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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1995
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456,. THURSDAY, APRIL 6,1995


Ward Ridge Sewer Has



$650,000 Price Tag On It

Study Initiated On Project to Take Advantage of
Low Interest Funds Made Available to City


Flood Insurance
Rates Reduced


Plans for Walking
Track In North SJ
The City Commission of Port
St. Joe Is taking a serious look at
Installing a sewer system for
Ward Ridge. Bill Kennedy of
Preble-Rish, Inc.. an engineering
consulting firm, reported to the
Board at their last meeting in
March that some low interest
money was available for such a
project and was asked to present
an estimatee on the cost of the
sewer plan at the April meeting.
Kennedy told the commis-
.sioners Tuesday night that the
projected cost of the project was
'" -, $650.000. noting that should the
Board decide to proceed with the
loan application, it would be nec-
essay to have the engineering
work complete by June Ist In or-
der to comply with the time frame
window of the application guide-
lines.
Frank Pate Park on the shores of St.Joseph Bay. Mayor Frank Pate recom-
mended the Board set up a work-
shop as soon as they could to fur-
ther study the project.
ParkWH be Dedicated The sewage needs of Ward
Ridge are currently being met
through the use of septic tanks
Honor of Mayor Pate Friday by residents. A small portion of
o currently connected to the city's
sewage system.
General:,,:,-Should the sewer system ,be-
WaIl Ridge would be tied in with
The city of Port St. Joe will dedicate its NAMED FOR LONG-TIVIME MAYOR the 'rest of the City of Port St.
newest park tomorrow afternoon at 5:30 p.m. The new park will be officially named Joe's sewage system and treated
The dedication was originallUy scheduled for Frank Pate Park. as a tribute to the city's at the Wastewater Treatment
this afternoon [Thursday] but a forecast of Mayor for the past 24 years. Pate has been in- Plant bn Industrial Road.


rain has forced the dedication team to sched-
ule the short ceremony for Friday, instead.
The park, located in a beautiful setting on
the shores of St. Joseph Bay, is located at the
intersection of Fifth Street and BaltzeU Ave-
nue. Built with financing from a state parks
grant of approximately $80,000, the developed
park features a lighted tennis court, picnic
centers, complete with a cooking grill for each
of the centers, a paved walking track, chil-'
dren's playground equipment, covered pavil-
ion and rest room facilities.


strumental for many major changes over the ,
past 24 years, all of which have been benefi-.,
clal to its citizens.
Pate has faced opposition less, than a half
dozen times during his long tenure in office.
The dedication ceremony Friday afternoon
Is open to the general public, inviting them to
come and inspect the new park along with its
facilities. The ceremony will be very brief in
duration.
Refreshments will be served immediately
following the dedication ceremony.


GCEC Annual Meeting Saturday


In what has been a tradition,
for the past 46 years, Gulf Coast
Electric. Cooperative will hold its.
47th annual meeting this Satur-
day at the rural electric's compa-
ny's main office on Highway 22 in
Wewahitchka.
Registration will begin at 8:30


a.m. CDT, with entertainment
provided throughout the day by
The Cann Brothers, a well-known
local gospel group. Members of
the electric cooperative are efn-
couraged to bring their lawn
chairs and make a day of it at the
the annual meeting, enjoy the-
food and listen to professional en-


County Declares War

On Blood-Suckers
Every year for about an eight month span between April
and November, mosquito arid man are at odds with each oth-
er in Gulf County. This year has already proven to be no ex-
ception as unseasonably wet weather has produced a bump-
er crop of the blood-sucking critters.
Gulf County's Mosquito Control Director, Paul Wood,
told The Star that the county started their annual spraying
program Monday night to help in controlling the mosquito
population. He said county crews would be spraying five
nights a week, covering the entire county twice a week, alter-
ing their spraying schedule throughout the season, accord-
ing to the weather and mosquito population.
According to Wood, traps have been set in areas around
to county to get a count on the mosquito population and
measure the effectiveness of the spraying process. Trapped
mosquitos are then sent off to be tested for St. Louis enceph-
alitis, and Eastern Equine encephalitis to insure that no dis-
ease carrying insects are lurking about in Gulf County.
Within the next few weeks the Mosquito Control Depart-
ment will be putting two new spraying and trucks into ser-
vice which were recently purchased by the county to upgrade
their mosquito control equipment.


tertainment.
The annual business report
and points of interest will be pre-
sented by Cooperative officials. A
door prize will be given to each
member attending, and 40 prizes
with a grand prize of a TV/VCR
combination will be given away
during the day.


City Qualifies for 5% Reduction
in Flood Insurance Cost
Verification has been received
From the Federal Emergency Man-
agement Agency that the City's
application for reclassificaton for
flood insurance had been ,ap-
proved. Mayor Pate said the city
went from a class 10 to a class
nine rating under the National
Flood Insurance rating program.
which should reflect a 5% reduc-
tion in flood Insurance costs.
In applying for the reclassifi-
cation through FEMA the City
had to meet the criteria spelled
out through the process. This in-
cluded such things, as, drainage
ditch and storm water drainage
maintenance and providing infor-
mation to the public concerning
flood prone areas.
The 5% reduction is good for
five years before the City must go
through the application process
again.
a Walking Track
Plans for a proposed walking
track to be located in North Port


Mosquito Control SuperintendentPaul Wood checks over the
apparatus used in the mosquito spraying program.


St. Joe continue to push forward.
Commissioner Johnny Linton had
asked the 'Board to -consider.
building a track for residents of
the community in last month's.
meeting. .-..
County Commissioner Na-
than Peters, Jr. told the Board
that he and Linton had measured
off an area between Peters Street
and Kenney Street, in the vicinity
of the Washington Recreation
complex, six-tenths of a mile long
that would suffice as a location
for the walking path.
The Board asked Public
Works Superintendent, Frank
Healey to evaluate the proposed.
area to determine what site prep-


aratlons would be necessary to
asphalt a track in the suggested
location.
In Other Business
*Approved, Police Chief
Bucky Richter's request to adver-
ULse for the purchase of a new pa-
trol car to be funded by the City's
anti-drug abuse grant.
Bill Kennedy, Preble-Rish,
Inc. told the Board the 911 map-
ping project for the city should be
completed within a week.
'Commissioner Charles
Tharpe suggested the city make
artificial fishing reef locations and
- loran readings available to the
public at city hall.


Workmen prepare to reroute traffic on Fifth Street to only two
lanes of traffic.


Work Started On


5th St. Renovation

Traffic will Re-Routed On East End In
Preparation for Some Major Changes


Signs of the resurfacing of
Highway 71' became real appar-
enrt for the users of the highway
Tuesday, when a section of the
four lane road was closed off and
detoured.
The south lane was barricad-
ed to through traffic and routed
onto the north lane which will
temporarily be used for two-way
traffic from Garrison, Avenue
south to the intersection at
Chicken House Branch.
A spokesman for C. W. Rob-
erts Construction Company told
The Star that the company's con-
tract calls for the replacement of
storm water drainage crossing
Highway 71 Just south of Garri-
son Avenue, forcing the closure of
the highway while the firm does
the work. A concrete barrier was
placed in the middle of the north
bound lane of the highway Tues-
day morning, along with warning
lights and signs to direct the flow
of traffic.
When work is completed on
the south bound lane of Highway
71, the north bound lane will be
closed nd routed in the same
manner while the drainage pipes


are replaced on that section of
the four lane highway.
The road work is only part of
a Department of Transportation
resurfacing contract awarded to
C. W. Roberts Construction Co.,
calling for the resurfacing of sev-
eral miles of Highway 71 from
just south of the White City
bridge to Chicken House Branch
ins ide the city limits of Port St.
Joe.

Local Burglary
Suspect Nabbed
Gulf County Sheriffs depu-
ties and Port St. Joe Police offi-
cers nabbed a Port St. Joe man
early in the morning, March 30
allegedly in the act of burglarizing
a business in the Cape San Bias
area of Gulf County.
Arrested and charged with
four counts of burglary was 36-
year old John Jimmy Nichols.
Nichols, whd had been residing in
Port St. Joe, as well as Panama
City, was arrested around I a.m.
Thursday morning when Deputy
(See BURGLARY on Page 3)


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THE STAR

PAGE TWO THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1995


It's Due Him
HOLD THE PHONEI Wait just a ding-dang minute Governor
Chiles! We think you are just a little bit off base here. Your pro-
posal to withdraw Al Harrison's pension is a slightly drastic
move, don't you think? We understand you are piqued by him.
We understand that you thought he had committed offenses
which were bad enough to have him removed from office at least
until it can be decided through the legal system whether or not
he is guilty. We also understand that legal procedure is still in
progress!
Just because he was the sheriff of a county is no reason to
treat him and his constitutional rights any differently than the
dope dealer on the corner, nor the murderer of his kin folks, or
the thief who would break into a person's personal property or
possessions and rob him. The United States government is being
more careful of the rights of the slime-ball who blew up the
World Trade Center in New York City than you are of Harrison's
rights.
THE MAN HAS a right to his pension. He worked 'for the
State of Florida for many years before he was ever sheriff. He
worked for many years as sheriff without a complaint against his
record. .
He earned that pension, fair and square.
Suppose, Governor, that the Legislature took your pension
from you, simply because you entered your position without tell-
ing the people you were under the influence of a drug called 'Pro-
zac'? Wouldn't that be operating under false pretenses?
THE FAMILY OF Al Harrison will need this pension to carry
on their lives. We're sure your family is depending on your pen-
sion to ensure their future, just as the families everywhere are
doing. So really, you are hurting them; not him. What did they do
to you or anyone? Nothing!
We think the majority of our county residents feel very
strongly about this. ,Many of them work for industry and they
are depending on their pension in their later years. As a matter
of fact, they are assured of receiving that pension, no matter
what they might do or simply be accused of doing, after a certain
amount of time has passed. Harrison has more than that
amount of time in service to the state of Florida as a Highway
Trooper., alone!
Florida owes it to the man. We feel you are out of line to try
to take it away from him.


We've Lost A Booster
GULF COUNTY LOST AN avid booster when Harland Prid-
geon died last week. Harland was unique in that he thought
about what his actions in his office would do for or to Gulf
County or to individual people in the county before he made a
decision, a change in office procedure, a purchase, or a rule to
be followed. He always moved in favor of the county and its peo-
ple. He was,a friend to everybody.
Gulf ,County has had a history of having friends in our
county officials' positions. They may have lacked some of the ex-
"pertise such offices.called for, but they, almost every one of
them, had the welfare of the people foremost in every decision
they made.
HARLAND MADE IT A practice to treat everyone the same.
He had a reputation which- most people would envy. He never
- met a stranger. If he did, that person didn't remain a stranger
for very long. The object of Harland's new-found friendship knew
it, tool
You couldn't be an enemy of Harland Pridgeon because that
booming voice and laugh would soon wear you down. Harland
had no time for disliking anyone. You could disagree with him
'and he would still consider you a friend. He allowed everyone
around him to have their own opinion about anything. He sort of
figured that was everyone's privilege; to think as they wished.
AS MUCH AS HARLAND loved the Dead Lakes, he didn't
have hard feelings against anyone who did not share his convic-
tions about what was best for them, just so long as your beliefs
were not tainted with selfishness.
When the dam was removed to improve the integrity of the
waters there, this writer was sympathetic to the reasons for re-
mnoval; Harland was not.
Harland invested' one of his valuable afternoons to give this
writer a tour of the Lakes; a tour which was one of the most en-
joyable afternoons this writer has ever had. The tour was de-
signed to show why he favored leaving the dam in place.
He tried to make his point in a genteel manner and kept a
friendship functioning in the meantime. That was the kind of
man he was.


I'm going to have trouble with
this story today because I keep
getting ESP mixed up with ESPN.
ESP is what my wife has. She
won't watch nothing on ESPN un-
less, of course, they're showing
boxing or a NASCAR race.
ESPN stands for Total Sports'
Network. I ain't figured out ESP',
yet but is has something to-,do
with clairvoyance or telepathy.
Listen riQw, you don't have. to
wrap a towel around your head or
keep a giant crystal ball on ;the
living room table or be named
Rhue, to know about ESP. Real
people have it! You get to think-
ing about something and all of a
sudden out of the clear blue your
cousin from Minneapolis calls to
discuss with you the very thing
you had on your mind ..... It
can be amazing! I think It has to
do with some kind of extrasenso-


unker Down with Kes


by Kesley Colbert


Clairvoyant My Hind Foot!


ry perception.
I don't reckon I have IL I'll be
watching ESPN and contemplat-
ing the total collapse of the Phila-
delphia Phillies in the 1964 pen-
nant race and how the Cardinals
caught them on the next to the
last day when my brother calls-
"Hey. Leon."
"Kes, have you figured out yet
what happened to all those peo-
ple who tested Preparation A
through G?"
'Course, it's rather dimcult to
EVER be on the same wave
length as Leon.
I married into this ESP stuff.
Cathy's whole family has got
some kind of telepathy network
going. She came in the dther day
and casual like mentioned that
she 'might, ride up to visit
Josh and her sisters during
spring-" ,
Folks, she doesn't even finish
the sentence before the phone
rings. It's Jo Blair, "Cathy, I was
thinking (now, that's a real novel-
ty) why don't you come up :for
Easter . "
They spend forty minutes on
the phone. They make all the ar-


rangements. Work out all the de-
tails. Tend to every possibility. Ar-
range the whole trip. Map out
their eating plans. .....
Cathy hangs up, turns and
says, 'What do you think?"
Before I can voice my con-
cerns about how Jess and I are.
going to make it through the
week' alone, the .phone rings
again.
"Gay-Foley, how are you?'
What a surprise? Yes, I'm going
to come, Jo and I were just dis-
cussing ...". '
Jesse turned to me, "Daddy,
:we're not going to do chicken'pot
pie every night again, are we?"
You reckon it's just a remark-
able coincidence or true clairvoy-
ance? Of course, it has crossed'
my mind that these three lovely
sisters could be making some
phone calls and special arrange-,
ments when I'm not around. Naw,
they wouldn't do that . ., be-
sides, it would. take away from
the ESP theory. And it wouldn't
explain Genia's letter. Genia is a
cousin living In England who
wrote last week to say that she
would be in Nashville for a few


weeks in April and could Cathy
come up .....
Genia did mention me down
near the bottom, '' tell old
what's-his-name he can come,
too."
I spoke with Genia's sister
last week and first thing Lyn said
was, "Is Cathy coming up during
spring break. ...'. "
It's near 'bout overwhelming!
Cathy had to call Jo Blair
back about the weather and what
to bring. Then Jo Blair called the
next night to remind Cathy to get
off the interstate' at Harding
Place. And Cathy then phoned
Gay-Foley to tell her she knew to
bring a warm coat, not to worry.
And, of course. Cathy had to call
,her brother and tell him where he
was supposed to be all week. Gay
called to. make sure ,everybody
knew the plan. Cathy called Jo
Blair and Bobby Brown to say
that Gay called and she was O.AK
with all the arrangements. And
Jo Blair was back on the horn
last night reminding Cathy not to
forget the shrimp and oysters.

(See KESLEY on Page 3)


.Basketball Play-offs This Year In lude Unusual College Names


THE FINAL FOUR 6f college:
basketball has 'finally'' arrived.
'Now that the original field of con-
tenders for the national champi-
onship has been narrowed down
by a couple of weeks of tourna-
ment play, there are only four
teams remaining to fight it out
over the week end.
Since this was written and'
set in type Friday, it is all history
now, and the champion has al-
ready been decided.
Some perennial favorites
seem to be absent from the play-
downs this year'. UCLA was there;
Kentucky was there; Arkansas
was there; North Carolina was
there. So far as these and a hand-
ful of other teams are concerned,
it has been tournament play as
usual.
But the play-offs have fea-
tured a few strangers to the bas-
ketball elite this year to make the
play-offs more interesting for
those of us who pull for the un-
.derdog.


THERE HAVE BEEN teams
in this year's tournament, with
such strange sounding names
[barging in on the basketball hier-
archy] as little University of Con-
necticutt and Oklahoma State
University....
Oklahoma State University is
of particular interest to me be-
cause it is in Oklahoma-land of
my birth-and it is particularly
interesting to me because I spent
my childhood about 35 miles
southeast of Stillwater, the home
of OSU.
Stillwater is in Pawnee
County, Oklahoma. I spent my


childhood in the, neighboring
county-Creek :County-right
next to the county line. That's the
pretty part of Oklahoma..
The Cimmaron River is th<
only decent fishing:hole within 2(
miles and it runs the full width of
the state. You can wade across
the Cimmaron.

I KNOW HOW those folks feel
about basketball: or how they felt
about the, sport in. my childhood
days. "
They took it seriously! '
Football was a game played


by, other schools, but when I Was
a child,' living among the oil wells
on the edge of the "Tulsa Pool",
basketball was the game for win-
ter and baseball was, by far, the
most popular game the remainder
of the year. If you didn't play bas-
ketball or baseball, you were left
with only mumbly-peg to enter-
tain your competitive spirit.
Long, short, fat.or lean; bas-
ketball was the sport with football
only a legend some .folks talked
about while whittling through the
,board seat of 'the "'loafers bench'
while passing away the time arid
swapping stories outside my Un-
cle Connie's service station.

OF COURSE, I was just a lit-
tle fellow at the time; hardly big
enough to pick up 'a basketball,
much' less play the game. The,
boys in the small town where I.
lived, 'played on, an outdoors
court. until Fraihkliri Roosevelt
put the WPA into full. swing,


around 1935.
Then We got a gymnasium in
Shamrock! Built by WPA labor
from the sandstone rocks which
"were so plentiful in the area, we' ,
'had our first place to play on a- ,:
,regular. court and woe unto any-
one who walked out on that high-
ly-varnished hardwood floor,
wearing leather' shoes, or any oth-
er kind which had tacks holding
, on the soles or heels
: To this.day, I don't feel right
about walking on the gym floor
wearing hard-soled shoes!

SWE HAD A gym! The town
wasn't as large as Hosford. The
state, nor county, even furnished
free textbooks. Every year at the
end of school year, you cornered
someone in the grade above you
'and reserved their old textbooks.
You either had to buy used books
or else you had to buy new ones
,,and that was hard to do back
when you could rent a house for
$5.00 a month.


The highlight of every spring
was the basketball tournaments.
Basketball tournament time was,
a time I could spend down at the
gym all day long, watching the
games, without' having to get
,Momma's permission to be away
from home.
;-h Of course, the gym was down
the street in the- next block from
where we lived, so' I wasn't fat
from Mobmma's watchful eye and
she could still hear the occasional
noise from the gym and tell when
the game was over and I needed
to be home.
In our District there was a
school for Indian children who.
were deaf and dumb. They en-
tered the tournament every year
and they would beat any tearri
which walked on the floor.
I never- did figure how they
heard the. referee's whistle when
it was blown, but they managed.
Like I say, basketball was--
and probably still. is-taken seri-
ously in that part of the country.


St. Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Time Ht.
\ \ April 7 2:23 a.m. L 0.0 4:12 p.m. H 1.2
\ April8 3:11 a.m. L 0.0 5:10 p.m. H 1.1
April 9 3:51 a.m. L 0.1 6:14 p.m. H 1.1
April 10 4:22 a.m. L 0.2 7:30 p.m. H 1.0
April 11 3:42 a.m. L 0,3 9:05 p.m. H 0.8
April 12' 4:41a.m. L 0,4 11:07 a.m. H 0.6
4:01 p.m. L 0.5 11:14 p.m.H 0.7
April 13 4:01 a.m. L 0.6 10:24 a.m. H 0.8
'- "" 5:55 p.m. L 0.3


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. APRIL 6. 1995


Living Alone


There's a lot to be said about living alone.
If you.are a person who has lived within the confines of a family
or a friends) for several years, you probably don't have any idea of
what it's like to live alone.
First of all, there is freedom: You can. come and go as you
please, go to bed and get up when you please, eat when and what
you want to and dress in anything you like. Or you may want to
dress in nothing. It is suggested, if you choose the latter, that you
make sure all the window shades are down, lest you draw: a crowd
and possibly the law to your house. This is particularly true if you
are a good-looking female. .
There are other aspects to living alone, to be sure. You can be
as smart or as lazy as you want to be. If you wake up in the middle
of the night and want to do a load or two of clothes, you are free to
do them without worrying that you might awaken someone In the
house. Or. maybe, you are a "yard freak" and feel the urge to weed
the flower bed at three in the morning. Just turn on the back or
front porch light and have at it. If. the neighbors wake up and see
you working in the flower bed, they. will know you're crazy. but
that's their problem. It is suggested that you not mow the lawn that
early, but a little weeding shouldn't do that much harm. .,
Humans,; by nature, are, not nocturnal., However,' there are
those who become night creatures, either by design od',pressure.
Some people just like the silence and solitude that darkness offers.,
Usually, night-time offers these people quietness and uninterrupted
freedom to do what they wish. Most of the time there are no phone
calls, no visitors and no demanding interruptions.


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Sheriff Opens Wewa Office
The Gulf County Sheriffs Department had opened an office
in the old Courthouse complex in Wewahitchka, according to
Sheriff Frank McKeithen. Pictured above is Deputy Malcom Gar-
rett seated at the desk in the new office. The new quarters will
be used by Sheriffs Deputies to fill out paperwork and serve as a
meeting place for those needing the Department's assistance in
the north end of the county.
The phone number for the new location Is 639-3037, ...,
Sheriff McKeithen offered a special thanks to Commissioner
3Billy Traylor for his efforts In helping to arrange for the office
space as a convenience for the Wewahitchka area and the Sher-
iffs office. ''


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School Board Chairman Charlotte Pierce looks on as Walter Wilder congratulates Martha Weimorts on
her selection as Gulf County's Teacher of the Year.

1Weimorts Is "Teacher of Year"


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committee composed of personnel:
from each school. Other nomi-
nees included: Cindy Belin, Port
St. Joe Elementary; Winston
'Wells, Highland View Elementary;
Joe Walker, Port St Joe Middle
School; Lori Price, Wewahitchka
Elementary School: and George
Cox, Wewahitchka High School.
In making the presentation to
Mrs. Weimorts. Superintendent
Wilder stated that all the nomi-
nees were excellent teachers nd
most worthy of the recognition
bestowed upon them.


Burglary
(Continued fronhPage 1)
Bobby Plair drove up to a busi-
ness that Nichols was allegedly
burglarizing.
Nichols was able to flee from
the scene, but was arrested a
short time later after assisting of-
ficers converged on the area.
Nichols was found in his vehicle.
which was parked a short dis-
tance away.
Additional deputies had been
assigned to the area after several
burglaries had occurred there
within a short time period.
Nichols was charged with
burglaries occurring on March
24th at the Cape Trading Post,
March 26th at Pic's #2. March
27th at Capt. Jack's and March
28th at Cape Trading Post.
Nichols has been released
from the Gulf County jail after
posting of a $4.000 bond.


BBQ Plate Sale
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Association. Inc. will be sel-
ing those big delicious BBQ beef
sandwiches on April 8 from 11:00
a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Frank
Pate Park. adjacent to First Union
Bank.
As in earlier sales, the sand-
wiches will be accompanied by
chips, pickles and iced tea for a
donation of only $3.00.
This month's sale will be
highlighted by the display of 32
antique car racers that will, be
stopping for lunch in' the park
while competing In their annual
road 'race from Panama City to
Apalachicola,


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Some people are victims of sleeping disorders which compels
them to arise and take action of some sort. In other words,
night- time is a good time to worry about things, usually things that
they can do nothing about. It's sheer torture to lay awake in bed
worrying about something and see someone sleeping beside youi
knowing they are getting a good night's sleep while you suffer. It.
makes you want to shake them and say, "Hey! Wake up and help
me worry about how I'm going to solve this problem."
It's a rather difficult situation sometimes when it comes to eat-
ing, if you live alone. There's no problem If you are a "fast food"
freak, like a lot of folks are today. However, if you are one who likes
the taste of home-cooked meals, you may find it very difficult to
cook for one person. And then there's the aspect of eating alone.
Most people, I think, enjoy even the worst meals more if they are
shared with another warm body. And I 'don't mean a dog or a cat
Living alone has many advantages, as you can see. You can eat
what you wish, go and come when and where you like, report to no
one on your activities, buy what you and you alone desire and enjoy
the company of your favorite person ... yourself.
Living alone is a lonely and desperate existence! If you don't be-
lieve me. just ask someone who lives alone how they enjoyed last
Christmas.


