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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1995
City OK's Development
and Marina Concepts
Planning Consortium Approaches Commission With
Ideas on Financing, Planning and Locations
The proposed marina, to be
located adjacent to the city pier,
and a city limit to city limit rede-
velopment action plan for Port St.
Joe entered the planning stages
with the agreement of the City
Commission during Tuesday eve-
ning's commission meeting.
The Chamber of Commerce
has been exploring the possibilityr'
and feasibility of building a mari-
na for the past several months,
recently establishing a marina
committee to focus on planning,
locating and funding the project
Deborah Gestner presents her credentials for planning as City Commissioners Bill Wood, Johnny Dyiring the planning meeting the
Linton and Attorney William Rish and Mayor Frank Pate pay apt attention., group recognized the need for ad-
Board Considers Policy, Financial Cuts
Search for Method to
Expel Any Student
Found At School
The Gulf County School
Board expressing concern over
the future took at least two steps
In their meeting Tuesday to get
ready to cope with two worrisome
First the Board drew up a
presentation to be publicized and
advertised which will allow them
to expel problem students from
school for the entire year. Using a
state law which prohibits the pos-
session, by students, of firearms
on the school campus the Board
expanded on the.law to meet local- --
They would, as the state re-
quires, immediately expel any
student caught with possession
of a firearm or weapon which
shoots a deadly projectile on the
school campus. Their only ques-
tion was who should do the expel-
ling. After considerable discus-
sion the Board agreed that they
would do the expelling with the
concurrence of the Superinten-
dent; making all in agreement.
In addition the Board agreed
they would add their own require-
ment that students be expelled
also if caught using any other
substance as a weapon against a
fellow student or teacher. This
would Include knives, pipes,
sticks, even pens and pencils
used to stab, which causes harm
to be inflicted upon another per-
They agreed unanimously
that the student would be ex-
pelled from school for the remain-
der of the year should he/she be
in possession of any of these
deadly weapons. Board member
Oscar Redd asked if the school
wouldn't be required to provide
alternative education for students
Superintendent Walter Wilder
replied that under state law they
probably would be; but he felt '
there was still. a need to get stu-
dents with such belligerent atti-
tudes off the school campus,
away from 'the other students,
both for their safety and their
peace of mind while attempting to
get an education.
The Board was also appre-
hensive over state funding follow-
ing the present session of the
Florida Legislature. Temple Wat-
son. Administrative Assistant,
said he is "scared to death" of
what's going to happen on the'
state level for school financing.
Watson suggested the Board
make plans as if a disastrous cut
In funds is in the very near fu-
ture. "It very well might become a
reality", said Watson. as he told
the Board that committee In the
administrative office has been
looking over the budget with a
close eye for the past six weeks.
Watson said It would be desirable
to be prepared as much as possi-
ble even though any cuts at all
would have tremendous affect on
the close budget of the Board this
POSSIBLE FUNDS REDUCTION
Oscar Redd asked the Board,
"Just how far have we gone in
this matter? When people ask me
on the street what our financial
condition is and how we're pre-
paring for these cuts they're read-
ing about in other counties, how
am I going to answer them?"
Wilder said a committee is
made up' of knowledgeable people
In the school system who are
.aware of the expenditures and
'the needs. He said, "As soon as
they get through with their exam-
ination of our entire financial pic-
ture, they will make recommen-
dations to the Board as to what
we should do about financial
(See POLICY on Page 3)
vice from a consultant with exper-
tise in this field.
The Florida Planning Consor-
tium, headed by Deborah Gest-
ner, was highly recommended to
the Chamber. After being contact-
ed by the committee, she visited
Port St. Joe to" evaluate the pro-
ject. She recommended a plan
folding the marina project into a
complete city redevelopment plan
which would make all of the pro-
jects more marketable as funding
sources were searched for.
Tamara Laine, Chamber of
Commerce Executive Assistant,
told the City Commissioners that
funds to pay the consultant's fees
to draw up the plan had been
pledged by local-business, indus-
try and individuals, but were con-
tingent upon the city's accep-
tance of the gift and committing
to be part of the plan.
Laine said, 'The pledges are
contingent upon the acceptance
by the City Commission that the
plan would not be just another
document to sit on the shelf."
Gestner, Florida Planning
Consortium, was present at the
meeting and fielded questions
from the board concerning the
Mayor Frank Pate asked
Gestner if the plan would be du-
plicating the downtown redevel-
opment plan currently being pur-
sued by the Downtown Rede-
velopment Committee. The city is
in the process of applying for a
NQrton: ..Out of ClassrQom, Into Boardroom
Mrs. Charles Norton is given the oath of office as Gulf County's newest School Board member by
County Judge Robert M. Moore as her husband, Charles Norton, holds the Bible upon which she is rest-
ing her left hand.
Mrs. Charles Norton was
sworn in as a School Board mem-
ber in a short ceremony preceed-
ing the Board meeting Tuesday
afternoon. Mrs. Norton was ap-
pointed by Governor Lawtorr
Chiles to fill the vacancy left on
the Board the latter part of Janu-
ary by the resignation of James
County Judge Robert M.
Moore presided over the adminis-
tration of the oath of office to the
new Board member who will
serve out the remainder of Han-
Ion's unexpired term in office.
Mrs. Norton is originally a
resident of Nashville, Tennessee
where she attended Vanderbilt
University. She earned her Mas-
ter's, degree. from. Florida A&M
and her BS in elementary educa-
tion at Vanderbilt.
She. ,has taught in Gulf'
County schools since 1963, on
the elementary, junior. high, high
school and adult schools. She re-
tired from the teaching profession
Mrs. Norton is married to
Charles Norton and they have
three sons, all of whom graduated
from Port St. Joe High School.
She said, "I am very much in-
terested in the education and wel-
fare of the youth of Gulf County.
We have marvelous young people
and I want them to have the best
in preparation for the future."
New Sheriff Describes Purpose of "GCSO, 1995 Version"
Says Main Focus of Department Is To Furnish Gulf County With Good Law Enforcement
Gulf County's new Sheriff said, ness of keeping the peace, including the City of Port St. Joe and Bay disbanded in 1992. She will be
Tuesday, 'We need to get on with the writing speeding tickets, investigation County law enforcement, for the pur- in Callaway and commuting, at
' program of providing good law en- of complaints, investigating robberies, pose of controlling the drug traffic in for the time being.
forcement for the people of Gulf and patrolling the county, including and around Gulf County," he said. "GCSO, 1995 VERSIONi"
County." the beaches," he said. NEW ADMINISTRATOR "GCS 1995 VERSIO
Sheriff Frank McKeithen made DRUG INVESTIGATIONS Just this week Sheriff McKeithen McKeithen said he is only int
this succinct observation in an ad- 'We're stepping up our investiga- said he had hired a new administra- ed in providing law enforcement
dress before the Kiwanis Club at their tions of illegal drug use and sales. tive assistant for the local depart- "by the book". "I'm not interest
noon meeting Tuesday. The Sheriff Just last week we made a large drug ment. politics. I'm interested in pro
said, 'We're not going to run the abuse haul, with the cooperation of He has hired Renee Corley, a for- Gulf County what they deserve-
Sheriffs office as a political office, but other law enforcement agencies in the mer deputy police chief for Callaway apartment which will meet their
as a department furnishing law en- county. We're not going to ignore the to be in charge of internal affairs, per- and make them proud of it."
forcement for the people of Gulf drug problem. It's a real problem in sonnel, corrections and other admin- He said morale was very high
County!" Gulf County, as well as other istrative matters in the office. the main job of the department's
Sheriff McKeithen said there will counties in Florida. We're not going to "Her expertise is what mine's not," has returned to a focus on law en
be obvious changes made in the, de- ignore it, nor are we going to devote the Sheriff said. 'You don't need an- ment. 'You have good personnel
apartment during the next few weeks our entire resources to it," the new other 'me' in the county. Mrs. Corley department, our money is tigh
including new uniform colors,- a dif- Sheriff said. is extremely well qualified for the job we're going to do the very best w
ferent color scheme for the patrol The Sheriff identified a new inves- she has been asked to do," he contin- to overcome the past year. You ca
cars and more visibility of the depu- tigative and apprehension team for ued. the present Sheriffs office 'the
tiesin the community. drug work in the county. "We have Mrs. Corley worked with the Call- version,' completely different
"We're getting back to the busi- formed a cooperative task force with away department until that office was what has been," the Sheriff conc
$600,000 downtown redevelop-
ment grant to be earmarked for
renovating Reid Avenue in Port
Gestrier responded noting in
order for the marina to work she
felt that it had. to be physically
connected to the downtown area.
She pointed out that Port St. Joe
had a very well laid out down-
town area but that the plans for
the city needed to flow together,
tying the development: programs
Gestner explained that her
document would consist of more
than just a plan for redevelop-
ment but would include recom-
mendations for implementation, a
feature left out of most develop-
According to Gestner the plan
would be developed in three stag-
es. First, the city commissioners
and community leaders would
participate in a workshop identi-
fying the needs and directions the
plan needs to take. Then work-
shops would be conducted with
the public to get their feedback
and recommendations. After the
basic plan had been drawn up, a
meeting with state and federal
agencies, which would be in-
volved in the permitting aid fi-
nancing of the various aspects of
the plan, would be held to see
how they receive the plan and get
feedback from them.
Wayne Taylor. chainnan of
Sthe Downtown Redevelopment
Committee, pointed out that the
city had adopted a downtown re-
development plan in 1990 and
(See APPROVES oni Page 3)
... Spelling Champ
Tracey Fitzgerald, an
eighth grade student at Port
St. Joe Middle School, spelled
her way to a repeat county
spelling championship on
Wednesday, .March 1. This
year's county bee was held in
the Media Center .at Port St.
'Joe Middle and High Schools
and had six contestants, one
from each school in the county
having grades five through
After several rounds of
competition the field had been
narrowed to Tracey and Sarah
Bailey, a Wewahitchka eighth
grader. The competition see-
sawed back and forth .until Sa-
rah missed "spherical". Tracey
then spelled it and also the
next word on the pronouncer's
list, "lustrous", for her champi-
Other school champs par-
ti6ipating in the bee were:
Lindsey, Carter, Wewahitchka
Elementary; Lisa Curry, Port
St. Joe Elementary; Drew Tu-
ten, Highland View Elemen-
tary; and Rachel Geoghagan,
Faith Christian School.
Barbara Shirley Scott
served as pronouncer for the
county bee and Virginia Harri-
son and Martha Sanborn were
The Gulf County champ's
next challenge will be the re-
gional competition in Panama
City on Saturday, March 18.
F, / 7.
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PAGE TWO .THURSDAY, MARCH 9,1995
What's Best for Us
IS ST. JOE PAPER Company going to make the decision to
sell our paper mill or is it going to remain a part of this business
giant here in Florida? For 'selfish reasons, we hope ownership re-
mains as it has been for the past 60 years. St. Joe Paper has
served Port St. Joe well and even though they have some busi-
ness practices some people don't like, they are there for the long
range protection of the firm and its future well-being.
Supposition as to whether or not they will decide to sell the
mill and/or other portions of the now-solid business empire has
rocked the business world of Florida and sent reverberations as
far as the halls of Congress in Washington, D.C., with musing
Son whether they will or they won't, occupying the conversations
both public and private throughout the eastern portion of the
A SALE WILL OBVIOUSLY benefit some people and some
operations throughout the south. Maintaining the assets will
just as obviously benefit others and we're not about to speculate
as to which group is largest or more in need of increased or pro-
We only know, that as far as we can see, it will benefit Port
St. Joe more if the situation is left as is and if any changes are
made, they be made to strengthen that situation.
It's no deep dark secret that St. Joe Paper Company, under
its present ownership has been good for Port St. Joe. Any'
change could be disastrous or it might possibly be advanta-
geous. It will bode us- all well to stay abreast of what is happen-
ing with the situation at all times and do what we can to assure
a sweet deal for Port St. Joe, regardless of what happens.
WE REALIZE THAT paper mills arid other manufacturing in-
stallations have been sold in the past throughout the nation
without any deleterious effect. That is likely to be the case here.
Each cog of the duPont business machine-which comes under
the management of St. Joe Paper Company, depends on the
strength of the other cog for its well-being. Likely that position'
will still serve to protect any portion of the empire when the ulti-
mate decision is made.
We will hear all kinds of rumors before a- final decision is
made in this matter. It will pay us all to get factual Information'
before we go off the deep end with any reaction. Remember, the
decision has been made only to consider sale. The decision on
whether or not to sell will, properly, not be made overnight.
A Starring Role
DO PEOPLE FROM Port St. Joe have underarm odor, halito-
sis or bad body odor?,Is the city itself offensive to the remainder
of the state-Tallahassee and state government especially? Or do
people tend to ignore us because we are small? Or could we have
an inferiority complex?
Is It our imagination or has our role in the formation of the
state of Florida 150 years ago last Friday been ignored by the re-
mainder of Florida? We admit we overlooked the day here at The
Star, but we didn't have a committee on the state payroll or any
other payroll whose sole responsibility was to call our attention
to it. ...
We-knew about the upcoming celebration, but we didn't real-
ize it was to begin last Friday. The late GeorgeAdkins of Blount-
stown called the upcoming event to our attention several years
ago at a Historical Society annual meeting and advised us all the
state of Florida was going to go "allf out" to celebrate the state's
150th birthday-its sesquicentennial.
WE HAVE BEEN IGNORED again! Port St. Joe just happens
to be the one spot in Florida where the new state's first constitu-
tion was drawn up, agreed to and'signed. Not Tallahassee; nor
in outer space; not in Washington, D.C., or even in Vernon; the
burial place of one of the signers. But all 'of these locations were
hosts to ceremonies marking the 150th anniversary of the initia-
tion of Florida statehood, making it the 27th state, Friday.
Do you feel, as we do, that at least some'sort of state spon-
sored arid financed ceremony should have been held at the State
Museum building here in Port St. Joe? It was here things were
accomplished in 1838 to get the necessary work done to make
the territory of Florida eligible for statehood. It was here the
agreement was hammered out by the representative from Ver-
non, from St. Augustine, from Jacksonville. and from other parts
of the territory, and officially signed, creating the way to become
a state. _
.It's only appropriate, that in all of the elaborate planning,.
celebration, recognition and paying honors which are to be done
throughout this sesquicentennial year, Port St. Joe should at
least be mentioned in one of them. We did play more than a mi-
nor role in Florida's birth
Did you hear about Jim and
Jennifer Barron up in Trentoin,
Tennessee? This enterprising
couple built their home and barn
under one roof. They have taken
the term 'getting things together"
to new heights. The Barron's have
bunker Down with Kes
by Kesley Colbert
Two Mules For Sister Ruby
three quarter horses and I guess
ole Jim got tired of tramping out
to the barn the old-fashioned way
through the rain, sleet and snow
to see about 'em in the rough
winter months. Now, if he wants
to check on 'em, he just turns
down the T.V. and whistles .....
e The couple pipes music into
'the stables for the well-kept hors-
es and a sprinkling system will
soon be added to keep the dust
down in the riding arena. I men-
Stioned to Cathy that we might
think about: one of those small
sprinkler systems to go over the
top of our kitchen cabinets .....
Jennifer is a member of the
Women's Professional Rodeo As-
sociation and competes in barrel
riding competitions at rodeos and
horse shows. The indoor arena
comes in handy when preparing
for competltlon or just exercising
the horses. I think they probably
refer to the stables as "the back
bed rooms". And the arena, quite
naturally, would be the ultimate
They've worked out a unique
system for temperature control. If
one of the horses gets a tad warm
during the night, he beats on his
"bed room wall". Tlde whole house
shakes Jim nudges Jen who
jumps up and cranks down the
thermostat a notch or two. And
feeding up, according to the Bar-
ron's, is no trouble at all. The
hungry horse will simply stroll
into the kitchen and sit down at
the table. 'The best thing," says
Mrs. Barron, "'is they are not
fussy eaters. About the only thing
they won't try are those rice
What a novel idea It just nev-
er crossed my mird to.put horses
in -the back room. And I suspect
there could be some drawbacks.
I'd hate ,to get behind one trying
to turn around in the hall. And
you'd have to wonder if they
could ever "make it" to the up-
stairs bathroom. I've had dogs,
,cats and two children crawl into
my bed unannounced in the mid-
dle of the night, but folks; I draw
the line on Trigger ..
'We don't ,hardly ever hear
the horses.," Barron said,, "unless
they get really shook up." About
the only way you can "shake ,up"
a bunch of horses living in the
back room is to have the electrici-
ty to go off ln the middle of Crook
and Chase, or big Jim lets it slip
'that his mother-in-law is coming
for a visit
You know I could have really
put this house-barn thing to good
use in 1959. We, of course, were
still doing it the old-fashioned
way. Our barn set maybe fifty,
sixty yards behind the house. The
worst part of being so out-dated
were those early morning Janu-
ary dashes down to milk those
lop-eared old cows. Listen, the
back door knob was cold, the
screen door was. cold, ,the path
was cold, the barn was 40 below
and the cows were frigid. Most
mornings old Bessie didn't want
your freezing fingers wrapped
around anything she had....
If Dad had only known! We
could have added a couple of
rooms and let the cows move into
the big house. I'd 'a, kept a clean
pall and a strainer riglft beside
my bed. Every morning as Mother
shook me gently wake me, Fd
greet her and say, "Send in old
We could a' thrown Jerry Lee
Lewis on the hi-fl doing Great
Balls Of Fire or Little Queenie
and you talk about a milk-a-thonl
We could have gathered the cows
around the, kitchen table and
added a whole new meaning to
the term "instant milk", I tell you,
I can't believe we .didn't think
about this thirty.years ago.
I reckon we'd a' had to take
those twoold mules in also. They
couldn't even get along with each
other-much less anybody else.
There's flaws in every plan .....
Perhaps we could have let Aunt
Ruby Nell bunk in with them. I
bet that would have cut down on
her frequent, lengthy visits.
'Course, come to think of it, that
wouldn't 'a bothered Aunt Ruby
Nell much-she was (and is) as
stubborn as both of those mules
(See KESLEY on Page 3)
Sharks Lost in Final Four but They're Still State Champs to Us
I WISH I COULD write this
column on an exultant note, re-
living the play at the state basket-
ball tournament and its resulting
state championship for Port St
Joe. But, I can't do it.
Of course I would like to en-
joy the "bragging rights" which'
goes with being state champions.
There's a certain satisfaction
about being able to say, our team
is state champions [in anything!]
and has been for two years in a
The ability to do that would
. make me feel good and I know it
'would make you feel good too. We
all have had this luxury for the
past year and it felt good! It
makes your chest swell out with
pride and your step is a little
The Sharks have brought
home the championship several
times over the past few years.
They have always been in the
thick of the play-offs; a team for
the opposition to beat, if they
were going to wrest the champi-
onship from the Sharks' grasp.
I WISH THIS were so for all
Most of all I wish it were so
for Jermaine, Mario, Brian, Bar-
ry, Damien, Damon, Chad, Chris,
Desmond, John, Doyle, and Rob-
ert, who worked so hard and long
over the past four or five years,
and played their hearts out over
the past years, in order to climb
to the lofty heights as the best
Class 3-A basketball team in the
state of Florida,. I don't care what
I would also like to report a
second state championship for
Coach of the Year Vernon Eppin- j
ette and his assistants Chuck'
Gannon and Wayne Stevens.
These past two seasons have
been no bed of roses for them, el-
ther. There was working and
training to do; and teaching just
the right techniques. I'm sure
there had to also be a certain
amount of encouraging activity
going on, too.
WHAT I'M TRYING to say is:
this group of young men and
their coaches didn't just decide
one day they were going to be
state champions and just mark.i
time until state championship
play came around.
There was an awful lot of
planning. and work; conditioning
and work; practice and .work;
travelling a good ways from home
on a school night, only to have to
report for class the next morning
. on time. and work; there
was even having to report for
class on time on the morning af-
ter a stolen ball in the final 10
seconds of the semi-finals turned
a victory into defeat.!
Coach Eppinette said, at a
civic club meeting, recently, "We
can play with anybody All we
have to do is keep the score close
and we can wear 'em down by the
end of the game. Our young men
are in excellent condition. They
can run with anybody!"
They were keeping the score
close Friday afternoon-a little
ahead _for most of the game-and
ran with a passion, stealing ball
after ball. Desmond Baxter did
what he was best at; he scored.
two clutch baskets-five points-
with less than a minute to play.
Jermaine Larry did what he has
done best all season long-stolen
(the ball for the Sharks as they
took a narrow lead into the final
30 seconds of the game. Things
were going according to plan.
Then, with two Sharks and, a
Crusader battling for a loose baNll
at mid-court, the Crusader
tripped over a downed Shark and
the referee whistled the downed
Shark for a foul on a controver-
sial call. It was a judgment call
on the part of the referee, but it
resulted in the Crusaders tying
the game with the resulting foul
shots and the pressure-cooker
situation both teams found them-
selves facing the final 10 seconds
of the game.
IS THERE ANY consolation
in this situation for Port St. Joe?
I think so.
Port St. Joe has seen some of
the best in basketball played by
its high school team during the
past two -years than any small
town should ever expect to see.
The game has been played as it
should be played; fair, hard and
expertly. The school has not gone.
looking for "patsies" to throw at
its highly competent young men,
like a puppy tossing about an old
Port St. Joe has had an op-
portunity to see and participate
in some of the highest level bas-
ketball play outside college and
Fans such as Theo Johnson
and Paul Sewell, haven't had to
follow the team just because it
was the "home team".
And to their credit, the Port
St. Joe fans didn't leave it to the
team to have to appear in the cav-
ernous Civic Center in Tallahas-
see all alone. They were champi-
onship fans, too; in numbers and
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1995
Red Cross Telethon Tops $50,000'
On Love And Marriage
* A woman marries a man hoping he will change. A man marries a
woman hoping she won't.
* 'Do you know why most marriages fail these days? Neither do I?
* If you want to keep a; six-pack cold, just place, it next to my ex-
wife's hear. (author unknown)
* Love and marriage is like a garden; it must be tended to on a daily
* Have you met my ex-wife, the plaintiff?
