, a guiter, and
a viedo game.
Love,
Neal Sanders
Dear Santa,
My name is Brandon Chehar-
dy. I am 5 and I have been a pret-
ty good boy. I would like for you
to bring me some power rangers
Toy motor cycle and a bike. I love
you Santa and I will leave you
some Cookies & milk please bring
my brothers and sister something
good to.
Brandon
Dear Santa,
I have been a good boy this
year. Please bring me a bike, a
Rudolph doll and a dinosaur for,
Christmas.
Love,
S Jonathan
Dear Santa.
Thank you for bringing me
presents This year for. Christmas
I would like Barbie doll, pajamas
.and a housecoat. I am happy that
you will be coming to my house
soon!
April Martin '
Dear Santa, i
Power Rangers, Selgth Bood,
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Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a race car
and Four-Wheeler for Christmas.
Tell Mrs. Claus and Rudolph I
said Hello. I'll be sleeping good on
Christmas night so' leave me lots
of goodies under the tree. I love
you.
Jasmine Fennell
.Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a Stereo
and a Dump Truck for Christ-.
mas. Tell Mrs. Claus and Ru-
dolph I said Hello. I'll be sleeping
,good on Christmas night so leave
me lots of goodies under the tree.
I love you. ,,,
Chazten Byrd
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a Barney
house and T.V. for Christmas.
STell Mrs. Claus and Rudolph I
said Hello. Ill be sleeping good on
Christmas night so leave me lots'
of goodies un 9er the tree. I love
Ryan Thompson
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a T.V. &
toys for Christmas. Tell Mrs.
Claus and Rudolph I said Hello.
* I'll be sleeping good on Christmas
night so leave me lots of goodies.
under the tree. I love you.
.Asa Watson


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year. Please bring me a big gun
for Christmas. Tell Mrs. 'Claus
and Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be
sleeping good on Christmas night
so leave me lots of goodies under
the tree. I love,you.
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Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a kitchen
set for Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus
and Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be
sleeping good on Christmas night
so leave me lots of goodies undei
the tree. I love you.
S i.. Victoria Hightower
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a fish tank
for Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus
and Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be
sleeping good on Christmas night
so leave melots of goodies undei
the tree. I love you.
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Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a Batmar
go-cart for Christmas., Tell Mrs
Claus and Rudolph I said Hello
I'll be sleeping good on Christmas
night so leave me lots of goodies
under the tree. I love you.
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Dear Santa,
I have- been very good this
year. Please bring me a Barney
Tape for Christmas. Tell Mrs.
Claus and Rudolph I said Hello.
I'll be sleeping good on Christmas
night so leave me lots of goodies
under the tree. I love you.
Abigail Ard


Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a motorcy-
cle for Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus
and Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be
sleeping good on Christmas night
so leave me lots of goodies under
the tree. I love you.
Orlando Russ
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a fmotorcy-
-> cle Bike for Christmas. Tell Mrs.
Claus and Rudolph I said Hello.
I'll be sleeping good on Christmas
night so leave me lots of goodies
under the tree. I love you.
John Tavious Tiller
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a Dump
Truck for Christmas. Tell Mrs.
Claus and Rudolph I said Hello.
I'll be sleeping good on Christmas
night so leave me lots of goodies
under the tree. I love you.
Josh Lollie
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this ,'
year. Please bring me a white Bi-
cycle -for Christmas. Tell Mrs. .
Claus and Rudolph I said Hello.-
I'll be sleeping good on Christmas
night so leave me lots of goodies'
under the tree. I love you.
Danielle Hemandez
Dear Santa,
'I have 'been very good this
i year. Please bring me a orange Bi-
cycle for Christmas. Tell Mrs.
Claus and Rudolph I said Hello.
111 be sleeping good on Christmas
night so leave me lots of goodies
under the tree. I love you..
S DIeshavna Williams
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this-
year. Please bring me a Jeep for
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and
Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep-
ing good on Christmas night so .
leave me lots of goodies under the.
tree. I love you.
Mackenzie Bryant


Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a Dump
Truck and doll house for Christ-
Simas. Tell Mrs. Claus and Ru-
dolph I said Hello. I'll be sleeping
good on Christmas night so leave
me lots of goodies under the tree.
I love you.
Taylor Byrd
Dear Santa, .
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a baby, bar-
t ble, and baby clothes for Christ-
r mas. Tell Mrs. Claus and Ru-
idolph I: said Hello. I'll be sleeping
good on Christmas night so leave
me lots of goodies under the tree.
I love you.
Latarvia Davis
Dear Santa,
e 'I have been very good this
t. year. Please bring me a baby doll
r. and a wagon for Christmas. Tell
Mrs. Claus and Rudolph I said
Hello. I'll be sleeping good on
Christmas night so leave me lots


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wheeler, a Magic Sticker Maker, a
Baby Sitter Skipper, and a Gynm-
nastic Ginny.
Leslie Pope
The Learning Center
Dear Santa,
I have been a very good girl
this year. I would love for you to
bring me a Check-Up Baby. roller
blades and lots of surprises.
Please bring something little for
my baby sister. I will leave milk


and cookies again for you anti-
Rudolph. 1 love you!
/ Morgan Wood
The Learning'Center
'Dear Santa, .
I have been good at school.
This Christmas I would like nerf
arrows, an FSU uniform, Slobbe-
rin' Sam game. Super Van City
and Micromachines Power Rang-,
ers. Please bring my big sister Su-
san something nice.
Sam Ellmer
The Learning Center-'


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Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me lots of toys
and candy for Christmas. Tell
Mrs. Claus and Rudolph I said
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Christmas night so leave me lots
of goodies under the tree. I love
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Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a tricycle, a
baby, a barbie candy and a truck
for Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus
and Rudolph I said Hello. Ill be
sleeping good on Christmas night
so leave me lots of goodies under
the tree. I love you.
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Dear Santa,
I have been very good this/
year. Please bring me a riding toy.
a ball or a toy gun for Christmas.
Tell Mrs. Claus and Rudolph I
said Hello. I'll be sleeping good on
Christmas night so leave me lots
of goodies under the tree. I love
you. Denzel Pickney
Dear Santa, '
SI hav-e been very good this
year. Please bring me baby dolls
and stuffed animals for Christ-
mas. Tell Mrs. Claus and Ru-
dolph I said Hello. I'll be sleeping
good on Christmas night so leave
me lots of goodies under the tree.
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Video Doll, Dr. Barbie with a
Blonde Haired Baby, Playful Kitty
a- white one, Power Ranger Doll,
Camp Barbie Stuff and that
should do itl I Love You very
much
Kayleigh Lewis
Age 6
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a Dollbouse
and Horse Stable with horses to
my house in Tallahassee 'for me
and Mommie & Daddy to play
with. And when I go to St. Joe to
my Papa's & Granny's I want a
guitar like my Papa's and some


makeup like -my Granny and
Mommie uses to "dress up." Papa
said tell you, "I've been a good girl
all year long." Bring my parents
and grandparents a gift too
please, cause I think they've been
pretty good tool I am glad it is Je-
sus' Birthday: cause I love Christ-
mas and birthdays and I just
.turned 3 years old! Thank youl
Love,
Lindsey McQuaig
Dear Santa,
I'm waiting for you to come to
my house Christmas Eve, I'll
leave you some cookies arid milk
for a snack. I am 3 1/2 years old
and I've been a good girl this
year. I would like for you to bring


