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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: May 11, 1995
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (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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FIFTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NUMBER,39


Late Tax

Notice

Begins.

697 Parcels.
Are Advertised
As Delinquent
Tax Collector Eda
Ruth Taylor began adver-
tisement of the 697 parcels
on the tax rolls, which be-
came delinquent April 1, in
this week's issue of The
Star. The list of unpaid
items will be published for,
the next three weeks to
satisfy the state law gov-
erning the payment of ad
valorem taxes.
The list contains about
the same number of items
as last year and sets a
complicated system into
motion. for payment of the
taxes.
Property owners still
have until 9:00 a.m., May
26 to pay the taxes with-
out having a tax lien sold
against their property.
At 9:30 on that same
date, a sale of unpaid tax
deeds will be held in the
County Commissioners'
meeting room, with all
items being offered to the
lowest bidder.
The sale is expected to
take about'three hours to
complete, according to
Taylor. &
All potential bidders
must put up a $300 cash
deposit prior to the sale.
They will bid the amount
of. interest they will
charge the property owner
for payment of taxes and
costs. Each tax certificate
is valid for up to seven
years
Tax certificate holders
may apply for a tax deed
on their item, after they
have held it for two years.
Upon .application they
must pay all past due tax-
es. The property will then
be offered up for bid with
the highest bidder taking
ownership.


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INDUSTRY DEEP WATER PORT FINE PEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1995 '


Voters Re n Incumbents to fce


Williams Wins Over Two Opponents; Tharpe Squeaks by Challenger by Two Votes


Port St. Joe voters returned all incumbents
to a new two-year term of office on the City
Commission, by large margins and the narrow-
est of margins, in the city election Tuesday.
With 846 of the City's 2,800 electors going
to the polls in what was billed as a quiet ho-
hum election with little interest, they managed
to turn it into a real squeaker.
Incumbent Commissioner Charles Tharpe
narrowly escaped being "ex-Commissionekr
Charles Tharpe" by only two votes. When the
dust had cleared from a perfect day for voting-
and:the absentee ballots counted and added to
the total from the voting machines, Tharpe had
424 votes and his opponent, first-time candi-
date Wayne White had polled 422 votes. The
voting was so close, voting officials opted to
count the absentee ballots immediately after"
the polls had closed to determine the winner.
Tharpe had 404 machine ballots cast in his
favor and wound up with 20 additional absen-
tee ballots. White had 401 machine votes tal-
lied for his candidacy, and took 21 of the ab-
sentee votes.
After the voting, Tharpe said, "It was a
clean race and I appreciate the manner in
which Mr. White conducted his campaign. I feel
I can continue to work hard during the next
two years to serve the people."
WILLIAMS WINS IN FIRST ROUND
Veteran incumbent Commissioner Edwin


Williams faced his most serious opposition in
several attempts to maintain his seat on the
Board over the years, but managed to defeat
both challengers in the first primary.
Williams polled 468 ballots to gain another
term on the Commission.
His two challengers garnered a total of 436
votes, giving Williams a 32 vote majority. His
closest opponent, Damon McNair, Jr., collected
299 ballots while the second challenger. Arion
"Nick" Ward came in third in the race with 137
votes.
Williams expressed satisfaction with his vic-
tory and said, "I have served for several terms
qn the Commission now, and I am humbled
again by the confidence placed in me by the
people of Port St. Joe. I will continue to do my
best for you all."
MAYOR WINS "BYE"
The third Commission seat which was to be
determined by this year's election, was that of
Mayor-Commissioner.
Mayor Frank Pate, Jr. won re-election to
that post with no opposition. Since no one op-
posed Pate's candidacy, there was no election
held for the office of Mayor-Commissioner.
The three Commissioners will take the oath
of office for their new terms at the first meeting
of the Commission held in June--June 6.


Returning Trio Will Begin New
Terms of Office on June 6


Charles Tharpe Edwin Williams


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Projected Cost to
Be About $100,000
The Gulf County Board of
Commission -gave their final
stamp of approval to "Beacon Hill
Park". when they decided to offer
the project up to'bids at Tues-
day's regularly scheduled.-bo.ard
meeting.
The 40-acre park has been in
the planning stages for quite
some time, becoming a reality
through -the' counties' $100,000
state grant applicaUon being ap-
proved. The 75/25 matching
grant will fund $75.000 of the
project's projected $100,000 price
tag.
Plans for the park include a
new access road and parking lot,
a picnic pavilion, BBQ grills, play-
ground area, and rest rooms. A
softball field, complete with a
sprinkler system, is also in the
plans.
A large portion of the 40-acre
tract will remain in its natural
state and a 1/2 mile long nature
trail will be constructed through
that portion of the property. De-
scriptive signs will be placed
along the trail identifying and de-
fining many of the local plants
and trees native to this part. of
the state.
A 125-foot dune walkover will
also be included in the project
which was designed by Preble-
Rish, Inc.


Construction
Two small construction pro-
jects inside the city are the build-
ing of a walking track in the vi.
cinity, of Washington Recreation
Center (top photo) and a crosso-
ver in the midst of 22nd Street
between Cypress and Marvin Av-
enues to provide students an al-
ternate avenue to schooL.


DOT Tells Gulf Road Projects to be Complete in '95

All Three Entrances to Port St. Joe Presently in Various Stages of Resurface Work


Department of Transportation
representatives were present at
Tuesday's Gulf County Commis-.
sion meeting to update,the Board
on state road maintenance and'
paving planned and on-going in
the county.
Gene Martin and Jimmy. Rog-
ers briefed the Board on Highway
71 and Highway 98 paving
progress telling the Commission-
ers that work should be complet-
ed on these roads by the end of
the summer or early fall of 1995.
All three major state high-
ways in the southern end of Gulf
County are currently under vary-
ing stages of resurfacing. High-
way 71 from Port St. Joe to the
White City Bridge, and Highway
98, both east and west of Port St.
Joe are being resurfaced by DOT.
The Commission had request-
ed that DOT establish a "no pass-
ing" zone on Highway 98 at Bea-
con Hill to. help alleviate the
traffic hazard and congestion that
exists there during the summer
.months when the tourist season
is at its peak. The official told the
Board that DOT would be con-
ducting a traffic study in June to
determine the feasibility of estab-


fishing the "no passing" zone.
They also told the Board of
upcoming maintenance projects
on the St. Joe Paper mill overpass
and White City bridge.
Stipulated Settlement
Agreement -
The County Commission ap-
proved a stipulated settlement
agreement with the Department
of Community Affairs concerning
land use designation as it ap-
pears on the county's Compre-
hensive Plan.
The County and the Depart-
ment of Community Affairs (DCA)
have been at odds over land use
designation in four areas of the
county for over two years before
reaching a compromise on the is-
sue.
After receiving the county's
Comprehensive 'Plan from DCA
the Board requested 76 changes
be made in land use designation.
All but three of the changes were
approved by the state agency with
property around Ski Breeze
Campsites, Salinas Park, Indian
Pass Grocery and the lower land-
ing at Howard Creek being reject-
ed for a change in land use appli-
cation.


Ambulance Negotiations
Negotiations between Gulf
'County and Gulf Pines Hospital
to ,provide ambulance service for
the southern end of the county
are continuing. Chairman Mi-
chael Hammond told the Board,
"We will have recommendation to
bring before the board on or be-
fore the next meeting." Hammond
and Don Butler, Chief Adminis-
trator, were appointed by the
.Board to negotiate the ambulance
issue with Gulf Pines.
Questions concerning the
manning of a back-up ambulance
'crew wee aired at the last Board
meeting and further discussed at
a special meeting between the
two pai-ties Tuesday during con-
tract negotiations. It was reported
to the Board at their last meeting
that a back-up unit has not been
available to respond on several
occasions during the past several
months creating a delay in re-
spone time when the primary
crew was in service on another
call.
Commissioner Nathan Peters
told the Board, "I hate to see us
spend time and money to estab-
lish a first rate 911 service when


we don't have a first rate ambu-
lance service to respond.",
Hammond said, "The only
choice the Board, may have will
be. to look at some hard alterna-
tives."
HUD Meeting
Don Butler told the Board
that he had been contacted by
Congressman Scarborough's of-
fice advising him of a meeting
with representatives of his office
Thursday concerning the $22 mil-
lion of HUD money to be doled
out to the state.
Gulf County, as well as sever-
al other counties in the state im-
pacted by floods from Tropical
Storm Alberto last summer, have
not only been left out of the mon-
ey allocation process but have not
even been notified of several
meetings concerning the alloca-
tion of the money.
County Administrator Larry
Wells told the Board he had been
In contact with the Governor's of-
fice and other governmental enti-
ties expressing Gulf County's dis-
gruntlement over not being a
party in the decision-making pro-
cess.
Butler said a representative


from Scarborough's office had
told him they were concerned
about the problem and hopefully
the county would see some re-
sults from the meeting.
In Other Business
Instructed Board attorney
Barbara Sanders to look into the
legality of establishing an ordi-
nance banning vendors from us-
ing county. pull-offs along the
beach to sell their goods.
Granted turtle watch driv-
ers permission to drive on the
beaches while searching for turtle
nests.
.* Applied for a $39,000 state
grant to build boat launching fa-
cilities at Overstreet.
Decided to cap a section of
the Doc Whitfleld Road (not to ex-
ceed $5,000) to smooth it after re-
pairs to the road.
Jerry Swan, Executive Di-
rector of Gulf County Transporta-
tion, expressed thanks to Veteran
Service officer Bo Williams for co-
ordinating hospital trips for vete-
rans to Gainesville.
Gave Gulf County sheriff
Frank McKelthen permission to
use traffic violation funds to "re-
pair or replace" radio equipment.


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PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1995


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Too Many!

DOES THE NUMBER 28 seem excessive to you, in describ-
ing the number of active "crack houses" in Port St. Joe? Does
that number make you wonder about what Is going on in our
city-a community of less than 5,000 souls? Consider, also, that
we're not talking about that section of the city predominantly oc-
"cupied by any race or ethnic group of the population. Still, the
numbers don't get much better for raw statistics. Port St. Joe
doesn't contain that many churches, nor restaurants, nor dis-
count stores The only one thing Port St. Joe has in more
abundance-according to a story published in last week's Star-
is homes!
We don't know how you feel about it, but that's alarming to
us! Given the danger of smoking crack and the attention given to
its eradication by local law enforcement, we would think that
TWO crack houses operating in Port St. Joe would be two too
many.
IN A CONVERSATION we had with police officials, following'
the publication of the story in last. week's paper, we learned
some 'startling facts; facts that should galvanize every interested
and caring adult Into positive action of some sort, to change the
dir-ection of some of young adults and kids. It is they, to a great
degree, who are indulging in this activity, with a few uniscrupu-
lous adults taking advantage of the situation.
The police tell us that a "crack house" isn't necessarily -a
house dealing in and condoning the use of crack, A "crack
house" is a description given any place where users of the drug
can go to get out of the view of the general public, or the police,
in order to use their .substance in private and outside the vision
of other people.
A "CRACK HOUSE" could be an old abandoned piece of
drainage pipe, or a stack of rubbish or debris, large enough to
hollow out a place big enough for one or two persons to get in
and be out of the view of anyone. This is a secretive activity
which is going on here, and the perpetrators don't wish to be ob-
served ... by anyone!
Given that definition of a "crack house", it might not seem to
be too big a number to you. It's still too large a number of "crack
houses" to have operating in Port St. Joe, to us. Twenty-eightl
people using crack is too many for a town our size, much less 28
locations where the users are going!
We would be one of those who simply had to demand they be
eradicated!



Old Theatre Revival
SO, AT LONG LAST, the old Port Theatre building is going to
get some attention ... a little Tender, Loving Care, if you please.
The stately old building, which makes up the centerpiece of the
300 block of Reid Avenue, has long been in need of, first, atten-
tion and, in more recent years, a lot of attention.
It has been so neglected it has become dangerous to passers-
by and an eye-sore to everyone. We think it has been through
the grace of God that nobody has been injured by the deteriorat-
ing building over the years, considering the condition of the part
of the building hanging out over the sidewalk.
THE' CONDITION OF THEl building has not been allowed to
reach its present state due to lack of interest of many-people '
over the years. Lack of activity, maybe, but not lack of'interest.
Many attempts have been made during the past 30 years, by dif-
ferent individuals, to make the old building useable once more.
Attempts have even been made to come up with some public
use for the building which would attract grant money, to no
avail. It looked as if we were stuck with a white elephant on our
hands, although a white elephant would probably have been
more valuable to us with the side-show attraction capabilities in-
volved.
NOW, THE WADE CLARK'S have come up with a new idea
for the old building and, best of all, are willing to put a little
money and work behind their idea, to bring the old building
back to life. An auction house! Who else but an auctioneer
would have come up with such a solution for our white ele-
phant?
-If you have had the' opportunity to listen to' the Clarks, they
have several dreams and ideas for the old building's utilization.
To hear them tell iti they are not all that far-fetched either. They
are sensible. thought-out ideas they have for putting the old
building to profitable use.
.Anything which brings the old building back into productivi-
ty is'just one more step toward the continued stability of our
downtown area.
We wish you well, Wade and Paula Clark!


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I don't know if you keep up
with, the late breaking stories out
of Spring City, Tennessee, so I
thought I'd bring you up to speed.
The big news, of course, concerns
the trespassers who just recently
held the demonstration at the
nearby Watts Bar T.V.A. facility.
It wasn't clear if they were pro-
testing nuclear power, the. endani


bunker Down with Kes


by Kesley Colbert


3ury It In San Francisco


germent of the snail darter, the
planned vacation community,
power boat racing on the man-
made lake or electricity. Accord-
ing to my old college classmate.
Mike "Loony Shoony" Shunamen,
who lives in Spring City, 'They
came, they marched around for a
few days, they took a lot of pic-
tures of themselves in front of the
dam, they passed out 10 million
pamphlets, they left. Mike added,
"As soon as the first drops of rain
hit, man, they were gone." He
sounded disappointed. He sent
me a copy of the local paper's
coverage of the demonstration
complete with pictures and a
quote from a Mr. John A. Dumire


of Dumire's Texaco on exactly
where those folks" could go for
their next rally. Old Loony also
included one of their pamphlets.
Among other innovative arti-
cles, this well laid-out tabloid
(and obviously expensive) con-
tained a list of 50 different things
that each of us can do to save the
earth. This list was proudly com-
piled by an organization called
Earth Island Iristitute. They are
based in San Francisco. I, like
you, am very interested in saving
the earth. They had my attention!
The first "thing to do" on the
list was "bury your car". I looked
back to the front of the newsletter


All You Need is a Screwdriver, Pliers and an Adjustable


? Wrench!


IT WAS AEiOUT 47 years ago
when I bought the first one when
my eldest son 'reached his first
birthday..It was no problem to
put together because it came al-
ready assembled.
The second one I purchased
was about 25 years ago, when my
eldest grandson reached hisfirst
birthday. I ,Jet his parents put
that one together.
The third one I purchased
was just last week. It came disas-,
sembled and I had to put it to-
gether myself. Dave May offered
to put it together for me, for a
$5.00 fee, but I did some rapid
miscalculationn and came up
with the answer that decided on
me putting it together.
It looks like with 47 years of
purchasing red wagons, I would
have better sense than try to put
one together myself, but I opted
to try it anyhow. ,

TO GO BACK to the begin-


ning of this story. I also used my
own reasoning, such as it is, to
come up with the idea that I
needed a red wagon-a Radio Fly-
er-if you please.' Radio Flyers
only come in one color, so far as I
know... red!
I was piddling around in the
yard the other evening with Fren-
chie, and I remarked, "This mov-
ing things could be made easier,
if we had a little red wagon."
She agreed with me. She
doesn't agree with much I say,
when it comes to working in the
yard,,but she agreed with mel
I happened to be planting me


some strawberry plants individu-
ally in buckets and having to
move pots, dirt, fertilizer, potting
soil, etc., around was getting to
be a chore. The red wagon would
make all this moving around easi-'
er both now and in the future, I
observed. .

USE A WHEELBARROW for
this purpose and both hands are
occupied. Using a red wagon puts
wheels under the load and leaves
one hand free
It wasn't hard to convince
Frenchie that was the way to go.
"Why don't you get us one?"-l,"


she asked.
When it comes ,to buying
something for the yard, it's a val-
id expenditure and no question
about Whether we need it or not.
,If it's for the yard, it's a legitimate
expenditure. If it's for the house
we think about it for a while.
If my suggestion had not .
been made on a Sunday, I would
have had to go get one right then!
It was something we had to havel

MONDAY, I WENT to see my
neighbor Dave May, to see if I
might make my purchase,
"Sure enough," said Dave,
"I've got just what you need back
here." -
"How about that one," :I
asked, pointing to a nice red wag-
on sitting on the floor on display
up front.
"Oh, no. You don't want that
old shop worn wagon. You want a
brand new one with the 'new'
smell still intact," he said.'


Dave went to the back and
dcme back a few seconds later,,
carrying a. long flat cardboard
box, with a picture of a Radio Fly- "
er wagon on the side. Just what I
wanted
"How did they fold it up 'and
get it inside-the box?" I asked. '
'These fresh brand new ones
with the 'new' smell still intact,"
need a little assembly," he said.
"Where' ,do I .get that?" I
asked.
'You do it or else. I will do it
for you for an extra $5.00." he of-
fered.
Knowing Dave's affinity for
$5.00 bills, I figured there
couldn't be much to assemble if
he only wanted $5.00 to-' do the
Job.
So I decided to take the wag-
on ... unassembled.

THAT WAS MY first mistake
The second mistake was figuring I
could do it between NBC News


Date T
May 12 9:26
May 13 9:52.
.' May 14 10:29
May 15 11:12
/ May 16 12:00
May 17 12:49
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and Wheel of Fortune after supper
one evening.
If you do everything correctly
the first time around, you can't
do it in that time frame, even if
you had a set of directions
SI opened that long flat card-
board box and it looked like an
entire hardware store fell out' ;
I assembled all the' tools the
directions said I would need [by ,
the way there were no other di-'
rections with the wagon] and
managed to get all that done
within the 30 minutes I was allot-
ting for, the entire Job.
The first time I put the wagon i
together, I got the tongue assem-
bly bolted on backwards. It had I
to be taken apart and put back
on again. This time I did it right! I
finally got the entire thing.put to-
gether and tested and spent only
an hour and a half on it.
You better go up on your as-
sembly charge. Dave. It's worth
more than $5.00 to put one of
those contraptions together


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(sic) to see if it was edited by Al-
fred E. Neuman or David Letter-
man. BURY YOUR CARI Boy,
these folks were serious about
"difficult dos". Then, all the
things I'd ever heard, seen or
read about San Francisco began
to roll over in my mind. I wish
one of 'em would come and inter-
view me, "Kes, did you bury your
car like we asked?"
'Yeah, I did. It's out back un-
der the big oak. It won't be hard
to pick out the spot---it's where.
the oil is bubbling up."
Do you 'reckon these folks
think automobiles are biodegrad-
able?
Second on the list was to
raise your own vegetables. Noth-
ing wrong with that suggestion.
We could produce our own food,
relieve stress and tension by pid-
dling in the garden and possibly
do a little communing with na-
ture along the way. 'Course.
those New York, Chicago, Los An-
geles, Orlando, San Francisco
apartment dwellers' might have a
tiny problem with space. And
then' there's the folks like my
brother--he couldn't grow a shad-
ow on the staked plains on a
cloudless summer day at six in
the afternoon . and all the
oil and gas and freon and anti-
freeze and power' steering fluid
leaking out of the ground would
tend to retard your cucumbers
and squash and turnips .. ,
' Eighteen on the list was
"have your power lines discon-
nected". People, I was fairly small
when the T.V.A. finally got elec-
tricity out to us in the mid-50's-
but I ain't forgot going to bed at
dark to save onr kerosene. I re-
member life before air condition-
ers. I took a regular turn at bring-
ing in stove wood. I froze on one
side and cooked on the other
while dressing 'bn the hearth'
'cause that fireplace was all the
heat we had. Call me a "gone city
softy", but if it gets down to elec-
tricity or the earth, well, we can
all watch it go up on T.V......
Speaking of television, that
was number twenty-one on the
list, "unplug your sets". My Na-
tional Honor Society,' Gold Card,
Phi Beta Kappa -son glafied at
the list, "Daddy, if yOi've alif.dy
-done eighteen., yt1rixdoit need to
bother with twenty-one."
"Stop using toilet paper and
Kleenex; use washable cloth" was
on' the list I don't even want to
get into that mess situation. Ex-
cept to point out wthout electrici-
ty we are now also without wash-
ing machines. We can all meet
down at the 'creek and pull out
our old scrub boards. I don't be-
lieve I'd everblow my nose again .'
"Don'ti buy' anything that
comes in a package." I'd have to'
give up Grape' Nuts and Jimmy
Deafn would be out of business. *
And so would a:lot of other people
in the cardboard box industry. I
-guess we could wrap our butter
pecan ice cream in a wash cloth.
"Don't own anything that
runs on batteries." I don't own
anything now that runs on bat-
teries--that works.
(See KESLEY on Page 3)


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Scores Coverage
NOTE: The following 'Letter to th
Editor", penned by a Wewahitchkl
residents dated May 5, 1995, wa,
addressed to the Editor of the &New
Herta -In Panama City.' It wa
requested thataitt be published by Th
Dear Editor,
e I am writing to complain
about your lack of coverage o
high school sports outside o
Panama City area and
specifically;., the teams frorn
Wewahltchka. At the writing o
this letter the number one ranked
Lady Gator softball team is one
game from the state final four
They are 29-2, are led by five 9tl
graders, and an 8th grade pitcher
who is 28 and 2 with 4 no-hitters
In this week alone they rallied ii
the last inning from a .7 rui
deficit to remain alive in the
playoffs, yet there .was nc
coverage other than their than the norma
-game report.
Ironically, on the next dah
you rana feature on Panama Cit
Christian playing for some
church league title against tin:
schools that people from their
own' communities don't knov*
exist. On, that day was nc
mention of the regional softball
playoffsL being held at Wewa
hitchka, Port St. Joe's stunning
upset of Florida High, or the third
rankled Wewahltchka baseball
team playing in the district
semifinals. There have been ic
feature or even headline coverage
in the News Herald of the softball
Sor the: baseball teams from Gul
County this year. -There have
been several stories'ec anc
headlines in the Tallahassee
Democrat. Unfortunately, we do
not receive this paper in
Wewahitchka. If we could ge
delivery of that paper then the
only letter mostjof us would neec
to write woU4d be one o
cancellation to you as one of your
subscribers.
Before you explain this
inadequacy in coverage is due tc
lack of resources, let me remind
you that your paper assigned twc
full time investigative reporters
for six months to research a store
in' Gulf County that revealed
absolutely nothing. Additionally

KaesteyyrurPagei.
consumee only products pro
duced within your bloregion."
Didn't understand this one he
cause I don't kqow what a "biore
gion" is. I think it has to do witb
"right around close to -where yoi
live", If that's the Case we'd ,be
down to mullet and pine bark..
I'd like to get, a'hold of some-
one at the Earth Island Institute
and explain .to them that we'd liki
it if they kept their ideas and
pamphlets and demonstrators
contained in their own bicregion
We ain't out there -telling then
how to live. And I'd also like ti
know how many of their own can
-have they buried.
* I'm also going to contact Mr
,, John A. Dumire in- Spring City
Tennessee. He seems .to be ,
straight forward kind of guy.!,
want him to find but if our federal
government is in any way subsl
dizing the "work" of the Earth Is
land Institute. If it is-,I'm goinj
to start a march of my own.,
Respectfully,
Kesley


* oysters
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* Shrimp
* Crabs
* Crawfish'


as recently as Friday you found
room for another large spread on
the past sheriff and the only
e headline in the sports section
a about Gulf County was a former
s Port St. Joe. player now at
s Clemson that was having some
L legal problems.
After each sports season you
pick an- all county team that
n includes only players from Bay
f County.. Judging by a three from-
)f each school formula, this
d selection might be a simple call to
the four schools' coaches asking
f Which three players do you want
d to put on the team. Why are area
e players not included, or has your
S paper become just a small town
S publication? If you are going to
r cover regional news why not
cover regional sports?,
n Please do. not offer the other
excuse that the coaches do not
e call, the scores in because for
0 years I personally called in scores
1 and playoff background along
with news releases that were not
y printed or responded to in any
y way.
y aIt is apparent that the oaly
e coverage e the News Herald Is
Y interested in providing Gulf
, County is the negative sensa-.
tionalism and shoddy news
l stories you, are becoming known
for in this county.
g If our girls can be fortunate
d enough to win a couple more'
1 games, please don't jump on the
S bandwagon when USA Today or
ESPN Scholastic Sports America
e ,provides the deserved coverage to
I this truly special group of girls.
f Sincerely.
f /s/Jim
e James W. McKnight


Remembers FDR
e Dear Editor. ,
d I've read with avid interest
f your column on FDR. One of the
r great moments of my life was see-
ing him' "in person". But never
s once did I suspect he was unable
o to walk- I learned this only after
d he died. I was only about ten
o years old when I saw him, but the-
s memory of his beautiful smile is
y with me now, over 60 years later.
I suspect-anyone would' give
all that, he or she has for good
health and/or good legs. I have
neither and' th tpaih in "ify legs
is at times unbearable. I wear
braces on both legs.
- So, though my understanding
I is that paralyzed legs feel no pain,
- I know what FDR had to go
through every day of his life, from
h the day polio struck.'
Our nation profited by his af-
fliction-or so I believe, suffering
refines the human spirit 'and
teaches it compassion.
S FDR took a bludgeoned, beat-
j en nation and breathed life back
s into it by encouraging us to reig-
nite our burned-out hopes and
ni dreams. We need such a iman to-
o day, but I fear there will never be,
s another like him.
Thank you for your,tribute to
FDR, and for invoking in my
memories of this great president,
a a man of vision, wisdom and
I compassion.
d Merry Harris
- Ocouillo. CA
- P.S.-Your article on the little
g train the children of Port SL Joe
love has inspired me to write a
children's story. Thank you for
this also.


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New Ministerial Alliance Slate of Officers
New officers for the Port St. Joe Ministerial Association are, from left: Vice President, Jeff Scalf of
St. Joe Assembly'of God; Secretary, James Wiley of Oak Grove Assembly of God; Treasurer, Zedoc Bax-
ter of First United Methodist Church; and President, Jerry Huft of St. James Episcopal Church.


Polling Was Lively This Election Day
Poll workers, Juanita Powell and Merlene Ward check credentials of Inell Stutzman at the city election
polls Tuesday. A total of 846 city electors came to the polls during the day to cast their ballots for the
selection of two city commissioners to serve on the board for two year terms.


Kevin Conoley NationalAward Winner In English


United States Achievement
Academy has announced that Ke-
vin Conoley has been named a
'United States National Award
winner in English. This award is
a prestigious honor very few stu-
dents can every hope to attain. In
fact, the Academy recognizes less
that 10% of all -American high


school students.
Kevin, who attends Port St.,.
J0oe Middle School was nominated
for this national award by. Ruby
Krbx, a teacher at the school. Ke-
vin will appear inI the United
States Achievement Academy Of-
ficial Collegiate Yearbook, which
is published nationally.


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"Achievement Academy win-
ners should be congratulated for
their dedication to achievement,"
said Dr. George Stevens, Execu-
tive Director of the academy.
Kevin is the son of Roy and
Janet Conoley of Mexico Beach
and the grandson of Ruby Gau-
treauxof Port St. Joe.


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Certification for
Commodities In
Wewa on May 17
Certification (only) for Wewa-
hitchka commodity recipients will
take place on Wednesday, May
17, from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.,
CDT, at the Old Courthouse.
Those in Wewahitchka whose
cards have expired should bring
their necessary papers on that
day to recertify. .
The Commodity Office at the
Gulf County Courthouse in Port
St. Joe is open Monday through
Friday (except holidays) from 9:00
a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.
to 5:00 p.m., EDT, for certifica-
tion.
Please note that the next
commodity distribution will be in
June'. For further* information ,feel
free to call 229-6111, 639-5068,
or 639-5069.

Letter Carriers
Collect Food Sat.
The National Association of
Letter Carriers in conjunction
with the U. S. Postal Service, the
AFL-CIO, and the United Way of
America, will be collecting non-
perishable food items on Satur-
day, May 13 for -distribution to
food banks,in our community.
Please place a food donaton
by your mailbox this Saturday,
May 13. Your letter carrier will
pick it up and deliver it to the
food bank. Everyone's help is ap-
preciated in this community ef-
fort.

Sr. Citizens Schedule
Giant Yard Sale
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens will be holding a giant yard
sale in the Centennial Building
on May 27 from 8:00 a.m. until
3:00 p.m. Items are needed for
the sale to help raise funds for
the construction of the Stiles
Brown Senior Citizens & Commti-
nity Center. Please look around
your homes, garages, and storage'
sheds and donate Items no longer
being used to,:the Centennial
Building on May 25 and 26 from
1:00 to 5:00 p.m. If you need
items picked up, please call. 229-
8466.

Social Security
Rep. Coming
Most Social Security business
can be handled over the'.phone..
You are invited to call the Social
Security office at 1-800-772-
1213.
If you cannot come to Patina-
ma City, you may meet the Social
Security representative at the
Gulf County Courthouse on the
first and third Monday of each
month from 11:00 a.m. -until
12:00 p.m., E.D.T.
In May, the representative
will meet next in Port St. Joe on
the 15th.


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PAGE 4 THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1995


Exchange Vows In


Candlelit Service


A candlelight ceremony unit-
ed Melissa Lynn Aguras and Wil-
liam Howard Ramsey, Jr. in mar-
riage on April 8 in the sanctuary
of Long Avenue Baptist Church.
The Rev. David Fernandez offi-
ciated at the double ring ceremo-
ny.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fumio Hirahara of
Carson City, Nevada, and John
Aguras and Rita Thomas of Sali-
nas, California. She is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Butts of Port St. Joe.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Ramsey, Sr.
of Port St. Joe. His grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Wesley R. Ram-
sey, Sr. of Port St. Joe and Robert
Cantley, Sr. of Wewahitchka.
Mrs. Jimmie Cox, organist,
rendered a selection of nuptial
music. Buddy Hamm, soloist, ac-
companied himself on the piano
as he sang "Keeper of the Stars"
arid "Forever Yours".
The bride, entering upon the
arm of her father, was radiant in
a formal length gown of candle-
light satin, accented with a cathe-
dral length train. The long-
sleeved bodice had a sweetheart
neckline, adorned with irides-
cents and seed pearls. Her bridal
bouquet consisted of white roses,
carnations, babies' breath, and
seed pearls.
Attending the bridal couple
were their parents and brother.
Matrons of honor were Mavis Hir-
ahara and Shirley Ramsey, moth-
ers of the couple. William H.
Ramsey, Sr. assisted his son as
best man. John Aguras, father of
the bride, and Eric Ramsey,
brother of the groom, were groom-.
smen.' Steven Odom, Jarred Pat-
terson, and John J. Ray served as
ushers.
The matrons of honor were
identically attired in purple tea
length satin gowns, featuring a
dropped waistline. They each car-
ried a bouquet of mixed spring
flowers.
.The groom and groomsmen
wore black tuxedos, accented


Whitney Brooks

Whitney is Two!
Whitney Brooks. celebrated
her second birthday at Frank
Pate Park on April 15 with a Min-
nie Mouse party. -Friends and
family joined her in the celebra-
tion.
Whitney is the daughter of
Robert and Mary Brooks.' Her
grandparents are Bobble Wood of
Port St. Joe, Donald Wood of Key-
stone Heights, and Jim and Sue
Brooks of Port St. Joe.


with white rose boutonnieres.
Miss Leah Taylor was the
flower girl and Austin Horton,
cousin of the groom, was the ring
bearer.
The handbell choir of Long
Avenue Baptist Church per-
formed "The Lord's Prayer" as the
couple knelt in prayer during the
ceremony.
The wedding was directed by
Charlotte Pierce. 'Wedding pro-
grams were handed out by Jenny
Patterson and Lynde Taylor.
RECEPTION
A reception followed the cere-
mony in the Family Life Center of
the church. Regina Williams
greeted the guests as they signed
the bride's book.
Karen Butts and Missy. No-
bles served the wedding cake,
and Robin Humphrey served' the
groom's cake. Shannon Renfro
presided at the punch fountain.
Acting as floor hostesses were
Jeri Ashcraft, Carol Faison, Sara
Maddox, Carolyn McNeill, and
Jacque Yeager.
The reception area was beau-
tifully decorated with white lattice
work, accented with purple tulle
and magnolia leaves. Floral ar-


Hey girls! Are you dreaming
of something exciting and out-of-
this world? Then take an imagi-
nary trip into outer space and let
your mind go where no mind has
gone before! Play galactic games,
do constellation crafts and partic-
ipate in a stargazing sleepover.
The Girl Scout Council of the
Apalachee Bend will be offering
Gulf County's "Soaring through
the Solar System" summer day.
camp the week of July 17-21 at
the First United Methodist
Church (please not he date,
and location have changed from
the camp booklet that was mailed
out to registered Girl Scouts). The
time is from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30
p.m., EST, Monday through
Thursday,. with a sleepover
Thursday night and Friday pick
up at noon.
All girls who have completed
first through sixth grades are eli-
:gible to participate. Older. girls
may volunteer to assist the camp
director and staff.
The cost is $35.00 for Girl
Scouts. Non-Girl Scouts add


BBQ Dinner Sale
Those delicious, mouth-
watering bar-b-que dinners,
cooked by Paul Gant will once
again be sold from the Frank Pate
Park, adjacent to First Union
Bank, on May 13 from 11:00 a.m.
until 2:00 p.m.
Patrons will have a choice of
a completed chicken dinner for
$5.00 or a slab of ribs for $12.00.
To place an order or purchase
tickets see any Mold-A-Malie
member or call 229-6624 or 229-
6290.
This sale is being held to
raise funds for the youth involved
in Project Mold-A-Male. The com-
munity's support of this project is
very much appreciated.
Any questions should be di-
rected to the project contact per-
son, Chester Gant, Jr.


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$6.00. The cost is free for the first
child of an adult who helps staff
the event, and half price for the
second child. (A training session.
will be offered on May 15 from
6:30-8:30 at the Port St. Joe li-
brary for those. interested in'
volunteering, both older girls
and adultsil) The nmber nf staIff


Registration forms for camp-
ers, older girl helpers arid adult
staff may be obtained by calling:
the council office in Tallahassee
at 1-800-876-9704 or 904-386-:
2131. The camp must have at
least 20 campers. with a maxi-
mum of 80. Registration deadline
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people chosen, will be based on
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Peacock Family GrduationPl.ns


Reunion Plans
The fourteenth annual reun-
ion of the Peacock Family Associ-
ation of the South will be held in
Thomasville,. Georgia, at the Holi-
day Inn on Friday and Saturday,
June 23 and 24. All Peacocks and
Peacock descendants are urged to
attend to learn more about your
ancestors. "
This Associatiorn is searching
especially for descendants of:
Samuel I, II, III, John and Nancy,
John, Thomas, William, Robert,;
Levi, Arnold, Alfred, Jesse, David,
Asa, Abraham, Moulton, Wash-
ington, Hamilton, Archibald,
Louis C. and Michael Peacock.
'Please contact Don Peacock,
Chairman, 1801 6th Avenue,
Forth Worth, Texas 76110-6404,
(817) 924-2574, for further infor-
mation or reservation informa-
tion.

Thompson Temple,
To Honor Mothers'
Thompson Temple First Born
Church, will be sponsoring a
:Mother's Day program and lunch-
con on May .14th at 11:30 a.m.
Anyone who would like to join is
welcome to attend.
The church is located at 222
Avenue E in Port, St; Joe.


Gulf County's Center of North
Florida Head Start raised approx-
imately $600 to cover the expens-
es of a graduation ceremony.
planned for their 3- and 4-year-,'
old children. Raffle tickets for a
trip to Panama City Beach's
Boardwalk Resort, plus $100 in
cash were sold by parents and
staff members. The winner of the'
raffle was Roger ,,l isqn 9f We-
wahitchka.
North Florida Head Start and
the parent committee of the Gulf'
County Center would like to
thank all of those who contribut-
ed by purchasing a ticket.
The graduation ceremony will
be held on May 25th at the We-
wahitchka Elementary Commons
Area at 7:00 p.m. All friends aind
family members are Invited and
encouraged to attend; It will be a.
precious moment in the lives of,
these children and their families.
Head Start has proven to be a
successful program In all of the
counties under North Florida
Head Start's umbrella. Head Start
officials report that the children
have been a delight to work with
during the start-up, and the staff
looks forward fo'another wonder-
fulyear next year. They appre-
ciate all'who have contributed in
making their program such a
success. ,


The Mexico Beach' AARP
Chapter will be having a picnic at
Canal Park starting at noon on
Friday, May 19. In case of rain it
will be held in the Mexico Beach
Chamber building.-Free hot dogs,
sodas, etc. will be supplied.
Chapter members' and: other in-
terested persons ate invited to
come join them for their last
meeting of the season.


rangemerits of purple and white
roses and carnations graced the
food tables.
Jenny, Patterson passed out,
birdseed and potpourri bags to


The family of Michael P. Wil-
son wishes to thank everyone for
their many acts of love and kind-
ness shown at the death of their,
loved one.
The many prayers, calls,
cards and other expressions of
sympathy are greatly appreciated..