* Do. you know why divorces cost so much these days? Because
they are worth itl
* "A divorce' never, stops to consider the one it hurts the mostly"
* Love is defined as: "A pool of emotions surrounded by a sea of
* "On love and marriage I want to say one thing: 'Woman if you're
married wear that ringl'" (Tom T. Hall. from his hit song. Salute To
* Hogs don't fall in love with one another. They fall in love with
food. Some people are hogs. They ard better off, in some instances.
* 'That dirt is packed as hard as a prostitute's heart!" (A construc-
tion foreman in Knoxville, Tennessee. about 1973)
to tishning anU go L. T Lit Ls one rU i
* Your children will be on their ow
well love them until then.
* "My wife ran off with my best frier
* "If your phone don't ring, it's me.'
* "I'm walking the floor over you." (
argument with his wife, killed her
* If a man ever tells you he has won
lie about other things, tool
* Finally, the man comes home a
wife, determined not to get mad,
K Osley '.
(From Page ) .
put together and can out-talk any
animal on earth be, they two-
legged or four-legged. .
We could have added a wing
for the chickens and built an egg
chute right'to the kitchen. Come
Sunday the preacher could Just
point out the bird he wanted on
his way in to wash up.
This idea may not be too late.
If you haven't started building
yet-there's time for you to rede-
sign. I think of all the times I had
to go "out to the barn" for some-
thing and it just makes me sick.
I applaud Jim and Jennifer
Barron for their foresight. I've
never seen the place but I'm mak-
ing plans to get up and look it
over. I called and got Jennifer on
the phone, "Si e, come on up,
spend the night-we'll put you in
a back stall." I
"Uh, Uh,.. thanks. Can I
bring my AuntRuby Nell?"
The all local Central Panhan-
dle Chapter American Red Cross
telethon, which concluded Sun-
day morning passed $50,000 in
pledges. This represents an 11$
increase over last 'year's initial
fundraiser. As the final hour end-
ed, $50,267 flashed on the pledge
board, although this amount may
yet go higher as some persons,
who failed to donate during the
telethon, may do so at the local
Chapter this week.
'There are a lot of tired folks,"
said Executive Director, Dick Pas-
coe, as the telethon ended. "but,
it's a good tired. You've done a
wonderful thing. Everyone can
take pride," Pascoe also ex-
pressed "strong and heartfelt ap-
preciation" to General. Manager
John Ray, "and everyone at
WJHG-TV, News Channel 7",
which again produced the pro-
gram and donated the air time.
Everyone who pledged during
the weekend telethon will receive
mail confirmation of their com-
mitment, and- are urged to re-
spond in a timely manner. "It was
a quantum leap from last year:,
Pascoe said, praising the volun-
teer teams and local performing
talent. Over 100 area performers,
representing nearly 40 "acts", ap-
peared during the 22-hour tele-
Pinewood Derby Race-March 11
Port St. Joe's Pack 47 2nd Annual Cub Scout Pinewood Derby
Race is set for Saturday. March 11 at 1:00 p.m. at the Centennial
This race is an annual event with scout troops from all over the'
United States participating yearly. Boys make their "cars" from a
block of wood and paint and decorate them as they wish.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend Saturday's race
which is sure to be exciting for participants as well as spectators.
Anyone interested in more information on Cub Scouts, please
contact Andy Duke at 229-8190 or Jim Doster at 229-8498.
(Continued from Page 1)
his only concern was how this
,. ,' plan would mesh with the exist-
n the day you die. You might as ng pan
nd and LIsure do miss him'!" DrTim Nelson responded
stating,that the current plan was
only specific on the Reid Avenue
A line a man said after he had an area, not for the rest of the rede-"
and buried her under his house.) velopment district, nor the rest of
men figured out, watch him. He'll the city likes the proposed plan
S Would 'be.
it three in the morning and the Following a motion by Com-
St"Hi." The manreplies, "Me, missioner Johnny Linton, second-
says, "Hi." The an replies, "Me, ed by Commissioner Charles
Tharpe, the City Commission of-
grand!!! fered its support to the project.
IN OTHER BUSINESS
Se* TheBoard decided to allow
l e te r "Public Works Superintendent
Frank Healy to enter into a posi-
tive incentive program for city
employees. Under the program a
to th e worker's annual wage increase
would be based upon his/her ob-'
'E d ito r Decided to investigate the
construction of a new girls' soft-
Letter to the editor, ball field to be located in the vi-
As a new resident of Port St. cinity of the ballpark complex off
Joe I feel compelled to express my of 10th Street In Port St. Joe.
gratitude to the players and Granted the Washington
coaches of the. 19914-1995 Port St. Improvement Group permission
Joe High School baSketbali tean. to share in use of the Senior Citi-
.,_ y L,-, -IM6 .a;.Y al fo'r ; eens Building at-the Washington'
someone to feel' part of a new Recreation Site when vacated by
community but I was fortunate to the Senior Citizens.
have arrived in the midst of their '
monumental pursuit of a second .
consecutive state basketball I y
championship. Like a lifelong res-
ident, I was caught up in the ex- (Continued from Page 1)
citement and drama of every.
game. matters." '
Never have I seen a commu-
nity unite like we did around
such a small. group of student
athletes. And what a group it is;'
30-4, the state's top sportsmen,
and excellent students to boot
Their accomplishments, both on
and off the court, are something
we can all brag about, state title
We may not be able to add
1994- 1995 3A basketball champi7
ons to the billboards on each end
of our town but you can bet that
any city in this state would be
proud to 'call these guys. their
I Model Rocketeers!
"I can tell you one thing," the.
Superintendent continued, "I will
not be in favor of reducing the
number of teachers and possibly
Jeopardize the quality of our edu-
cational product with any cuts. I
realize they may have to be made,
but I would )favor an across the
board reduction of expenditures
to meet our financial resources."
Wilder said the Board can be
assured any shortfall in revenue
will not catch the Board or ad-
ministration without an alternate
plan. 'You will be expected to join
in making these economies once
the committee gets its recommen-
dations down on paper; recom-
mendations that will affect every
facet of the school operation."
Owen Oksanen, M.D. of Port
St. Joe, recently attended the
Florida Academy of Family Physi-
clians' 68th Family Practice Week-
end at the Mariott at Sawgrass
Resort in Ponte Vedra Beach,
February 24-26, with 340 other
y The Florida Academy of Fami-
ly Physicians is the state chapter
of the American Academy of Fam-
.ly physicians formed in 1947 to.
promote the highest standard of
continuing comprehensive health
care for the American people and
to train personal physicians for
the family "unit. The Academy is
-!the largest medical specialty
group in the United States with
nearly 79,000 members.
th Family practice, approved as
the 20th medical specialty in
1969, stands at the forefront of
medicine today and with 2.5 mil-
lion uninsured Floridians, the re-
turn of the old-fashioned family
'doctor and a "health care home"
for these residents is needed
more than ever.
Recognizing the Importance
4;of keeping family physiclains up
ie-to date on the latest- inWhealth'
"care, ,this meeting provided infor-
mation that helps assure your
family doctors are prepared to
meetyour health careneeds.
Open House at.
Taunton Family Children's
Home .is planning an Open
House. for Saturday, March 18,
from 2:00 5:00 p.m. A bar-be-
que chicken supper is scheduled
for 3:00 p.m. The public is invit-
ed. There Is no charge.
This has been a good year at
Athe Children's Home. Many vol-
Sunteer workers and private con-
tributions have made possible
substantial improvements to the
buildings and grounds.
Judge David Taunton and his
wife, Abigail, Gus and Nancy
'Wise and all the Board of Direc-
'tors of the Home wish to take this
opportunity to express their grati-
tude to all those who make the
.Children's Home possible.
* Beer & Wihe
cast on Channel 7. 'You've made
this community stand tall, ready
to take care of our own", he said.
The Red Cross is the nation's
foremost volunteer emergency -
services organization, yet receives
no government or taxpayer aid.
Its local programs are made pos-
sible entirely by voluntary servic-
es and financial support from ac-
tivities such as the telethon. The
Central Panhandle Chapter'
serves .Bay, Calhoun, Holmes,
Jackson, 'Gulf and Washington
Course at GCCC
A "Real Estate Broker" course
will be held on Mondays, Tues-
days and Thursdays, April 3rd
through May- 18th from 6:00 to
Participants must hold an ac-
tive real estate salesman's li-
cense. Also, successful comple-
' tion of this course and one year
in practice is 'required by F.R.E.C.
to be eligible to take the broker's
exam. The fee is $350 for Florida-
residents and registration, dead-
line is March 29.
Workshop for PSJ
Revital zaton Plan
Area leaders are interested in the public's thoughts on
developing a revitalization plan for Port St. Joe. A commu-
nity-wide workshop will be held next Thursday, March 16,
from 7:00 9:00 p.m. at City Hall. This will be the first step
towards creating a planned community based upon public
Everyone is encouraged to attend and present their
views. For more information contact Tamara Laine, Execu-
tive Assistant of the Chamber of Commerce at 227-1223.
The workshop is being sponsored by theGulfCounty Cham-
ber of Commerce and financial support is being pledged by
private businesses and individuals.
Flood Victims Need
Interviews will be conducted
on March 9, 10, and 11, (Thurs-
day, Friday, and Saturday) at the
Wewahitchka Community Build-
ing from 8:00 a.m. to. 5:00 p.m.,
CST, for those individuals having
homes in Gulf County which were
directly affected by the flooding in
In an effort to become cost-
effective with the federal assis-
tance provided to repeated flood
victims, the powers that be in
Washington 'have created and
mandated hazard mitigation in
the states which have received
FEMA money. In order for the af-
Certification (only) for Wewa-
hitchka commodity recipients will
take place on Wednesday, March
15, from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.,-
CST, at the Old Courthouse.
Those in Wewahitchka whose
cards have expired should bring.
their necessary papers on that
day to recertify.
The Commodity Office at the
Gulf County Courthouse in Port
St. Joe is open Monday through
Friday (except holidays) from 9:00
a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.
to 5:00 p.m., EST, for. certifica-
Please note that the next
commodity distributionwill be in
April. For further information feel
free to call 229-611LI; 639-5068,
fected states to receive federal as-
sistance, the state governments
are required to find long-term so-
lutions to the flood victims.
The main goal of hazard miti-
gation is to prevent families or
businesses from becoming future
.flood victims-whether it be by el-
evation of the structures, by mov-
ing them to higher ground, or etc.
,The process of hazard mitiga-
tion is presently in the Interview-
ing and planning stages---trying
to get the big picture of the extent
of the flooding problem. i.e. how
many homes are affected, do the
people prefer elevation over mov-
ing, etc. As a flood victim, if you
have not been interviewed, have
*any questions and are interested
-in this program, please call 'Cliff
I'Campbell at 639-3763 to. sched-
-'ule an appointment.'
The Disaster Debris Program
created as a result of Tropical
Storm Alberto and the Flood of
'1994 will come to an end on
'March 9. After this date there will
"no.longer be dumpsters available
for debris disposal in Gulf
However,: debris canr still be
taken to the Wetappo C & D Fa-
cility in Wewahitchka .and the
Five Points Landfill, north .of Port
Should you 'have any ques-
tions regarding what items are
accepted at these facilities, call
the Gulf County Solid Waste De-
'partment at 227-3696.
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PAGE 4A THE STARi PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1995
CHILDREN'S HEALTH FORUM
Elizabeth C. Jones, M.D. j
Normal oral (by mouth) temperature is 98.6 degrees and normal
rectal temperature is 99.6. Oral temperature of 99-100 and rectal
temperature of 101 degrees will be a definite fever.
Everyone needs to know how to read a thermometer. If you
really can not see, the silver line in a regular thermometer there are
red line thermometers or digital thermometers. You can have some
indication of fever by touch, but one really needs to definitely check
in order to know the magnitude of the problem. Experienced nurses
(mothers and grandmothers too) are unable to gauge a fever by
touch. If you think the child has a fever you need to check it with a
Fevers are not all bad. The body mounts a defense against a
viral or bacterial infection by running a fever. Often the body will
contain the infection by developing its own antibodies in the blood.
Fevers do, however, need to be controlled. Our usual
instructions for fever management are:
1. Acetominophen (Tylenol, Tempra or Liquiprin in appropriate
doses for age and weight) every four (4) hours for temperature
101 and over. In the past, Aspirin was used to reduce fever. It
worked well, but because Reyes Syndrome seemed associated
with the use of aspirin, we discontinued using, it in viral
illnesses with fevers. The incidence of Reyes Syndrome has
dropped from. 550 cases per year to 25 since aspirin is no
longer used to reduce fevers in children.
2. Bathe or sponge (usually 15-20 minutes) with tepid water for
temperature 103 or over. The bathing is done to keep the
temperature in the 100-102 level to prevent the child from
having a fever convulsion from temperatures of 104-105.
In recent years, doctors and patients have found ibuprofen
(Advil or Motrin).to be very helpful with high fevers. If your doctor
thinks ibuprofen may be indicated it will be suggested.
When children are feverish, we want the body heat to escape
and dissipate. That means you should not wrap up a child with
blankets. The child may feel chilly, but if wrapped in blankets the
temperature will rise. It is acceptable to wrap in a sheet if the
closeness makes the child feel better.
With the climate in Port St. Joe, there is no time a child could
not be taken outside if it is necessary. Generally speaking, when a
child is ill'.he should be in comfortable, surroundings with a,
competent caretaker. But, if the circumstances dictate moving him
for whatever reason, this is acceptable.
Children often run slight fevers during the first day or so of a
new cold. When running a fever, they use up much more liquid than
when they are normal. You always need to coax or push extra liquid
into the child running a fever. Dehydration can become an
additional problem for a child who has been running a fever and not
Children who have fevers that persist or children who exhibit
abnormal behavior will need to see the doctor.
'' Celebrate 55th
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Maige cel-
ebrated their 55th wedding anni-
versary on March 2nd.
Their son and daughter-in-
law, Tony and Elaine, along with
granddaughters, Dana Maige and
Christy Staab, great grand-
daughters, Kyrsten and Kaitlen
Staab, hosted a dinner at Red
Lobster in honor of the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Maige
Goodbye to Mother
It's so very sad this day had to
More so for me than some.
We had so many things that
only the two of us shared,
not that some of the others even
I could always count on you and I
was there for you too. You can
count on me not to forget that
you had so many things that you
still wanted to say and do. I will
do and say them for you..
Your Eldest Daughter,
SUE MADALINE KYZER
(6Trust me for
all your life
f I 229-6514
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Like a good neighbor
State Farm is there.
Alexis Nichole Strickland
It's A Girl!
John and Natalie Strickland
are proud to announce the birth
of their daughter, Alexis Nichole
Alex was born on February
23 at 4:15 a.m. at Gulf Coast
Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds 7
ounces and was 21 3/8 inches
McLeod to Speak
at DAR Meeting
The St. Joseph Bay Chapter
of D.A.R. will meet on Wednes-
day, March 15 at 12:00 p.m.,
E.S.T., at the Garden Center on
Eighth Street In Port St. Joe. Dur-
ing the meeting, Lt. Commander
James C. McLeod will speak on
the R.O.T.C. program in Gulf
In addition, a report will be
given on the H.S.S. D.A.R. Cen-
tennial Conference which will be
held March 10-12 at the Marina
Hotel in Jacksonville. Several
members from the St. Joseph Bay
Chapter will be attending.
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Tracy Clark-Charles Thursbay
To Wed In March
Jack and Evelyn Parker, of
Parker and Jeff and Dixie Clark,
of Altha are proud to announce
the engagement and forthcoming
marriage of their daughter, Tracy
Clark to Charles Thursbay, son of
Ralph and Cathey Hobbs and Er-
nest and Donna Thursbay of Gulf
The bride-elect is the grand,-
daughter of Robert and Ethel Par-
nell, E. G. and Marcell Parker,
and David and Edith Walters, all
of Panama City.
She Is a 1988 graduate of
Rutherford High School and has
been employed for the past three
years with the Gulf County Sher-
Her fiance is the grandson of
Charles and Francis Parker of
Mexico Beach and Wilmer and
Ernestine Thursbay of Panama
City., Charles is a 1983 graduate
of Port St. Joe High School. He is
currently employed by Parker Re-
Shenoya Renee Fthnei
daughter of Sheila and -Stevein
Fennell of Port St Joe. will be
christened at Primitive Baptist
Church on March 12. by Rever-
Observing the occasion will
be Shenoya's proud godparents,
Charles and Iris Gathers.
Classes at GCPHU
The Gulf County Health De-
partment. is offering childbirth;
classes beginning Tuesday,"
March 14th. The classes will meet
every Tuesday for six weeks from
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
To register or get more infor-
mation, call 227-1276.
alty in Mexico Beach.
A March 25th wedding is
planned at Parker Memorial Park
on the comer of Third and West
Park Streets in Parker. The cere-
mony will begin at 2:00 p.m. arid
a reception will follow at the Park-
er Community Center.
All their-friends are .invited to
share this: blessed event with
Jelaine Elizabeth Massingill
A New Daughter!
April, and ,David Massingill
are proud to announce the birth
of- their daughter, Jelaine Eliza-
beth Massingill, on February 14.
at Gulf Coast Hospital. She
weighted 8 pounds 3 ounces and
was 21 inches long.
She is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Caldwell of
St. Joe Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
David Massingill of Bayou
George. She is the great-
granddaighter of Stella Jackson
of Owensboro, Kentucky.
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THE LOOK THAT LASTS'
THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. MARCH 9. 19f95
Proclai nsDA.R Centennial Weekend
Mrs. Sadie' Gardner, Regent, St. Joseph Bay Chapter of the Daugh-
ters of the American Revolution looks on as Mayor Frank Pate, Jr. signs
'into effect a proclamation recognizing March 10-12 as Florida Daughters
of the American Revolution Centennial Weekend in Port St. Joe.
In doing so, he encourages all citizens to recognize the significant
role the Florida Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution has
played in the preservation of our state and national heritage.
PFC James B. Ard completed
marine recruit training on Febru-
ary 24 at the Marine Corps Re-
cruit Depot in Parris Island,
South Carolina. Ard was taught
the basics of battlefield survival,
introduced to typical military dai-
ly routine and.personal and pro-,
All recruits participate in an
active physical, conditioning pro-
gram and gain proficiency in a va-
riety of military skills,. including
first aid, rifle marksmanship, and
close order drill ii an eleven week
Ard was in the top four of "G"
Ragueatha Latifah Bailey
RaQueatha Is One
RaQueatha Bailey' will cele-
brate her first birthday on Sun-
day, March 12 at her home. Help-
ing her mark the occasion will be
her family and friends.
RaQueatha is the daughter of
LyTonya! and Richard. She is the
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Lee Williams and Mr. and
Mrs. Cleveland Bailey. She is the
great-granddaughter of Mi'. and
Mrs. Claude Thomas. Sr.
The Wewahitchka Social Club
will have a dance on Friday,
March 10 from 7:30 until 11:00
p.m., C.S.T. It will be held at the
Wewa Civic Center on Third
Street at the rear of the Court-
Entertainment will be provid-
ed by the popular new Cypress
Everyone is invited to attend
for a donation of $5.00 at the
For more information, please
Company, Second Battalion, pro-
moted to squad leader, earned a
medal in rifle marksmanship and
was promoted to the rank of PFC.
James is a 1994 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School. He is
the son of Donna Ard and grand-
son of Charles W. and Wanell
Posey, all of Highland View.
PFC James' B. Ard
USS Kitty Hawk
Navy Airman James 0. Wat-
kins, Jr., son of Dianne S. and
James 0. Watkins, Sr. of Port St.
Joe,, recently reported for duty
aboard the aircraft carrier, USS
Kitty Hawk. homeported in San
He Is a 1994 graduate of Port
St. Joe High School
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Computer Balancing Disposal Tax
City Pickup Fee
On Sunday, March 12, at
4:00 p.m. in Trinity Church, Apa-
lachicola, the Bay Brass Quintet
from Panama city will return to
Apalachicola for a program of Mu-
sic for Organ and Brass. Last in
Apalachicola in 1992 for a "Con-
cert in the Park," they will be
joined by Dr. Bedford Watkins
who will play the 1840 tracker or-
gan of Trinity Church. The date of
the organ has only recently been
established from the original
records of sale to Apalachicola
from the remaining files of the
firm of the organ maker, Henry:
Bill Thompson and lan Milne
will play trumpet with Jack May,
on french horn, Lou Lyda on
trombone, and Terry Stryker on
Career Day Held
at Wewa High
Career Day was held on Feb-
ruary 23rd at Wewahitchka High
School. Fifteen different career
fields were represented.
The careers and those repre-
senting them were: Law Enforce-
ment, Greg Cole; Computer Pro-
gramming, Herman Daniels from
Gulf Coast Community College;
Health Professions, Gina Thorne,
A.H.E.C. in Tallahassee; Televi-
sion Productions, Steve Cook,
WMBB-TV 13; St. Joe Container
Company, Bill Holten; Gulf Coast
Electric Co-op, Roy Barnes;
Banking, Tonya Nixon, Wewa-
hitchka State Bank; Florida Divi-
sion of Forestry, Buddy Layfleld;
and Auto Mechanics, Ronny
Also participating was a rep-
resenative from the Gulf County'
Road Department; Florida Game
and Fish Commission, Robert
Miller; Social Worker, Sissy God-.
win, Health and Rehabilitative
Services; Retail Business, Ashley
Wilson, Gayfers Department
Store in Panama City; Electrician,
Sam Seletas, Haney Voc-Tech;
Secretarial ,Services, ,Jeanne'
Faulkner, Haney Voc-Tech; and
Corrections, Wanda Rollins.
Students in grades 9 through
12 pre-selected various career
fields and were individually
scheduled into classes for presen-
tation of their choice. Career Day
was organized by Bill Monks,
Guidance Counselor at the
tuba. Bill Thompson, a native of
Montgomery, holds an MS degree:
in music education from the Uni-
versity of Alabama. He has played
with the Ringling Brothers Circus
and the Shrine Circus, and is
currently director of bands at
Mowat Middle School. Ian Milne
began playing cornet in brass
bands in Scotland at the age of
ten, played in the Royal Marines
Band from 1974-1984, and has
studied under Frank Boyden of
the Royal Philharmonic Orches-
tra. Jack May holds a BM degree
from the Cincinnatti Conservato-
ry of Music and a MA degree from
Ohio State. Lou Lydia holds a
BME degree from FSU, and is
presently the band director at
Menrrit Brown Middle School in
Panama City. Terry Stryker holds
* a BME degree from FSU, and is
presently band director at Wewa-
hitchka High School and orches-
tra director at the First Baptist
Church, Panama City.