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Martha Weimorts. a business
teacher at Port St. Joe High
School, was named Gulf County's
Teacher of the Year at the Gulf
.County' School Board meeting
Tuesday. In announcing Mrs.
Welmorts' selection, Superinten-
dent B, Walter Wilder said. 'The
Teacher of the Year is designed to
honor a teacher who Is represen-'
tative of all good teachers. The se-
lection of Martha Weimorts meets
this goal."
Mrs. Weimorts graduated
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Nova University where she earned
a Master of Science Degree In
Computer Education. She has
"been a teacher for 14 years and
has taught in "the Gtilf County
SSchool Systemi for the past 10
years. She is married to Kenneth
W. Weimorts and they have two
"children, "Iyler'and Jessie.
One of five nominees from
' >Gulf County Schools, Mrs. Wel-
morts was voted Teacher of the
Year by a district-wide screening


This collection of guns has
been seized by the Port St.
Joe Police Department and
collected since 1988, taken
from various crimes.
The collection includes 22
guns, including three sawed-
off shotguns, 16 handguns
and guns of various other
styles.
Chief of Police Carl Rich-
ter said the guns will all be
turned over to the Gulf
County Sheriffsi lDepartment;
requires. '

Kesley
(From Page 2)
Cathy was dialing Genia to see if
she had made it In. when I wres-
tled the phone away from her.
"Enough, time out! It would be a
lot cheaper if you just drove on
up there tonight!"
I think life is a bit simpler if
you don't have ESP. When one of
my brothers is coming, he calls
one time. "K. C., be there next
Friday."
I don't do nothing. I don't
care what time he gets here or
what he wears. We don't make
any plans. Friday comes, he
shows up, we watch ESPN. Every-
body is happy. And think of all
the money we didn't spend on
Long distance calls .....
"Daddy." Jess was helping me
get the cord unwrapped from his
Mother's neck. "If Mom and Aunt
Jo Blair and Aunt Gay and all of
them are so into this ESP thing-
why do they have to call at all?"
Pondering on that one.
Kesley


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Look Who's 102
Louvenia Leslie, born on Jan-
uary 1, 1893, is marking her
102nd year of life in 1995. Mrs.
Leslie has eight children of her
own, three of which are deceased.
She has 25 grandchildren, 46
great-grandchildren and 34 great-
great-grandchildren.
She is currently residing in
her daughter, Bernice Speights'
household in Port" St. Joe along
with five generations of all girls.
She is looking forward to reunit-
ing with all her family, "if it is the
Lord's will', at a family reunion


Kyle &
The evening servi
day, April 9th at Lo
Baptist Church will b
ed by special Christiai
livered by the new a
ministry team called
George". They will b


Widows' Su
Group Forr
A program is being
to offer support to wi
sons in the community
If you are inte
would like more 1
please contact one of
ing ladies: Louise
kert, 648-5807; Bett
648-5839; Shirley Wi
8751, or Sharon Shb
5196.


Kyle and George


George Concert
ce on Sun- songs from their new album enti-
ong Avenue fled, 'The Classics". They will also,
e highlight- be sharing testimonies of God's
n music de- grace and salvation throughout
id exciting the concert.
"Kyle and The group Is composed of the
)e featuring duo of Kyle Peddle and George
Roberts, who reside in Hosford.
The duo are former members of
L oi rtO the group. Fortress. Kyle works as
P a guidance counselor at Shade-
*n c ville Eldmentary School In Craw-
,ng fordvllle and is Minister of Youth
g developed at Corinth Baptist- Church in.
widowed per- Hosford. George works for C. W.
y. Roberts Contracting, Inc., a fami-
rested and ly business and is active at Lake.
information, Mystic Baptist Church in Bristol.
the follow- George is the owner of Seminole
e Schwel- Recording and jointly operates it
y Ambrose, with Kyle.
agner, 648- Everyone Is invited to attend
earer, 647- this exciting service which will be-
gin at 7:00 p.m., E.D.T.


Louvenla Leslie and one of her
many descendents
scheduled in the last week of
June.
Her children and all of her
descending grandchildren wish
her a very happy belated birth-
' day.. :


Reis Carrington Nelson

Reis Turns Two
Reis Carrlngton Nelson cele-
brated his second birthday with a
Barney and Baby Bop party at his
home on Saturday, March 18.
Helping Reis celebrate his
special day were his friends and
family, Kathryn and Jared Ar-
nold, Adrian. Browning, Jesse,
Desl ahid Aiie Duiby, Jac6b Gnht-
ry, Khyla Minger, Amy SasniettL
Patrick and Alex Schell, big
brother. Bryce, cousins, Joshua
and Jared Smith, Gram and Em
Smith, Granddaddy and Grand-
momma Nelson, Aunt Kim,
"Nana" and John Hanlon and
Scott. Kelli and Hayden Renshaw.-
Reis and his friends enjoyed
Barney and Baby Bop cake, dino-
saur cookies, chips and punch.
Reis Is the son of Marshall
and Melody Nelson of Gulf Aire
and the grandson of Al and Vir-'
ginia Smith and F. F. and Lucille
Nelson; all of Port St Joe.


Officers Installed
Gulf Chapter 191, Order of stallatlion downstairs in
'the Eastern Star, held its open in- Sims Hall.
stallation of officers on March 11.
The welcome and introduction of
distinguished guests was given by
the outgoing Worthy Matron Bet- .
ty Pitts. nte ::. .r
Distinguished guests were Fur
Joan Coulter. Past Grand Matron 50.5 Reid AVe
of Ontario, Canada and Marion 505 id Ave
Walsingham, Past Grand Matron
of Florida. Serving as installing
officers were Jan Grover, PM: as-
sistrig installing officer, Elton
Grover, PP; installing marshall,
Mary Jane Trawick, PGE; Install-
ing chaplain Ann Davis, PM and .
installing organist, Dorothy
Frances, PM.
The Addenda was writtenad and
narrated by Marion Walsingham.
PGM and she introduced the par-
ticipants: Bible Bearers, Betty 1 .01
Pitts, PM and Shirley Webb, PM; '10 O
Crown Bearer, Bettina Martin Bridal Registry, Fur
PM; Adah Berriice Harless PGA; Accessories, Silk Plants
Ruth Essle Thurmari PM; Es- Fabrics, Wallpap-
ther, Jackie Goff, PM; Martha -
Charlene Moody PM; and Electa Vertical & Woodt
Joyce Peters PM.
Emblem bearers were: Adah -
Edith Tucker WM; LRuth Brenda
Kupin AM; Daisy Hanna WM: K ...
Martha Lisa Butler PM: and .
Electa Jewel Harris WM. Soloist '"N
for the evening was Barbara Har-
mon. .
The new officers installed for 1 A
1995-96 were: Worthy Matron -
Barbara Mannon; Associate Pa-
tron Harold Schmucker, Asso- .:' 1
dcate Matron Hazel Sims: Asso-
ciate Patron J. L. Sims:
Secretary Allene Hightower.
Treasurer Ann Ballard: Conduc- A
tress Clara Smith; Associate
Conductress. Harriet Watson:.,
Chaplain Jim Mannon;. Marshall- -.
Shirley Webb: Ruth Betty Pitts; "
Esther Bettina Martin: Warder
Fern Skarr; Sentinel Bill Wat- .-
;son;
Those not installed were or-
ganist Jo O'Barr; Adah Erma
Creel and Electa Joan Nehrings.
Everyone enjoyed the refresh-
ments and fellowship after the in-

High Salesmen
in KIDS Raffle
S iThe KIDS Instructional Day [td^ i^g
Service held their annual raffle
and would like to recognize the -
following students as high sellers
in the Center: Infants-Casio
Coachman and teacher Tamml
Williams; Toddlers-Jared Rober-
son; Threes/Fours-Jarred Lu-
cas; PSJ Pre-K-Mitchel Bowers; '
Wewa Pre-k-Evan Williams; and --
1st Step-M. J. Martin. Way to go
Iddsl
Thanks to all parents, grand-
parents and children who helped
sell tickets. Also, special thanks
to David Rich, Jr. for your sup-
port "

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married this Saturday, April k, at
7:00 p.m. in the sanctuary of
Long Avenue Baptist Church. A
reception will follow at the church
in the gymnasium of the Fanily
Life Center.
All friends and family of the
couple are invited to attend and
witness this blessed event A nur-
sery will be provided.


Garden Club Sale
The Port St Joe Garden Club
will have their Annual Spring
Rummage and Plant Sale, on Sat-
urday April 8th at the Garden
Center on Eighth Street begin-
ning at 8:00 a.m.


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Perfect Day Saturday For Tupelo Honey Festival


Thq beautiful spreading oaks on the shores of Lake
Alice in Wewahitchka was the scene of the annual spring
Tupelo Hone Festival Saturday.
Crowds of people toured the several craft booths: of the
festival site browsing, being entertained and enjoying
good food in what turned out to be a perfect festival day.
Clubs and businesses in Wewahitchka cooperated with


Of course, "King Tupelo Honey" was displayed and soid.


Crowds picked over various handcrafts displayed under the oaks.


the affair by providing much of the entertainment and
food booths during the day. A highlight of the festival was
a glassed-in hive of bees working on a comb and tending
to the needs of their queen which is busily depositing her
eggs in one of the cells of the hive.
The Wewahitchka Chamber of Commerce sponsored
Sthe event, which was followed up by a big rodeo in T. L.
SJames Park on Saturday evening.


Perfect spot on shores of Lake Alice to dicker and trade baseball cards.


Main attraction; Queen bee depositing her eggs in cells in glass display.
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Hugh Semmes, with his wooden puzzles and unusual
crafts, has made every Tupelo Honey Festival held.


Visitors browsing through the artwork displayed.
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Pair making pottery on the festival grounds.


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Wins Freezer
In the photo above, K. C. Mashburn, left, of Port St. Joe was
congratulated by David Rich after being announced as the winner
of the Kenmore freezer and $300.00 worth of frozen food given
away at Rich's I.G.A.


Peterson Pushes


for Term Limits


Continuing his efforts to pass
an effective and equitable term
limits amendment, Congressman

Garden Club
April Meeting
The April Meeting of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club will be held
Thursday, April 13 at 2:00 p.m.
at the Garden Center on Eighth
Street In Port St. Joe.
Barbara Eells and Paula
Boone will address those attend-
ing the program on the subject of
sea turtles and their survival on
the Gulf Coast beaches.
Hostesses for the April meet-
ing are Sally Gainous and Era
Daniell.

When I was born, how was I to
know how special they were?
They were supposed to change
my diapers and feed me; how
was I supposed to know how
, special they were?
I thought everyone had nice
things and fun times, how
was I supposed to know?
Throughout elementary and
high school they loved me
and held my hand.
I thought all parents did that;
how was I supposed to know?
Ever hear, "nobody's perfect,"?
-Well, that certainly pertains
to me.
But they always loved me po
matter what.
Everyday I see myself turning
into those special people.
How could we be so different
and so alike at the same time?
I am making my own.deci-
sions-bad and good.
Those two people are still lov-
ing me and holding my hand.
I think they'll always do that.
You know, I am beginning to
realize how very special they
are.
Thank you Mom & Dad
Your Daughter
on Chee Lane


Pete Peterson, along with Con-
gressman John Dingell (D-MI). Is
a chief sponsor of one of the four
amendment alternatives consid-
ered by the House of Representa-
lives Wednesday of last week. The
Peterson-Dingell Amendment is
the sole Democratic alternative.
the other three proposed amend-
ments are all Republican alterna-
tives.
"Over the last few months, we
have heard plenty of tough rheto-
ric on the issue of term limits.
Unfortunately many of those
members of Congress doing all of
this talking appear to be only
concerned with limiting the terms
of future legislators rather than
themselves." Peterson said last
week. "Of the four proposals, my
bill, the Peterson-Dingell Amend-
ment. is the ONLY one that ap-
plies a twelve-year limit on all
members of Congress, including
those members currently serving
In the House or Senate, Simply
-put, .a vote against the,_PtersoDj-
Dingell Amenrdment by a-ny legfs-
lator who claims to support "true"
term limits is a vote that smacks
of hypocrisy and arrogance."
In addition to imposing a
twelve-year limit to be applied ret-
roactively, the Peterson-Dingell
Amendment also allows individu-
al states to enact any limit below
twelve years. "If a particular state
wants to impose even stricter lim-
its on Its federally elected offi-
cials, then its right to to so
should be protected under the
Constitution." Peterson stated.
Peterson underscored the im-
portance of his proposed amend-
ment by citing the overwhelming
support across the nation for ret-
roactive term limits. Reliable na-
tion-wide surveys show that the
majority of Americans want to
limit the number of terms served
by their representatives, more im-
portantly, each of these polls also
shows that the American people
want term limits applied to those
presently serving in office.


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April 22 will be a day of cele-
bration a celebration of chil-'
dren. Early Childhood Services'
Second Annual Kidfest will fill the.
Gulf Coast Community College'
campus, with music, laughter,
.games and fun. For only one dol-i
lar per person, families can spend,
the day enjoying a multitude of,
activities.
One of the many highlights of
the second annual Kidfest will be;
,David Jack, an award-winning
children's recording artist. The

Joint Investigation
Nets Seven More
Arrests for Drugs

Seven more drug arrests were
made this week through the joint
efforts of the Gulf County Sher-
iffs Department, Port St. Joe Po-
lice Department and the Wewa-
hitchka Police Department
Those charged In drug related
arrests were: Twala Tiller of Port
St Joe possession of marijuana;
Mary Sims of Port St. Joe pos-
session of marijuana; Von K.
Steinlage of St. Joe Beach pos-
session of marijuana; Ellis Yon of
Wewahitchka sale and deliver of
a controlled substance:; Ray
Myers of Wevwahltchka sale of
crack cocaine: Willie Harris of
Port St. Joe, sale of crack cocaine
and Renell Thomas of Port St. Joe
principal to sale of crack co-
caine.

Silks Workshop
The Visual Arts Center of
Northwest Florida would like to
announce that registration Is un-
derway for a workshop. "Painting
With French Dyes on Silk", with
Joyce Estes. to be held Saturday;
April 29 from 12:00 until 4:00
p.m. The fee for the workshop is
$45 for members and $55 for
non-members and includes all
supplies. Limited enrollment is
necessary so reserve your place
now.
The Visual Arts Center is lo-
cated at the corner of Fourth
Street and Harrison Avenue in
downtown Panama City. For more
information please call (904) 769-
4451. '

Bank Teller
Examination
The Jobs and Benefits Center
will be giving the bank teller,
exam on Thursday, April 13 at
the fire station next to City Hall.
in Port St. Joe.
Anyone Interested In obtain-
ing a banking position will qualify'
to apply for future openings after
successfully completing this:
exam.
You must call 229-9020 to
register for the scheduled exam:
Only registered applicants will be
admitted to the testing which is
administered by the State of Flor-
ida, Department of Labor.

USDA Plans Town
Hall Meeting Mon.
A Town Hall meeting will be
held in the W. T. Neal Civic Cen-
ter in Blountstown on Monday.
April 10 to discuss the U.S.D.A.
Re-Organization in this area. The
meeting will be from 1:30 p.m. to
3:30 p.m., C.D.T.
Discussion items will include
consolidation of agencies, name
changes, the relocation of some
offices and the provisions being
made to serve the U.S.D.A. cus-
tomers of Calhoun. Liberty and
Gulf counties. ,
The meeting is. open to the
public and time will be provided
for a question and answer ses-
sion.


brightest star in children's music
today. Jack brings originality, up-
beat humor and a refreshingly
hip musical energy to his concert-
audiences nationwide. All of the
songs David performs are origi-
nal, with music composed by him
and lyrics written by his older sis-
ter. Susan Jack Cooper, a former
"Captain Kangaroo" staff writer.
Kidfest is being held this year
on Earth Day, so the environment
will be recognized and celebrated
with special entertainment and
activities. Both parents and chil-
dren will be enthralled with the
music of Dale Crider, Florida en-
vironmentalist and folk singer.
Crider has produced numerous
tapes of his original music focus-
ing on Florida history and envi-
ronment. The popular singer will
perform April 23, at Governor
Chiles invitation, at the state
Earth Day celebration in Tampa
Kidfest 2.
The program will feature
such well-known personalities as
Paula Larke, nationally known
children's story teller; Betsy
Knight. wildlife rehabilitator from
Big Bend Wildlife Sanctuary:
Northwest Florida Ballet and nu-
merous activity booths.
Parents will especially enjoy
the fact that the one dollar ad-
mission fee covers all entertain-
ment and activities. Early Child-
hood Services, Inc., an agency
that grew out of the love of chil-
dren, sponsors the event and
wants it to be affordable to every
family in the area. ECS.adminis-
ters approximately fifteen projects
including Head Start, subsidized
child care. Child Care Resource
and Referral. Toy Share, employer
supported child care and numer-
ous others.
Proceeds from Kldfest will go
to support ECS services to the
community. The help and sup-
port of the community is needed
to make Kldfest '95 a successful
day of community sharing and
fun. For. more information contact
Anne Ake, Community Relations
Coordinator at (904) 872-7550,
extension 2223.


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THrE STAR. PORT ST. JOB.*FT-TRSDAY. AP1EYT. 199.


Bevy of Beauties Raise


Funds for Project Grad


Before Raucous Crowd


Hundreds of area residents attended Project
Graduation's Womanless Beauty Contest last Sat-
urday night, April 1st to see the competition for
the coveted crown of "Miss Fool's Queen '95".
Directing the contestants through the fierce
competition was Master of Ceremonies, Chuck
. Bear. The distinguished panel of Judges charged
with the responsibility of selecting a queen from the
vast array of talent were Jimmy Williams, Pam Cot-
ter, Jim Boykin, Greg Johnson and Buzz Leonard.
Twenty-four "beautiful women", ranging from


the young in years to the young at heart, kept the
crowd entertained with evening gown and talent
presentations.
The fund raiser's coordinators, Johnny Linton
and Catherine Collier, are thrilled with the success
of the evening, as they were able to raise approxi-
mately $1,800 to benefit the 1995 graduating sen-
ior class of Port St. Joe High School.
They appreciate the activee support" of all of
the participants in the pageant and everyone who
attended the gala event.


Queen 'V-I-Wanna Go-A-Homa From Hawaii"
(Martin Adkison) struggles to control her emotion
as she fights to hold back "tears of joy" while tak-


ing the customary queen's march after receiving
her crown Saturday night.


SQueen 'O-I-Wanna Go-A-Homa From Hawaii" Contestants (1 to r), "Lana Luv" (J. Patrick Ho-
is overcome with excitement as she covers her ward), 'Rainy Dewdrop" (Richard Combs), 'Cousin
face trying to contain her emotions while her fel- Curly" (Fred Priest), 'Pretty Polly Perkette" (Perky
low contestants congratulate her when Emcee White), and 'Too Tough Tessie" (Chris Brum-
Chuck Bear announces she's the queen: baugh) gather with joy r6und our new queen.

*- --- ------ -


What a duo, The Blues Sisters, Mrs. Doubtfire look-
alike. 'Sassy Mac" (Jim McNeil) and third runner-up, '"Lore-
na B"" Pete White) seemed to enjoy it just a little too
much.-:w ..




"Dolly D. From Downtown
Dallas" (David Rich. Jr.) led
the contestants in a line I


"Too Tough Tessie" (Chris
Brumbaugh) is obviously a lit-
tie camera shy. :,


SThey say dynamite comes in small packages-'Rainy Dew-
drop" (Richard Combs) shows her stuff.


* ^ : ,. "

The rumor is 'Verona Bobbit" (Johnny
Linton, left) is one of the "Lee" sisters. We're not
sure whether she is "Ug" or "Home", but we do be-
lieve the rumor. That's City Commissioner Bill
Wood on the right, Verona's object of affection
for the evening.


'Lady Stylin-N-Smiling" (County Commissioner Warren Yeag-
er) got a lot of make-up. His wife, Jacque says, "he looks better
wearing.a dress than I do."


'Cousin Curly" (Coach Fred Priest) raised a
few eyebrows when she arrived sporting a tattoo
with Principal yes Taylor's name stamped in the
middle of a heft.


, "Mirror, mirror on the wall, I can't believe
you didn't crack and fall."
'Lana Luv" (J. Patrick Howard)


The Queen and her court, from left to right, Georgia Peach" (Allen Cox), 3rd Runner-up- "Lor0-
are: Queen 'O-J-Wanna Go-A-Homa From Hawaii" ena B" (Pete White), and Miss Congeniality "Alex-
(Martin Adkison), 1st Runner-up "Alexandria is Crawford" (Gary Sasnett).
Wentworth" (J. J. Ray), 2nd Runner-up "Miss


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PAGE 8 THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1995


Antique Car Race to Pass Thru Town


Albert Cain congratulates Lowrey H. Wilhite, right.


Wilhite Retires
On March 31, Lowrey H. Wil-
hite was honored with a luncheon
to commemorate his retirement
from St. Joseph Telecommunica-




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA :


IN RE: THE ESTATE OF.
LINDA S. RICHTER
Decedeiit


CASE NO.: 95-18
Probate Division


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the Estate of Linda S.
Richter, deceased, File No; 95-18 Is pending In the
Circuit Court, for Gulf Counity. Florida Probate DI-
vision, the address of which, is 1000 Fifth Street'
Port St 'Joe, Florida. 32456. The name and ad-
,-'dress of the persoizlu represeitLaUve and the per-
soinal representaUves atLonley is set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All persons on whom this notice is served
who have sbje cots thai challenge the.valldity of
the will, the qualilcauous of the personal repre-
sentative, enue, or Jurisdiction ofthls Court are
required Ito file their objecUoIs wlith this Coinrt
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPT OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and per.
sons having claims or demands against the dece-
dent's estate must file their claims winh this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
80 FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The
date of the first publhca.oi of this Notice is April-
6, 1995.
/s/STEVE M. WATKINS, III
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONALREPRESENTATIVE
POSTOFFICEBOX 1814 .
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32302
/s/.CARLO. RICHTER
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE,': ,
2tp, April 6 and 13. 1995.


tons. Along with several gifts pre-
sented, Albert Cain, Administra-
'tive Services Manager, presented
the retiree with a certificate of ap-
preciation for 15 1/2 years of loy-
al service to the company. He also
presented him' with his first re-.
tirement check.
Mr. Wllhite was employed in
September of 1979 as a Toll Cen-
ter Supervisor and in 1984 was
promoted to the position of Out-
side Plant Services Manager. In
1986, Mr. Wilhite was promoted
to Plant Manager and was serving
in this position at-the time of'his
retirement. Attending the lunch-
eon were family, friends, and fel-
low employees, all wishing him
well. :

Words of Thanks
Words cannot be found to ex-
press Our Sincere gratitude. You
all have been so very kind and
thoughtful during the illness and
departure of our beloved one (Ar-
chie Lee "DeShack" Shackelford),.
We, the family, cannot ade-
quately express our heartfelt
thanks and appreciation. We are
truly grateful to the entire com-
munity, the staff at Gulf Pines
Hospital, the South Gulf Ambu-
lance Squad, and to all the
'churches for your prayers and
support. .
Special thanks to the staff of
Bay Medical Center (Panama
City) for their untiring efforts and
professional services to keep Ar-
chie Lee comfortable during his
stay.
May God shower his richest
blessings upon each of you is our
prayer.
Eartha Shackelford & Family


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Bill Dunning and

Retiree
Johnny Burrows, Arizona
Chemical employee, shown above'
on the right, receives congratula-
tions from Bill Dunning, Plant
Manager, on the occasion of his
retirement March 1st Johnny
worked with Arizona Chemical for
fourteen years. He received a
plaque from the company com-
memorating his years of service
and a framed picture of the plant
itself. A reception was held for'
Johnny in the plant conference

Dorothy L. Webb
Dorothy Lee Webb, 48, of Port
St, Joe. passed away Wednesday,
March 29 in Panama City follow-
ing an extended Illness. A native
of Port St. Joe, she worked as a
housekeeper in the motel indus-
try. She was the daughter of the
late James and Lee Webb.
Survivors include her three
children, Eric, Erica, and Erroll
Webb, all of Port St. Joe: her sis-
ter, Lola Webb of Orlando; five
brothers, Cecil 'of Warner Rob-
bins, Georgia, James of Hemp-
,stead, Long Island, Saul of Port-
land, Oregon, Jerry of Orlando,
and Reco of Portland; and many
uncles, aunts, and a host of niec-
es and nephews.
-. The funeral service-was held
at 2:00 p.m. EST, Tuesday-at the
Philadelphia Primitive Baptist
Church, conducted by the Rev.
Robert Lowery. Interment fol-
lowed in Forest Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter Funer-
al Home..