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new clothes. I love you Santa.
Love,. ,
Josie Sundie
Dear Santa,
Please don't forget to stop at.
my house on Christmas Eve for a
'snack of milk and cookies. I am
22 mths old and I've been a good
girl this year and would like for
you to bring me a Water baby and
a stroller so I can take her for a
walk. Santa I love you.
SLove:
Codl Sundie ;
Dear Santa,'
I want a go-kart, :a Jeep and
some toys. I want a game and a,
Lion King and an iron and a mu-
sic box and a bear and a comput-
er. ... .
Love,
LeJuan Stallworth
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a baby doll, a
horsey, -a bear, a different' color
raincoat, a coloring book, a bird
that can talk, a TV star, some
books, a rocker, some markers,
an apple tree, and a candy cane.
Love,
Gabrielle
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a bike, a dog,
a bow and arrow, my own .TV and
mily own VCR. 1 want a power
Rangerf bean bag and a Christ-
mas Wreath.
: q '." '' .... L P" V q"Lov % :" e : d. :
SMica Ashcraflt
Dear Santa, :
SPlease bring me a white Pow-
er Ranger suit, a Teddy Bear.
That's all.
Love
Darrin Callaway
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a big Barbie
and camp out Barbie and an
alarm clock. I want a new back-
pack too.
Love,
Courtney Cooley
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a surf board,
skate board, dirt bike, motorcy-
cle, three 'wheeler and a 4 wheel- .
er. That's-all. "
Love -
Adam Cooper


Dear Santa,
I want a play bow and arrow
and that's all I want.
Love
Joshua Marshall
Dear Santa,
I want a Super Nintendo and
a couple of toys. You decide what
I get. .
Love,
Weslie Roney
Dear Santa,
I want a trampoline and a
video, and a Super Nintendo. I
want a bike and a baby doll and a
Teddy Bear and "play play candy
canes.", I want a baby buggey for
my baby.
Love,
'Kayla Yarrell
Dear Santa, '
I love vou Santa. I want some
presents. I want a baby doll. I'
want a bear and an angel, I want
a. candy cane, an apple, and a
orange, and a 'pear and glue. I
want a lunchbox and a book 'and
a. TV and a turkey and a bell
necklace and a toy rabbit., L .
'Good bye Santa,
Crystal Coachman
Dear Santa,
My name is Angel and I live
in Mexico Beach now not; North
Carolina. I love you and I want,
some sparkle crayons for home.
Love
.: Angel
Dear Santa,
My name is Zack Tarantino
and I am 6 years old. Please get
my daddy a necklaces and nmy
mama a ring. I don't know what I
want so bring me anything.
Love
Zack
Dear Santa,
My name is Kati Calvarese. I
live on Beacon Road so please
don't forget to bring me a special
baby doll and some clothes.
Love
: Kati


Dear Santa,
For Christmas I want a pellet
gun. Bring me and my brother
some shoes. I want a pair of cam-
oflauge boots, bring him a camof-
luage boggin, My mama some
tennis shoes, and for my dad a
30-30 gun.
Your friend,
Levi Wilsoh


Dear Santa,
Bring me some toys. I want a
girl jeep and a telephone and a
swing and some Christmas lights
arid a Christmas tree. I want two
pencils, two beds and some cur-
tains. I want some shoes &
,clothes;, and candy too.
Love ..,
Shtavla Franklin ,