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the guests. .
The groom's parents hosted
an informal rehearsal dinner on
the eve of the wedding in the
Family Life Center. ,


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* Celebrating National Nurses WeWek ,
National Nursing Week, May 6 12 is currently being celebrated throughout the country. This week .
'is set aside in recognition of those professionals in the medical field that have dedicated their lives testers
S helping others. S G I
The administration at Gulf Pines Hospital showed appreciation to the nurses of the facility this
week, expressing their "thanks" to them and other nurses throughout Gulf County for touching so
many lives with their caring hearts. : The Gulf County Branch
Some of the nursing staff, shown in the photo above are, from left: Barbie Lee, Cindy Summers,' :NAACP is the chartered sponsor of
Shullin Klingbeil, Tessa Goff, Rhonda Vice, Ruth Brownell, Wendy Miller, Barbara Weeks and Pat Loose. the newly organized S.I.S.T.E.R.S.
Club. The Sincere Intelligent
L Sisters working Towards Equity.,
.. EchdRespect, and 'Success targets at-.
W.Law EnforcementWeek Schedule risk teenage girls and falls under'
the NAACP's educational program.


This coming week is a good
time- to tell all policemen how
much they are appreciated. No
matter what Ume of day or night;
whether it is raining or the sun is
shining, policemen are out there

Class of '95









Congratulat ions!
We're Proud of You!
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doing their job to serve arid pro- patrolling the streets of our city.
tect the public. Did you know that local po '.
Have vou ever heard a, noise licemen "'walk the doors" every
in the,.night and within minutes night and early morning to make
saw the concerned and reassur- sure all the businesses in the
ing face of a police officer to tell downtown area are secure. Very
youth "It was a cat"?' How many few cities exist where such a
people have locked themselves courtesy check is being done cur-
out of their car and had to de- rendly on a regular basis.
pend on an ofcer to help? And., .Of course, they regularly an:
in the pouring rain or suffocating swer citizen calls, settle disputes, .
heat, they are always out there write up accidents and pass out
tickets, but that has to be done.
A A* n We should all be thankful for.
I Appre t .-the tasks performed by our local
The family of Jennifer Givens police department and its dedi-
acknowledges with grateful ap- cated men and women. Many in,
predation all the the kind expres- the community have often felt at
sions of sympathy shown them .ease, with the knowledge that
during the time of her passing. competent law enforcement is
The Givens & Best Families available when they are needed..
even at only a moments notice.
Thank You So stop by the police station
or sheriffs office this coming
The Tiller family acknowledg- week, or speak to an officer on,;
es with deepest appreciation the the street, just to say "thank you"
many comforting messages, floral for all they do.
tributes and other expressions of -,
kindness during the recent loss of ,Qu*ittr' Gtu
our mother, Mrs. HunCe tC. Tiller. i ltters Guild
_ Sets Meetings
( .Sue at The St. Andrew Bay Quilters'
Guild will hold its general meet-
Ing on' Wednesday. May 17th at
O TTS 9:30 a.m. at Northside Baptist:
o r st Church In Panama City. Members
OF _.- ,and guests are invited to come,
war's Day Gift and enjoy the program as well as
.r.S Day t i coffee and fellowship.
The Guild will also meet in
Thursday, May 18th at the
With church in the metal building ,lo-
t cated behind the sanctuary The
/ meeting will being at 7:00 p.m.,
S Parking will be available in the lot
Son Airport Road. At this meeting
4 e' Renee Taylor will present a pro-
gram on "Stars and' Flowers Fromi
Diamonds".


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. MAY 11. 1995


Charles Brown
Charles Andrew Dobson
Brown of Port St. Joe died at his
home on Tuesday, May 9. He was
born on July 27, 1904 in Apa-
lachicola, the son of the late John
James and Jenny Lenohr
Schoelles Brown.
He married Ida Ethel Kll-
bourn on August 28, 1929. They
were 'married for 65 years. Mr.
Brown was retired from the St.
Joe Ice Company and was Cura-
tor of the John Gorrie Museum in
Apalachicola. He was a member
of the St. Joseph's Catholic
Church and a member of the Ap-
alachicola Chapter of the Knights
of Columbus for 73 years.
Survivors include his wife,
Ida Ethel. Kilbourn Brown of Port
St Joe; three children, Maxie
Smith of Port St. Joe, Lenohr
Clardy of Wadley, Alabama, and
Elizabeth Stokoe of Port St. Joe;
six grandchildren, Lenohr Dick-
son, Tyler Smith, Laurie Allen,
Tom Clardy, Max Clardy and
Christopher. Mills; seven great-
grandchildren, Jennie Dickson,,
Sam Dickson, Chad Allen, Sarah
Gem Allen, Caroline Allen and
Jennifer Smith; one sister-in-law,
Kate Kilbourn; and one brother-
in-law, La Fayette Kilbourn.
The funeral mass will be cele-
brated at 2:00 p.m., E.D.T.,
Thursday at St. Joseph's Catholic
Church by Father Thom Cran-
dall. Interment will follow in the
family plot in Holly Hill Cemetery.
The Rosary was said at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday evening at the
Comforter Funeral Home Chapel.
Those that wish may make contri-
butions in' his memory, to the
First United Methodist Church of
Port St. Joe or to St. Joseph's
Catholic Church.
All services are under the di-
rection of Comforter Funeral
Home.


Lady Gators' Hopes for State Title Dashed


The Wewa Lady Gators had
their dreams of a state champion-
ship short-circuited Friday by a
very tough Maclay team of Talla-
hassee. The Gators were allowed
only four hits after Maclay
Jumped off to a seven run lead in
the first inning.
The Gators' eighth-grade.ace
hurler, Thelma Bryant, had an


unusual case of the Jitters during
that first inning, and allowed the
Marauders to get their lead early.
But she settled down for the rest
of the game allowing them only
one more run the entire game.
She retired 14 of the next 15 bat-
ters. Throughout the game,
Bryant walked only three, all in
the first inning.


Diana Taunton led Wewa at
the plate with two hits in three
tries. Aimee Pridgeon slammed a
triple and scored a run. Peaches
Parker had the Lady Gators' other
hit in the game.

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the Region 1 -2A opener..
Thelma Bryant was back on


Coach Charles Fortner talks
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during innings in the regional
game.
The Lady Gators finished
the season with a 28-3 record.


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I PUBLC NOTESS:


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 95-22
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
BILLIE FRANK WHITE,
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
THE ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of BILLIE
FRANK WHITE, deceased. File Number 95-22. is
pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf C6unty, Flor-
Ida. Probate Division, the address of which is Gulf
County Courthouse, 1000 5th Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456. The name and address of the Per-
sornal RepresenLutie ard his anome- are set forth
below
.All interested persons are required to file
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. (1) All
claims against the estate and (2) any objection by
an interested person on whom notice was served
that challenges the validity of the Will, the qualifi-
cations of the Personal Representative, venue or
Jurisdiction of the Court
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS.
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. ,
DATE of the first publication of this Notice of
Administration is May 11. 1995.
/s/ SHIRLEY L. WHITE
PERSONAL'REPRESENTATIVE
P. O. Box 167
Alken. SC 29802-0167
Is/ WILLIAM J. RISH
FL BAR NO. 0066806
RISH & GIBSON. P. A.
303 4th Street
P. 0. Box 39
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(904) 229-8211
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
2tc, May 11 and 18, 1995

NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION
THE GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Purpose and Effect: The Gulf County School
Board proposes to amend and adopt policies, as
provided for In the Administrative Procedures Act,
for the purpose of bringing said policies Into com-
pliance with Florida Statutes and State Board of
Education Rules.
Summary: The following is, a brief description of
each proposal change.
Pupil Progression Plan
SX. Standards for Graduation High School
D. Attendance Requirements (Grades 7-
12)
E. Make-up Work
F. Tardles
XI. Honor Graduates
A. Computation of GPA for, Honor
Graduates
B. Determining Weighted" GPAs
XV. Grading System for Grades K-12
Economic Impact: These proposals will result in
no direct costs associated with Implementation.
IF REQUESTED, A HEARING WILL BE HELD AT:.
Time: 9:00 A. M., E.D.T.
Date: Tuesday. June 6, 1995
Place: Board Room,.
Gulf County School Board Office
150 Middle School Road
Port St Joe, FL 32456
The entire text of the proposed rules can be in-
spected during regular office hours at the. Gulf
County School Board Office, 150 Middle School
Road, Port St. Joe. FL.
Special legal authority under which the adoption Is
authorized and the law being implemented and In-
terpreted are made specific.
The addition and changes are proposed by J. Da-
vid Bidwell. Director of Instructional 'Services and
approved for consideration by B. Walter Wilder,
Superintendent.
Amendments: Pupil Progression Plan
X Standards for Graduation High School.
i D. Attendance Requirements (Grades 7-
121


E. Make-up Work
F. Tardles
XI. Honor Graduates
A. Computation of GPA for Honor
Grad.iiates
Bf Determining 'Weighted" OPAs
XV. Grading System for Grades K-12


2tc. May 11 and 18. 1995.

NOTICE
The Annual Report of the George G. Tapper
Foundation Trust is available at the address no-
ticed below for inspection during normal business
hours by any citizen who so requests within 180
days after publication or this Notice of Its availabil-
Ity.
George 0. Tapper Foundation Trust
" '1600.ConsiltitUbn Avenue -
Port St. Joe. Florida 32456
Phone No. 904/227-1600
/s/ Patricia Tapper Warrlner. Chairman
Publish: May 11, 1995.

REQUEST TO RECEIVE B3D8
The Gulf County School Board will receive
bids until May 26, 1995 for the annual Extermi-
nation/Pest Control contract for all school facill--
ties. Interested parties should contact Mr. Charles
T. Watson. Director of Support Services, Gulf
County Schools. 150 Middle School Road, Port St.
Joe, FL 32456 or telephone (904) 229-8256 to ob-
tain bid Information and instructions.
2tc, May11 and 18, 1995.

REQUEST FOR BIDS ,
The Gulf County School Board will receive
LiP (Popane) u O bids for Wewahitchka area
schools for school year 95-96. Specifications and
bid Instructions are available by contacting Mr.
Charles T. Watson, Director of Support, Services,
Gulf County Schools, 150 Middle School Road.
Port St. Joe, FL 32456, (904) 229-8256 or (904)
639-2871'. ,The deadline for receiving bids Is May
26; 1995, 9:00 a.m... EDT.
2tc. May 11 and 18. 1995. ,

NOTICE OF INTENT TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
S Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to'
Chapter 865.09 Florida Statutes, the undersigned
Intends to" register with the Division of Corpora-
tions, Deartment of State,' the flticiUos trade
name under which It will be engaged In business
and in 'which said business is to be carried on, to-
wit:
NAME'TO.BE REGISTERED: Chadwick Large Gym
& Fitness.
MAILING ADDRESS: 212 Williams Avenue, Port
St Joe, FL 32456.
OWNER(S): Chadwick Large.
ItcMay 11, 1995.

INVITATION TO BID
Sealed proposals will be received in the office
of the City Clerk, 305 Fifth Street, Port St Joe,
Florida, until 4:30 p.m., June 5, 1995, for the ac-
quisition of one peeless pump for the City of Port
St Joe, Florida, as outlined in the specifications
pertaining thereto.
Specifications and bid documents may be
obtained from the City Clerk's Office, 305 Fifth
Street, Port St. Joe,.Florida 32456. telephone (904)
229-8261, Monday through Friday. between 8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Bids will be publicly opened
and read at the City Commission Meeting, June 6,
1995, In the City Commission Chambers, City
Hall, 305 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe; Florida. The
City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all
bids, or to select the Bid felt to be in the best inter-
est of the City.
Is/ Jim Maloy, MPA
City Auditor-Clerk
Itc. May 11, 1995.


Men's Softball

Tournament
New Covenant Christian
Academy is sponsoring a men's
softball tournament on Saturday,
May 27th. The entry fee is $100,
due on the 20th day of May.
All proceeds will go toward
the Academy students' "Florida
Tour" school trip. Concessions
will be provided.
For more information, call
Nick Ward at 229-6500 or 229-'
8672.

Apalach Offers

Basketball Camp
Apalachicola High School,
State Basketball 2A Runner-ups,
will host it 2nd Anntual Basket-
ball Camp -on June 5 through
June 8. The cost of the camp is
$69.95 (meals and lodging are
not included).
For further information, con-
tact Coach Eddie Joseph, III, at
(904) 653-8811 or (904) 653-
9707 (after 4 p.m.).




The City of Port St. Joe will be accept-
ing applications for the City's Sum-
mer Recreation Program at the STAC
House, Washington Gym, PSJ Ele-
mentary School and Wastewater
Treatment Plant. Applications may be
picked up and returned to the Munic-
ipal Building, 305 Fifth Street, begin-
ning Thursday, May 11 May 26,
1995, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
- Friday.
The City of Port St. Joe enforces a
Drug-Free Workplace and Is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Em-
ployer.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
Jim Maloy, City Auditor-Clerk
2tc 5/11


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track with a one-hitter, fanning
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. MAY 11. 1995


Gators One Game Away/ Sharks See Season End


Port St. Joe's Sharks lost out
in their bid to continue in the
baseball play-offs to determine
the state champion in Class 3 but
Wewahitchka was successful in
remaining a part of the contest in
Class 2 schools.
The Gators avenged their sis-
ter team, the Lady Gators, by
nudging Maclay out of contention
Tuesday, by a 7-6 margin.
Wayne Leube worked the Ma-
clay pitcher for a. bases-loaded
walk, forcing in the winning run
in the final inning of the game.
The Gators went into the seventh
and final inning, one run down.





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But a rally in the seventh scored
the winning runs. Cory Owens,
who hds hit in clutch situations
for the Gators all season,
slammed a triple to start the in-
ning, and Tommy Gaskin slapped
a single just over the infield to
score Owens with the tying run.
Gaskin later came home with the
winning run when Leube walked.
The Gators thought they were
in trouble when Maclay pushed
across four runs in the top of the
first, but they came back and
evened up the score in the sec-
ond. The Gators took a one run.
lead in the fourth, only to see it
disappear in the next inning.


Tony Madrid started on the
mound for the Gators, but it
wasn't his day for pitching. Tra-
num McLemore came on in relief
with two outs in the first and
went the route for the Gators, al-
lowing four hits and fanning nine.
Gaskin had two hits, includ-
ing the game-tying single and,
scored three runs. Will Sumner
had three RBI and Josh Baxley
was responsible for one run bat-
ted in. Casey Kelley and Tony Ma-_
drid each had two hits.
Coach Jay Kearce said, "The
kids did an outstanding job and
were determined they were not


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Coach Jay Kearce talks to Wayne Leube, Champ Traylor and Will Sumner and an unidentified Gator
between innings, giving them a few last minute instructions as the Gators attempt tocome back in the
District championship game

Gators Finish 2nd In District 5


A diving catch of a bases-
loaded, .two-out line. smash by
Casey Kelley in the fifth preserved
the seventh win of the season ,for
Tony; Madrid who pitched seven
strong innings against Sneads
Thursday, and anded the Gators
in the champicjiship game of the
District 3-2A Ibaseball tourna-
*ment. .
The 5-3 W il earned the Ga-
tors another opportunity to face
off with the Liberty County Bull-
dogs in a week. The Gators won
the last outing, 6-1.


Liberty County jumped
Gator hurler, Tranum McLem(
right from the beginning last F
day in the District 2-A champion
ship game, scoring five runs
the first inning to win the gar
10-3.
Liberty Co. was the victim
McLemore a week ago in the fli
regular scheduled game of I
season, when he set them do
with only four hits as the Gato
won, 6-1.


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Casey Kelley comes on in
relief during the district cham-
pionship game Friday after-
noon. ,
The Gators put their winning
runs on the board early in the
game; scoring-two runs in each of
the first two innings and plated
an insurance run in the bottom of
the fifth.
Except for the nail-biting sit-
uation in the fifth, Madrid had lit-
tle trouble with the Pirates,, scat-
tering nine hits, which Sneads
was able to bunch up to produce
their ,three runs in the third in-
ning.:
Tommy Gaskin led the Gators
with itwo hits and one RBI while
Madrid helped himself with two
RBI's. Will Sumner and Casey
Kelley each had a hit and an RBI.
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Gator players congratula
catcher Will Sumner after I
homerun during Friday's gami

The Gators used three hu
ers in the attempt to stop t
Bulldogs. Casey Kelley came
in relief of McLemore and Jo
Baxley took over mound duties
the fifth, finishing the game. Th
gave up an accumulation of
hits.
The Gators rallied in the fif
and sixth innings for three run
but it was too little, too late.
Casey Kelly had two hits
four trips to the plate and W
Sumner had a two run homer
the fifth in three at-bats.
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The Sharks did something
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ctory in the District 2-3A play-
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thie Coming from behind in the
the sixth inning, they pushed across
wn ,two runs for the winning edge in
.ors the 3-2 game.
The Seminoles jumped out in
front in their half of the first in-
ning for two runs and an' early
lead. But that was all the Sharks
were to allow them for the full
seven innings.
The Sharks were hand-cuffed
for three innings as they were
shut down at every attempt to
score-until the fourth. In the
fourth Brian Jenkins got to the
Seminoles' pitcher for a single.
Des Baxter scored Jenkins.
with a single of his own,
Then in the sixth, Baxter
drove home Jesse Colbert, who
had walked. Baxter was advanced
to third on Wayne Summers' dou-
ble. Ryan Yeager. came to the
plate and slapped a single into
left field, scoring Baxter. Sum-
mers was caught at the plate try-
ing to score also, for the final out
of the inning, but the winning
score had already been posted on
the scoreboard for the Sharks.
Baxter tossed his fourth'win
of the season, going the full
route. He had one strike-out and
two walks in the five-hitter.
Jenkins, Yeager and Baxter
each had two hits.
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Joe's Sharks the District champi-
rl- onship here last Friday, as they
he lost to a powerful North Florida
on Christian nine, 4-2.
sh The Sharks were behind from
In the very start as the Important
ley game jitters generated two errors
13 in the first inning, which resulted


going to lose. It would have been
easy to pack our bags and go
home after we got behind 4-0 in
the first inning, but the kids
showed a lot of character and
poise in sticking it out and .win-
ning."
The Gators will play Grace-
ville today [Thursday] to deter-
mine who represents the Panhan-
dle in Class 2 baseball in the
state final four. The location of
the game still was not determined
yesterday at noon, The Star's
deadline.
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Sharks down Florida 3-2 in dis-
Shak.laer pile onwn-
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Shark donFoia,- nds


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Florida High
Sin. two runs in the first inning.
The Eagles went further ahead in
the second inning by scoring
their only earned run of the
game. They put an insurance run
on the board in the sixth inning
on another Shark error..
Things weren't all bad for the
Sharks'however. Behind the com-
plete game pitching effort of Ryan
Yeager, the Sharks laced out sev-
en hits of their own and made
several threats to take the lead.











Charlie Lanford, g crucial
out during the Florida High
game.
In the sixth inning, the
Sharks had the bases full, but
the plate. Again n: e, t seventh,

the Sharks had the bases loaded
with no outs. Jeff Player was
called on to squeeze bunt a-run-
ner home. NFC sensed the play
made a great attempt to make
contact by thrusting his bat to-
ward the ball, but couldn't do it.
Jesse Colbert, on third, broke for
the plate at the same instant and
was caught for the first out.,
Player then smacked a line
drive straight to the shortstop
who snagged the ball and threw
to second for the force out to end
the game.
Yeager went the route for the
Sharks, giving up two walks and
scattering eight hits. o
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Sharks Edged Out
The Sharks were edged out of
their contention for a state cham-
pionship Tuesday afternoon by
Chipley in a 10-7 game.
A big third inning for the Ti-
gers was too much for the Sharks
to overcome. Philip Younavjak's
three-run homer, in the third
added to three more runs and
four of six Shark .game errors, in
the inning, gave Chipley a six run
bulge. The Sharks fought back
with !six runs of their own over
the next three innings, managing
to tie the game in the sixth on


Des Baxter's two-run double. Chi-
pley surged. ahead to stay in their
half of the sixth when they scored
three big runs.
Des Baxter started on the
mound for the Sharks and. was
relieved by Ryan Yeager in the
third. Yeager was tagged with the
loss. They gave up eight hits
while the Sharks were collecting
six of their own.
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STATE 3A CHAMPIONS-Seated, from left, Kent McCullough,
trainer, D. C. Jones, Mario Larry, Chris Daniels, Keion McNair, Nick
Sweazy, Matt Dixon and Coach Vic Sellers. Standing, from left:


Coach Scott Gowan, Antwione Allen, Robert Williams, Germain
Clark, Gabe Clark, John Bryant and Coach John Rainwater. Not pic-
tured is Andre Thomas.


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Addkson Is First ady SChamons

Sharkto WinState Title State ChampHS ..


This past Saturday the Lady
sharks track team competed in
the -State Championships at
Gainesville scoring 21 points and
finishing 11lth. The highlight of
the meet for the Lady Sharks was
Charron Addison's school record
leap of 39'. 8 1/4" in the triple


Charron Addison
jump which made her the first
young lady to win a state champi-
onship in Port St Joe school his-
tory. Charron also captured sev-
enth place in the long jump.
Receiving All-State awards
was Fanta Harris for her sixth
place in the shot-put 'and her fifth
place in the discus setting a new
school record. In addition, the 4 x
400 relay team of Charron, La-
tricka Quinn, Stephanie Maxwell
and Leslie Faison finished sev-


enth to score two points for, the
Lady Sharks. In the high jump,
SStephanie Maxwell was ninth and
Jenny Smallwood finished I Ith.
It was a great year for the
girl's track team as they finished
their regular season with a record
of 41 wins and only eight losses.
By capturing the Liberty County
Invitational with 157 points, they
set a new school record.
The girls' also set 12 new
school records in individual cate-
gories. Charron Addison in the
100 meters, 200 meters and
triple jump; Kayce Knox, 100
high hurdles and 300 low hur-
dles; Latrika Quinn, 800 meter
run; Kristie Lowry, 3200 meter
run and Fanta Harris in the dis-
cus.
In addition all three' relay
records were broken with new
records set by the 4 x 100 relay
team of Ashley Brownell, Latrika
Quinn, Shinah Quinn and Elana,
* Rees; the 4 x 400 relay team of
Charron Addison, Latrika Quinn,
Stephanie Maxwell and Leslie Fal-
son and the 4 x 800 relay team of
Latrika Quinn, Kayce Knox,
Mandy Phillips and ,Shinah
Quinn.
"I was very pleased with both
the physical and mental develop-
ment of our team this season.
Our girls learned how to compete
against themselves and really
made great strides. With only two
seniors on this year's team, if the
girls do their work in the off sea-
son, we should be a state power
next year," said Coach Vernon
Eppinette.


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For the 'second consecutive
year the Port St. Joe boys cap-
tured the state 3A title in track
and field. The championship meet
was held this past Saturday at
the University of Florida in
Gainesville. The Sharks, who had
won the District title the previous
week, qualified 12 boys for the
state meet.
In the field events, two
Sharks competed; Robert Wil-
liams in the shotput and discus
and Antwione Allen in the high
jump.
Williams placed second in the
shot put with a new personal best
of 50'0". In the discus, he also
earned second with a throw of
147'4".
Allen entered the high jump
competition with the bar at 6'4",
which he made on his first at-
tempt. His first attempt at 6'6"
earned a first place finish, but he
wasn't through yet. He made'the
first attempt at 6'10" and had the,
bar raised to 7'1/4". His first two
attempts were unsuccessful, butV
on the third try, he cleared the
bar setting a new Class 3A state
record.
The Sharks led the competi-
tion with 26 points'at the end of
the field events.'
In the 3200 meter relay, the
team of Kelon McNair, Germain
Clark, Nick Sweazy, and Gabe
Clark placed fifth with, a time of
8:28.45, a new school record.
In the 110 hurdles, Antwione
Allen established a new state
record with a time of 14.40 in the
preliminaries, but in the finals he
ran a slower time of 14.63, plac-
ing him second.
In the 100 meters Mario Lar-'
ry also ran a better preliminary
heat at 11.22, but in the finals he
placed eighth with a time of
11.47.
Twin brothers,. Gabe and Ger-:
main Clark, competed in the
1600 meters, with Gabe placing'
seventh with a time of 4:37.70,
and Germain placing tenth at
4:48.
In the 400 meter relay, the,
team of Chris Daniels, Antwione .
Allen, Mario Larry; and Andre
Thomas won their preliminary
heat with a time of 43.70. In the -
finals, the same four recorded a
season's best time of 43.36 and
placed second.
In the 400 meters, Chris.,
Daniels led from start to finish
winning with a time of 49.25.
In the 300 meter hurdles,
Antwione Allen recorded a time of.
39.77 to earn second place. John
Bryant's time of 41.74 was a new
personal best and earned him a


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sixth place finish.
In the 800 meters, freshman
Keion McNair placed eighth with
a time of 2:06.75.,
In the 1600. meter relay, St.
Joe's team of Mario Larry, Keion
McNair, Andrew Thomas and
Chris Daniels won the event with
a season's best time of 3:28.27.
The Sharks earned 55 points
in the running events, to bring
their total to 81, garnering the
state championship and a repeat
performance as 3A state champi-
ons.
Pensacola Catholic was sec-


ond with 65, Union County third
with 53, Chiefland, fourth with
50 and Boca Raton Pope John
Paul fifth with 41.

ALL STATE ATHLETES
Ten Sharks earned 19 All-
State honors in the meet as a re-
sult of their top six finish. As a
team the Sharks had three first
places, five second places, a fifth,
a sixth and two eighth places.
Coach Scott Gowan com-
mended the team for their -hard
work throughout the year and
their improvement, and stated


gain!
that this year's repeat champion-
ship was really special. Six of the
athletes were competing in their
first state meet, in a team com-
posed of five seniors, a junior, five
sophomores and a. freshman.
Pensacola Catholic and Union
County had been favored to win
state at the beginning of the sea-
Sson.
Coach Gowan said, "It feels
good to defend your title, but it
feels even better to do it with a
group of young men who believed
in each other instead of the ex-
perts."


Gators 11th In State


The Wewahitchka boy's track
team led by Andrew Williams,

Lady Gators

9th In State
Taveka Jackson and Holly At-
kins each finished in the top five
in two events to help. Wewahitch-
ka's girls to -a best-ever ninth
place finish at the State 2-A
Track and Field Meet held at the
University of Florida in Gaines-
ville. The Lady Gators finished
with a total of 22 points tied with
FAMU. St. Petersburg Northside
Christian won the state champi-,
onship with a total of 84 points.
Taveka was state runner-up
in the shot put with a throw of
33'5 1/2" and she finished fourth
in the discus with a throw of 99'.
Holly finished fifth in the 1600
meters with a time of 5:38 and
finished fourth, in the 3200 me-
ters with a time of 12:41. The
3200 meter relay team consisting
of Jennifer Goldyn, Sarah Baily,
Kristi Gay and Crystal Collins did ,
not place but ran their best time
of the year at 11:52.


Luke Taunton and James Taun-
ton finished 11 th at the State 2-A
Track and Field Meet in Gaines-
ville last week. The Gators fin-
ished with 18 points tied with
Graceville and Naples.. They
missed achieving their goal of be-
ing one of the top ten teams in
the state by one point. FAMU won
the state championship for the
ninth time in a row with a score
of 70 points.,
Luke Taunton led the Gators
by finishing fourth in the 1600
meters (4:40.9) and fourth in the
800 meters (2:04.44). Both times
were personal bests. Andrew Wil-
liams finished fifth in the 400 me-
ters (:51.82) and seventh in the
discus (129'7"). James Taunton
finished ninth in the 1600 meters
(5:02.21) and seventh in the 3200
meters (:11.09).
Brent Kilgro ran his personal
best time in the 3200 meters with
a time of 11:'09. The 1600 meter
relay team consisting of Danny
Voyles, Luke Taunton, Gus Russ
and Andrew Williams finished
ninth with a time of 3:41.27,
which was their second fastest
time of the year.


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Smith Wins
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in the eight-year-old competition
on the uneven bars, second in
beam and fourth in floor routines
Sin the Destin Invitational Gym
meet on April 29. She is a stu-
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City where she is instructed by
Patty Chizmar.
Ashley is a third grader in
Faith Christian School of Port St.
Joe and has been a student at
Panastics for one year. She re-
sides with her parents, Bill and
Sondra Ballew of Mexico Beach.


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, Calla H. Smith
Calla Hall Howell Smith, 88,
of Port St. Joe, died Sunday
morning in a local nursing home.
She had been a resident of Gulf
County since 1921, and is con-
sidered a pioneer of Gulf County
and Port St. Joe. She was retired
from a long nursing career. She
was an active member of the Or-
der of the Easlprn Star and is a
charter member of the Long Ave-
nue Baptist Church.
She is survived by her hus-
barid, Robert W. Smith of Port St.
Joe; two daughters, Gwendolyn.
Birath of Spartanburg, SC, and
Edwina Lawrence of Port St. Joe:
two sons, Billy Howell of Port SLt
Joe, and James H. Howell of Pen-
sacola; five grandchildren and
nine great-grandchildren.
The' funeral service was held.
at 10:00 a.m., EDT, Tuesday at
the Long Avenue Baptist Church
conducted, by the Rev. Curtis
Clark and Rev. Garry Smith. In-"
terment 'followed.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home.

Patsy Lister
Patsy Sellers Lister, 50, of
Wewahltchka, passed away Sun-
day evening in Gulf Coast Hospi-
tal. A native of Chipley, she had
been a resident of Wewahitchka
since 1964. She was graduated
from Florida State University with
B. A. and M. A. degrees, and
taught in the Gulf County school
system for 26 years. the past 24
years at Wewahitchka Elemen-
tary School. She was a member of
the First Baptist Church of We-


A third of Port St. Joe Senior
High School's student body was
recognized for excellence in scho-
lastic achievement at the annual
Gold Card banquet at the school
Thursday evening. The auditori-
um was filled with parents. rela-
tives, friends and sponsors of the
program, which is designed to en-
courage scholastic excellence in
the senior" highschoob6ears-.
A student thust be an honor
|) roll student for at least two six
weeks grading periods in the
school year :or maintain a 3.5
grade average throughout the
school year. to be eligible for Gold
Card status.


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wahitchka.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Benny Lister of Wewahitch-
ka; three children, Dayton Clay
Lister of Panama. City, Darryl
Thomas Lister and Ashley Paige
Lister, both of Wewahitchka; two
sisters, Margaret Nichols of Costa
Mesa, CA, and Joyce Smith of
Piano, TX; and four brothers,
John Sellers of Marysville, CA,
Jimmy Sellers and Jeff Sellers,
both of Mexico Beach, and George
Sellers of Tallahassee.
The funeral service was. held
at 3:00 p.m., CDT, Wednesday at
the First Baptist Church, con-
ducted by Rev. Richard Maddox
and Rev. Jerry Tanton. Interment
followed in the family plot in Jehu
Cemetery. Those that wish may
make donations in her memory to
the First Baptist Church Building
Fund or to the American Cancer
Society.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter Funer-
al Home, Wewahitchka Branch.
Chapel.

Carlos Thomas
Carlos Alvarez Thomas, of
Port St. Joe, passed away Thurs-
day afternoon in Bay Medical
Center. He was a native and life-
long resident of Port St. Joe, and
had worked for the Senior Citi-
.zens Association.
Survivors include his mother,
Mary Louise Thomas of Port St.
Joe; four' brothers, Eric Thomas
of Gainesville, Michael Thomas,
Andre Thomas, and Abraham
Bailey, all of Port St. Joe; a sister.
Etasha Thomas of Panama City:
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Thomas and Mr. and Mrs.


Principal Wes Taylor presided
over the ceremony, with Rev. Cur-
Us Clark, pastor of Long Avenue
Baptist Church, pronouncing the
invocation. .
FEATURE SPEAKER
The feature speaker for the
awards ceremony was Becky Hen-
drix, a 1968 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School.
Becky is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. J. Wayne Hendrix of
Port St. Joe. She related some of
her -experiences In adult life and
told of how she was prepared for
those events by her elementary
and high school teachers.
She paid tribute to Ida Ethel


School Board Administrative Assistant Charles T. Watsop
presents a plaque of appreciation to Becky Hendrix for addressing
students at the Gold Club Honors Banquet. Miss Hendrix is a 1968
graduate of Port St. Joe High School and has held several govern-
mental positions including being part of the White House staff dur-
Ing Jimmy Carter's administration.


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Cleveland Bailey, all of Port St.
Joe;' and his great-grandparents,
Idean Wiggins of Port St. Joe, and,
Mr. and Mrs. Theo Russ of Jacob,
FL.
The funeral service was held
at 2:00 p.m., EDT, Tuesday at
New Bethel Missionary. Baptist
Church, conducted by Rev. Eddie
Jackson. Interment followed in
Forest Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home.

John Ayers
John D. Ayers, 72, of Mexico
Beach, passed away last Wednes-
day afternoon In Bay Medical
Center. A native of West Virginia,
he, served in the Navy during
WWII and served 22 years in the
Air Force, serving during the Viet-
nam war and retiring in 1974. He
has been a resident of Mexico
Beach since 1959.
Survivors include his wife,
Cora Lee Ayers of Mexico Beach;
one son, John D. Ayers, III, and.
wife Liverh of Overstreet; three-
daughters, Ella Parson of St. Joe
Beach, Shirley Brogdon of High-
land View, and Bonnie Kelgans
and husband. Billy of White City:
11 grandchildren; 14 great-
grandchildren; and two brothers,
Randell Ayers of West Virginia
and Richard Ayers of Maryland.
Graveside funeral services
were held at 4:00 p.mr., EDT, Sat-
urday at Holly Hill Cemetery, con-
ducted by Rev. William Smith,
with military honors provided by
the Tyndall Air Force Base Honor
Guard. Interment followed.
All services were under the


Browne, her first teacher at Hap-
pyland Kindergarten. She contin-
ued with the recognition of Laura
Geddle, Frank Barnes, Jacque
Price, Lamar Faison, Martha San-
born, Netta Niblack, and Miriam
Dismuke for special preparatory
sub ects which have been of value
for her professional life. and Rev.
J. C. Odum, her pastor at Long _.
Avenue Baptist Church. All of
these personalities have since re-
tired.
Miss Hendrix has in the ppst.
and continues presently to enjoy
an Interesting career. After gradu-
ating from Agnes Scott College,
she has worked for then- Senator
Lawton Chiles; worked on the
campaign of former President
Jimmy Carter, and later worked
with the President on his White
House, staff; served as an assist-
ant to Senator Bob Graham arid
is presently employed by the En-
vironmental- Protection Agency in
its Atlanta, Ga., office.I
She gave special praise and
'thanks to all her teachers and
her parents who nurtured and
encouraged her to greater accom-
plishments.
AWARDS GIVEN
Pam Lawrence presided over
the presentation of the honors for
the evening.
The achievement awards were
presented to 124 students, from
the ninth grade through the sen-
ior class.'
Temple Watson gave the clos-
ing remarks in which he recog-
nized the achievements made by
students at the high school and.
recognizedd the excellent scholas-
tic endeavors and the high value
placed on excellence by all stu-
dents in the school.
Watson remarked that during
the fifth six weeks grading period,.
103 students were on the honor
roll. Twenty-two of these students
made all "As" for the grading pe-
riod. 'This Is from a student body
numbering 375 students," Wal-
son said.
"We're all excited and proud
to see former students receive
awards of excellence," Watson re-
marked as he presented Miss
Hendrix with a plaque of honor,
from the school.


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Michael P. Wilson
Michael P. Wilson, 26, of
Shippensburg Mobile Home Es-
tates, Shippensburg, died at
12:47 a.m. Friday, April 28, in
the emergency room of Gettys-
burg Hospital, from injuries suf-
fered .in a traffic accident Friday
morning near New Oxford, PA.
Born December 25, 1968. in
Quincy,. he was a son of-the late
Robert Hines and Patricia Sellars
Wilson. His adoptive father, Ken-
neth Wilson. also preceded him in
death.
He resided n' Port St. Joe
from 1980 until 1989 with his
aunt and cousins Wanda Turner,
Debbie Searcy. and Paul Beasley
after the death of his parent.,
He attended Newburg First
Church of God. Michael Wilson
'was employed by Aero Fuel Oil
Company. New Oxford. He was a
U. S. Navy veteran and a 1987
,graduate of Port St. Joe High
School.