Cup Antique Car Race from Pana-
ma City to Apalachicola via Port
St. Joe this Saturday, April 8.
The racers will arrive in Port SL
S'


Joe about 11:30 a.m. and drive
through the business district on
Reid Avenue as they make their
way to the City Park adjacent to
the Union Bank for a lunch stop.
The. Gulf County Senior Citizen's
Association is providing lunch for
the racers as a fund raising pro-
ject.
During the stop in Port St.
Joe the cars will be judged by
members of the Port St. Joe His-


torical Society. Three awards will
be made and are being provided
by the St. Joe Service Company,
owned by local residents Bill and
Anne White. The awards are:
Most Appealing Out-of-State Car,
The Bill Brand Memorial Award -
Putter's Classic and Judge's
Dream Car. Awards will be pre-
sented about 12:30 p.m. The rac-
ers will begin to depart for Apa-
lachicola about 12:45 p.m.


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Sharks to Host Invitational


Exuberant Lady Sharks following the completion of the Burger King Invitational in Quincy.


Lady Sharks Doing Well
The Lady Sharks finished : gles and two RBI. The Sharks Wewahitchka for a 6:00 gan
third In. the Burger King Invita- will play at Blountstown Thurs- Carrabelle. 000 003 1-
tional tournament, In Quincy re- day. Monday they will travel to St. Joe 014 212 x-
centlv with a 2-I record. They de-
feated Chattahoochee 13-12 with G a a-
pitcher Gena Johnson getting the V
win. She gave up seven hits. G ators H am p ..a .,,.
walked four and struck out two..
Dee Horton completed the bat- n of Rin
tery. Dottle Davis went two for W eeke d o R'
three and Heather Fields two for
two in the game. Rain limited the Gators' Sumner each getting lW-
In the second game of the, games played in the Quincy Clas- Baxley and Gibbs also hi
tourney they lost a close game to sic baseball tournament last RBI each. "
Liberty County 6-5, with Alyson week, but the team got two games Everybody on the
Williams being creditedited with the in between showers and won played and did a good jc
loss. She gave up five hits, one both. cording to coach Jay Kear
walk and hadithree strikeouts. Greensboro fell 14-1 to the "Sumner got a hit coming
The Sharks collected six hits In Gators in the first game in a con- bench. Traylor caught and
the loss, with Michelle Martin go- test shortened by the 10-run out a couple of runners.
ing one for two, with two RBI and rule. WIN OVER APALACHI-
Gena Johnson and Dee Horton Casey Kelley tossed another The Gators' Friday gar
each one for two. win, running his record to 5-1. washed out, but they cam
StL Joe downed Carrabelle Josh Baxley relieved for the Saturday to hand Apalach
19-9 while banging out 16 hits to fourth inning and Will Sumner 5-2 defeat.
,take third pla[e. Williams was came on In the fifth to end the Tony Madrid .started
the winning pitcher with Horton game. Wewa hurlers tossed a mound for the Gators. go
again behind the plate. combined one hitter at the Bull- five innings before he w
Williams helped her own dogs, striking out 10. lived by Tranum McLemoi
cause batting .333 with three Offensively, the Gators deliv- drid earned his third win
RBI. Karen Clark went three for ered 11 hits in four Innings with :season, striking out seve
six with two RBI. Also getting. two Josh Baxley, John Gibbs and Will ters. McLemore collected fo
hits .QMjBwere Lindsay Williagm, ..,.. i during the two Irnings.he.a
BridgettGe_ odi Heather Fields. JR. High Gators t"n relief. The two,pitchenr
and Michelle Nfarun. H a bined for a three hitter.
PLAYED TUESDAY in FAMU Meet Will Sumner led the
The Lady Sharks ran their hitting going two for four w
record to 7-6 with a 10-4 win over The Wewahitchka Jr. High RBI. McLemore and John
Garrabelle Tuesday afternoon. boys and girls track team compet- each had one hit and an RI
Lindsay Williams belted three sin- ed this past Saturday In the The Gators have six
gles, and knocked in two runs to FAMU JV Invitational held in Tal- averaging over .300. Gibl
lead the Sharks. Gena Johnson lahassee. .388; Sumner, at .386, and
upped her record to 4-3 and had Wewahitchka's girls' team in- Hysmith, at .358 are lead
a two run single. c' eluded only sixathletes, afid,.flif''.,i team offense. '
Heather Fields added two sin- wished third overall with 64 points The team now has a


Gators Win Big
Over Bristol
The Lady Gators upped their
'record to 20-1 with a 15-0 shel-
lacking of Liberty County Tues-
day in a three Inning game. Thel-
ma Bryant led the six-hit attack
.with a bases-loaded triple. The
,Gators took advantage of 15 Lib-
.erty County walks. They will host
Altha Thursday and travel to Car-
"rabelle Friday.
Liberty Co. 000- O 1 1
pWewahitchka 843-15 6 0


behind first place Carter Parra-
more and second place North
Florida Christian.
The Lady Gators were led' by,
Holly Atkins who won the 1600-
meters in 5:43 afid the 800 me-
ters in .2:36. She also finished
second in the shot put 30"5 1/
2".
The boys team only had four
running, but finished in seventh
place with 31 points. They were
led by Luke Taunton who won the
1600 meter run In a time of 4:55
and the 800 meters in 2:08. He
also placed sixth In the long jump
with a leap of 1710".


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ling 12-4 record and are ranked t
number 10 in the state in class
2A baseball.
:The Gators host Carrabelle
this afternoon -at 3:30 and travel
to Port St. Joe to meet the Sharks
Friday evening under the lights at
.7:30, Eastern Uime.


Last Thursday the Sharks
competed in a 12 team meet at
Florida A&M University in Talla-
hassee. The Sharks scored 52.
points to place fourth behind
Quincy Shanks, Godby and North
Florida Christian.
Leading the Sharks was Ant-
wione Allen who placed first in
the high Jump. 6'10' and 100
hurdles 14.6. Germain Clark
placed second in 800 meters
2:10.8 and eighth In 1600 meters
4:57.9.
Chris Daniels finished third
in 100 meters 11.1. and Gabe
Clark placed third in 800 meters
2:10.9 and fourth in 1600 meters
4:47.7.
Justin Summers was fifth in
, discus with a toss of 123'2" and
placing seventh was Jonathan
* Pierce with a toss of 119'5".
FAMU Middle School
Championships
Last Saturday, the Port SL
,,Joe boys' middle school rack
am competed in the First Annu-
., FAMU Middle School Track
Sand Field Championships. The
SSharks scored 76 points and
-placed second behind Florida
A&M who had Ill points. North
Florida Christian and Carter Par-
ramore tied for third with 68.
Placing first in the meet and
establishing new meet records
were: Keion McNair. 400 meters -
53.1 and Mark. Williams 300
hurdles 44.6. .
Second place finishers were
1'Rod Chambers 100 meter hur-
dles 14.9, and Davin Baxter -
"' shotput 41'6 1/2". James Daniels
C\as third in the, 100 meter hur-
dies 14.9. .
Placing fourth were:. Ben
..McCroan shotput 37'2 1/2";
Travis Jenkins high jump 5'2";
Davin Baxter discus 98'7";.Kyle
Adkison 200 meters 25.3: Mark
VWilhiamis Keion McNair. Rod
.Chambers and ,Kyle Adkison -
400 meter relay, 48.7;, James
Daniels. Kyle ,.Adkison, Darius
Chambers and Keion McNair -
100 meter relay 3:52.2 ,
,, PSJ INVITATION APR. 8
' .i'- On Saturday Port St. Joe
High School wili host the'Ninth
Annual Port St. Joe Invitational
,Track and Field meet. The field
.events will begin at 11:30; and


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the running events at 12:30.
Scheduled to compete in the meet
along with Port St. Joe are Bay,
Godby, Lincoln, Mosley, North
Florida Christian, Quincy -
Shanks, Rutherford, Wewahitch-
ka, and Etowah of Woodstock,
Georgia.
'This is the best group of ath-
letes that we have had in our
meets," according to Coach Gow-
an, "we have two defending state
champion teams participating, 10
individual state champion ath-
letes and over 20 All-State ath-
letes."
Some of the top athletes who
will compete are: T. J. Rush of
Mosley who was an All-American
last season in both the 100 and


200 meters. T. J. is currently
ranked second in the country in
the 200 meters; Dexter Jackson
of Quincy Shanks hurdles;
Buck Gurley Godby shot/
discus and St. Joe's own Antwi-
one Allen, defending state cham-
pion in both the high hurdles and
high Jump. I .
In the girls,' competition,
Quincy Shanks will be the team
favorite with Port St Joe, North
Florida Christian and Lincoln
also figuring to do well. Some of
the top athletes who will be com-
peting are: Dynah Jackson -
Etowah 800/400 meters; Shauni-
ta Pelham Lincoln sprints;
Charron Addison .Port St Joe -
100/triple, jump, and Holly At-
kins Wewahitchka 1600/800.


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Sharks Blank Oystermen in Five Innings


VVI W fl TvuIur rl1L. nI l The Port St. Joe Sharks
Experiments belong with the researchers in the gamturned six whiwas Inshto 14 runs Inedbythe
laboratories, not in your family. Never try to decide for run-rule Monday afternoon, de-
yourself or with the advice of a well meaning friend, how to eating Apalachicola 14-0 in high
treat an illness. Leave this to the experts your physician P school baseball.
and his professional aides. Brian Jenkins hit still anoth-
We would never try to create a new medicine in our er home run, driving in two runs
pharmacy. We rely on the reliable drug firms with their in the six-run uprising in the
careful, extensive research. Only when a drug is approved rfound-h.trIt was Jenkins's thasecond
for safe use will it get on our prescription shelves. and his fourth for the season.
Doyle Crosby cracked a single
and a double, driving in three
runners for the Sharks. ;
Desmond Baxter started on
S "A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US with their pre- the mound and was relieved in
scriptions, health needs and other pharmacy products. the fifth by Keith Saleh. Baxter
We consider this trust a privilege and a duty. May we be was credited with the win, his
your personal family pharmacy?" r first of the year.
e The Sharks will host county
STOCKING A COMPLETE LINE OF HOME HEALTH NEEDS WITH DIRECT rival Wewahitchka Friday night at
BILLING TO MEDICARE 7:30.
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Buzzett's Drug tore Apalach 00000-0 41
B uiZZ t S Irug St ore Despite a home run by Brian
* 317 Williams Avenue Port St. Joe Jehkins in the second'inning, his
Co.venientDrive- Through Window third of the season, wedk hitting:
Covenient Drive-Throusell StWindowr Candles by the Sharks resulted In only six
Revon Cosmetics Caton Cards Russell Stover Candles hits for the game,, resulting in a
U 229-8771 9-2 loss to North, Florida Chris-
2I29-8771 Itian of Tallahassee Saturday af-


three costly Shark errors.
The Sharks had their chanc- '
es for more runs as they left sev-
en men on base, twice with the
bases loaded.
Ryan Yeager,"was charged
with the loss, going the route -for
the Sharks, giving up 11 hits.
Port.St. Joe scored Its other
run in the third Inning. when J~ff
"Player crossed the plate on a bas-
es-ldaded fielders' choice.'
NFC 220 002 3-9111
PSJ 0110000-2 6WS
-UPCOMING GAMES
.,. The Sharks begin a two-week
home stint Friday night as they
2 host country rival Wewahitchka
at 7:30. Saturday they Will face
IM el- district rival Monticello at 1:00
and Tuesday and Wednesday of
next week host the Citizens Fed-
eral Savings Bank Classic.

Des Baxter makes a fine play as pitcher Ryan Yeager looks on. 7


WinterSports Banquet Held


In the annual Winter Sports Robert Williams; Defensive Award
banquet held this past Thursday phad Quinn: Pride of the
evening at Port St. Joe. High Sharks Mario Larry;, and First
School, athletes participating in Team All State, All Tournament
basketball and cheerleading were Team, All Florida Teamh and
honored,. Shark Offensive Award Des Bax-
Receiving awards In girls' ter
basketball were: Charron Addi-
son. Leading Scorer and Most., Cheerleading
Valuable Player; and Stephanie At the conclusion of both of
Maxwell. Leading Rebounder and their season, football and basket-
Most Improved. ball varsity cheerleaders receive
The boy's varsity basketball their letters and squad awards.
team went to the Final Four of Leading the cheerleaders this
the state championships this year year were captain Leigha Davis
before losing in the semi-final and co-captain Missy Nobles.
game. Receiving awards at the Jennie Smallwood was named
banquet were: Most Improved Cheerleader of the Year.

Lady Sharks Win


Bay Invitational


The Lady Sharks track team
won a four-team event Tuesday
over Wewahitchka, Panama City
Bay and Rutherford. These victo-
ries raise the Lady Tiger Sharks
season record to 31-2.
Special congratulations to the
following girls who set new school
records: Charron Addison Triple
jump and 100 meter dash; KrisUe
Lowry 3200 meter-run; and the
4x800 meter relay team of Latrika
Quinn. Kaycee Knox. Mandy Phil-
lips and Shinah Quinn.
Scoring in the meet were:
Charron Addison first in the
long jump. triple jump, 100 me-
ters and second in the 300 hur-
dles and first with Labtrika Quinn,
Elana Rees and Leslie Faison on
the 4x400 meter relay.


Stephanie Maxwell placed
first In the 200 meter run, third
in the discus and triple jump and
fourth in the 400 meter run. Kay-
cee Knox was first in the 300 hur-
dles and seCond in the 100 hur-
dles: Natalie Gant first in the 100
hurdles and fifth in the 300 hur-
dles; Fanta Harris second in the
shot and discus; Leslie Faison -
third In the 10 hurdles and
fourth in the 300 hurdles: Shinah
Quinn third in the 200 meter
dash: Jennifer, Smallwood -
fourth in the high jump: Christy
Gay fifth in the 400 meter dash
and Ashley Brownell fifth in the
discus. The 4x800 relay team of.
Latrika Quinn, Kaycee Knox and.
Mandy Phillips was first and Kris-
"Ue Lowry was fourth in the 3200
and 1600 meter runs.


Amy Buzzett and Kayce Knox.
led the junior varsity cheerleaders
as .captain and co-captain, re-
spectively, for the 1994-9$ sea-
son...
Academic Awards
Sixty one percent of the ath-
letes involved in the two sports
maintained a "B" or better aver-
age.
Receiving, "Gold Awards" for
perfect 4.0 averages were Jennie,
Smallwood, Jeremy Dixon, Heath-'
er Fields and Leslie Falson.
Receiving "Purple Awards" for;
having a 3.0' or better average
were:
Damon Walker, Ricky Lam-
berson,. Damien Byrd, Doyle
Crosby, Jennifer Gaddis, Renee
Weeks, Misty Wood, Christy'
Wood, Katie Kllbourn, Barry Ad-
kison, Gena Johnson. Charron
Addison, Sherry H., Stephanie
Maxwell. Kyle Adklson. Rocky
Quinn, Shinah Quinn, Ronisu
Bird, Amy Buzzett. Leigh Law-
rence, Kayce Knox. Missy Nobles,
Alyson Williams, Deanna Red-
mond, Cheyenne Harrison, Lei-
gha Davis, 'Gretchen Stevens,
AmandA Phillips' and Casey
White. .t


Brian Jenkins Is congratulated by his teammates after hitting a home run over the left field fence at Shark
Stadium.


Rifle Club Meeting Tonight for

Barbecue, Film and Trap Shooting


The Gulf Rifle Club's monthly,
meeting will be Thursday, April
6th at 6:00 p.m. Barbecue sand-
wiches will be served courtesy of
Sam Phillips.; A short video, "Re-
port From Washington", will be
shown at the conclusion of the
meeting,. Those bringing their
shotgun will shoot a few rounds
of trap following the meeting.
Club members held the first
Hunter's Pistol Metallic Silhouette
Match of the year on Saturday,
March 18th. Brian Upton won the
match and John Fadio finished in
second place. Each was present-
ed with a trophy. .
The ext silhouette match is
scheduled for April 15th. The


Plan Softball
Tournament
* A softball tournament will be
held on April 15th in Port St Joe
hosted by Port St. Joe 's 13-14
year old Dizzy Dean baseball
team.
All of the games involved in
the tournament will be played at
the softball complex behind Port,
St Joe High School. All teams
will be using their own core-47
softballs. There will be a 3-home
run limit per game; additional
homers will score as single base'
hits. .
A $10,0 entry fee will be re-
quired of all teams wishing to
participate.
A concession stand will be
operating throughout the tourna-
ment, including hamburgers and
hot dogs, drinks, and chips.
All proceeds from the event
will go to the Port St. Joe, Dizzy
Dean Baseball Team expense'
fund."
For more ,information, con-
tact Eric Ramsey at 229-6343 or
229-8997.


e ws On mental health
FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.



S'Precision


match consists of shooting at
steel targets at distances of 40
meters to 100 meters with hand-
guns.
On March 19th, they held a
Bullseye Pistol Match. Shane
Semmes won the match with a
score of 568 with 16 x's and Den-
nis Burke shot the next highest
score. The next bullseye match
will be shot on April 9th, starting
with registration at 4:30 p.m.
Once again, only center-fire
pistols or revolvers will be allowed
in these matches. Plans are being
made to add a .22 caliber match
in the future. The match consists
of 60 rounds, with 20 rounds
fired "slow fire", 20 rounds "timed
fire", and 20 rounds "rapid. fire".
SIThe rifle club held their.
monthly PPC Match on April Ist.
In the first match, open to revol-
vers or semi-auto pistols. Sam
Hayslip.-from the-Gulf Correctlon--
al Institute, was winner and high
law enforcement competitor. Carl
Chandler took first place among
the civilian shooters.
In the second match, restrict-
ed- to semi-auto pistols, Carl
Chandler and Brian Upton shot
the same scores. Carl was deter-
mined winner by having the high-
er "x" count. This was, the. first
time a match winner had to be
decided in this manner.
Also, all shotgun shooters are


reminded that the club is contin-
uing to shoot trap on Thursday
evenings, starting at 6:00 p.m.
and Sunday at 3:00 p.m. -
For additional Information.
contact John Fadio at 229-8421.
Carl Chandler at 227-3171 or
Yank Lyle at 227-1323.


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Shown in the photo above is a visitor KIDS had last week, Jason Falbe, who brought his pet Python
snake to share with the Pre-K and pre-school classes.
This was Just one of several pets and pet owners visiting KIDS during the theme week of "Pets".
Each week KIDS has a new theme for their classes. The "Pets" week is one part of a four-week long ob-
servance of Amnial Month.


Project Grad
Meeting Monday.
There will be an important
Project Graduation meeting on
Monday, April 10 at 6:30 p.m. in
the Media Center at Port SL Joe
High School.
H On the agenda for this meet-
ing will be the final plans for the
Easter fund raiser. Also, as grad-
uation day is approaching rapidly
and fundralsing draws to a close,
the time has come to organize
committees to take care of the dif-
ferent portions of the Project
Graduation party. Committees
will be organized to direct ar
rangements for food, entertain-
ment, door prizes, decorations, t-
shirts, etc.
s:. All parents of the senior class
are urged to attend. Please, mark
your calendar and' be present at
this meeting.


Port St. Joe is '95
League Member
The City of Port St. Joe is a
1995 member city in the Panhan-
dle League of Cities. The league is
an organization of municipal gov-
ernments covering the entire Flor-
ida panhandle. The league pro-
motes effective municipal govern-
ment. and represents municipal
interests in' the state legislative
process. It works closely with the
Florida League of Cities, which
serves municipal interests at the
state level.
The Panhandle League of Cit-
Sles has enjoyed unprecedented
success in its 1995 membership
drive, with 43 member cities, rep-
resenting 96 percent of the incor-
porated population in the 15-
county panhandle area.

Pepsi Wagon for
Grads is Comning!
Look for the Pepsi Wagon at
David Rich's I.G.A. in Port St. Joe
on Friday and Saturday, April
14th & 15th from 11:30 a.m. un-
Stl. Project'Graduation will be sell-
ing Pepsi Colas, hot dogs and
chips in a continuing effort to.
raise funds for this year's gradu-
ates.
Organizers of the event are'
planning other fun-filled activities
for the kids to complete the day,
featuring an easter egg hunt,
"while mom shops".
Everyone is invited to come


THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. APRIL,6, 1995 PAGE 1B
join in on all the fun, do your
shopping and have lunch while
supporting Project Graduation. Got A Car to Sell?
Use the Clssifieds
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Shown above, in front row kneeling, are: Jonathan Carpenter,
Christina Egler and Rebekah Cope. Standing, from left, are: Todd
Thurston, Hamp Livingston and Troy Phillips.
Faith Christian Science Fair
The overall winner of the 1995,Faith Christian Science Fair was Todd
Thurston who has been working all year on a project to find out which
species of mosquitos will mature in backyard containers.
.First place In the Junior high division was Troy Phillips with an ex-
perimnent in pressure of gases formed and base mixtures. Second Place
ties went to Rebekah Cope. who studied the conditioning response in sea
gulls and Jonathan Carpenter, who had a display on the grafting of
plants.
In the high school, first place went to Christina Egler, who did a
study of dolphins. Second place went to Hamp Livingston who studied
the effects of music on flsh In an enclosed tank.
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on a job mell done.





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New Oyster Rules Take Effect In Florida Immediately


Tallahassee-The Department
of Environmental Protection
(DEP) announced this week that
new rules designed to reduce
risks to those who consume oys-
ters became effective April 1.
Last month in Orlando, mem-
bers of the Interstate Shellfish
Sanitation Conference (ISSC), the
National Shellfish Sanitation Pro-
gram and DEP officials met and
voted to implement two emergen-
:cy rules in an effort to counteract
the U. S. Food and Drug Adminis-
tration's recommended seven-
month closure for oyster harvest-
ing.
The ruling comes at a critical


time to oyster harvesters-with
water temperatures rising, the
marine bacteria Vibrio Vulnificus
becomes more prevalent. Vibrio
occtirs naturally, rather than as a
result of pollution, and therefore,
may be present in clean waters
that are approved for oyster har-
vesting during warm months
(April October).

When added to existing rules
requiring oyster shellstock tags
and retail distributors to bear
warnings to high-risk individuals;
of the potential dangers from con-
suming the raw product, the po-.
tential for vibrio should be drasti-


cally reduced.
The new rules include:
*A six-hour cut in handling
time to assure the consumer a
fresh product. Oyster harvesters,
as of April 1, must have their
products delivered to the process-
ing: plant by '6 p.m. of the same
day as harvest. Past rules allow'
the harvester to continue to har-
'vest until sunset and deliver by-
midnight the same night. -"
A termination date for un--
shucked oysters.; Under the new
rule, unshucked oysters will also
be required to have a "last sale"
date on It, similar to milk and,


dairy products. In the past, shelf
life rules have applied only to
shucked oysters. As of April 1,
both shucked and unshucked
oysters must be pulled from
shelves. if not sold after 14 days
from harvest
As always raw oysters
should NEVER be consumed by
those persons inhigh-risk cate-
g ories Steaming or blanching
"'oysters does not always provide
Enough heat to kill all the Vibrio
: bacteria. ,Thorough cooking. kills
the Vibrio bacteria and markedly
reduces the risk of becoming ill.
'In addition to those individu-'


St Vincent is Red Wolf rpagtion Site


Release Into Wild Last Year


Fine Catch!

Shown above are Ariann Stewart, left and John Kisner, right
with their "catch of the day" on March 20th with Captain Dave Mul
lis of Spindrift Charters of Mexico Beach. Ariann proudly displays
her 67-pound Cobia while John boasts a 34-pound Cobia.
Thfj ''are evidently "warming up" for th upcoming annual
Ling lival:a whfch islheld in Medico Beach, beginning April 14
And con-tnuing through May 13.