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I want some doll clothes & shoes
and some Christmas stampers.
Love
Rashetta Langston
. Dear Santa,
I want a computer. Thank
you.
Love, "
Kevin Quaranta
Dear Santa, : ''
I want a Barbie Car and a
T.V. and a Teddy Bear and some
candy. I want a chalkboard and
chalk, angel wings and stamps. I
want a pretty bicycle and a pret- :
ty, pretty, pretty hat, and a big
table and jewelry.
S. .Love,.'
Dear Santa, '
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Dear Santa,
My name is Zeke Stevens and
I am 5 years old. :I would like
these things for Christmas: 1. set
of drums; 2. X-men Jet; 3. X-men
projector; 4. White Ranger Tiger
Zord. I will leave you cookies and
milk on the table.
I love you,
Zeke
Dear Santa,
My nave Is Jeffrey Pitts and I
am seven years old. I would like
for Christmas a. race car set,
watch, a rock and fossil kit. and a
deluxe crayon set.
I've been -good this year and
trying really hard in school and
my karate classes.
Jeffrey Pitts
Dear Santa,
My name is Brian Pitts and I
am 2 years old. I want a train set,
bike. a crayon bus. and a tub toy.
I've been good also.
i-' Brian Pitts
Dear Santa Claus,
I love Christmas.
Sam
Dear Santa, .
I am six years old-. I have
been a good boy all year. For
Christmas :please bring me vat-
man, Power Rangers, Stretch
Armstrong, Stretch limo, hungry
hippos, batmanr, X-men. I will
leave milk and cookies for you.
Love,
Jason Parke
Dear Santa,
My name Michael. I am 7
years old. I want a X-man Projec-
tor. X-man Jet, Super Nintendo
and dump truck.
Michael Padgett
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me My Buddy,
a motorcycle, and a go-cart for
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and
Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep-
ing good on Christmas night so
leave me lots of goodies under the
* tree. I love you.
John Curry IV
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
yqar. Please bring me a kitty cat,
. puppy dog. and a doll for Christ-
mas. Tell Mrs. Claus and Ru-
dolph I said Hello. I'll be sleeping
good on Christmas night so leave
me lots of goodies under the tree.
I love you.
Tori Layfleld
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a Beauty
and the Beast set, a kite, a
punching bag. and an egg for
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and:
Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep-
ing good on Christmas night so
leave me lots of goodies under the
tree. I love you.
Coleman Jenkins : .
Dear Santa, .
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a bean bag
and skates for Christmas. Tell
Mrs. Claus and Rudolph I said
Hello. I'll be sleeping good on
Christmas night so leave me lots
of goodies under the tree. I love
you.
Christopher Schell
Dear Santa,
I have been. very good this
year. Please bring me a bicycle, a
kitty cat, and a dollhouse for
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and
Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep-,
ing good on Christmas night so


leave me lots of goodies under the
tree. I love you.
TiQura Martin
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me some pen-
cils, scissors, and a truck for
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and
Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep-
ing good on Christmas night so
leave me lots of goodies under the
tree. I love you.
T.J. Adam
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
'year. Please bring me a doll, a
train, and a Barbie doll for
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and,
Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep-
ing good on Christmas night so
leave me lots of goodies under the
tree. I love you.
Arementries Williams
Dear Santa, '
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a remote'
control car, a water gun, and a
Power Wheels jeep 'for Christmas.
Tell Mrs. Claus and Rudolph I
said Hello. I'll be sleeping good on
Christmas night so leave me lots .
of goodies under the tree. I love
you.
Reggie Turner
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a TIV, VCR,,
.and five movies for Christmas.
Tell Mrs. Claus and Rudolph I
said Hello. I'll be sleeping good on
Christmas night so leave me lots
of goodies under the tree. I love
you. Justin Downum
Dear Santa,
I have been' very good this
year. Please bring me a baking
set and a baby doll for Christmas.
Tell Mrs. Claus and Rudolph I
said Hello. I'll be sleeping good on
Christmas night so leave me lots
of goodies under the tree. I love
you.
Desirray Peters-
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a. farm set
and a football for Christ.as. Tell
Mrs. Claus and Rudolph I said
Hello. I'll be sleeping good on
Christmas night so leave me lots
of goodies under the tree. I love
you.
A.J. Lewis
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
,year. Please bring me a remote
control boy and a trampoline for
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and
Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep-
ing good on Christmas night so
leave me lots of goodies under the
tree. I love you.
De A.J. Delaine
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a ball, a bi-
Scycle, and a Barbie doll for
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and


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Rudolph I said Hello. I'll'be sleep-
ing good on Christmas night so
leave me lots of goodies under the
tree. I-love you.
Amber Hopper
Dear Santa,
I been a good boy all year. I,
want a Mighty Morphin Power
Ranger, G.I. Joe. Lego. and Bird-
:man.
Ethan S. ...
Dear Santa,
I hope you are feeling well. I
wish you a Merry Christmas.
Now. J would like an Adventure
Castle. Science Tool Belt, roller
skates. Battle Vision and drums.
How is Rudolph doing? I wish
that you are able to go around
the world and bring all the-
presentsl I told my friends that
you are real and true. I believe in
you. I love you.
Richard S. O'Donnell
Dear Santa,
My name is Misty. I'm 7 years
old. and I have been good. Please,
bring me a Dinosaur Tic-Tac-Toe,
puzzles, Littlest Pet Shop, a baby
doll, picture album, and any oth-
'er things that you want to bring
me. Please bring Momma and'
Daddy something special. I well
leave you some cookies.
Misty Tomlinson
Dear Santa, .. ....
I'm 14;months old and I want