Surviving are his wife, Jenni-
fer L. Culbertson Wilson; two
Isons, Corey W. and Casey M.; two.
Stepbrothers. Lance .: Hines and
;Shannon Hines. of Tallahassee: a
:half sister. Julia McKeown of
IChattahoochee; step-mother
Sandy Hines of Quincy, aunt
Wanda Farmer of Port St. Joe,
cousins Debble Searcy of Bonifay
and Paul Beasley of Port St. Joe;
maternal grandmother, Lois. Sel-
;lars of Quincy; nieces.and neph-
*ews.
The service was Monday, May
1,. in Fogelsanger-Bricker Funeral
Home, Inc. In Shippensburg. The
'Rev. Thomas R. Williamson offi-
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STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM (SHIP)


ATTENTION: HOMEOWNERS & HOMEBUYERS
The SHIP program was created for the purpose of providing funds to local governments as an incentive for
the creation of local housing partnerships, to expand production of and preserve affordable housing, and to
increase housing related employment. Gulf County will receive $250,000 for Fiscal Year 1994-1995.
The procedure for receiving funds under the program is through an application process as outlined.
Distribution and qualification for the funds is determined by the combined household gross (before taxes) income
as indicated in the chart below.
The program has been divided into three strategiLes: ..... -
Strategy 1:
Purchase Assistance ($150,000 has been allocated for this strategy) applications will be accepted on a
continuing basis until all funds allocated have been encumbered.
The process for selection of recipients for this strategy will be based on the applicant having an approved
loan application from a qualified lender; meeting the affordability criteria (monthly mortgage payments, including
taxes and insurance, does not exceed 30% annual gross median income for the family size), meeting the income
guidelines established for low (LI) and moderate income (MOD)families. '
It is estimated that 13 households will benefit from this strategy (7 low income (LI) and 6 moderate income
(MOD) families).
The median purchase price for, this strategy will be $50,000, for new and existing homes with a maximum
loan of $10,000 for downpayment and a maximum of $2,000 for closing cost with a total not to exceed $12,000 @
3% for 10 years.
Strategy 2:
Rehabilitation Grant ($30,000 has been allocated for this strategy).
Selection of applicants for this strategy will be by a lottery method. Each application will be numbered and
numbers will be randomly drawn. As numbers are drawn applicants will be placed in numerical order.
Eligibility for this strategy is based on income level for persons in the very low income (VLI) households (see
chart below).
It is estimated that 10 households will benefit from this strategy. Persons receiving a grant in the Fiscal Year
1993 1994 program are not eligible.
The maximum grant award will be $3,000.
Strategy 3:
Rehabilitation Loan ($40,000 has been allocated for this strategy).
Selection of applicants for this strategy will be the same as above for Strategy 2, Rehabilitation Grants.
Eligibility for this strategy is based on income level for persons in the very low income (VLI) and low income
(LI) households. (see chart below).
It is estimated that 13 households will benefit from this strategy (8 Very low income (VLI) and 5 low income
(LI) households).
The maximum loan amount will be $5,000.
SHIP FUNDS MAY NOT BE USED TO PURCHASE, REHABILITATE, OR REPAIR MOBILE HOMES!
ALL APPLICANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO ATTEND HOME OWNERSHIP CLASSES PRIOR TO THEIR
APPLICATIONS BEING PROCESSED.
Point of contact for this program is Bo Williams, 229-6125 (Tues. -Frij), County Courthouse, and in
Wewahitchka (Old County Courthouse) each Monday, 639-3019.
Applications are available: County Courthouse Rm. 147 and 204; and in
Wewahitchka (Old, Courthouse) County Extension Office.
APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED BEGINNING JUNE 1, 1995 THRU JULY 15, 1995 FOR REHAB
GRANTS AND LOANS. THE LOTTERY DRA WING WILL BE ADVERTISED AND CONDUCTED SHORTLY
AFTER THE END OF THE APPLICATION PERIOD.


INCOME RANGES: GULF COUNTY SHIP PROGRAM


Household Size
One Person
Two Persons
Three Persons
Four Persons
Five Persons


Six Persons
Seven Persons
Eight Persons
Median AreaIncome:


Income Type: VLI (50%)
$10,350
11,850
13,300
14,800
16,000
17,150
18,350
19,550
29,400


LI (80%)
16,600
18,950
21,300
23,700
25,550
27,450
29,350
31,250


MOD(120%)
28,840
28,440
31,920
35,520
38,400
41,160
44,040
46,920


THE GULF COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PLEDGES THAT NO INDIVIDUAL, OR GROUP
OF INDIVIDUALS WILL BE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST IN THE ENJOYMENT OF PARTICIPATION IN, OR
BENEFIT FROM, ANY PROGRAM OR ACTIVITY INCLUDED IN THIS PROGRAM ON ACCOUNT OF
HANDICAP, AGE, SEX, RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, CREED, COUNTRY OF NATIONAL ORIGIN, FAMILIAL
STATUS, MARITAL STATUS, OR FROM ANY OTHER CONDITION OR CIRCUMSTANCE WHICH
SEPARATES ONE INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP OF INDIVIDUALS FROM ANOTHER.

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At Age 78, Kiwanis Gives Young Children Top Priority Fre~h Waiter Fis~h Commission to


(DM)-As Kiwanis International
celebrates its 78th birthday on Jan-
uary 21, 1993, members of this
worldwide community service orga-
nization are focusing their volun-
teer efforts on the needs of young
children, from prenatal develop-
ment to age five.
This major service initiative,
called "Young Children: Priority
One," includes a variety of public
awareness programs that seek to
highlight the health and safety
needs of infants and young chil-
dren.
A series of public-service radio
spots includes 13 two-minute seg-
ments by representatives from a
wide variety of groups concerned
about children, including the Amer-
ican Red Cross, Children's Defense
Fund, American Academy of Pedi-
atrics, and National Commission to
Prevent Infant Mortality.
"We are very pleased to have all
these expert organizations serving
on our Young Children: Priority'
One Advisory Council," says Wil-
liam L. Lieber, president of Kiwan-
is International. "As business and
professional people involved in vol-
untary community service, we
aren't experts on the-needs of young
children. But with the guidance of
these specialists, I believe our Ki-
wanis service projects can have a


major impact on the welfare of
many children and their families."
"All Their Shots, While They're
Tots" is the slogan for a new bill-
board and poster campaign. Up to
60 percent of young children in
some inner city neighborhoods and
rural areas have not been innocu-
lated for common but dangerous
childhood diseases. Kiwanis clubs
will publicize the need to immunize
every child by age two with jumbo
billboards along highways, smaller

All heirsho6


while they're +ot6
billboards in cities, and posters for
window and indoor display.
"A growing number of small chil-
dren are suffering disability and
even death from contagious diseas-
es that are totally preventable by
simple immunizations," says Lie-
ber. "It may be too late if parents
wait until children reach school age.
Our slogan provides the best advice:
all their shots while they're. tots."
The first Kiwanis club was orga-
nized in Detroit, Michigan, in 1915.
Kiwanis International marks its


This column is provided as a service of the Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Inc., a professional counsel-
ing and mental health center. It is not intended to replace psychological counseling or treatment ser-
vices.


Dear Counselor:
My wife and I are separated and
going through a divorce. We are the
proud parents of a son, Jason, who
is 8 years old. Since our separation,
Jason is acting out at school; he
seems angry with both of us, and
his appetite and sleep are poor. Is
Jason depressed, and if so, how do
children his age typically show
depression?
Dear Concerned Parent:
It sounds like Jason may be
having difficulties adjusting to
your separation. It is possible
that Jason is -showing some
signs that point toward an
adjustment reaction. Children
often show depression through


Announce GCTDC

Board Meeting
The Gulf County Transporta-
tion Disadvantaged Coordinating
board announces a meeting to
which all persons are invited. The
agenda will include the Commu-
nity Transportation Coordinator's
Transportation Disadvantaged
Trust Fund Trip/Equipment
Grant applications and review
and approval of the Coordinated
Transportation Development
Plan.
The meeting will be held at
the Gulf County Courthouse in
Port St Joe on Wednesday, May
24, beginning at 3:00 p.m.,
E.D.T.


acting out' behavior. His pedia-
trician, may discuss referring
Jason to a mental health profes-
sional for some short-term
counseling.
Sincerely,
John Hartman, N.C.S.P.
Nationally Certified School
Psychologist
Note: Please address your ques-
tions and comments to:
Dear Counselor, 311 Williams
Ave., Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Names and addresses are option-
al and will remain confidential.
Letters may be edited for length.
Urgent inquiries and requests for
professional counseling should be
directed by phone to 227-1145.


Peterson's Rep.
Here Tuesday
U. S. Congressman Pete Pe-
terson, D-Marianna, announced
today that Ken Davis, a represen-
tative from his Panama City dis-
trict office will visit Port St. Joe to
meet with constituents from 3:30
p.m. to 4:30 p.m., EDT, Tuesday,
May 16 in the Law Library on the
second floor of the Gulf County
Courthouse.

Peterson said Davis, who will
be visiting Gulf County monthly,
will provide information and help
to residents with questions and
problems related to the Federal
government.


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Protect Yours Now!


JUDY CORBUS
National Drinking Water
Week Is May 7-13. According to
John Daniel, chair to the National
Drinking Water Alliance, 'There
are hundreds of ways communi-
ties and individuals can use wa-,
ter more efficiently and decrease
pollution."
"Because water flows so easi-
ly through our lives, we tend to-
take it for granted. We leave its
care to others," Daniel says. But
"every one of us has the opportu-
nity to take positive actions for
water every day."
To protect water resources,,,
the Alliance recommends that cit-
izens focus on:
conserving water
protecting water, and
becoming involved in local
decisions that affect water
sources and water quality.
There are- some- -speeific-
"things we can do tp conserve indy,
'prfotect drinking water. Theyare:'
S -Take potentially harmful.
products, such as leftover paint,
motor oil, and used batteries to
special collection centers because
what you throw in the trash, pbur
down the drain, or dump on the
ground can get into your water
source,
-Plant grasses or shrubs-
that don't need a lot of water. In
many. parts of the country, as
much as 50 to 70 percent of,
household water is used for;
lawns and gardens. "
-Never cook with or drink
hot water from the tap. Start with,'
cold water and heat it because
how water can be contaminated,
by lead from pipes, brass fittings,:
and solder. .
-Replace old, inefficient wa-
ter fixtures and appliances with'
water-efficient ones. Low-flow
shower heads and toilets can"
save hundreds of gallons of water
a year, and 'save you money in,
the process.
--Use pesticides and fertilize
ers sparingly because as rainwa -
ter passes through the ground, it
takes these chemicals with it and
can contaminate your water
source.

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-Support measures to pro-
tect watersheds and wellhead are-
as. Preventing pollution is far eas-
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treating water to make it safe to
drink.
-Have septic tanks inspected
and pumped out regularly. If not
properly cared for,, septic tanks
can leak nitrates, bacteria, and
chemicals into groundwater.
-Join a community group
that is working to improve and
safeguard water quality.
-Reduce, reuse, and recycle
to help conserve water used in
manufacturing and t6 cut down
on trash that ends up in landfills
or oceans.
-Spread the word for water
to friends, family, and co-
workers. The more educated and
aware people' become, the more
likely they are to act accordingly.-'
"'For more information on con-
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78th anniversary with more clubs
and members than ever before.
There are currently more than 8,900
Kiwanis clubs with 332,000 mem-
bers in 83 nations. During the past
year, these clubs conducted more
than 132,000 different community
service projects, for which they
raised and spent some $65 million.
The Kiwanis -motto is "We
Build." In addition to a wide variety
of community service projects,
many Kiwanis clubs also sponsor
yobth organizations that provide
opportunities for young people to
become involved in service to school
and community. Kiwanis-spon-'
sored Key Clubs are active in more'
than 3,700 high school's in the Unit-
ed States, Canada, and growing
number of other nations. Some 500
college campuses have Kiwanis.
sponsored Circle K clubs. Kiwanis
International's newest youth groupp;
Builders Club,' now has groups in
just over. 1,000 junior high and
middle schools.
"From the nursery to the univer-
sity, one important way to build
better communities is to support
and encourage the next generation
of citizens," says Lieber. "That's
what Kiwanis is doing through
Young Children: Priority One and
our outstanding organizations, for
teens and young adults."


The Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission will consider
application of the net ban issue
in freshwater bodies during its
May 11-12 meeting in Tallahas-
see.
During the May 11 workshop
session,. Dr., Jerome Shireman,
interim director of the Commis-
sion's Division of Fisheries, is
scheduled to report the staffs
recommendations regarding use
of gill nets and other nets for tak-
ing fish in fresh water.
Florida voters approved a
constitutional amendment to ban
certain nets for taking saltwater
fish, effective July 1. However,
the amendment does not address
freshwater bodies where saltwater
fishes do not occur.
Proposed' regulations to be
considered by the Commission
during the May 12 meeting would
eliminate use of gill nets and en-
tanglement nets in fresh water,
except to allow the use of gill nets
on certain lakes in Bay, Calhoun,
Holmes' and Jackson, counties
where only freshwater species oc-
cur. In addition, gill nets would
be allowed .for scientific research


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or governmental purposes. ,
In other workshop business,
Lt. Col. Tim Breault, regional di-
rector of the agency's Northwest
Region, will report on efforts to
defuse friction between Blackwa-
ter Wildlife Management Area
dog-hunters and nearby landown-
ers. Among the regulations to be
considered during the meeting
are provisions to adjust the size
and configuration of the dog-hunt
and still-hunt areas within that
management area, reducing the
dog-hunt area by 28,000 acres.
Another fisheries-related pro-


posal would ,replace special tag-
ging requirements with simpler
documentation measures for sun-
shine bass, produced by aquacul-
ture operations.
There are numerous, other
items on the agenda to be dis-
cussed at this 'meeting. For more
information contact the Florida
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
mission officials at, (904) 488-
4676.

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Rep. Legislature Shows


Gov. Chiles Just Who's


Boss During Session

Deny Governor of Several of His
Key Department Appointments
Sen. Fredc Dudley, R- Cape Coral, probably had it right when he
joked early onk that senators thought Gov. Lawton Chiles was talking
about a "veto override" session when he threatened in his opening day
speech to call lawmakers back again this year to consider educational
needs. That could very well be what will happen if Chiles unhappy
over the loss of Health and Rehab Chief Jim Towey and bills to privatize
the Department of Commerce and subsidize health care for the poor -
calls any special session this year. He might better listen to one of his
own he-coon sayings: "Let a sleeping dog lie.
,In fact, he had better keep his fingers-crossed that conservatives in
the House and Senate don't bring up by a two thirds vote Thursday
when they come back on the budget a lot of popular bills that needed
only a little more time to pass, including charter schools and voluntary
school prayer.
"Mean spirited," was the term Chiles borrowed from President Bill
Clinton to describe the action of Florida's first Republican Senate in
turning down his nomination-for secretary of Health and Rehabilitative
Services. Chiles brought it on himself, however. The Senate had decided
to hold the appointments of Towey and Labor Secretary Doug Jamerson
over this session (no doubt for political leverage), but Chiles and the
Black Legislative Caucus insisted the confirmations not be delayed.
They called for the showdown now, took their chances, and broke
even. Towey and Jamerson could have served a year without cohflrma-
tion, a year Towey could have used to improve his chances. Jamerson,
a former legislator with good friends there, was' confirmed. So was Cor-
rections Secretary Harry Singletary who faced considerable criticism on
charges of gender prejudices and the escape of six murderers from
Glades Correctional Institution.
It was 20 years ago in Gov. Reubin Askew's administration in 1975
when the last governor's appointee was not confirmed. He was HRS Sec-
retary 0. J. Keller who faced several management scandals, including
one that a "not-guilty-by-reason-of-ihsanity" killer of three girls was'
found on work release from Florida State Hospital, carrying a gun and
acting as an armed guard at a: Pensacola motel in a high-crime area.
The patient, 'Robert Scott Sanders, was taken back into custody
and later shipped out of state. The Tallahassee Democrat won the Flori-
da Press Association's public service award for the story. It was perhaps
the first and last time in Florida that such a high award went to a re-
:porter (me) for putting someone back in jail or the nut house, rather
than getting them released. Such is the condition of journalism.
My advice to Towey, who is a genuinely nice guy, a real Christian
who once worked with Mother Teresa, is to not worry, be happy. 0. J.
Keller landed on his feet. He got a big government "do-gooder" grant at
the University of Florida where he didn't have to put up with a lot of
.politicians.
Better yet, Gov. Lawton Chiles can very well find a place for you in
one of his agencies. Heck, he might even create a new one just. for you.,
But'perhaps your best bet would:be to rejoin Mother Teresa. I have a
daughter who is a Wycliffe Bible Translator in Africa. She seems a lot
happier than I am here in Taxahassee writing politics.
'Capitol speculation on who'll get the HRS nomination now includes
Lt. Gov, Buddy MacKay who says he doesn't want it or former Secretary
of .State Jim Smith who needs a job and has plenty of smart
government. Smith, a Republican with old Democratic ties, no doubt
would be acceptable to the Senate.
:Whoever Chiles names should be a tough, knowledgeable politician
adept at compromise 'and management, not a starry-eyed idealistic
do-gooder no matter how- sincere.

Here's The Capitol News Report:
; TALLAHASSEE (WNS) -' In the inevitable last-minute scramble to
leave town before voters decide- to hrow-them- out of office, Legislative&
negotiators agreed oil a no-new-taxes $40 billion budget that builds
about 3,700 new prison beds and gives education an increase of some
$250 million. The final budget agreement came Sunday after several all
night marathon: sessions. The Legislature will come back to town
Thursday to approve the final budget which also includes a 3 percent,
pay for state workers and the elimination of about 2.300 state jobs.
Senate President Jim Scott and House Speaker Peter Wallace say they
will limit the Thursday session to the; budget, although disappointed
backers of some bills with top-heavy yes votes which died for: lack of
time in the final minutes say they will try for a two-thirds vote to bring
them back-to the floor.
'Sen. Charles Williams, D-Tallahassee, said he was confident he
could get the voluntary. school prayer bill back to the floor with a
two-thirds vote and Rep. Jeff Stabine, R-Spring Hill, said he wanted
planning to get charter school legislation he sponsored reconsidered
too. ..
Both bills died as each' chamber tried to make. last minute changes
and time ran out.
\ The 1995 session was the first in modem times to meet under a
working two-party system: a Democratic governor, a Republican Senate
and a House with only a six-vote- Democratic majority. Some are
describing it as a do-little session.
"That ain't really bad," said. Uncle Clem Rednek on Flat Creek over
in Gadsden County as he skinned a catfish Monday.
'WE'LL SAVE .MONEY": State Sen. Pat Thomas, D-Quincy,
, disagrees with the daily press of Florida which is predicting the building
of prisons and tougher sentencing will in a few years bankrupt state


Capitol



NEWS


ROUND-UP
by Jack Harper

government.
"Heck, in the long run we're going to save money," Thomas said
after a long day of budget balancing Sunday to present a final version
for Legislators to approve Thursday or Friday in a windup of the 1995
regular session.
'The drastic changes in treatment of prisoners and the certainty of
punishment for crime in the long haul is going to reduce prison
populations as well as make our society a lot safer for everybody,"
Thomas said.
It was under Thomas' leadership as president of the Senate last
year that some $232 million was put in prison and crime prevention,
including a new juvenile justice system and boot camps. The program
was refined this year, even to allowing chain gangs at the discretion of
the corrections secretary to put;prisoners to work to earn part of their
keep.
"When they get the message that crime is not going to be tolerated
anymore you're going to see a lot of young people turning to education
and jobs," Thomas said.
LAKE OCKLAWAHA: "I think the sports fishermen of this state will
be fishing in Lake Ochlawaha a little longer," Rep. Kelley Smith,
D-Palatka, said on the final day of the session last week when it was
apparent neither his bill that would retain Rodman Dam and the lake
and a bill submitted by Sen. Charles Williams, D-Live Oak and
Tallahassee, that would restore the Ocklawaha River were bottled up in
committees.
"That's right," Sen. George Kirkpatrick, D-Gainesville, said the next
morning when the session was over, "'and it would be an illegal action
by the Department of Environmental Protection, if it tries to issue
permits to restore the river without a clear message it is the intent of
the Legislature."
The department's bill introduced by Williams and favored by Gov.
Lawton Chiles, would dismantle Rodman Dam a part of the old Cross
State Canal which was never built and restore the river to its former
banks. Smith's bill would keep the dam in place,. and pay for its,
maintenance by charging camper and fishing fees.
DISPOSAL FEE TO DIE: Florida's Advance Disposal Fee the little
two cents per container tax that has bugged grocers and consumers -
will be repealed in October under Florida's sunset law. There was a
drive to keep the tax which would have raised about $26 million this
year, but the bill died in the Senate Ways and Means Committee where
it was held until the session ended. Viewed as a bellwether bill by many
as to just how interested the politicians really were in keeping taxes
down, Sen. Charles Williams said it had served its purpose and it was
better to let it dfe of natural causes. ,


r CHILDREN'S HEALTH FORUM

SYour 1-3 Year

Old Child

By:
Elizabeth C. Jones, M.D.


The Carnegie Corporation recently 'held a conference in
Washington to highlight present care plans and develop ideal
conditions for care in the future of the 1 3 year-old child.
Ideally, a child will be born to a couple-mother and
father-who are able to nurture, cherish and care for the child
completely. Realistically, even the ideal couple, 20-30 years old,
will need a lot of outside help.
The Carnegie Report envisions enrolling a child in school at
birth. Parent education will be a 'part of the program. Visiting
nurses will be certain the baby gets the medical supervision and
immunizations needed. Educational toys will help the young infant
and will be offered on a loan basis.
When day-care situations are needed, it is hoped that
employers will offer more on site day care and will be. more parent
friendly when time off from work is needed for child related
problems.
The three to four year-old will, be in .school in a Montessori
structure pre-school.
These plans are necessary because of neglect and abuse of the
young child. These children are the future of our nations, and if
they are mentally or physically deformed, by emotional or physical
neglect or abuse, our country will not continue to progress.
Young people (teenagers) should be discouraged from having
children until they mature and are ready for the challenge of
parenting. Pregnancy prevention is available and ,should be used
by teenagers. Adoption should. be considered more often than it is
when a young teen has a baby.


Program on Coping with Grief


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Joseph Care Center including in-
formation on the subject of "cop-
ing with grief' on May 25 and on
"estate planning" on June 8. The
programs will be held in the staff
development room of the facility
which is located at 220 Ninth
Street in Port St. Joe. Both pro-
grams will begin at 7:30 p.m. and
the public is invited to attend.
each.
Mr. Southerland has served
the National Funeral Directors
Association in many capacities,
including the office of president
in 1991. He is a lifetime resident


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College.

PUBLIC NOTICE
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Cemetery Committee of
Roberts Cemetery in
Honeyville, Florida will no
longer accept applica-
tions for burial plots due.
to a limited space.
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School News


Events and Happenings From


County Schools


'To Everything'There Is A
Season: A Time To Be Born
And A Time To Die."
Patsy Lister, Media Specialist
at WES, passed away on Sunday
night, May 7, at Gulf Coast Hos-
pital'in Panama City after fighting
a lengthy bout with cancer. 'Miss
Patsy' inspired us all with her
faith and courage during her ill-
ness. All of the prayers and com-
forting words of our staff go out
to her husband, Bennie, and her
three children, Dayton, Darryl,
and Ashley. Miss Patsy will sorely
be missed at our school and in
our hearts.
Woman's Club Poster Contest
Winners Announced
Barbara Shirley-Scott an-
nounced the winners of the Earth
Day Poster Contest on the morn-
ing broadcast. They were: Cerrelle
Hanes, first prize and a check for
$25.00; Brandi Williams, second
prize and a check for $15.00; and
Jessica Nowell, third prize and a
check for $10.00. Congratula-
tions to all of them.
Immunization Week Poster
Contest
In a contest sponsored by the
Gulf County Health Department,
the following winners were an-
nounced: first Appolonia Wil-
liams $25.00; second Kelli



Port St. Joe

Middle

School -

News. ...



The middle school is staying
busy planning dances and par-
ties, giving donations, having
honor services, and being in prac-
tices and competing in school-
sponsored events.- There's plenty
to keep us busy, while the school
year comes to an end. -
Last week, the Beta Club
made a donation to sponsor a
group participating -in 'the "Walk
For Hope", which is an all night
walk for the benefit of people that
have or have had cancer. We were
all pleased and proud that our
Middle School Beta Club donated
money t6 this cause.
The SGA participated in a
tree planting service on Wednes-
day, May 3. This ceremony was
held in' remembrance of the vic-
tims of the bombing tragedy in
Oklahoma.
On Friday, May 5 Dr. Eliza-
beth Jones and Dr. James Cerso-
simo visited the middle school..
While Dr. Jones had a conversa-
tion with the girls, Dr. Cersosimo
talked with the boys. They dis-
cussed growing up and issues
that we, as teenagers, face.
Thank you, doctors, for visiting
with us!
Seventh grade "Students Of
The Week" for last week were Jen-
ny Douds and William Burrows.
Congratulations guys!
The "Pepsi School Cap Com-
petition" is finally over, and the
results were: Mrs. Ellmer's A.A.-
first place with 1,910 caps and
Mr. Adkison's A.A.-second place
with 1,496 caps.
Great job guys Thanks to
everyone that parucipated.
On Tuesday, May 9 the SGA
held a sixth grade orientation ser-
vice for the upcoming seventh
graders. The SGA members gave
a guided tour to the students and
answered any questions they
had.
Friday, May 12 the Beta Club
and SGA will join to have an all
day beach party. Students are re-
minded to bring two (2) drinks
and a pack lunch. Coolers will be
provided. HaVe fun!
There will be a dance spon-
sored by the Beta Club on Satur-
day, May 13 in the Commons
Area of the school. All middle
schoolers are invited to attend.
The cost will be $1.00 or presen-
fation of a gold card. Those at-
tending may want to bring addi-
tional money, as food and drinks
will be sold during the dance. It
will begin at. 6:30 p.m. and con-
tinue until 10:30 p.m. Come and
have fun.
Cheerleading practices are
being held Monday through
Thursday of this and next week
after school. All those interested
are invited to attend. Be sure to
bring parent permission, a cur-
rent physical *and a fifth six
weeks report card. Tryouts will be
held Friday, May 19.
All are reminded to bring
plants, flowers, bushes or any
kind of vegetation you wish to do-
nate to the middle school. We
deeply appreciate these dona-
tions.


That's it for this week. Have a
good one.


Wewahitchka 4

Elementary

News...
By Linda Whitfield


Jackson $15.00; and third .- Ju-
dith Husband $10.00.
Blue Caps Made Big Bucks
With everyone pitching in, it
is no surprise that WES did so
well in the Blue Caps contest.
With over 21,000 caps turned in,
a profit of over $1,100 was made.
As I heard one kid say, "We're the
Pepsiest drinking bunch!"
Sixth Grade Orientation at WHS
on May 15
Don't you remember when
you went from one school to an-
other? Did you worry about get-
ting lost or that you would do
something really stupid? Our
sixth graders are about to em-
bark on one of the many mile-
stones in, their lives next week.
They will tour the high school
We're really going to miss this
class too.'
Second Graders Travel To
Blountstown
The, second grade classes of
Alisa Walker, Doris Jean Whitten,
and Judi Lister took their classes
to Thistle Dew Farm',to observe
the ostriches. Besides a lot of
treats from Mr. Jim, they also en-
joyed eating lunch at Pizza Hut. It
was a tiring, but fun day for all.
Message For Mothers ( Since
It's Close To Mother's Dayt)
These little clever 'seven won-
ders' were on one of my birthday
cards, and I thought I'd share
them with the women: "The Seven
Wonders of a Woman's World"
are:
1. Wonder why you can't find
anything when you're out
shopping and you've actually
got money.


2. Wonder why everything goes
on sale' the day after you pay
full price for it.
3. Wonder why you only get
compliments on your hair the.
day you have an appointment
to get it cut.
4. Wonder why you only run
into people you know when
you look your worst.
5. Wonder why your car sud-
denly heals itself when you're
trying to explain to a man
that it's not working.
6. Wonder why you don't even
think about chocolate until
you. decide to start to diet.
7. Wonder why everyone else is
so happy when it's your
birthday.
Gulf County Guidance Clinic
Donate Color Books To WES
We'd like to thank Melinda
Brookins and Carrie Stauss for
donating coloring books about
flood relief. The children learned
a lot from them.
Public Hearing Scheduled
For May 16
Mr. Kelley would like to an-
nounce that a Public Hearing and
the School Advisory Council
Meeting will be held at the WES
Media Center on Tuesday night,
May 16 at 6:00 for the purpose of
reviewing the 95-96 School Plan.
Everyone is cordially invited to at-
tend.


Honor


Roll

Faith Christian
Fred Goebert, Faith Christian
* School principal, has released the
names of the students who
achieved placement on the honor
roll for the fifth six weeks grading
period.
Students making "All A's"
were:
First Grade: Kelly Geoghagan.
Secorld Grade: Heather Hen-
derson, Laura Seay and Mark
Vinson.
Third Grade: Rachel Bixler.
Fourth Grade: Katie Geoghag-
an, Jeremy Robershaw and Aaron
Watson.
Fifth Grade: Renee Vinson.
Eighth Grade: Rebecca Cope.
Students making "All A's and
B's" were:
First Grade: Michael Griffin,
LeAnn Hinson, Cherish Jacobs,
Zachary Norris and Ashlyn Park-
er.
Second Grade: Erin Hill, Jus-
tin McCroan, Sarah Montgomery,
Jake Owens, Jeffery Pitts, Amy
Sasnett, Ryan Ward and Kayla
Wiley.
Third Grade! Jeffrey Bailey,
Lyndsey. Hill, Jordan Hinson,
Brittnea Jones. Ashley Smith,
Brandon Stit, Jenna Teat and
Bert Waddell.
Fourth Grade: Brian Bailey,
Jarvis Griffin, Ryan Laire, Luke
Logue, Brandon Lyles and Mandy
Phinizy.
Fifth Grade: Leslie Earley,
John-Patrick Floyd and Rachel
Geoghagan'.
Sixth Grade: Chad Goebert,
Rebekah Peterson, Jessica Tar-
pley and Jessica Slate.
'Eighth Grade: Nicholas Blake
and Jessica Hill.
Ninth Grade: Amanda Hahey.
Eleventh Grade: Christina
Egler.


The Learning Center Students

Activities of The
Learning Center
The Learning Center,. a local
three and four year-old
pre-school recently took a field
trip to Gulf World and stopped off
to play at the "Playground Under
the Oaks" in Panama; City. They
will present their end of the year
program, "Children Around The
World", and K-4 graduation, May
20: at 6:30 p.m. at the First
Baptist Church in Port St. Joe.
Phyllis Bixler, their teacher,
would like to invite the public to
attend.


PSJ's Classf85


Plan Rteuniion
Final plans are made and the,
dates set for the 10-year reunion
of Port St. Joe High School's
Class of 1985., .
The reunion will start with a
"Get Reacquainted" party at 7:00
p.m. on Friday night, July 14th,
at the Port St. Joe High School
Commons Area. Saturday, July
15th, there will be a family beach
outing at the St. Joseph Peninsu-
la State Park starting at 10:00
a.m. Finally, a dinner will be held
that Saturday night at 6:30 p.m.
at the St. Joseph Bay Country
Club.
The price per adult for both
nights is $30. If you plan to at-
tenid, but haven't yet mailed inc
your check, please contact Letha
Rice Cozart at (904) 647-5286 or
Julie Allen Thompson at (904)
581-3717.,
Baccalaureate

Reception
The members of St. James
Episcopal Church will again
honor the Port St Joe High
.School graduating class at their
annual reception on May 21.
All seniors, their families and
friends, the school faculty and
Gulf County School Board
members are Invited to Coldewey
Hall in the new church on 22nd
Street, Immediately following the
Baccalaureate Service.


.From the Principal.

Wwahitchka Shark Talk
W e t 1k


High school
ByLarry A. Mathes


It takes a daily, weekly and
monthly calendar to stay on top
of everything that's going on as
school begins 'to wind down.
Charlie Cole' and family are in
Canada. the band is preparing for
a trip to Disney World and Busch
Gardens, seniors are gearing up
to leave Sunday for Six Flags
SOver Georgia; plus some addition-
al side attractions, baseballers,
we hope, will be in the regional
tournament (site unknown right
now), and there's a few banquets
coming up. Some of them include
the Middle School Academic Ban-
Squet (May 22), the Athletic Ban-
quet (May 11), the Band Banquet
(May 20), and the ROTC Banquet:
(May 1.1 at 5:00 p.m.).
Other Important dates are
Baccalaureate Service on May 14
at 8:00 a.m., and 1995.Gradua-
tion'Ceremony on May 19 at 7:00
p.m.
The girls, fast pitch team, af-
ter a great season, fell one game
short of their quest to go to state.
A rough first inning against Ma-
clay High School of Tallahassee
left the girls seven runs down.
They recovered and then gave up
only one more run, but fell short,
8-2, in the end. It has been a
great season. I think their final


They Came And They Read!!!
May 1 5 was a very special
week in our school. Many people
from various professions came to
read to a class and tell how im-
portant reading is to them in
their particular field. "Celebrity
Readers" Week" was a great suc-


record was something like 29
wins and only 3 losses.
The Gator track members,
who went to state did well, al-
though they didn't win. Several
participants placed in their indi-
vidual events.
Congratulations to Coach
Scott Gowan and the Sharks
track team for winning the State
3-A Championship for the second
year in a row.
The fall, football ( 1 ) jambor-
ee will be in Carrabelle May 18--
time to be announced later. Ath-
letes that have not been involved
in other playoffs will try to play
two' quarters (against two differ-
ent teams) that night,
Athletics are easier to report
than academics, but we need to
remember that the academics
come first. Students that forget to
place the academics first find-
themselves ineligible to play. A
large percentage of our students
participate, some in more than
one sport. They need to be en-
couraged to maintain their aca-
demic standing and not to use
participation as an excuse for not
doing well with the books., Help
them find time to study and pre-
pare for class.


cess due to the following people
who so kindly came and enjoyed
reading and talking to the stu-
dents: Sheriff Frank McKeithen,
Coach Priest, Paul Joseph, Jim
Belin, Rev. Curtis Clark, Cora
Sue. Robinson, Judge Bob Moore,
Betty Sue Anchors, Mary Prid-
geon, Mark Ellmer, Jerry Kelley,
Charlotte Pierce, Kesley Colbert,
Clay Smallwood, Buddy Caswell,
Wes Taylor, Hiram Nix, Ann Tison
and Scott Hoffman. Thanks to all
of you. It was a great week!
Thank You Parents
A big thank you to all the
parents who provided all the
goodies for Teacher Appreciation
Day. A special thanks to Kim
Smith, Cynthia Wells, Simona
Pittman, Clara Freeman and
Estelane O'Donnell for serving as
hostesses.
Students Of The Week
Congratulations to our stu-
dents of the week! They are Adam
Cooper, Heather Lee, Megan
Todd, Kale Guillot, Kristen Gar-
cia, Amy Canington and B. J. Pre-
snell.


This week the seniors took
their finals which ended their
senior year. However, the under-
classmen still have two exciting,
busy weeks left.
Any juniors and seniors in-
terested In scholarship Informa-
tion from the Department of Agri-
cultural and Biological
Engineering at the University of
Florida needs to check in the
guidance office.
Good luck to .the new Keyette
officers for the 1995-96 school
year: President, Jennie Small-
wood; Vice President, Leslie Fai-
son; Secretary, Brigette Godfrey;
Treasurer Alyson Williams, Par-
liamentarian, Kristi 'Kirkland;
and Historian, Kristi Lawrence.
Cap and gown portraits will
be taken on Saturday, May 13th.
Seniors need to sign up in the li-
brary for an appointment.
Cheerleading practice began
this week. Tryouts will be ,held
Friday, May 19th at 3:00 p.m.
Good luck to everyone!
A big Shark salute to the var-
sity baseball team for their victo-
ry over Florida High. They played
Chipley Tuesday. Great job
Sharks!
The boys track team
brought home the gold AGAIN!!
They finished first in Class 3-A
this past weekend. All their hard
work has paid off once again. We
all tip our hats to you, boys!


Sixth Grade Graduation
Celebration
Parents of sixth graders are
asked to provide one or more of
the following items for our sixth
grade Graduation Celebration:
napkins, plates, plastic cups,
chips, dip and two or three liter
drinks. Please send these items to
school by Tuesday, May 23rd.
Awards Program
Our Awards Program for kin-
dergarten through fifth grade will
be held on Monday, May 22 at
9:00 a.m. in the Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School gym. All parents
are invited to attend.
Sixth Grade Graduation
Graduation for our sixth
graders will be held on Wednes-
day, May 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the
Port St. Joe Elementary School
gym. Parents are invited to at-
tend.
Gulf Coast Community
College Camp
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege is offering a day camp for
ages 9 14. Registration will be


U


The Lady Sharks track team
finished eleventh among 16
teams. They did an outstanding
jobl A special congratulations to
Charron Addison foir her first
place finish in the triple jump.
The 'girls set 10 new' school
records this year and finished 41'-
8.
Congrats to Port St. Joe High
School's 1995-96 flag corps mem-
bers. They are Laurie Cullen, Mi-
chelle Garland, Jodie Wear,
Heather Calvarese, Sheila High-k
tower, Amanda Collins, Kathy
Damron, Michelle Martin and Ja-
nah Strickland.


held at Port St. Joe High. School
on Tuesday, May 30th from 11:00
a.m. until 1:00 p.m.


Gulf County Schools
Lunch Menu
MAY 15-19
MON-Sloppy Joe, English
Peas, French Fries, Milk
TUES-Chicken & Rice, Broc-
c6li w/Cheese, Fruit Cup, Roll,
Dessert, Milk
WEDS-Chili Dog or Corn Dog.
Cole Slaw, French Fries, Milk,
Cake
THURS-Batter Dipped Fish or
Crab Cake, Cole Slaw, Baked
Beans, Bread, Milk, Dessert
FRI-Spaghetti w/meat sauce
& cheese, Tossed Salad, Green
Beans, Roll, Milk


DOWN

AND ORDER' YOUR
COPY OF *THE ,STAR
DELIVERED DTO YOUR
DOOR EACH WEEK
OR PICK ,UP A COPY
AT ANY OF THE FOL-
LOWING LOCATIONS:
SOUTH BEACHES
* Cape Trading Post
* Indian Pass Ravy Bar
* Pic's #1
* Scallop Cove
PORT ST. JOE
The Star
Buzzett's .
Campbell's
David Rich's IGA
Jr. Food Store .
Motley's Big Star
Saveway
Sing Store .
St. Joe Hull
WHITE CITY
Hanimmond's Grocery
HIGHLAND VIEW
Dixie Dandy
*.Jr. Food Store
ST. JOE BEACH
Suwannee Swiflty.
Jr. Food Store
MEXICO BEACH
Express Lane
Gulf Foods
Jr. Food Store
Mexico Beacfi Grocery
Suwannee Swil't
WEWAHITCHKA
David Rich's IGA
Dixie Dandy
Jr. Food Mart
Jr. Food Store
McCarty's Groce"y


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THE STAR POR ST JO.F HRDY AY1.19 Jf_'


Those Wonderful Love Bugs! They're Back!