St. Vincent Island is one of
three island propagation sites in;
the Red Wolf Recovery Program. z,
The: refuge's mission is to give ,
wolves "wild experience" prior to
release at mainland release sites.., _
Refuge personnel released a
male wolf, 411M,: from the hold-
ing pen on January 19 of last;
year, after a one-month acclima-
tion period. He soon Joined female
453F who had been roaming free-
ly since June 23, 1993. The pair
bred and raised a family in the"
wild. Radio tracking indicated
that the pups were born approxi-'
mately May 16, 1994. The wolves"`.
traveled over large portions of the
refuge. .
On July 31, 1994, wildlife of-,
ficers found 453F's collar In the:)
water, near the 'edge .of Oyster.:,,
Pond. In August, a visitor report-
ed reddish-gray hair and skin at
S the edge of Oyster Pond about:
300 yards from the collar loca-
tdon. This evidence suggests that ,
453F may have been killed by an
alligator. No evidence of her was,
seen during the winter capture
"period;: consequently, she is pre-
sumed dead.. ,
They, then captured male ;
411M, and three pups during this
past winter. Female pup 765F.
male pup 767M, and male pup'
s '771M survived the rigors of life of
SL Vincent Island. No evidence of ,,
S any other wolves was seen on the
island. The four wolves were radio
collared, given heath exams, and


Annual Spn







BeachClean-Up


'The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners and the Sea Oats and
Dunes Garden Club are again sponsoring "Beach Cleanup". We will
begin pickup on Monday, April 17, 1995, so be sure to place your items
on the right-of-way by Friday, April 14, 1995, This is a one time pickup,.
we will not go back a second time, so be sure and have all items out by
Friday, April14, 1995. "


*, ALSO PLEASE SEPARATE ITEMS *o* **
(i.e. White Goods, Wood Products, Yard Debris, Etc.)
NO HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE
Please help make this cleanup, the BEST ever!!!!
Michael L. Hammond, Chairman


This message sponsored by:

Gulf County Board of County Commissioners

and Sea Oats and Dunes Garden Club


vaccinated.
i, The staff received a new fe-
nale 437F for the upcoming
"breeding season. She and the
'41-1M male will be held in an en-
'closure until they breed. At that
"time they plan to release them
and allow, them' to raise a family
on the refuge. The pups born in
1994 will remain on the refuge
and help raise the new litter until
the fall of 1995. At that time they
will be captured for release at
mainland release sites.


als considered high-risk due to
liver disease other high-risk cate-
gories include persons who have
the following:
Compromised immune sys-
tems; chronic alcohol abuse; can-
cer (especially if taking anti-
cancer drugs or radiation treat-
ment); diabetes mellitus, chronic
kidney disease; inflammatory
bowel disease (or any person re-
ceiving immuniosuppresive drugs);
steroid dependency (as used' for


conditions such as chronic ob-
structive pulmonary disease,
etc.); Achlorhydria (a condition in
which the normal acidity of the
stomach is reduced or absent).
Person interested in obtain-
ing a copy of the rule changes
should contact: Mark Collins. En-
vironmental Administrator, DEP,
Division of Marine Resources,
3900 Commonwealth Blvd., MS
205, Tallahassee, 'FL 32399-
3000. 904/488-5471.


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NEW LISTINGS:
118 N. 38th St. Mexico Beach: a rare find CA-
NALFRONT single family home on beautiful
S lot with boat.dock and block sea wall!!,This
3 bdrm., 2 ba;. brick home is ingreat condd
Nice liv. din. & kit. combot with breakfast. bar
& sliding glass doors which lead to 23'x9'4"
screened porch that overlooks the canaH
Cen. gas heat & elec. ACI Underground
sprinkler system w/shallow well & pump for
yard. Lovely yard 'area. Single car covered
carport w/cement drive for '2 other cars. Boat
dock on canal 6'x30' w/water at dock. Great
second home or primary residence Much
morel $142,560.00.
7118 Hwy. 98, Beacon Hill. Two bdrm., 1 ba.,
home on gulfview lot! Enclosed front. porch.
overlooks the Gulfl Half of room used as din.
area & half used as den. Lg. liv. rm. w/open
shelves between den. Kitchen includes elec.
range and refrigerator. Cen. electric heat and
AC. Fenced yard. 67' frontage on Hwy. 98.
Easy beach access $70,000.00.
Corner New Mexico & Maryland Blvd. (2) 100' x
158.33' lots. Only short walk to the beach!.
Mexico Beach Unit 14, BIk A, Lots'2 &.4.
$18,000.00 for both together.

HOMES Mexico Beach
421 California Drive Mexico Beach. Lovely 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
home in quiet residential neighborhood on 100' x 108.33'
lot. Living room has vaulted ceiling and beautiful stone
': wall fireplace Nice kitchen w/dining area. Appliances In-
clude refrig. & rangel Sliding glass doors off kitchen lead
: to back patio area. 'Single car garage. Nice yard! Excellent
Starter home Central heat/air. In excellent condition,
S $62.500.00. ,
ST. JOE BEACH
CORONADO GULFVIEW #6, end of Coronado St. & Hwy. 98,
Waterfront. Super nice Ig. 1 bd., 1 bath unit on the Gulfl Pri-
vate sun dec Lg. liv., din., & kit. coibbo Completef fur-
nish d Gdlrn* MI Kit 1111f 1 inOmnter
spac1, larfenBude re 'e ker, e. mi-
crowave. washer & dryer. Nice beach area $70,000.
106 MAGELLAN ST. Charming two bedroom, two bath single family
home on 50' x 125' lot only steps to the beach! Completely fur-
nlshed and ready for you to move Inl Large 31'x11' screened
porch on front has view of the Gulfl Lovely back patio area
with picnic table & chairs Lg. liv. rm., kitchen has nice all
wood cabinets, includes refrig wiice maker, range, & micro-
wave. Both bedrooms have Ig. walk-in closets. Util. rm. with
wasner:& dryerl Ceiling fans throughout Very nicely decorat-
ed and well equipped Must see this onel 72600.00. Re-
duced $67,000. New roof just completed
LOTS ON MEXICO BEACH
Residential Zoned for Homes Only
Arizona Dr. & California Dr. (3) 100' x 108.33' cleared lots in
residential area. Unit 14, BIk E, lbts 13, 15, 16. $10,000.00
each or. all 3 together for $27,000.00.
20th Street 100' x 100' lot only steps to the beach Beautiful.
shade trees, cleared, nice residential- neighborhood. Unit
3, BIk 3, Lot 4. $23,000.00.
California Drive 1 & 1/2 lots in residential area. Unit'14, BIk:
F, Lot 7 & portion lot 8. $6,000.00.
Arizona Drive -.(5) 100'x108' lots. Unit 14, BIk D, Lots 6, 8, 10,
12,14. Owner financing. Reduced to $5,500.00 each.
Colorado Drive: 100' x 158.33' lots. Unit 14, BIk C, Lots 15, 17.
19. $7,500.00 each.
Texas Drive (2) 100'x100' lots. Unit 14, BIk G, Lots 9, 10.
$8,000.00 each.
7th Street.- 100'xl08' lot. On paved street. Walking distance to
the Beach. Unit 14, BIk D, Lot 15. $10,000.00.
WysongAvenue:. 109' x 100 nice shaded lot on paved street in
nice subdivision: Underground utilities. Unit 17, BIk 1, Lot
8. $3,08,Q00, Reduced to $9,500.00.
Magnolia Ave.: 75'x102' lot only 1/2 block to the gulf Good gulf
view. Unit 11, BIk 8, Lot 7. $2a6.3OO,O. Reduced to
$23,500..
Lots-Wysong Avenue: Two (2) large lots on paved street in
nice residential neighborhood w/underground utilities.'
Cleared, filled, beautiful shade trees $30,000.00


FEATURE OF THE WEEK!
BEACON HILL
JUNIPER LODGE, 7112 W. Hwy. 98 Beacon Hill. ATTENTION
INVESTORS!! If .you're looking lor a multi-unit apartment.
building 'cbos to the beach, we have what you're looking ,,
tor! This 2 Story ouilding:has four rental units just-across the
hWy. from the beach Three one bedroom, one) bath units
and on two bedroom, one bath unit! All units are meterea
separately for electric, shared water meter. Two upstairs
units have sun deck which overlooks the Gulll Two large
garage areas for storage with possible efficiency apartment
area at back of units, also parking lot at back of lot. Central
heat & AC in each unill Presently rented Lot sze, 83' on
Hwy. 98 x 76.6" x 87.04' x 74.55'. 6144090 Reduced to
$99,900.00.

California Drive: 100'x 108.33' lot w/lg. septic lank. Nice neigh-
borhbod. $12,000.00. Mexico Beach Unit 14, BIk E, Lot
S 12. -
Corner Texas Dr. and Hwy. 386-A: Two large corner lots with nice
shade trees. Nice neighborhood. $20,00.00. Mexico Beach
Unit 14, BIk F, Lots 24,26.
41st Street 75' x 90' beachside lot. Unit 7, BIk 9, lot 12.
$40,000 .
LOTS ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES
Maryland Blvd. 75'x100' lot. Unit 12A, BIk C, Lot 4.
$13,000.00. Zoned for mobile homes.
Corner 5th St. & Cathay Lane 2 large lots zoned for mobile
homes. Corner lot is 110' x 148"and lot on 5th St. is 100' x
168.70'. Reduced $20,000.00 fbr both lots together. Unit
16, lots 2, 3. 3 '
8th St. between Florld ,oanl ve. 50' x 150' lot zoned
for mobile home o 10,.9 jie beach Unit 1, Blk. 11,
NW 50' of lots 11, W, W T2 O,
ST. JOE BEACH : ,
Ward St.- (2) 75'j 150 lotsO zged forC r bil home. Q;ome.
2, c o PoslroPn
204 Bay St., St. Joe Beach. Cozy 3 bdrm., 2 be. single family
home on 2 lots only steps to the beach Fam. game rm w/
pool table & bar. Bright airy kitchen has bar & fluorescent
light. Lovely florida rm. off din. area has vaulted ceiling.
Lg. master bdim. has 2 ceiling fans & lighted walk-in clos-
e'at. Cen. elec. h&a. Carpet & vinyl throughout like newly
Very nicely decorated and furnished $65,000,00.
GULFAIRE
219 Gulfaire Dr., Gullaire Subd.. Lovely 3 bdrm., 2 bath brick
home on beautiful 75' x 150' lot Lg. liv. rm & din. rm. w/
ceilling fan. Din. r1fiasidirg glass doors which lead to
glass Florida rool Kitdy*htes an dbgdance of all wood
cabinets & butch ,blkJcIinter ba. Sky light makes
kitchen very bri 'a.WH Imanafbdrm. has lighted
full walk-in closet. This home is handicapped accessible &
designed. Cen. h&a. 2 car garage w/extra cement parking
pad for RV or boat. Much'morell $100,000.00.
Gulfalre Drive 80.7' x 126.88' home lot, BIk C, Lot 23.
$16,000.00. Owner will consider financing
Periwinkle Dr. 75' x 125' lot, BIk F, Lot 6. $30,000.00.
Gulfaire Drive, Gulfalre I I1isift"- 70'x115' home lot. BIk
G, Lot 2. Good view"p WtM s5,000.00.
WATERFRONT
Hwy. .98 ST. JOSEP'S JgESH20'x397' waterfront lot.
$120,000.00. Possi H rilin.
:. OVERSTREET
Pine Street 1.02 acres with power pole on property 165' x
270' close to canal. $20,000-.0Q Reduced to $1.5,000.
229 Forest Ave.,' 3 bedroom, 2 bEth double wide mobile home
on'1 1/8 acres. Very well kept & maintained, in mint cond.
Living room has cathedral ceiling w/calling fan. Kitchen
has bar, and vei adequate cabinet aI counter spae.
Master tenrIif fanc a -
dentubu Is coI h
pond, Fruit trees, nice garden spot. Large covered porch
on front. (4~0. ,Reduced to $29,900.00
406 N. Canal Dr., Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath stucco home on the In-
tracoastal waterway. Beautiful lot with 100' on the'- Intracoastal,
approx. 1 acre. Uv. rm. has cathedral ceiling w/ceiling fan. Lg.
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Reform Proposals Are

Refreshing to Legislature"
Two-Party System Brings End
To Many Entrenched Rules
A breath of fresh air is churning through the Florida ,Legislature,
thanks to the first two-party system in old Taxahassee in more than 120
years. It may just turn Into a real old-fashioned humdinger of a blowout.
Sacred cows are falling all over the place.
State capitol observers credit the reform to lawmakers on' the cam-
paign trail getting the message 'from their constituents back home that
they're tired of politics as usual and really want some reform. Going
down, according to early estimates that could change before the session
ends, are:
PUBLIC CAMPAIGN FINANCING that last year gave statewide candi-
dates $12 million in tax money to run some of the nastiest election cam-
paigns'in modem times. Dearly loved by Gov. Lawton chiles who spon-
sored it and got the most money, the program was shot down in
committee, at least for now, by Sen. Robert Harden, R-Fort Walton
Beach. Harden said it forces Florida taxpayers to support candidates who
need money to run but areIn't of their choosing.
LAST MINUTE ATTACK POLLS that sway voters with negative infor-
mation just before the election with no time left for a rebuttal or even an
opportunity to discount incorrect information given as truth.
PLUM COAThAITEE ASSIGNMENTS given by political party leaders to
-candidates who give surplus campaign money to the party, in effect, buy-
ing the appointment.-A bill sets a limit of $10,000 that can be returned.
SUBSTITUTE CANDIDATES viata bill that has strong support Which
will prohibit a candidate from withdrawing from one race and running in
another where a ringer candidate has qualified to hold a possible seat
open for a bigger-name candidate. Former Secretary' of State Jim Smith
comes,to mind. '
Another reform, which this old reporter doesntdlike much, is 'a bill
that would do,away with the 'second primary or runoffs' in elections be-
cause io candidate got a majority vote. I like the majority will to not be
circumvented the way politicians are'adept' at doing. ''': "
Many of the reform proposals are in a package groomed by recently
elected' Republican Secretary of State Sandra (What a girl) Mortharn.who
is challenging the old way politicians have been doing business in Flori-
da ,:-
A recent example of the need for campaign- law reform has been dis-
closed.,in the Florida panhandle; where newspapers have been reporting
Gov. Lawton Chiles did not include campaign contributions from sup-
porter-hunting buddy Joe Bruner, a Fort Walton Beach businessman,
who put up campaign signs throughout North Florida for Chiles in his
successful race against Jeb Bush. Chiles' pled ignorance to Bruner's in-
volvement.:His campaign spokesman said Bruner acted independently.
But guess what? Bruner has been appointed by Chiles to a spot on
the Florida Tourist Commission.
HYPOCRISY: A hypocritical scheme was being played' out last week
in the legislature as a Senate panel took the first step to repeal a law that
gives Florida a chance to win big in damages from the tobacco industry
by removing any blame from smokers for their illnesses.
Senators voted 11-3 for repeal of the law, claiming smokers deserve'
some of the blame and they were hoodwinked by Gov. Lawton Chiles and
a few key senators who slipped the new law through without debate in
the closing days of the session last year. .
"I'm very disappointed knowing that you personally were a part of
that deception," Sen. Fred Dudley, R-Cape Coral, told Attorney Gen. Bob,
Butterworth. "I'm disappointed that you were not aware of what was hap-
pening on the Senate floor," Butterworth answered.,
Gov. Chiles has used the law to file a $1.4 billion lawsuit against.
Philip Morris ahd other tobacco companies. He has said early on in.the
flak over the srieak law that he wouldn't veto it's repeal if lawmakers just
limited it to tobacco companies. The Associated Industries of Florida lob-.
by contends alcohol and meat industries could expect to be sued too if it
is allowed to stand.
Chiles issued an executive order limiting the law to tobacco compa-
nies, but Senator said such an order could be changed by any other gov-
ernor who goes into office in Florida. Dexter Douglas, his attorney, has
said Chiles will continue with the suit against the tobacco companies,
even if the House and Senate override his veto.
THEY SAID IT: "When they talk about cutting government.rl, guess
I'm talklg to lhe choir and,looking,at-.the Jead singer, over.here-ion -my
left," Presidenti tinton said in his speech to the Florida Legislature. refer-,
ring to Gov. Lawton Chiles. Yeah.
"What do you mean, what are we going to do with it? We're going to
beat Republicans." State Democratic Chairman Terris Brady said when
asked about the $500,000 big shots and lobbyists paid to attend a lunch-
eon with Clinton on his historic first time visit to the Florida Legislature.
"I could give a willy who the owner of the property is," Secretary of
State Sandra Mortham (sometimes known as Snow White), told Florida's
male cabinet members (sometimes known as the six little men) when
they voted to pay Lykes Brothers $12.4 million for set-aside land in Lake
County's Green Swamp. One of them, Insurance Commissioner Bill Nel-
son, said he may bring it up again at the April 13 meeting after he was
told later that Lykes has invested in Coastal Petroleum, a firm that wants
to drill for oil off Florida's Gulf Coast.
"I thought the governor was referring to a veto override session," Sen.
Fred R. Dudley, R-Cape Coral, saidto Education Commissioner Frank
Brogan in a subcommittee meeting during a discussion of Gov. Chiles'
suggestion to call for a special session on education. ,
"If you think we're going to sit here and let you Republicans pull a
truck' up to our programs in the rural areas of this state and.Just haul
them away, you're mistaken," fominer Senate President Pat Thomas, D-
Quincy, in a- Ways and Means subcommittee, meeting. Thomas told this
reporter later he thought he had stopped most of the raids on' rural pro-
grams, especially in his district, but he was waiting around to see if they
were going to be brought up again.

Capital News Round-Up:
On the day President Bill Clinton addressed the Legislature, a Flori-
da Senate committee passed. a no-new-taxes budget that would spend
$200 million more on schools than Gov. Lawton Chiles called for in his
session opening speech.
With prisons as another big winner, the $38.7 billion 'spending plan
goes to the full Senate Thursday where minority Democrats are expected
to challenge whether enough will be spent on welfare reform and disad-
vantaged pre-kindergarten programs for children of the poor.,
The full Florida House also on Thursday will consider It's $38.9 bil-
lion budget passed through committee after Cllnton's speech that appro-
priates about the same amount of money for schools and welfare but dif-'
fers widely on specific programs. House Speaker Peter Wallace, D-St.
Petersburg. for instance, wants money that isn't in the Senate budget to
limit class sizes in the first few grades of school to 20 students. The sen-
ate gives more money to higher education than the House.
Both bills will go to a joint legislative committee for compromises be-
fore final, adoption expected in the closing days of the regular session
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quired by the constitution to pass before adjourning.
None of the proposed malor legislation had passed halfway through
the session late last week. So far the House has dragged its feet on legis-
lation, prompting charges-denied by Speaker Wallace-that he is hold-
ing up Senate bills to gain leverage In the bargaining expected in the
closing days of the session.
The Senate has passed a strong bill eliminating many state rules and
regulations and making It harder to enact new ones, but the House so fari
has not passed its version. The Senate has also passed a criminal justice
reform package requiring prisoners to serve 85 percent of their sentences
and lengthening some sentences. The House has not passed on it or of-_
fered one of its own.
Other big issues expected In the closing days include bills to protect
private property owners from government rules without damaging the en-
vironment and a telecommunications package to assure competition for
local telephone services and thus bring prices down for the consumer.
Gov..Chiles' health insurance package that would subsidize pay-
ments for the working poor appears dead in both houses. Clinton-whose
own health reform program fizzled in Congress-didn't even mention It in
his speech, although he plugged thlles' welfare reform projects in
Gainesville and Pensacola mightily. Expansion of the program is not in
the Senate budget bill. .
The biggest environmental issue this session appIear to be whether
to dismantle Rodman Dam, thus draining Lake Oklawaha in Putnam and
Marion counties and restoring that section of the Oklawaha River. Senti-
ment in the House appears to be to dismantle the locks, but keep the
dam and lake for its recreational value. A bill by Rep. Kelley Smith, D-
Palatka, would do that and levyfees on sports fishermen to pay for its
maintenance. The dam and lake were a part of the once proposed but lat-
er abandoned Florida State Barge Canal.;
AUTO FEE RETURN: Motorists who paid a $295 impact fee for
bringing'an out-of-state motor vehicle into Florida between July 1. 1990
and June 30, 1991, would be refunded in a bill that passed the House Fi-
nance and Taxation subcommittee. There is strong sentiment in both the
House and Senate to pass the legislation. The Florida Supreme Court has
ruled the law requiring the Impact fee is unconstitutional in a lawsuit
filed for motorists who paid the fee.after June 30, 1991,,
NOT COLLEGE READY: A Readiness for College report presented to
the Florida Cabinet shows only 57.8 percent of high school graduates en-
tering college could pass all three sections of college entrance exams that
test reading, writing and math skills. The poorest performance was in ru-
ral North Florida and Dade counties. Only 36.3 percent of black students
who took the test passed all threesections; 42 percent. of the Hispanics
passed; 62.6 percent of the Asiars; and 67.9 percent of the white stu-
dents 1paissed. Studeiits going to state universities didfar better than stu-'
dents going to cbmminity colleges (92.2 percent passing all three tests to
41.1 percent). There were also wide disparities in performances between
counties in the report given by the Department of Education.
NEW OYSTER RULES: New state rules on harvesting oysters require
quicker processing and sale to make oysters safer to eat. Florida and oth-
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Wewahitchka

Elementary

News...
By Linda Whitfield


Last Week For WES Student
Teachers'
WES has been fortunate, in
having four great.studenit teach-.
ers during the past several
months, but like all good things;,,
it is now drawing .to a close.
These ladies have enriched, our
lives as we have come to know
them and we will really miss ,
them. Good luck and best wishes
to Kim Whitfield,: Sarah: Crum,
Melanie Hinote and "Annette
Minger. Students ,and teachers
alike appreciate you. ,
Planetarium Trip For Third
Grade Cancelled (For Now)
The .third grade students
were scheduled to journey to Tal'-
lahassee last Friday. March 31,
but because safety is our first
consideration, we cancelled the
trip until, Friday, April 21. Any
,parent wishing to go, please con-
tact your child's '.teacher. Again,
your child needs to be picked up
at school at 4:00 p.m. on that
day.
Peter Cottontail
After the strenuous week of
SCTBS, this week- is helping lead
'us into the Easter holiday. We


Classes to Dismiss
Early for Inservice
& Spring Holidays
Gulf County Schools Will be
dismissed early on Thursday arid
Friday. April 6th and 7th.
Students -are being released
early Thursday due to a sched-
uled teacher .Inservice,. session--
.and Friday for the onsetl.of Spring
iHolidays.
The dismissal schedules will
be as follows:


were, singing "Here Comes Peter
Cottontail" the other day and It
sure brought back happy memo-
ries for me. This time of re-birth
in the spring is so meaningful to
the children. Easter break will be-
gin on Friday, April 7th at noon.
Happy Holiday!
Aloha, Suel
One of our T.E.A.M. teachers,
Sue McDaniel, and her mother
and sister will be flying to Hawaii
during spring break. Plans are to
island hop at least 3 of the chain
of islands that are known as Ha-
Swail. Since flying time is over' 9
hours,. Sue is taking a really large
book to read. Mother and daugh-
ters are looking forward to seeing
an aunt and uncle there that they
haven't seen in a long time.
CTBS Inservice
Monday, April 3, teachers
from all schools 'in the county
met with Dr. Bidwell at the school


SThursday, April 6
PORT ST. JOE (E.T.)
Port St. Joe Elementary:
North Port St. Joe ..............11:41
Remaining Buses ............... 11:46
Highland View Elementary:
Highland View.. ................... 11:41
Overstreet Bus...................12:15
P.S.J. Middle School ..........11:51
P.S.J. High School............. 12:00
WEWAHITCHKA C.T.)
Main Street Site............ 11:45
Wewa Elem. School .........11:50
Wewa High School.......... 12:00
.Friday, April7 ,
PORT ST. JOE (E.T.)
Port St. Joe Elementary:
KIDS... ........................... 11:36


board office. Dan Gall, from Pana-
ma City, who also works with
McGraw Hill, instructed teachers
how to better interpret the CTBS
scores. Now I know that Scale
Scores means "growth". Repre-
senting WES was Pam Lister and
Linda Whitfield. .It was a most
productive day.
5th & 6th Social Studies
Projects On Display
Rebecca Birmingham, social
studies teacher would like to in-
vite the public in to view the proY-
jects that her classes did. The
students have had 6 weeks to,
complete these projects and they
are very good. Drop by and see
them. They will be in the Media:
Center.
Hatching Eggs In Science
Joe Walker is hatching eggsl
Actually, he's not sitting on them,
but rather he's using an incuba-
tor. As they hatch, the students
are getting to take the little fluffy
chicks home to keep for a pet.
Mrs. Walker's second graders
strolled over one day to see the
chicks and they also got to look
through a great big microscokl
and view pond scum. It may not
sound like a treat tq you, but to a
child, any kind of new experience,
of nature is wonderful.
Happy Easter
On behalf of Jerry E. Kelley
and the entire staff of WES, let ub
wish you the happiest of Easter
holidays. We hope everyone has a
safe and happy time. When we re-
turn on April 17, there will be one
six weeks left. Where has the time
gone?