The brass program will in-
',delude: Pirates of Penzance Over-
ture by Sir Arthur Sullivan; selec-
tLions from "Fiddler on the Roof'
by Bock arranged by Holcombe;
i and 'That's a Plenty" Dixieland
arrangement by Gale. The organ
and brass will perform: "A Mighty
BBQ Plate Sale
S The Gulf County Senior Citi-
z,,ens Association staff and volun-
teers will be hosting regular
monthly dinners to raise funds
for the construction expense of
the new Senior Citizens and Com-
The first dinner will be held
on March 17 from 11:00 until
1:00 p.m. at Frank Pate Park ad-
jacent to First Union Bank. They
will be servings those delicious
BBQ beef sandwich plates for
$3.00. Dinners will include a
large BBQ sandwich, pickles,
chips and tea.
In the event of inclement
weather, the dinners will be
served from the First United
Methodist Church Hall. They will
also be offering delivery service to
the local businesses. Please call
229-8466 to place your order.
The staff and volunteers ap-
preciate the continued support of
Fortress is Our God," and "All
Creatures of Our God and King,"
arranged Nelhybel; and Psalm 19
by Marcello. Organ solos played
by Dr. Watkins, will be by John
Stanley, Wallond, and Haydn. Dr.
Watkins is Professor Emeritus of
keyboard sponsored by the Ilse
Newell Fund for the Performing
Arts, a locally supported effort to
bring community, concerts into
the area, under the aegis of the
Apalachicola Area Historical Soci-
ety, a non-profit, 501-(c)-3, edu-
cational incorporation, serving
the area through museums, pub-
lications and programs.
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11 a.m. 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday
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omelettes, french dip, monte cristo country
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hashbrowns, mashed potatoes, vegetables,
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5-8:30 p.m. Tuesday Saturday
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Wewahitchka High School Students
Wewahitchka High School
students won two of the top three
awards handed out at the annual
regional science fair held at Chi-
pola Jr. College.
Five Wewa students placed
third or higher in their divisions
while three students received spe-
cial awards. Also, one student
won the Showstopper Award and
two qualified for the state science
fair. Finally, one student qualified
for the International Science Fair
to be held in Canada. All together
Wewa High School students won
Charlie Cole had an out-
The Gulf of Mexico Fishery
Management Council will cornsid-
er final rules regulating the red
grouper size limit and the harvest
of "live rock" off Florida at its
March 13-16 meeting at the Holi-
day Inn Downtown-Superdome,
330 Loyola Avenue, New Orleans.
The Council, at its January meet-
ing, had proposed that the size
limit for red grouper be reduced
from 20 inches to 18 inches. Na-
tional Marine Fisheries Service
(NMFS) has held this proposed
rule change in abeyance and re-
quested the Council reconsider
this issue, along with new data
generated by NMFS on the effect
of the proposed rule change on
the recreational landings and
harvest allocation. Public testimo-
ny on this issue will be scheduled
at the Council meeting in New Or-
leans on Wednesday, March 15,
beginning at 8:45 a.m. The Coun-
cil has also scheduled two public
hearings in. Florida on the issue
so that Florida fishermen do not
have to travel to New Orleans to
comment. The public comments
from these hearings will be pre-
sented to the Council. Persons
may also mail their comments to
the Council office, and those let-
ters received by March 10 will be
* presented to the Council. The red
grouper hearings are scheduled
on March 9, beginning at 7:00
p.m. at the following locations:
Holiday Inn Sarasota Lido
Beach,- 233 Ben Franklin Drive,
Sarasota, FL 34236, (813) 388-
3941 and Ramada Airport Hotel,
5303 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa,
FL 33609, (813) 877-0534.
The Council will-also consider
final rules for an amendment reg-
ilating the harvest of "live rock"
off Florida. Live rock is calcare-'
ous substrate (frequently reef
rubble) with living organisms at-
For State and International
standing day at the science fair,
qualifying for both the state and
international science fairs by win-
ning the grand prize award for
the best physical science project
in the senior division. Charlie
qualified for this award by win-
ning first place in the engineering
division at the senior level. Also,
Charlie was presented a trophy
for winning the "Showstopper
Award" for the project that at-
tracted the most attention by the
judges. Along with these awards,
Charlie won two special awards:
the American Civil Engineering
Award and the Naval Science
Casey Kelley also qualified for
the state science fair by winning
a trophy as the first runner-up
for the Best Biological Science
Award. Casey qualified for this
award by winning second place in
the zoology division at the senior
level. Casey also won a special
award, the Naval Science Award.
Other Wewa High School stu-
dents: who won awards Included:
Jasmine McMillan, who won sec-
ond place,in chemistry in the sen-
ior division; Jessica Cole, who'
won second place in zoology in
the junior division; Josh Baxley,
who won third place in math in
the senior division; and Amy St.
Clair who won two special awards
including the U. S. Department of
Energy Award and the National
Atmospheric and Space Adminis-
Both Charlie and Casey will
participate in the state science
fair to be held April 5-7 at the
Manatee County Civic Center in
Bradenton. Both have participat-
ed in the state science fair before.
Charlie will then go on to partici-
pate in the International Science
Fair to be held in Canada during
the month of May.,
Council to Meet on Rules
Me Rul* !*
tached, such as sponges and
anemones, that is sold by the ma-
rine aquarium industry. The
amendment proposes to set an-
nual quotas on landings, prohibit
harvest of live rock off the Florida
Panhandle and regulate recrea-
tional harvest. Public testimony
on this issue is scheduled at the
Council meeting on Wednesday,
March 15, beginning at 8:45 a.m.
The Coral Management Com-
mittee, meeting at 4:00 p.m. on
Monday, March 13, will develop
recommendations to the Council
on the live rock issue. The Reef
Fish Management Committee,
meeting at 11:00 a.m. on Tues-
day, will develop recommenda-
tions on the red grouper size limit
issue. This committee will also
consider provisions of a .draft
amendment regulating the reef
fish.fishery that will be presented
at hearings for public comment in
April. The Mackerel Management
Committee, meeting at 8:00 'a.m.
on Tuesday, will consider indus-
try recommendations for regulat-
ing the commercial hand-line
fishery off Florida and will review
A copy of the Council agenda
can be obtained by calling 813-
Committee and Council ses-
-sions for appointment of advisory
panel scientific committee mem-
bers will be closed to the public.
All other sessions are open to the
pubic and are physically accessi-
ble to people with disabilities. Re-
quests for sign language interpre-
tation or*' other auxiliary' aids
should be.directed to-Lhe Council
office by March 6. .
The Gulf of Mexico Fishery
Management Council is one of
eight regional Fishery Manage-
ment Councils which were estab-
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shed by the Magnuson Fisher, pares fishery management plans
conservation and Management' which are designed to manage
ct df 1976. The Gulf of Mexico fishery resources in the 200-mile
shery Management Council pr-, limit in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Secretary of Defense rec.-
ommended last week the Air
Force Center for Environment a]
Excellence, at Brooks' Air Force
Base, Texas, be relocated to Tyn-
dall Air Force Base as part of the.
Base Realignment and Closure ,
Air Force officials estimate
this will result in, an increase qf
53 full-time military and 314 ci.-:
vilian manpower authorizations,
for Tyndall. Base officials caution ,
the list still must be approved by
the B.R.A.C. commission, the,
president, and Congress before it
A.F.C.E.E., which is currently
located in San Antonio, will be-
come part of the Air Force Civii
Engineer Support Agency, a
headquarters-level associate unit
A.F.C.E.S.A. provides techni-
cal and professional engineering
support to the Air Force and cur-
rently has slightly more than 200
employees, both military and ci-
Officials were unable to give
an estimated economic impact of
the move. Currently, the base has
a total economic impact of more
that $473 million in -the local
Also, due to the 1995.
B.R.A.C. process, the Diving Med-
icine Program will relocate from
the Naval Medical Research Insti-
tute in Bethesda, Maryland, to
the Coastal Systems Station in
Panama City. C.S.S. will gain 42
full-time military and 28 civilian
VA Offers Health Scholarships
The Department of Veterans'
Affairs is announcing the avalla-
bility of scholarships to nursing;-:
nurse anesthesia, and occupa-;-
tion, physical and respiratory
therapy students for the 1995-96 ;
school year. This year,-'for- thef
first: time physician assistanti E
students at the "baccalaureateis
and master's level also may apply P
for the awards. -
Awards are intended for stu- :i
dents in the final year of anhasso-'
clate degree in nursing or respira- G
tory therapy, or. the final two
years of a baccalaureate or mas- "
ter's degree in a nursing, occupa-
tional, physical and respiratory,
therapy, or physician assistant
Recipients receive, tuition, ed-.
ucational expenses and a month-
ly stipend of $767. In exchange,
participants agree to serve as a
full-time .professional in a VA
health facility for a period of two
Charlie Cole, left, and Casey Kelley won honors at the Regional
Council on Mar.17
Gulf County citizens are invit- Board, as the Juvenile Justice
d to attend the next meeting of Coordinator for Gulf and six other
he Gulf County Juvenile Justice counties. She is assisting them in
Council on March 17 at 12 noon meeting their goals most efficient-
it Julie's on Reid (formerly the ly.
3and Dollar) upstairs. Barbara
'loud, District II Chairperson, Their council has made great
ill be the featured speaker. progress and there is still much
The legislature has mandated to be accomplished. They would
certain individuals or their de- appreciate it if you would consid-
ignee to serve on the county er becoming part of the solution
council's executive committee. to make a difference here in Gulf
'he citizens' advisory committee County. If you have questions.
s open to anyone interested. Ms. please give them a call and plan
4ichelle Maikisch has been hired to attend the next meeting on
>y the District II Juvenile Justice March 17.
VA Outpatient Clinic
Goes to Appointments
The VA outpatient clinic in
Tallahassee and the VA medical
center in Lake City, have gone to
an appointment system. All vete-
rans are encouraged to obtain an
appointment- prior- to going to
these. facilities. The -telephone
number for Tallahassee is 1-800-
541-8387 and the number for
years. First time patients will be
The program, instituted in seen on a walk-in basis at both
1982 to provide VA with adequate, facilities, however, in most cases
nu ersofhealth-car, .profe,- an appoitntmen %ill made for
slonal, has granted mqre thaL,,. .. reurn isi; ,
4,000 student scholarship If transportation is required,
awards. Approximately half of the transportation is available
award winners are employed by through the Gulf County trans-
VA, many in significant clinical portation coordinator's office. Co-
leadership positions. ordination should 'be made
Requests for applications through the county veterans' ser-
may be made March 1 through vice officer (229-6125) before
May 19 by calling (202) 535- making an appointment. Trans-
7528. Requests received after "_ _____"_"
these dates cannot be processed. I
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Financing A -uailabIl'
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portation fmnds- are limited and
coordination is required to ensure
the service, remains available.
When funds are depleted the ser-
vice can not be provided.
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege Commodores baseball team
will play an exhibition game at
theQiort .St.,Jo eHigh School field
Thursday. MNarch,,9th at 6:30:,
The Commodores will play
Lewis and Clark Junior College
from Godfrey, Illinois. Gulf Coast
enters the game with an 11 game
winning streak and for the sec-
ond year in a row will host Lewis
and Clark at Port St. Joe.
D o g w o o d A z a l a e d T i p L i us*u m e t .
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. MARCH 9. 1995
first win against no losses last
Friday, when he scattered six hits
as the Gators defeated the
Blotintstown Tigers, 3-2 in Gator
The Gators picked up three
runs in the first five innings and
then held off a Blountstown rally
in the seventh inning to capture
their fifth win of the season
against no losses. The Tigers out-
hit the Gators, six hits to four,
but the Gators bunched their
safeties, converting three of them
Casey Kelley had a single and
scored, twice for the winners.
Josh Baxley had an RBI single
and David Hysmith knocked in a
run and stroked a double. .
Madrid, now 1-0, struck out
six and walked none on his way
B'town 000 000 2-2 6 0
Wewa 011 010 x-3 4,1
Heifer Evaluation Workshop
The Gulf C'ounty Cattlemen's Association is sponsoring a Beef
Cattle Heifer Evaluation Workshop. Topics to be discussed include:
Whether a producer should breed heifers to calves at two
years of age or wait until they are three years of age. (By: Dan
Sumner, Manager of Bay View Farms)
How to evaluate heifers to determine if they will make produc-
tive brood cows. (By: Ronnie Hartzog, University of Florida Re-
search Unit, IFAS, in Chipley)
The workshop will be held Thursday, March 16 at 5:30 p.m.,
C.S.T., at the Wewahitchka Community Center, located at 210 East
Third Street, behind the Old Courthouse.
A hamburger treat will be sponsored by Master Farm Supply
and Altha Farmer Co-op. '.
If you have any questions concerning this workshop, please call
County Agent Roy Lee Carter at (904) 639-3200.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
File No: 95-10-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF CAROLINE D. FRAZER,
S., NOTICETO CREDITORS -
TO ALL PERSONS HAvING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE.
The anillary admininstrauon of the Estate of
Caroline D Frazer. File Number 95-10CP. is
pending In the Circui Court for Gulf Coury. Flor-
ida Probate Division, ihe address of which is 1000
5th Street. Port SL Joe. Florida 32456. The names
and addresses of the ancillary co-personal repre-
sentatives and of the personal representaries at-
torney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
ALL creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons ha Ing claims or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy Opf t01his9 oce Is served
within three'm6riithi after the date of the ilrst pub-
Iicau-~r. of this nouce must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN fHE LATER OF THrREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THiS NOTICE OR TiHIRTY DAYS AF,
TER TI- DATE' OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THis
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other credMiicrs of the decedent and per-
sons haing claims or demands against the estate
of the decedent must file heir claims with this
court WTFH-N THREE MONT-HS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
The date of the first publication of this No-
tice Is March 2, 1995.
/s/ THOMAS C. WtILINSON
ATTORNEY FOR ANCILLARY CO-PERSONAL
2881 Jefferson Street
Marianna,. Florida 32446
Telephone: (904) 482 4000
Florida Bar Number 0087917
/sf JOIN H FR.ZER. JR
P. O Box 638
Dothan, Alabama 36302
/s/ ANDERSON B FR.ZER
4001 Willis Road
Columbus. Georgia 31904
ANCILLARY CO-FERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES
2tc, March 2 and 9, 1995.
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9495-27
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida will receive sealed
bids. from any qualified person, company or corpo-
ration interested In providing the County the fol-
Four-Wheel Trencher with capabili-
ties of trenching 36" deep and a' wide.
Equipped with Backfill Blade. Specifica-
tions can be obtained from the Gulf'
County Waler Systems Omce from 8:00
a.m. 5:00 p.m.. E.S.T., Monday thru
Friday (904) 229-9005.
Delivery Dte rnu-r. be pecirled.
Liquidated d3mn,es f:.r failure to deliver
unit on specified dae UiIl be set a. $25.00 per
'Please indicate orn Lhe envelope that this 19 a
sealed bid. the bid number and haOt the bid is for
Bids will be receled until 5-00 p min EST.
on Tuesday. March 28 1995. at the Gulf Counqt
Clerk of Court's COkie. 1000 Fifth Street, Pnrt SL
Joe, Florida. 32456. The7 Board reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Michael L. Hammond. Chairman
Attest: /s/ Benny C. Lister, C lerk of Ccurns
2tc, March 9 and 16, 1995.
HEARING AID CENTER
618 W. 23rd St.
Panama City, FL
Top Quality, Name
Brand Hearing Aids
Monthly Service Center
Motel St. Joe (PSJ)
1st Thursday each month
The opportunistic Gators gob-
bled up 14 runs on only six hits
against Apalachicola Tuesday and
raced to their sixth straight win
with no losses. The Gators also
took advantage of six Apalachico-
la errors to help put runs on the
The Gators jumped on the
Sneads Pirates last Thursday,
banging out eight hits and scor-
ing 11 runs in picking up their
fourth win of the young season.
Casey Kelley picked up his
second win of the season. Kelley
helped himself with 10 strike
outs. He gave up only two walks
in his nearly five innings of work
Sneads batters touched him for
two hits before he was relieved by
David Hysmith to get the third
out in the flfth.Hysmith gave up
only one run and two hits in the
two full innings he worked.
Tranum McLemore had the
big bat for the Gators, slamming.
a two-run homer and an RBI sin-
gle. John Gibbs had two singles
and an RBI and Will Sumner had
Wewa 040 222 1-11 8 5
Sneads 000 031 0- 4 2 2
Tony Madrid picked up his
Two Area Hunters Plead
Guilty to Night Hunting
Two Gulf County men were
arrested in January of this year
by Robert Miller and Bob Ship-
man, Game and Fish Commission
Wildlife officers for killing a doe,
deer at night.
The two, Gary Duane Herrel-
son and Donald Ray Hooper were
observed by the wildlife officers
as they killed a doe deer, using a
gun and light on Fico's North
Farm. The two plead no contest
to the charge of taking or at-
tempting to take doe at night with
gun and light.
Seized as evidence at the time
of arrest were a 1990 Ford Rang-
er, a Marlin .22 rifle, cartridges,
the slain deer, and a spotlight.
Both defendants were fined
$500, given six months proba-
tion, forfeited gun and light, the
vehicle was to be returned after
storage and" towing fees were
paid, and hunting privileges for-
feited for one year by Gulf County
Judge Robert Moore.
Henry R. Stidman, 75, of Red
Bull Island, Wewahitchka, passed
away Thursday afternoon at his
home following a long illness. He
was a mechanic for Greyhound
Bus Lines, retiring after 30 years,
and had been a resident of Hiall-
ah until moving to Wewahitchka
in 1975. He attended the Glad
Tidings Assembly of God Church.
Survivors include his wife,
Margaret P. Stidman of Wewa-
hitchka; three step-children, Ted-
dy Arndorf of Hoy, West Virginia,
Virginia Arndorf of Braddock,
, Pennsylvania, and Charles Am-
dorf of Wewahitchka; six grand-
children; three great grandchil-
dren; four sisters, Jean Bomer of
Memphis, Tennessee, Martha
Stidman Tyler of Paragould, Ar-
kansas, Sammie Jo Walker of Up-
land, California, and Gladys Ho-
mar of Wabassa; four brothers,
Preston Stidman of Missouri,
Dale Stidman of Paragould, Ar-
kansas, Marvin Britt of Wewa-
hitchka, and Elmer Britt of Mia-
mi; and one uncle, Ernest Fraley
The funeral services were
held at 2:00 p.m., C.S.T., Sunday
at the Glad Tidings Assembly of
God Church, conducted by the
Rev. Neal Miller and the Rev.
Charles Pettis. Interment followed
'in Jehu Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home, Wewahitchka Branch
Tommie Welch, Sr.
Tommie Welch, Sr., 73, of
Port St. Joe, passed away Friday
afternoon, March 3 in Port St.
Joe, .Ifollowing an extended ill-
ness. He was a' native of Ozark,
Alabama and .had been a long-
time resident here, working for
Kenney's Sawmill and later for
the Green Thumb program.
Survivors include: his wife,
'Selma Welch; his children, An-
tionette Chambers, Tommie Lee
Welch, Jr., and Dennis Welch; his
grandchildren, Darius Chambers,
Santiel Chambers, Jacobie Cham-
,bers, Antione Chambers, Regi-
nald Welch, Quincy Welch, Dan-
iel Welch,' Corey Welch, and
Gerard Welch, all of Port St Joe;
two sisters, Mersie D. Oates and
husband, Phelma and Rozella
Stevens;.and one brother, Johnny
Coleman and wife, Marvella.
Also left to mourn are his
mother-in-law, Lillie Mae Sims;
three stepsons; three stepdaugh-
ters; a sister-in-law, Althea
Welch; brothers-in-law, Clinton
Borders and Clayton Borders: nu-
merous neices, .nephews, and a
host of relatives and friends.
The funeral services were
held at 2:00 p.m., E.S.T.,
Wednesday, at Mt. Carmel Bap-
tist Church, conducted by the
Rev. Luther Baker. Interment fol-
lowed in Forest Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
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Wewa Gators Are 6-0 In Baseball
Defeat Sneads, Blountstown and Apalachicola
The run-happy Gators scored
.six of their runs in the second in-
ning and were shut down until
the fifth, when they pushed
across an insurance run. Then,
in the seventh inning, lightning
struck. The Gators romped for
seven more runs to put the 'game
out of reach.
Casey Kelley allowed only
three hits on his way to picking
up his third win for the Gators'
Wayne Leube and John
Gibbs each had two hits for the
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The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens are sponsoring a Medicare
Seminar on March 16 at the Cen-
tennial Building in Port St. Joe at
\10:30 a.m., E.S.T., and at the
Senior Citizens Center in Wewa-
hitchka at 2:00 p.m.. C.S.T.
This seminar will inform you
of your rights, the complaint pro-
,cess, and a better understanding
of the Medicare program. Litera-
ture will be distributed and a
question and answer -period will
be held including those in atten-
For more information contact
the Senior Citizens Center at
Ranch style brick home at Stone Mill Creek on 2 1/2 acres de-
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baths, huge workshop with "all-the-works"!
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"Specializing in Property, Riverfront Homes & Lakeside Cabins
on the Beautiful Apalachicola & Chipola Rivers and Famous Dead Lakes."
Practice Set for
A league for 13 and 14
year olds interested in play-
ing Dizzy Dean baseball will
begin practice Thursday af-
ternoon at 4:00 at the Cen-
tennial Field. For more infor-
mation contact Arden
Stephens at 229-6803 or
229-8643 or Eric Ramsey at
The Gulf Rifle Club held their
monthly PPC match on Saturday,
March 4. Two separate matches
,were shot. The first match, which
was open to center-fire revolvers
'or semi-autos, was won by Tim
Register, from the Gulf Correc-
tional Institute. Tim also was pre-
sented a trophy for being the high
Law Enforcement competitor.
Dave Shaffer, from Panama City,
was the 'high civilian competitor.
The second match, which was re-
'stricted to semi-autos, did not
have a separate law enforcement
and civilian division. David
Weeks, from Port St. Joe, was the
winner and Joel Chandler, from
Athens, GA, came in second
On the third Saturday of the
month, March 18, the Gulf Rifle
Club will host a Hunter Pistol Me-
tallic Silhouette' Match. This
match consists qf shooting at
metal targets at ranges starting at
40 meters on ,out to 100 meters
with a pistol or revolver. Most any
caliber may be used, from 22 rim'-
fire to 44 magnum. At this time
only open sights will be allowed.