"Love Bugs" are small black
flies with a red thorax. The males
are 1-/4 inch and the females are
1/3 inch in length. They are na-
tive to Florida as well as other
states and countries bordering
the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean
Sea. Their appearance in penin-
sular Florida was insignificant
until recent years.
Large flights of these insects
were reported in the Florida pan-
handle as early as the late
1950's. However, southern Loui-
siana had experienced them in
the 1920's. By 1969, mass flights
were reported over approximately
one-fourth of the Florida peninsu-
la.
Flights of "love bugs" appear
in May and September. They ex-
tend over about a four week peri-
od, with the September flights
usually being the largest. During
these mating flights, the females
will mhate three to five times.


Gulf County
Extension Service


Roy Lee Carter
Agent


Deputy Clerk/Bank Teller Exams
Scheduledfor May 18 to Qualify"


The SATB Test will be given
Std anyone interested on May 18,
at the Gulf County Courthouse in
the Commission Meeting Room.
The primary purpose is to qualify
applicants for the deputy clerk
position for the Gulf County Clerk
of Courts. This test will be on file
for five years and is used as a tool
for employers throughout the
county. The test will be held from
9:45 a.m. until noon. Preregistra-
tion at the Jobs and Benefits
Center at 206 Monument Avenue,
Port St. Joe Is required.' ''
The bank teller exam will be
given oMay 18 at 1:30 p.m. at the
Port St. Joe Firehotise Conference


Room. This exam will be kept on
file for one year and be used as a
tool for employers hiring bank
tellers. This is not for a specific
job opening.
To register for either or both
tests, stop in at the Jobs & Bene-
fit Center at 206 Monument Ave-
nue, Port St. Joe and see Mary
Cias. There are many excellent
job opportunities. Come see for
yourself.

r Pleas At-- -- --j
Churc of our hoic


Come Find Out What All the Excitement Is at 2247 Hwy. 71
(1/10 mile north of Overstreet Road)


The Church of Christ

in Wewahitchka wants to make a difference in your life.
Sunday School 10 a.m. EST
Worship Service 11 a.m. EST
Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m.



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
SREV'. BILL WHITE, PASTOR
:3o~i.'.i'. ..?. 2420.Long Ave. .. .
l, ,"A Port Si. Joe, FL 32456
904-229-6886
Port St. Joe's "Port of Victory"
Sunday School ................. .....................10 a.m .
Morning W orship......................................11 a.m.1
Sunday Evening ................... ............. 6 p.m.
W wednesday Evening .....................................7 pm.




THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY.

ST JAM 800 22nd STREET PORT ST. JOE-
7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET)
"* t :: Sunday School 9:45
ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA'
8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor



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





Chapel Lane Overstreet Phone 648-8144
Bro. Harold J. McClelland, Jr., W.L. Tremain,
Pastor Pastor Emeritus
Sunday School............................................... 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship........................................... 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening ............................................ 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday Evening ................... ....................7:00 p.m.


ST.^A &FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

SI? I s ^ CHURCH
sw 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
I g SUNDAY WORSHIP......................... 10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL................................. 11 a.m.
Su S N"0 *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children

Nursery Available
-The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor


Female "love bugs" lay ap-
proximately 350 eggs in or on the
soil under partially decaying vege-
tation. The larvae (immature
forms) develop in decaying organ-
ic matter, especially in hardwood
hammocks. The larvae feed on
decaying vegetation, and. perform
a useful function by converting it
into available plant foods. After
the larvae mature, they transform
into pupae and the adults emerge
in about one week.
Adult "love bugs" are harm-
less and do not sting or bite. They-
feed on nectar and pollen of vari-
ous flowers, especially goldenrod
and clover. The flight of the "love
bug" is restricted to daylight
hours. At night they rest in low-
growing vegetation.
The problem associated with
the love bug is that the insects
spatter and stick to trucks and
automobiles traveling along high-
ways during daylight hours.
Windshields covered with these

HRS Board Holds
Monthly Meeting
The HRS District 2 Health
and Human Services Board will
hold its next monthly meeting on
May 16 from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00
p.m., E.S.T., at Posey's Restau-
rant in Panacea.
The Board will 'review the re-
sults of the 1995 Legislative ses-
sion and set its meeting schedule
for the fall.


The


insects obscure the driver's vi-
sior. These insects often clog the
cooling fans of the radiator and
may cause the car to overheat
when operated at. high speeds for
extended periods of time. Also, if
the bugs are not cleaned off the
automobile within a reasonable
period of time, they will damage
the car's finish.
Insecticidal control of the love
bug is impractical because they
occur over such a vast area.
There are several things that
can be done to lessen the prob-
lem facing motorists. Travel at
night or during the early morning
hours to avoid the bugs. since
they do not become active until
about 10:00 a.m. Traveling at
slower speeds reduces the num-
ber of bugs that will be spattered.
A large screen placed in front of
the grill will. keep the radiator
fans from clogging and will pro-
tect the finish on the front of the
car. If a large screen is not used
in front of the grill at least place a
small screen behind the grill in
front of the radiator.
Spattered bugs should be
washed off the car as soon as
possible. Love bugs are more eas-
ily removed, and the chance of
damaging the car's finish is less-
ened, if the car has been recently
waxed. If they are left on an un--
waxed car for several days its fin-
ish will often be. permanently
damaged. Soalking for several
minutes with water aids in the re-
moval. When "love bugs" are nu-


Sion '


We find it hard to believe that
there are just two weeks left in
the 1994-95 school year for the
elementary and high school and
only one for the kindergarten
classes. The K-5 class will gradu-
ate Thursday, May 18 in the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Church.
The program, which will also in-,
clude the three and four year-old
students, will begin at 7:00 p.m.
On May 20 we are planning
to hold another great garage sale.
If any readers have items they
would like to donate. to the sale,
just bring them to the school any
time between the hours of 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m., or call 229-6707 for a-
p ck-up., They will. be much ap-
preciated..
Last week the first and third
grade classes went on fun field
trips. Grade three went to the Tal-
lahassee Junior Museum. and
grade one to Gulf World. Mrs.
Barnes' first graders wrote about
their experiences. Here are two
Versions, one from a boy's view-


Tale


News Column
Faith Christian School
point and one from a girl's:
My Trip To Gulf World
by Zachary Norris
Gulf World had stingrays and
dolphins. One of. them had been
attacked by a shark. And I liked .
the sharks because they had long
teeth. And there was an alligator
and I made it mad. He tried to get
me but he was in a cage and I am
glad about that. Another interest-
ing thing was that the trainer put
a dead fish in his mouth.
Gulf World
by Kelly Geoghagan
When we went to Gulf World I
liked the parrot show a lot and
the dolphin and sea lion-show,.-
The dolphins had a basketball
game. One side of the crowd
cheered for one of the dolphins
and our side cheered for Albert
and Albert won. The sea lion took
a fish out of the man's mouth
and kissed him. I like Gulf World
and the beach, too. Thanks a lot
Miss B.


New Life Christian Center Church
S ? Sixth Street (Union Hall Building)
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Johnny Jenkins, Jr. Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
(1st and 3rd Sunday Nights)
Wednesday Night Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
'"We-. Are Covenant People"



\ Highland View
United Methodist Church
Corner of 4th St. & Parker Ave.
Highland View
Lyhwood R. Wynne, Pastor
Sunday School............................................. 10 a.m.
Morning W orship ..................... .... ..... ........ ................. 11 a.m.
Evening W orship.................. .................................... .............. 6 p.m .




St. Joe Assembly of qod.
309 6th Street. Port St. Joe
Sunday School.......................... 0:00 am
Morning Worship Service ....... 11:00 am
.. Sunday Evening Service ........... 6:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study .........., 7:00 pm
Jeff Scalf
Pastor
t Empowered by 9The Spiritt





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Bible Study: Worship:
10 a.m. Sunday 11 a.m. Sunday
7 p.m. Wednesday Nursery
Minister: Tom Skipper 229-8310
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P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Corner of 20th Street &, Marvin Avenue
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merous, some motorists spread a
light film of mineral or baby oil
over the front of the hood, above
the windshield and on the grill
and bumper. This practice will
also make their removal a simpler
task.


Spring Singing
The North Port St. .Joe
Community Choir will be hosting
a Spring Singing on May 13 at
New Bethel Baptist Church at
8:00 p,m.
The choir family cordially
invites everyone to attend.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN Tl [E STAR!


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




We Want You To Be
Part of the Friendly Place
BIBLE STUDY 9:45 a.m. EVENING WORSHIP ........... 7:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIP ..................11:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY................ .....7:00 p.m.
CHURCH TRAINING ...........5........5:45 p.m.
Long Avenue Baptist Church
1601 Long Avenue
CURTIS CLARK MARK JONES
Pastor Minister of Music



[ first United Metfodist Chfurch
111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Morning Church...................,9:00 a.m. CT
M 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


ri __y*^ Constitution AndiMtanument
Catch the s ortist.Je
THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School ......... 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship ......... 7:30 p.m.
Morning Worship.... 11:00 a.m. Choir Practice '
Methodist Youth Wednesday.............. 7:30 p.m.
Fellowship ...........5:00 p.m.
Rev. Zedoc Baxter Charlotte Henderson
PASTOR YOUTH/ CHOIR DIRECTOR



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

Come visit We'd love to have you!
Rev. Marty Martin Pastor
I 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













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(1 to r) Appolonia Williams, Kelli Jackson and Judith Husband.


Immunization

Poster Contest

Winners Named
The Gulf County Public
Health Unit recently sponsored a
poster contest for National Infant
Immunization Week. Contest win-
ners shown in the photo above
are: Appolonia Williams, first
place ($25 winner); Kelli Jackson,
second place ($15 winner); and
Judith Husband ($10 winner).
A special thanks to the Port
-SL Joe Kiwanis Club for their
generous prize donation. Look for


these and other poster entries
around town, and remember to
"be wise and immunize".




Guidance Clinic

Board Meeting
The Board of Directors of the
Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Inc.
will hold its regular' scheduled
meeting on Tuesday, .May 16 at
12:00 p.m., E.D.T. The meeting
will be held in the Clinic offices in
Port St. Joe.


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Craftsman tools and Die Hard bat-
teries are available now at Western
Auto Store, 219 Reid Ave. 227-1105.
tfe 5/4


COMEPL=NTARY FACIAL
Personalized skin care pro-
gram customized for your
skin type. Dermatologist-
tested-. Call today for a
FREE consultation. Janis
Laycock, Independent
Mary Kay Beauty Consul-
tant, 647-3581.



REAL ESTATE


LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery Road,
1 mile off Overstreet Road, 9 miles
south of Wewa. Owner financing. Call
229-6961. tfc 5/4

3 bdrm., 1.5 ba. 14x65' mobile home
on 3/4 acre in Wewa. 8x16' shed,
Purchased new in 1994. $2,250 equi-
ty; assume loan at $295 month. 639-
3548. 2tp5/11

Newly remodeled 2 BR house, large
spacious rooms, din. rm., Ig. utility/
3rd.BR, wood floors, screened front
porch, Ig. fenced backyard w/tool
shed. Located on 8th St, PSJ,
$45,000. Call 229-8764 or 229-9070.
2tp 5/11

Nice 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with
double carport & utility BIdg. on 2
large lots, all windows are new and
have vertical blinds, new carpet,
ch&a, 1/2 block off Hwy. 98. Can be
seen at 305 Parker Ave., Highland
View. Call 227-1311 or 227-3492.
tfc 5/4

Three lots, Red Bull Island, Wewa.
Septic tank, power pole, city water,
price reduced. 639-5233. 4tc 5/4

Lot 144' wide x 297' deep in Whisper-
ing Pines Subdivision, Wewahitchka,
$15,000. 229-8577. tfc 4/27

2 bedroom house, new,. central heat
and air, paint and bedrooms panelled.
Located in Oak Grove. Call 229-6694.
4tp 4/27

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 5/4

handymann 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 5/4


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, ap-
prox. 1700 sq. ft. of living
space. 2 car garage. Huge
yd. w/wired workshop. Auto-
matic sprinlder system &
much more. $108,000. Call
Frank D. or Carla May at
227-2008. tfc 5/4


Business for Sale: Phantry Building
and extra lot. Income producing.
Three business units downstairs and
a manager's apartment, Four hotel
rooms. w/full baths upstairs. 24 cli-
mate-controlled mini-storage units
upstairs and down. Best location in
town for detail outlets. Call 1-800-
800-9894. tfe 5/4
Owner. finan.cing. .igb and dry. Jacre
homesite. 240 ft. well. septic, work-
shop, I 1/2 mile N. Dead Lakes Pk,
647-3581. tfc5/4


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 5/4


1/2 acre lot with septic tank, $9,500.
Overstreet Road. Owner financing,
227-2020, ask for Billy. tfc 5/4






AKC reg. Miniature Schnauzer pup-
pies. $300. Ready for adoption May 1.
647-3114 after 5:30. tfc 4/27

DOG GROOMING PLUS offers diop-
ping and bathing for your dog. We
also carry collars & leads. Boarding
available. Call 227-3611. tfc 5/4

Hate to Board Your Best Friend. Care
in your home low as $8.00 a day by
Joe and Marie Romanelli. Call Piet &
Property Tenders, fully insured, 1-
904-229-1065. tfc 5/4


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Fantasy Properties, Inc.
1200 U.S. Hwy. 98 .
Mexico Beach, FL 32410 rl
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478
REALTOP
NEW LISTINGS:
HOWARD CREEK, Squirrel Ave. FISH, RELAX AND BE IN
COMFORT. This well-built A-frame* home is situated on two
cleared lots. Offers four bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, loft area, living/
dining area with open cross-beamed ceiling. Kitchen has new
cabinets, and new vinyl flooring. Central air, gas hater, new hot
water tank. Large screened front porch. This and more for a very
affordable price of $43,500.00.
MEXICO BEACH, nice residential lot, 75'x100'. Good neighbor-
hood, priced to sell at $12,900.
ACREAGE/LOTS: (Call for directions). Enjoy country living at
Gulf County Farms, 4 acres, $15,700.
STONE MILL REEK, -close to great freshwater fishing, each lot
$6,900. BIk. D, lot 1 and lot 3.
ST. JOE BEACH, Georgia and Santa Anna. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. with
garage, many features! Call for details and appointment,
$62,900.
$ PRICE REDUCTIONS
ST. JOE BEACH, 100 Santa Anna, Nice duplex only steps to
the water, 2 bdrm., 1 ba. upstairs; 1 bdrm., 1 ba. downstairs,
good rental history., $80,000. Reduced to $75,000.
6311 Alabama Ave. Nice 3 bdrm., 1 1/2 ba. on Ig. 150'x150' lot
includes w/d, stove & refrig. Nice porch, garage, fenced yd, lots
of storage space including utility shed. Priced to sell! Was
$64-90-.Now $49,900.

Sales Rentals Vacation Rental Specialists

JOHN M. DELORME, Realtor ELLEN F. ALLEMORE, Realtor


The Gulf County School Board met in
regular session, on April 4, 1995, at 9:00
a.m., in the Gulf County School Board
Administrative Offices in Port St. Joe. The
following members were present: Charlotte
Pierce, Oscar Redd, David Byrd, Caroline
Norton,. and Mary Pridgeon. The
Superintendent and Board Attorney were
also present.
Chairman Pierce presided and the
meeting was opened with prayer led by
Oscar Redd, followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance led by Caroline Norton.
TEACHERR OF THE YEAR: Chairman
Pierce presented Martha Welmorts, Gulf
County's Teacher of the Year, a plaque from
the Board, expressing its appreciation for
being a teacher who is representative of all
good teachers.
PUBLIC HEARING ON POLICY
CHANGE: In accordance with Florida
Statute, the Board advertised policy changes
in the local newspapers. The public was
given opportunity on this day to provide
Input. There was no response from the gen-
eral public.
ADOPTION OF AGENDA: On motion by
Mr. Byrd, second by Mrs. Norton, and unan--
Imous vote, the Board adopted the agenda.
BUDGET MATTERS/PAYMENT OF
BILLS: On motion by 'Mr. Byrd, second by
Mrs. Pridgeon, and unanimous vote, the
Board approved the following budget mat-
ters and payment of bills:
Budget Amendment No. VI, General
Fund
Budget Amendment No. VI, Capital
Projects (PECO)
Budget Amendment No. VI, Special
Revenue, Other (Federal)
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: On motion
by Mr. Byrd, second by Mrs. Norton, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved the
minutes of March 7 and 28, 1995.
CORRESPONDENCE: The Board
reviewed a card of thanks from the family of
Annie Gaskin. No action necessary.
The Board reviewed a card of thanks
from Port St, Joe High School for their con-
tribution toward Project Graduation 1995.
No action necessary.
The Board reviewed a letter from Mr.
Joe Danford, GOlf County Solid Waste
Director, relating to funding, for a
Wewahltchka High School student, Charlie
Cole, to attend the International Science
Fair in Ontario, Canada. On motion by Mrs.
Norton, second by Mrs. Pridgeon, and unan-
imous vote, the Board approved to authorize
the Superintendent to contact Mr. Don Rich,
Coordinator of the Wewahitchka High School
Science Fair, to determine the amount need-
ed, not to exceed $500, to assist with the
upgrading of Charlie Cole's project in order
for him to adequately participate in the com-
petition at the fair.
PERSONNEL MATTERS: On motion by
Mr. Redd second by Mr. Byrd, and unani-
mous vote, the Board approved the following
administrators for re-employment for the
1995-96 school year: Temple Watson,
Assistant Superintendent, Director of
Support Services, and Coordinator of,
Operations; David' Bidwell, Director of
Instructional Services; Betty Bidwell,i
Coordinator of Special Services; Buddy
Floore, Coordinator of Facility Services; S.
M. Eubanks, Coordinator of Vocational,
Adult -and Community B Education, and
Transportation; Wes Em Taylor, Interim
Principal, Port St. Joe High School; Chris
Earley, Interim Principal, Port St. Joe Middle
School; Larry Mathes, Principal,
Wewahitchka High School; Sara Joe Wooten,
Assistant Principal, Wewahltehka High
School; Catherine Barfield. Principal,
Highland View Elementary; Gerald Lewter,
Principal, 'Port St. Joe Elementary School;
and Jerry iKelley, Principal, Wewahitchka
Elementary School. ..
On motion by Mr. Byrd, second by Mr.
Redd, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved the following personnel matters:
Accepted the resignation of Eldora
Dunlgan from her position as Assistant
School Food Seivice Manager at Port St. Joe
High School.
Approved Mary A. Peak, Anne Boyd,
and Dariene Ake as substitute teachers in
the Gulf County School System.
Approved Steve R. Maxwell for the sup-
plementary pay position of Minor Sports 2nd
Team Girls Track Coach at Port St. Joe
Middle School for the 1994-95 school year.
Approved William Howard (Bill)
Ramsey for the supplementary pay position
of Assistant Baseball Coach at Port St. Joe'
Middle School for the 1994-95 school year.
Approved John Rainwater for the sup-
plementary pay position of Minor Sports 2nd
Team Boys Track Coach at Port St. Joe High
School for the 1994-95 school year.
Approved Wayne Stevens for the sup-
plementary pay position of Minor Sports 2nd
Team Girls Track Coach at Port St. Joe High
School for the 1994-95 school year. -
Approved Caren White for the supple-
mentary pay position of Assistant Softball
Coach at Port St. Joe Middle School for the
1994-95 school year.
Approved Victor L. Sellers for the sup-
plementary pay position of Minor Sports 2nd
Team Boys Track Coach at Port St. Joe
Middle School for the 1994-95 school year.
Approved for advertising, the following
supplementary pay positions for


unanimous vote, the Board approved the fol-
lowing policy changes of Chapter 6Gx23:
3.80 FIRN Usage Policy ,
4.463 Weapons Prohibited
6.122 Required Fingerprinting -and
Certificate of License
6.13 Probationary Period (Non-


Instructional)
6.38 Suspension and Dismissal (Non-
Instructional)

ADJOURNMENT: There being no fur-
ther business, the meeting adjourned at
11:00 a.m.


Wewahitchka High School for the 1994-95
school year: 1 Minor Sports 2nd Team
Assistant Track Coach and I Minor Sports
2nd Team Baseball Coach.
PROGRAM MATTERS: On motion by
Mrs. Pridgeon, second by Mrs. Norton, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved the fol-
lowing program matters:
Approved an articulation agreement
between Gulf Coast Community College and
the Gulf County School Board regarding the
dual enrollment program.
Approved to continue with the six-peri-
od class day at the high schools for the
1995-96 school year.
Approved the Gulf School District
Blueprint for Career Preparation
Implementation Plan for 1995-96.
The Board reviewed school-wide plans,
"Writing Across the Curriculum," which
have been developed to help Gulf County
students improve writing skills. No action
necessary.
S SCHOOL CALENDAR; On motion by
Mrs. Pridgeon, second by Mr. Redd, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved the
Gulf County School District Calendar for
1995-96.
STUDENT MATTERS: On motion by
Mr. Redd, second by Mr. Byrd, and unani-
mous vote, the Board approved the following
student matters:
Approved for Jennifer N. Haun, to
transfer from Highland View Elementary
School to Port St. Joe Elementary School for
the 1995-96 school year.
Approved for Marcus Gordon to trans-
fer from Port St. Joe Middle School to the
Gulf County Adult School as an alternative
educational option.
SURPLUS PROPERTY:. On, motion by
Mrs. Norton, second by Mr. Byrd, and ,unan-
imous vote, the Board approved the follow-
ing surplus property matters:
Approved a request for property dis-
posal of the following equipment located at
Wewahltchka High School:
1 Communication Equipment, Property
Record #81852129; 1 Savin 5030 Copier,
Property Record #81862186; 1 Canon
Copier, Property Record #81842118; 1
Student Workstation, Property Record
#08177958; 1 Camcorder, Property Record
#81882272; 1 Sousaphone, Property Record
#81902321.
Approved a request for property dis-
posal of the following equipment located at
the Gulf County Adult School:
Controlled Readers, Property Record
#9007-105; Cassette Recorder, Property
Record #9007-18; Cassette Recorder,
Property Record #9007-19: Slide Projector,
Property Record #9007-70; Language
Master, Property Record #9007-62.
TRANSPORTATION MATTERS: On
motion by Mrs. Pridgeon, second by Mrs.
Norton, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved the following transportation mat-
ters:
Approved the following bus stops at St.
Joe Beach, Bus #52: Stop #5257, corner of
Americus and Cortez; Stop #5247, corner of
Selma and Alabama.
Approved Bus Stop #2802, Hodrick
Street/Avenue D, North Port St. Joe, Bus
#28.
SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT:1 On
motion by Mr. Byrd, second by Mrs. Norton,
and unanimous vote, the Board approved for
advertising through a legal notice, needed
changes to the Pupil Progression Plan relat-
ing to course substitutions for Vocational
Gold Seal eligibility.
The Board reviewed a-request for a con-
tribution toward Wewahitchka Elementary
School's Sixth Grade Project Graduation. No
favorable action taken.
The Board reviewed correspondence
which listed Port St. Joe High School as
placing 4th in the 1995 NJROTC National
Academic Competition. On motion by Mrs.
Norton, second by Mrs. Pridgeon, and unan-
imous vote, the Board approved to direct the
Superintendent to appropriately acknowl-
edge the NJROTC Program at Port St. Joe
High School for their accomplishment.
On motion by Mrs. Norton, second by
Mrs. Pridgeon, and unanimous vote,! the
Board approved an official easement for
installation and operation of a general mea-
suring and regulation station by St. Joe
Natural Gas Company, Inc., on School
Board property in Wewahitchka pending the
size and location approved by
Superintendent.
On motion by Mr. Byrd, second by Mrs.
Pridgeon, and unanimous vote, the Board
adopted a Resolution expressing the Board's
appreciation and gratitude to the Port St.
Joe High School Boys Varsity Basketball
Team and its coaching staff for exemplifying
such superior athletic standards in their
achievement of the Class 3A Regional I
Championship title for the school year 1994-.
95 and the Class 2A State Championship
title for the school year 1993-94.
The Board reviewed School Resource
Officer Monthly Activity Reports from Port
St. Joe High School/Port St. Joe Middle
School and Wewahitchka High School for the
month of March, 1995. No action necessary.
BOARD MEMBER CONCERNS: On
motion by Mr. Redd, second by Mrs.
Pridgeon, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved to allow members to attend the
Florida School Boards Association 8th
Annual Day in the legislature to be held in
Tallahassee, FL, on April 17-18, 1995.
VOTE ON POLICYCHANGE: On motion
by Mr. Byrd, second by Mrs. Pridgeon, and


SUMMER PROPERTIES


(904) 227-1892 or 800-261-1892


SAND BAR BAY: Single family home adjacent to State Park, with access to St. Joe Bay. Cathedral
ceilings, berber carpet. Lease purchase possible. $72,500.
SEACLIFFS: Gulf Front, 3 bdrm., 2 1/2 bath, furnished, pool and fireplace. OWNER WANTS
ALL OFFERS! $105,000.
BEACON HILL: Mobile home with attached Mother-in-Law cottage on 4 wooded lots. Large
barn, tool shed. Furnished, PRICED TO SELL. $47,500.
BARRIER DUNES #196 3 bdrm., 3 bath, professionally decorated gulf front townhome. Drapes
and spreads all custom made, furnished with beautiful antiques. Would make a beautiful pro-
fessional home. $225,000.
LOTS:


BAREFOOT TRACE, 75'x475' waterfront lot. Could build single family dwelling or duplex. Own-
er financing available. PRICED TO SELL! $75,000.
SECLUDED DUNES 'lot F14. Beautiful Gulf view lot to build custom home. .638 acres. Owner
will finance. $52,500.


CHERYLS6UMMERS, Broker (Hm: 229-2740)
' BARBARA STEIN, Salesperson (Hm: 229-6515)

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HELP WANTEDi

Cashiers, Assistant Managers
Paid vacation, good insurance program, fast
advancement, excellent working condition.
Apply in person, Jr. Food Stores, Port St.
Joe, Highland View, St. Joe Beach and
Mexico Beach. 4tc 4/20




NOTICE

As of May 24, 1995
STOMP'S PLUMBING COMPANY
will no longer be doing business. If anyone feels
they are still under warranty after this date,
please contact us at 648-4004 so arrangements
can be made. Thank you.
Patrick Stomp 4tp 4/27





n 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

WEEKLY SPECIALS
BEACON HILL GULF COUNTY
Beautiful large lot (121' x 130') across Highway 98 from beach with deed-
ed beach access. Has 230'x 6' deeded beach access suitable for private
boardwalk to the beach. Lot has 20'x40' garage with new roof (1994) and
new deck flooring, privacy wooden fence surrounds entire property, 2 sep-
tic tanks in place. Has been cleared for immediate building. Great building
site for home up on hill would have unobstructed view of sunsets and sun-
rises. PRICE REDUCED TO $110,000.00. OWNER SAYS MAKE AN OF-
FER!
PORT ST. JOE
1109 Monument Ave. Three.
bdrm., 1 li2 ba. brick home on
141'x 150' cornr lot. St. Joe's
nicest neighborhood. Hard-
RMo wood floors in each bedroom
and formal liv. rm. Kitchen, eat-
Sing area, and baths have vinyl
Floors. ,Large sunken den sep-
arate from rest of house for privacy. Great walk-in pantry in kitchen. Cen.
h&a, new french doors off of kitchen, as well as all new insulated windows
throughout house. Exterior trim recently pained. Property also has a shal-
low well and an outbuilding that is supplied with electrical power. PRICE
REDUCED TO $79,500.

607 Garrison Ave. 3 1 .
bdrm., 1 ba. block
home nestled on a
75'x1 80' lot in a nice
established neighbor- ra t
hood. Survey indi-
cates 1,247 sq. feet of heated & cooled space. Carpet throu hout except
in the kitchen and bathroom where there is vinyl flooring. Gr at room de-
sign 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 ceil-
ing 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 LONG! A GREAT
PRICE AT $58, 600.00. Call Jay Rish, After Hours, 229-1070.

For Information on Other Properties for
Sale and Rent, PLEASE CALL.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, IL THURSDAY. MAY 11, 1995 PAGE 7B


'92 red Dodge Shadow; a/c; good con-
dition; call 229-8693.
'82 Ford Granada wagon, runs good,
good tires & no rust. $750.'229-2604.
2tp 5/4
1986 Monte Carlo, am/fm cassette,
excel. cond., new paint, runs great,
one owner, asking $2,500. Call 639-
2555. 2tc 5/4
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,
Wewahltchka, 639-5810. tfc 5/4





1981 7.5 hp Evinrude motor, runs
good, $350. 229-8656 after 6 p.m.
tfc 5/11
50 hp Johnson w/controls and
steering, runs great but stuck in
forward gear, $300 obo. Call 227-
2008 after 7:00 p.m. 2tc 5/11
Boat for Sale: take over payments at
First Union Bank. Call 229-6580 for
information. tfc 5/4
STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE.
White City, anytime, 827-2902.
tfc 5/4






2 bedroom, 1 bath mobile home, $200
deposit, $300 monthly, no utilities,
unfurnflshed, no pets. St Joe Beach.
Call 227-7372 evenings. 2tp 5/11
.One.bedroom apartment, $300 month
rent plus $200 deposit. Dogwood Ter-
race, 229-6314. tfc 5/4
For Rent or Sale: 10'x55' mobile
home with 10'x22' room addition and
8'x12' screened in porch. Call C.
McMillin, 904-763-8529. 2tc 5/4
For rent at Mexico Beach: Nice 2
bdrm., 1 1/2 bath. Remodeled, unfur-
nlshed 12' wide mobile home on nice
loL 4 blocks from beach. $250 month.
S200 damage, deposit. excellent for
one or '2'people. 'References required;-
Call after 6 p.m. 648-5162. 2tc 5/4


One bedroom apartment, 2 blocks
from beach on Beacon Hill. Reason-
able. 647-3331. tfc 5/4
New storage units on St. Joe Beach
behind the Gulf Sands Motel on
Americus St. 5x10's, 10xl0's, and
10x20's. Ask about our move-in spe-
cial. 227-7200. tfc 5/4
Two, bedroom trailer for rent, fur-
nished or unfurnished. No pets. Call
647-5106. tfc 5/4
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 5/4
The Phantry Hotel, Rooms Private
baths. Daily or weekly rates. 302 Reid
Ave. PortSt. Joe, 229-9000. tfc 5/4
Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tapper
Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable hous-
ing for the elderly and the handi-
capped.
Cen. h &a, laundry facilities, energy
efficient const., handicapped equip-
ped apts., available. Stove & refrig.
fum., fully carpeted, 1 bdrm., apts.,
on-site manager.
Equal Opportunity Housing Com-
plex. Rent is based on income.-
This complex is funded by the Farm-
ers Home Administration and man-
aged by Advisors Realty..
Call 229-6353 for more Information.
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
tfc 5/4
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-
portunity. tfc 5/4
Warehouses, small and large, some
with office, suitable for small busi-
ness, 229-6200. tfc 5/4

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. -
Call 227-5443 tf,


No need for wet carpets. Dry clean
them with HOST. Use rooms' right
away. Rent machine. St. Joe Furni-
ture, 227-1251. tfe 5/4
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 5/4
Mobile home lot on Stone Mill Creek
In Wewahltchka. 1 + acres. 904-856-
9207. 4tc 4/27





Now accepting applications for ware-
house. Apply in person at Carpet
Country. .ltc 5/11
Wellsprings Home Health is now ac-
cepting applications for RN's to cover
the Gulf/Franklin County area. 904-
653-8870 or 904-229-6636. ltc 5/11
Now taking applications, full and part
time. Express Lane, Inc., 702 Hwy.
98, Mexico Beach. 2tc 5/11
Top of the Gulf Restaurant needs ex-
perienced cook. Apply in person after
3 p.m. central time. 2tc 5/4
SALES OPENING: Must have FL Real
Estate License. Week end hours re-
quired. Contact Parker Realty of Mexi-
co Beach, 648-5777. tfc 5/4
Full time position, versatile person to
work with public. Computer experi-
ence a must. Light bookkeeping, ac-
counts payable, accounts receivable.
Some weekend work. Parker Realty,
Mexico Beach, 648-5777. tfc 5/4
LOOKING for mature individual to as-
sist Regional Vice President of Primer-,
lea Financial Services. Take charge
and manage a portion of our multi-
faceted business. We offer high com-
mission income potential;, flexible
hours, many other pluses. Could start
art time. For interview, call today.
48-8565. tfe 5/4


Experienced cook needed at Julie's on
Reid. Flexible hours. Apply in person
at 222 Reid Ave. tfc 5/4
POSTAL JOBS: $12.26/hr to start,
plus benefits. Carriers, sorters,
clerks, maintenance. For an applica-
tion and exam information, call 1-
800-819-5916, ext. 34, 9 am to 9 pm,
7 days. 3tp 5/11
Gulf County Assoc. for Retarded Citi-
zens is accepting applications 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 thru Thursday. Qualifi-
cations Is at lest an 8th grade educa-
tion. Additional information may be
obtained from the Association office
at 200 Peters St., Port St. Joe, or call
229-6327., Closing date May 19,
1995. ltc 5/11


Bookkeeper with strong general ledger
experience with a.p. and a.r. Experi-
ence preferred. Contact Alisa at 227-
1122.
Person needed to do bank reconcilia-
tions for local company. Prior banking
experience preferred. Contact Alisa at
227-1122.
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 5/4'

RN's and LPN's day or night shift
available. Apply in person, Bay St. Jo-
seph Care Center, 220 9th St, Port
St. Joe. tfc5/4
CNA's. needed for all shifts. Training
available. Apply in person at. Bay St.
Joseph Care 'Center, 220 Ninth St.,
Port St. Joe. tfe 5/4




Yard Sale, Saturday, May
13, 7 a.m. Huge indoor yard
sale w/car wash & bake sale
at Good Shepherd Luthern
School in Callaway, corner
Boat Race Rd. & Tyndall
Parkway. Everything from
toys & clothes to dishes, ap-
pliances & furniture. All pro-
ceeds go to our youth group.


Two-party yard sale. Clothes, tools,
lots of miscellaneous. 1613 Marvin
Ave. May 13th from 8-12. ltc 5/11
Yard Sale, Saturday, May 13, United
Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 8
a.m. 12 noon. Ite 5/11
Yard Sale: 2 families, Saturday, May
13, 8-12. Girls clothes size 4-7. Re-
frigerator like new, lots of misc. Cor-
ner of Santa Anna and Alabama Ave.,
St. Joe Beach. Itp 5/11
Yard Sale, on Bay St., Hwy.98, Friday
and Saturday, 8 to 4. 647-8926.
Yard Sale: 1619B Monument Ave.
Saturday, 8 a.m. Miscellaneous,
crafts and clothing, books. ltc 5/11
B & D 'Bargain Thrift Shop & Flea
Market open Monday through Satur-
day. Baby items, new and used, tools
and miscellaneous. 106 2nd Ave.,
Oak Grove. ltc-5/l1
Moving Sale, Saturday, 109 Pompano
St., H.V., 8 till. ltc5/11





FOUND: Reddish colored dog with col-
lar on beach, across from Lookout
Lounge. Call 827-7431. Itc 5/11






Beautiful day lilies. Red, cream, pink,
salmon, yellow and more. Perfect for
this climate. Jean Stebel, 6760 Hwy.
71, White City. 2tc 5/11
Four 14 cu. ft. refrigerators, used,
$150 each. Call 648-5757.
Pick-up topper, black bubble win-
dows, full size, short box, $100. 648-
8683. Itp 5/11
Refrigerator, frost-free, good cond.,
$75. 75 Airstream Trailer, 31', loaded,
air cond., tv., etc., first class, $7,500.
1/2 acre lot w/new septic tank,
$8,000. 648-4449. ltp 5/1 i
For the Collector: three old industrial
Betamax VCR's, models SC-5800,
SLO 260 and SLO 320 w/auto search
control. All need- some work. $75 for
all three. 227-3329. ltp 5/11


Vaccum cleaner, Regina Housekeeper
Ultra, 10.0 amp, onboard attach-
ments; like new, $45. China cabinet,
antique, curved glass doors and sides,
excellent condition, $495. 227-2063.
Twin bed, Simmons mattress founda-
tion, headboard, frame, mattress pad.
6 sets sheets, 1 set still in pkg., 1
blanket, 2 bedspreads, excel. cond.,
$100. Call 639-5320. 2tc 5/4
TV satellite system dish, Toshiba re-
ceiver, purchased 1993, with module.
Excellent condition. Call 334-702-
0852 after 6 p.m. 2tc 5/4
New electric skooter, pace saver, with
2 batteries and charger Cost new
$4.000, sell for $2,500. New Cozy Lei-
sure Matic adjustable bed, rolling
casters, massage unit, cost new
$1,300. sell for $800. More info. call
229-6858. 2tp 5/4
Western Auto Special. Computer spin
balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105.; tfc 5/4
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 TOO! 227-1105.
tfc 5/4
Mushroom Compost, $15 yard, any-
time, 648-5165. 8tc 4/27
Port St. Joe Western Auto now hon-
oring entire Panama City Western
Auto company store advertised sale
prices. 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc 5/4
FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
Postage and envelope supplied.
Send request to Bible Study, P. 0.
Box 758. Port St. Joe. FL 32456.
tfc 5/4

Spring Has Sprung at .
The Enchanted Cottage
PELICANS, SEAGULLS,
DUCKS, GEESE and
CHICKENS
Beautiful Bird Bath for
those Spring Time Birds'
Don't Miss It!
(2 miles north of light on Hwy.
71. from Wewa. Look for sign).


-.. 639-2708


fcl 3/30


TR ADE&SEVIE


Christian woman to do houseclean-
ing. Residential or commercial. Excel-
lent references available. Call day or
.,night, 227-7311 or 229-9091.
4tp 5/11

Will clean your home. Have referenc-
,'es. Call 229-6039. 2te 5/11


Daycare. Will do babysitting in my
home, week daps only. $1.25 per hour
'for one, $1.00 for two. Will give refer-
ences. Have large fenced in yard for
play. Call Debre at 229-8121.