North Port St. Joe ............ 11:46
Remaining Buses........... 11:51
Highland View Elementary:
Highland View................11:51
Overstreet Bus (Pate) ......... 12:20
P.S.J. Middle School ..........11:56
P.S.J. High School............ 12:05

WEWAHITCHKA (C.T.)
Main Street Site .............11:45'
Wewa Elem. School .........11:50
Wewa High School............. 12:00
Breakfast will be served on
Friday,: April 7 at the elementary
schools. .
Lunch will not be served on
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Last month we sent out a
questionnaire asking our parents
to Indicate' why they sent their
children to Faith Christian
School. They were given a choice
of seven reasons to number In or-
der of priority. Here are the top
three selections in the results of


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Faith Christian School
that survey:
I-Parents want a Bible-
centered education for their chil-
dren.
#2-Parents who enroll their
children in our Christian school
are looking for an academic cur-
riculum. which is supportive of


Port St. Joe Middle School News
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The CTBS tests are finally
over with and we're all ready for a
spring break. The sports continue
this week along with clubs and
six weeks tests. We're all keeping
extremely busy this week.
The middle school softball
team. played against Carrabelle
losing one, but' coming back
strong and winning the second
with a victory of; 17-7.; Congtratu-
lations girls! ,..
The seventh grade students
of the week for last week were Da-


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Emanating from space, "tray- the awa
eling near the speed of light and resource<
arriving on an average 'of six space ai
times a day to the science depart- '
ment of Port St. Joe High,. and On
zoomed to all ports of Interest is ceiving
one of the latest educational, tech- hardwa
nologies in use by the department puter to
in its effort to board the global into usa
communication network. For sev- St. Joe
eral months these earth-bound ground
signals from American and, for- middle
eign polar-orbiting satellites help, schools
to keep the resources updated on APT..
a daily basis. The
The project is .sponsored by 'vice acp
the Florida EXPLORES! F.S.U. all stii
Department of Meteorology, fund- lished
ed through the Florida Technolog- and it is
ical Research and Development the Flor
Authority and the Florida Depart- work. I
ment of Education and supported hope to
by NOAA and NASA to enhance chronot


vid Lee and Danielle Bryan. Great
job guys.
Six weeks tests are scheduled
for Thursday and Friday. April 6
and 7, of this week. Study hard
and do your best!
We will have half days Thurs-
day and Friday of this week and
next week is the official "spring
break' '95" of the middle school.
Hope. .all of you enjoy your vaca-
tion.
Well, that's it. Have a great
week!


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System
areness and knowledge of
es and careers in the
nd earth sciences.
loan from F.S.U. is a re-
aritenna, software and
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able weather images. Port
High School is one of 130
stations at high schools,
schools and elementary
across the state receiving

ir goal is to share this ser-
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be receiving from Geosyn-
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their Christian philosophy of edu-,
cation.
#3-Parents enroll their chil-
dren In our Christian school be-
cause they are looking for a
strong academic program.
The first three priorities of
the parents closely relate to the
purpose of Faith Christian
School. The number one purpose
Is to introduce students to the
truth of God's Word and to God's,
love for them as shown in Christ's
death and resurrection.
Second, we want to provide a,
Christian atmosphere in which
the student can grow physically
and spiritually: Third is to give
students at Faith Christian a sol-,
id academic foundation using a:
Bible-based curriculum so that
,they are prepared for whatever di-'
rection God leads them in future
years.
The fourth reason given by
parents was the influence of the,
teachers, the physical safety of"
the students was fifth, and sixth
was to cultivate Christian friend-
ships., Last was a concern about.
the new out-come based educa-
tion which is a national, but not,
local, concern. Other reasons that,
were not listed but have been giv-
en to me orally were the small
classroom size and the individual
attention given to each student.


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.;' Sixth Grade Spotlight
Karissa Thomas is the 12-
year old daughter of Roger and,
Kathy Thomas and lives in Port
St. Joe.
Karissa's favorite subject in
school, is social studies because
she likes studying about the past.
I,,,,n reflecting back, she said she
really enjoyed learning about the
Revolutionary War.
She also likes to roller blade,
ride her bike, play softball and
play her piano-but mostly just
enjoys being outside. Her excite-
ment was showing as she talked
about the upcoming spring vaca-
tion camping trip her familyhas
planned to take at Lake Talquin.
Karissa is involved in her
church's activities and sings with
a trio there at times.
When asked about sixth
grade, Karissa says, "It's cool .
it's funl I kinda' don't want to
leave because I've been here since
kindergarten."
Karissa would like to become
a teacher or a physical therapist
after high school.
Alex Hemandez is the .11-
year old son of Alex and Jo Her-
nandez and lives in Mexico
Beach. ,
Alex's favorite subjects in
school are science and math
which will benefit him in his fu-
ture plans of becoming an astro-
naut.
Alex enjoys collecting base-
ball cards and model cars. He
likes to play baseball and football
and spends some evening hours
observing the stars, the moon
and the galaxy with his telescope.
He is active in church youth
activities and likes to sing in the
choir.
When asked about sixth
grade.-.Alex says. lfTIlodoking feibr
ward to going to seventh grade"
Alex also, would like to go to
England again sometime in the
future.
Early Dismissals
April 6.................. .............. 11:41
.April 7................................. 11:51
(Lunch will not be served.),
April 10-14 ......... Spring Holidays
Track 'N Field
All fourth, fifth and sixth
graders are invited to participate
in our annual Track 'N Field Day
in Wewahitchka on April 28. The
students practice in their P.E.,
classes for the meet and are
ready for the big event.
Parents and other :relatives
arid friends may attend. Food and
refreshments will be served for a,
small price.


Bulldog News
Port St. Joe Elementary School


Students of the Week
Congratulations to our' Stu-
dents Of The Week! They 'are:
Brittany Barnes. Keijuan Farmer,
Jonathan Roney, Mallory Banks,
Julia Comforter, Shelton Leslie,
Evette Gant and Jared Squire.
Positive Action
Our Positive Action-'Word For
The Week" is COURAGE.
The future can be frightening.
But knowledge can help you
manage.your fears. Although you
can't know what the future will
bring, you can make it less fright-
ening by planning for it. It's not
too soon to start thinking about
jobs arid careers. Will you want to
go to college? Many young people
start finding out about colleges in
middle school. Who can help you
with your future plans? Your par-
ents? School counselors? Anyone
else?
Spring Fling
Our Spring Fling has been re-
scheduled for Saturday, April 29.


We are still in need of volunteers.
If you are able to volunteer,
please contact your child's teach-
er. We're counting on you'll I
Early Disrmissal
Due to teacher inservice and
Spring Holidays, school will be
dismissed early on Thursday,
April 6 and Friday, April 7. We
will be dismissed at 11:36 on
both days.
Easter Basket
The P.T.A. is raffling a very
large Easter basket.' Tickets are
being sold for $1.00 before school
and during break.

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ing an athletic trainer next year
needs to see Coach Rainwater as
soon as possible. The information
about training camp is in.
The Senior National Honor
Society is preparing to induct its
new members in April. Therefore,
all members need to pay their
dues by April 25th and no later!
They are $5.00 per semester; a
total of $10.00 for the year.
Seniors, remem-
ber that the beach
party is planned for
April 21st. You must
pay your class dues if
you plan to partici-
pate.
The boy's and '
Girl's basketball teams
wish to thank Mrs.
Crosby for the dinner
at the N.C.O. Club. U
You have been a big
help all year long.
Congratulations to
the following who were
selected as Students of the
Month for March:
9th grade ......... Dottie Davis
10th grade ............ Matthew Todd
11th grade ............ Jeff Player
12th grade ......... Dacole McCloud
Another name is added to the
senior list of college acceptance.
Aisha Harris has been accepted
at Johnson and Wales University
in Providence,. Rhode Island.
What a way to expand your hori-
zons-we're proud of youl
The following is the schedule
for the fifth six weeks tests:
Thurs., April 6......1st, 3rd & 5th
Friday, April 7 ......2nd, 4th & 6th
I There will be early dismissal
on Thursday at 12:00 due to a'


teacher inservice. Also, students
will be dismissed at 12:05 on Fri-
day. No lunch will be served on
that day. Have a FUN and SAFE
Spring Break!t
The FBLA is presently selling
tickets for an Easter basket; the
cost is $1.00. Please support this
group and you could take home a
basket full of "goodies" on April
7th.
The careers class is being of-
fered to students
again this summer.
It's a three-week
course through which
students visit and
tour different busi-
nesses and see first-
hand how they are op-
erated and managed.
Enrolled students go
on field trips .every
day and experience
some of the careers
that are in the work
place. If you are inter-
ested, sign up in the
guidance office or see
Coach Belin in room #718 if you
have any questions.
Florida Blue Key has sent
Port St. Joe High scholarship
application forms for 1995 Uni-
versity of Florida freshmen.' Crite-
ria for selection are community
and school activities, as well as
scholastic achievement. Interest-
ed students may pick up an ap-
plication for in the guidance of-
fice.
Congratulations to Dave Da-
\1s and Robert Williams who
placed third at the state weight-
lifting meet. Matt Roberson and
Shannon Ga'nt placed sixth' in
competition at the' Sneet. Good job
guys!


//








THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. APRIL 6. 1995 PAGE 5B


'"Hope Is Alive"
at First Baptist
The sanctuary choir and dra-
ma cast of First Baptist Church
_of Port' St. Joe will present an

P-Ueae---,?-h
Church of our Choic


Easter musical entitled "Hope Is
Alive" on Saturday and Sunday,
April 15 and 16. The program will
begin at 7:00 p.m. each night.
Everyone in the area is invit-
ed to come and enjoy this moving
. performance.
No admission will be charged
for the program. A nursery will be
provided for the use of those at-
tending.


- CHILDREN'S HEALTH FORUM


AHabits


By

Elizabeth C. Jones, M.D. j

" Many parents worry or are annoyed by various habit patterns
children exhibit Habits In children that cause parents to ask for
medical advice include: thumb sucking, biting fingernails,
bedwetting, tics, masturbation and head banging.
SThumb or finger sucking does distort the teeth and cause
dental occlusion if prolonged and excessive, but the sucking.is an
expression of a need for oral activity the child expresses in this way.
I tell parents the orthodontist is cheaper than the psychiatrist,
meaning it is better not to create more problems by strenuous
efforts to stop the sucking.
Nail biters feel a compulsive need to chew at every little sprig of
nail or cuticle that appears. Parents can help children who bite
nails by daily attention to the child's nails. Cream or lotion (applied
ahd rubbed in well) keep the skin in better condition and make it
less likely to annoy the child with rough areas or pieces of tissue.
Parents should keep all loose pieces or skin trimmed carefully. Little
girls can often be coaxed not to bite their nails by applying nail
polish.
Bedwetting is usually a developmental problem that can be
worked out once the child is old enough to cooperate in a program
to stretch his bladder and make it larger.
Tics are involuntarymovements of head, eyelids, face, arms or
other body parts. Some children clear their throats. Some children
cough. Some children stutter. These are all problems that improve if
undue attention is riot applied to the child.
Just as a newborn explores the world through sucking, it is
.normal for children as they grow older to explore other parts of their
bodies. They find it pleasurable to touch penis and vaginal areas.
Repetitive touching is masturbation. Masturbation is a. part of
normal development. Children should learn such activity is a
private activity and is not accepted in public.
Head banging is rarely of such severity as to need attention.
Rarely a chfld will bang his head with such force that a football
helmet or foam padding is reconjmended for protection;.
AddiUon'lly, some children grind their teeth when they sleep.
This does not mean they have worms. It does mean they may grind
down their teeth if the grinding is excessive. The dentist may need
to make a bite plate for the child to wear.while sleeping to prevent
damage to the teeth...



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



"'THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP"
fFirstB tistt Church
102 THIRD STREET. PORT ST. JOE
.. Sunday School 9:45 am
Worship 11:00 am
Disciple Training 6:00 pm
SEvening Worship 7:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Meeting....7:00 pm
Gary Smith -Buddy Caswell
Pastor Minister of Music & Youth
\X, .


We Want You To Be
Part of the Friendly Place:
BILE STUDY ................. 945a m EVENING WORSHIP 7......... m.
MORNING WORSHIP................11.00 a.m. WEDNESDAY 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH TRAINING ........5:45 p.m.
Long Avenue Baptist Church
-, 1601 Long Avenue


CURTIS CLARK
Pastor


MARK JONES
Minister of Music



fFirst United e'letfiCoist Curch
SI, 111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 324.10
Morning Church ..........9:00 a.m. CT
Church School. .............. 10:00 a.m. CT
Nursery Provided

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


a s n *Constitution tnds Monument
Catch the SMnl PortSt.fYoe
THE UNITED METHODISTCHURCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School ......... 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship ......... 7:30 p.m.
Morning Worh4ip.... 11:00 a.m. Choir Practice
Methodist Youth Wednesday.........7:30 p.m.
Fellowship.......... 5:00 p.m.
Rev. Zedoc Baxter Charlotte Henderson
PASTOR YOUTH/ CHOIR DIRECTOR


Church of God Holy Week
To Host Revival Observance


The Highland View Church of
God will begin revival services
Sunday evening at 6:00 p.m. with
Reverend Daniel Kellum, pastor
of the Bonifay Church of God.
The following week night services
will begin at 7:00 p.m.
Dr. Elmore and the congrega-
tion extend a cordial invitation to
all to come and worship with
them in these services.
The church is located at 482
Pompano Street in Highland
View. For more information, call
229-6235.


The First United Methodist
Church will observe Holy Week
with a Lenten service and soup
and sandwich, luncheon Monday
through Thursday, April 10-13 at
noon daily.
There will be a different min-
ister each day who will bring the,
message at the service. Sched-
uled to speak are: Rev. Jeff Scalf
'on Monday, Rev. Larry Wells on
Tuesday,. Rev. Gary Smith on
Wednesday and Rev. Oliver Tay-
lor on Thursday. Following the
message each day in the sanctu-


Now that the Spring, 1995
mail-order seed company catalogs
are arriving at street addresses
all over Florida on a daily basis,
gardeners are faced, with the
problem (actually it is fun) of
making selections: for the scarcest
commodities in their garden-
space. Since the favorite item is
still the tomato,, some special
help for choosing what kinds of
tomatoes get the space this year
seems appropriate.
Most gardeners buy' trans-
plants at garden supply centers
so are somewhat "locked" by what
varieties are ayallable at planting
time. However, probably 15-25%
start from seeds purchased
through catalogs or seed .racks.
Now is the time for these latter
gardeners to buy seeds, either to
sow right away in seed-beds/
seedling containers, or to have on
hand at the proper sowing time.
'Florida-Bred Varieties
Because Florida is such an
important state in the commercial
production of tomatoes (crop val-
ued at over $700 million in 1991-
92 season), there have been many
outstanding varieties developed
and released by the University of
Florida over the years. Seeds of
many of these "native" old favor-'
ites are still available, along with
the newer releases. Here are
some that are still offered for sale
to gardeners. Since these are cus-
tot ;,, 'designed"'- vfor. Florida's
unique climate and growing con-
ditions, gardeners might be wise
to' include some of these along
with some other favorites such as
"Better Boy'", which like most-
Florida gardeners, has become a
"native" by acclimation.
Suggested Universityv
of Florida Varieties
(Large fruiting)
Flora-Dade: A, determinate
variety that sets a large number
of medium size fruits ready to
pick beginning 75 days from
transplanting. Resistant to verti-
cillium and fusarium wilt.
Floramerica: Good .determi-
nate, disease resistant variety
adapted throughout the state.
Early fruit (70 days) are over one
pound each. Susceptible to root-
knot nematodes.
Hayslip: 'Similai ,tod Flora-
Dade, but with improved yields of
medium size fruits (80 days).
Manlucie: A leading commer-
cial staking variety in the 1950's.
Fruits are- big, with a distinctive
blossom-end "stitch". Gardeners
also like it (80 days).
Manapal: An old favorite
staking variety popular in fields/
greenhouses during the 1960!s.
Fruits earlier (75 days) and a lit-
tle smaller that 'Manalucle'.
Solar Set: Determinate wilt
resistant variety that is noted for
setting fruit in warmer conditions
than for most other varieties.
Fruits are'medium size (70 days).
Suncoasti Medium size fruits'
are deep-red inside, uniform. and

SellingBBQ

Dinners Saturday
Zion Fair Baptist Church
members will be selling bar-b-que
chicken dinners Saturday. April 8
from 10:00 p.m. until 1:00 p.m..
The dinners will include 1/2
chicken, baked beans, cole slaw.
bread and tea'for a $5.00 dona-
tion. The sale will be held at the
church annex at 280 Avenue C in
Port St. Joe.


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


Roy Lee Carter 1
Agent


sweet flavored. Wilt resistant and
determinate (75 days). Released
especially for gardeners.
Tropic: Long vines need sup-
port for the heavy yields of fairly-
large red fruits (80 days). Resist-'
ant to fusarium wilt and certain
other diseases.
Walter: Produces smooth red
fruit that ripen well after harvest.
Resistant to Fusarium wilt (races.
T and 2). Determinate (75 days).
(Small Fruiting)
Florida Basket: Best for con-
tainer culture, produces sweet.
red 1-inch diameter fruits in 70
days.
Floragold Basket: Also for
containers such as hanging bas-
kets. These tiny plants produce
golden colored cherry size fruits.
Micro Tom: Billed as the,
"world's smallest", this tiny toma-
to plant is only 6 inches tall, with
delicious tiny red tomatoes. Great
for container and in the land-
scape.


Plan Now To Attend The 1995
PANAMA CITY
PASSION PLAY
Presented' By The Music Mnuistry Of
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama City, Florida








APRIL 8 Saturday 7:00 P.M.
APRIL 9 Sunday 3:30 P.M.
PresentedIn TheNEWLY Renovated
,. PANAMA CITY
MARINA CIVIC CENTER
General Admission Tickets
..... are now available.
For ordering information,
call 78.5-6146.
TICKET PRICES
$7.00 At The Door
$6.00 Advance Orders
$5.00 Advance Group Orders
(20 or more)
Dr. N. B. Langford Rev. Manuel Garcia, II
Pastor Associate Pastor Music


CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


Worship:
11 a.m. Sunday
Nursery


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


ary those attending will gather in
the fellowship hall for a soup and
sandwich luncheon.
Members of the community
are welcome to join them at any


time during the service and
luncheon.
Please plan to observe Holy
Week and share fellowship with
friends.


Many Good Sras


OfToria oS Are


Grown for Florida


aciurc. vi''a


that extends beyond our walls
OUR MISSION
To effectively communicate God's message to everyone.
To exalt God through contemporary Biblical worship.
To equip the saints for the work of ministry.
* To extend God's love to everyone in our community
and throughout the world.

Come visit We'd love to have you!
Rev. Marty Martin Pastor
Pastor's Study 229-9254
Presently meeting in the First Union Bank-Building
Monument Avenue, Port St. Joe
Sunday Worship 10:00am and 6:00pm
Call for times and details of other opportunities


P New Life Christian Center Church'
1 Sixth Street (Union Hall Building)
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Johnny Jenkins, Jr. Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a,m.
Morning W orship ...............................---------------- ---------------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 !Pefope' .




Hi Highland View

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

Sunday School .............................................................................10 a.m .
M morning W orship............................................................................11 a.m .
Evening W orship ......................... ................ ..... 6 p.m.




S St. Yoesem fy of qod
.309 6th Street* Port St. Joe
1 Sunday School................. 10:00 am
Morning Worship Service........ 11:00 am
0Iw l=l Sunday Evening Service ...........6:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study........... 7:00 pm
JeffScalf ,.
Pastor:
't Empowered by'The Spiritt



THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

ST. JAMES' 800 22nd STREET.* PORT ST. JOE
T' t lT' Sunday School 9:45
ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
MEXICO BEACH
823 N. 15th Street
S 648-5776

Sun. Bible Study (all ages)...........9:00 CST
M morning W orship.............................. 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.



IAN FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
S508 CHURCH
508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
&,, .l SUNDAY WORSHIP............................10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL...............................11 a.m.
( US *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children

Nursery Available
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor


Gulf County
Extension Service


EVEYOE ELOM


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PAGE 6B THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. APRIL 6. 1995



Gulf County Commission Minutes


The Gulf County Board'of County Commissioners
met on March 14, 1995 in regular session with the
following members preserit: Chairman Michael L.
Hammond. and Commlissioneis Nathan Peters. Jr.,
Warren J. Yeager, Jr., Jessie V; Armstrong and Bil-"
ly E. Traylor.
Others present were: Cgunty Attorniey Barbara
Sanders, Clerk Benny C. Lister, chlef. Deputy
Clerk Doug Birmingham, Deputy Clerk WIbberg,
Chief Administrator Don Buter. Administrator R.,
Larry Wells. Building Inspector Richard Combs,
Emergency Management/911 Coordinator Mar-
shall Nelson. Mosquito Control Department Super-
intendent Paul Wood. Road Department Superin-
tendent Bob Lester, Veterans' Service Officer Bo
Williams and Sheriff Frank McKeithen
The meeting was called to order at 7.06 p.m.. EST.
Administrator R. Larry Wells opened the meeting
with prayer and Chairman Michael L Hammond.
led the pledge of allegiance.
RECEIVE BIDS #9495-24 AMBULANCE (WEWA
AMBULANCE) ,
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed bids
for an ambulance for the Wewa Ambulance Ser-
vice, the Board received the following bids: Nation-
al Ambulance Builders $75,500.00 and Unlimit-
ed Mobility $74,150.00.
Upon motion by Commissioner Armstrong, second
by-Commissloner Traylor and unanimous vote, the
Board agreed to table.these bids for further review
and recommendation.
RECEIVE BIDS #9495-25 (2) BOA S8RAYERS
(MOSQUITO CONTROL DEPARTMENT)
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed bids
for (2) Leco Boa Sprayers for the Mosquito Control
Department, the Board received the following bids:
Clark Mosquito Control Products $5,400.00
each. ADAPCO Incorporatedi- $6,200.00 each.
The Board tabled these bids for further review and
recommendation by Mosquito Control Department
Superintendent PaulWood.
RECEIVE BIDS #945-28 1995 ROAD PAVING
PROGRAM
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed bids
for the 1995 RoadPaving Program, the Board re-
celved the following bids: Gulf Asphalt Corporation
- $647,976:18; FL. Asphalt Paving Company -
$599.161.72; Panhandle Grading & Paving, Inc. -
$627,040.00.
Upon. motion by Commissioner Peters, second by
Commissioner Yeager, and tnantimous vote, the
Board agreed to table these bids for further review
and recommendation by County Engineer 'Ralph
Rish and Road Department Superintendent Bob
Lester.
CONSENT AGENDA
Upon, mou.in by Comrnmissioner Traylar. second by
Commissioner Armstrong, and unanimous vote.
the Board approved the consent agenda. -
Consent Agenda Items Approved: A. Minutes Feb-
ruary 21, 1995 Highland View Water Board: Feb-
rustary 21, 1995 Special Meeting;,, February 28.
1995 Regular Meeting. B. Invoices a. County At-
torney February Billing, 1995 $1,342.25 (pay-
ment to be made from Professional Services)
INVOICE GILMORE-SOUTHERIAND FUNERAL
HOME
Upon motion by Commissloner Peters, second by
Commissioner Traylor,, and unanimous vote, the
Board agreed to pay an invoice from Gilmore-
Southerland Funeral Home In the amount of
$225.00 for transporting a "John Doe" to the medi-
cal examiner's officer in Tallahassee. It was noted
that payment would be made from General Fund -
Medical Examiner Travel.
FRANKLIN CHRONICLE LAURA ROGERS
Laura Rogers of the Frmiklin Chronicle hItroduced
herself to the Board and stated that the Franklin
Chronicle would be covering -the Gulfl County area.
INVOICE JULIAN WEBB AND ASSOCIATES
(SHIP PROGRAM)
Clerk Lister presented an invoice from Julian
Webb and Associates in the amount of $-1.800 00
for administrative services on the 1993-94 SHIP
Program. After discussion. Commissioner Peters
motioned to table the Invoice. Commissioner Tray-
lor seconded the motion and the motion passed
unanimously. The Board requested that Chief Ad-
ministrator Don Butler review the invoice by the
next regular Board meeting.
INVOICE LIFE MANAGEMENT (BAKER ACT)
Commissioner Yeager motioned to pay the Life
Management Billinga (Baker Act) totalling.
$2,605.97 (Batch #'s 949509 and 949503), Com-
missioner Traylor seconded the motion. After dis-
cussion. the motion passed 3-2 with Commission-
er Arm.ron g. Traylor and Yeager voting yes and
Chairman Hammond iand Commissioner Peters
voting no.
INVOICE DR. STEPHEN GROSS (PRISONER
MEDICAL BILL R. CANTLEY)
Clerk Lister presented aiL invoice. that had been
previous~ dbTel hby the Board for payment from .
Dr. Stephe'trbss--ti-the amount of -275 00 lfor"
county plrilner R. Caidev Alter discussion. Com-'
missiloner TraIlor seconded the motion and the
moon passed unanimously. The Board requested
that Chairmao Hamnmond contact the Health De-
parurtemnt about why they recommended to the
SheriffTs office., that a pnvate source be used. in-
stead of the Health Department or Gulf Pines Hos-
pital. since they are both funded by the Count).
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT RULING FOR
NURSING HOMES
Upon recommendation by Emergency Management
Director Wells. Commissioner Peters motioned
that the Board Implement the state law regarding
-IMe Nursing Home Rule," which means that all re-
quested residential health care facilities have
emergency management plans developed, re-
viewed, approved and pay the $25.00 per hour fee
for the review by Emergency Management Coinm-
missioner Yeager seconded the moon and the mo-
tion passed unanimously.
INSURANCE COUNTY STORAGE FUEL TANKS
Commissioner Traylor motioned to approve the pe-
troleum fuel tank iinurance policy, required by the
State. In the amount of $1,050.00 from Florida Pe-
troleum Liability Insurance Program Adminuiara-
tars. Inc.. effecutve FebruAry 28. 1995 through
February 28. 1996 Commissioner Yeager second-
ed the moUin anid the motlIn passed unantmous-
.ly The Board ioted that the policy would co er the
Countys (6J six storage tanks aid that this is a
'single source item It was also tioted that payment
would be made from the General Fund Insti-
rance.
LEASE AGREEMENT FL DEPARTMENT OF
HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES
Upon moon by Commissioner Traylor. second by
Commissioner Peters. and uinaiimous %ote. the
Board agreed lto renew the lease agreement be-
tween the Board and the Florida Department of
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles for (1) one
year. The Board requested that Administrator
Wells write a letter to the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehiclee requesung that a per-
marient structure replace the mobile home that is
curteilt) being used.
ROAD DEPARTMENT SOIL CONTAMINATION
After discussioih b5 the Board regarding a letter
from the Departmeit cl Enhiionnental Protection
regarding a containuianauol assessment at the Gulf
Count) Rc.ad Departnent Conity Engineer Rish
reported that Southern Earth Science would be
subir.Itutig a report b) the eid of the month to the