All handgun shooters are 'invited
to come out and shoot in these
matches. Trophies will be award-
ed to the shooters who topple the
The Rifle Club will also start
having a Bullseye Match on the
third Sunday of the month start-
ing, at ,2:00 p.m. The match will
consist of three stages of shooting
with a center-fire revolver or pis-
tol. The first stage will consist of
three strings of ten shots fired
"slow fire" at 25 yards at a bull-
seye target The second and third
stages are fired at 15 yards at the
same size bullseye target The
second stage is the "timed fire"
portion and consists of six strings
of five rounds with each string
fired in 20 seconds. The third
stage Is the "rapid fire" portion
and consists of six strings and
five rounds with each string fired
in ten seconds. Since this willbe
the first match all shooters will
compete on an equal basis. Tro-
phles will be awarded for first and
second place finish. If there is
enough interest, a match restrict-
ed to 22 caliber revolvers and pis-
tols, will be added to the following
A metallic silhouette match
using 22 rifles is planned and will
be scheduled when targets are
fabricated. For additional infor-
mation about these matches or
the Gulf Rifle Club call Yank Lyle
at 227-1323, John Fadio at 229-
842 1, or Carl Chandler at 227-
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of Florida, will be the instructor for the course. He will cover the
basic theories of grafting plants, do a few demonstrations, and give
participants a chance to get some hands on experience at grafting
For more information contact the Gulf County Cooperative Ex-
tension Service at (904) 639-3200.
I would like to thank all of you who sent letters, made
telephone calls and spoke words of encouragement in my
bid for the school board seat vacated by the retirement of
James Hanlon. You will never know how much your support
meant to me. We will try again in '96.
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Buzzer Shot Spells Defeat
Baseball Season Starts;
Sharks Win Two, Lose 1
Port St. Joe' baseball Sharks
lost their first game to a tough'
Liberty County eleven Friday, 4-
Scott Grantham was tough
on the mound for Bristol, as he
went the distance, allowing the,
Sharks only two hits. The Sharks
committed two errors.
The Sharks used three hurl-,
ers in the game, with Brad Smith
starting for the first time for the'
team. A shaky second inning was
the difference for the Sharks.
Smith struck out the first batter
to come to the plate. Then three
straight singles and a walk al-
lowed the Bulldogs to chalk up
three earned runs; the difference
in the final score: Russell Young
came on in relief in the fifth. al-
lowing one run and Ryan Yeager.
hurled the final inning. Keith Sa-
leh caught the entire seven in-
Shark pitchers gave up only
two hits for the game.
Cameron Likely doubled for
the Sharks and was driven home
with the Sharks lone run, in the
fifth, on Ryan Yeager's sacrifice
fly. Wayne Summers' single was
the only other Shark hit
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St. Joe 000 010 0-1 22
The Sharks- scored in every
inning but the sixth? Monday,
pounding the Blountstown Tigers
10-2. They rapped 11 hits and
committed only one error.,
Four Sharks stroked two hits
as they rolled to their their third
win of the season.
Ryan Yeager had two hits and
two RBI, Wayne Summers two
hits and three RBI. Jesse Colbert
a single, double and two RBI and
Brian Jenkins two hits.
Ryan Yeager was the winning,
pitcher, giving up six hits and two
runs. Russell Young relieved in
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the appearance of your front
teeth because they are
chipped, stained or have old-
looking fillings, ask your den-
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Your front teeth are the
first thing people see when
you open your mouth to talk
or smile. You want them to
look as attractive as possi-
ble. If the teeth are in good
alignment and your gums
are healthy, your dentist may
suggest two alternatives for
capping the teeth in which
porcelain will be used. One
is veneer bonding; the other
is porcelain fused to -
Both have advantages,
but your dentist's recommen-
dation will depend on the
condition of your teeth. Cap-
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porcelain fused to metal
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The Shark bats began to sing
out Tuesday evening, as the team
handed the Carrabelle eleven a
Pounding out 13 hits, the
Sharks had runs in the first two,
the fourth, sixth and seventh In-
nings with six Sharks getting two
hits each. .
Cameron Likely, Jesse Col-
bert, Ryan Yeager, Wayne Sum-
mers, Brian Jenkins and Des
Baxter, each hit safely twice in
the game. Likely scored four
times, Yeager drove in three runs,
with Colbert, Summers, and Bax-
ter each driving in two.
Brad Smith started on the
mound for the Sharks, striking
out five and giving up two runs
on four hits in picking up the
win. He turned a 6-2 lead over to
Russell Young who hurled three
strong innings in relief.
The Sharks, now 4-1, will
travel to Monticello Saturday for
a 1:00 p.m. game. The team will
.tangle with the unbeaten Gators
Tuesday at 4:30 p.m, in Wewa-
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Boy Scout Troop #351 will
host an adult men's basketball
tournament on Saturday, March,
18 at the Washington Gymna-
Entry fee for the tournament
'is $75.00. The deadline for teams
to enter is March 16. Admission
to the event is free.
For more information. call'
The Sharks were literally
beaten at the buzzer in the first
round of the Final Four last
Thursday in Tallahassee as Otis
Kitchen of Tampa Catholic hit a
15-foot jumper as the clock
wound down to 0:00 to win the;
game 67-65. Tampa went on. to
win the 3A state title Saturday
with a 69-67 win over Boca Raton
The Sharks, the 1994 defend- ;
ing champions, seemed 'to be gp-
ing to make a repeat performance!
of last year as they began the
game with a- sluggish first quarter
scoring only nine as the Crusad-
ers .pumped in 22, but managed
to play their brand of fast break
ball the second quarter and re-
gain the lead 40-35 at halftime.
In-the third quarter the Cru-
saders outscored the Sharks 16-
15 and still were down by four as:
the fourth quarter began.
The lead seesawed back and
forth during the fourth quarter
and Des Baxter tied the game
with a three-pointer with 59 sec-
onds left. Tampa Catholic went
into a stall, but Baxter managed
tb steal a cross court pass and
bank one off the glass to put the,
Sharks up 65-63 with 42.7 sec-
onds left. :
A controversial one-and-one'
foul call on Jermaine Larry at
mid-court as three players went
down scrambling for the ball sent
Tampa Catholic to the charity
stripe where both ends of the foul
were good to tie the game at 65-
The Sharks inbounded the
ball and were working toward the
goal for the final. shot of the
game. Jermaine Larry split two
defenders up top, but as he ap-
proached the foul line his pass to
Baxter, was stolen by Darrell'
Jackson with six seconds left.
Passing the ball down the court,
Tampa got into position and'
Kitchen let loose of the final shot
just as the buzzer sounded.
The Sharks finished the sea-
son at 30-4, having defeated nu-
merous 3A, 4A, 5A and even 6A
teams during the '94-'95 season.
Coach Vern Eppinette was named
the High School Coach of the
Year. But the dejection on the
faces of players and fans spelled
the end of their quest for a repeat
performance as state champions.
30-4; Lose to Tampa Catholic In Final Four
Score by Quarters:
Port St. Joe 9 31 15 10-65
Tampa Cath. 22 13 16 16 67
3-poirit goals: Port St. Joe 4-
22 (J. Larry, 0-3, Jenkins 0-3,
Walker 0-5, Quinn 0-1, Baxter 4-
9, Bryant 0-1). Tampa Catholic 5-
son 0-1-1; Damien Byrd 0-0-0;
Damon Walker 0-2-2; Chad
Quinn 4-1-9; Chris Williams 0-0-
0; Des Baxter 6-1-17; John
Bryant 4-1-9; Doyle Crosby 2-2-
6; Robert Williams 0-0-0. Totals:
25-66 Field Goals, 11-23 Free
Tampa Catholic-Kelly Hite
3-3-9; Troy Howell 1-0-3; Darrell
Jackson 8-4-21; Kenny Kelly 7-2-
19; Otis Kitchen 1-3-5; Quincy
Heaps 1-2-4; Dan Cutter 0-0-0;
Jimmie Giles 3-0-6. 24-48 field
goals, 14-23 free throws for a to-
tal of 67 points.
11 (Hite 0-3, Howell 1-2, Jackson The Sharks gather around Coach Vern Eppinette during a
S- I. Kelly 3-5). time out late in the semi-final game against Tampa Catholic Thurs-
Turnovers-Port St. Joe 21. day afternoon in the 3A Final Four at the Tallahassee Civic Center.
Tampa Catholic 17. In the photo below Brian Jenkins guards a Tampa Catholic
Port St. Joe 65-Jermalne Crusader. --Star photo
Larry, 7-0-14; Mario Larry 1-0-2;
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T-u-a- Hunter Education Course
The Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission is offer-
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Franklin County, March 11 and
12. The course will be taught
from 8-5 each day at the Apalach -
icola National Estuarine Research
Reserve, 216 7th Street in Apa-
Attendance is required on
both days to complete the course.
Students will receive instruc-
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Girl's Softball Clinic Saturday
Hey girls, ages 8 through 13.
come join the funI
The Lady Sharks of Port St.
Joe High School will have a soft-
ball clinic Saturday, March 11. ,
The clinic will take place at,
the young girls softball field on"
Tenth Street. Registration will be-
gin at 8:30 a.mn. The cost of the
For the deal of your life,
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Topics that will be covered
are: catching, throwing, pitching,
running and hitting.
Come meet and work with the
Lady Sharks and, some former
players! Be sure you bringyour
.ton' In a variety of outdoor and
hunter-related topics during the
16 hour course and participate in
a range session. Hunter educa-
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for all youth born on, or after
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Persons interested in attend-
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The New 'Brooms"
Trim State's Fat
Chiles, Legislative Leaders In
A Fight for School Funding
It will be interesting to watch two young politicians in the session of
the Florida Legislature that began Tuesday for the parts they will play in
funding schools in what is expected to be the biggest fight among law-
A study in contrasts, they are House Speaker Peter Wallace, D-St.
Petersburg, and newly elected Commissioner of Education Frank Brogan,
a Republican from Martin County.
In the best tradition of liberal Democratic politicians, Wallace-
whose kids attend private schools-announced at a public school in Tal-
lahassee last week a plan to reduce enrollment in elementary classrooms
to 20. students at an estimated cost of about $36 million a year. He'd also
insure free textbooks for every student, and would let parents list their
preference of public schools they'd like their children to attend as a cost
he couldn't estimate until he looks at pre-enrollment figures for next
Brogan on the same day at a news conference urged the legislators to
repeal all laws and regulations dealing with education and start over by
re-enacting only rules it wants to keep as the only "realistic way' to de-
regulate the education system and return control back to the local school
Brogan would also implement tougher testing and standards to make
sure children Bearn what they should, especially in reading, writing and
Both Wallace and Brogan support Charter Schools that would be run'
by private educators operating under contract to the local school boards
but not under state rules. Wallace is adamantly against a tax voucher
system which would allow students to.take their tax money with them to
the private school of their choice while Brogan flirted with the idea of pi-
lot projects in counties which say they want them, but says he'd wait on
that until the Legislature clarifies how tax vouchers could be structured.
There are bills that would do that.
Wallace fired a handful of old-time "capitol employees just before
Christmas in his re-organization, some of whom he has already replaced
with his own choices. Brogan announced he plans to cut 350 jobs in the
Tallahassee headquarters of the state school system and, from that and
other streamlining efforts, boost per-pupil spending by $72 which is
about $239 million more than Chiles has proposed for schools next year.
The education bureaucracy feels Charter Schools will be the begin-
ning of the end of the education system as they have known it. If suc-
cessful, they say, charter schools will be followed by tax vouchers. Pris-
ons, they feel, willget the'lion's share of the budget increases that once
went to education.
The other big players at the annual poker game in Taxahassee are
Gov. Lawton (he-coon) Chiles and Senate President Jim Scott, R-Fort
Lauderdale, a native Kentuckian whose skills and manners, some say,
flow like smooth whiskev.
Scott says that by streamlining'the bureaucracy the Senate can raise
an extra $150 to $200 million for schools over Chiles proposed 4.2 per-
cent Increaseover last year.
"I'm in the 1-don't-give-a-damn period of my life," Chiles. who will not
seek re-election, told reporters. He said he'd compromise but not cave in
to conservatives in the House and Senate. although he has changed his
agenda for the changing times. He's now for reforming welfare, cutting all
state rules 50 percent, slashing bureaucratic fat, and improving the
But some things never change. Like cronyism. Chiles is getting heavy
criticism for hiring an old friend-Alachua County rancher James "Ben"
Rowe-as a special assistant to the governor on agricultural issues for
$70,000 a year. No one had the post the past four years. The state has
an elected Agriculture Commissioner with a big staff already. Rowe didn't
go through channels for a state job. He just asked his old friend for one.
SNOW WHITE and the six dwarfs comes to mind when you sit
through a Florida Cabinet meeting in Tallahassee. New Republican Sec-
retary-of `aite-Sandra'M6orihani:'the onlyWoman on'the boaild, is-Snow
White, of course. The dwarfs are Gov. Lawton Chiles. a natural as
Grumpy. especially when he's late for a meeting and Snow White takes
over; new Republican Education Commissioner Frank Brogan as Happy;.
Agricultural Commissioner Bob Crawford as Dopey; Attorney Gen. Bob
Butterworth as Doc, the fixer-upper; Comptroller Bob Milligan, Bashful:
and Insurance Commissioner Bill Nelson. Sneezy oopss, that almost
Yes, I know there were seven dwarfs in Walt Disney's classic. Sleepy
was left out Maybe we should give that name to some reporter (not me)
who covers the cabinet. Oh yes. You won't find the seven dwarfs named
in the modem version of the Disney classic. It is not politically correct
you know. They're just a "family of little men" which isn't very kind ei-
ther. Hey, maybe the cabinet label should be Snow White and the Family
of Little Men. Huh?
Capitol News Round-Up
TALLAHASSEE (WNS -As an interstate shellfish board debated a
half-year ban on the sale of unshucked oysters for health reasons, the
Small Counties Coalition last week asked Gov. Lawton Chiles and the
Cabinet to set up a revolving loan fund to aid in economic development of
some two dozen Florida coastal counties expected to be hit hard by the
fishing net ban that begins July 1.
; The coalition-headed by Gulf County Commissioner Warren Yeager
this year-has set up a Legislative network for the session starting this
week to seek help in the small coastal counties which Yeager said are ex-
pecting a ripple of economic losses in excess of $100 million.
The group backs a bill by Rep. Allen Boyd. D-Monticello, that would
pay for retraining, net and boat buybacks, and job-hunting help for fish-
ermen put out of work by the ban that passed as a constitutional amend-
ment last year.
The proposed ban on the sale of raw oysters from the Gulf of Mexico
from April through October is one of two options presented to the execu-
tive board of Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Conference held In Orlando.
The other option is a package of oyster-processing regulation aimed
at reducing disease-causing germs in raw oysters, but still allow theftir
sale in the spring and summer months. ,
SA decision dn the recommendations is expected in August when the
31-state conference will meet again in Orlando.,
Since the state started keeping records in 1981. Florida has averaged
seven illnesses and three deaths per year through the consumption of
raw oysters in the summer and spring months.
Some state and industry officials have. Insisted the deaths were the
results of consumer ignorance as only people with liver and other health
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problems have died from eating raw oysters. They are calling for educa-
But the federal Food and Drug Administration. on the recommenda-
tion of Florida's director of epidemiologic investigation, Gary Hlady,
asked the ISSC to ban raw oyster sales from April through October.
A LONG WAY, FLORIDA: The state capital will be a study of con-
trasts during this session of the Legislature set to consider a bill to open
cyberspace to Floridians while celebrating the 150th year of state govern-
It's rather ironic that the people who didn't much want to become a
state in 1845 when the feds decided to bring it into the union as a slave
state to balance free-state Iowa are now facing a massive intercommuni-
cations act in the Legislature which will open to about 13 million Floridi-
ans a vast array of electronic information services.
Florida's first state flag back then carried a statement on its second
stripe reading: "LET US ALONE.'
This week an estimated 130 lobbyists from telephone and cable-
vision services are gathered with lawmakers in Tallahassee to stake their
claims on access to cyberspace in a telecommunications bill being
groomed in the House Regulated Industries Committee:
They're slogan is" "LET US IN."! .. ,,
The average Floridian really doesn't know what's out there but the
lobbyists believe wide-open access to telephone, cable-TV, pay-per-movie,
home computer networks, home security and a huge array of information
services is worth millionss.
SAVE OUR STATE organizers who'd deny tax-paid social services to
illegal aliens in Florida are being faced off by a FAIR FLORIDA FOR ALL
group formed by supporters of immigrant farm workers.
SOS has applied for an application to raise money for a petition cam-
paign to put the question on the November, 1996, ballot.`
IRS BREAKUP: Two bills seeking to break up Florida's and the na-
tion's largest bureaucracy-the Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services-seems to have the best chance in the recent history in this
year's session of the Florida Legislature. .
There are bills poised in both the House and Senate that would
create a new Department of Health Care Services that would take from
HRS the public health, children's medical services, substance abuse and
mental health programs.
A shift in those programs would'remove about $2 billion in funding
and 20,000 employed from HRS.
Another $7 billion budget and about 1,800 employees would be shift-
ed to the new agency from the old Agency for Health Care Administration
,under HRS which oversees the Medicaid program, medical professional
regulatory boards, and state health care reform efforts.
The reason the bills are considered good bets to pass 'this year are
the number of conservatives elected in the last election which resulted in
Republican control of the Senate and a narrow split in the House.
Add A Touch of
Color to Landscape
Annual flowering plants can j
--provide-.hat,'-nbcessary todctir'oif -",
color to an often drab landscape.
They are best displayed as bor-
ders along walkways, fences and
shrub beds.: Annuals planted, in.
containers can add a splash of
color to a porch, deck or patio
Ahnuals should' serve as an
accent to the landscape, not a
dominant feature in the setting.
Those used in front of the home
should harmonize with the set-
ting, and colors should blend
with each other and with the
home. Large elaborate 'annual
displays are usually too distract-
ing for this area and are best
used in the back yard.
When selecting annuals forl
beds or borders, it is best to limit
the choice to as few kinds as pos-
sible. Combinations of many flow-'
er colors and plant forms can dis-
tract from the overall appearance
of the display. Attractive. flower
beds can be created by using one
Flower beds should be pre-
pared before plaints are pur-
chased. Allowing plants'to remain
in their original containers for
prolonged periods after purchase
can have a negative effect on their
performance after planting. Pur-
chase plants when you're ready
and plant them as soon as possi-
ble, preferably within twenty-four
The time spent preparing the
planting beds is important if you
are to be successful with annual
flowers. Flower beds should be
spaded or tilled at least six inches
deep several ,weeks before plant-
ing. Florida's sandy soils have
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very low capacities for holding
nutrients and 'water. Incorpora-
tion of 2 to 3 inches of. organic
matter #nto planting beds will in-
crease the nutrients and water re-
tention of these soils. Organic
materials such as compost or
peat should be thoroughly mixed
into the soil.
Garden soils, especially in re-
cently developed areas, are fre-
quently 'infertile. Flower beds
should be' fertilized prior to plant-
ing or at planting time and re-
peated on a monthly basis. Apply
8-8-8 or a similar complete ferti-
lizer at the rate of 2 pounds per
100 square feet of bed area. Con-
trolled release fertilizers are ideal
for Florida's sandy soils. Plants
usually grow much better with a
continuous nutrient supply and
labor is reduced since controlled
release fertilizer application fre-
quency is less than for rapid re-
The Mexico Beach Chamber
of Commerce will meet on Friday,
March 24 at 12:00 p.m., C.S.T.
This month's meeting will fea-
ture speaker, Ernest Hendricks, a
retired Lieutenant Colonel from
the U. S. Air Force. He will deliver
a program entitled "Development
and History of the Port St. Joe
lease fertilizers. Controlled re-
lease fertilizers can be
incorporated uniformly through-
out the soil before planting and
applied on the soil surface of es-
Water the plants after plant-,
ing and water daily until the
plants have become established.
Water the plants "as needed"
Weeds should be controlled
by mulching and hand weeding..
Mulching materials should not
come in contact with plant stems.
The high moisture environment
created by mulch increases the
chances of stem rot which can re-
sult in plant death.
Annual flowers require more
maintenance than most other
landscape plants. However, their'
brilliant colors add an atmos-
phere of warmth and life to land-
scape which more than justifies
the additional maintenance.
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Those attending are asked to
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No admission will be charged
and snow-birds and guests are
welcome to attend.
Spring Fling in
South Gulf Area
The South Gulf County Vol-
unteer Fire Department is spon-
soring a covered dish dinner at
Treasure Bay Lodge on March 11
at 6:30 p.m. All residents,.
friends, relatives and neighbors
in the Indian Pass, Simmons Bay-
ou and Cape San Bias areas are
invited to attend.
Bring your favorite dish to
share and your favorite beverage
for a fun evening. If you have any
questions, please call Lyn Way-
mire at 227-2063.
See you there
The Gulf 'County 911 Com-
mittee will meet on Thursday.
March 16 at 3:00 p.m., E.S.T., in
the County Commissioner's Meet-
ing Room at the Gulf County
All committee members and
the general public are invited to,'
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Events and Happenings From County Schools
By Linda Whitfield
Michelle King, Dental
Hygienist, Visits Classes
With February being Dental
Health month, it was wonderful
having Michelle King visiting in
several of our classes. Using her
visual aids, Michelle reviewed
tooth structure, brushing guide-
lines, diseases, and many more.
things. She gave tooth brushing
kits, stickers, and pencils to the
students in Alisa Walker, Judi
Lister, Doris Jean Whitten and
Linda Whitfield's classes. Thanks,
Scottish Festival On Saturday,
If you have any Scot ancestry
or you just like to have a good
time, please attend. the 3rd Annu-
al Scottish Festival at the Presby-
terian Church, just off 23rd
Street in Panama City on Satur-
day March 11. There are food
tents, tartans and kilts, etc., to
buy, and a parade, including the
Bagpiper's Bands from Tallahas-
see and 'Montgomery. The fun
starts at 12:00 and goes through
Sunday. When the third grades
studied Scotland last year, we
Thoughts and Prayers ...