STUTZMAN ROOFING
Specializing in Reroofs*
Single-ply & Repairs'
"Where quality is higher thanprice"
229-8631
2tfc 5/11




|St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
Small Edgine Repairs

Factory Warranty Center


Lawnmowers
.* ,Weedeafers s"-,
Tillers '
Chain saws I1
Generators '
Pumps '
Engine Sales |


S706 1st St.-St. Joe
r" 227-2112 I
I--- -I---


Surfslde Serenity Group, 1st United
Methodist Church: 22nd St., Mexico
Beach. Monday 7:30; Friday 7:30.
All times central. 647-8054.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Meeting: Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.
AL-ANON
Sunday 4:00 p.m. &
Thurs., 8:00 p.m.
Tues. & Thurs. meetings at 1st United
Methodist Church, PSJ
Sunday meetings at Big Barn
Flea Market

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


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

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


904-229-8161
Faye's Nail & N
Tanning Salon '
TOTAL NAIL CARE .
Certified Nail Technician -
1905 Long Ave., Port t. Joe
Wolff Tanning System Call for Appt.


,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

I.IC # RF0051042
FREE ESTI MATES RG 0051008
ER 0011618

JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
REMODEI.ING -'RES1I)ENTIAI. AN1D COMMIFC1AI.
INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SIE'WER I.INES
MINOR ELECTRICAL.
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 904/229-6821


'Piano Lessons, all ages/levels. Ex-
perienced teacher, $40/month. Mexi-
co Beach, 648-4592. tfc 5/4

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














CATHERINE L. COLLIER
Independent Sales Representative
21. AlIen Memorial Way Port St. Joe
(904) 229.6460



STUMP GRINDING
Average Stump. $10.00
1-800-628-8733
A-I Tree Service & Stump Grinding
Vickery Enterprises, Inc.
tfc 4/6

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


x-A-








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


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.r
Marlen Taylor, W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec.
pd. thru 95


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


ren'sVideo raphaIcs
CUSTOM PHOTOGRAPHY
for Any Occasion
Commercial Portrait Wedding.
For Details Call
KEN HORNE Photographer
229-8722 0t4/6


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 etc,
My Very Own Book
528 6th St. Phone 227-1636



BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers "
Weed Eaters '
&C* hain Saws i
Generators '
*Pumps
Tillers
S* Go-Karts
229-2727
328 Reid Ave.
Port St. Jd
I-


Spring Specials Four Seasons
Painting. Free estimates. Pressure
Washing, Painting, Re-Screening, Re-
pair Work. Call 648-5029.
Troy/built, Snapper, John Deere, Ku-
bota, S hl, Hsquarvna. Sales' and
Service. 1-800-834-6744.
thru 9/95

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 M
Lic. #5455 pd. Mar.


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


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 t4/6



BOB'S PAINT &
BODY SHOP
29 Continuous Years of
Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks
Body & Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Body Work
Call or See BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-7229
t(c 4/6


4A FOSTER TREEi &S
T STUMP REMOVAL

No Job Too Big....
.... Or Too Small
Jerry Foster FREE ESTIMATES *
Licensed & Insured 904/639-5368
Pd. thrn 12/







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 (904) 229-1065


Business and Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service


FRANK J. SEIFERT
Accounting and Income Tax Service
Telephone 410 Long Ave.

S(904) 0 "14/6 Port it. Jo, FIL 14


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PAGE 8B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1995




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The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sloners met on March 23, 1995 In special
session with the following members
present: Chairman Michael L. Hammond.
and Commissioners Nathan Peters, Jr.,
Warren J. Yeager, Jr., Jessie V. Armstrong.
Billy E. Traylor was absent.
Others present were: Deputy Clerk Dcbbe
Wibberg, Building Inspector Richard
Combs and Veterans' Service Officer Bo
Williams!
The meeting was called to order at 12:03
p.m., EP.T.
Chairman Michael L. Hammond opened the
meeting with prayer and led the pledge of
allegiance.
GUARDIAN INSURANCE
The Board discusSed a letter from Guardi- '
an Insurance, requesting that the Board
advance monies for'the County Employees
dental insurance coverage, so that the poli-
cy would go intb effect May 1, 1995. After
discussion; the Board agreed that they
would not advance any funds, and that the
deductions could begin in April and the
start-up date would have to be delayed.
ROAD DEPARTMENT DUMP TRUCK RE-
PAIRS
After discussion, .regarding the repairs of
the Road Department Dump Truck that
was involved in an accident on Highway 71,
Commissioner Peters motioned to table the
matter. Commissioner Annstrorig seconded
the motion and the motion passed unani-
mously. .
EASEMENT FOR FILL DIRT
'Upon motion by Commissioner Armstrong,
second by Commissioner Yeager, and
unanimous vote the Board approved an
easement for the removal of fill dirt be-
tween Gulf County and Matthew and Jac-
queline Gray.
There being, no further discussion and
upon motion by.Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by.Commissioner Yeager, and unani-
mous vote, the meeting did then adjourn at
12:15 p.m., E.S.T.
******.**********************.************"*

The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met on March 28, 1995 is regular
session with the following members
present: Chairman Michael L. Hammond
and Commissioner Warren J. Yeager, Jr.,
Billy E. Traylor, Nathan Peters, Jr. and Jes-
sie B. Armstrong.
Others present were: County Attorney Bar-
bara Sanders, Chief Deputy Clerk Doug
Birmingham, Deputy Clerk Debbe Wlbberg,
Chief Administrator. Don Butler, Adminis-
.trator R. Larry Wells. Building Inspector
Richard combs, Solid Waste. Director Joe
Danford, Mainttenance Superintendent Joe
:Bearden, Emergency Management/911. Co-
ordinator Marshall Nelson, Veterans' Ser-
vice Officer Bo Williams, Mosquito Control
Department Superinteentden Paul wood,
Road Department Superintendent Bob
Lesteriand Sheriff Frnk McKelthen.
The meeting was called to order at 6:05
p.m., EST.
Administrator' R., Larry Wells opened the
meeting with prayer and Chairman Michael
L. Hammond led the pledge of allegiance.
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF INTENT
TO ADOPT ORDINANCE AMENDING OR-
DINANCE 92-02 -
Pursuant to advertisement to hold a public
hearing for the fir-st reading to consider the
adoption of an Ordinance 95-03 amending
Ordinance 92-02, which provided for haz-
ardous waste management assessment, the
Board received no public comment. Copy of
ordinance is on file In Clerk's-office;
RECEIVE BIDS (#9495-27) 4 WHEEL
TRENCHER (WATER DEPARTMENT)
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
bids for a 4 Wheel Trencher, the Board re-
ceived the following bids: Vermeer Sales-
and Service S6.900.00 (used): Ditch Witch
of Mobile S23.150.00 ($10.000.00 re-
built).
The Board tabled these bids for further re-
view and recommendation by Chief Adnmin-
istrator Don Butler.
RECEIVE BIDS (#9495-28) 1995 ROAD
PAVING PROGRAM
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
bids for the 1995 Road Paving Program, the
Board received the following bids: Panhan-'
die Grading and Paving $622,146.00,
Florida Asphalt Paving Co. $573,602.98,
C.W. Roberts Contracting. Inc. ;-
$507,846.40.
The Board tabled these bids for further re-,
view and recommendation by Road Depart-
men Superintendent Bob Lester and
County Engineer Ralph Rish..

CONSENT AGENDA
Upon motion motion by Commissioner Armstrong,
second by Comnissioner Yeager, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved the
consent agenda.
Consent Agenda Items Approved: A. Min-
utes March 14, 1995 Regular Meeting;
B. Invoices a. Preble-Rish, Inc. Sauls
Creek- Road $6,000.00 (payment to be
made from FEMA funds); b. Preble-Rish,
Inc. Dalkeith Drainage Ditch $2,000.00
(payment to be made from Professional En-
gineering Ser.); c. Ketchum, Wood & Bur-
gert -. Medical Ex. Services .- $1,325.90
(payment to be made from medical examin-
er); d. S.M. Marley Monitor Well Elev. (Rd.
Dept.) $300.00 (payment to be made from
Professional Engineering Services).
PRISONER MEDICAL BILLS
Chief Deputy Clerk Birmingham presented
the following prisoner medical bills for the
Board's approval; Bay Radiology $20.00
(T. Russ) and Alpha Radiology $60.00 (R.
Bell and L. Beard). Commissioner Traylor
motioned to table the prisoner medical bills
because they are over 45 days old. Com-
missioner Yeager seconded the motion and
the motion passed unanimously. Chairman
Hammond stated that he would write a let-
ter to both agencies explaining the Board's
policy on payment of prisoner medical bills.
ADDENDUM TO CAFETERIA PLAN -
. GUARDIAN INSURANCE
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor,
second by Commissioner Yeager, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved an
addendum to the Coaunty's Cafeteria Plan
for Guardian Insurance, the County's den-
tal insurance carrier.
TRANSFER OF VAN CITY OF WEWA
Upon motion by Cbmmlssioner Armstrong,
second by Commissioner Yeager, and
unanimous-vote, the Board agreed to
transfer a van (#70-463) from the Mos,-Ulto ..
Control Department to the City of Wcesa-
from the minutes for December 13, 1994.
BOARD PAYMENT PROCEDURE
Commissioner Peters motioned to allow the
Clerk to pay all regular bills on April 11,
1995, per Resolution 91-11, even though
the Board rescheduled their first regular
meeting for April, on Tuesday, April 18,
1995. Commissioner Traylor seconded the
motion and the motion passed unanimous-
ly.
MEDICAL EXAMINER "JOHN DOE"
Administrator Wells noted that the uniden-
tified "John Doe" had been identified and
that his family would assume all burial ex-
penses.
RESOLUTION 95-08 COUNTY VOTING


ON EASTERN TIME
Administrator Wells noted that Representa-
tive Robert Trammell's office is awaiting a
determination from the Attorney General's
office regarding Resolution 95-08, which
concerns all of Gulf county voting on east-
ern time, and that it would probably not
make the current legislative session. After
discussion, Chairman Hammond stated
that it Is crucial that it is approved during
the current legislative session and that he
would personally contact the necessary
persons.


EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PREPARED-
NESS AND ASSISTANCE BASE GRANT
CONTRACT AMENDMENT
Upon request by Emergency Management
Director Wells, Commissioner Peters mo-
tioned to approved an amendment to the
Emergency Management Preparedness and
Assistance Base Grant Contract, with re-
gard to the installation and maintenance of
satellite communications equipment. Com-
missioner Yeager seconded the motion and
the motion passed unanimously.
FEMA SAULS CREEK ROAD SUPPLE-,
MENTAL DISASTER SURVEY REPORT
Emergency Management Director Wells
stated that FEMA would be writing a sup-
plement disaster survey report for the
Sauls Creek Road in Gulf County. He noted
that the County would receive an estimated
$60,000.00 to $65,000.00 in 'additional
funds for the Sauls Creek Road Project.,
EMERGENCY DISASTER ASSISTANCE -
FLOOD RELATED FUNDING
Emergency Management Director. Wells
noted a letter from EDA (Emergency Disas-
ter Assistance) regarding flood related fund-
ing for businesses that were impacted by
the 1994 flooding. He stated that anyone
needding assistance should contact him and
that he would direct them 'through the
proper procedures for funding through
Emergency,Disaster Assistance.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT CONFER-
.ENCE
Upon request by Emergency Management
Director R. Larry Wells, Commissioner
Yeager motioned to allow Mr. Wells to at-
tend a Hazardous Material Computer Soft-
ware Training Courses in Marianna, FL,
April 25-27, 1995. Commissioner Arm-
strong seconded the motion and the motion
passed unanimously.
DAMAGE SURVEY REPORTS
Upon request by Emergency Management
Director R. Larry Wells, Commissioner
Armstrong motioned to allow Linda Long to
work on the damage survey reports on an
"as needed" basis. Commissioner Traylor
seconded the motion and the motion
passed unanimously.. It was noted that'
payment would be made from the adminis-
trative funds 'of the Disaster Survey Re-
ports.
DIVISION- OF FORESTRY JEFF CUM-
MINS
Jeff Cummins, of'the Division of Forestry.
addressed the Board regarding the current
movement in the legislature to change
Chapter 589 of the Florida Statues, which
deals with the County Forestry services. He
stated that the proposed changes .deal with
the ,counties assuming a major portion of
the cost of'these services. Chairman Ham-
mond thanked Mr. Cummins for providing
this information o to the Board and stated.
that the "Board would contact Representa-
tive Robert Trammell and State Senator Pat
Thomas.' "'
LINDADANIELS
Ms. LindaDaniels requested that the-Board
request. that St. Joe Natural Gas relocate
the above ground gas regulator near Hwy.
71 and 386. After discussion, Chairman
Hammond explained that' the Board had
granted the permit to place the above
ground gas regulator at its present location
and would not request its removal from
that location.
SHIP PROGRAM INVOICE JULIAN
WEBB & ASSOCIATES
.Upon recommendation by Chief Adminis-
trator Don Butler. Commissioner Arm-
strong motioned to pay an invoice for Ju-
lian Webb and Associates, Inc., for
administrative services on the SHIP Pro-
gram. Commissioner Traylor seconded the
motion and the motion passed unanimous-
ly. It was noted that payment would be
made from the 1993-94 SHIP funds.
GULF COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN -
REVISED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT
BETWEEN GULF COUNTY AND DCA
Chief Administrator Don Butler noted that
a revised settlement agreement had been
met between the Department of Communi-
ty Affairs and Gulf County regarding
Amendment 93- I of the Gulf County Com-
prehensive Plan. He also noted that the
proper' owner had agreed with the settle-
ment agreement.
FLORIDA ,BEACH EROSION CONTROL
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM GRANT APPLI-
CATION .
Upon recommendation by Chief Adminis-
trator Don Butler, Commissioner Yeager
motioned to approve the grant application
for the "Stumphole" property in Cape San
Blas'to the Florida Department of Environ-
mental Protection in the amount of
$75,000.00 and to adopt Resolution 95-09,
requesting to approve a grant application
for the purpose of studying the "Stump-
hole" beach erosion problem, as part of the
application policy. Commissioner Traylor
seconded the motion and the 'motion
passed unanimously. It was noted that the
funds are available through the Florida
Beach Erosion Control Assistance Program
and that this is a matching grant, with the
State providing $75,000.00 and the county
providing $25,000.00 of in kind funds
($100,000.00 total). It was noted that the
funds would not be available until the
1996-97 fiscal year. A copy of resolution is-
on file in Clerk's office.
GULF COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
Chief Administrator Don Bttler noted that
the Gulf County Comprehensive Plan
Small-Scale Amendment (Ordinance 94-
14), had-been found in compliance with the
Department of Community Affairs..
LAW ENFORCEMENT GRANT SEMINAR
The Board noted that Renee Corley, Admin-
istrativec Assistance to Sheriff Frank
McKeithen, would be attending the Law En-
forcement Seminar on April 27, 1995, in.
Tallahassee at the National Guard Armory
Headquarters.
JANITORIAL POSITION
Chief Administrator Don Butler recom-
mended to the Board that it would be ad-
vantageous to the County to create aj anito-
rial position for the Gulf County
Courthouse and Old Gulf County Court-
house. After discussion, the Board stated
that It would be necessary to discuss the
matter with the Union.
REMOVAL OF DEAD ANIMALS
Chief Administrator Don, Butler reported
haft during normal weekly' office hours, the
Shenffs office would remove dead dogs
from the road, but that the Sheriffs office
.would not send anyone out after hours or
on the weekend. Chairman Hamriond stat-
ed that the Road Department and the Mos-
quito Control Department would remove all
larger animals (I.e. cows, horses).
BID #9495-27 4 WHEEL TRENCHER
(WATER DEPARTMENT)
Upon recommendation by Chief Adminis-
trator Don Butler, commissioner Yeager
motioned to table all bids received on bid
#9495-27 for a 4 wheel trencher for the
Water' Department. Commissioner Arm-
strong seconded the motion and the motion
passed unanimously.
COUNTY ROADS
Chief Administrator Don Butler stated that
he and the Road Department Superinten-
dent Bob Lester had received requested to
cut the asphalt roads but that it had al-


ways been the Board's policy not to cut the
asphalt, but only to allow boring or jacking
under the asphalt. The Board agreed.
BOARD POLICY
Chairman Hammond stated to include as
part of the Board's policy the following: No
agency would be allowed to cut into the as-
phalt roads but only "bore" or "jack" under
the asphalt.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE/BUDGET
AMENDMENT
Chairman Hammond passed the chair to
Acting Vice-Chairman Peters and motioned
to give the Chamber of Commerce


$2,000.00 for payment of legal services to
challenge Constitutional Amendment #3,
by amending the 1994-95 General Fund by
reducing Reserve for Contingencies
$2,000.00 and increasing Other Current
Charges and Obligations $2,000.00. Com-
missioner Yeager seconded the motion-and
the motion passed unanimously. It was
noted that other surrounding counties had
also made contributions. Acting Chairman
Peters returned the chair to Chairman
Hammond.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WORKSHOP
- APRIL 18, 1995
Tamara Laine of the Chamber of Commerce
requested a workshop between herself and
the Board regarding incentives for future
business prospects in Gulf County. Chair-
man Hammond called a workshop, Tues-
day, April 18, 1995 at 5:00 p.m., EDT.
RECYCLING AND EDUCATION GRANT -
CONTRACT BETWEEN GULF COUNTY
AND CHARLIE COLE
Upon request by Solid Waste Director Joe
Danford, Commissioner Peters motioned to
contract with Charlie Cole of We\eahitchka
for three (3) demonstrations of his recycling
science project at a cost of $650.00 for
each demonstration, with CounrN Attorney
Sanders drafting the contract. It was noted
that payment would be made from the Re-
cycling and Education Grant and that It
had been 'approved by .the Department of
Environmental Protection. It was noted
that the demonstrations would be given to
the Board of County Commissioners, Port,
St. Joe Science Club and Wewahitchka Ele-
mentary School.
ROAD DEPARTMENT SOIL CONTAMI-
NATION
Solid Waste Director Joe Danford dis-
cussed. the soil contamination project at
the Gulf County Road Department and not-
ed that he is still working on the soil as-
sessment report..
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION BUCKHORN AND 5
POINTS LANDFILL
Solid Waste Director Danford discussed his
meeting with the Department of Environ-
mental Protection regarding the erosion
control problem at the Buckhorn and 5
Points Landfills. He stated that DEP re-
quested continued control of the erosion
problem at both landfills.
5 POINTS LANDFILL SPOTTER FOR
HAZARDOUS WASTE
The Board discussed having a "spotter" for
hazardous waste at the 5 Points Landfill.
.Chairman Hammond discussed waiting un-
til the next budget year to create this posi-
tion. Commissioner Traylor discussed-the
immediate need for a "spotter" at the land-
fill and that the Board must do something
about the situation. Commissioner Yeager
stated that he agreed with Commissioner
Traylor but would like to wait unitl the next
budget year. The Board took no action.'
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS, WELL MONI-
TORING
Upon request by Solid Waste Director Dan-
ford, Commissioner Yeager motioned to ad-
vertise' for bids for the'well monitoring,
sampling and analysis of the, Gulf County
Landfills. Commissioner Peters seconded
the' motion and the motion passed unati-
mously. Chairman Hammond requested
that'Mr. Danford provide'the bid specifica-
tions to the Clerk's office.
SHIP PROGRAM
SHIP Administrator Bo Williams noted a
letter that he had written to Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Mercer regarding their ineligibility
for SHIP funds for downpayment assis-
tance.
VETERANS' SERVICE OFFICE PROCLA-
MATION ,
Upon request by Veterans' Service Officer
Bo Williams, Commissioner Peters mo-
tioned to approve the following proclama.
tion acknowledging the 50th anniversary of
Senate Bill No. 170. Commissioner Yeager
seconded the motion and the motion-
passed unanimously.
PROCLAMATION
Whereas, American men and women
have served our country and 'our county by
defending our freedoms and liberties while
servicing in the Armed Forces of the United
States; and
Whereas, it is appropriate that the
brave, patriotic citizens deserving not only
of grateful recognition, but of government
benefits and entitlement as well; and
Whereas, the State of Florida author-
ized the Board of County Commissioners to
aid and. assist honorably discharged vete-
rans of any war and their dependents with
the passage of Senate Bill No, 170 on June
11, 1945; and,
Whereas, Gulf County established a
County Veterans Service Office on February
5, 1946, to assist all former, present and
future members of the Armed Forces of the
United States and their dependents In pre-
paring claims for compensation, pension.
vocational training, educational and other
benefits and privileges to which they are
entitled under state and federal regulations
and laws; and,
Whereas, since the establishment of
the County Veterans Service Office the fol-
lowing Service Officers have served our vet-
erans an'd their families with compassion
and'underst.nding:
Willllam H. Linton (February 5, 1946 April
1, 1959), Henry F. Ayers (April 1, 1959 -
June 1, 1959), Rev. JC J. Hill (June 23,
1959 March 15, 1964), Albert T. Thames
(March 15, 1964 July 15, 1978), Fred J.
Kleeb, Jr. (August 8, 1978 September 14,
1982), James W. Sealey, Jr. (November 15,
1982 November-6, 1992), Daniel L. Clif-
ford (November 6, 1992 November 12,
1993), and W. R. "Bo" Williams (November
14,1993-
Now, Therefore, Be It Proclaimed
that the Board of County CountyCommissioners of
Gulf County, Florida, hereby commends
the Gulf County Veterans Service Office for
the over 49 years of distinguished service
to our county veterans and their families.
FIRE SAFETY INSPECTION GULF
COUNTY COURTHOUSE
Maintenance Superintendent Joe Bearden
discussed the recent fire safety Inspection
that was conducted at the Gulf" County
Courthouse by the County Fire Marshall:
He stated that It would be necessary to
purchase additional fire extinguishers and
emergency backup lighting and that he had
(60) sixty days to be in compliance with the
inspection. D
The meeting recessed at 7:10 p.m., EST,
The meeting reconvened at 7:44 p~m., EST.
AWARD BID.#9495-28 1995 ROAD PAV-
ING PROGRAM
Upon recommendation by County Engineer
Ralph Rish, Commissioner Traylor mo-
tioned to accept the "low" bid of
$507,846.40, from C. W. Roberts, Inc., with
the stipulation that each district has only
$70,000.00 ($350,000.00 total) to spend for
road paving and that each Commissioner.
meet with the County Engineer to revise
their list of roads to be paved. Commission-
er Armstrong seconded the motion and the
motion passed unanimously. It was noted
that payment for the 1995 road paving pro-
gram would be made from Secondary Road
and Bridge and that the engineering fees
are In excess of the $350,000.00.
ROAD PAVING ADDENDUM (DOC WHIT-


FIELD ROAD)
Upon motion by Commissioner Armstrong,
second by Commissioner Traylor, and
unanimous vote, the Board agreed to table
the addendum to the 1995 road paving pro-
gram bid specifications, the addendum was
for the paving of Doc Whitfield Road.
VICTORIA AVENUE BRIDGE CHANGE
ORDER (SOUTHEASTERN MECHANICAL)
Commissioner Traylor motioned to approve
a change order from Southeastern Mechan-
ical for the Victoria Avenue Bridge (Bid
#9495-09) as follows: Southeastern Me-


chanical would provide a $1,000.00 of ad-
ditional concrete work on the approach
slabs and that the Road Department would
do three (3) hours of slope work. Commis-
sioner Armstrong seconded the motion and
the motion passed unanimously."
INVOICE SOUTHEASTERN MECHANI-
CAL (STONE MILL CREEK BRIDGE)
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor,
second by Commissioner Armstrong, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved an in-
voice from Southeastern Mechanical in the
amount of $3,499.00 for the Stone Mill
Creek Bridge (bid #9495-08). It was noted
that payment would be made from Secon-
dary Road and Bridge.
INVOICE SOUTHEASTERN MECHANI-
CAL (VICTORIA AVENUE BRIDGE)
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor,
second by Commissioner Yeager, and
unanimous vote, the Board agreed to pay
an Invoice from Southeastern Mechanical
In the amount of $24,022.00 for the Victor-
ia Avenue Bridge (#9495-09), contingent
upon the County Engineer's final inspec-
tion. It was noted that payment would be
made from Secondary Road and Bridge.
INVOICE AND CHANGE ORDER C. W.
ROBERTS CONTRACTING, INC. (SAULS
CREEK ROAD PROJECT)
County Engineer Rish recommended that
the Board approve an invoice in the
amount of $167,721.66 from C. W. Roberts
Contracting Inc. for the Sauls Creek Road
Project. He also recommended approval, of a
change order, from C. W. Roberts Contract-
ing, Inc., thncreasing the contract by
$32,067.40, for the additional hauling of
5,000 yards of dirt, beyond the engineering
estimate of 25,000 yards (FEMA estimated
30,000 yards), from the original contract
bid amount of $298,450.00 to the current
amount of $330,517.40. After discussion,
Commissioner Traylor motioned to approve
County Engineer's 'recommendation to pay
the invoice in the amount of W167.721.66
and a change order in the amount pf.
$32,067.40 ,from C. W. Roberts Contract-
ing, Inc. for the Sauls Creek Road Project,
contingent upon Administrator Wells and
County Engineer Rish reviewing the origi-
nal figures from FEMA.' Commissioner Arm-
strong seconded the motion and the motion
passed unanimously. It was noted' that
payment would be made from FEMA funds.
CHANGE ORDER C. W. ROBERTS CON-
TRACTING, INC. (SAULS CREEK ROAD
PROJECT)
Upon motion by Commissioner Armstrong,
second by Commissioner Yeager, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved a
change order to delete $6,000.00 from the
contract amount of $330,517.40 for the
Sauls Creek Road Project and have the
Gulf County Road Department replace the
concrete bags with rubble around the cul-
.. verts on the Sauls Creek Road.
INVOICE PREBLE-RISH. INC. (SOIL
CONTAMINATION PROJECT, GULF
COUNTY ROAD DEPT.)
Upon motion by Commissioner Armstrong,
second by Commissioner Traylor, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved an in-
voice from Preble-Rish, Inc. for engineering
and surveying services in the amount of
$500.00 for the soil contamination project
at the Gulf County Road Department.
'EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT/911 COOR-
DINATOR STREET NAMES
Upon request by Emergency Management/
911 Coordinator Marshall Nelson, Commis-
sioner Armstrong motioned to approve the
following street names. Commissioner Tray-
lor seconded the motion and the motion
passed unanimously.
STOKES SUBDIVISION Map #109c aban-
don Trails End Lane
NORTH HIGHWAY 71 No Name #2 (map
#91) to Timberlane Road
HONEYVILLE No Name #3 (map 95d) to
Woodpark Drive
No Name Roads on Map 114b
Gladestone Lane; Woodmere Drive; Ridge
Road; and Canople Road
OAK GROVE Hunter Street (map 51a) to
MeKinnon Street; Second Avenue (map
51a) to Oak Grove Avenue
INDIAN PASS No Name ti (map 90c) to
Red Bird Lane o n ,
INDUSTRIAL ROAD No Name #1 (map
49d) to Premier Drive
GULF FARMS Armstrong. Road (map
I 15b to Farm Road
HOWARDS CREEK Chestnut Avenue
(map 156a),to Magnolia Avenue
OVERSTREET No Name #2 (map 42) to
Pinelog Road
HIGHWAY 22 WEST OF WEWAHITCHKA
-' Burley Parker Road (map 75) to Burley
Drive
No Name Roads on May 93c
Past Time Drive and Methodist Hill Street
EMERGENCY MEDICAL DISPATCH
TRAINING
Upon request by Emergency Management/
91 Coordinator Marshall Nelson. Commis-
sloner Peters motioned to proceed'with the
Emergency Medical Dispatch Training in
July or August of 1995 for the 911 dis-
patch operators. Commissioner Armstrong
seconded the motion and the motion
passed unanimously. It was. noted that
payment would be made from grant funds.
ROAD DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEE WIL-
LIE BASS
Upon request by Road Department Super-
intendent Bob Lester, County Attorney
Sanders stated that she did not have the
Information he requested regarding Road
Department Employee Willie Bass.
RESOLUTION 95-10 ABANDONING 30'
OF RIGHT-OF-WAY IN OAK GROVE SUB-
DIVISION
Chairman Hammond passed the chair to
Acting Vice-Chairman Peters. Upon motion
by Commissioner Yeager, second by Com-
missioner Armstrong, and unanimous vote,
the Board adopted .the Resolution No. 95-
10 stating that in the best interest of the
county that this road be abandoned and
closed. A copy of resolution Is on file in the
Clerk's office.
WORKER'S COMPENSATION SETTLE-
MENT VINCE TAYLOR
County Attorney Barbara Sanders stated
that she had received a settlement notice
regarding the Workers Compensation set-
tlement agreement for Mosquito Control
Department Employee, V nce Taylor. After
discussion, Administrator Wells stated that
Mr. Taylor Is still listed as an employee but
does not receive any benefits. Commission-
er Armstrong motioned to sever all employ-
ment ties with Mosquito Control Depart-
ment Employee, Vince Taylor, contingent
upon the Judge signing the settlement no-
tice agreement for the worker's compensa-
tion claim on behalf of Vince Taylor. Com-
missioner Traylor seconded the motion and
the motion passed unanimously. County
Attorney Sanders noted that the agreement
releases Mr. Taylor from any and all future
medical or compensation claims against
the County.
GULF COUNTY ENCROACHMENT ]VARI-
ANCE AGREEMENT BETWEEN GULF
COUNTY AND J. MORRIS
County Attorney Sanders presented an en-
croachment / variance agreement between
Gulf County and Mr. and Mrs. James Mor-


ris of Beacon Hill. Ms. Sanders stated that
the agreement allows the encroachment of
Mr. and Mrs; Morris's home on the county
right of way on Friar Lane in Beacon Hill. It
was noted that this agreement had been
approved by the Board on February 28,
1995.
INVOICE DR. STEPHEN GROSS (PRIS-
ONER MEDICAL BILL)
County Attorney Sanders stated that she
had been contacted by Dr. Stephen Gross's
office regarding payment for a prisoner
medical bill that had been tabled by the
Board on March 14, 1995. Chairman Ham-
'mond stated that he had also been contact-


ed by Dr. Gross's office. The Board took no
action.
SEASONAL MOSQUITO SPRAYERS
Upon recommendation by Mosquito Control
Department Superintendent Paul Wood,
Commissioner Peters motioned to hire Peg-
gy Jo Miller and Roy Causey, Jr., as sea-
sonal mosquito sprayers. Commissioner
Traylor seconded the motion and the mo-
tion passed unanimously.
SHERIFF'S SEARCH AND RESCUE UNIT -
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS/ BUDGET
AMENDMENT
Mr. Vince Everett, communications officer
6f the Sheriffs Search and Rescue Unit, re-
quested the Board's assistance in purchas-
ing (10) ten UHF radios and a mobile re-
peater- for the unit. After discussion,
Commissioner Traylor motioned to adver-
tise for bids to purchase (10) ten UHF radi-
os and a mobile repeater for the Search
and Rescue Unit and to amend the 1994-
95 General Fund by reducing Reserve for
Contingencies $2,000.00 and increasing
Search and Rescue Equipment $2,000.00.
Commissioner Peters seconded the'motion
and the motion passed unanimously.
JANITORIAL POSITION FOR GULF
COUNTY COURTHOUSE AND OLD GULF
COUNTY COURTHOUSE
Commissioner Traylor inquired about the
Union procedures to create a Job classlflca-'
tion for a Janitorial position. After discus-
sion by Administrator Wells, the Board
stated that they would table this matter.'-
LETTER PROPOSED LEGISLATION -
ENDOWNMENT OF THE ARTS
Commissioner Traylor requested that a let-
ter be sent to U. S. Representative Pete Pe-
terson, Senators Connie Mack and Bob
Graham, opposing the National Endown-
ment of the Arts proposed legislation.
Chairman Hammond directed Admihistra-
tor Wells to write the letter. ;
LETTER PROPOSED LEGISLATION AF-
FIRMATIVE ACTION
Commissioner Traylor requested that a let-
ter be sent to U. S. Representative Pete Pe-
tersbn opposing affirmative action. After
discussion, Commissioner Traylor stated
that he would write a letter on his own.
ROAD PAVING
Commissioner Peters discussed the availa-
ble funds when the 1979 Bond issue is
paid off. He stated that there are several
areas within the County that are in need of


paving such as Industrial Road, Howards
Creek road and C-30E and, that the Board,
needs to review the situation.
SEASONAL MOSQUITO SPRAYERS
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Armstrong, and
unanimous vote, the Board agreed that the
seasonal mosquito sprayer position is a
temporary part-time position, with a start-
ing salary of $6.00 per hour. It was noted
that this position would not receive any
benefits.
COUNTY STAFF MEETING MARCH 31,
1995
Chairman Hammond requested that. all de-
partment heads meet with him on Friday,
March 31,' 1995 at 10:00 a.m., EST, in the
County Commissioners' Meeting Room, to
discuss their individual budgets.
RESOLUTION 95-11 OVERSTREET
BOAT RAMP
Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager, see-.
ond by Commissioner Peters, the Board
adopted the following resolution accepting
a, quit-claim deed being transferred from
the Department of Transportation to the
Board for the placement of a boat ramp in
Ovcrstreet. A copy of the resolution is on
flle in Clerk's office.
BOAT RAMPS
Commissioner Traylor stated that the
County needed to have complete control
over all of the boat ramps in the county
and perhaps the Board may consider
charging a user fee at the boating facilities.
He stated that the fees could be used to as-
sist in the maintenance of the facilities.
Chairman Hammond and Commissioner
Traylor stated that the facilities are used by
more out-of-county residents- than Gulf
County residents. Commissioner Traylor re-
quested that a letter be sent to Mr. Norman
Young of the Florida Game and Fresh Wa-
ter, Fish Commission requesting that they
give Gulf County complete control over the
boat ramps.
COUNTY WIDE VOTING
Chairman Hammond requested that
County Attorney Sanders report to the
Board about County Wide voting at their
next regular meeting on April 18, 1995.
There being no further business, and upon
motion by Commissioner Yeager, second by
Commissioner.Armstrong, and unanimous
vote, the meeting did then adjourn at 8:43
p.m., EST.


Personal Property Taxes


Notice-

Pursuant to Chapter 197.402, Florida Statutes, notice is hereby
given that the Personal Property Taxes assessed for the year 1994
are now delinquent and such taxes are now drawing Interest at the
rate of 18 percent per year. Unless the amount set opposite each
name below is paid, warrants will be issued thereon pursuant to
Chapter 197.413, Florida Statutes, and the Tax Collector will apply
to the Circuit Court for an order directing levy upon and seizure of
the Personal Property of the taxpayer for unpaid taxes.

EDA RUTH TAYLOR
TAX COLLECTOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


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P-0003600 $33.32
BELL'S SUPPLY CENTER
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P-0004300 $S0.16
BOYD'S. AUTOMOTIVE

00052-025
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CAP'N JACK'S
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CHIP'S QUALITY HEATING &

OOOSES-400
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COLORAMA DESIGNS
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CYPRESS CREEK CENTER
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TYREE'S RESTAURANT
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HARDEES OF PORT ST. JOE

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JOHN F CULLEN CONST. CO.

00190-000
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SOLLIE'S MUSIC CO.

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SOLLIE'S MUSIC CO

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Notice of Tax

Certificate

Sale
Pursuant to Chapter
197.402, Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that
on the 26th day of May,
1995, at 9:30 a.m. Eastern
Daylight Time, Tax Sale Cer-
tificates will be sold on the
following described lands to
pay the amount due for the
taxes herein set opposite the
same, together with all cots
of such sale and all advertis-
ing. Sale will be held at the
Gulf County Courthouse,
County Commission Meeting.
Room, .10000, Fifth Street,
Port St. Joe, County ,of Gulf;
State of Florida.