contamination at the Gilf Couiiitr Road Depart-
ment.
APALACHEE REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCIL -
HAZARD MITIGATON GRANT APPLICATION '
Mr. Bob Cambric, of the Apalachee Regional Plam-
ning Council, addressed the Board cotincening the
Hazard Mitigation Program. Commissioner Peters
motioned to allow the Apalachee Regional Platuiig
Council.. to file applications, on. behalf of Gulf
SCounty and Its resfdenis, to the Department of-
Community Afftirs for proJetsf roct regarding Hazard
Mitigation needp'.from Tropical Storm Alberto from
the Hazard Mitigation Granmit Program. Commis-
sioner Armstrog seconded the motion amid the
motion passed unanimously. Mr.. Cambric also re-
quested that the Board designate a member of
their staff as a contact person md a Task Force
consisting of impacted citizens, elected officials
mid business' owners. The Board designated Ad-
ministrator Wells as .thdir contact person and re-
quested that Commissioners Traylor mid Arm-
stripng appoint 2 individuals each to serve on the
Task Force,. Chairman Hanmuond requested that
'either Commissioner Armstrong or Traylor also
serve on.the Task Force. .... .......
DENTAL INSURANCE
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, second by
Commissioner Yeager, mid tunmaimous vote, the
Board agreed to Include orthodontics as part of the
dental coverage plant for county employees.
MEDICAL EXAMIiER BURIAL OF "JOHN DOE"
EMERGENCY QUOTES
Chairman Hammond stated that he had been con- .
tacted by the Medical Examiner's office regarding
the body of a "John Doe" that was found In Janu-
ary, 1995, on Kate Glass Road but never Identi-
fled. Mr. Hammond also stated that this is an
emergency due to the length of time the body has
remained at the Medical Examiner's office and that
they have requested that the Board resolve the sit-
uation Immediately. Commissioner Traylor mo-
t toned to accept "emergency" verbal quotes from
area funeral homes for the burial of the "John


Doe". Commissioner Armstrong seconded the mo-
tion miand the motiofi passed tai;mously. The
Board directed Administrator Wells to receive the
quotes.
The meeting recessed at 8:11 p.m., EST.
The meeting reconvened at 8:33 p.m., EST..
RESOLUTION 95-07 GULF COUNTY VOTING
ON EASTERN TIME
Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager, second by
Commissioner Peters, and unanimous vote, the
Board agreed to .adopt resolution 95-07. The
Board requested that Administrator Wells contact
State Senator- at Thomas and State Representa-
tive Robert Trammell about this resolution so that
it may be presented before the legislature for ap-


proval. Resolution 95-07 supports the usage of
Eastern time for the entire county on election
.days.
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN LAND USE CHANGE
Mr. Steve Newman requested land use change to
the Comprehensive Plan for a lot located one-half
mile north of Dixie Bell curve on Highway 98 from
agricultural to residential Commissioner Yeager
motioned to approve the land use change submit-
ted by Mr. Newman. Commissioner 'lraylor sec-
onded the motion and the motion passed unani-
mously. Chief Administrator Don Butler noted that
the Board's approval is the first step to amend the
Comprehensive Plan and that Mr. Newman must
submit an application for the land use change to
the Gulf County Planning and Building Depart-
ment .along with data and analysis of the proper-

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN DCA VS GULF
COUNTY
Chief Administrator Don Butler discussed a mem-
orandum from Harry Schmertmann, of the Depart-
ment of Community Affairs, regarding Amendment
93-1 to the Gulf Coutity Comprehensive Plan and
the proposed remedial actions recommended for
settlement between Gulf County and the Depart-
ment of Community Affairs. After discussion, Com-
missioner Traylor motioned to approve Item #1 -
Amendment 2-A (13) approx. 106 acres, Item #2 -
Amendment 2-A (41) approx. 60.5 acres and to
table Item #3 Amendment 2-A (68)- approx. 122
acres. Item #4 Amendment 2-B approx. 57
acres of the proposed remedial actions; recom-
mended' for settlement between Gulf County and
the Department of Community Affairs. Commis-
sioner Armstrong seconded the motion and the
motion passed unanimously.
INVOICE 2S SAFETY SALES AND RENTALS,
INC. (BEACHES FIRE DEPARTMENT)
Chief Administrator Don Butler presented an in-
voice from H2S Safety Sales and Rentals, Inc. for
the repair of air packs from the Beaches Fire De-
partment. He stated that due to the extent of the
work involved, the paks could not be reassembled,
as required by law, without replacing the defective
parts, so the invoice was higher than had original-
ly'been anticipated. Chairman Hammond passed
the chair to Acting Vice-Chairman Peters, and mo-
tioned to pay the Invoice from H2S Safety Sales
and Rentals, Inc. In the amount of $3,088.62 due
to "emergency" circumstances. Commissioner
Yeager seconded the motion and the motion
passed unanimously. It was noted that payment
would be made from the Beaches Fire Department.
Acting Chairman Peters returned the chair to
Chairman Hammond. .
SPECIAL MEETING
Chief Admunstrator Don Butler stated that a spe-
cial meeung would be necessary before the next
regular Board meeting on March 28, 1995 regard-
ing the CDBG Grant Application.
911 COMMITTEE
Upon recommendation by Chief Administrator Don
Butler, Commissioner Peters motioned that the
911 Committee become an advisory committee to'
Emergency Management/911 Coordinator Nelson
and that they meet once a quarter or as needed,
but would not retain any voting power. Commis-
sioner Yeager seconded the motion and the motion
passed unanimously. : .'.
AWARD BID #9495-25 (2) LECO BOA SPRAY-
ERS (MOSQUITO CONTROL DEPARTMENT)
Upon recommendation by Mosquito Control De-
partment Superintendent Paul Wood. Commission-
er Traylor motioned to award bid #9495-25 for (2)
leco boa sprayers for the Mosquito Control Depart-
menit to the "low bidder". Clark Mosquito Control
Products, at $5,400.00 each. Commissioner Yeag-
er seconded the motion ;and the motion passed
unanimously.
ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN-UP ST. JOE BEACH
Chairman Hammond passed the chair to Acting
Vice-Chairman Peters. and motioned that the An-
'nual Spring Beach Clean-up at SL Joe Beach be-
gin the week of April 17, 1995 and that the cut-off
date to place debris to be picked up on the County
right-of-way, would be April 14, 1995. Commis-
sloner Yeager seconded the motion for discussion.
Commissioner Yeager stated that he would like to
do a similar project in certain areas of his district.
Mr. Hammond asked Mr. Yeager if he had any ob-
jections to doing his project at a different time
than the week of April 17, 1995. Mr. Yeager stated
he had no objections. After discussion, the motion
passed unanimously. Acting Chairman Peters re-
turned the'chair to Chairman Hammond.
GULF COUNTY LANDFILLS VIOLATION NO-
TICE
Solid Waste Director Danford discussed a violation
notice he received from the Department of Envi-.
ronmental Protection regarding Buckhorn Landfill.
He noted that an informal meeting was scheduled:
for 10:00 a.m. on March 22, 1995 at the Panama
City office of the Department of Environmental
Protecdon Mr. Dani.:.rd stated that the County is
required to have a 'spotter' at 5 Poi'nts'Lanrdfil.
Chairman Hammond discussed the possibility of
using prison labor at the landfills.
BUCKHORN LANDFILL SUPERVISOR OF FEMA
WORKERS .
Upon request by Solid Waste Director Joe Danford,
Commissioner Peters motioned that Ralph Sho-
maker be appointed supervisor over the FEMA
w.urkers at the Buckhorn Landfill at an hourly rate
of $8.00. Commissioner Traylor seconded the mo-
tion and the moon passed unanimously. It was
noted that payment would be made from FEMA
funds.
SOLID WASTE DEPARTMENT REIMBURSE
ROAD DEPARTMENT
Upon request by Road Department Superintendent
Bob Lester, Commissioner Peters motioned to re--
Simburse the Gulf County Road Department in the
amount of $15.937.62 for labor and equipment eX-
penses for hauling fill dirt to the Flie Pointsa Land-
fill Commissioner Traylor seconded the motion
arnd the rr.ouon passed unanimously. It was noted
that payment would be made from Long-Term
Care. ", .
ROAD DEPARTMENT REIMBURSEMENT
FROM FEMA FUNDS
Upon request by Road Department Superintendernt
B:.b Lester. Comml.-Aoner Peters moutioned to re-
imburse. conungent upon the Counry being reim-
bursed this iL-cal year from FEMA the Gulf
County Road Department Irom FEMA funds for
work performed on the following roads: lola Road,
Clyde Teat Road, Old Bay City Road, Howard
Creek Subdilsion Commissioner Arm.itronig sec-
onded the moon and the motion passed urani-
mously. ,
ROAD STRIPING SERVICES
Upon recommendation by Road Department Su-
perintendent Lester, Commissioner Peters mo-
tioned to approve the "best quote" from C.W. Rob-
erts Contracuihg, Inc. to provide road striping
services at a 'cost of $40.00 per hour with the
County providing the paint. Commissioner Traylor
seconded the mouon and the moon passed unan-
imously. The Board requested that up to
$10,000.00 be spent on road striping services. It
was noted that the Board had previously bid this
project (bid #9495-23) but received no bids and
that Mr. Lester received (3) three verbal quotes
from area businesses.
SHIP PROGRAM DOWNPAYMENTASSISTANCE
PULLMAN
Upon recommendation by SHIP Administrator .Bo
Williams, Commissioner Traylor motioned to ap-
prove downpayment assistance to J. Pullman, not
.to exceed $19.800;00, from the SHIP Program
funds. Commissioner Peters seconded the motion
and:the motion passed unanimously.
SHIP PROGRAM DOWNPAYMENT ASSISTANCE
PETERSON AND PARKER P
Upon recommendation by SHIP Administrator Bo
Williams, Commissioner Peters motioned to ap-
prove dowtpayment assistance to S. Peterson and
B. Parker, not.to exceed $1,980.00, from the SHIP
Program funds.. Commissioner Arminstrong second-
ed the motion and the motion passed unatNimous-

VETERANS' SERVICE OFFICER PROCLAMA-
TION
Veterans' Service Officer Bo Williams noted that he
would submit a proclamation for the Board's ap-
proval at their next regular meeting on March 28,
1995.
ST. JOE BEACH "NO PASSING" ZONE
Chairman Hammond directed Administrator Wells
to write a letter to the State requesting that a "No
Passing Zone" be established on Highway 98 from
'St. Joe Beach to Beacon Hill. He also stated that if
that request was not feasible, then perhaps the
Department of Transportation could establish a
"No Passing Zone" during the summer months and
that the double stripe lines be removed after Labor
Day as it Is done It the Mexico Beach area.
911 STREET'NAME COMMITTEE
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, second by
Commissioner Traylor and unanimous vote, the
Board approved the street names and revised
street names submitted by the 911 Committee.
CAPE SAN BLAS
Abandon Sunset Circle (Map 5D), Bluewater Circle
(Map SD)
Palm Avenue (Map 5D) to Sago Aventue; Coral Lane


(Map 19B) to Catamaran Drive; Sunset Blvd. (Map
5D) to Sandalwood Blvd.; Bay Drive (Map 5D) to
Robinwood'Drive; Nautilus Way (Map 19B) to Clip-
per Way; Gulf Shores Drive (Map 5D) to White
Sands Drive,
NO NAME ROADS ON MAP 19B
1. Barnacle Drive, 2. Schooner Way, 3. Inlet Drive.
4. Cove Road, 5. Coastline Drive, 6. Ebbtide Lane,
7. Wave Crest Lane, 8. Pilot Drive, 9. Reef Drive,
10. Surfslde Lane, I'. Bayou Drive, 12. Antilles
Drive, 13. Antiqua Drive, 14. Aruba Drive, 15. Bar-
bados Drive, 16. Cancun Drive, 17. Cayman Lane,
18. Cozumel Drive, 19. Jamaica Drive, 20. Tobago
Drive.
No name road #1 (map 19D) named Dowitcher
Drive.
NO NAME ROADS ON MAP 35D
1. Polaris Drive, 2. Pluto Way, 3. Mercury Lane, 4.
Moonrise Ave.. 5. Sandpiper Road. 6. Plover Drive,


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seconded the motion and the motion passed urian- Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, second by
imously. The Board directed Administrator Wells Commissioner Traylor. and unanimous vote, the
to write the letter. Board changed the date of the first regular meet-
MOSQUITO SPRAYING ntog from April 11, 1995 to April 18, 1995 at 6:00
The Board agreed to begin the mosquito spraying AWARM D ID #9495-24 AMBULANCE ( WEWA
the first week of April, 1995. AWARD ED #949 4 AMBULANCE (WEWA
SHERIFF MCKEITHEN AND SHERIFF'S DE- AMBULANCESERVICE)
PARTMNT Upon motion by Commissioner Armstrong, second
by Commissioner Traylor, and unanimous vote,
Commissioner Peters commended SheriffMcKeith- the Board agreed to award bid #9495-24 for an
en and his staff on the excellent Job that is being ambulance for the Wewa Ambulance Service to the
done in the County. He also stated that Sheri"f best bid" that is selected by the Wewa Ambulance
McKelthen is definitely having a positive effect in service. (The Wewa Ambulance Service selected
the entire County. Chairman Hammond and Com- the bid from National Ambulance Builders In the
missioner Yeager also stated that he Is doing a su- "amount of $75,500.00).
perb Job. The Board agreed to write a letter to the There being no further business and upon motion
ors i n Gulf County. g SheriffMcKethens endea- by Commissioner Yeager, second by Commissioner
Armstrong, and unanimous vote, the meeting did
then adjourn at 9:51 p.m., EST.


7. Turnstone Drive. 8. Sand Dollar Way. NTIC
Beach Avenue (map 35D) to Pebble Beach Road. Persons wishing to file as candidates in the City of
Beach Avenue (map 35D) to Pebble Beach Road.St Joe election to be held May 9, 1995 for the
NO NAME ROADS ON MAP 5A following offices:
1. Bent Tree Road, 2. Cross Creek Lane, 3. South MAYOR-COMMISSIONER
Cliff Way, 4. Barrier Dunes Drive, 5. Parkside Cir- COMMISSIONER, GROUP I
cle, 6. Parkview Cort. 7. Sandpine Drive, 8. Sabal' COMMISSIONER. GROUP n
Circle, 9. Myrtle Street., '"Candidate' Qualifying Period" will begin April 12,
NO NAME ROADS ON MAP 5D 1995 at 12:00 noon and ending April 19, 1995 at
1. Blue Heron Drive, 2. Kingfisher Lane, 3. Snowy 12:00 noon. Forms for filing are available in the
Egret Way, 4. Spoonbill DriVe, 5. Flamingo Circle. Supervisor of Elections Office. Gulf County Court
No Name Road (Map 6A) to Bamboo Lane THECITY OF PORT ST. JOE r
NO NAME ROADS ON MAP 18C By /s/ Jim Maloy
1. Marshland Road. 2. Sawgrasp Lane, 3. Savanna City Auditor-Clerk "
Road, 4. 1Tampico Drive, 5. Martinique Drive, 6. "
Nassau Lane. 2to March 30 and April 6, 1995
INDIAN PASS
No Name Road (Map 90C) to Arrowhead Avenue; NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
No Name Road (Map 90D) to Gator Alley
NO NAME ROADS ON MAP 72D NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that George Y.
1. Barefoot Trail, 2. Canoe Lane. 3. Painted Pony Core, 'the holder of the following Tax Certificate,
Road. has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued
TREASURE BAY SUBDIVISION thereon. The certificate number and year of issu-
No Name Roads on Map 54 ance. the description of the property, and the
1. Jasmine Lane, 2. Oleander Way .. names in which it was assessed are as follows:
1. Jasmine Lane, 2. Oleander Way
DALKEITH Certificate No. 63 Year of Issuance 5/30/90
Chipola Drive (map 132D) to Woodley Drive. Lister Description of Property:
Landing Rd. (map 132D) to Fairview Road, Lister'
Road (map 132D) to Mossy Top Drive LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
No Name Roads on Map 132 Beginning at a point on the South line of
n Lot 4, Block 2. -Midway Park Subdivision,
1. Ridgecrest Lane; 2. Bentwood Lane as per plat thereof recorded in Plat Book
No.Name Road #1 (map 132C) to Fleldcrest Lane. 1, Page 43, Public Records of Gulf County,
No Name Road #1 (map 144) to Bayberry Drive, No Florida, said point being N87"00'00'E,
Name Road #1 (map 153) to Shady Drive 519.91 feet from the Southwest Comer of
Delete Pridgeon Road (does not exist) said Lot 4; thence NI 1l55'30'"E., 48.41 feet
STOKES DEAD LAKE CAMP to a point on the Southerly right of way
Chlpola Drive (map 128B) to Woodbrook Drive. line of a 50 foot County Road; thence
Colam $73052'20"E, 39.16 feet to the end of said
No Name Roads on Map 128B right of way line; thence continue
1. Trail Ends Lane, 2. Audubon Lane, 3. Fish S7352'20"E, 103:59 feet to the South line
Camp Circle' of said Lot 4; thence S87"00'00"W, along
IDLEWOOD SUBDIVISION said lot line 147.34' feet to the Point of Be-
Lake Drive (map 91a) to Highland Drive ginning.
CENTRAL LANDING Name In which assessed:
No Name Roads on Map 91D Dany Boyd Stevens and Jean Marie Rowe (a/k/
3. Buckhorn Road. 5. Homestead Lane a/ Jean Marie Hostrop)
Magnolia Street (map 91D) to Plum Lane All of said property being in the County of Gulf,
Lakeview Drie (irap 9 1D) to Orchard Drive State of Florida
BURGESS CREEK SUBDIVISION Unless such certificate shall be redeemed ac-
North Sureet (m p 114B) to Birch Street cording to law, the property described in such cer-
Magi.hlia Ae (map 114B) to Popuiar Avenue tificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the
Avenuefront door of the Gulf County Courthouse at 11:00
RIVERSIDE PARK (LANDS LAKE}) -o'clock, a.m. on Wednesday, the 26th day of April,
Oak Streetl Imrp 94D) to liy Street, Magnolia Drive 1995.,
(map l2C) to Law nview Dnrve. First Street (map Dated this 13th day of March, 1995.
122C) to Tanglewood Street. Second Street (map"
122C) to Hazelwood Street, Third Street (map BENNY C. LISTER
122C) to Greenwood Street, Fotrth Street (map CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT'
112C) to Englewood Street, Fifth Street (map GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
112C) to Briarwood Street. BY:/S/Rebecca L. Norris, Deputy Clerk
HOWARD CREEK
Magnolia Avenue (map 156A). to Chestnut Avenue, 4tc, March 16, 23 and 30 and April 6, 1995.
Azalea Avenue (map 156A) to Wisteria Avenue,,
Oak Drive (map 156A) to Camellia Drive, Murphy'
Road (map 156A) to -Sotuth Murphy Rd., Nellie NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
Whitfield Rd. (N/S Directieons) (map 156A) to North. ID NO. 9495- D
Murphy Rd., Dogwood Street (map 156A) to Plum The Board of County ommissionersof Gulf
Street. Oak Drive (map 156A) to Doc Whiuleld County. Florida will receive sealed bids from any
Road, No Name Road #1 (map 156A) to Camellia qualified person, company or corporation interest-
Lane. No Name Road #1 Imap 156BI to Indian edin providing the following:
Swamp Road (27 RADAR UNITS w/rear antenna.
STONEML CREEK moving/statlonary. with 3 windows.
STONEMILL CREEK Handheld remote.
No Name Roads on Map 71 Delivery Date must be specified.
1. Sunnybrook Drive, 2. Fieldstone Lane, S. Long Lquidated damages for failure to deliver
Meadow Drive, 4. Hitching Post Lane, 5. Deerfleld' units on specified date wlU be set at $25.00 per
Road, 6. Hill Top Drive day. I L
Hunt Lane at Gulf Correctional Institute Please indicate on the envelope that this Is a
LAKE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid is for.
No Name Roads on map 92C Bids will be received until 5:00 p.m., E.T.,
1. Countryside Drive on Tuesday, April 18. 1995, at the Gulf County
C.F. HANLON Clerk of Court's Office, 1000 Fifth Street. Port St.
Dead Lakes Street (map 91D) to Avondale Street Joe, Florida. 32456. The Board reserves the right
WEST OF WEWAHITCHKA to reject any and all bids.
No Name Roads on Map 93 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
WEWAHeTCHNA GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
S ,, By; /s/ Michael L. Hammond, Chairman
No Name Roads on map 94D Attest: /s/ Benny C, Lister, Clerk of Courts
1. Mulberry Lane, 2. Pearl Lane, 3. Hammock Lane
MEEKS SUBDIVISION 2te, March 30 and April 6, 1995.
First Street (map 93B) to Ridgewood Street, See-
ond Street (map 93B) to Laurelwood Street, Third GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Street (map 93B) to Knollwood Street, Fourth INVITATION TO BID
Street (map 93B) to Glenwood Street Fifth Seet IRE ALARM SYSTEM
(map 93B) to Brookwood Street, Lake Street (map BID9A M S12
93B) to Waterview Avenue, No Name #6 (map 93B) The Gulf County School Board will receive sealed
to Horseshoe Drive bids on the new installation or repair of the fire
CHIPOLA CUT OFF alarm system at Wewahitchka Jr.-Sr. High School
Neal Drive (map 111A) to Catfish Drive, Chipola until 10:00 a.m., E.T., on April 20, 1995, at the
Dnve (map 128B) to Warmouth Dnve. Parker Drive :., Gulf County School' Board Office, 150 Middle
(map I I I A) to Crapple Drive No Name I (map School Road, Port St Joe, FL 32456.'A bid packet
11 1A) to Fishermany Lane-- ... ..- may be-obtained by contacung Mr. Tenple Watson -
WHITE CITY r ,, '. at the above address or by telephone 1904) 229-
Camellia Lane to Shana Lane 8256. The Board reserves the right to accept the
CHANGE STREET NAM IN JONES HOME- low/best bid or reject all bids
STEAD AREA -AIRPORT ROAD 2tc, April 6 and 13, 1995.
Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager. second by
Commissioner Armstrong. and' unanimous, vote,
the Board agreed to rename Arport Road to Ruth- NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
erfordRoad. The City of Wewahlichka will receive sealed
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT/911 COORDINA- bids from any qualified person, company or corpo-
TOR ATTEND NENA CONFERENCE ration interested in constructing the following pro-
Upon request by Emergency Management/911 Co- Ject: A
ordinator Marshall Nelson, Commissioner Yeager W I~KA, FLRID
motioned to allow Mr. Nelson to attend the Nation- WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
al Emergency Numbering Association Conference, Plans and specllcations can be obtained at
April 24 -28, 1995, In Ft Myers, FL. Commission-
er Traylor seconded the motion and the motion
DISTRIB ION OF 11 PACKETS NORTH FLORIDA MEDICAL, CENTER WEWA
DISTRIBUTION OF 911 PACKETS AMBULANCE SERVICE '
Emergency Mangement/91 Coordinator Commissioner Traylor presented a contract agree-
shall Nelson updated the Board on the progress of ent between Gulf County and North Florida Md-
the distribution ofthe 911 information packetsCounty and North Florida Med-
throughout the County. ical Center to provide billing and collecting servic-
BUILDINGDEes for, the Wewa Ambulance Service. Chairman
BUILDING DEPARTMENT VEHICLE Hammond stated that he would call a recess for
Building Inspector Richard Combs noted that he (10) ten minutes 'to allow each commissioner an
had his truck, recently purchased from Cook- opportunity to review the contract.
Whitehead Ford, repaired but Cook-Whitehead The meeting recessed at 9:32 p.m., EST.
had refused to provide him with a loaner vehicle
because the County had iot taken out the extend- The meeting reconvened at 9.41 p.m.. EST.
ed warranty on the vehicle. Commissioner Traylor mooned m adopt the con-
HOUSIG ANtract.L with the noted correcuons. between Gulf
HOUSING URBAN DEVELOPMENT WEWA- County and North Florida Medical Center for pro-
Buding I inspector RTCHKAchard om viding billing and collecting services for the Wewa
Building Inspector Richard Combsdiscussed the Ambula ce Service. He also stated that the con-
(40) forty unit Apartment Building project being tract would be retroactive as of March I. 1995.
built by Housing Urban. Development in Wewa- Commissioner Peters seconded the motion and the
hitchka moon passed unanimously.
PORT ST JOE DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT WEWA AMBULANCE SERVICE BILLING
COMMITTEE SCHEDULE
Building Inspector Combs stated that he had been Upon 'motion by Commissioner Traylor. second by
appointed to the Port St. Joe Development Com- Commissioner Peters, and unanimous vote. the
mittee. Board approved the billing schedule from North
911 PACKETS DISTRIBUTION FOR.CITIES OF Florida Medical Center for the Wewa Ambulance
PORT ST. JOE AND WEWAHITCHKA Service.
Emer gecy Matiagement/911l Coordinator Nelson RECREATION FUNDS DISTRICT I
stated that tl-e) are aaalting maps from Preble-e. Commissioner Traylor motioned to give the Port St.
Rish, Inc. and as soco as they are received by his Joe Baseball Team $175.00 from District lI's recre-
department, the 911 Information Packets for the action funds, Instead of the $175.00 he had agreed
cities of Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka would be to give the Shark "100" Club, at the regular meet-
distributed, ing on February 28, 1995. Commissioner Arm-
PERMIT FEES HUD PROJECT IN WEWAHITCH- strong seconded the motion and the motion
KA passed unanimously,
Upon Inquiry by Chairman Hammond. Building In- RECREATION FUNDS DISTRICT V
spector Combs reported that permit fees received Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager, second by
from the Houslng Urban Development apartments Commissioner Armstrong. and unanimous vote,
building In Wewahtchka totalled $7,000.00. the Board agreed to giv t i the Port St. Joe Dizzy
COUNTY ENGINEER PROPOSAL BEACON Dean .13-14 year old baseball team $350.00 from
HILL PARK District V's recreation funds, '
Chairman Hammond passed the chair to Acting: SCIENCE FAIR WINNER CHARLIE COLE
Vice-Chairman Peters and motioned to proceed CommIssIoner Traylor requested that Solid Waste
with the proposal submitted by County Engineer, Director Danford and Corunty Engiueer RIsh colt-
Preble-Rish, Inc. for Beacon Hill Park. The propo- tact any sources they may have with regard to pro-
sal provided for Preble-Rish, Inc. to contract for viding monetary assistance for Charlie Cole's trip
surveying services and to add an additional to the International Science Fair in Ontario, Cana-
S$1,000.00, to the quote approved in .July of 1994, da. He stated that Charlie's project involves the
to design a more acceptable entrance to the park combining of recycled paper, plastic and alumi-
from Highway 98. Commissioner Yeager seconded num resulting In composite material.
the motion and the motion passed unanimously. m resltngn comosite matriaI
Acting Chairman Peters returned the chair to ADVERTISE FOR BIDS FINANCING AMBU-
Chairman Hammond. thLANCE (WEWA AMBULANCE SERVICE)
AWARD BIDS #9495-26 1995 ROAD PAVING Upon motion by Commsoner Peters, second by
PROGRAM Board agreed to advertise for bids for the financing
Upon recommendation by County Engineer Ralph of the ambulance for Wewa Ambulance Service.
Rish, Commissioner Traylor motioned to reject all The Board requested that the Clerk's office provide
bids received for bid #9495-26 for the 1995 Road the specifications for advertisement.
Paving Program. Commissioner Yeager seconded TTER APPROVAL DCA TRANSFER OF
the motion miand the motion passed unanimously. LETTER APPROVALE RDCA TRANSFER OF
The Board agreed to readvertise for bids for the GRANT FUNDS (DARE GRANT
1995 Road Paving Program by the next regular Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, second by
meeting on March 28, 1995. Couunty Engineer Rish Commissioner Yeager, atd unanimous vote the
stated that he felt all bids received were too high. Board approved a letter to the Department of Com-
BEACH ACCESS SIGNS munlty Affairs requesting that the Board be al-
EACH ACCESS SIGNS R lowed to transfer the grant funding for the Gulf
Commissioner Yeager requested that Road Depart- County Sheriffs office DARE Grant, In the amount
ment Superintendent Bob Lester replace (3) three of $27,170.25, to the Port St. Joe Police Depart-
beach access signs In the Cape San Bias area. : meant for their community oriented policing pro-
PORT ST. JOE DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT gram.
GRANT APPLICATION ,- PORT ST. JOE BASKETBALL TEAM
Commissioner Yeager motioned that the Board ap- Commissioner Yeager commended the Port St Joe
prove a letter stating that the Board would commit Basketball Team on their endeavors anid dedlca-
up to $25,000.00 for paving Reid Avenue as part of ttion in reaching the basketball play-offs.
the grant application for the Port St Joe Down- .... .
town Redevelopment Project Commissioner Peters 'REGULAR BOARD MEETING APRIL 11, 1995