To "Miss Kathy" Thomas and .
Karissa Thomas on the death of
Karissa's cousin, may the good
memories remain close to your
hearts. From the faculty and staff
of Highland View Elementary.
6th Grade Spotlight
Eddie Burrows is the 12-year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Burrows and lives in Highland
Eddie's favorite subjects in
school are spelling and english.
Eddie said he likes to spell, make
up sentences and put them into a
His favorite sports are foot-
ball and basketball and likes to
hunt, fish and camp with his
family. He likes to take care of
chickens for selling.
About sixth grade, Eddie says
"It's all right." He stated he has'
no future plans at this time.
Melissa Haun is the 12-year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Haun and lives in Highland View.
Melissa's favorite subject in
school is spelling 'cause it's the
easiest. She likes to play kickball
and basketball and likes to "come
down to school after school is out
to meet her friends and hang
Melissa likes R. L. Stein's
mystery books and likes to listen
to Island 106 to the rap-type mu-
Sixth grade is "pretty fun",
says Melissa and also would like
to be a cop when she finishes
The School Advisory Commit-
tee will meet Thursday, March 9
at 5:30 p.m., E.S.T., in the High-
land View meeting room:
March 13, beginning at 8:00
4.m., E.S.T., until 12:00 p.m. in
the Kindergarten room at High-
Please bring only:
* Birth certificate
* Social Security number for child
* Immunization record
* Physical examination record
* Packet you received in the mail
If you did not receive a packet
and you plan to send your child
to Highland View, please contact-
the guidance office at 229-8730.
You do not have to bring your
Kindergarteners do not come
to school. School will be only a
half-day on this day due to teach-
Attend the Church of
Your Choice Sunday!
asked the bagpiper that was from
Canada, but was staying in Pana-
ma City, to come over and lead
our parade and he did. It was
Fun Friday To Benefit Gulf
County Scholarship Fund
On Friday, March 10, W.E.S.
will have a Fun Friday at the last
part of the day. All proceeds from
this will benefit the Gulf County
Scholarship Fund. Lots of young
graduates have received' money
from this fund to, help them with
college expenses., We encourage
everyone to come out and buy
something from our kids. We sent
notes home with children to re-
quest donated items.
Delta Kappa Gamma To Meet
Saturday, March 11
Members of Delta Kappa
Gamma from W.E.S., Pam Sum-
ner, Linda Whitfileld, Rhonda
Pridgeon and Alisa Walker will be
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Students of the Week
Congratulations to our stu-
dents of the week!
They are: Randy Powell, Whit-
tany Barnes, Canda Borden, Lacy
Carter, Micah Dodson, Daniel
Shearer, Paula Pitts and Adamrn
P.T.A. Class Winner
Congratulations to Judy
Campbell's sixth grade class for
having the highest percentage of
parents at the February P.T.A.
Our Positive Action "Word For
The Week" is DECISIONS. When
you make a decision, do you fol-
low your head or your heart?
Your brains or your feelings? Log-
ic or emotions? Maybe that de-
pends on the kind of decision it
is. What's Important Is to know
that you can use both. Some peo-
ple think that decisions based on
feelings aren't any good. They will
encourage you to use your head
and ignore your feelings. They
might say, "Don't be so emotion-
al." But your emotions matter.
Our Career Week coloring
and essay contest ends on Friday.
March 10. Career Week will take
place April 17-21.
Registration for kindergarten
at Port St Joe Elementary School
will be held on Monday, March 20
from 8:30 to 1:30. If your child
plans to attend Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School please bring the
following to the school on that
" your child
o copy of birth certificate
copy of social security number
o proof of immunization
proof of physical (since August
If you need more information,
please contact Louise Beard at
the Health Department at 227-
1276 or Cindy Belin at Port St.
Joe Elementary School at 227-
Congratulations to the class-
es of Juanise Williams and Bar-
bara Whitfield for reaching their
Book It goals
We are' pleased to announce
that we will be having our very
first spring carnival this year. We
are so excited!
We will be adding some new
things to our carnival that we
think will make this one bigger
and better than ever. But, we
need your help We know that
you are willing to do your part to
make this a wonderful time for
our children-time that they will
never forget. We welcome all of
the help we can get.
meeting in Panama City on Satur-
day morning with. their col-
leagues. Delta Kappa Gamma is
an honorary society of women
educators. There are chapters in
all 50 states and in most foreign
Juvenile Justice Info .
The Juvenile Justice after-
school program will be hosting
BASIC (Bay Aids Education) on:
March 15 at 2:30 p.m. Anyone
wishing to attend must R.S.V.P.
by March 10th. For more infor-
mation, please call Scott Johnson
F. Y. I.
School will be dismissed early
on March 13th and April 6th due
to teacher inservices. The dismis-
sal times will be announced later.
Spring Fling A Success
Lori Price reported that the
first annual Spring Fling and
Health Fair were a huge success,
From Barbara Shirley-Scott's sto-
rytelling of the Indian massacres
to the "Smoke House" and dozens
of other things, students and par-
ents alike enjoyed last Saturday.
We're looking forward to next
WHAT A WEEK!
What a pleasure it i
last week's activities to
ally, in the space of t
we received 30 new c
printers, etc. to outfit
computer lab; we swe
portion of the major
the 3-River Regional Sc
including a "Show Stop
that will sefid Charlie C
tario, Canada in April
international Fair, all
paid; the baseball tear
Sneads Thursday an
stown, Friday; the girls
softball team defeated
School Friday night In
header, and Saturday,
won five games at Oak
race, including two v
highly ranked McC
School of Tallahassee 1
small school division of
ma City Invitational To
To top it off, Thelma
Wewahitchka High Sch
grader was named the
able player in the tour
her gritty pitching perfo
were responsible for ou
es. Don Rich, Dawn A
Kearce, Grant Grant
Charles Fortner, plus a
This week the students are
getting back into the groove of
things, while beginning a new six
The : Middle School held an
open house on Monday, March 6.
This was open to all eighth grad-
ers and their parents to register
for high school, and schedule .a
meeting with Carolyn Rish to dis-
cuss their classes for next year.
Tracey Fitzgerald not only
won our school spelling bee, but
went on to compete in the county
bee. On Wednesday, March 1,
Tracey successfully competed in
the county spelling bee held in
our school library. She is now go-
ing on 'to regional competition.
We are so proud to have her rep-
resent our school. Congratula-
On March I and 2, Alicia
Christie, Erica Alles, Julie Lan-
ford, Lacie Johnson and Tracey
Fitzgerald represented our school
in the 1995 Chipola Regional Sci-
The T.E.A.M. classes are
presently in a marketing adven-
ture. Beginning soon, the classes
will be making and selling bio-
degradable Easter grass. The
price will be competitive at 25 a
bag. Be sure and buy your Easter
grass from the school.
Surfing The Cybernet
Participants at the Florida
Educational Technology Confer-
ence in Orlando last week and
weekend had the opportunity to
view over 1,400 exhibits at Orlan-
do's gigantic Convention Center.
Those attending from Wewahitch-
ka Elementary were: Jerry Kelley,
Debbie Baxley, Linda Joyce Law-
rence, Judi Lister and Linda
The Convention Center meas-
ures more than the length of five
football fields and they are adding
more on. Naturally, we were over-
whelmed by the size of the place.
Of course everyone we mnet from
the larger cities thought we were
living in "Paradise" up, where we
are. Really, everyone said they
would love to be living in a small
place like this. We used to like to
say we live in .a town with no traf-
fic light, but now we have onel
From the Principal
By Larry A. Mathes
supportive parents-and of
is to report course some outstanding stu-
youl Actu- dents and athletes deserve credit
hree days, for bringing honor to WHS and to
computers, 'the Gulf County School System.
t our new There are a lot of good things
pt a large happening
awards at Report cards went out on
ience Fair, March 7th. Be 'sure to discuss
per" award your student's report. It is impor-
Dole to On- tant that you show that you are
for the In- interested. Call the schools if you
expenses: have questions.
m defeated The Senior High academic
d Blount- banquet has tentatively, been
' fast pitch scheduled for Monday night, April
Jay high 3rd. Be on the lookout for invita-
a double- -ionis. I hope you receive one. The
, the girls Middle School banquet will be
kland Ter- scheduled later.
wins over Two six weeks to, got Seems
lay High like we just started. There are
to win the many distractions during
the Pana- Spring-Don't let Spring fever
urnament bring your grades down. Remem-
Bryant, a ber what comes first-your edu-
Lool eighth cation is more important than all
most valu- the planned activities.
lament for Whoops-almost forgot! Ms.
nrmances. Lisa Jordan and the WHS Stu-
to all who. dent Government group reported
r success-. a successful meeting at Rickards
Jcorn, Jay High School in Tallahassee all
ham, .and day Saturday. Another positive
bunch of step forward for our students.
ence Fair in Marianna. Alicia
Erica's team project won
place. Congratulations, gu
keep up the good work!
Club activities will res
That's it for this week, h
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Hats off to Tawanda Jenkins
who has been notified of her ac-
ceptance at Tuskegee University
in Alabama. Way to go Tee!
At a .weightlifting meet on
Wednesday, March 1st, Matt Ro-
berson and Jamaail Fenn quali-
fied for state. The Sharks defeat-
ed Wewa 72-30; they are
currently 2-1 in dual meets and
have qualified nine weightlifters
for the state meet. Keep up the
The Florida De-
partment of Education
administers a scholar-
ship for children of de-
ceased or disabled vet-
erans or children of
as prisoners of war or
missing in action. Any
senior who meets one
of these criteria needs .
to see Mrs. Witten In
the guidance office for
an application .
The S.G.A. officers
for the 1995 school
year are as follows:
President................ Krist Lawrence
V. President.......Stefanie Wibberg
Secretary............ Brigette Godfrey
Treasurer.......... Matthew" White
Sgt.-at-Arms........... Danielle Ross
Sr. Senators......... Leslie Faison,
Jr. Senators .......Doyle Crosby,
Soph. Senators.. Jennifer Gaddis,
Congratulations to the varsi-
ty boys basketball team for their
60-57 victory over Florida High to
take the Regional Championship.
Congratulations also go out to-
Des Baxter, Mario Larry and
Chad Quinn for being.selected forr
A special thanks goes to
Coach Eppinette, Coach Gannon
Thursday, March 9 is our an-
nual Teacher's Appreciation Day,
which culminates in a steak din-
ner that evening for the teachers
and their spouses. Faith Chris-
tian School is only "as good as its
teachers", and we are deeply in-
debted to those men and women
who give their time and talents to
minister to the students here.
We believe that it takes dedi-
cated teachers, parents and stu-
dents along with much prayer
and a curriculum based on God's
Word to successfully nurture and
educate children today. Faith
Christian is thankful to have the
opportunity to coordinate these
factors into our program.
March 1st was the last day of
the, Campbell's soup label con-
test., There will be another next
year so don't stop saving labels.
and Coach Stevens for the great
job they did in preparing the
team for regional and state com-
Any member of the varsity
boys basketball team who is, in-
terested in running track needs
to see Coach Gannon now!
Our compliments to the girl's
track team on their first victory of
the year. The Lady Sharks defeat-
ed Wewahitchka in a dual meet
finisher in the meet
were Charron Addison'
in the .5 meter hur-
dles and 4 x 200 me-
ter relay. Stephanie
Maxwell in the 400
meter and the 4 x 200
V meter relay, Shinah
Quinn in the 4 x 200
meter relay, and Latrl-
ka Quinn in the- 800
meter and Kayce Knox
in the 4 x 200 meter
JoeA 1994 Port St.
Joe High School grad-
uate, Zyris Hill represented Gar-
den City Community College in
the National Junior College In-
door Track and Field Champion-
ships at Kansas State University
in Manhattan, Kansas. Zyris
placed 3rd In the 600 meters and
earned All-American Honors. His
time of 1:11.16 also established a
new school record. He also com-
peted In the 1600 meter relay and
placed 7th, missing All-American
Honors by just one place. His
team finished in a tie for 7th best
in the country. It makes 'us so
proud to hear of such success-
way to go Zyrisl
Finally, we salute those stu-
dents' who competed and won
awards at the Chipola Regional
Science and Engineering Fair last
week. Great job, Seth, Adam, Lee,
Stacie and all the others.
Faith Christian School
Also, we have Just begun a cam-
paign to save blue Pepsi caps and
UPC symbols, from the boxes of
General Mills cereals.
I promised to share student's
statements about Faith Christian.
Here are a few that stress the role
of our teachers:
"I like Faith Christian be-
cause of the teachers. The teach-
ers are willing to help every child
learn.". Rachel Geoghagan
"The teachers encourage me
in every way they can.". .. Linda
'The teachers are nice and
kind.".. Gabriel Phillips
'We have great teachers." .
"I like Faith Christian School
because the teachers teach about
Jesus.". .. Jeffrey Pitts
Gulf County Schools
March 13- 17
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FRI-Batter Dipped Fish or
Crab Cake, Cole Slaw, Baked
Beans, Bun/Hush Puppy, Tart-
er Sauce, Milk
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Chorale Concert Set Friday
Night at Long Avenue Baptist hefBaxter's
The Bryan College Chorale program. Barbequ Sale
will be presenting a concert at Barbeque on Sale
Long Avenue Baptist Church in The Bryan College Chorale The First United Methodist
Port St. Joe at 7:00 p.m., Friday, represents twelve states ad three The First United Methaving a
March. 10. Bryan College Is, a foreign countries, and has per- Men's Club will bthe havurng ha
non-denominational, liberal arts formed throughout the United chicken barbeque atthe chur
Christian college located in Day- States, Canada, Europe, and the fellowship hall 'on Friday, March
ton, Tennessee near the beautiful Bahamas. The 44-voice group will 31 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Cumberland Plateau. The Bryan be singing a variety of sacred mu- Chef Zedoc Baxter will be pre-
College Chorale is under the di- sic including anthems, gospel ar- paring the chicken for the din-
rection of Dr. David Luther, who rangements, and spirituals. The ners.
is also a musical director with concert is free of charge to the Tickets are now on sale for
Ben Haden on the nationally 'public. The church is located at $5.00 from any Men's Club merm-
broadcast "Changed Lives" 'V 1601 Long Avenue in Port St. Joe. ber or. the church office.
Poison Awareness Program to be
Presented at St. Joe Elementary
The Florida Poison Informa-
tion Center in Jabksonville is con-
ducting a Regional Poison Aware-
ness' Campaign and will be
visiting our area on March 9th.
Three "Poison Prevention Aware-
ness" programs, :each approxi-
mately thirty minutes in length,
will be presented tb approximate-
ly 150 kindergarten, and. first
-grade students at Port St. Joe
Elementary School Thursday
Smiorning. Education Coordinator,
Cheryl Tucker, R.N., B.S.N., will
discuss basic .poison prevention
tips during this program with the
This program ties in nicely
with National Poison Prevention
Week, March 19-25. This- year's
educational theme, "Everything
At Grandma's Isn't Candy" em-
phasizes the importance of pre-
ventive efforts to avoid accidental
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
REV. BILL WHITE, PASTOR
,T ,:i 2420 Long Ave. ,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
S, Port St. Joe's "Port of Victory"
Sunday School.......................................... 10 a.m.
Morning Worship.......................................11 a.m.
Sunday Evening ......................... .... 6 p.m.
Wednesday Evening .................... ......7 p.m.
/ "THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP"
First Baptist Church
102THIRD 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
Gary Smith Buddy Caswell
Pastor Minister of Music & Youth
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'" We Want You ToBe
S' j .Part of the Friendly Place.
BIBLE STUDY.... .' 9 45 a m EVENING WORSHIP .......:.. 7 00 p m
MORNING WORSHIP...... 11 00 a m. WEDNESDAY: 700 pm
CHURCH TRAINING ....... 5 45 p.m. .
Long Avenue Baptist Church
1601 Long Avenue
CURTIS CLARK, .MARK JONES
Pastor Minister of Music
f. first 'Unitetfd' ethodist Cfurch
1 ... 11 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Morning Church................. 9:00 a.m. CT
SChurch School .....:.... ....1.....0:00 a.m. CT
Charles M. Parker, Pastor John Anderson, Music Director
Office Phone: 648-8820 Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am 12 noon CT
Consmtution And 'tonumeut
Catch the t SAMnP tSt.Yoe
S THE UNfTED METHODIST CHURCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday Sqhool......... 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship ......... 7:30 p.m.
Morning Worship.... I 1:00 a.m. Choir Practice
MethodistlYouth Wednesday..........7:30 p.m.
Fellowship........... 5:00 p.m.
Rev. Zedoc Baxter- Charlotte Henderson
PASTOR YOUTH/ CHOIR DIRECTOR-
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.
10 a.m. Sunday
7 p.m. Wednesday
CHURCH OF CHRIST
11 a.m. Sunday
Minister: Tom Skipper 229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. BIox 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue
Each day approximately ,200
poisoning emergency and infor-
mation calls are managed by. the
Florida Poison Information Center
in Jacksonville and that figure; is
projected to increase as Florida's
residents become more aware' of
the Center and its capabilities.
Florida's has three centers 'in
the statewide Poisori Information
Network, which were created 'by
the Florida Legislature. Each pro-
vides an invaluable service to citi-
zens by offering poison preven-
*tion and management informa-
tion through a statewide, toll-free
hotline which is 'open 24 hours a
day, seven days a week. Calls are
answered by specially 'trained
nurses, ,pharmacists, toxicology
fellows and on-call toxicologists
who have computerized access to
the latest, in-depth poison a'
sessment and management teci-
Residents of Florida may ac-.
cess the network 'of information "
centers by calling toll-free, '1-800-
Poisoning is one of the lead-
ing causes of health emergencies,
for children in Florida, ranking'
sixth on Florida's injury death
list. Ninety percent of poison ex-
posures are accidental, and over
S60% of poisonings occur in chil-
dren under the age of six. Acci-
dents such as these can be pre-
vented with public education and
awareness of poison, prevention
techniques in the home.
Port St. Joe High School had
a good two days at the Chipola
Regional SHiefice and Engineering
Fair. From the nine projects dis-
played by itie, high. school stu-
dents, they received one second
place, one third place and two
Seth Campbell received the -
second place award in the Senior
Division in Earth and Space for
his project, "How To Make Rain-
drops!'". (Yes, -he did make it rain)
Adam Lee received a third
place in the Senior Division in
Engineering for his project, "Can
You: Build. A Radio 'Controlled
Plane Out Of Household Prod-
ucts". (Yes, It didfly!) -
Lee Cathey and Stacie Smith
received special awards from-:the
U. S. Army for their efforts. Lee's
project was based on electroinag-.
nets and his award was "Out-
standing Project In The Area Of0
'Physics". Stacie's project was on
electrolysis and her special award
was "Outstanding Project In The
Area Of Physics". .
Cpngratulations to these, stu-
dents and all of those who partici-
pated in the fair.
On Friday, February 24th, a
select group of students were
awarded with the "P.R.I.D.E. Mo-
vie". P.R.I.D.E., Personal Reppon-
sibility in Daily Effort, is an in-
centive program at Port St. Joe
High School that focuses on at-
tendance, conduct, responsibility,
and daily effort. Every six weeks
students who have only one ab-
sence (or none), who have turned
in all of their assignments, and
who have no disciplinary referrals
are rewarded with an "out of
class" event and refreshments.
There were 140 students who met
the criteria during the second
and third six ,weeks for the
The P.R.I.D.E. program is a
Evangelist Tim Todd
at HV Assembly
Evangelist Tim Todd will be
conducting services at Highland
View Assembly of God beginning
Sunday morning, March 12,
through Wednesday, March 15.
.Evening services will begin on
Sunday at 6:00 p.m. and Monday
through Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.
Evangelist Todd has conduct-
ed evangelistic crusades across
America as well as in several dif-
ferent nations around the world
in such places as Russia, Latvia,
India, Haiti, Old Mexico, Baha-
mas, and the Middle East., I
Todd has another talent
unique and separate from his
anointed preaching as he became
an accomplished ventriloquist at
the age of nine. In each service,
"Freddy", a ventriloquist dummy.
helps to capture the attention of
Children, young people and even
Everyone is invited to attend
and enjoy the. services with the
Zion Fair Missionary Baptist
Church, located at 280 Avenue C
in Port St. Joe will be holding a
bake sale in the church parking
lot on Saturday, March 11 begin-
ning at 10:00 a.m.
There will be lots of fresh
baked goods available. Come out
and support this church activity.
Maxand Regina Tyus
Special services, featuring
Max Tyus and Singers, will be
'held at Oak Grove Assembly. of
God' Church on Sunday, March
12 at 10:45 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
The church is located at 613'
Madison Street in Port St. Joe.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Revival services will begin
nightly at Thompson Temple at
7:30. p.m. on March 13th through
17th and 20th through 24th with
evangelist, Betty Jones Hudson of
Everyone is cordially Invited
very good way to encourage stu-
dents to word hard in school and
just one of the many positive
strategies at Port St. Joe High
School recognizing those who do
Congratulations to all those
who take advantage of this pro-
is Pleased to Announce
Its Association With
Allstate & The Travelers
Life Insurance Companies
"Call Me About Your Life & Health Insurance Needs"
Feb. 26th....."How to be joyful when life is
turned upside down."
March 5th....."How to experience joy everyday."
March 12th..."Understanding God's purpose for
your life and enjoying it."
March 19th..."Stop worrying and enjoy life!"
iitVith OS? a
Rev, Marty Martin, Pastor
Presently meeting in the First Union
Bank Bldg. Monument Ave.
Sunday Worship: 10:00am and 6:00pm
Call for times of other services
THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1995 PAGE 3B
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6L New Life Christian Center Church
Sixth Street (Union Hall Building)
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Johnny Jenkins, Jr. Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
(1st and 3rd Sunday Nights)
Wednesday Night Bible Study. 7:00 p.m.
'"We Are covenant CopCe'
United Methodist Church
Corner of 4th St. & Parker Ave.
1Highland View .
Lynwood R. Wynne, Pastor
Sunday School ...................................... .......... 10 a.m .
Morning W orship ............. .......................... ...."................ 11 a.m .
Evening W worship. ......... ............... .. 6p.m.