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John Hurley
Dear Santa,
I have been a very good girl.
Please bring me a computer and
,a kitty cat phone. And please
bring me a little conset player-
-with earphones and 'a barbie
McDonald's and a hamburger
maker and a french frie maker to'
'And a talking barbie.
And please bring Josh and
'David something 'nice!to. I will
4put milk and cookies by the fire-
place.
S Jennifer Goodson, age 9
Dear Santa,
I was 'very good this year. I
hope you will bring' me a Christ-
mas blizzard to 'Sycamore. Illi-
nois. I haven't seen snow since I
was four. That was the last time I
saw snow. Will you give the chil-
dren that don't get Christmas
presents this year some ,good
presents?
from your friend.
Samantha Nichole Shivers
Dear Santa, : .' ; ,
I have been very good this
Year. Please bring me a !ball,
shovel and something to climb on
(I love climbing) for Christmas.
Tell Mrs. Claus and Rudolph I
said Hello. I'll be sleeping good on
Christmas night so leave me lots
of goodies under the tree. I love
you.
Jered Roberson
Dear Santa,
I would .like some Power
Ranger Toys. a Bike, Sega Game
(Power Rangers), Clothes-jeans &
shirtsand L.A. Lights, size 5.
Thank You
Bubba Dama
Dear Santa Claus,,.
I want you to bring me a Bas-
ket for my Baby, Dri Barbie,,, a
Kitchen, a Power Ranger Doll,
Some Candy, O.Kay?
.. Love, .. .
Ashleigh Lewis
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Dear Santa,
. I have been a good boy this
year. Please bring me a basket-
ball goal, a computer and some
walkie talkies. Please bring some-
thing for my dog, cowboy, and my
cat, Tigger. A
'*" Matthew Wright
The Learning Cenrter
Dear Santa,
SI want a Barble horse that
walks and Hollywood Hair Barbie
and, Dancing Barbie. I have been
a good girl all year.
Hilary Cobb
S, .The Learning Center
Dear Santa,
I have been a sweet girl all
year. Please bring me a Spinning
Barbie, a McDonald's game that
says welcome to McDonald's, an
Ic& Cream Maker, and a muff for
my hands.
Devin Guillot
The Learning Center
Dear Santa,
I would like a bicycle and hel-
met I would also like some walk-
le talkies, a race track, and some
games. I have been a good boy.
Thank you, Santa.
Matthew Rich
The Learning Center
Dear Santa,
I am five years old. Could you
please bring me an art easel,
some Barbie skates, a Littlest Pet
Shop play set. and some surpriz-
es? I have been mostly sweet all
year. I hope you'll like the cookies
that I'll leave under my Christ-
mas tree for you.
Kathryn Arnold
The Learning Center
Dear Santa,
I have been waiting for you
all year. Please bring me a walkie
talkie and a bookshelf and some
books. Thank you. I love you.
Carolyn Marley
The Learning Center
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a Barbie
boat. "Put the Fleas on Fred
Game," a new bike without train-
ing wheels, and a helmet I have
beqn real sweet this year.
Krista Parker
The Learning Center
Dear Santa,
I hope you will come to my
house because I have been a good
boy. I hope you will come see all
my friends and my brother, tool
Please leave me lots of toys and
lease, wake me up when you get
to my house so I can see Ru-
dolph.
Justin Pierce
The Learning Center
Dear Santa,
I love you. Please bring me a
fotir-wheeler for Christmas and
also a pair of real skates and
that's it.
Britton Brown
The Learning Center
Dear Santa :.
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a football
suit and Power Rangers for
Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and
Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep-
ing good on Christmas night so
leave me lots of goodies under the
tree. I love you.
Darcell Hamilton
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a baby doll
for Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus
and Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be
sleeping good on Christmas night
so leave me lots of goodies under
the tree. I love you.
Addie Little
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a rock-n-
roll Jacket and a music box for


Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus and
Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be sleep-
ing good on Christmas night so
leave me lots of goodies under the
tree. I love ypu.
Matt Hunter
Dear Santa,
I have been very good this
year. Please bring me a peri, mo-
torcycle bike, and Power Rangers
for Christmas. Tell Mrs. Claus
and Rudolph I said Hello. I'll be
sleeping good on Christmas night
so leave me lots of goodies under,
the tree. I love you.
Jason Catrett
Dear Santa,
I have been very good. this:
year. Please bring me a bow and
arrow and snorkels for Christ-
mas. Tell Mrs. Claus and Ru-
dolph I said Hello. I'll be sleeping
good on Christmas night so leave
me lots of goodies under the tree.
I love you.
Chavez Klpatrick
Dear Santa,
I have been a good kid. and
would like a TV and a Nintendo
game, a camera. water gun, roller
blade skates, Sega Sonic 3 game
kind you push down in. the mid-
dle, a Power Ranger Robot, a
flash light, and radio and tape
player and wagon and bike for my
Dad's house. Remote control car
or truck, Miami Dolphin football
and helmet..
I will put some cookies and
milk and a orange and maybe an
apple under the tree.
P.S. I am 7 years old.
Brent Butler







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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOB. FL THURSDAY. DEC. 22. 1994









THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY, DEC. 22, 1994


Dear Santa,
I Love you vere much
you got a big Somek it is not
a rey Santa
I Wot a bor be bol
From
Brylecia
Dear Santa,
I want a go Cera and Tommy
MiGHty MORPHIN geen Power
Rangers"
anefrom Terrance Love Santa
Dear Santa,
I Love you Santa, I want
POWER RANGERS Karissa
Kimberly
Dear Santa,
I Love you more in any body
toke care your reindeer
I Love you reindeer
I Lovee you
Gekeela
Dear Santa,
D My name is Jennifer Bland
and I am 5 years old. I would like
a:'choo-choo train for Christmas.
Please bring my daddy some pur-
ple and blue shirts and my mom-
myIv would ,like a new jean skirt.
-My sissy could use a new book
bag.
Love
Jennifer
Dear Santa,
My name is Rodney Besore. I
am 5 years old, and I would like
an arcade for Christmas. Please
bring ,me and my family some
surprises ..
Love
Rodney
Dear Santa,
My name Is Dusty Alford. I
would like my road grated for
Christmas. I would also like for
my sissy to have about 2 'baby
dolls. Please buying me some wood
ABC's to play with.
Love
Dusty
Dear Santa,
My name is Bianca Falcon. I
am 6 years old and live on Long
Ave. I would like a baby doll and
my. mama and daddy would like
shoes. Don't forget my brothers.
Love
Bianca F.
Dear Santa,
My name is Rachel List and I
live on McClelland' Ave. Please
come see me and my brothers. I
would like a new bike for Christ-
mas.
Love
Rachel
DearSanta, :
My name is Terry Williams. I
am 5 years old an I live in Port St.
Joe. Please bring me some Legos
and a football.
Love
Terry.
Dear Santa, .. '.
\ My name is Andrew Canning-
ton and I just had a birthday! I
am 6 ears 'old. I don't know what
I want for Christmas so bring me
some'surprises.
Love
'Andrew
Dear Santa,
My name is Josey Freeman. I
live on Woodward Ave. by Mr.
Smith .,and Mr. Strickland. I
would like a Sega Genisis. I also
want a remote control car. I will
be careful with it.
Love
Josey
Dear Santa,
My name is Julia Wigsten. I
am 5 years and I live at the
beach.. Please bring me a Simba. I
also want some power rangers.
* Don't forget Pres.
Julia
Dear Santa,
My name is Richard
O'Donnell and' 1 am 5 1/2 years
old. I want a real live puppy and
a science tool belt that you wear
around your waist to carry your.
science stuff. That s itl
Love
Richard
Dear Santa,
My name is Chaes Tharpe.
.Have a Merry Christmas! I would
like a Red Ryder B. B. gun. But
please make. sure it is O.K. with
my mom and dad. I would also
like a McDonald's maker. Don't
forget my sister and mom and
dad.
Love
Chaes
Dear, Santa,
My name is Kenisha Johnson
and I am 6 years old. Have a Mer-
ry Christmas. I would like a bike
for Christmas. Please remember
my sisters too.
Love
Kenisha
Dear Santa,
My name is Albanie Cant and
in stJoe. Please bring me a bike
because my other tire is flat
Don't forget my little cousins. My
uncle wants a new "tindo".
Love
Albanie