EDA RUTH TAYLOR
TAX COLLECTOR
GULF COUNTY, FLOMDA


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SALGUEIRO DEBORAH L,
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) A 60 X 130 FT.
LOT ORB 7/11'10
MAP #I56AA
0Oi31--006M
4 R-0017900 S 41.i4
GASKIN PHILLIP RUDY JR.
S 6 T 6 R 9 640 ACRES i/4
INT. OGM ALL SECTION

00135-0OOR
5 R-0018500 '. 82.94
DYKES CAROL
S S T 7 R 8 .JHITFTELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) LESS SR 387 R/W
ORB 171/848 FR SAPP
MAP #ti56A
0087-00R
6 R-0028000 ., '375.28
GORMAN W. CARSON-.
S E T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD (UNRECORDED) PART OF LOT
4 BEING 90 BY .10 FT. ORB
77./469
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
00193-000R
7 R-00-8800 S74.09
GO M'4r WILLIAl 'S "
S E T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD 4CRES
SUBD. (UNRECORDED) W 7.E FT. OF
LOT 5 REC'D ORB i47/505 FR.
GORMAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL:SEE TAX ROLL)
00223-OOOR '
8 R-0033E500 S49
WALDING 0.C.
WHITFIELD ACRES .AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOT 12 ORB 103/iO05 FR
SCOTT
(FOR FURTHER. LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
00248-OOOR .
9 R-00u371 ). 332.07
CLARK JAMES W SHERRY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOT 6 ORB 114/623 FR
RUSSELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00326-0OOR
10 R-OO0051800 S98.99
MIXON LANNY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD .
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1. PG
59 LOTS 121 13 ) 14 ORB 156/
464-465 FR MIXON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00334-009R
11 R-OO53600 ..5371.10
STRICKLAND DANIEL 8:. BETTY S
S S T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) E/2-OF LOT 6*
UNREC. AA FR DAVIS
MAP 156 A
BLK 1

00334-076R
12 R-058800 5E32,13
LEE BILLY G0.ET AL
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4 ORB 57/731 *
MAP 1E56 A
BLK 7


00334-078R
13 R-0058900
LEE BILLY G. ET UX
5 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD
(UNRECORDED) LOT 5
MAP # 156 A


86.82

CREEK PROP
ORB 87/499
BLK 7


00334-237R
14 R-0063000 S90.97
MORRISON J D & DOROTHY LEE
HOWARD CREEK PROP. NO.'2
UNRECORD LOT 17
ORB 164/527 FR MARSHALL
MAP# 156D
BLK B

00334-253R
I5 R-0063400 380.87
SKIPPER'S CHOICE INC
HOWARD CREEK PROP. NO. 2
UNRECORD LOT 3 ORB 151/73
FR POWELL
MAP# 156C
BLK C

00334-E35R
16 R-0065600 $263.61
LAMBERT GEORGE 8: CELENA J
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT
NO. 3 UNRECORDED LOT 7
ORB 153/443 FR LAMBERT
MAP# 1E6C
BLK D

00334-4E5R
17 R-0065800 5121.01
LAMBERT JOHN E
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT
NO, 3 UNRECORDED LOT 9
ORB 153/44- FR LAMBERT LESS
ORB 153/882 TO GILLMAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


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00334-SSOR
18 R-0065900 S487.36
RILEY MICHAEL C. 8: MARY DIANN
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNIT NO. 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 10 ORB 136/952 FR RILEY
MAP# 156C
BLK D

00334-575R
19 R-0066400 S90.97
OLTZ FRED E & SANDRA
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT
NO. 3 UNRECORDED LOT 5
ORB 160/559 GC FR LYNN
MAP# 156D
BLK E

00334-580R
20 R-0066500 5180.16
GILLMAN JEFF
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT
NO. 3 LOT 4 ORB 153/882 FR
LYNN
MAP# 156D
BLK E

00334-670R
21 R-0067600 5128.52
BECK TEDDY M & JANICE H
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNTIT
NO. 4 LOT 11 UNRECORDED
ORB 146/242 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

00335-001R
22 R-0069200 5236.01
ARTHUR MARK 8: RUTH
S 5 T 7 R 8 .283 AC M/L, 130 X
95 FT LOT ON SR 387 ORB 89/12
FR GOLDEN
MAP #156A

00335-003R
23 R-0069400 567.10
WHITFIELD LANDING INC.
S 5 T 7 R 8
ALL SWi/4 OF SECT. LESS
SOLD ORB 129/815-17 FR HILL
MAP#



00335-OSOR
24 R-0069600 51)493.67
WHITFIELD LANDING INC.
S 5 T 7 R 8 1.93 AC M/L
438.98 X 200 FT PARCEL
ORB 129/815-17 FR HILL
MAP# 156A "

00338-080R
25 R-0071000 $90.97
JONES JOE Z
S 5 T 7 R 8 .E AC M/L HOWARD'
CREEK PROPERTIES UNREC. LOT ,7
ORB 168/964 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-216R
26 R-0074600 590.97
CHRISTENSON THOMAS L

HOWARD .CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 8 ORB 1-6/664 FR GULF.CO.
FARMS INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-260R
27 R-0076300 HX 5477.67
MAULDEN BILLY E
S6T7R8 .
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOTS 29, 30 3i. ORB 154/197 FR
MARSHALL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
00360-328R
28 R-0078700 5143.53
MAULDEN BILLY E
56 T7 R8
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
.TRACT "E", ORB. 144/553 FR GULF
CO FARMS INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-730R ..
29 R-0082800 5264.39
CAMPBELL RICHARD A & DEBRA D
S 6 T 7 R 8 2 AC M/L
HOWARD GREEK PROPERTIES
LOTS 47, 48, 49) 50
ORB 170/806 FR GULF CO. FARMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00383-300R "
30 R-0096400 ,5267.39
SMILEY DONALD S
S 8 T 7 R 8 5 ,C M/L
BEOMG FARM -SA ORB 167/77 FR
FLEMING LAND CO. & 3 AC IN
FARM#5 ORB 167/299 FR FLEMING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX.ROLL)

00383-350R
31 R-0086500 5272.62
CHRISTENSON THOMAS
S 8 T 7 R 8 4.3 AC M/L
BEING TRACT i8 REC)D ORB 172/
901 FR FLEMING LAND CO.
MAP# 156D

00387-OOOR
3- R-0087000 528.21
MIXON LkNNY ET AL
S 20 T 7 R 8 1 ACRE REC'D.
ORB 156/461-463 FR MIXON
MAP #157

00416-OOOR
33 R-0092100 290.99
GUILFORD JERRY L .& JANICE F
S 31 T 3 R,9 1 AC REC'D
ORB 150/435'FR TAYLOR.
MAP# 109C

00419-000R
34 .R-0092400 HX 5788.92
DILL JOHN C. MRS.
S 31 T 3 R 9 5 AC LAND DESC
IN ORB 50/80 FR HALEY & ORB
50/82 FR THOMAS & LESS ORB
83/618 TO SHEALY & LESS ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 'TAX ROLL)

00456-001R
35 R-0096600 538.99
SYFRETT RAYMOND 8: ANN S,
S 6 T4 R 9 li AC M/L REC'D.
ORB 60/662 FR EASTERLING
BEING PARCEL "A" &,PARCEL
"A-l" ORB 62/186 & A PORTION
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00456-010R
36 R-0097300 5699.07
WEBB SUSAN REDMOND ET AL
S 7 T 4 R 9 PARCEL "H") i
,"H-I") "H-2" & A 638 X 50 FT
LOT N OF PARCEL "H" ORB
60/854 & ORB 62/1050 & 1051
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'

00493-000R /
37 R-0102600 5,44.47
MULLIS JERRY ARTHUR & JOANN
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35 LOT 1
MAP #127: OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK
BLK 3


00495-OOOR
38 R-0102800 526.23
JOHNSON SCOTT HOWARD
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35 N/2 OF
LOT 2 ORB 146/419 FR JOHNSON
MAP #127C
BLK 3

00496-OOOR
39 R-0102900 583.09
GARNER JOHN W & SANDRA F
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35 LOT 3 ORB
106/318 FR GIBSON
RLK 3


00509-000R
40 R-0113400 5481.37
BROWDER L.E. ET AL
S 19 T 4 R 9 TRIANGULAR
SHAPED PARCEL 200 FT ON
CHIPOLA RIVER 8: 200 FT ON
CHIPOLA RIVER CUT-OFF ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)





005i7-00iR .
41 R-0116600 5213.89
HILL WILLIAM L SR
S 16 T 4 R 9 A 105 X 210 FT
LOT FR GASKIN ORB 148/450-452
FR YORK ET AL,
MAP# 128B

00523-00OR
42 R-0117100 5$443.82
CARTER JOHN W. 8: CHRISTINE
CHIPOLA CUTOFF ADDITION TO
IOLA LOT 3 PB 2 PG 21 ORB
11i/706 FR POWELL
MAP# iti A .
A BLK 1'

00539-105R
43 R-0119500' S69.45
SIMMONS TOMMY R..
CHIPOLA CUT-OFF ADDITION TO
IOLA
LOTS I BLK 3 & LOTS 2,4 ,BLK 4:
ORB 131/293 FR SIMMONS
MAP# 1iiA.

00574-000R
44' R-0125400 S392.1i
BORDERS VALERIA. HEIRS OF
5 30 T 4 R 9 1.92 AC BEG AT
NEC OF NW/4 OF NW/4; RUN S 9 .
CHS, THW 2.22 CHS) TH N.9
CHS5 TH E 2.22 CHS TO POB,)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00585-4OOR'
45 R-0128100 $323.62
CULVERHOUSE JAMES S5
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO, I LOT 8 ORB 123/761 FR
HOBBS
MAP# i12B
BLK C.

00600-OOOR
46 R-0130i00 527.72
PARKER CHARLIE M & FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 5
ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 1128
BLK F

00601-O00OR
47 -" R-0'30200 527.72
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. I LOT 6
ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 112B
: BLK F

00602-00OR
48 R-0130300 S27.72
PARKER CHARLIE M & FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBS. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 7
ORB 145/7il FR PARKER
:MAP# li28
St BLK F

D0603-OOOR
*9 R-0130400 527.72
PARKER CHARLIE M 8-FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 8
ORB 145/711 FR PARKER'
MAP#t 1128
BLK F

O0604-OOOR
50 R-0130500 S7.72
PARKER CHARLIE MI: FRANCES C .'
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDi UNIT" --
NO. I LOT 9
ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 1128
BLK F

006618-080R
Si R-0134800 5233.29
ALLISON LARRY J.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 2 :& .98 AC LYING SE
OF SAID LOT;- BEING 1.5' AC M/L
ORB 89/64.3 FR YATES MAP ,#12B
BLK I

00621-06OR
52 '- R-0137300 S6006
MC DANIEL B. J. '
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT IS ORB ii8/1040 CD
FR. DUREN
MAP# i1128
BLK K

00621-070R
53 R-0137400 560.06
MC DANIEL B. J._
RED. BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 19 ORB 118/1040 CD
FR DUREN
MAP# 1128
BLK K

00622-020R
5,4 R-0137700 563.51
FUSELIER' DONNA E.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT,
NO.. 2 LOT 24 ORB 81/917
MAP #1120
BLK K

00623-00R ,
55 R-0138600 .5221.59
HALL LARRY
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 9 ORB 143/359 FR
HALL
MAP #li2B
.. BLK L'

00623-080R
56 .R-0139000 5304.46
WOODHAM EVELYN W
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 13 ORB 141/907 FR
SHERROD
MAP #l12B
.BLK L

00626-050R
57 R-0140800 564.86
ALEXANDER CYNTHIA S.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 1ii ORB 81/520 8: ORB
140/188 FR ALEXANDER
MAP# 112B
r D1LK M


00629-OOOR
58 R-0143100
STRICKLAND FRANK
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 4
MAP# 112B


00629-080R
59 R-0143600
PICKRON SHARLOTTE
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.
NO. 2 LOT 12 & 16 ORB
OC FR ARMSTRONG
MAP# 1i12


B




UNIT
172/

B


0063i-020R
60 R-0144300
BOWEN NANCY
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN:
NO. 2 LOT i ORB 162/175 F
PORTER
MAP #1il2


563.51




LK N


107,98


975


LK N'


00634-030R
61 R-0146400
SUGGS MACK C,
RED BULL ISLAND 5UBD.
NO. 2 LOT 9
MAP #ii2B


00634-040R
62 R-0146500
SUGGS MACK C.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.
NO. 2 LOT 0 '
MAP #1228


00634-05OR
63 R-0146600
SUGGS LEE R. 8: FRANCE
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD,
NO. 2 LOT 10 A, 10 B>
ORB 102/53 FR SUGGS
MAP# 112B


00640-OOER
64 R-0148900 )
MYERS CHRISTA
RED. BULL ISLAND UNIT
LOT 4 ORB 133/563-65,
MAP # '112B


-00640-006R
65 R-0149000
MYERS TIMOTHY
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT
LOT 5 ORB- 133/560-62
MAP #112B


00640-083R
66 R-0152900
GRAY HENRY JR :ET AL
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT
LOT 4
MAP #ii2B


00640-084R
67 R-0153000
GRAY HENRY JR. ET AL
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT
LOT 5 ':
MAP #1ii2B .


00640-085R
68 R-0153100
TADLOCK DONNA
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT
LOT 2 ORB 125/980-1i
OF HENRY FORD HEWETT
MAP# 112B

00640-086R.
69 R-0153200
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FR
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT
LOT 6
ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 1128'


00640-122R
70 R-0i53900
ALLEN LEONARD L. JR.
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT.
LOT 8
MAP #1128


00642-009R
71 R-0155800 HX
NATIONS ROBERT B JR
COCHRAN LANDING, UNRE
LOT 9 ORB 168/109 FR
KENSINGER .
MAP# 112B

00644-3ESSR
.72 "R-0159300 -...
,DEVIS ROBERT n 8 DORI
S 31 T 4 9 .F HC
TWIN LA UNREC. LOT 1i ORB 1
ASSIG OF CONTRACT
MAP# 112C

00652-000R
73 R-0160600
LETT NEIL R. & TERESA
S 31 T 4 R 9 A LOT' 17
FT ORB 120/19 FR WEWA
BANK
MAP# ii2C

00659-OOOR
74 R-0161100
AKE CLIFFORD R. 8:-BRAND
S 31 T 4 R 9 A i20 X
LOT ON BOZEMAN CIRCLE
ORB 145/824 FR PARMER
145/825-26 ,QC FR PARME
MAP# 112C

00668-OOOR
75 R-0161900
TOWERS DEVELOPMENT. ,CO
S 31 T 4 R 9 7.701i,
PARCELS ,1i 2) 3
ORB 161/574 FR TOWER'
CONSTRUCTION CO. OF P
MAP# 112C
00709-001R
76 R-0167600
FORTSON GLADYS ANN
S 18 T'S R 9.9 8.8P47
N 774.06 FT OF -THAT P
NW/4 OF SW/4 OF SECTT
W OF SR 71 ORB 129/37
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE

00709-150R
77 R-0168400
OLSON JAMES A,
S 18 T 5 R 9 .5 AC M/
X 205 FT LOT; BEING L
UNRECORDED PLAT ORB 8
HERRING
MAP # 114 B

00710-250R
78 R-0169200
SCARABIN DARLENE
S i8'T 5 R 9 .92 AC
BEING LOT 10 QUAIL RIO
UNREC. SUB ORB 159/4
GRADDY
MAP# 114B

00728-1OSR
79 R-0172B00
HARRISON DEWEY C 8: WY
S 19 T S R 9 HONEY HI
(UNRECORDED) LOT:41 '
ORB 154/764 FR LISTER
MAP# 114C'

00728-25OR
80 R-0175200
ARDIRE KENNETH 8: JO A
S 19 T 5 R 9
HONEY HILL SUB. (UNRE
LOT 30 ORB 125/561 A
HARRISON BEING BAIT 8:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE
00735-001R
81 R-0177600
WIMBERLY B M
5S 19 T E R 9
.846 AC M/L
132 FT LOT ON C-381 O0
788 FR HARRISON
MAP #114':C


00741-004R
S463.17 82 R-0179100
LANGLEY DORA L
IT GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT
FR- # 3 ORB 78/272 5 AC M/
& ORB 147/75 FR GULF 0
FARMS INC.
BLK 0 MAP# 114C:


00741-032R
$63.5E1 83 R-0181600 $199.84
JOHNSON CLIFFORD M JR 8: RHONDA'
UNIT GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT TRACT
#31 5 AC M/L ORB 76/996 AA FR
GULF CO FARMS 8: ORB 158/392
BLK P FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP# 114C

S63.5i 00741-033R .
84' R-0181700 $196.08
UNIT ELLIOT JAMES H. 'SR. ET AL *, ,' '
S GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
#32 ORB 917153 ASSIGNMENT FR
BLK P JOHNSON 4.9 AC M/L 8: ORB 166/
'896 FR GULF CO. FARMS INC. ..
MAP #11iC
$210.69
ES G. 00741-093R
UNIT 85 R-0183900 5198.49
8: 10 C '. 0' BARR BRENDA
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS'
TRACT NO. 22' -
.BLK. P ORB 146/176 FR PETERSON
MAP# i14C

S70.70 00753-000R
86 R-01i85000 .' 54-9 13'
NO. 3 ANDERSON CHARLES E.
FR NEWELL. S 20 T R 9i .18 iCRES REC'D
ORB 138/34 FR POWELL.... .
BLK A MAP #114D .

S, 00754-OOOR$
87 R-018E100 S123.4i1
WHITFIELD JACKIE L
S S 20 T 5 R 9 .33.AC
570.70 ORB 163/19 FR CARNLEY BEING IN'
SE/4 ,'
NO. 3 MAP #l14D
FR NEWELL
S00771-010R
BLK A s88 R-0187200 $160.42
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
S 28, T 5 R 9
$58.71 BEING LOT i OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB. ORB
NO 3 1.3/817-18 FR FAIRCLOTH,.
MAP# 132B

BLK G 00771-020R
89 R-0187400 S84.00
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
5E8.71 5 28 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 2 OF BRYANT'S
NO. 3 LANDING' (,UNREC) SUB.
MAP# 132B

BLK G 00771-135R
90 R-0189700 S122.88
PRESCOTT HERBERT E 8: WANDA M
S60.06 5 28 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 26 OF BRYANT'S
NO 3 LANDING (UNREC) 'SUB. ORB 144-
L FR EST. 676-77 FR FAIRCLOTH
MAP# 1328
BL-K G .00771-170R
91 .R-0190400 5 25.82
S60.06 TERRY ALFRED L 8" MYRLAS
DANCES C S 28 T 5 R 9
NO. 3 BEING LOT 33 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING ORB 158/824 FR
FAIRCLOTH
MAP# 132B
BLK F
00771-180R
92 R-0190600 S122.88
S178.52 HARRISON FRANCIS E
28 T 5.R 9
NO. 3 BEING LOT 35 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB.
ORB 163/981 FR FAIRCLOTH
BLK X MAPO 1328

00771-247R
Si029.09 93 R-0192500 S74.61
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F'
:C. S 28 T 5 R 9 .47 'AC M/L
-BEING LOT 49A BRYANT'S LANDING
(UNREC) SUB.
MAP# 132B

00771-260R
5206.2'3 94 R -019279, 575..9.6
E GRA BRYAN.T.,L ?N .HUr4TIN, 8:

NO. 4 -" BRYANTS LANDING' WATER PLANT .
43/533 SITE .16 AC 8: DRAIN FILL AREA
.42 AC ORB 155/984-985 FR'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00796-0OOOR
S253., ? 95 R-0194800 S472.00
253.* HILTON-MARY J.
S00 CORRECTIVE REPLAT .OF
SX 200 RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT.NO i PB 2
STATE PG 38 LOT 6 & 8 ORB 116/921
FR JONES ,, -
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

S155.92" 00812-000R -
9DY R 96 R-0196300 197,3.7
DY RFT HAND HOMER Wi :& BETTY 'J.
175 FT CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i PB 2
8: ORB PG 38 LOTS 2 4 ORB 92/183
ER FR.LAND
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

.6 00824-OOOR
'OF326.61 97 R-097600 $605.89
'OF HAND CLARENCE E. ET UX
AC \ CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i PB'2'
5 PG 38 LOT 22 ORB 86/430
.C. INC. MAP #ii2C
BLK" 4

00827-OOOR ,
s365.64 98 R-0197900 576i.96
POWELL LLOYD N
AC M/L CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
ART OF RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
18 LYING PG 38 LOT 4 ORB 149/10 FR
i QC -FR
E1 TAX ROLL) POWELL
E TAX ROLL) (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

59.07 00841-OIOR
S99 R-0199300 S158.21
L 162 FARRELL MIKE .
L 106.25 CORR. REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE. PARK
/OT F PB 2 PG 38
9/913 FR _LOT 3 ORB 157/845 FR WALL
MAP# 112C

0084-1-OSOR'.
100 R-0199400 S49.68
$128.61 FARRELL MIKE
S CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE
M/L PARK UNIT NO. ,1
DOE EST. pB i PG 38 LOT 5. ORS 157/
7 FR 4. 5 FR WALL
MAP# 112C '
S,,,,,, 00876-000R
101 R-0202800 HX S'306.01
$156.27 DEAN L DAVID
NELL CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN
LL LAKES SUBD UNIT i PB 2 PG 38
*: "LOTS 2 8' 3 LESS S 25 FT OF
LOT 3 REC'D ORB 146/777 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

S 00897-010R
S692.60 102 R-0205000 HX 5609.04
NN FORTNER CHARLES S. ,


CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN
C,) AA LAKES SUBD UNIT iPB' 2 PG 42
A FR LOT i8 ORB 74/1183
TACKLE MAP '#94D
E TAX ROLL) BLK 13'

0095i-OOOR
S99.98 103 R-0213000 $59.07
DANIELS JOHN 8: NELLIE"
S 29 T 5 R 9 2 AC BEG 144 YDS
N OF SWC OF SW/4 OF NE/4 RUN
RB 166/ N 144 YDS E 72 YDS S 144 YDS
TO POB ORB 170/189 FR DANIELS
MAP# 11SA

00953-013R
$310.94 104 R-02i3500 s192.33
LEWIS ALPHONSO
TS FARM GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
/L TRACT 52 4 ACRES
:0 ': ORB 157/748 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC.
MAP# 115i


00953-014R
105 R-0213600 S414.86
LEWIS ALPHONSO A SR 8: LINDA A
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NOi 2
TRACT 53 4 AC ORB 77/417 AA
MAP #115B


00953-017R
106 R-0213800 5$92.1i
DEES WALTER B JR 8: JUDY E
GULF.COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
FARM #56 4 AC M/L
ORB 163/797.FR SMITH
MAP# 11i5B

00953-028R
107 R-0214600 $87.21
LOWERY III ROBERT 8: AUDREY L,
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 67 8: LESS FARMS NO. 68 8:
69 (4 A'C M/L), ORB 1.42/75 .TO
LOWREY
MAP# 15B

00953-037R
108 R-0215200 584.51
HOGUE CLARENCE ET UX
GULF-COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 76 2 ACRES
MAP #isB. .
00953-049R '
109. R-02i5700 $445.38
MYERS ERNEST: C; 8: VALERIE
GULF CO. FARMS UNIT NO. 3
1.25 AC M/L SW/4 OF FARM #84
ORB 124/969 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC .
MAP# 115B .


00953-058R
110 .R-0216500
'DUNIGAN BIRTHAL E
GULF,COUNT( FARMS
TRACT 87 5 AC ORB
GULF CO. FARMS
MAP #115 :


'5198, 49

UNIT NO. 3
158/299 FR


00953-060R
111 R-0216700 5209.00
GARDNER RAYMOND P. ET AL
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 31
TRACT 89 5.28 ACRES ORB,
84/399 AA
MAP #115B- .

00953-061R
112 R-0216800 5108.03
BELL TROY SR
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO,..3
N/2 OF TRACT 90 2.,59 AC M/L
ORB 141,'44 FR GULF CO. FARMS
MAP #1158


00954-042R
113 R-0218300
BATESON JERRI MYREE
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT
TRACT 117 4 AC M/L ORB
AA FR GULF CO FARMS
MAP# 11i


$234.33

NO. 4 .
87/241"


00954-044R
114 R-0218400 5202.26
BATESON BILLY' L
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 4
TRACT 118 .S AC M/L
ORB 155/993 FR GULF CO. FARMS
MAP# 1158


00954-133R
115 R-0218800 5255,38
BURROWS JOHNNIE T ET AL
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 5
(UNREC.) FARM #133 8: i34
6.48 AC MfL-: ,ORB: 167/925 .FRi
GULF O. FARMS .-NC., :
MAP# 1 Di :. "' -, -


00961-030R
116 .R-0221900 HX 5602,69
* VOYLES DANNY
S 32 T 5 R 9 .506 AC M/L
112.5 X 196 FT LOT
ORB 163/938 FR VOYLES
MAP# 115B


00961-035R
17 R-0222000 $555'47
BIRGE LOIS W
S 32 T 5 R 9.
112.5 X 196 FT PARCEL NO, 3
ORB 164/366 FR VOYLES
MAP# 11i5B

00973-OOOR
.ii8 R-0223800 5214.84
HALL JOHN H.
S 33 T 5 R 9 6 AC A LOT 140
YDS N 8: S 8: 230 YDS E 8: W .IN
NEC OF NW/4 OF NW/4 ORB
i11/56 CD FR HALL ET AL
MAP #13'2C

00974-00OR
119 R-0223900 548.33
MANUEL DEWAYNE
S 33 T .5 R 9 1 ACRE REC'D ORB.
i9/546 LOT 105 N 8: S BY 420
FT E 8: W
MAP #132C'

00979-205R
120. R-0226500 $29.56
PIPPIN JAMES W
S 33 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 16. PIPPIN PLAT
UNREC.
MAP# 132C'

00979-210R
121 R-0226600 529.56
PIPPIN JAMES W
S'33 T -R 9
BEING LOT 18) P PPIN PLAT
UNREC. .
MAP# 132C

00979-215R
122 R-0226700 529.56
PIPPIN JAMES W
S 33-T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 19, PIPPIN PLAT.
UNREC.
MAP#i 132C

00979-225R
123 R-0226900 S29.6
PIPPIN JAMES W
S 33 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 21) PIPPIN PLAT
UNREC.
MAP# 132C

00979-235R
124 R-0227100 561.47
PIPPIN JAMES W
S 33 T S R 9
BEING LOT 23, PIPPIN PLAT
UNREC.
MAP# 132C

00979-250R
125 R-0227400 538.96
PIPPIN JAMES W
S 33 T 5 R 9
BEING COMMUNITY SEPTIC TANK
PARCEL 8: UNPLATTED SWAMP
MAP# 132C

01003-000R
126 R-0231600 5106.00
FRANZ ALBERT L
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2
PG 25 LOT 8 ORB 102/49 FR
HALL 8: ORB 109/917-18 FR HALL
MAP# i32ED
BLK 2


01032-OOOR
127 R-0235200 S141.36
REDDICK BURNED L 8: MINERVA
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT i PB 2
PG 25 LOT 9 8: 5/2 LOT 10 ORB
170/137 FR LANGFORD
MAP# 1320
BLK 8

01045-04OR
128 R-0237300 S34.27
CARNLEY JUDSON NATHANIEL'
S 35 T 5,R 9 40 FT ON CHIPOLA
RIVER; 600 FR AV DEPTH ORB
104/608 FR GATES
MAP# 143

01045-045R
129- R-0237400 535.62
GATES JONATHAN CURTIS 8: PAUL P
S 35 T 5 R 9
40 FT ON CHIPOLA RIVER; 548 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 139/242-43 FR
GATES
MAP# 143
a
01046-002R
130 R-0238600 S22.38
STOKES PATRICIA ANNE
S 5j6,23 8 34 T 5 R 9
1.188% INT OGM IN UNSURVEYED
PARTS ORB 30/261
MAP# 430D'

Oio 6-120R
131 R-0243900 S81.23
PITTS JR. HARVEY A. 8: STEPHEN
TURKEY-RUN ESTATES (UNREC)
LOT 14 ORB 136/387.FR PITTS
MAP# 133

01077-00OR
132 R-0246400 : 16.60
MURFF JT. 8. J.T. JR,
5 13 T 6 R 9 1 AC
210 X 260 FT ORB.11/i035
FR GRAY.
MAP#, 145

01082-000R
133 -R-0246700 S28.21
ROBINSON MARY ESTATE
S 14 T 6 R 9 1 AC 1 AC SQUARE
IN SWC OF W/2 OF NW/ 4
MAP #145 .

01ii87-007R
134-. R-0259100 $233.76
SNELL DONALD E.
S 25 T 3 R 10 REC'D ORB
69/1049 FR SEXTON BEING
PARCEL NO 15
MAP t91A

01i216-000R
135 R-0264000 5 265.61
AFFORD ANN ET AL
BURGESS CREEK SUBD UNIT NO i
PB 2 PG 49 LOTS 14 8: 16
ORB' 120/881 FR ERNEST 8 ORB
153/48-49 GC FR SCHISEL ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL' SEE TAX ROLL)

01238-000R
136 R-0265700 HX $500.33.
GATES MARCHELLE
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
LOTS i & 2 ORB 139/244-45 EC
FR GATES
MAP# 91A
BLK 1

01241-010R
137 R-0266100 o106..00
SIMMONS JOHN J.
MIDWAY PARK SUBD. PB 1 PG 43
2 PARCELS ON DEAD LAKES ORB
115/135 FR TWADDLE LESS
PARCEL 1 ORB 127/275 TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE -TAX ROLL)
0t243-000R
138. R-0266600 HX $2j531.52
DUNAHOO JOHN R.
MIDWAY PARK 5UBD PB 1 PG 43
LOTS 4)' 5 8: 6 ORB 82/313 8:
LESS 'ORB 94/269 DISHAROONN ORB.
94/735 TO SANSOMO RB..96'7 329.:.:
(FOR FURTHER kaLEGALI SEE.TAX.. ROLL)

01268-OOOR
139 R-0270100 5SO0.1
SOWELL JERRY D. 8: BARBARA
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. 1 PB 2
-PG 15 LOT i ORB 111/82 FR
SPANN
MAP #91A
BLK 4
01277-OiOR
140 -R-0270800 S32.79
SYFRETT RAYMOND L. & ANN S.
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION
UNIT i E 21.24 FT OF LOT 6 8:
ORB 116/ 892 FR SYFRETT
'MAP# 91A
BLK 1

01278-OOOR
141 R-0270900 5450.86"
HOWELL RALPH JERRY 8: JUDY
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBD. UNIT 1i
W 42.4 FT OF LOT 6
21.21 FT X 150 FT STRIP OF.
LOT 6 ORB 117/895 FR FLEMING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01296-OOOR
142 R-0272600 S201.08
'TAYLOR MARY A.
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION
UNIT 1 LOTS 6 & 8 ORB 79/1094
MAP #91A
BLK 4

01333-010R
143 R-0276400 $27.17
SYFRETT RAYMOND L.
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBD. UNIT N 1
E 30 FT OF LOT 12
ORB 107/539 SC FR BROADER
BLK 6
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01362-000R
144 R-0279600 S121.96
SYFRETT RAYMOND L.
S 36 T 3 R 10 45 AG M/L REC'D
ORB 73/609 (PARCEL IV) LESS
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD, ORB
38/121 ORB 34/812. ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAI SEE TAX ROLL)

01369-050R
145 R-0280900 S434.44
DUNKLE LISA & RICHARD KNOWLES
S 36 T 3 R 10 1.02 AC M/L
165 X 270 FT PARCEL ON JOHN
DILL RD. ORB 171/257 FR
STRANGE
MAP# 91D

01369-060R
146& R-0281000 S476.25
TYRE AARON & CAROL
S 36 T 3 R 10 5 AC M/L
210 X 1043 FT AV DEPTH ORB
167/540 FR COOPER
MAP# 91D

01369-070R
147 R-0281100 $274.78
TYRE AARON & CAROL


S 36 T 3 R 10 E' AC M/L
210 X 1040 FT AV DEPTH ORB
167/540 FR COOPER
MAP# 91D

01369-O10R
148 R-0281400 HX S836.15
NICKELL DONNA K
S 35 8: 36 T 3 R 10 6 AC M/L
395.82 FT ON SR 71; 674 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 103/712 FR OWENS
MAP# 910

01373-004R
149 R-0282000 S266.10
HANLON DANIEL GENE
S 36 T 3 R 10 6.837 AC 8 110
FT ON DEAD LAKES ORB 85/657
MAP #91D


. V'.


b I-













01373-020R
150 R-0282600 S103.30
LEE BILLY G. ET AL
S 36 T 3 R 10 2 AC IN ORIG
LOT 7 ORB 81/400 (PARCEL I)
MAP #910

01373-021R
151 R-0282700 555.83
LEE BILLY G. ET AL
S 36 T 3 R 10 1 AC 255.50 FT
BY 170.49 FT REC'D ORB 81/00
(PARCEL II)
MAP #910
01 374-000R
152 R-0282800 5743.16
TYRE CAROL
S 36 T 3 R 10 1 AC
ORB 148/495 SC FR PEAR TYRE
MAP #910

01396-O00R
153 R-0285200 5746.01
SCHOLLIAN DONALD L && LINDA S
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO i LOT
I ORB 151/11 FR SLAUGHTER
MAP# 1288
BLK 3

01409-000R
154 R-0286400 $282.42
CROMER JOHNNY ET AL
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1 LOT
3 UNREC. AGREEMENT FR MALOY
MAP #128B
BLK 4

01417-000R
1S5 R-0287200 568.45
STEWART JACK 0
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG .24 UNIT NO 1 LOT
11 ORB 160/700 FR GASKIN
MAP #1i28B
SBLK 4+

01435-000R /
156 R-0288900 5299.69
HERRING DEMPSEY
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1 LOT
16 ORB 173/985 FR CUNNINGHAM
MAP #1288
BLK 5

01436-000R
157 R-0289000 5199.84
STEPHEN M. JACQUAYi TRUSTEE-
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO i LOT
17 ORB 135/336-38 FR PEADEN
MAP #128B
BLK 5
01437-000R
.158 R-0289100 5950.57
STEPHEN M. JACSUAY, TRUSTEE
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 2- UNIT NO 1 LOT
18 ORB 135/336-38 FR PEADEN
MAP #1288
BLK 5

01481-001R
159 R-0295900 596.60
SYFRETT RAYMOND L. 8: ANN S, I
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 LOT 1 5 & 6 ORB 73/609 &:
ORB 116/892 FR SYFRETT
MAP# 910
BLK 1

01484-050RO
160 R-0O96t00 530.91
SYFRETT RAYMOND L.
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 PARCEL MARKED "NOT INCLUDED ,
IN. THIS PLAT" LYING N OF
LOTS 9 & 10 BLK 1 ORB 23/609
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL),

01187-002R
161.:.. R-;296800 530.91
SYFRET-TRAYMOND l.. :
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD..:PB 3 PG
4 E 63.46 FT OF LOT 4 ORB
123/156-57 GC FR C.NN. SYFRETT
MAP# 91D
BLK 2

01187-003R
162 R-0296900 5134. 15
SYFRETT RAYMOND L.
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 LOTS 6i161 17, 18i 19 8:.20i
LESS PART OF LOTS 5 & 16 IN
ORB 73/608 & ORB 73/609 8: ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01490-OOR
163 R-0297300 5115.39
ROGERS ELMER EUGENE
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 W'LY 100 FT OF LOT 12
ORB 131/1i FR ROGERS
MAP#t 910
BLK 2

01490-003R
i6 R-0297500 -5162.31
SYFRETT RAYMOND L.
CENTRAL .LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 LOTS I THRU 7 ORB 73/609 &
ORB 123/156-57 SC FR SYFRETT
MAP# 910
BLK 3

01494-002R
165 R-0298100 5303.07
SYFRETT RAYMOND 8: ANN S
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 LOT 17 ORB 73/609
ORB 116/892 FR SYFRETT
BLK 3
MAP# 910

01i99-OEOR
166 R-0298200 SO,.31
SYFRETT RAYMOND & ANN S.
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
t PARCEL MARKED "PARK" LYING
AT E END OF CENTRAL AVE 8:
ADJOINING LOT 17
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01503-000R
167 R-02990<0 513.82
HAYS DARREL K. & VALERIE J.
S i T t R 10 11.5 AC BEG AT
NEC,. RUN W 275 YD) TH S 220
YD; TH E 275 YDS; TH N 220
YDS TO THE POB 8: LESS 1 AC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01517-030R
168 R-0303500 5S57.614
BRUNTY SUSAN
3 T t R 10 7.5 AC M/L BEING
TRACT 10 STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) ORB 62/15 FR
MERRITT LESS 2.5 AC ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)!