4 W 'SSt. Joe, ssemb6fyof God "
f^ 309 6th:Street.Port'St. Joe
Sunday School...............'... 0:00 am
Morning',Worship Service........ 11:00 am
vW70 Sunday Evening Service ........... 6:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study...........7:00 pm
Pastor : '
+t Empowered by The Spiritt
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY :
ST. JAMES' 800 22nd STREET PORT ST. JOE
S '--- :30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET)
'++ + Sunday School 9:45 -
ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
S 8:00 a.m. (CT)
THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
823 N. 15th Street
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
Chapel Lane Overstreet Phone 648-8144
Bro. Harold J. McClelland, Jr., W.L. Remain,
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.
L AJ FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
SW % CHURCH
U 'j 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
a, m SUNDAY WORSHIP.................... 10 a.m.
**' ADULT SCHOOL.........................11 a.m.
t US *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor
Do the problems of everyday life rob your joy? Does it
seem like those around you are seldom really happy? Are
you thinking, "I just wish I could experience genuine joy in
my life?" Then it's time to join us for an exciting time of
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PAGE 4B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOB. FL THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1995
[Gulf County Commission Minutes ]
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met in special session on February
2, 1995 with the following members
present: Chairman Michael L. Hammond,
and Commissioners Warren J. Yeager, Billy
E. Traylor, Nathan Peters. ,Commissioner
Jessie V. Armstrong was absent.
Others present were: Deputy Clerk Debbe
Wibberg, Administrator R. Larry Wells,
Planning/Building Director Don Butler,
Building Inspector Richaid Combs, Solid
Waste Director Joe Danford, Maintenance
Superintendent Joe Bearden and Interim
Sheriff,'Coats, and Mosquito Control Super-
intendent Paul Wood.
The meeting was called to order at 12:03
p.m., EST,. ,I
Administrator R. Larry Wells opened the
meeting with prayer and Chairman Michael
L. Hammond led the pledge of allegiance to
SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT ,- APPOINT-
Interim Sheriff Coats stated that fe was
unable to determine when a final appoint-
ment for Sheriff would be made.
INVOICE' NATIONAL ELEVATOR
Upon recommendation by Planning/
Building Department Director Don Butler,
Commissioner Peters minotioned'to pay an
invoice from National" Elevator in the
amount of $1,755.00. He also stipulated
that Mr. Butler.be allowed to sign off on the
retainage, when the elevator becomes oper-
able'and Is certtified by the State. Commis-
sioner Veager seconded the motion and the
motion passed 4-0.
PUBLICITY ARTICLE IN THE NEWS
Commissioner Traylor discussed his objec-
tions to graphic and profane language used
in an article in the News Herald. Commis-
Ssoner Yeager stated thatan article in Sun-
day's edition wasprobably trying to explain
the use of' the explicit language, but was
definitely not arn apology to the readers.
Commissioner Peters commended the News
Herald on their overall excellent coverage of
former Sheriff Harrison's trial,: but stated
that,he did feel the language In: Wednes-
day's article -:was inappropriate. He also
stated that several individuals were dissat-
isfied with"the coverage in the local news-
paper, 'Tie Star, of former Sheriff Harri-
son's trial. Commissioner Yeager stated
that the purpose of this meeting was not
about former Sheriff: Harrison's trial, but
the explicit language used in the News Her-
ald Chairman Hammond read a letter from
Reverend Pettis. head of the Wewahitchka
Ministerial Alliance. Chairman Hammond
also stated that he would like 'normalcy'
restored to Gulf County. Commissioner Pe-"
ters stated that the victims should be con-
sidered in these matters.- :
There being no further business and upon .
motion by Commissioner Yeageri second by
Commissioner Traylor, and unanimous
vote, the meeting did then adjourn at 12:17
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-,
stoners met on February 8, 1995, in special
session with the following members
present: Chairman Michael L. Hammond,
arid Commissioners Nathan Peters, 'Jr..
Warren J. Yeager, Jr., and Jessie V. Arm-
strong. Commissioner Billy E. Traylor was
Others present were: Chief Deputy Clerk
Doug Birmingham, Deputy Clerk Debbe
Wibberg, Administrator R. Larry Wells,
Maintenance Department superintendent
Joe Bearden, Building Inspector Richard
Combs and Interim Sheriff James C. Coats.
The meeting was called to order at 12:04
Administrator R. Larry Wells .opened .the,
meeting with prayer and Chairman Michael"
L. Hammond led the pledge of allegiance to
the flag. --
WORK CREW SUPERVISOR POSITION
Administrator Wells stated that only two (2)
people had applied for the Work Crew Su-
pervisor position, but that only one (1) per-'
son, James Newsome, was qualified. Upon
motion by Commissioner Armstrong, sec-
ond by Commissioner Peters, and unani-
mous vote, the Board agreed to hire James
Newsome as Work Crew Supervisor, with
the effective' date and salary to be deter-
mined at a later date.
The meeting recessed at 12:09 p.m., EST.
The meeting reconvened at 1:36 p.m.,EST.
'SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT BOND AP-
PROVAL FOR SHERIFF MCKEITHEN '
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond b) Commis-ioner Yeager, and uhani-
mous vote, the Board approved a bond, at
the maximum amount of $10,000.00; for
newly appointed Sheriff James Frank
INTERIM SHERIFF ,JAMES COATS -
The Board expressed their gratitude to In-
terim Shenff Coats and commended him on
his excellent job performance while serving
as Interim Sheriff. -.. -,, ,
There being no further business,'and upon
motion by Commissioner Peters, second by
Commissioner Neager, and unanimous
vote. the meetinn did then adjourn at 1:54
p.m, EST :
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met on February 14, 1995 in regu-
lar session with the following members
present: Chairman Michael L. Hammond,
and Commissioners Billy E. Traylor, :Na-
than Peters, Jr., Jessie B. Armstrong, and
Warren J. Yeager, Jr.
Others present were: County Attorney Bar-
bara Sanders, Clerk Benny C. Lister, Chief
Deputy Clerk Doug Birmingham, Deputy
Clerk Debbe Wibberg, 'Administrator R. Lar-
ry Wells, Emergency Management Coordi-
nator Marshall Nelson, Planning/Building
Department Director Don Butler, Building
Inspector Richard Combs, Mosquito Con-
trol Superintendent Joe Bearden; Road De-
partment Superintendent Bob Lester, and
Sheriff Frank McKeithen.
The meetingg was called to order at, 6:00
Administrator R. Larry Wells opened the
meeting with prayer and Commissioner Na-
than Peters, Jr. led the pledge of allegiance
to the flag.
PUBLIC HEARING ORDINANCE 95-01 -
ESTABLISHING A UNIFORM PROPERTY
Pursuant to advertisement to hold a public
hearing for the first reading to consider the
adoption of an ordinance establishing a
uniform property numbering system, the
Board received no public comment. It was
noted that the adoption of this ordinance
would be on Tuesday, February 28, 1995,
at 6:00 p.m., EST. Ordinance 95-01 estab-
lishing a uniform property numbering sys-
tem is on file in Clerk's office.
PUBLIC HEARING ORDINANCE 95-02 -
DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN FOR
GULF COUNTY EMPLOYEES
Pursuant to advertisement to hold a public
hearing for the first reading to consider the
adoption of an ordinance permitting a de-
ferred compensation plan for Gulf County
employees, the board received no public
comment. It was noted that the adoption of
this ordinance would be on Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 28, 1995, at 6:00 p.m., EST. A copy
of the ordinance is on file in the Clerk's of-
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE ON ABAN-
DONMENT OF ROAD,
Upon recommendation by County Attorney
Sanders, Commissioner Peters motioned to
postpone the public hearing for the aban-
donment of a portion of lola St. In Oak
Grove Subdivision and to re-advertise the
notice of public hearing for Tuesday, March
14, 1995. Commissioner Yeager seconded
the motion and the motion passed unani-
RECEiVE BIDS (#9495-14) 2 POST
ASYMMETRIC VEHICLE LIFT (ROAD DE-
Pursuant to advertisement to receive scaled
bids for a 2 post asymmetric vehicle lift for
the Road Department, the Board received
the following bids: Marshall Machlnry -
$3,192.00; Atlantic Auto Supplie's -
$4,800.00. The Board tabled these bids for
further review and recommendation by
Road Department Superintendent Bob
RECEIVE BIDS (#9495-15) (2) 10"
FLANGED TUBE WATER METERS
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
bids for (2) 10" flanged tube water meters
for the Water Department, the Board re-
ceived no bids.
RECEIVE BIDS (#9495-16) 1 NEW 1/2
TON P/U (MOSQUITO CONTROL DE-
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
bids for a new 1/2 ton pick-up truck for
the Mosquito 'Control Department,, the
Board received the following bids: Ocala
Motors, Inc. $12,736.36; Blountstown
.Motors $14,166.00; Cook-Whitehead Ford
- $12,334.00 plus tag & title; Dodge Coun-
The Board tabled these bids for further re-
view and recommendation by Mosquito
Control Department Superintendent Paul
Wood and Solid Waste Director Joe Dan-
RECEIVE BIDS (#9495-17) SELLING
LOTS 1, 2 AND 3, BLIX 1581, LAKE
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
bids to sell 3 lots in Lake Heights Subdivi-
sion, the Board received the following bid:
Richard Henderson $1,001.01. Upon mo-
tion by Commissioner Traylor, second by
Commissioner Armstrong, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to sell lots 1, 2 and
3, Blk 1561, Lake Heights Subdivision to
Richard Henderson in the amount of
RECEIVE BIDS (#9495-18) 1 1995
STANDARD PASSENGER VAN (WORK
Pursuant to advertisement to receive scaled
bids for 1995 standard passenger van for
the newly created work crew, the Board re-
ceived the following bid: Billy Carr Chevro-'
let, Inc. $17,800.00. The Board tabled
this bid for further review and recommen-
RECEIVE BIDS (#9495-19) FINANCING
OF 1994 FORD RANGER P/U (BUILDING'
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
bids for the financing of a new 1994 Ford
Ranger P/U for the Building Department in
the amount of $4,809.63, the Board re-
ceived the following bids: Citizens Federal
Savings Bank 7.012%; Wewahitchka
State Bank 9.00%. The Board tabled
these bids for further review and recom-
mendation by' County Attorney Barbara
Sanders and Planning/Building Depart-
ment Director Don Butler.
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor,
second :;by Commissioner Yeager, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved the
consent agenda. I
Conserxt Agenda Items Approved: A. Min-
utes January 25, 1995 Regular.Meeting;
B. Invoices -
a. Medicaid Billings October ($6,828.78),
November ($4,693,56), December
($7,186.45), ,1994 (payment to be made for
b. Preble-Rish, Inc. Eng. Services for the
1995 Road Paving Program $13,527.50
(payment to be made from Secondary Road
and Bridge Fund)
c: Preble-Rish, Inc. Buckhorin Closure
Permit Renewal $1,200.00 paymentt to be
made from Long Term Care)
-dPreble-RIsh. 'In. Victoria Ave. Bridge6
e. Preble-Rish, Inc. Stone Mill Creek
Bridge -7 $900.00 (payment to be made from
Secondary road and Bridge Fund)
f. Judicial Order St. vs. Wyatt Dr. Harry
McClaren $750.00 (payment to be made
from Public Defender)
C. Travel Requests a. Hurricane Confer-
ence for County Officials, April 11-14,
1995; b Legislative Day FL Association. of
Counties, April 12, 1995.
SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT REQUEST
FOR FUNDS/BUDGET AMENDMENT
Upon recommendation by Sheriff McKeith-
en, Commissioner Yeager motioned to
amend the 1994-95 Fine, and Forfeiture
budget by reducing Reserve for Contingen-
cies $45,472.98 and increasing Law En-'
forcement $45,472.98. Commissioner -Pe-
ters seconded the motion and the motion,
passed unanimously. Sheriff McKeithen
had no objections to the Board's request.
that he submit a letter to the Clerk's office
requesting these funds.
MEDICAL EXAMINER INTERLOCAL
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Yeager, and unani-
mous vote, the Board agreed to sign the in-
terlocal agreement'for medical examiners
services from April 1, 1995 to September 1,
1995 for the Fourteenth Medical Examin-
er's District, .
INVOICE GILMORE-SOUTHERLAND FU-
NERAL HOME TRANSPORTATION
Clerk Lister presented an invoice from Gil-
more-Southerland Funeral Home in the
amount of $225.00 for transporting a body,
to Tallahassee, for an autopsy that was
found on Kate Glass Road. Commissioner
Traylor motioned to pay the invoice from
Gilmore-Southerland Funeral Home in the
amount of $225.00. Commissioner Yeager
seconded the motion. After discussion by
Administrator Wells and the Board, Com-
missioner Yeager withdrew his second and
Commissioner Traylor withdrew his mo-
tion. The Board tabled this invoice.
INVOICE SOUTHERN EARTH SCIENCES
(SOIL CONTAMINATION ROAD DEPART-
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor,
second by Commissioner Yeager, and
unanimous vote, the Board agreed to pay
an invoice from Southern Earth Sciences in
the amount of $6;150.00 for the soil con-
tamination assessment at the Gulf County
Road Department. It was noted that this is
'a partial payment of the proposal approved
by the Board 'in the amount of $6,600.00
and/that payment, would be made from the
County road and Bridge 'Fund.
INVOICE SOUTHEASTERN MECHANI-
CAL (STONE MILL CREEK BRIDGE)
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor,
second by Commissioner Armstrong, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved an in-
voice from Southeastern Mechanical in the
amount of $22,370.80 for the construction
Sof the Stone Mill Creek Bridge. It was noted
that payment would be made from the Sec-
ondary Road and Bridge Funds.
MONTHLY BILLING COUNTY ATTOR-
NEY SANDERS (JANUARY, 1995)
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Armstrong, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved pay-
ment of the billing from County Attorney
Barbara Sanders for January, 1995, in the
amount of $2,268.25.
MRS. LINDA DANIELS ABOVE GROUND
SUBSTATION LOCATED NEAR HWY. 386
AND HWY, 71.
Mrs. Linda Daniels presented a petition
signed by 110 property owners and resi-
dents of Gulf County requesting that the
Board relocate the above ground natural
gas pressure regulator station, located on
Hwy. 71 and 386, away from the road. Af-
ter discussion, the Board stated that they
would take the matter under advisement
and speak with Mr. Stuart Shoaf of St. Joe
Natural Gas. '
SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE SECRE-
TARIAL POSITION/BUDGET AMEND-
County Extension Agent Roy Lee Carter re-
quested the Board's assistance in funding a
secretarial position, at a cost of $2,162.27,
for the remainder of the fiscal year for the
Soil Conservation Service. He also noted
that the Soil Conservation Service provides
service to Gulf County as well as surround-
ing counties. After discussion, Commis-
sioner Peters motioned to, amend the 1994-
95 General Fund budget by reducing Re-
serve for Contingencies $2,162.27 and in-
creasing Soil Conservationr Aid to Other
Governmental Agencies $2,162.27, contin-
gent upon Franklin, Liberty, and Calhoun
County providing equal participation. Com-
missioner Traylor secoinded the motion and
the motion passed urianimousl'y It was
noted that since the position was consid-
ered a Calhoun County employee, payment
would be made to Calhoun County.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 'ASSIS-
TANCE GRANT ,
Upon motion by Commissioiier Yeager, sec-
cnd by Commisaioner Peters and unani-
mous vote, the Board agreed to allow the
Chairman to sign the Emergency Manage-
ment Assistance Grant in the amount of
$23,675.00. It was noted by Emergency'
Management Director Wells that this grant
is a 50% matching grant.'
NOTICE OF ACTION STEVE NUNNERY
Administrator Wells informed the Board -of'
a lawsuit that was being filed by Steve Nun-
nery, former inmate of the Gulf County jail.
HAZARD MITIGATION AND REDEVELOP-
MENT FUNDS FOR AREAS FLOODED BY
TROPICAL STORM ALBERTO
Emergency Management Director Wells dis-
cussed a letter he had written to the De-
partment of Community Affairs requesting
assistance in obtaining funds from the Haz-
ardous Mitigation and /or Housing Urban
Development CDBG Redevelopment pro-
grams for areas flooded by Tropical Storm
TRAVEL REQUEST EMERGENCY MAN-
AGEMENT HURRICANE WORKSHOP
Upon request by'Emergency Management
Director Wells, Commissioner Traylor mo-
tioned to allow, Emergency Management Di-
-rector Wells and' Emergency Management
Coordinator Nelson to attend a TIYi-State
Hurricane Workshop in Dothan, Alabama,
March 8 and 9, 1995. Commissioner Yeag-
er seconded the motion and the motion
passed u ranimously.
RESOLUTION 95-04 SUPPORTING FULL
FUNDING FOR JTPA PROGRAM
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor,
second by ,Commissioner Peters and unani-
mous vote, the Board adopted resolution
95-04 supporting full funding for JTPA.
Copy of resolution is on file in Clerk's of-
GULF COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH UNIT -
FUEL ,AND HAZARDOUS WASTE STOR-
AGE TANKS (ROAD DEPARTMENT)
Administrator Wells discussed .a letter from
the Gulf County Public Health Unit regard-
ing a deficiency in the County's insurance
coverage for the fuel and hazardous waste
storage tanks at the Gulf County Road De-
partment. The Board requested that Mr.
Wells review the matter and report back to
SMALL COUNTY COALITION HOUSE
BILL FOR 911 FUNDING
Administrator Wells discussed a letter from
'Willie D. Wise, chairman of the Small
County Coalition urging the Board to adopt
a resolution requesting the Legislature to
support the Florida Emergency Telephone
Act. After discussion, Commissioner, Tray-
lor motioned to table this request. Commis-
sioner Peters seconded the motion and the
motion passed unanimously.
INVOICE V lABOR'ATTORNEY WILLIAM
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Yeager, and unani-
mous vote,: the Board approved an invoice
from labor attorney William Powers in the
amount of $37.58. It was noted that pay-
ment would be made from Professional Le-
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION T.
County Attorney Sanders stated that she
will be writing a letter to the Benefit Opera-
tions Employer Protest Unit, a division of
the Department of Labor, requesting that
they determine whether Gulf County owes
any money for the unemployment compen-
sation claim filed by Tommy Skipper. She
stated 'that the county is currently respon-
sible for payment until a determination can
be made and if Gulf County is not responsi-
ble, then they would be reimbursed for any
REQUEST TO ADVERTISE FOR BIDS (2)
SPRAY MOTORS (MOSQUITO CONTROL
Upon request by Mosquito Control Superin-
tendent Paul Wood, Commissioner Peters
motioned to advertise for bids for (2) new
leco boa spray motors for, the Mosquito
Control Department. Commissioner Yeager
seconded 'the motion and 'the motion
AWARD BID #9495-14 2 POST ASYM-
METRIC VEHICLE LIFT (ROAD DEPART-
Upon recommendation' by Road Depart-
ment Superintendent Bob Lester, Commis-
sioner Peters motioned to advertise for a 2
post asymmetric vehicle lift for the Road
Department to Marshall Machinery Inc., in
the amount of $3,192.00, contingent upon
Louie Flowers signing off on the bid. Com-
missioner Armstrong seconded the motion
-' and the motion passed unanimously.
SHIP PROGRAM FLORIDA HOUSING FI-
SHIP Administrator Bo Williams noted that
the Florida Housing Finance Agency ap-
proved Gulf County's Local Housing Assis-
tance Plan, Amendment #2 for FY 1993-94
SHIP PROGRAM DOWN PAYMENT AS-
SISTANCE (T. POPE)
Upon recommendation by SHIP Administra-
tor Williams, Commissioner Traylor mo-
tioned to approve down payment assistance
Sfor Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Pope, not to ex-
ceed $22,000.00, contingent upon loan ap-
proval by the bank. Commissioner Yeager
seconded the motion and the ,motion
SHIP PROGRAM LETTERS ENCOURAG-
SING SUPPORT OF THE SHIP PROGRAM
SHIP Administrator Bo Williams discussed
the letters that had been sent to state rep-
resentatives requesting their support of the
SHIP program. He discussed a letter from
Senator Pat Thomas stating that he would
take the matter under advisement.
VSO PROCLAMATION FOR 50TH ANNI-
VERSARY OF SENATE BILL #170
Veterans' Services Officer Bo Williams re-
quested that the Board approve a procla-
mation recognizing the 50th anniversary ol
Senate Bill 170, which authorized all of the
Board of County Commissioners In the
State of Florida to aid and assist honorably
discharged veterans of any war and their
dependents. He stated that he would draft
the proclamation and present it at.the an-
nual Veterans Service Officer Association
training conference in May. Commissioner
Traylor motioned to allow Mr. Williams to
draft the proclamation as requested. Com-
missioner Peters seconded the motion and
the motion passed unanimously.
VETERANS' SERVICE OFFICER VSO
Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager, sec
ond by Commissioner Armstrong, ant
unanimous vote, the Board agreed tha
Veterans' Service Officer Bo Williams car
attend the VSO Association annual spring
training conference in Coca Beach, Florida
May 22-25, 1995.
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS 1995 ROAD
Upon' motion by Commissioner Traylor,
second by Commissioner Yeager,' and
'unanimous vote, the Board agreed to ad-
vertise for bids for the 1995 road paving
programm with bids to be received on Tues-
,day, March 14, 1995.
SMALL QUANTITIES GENERATOR
Solid Waste Director Joe Danford dis-
cussed a request from Glenn Peragen of the
Department of Environmental Protection
Agency regarding changes in Ordinance 92-
02 regarding the Small Quantities Genera-
tor: Grant application. After discussion,
Chairman Hammond stated that it would
need to be reviewed at a later date.
LANDFILLS PROPOSAL FOR CHIPPING
(ST. JOSEPH LAND DEVELOPMENT
Solid Waste Director Danford presented to,
the Board a proposal from St. Joseph Land
and Development Company for chipping.
He stated that they would agree to pay the
County $14.00 per ton for fuel chips, with
the condition that they be exempt from any
tipping fees for delivery of tub grindable
material (no metal) to the 5 Points Landfill.
After discussion, the Board had no objec-
tions to this proposal but requested that
Mr. Danford monitor the situation.
HAZARDOUS WASTE SPOTTERS CON-
* Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Armstrong, and
unanimous vote. the Board agreed for Ca-
. they Cbollins to attend a Hazardous Waste
Spotters Conference in Pensacola in March.