Dear Santa,
My name is Michael Quinn. I
am 5 years old and I would like a
bike for Christmas. My sister and
I would. both like a McDonald's
maker. Don't .forget my mama
and daddy.
Love
Michael
Dear Santa,
Have a Merry Christmas and
a Happy New Year. I' would like
some skates for Christmas and a
Baking Oven too. Please some
surprises for my sisters, my
mama and my daddy.
Love
Brittany Barnes
Dear Santa,
How are you? My name is
Kristen Solock and I am 5 years
old. I would like a bike and sur-
prises for me and my mom. I will
leave you some good cookies and


milk


Love
Kristen


Dear Santa,
Please come see me. My
name is Nicole Colvin and I live in
Port St. Joe. Please bring me a-
baby doll and a motorcycle. Re-
member my sister, my brother,
and mama and daddy.
Love ,
Nicole
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a baby doll
house. My name is Bianca Price
and I live in Pine Ridge. I would
also like a bike..
Love,
Bianca
Dear Santa,
I've been a good boy all year
long. Will you please bring me a
Singing Pooh Bear, a choo choo
train and a, Mr. Bucket game.


way In A Manger
just as the angels came to spread
the word, ue'd like to spread our
best holiday wishes to you and
your famniy this season.
Blessing to all with sincere thanks.


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and Christian Supplies


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There will be milk and cookies
waiting for you at my house.
Love,
Trey Humphrey
3 years old
Dear Santa,
I would like a 4-wheeler, and
try to make it a 110. My brother -
Jesse would like the battery pow-
ered 4-wheeler and a baby train.
We have been good most of the
time.
Justin & Jesse
McCroan
Dear Santa,
My name is Eric, and I Like
to play in My free time, and I like
!,to play football and I like you to
bring me a football and Xtreme
Racer, and .a remote control Race
car and truck and all six Power
Rangers arida Cops and robbers
set and new clothes.
Sincerely,
Eric Bellew
Dear Santa Claus,
How are you Santa? I am 8
years old. My name is Sandra
Roney. I live in Port St. Joe, FL. I
want-a real horse and a Barbie
doll and a puppy.
Love,
Sandra Roney
Dear Santa,
My name is Shanna Barnes.
I'm 8 years old. How are Mrs.
Claus, and your helpers and Ru-
dolph? Do you-know what I want
from Christmas?
Love always,
Shanna Barnes


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Dear Santa,
I very good bring surprise
Love Laura
Dear Santa,
I Love you I hope you Are fin
Santa, and elves
from
J. R.
Dear Santa,
Please bring me a baby doll, a
computer, and a, McDonald Res-
taurant. I know you are busy b ut'
please don't forget me.
Love,
Whittney
Dear Santa,
Please bring: me a micro-


phone, a radio, and little baby
chicken. I love you, Santa.
Love,
Julie
Dear Santa, ,
Please bring me a Power
Ranger tape, a Saga, and a Power
Ranger suit. Thank you.
Love,
Mike
Dear Santa,
Please bring me. a stroller
with a baby, a Slobber Doll, and a
baby crib. Thanks for the present
under my Christmas tree.
Love,
Ashley