I 308 Williams Ave.


227-1278 i


Wewahlitchka City Hall, Second Street, Wewahltch-
ka, Florida 32465, (904) 639-2605. Costs for plans
and specifications will be $50.00 per set and Is
non-refundable. Checks should be make payable.
to Preble-Rish, Inc.
Bids will be received until 3:30 p.m. Central
Time, Moinday; April '17, 1995, at Wewahltchka
City Hall located on Second Street in Wewahitch-
ka, Florida and will be opened and read aloud on
Monday. April 17, 1995. at 6:30 p.m., Central
Time. ALL BIDS SHOULD BE SEALED AND
MARKED "LAKE ALICE PARK".
The Owner has the right to waive any infor-
malities.or to reject any or all bids. Each bidder
must depc.-ast hi Q, her ecnt iIn tle +ja .iount r.1rm
aid subject I.:1 1u.e L:-.I.JlliOh, pf.A1ided in die Inlior.
maLon lto Bidders Si.reue- used lor obtain.i.g
bond mrr.t appear accepl.ile according to thie
Deparutmeii ia Trea- un Circiil. 570.
IN PARTICULAR BIDDERS SHOULD NOTE
,THE REQUIRED ATTACHMENrS AND CERTIFI-
CATIONS TO BE EXECUTED AND SUBMITTED
WITH THE FORM OF BID PROPOSAL.

Tweda McGlon
City Clerk, City ofWewahitchka
P. 0. Box 966
Wewahitchka, FL 32465

2tc, April 6 and 13, 1995.

IN T-E FOURTEiNTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUI.IT OF FLORj DA. IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: The Estate of CASE NO. 95-13
WILLIAM McKINLEY STRIPLING,
Deceased.


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION,
The administration of the Estate of WILLIAM
McKINLEY STRIPLING, deceased. Case No. 95-13,
Is pending in the Circuit Cou.t ic.r Gullf Co.:uni
Florida, Probate Division, the address ofi' which is
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe. Flonda.
32456. The names and addresses of the personal
-representative and the personal represemtatues
attorney is set forth below. r
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT
All persons on whom rJ-.s hi.uce is served
who have objections that challenge the qualifica-
tions of the personal representative, venue, or the
jurisdiction of this Court or claims any interest in
the estate, are required to file their objections with
"this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR NINETY DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other pet-'
sons having claims or, demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this notice Is served
within three months after the date ot the first pub-
Ilcation of this notice mirst file 'heir claims with
this Court E ITrHIN THE LATER OF TriREE
.,MONTHS AFTER THE DATE iOF THE FIRST PUB.
LOCATION OF THIS NOTICE OR NINETY DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SER\ ICE OF A COPY OF T-HIS
NOTICE ON THEM ,
All other creditors of the decedent and per-
sona haiig claims or denaihdc aiinist the dece-
dent's estate must file their cl3Ams lLh thLa oCi.r.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WiLL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the llrt piblicauJIn Iof his No-
tice is April 6, 1995.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
DAVID C. GASKIN
Florida Bar No. 027928
P.O. Box 185 -
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465'
904/639-2266 ..
Personal Representatives:
MILDRED LANIER
P. 0. Box 723
Wewahltchka, Florida 32465
EDITH NATIONS
P. 0. Box 162
,Wewahltchka, Florida 32465

2tc., April 6 and 13, 1995.

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That pursuant
to a Writ of Execution Issued in the Circuit Court
of GULF County. Florida on the 30th day ofJanu-
ary. 1995. In the cause wherein KLENTON McLE-
MORE,, 'was plaintiff, and PENNY McLEMORE,
WAS DEFENPrAN. BEING ase No 82:-9 In said,
Court.
ALSO, pursuant to a Writ of ExecutUon Is-
sued In the Circuit Court of GULF County, Florida
'on the 30th day of January, 1995, In the cause
wherein KLENTON McLEMORE, WAS PLAINTIFF,
and PENNY McLEMORE, was defendant., being
Case No. 82-59 In said Cour .
ALSO. pursuant to a Writ of Execution Is-
sued in the Circuit Court of GULF County. Florida
on the -0Ith day of January. 1995, in the cause
wherein KLENTON McLEMORE, was plaintiff, and-
PENNY MbLEMORE, was defendant, being Case
No. 82-59 In said Court.
ALSO, pursuant to a Writ of Execution Is-
sued in .the Circuit Court of GULF County, Florida
on the 30th day of January. 1995 in the cause
wherein KLENTON McLEMORE, was plaintiff, and
PENNY McLEMORE, WAS DEFENDANT, BEING
Case no. 82-59 in said Court, I FRANK McKEITH-
EN, as Sheriff of GULF County. Florida have levied
upon all the right, title and interest of KLENTON T.
McLEMpRE A/K/A K. T. McLEMORE, in and to
the following described real property, to-wit:



A parcel of land in the City of Wewahitchka. Gulf
SCounty. Florida lyringl within Sec. 23. 24, 25 and
26, T4S. RIOW, described as follows:
Begin at the SE corner of Section 23, T4S, R10W,'
and extend a line N03*28'20" E along the e line of
said Sec. 23 for 420.00 feet to a 2 inch cast iron
pipe; thence S 8736'00" E for 359.02 feet to a con-
crete monument on the Southwestern R/W line of
State Road 22: thence N 40*05'40" W along said
R/W line for 1369.84 feet to a concrete monu-
ment: thence S 03024'30" W for 167.50 feet to a
concrete monument; thence N. 86*35'30" W for
615.4 feet to a concrete monument on the Eastern
R/W line of River Road (State Road 22-Alt.); thence
S 0315'00" W along said eastern R/W line for
1822.33 feet to a State Road R/W monument at a
point of curve; thence continue along the R/W of a
curve to the left for 399.76 feet (chord bearing S
00'39'50" E, (399.45 feet) to a concrete monu-
ment; thence S 87*21 0" E for 151.19 feet to'a
concrete monument; thence S 02?39'00" W for


185.00 feet to a concrete.monument on the North-
ern R/W line of Church Avenue: thence a
8721'00" .E along said Northern R/W line for
2256.54 feet to an iron pipe; thence N 01*21'30" E
for 150.00 feet to an Iron pipe; thence S 87021'00"
E for 230.9 feet to a concrete monument; thence N
032900!' E for 187.15 feet to a concrete monu-
ment; thence N 8631'00" W for 123.00 feet to a
concrete monument: thence N 032900" E for
10.96 'feet to a concrete monument; thence N
8631'00" W for 75.00 feet to a concrete monu-
meLt. thence N 03129'0" E for 124.25 feet to a
conr.rete mc.numenii thence N 8644'00" for
662.64 feet to a concrete monument; thence S
0.1:2500 W icr 210 00 'eeL thence N 86-44'00 W
:'or 265 50 feet to a concrete monument: thence N
0425'00" E for 210.00 feet to a concrete monu-
merl, thence N 80-4 100 W fIr 207.00 Feet to a
Concrete monument on the E line of Sect. 26,
T-I S,R I 0W. th.rce N 03 5 10" E along said E line
of Sect. 26 for 808.40 feet to the POB.
PARCEL B

Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of the Northeast Quar-
ter (NE 1/4) of Section Two (2), Township 5 South,
Range 10 West, containing 40 Acres, more or less,
LESS AND EXCEPT One (1) acre on the Northwest
corner North of Highway 386.

And on the 9th day of May, 1995, at the North
Front Door of the Gulf County Courthouse, in the
City of Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida at the
hour of 11:00 a-m. or as soon thereafter as possi-
ble, I will offer for sale all of the said KLENTON T.
McLEMORE A/K/A/ K. T. McLEMORE right, title
and interest in aforesaid property at public outcry
and will sell the same, subject to all prior liens, en-
cumbrances and Judgments, if any, to the highest
and best bidder or bidders, for CASH, the proceeds
to be applied,as far as may be to the payment of
costs and the satisfaction of the abose described
executions.
FRANK MCKEITHEN
of GULF County, Florida
By /s/ Frank McKelthen, SHERIFF

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9495-30
The Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
,Count) Florida will receive sealed bids from any
person. company or corporation interested In con-
Lrscutng 'Ih Gulf County to provide quarterly
Ground Water Sample Collection and Sample
Anals'ls for the Gulf County Landfills. Included is
one annual gas migration invesug.uon. Gulf
County contemplates renewal of the contract
Delivery Date mums be speciled.
Please indicate on the envelope that th3 13 a
sealed bid. the bid number and wthat the bid is for.
Speciilcaucon or Iidicidual landfills. number
of test sites required report dates etc. can be ob-.
tained from ihe Gulf Couiity Solid Waste Depart-
ment, 1001 Tenth St., Port St Joe, .FL 32456.
(904) 227-3696, (904) 227-1185 (Fax). A copy of'
the bid specullcat ons musE .accompirny the bid.
Bid- will be received unul 5 00 p m.. E.T.,
on Tuesday, April 18. 1995. at the Gulf County
Clerk of Court's Office, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St
Joe. Florida. 32456. The Board reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: i// Michael L HaImmond. Chairman
Attest. /s/ Benn) C Lister. Clerk of Courts
2tc.Apnl6 and 13. 1995


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
iN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF File Numbe;r 95-17-CP

TIMTHY W. REGISTER
Deceased.
,r/

NOTICE OF ADMINI fRAT1nN

The administration of the Estate of TIMO-
THY W. REGISTER, deceased; File No. 95-17-CP,
Is pending in the Circuit Court; for Gulf County.'
Florida, Probsae Division. the address of which Is:
10005th Street
Port St. Joe. Florida. 32456
The name and address of the Personal Rep-
resentative and the Personal Representative's at-
ton.e are sei forth below
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
All persons on whom this nottca's' served
vr.,-. have objections thri-chahlenge ire saudil of
the ]Aill. the "ualilticau.5ns of ,ihe Personal Rep.-e:
senatirve, ne. or jurisdiction of tris Court are
required to file their objections with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE.MONTHS AFTER
THE'DATE OF TI-HE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY O DAYS AFTER T-E DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF TH-IS NOTICE ON TI-EM
All creditors or the decedent ard other per-
sons having claims.or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this notice Is served
within three months afr the date of the first pub-
lication of this notice must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATIQN OF THIS NOTICE' OR THIRTY DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPYOF.THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the dece-
dent's estate must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this No-
tice is April 6. 1995.

Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/ Matthew C. Meredith
Florida Bar No. 0919960
HARRISON, SALE, McCLOY
& THOMPSON CHARTERED.
304 Magnolia Aveenue
P. 0. Box 1579"
Panama City, Florida 32402
Telephone (904) 769-3434
Personal Representative:
/s/ LESLIE CAROLYN REGISTER
411 Viola Avenue
Panama City, Fl 32404

2tc, April 6 and 13, 1995.










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'81 Chevy Citation, 4 door, runs
great. Must sell, $1,000 obo. Call
647-3402. tfc 4/6
'84 Buick LaSabre Limited, $3,500.
'85 Mercury Grand Marquis, $3,000,
very clean. 639-2776. 2tc 3/30
'93 Pontiac Grand Am, white with
burgundy interior, take over pay-
ments, excel, cond. Serious inquiries
only. 827-8361, after 5:30 p.m.
2tp 3/30

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 4/6






18' Robalo boat. motor, trailer,
$5,000 with electronics, $4,500 with-
out; Call 904-647-3242. ltc 4/6
STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE,
White City, anytime. 827-2902.
tfe 4/6

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
p.m. tfc4/6





One bedroom apartment, 2 blocks
from beach on Beacon Hill. Reasona-
ble. 647-3402. tfc 4/6
For Rent at Mexico Beach: 2 bdrm., 1
1/2 ba., unfurnished, mobile home, 4
blocks from beach, $250 month. $200
damage deposit. Available April 15th.
References requires. Call 648-5162."
2tc 4/6

New storage units on St. Joe Beach
behind the Gulf Sands Motel on
Americus St. 5x10's, 10xlO's, and
10x20's. Ask about our move-in spe-
cial. 227-7200. tfc 4/6

Two beS ppm apartment, unfur-
nished'. $325 month:- $200 deposit.
Call 229-8398. tfc 3/30


Christian woman 'to do houseclean-
ing. Residential or commercial. Excel-
lent references available. Call day or
night, 227-7311 or/229-9091.
3tp 4/6

Call 647-3759, will babysit in my
home, 'Beacon Hill area. 2tc 3/30:
Piano Lessons, all ages/levels. Ex-
perienced teacher, $40/month. Mexi-
co Beach, 648-4592. tfc 3/30
Troy/built, Snapper, John Deere, Ku-
bota, Stihl, Hsquarvna. Sales' and
Service. 1-800-834-6744.
thru 9/95



SHARKY'S DETAIL
WASH & WAX, RENT-A-BIKE
Comer 41st St & Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach
Call 6484400
HOURS: Tues.-Thurs., 9-6, Sun. 1-5
Closed Monday
r ip 4 CARS, TRUCKS, BOATS & R.V.'s


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

JOHN F. LAW
LAWYER
S 1-904-265-4794
29 Years Experience
WORKER'S COMPENSATION
PERSONAL INJURY
NO RECOVERY-..NO FEE
7229 Deerhaven Road, P.C.. 41
*, -
COSTIN INSURANCE AGENCY
Inc.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899


I FO RET7SFR EN I GAR*AGE ALE HLSWNE


Nice 2 bedroom unfurnished trailer,
located on St. Joe Beach. No pets.
647-5361. tfc 3/30

Two bedroom trailer for rent, fur-
nished or unfurnished. No pets. Call
647-5106. tfc 4/6
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.
tfc 4/6

2 bedroom, 1 ba. furnished trailer at
St. Joe Beach, $325 month, $225 se-
curity deposit, week or monthly ren-
tal. Call 647-5327. tfc 4/6
3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath mobile home
in Highland View. $275 per month,
$150 deposit. No pets. 647-3264.
tfc 4/6

The Phantry Hotel, Rooms Private
baths. Daily or weekly rates. 302 Reid
Ave. Port St. Joe, 229-9000. tfc 4/6
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.
furn., fully carpeted, 1 bdrm., apts.,
on-slte manager.
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
tfc 4/6
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 cen. h&a, energy
saving appliances, patios & outside
storage. For hearing impaired call'
(904) 472-3952. Equal Housing Op-
poitunity. tfc 4/6
Warehouses, small and large, some
with office, suitable for small busi-
ness, 229-6200. tfc 4/6
No need for wet carpets. Dry clean
them with HOST. Use rooms right
away. Rent machine. St. Joe Furni-
ture, 227-125,1. .: ,.,, ,,: t fc 4/6


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Meeting: Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.
S AL-ANON
Sunday 4:00 p.m. &
Thurs., 8:00 p.m.
Tues. & Thurs. meetings at 1st United
Methodist Church, PSJ
Sunday meetings at Big Barn
Flea Market
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

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


C. R. SMITH & SON
Bockhoe work, dozer work root
roke front-end looder, lot Clearing.
septic tanks, droln fields, fill dirt
It 2 Box A IC. Port St Joe
Phone 229-6018



BOB'S PAINT &
BODY SHOP
,: 29 Continuous Years of .,
Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks
Body & Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Body Work .
Call or See BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-72290
tfc4/6


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 4tus/e

LIC n]''00310421
FREE CS i, ES RG 0051008
ER 0011618

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


UNFURNISHED :
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & re--
frig., cen. h&a, screen porch, car-
port & laundry rm.
* Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove;
& refrig., washer/dryer hook-up.
* New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm, ch&a, dish-
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
pets. .. .
FURNISHED
* Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat &
air, washer/dryer hook-up.
* One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hook-up.?
Call 229-6777 after. 7 p.m.
tfc 4/6


Port St. Joe
2 nice second story apartments,
2 bdrm., stove, refrig., window
a/c units, water Included.
Lease & deposit required. $250.
517 1/2 4th St. & 1402 1/2
Long Ave. Available May 1.
Call 227-5443
S ... tfi-4/6

Apartment for rent, 2
bedroom, 1 bath, ch&a,,
carpet, d/w, ceiling fan.
Call Kenny, 227-7241 or
Phil, 227-2112.
tfc 4/6





3-Family Yard Sale: Saturday. 8-12.
Large ladles' clothes, reg. size and
baby Items, corner of Bay & Georgia,
St. Joe Beach. Rain cancels.
Porch Sale: Miscellaneous household
Items, clothes and new gas dryer. 125'
Palmetto, Overstreet. Friday and Sat-,
urday. I tp 4/6
Yard Sale: April 8th, 8:30 1:00, 522
Sixth St. 3 families, baby clothes, Ig.
clothes, furniture & miscellaneous.
Multi-famrily yard sale: Sat., April. 8.
Stove, dishwasher, furniture, lots of
misc. Something for everyone. Cloth-
ing for all ladies: X-large, children &
men's. Everything's a bargain. 122
Barbara Dr., 8 a.. 1 p.m.
Yard Sale: 2 families. April 8th & 9th.
Gulf Aire Subd. Lots of baby items.
Mary-Kay-and rnarny-mlsc.-ItemszEazir:
ly birds welcome. 201 Buccaneer
Drive. I tc 4/6


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

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















FATHER IE L. COLLIER
Independent Sales Representatie
211 Allen Memoilal Way PortSt. Joe
(904) 229-64606


STUMP GRINDING
Average Stump $10.00
1-800-628-8733
, A-1. Tree Service& Stump Grinding
Vickety' Enterprises, Inc.
rfi; .

5x10 10x0 10x20
On Site Rdetals 6 Days A. Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT
St. Joe Rent-All
First St. 227-2112

Mini-
iWarehousesIn














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


Port St. Joe Garden Club will have its
annual Spring Rummage and Plant
Sale Saturday at the Garden Center
on 8th St. Sale time 8:00 a.m.
Garage Sale: 1029 McClellan Ave.,
8:00 till 1:00. Saturday, April 8th.
Easter dresses, camper shell for full
size truck and misc. items. No early
sales. Itc 4/6
Yard Sale: 1021. Woodward Ave. Sat-
urday, April 8th, 8:30 till. Gas stove,
ladies' bike, ceiling fan, clothes, toys
& misc. ltc 4/6
Huge' Yard Sale:' Sat., April 8. 7 a.m.
until. 1305 McClellan Ave. Kitchen
items, furniture, some baby items,
shoes, clothes and lots of misc.
Yard Sale: Sat., April 8th,/8 a.m. Chil-
dren's clothes. toys, household goods
and lots of misc. 517 9th St., PSJ.,


Super Yard Sale: Sat., April 8, 9-4.
110 Tradewlnds Dr., Gulf Aire. Many
goodies: luggage. microwave, fish
cooker, linens' kitchen and household'
items, office equipment. Coleman lan-
tern and heater, men's and women's
clothing, baby equipment, yard tools,
more. Come for great bargains
Garage Sale: Sat., April 8th, 8-12,'
525 7th St, PSJ. Clothes, baby items,
kitchen items, and lots of misc. Rain
cancels. tc 4/6'
Carport -Sale: Old goodies, new good-
ies. Something for everyone Friday,
April 7 at 9:00. No early sales 909
10th St, Port St Joe. Itp 4/6
Garage Sale: Sat, April 8th, 8 a.m. till
12 noon. 1902 Forest Park Ave. Port
St. Joe. Rain cancels. Wreaths,
Christmas decorations, antique mo-
torized Santa, bikes, games, toys, a
little of everything.