FIVE POINTS LANDFILL SPOTTERS
Solid Waste Director Danford discussed the
possibility of the County using interested
individuals to "spot" for hazardous waste at
5 Points Landfill, during the day, in ex-
change for, salvaging for recyclables. He
stated that he had' discussed this with
County Attorney Sanders and that he
would research it further in order to avoid
having the County hire a "spotter' for haz-
ardous waste at 5 Points Landfill.
EMERGENCY BIDS FINANCING. OF
EMERGENCY SERVICES UNIT VEHICLE
Chairman Hammond passed the chair to
Acting Vice-Chairman Peters and motioned
to receive 'emergency" bids for financing., in
the amount of $25,000.00, for the Emer-
gency'Services Unit vehicle. He noted that
all bids would be received by Tuesday, Feb-
tuary 21, 1995 at 5:00 p.m., EST. Commis-
sioner Yeager seconded the motion and the
motion passed unanimously. Acting Chair-
man Peters returned the chair to Chairman-
The meeting recessed at 7:00 p.m., EST.
The meeting reconvened at 7:22 p.m., EST.
ORDINANCE 95-01 CHANGE PENALTY
Emergency Management Coordinator Nel-
son requested that the penalty for noncom-
pliance of Ordinance 95-01; which estab-
lished a, uniform property numbering
system, be changed to $50,00. The Board
had no objections to this request.
BUREAU OF CENSUS CENSUS LIAISON
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Yeager, and unani-
mous vote, the Board appointed Marshall
Nelson as the "census liaison" for Gulf
County as requested by the Bureau of Cen-
Emergency Management Coordinator Nel-
son discussed the distribution of the 911
packets in White City and the beach area
and'that he is still working in other areas
of the County setting up the distribution of
AWARD BID #9495-19 FINANCING OF
1994 FORD RANGER (BUILDING DE-
Upon'recommendation by Building Inspec-
tor Combs, Commissioner Peters motioned
to award bid #9495-19 for the financing, in
the amount of $4,809.63, of the 1994 Ford
Ranger for the Gulf County Building De-
partment, to Citizens Federal Savings Bank
a,.. .a rate of .7.012%. Commissioner Yeager -
seconded the motion and the motion
PORTABLE BUILDINGS IN GULF COUNTY
Building Inspector Combs discussed the
problem with portable buildings (10 x 10
and larger) being brought into the county
that cannot meet the County's wind code of
110 m.p.h. Planning/Building Department
Director Butler discussed the Board's code,
adopted in, 1990, that requires all accesso-
ry buildings t- be permitted, After discus-
sion, the Board stated that Mr. Combs
could write a letter to all portable building
manufacturers, in the area defining the
County s wind code for buildings.
GULF COUNTY CONSTRUCTION INDUS-
TRY LICENSING BOARD
Building Inspector Combs discussed the
action taken by the'Gulf County Construc-
tion Industry Licensing Board on two cases
that was brought before them. He stated
that in case #1. Sides vs. Body, Richard S.
Body, aka Kendrick Hearing and Air Condi-
tioning (iRA00559862). was exonerated of
charges filed against him and in case #2.'
Hayden vs. Wood, James T. Wood
(RB004 1838) was given a verbal reprimand.
WATER DEPARTMENT OAK GROVE
Planning/Building Department Director
Butler discussed a letter from the City of'
Port St. Joe regarding the purchase of wa-
ter meters for the Oak Grove area and that
this matter had been resolved.
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT -
Planning/Building Department Director
Butler stated that an agreement had been
reached withithe Department of Communi'-
ty Affairs on Comprehensive Plan Amend-
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 94-8-1
SPlanning/Building Delpartment Director
Butler stated that Comprehensive Plan
Amendment 94-S-1 'had been adopted by
the Apalachee Regional Planning Council
-, and that it has been forwarded to the De-
apartment of Community Affairs.
GRANT APPLICATION COPS-MORE AP-
'Planiing/Building Department Director
Butler discussed a grant program that will
assist in the funding of additional officers
for the Sheriffs Department. The Board
stated that they would inform Sheriff
McKeithen of this program.
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION -
WATER BILL LATE FEES
Upont motion by Commissioner Armstrong,
second by Commissioner Peters and unanl-
mous vote, the Board agreed to waive the
late'charges on account #4100012400, De-
partment of Transportation,, for the White
City Water System, due to the time element
involved in their billing cycle.
PUBLIC HEARING CDBG GRANT (ROAD
Planning/Building Department Director
Butler stated that he had spoken with Da-
v' id Hines concerning a CDBG Road Pay-
Sing Grant In the amount of $600,000.00,
that is available for low income areas with-
in the County. He stated that a public hear-
f ing would be held on Tuesday, February
21, 1995, at 5:30 p.m., EST., in the County
Commissioners' Meeting Room to' discuss
the grant application, which is due on
March 21, 1995.
(Commissioner Traylor returned at 7:36
planning/Building Department Director
Butler discussed the Land's Landing Pro-
ject and that the County cannot proceed
with the advertisement for bids, until a
submerged land lease agreement is re-
911 PACKETS OVERSTREET
Mr. Archie .Marshall of Overstreet asked
d when the 911 packets would be distributed
t in the Overstreet area. Emergency Manage-
1 meant Coordinator Nelson stated that he
g would be contacting Overstreet Fire Depart-
, ment Chief, Bud Jones, requesting his De-
partment's assistance with the distribution
of the 911 packets.
AMY SHACKLEFORD, PRESIDENT
Ms. Amy Shackleford, president of the local
NAACP stated that she had attended a
meeting of local branches of the NAACP
and that Gulf County was rated poor in af-
fordable housing for low income families.
She requested the Board's assistance in ac-
quiring land for multi-unit dwellings. Com-
missioner Traylor discussed the SHIP pro-
gram and its success within the County of
providing .housing to low income families.
Ms. Shackleford stated that funding may
be available through HUD (Housing Urban
and Development). The Board took no ac-
Ms. Linda Sides stated that the meeting
with the Gulf County Construction Indus-
try Licensing Board had not been resolved
to her salislactlon She stated that a state
inspector 'from Tallahassee would be com-
ing to inspect her air conditioning unit. '
GULF COUNTY SHERIFF'S SEARCH AND
RESCUE UNIT REQUEST FOR AMBU-
Upon request from the Gulf County Sher-
iffs Search and Rescue Unit, Commission-
er Traylor motioned to transfer an ambu-
lance from the Wewa Ambulance Service to
the Gulf County Sheriffs Search and Res-
cue Unit. Commissioner Yeager seconded
the motion and the motion passed unani-
SOUTH GULF COUNTY FIRE DEPART-
MENT, -WATER DEPARTMENT EMPLOY-
Commissioner Yeager requested that Water
Department Employee, Gerald Shearer, as-.
sist the South, Gulf. County Fire Depart-
ment with the installation of fire hydrants.
The Board had no objections.
Commissioner Yeager discussed a meeting
he had with Mike McDonald of Florida Pow-
er regarding the problems with Florida
Powers' office closing In Port St. Joe. He
also requested a meeting with Mr. McDo-
nald, Building Inspector combs. Planning/
Building Director Butler and himself to dis-
,cuss the problems with temporary power
SMALL COUNTY COALITION MEETING -
NET BAN ISSUE
Commissioner Yeager discussed a meeting
that was held in Wakulla. Saturday. Febru-
ary 12. 1995 regarding that net ban Issue
and the effects it will have on everyone. He
also noted that they plan to address the
Governor and the Cabinet on Tuesday. Feb-
ruary 28. 1995 to discuss this particular
situation and that each Commissioner Is
invited to attend.
PORT ST. JOE MERCHANTS ASSOCIA-
Commissioner Yeager stated that the Port
St. Joe Merchants Association is trying to
acquire a grant to restore the downtown
area and that they need a commitment
from the Board to pave Reid Avenue in Port
St. Joe if they receive the grant. Commis-
stoner Yeager motioned that the Board
commit to paving Reid Avenue. If the grant
is received by the Merchants Association.
Commissioner Peters seconded the motion
and the motion passed unanimously. The
Board requested that Administrator Wells
draft a letter to the Merchants Association
notifying them of the Board's actions.
WEWA AMBULANCE SERVICE
Commissioner Traylor discussed the Wewa
Ambulance Service going into Calhoun
County to pick up patients and that it is no
longer feasible 'for them to answer calls for
Calhoun County, unless there is a disaster
or extra back-up is needed. After discus-
ston, Comm. Traylor motioned that effective
March 1, 1995, the Wewa Ambulance Ser-
vice would not service Calhoun County un-
less there is an absolute "emergency". Com-
missioner Peters seconded the motion and
the motion passed unanimously. Chairman
Hammond stated that he will write a letter
to the, Chairman of the Calhoun .County
Board of County Commissioners notifying.
-them of the-Board's decision : *-', :
WEWA AMBULANCE SERVICE FUNDING
Commissioner Traylor motioned to proceed
with charging for the services provided by
the Wewa Ambulance Service, and that all
EMTs would be paid $25.00 and ambu-,
lance drivers $20.00 per call, effective
March 1, 1995. Commissioner Armstrong
seconded the, motion and the motion
passed unanimously. The Board requested
that Chief Deputy Clerk, Birmingham and
commissioner Traylor work out the details'
regarding the billing and collecting of the
JONES HOMESTEAD ROAD
Commissioner Yeager requested 'that
.Preble-Rish write a letter to the Department
of Transportation requesting their assis-
tance in the resurfacing of the Jones Home-
stead Road because DOTs heavy trucks
are causing damage to the Jones Home-,
stead Road. "
Commissioner Peters requested that Road
Department Superintendent Lester have
the following roads striped, when the
County receives a contract for road striping
services: Industrial Road. Avenue A (from:
Hwy. 98 to Hwy. 71) and all of the intersec-
tions on Martin Luther King Dr. .
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS WEWA AMBU-
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters,-sec-
ond by Commissioner Traylor arid unani-
mous vote,,the Board agreed to advertise
for bids .for an ambulance for the Wewa
Ambulance Service .
SURVEY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMIS-
SION TOLL CALLS TO PANAMA CITY
Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager,' s&
ond by Commissioner Armstrong, and
unanimous vote, the Board agreed to write
a letter to the Public Service Commissloln
requesting that they perform a survey re-
garding the possibility of a flat telephone
fee to Panama City (ex. $.25 per call),
COUNTY-WIDE VOTING r.
Chairman Hammond discussed the meet-'
ing held by the Re-Districting Committee..
He requested that County Attorney Sanders
meet with Attorney William J. Rish,to re-
view the possibilities of changing the cur-
rent system of single-member districts to a
mixture of at-large arid single-member dist
tricts. He also requested that Commission-
er Peters be involved with the discussions
and present her findings to the Board at
their next regular meeting on February 28,
PERSONNEL CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR
Upon motion by Comm. Traylor, second by
Comm. Yeager, and unanimous vote, the
Board agreed to appoint Don Butler as
Chief Administrator, to act as point man *
for the Gulf County Board of Commhission-4
ers. It was noted that there would be no
changes in salaries at this time and that all
department heads would report directly to
AWARD BID #94-95-1 NEW 1/2 TON P/
U (MOSQUITO CONTROL DEPT.)
Upon recomtfiendation by Mosquito Control
Supt. Paul Wood, Comm. Peters motioned
to award bid #94-95-16 for a new 1/2 ton
pickup in the amount of $12,334.00 plus
tag and title for the Mosquito Control De-
partment. Comm. Traylor seconded the rmo-
tion and the motion passed unanimously.
It was noted that payment would be made
from the Recycling and Education Grant
AWARD BID #94-95-1 1995 VAN (WORK
Upon motion by Comm. Traylor, second by
Comm. Yeager, and unanimous vote, the
Board agreed to reject all bids received for
bid #94-95-19 for a 1995 van for the newly
created work crw.
Chairman Hammond requested that the
newly created work crew become elective
February 27, 1995 and for the Work Crew
on the south end of the County to work 8
hour, 5 day work weeks. The Board had no
objections to this request.
There being no further business, and upon
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that W. H. Carr,
the holder of the following Tax Certificate, has filed
said certificate for a tax dceed to be Issited thereon.
The certificate number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the names in
.which it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 355 Year of Issuance 5/31/91
Description of Property:
The Southerly Half of Lot 7, Block 2. the dividing
Line of said Lot 7 running due East and West be-
tween a point 20 feet North of the Southeast Cor-
ner arid 20 feet South6 of the Northwest Comer
theredferand all of Lot. 9, Block 2, of St. Joseph
Shores Subdivision according to the official map
on file in the Office of the C[lerk of Circuit CourtV.
Gulf County, Florida in Plat Book t at Page 36.
Lot 10, Block 2, St Joseph's Shores, according to
the official map thereof on file in the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court, Gulf County, Florida. ALSO
that certain tract of land that lies due East of Lot
10, Block 2 and Lots 2 and 4, Block 3 and between
the East boundary of said Lots and the East boun-
dary line of Lot 8 original in Section 16. Township
7 South. Range 11 West, LESS that part of the
plat or SL Joseph's Shores reserved for St. Jo-
Name in which assesed:
Ei.loga K. hiscarra,. KD.. P.A.
All of said property being in the County of Gulf,
State of Florida.
Urnless such certificate shall be redeemed ac.'
cording to law, thepropery described in such cer-
ulflcate will be sold to the highest bidder at the
front door of the Gull' County Courtho.use at II 00
o'clock. a.m. on Wednesday. the 22nd dat of
Dated this 8th day of February. 1995
BENNY C. LISTER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: /S/ Rebecca L. Norris. Deputy Clerk
4tc. February 16. 23. ard March 2 and 9 1995
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY '
IN RE: :
The Marriage of SHARON HENNING NAIMO. Wile
and NICHOLAS NAIMO. Husband
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: NICHOLAS NAIMO. whose last known address
was 514 3rd Street. Union City. Neu Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an acuon
for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed agunst
you and you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any to it on JANICE COGBURN
SCHEFFER. Attorney for Petitioner, whose address
SIs P. O. Box 1059. Port SL Joe. Florida 32456. and
file the original with the Clerk ol' the above-st led
Counrt on or before the 27th day ol March. 1995.
otherwise, a Judgement may he entered agains
you for the relief demanded in the Peooon
WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court on
the 17th day of February. 1995
BENNY LISTER. CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT. GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
BY: /s/ Tonya Knox. Deputy Clerk
4te, February 23 & March 2, 9 and 16, 1995.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON
ABANDONMENT OF ROAD
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board
of County Commissioners of Gull County, Florida,
at its regular meeting March 28. 1995, at 6:10
p m.. will consider abandoning the interest of the.
county and the public in and to the following de-
scribed land In Gulf County. Florida acquired for
road purposes: .
That portion ol the snxty foot 1601 nrght.of.
way of Jackson Sureet between Madison
Street and Iola Street in the subdivision
known as Oak Grove recorded In Plat
Bo6k I at page 12. public records of Gulf
County. Florida, being the thirty feet 130)
Immediately adjacent to that real property
owned by Howard Whitfield and further
described In that certain Warranty Deed
recorded in Book 133. page 364 In the Of-
ficial Records of Gulf County.
Notice of adoption of the resolution abandoning
the said road right of way will be published one
time in a newspaper of general-rculaUton In Gulf
County. Florida. and the proof of publication of the
notice of hearing, the resolution as adopted, and
the proof of publication of adoption of such resclu-
tion will be recorded In the Pdubllc Records of Gulf
Adopted In open session this 14th day'of
THE -BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
BY: BENNY LISTER. CLERK
Itc, Publish date: March 9, 1995.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Gulf
County Board of County Commissioners proposes
to adopt an ordinance amending Ordinance 92.02
The tISe of said ordinance being as follows-
AN _ORDINANCE AMENDING GULF
COUNTY ORDINANCE 92-02: PROVIDING
FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT
ASSESSMENT. NOTIFICATION AND ERI-.
FICATION AND ESTABLISHING A FEE
FOR REQUIRED SERVICES: PROVIDING
A REPEALER CLAUSE; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE AND SEVERABILI.
Notice is hereby given of the Intent to adopt
this ordinance it a meeting of the Gulf County
Board of County Cotmmissoners at the County
Commissioners' meeting room of the Gulf County
Complex, 1000 Fifth Street Port St. Joe, FL, on
April 11, 1995. at 6:00 p.m.. E.S.T., and to have a
first discussion of the ordinance at its regular
meeting on March 28. 1995 beginning at 6:00
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By: /s/ Michael L. Hammond, Chairman
Attest: /s/ Benny C. Lister, Clerk of Courts
2tc, March 9 and 16, 1995.
SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
SCase No: 95-11
IN RE: The Estate of
LYDA M. ADKINS,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
THE ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of
LYDA M. ADKINS, deceased. File Number 95- i, Is
pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf County, Flor-
ida, Probate Divisori. the address of which Is Gulf
County Courthouse,. 1000 5th Street, Port St. Joe,.
Florida 32456. The name and address of the Per-
sonal Representative and. his attorney are set forth
All interested persons are required to file
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, (1) All
claims against the estate asd (2 any objection by
an interested person on whom notice was served
that challenges the validity of the Will. the qualifi-
cations of the personal Representative, venue or
Jurisdiction of the Court. .
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
DATE of the first publication of this Nouce of
Administration March 2. 1995.
/s/.WILLIAM J. RISH
RISH & GIBSON, P.A.
303 4th Street
P. 0. Box 39
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
FL BAR NO. 0066806
/s/ GEORGE CHRISTOPHINE ADKINS
205 Tollgate Trail
Longwood. FL 32750
2tc, March 2 and 9, 1995.
motion by Comm. Traylor. second by
Comm. Yeagecr, and unanimous vote, the
meeting did then adtiourn .at 8:18 p.n.,
MICIHAEL L. HAMMOND, CHAIRMAN
Benny C. Lister, Clerk
THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. MARCH 9, 1995 PAGE 5B
BIG BOAT AUCTION!
Limited consignment space
available, so sign up
early to sell
Col. 'Wade 'nd aPauna C(ar(k
Bus. Lic., #AB001239
Auc. Lic. #AU 1737
Auc. Lic. #AU 1743 Itc 3/9
93 Toyota Tercel, 2 dr., stand. trans.,
21,800 miles. For more information
call 227-2030. If ,no answer leave
name & number, we will return the
call. Itp 3/9
1989 Ford Escort, 2 dr., red w/gray
interior, auto. & cold a/c, nice car,
Oakley's Cars located on comer Madi-
son St. & 2nd Ave. Oak Grove. or call
227-1294. tfc 3/9
1987 Chevrolet Celebrity, 4 dr., silver,
76,000 miles, 2.8 V6 motor, cold a/c,
looks and runs great Oakley's Cars
located on comer Madison St & 2nd
Ave., Oak Grove. or call 227-1294.
1976 Monte Carlo, good shape, 639-
1976 Mercury Comet, $575. 227-
1289 2tc 3/9
ATTENTION, we buy junk cars. Top
dollar paid. Call day 639-5175, night
639-2613. 2tp 3/2
CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and out-
of-state vehicles. Two locations to
serve you. Mayhann Motor,. Port St
Joe, 229-6584. Mayhann Used Cars,
Wewahitchka, 639-5810. tfc 1/5
Sunfish sailboat and trailer, all in
good condition, sail like new, $750.
229-6383 evenings or see March 11
at yard sale, Indian Pass. Itc 3/9
STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE,
White City, anytime, 827-2902.
1983 13'6" Boston Whaler Sport with
35 hp Evinrude outboard motor,
Evinrude trolling motor. Humming-
bird fishfinder, life jackets, Harding'
trailer, $2,900. 229-6338 after 5:00
Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & re-
frig., cen. h&a, screen porch, car-
port & laundry trnm.
Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove
& refrig.. washer/dryer hook-up.
New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside'laundry rm, ch&a, dish,
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat &
air, washer/dryer hook-up.
One bedroom apartment, washer/
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
Warehouses, small and large, some
with office, suitable for, small busi-
ness, 229-6200. tfc 3/2
No need for wet carpets. Dry clean
them with HOST. Use rooms right
away. Rent machine. St. Joe Furni-
ture, 227-1251. thru 12/94
For Rent: Reasonable, 2 bedroom mo-
bile home. Two streets from beach,
Beacon Hill. Call 647-3402.
2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, 400' off Gulf.
$475 month. Deposit required. 647-
3461 evenings. tfc3/2
The Phantry Hotel, Rooms Private
baths. Daily or weekly rates. 302 Reid
Ave. Port St. Joe, 229-9000. tfc 3/2
Trailer for rent, available March 16. 2
bedroom, completely redone, unfur-
nished, two air conditioners. 648-
5033,:' 2t 3/9,
Furnished trailer, one bedroom, sleep-
er sofa, liv. rm., microwave, TV, wash-
er/dryer, just remodeled. Clean. 648-
4170. 2tc 3/9
For Sale or Rent, $275 month, 14'x70'
mobile home at Lands Landing, 227-
1313. tfc 3/9 '
MOSS CREEK APTS., 904/639-
2722. 1 & 2 bedroom apartments lo-
cated 200 Amy Circle, Wewahitchka,
FL. Rent starts at $275. Cen. air &
heat, blinds, carpeting, stove, refrig.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Hearing
impaired number 904-472-3952.
For Rent: 3 bedroom furnished trailer.
at Highland View. Call 227-1260.
2 bedroom, I ba. furnished trailer at
St. Joe Beach, $325 month, $225 se-
curity deposit, week-or, monthly ren- '
tal. Call 647-5327. tfc 3/2 '
Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tapper
Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable hous-
ing for the elderly and the handi-
capped. .. ,"
Cen. h &a, laundry facilities, energy
efficient const., handicapped equip-'
ped apts., available. Stove & refrig:.
fum.. fully carpeted, I bdrm., apts.,
Equal Opportunity Housing Com-
plex. Rent is based on income.
This complex Is funded by the Farm-
ers Home Administration and man-
aged by Advisors Realty.
Call 229-6353 for more information.
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
PINE RIDGE APTS., (904) 227-7451.
Rents starting at $245.00 per mo. Af-
fordable Living for low to middle in-
come families. Featuring 1, 2 & 3
bedroom apts., with ceri. h&a, energy
saving appliances, patios ,& outside'
storage. For hearing impaired call
(904) 472-3952. Equal Housing Op-
portunity tfic 3/2
Apartment for rent, 2
bedroom, 1 bath,i ch&a,
carpet, d/w, ceiling fan.