Dear Santa,
My name's Andrew. I know I-
haven't been very good this year
but I really have been trying very
hard. It's .tough to be six years
old. But if you bring me these
presents, I'll make sure my mom-
my leaves you a bunch of our
yummy homemade Christmas
cookies
I want a dump truck, cars,
monster truck, football and bike.
Thank you Santal 4.
Love,
Andrew Canington
Dear Santa Claus,
Santa, do you have to give
presents to a lot of boys and girl?
Do you go all around the world or
just in America. P.S. I will write
you another letter.
Sincerely,
Garrett Garland'
Dear Santa Claus,
My, name is Jenna Hogan. I
am going Christmas shopping. I
am 7 years old. I want a doll
named Tatootles. I Love you. Do,
you love me?
Love,
Jena Hogan
Dear Santa,
Hil I'm Bart Lowry and I'm 8,
years old. I'm probably going to
my aunt house. I want al 10 speed
and a battery for my Fast Track.
Sincerely,
S Bart Lowry


Dear Santa,
7. Hil I like you because you, are
special. And I want a dog.
Love,
Turner Young
Dear Santa Claus,
Santa Claus how do your
.deer fly. I want a Super Sega.
That is all and a video game. My
name is Kyle. Well, I got a cat.
Will you bring her a present too?'
and my mom and Dad too.
Love,
Kyle Livingston
Dear Santa Claus,
How are you doing? My name
is Sheena Bell. I live in Port St.
Joe. I am 8 years old. How do you
deliver all them presents in one
night? I want a Barbie doll house
and some clothes.
Love,
Sheena
Dear, Santa Claus,
Please Santa I want the Tales
of the Crystle And My pretty
Topsey Tail And Tattootles, Silver
brush ... And Bicycling Baribe .
And Gem Baribe .. Gymnas-
tics Jenny And that's all, Santa,
Hi! My name is Megan, I am 7
years old. I have been a good girl.
My schools name is Elementary
school.. .1 am in 2nd grade I be-
leive in you Santa ....some pe-
pole don't But I do. Me and my
sister will give you some cookies
that we made .And Some milk


too. Well I have to go. Bye-byel t
in Love, ,
Megan Todd
Dear Santa,
My names Angela and I' m1
three years old.
Everybody calls me a sweet
little girl so I guess that means
I've been good This is what I
want for Christmas: a baby swing
& stroller, Gymnastics Barbie.
Baby all-gone, boots, doll house.
and a baby that says "Mommy I
love you."
Mommy will leave you some
milk and cookies.
S,, Love,
SAngela Canington
Dear santo,
I have ben good santo, how
adoul yos.
Dailel
Dear Santa,
I Love you. I was Good This
year. I would like a real looking
baby dool.
From
Emily
Dear Santa,
you are nice t
I Love You
Love
AiAnna


Dear Santa,
I Love ya Sanata, Zack, Kim-
berly, Tommy, video game, Power.
(unsigned).
Dear Santa,
I very good.
Zack black powER Rangers Col-
lection whole trampoline
You red Santa Claus
I Love You Santa Claus
Elves
Randy
Dear Santa, -
you have a chubby little red
nose I Love you
From .,
SLeah Taylor
Dear San
you are on a North Pole. You
will Bee a special Santa. I want a
doll and a POWER RANGERS
game ..
Charles
Dear Santa,
I want for Christmas The
whole collection fo The Power
Rangers and the Jessica doll.
Lizzy
Dear Santa?
"Yeubee a special man.
tell the elves.
her nisyeur special? holidays
This Is Tavia
Dear Santa,
I wish I could see your rein-
dears. I am being good This year 1
want a game Boy. to The North
Pole
From Kyle
SDear Santa,
I want power Rangers and I
want the oncolans of the power
Rangerrs Tommy Sega of the pow-
er Rangers.
Love
Chris


MWITH1, WARM REGARDS
As snow and frost blanket the land, we're warmed by thoughts of the many fine people
we have had the pleasure to serve in the past year.
Merry Christmas and God h/ess you.


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May you have peace and joy at ChristrmaStime.
Thanks for being so good to us!


Oscar Redd
and Family


Dear Santa,
Please bring me a bicycle,
triplets and tatoodles. My house
is all decorated up with a helicop-
ter, ferris wheel, train track, and
lights. Youc an't miss It! Merry
Christmas!
Love,
Amanda
Dear Santa, \,
Please send me a npw bicycle,
a new watergun, and a brand
new toy tractor. Thank you for
that coloring book you gave me"
last year.
.Love,
Dustin H.


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