01517-09tR
169 R-0304600 HX 55.91
FLINT DAVID A & MELANI P
S 3 T 4 R 10 2.93 AC M/L
TRACTS #7 & #8 STONE CREEK
ACRES (UNRECORDED) ORB 171/387


FR FLINT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01517-125R
170 R-0305200 5170,07
PALMER MAYLON 8 KATHY
S 3 T 4 R 10 1.8 AC M/L BEING
PLOT #3 STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) UNREC. AA FR
BROGDON
MAP #74

Oisi7-SOOR
171 R-0305800 HX 5390.22
STEPHENS JOEY
S 3 T 4 R 10 3 AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D IN ORB 130/716-
18 FR TAUNTON & ORB 153/512
FR TAUNTON 8 CLECKLEY
MAP# 714


The Star, Port St. Joe. FL -Thursday, May 11. 18 and 25. 1995


01517-520R
172 R-0306200 HX.
PAUL WILLIAM J. 8: HEIl
S 2 & 3 T 4 R 10 18..
12.143 AC PARCEL : 5.0
PARCEL NO. 2 & 1.20 A'
PRACEL NO. 3 ORB 149/1
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEI

0117-525R
173 R-0306300
DANIELS ANN
S 3 T 4 R 10 9.57 A
PARCEL REC'D IN ORB 13
FR TAUNTON
MAP# 74

01519-155R
174' R-0309200 HX
RHODES TERRY L. 8: CANI
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATE
(UNRECORDED) LOT 12 OR
137/942-46 FR TAUNTON
MAP# 74



01519-165R
175 R-0309400
TAUNTON DAVID L. & ABI
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATE
(UNRECORDED) LOT 14 OR
832 FR TAUNTON ET AL,
MAP# 74


01519-250R
176 R-0310800 HX
HELMS RICHARD K. 8: JEA
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATE
(UNRECORDED) LOT 3 & 4
/957-61 & ORB 137/962-
TAUNTON ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

01519-290R
177 R-0311300
BRAMTON RODNEY 8: MARIE
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATE
(UNRECORDED) LOT 2 ORB
-96 FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP# 74

01519-330R
178 R-0311800 *
MILLER HENRY MACK JR
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATE
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4
ORB 149/514 OC FR MILL
MAP# 74
B

01526-002R
179 R-0313400
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W 'f
S 4 T 4 R 10 REC'D ORB
FR STEWART BEING TRACT
6j7 & 8 STONE CREEK AC
(UNRECORDED) ORB 156/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

01$26-004R
180 R-0313600
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W &
S 4 T 4 R 10 1.50 AC T.
STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) ORB 155/8
FIRST NATIONAL BANK NO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

01528-005R
181 R-0314500
FREEMAN LEONARD SR
S 4 T 4 R 10 2.68 AC M/
210 X 420 FT PARCEL ORI
S25 FR MYERS & .66 AC I
ORB 14'9/524 FR NEAL
*MAP# 74

01530-010R
182 R-0314800
NEEL.DANIEL C & BRAND
S 4 T4 R 10 IAC M/L
LOT 2 158.4" X 275 FT
ON GRIFFIN RD. UNREC Ai
MAP# 74

01538-200R
183 R-0316400
BURKETT J.L. 8: BRENDA
5 9 T 4 R 10 38 AC M/L
OF NE/4 LESS 33 FT EASE
ON E SIDE ,& SIDE BEING
ACRES ORB 116/703 FR LI
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

01$545-055R
184 R-0318900
MILLIONS FRED L
S 10 T 4 R 10' 2AC M/L
212.12 FT CREEKFRONT; 4
FT AV DEPTH ORB 158/147
FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP# 74

01545-085R
185 R-0319500
MUINA TONY
S 10 T 4 R 10 '2.73 AC
2 PARCELS ON STONE MILL
UNREC* AA FR TLC
MAP# 74

01571-OOOR
186 R-0322800 HX
NUNNERY WILLIAM N. TE
S 11 T 4 R.iO 1.46 AC
175 FT ON SR 71 ORB 81
POLK 1/3 INT ORB 131/63
BROGDON & ORB 131/632 F
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE'

01575-135R
187 R-0324200
BROWN ADRIAN SCOTT
S 14 T 4 R 10 DEAD LAKE
SUBD UNRECORDED LOTS' 7
& 10 ORB 153/414 FR COT
MAP #93B

01575-155R
188 R-0324300
BROWN ADRIAN SCOTT
S 14 T 41 R 10 DEAD LAKE
SUBD UNRECORDED LOT 11
153/419 FR WHITFIELD
MAP #93B

01575-160R
189 R-0324400
BROWN ADRIAN SCOTT
.S 14 T 4 R 10 DEAD LAKE
SUBD UNRECORDED LOT 12
ORB 153/423 FR SHULER 8:
BROGDON
MAP# 938

01S75-E25R
190 R-0325700
MC DANIEL ROGER G
S 14 T 4 R 10 LOT E
DEAD LAKES ESTATES SUBD
ORB 100/999 FR LISTER
MAP# 938

01579-000R
191 R-032BS00
OWENS PAMELA F
S 1i4 T 4 R 10 1,35 AC
211.91 FT ON SR 71
ORB 173/77 FR BROGDON


MAP# 93B

0179-125R
192 R-0330600
HAMMON TIMOTHY A 8: JENN
DANNY BROGDON PLAT, UNR
LOT 15t 16 1.01 AC M
ORB 155/83-84 FR BROGDO
MAP# 93A

01601-OOOR
193 R-0332900
FOWLER JOHN M. 8: CAROL
MEEKS LAKE SUBD PB 2 PG
LOT 2 ORB 114/606-7 FR
MCLANEY
MAP #938


01626-OOOR
.'222.65 194 R-0335600 5226.4
DRUN GASKIN PHILLIP RUDY
67 AC M/L S 13 T 4 R 10 4 AC M/L PARCEL
+ AC IN REC'D ORB 129/373 FR GASKIN
C IN ON WEST ARM OF DEAD LAKES
918-920 MAP #93A
E TAX ROLL) 01630-OOOR
195 R-0336000 5163.11
BRYANT JOHNNY L.
$681.96 S 13 T 4 R 10 .41 AC M/L 70
FT DEAD LAKES FRONTAGE; 253.7
C M/L FT AV DEPTH ORB 124/716 GC.FR
38/504-5 LISA BRAYANT
MAP# 93A

01630-010R
196 R-0336100 5163.11
5174.06 BRYANT JOHNNY L.
DI L. S 13 T 4 R 10 ,42 AC M/L
TES 70 FT DEAD LAKES FRONT; 260
RB .65 ,FT AV DEPTH ORB 124/716
ET AL SC FR LISA BRYANT
M A AP# 93A
0165I1-010R
197 R-0340000 525,17
DANIELS EVA MARIE 8:' DAN T.
S12+.76 S 13 T-4 R 10 A 75. X i00 FT
IGAIL LOT UNRECORDED AGREEMENT FR
TES TAYLOR
SB 137/ MAP# 93A '
01658-OSOR
BLK A 198 R-0340700 S549.68
HARTLEY JAMES' S.
5 13 T 4 R 10
5230,30 400 X 100 FT PARCEL ON FISH
iNNIE L. HATCHEY RD. ORB 116/473 FR
TES BROGDON
SORB 137 MAP# 93A
-66 FR 01686-002R

t TAX ROLL) 199 R-0343600 582.67
RESTER DON C.. ET UX
S 14 T 4 R,10 .52 AC M/L
S77.814 37.14 FT ON DEAD LAKES ORB
80/1040"
ES MAP #93B
137/892 01686-003R
200, R-0343700 HX 5309.2o 4
MC DANIEL WILLIAM K4::IM
BLK D S 14 T 4 R 10 .35 AC M/L LOT
2 BEING 77 FT ON DEAD LAKES
ORB 88/1031 FR STOKES 8: ORB
5270.35 139/726-27 FR STOKES
MAP# 938
'ES
01706-0OOR
,ER 201 R-0346100 5197,.1
LKE _BETTIES CHERRIE
LK S 14T 4 R 10 REC'D ORB
22/453
S171,69 MAP# 93B
JACKIE L 01713-OOR
.83/285 202 R-0346700 HX 51)376.21
sE 5' HASTY ALBERT J & BARBARA Z
98FS 13 & 1' T 4 R 10 4 AC M/L
988 FR & 80 X 234 FT LOT ORB 163/683
TAX ROLL) FR HARRISON
]MAP# 938
587.21 01725-0OOR
JACKIE L 203 R-0348300 HX 584.51
RACT 4 PARKER THOMAS H. & BRENDA F.
S 15 T 4 R 10 .51 AC COM AT
44 FR NEC OF NE/4 OF SW/4, S 300 FT
RTHWEST TO POB 5' 150 FT, W 150 FT, N* -
TAX ROLL) 50 FT, E 150 FT TO POB ORB '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

5137.91 01729-0500R
204 R-0348900 529,56
/L SIMS DANIEL t BETTY
B 149/ S 15S T 4 R01000 X 75 FT LOT
M/L IN NW/4 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 ORB
94/758 OC FR MEYERS
M; AP # 75 .
01733-OOOR
205 R-0349300 571.87
569.93 BYRD PORTIA
M S 15 T 4 R 10 2 AC 2SO FT LOT
L' IN SW/4 OF SE/4 N OF OLD
LOT PANAMA ROAD REC'D ORB 14../286 -
A FR T13' FR VICTOR. PRICE
MAP# 74' "
0173S-001R
5461,.46 206 R-0349700 524.23
J. SIMS DANIEL
NE/4 I S 15 T 41R 10 .12 AC A LOT 50
EMENT BY 100 FT REC'D ORB 94/690
2 BCD FROM DAWSON \
ESTER MAP #75
TAX .ROLL)
01768-025R
207 R-0353500 HX 5202.92
$334.28 JONES MARY LEE
S 23 T 4 R 10 .5 AC M/L BEING
L LOT 5 OF AN UNRECORDED SURVEY
413.17 FOR LISTER ORB 124'/1026 FR
78-480 LISTER
MAP# 93C

01768-0+OR
208 R-0353700 HX 5155.00
5217.25 THOMAS CYRIL R. & PATRICIA H,-
S 23 T 4-R 10 .5 AC M/L
SM/L 100 X 218 FT BEING LOT 8,
CREEK) UNREC. SURVEY ORB 134/527 FR
LISTER
MAP# 93C

01768-050R
-523736 209 R-0353900 HX 5244.87
ERESA JONES PATRICIA
:M/L S 23 T 4 R 10 .5 AC M/L
/991 FR BEING LOT 10 OF AN UNRECORDED
0 FR SURVEY FOR LISTER "ORB 130/
TAX ROLL) 600 FR LISTER
TAX ROLL) MAP# 93C

01773-000R
5367.40 210 .R-0354500 520.20
JONES VICENT 8. CAROLYN R.
-S WEST S 23 T 4 R 10 .1i72 AC M/L
0' 9 BEING A LOT 75 X 100 FT ORB
TON 136/83 .FR JOHNNY L. JONES
MAPt 93C

01784-000R
584.26 211 R-9355800 5163.52
MYERS VALERIE, CALLIE SMALL 8:
S WEST S 23 T 4 R 10 S.5 ACRE REC'D .
ORB DBK 20/131' BEING IN NW /4+ OF
NW /4 ORB 132/918 FR LOFTON
MAP #93C

01785-OOOR
565."2 2"12 R-0355900 5142.18
MC NEALEY FLORENCE
S WEST S 23 T 4 R 10 LOT OF LAND S.
OF LOFTIN LOT 75 FT. BY 102
.FT..ORB 82/37
MAP #93C

0178S-010R
2 13 R-0356".00 5101.89
576.19 JONES ROBERT L.
S 23 T 4 R 10 ,75,X 237.5 FT
OF LOT FR MCNEALY ORB 60/776
MAP# 93C

01785-030R
214 R-0356400 5109,00
MC NEARLY' FLORENCE
5649.2 5S 23 T 4 R 10 1.33 AC 85 YD.
X 85 YD. LOT FROM HUNTLEY IN
M/L ORB 49/140 LESS 50' X 100'
LOT TO JONES IN ORB 81/524


MAP# 93C'

01797-OOOR
215 R-0358600 5S44.06
S104.65 TURNER DIANE .
IFER N S 23 T 4 R 10 2/5 ACRE 75 FT
EC. BY 165 FT ON OLD PANAMA RD.
/L FR EDDIE ROUSE REC'D ORB
N 168/431 FR ASH
MAP #93C

01803-OOIR 0
5253.62 216 R-0359100 $72.05
J- SEMMES GLENN H, 8: BROOKS F,
1i C L MORGAN'S ADDN TO H
WEWAHITCHKA FLA UNIT NO ONE l
PB 2 PG 33 LOT. S ORB 120/287
FR LISTER
BLK 3 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL) M


01816-OOOR
217 R-0360700 5460.21
JACKSON JOSEPH L
S 23 T 4 R 10
ORB 123/728 FR FISHER 8: LESS
.15 AC M/L ORB 142/78 TO
JOSEPH LEE JACKSON
MAP# 93C

01820-OOOR
218 R-0361500 HX 5674.22
RANSBURGH GREER C 8: RUSSELL H
S 23 T 4 R 10 13 AC M/L
THAT PART OF SE/4 OF NW/14
LYING N SR 22 ORB 142/850
FR MC EACHIN
MAP# 93C

01824-OOOR
219 R-0361800. 5291.93
MC KELVIN GEORGE III 8: MICHEAL
S 23 T 4 R 10 5 AC ORB 60/132
FR KIRKLAND
MAP #93C

01826-015R
220 R-0362200 HX 5156.27
WRIGHT GEORGIA
S 23 T 4 R 10
LOT 3, UNREC WILLIE BASS
SURVEY ORB 130/659 FR BASS
MAP# 93C

01863-OOOR
221 R-0366600 5550.66
WILLIAMS JESSIE LEE
S 23 T 4 R 10' 1 AC
IN NW/4 OF NW/4 REC'D ORB
118/288 FR FISHER
MAP# 93C

01883-OOOR
222 R-0368500 5203.84
GREENE JACQUELINE P
S 24 T 4 R 10 176 FT.
FRONTAGE ON SR 22 (SECOND
PARCEL) ORB 155/158-159 FR
PRIDGEON'
MAP# 93D

01883-OOIR
223 R-0368600 546.75
GREENE JACQUELINE P,
S 24:T 4 R 10 1 ACRE M/L LOT
IN NWI/4 ORB 82/669 (THIRD
'PARCEL)
MAP# 93D

01884-i010R
2242 R-0369100 52)907.614
TAUNTON DAVID L, & ABIGAIL J.
S 24 T 4 R 10 5.536 AC M/L
-BEING 593.71 FT ON E.R/W SR 71
ORB 87/875 FR SPENCER,
RICHARDSON) BOLGIANO) ORB 137/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX .ROLL)

01956-00OR
225 R-0377400 5981.18
GULF PINES HOSPITAL
S 2 T 4 R 10
BEING A LOT 29 1/2 FT BY 209
FT ORB 170/399 FR LANIER
MAP# 93D

01957-OOOR
226 R-0377S00 5743.28
RAMER ROBERT E JR
5 24 T 4 R 10 50 X 150 FT LOT
AT NEC OF INTERSECTION OF SR
71 & COMMERCE AVE BEING OLD
DRUGSTORE & WEWA FLORIST &
(FOR FURTHER .LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).

01961-001R
227 R-0377700 52,059.36,
GULF PINES HOSPITAL INC.
S 24 T 4 R 10 .49 AC M/L
131.88 FT, ON SR 71 ORB 170/
394 FR MAYHANN
MAP# 93D

01975-OOOR
228 R-0379900 51,569.53
LANDMARK SURVEYING ~C9 C CC "'
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB ..
1 PG 14 PORTION OF LOTS 3) 4
& 5 ORB 168/485 FR CITIZENS
FEDERAL S & L
MAP #94A

01994-OOOR
2 9 'R-0381800 5467.39
CANNING DR. H, B. EST,
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA ,PB
i PG 14 BEGIN AT SWC OF-LOT
32 RUN N'30 FT E 80 FT S,30
FT W'80 FT TO BEG
MAP #994 A,

02000-950R
230 R-0382500 5238.14,
CHANCE REBA D
MACK'S ADDITION TO WEWA
PB i PG 14
N/2 LOTS 142 & 143 ORB 146/28
FR CAPPS
MAP# 94A

02001-OOOR
231 R-0382600 571.91
DANIELS DAN T.
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
i PG 14 S/2 OF LOTS 142 8 143
ORB 121/239 FR CANNING.
MAP# 94A

02012-OOOR
232 R-0383700 51,029.09
VOYLES DANNY C
MACKS, ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
1 PG 14 LOTS 67 & 68 ORB
167/522 FR BOYD
MAP #94A
02018-OOOR
233 R-0384300 51,568.61
ST. CLAIR JOSEPH J.
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
1 PG 1 LOTS 80) 81i 82, 95).
96, 97
MAP# 9tA
02018-001R
231 R-0384400 5545.23
ST. CLAIR JOSEPH J ,
MACK'S ADDITION TO WEWA LOTS
83) 84 85 & 92, 93, 94
MAP. #919A

02018-050R
235 R-0384500 5370.78
ST. CLAIR JOSEPH J.
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOTS 77) 78) 79) 98, 99, 100

02038-OOOR
234 R-0386400 HX 5227.79
MARSHALL DALE C & TERRI R
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
1 PG 14 LOTS 1+9). 150) 151)
152 &B 153 ORB 147/403-401
FR RISH
MAP'# 94A

02068-000R
237 R-0389500 5274.35
BURNHAM WALTER B
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD PB
1 PG 11 'LOT 6 ORB 77/752
MAP# 93D


BLK 3

02158-05OR
238 R-0398600 584.02
CAMPBELL CHARLES
LAKE ALICE'ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOT 13 14% ORB 148/877 FR
GRAY LESS ORB 164/F65 TO
SASNET
MAP# '93D

02173-026R
239 R-0402900 5251.75
SEMMES GLEN H, 8B BROOKS F,
HOMEWOOD PB 3 PG 16
LOT 10 ORB 134/120 FR
MICLEMORE'S TRUST


MAP# 94B


BLV. B


02252-000R
240 R-0415600 HX $359.56
DAVIS MARTIN B
S 25 T 4 R 10 1 2/6 ACRES
REC'D ORB 38/603 8: ORB 6/155
IN SEI/4 OF SWI/4 8: NEi/4 OF,
SWi/4
MAP# 941A
02269-OOOR
241 R-0417800 5251,75
DI FATTA JOHN P. SR. & JEAN
COLLEGE PARK PB i PG 13 LOTS
251 26) 27) ORB 112/787 FR
NUNNERY
MAP# 94A
BLK .B
02281-OOOR
2412 R-041800 HX 5310.92
WARD JAMES H. 8: DEBORAH
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 .PG 13
LOTS 23-36 ORB 92/157 FR WARE'
ORB 108/427 (C FR CLECKLEYi
ORB 167/166 FR BROWNLEE .ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX .ROLL)
02295-OOR .
243 R-042204'00 '.: .09.88
ALBRITTON PERCY C 8: ROSA' C C.:.. ,
'COLLEGE PARK PB 1 PG 13 LOTS
15, 16 & 17 ORB 146/727 FR
WARD
MAP# 94A
BLKr G

02339-010R
244 'R-04-2300. ..' 558.7%1
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W,. ': '
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOT 9
MAP# 94A -L' "
.'!' l "* ,BLK 1 '

02340-00R
245. R-0423900 HX' 575.84
WHITFIELD SARAH J
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA.
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOTS-1tO0 '
1 1 "
MAP#i 94A '
S-BLK

023411-OOOR
246 R-0424o000 566.07
TAUNTON DAVID L 8: ABIGAIL J
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOT 1
ORB 141/379 FR EST. OF.LUCY P
RISH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02377-002R
247 R-0430200 5s49.13
MC GHEE DEBORAH
CLECKLEYS ADDN UNIT NO. 2 LOT
15 PB 2 PG 37
ORB 130/427 FR WOTH
MAP# ',9.4A
BLK 9
02391--001R
248 R-0431800 5308.47
BORING MYERS D. JR.
HARDENS ADDITION TO CITY OF
WEWAHITCHKA UNIT ONE PB 2 PG
22 LOTS 11 a 12 ORB 118/668
QC FR BORING BLK 2
MAP# 9 A ,
02391-003R
249.9 R-0432000 579.52
MUINA GLENDA F.
HARDEN'S ADDITION TO CITY OF
WEWAHITCHKA UNIT ONE PB 2 PG
22 LOT 16 ORB 108/236 ,FR
ARMSTRONG
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
02394--OOOR
'250 R-0432400 HX 593.97
MUINA GLENDA F.'
HARDENS ADDITION TO CITY OF
WEWAHITCHKA UNIT ONE PB 2 PG
22 LOTS 17; N 1/2 OF 18 ORB
67/1095
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
0227-050R ,
251 .-04935700' 7 599'i93
HAGANS BOBBY"G' -
S 25 T 4 R 10
150 X 15i FT LOT
ORB 170/544 FR CAPPS
MAP# 94A

02446-000R
252 R-0437600 5236.18
PAGE EARNEST
S 25 T 4 R 10 .6 ACRES 105
FT.-E 8: W BY 140 FT N 8: S IN
THE SW CORNER OF SW1/4 OF
NEI/4 ORB 133/870-71 FR TAYLOR
MAP# .94A

02452-00OR
253 R-0438300 597.21
PITTS R HERMAN & BEVERLY
5 26 T 4-R 10 LOT 680OF
CLECKLEYS ADDITION III
(UNRECORDED)-ORB 170/679 4C
FR STEPHENS
MAP# 94B

.02452-016R
254 R-0439300 595.86
PIERCY DOUGLAS & RITA
S 25 & 26 T 4 R 10 1 ACRES
210' X 190' PARCEL ORB 120/
$50 FR BEAN
MAP# 94A & 94B

02480-OOOR
255 R-0449700 549.68
FLOWERS ANNIE T 8:
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOTS
16 a 19 ORB 149/473 FR
CHESTNUT
MAP# 948




WILLIAMSBURG PB 1' PG 3 LOT 1
MAP #94B
BLK B

02484-000R
257 R-0450100 567.10
FOSTER MARGARET ELIZABETH "
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOTS
2 3 & 1 ORB 79/604+
MAP #94B -
BLK B


02486-OSOR
258 R-01450-00 HX
KEITH MELODY
WILLIAMSBURG PB i PG 3
26) 27, 28 ORB 127/634
MYERS
MAP# 94B

02492-000R
259 R-04151000
ADDISON BRENDA
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
ORB 107/142 FR ADDISON.
MAP #948B


02494-000R
260 R-0451200
HAWKINS JOHN W.


WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG
MAP #94B


02496-OOOR
261 R-0451400
GRAY CHARLES EDWARD
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG
ORB 87/880
MAP #94B


3


565.72

LOTS'
OC FR


BLK B

563.35

LOT 14


BLK'. B

528.21

LOT 16

BLK B


3 LO


02497-000R
262 R-0415i00 HX
JONES RANDOLPH 8: BRENDA
WILLIAMSBURG PB i PG 3 LO
20, 21; ORB 145/438 FR
MINCY
MAP# 94B+
BL(K


02497-001R
263 R-0451600 HX 5302.32
ADDISON EMERISON 8: JOHNNIE K.
WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
PB 1 PG 3
LOTS 22 8: 23
ORB 140/40 FR WILLIAMS
MAP# 94B

'02498-OOOR
264 R-0451900 528.21
FOSTER MARGARET ELIZABETH
WILLIAMSBURG-PB 1 PG 3 LOT 29
MAP #94B .


02500-000k
265 R-0452000
FOSTER MARGARET
WILLIAMSBURG PB
311 32, 8:33 ,
MAP .,94 .


BLK B

567.10
ELIZABETH
1 PG 3 LOTS


BLK B


02501-00OR
266 PR-452100 528.21
WILLIAMS ROOSEVELT
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOT 34
MAP '#94B .
S" BLK B
02508-OOOR
267 R-0452800 $,5223. 27
FLOWERS ANNIE T 8:
WILLIAMSBURG' PB *1..PG.3 LOTS
51 6 & 7 ORB 149/473 FR
CHESTNUT
MAP# 94B
BLK D'
02518-.000R.
268' R-04;4000 83SO
JONES BERTHA
WILLIAMSBURG SUBD. PB 1 PG 3
LOT 20 ORB 96/S53 SC FROM
WILLIE JONES

02535-000 R
269 R-0455400 567.10
GIPSON WILLIE MAE
WIL IAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOTS
4) 5 8: 6
MAP #948
BLK G

025E40-OOOR
270 IR-0455900g' $601.79
RILEY NARVIE- LEE
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOTS 5 & 6 ORB 135/821 FR
ASSOCIATES FINANCE INC.
MAP# 949
BLK 1

025 2-000R
271 R-0456100 5446.75
FRAZIER'JIMMY L &t
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOT 2 DBK 1/846.
MAP #94B
BLK 2

02543-000R
272 R-0456200 HX 5S495,56
JACKSON JOHNNY LEE 8: MARGARET
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOTS 1 8 2 .ORB 67/256 8: ORB
126/471 .GC FR JACKSON
MAP# 949
BLK 3

02547-OOOR
273 R-0456600 230.57
HILL CHARLIE 8: ORA MAE
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOT 6 ORB- 89/266 FR HILL
MAP #948
BLK 3

02554-000R
274 R-0457300 HX $118.01
ONEY. ROBERT E.
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOT ii ORB 124/590 FR MINCY
MAP# 94B
, -* .... .. ...... .. "I -P LF 4 .
". .

275 R-0458900 530.91
HAVENER HENRY J. :& EVA E.
LESTERS SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 18 ORB
126/947 FR HOLLEY
MAP# 94D '
BLK .3

02584-001R
276 R-0460600 S299,66,
HALEY JAMES M 8: MARIAM F
S 36 T 4 R 10 LOT 90 .X 145 FT
ORB 91/1013 FR GARDNER BEING
PARCEL #1 IN SURVEY IN ORB
148/46 FR DIOCESE OF PENSACOLA
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02584-010R
277 R-0460800 $267.83
TOM REED ENTERPRISES INC
S 36-T 4 R 10 76.84 FT ON
SHIPPEY RDJ 174 FT AV DEPTH
(PARCEL #3) SURVEY' FOR SMITH
ORB 156/388-389 FR SMITH
MAP# 94D

02584-015R
278 R-0460900 $192.90
TOM REED ENTERPRISES INC
S 36 T 4 R 10 76.84 FT ON
SHIPPEY RDi 177.46 AV DEPTH
(PARCEL' #4) SURVEY FOR SMITH
ORB 156/388-389 FR SMITH
MAP# 94D

02602-O10OR
279 R-0464000 HX 5S339.84
WATERS DANNY R t' DONNA D
THOMAS SUBDIVISION PB 3 PG iS
LOT 91 10, 11 ORB 154/916 AA
FR JENSEN & ORB 163/114i FR
JENSEN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02604-OOOR
280 R-04649900 549.68
C.L. SMITH MOTOR CO,) INC.
S 36 T 4 R 10 1 AC BEG AT SEC
'OF SE/4 OF SW/4; RUN W 210 -
FT; N 210 FT; E 210 FT S 210
FT TO POB ORB 98/561 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02613-000R .
281 R-0465700 5722.41
PETTIS R CHARLES'
S 36' T'4 R 10 2 AC M/L S 24
1/2 ACRES OF NW/4 OF NE/4
ORB 169/703 FR ABARBANEL
MAP# 940

02629-061R
282 R-0469500 HX 5137.10
WEBB CORY M. & LESIA K.
MITCHELL NANOR SUBD.
UNRECORDED LOT 10 .5 AC M/L
ORB 112/287 FR BROGDON
MAP# 94D

02651-050R
283 R-0472500 HA 596.60
SHIRAH PERALIE F
S 36 T '4 R 10
76 X 216 FT LOT S. LOTS 1, 2
LESTERS SUBD. ORB 138/669 FR
KING
MAP# 94D


02655-OOOR
2814 R-6472900 HX 5263.77
529,56 WINCHELL HORRIS E, 8: MYRA MEYE
S 36 T 4 R 10 3.41 AC M/L A
OT 19 LOT ON N LINE OF LESTER SUBD
LESS .4 AC IN ORB 89/912 TO
EARNEST ORB 124/1094 FR
BLK B. (FOR. FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

5170.02 02664-050R.
S 285 R-0474100 5290.4S5
)TS STRIPLIN ROY B. JR.
S 1 T S R 10 1 AC M/L 104 X
432 ON SR 71 PARCEL REC'D ORB
116/886 FR STRIPLIN
SB MAP# 95A


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02684-007R
286 R-0478200
LONG RICHARD K
SUNNYWOOD ESTATES PB 3 P
LOT 7 UNREC AA FR MC LE
TRUST
MAP #95EB

02684-029R
287 R-0480300
PITTS W C 8: VALERIE
SUNNYWOOD ESTATES UNIT N
PB 3 PG 17 LOT 24 UNRE
FR MC LEMORE'S TRUST
MAP #95B

02707-100R
288 R-0487400 -
KNOWLES JAMES H, 8: CONNIE
5 12 T 5 R 11
150 X 150 FT PARCEL ORB
949 FR KNOWLES
MAP# 95ED

02729-000R
289 R-0490600 HX
NOBLES WILLIE F. 8: DOROTI
S 13 T 5 R. 10 5 AC 5/2 O0
OF E/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/If O0
104/1003 FR GATES
MAP #96
02789-000R
290 R-0503800
FAIRCLOTH SALLIE M, (MRS
S. 1ii T 7 R 10 ORB 29/364
BY 80 FT LOT 8: LOT 6 IN
CAUSEY SUBD

02799-001R
291 R-0505300 HX
HUMPHREY THOMAS A JR &t R
5 10 T 7 R 10 .501 AC M/L
X 139 FT LOT ORB 161/857
BISHOP
MAP #83

02846-000R
292 R-0511000
STUCKEY RUTH MURPH
S 11 T 7 R 10 .172 AC M/L
REC'D DBK 26/210 A 7F. X
FT LOT
MAP #10tC

02855-000R
293 R-0512700 HX-
JEFFCOAT.WILLIAM S. 8: BAF
BEAT SUBDIVISION PB 1 PC
LOTS 12) 1 3 14, 15E, 16,
18, & 19 ORB 104/268 FR
BISHOP & ORB 138/149-52
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TO

02963-00OR
294 R-052270Q
DOUDS GLEN ET AL
WIMICO SUBDIVISION PB 1 I
LOTS 7 & 8 AND W/2 OF ALL
ADJOINING SAME ORB 118/4
FR DOUDS LESS .1681 AC M
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA

03019-06OR
295 R-0529400
PROVIDENT MEDICAL CENTER
S 7 T 8 R10 .636 AC M/L
FT ON GARRISON AVE PARCEL
ORB 168/697 FR HEALTH CAR
MNGT. CORP.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA

03054-000R
296 R-0534100 HX
HAWKINS -JOYCE
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. i-PB
3 LOTS 21 8: 22 ORB 116/94
MOORE
MAP# 69B


03083-012R
297 R-054480
JOHN F CULLEN CONSTRUCTION
S 30 T 8 R 10 1.,016 AC
16.. X 231U98 FT PARCELZ'-
"C-3" & "G'" ORB 156/771,
T.J. CONSTRUCTION OF PSJ
MAP# 70

03083-1E55R
298 R-0547400
TODD RICHARD L.
S 30 T 8 R 10 1.39 ACM
BEING LOT 22 PONDEROSA F
(UNREC. SUB) ORB 128/109
PORT CITY ASSOC.
MAP# 70

03097-000-R
299 R-0548600 HX
WATERS ADA L
JONESVILLE SUBD PB 1 PG 5
185 FT OF LOT 12 ORB 75/8
MAP #69C

0310i-050R
300 R-0549700
MC MULLON ARCHIE W. 8: VIC
JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION LO
& 40 ORB, 111/12 FR TULL -
MAP# 69C

03109-000R
301 R-0550600
TOUCHTON WILLIAM A. & C.'t
JONESVILLE SUBD PB i PG E
LOT 38 BEING 158.75 FT X
FT ORB 131/1093 FR BLACK
MAP #69C

03114-OE50R
302 R-0551200
GOMILLION RICKY & VICKI
JONESVILLE SUBD.
185 X 150 FT LOT ORB 160/
FR TULLIS
MAP# 69':

03126-000R
303 R-0552300
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
ALL OF BLOCK A, EXC LOTS
4 ORB 88/946 FR MONEY BA'
BEACH CORP & OFFICIAL REC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA
03130-000R
304 R-0552600
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
LOTS Ii 5, 9; 16.) 18 20
ORB 88/946 FR MONEY BAYOU
BEACH CORP 8: OFFICIAL REC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA:

03132-000R
305 R-05.2800
HESTER DIAMOND
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
LOT 4
MAP #72C


03133-OOOR
30& R-0552900
GREENE ARNETT C.
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 ,,PG
LOT 6 ORB 111/424 GC FR
GREENE
MAP #72C-


03142-000R
307 R-0553800
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB i PG
LOTS 1, 21 31 101 20 8: 21
88/946 FR MONEY BAYOU BEA
CORP ORB 94/932 FR GARBER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA

03153-OOOR
308 R-0554800
STEINER CHARLES R 8: DIANE
MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT NO.
PB 2 PG 28 LOTS 4 &8 5
ORB 151/434 FR RHODES
MAP# 72C
BLK


03154-O00R


S98.53 309 R-0554900 5293.69
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
G 18 MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT NO. 2
MORE'S ALL BLK 1i LESS LOTS 1, 21 4
&8 5 ORB 88/946 FR MONEY BAYOU
BEACH CORP OFFICIAL RECORD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

$82.58 03i57-OOOR
310 R-0555200 5969.33
0. 2 BROWN WILLIE L, ET AL
C AA MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT NO. 2
ALL OF BLOCK ORB 88/946 FR
MONEY BAYOU BEACH CORP ORB
94/932 FR GARBER PB 2 PG 28
'(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
S38.96
E 03169-030R
311 R-056700 5107.89
121/ HICKS RICHARD W & TAMMY M
S 14 T.9 RI 10
LOT 3 OF AN UNRECORDED
PLAT BY NANCE ORB 172/102: FR
DUVAL
$360.69 MAP# 108
HY
F W/2 03171-040R
RB. 312 R-05E8700 $468.22
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT 8:
S 15 T 9 R 10 8.1 AC M/L
775.33 FT:ON SR 30; 500 FT
SN41.89 DEPTH BEING PARCEL "A" IN ORB
$ 1.9 100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE

140 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
03171-O00R
313 R-0558800 5122.12
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT &
S 15 T 9 R 10 1,674 AC M/L
S149.60 142.28 FT ON SR 30; 500 FT
ODIN DEPTH BEING PARCEL "B" IN ORB
S160 00/788, AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
FR (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
03171-060R
314 R-0559000 5201.34
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT
$30,17 S 15 T 9 R 10 2.88 AC M/L
100 FT LAGOON FRONT; 634.5
L AV DEPTH BEING PARCEL "E"
100 IN.ORB 160/912 QC FR., .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
03171-14SR '
315 R-0560200. 5134.15-
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
$57,18 INDIAN LAGOON
RBARA ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 9 ORB
G 23 135/705-720 FR WILSON FIN'.,
17, CORP.
MAP# 90B
DEED .
AX ROLL) 03171-150R'
316 R-0560300 5134.15
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN S&
S44.06 INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 10
PG 31 ORB 135/709-720 FR WILSON
LEY FIN. CORP.
431 MAP# 90B
'/L
AX ROLL) 03171-15R :
317 R-0560400 $134.15
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &
$856.74 INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 11
300- ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
L F FIN. CORP.
RE MAP# 90B

AX ROLL) 03171-160R
318 R-OE60500 $13 i4.
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &
$499.61 INDIAN: LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 12
2 PG ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
44 FR FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90B

BLK 1 03171-165R
319 R-O5.60600 5134.15
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &
5$251,46 INDIAN LAGOON
ON IN'C EST'.TES(UNRECORDED) LOT 13
M/L ORB 13S/705-720 FR WILSON
EING, y -;- F W ., "QRP. ; ; -. -.;.;, ..; .
FR", MAP# 90 8., t .; :...; .- :i
IN'C
03171-450R
320 R-0564800 5773.25
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &
$25i.46. S 15 T 9 R 10 .20.276 AC M/L
1743.66 FT ON SR 30; 500 FT .
/L DEPTH BEING PARCEL "2" ORB
PINES 138/70i-4 FR WILSON FIN. CORP.
F0 FR MAP# 90A
03171-5OER
321 R-056500 14.39
CREWS ALVIN K. & MARILYN D.
$82.24 '5 iS T 9. R 10 100 FT LAGOON
FRONT; 651.46 FT AV DEPTH ORB
T7 N 130/27 FR MINGER
BE MAP# 90A

03171-EIOR
322 R-0565100 5$14.39
HI 3708 CREWS ALVIN K. & MARILYN D.
7.IE S 15 T 9 R,10 100 FT LAGOON
3T 39 FRONT; 664.01 FT AV DEPTH ORB
130/25-26 FR MXNGER
MAP# 90A

03172-060R
50,B27 3323 R-0566OO0 $237.85
ITH!48 BUCHANAN J. VINCENT 8,
57 5 16 T 9 R 10 3.43.6AC M/L.
2739 300 FT ON SR 30; 504.3: FT AV
3AN DEPTH BEING PARCEL "D" IN ORB
S100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA. ROLL)

03178-.OOOR
S10E.27 324 R-OE.67400 S10 30,23
BROWN WILLIE. L. ,E AL
S 19 T 9 R 10 33,.6 AC 1456 FT
/587 GULF FRONT; 400 FT DEPTH M/L)
LESS MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
49 & LESS MONEY BAYOU SUBD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

,$267.39, 03178-940R
325 ,R-0568200 51)22 .64
49 HOOD MICHAEL B &: JOSEPH B
3 & CAPE. VILLAS UNIT 2-D
'OU ORB 170/112 FR SMALLRIDGE
:ORD MAP# 72C
iX ROLL) -
03180-205R
5=18,90 326 R-0571500 $927.12
$519 BENNETT UACOB &: PATRICIA
49 TREASURE SHORES SUBD PB 3 PG
26 LOT 21 ORB 124/561 FR
8, SHUMAN
=r, MAP #72C


4X ROLL) BLK A
03i80-410R
S260.42 327 R-0575100- 293.69
PRITCHETTJ ANN
49 TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 2 BEING
100.8 FT FRONTAGE ON CO. RD.
BLK D 30 264.04 FT AVERAGE DEPTH
ORB 107/467 FR JOSEY

S90.97 03180-430R
328. R-0575500 $293.69
49 JOSEY L.B, JR,
TREASURE SHORES iST ADDITION
UNRECORDEDI LOT 6 BEING
100.8 FT ON CO. RD. 30;
BLK D 313.79 FT AVERAGE DEPTH ORB
110/1093 FR JOSEY

$903.65 03185-013R
329 R-0578800 Si,230.75
49 DONNA M SEIFERT
ORB S 20 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
OCH FRONT; 1037 FT AV. DEPTH; ORB
RH 173/958 FR HADDAD
AX ROLL) MAP# 72D

03186-OOOR
5293.69 330 R-0580600 Si,698.25
O DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN G, ET AL
2 S 20 T 9 R 10
639.34 FT PARCEL ORB 117/1057
FR WILSON FINANCIAL CORP.
LESS 8 LOTS IN UNREC SUBD
1 MAP# 72D


___ __


MAP# 42'

03357-OOOR
352 R-0639300 $141.21
MARSH BETTY 8: GRAHAM COATES
S 23 T 5 R 11 4,72 AC STRIP
158.33 FT ACROSS S END OF
NE/4 OF SW/4 REC'D ORB 155/751
-752 FR LEITENBERGER
MAP #4"2

03367-000R
353 R-0641800 $258.23
GOODWIN LEONADISUS
S 26 T 5 R 11 9 AC ALL OF S/2
OF E/2 OF NE/4 OF NW/4 LYING
E OF WETAPPO CREEK ORB 151/150
FR GOODWIN 8: FRUDAKER
MAP# 43


03187-011R
331 R-05683400 St,84'+2.07
HESLIN JO TOLAND
S 21 T 9 R 10
150 FT GULF FRONT X 1195,31
FT AV DEPTH ORB 151/578 8: ORB
151/586-589 FR IOBST
MAP# 90C

03191-007R
332 R-0586400 S1,230.75
LAMONTE CHARLES V.
S 22 T 9 R 10 125 FT GULF
FRONT; 695 FT DEPTH M/L ORB
87/2 FR GLENN
MAP# 90D



0319i-020R
333 R-0587700 51,230.75
BURKERT KENNETH 8: PATRICIA
S 22 T 9 R 10 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 470 FT AV DEPTH M/L'
ORB 153/171-172 FR KALBAUGH
MAP# 90D

03191-029R
334 R-OE.88600 S765.26
LARUDEE PAUL 8: BETTY
5 22 T 9 R 10 283.10 FT FRONT
ON SR 30Bj 716 FT AV DEPTH
227 FT LAGOON FRONT ORB
110/1008-9 FR GROOM
MAP# 90D

. 03200-OOOR
335 R-0592700 5E26.94
CROMARTIE EDWARD M.
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 1S ORB 8+/411
MAP #90D
BLK 0

03200-001R
336 R-0592800 5170.34
FISHER WAYNE D. ET AL
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1,
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 13 ORB 77/934
MAP #90D
BLK 0

0321%-000R
337 R-0598200 HX $404.41
DAVIS DANIEL B 8: LISA THOMPSON
INDIAN.PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 17 ORB 153/837
FR DAVIS .
MAP #90D
BLK S

03215-OOOR
3:38, R-0598300 HX S194.95
EDWARDS JERRY S.
INDIAN PASS BEACH GRQUP NO. 1
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 19.
MAP #90D
BLK S

03216-000R
,339 R-0598400 34 8.64
EDWARDS JERRY S.
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP, NO.
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 21
MAP #90D
BLK S

03274-070R
340 R-0608700 S84.42
HICKS CUBIE ET UX
S 12 T 4 R 11 1.586 AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 58/870 FR
HICKS LESS ORB 134/584 TO
WALDROP
MAP# 38D

03274-075R
341 R-0608800 HX S187.21
WALDROP GERALDINE
5 12 T 4S R 10 .771 AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 134/584 FR
HICKS
MAP# 38D .