Call Kenny, 227-7241 or
... ,. .. .. tfc'3/2 :
2 bedroom, 1 bath mobile home in
Highland View. $250. per month, $150
deposit. No pets. 647-3264.
Yard Sale: March 10, Friday only, 8
c.s.t. 12 noon. Baby clothes, tools,
household things, clothes, lots of
stuff. Comer 5th St. & Cathey Lane,
Mexico Beach. Itp 3/9
Garage Sale: Saturday, 1123 Garrison
Avenue. Books, furniture, clothes,
Saturday, 8 a.m. 12 noon. ltc 3/9
House and Yard Sale, Friday and Sat-
urday, 8 a.m. until, 105 Walnut Ave.,
Wewahitchka. Furniture and lots of
misc. Itp 3/9
Yard Sale: March 11, 8 till noon, 113
GulfdSt. Adult and kids clothes, gun
cabinet, refrigerator, liv. room suite,
beds, toys, etc. Itp 3/9
Moving Sale: Saturday, March 11, at
8:00 a.m. Furniture, water bed, mi-
crowave, hot tub & miscellaneous
items. Come by or call. 526 9th St.,
Port St. Joe. 229-8560. Itp 3/9
Large Multi-family Yard Sale, Satur-
:day, Mar. 11. No sales before 9 am.,'
Oak St., Indian Pass. Follow signs
from C-30. Sunfish sail boat with
trailer, many quality items. Rain or
shine, cancelled if deluge. ltp'3/9
Yard Sale: 7208 Hwy. 98, St. Joe
Beach. Saturday, March 11 8 a.m. -
two p.m. ltc 3/9
Inside Porch Sale: corner Mississippi
and Florida Ave,, between 5th & 6th
St., Mexico Beach. Saturday, March
S11, from 8 a.m. till 1:00 p.m. EST.
Garage Sale: Gigantic PSJ Lions Club
sale starting 8:00 am March 18, at
the Centennial Building. Over 30 ta-
bles to choose from Help the Lions
help you with their charitable pro-
U SAW IT IN THE STAR
bocal churcn necuds a ucpue ,_ iov-
ing adult for child care, birth through
3 on Sunday. References required.
Call 229-8785 after 4 p.m. 3tc 2/23
Cosmetologist wanted. Rental space
available. Call 639-2677, 8:00 5:00
CST. 4tp 2/16
Top of the Gulf Restaurant needs ex-
perien6ed cooks. Apply in person after
3 p.m. CST. Serious inquiries only.
Due to shutdown we have lost some
help. Versatile person with excellent
mechanical ability to work in Port St.
Joe over 40 hours available. :Pat, 912-
432-9316. tfc 3/2
Part-time people for some evening and
weekend work in Port St. Joe, 912-
432-9316. tfc 3/2
The Gulf County School Board is an-
nouncing a job opening for a School
Psychologist. The position will be for
Port St. Joe area schools. Applica-
tions are.e available at the School
Board office, Gulf County School
Board is an equal opportunity em-
ployer. f f 3/2
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 3/2.
CNA's needed for all shifts. Training
available. Apply in person at Bay St.
Joseph Care Center, 220 Ninth St.,
Port St. Joe. tfc 3/2
POSTAL JOBS, Port St Joe area.
$12.68/hr to start, plus benefits. Car-
riers, sorters, clerks, maintenance.
For an application and exam informa-
tion call 1-800-819-5916, ext. 77. 9
a.m. 9 p.m. 7 days. 2tp 3/2
LOOKING fo mature individual to as-
sist Regional Vice President of Primer-
lea Financial Services. Take, charge
: .and manage a portion of our multi-
faceted business. We offer high com-
mission income potential,- flexible.
hours, many other pluses. Could start
part( time. For interview, call today.
648-8565. 4tc 3/9
Experienced Nail Technician needed
for first and only salon on St. George
Island. Super location. Don't miss
this opportunity Call 904-927-2604.
ask for Connie, tfc 3/23.
FO ETFRRETIHL AN
Wewa Serenity Group, Presbyterian
Church, Hwy. 71, Al Anon meets
Monday at 7:00. AA meets Monday
and Thursday at -7:00.
Port St Joe Lodge No. 11
Reg. Stated Communication
1st and 3rd Thursday of each
month, 8:00 p.m., Masonic Hall,
214 Reid Ave.
Marlen Taylor, W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec.
pd. thru 95
Faye's Nail &
TOTAL NAIL CARE
Certified Nail Technician
1905 Long Ave., Port St. Joe .
Wolff Tanning System Call for Appt.
Full Time & After School
Call Lynne at 229-6727
JOHN F. LAW
29 Years Experience
NO RECOVERY-**NO FEE
7229 Deerhaven Road, P.C. S,2/2
TLC LAWN SERVICE
"Catering to All Your Lawn Service Needs"
MOWING, EDGING; TRIMMING,-SPRAYING,
FERTILIZING, WEEDING, CLEAN OUTS,
SPRINKLER REPAIR, AND LANDSCAPING
Call 229-6435 o tc 2/2
COSTIN INSURANCE AGENCY
All Forms of Insurance,
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Saveway Cfeaning Service
Offices Houses ** Churches, etc.
We Do Spring Cleaning
Le Ion IBing
7:00 p m. Cash Prizes
Early bird 5:00 p.m.
Meetings 1st Monday of each
month, 8:00 p.m.
1st & 3rd Tfhurs.
All 7Tpe Electrical Work
24 Hr. Service
LIC. mER0013168 INSURED
C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work, dozer work, root
rake, front-end loader, lot clearing,
septic tanks, drain fields, fill dirt.
Rt. 2, Box A1C, Port St. Joe
BOB'S PAINT &
29 Continuous Years of
Automotive Body Repair
Body & Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Body Work
Call or See BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-7229
INCOME TAX RETURNS
Prepared at Affordable Cost at Your Convenience. Most re-
turns $25.0 Also available Quick Return filing.
For Evening & Weekend Appointments call
Scott Renshaw Accountant 227-1606 2tp 3/2
LI.C # RF0051042 1
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
INSTALLATION OI WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 904/229-6821
Surfslde Serenity Group. 1st United
Methodist Church. 22nd SL, Mexico
Beach. Monday 7:30; Friday 7:30.
All times central. 647-8054.
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Meeting: Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.
Sunday 4:00 p.m. &
Thurs., 8:00 p.m. *
Tues. & Thurs. meetings at 1st United
Methodist Church, PSJ
Sunday meetings at Big Barn
. Christian woman to do cleaning.
Residential or commercial. Excellent
references available. Call day or night,
229-9091 or 227-7311. 2tp 3/9
Spring Specials- four Seasons
.Painting, Free estimates. Pressure
,Washing, Painting, Re-Screening, Re-
pair Work. Call 648-5029.
, Troy/built, Snapper, John Deere, Ku-
I bota, Stihl, Hsquarvna. Sales and
I Service. 1-800-834-6744.
CATHERINE L. COLLIER
211 Allen Memorial Way Port St. Joe
at the beaches
Call 647-5634 for
an appointment 9tp 2/2
5x10 10x10 10x2Q
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT
St. Joe Rent-All
FIrst St. ., 227-2112
St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
706 First Street
Port St. Joe 227-2112
Tapes CD's Airbrush
Up to Date Releases
106 Reid Avenue
THE FASHION EXCHANGE
220 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
New & Used Clothing
for the Entire Family.
Accessories and Misc. Items. tf~ Z
Tax Returns A Specialty
224 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
A Gift Shop for
CHILDREN of al, Ages
Books Toys etc.
My Very Own Book
528 6th St. Phone 227-1636
LAWN & GARDEN
Smill Engine Repair
Lawn Mowers F"
Weed Eaters '-.
Chain Saws i
*" Generators 't
328 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
Advertising Pays_ Call 227-1278 or 229-8997
to Place Your Classified Ad Today!
Homebaked goods, inade to order,
cakes cookies cheese cake car-
rot cake. Excellent. Call to order,
Tina, 648-4564. 4tc 2/16
MOWING RAKING WEEDING
EDGING TRIMMING .-
Serving Mexico Beach, St. Joe
Beach & Port. St. Joe
"I Will Work for YOU!"
Mexico Beach, FL *
Lc,. #5455 pd, Feb.
STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All Types Roofing
30 years experience
Lic. #RB0030039, RC 0038936
"Where Quality Is Higher
for Any Occasion
Commercial Portrait Wedding.,
For Details Call
KEN HORNE Photographer
229-8722 c 12/2
Cuts, Color, Frosting, Perms
Betty's Beauty Salon
"A Family Salon"
311 Madison St. Betty Heath
Oak Grove Owner/Mgr.
| St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
Small Engine Repairs
Factory Warranty Center
706 1st St.-St. Joe
LO M-M mM
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
Business and Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service
FRANK J. SEIFERT
- :Accounting and Income Tax Service
Telephone 410 Long Ave.
Office (904) 229-9292 P. 0. Box 60.
Home (904) M27-3220 t c 1/5 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
FOSTER TREE &
No Job Too Big ....
.... Or Too Small
FREE ESTIMATES *
Licensed & Insured 904/639-5368
i, P thru 12/
TRADES and SERVICES
Arizona Chemical will be accepting
applications for entry level opening at
the Job and Benefits Center, 206
Monument Avenue, on March 9th,
10th, 13th and 14th only. Applicants
must sign up to take the GATB test at
the Job and Benefits Center in Port
St. Joe. EOE., M/F/D/V Itc 3/9
RITE AID CORP., now operating over
2500 stores in 23 states is currently
looking to hire responsible hard-
working individuals to fill Manager,
Assistant Manager and Trainee posi-
At RITE AID you will receive an at-
tractive salary along with fully com-
prehensive company subsidized bene-
fits package. ..
If you are looking for a change and
are interested in a retail management
career, we encourage you to send a
resume or call to set up an interview
Rite Aid Division Office
495 Broad St., August, GA 30901,
Alt.: Personnel Director (706) 724-
5482. E.O.E.. M/F 2tc 3/9
Bartender, :day or night No phone
calls. Apply in person Marie's Corner
Bar, Wewa, Hwy. 71 & 386. 2tc 3/9
Diesel Mechanic. Experienced Diesel
mechanics to work on heavy/medium
duty trucks. Excellent wages. insu-
rance, retirement plan, training, per-
formance bonuses plus other benefits.
ASE certification preferred but not re-
'quired. Contact Gene at Tallahassee
Mack, 904-575-8655 A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE. tfc 3/2
Wellsprings Home Health Care ac-
cepting applications for kthe Port St
Joe ahd Wewa area. 904-653-8870.
Front office clerk for motel; Apply in
person, El Governor Motel, Mexico
Beach. 9 a.m. 4 p.m. CST.
Experienced cook needed at Julie's on
Reid. Flexible hours. Apply in person
at 222 Reid Ave. tic 3/23
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PAYS
Call 227-1278 to place yours. $3.50
for first insertion, $2.00 a week for
consecutive runs,: plus 54 per word
for all over 20. ,
PAGE 6B THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. MARCH 9, 1995
FOUND: Female black dog part cocker
spaniel. Free to good home if not
claimed. Call 227-7599. Itc 3/9
Utility trailer 4x8x4,, $290. Water
cooler, $75. 6' inflatable raft, $25.
Call 648-3029. Itp 3/9
Queen size water bed w/heater and
queen size bed for sale, $100 for each.
Call 227-2030 for more information.
'92 utility trailer, 1 7/8" hitch 4"x6"
$225 obo. Aluminum Jon boat $75
obo. Braun Espresso/Cappicino ma-
chine used 2 times. $50. Various
power tools, (904) 827-2920, leave
message. ltc 3/9
Because We're Moving You Can Save
$$$. One Whirlpool 23,000 btu win-
dow unit air cond., like new, $400 or
make offer King size waterbed, semi-
waveless, less headboard, $35. In-
cludes heater. Wizard electric range.
oven works, $10. Call 229-6827.
For Sale or Trade: Large satellite dish
with two decoders and all boxes, wir-
ing, etc. Dish turns electrically. $450
or trade for riding lawn mower. 227-
7206, call after 6:30 p.m. ltp 3/9
New oak clina cabinet. $75. Slightly
used CSA Alpine tracker $150. mauve
recliner, $50. 647-8726. 2tc 3/9,
Kenmore refrigerator 20 cu. ft., with
icemaker, almond like new, $450.
648-4447, leave message. Itc 3/9
Electric stove. Call 229-8168.
Hoble Cat 16' with trailer and Cat
Walker, $1,200. Honda Scooter w/
2,000 miles, model Elite LX, $750.
Nearly new hide-a-bed, blue-gray
muted stripe, $200. Call 648-3029.
Murray 30" cut riding mower, $135.
New Cozy Leizure-Pedic electric ad-
justable bed (twin), easy rolling cast-
ers, also massage unit $800. Four
good hub caps for 1949-50 Silver-
streak Pontiac, $40. Sears top car
carrier (fits on most cars) $30. New
electric scooter (Pace Saver) never out
in weather, cost new $4,000. will sell
for $3,000. For more information call
229-6858. 2tp 3/9
One 25 hp elec. start Evinrude out-
board $300; one 18 hp Johnson out-
board, $200. Both in good condition.
One loveseat and twin bed combo.
$20. Call 227-1356. 2tp,3/2
Mushroom Compost. $15 yard. any-
time. 648-5165. eow -2/9-3/23
Plants, apples. pears. plum. peach.
*. pomegranate. pecan. persimmon.
scuppernong. blueberry, fig, flowering
S peach, Bradford pear, camellias. dog-
wood, red, pink and white.. Granny
gir-eybeard. Japanese magnolia, cold
tolerant citrus, althea, honeysuckle,
crepe myrtle, etc. Drive a little, save a
lotl Mac's Nursery, Kinard, 639-5176.
Port St. Joe Western Auto now hon-
oriig entire Panama City Western
Auto company store advertised sale
prices. 227-1105. 219 Reid Ave.
Port SL Joe Western Auto now honor-
ing Panama City Western Auto Co.
store advertised tire sale prices. Com-
puterized WH EEL ALIGNMENT. Sears:
Card now at Port SL Joe Western
Auto. Discover TOO! 227-1 105.
Western Auto Special. Computer spin
balance 4 tires and tire rotation.'
$19.95. 227-1105. tfc 3/2
* FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
Postage anid 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 A'e. 227-1105.
G-5 satellite dish, 6 foot, like new.
complete w/receiver & pretty tan &
white umbrella to cover dish. $1,000.,
Call 229-6324 or 229-8674. tfc 3/9
What's So Different about the Happy
Jack 3-X Flea Collar? It works!!! Con-
tains no synthetic pyrethroids. For
dogs & catsl B & B Feed & Seed, 639-
5488. 6tc 3/2
Hate to Board Your Best Friend. Care
in your home low as $8.00 a day by
Joe and Marie Romanelll. Call Pet &
Property Tenders, fully insured, 1-
904-229-1065. tfc 3/2
Howard Creek, 1/2 acre with 2 bed-
room trailer, Ig. screened porch &
more, 827-6019, tfc 3/9
Handyman Special, $37,000. 4 bdrm.,
2 ba. high ceiling in LR, triple lot w/
garden spot. 2 Ig. oak trees, screened
patio, front deck, Ig. shed, fenced yd,
needs work. Drive by 606 Maddox St.,
Oak Grove. Serious inquiries call 227-
3627 or 227-3539, ask forVickl.
Brick home for sale by owner, 3
bdrm., 2 ba., 1950 sq. ft., Ig. comer
lot, excel, location. Renovated 92,
many extras. Outside storage, boat
house, call 227-1271 for appt.
Lai-ge 1/2 acre + mobile home lots for
sale on private road, near Port St. Joe
High School. Owner financing, easy
terms. Call Leonard Costin, 647-
8317. 4to 2/23
1/2 acre lot for sale at Jones Home-
stead, septic tank, well, 10'x30' con-
crete dog pen. $13,000. Call 227-
1309 between 5:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
House for Sale; 4 bdrm., 2 ba. on 2
acres, Myers Rd., off Hwy. 71, Wewa.
Go to end of road, Victorian style
home. $600 down, no closing costs,
no points, no payments for 45 days.
Call 1-800-283-3930. Itc 3/9
Howard Creek: 1/2 acre with 2 bdrm.
trailer with roof over Partially com-
pleted, 700 sq. ft. addition. 827-6019.
12'x70' mobile home on two 75'x125'
lots at St. Joe'Beach. In second block
from the beach on Coronado St.
$39,000 or one lot and mobile home
for $26,00 or one lot for "$16,000.
229-6338 after 5:00 p.m.
For Sale or Trade: Nice 2 story 3
bdrm. brick home, in Port St. Joe on
Gautier Memorial Lane. Will sell or
trade for water front beach house or
townhouse. Owner will finance part.
229-8919. tfc 3/9
Home for Sale by Owner. Spacious 3
bdrm., 2 ba. cen. h&a brick home on
3 acres with barn. On paved dead end
street in Stone Mill Creek. 639-5347
or 639-5115. 2tc 3/9
2 acres on paved dead end street in
Stone Mill' Creek, great home site,
639-5347 or 639-5115, 2tc3/9
Howard Creek, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. 1985'
24x44, 1/2 acre, backyard, chain link
fence, 8x8 front deck w/10x20 screen
porch. 12'xl2' back deck, Also 22x22
open shed. 200' deep well, : asking
$32,000. Call 827-1505 after 6 p.m.
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 3/2
Lot 18 in Creekwood 1st addition
along Hwy. 386, 1/2 acre lot more or.
less, with approved septic system,
$9,000. Free boat launch on Wetappo
Creek. Will consider contract width low
or no down payment. -
Contact Dick Arnott, 904-648-8037 ,
or 219-866-8140 or Corky Barker,
904-648-8125. 3tp 2/23
2 bedroom, 1 ba. house for sale, 1/2
acre corner lot, located north of Over-
street. For more information please
call 648-8686; tfc 3/2
429 Gulf, St. Joe Beach, 175'x75' lot
with mobile home, septic tank and
hooked up to pity water. Call for infor-
mation, 904-265-3577 or 904-871-
2409. 4tp 2/16
"Handyman Special", 3: bdrm., 2
bath shell house, .beautiful 1/2 acre. "
C-30 south Cape San Bias area. Rea-
sonably priced. Financing available.
Home for Sale: 1408 Long Ave. 3
bdrm., 1 ba.,. Ig. liv., dining, large
den, ceramic tile bath &'dining new
roof, sprinkler system front lawn,
York central air & heat 2 yrs. old, liv-
ing, dining & bath, recently remod-
eled, refrig. & stove 2 years old. By
appt only, call 229-8964 after 5:30.-
/ tfe 3/2,
3 bdrm., 2 ba. home on corner lot.
Nice neighborhood, convenient to
schools. Approx. 1,500 sq. ft. ch&a,
fp, privacy fence, sprinkler system,
work shop, $79,500. 503 22nd St.
227-7377. 2tp 2/23
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. tfc 3/2
Owner financing. High and dry, 5 acre
homesite, 240 ft. well, septic, work-
shop, 1 1/2 mile N. Dead Lakes Pk,
647-3581. tfc 3/2
Spacious 3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick home
on corner of Sunset Circle & 20th St.
Lot and a half in excellent neighbor-
hood. Fornial din. rm., foyer, Ig. eat-in
kitchen w/roomy pantry, great room
w/fp &. entertainment, center, big
master bdrm., & separate bath &
walk in closet, approx. 1700 sq. ft. of
living space. 2 car garage. Huge yd.
,' w/wired workshop. Automatic sprink-
ler system & much more. $108,000.
Call. Frank D. or Carla May at 227-
2008. tfc 3/2
Find this guy-> ,
somewhere in this
and Garage Sale
The Port St. Joe Lion's Club
announces its gigantic annual
" garage and white elephant sale.
The event of the year will take
place on Saturday, March 18 at
the Centennial Building. Come
rain or shine, the sale will start at
Proceeds will help the Lions
continue their civic programs
throughout Gulf County. Please
call Lion Jim at 229-8498 or Lion
Steve at 229-8360, if you have
Owe Florida Intangible Tax?
Do you own stocks or bonds? get hit with extra charges, but if
Money market funds or mutual you pay early, you get a tax
funds? If, so, you may owe the break.
Florida intangible tax on those For more information, call the
assets. If you don't pay the intan- Florida Department of Revenue
gible tax by June 30, you could service center at (904) 872-4165.
Fantasy Properties, Inc.
1200 U.S. Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478
Mexico Beach, Pier Rd., 37th St. Nice 2 bdrm., 2 bath town-
house, not on rental program. All appliances included with some
furniture. Very popular neighborhood. $67,000.
St. Joe Beach 6311 Alabama & Pine Nice 3 bdrm., 1 1/2 ba.,
on large 150x150 ft. lot. Includes washer/dryer, stove & refrigera-
tor. Nice porch, garage, fenced yd., electric garage door opener,
and water heater lots of storage space including utility shed. Own-
er moving. Priced to sell at $54,900.
Overstreet Pleasant Rest Cemetery Rd. 412 Raven Rd., Want
to be away from it and still have neighbors?.This is it! Approx. 12
miles to Mexico Beach. 2 bdrm., 2 ba., ch/a, elec. kitchen, chain
link fenced, detached 2 car garage w/attached 1 bdrm., 1 ba.,
electric, kitchen, ch/a. Boat shed with storage, storage shed. 1.5
acres m/I. $119,000. ,
Mexico Beach Robin Lane Lot 9, Block 3, Unit 17. Nice residen-
tial neighborhood. $11,500. -
St. Joe Beach 14C Bay St. Nice 3 bdrm., I ba. frame home on
a nice lot in a secluded neighborhood. House has Ig. screened
porch and a 14'x24' auxiliary building. Priced to sell at $69,900.
Cape San Bias waterfront. Cape Dunes Subd., lavishly decorat-
ed executive home on cement pilings, never rented. 4/5 bdrm., 4
ba. One,of a kind. $250,000. Reduced to $225.000.
Gulfaire Sub., Lot 17, Block C. $19,700. Priced to sell at
Overstreet Canal front home. Lg. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. home on ap-
prox. 4 acres with.225 ft. on the canal. $150,000. Priced to sell
JOHN M. DELORME, Realtor ELLEN F. ALLEMORE, Realtor
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