Social Services Assistant, .experi-
ence in office/clerical duties, medical
facility setting a plus. Typing, phone
skills required. Position involves
scheduling appointments / transpor-
tation, social services -for residents
and families. Must be reliable, orga-
nized. self-starter. Part time position.
Send resume to: Personnel/S.S.; Bay
St. Joseph Care Center, 220 9th' St.bl'
Port St. Joe, FL 32456. ltc 4/6


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

TLC LAWN SERVICE
"Catering to All Your Lawn Service Needs"
MOWING, EDGING, TRIMMING, SPRAYING,
FERTILIZING; WEEDING, CLEAN OUTS ,
SPRINKLER REPAIR, AND LANDSCAPING
Free Estimates
Call 229-6435 tfc4/6

THE FASHION EXCHANGE
220 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
227-3183
New & Used Clothing
for the Entire Family.
Accessories and Misc. Items. if 4/

Ien'svlde raplilcs
CUSTOM PHOTOGRAPHY
for Any Occasion
Commercial Portrait Wedding.
For Details Call
KEN HORNE- Photographer
229-8722 tf4/6


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


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



BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers
Weed Eaters .-
j .* Chain Saws \
S '* Generators 1 .
*Pumps
^tfo Tillers
Go-Karts

229-2727
328 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe


HARDEE'S in Port St. Joe needs an
Asst. Manager Trainee. Qualifications:
Available to work all shifts dependa-
ble learn procedures control and
direct employees. Start $15,600 can
earn up to $21,000 + bonuses if effi-
cient in running shifts and show re-
sults. No Fast Food experience neces-,
sary -'will train. No phone calls. Fill
out applications at restaurant or send
resume to': Harry Sanders, P. 0. Box
1030, Panama City FL 32401. 1 will
contact you to set up interview.
2tc 4/6

Now taking applications for adminis-
trative assistant for mail order busi-
ness in Beacon Hill. Many administra-
tive tasks like taking orders, pulling
lots, invoicing, posting, mailing, filing,
typing, entering accounts payable and
receivable and general office duties.
Salary open. 647-5002. Iltp 4/6
Position now, open for full-time baby-
sitter in our home in Beacon Hill.
Three and a half year old boy. 9-5 M-
F, Occasional light housekeeping.
Now taking applications. Salary open.
647-3284. Itp 4/6
Join a great new party plan selling de-
signer lingerie at home parties. FREE
$500 kit. No deliveries. No inventory.
We have everything from t-shirts to
teddies. Sizes S-3X. Everything under
$40. Great hostess program. Call All-
son (9041 763-2527.

Local church needs dependable, lov-
ing adult for child care, birth through
3 on Sunday. References required.
Call 229-8785 after 4 p.m.
Waiters & waitresses with smiles ap-
ply at Julie's on Reid, 222 Reid Ave.
anytime except lunch. Flexible hours.
JOB NOTICE
The City of Port St. Joe will be accept-
ing applications for the following posi-
tion at Industrial Wastewater Treat-
ment Plant:
Maintenance I
$6.21/Hour
Applications and job descriptions may
be picked up and returned to the Mu-
nicipal Building, 305 Fifth-St., begin- .
ning Thursday, March 30 April 14,
1995, 8:00 am.. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
- Friday.
The. City of Port St. Joe enforces a .
Drug-Free Workplace Policy and is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer.
THECITY OF PORT ST. JOE-
/s/ Jlim'Maloy. City Auditor-Clerk
2tc 3/30


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

MOWING RAKING WEEDING
EDGING TRIMMING
LANDSCAPING SODDING
C.J.S' Lawn

Service,
Serving Mexico Beach, St. Joe
Beach & Port St. Joe
"I Will Work for YOU!"
Mexico Beach, FL *
(904) 648-8492
tic -A-, pd Mar


El Governor Motel, Mexico Beach, hir-
ing immediately for night maid and
laundry. room. Telephone and trans-
portation a must. Apply in person.
3tc 3/30

Experienced baker, apply in person,
Jolly Rogers. Mexico Beach. tfc 4/6

Gulf Co. Association for Retarded Citi-
zens is accepting application for AF-
TERNOON COOK. This position In-
volves cooking for 7 people In a group
home. Hours are from 3 P.M. to 6
P.M. Sunday through Thursday.
Qualification is at least an 8th grade
education. Additional information
may be obtained from the Association
office at 200 Peters Street, Port St.
Joe. Closing date April 5. 1995.
Itc 3/30

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 4/6
Experienced cook needed at Julie's on
Reld. Flexible hours. Apply in person
at 222 Reid Ave. tfc 4/6.

POSTAL JOBS, start $11.41/hr. For
exam and application info. call (219)
769-8301, ext FL 515, 9 a.m. 9
p.m., Sun. Fri. 4tp 3/30
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 available 'at the School
Board office. Gulf. County School
Board is an equal opportunity em-
ployer. tfc 4/6
RN's and LPN's day or igght shift
available. Apply in person, Bay St. Jo-
seph Care Center, 220 9th St., Port
St. Joe. tfc 4/6
CNA's needed for all shifts. Training
available. Apply in person at Bay St.
Joseph Care Center, 220 Ninth St.
Port St. Joe. tfc 4/6


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PAYS
Call 227-1278 to place yours. $3.50
for first infection. $2.00 ar,week for
consecutive runs, plus 50 perlword
for all over 20.


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


-| *Lawnmowers |
Weedeaters
e* Tillers : '
Chain saws
.* Generators ,

SEngine Sal.es


706 1st St.-St. Joe
227-21 12
,, MM- MM-- m .


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







Let us do the caring while you're away
CARE IN YOUR HOME, SERVICE LOW AS $8.00 A DAY
by Joe and Marie Romanelli
Serving Port St. Joe & Surrounding Areas. r (904) 229-1065


Phil Hatcher


Lawn Maintenance

Pressure Washing Service

Free Estimates 1-904-647-3716
4tfp 31/1)


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 v P. 0. Box 602
Home (904) 227-3220 tfc4/6 Port St. Joe, FL 32456


TRADES & SERVICES










THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1995


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1990 almond Frigidaire refrigerator,
20 cu. ft. w/ice maker, good condi-
tion, $300. Call 647-5125 after 5:30
p.m. Itp 4/6
Two prom dresses, sizes 5/7. Call
227-1192.
440 sq. ft. Bruce's 3/4" pre-finished
natural oak flooring, $3.25 per sq. ft.
229-1003. 2tc 4/6
One golden. brown/one grey nauga-
hyde recliners, very good cond. Twin
bag grass collector for' riding mower,
$75 each. 229-6065. Itp 4/6
Couch and love seat, new, $300. 227-
3546. ltc 4/6
Hotpoint elec. dryer. $95. Yamaha or-
gan, cost $6,500, $2,000 obo, in ex-
cellent condition. Wanted, gas dryer.
Call 648-8782. ltc 4/6
Sofa for sale, 229-6666.
Western Auto Special; Computer spin
balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. :. tfc 4/6


Roll way bed w/4" thick mattress, in
excel. cond, $40, Kenmore sewing ma-
chine w/attachments, zig zag, etc. Ex-
cel. condition. $90. Leave message,
229-6005. -1tp 4/6
Port St. Joe Western Auto now honor-
ing Panama City Western Auto Co.
store advertised tire sale prices. Com-
puterized WHEEL ALIGNMENT. Sears
Card -now at Port St. Joe Western
Auto; Discover TOOl 227-1105.
tfc4/6
Mushroom Compost, $15 yard, any-
time, 648-5165.3 eow 3/23 5/23
Port St. Joe Western Auto now hon-
oring entire Panama City Western
Auto company store advertised sale
prices. 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc4/6
FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
Postage and envelope supplied.
Send request to Bible Study, P. 0.
Box 758. Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
tfc 4/6
Craftsman#tools and Die Hard bat-
teries are available now at Western
Auto Store, 219 Reid Ave. 227-1105.
tfc 4/6
BAHAMA CRUISE! 5 days/4 nights,
Underbookedl Must Sell! $279/
couple. Limited Tickets. (407) 831-
4700 ext. 2269, FL State #14299.
Mon.-SaL. 9 a.m. 10 p.m.
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Four little fuzz balls. Darling puppies.
Call 229-6521 or 227-1631.
DOG GROOMING PLUS offers profes-
sional grooming and care for your peL
Board your pet where you know they
get the best care. Call 227-3611.
tfc 4/6
What's So Different about the Happy
Jack 3-X Flea Collar? It workslll Con-
tains no synthetic pyrethroids. For.
dogs & catsl B & B Feed & Seed, r 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 Romanelli. Call Pet &
Property Tenders, fully insured, 1-
904-229-1065. tic 4/6





2 bedroom mobile home. on 75'x175'
lot, well, septic, city water & gas, 429
Gulf St., St. Joe Beach; Make offer.
904-871-2409 or 904-265-3577.


Half acre lots for sale, Hwy. 386,
Overstreet, Creekview Subd., $500
down. $96.48 per month, 120
months. Call and leave message. 229-
6031. tfc 4/6
1029 McClellan Ave., PSJ, for Sale
by Owner: Completely remodeled. 3
bdrm. (1 sm., 1 bath, Fla. rm., new
roof, carpet, cen. ac/h, wiring, plumb-
ing, etc. Well w/auto. sprinkler sys-
tem, fenced in backyard, reduced to
$54,000 obo. By appt. only. 229-
6861. tfc 4/6
1/2 acre lot with septic tank, $9,500.
Overstreet Road. Owner financing,
227-2020, ask for Billy. tfc 4/6
LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery Road,
1 mile off Overstreet Road, 9 miles
south of Wewa. Owner financing. Call
229-6961. tfc 4/6
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 rfobile home
for $26,000 or one lot for $16,900.
229-6338 after 5:00 p.m. tfc 4/6


Spacious 3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick home
on corner of Sunset Circle & 20th St.
Lot and a half -in excellent neighbor-
hood. Formal 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/wlred workshop. Automatic sprink-
ler system & much more.' $108,000.
Call Frank D. or Carla May at 227-
2008. tfc 4/6
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 4/6
"Handyman Special", 3, bdrm., 2
bath shell house, beautiful 1/2 acre.
C-30 south Cape San Blas area. Rea-
sonably priced. Financing available.
227-7506. tfc 4/6
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
twn for detail' outlets. Call 1-800-
800-9894. tfc 4/6
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 4/6
Owner financing. High and dry, 5 acre
homesite, 240 ft. well, septic, work-
shop, 1 1/2 mile NI Dead Lakes Pk.
647-3581. lfc4/6








PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY .GIVEN that the Gulf
County Board of County Commissioners proposes
to adopt an ordinance amending Ordinanmce 92-02.
The tle of said ordinance being as follows:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING GULF
COUNTY ORDINANCE 092-02; PROVID-
ING FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGE- .
MENT ASSESSMENT, NOTIFICATION
AND VERIFICATION AND ESTABLISH-
ING A, FEE FOR REQUIRED SERVICES;
PROVIDING A REPEALER CLAUSE; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE AND
SEVERABILITY.
Notice, Is hereby given that Intent to adopt
this ordinance at a meeting of the Gulf County
Board'of County Commissioners at the County
Commissioners' meeting room of the Gulf County
Complex. 1000 5th St., Port St. Joe, FL, on-April
18, 1995, at 6:00 p.m., E.D.T.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Michael L. Hammond. Chairman
Attest: /s/ Benny C. Lister, Clerk
Itc, April 6, 1995.


o106,ooo000
ELEGANCE YOU
MUST SEE!


2700 (plus) sq. ft. of elegant living only a block from private ramp into Dead Lakes.
3br. 2ba with hardwood floors, inlaid tile floors, huge master bedroom 22 x 16, with
8 x 20 walk-in closet too many extras to list! CALL TODAY FOR AN APPT. TO SEEI
HOME SWEET HOME:
Cozy and neat 2br/2ba MH, Immaculate 31,500.
3br/iba house with huge fenced yard $40,600.
3br/lba MH in Honeyville area, 3/4 acre $15,000..
3br/lba charming house. 80 x 300 city lot, $45,000.
ACREAGE: 40 acres Stone Mill Creek area, read' for the perfect homestead, or the
right investor with development in mind...$60,000 $300 Bonus to Cooperating
Broker
'DEAD LAKES:
1993 DBLWide, 3br/2ba, high, dry property' $35,000.
80 x 220 waterfront with travel trailer $12,000.
2.663 sq. ft. log house and 15 acres $150,000.
RIVER VIEW: APALACHICOLA RIVER:
4br/2ba, central heat/air, scr. porches $50,000.
2br/2ba MH, large LR'added, boat house $35,000.
2br/1.5ba MH with add-on, deep 250' lot $25,000.
RIVERFRONT: CHIPOLA RIVER: 90' waterfront with 3br/2ba older home..... $36,500.
COUNTRY LIVING: 5 acres fenced with 3br/2ba DBLWide .$49,000.
3br/2ba brick ranch home on 2.5 acres $85,000.
CYPRESS CREEK -N. OR WEWA:
Sun-filled retirement bungalow $42,500.
LOTS TO BUY:
2 city lots, city hookups, 100x120', each $11.000
160' x 100' come riot, Mexico Beach, resident, $29,900



RIDERS and LAKES


PATSY WHITFIELD, Broker
Member of Fla. Association of Realtors & National Association of Realtors
"Specializing in Property, Riverfront Homes & Lakeside Cabins
on the BeaUtifdi Apalachicola & Chipola Rivers and Famous Dead Lakes."


Moments after sitting. down
for interview with the Gulf De-
fender, two members of Detach-
ment 1, 148th Fighter Group
were high over the Gulf of Mexico,
responding to a speck on the ra-
dar and an urgent call from high-
er headquarters'. The blare of the
horn had sent airmen scrambling
in all directions, all for a common
goal-defending America's skies. .
SSgt. Rick Burnham-325th
Fighter Wing Public Affairs
In terms of numbers, Detach-
ment 1 of the Minnesota Air Na-
tional Guard's 148th Fighter
Group isn't exactly Tyndall Air
Force Base's most prominent,
unit. Only a handful of men and
women work on the small com-
pound near the east end of Tyn-
dall's runway, and the fleet of
three F-16 Falcons pales in com-
parison to the hoards of F-15 Ea-
gles across the tarmac.
But when you consider its
mission, it's easy to see why the
small detachment Is among the.
more important at Tyndall.
"It's our job to perform air,
alert duties over the eastern half
of the Gulf of Mexico--to defend
our borders." said Lieutenant
Colonel Ken Hagee, detachment
commander. '"Whenever an un-
known aircraft enters our air-
space, we respond."
And respond quickly. Falcon
pilots are typically in the air less
than five minutes after receiving
,the call from controllers at the
Southeast Air Defense Sector Op-
erations Control Center. And fol-
lowing each mission, Falcon crew
chiefs have. one hour to get each
jet ready to launch again. Senior
Master Sergeant John Matheson,
Jr., chief enlisted manager for the
detachment, said the nature of,
his unit's job makes teamwork a
necessity. .
'When the horn blows, every-
one merges to get the job done,"
said Matheson, whose job in-
cludes first sergeant for the 20 or
so members of Detachment 1,
"We train our people to be able to
drop what they're doing at a mo-
ment's notice and help to get
those jets in the air."
Matheson, who has direct In-
put into which enlisted members
come to Tyndall, said he looks for .'
certain characteristics in a Guard'
member.


"We want people with good
attitudes and who are eager to
learn," he said. "The job requires
that our people be versatile, not
one dimensional."
For example, the. sergeant
said, a F-16 crew chief'with De-
tachment I may find himself or
herself taking on vehicle control
officer duties or facility manager
responsibilities when not launch-
ing aircraft.
"We don't have the luxury of
just having to launch aircraft," he
said. "Additional duties are prob-
ably the biggest challenge our en-
listed people 'face."'
Of the 16 enlisted people as-
signed to the unit, 14 work di-
rectly with the jets, while once
handles supply responsibilities
and the other works administra-
tive matters.
Hagee and his operations offi-
cer round out the unit's perma-
nent duty force at Tyndall. And
like their enlisted counterparts,
they often find themselves going
above and beyond normal every-
day activities.
'We have two pilots here, but
if one or both should get sick,
myself and Captain Jackson (ops
officer Brad Jackson) become the
pilots," Hagee said. 'We have to
be ready to climb Into the cockpit
at any time."
Most of the time, Hagee said,
it's the two' pilots who find them-
selves out over the Gulf. Two new
officers, along with the two new
planes, filter into Tyndall ever
four days or so from Duluth,
Minn., where the 148th is head-
quartered.
Captain Scott Anderson, one
of two pilots who took to the skies
when the horn went off Tuesday
afternoon, said the experience is
something that takes a little get-
ting used to.
'The first time you're on alert,
you usually find yourself sitting
around in your g-suit and har-
ness, waiting for the horn to go
off," he said. "By the second or
third trip to Tyndall, you get more
relaxed. It's all a matter of getting
the confidence that you will have
time to get into the suit and get
out to the plane;'"
Captain Charley Nelson, who
has been coming to Tyndall,
"about 18 times a year since


1991," said the key is being calm.
"We have a saying-'Go slow-
er and get there faster,'" he said..
'You learn to take your time, to
use a methodical approach. In-
'stead of fumbling through the
switches, you take your time and
hit the right ones the first time."
Each pilot Is still waiting for
the first time they cone across a
hostile force over the Gulf,
though 'both said they have 'had
some interesting encounters.
"I came across a weather bal-
loon," said Anderson. "If you've
never seen one, it's a big, shiny
silver ball with spikes."
Most of the time, the scram-
bles Involve the intercept of drug
smugglers flying from South
America and the Caribbean, a
peacetime role of the detachment.


AARP Meetings
Local AARP Chapter 3425, in
Port St. Joe will hold its April
board meeting on Saturday, April
8th at 10:00 in the Gulf Pines
Hospital conference room. All
board members, committee chair-
men and other interested parties
are welcome to attend.'
They will have their monthly
general meeting on Wednesday,
April 12th at 12:30 p.m. This will
be a luncheon meeting so all at-
tendees are asked to bring a cov-
ered dish, dessert, meat or vege-
table. Coffee and tea will be
provided.
The program will feature an
Easter parade so wear an original
Easter bonnet. Prizes will be
awarded to the most outstanding
bonnets of the day.


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Amn. 1st Class Chris Hand

Hand Graduates
Air Force Airman 1st Class
Christopher Hand has graduated
from Air Force basic training at
Lakeland Air Force Base in San
Antonio.'
During the six weeks of train-
ing the airman studied the Air-
Force mission,. organization and
customs and' received special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who com-
plete basic training earn credits
toward an associate degree
through the Community College
of the Air Force.
Hand is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. James Hand, Jr. of Wewa-
hitchka.
He is a 1988 graduate of We-
wahitchka High School.


f[ Elizabeth W. Thompson
REALTOr LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Office: Hwy. 98 at 19th St., Mexico Beach
Mailing Address: Rt. 3, Box 167, Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Fax: (904) 648.4247
904-648-5683 or 1-800-582-2990
After Hours: Jay Rish, Associate Broker, 904-229-1070,
Brenda Miller, Salesperson, 904/648-5435

; -NEW LISTING -
07 GARRISON

PORT ST. JOE

3 bdrm., 1 ba. block home nestle on a 75'x 180' lot in a nice established neighbor-
hood. Survey indicates 1,247 sq. feet of heated & cooled space. Carpet throughout
except in the kitchen and bathroom where there is vinyl flooring.Great room design
with eating area and there is a bar in the kitchen. Heating is gas & the cooling is
supplied by 2 window unit air conditioners. There are also 2 ceiling fans. Outside
there is a covered carport which is attached to a roomy utility building. The lot is
covered with large pines and is neatly kept There is also a chain link dog kennel in
the rear of, the lot. DON'T LET THIS ONE GET AWAY BECAUSE IT WON'T LAST
LONGI A GREAT. PRICE AT $58,600.00. Call Jay Rish, After Hours, 229-1070


SALES


Tom Todd

Realty, INC.


BEACH

RENTALS

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


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BAY VIEW W/DIRECT ACCESS VIA DOCK CAPE SAN BLAS Great view of the
bay from this 2br/2ba single family home. Master suite upstairs w/private access ftom
deck. Two storage areas on ground level, concrete parking. REDUCED!! NOW
$99,000.
PLANTATION AIR PARK Lovely 3br/2.5 bath home fronting on the 18th green of
golf course and is near airstrip (4000' more or less grass). Cathedral ceiling in living
area. Lots of custom work. Satellite system. Beautiful area close to Port St. Joe. Price:
$159,500.
PLANTATION AIR PARK Pilots alert! 3br/2.5 bath home in nice neighborhood, near
the airstrip (4000' more or less grass). Only minutes from Port St. Joe. Enclosed gar-
age, approximately 1800 square feet. Sits on large lot. Priced at $115,000.
GULF FRONT CAPE SAN BLAS CAPE SANDS LANDING PHASE II Two 2br/
2ba condos available. Furnished. Excellent gulf view. Great rental potential. Prices
start at $65,000.
GULF VIEW AT GULF PINES This 2 br home is priced at $110,000. Being sold with
furnished kitchen. Has large covered deck. Close to boardwalk to the beach. Lot is 100'
x 220' more or less. Has concrete parking plus small shop and UR downstairs.
EMERALD ISLE CAPE SAN BLAS GULF VIEW with GULF ACCESS This 2br
home has approx. 1300 sq. ft. of living area. Large deck, raised ceiling in living room.
Amenities include w/d, ceiling fans, central H/A, ,edar siding, etc. Price $110,000.
ST. JOE BEACH REDUCED PRICEn! $67,500.00 UNOBSTRUCTED GULF
VIEW! Dedicated Beach front! Two Bedrooms, 1.5 baths. Appliances.
MEXICO BEACH NEW LISTING 114 4th St. VIEW OF GULF FROM THIS
SUN DECK! 3/2 Double-wide m/home. Central H/A Covered patio, 2 utility bldgs.,
appliances, one half block to dedicated beach! $65,000.00.
MEXICO BEACH 2502 Hwy 98 Spacious Florida Room! 2/3 bedrooms. C/ H&A,
single garage. Large comer lot! View of Water w/Beach access! Zoned tourist com-
mercial! $125,000.00.

Tom Todd Realty, Inc.
HC 1 Box 150, Port St. Joe, FL 32456

800-876-2611 or 904-227-1501
Marie M. Todd, Rental Mgr. Brenda J. Lynn, Associate
Craig Todd, Associate Thomas M. Todd, Broker
Nancy Todd, Associate


Students of the Month
Four PortUSt. Joe High School students were selected as "Students Of The Month". for March. They
represent each grade level and are: Dottie Davis, 9th grade; Matthew Todd, 10th grade; Jeff Player,
11th grade; and Dacole McCloud, 12th grade.,
The students were recommended by their teachers on the basis of academic achievement, citizen-
ship, enthusiasm and positive attitude, and were treated to lunch by Principal Wes Taylor.


Tyndall Air Unit Provides


Security for U.S. Borders


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

Spring Special

Canal' Front Home Overstreet Large 3 bd., 1 ba.
home on approx. 4 acres With 225' on the canal. This
lovely 2 story stilt home has many amenities including
cedar-lined walk-in closets, jacuzzi, cen.- h&a, ground
floor enclosed w/3 garage doors. Lg. 38'x60' metal
building with two 12'x12' roll-up doors included. Was
$162,000. REDUCED TO $105,000.
NEW LISTINGS:
Overstreet 200 Canal Dr, -Nice large corner lot
with a 2 bdrm., 1 ba. mobile home, handyman's
special, $27,900.
White City 215 Charles Ave. Lovely 3 bdrm., 1
ba. house on 2 lots. House has fireplace and 2 car
garage. Priced right at $64,900.


Sales Rentals Vacation Rental Specialists
JOHN M. DELORME, Realtor ELLEN F. ALLEMORE, Realtor


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