03326-155R
342, R-0627100 $89; 17-
STEVENS 'EUGENE P 8 BARBARA J
S 13 T 5 R 11 SUNSHINE ACRES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 11 .96 AC:
M/IL ORB i48/822 FR TAUNTON
ET AL
MAP # 42

03326-245R
343 R-0628600 S563.45E
BRAKE LARRY L
S 13 T 5 R 11 SUNSHINE ACRES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 29 5.23 AC
M/L UNREC AA FR TAUNTON
MAP #42

03330-12QR
344 R-0629500 $. 131.81
HARLAND LENA
S 13 T S R 11 1.347 AC M/L
210 X 279.45 FT BEING PARCEL
NO. 1 IN UNREC SUB ORB 144/
830-32 AA FR CARR ET AL
MAP# 42
03331-001R
345 R-0630000 $48.60
KNOX PAMELA
S 13 T 5 R 11
LAND BEING 300 FT ALONG W SIDE,
OF DANIELS RD> LAND LYING &
BEING IN SW/4 OF SW/4' FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03340-075R
346 R-0636600 HX S171.92z
HALL JAMES C 8: PATRICIA E
S 23 T E R 11
ORB 159/802 FR CARR ET AL
MAP# 42

03340-180R
3 -7 R-0636900 $304. 3
STERZOY JOHN A
CREEKVIEW ESTATES; UNREC.
LOT 4 ORB 161/910 FR COSTIN
ET AL
MAPif 42

03346-000R
348 R-0638300 $91.48
HAMMON-GWENDOLYN L.
S 23 T 5 R 11 3 AC REG'D ORB
8/159
MAP #42

03348-000R
349 R-0638500 $307.54
MARSH BETTY Y &' COATES GRAHAM
5 23 T 5 R 11 8.69 AC M/L
UNREC AD FR DUREN ET AL
MAP# 42

03349-000R
3E50 R-0638600 $E7.28
MARSH BETTY Y 8: GRAHAM COATES
S 23 T 5 R 11 1.7 AC
ORB 1E/7E1-7E2 FR
LEITENBERGER
MAP# 42

03350-000R
351 R-0638700 $184.97
MARSH BETTY Y 8: GRAHAM COATE5S
S 23 T 5 R 1ii 6.37 AC
ORB 155/751-752 FR
LEITENBERGER


03410-00OR
358 R-0658800 HX 550,40
SURBER WAYNE E & RAY ANN'
S 31 T 5 R 11 1.06 AC M/L 270
X 172 FT LOT UNRECORDED
AGREEMENT FR MCDUFFIE
(MC DUFFIE INT ORB 119/737 TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).

03420-001R
359 R-066000 5187,75
COSGROVE THOMAS J.
5 32 T 5 R 11 1.29 AC DEED
REC'D ORB 57/391
MAP #13D

03426-210R
360 R-0663800 54-94.36
KENT CHARLES M, &8: PATRICIA D.
S 33 T 5 R i
,PARCEL REC'D IN ORB 117/1097
AA FR CARR & ORB 127/651-52
FR CARR JR.
MAP# 27C

03426-250R
361 R-0663900 127.26
KENT CHARLES M.
S 33 T 5 R 11 .E AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 116/104S AA
FR CARR
MAP# 27C

03426-25ER
362 R-0664000 5125.82
ANDERSON TOMMY
5 33 T 5 R 11
ORB 165/2 FR ANDERSON
MAP# 27C
03426-260R
363 R-0664100 $239.77
ROBERTS CHARLES D. 8& JANET.
5 33 T 5 R 11
PARCEL REC'D IN ORB 126/540-44
FR CARR
MAP# 27C

03426-265R
364 R-0664200 .$154.00
WARD GERALD & EDNA M
S 33 T S R 11 1.04 AC M/L
PARCEL NO. i & 2
ORB 169/S05 FR CARR JR,
MAP# 27C.

03426-305R
365 R-0664300 HX 5108.72
JORDAN DAVID M,": JOAN M ..
S 33 T 5 R' 11 ': 5 /L- .... ...
PARCEL NO. 1. 8 3 'OR 148/
393-394 FR CARR & ORB 148/447
FR JORDAN
MAP# 27C'
03426-315R
366. R-0664500 5127.17
DANIELS ROBERT L
S 33 T 5 R i 1 '.535 AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 162/251 AA
FR CARR JR,
MAP# 27C

03426-520R
367 R-066500O S224.30
BRIDGES DOUGLAS B SR
S 33 T 5 Ril .53 AC M/L
(UNREC. PLAT) 105 X 220 FT
LOT ORB 133/919 FR CARR
MAP# 27C

03426-525R
368 R-0665100 5130.46
BRIDGES DOUGLAS B JR :
S 33 T 5 R 11 .53 AC M/L
105 X 220 FT LOT ORB 143/929
FR CARR
MAP# 27C

03436-050R
369 R-0666500 HX S175.09 ,
KENNEDY CAROL A,
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDED) LOTS 64 8 7. ORB
129/984-85 CD FR MORRI5 ,
MAP# 27C

03440-OOOR
370 R-0667100 87.21,
HAMMON GWENDOLYN
-WETAPPO RIDGE SUBD, :
(UNRECORDED) LOTS 46 8: 54 ORB
88/591 GC FR WHITFIELD
MAP #27C
BLK 1

03452-OOIR
371 R-0671400 5152.38'
KOEBRUGGE FAYE
S 34 T 5 R 11 .57 AC M/L ORB
74/821 AA FR ARNOLD BEING A
LOT 263 X 100 X 200 X 125 FT
LYING IN S/2 OF E/2 OF SE/4
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
03454-010R
372 R-0671900 HX 5$434.15
BARFIELD RICHARD D &'DONNA M
S 35 T S R 11 N/2 OF SW/4 OF
NE/4 OF NW/4s LYING W OF SR
386 ORB 147/419 FR RAY
MAP# 43

03460-070R
373 R-0673600 $ .256.14
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. INC..
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD (AN
UNREC. SUBD) LOT 14 & LOT 15
ORB 127/434-36 FR MEXICO BEACH
CORK.
MAP# 43

03460-125R
374 R-0674000 HX $205.75
RAY WILLIS
S 35 T 5 R 11
CREEKWOOD FIRST ADDITION
(UNREC) LOT 5 8: 6 ORB 135/
118-21 AA FR BARFIELD
MAP# 43

03460-135R
375 R-0674100 5202.24
RAY WILLIS ALVIN 8: PEGGIE W
S 35 T E R 11 .CREEKWOOD FIRST
ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 7 ORB
,150/568-69 FR GRANGER
MAP# 43

03460-145R
376 R-0674300 590.56
RAY WILLIS A 8: PEGGIE W
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD FIRST
ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 9
ORB 156/344-345 FR GREVENHOF
MAP# 43


BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1
LOT 13.ORB; 7"/621 8: 0
141-142 BC FR LEVEL
MAP# 168, ." :,:..: .. ",
SBLK

03733-014+R
389 R-0722000
ANGELINE WILLIAM ET UX
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1
.LOT 18 ORB 75/230
MAP #16C


03733-015R
390 R-0722100
ANGELINE WILLIAM ET UX
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1
LOT 20 ORB 75/230
MAP #16C

03733-021R
391 R-0722300
STEWART RON
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 i
LOTS 4) 6 & 8 ORB 121/'
GONZALEZ
MAP# 16C"


03741-OOOR
392 R-0724400 HX
FETTINGER JAMES R. 8: Do
BEACON HILL ESTATES UN:
PB 2 PG 46 LOT 1 ORB 1H
FR FETTINGER*
MAP #16B


03764-OOOR
393 R-0728800
HUTCHINSON RODERICK H 8
S 31 T 6 R 11
90 FT LOT IN FRONT OF
BETWEEN GULFVYIEW ST 8: I
ORB 160/122 FR WEBER
MAP# i6C

03783-I00R
394 R-0730600
WEBER EVELINE ET AL
S 31 T 6 R 11 60 FT LOT
98 IN FRONT OF LOT 3 ON
GULFVIEW ST. ORB 71/609
96/537 FR WEBER ESTATE
MAP# 1,6C

03789-OOOR
395 R-073'1400
EVANS SUN AE
S 31 T 6 R 11 50 FT GUL
FRONT; 83 FT DEPTH ORB
FR COLLINS
MAP# 16C

03798-OOOR
396 R-0733400
GULF AIRE PROPERTIESi I
S31 8: 32 T6 Rii BEING L
8 ORIG IN SEC 31 8: PORT
SEC 32 LESS GULF AIRE
REC'D 8: UNREC'D) & LES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

03798-004R
397 R-0733700
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES IN
S 31 & 32 T 6 R ii PARC
BEING PARCEL "E" ORB 14
7E50 FR GULF AIRE PROPER
INC. BEING THE GULF AI
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

03798-014R
398 R-0734600 HX
RITCH BENJAMIN
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LO
ORB 114/398 FR SELLARS
MAP #16,C

03798-015R
399 R-0734700
OAKES PAULA JEAN ALDRID
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LO
ORB 144/339 FR OAKES 8:
/883 QC FR OAKES
MAP #16C


03392-01ER
354 R-0652100 $85.86
SOLARSKYJ STANISLAW
S 31 T S Rll
170 X 260 FT PARCEL ORB 126/
843-4S AA FR HARDY
MAP#

03394-052R
355 R-0653700 $442.47,
FELS JOSEPH ET UX'
S 31 T 5 R 11 4.6 AC REC:'D
ORB 72/599 FR PATRICK 350 X
570 FT
MAP #13C

03394-053R
356 R-0653800 HX.- 5$382.03
GILBERT JIMMY EARL,
5 31 T 5 R 11 1.37 AC 170 X
350 FT LOT REC'D ORB 80/972.
MAP #13C .

03396-003R
357 R-0654400 .515.70
WILLIAMS RICHARD M.
S 31 T 5 R 11 1.93:AC A.LOT
240 X 350 FT ORB 110/788 FR
COTTRELL
MAP# 13C


03460-305R
377 R-0676000 520.20
MEXICO BEACH CORP
CREEKWOOD UNIT NO, 3
LOT 5
ORB 133/1066 FR MEXICO BEACH
CORP.

03460-310R
378 R-0676100 518.85
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. INC.
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3, UNRECORDED
LOT 6
MAP# 43

03460-315R
379 R-0676200 S18.85
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. INC,
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3, UNRECORDED
LOT 7
MAP# 43

,03460-375R
380 R-0677200 $90.56
JONES JOE & CAROL A. KENNEDY
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED"
LOT 19 ORB 134/897-98 FR
MEXICO BEACH CORP. INC.
MAP# 43

03460-380R
381 R-0677300 $582.58
GRIMALDI RALPH J. 8:' REGINA" L.
SCREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 20 ORB 133/1048-49 FR
HFEX. BCH. CORP. IN'C..
MAP# 43

03488-002R
382 R-068 100 S727.3S
THOMAS FLOYD LYNN 8: SHERRI ANN,
S &6 T 6 R 11 3 AC
ORB 161/703 FR BASTAS
MAP# 148

03493-000R
383 R-0685600 S1i327.11
WILLIAMS WILLIAM C. JR. T
S 5 T 6 R 11' 3.04 AC BEG AT
NEC OF SW/4 OF NW/4'& RUN S
230 FT FOR POBH TH S 270 FT,
TH W 490 FT, TH N 270 FT, TH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03495-250R
384 R-0686400 $49.32,
FOSTER MARK 8: GAYLE
S &6 T 6 R 1' LOTS '. 6, 7. 14 ,
.& iE UNRECORDED PLAT FR
THUNTON IN NE/4 OF NE/4 ORB "
90/345 FR TAUNTON
MAP #14B8

03495E-65OR
385 R-0686800 S1- 0 S A5
PARKER VIVIAN DENISE
S 6 T 6 R 11..
LOT ii ORB 118/974 MSSIG OF
AA FOR DEED FR SAULTS
MAP# 1485

03593-001R
386 R-0703400 S546,79
HARRELL ROBERT C. 8: MARYANN
BEACON HILL SUBD PB PG 2
LOT 13 8: STRIP BETWEEN LOT 13
&. US 98 REC'.D ORB 76/224
MAP #16C
BLK 6

03646-OOOR
387 R-0710700 .$576.14
WATSON PHILLIP L,; JR.
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1.PG 2
LOTS 7 8F 9 ORB 1i/932 FR
MONTFORD
BLK ii
MAP# 16C

03711-OOOR
388 R-079100 1110.39
LEVEL ARTHUR


$251 46


03798-755R
410 R-0755200 5250.11
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
GULF AIRE PHASE IVj UNREC.
LOT 6
MAP 16D


PG : : ....,. BLK 'J
RB 57 ...
03798-78fR '* '
,-'Vi,-- ,. 411 R-0755700 -' $648.92
19. BECHTOLD PAUL V, 8:DOROTHY Z
PELICAN WALK UNREC. SUB.
LOT i TRIPLEX) UNIT #109
$76.49 ORB 170/40 FR FNMA
MAP# 16C
PG 2
03798-782R
412 R-0755800 HX $179.72
BLK 25 KREIS TIM & VICKI
PELICAN WALK UNREC. SUB.
LOT i TRIPLEX, UNIT #1il
$76.49 UNREC, AGREEMENT FR DUREN
MAP# 16C
PG 2
03798-840R
/ 413 R-0756900 $632.03
BLK 25 OAKES DANNY K & PAULA ALDRIDGE
PELICAN WALK, UNREC. SUB.,
3901 LOT 13 ORB 153/671 FR
-3 GULFAIRE
PG 2 MAP# 16C
915 FR 03798-850R
414 R-0757100 5245S41
K SAUERHOFF KATHLEEN PATRICIA
BLK -2 PELICAN WALKi UNREC. SUB.
LOT A ORB 153/276-277 FR
5 .8.89 .DUREN
ONN18 .9 MAP# 16C
ONNA F.
IT ONE
02/14 03805-002R
415 R-0758000 54,373.44
DUREN IKE
BLK I S 31T 6 R 11 6.26.AC M/L
ORB 121/98 FR DOZIER
MAP# 16C
1ii397.25
8: 03805-006R
416 ,R-0758200 $1,172.i6
LOT 2 EDWARDS STAN 8: FRANCES
US 98 5 31 T 6 R I1 100 FT LOT ON
US 98 BY 250 FT ORB 139/165
FR DOZIER
MAP# 16C

S222.97 03805-013R
417 R-0758500 s1,813.51
r ON US MONACHELLI CAROL M
SEASHORE TOWNHOUSES
S8: ORB BEING UNIT 3
ORB 160/360 FR COSTIN
MAP# 16C

03806-005R
$1,026,96 418 R-0759400 5248.09
GRIFFIN RUBYE G.
LF S 31T 6 R 11 172.55 FT ON US
144/39 98 TRIANGULAR LOT 200.72 FT
DEEP ORB 91/955 FR JACKSON
MAP #16C

03816-OOOR
.1,771.70 419 R-0774800 582.34
:NC. WRIGHT JIMOLA
OTS 7 &. S T 7 R t11 14.96 AC M/L
rION IN 480.5 X 1358.43 X 480.1 X
SUBD ( 1354.15 ORB iSi/557 & ORB 151/
5S TRACT 559 OC FR WRIGHT
TAX ROLL) MAP# 31

03820-0O0R
54,235.04 420 R-0775900 52,039,14
C SULLIVAN III S. MICHAEL
:EL S 5 T 7 R 11 35 FT GULF
+7/749- FRONT; 190 FT DEPTH BEING N/2
TIES OF ATLANTIC ST END ORB
RE 112/204 FR POOLE
TAX ROLL) MAP# 17A

03864-OOOR
5$1615.50 421 R-0781800 $461.23
DANNELLY ROY F.
3T 9 YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 12 & 13
MAP #i7A


BLK A
$604.62
'GE 8:
)T 10
ORB 164


B.LKh A.


03901-OOOR
422 R-0786200
SMITH C.S.
YON'S ADDITION TO
LOT 20 ORB 94/967
MAP #17A


BLK 5


$226.65

BEACON HILL
FR. ALLEN

BLK 9


03798-024R
400 R-0735600 S316,20
LOGAN KERMIT D, & GLENDA SUE
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT 6
PAGE 158 FROM GULF INDIES
CORP.
MAP #16C OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK
BLK B

03798-030R
401 R-0736200 $483.76
FERGUSON THELMA R
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT 12
ORB 170/132 FR SPIRO
MAP. #16C
BLK B

03798-085R
402 R-0739400 HX Sl,857.49
UPTON BRIAN & PATTI
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED LOT I ORB iSS/489-
491 FR DUREN
MAP# 16C
BLK G

03798-260R
403 R-0744600 HX s803.24
REED DAVID
GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II LOT
IS ORB 146/355 FR WEWA STATE
BANK ..
MAP# 16C
BLK D.

03798-500R
404 R-0749900 $82.87
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES) INC.
S 31 T 6 R 11
ORB 93/277 BEING 6 FT GULF
ACCESS EASEMENT
MAP# 16C
03798-501R
405 R-0750000 S81.52
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
5 31 T 6 R 11
6 FT GULF ACCESS EASEMENT
MAP# 16C

03798-5EOR
406 R-075E000 S 1,535.75
COOLEY JUNE R & JAMES P
S31 T6 Ril ORB 96/108 B,EING
,BLDG II UNIT 10 GULF AIRE
TOWNHOUSE ORB 161/462 FR
BLOUNT
MAP# 16C

03798-684R ,
407 .R-0754E200 $827.61
GAFFNEY JOHN W. 8:
S 31 T 6 R 11
BEING UNIT 4 CORAL REEF
TOWHSHOUSES ORB 139/566 CD
FR PRIESTLEY
MAP# 16C

03798-715R.
408 -R-0754500 5250.11
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
GULF AIRE PHASE IV) UNREC
LOT 3
MAP# 16D
BLK I


03798-745R
409 R-0755000
UPTON BRIAN & PATTI
GULF AIRE PHASE IV, UNREC
LOT 4 ORB 150/591-594 FR
.DUREN
MAP# 16D
BLK J










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03901-i001R
S23 R-0786300 s$i056.81
SMITH C. S.
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT i 8: 2
MAP #17A
BLK 9

03941-000R
424 R-0791S00 S09.11
MATTHEWS DOROTHY SAWYER
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT i
MAP #17A
BLK 13
03946-OOER
425 R-0792100 $80, O.
GRIFFIN RUBYE G.
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT 19 ORB 93/1100 FR MILLER
ET AL
MAP #17A
BLK 1I

03976-250R
426 R-0796400 S861.58
NEWMAN GEORGE S
S S T 7S RiiW .379 AC M/L
60.11 FT GULF FRONTj BEING
LOT 5 ORB 172/648 FR COUNTS
MAP# 17A
03979-002R
*27 R-0797300 HX Sl263.1*
GEIT2LER HAZEL M 8:
S 5 & 6 T 7 R 11i 6.03 FT
GULF FRONT: 125 FT DEPTH M/L
ORB 151/584-585 FR ROBERTSON
MAP# 17A

03981-001R
*28 R-0797700 S1 143. 48
MARCUM JENNIFER
CORONADO GULFVIEW UNIT i ORB
153/601 FR J 8: JO INVESTMENTS
INC.
MAP# 17A

03987-001R
429 R-0800200 HX 51,087.23
HILL R EDWARD & SUSAN F
S S T 7 R 11 PARCEL BEING
FORMERLY LOTS 2 f 3 8: PORTION
OF GEORGIA CYPRESS STS BLOCK
i PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04024'-O0OR
430 R-0806500 S473.75
SCULL RONALD W. ET UX
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOTS 9 & 11 ORB 115/805 BC FR
SCULL
MAP# 17A
BLK 8B

0O025-O0OR
431 R-0806600 $656.43
SCULL RONALD W.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOTS 13 8: 14 'ORB 84/10 46
MAP #17A
BLK 8

0*032-OOOR
432 R-0807300 HX SE4.58,
SO'BARR DAVID EDWARD
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 8 ORB 166/690 QC FR
WILHITE
MAP #17A
BLK" 9

O E065-OOOR
433 R-0811600 HX S338.26
SCARABIN ROBERT M
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. i
LOT 3 ORB 111/326 FR HAY &:
ORB 133/327 GC FR BASS
SCARABIN CAROL L.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04067-010RR
434 R-0812300 5 29. 35
SHEARER MARGARET V.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOTS 10 ORB 113/1000 FR'
DEESON f ORB 139/564* C'FR"'--
SHEARER '- .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0*10-OOOR
435 R-0820800 HX $226, 10
MULLIS DONALD D. &. ELOISE S.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 1 8 3 ORB 102/80 FR
ARNOLD LESS SW 60 FT OF LOT
3 ORB 135/146 FR WILLIAMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04142-OOOR
*36& R-0821100 S189.0
RIELA MARGARET
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT S'
MAP #17A
BLK 29

04144-DOOR
437 R-0821700 5435.69
KENT CHARLES M 8: PATRICIA D
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 13 ORB 1*8/198 FR WATSON
MAP #17A
BLK 29

0O160-OOOR
438 R-082E500 SE.28,29
RICHTER BILLY R. & MARTHA C.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 9 ORB 136/8*3 FR ALABAMA
ELECTRIC CO. INC.
MAP# 17A
BLK 32

0419-000R
439 R-082T800 HX S323.30
SANDERS C. 0.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 9i 11H 13
MAP #1i7A
BLK 39
0*198-DOOR
40 R-OO830100 190.45
ESTES ROBERT S 8: GLORIA
POR "ST JOE BEACH UNIT "NO. 2
(FORMERLY) LOT '
ORB 1*1/162 FR COSTIN
MAP# 17A
BLK, 40
0+22--003R
*41 R-0837*00 S.190,4-5
DERRICK MARGARET A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 10 ORB 97/701 FR COSTIN ,8:
GIBSON
MAP # 17 A
BLK *8

0D226-002R
*42 R-0838600 $1E0.21
DERRICK MARGARET A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 3 ORB 163/75E-FR PROCTOR
BLK 49*

0255-020R
*43, R-08e2100 $738.00


KIRBY STEPHEN E 8: DEBORAH M,
ST. JOSEPH SHORES SUBD PB 1.
PG 36-S 10 FT OF LOT.3; N 40
FT OF LOT 4 BEING 50 X 110 FT
LOT ORB 141/706 FR HARRISON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04281-002R
444+ R-0846100 S 492.24
RAFFIELD FISHERIES
S 35 T 7 R 11 3.95 AC
300 FT CANAL FRONTAGE ORB
81/391 FR SJL 8: DEV.
MAP# 49C

0+283-000R
445 R-08O EO00 S1i164.92
RAFFIELD RONALD C.
S 27 T 7 R ii REC'D DBK
150 FT ON US 98 REC'D ORB
133/1-2 FR BLAIR
MAP# 33A


04284-OOOR
446 R-0846600
RAFFIELD FISHERIES :
S 35 T 7 R 11 4.39
546.5 FT ALONG GULF
LESS 'FREEZER BLDG'
168/3*0 TO GULF CO.
MAP#. 9C

04310-OOOR
447 R-084BSOO
LANGLEY DORA L.
C. P. GAULDINGS ADDh
30 LOTS 4 & (LESS S
LOT 4)
MAP #49B

04314-OOOR
48 R-088900
COPPEDGE GUILLIE
C, P. GAULDINGS ADDI'
30 LOTS 11 8: i2 ORB
338 LIFE ESTATE DEEE
ORELL & KENT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL S

04361-0OOR
*49 R-0852800
WOOD TAMELA.L.
HIGHLAND VIEW PB i P
FT OF LOT 1 1 ii L
FT OF 11; BEING THE
BLDG ORB 83/1122 8:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL S

01377-OOR
450 R-0854300
CHANCE ROYCE M JR 8:
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB 1
LOTS 4 & 5 ORB 143/6
MAMORAN
MAP# 498


0415-O00R
t51 R-0857700
GAY TIMOTHY W. 8 DONI
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB 1
LOT 9 8: 12 ORB 138/
FR ROBERSON
MAP# 9B


04*OS-OOOR
452 R-0861600 HX
CANNINGTON B. F. 8& Fi
FOREHANDS FIRST 'ADDI"
HIGHLAND VIEW.PB i P(
OF LOTS 11 8: 12 ORB :
FR OH .& LILLIAN CAP
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE

0482-001R
453 R-0864i00 HX
MILES LEWIS DONN
FOREHANDS SECOND ADD]
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 2 PC
LOTS 4 51 6; &8 7 ORE
ORB 168/20 FR HALL'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE
04484-O0OR
4S5 R-0864300
MATHIS SANDRA
FOREHAND SECOND ADDI
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 P(
31 & 5 ORB 90/326 F
JACKSON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE

O4556-OOSR
455 R-0874iO0 HX
STRICKLAND KARLTON (
S 26 T7 Rii 190.02 X.
FT LOT IN NORTH 1/2 0
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF NE/4
ORIG. GOV'"T LOT 14 OF
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE

04609-000R
*56 R-0880900.
LEWIS ALPhONSO
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBDO
35 Si/2 .OF LOT 11 ORE
610 FR EST..OF JOHN 8
LEWIS I '-- j
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE

04628-0OOR
457 R-08e2700
MC KAY RANCE HEIRS C
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD.
35 LOT 5
MAP #50A '


0O630-0R
458 R-0882900
GAINER MANSFIELD 8: CC
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD
PG35 LOT 12 ORB 75/69
MAP #50A.


04635-OSOR
459 R-0883500 HX
WHITAKER LINDA G.
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD.
35 LOT 7 ORB 119
LOWERY
MAP# 50A


.0637-0OOR
460- R-0883700
GAINER MANSFIELD
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD
35 N1/2 OF LOT 10
ORB 128/879 FR LEWIS
MAP# SOA


0*638-0OOR
46 R-0883800
GAINER JERRY
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD
35 S/2 OF LOT 10
MAP #EOA


O*6*0-ODOR
*62 R-0884000
MC KELVY POLLY, HEIRS
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD
35 LOT 20
MAP #5OA


O*6*8-DOOR
*63 R-088+700
HENDERSON KEITH
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
& 13
MAP #SOA


0*798-OOOR
*68 R-0902000 52)152,00
EVANS FRANK & CAESAR SPARKS
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 22 &
20
ORB 164/69* FR GARCIA
MAP# DOA
BLK 23


0482-000R
*69 R-0906200 HX 5166.28
S90.97 BRADFORD J C & CAROL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N/2 LOTS
SPG 2*" 26 ORB 149/883-88* FR
FT OF LEHARDY 8: ORB 1587483 FR
HARMS
BLK C (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
BLK C'
04867-OOOR
$282.,45 70 R-091i600 $5,935.89
FFCA/IPI 1984 PROPERTY CO.
I PG CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS
37 P 246S8 ORB 115/333 FR
SANDERS
MAP # 50A


04898-004R
471 R-0919900 HX
WORTHINGTON MARY
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT
W/2 OF LOT 19 ORB 87/874
MAP '#SOA


BLK 37


iX ROLL) 0*9*7-000R
.*72 R-0925100 HX S94.72
BODDYE RICHARD
5410.98 CITY:OF PORT ST. JOE S 1i0'FT
SA D OF E 46 FT OF LOT 27 8: S 100
6 FT OF LOT 29 ORB 170/272 FR
PARKER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
/ '
BLK C" 04987-000R
473 R-0929100 HX S26.177
LITTLE JAMES C. 8: DEBRA JONES
$291.96 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 7
ORB i20/1. FR BAXLEY
6 MAP# 50A
8 BLK 3

05027-000R
G 474 -R-0934400 SE8.*5+
SMITH.JOHN.A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT. 19
S55.24 ORB 164/929 FR SMITH
MAP #50A
TO BLK *6
N/2
0 GC 05043-000R
TON 75 R-0936100 HX S216.70
X ROLL) LAWDER HARRY IV 8: BARBARA
'CITY OF PORT ST..JOE LOT 12 8: -
W/2 OF LOT 1* ORB 100/386 FR
S78.69 LUNDY
MAP SEOA
TO BLK 47

'85 8: 05049-OOOR
*76 R-0936700 S679.88
(ROLL) LAWDER HARRY IV 8: BARBARA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 21
ORB 98/634 FR VA
S195.22 MAP # 50A

TO BLK 47
-OTS 05074-000R
-477 R-0940900 HX S2*0.87
HIEBER GEORGE E.
( ROLL) CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 11
& 12
MAP, #50A
ES60.19 BLK 50
EARLY
39 OSl19-OOOR
478 R-0948*400 HX SO55.27
RAFFIELD RONNIE ET UX
/457 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 2 8:
< ROLL) 4 ORB 101/633 QC FR RAFFIELD.
MAP# 0OD
BLK 61


05185-OOOR
479 R-0952000
RAFFIELD RONALD C.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ORB 111/967 FR HAMM
MAP #50D 0 ,. .,,"


05481-OOOR
491 R-0985900 HX
AMBROSE DAVID LEE ET U)
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UN:
2 LOT 10 ORB 78/344
MAP tEOD


05E4o-OOOR
492 R-0992200 HX
BOUINGTON OMA F.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UN:
4 LOT 5 ORB 76/1065
MAP 50D


0584-004R
493 R-0996700 HX
BURKETT CLARENCE EUGENE
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UN:
9 LOT 11 8: N/2 OF LOT i
MAP #50D


05591-005R


BLK 36 494 R-0997900 HX
WOOD RONNIE K 8: TAMELA:
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNI
S94.,94 9 LOT 12 ORB 133/355 FR
MAP #OD
T 17 8:


05637-000R
495 R-100000 S
GULF PINES HOSPITAL, IN
ST., JOSEPH ADDITION UNI
9 LOT 1 2.173 AC M/L BE
GULF PINES HOSPITAL ORB
128/398-99 FR PROVIDENT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE
05650-OOR
496 R-1006900
GAINNIE RUBY L
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UN]
9 LOT 2 ORB I1S/292-93
BIETENHOLZ
MAP# EOD
BLK


05690-000R
497 R-1025500
GANT ERNEST ET AL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
SLOTS 17 & 19 ORB 79)
MAP #50B


05694-OOR
498 R-1025900
BEWEY MARGARET
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE
LOT 22 ORB 92/352 F)
MAP #50B


05695-000R
499 .R-1026000
GIVENS SIDNEY 8: LET'
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 23 ORB 139-3-4
ET AL
MAP# 50B


05701-OOOR
500 R-1026800 HA
PITTMAN AMOS SR.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 30 32 ORB 98.
PETERS
MAP #50B


05703-000R
501 R-1027100
GANT CHESTER JR. 8:
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 2 ORB 75/571
MAP #50A


05716-OOR
502 R-1028500:
DAVIS ROSA' L.


S736.36

LOT 9


BLK 6E


S25.i96 05250-00OR
*80 R-0959800 S586.19
PG CRANFORD WILLIAM H &- RUTH P
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
S 1 LOT 13 ORB 162/14 FR PRICE
BLK B MAP#t OD I.. ,
S0 BLK 76

5271.11 05263-OOOR
EE 481 R-0961200 HX 560.68
MOORE DAVID WALTER
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.'
1 LOT 2
3LK B AP' #50#D
BLK 77

B248.97 05286-000R
482 R-0963500 HX 5397.32
PG CUMBIE JAMES W, JR. & SALLY AN
FR ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOTS 1 & 2 ORB 136/452 FR
HAMBY
.MAP# 5OA.
BLK 78

S53.96 053i3-OOR
483 R-0966200 HX 5227.22
PG RICHARDSON WALTER ALAN 8:
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
I LOTS 10 & i1 ORB 107/628 FR
REED (PARRISH)
B MAP #-50D
BLK 79


5123.34' 05345-000R
484 R-0969400 HX
PB i PG LOCKE BRONCIEL N.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION
I LOTS 3 & 4*
BLK B MAP #50A


5302.11 05352-OOOR
OF 485 R-0970100 HX
PB 1 PG BRAMTON LEE ROY
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION
i LOT 6
BLK B MAP #500.


5571.10'

UNIT NO.


BLK 82


564.56

UNIT NO,


BLK" 83


S2262,.09 05357-OOOR
z 4286 R-0970600 HX 5491.28
LOTS 11 LINTON AMANDA ROSE
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
i.W 6/7 OF LOT 11 UNREC,
BLK 3 AGREEMENT FR SMITH
MAP# 50D ;


04704-OOR
464 R-0890000 $297.53
LITTLE JAMES C.' 8: DEBRA'JONES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 27
8 29 ORB 160/79-FR LEWIS EST
MAP #50A
,BLK 11

04735-0OOR
465 R-0893300 S693.17
REED DAVID S.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 19 8:
NW .7 FT OF LOT 21 ORB 147/.95
FR STONE LESS NW.7 FT OF LOT
19 ORB 148/153 TO COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04752-0OOR
466 R-0895700 5,425.63
JOHNSON JAMES G. 8: WILLIAM H,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 13
ORB 139/158 FR SCOTT
MAP #50A
BLK 18

04765-002R
467 R-0897200 S251.11
LEHARDY FRANK "PETE"
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
N/2 OF LOT 28 BEING 85.03 FT
X 50 FT LOT REC'D ORB 122/720
FR HARTLEY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).


BLK '.83


05376-OOOR
*87 R-0972500 HX S43
POWELL JAMES P. & TAMMY T.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
I LOT I ORB 1i8/10i5 FR GAY
MAP #500
BLKI

05392-000R
488 R-097100 HX $13
NELSON EULON WAYNE ET UX
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOTS 20 8: 21
MAP #50DD
BLK E
0541-OSOR
489 R-0976200 HX S75
DAVIS RAYMOND D. 8: VICKIE L.
. ST JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
LOT 3
ORB 128/318 FR MC CROAN
MAP# SOA
BLK

05E62-OOOR
490 R-09S4000 572,
BRAGDON MATTIE L.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
LOT 20 ORB 113/964 FR BRAGDO,
BLK 90
MAP# SOD 8: 68C


3.75


SE252.27

IT NO.


BLK 91


05828-OOOR
5 14 R-104i1700
QUINN DESMOND
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 f
33 W 31 FT OF LOT 18
ORB 172/339 FR SMITH
MAP #49D


.54.1T40. OE583-OOOR
E1S R-104o200
IT NO. BYRD PORTIA LEE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 2 P
33 LOTS 30 8: 32
BLK. 98 MAP #49D


$590,73 05862-OOOR
E ET UX 516 R-104OS00
IT NO. CORBETT NAOMI 1% DORTHE
10 MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT I P
33 WESTERLY 25' FT OF L
BLIK 108 ORB 81/519 (LIFE ESTATE
MAP #49D

St28.97
L. 05866-000R
IT NO. 517 R-i045700
DAVIS. DANIELS GENE ET UX'
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 FP
BLK 109 33 LOT 10 ORB 81/519 8
MAP t#9D,

B2', 054.77
C, -. E05868-OOOR
:T NO. 18 i R-1 5900
:ING .:L14TON J. C. '& JOSEPH
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 P
33 LOT 2 ORB 127/81.6
TAX ROLL) FR CLAYTON
MAP# 90b
$ 5275.95 BLI:

IT NO 05889-00OR
FR S19 R-10+8200


120


j106.


37


JULIUS EDDIE 8: DIA
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT
6 & 4 7 LOT 28 ORB
FR PACE
MAP# .90D


E ORIG. 0589E-OOOR
/19 520 R-1048800
MOSLEY SUELLA
BLK .1001 MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT
33 LOT 2 ORB 165/1
GATHERS
S485,72 MAP# 49C'

E ORIG, -
R BEWEY 05900-000R
521 R-1049700
BLK 1001 LARRY R. C. 8: ANNI
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT
33 LOT 1 ORB 75/44
S143.59 MAP #49D
TIS A.
E ORIG ,
FR GIVENS 05907-00OR
522 R-1050300
HURLBURT MILES K.
BLK 1001 MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT
33 S 67 FT LOT 8 &
114/464-6 FR ST. J
74E5.7 E, DEV. CO,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL
E ORIG.
/907 FR 05907-005R
523 R-1050400
PITTMAN AMOS
BLK 1901 MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT.
8 LESS S 67 FT ORB
HURLSURT
S82.48 MAP# 49D
MAXINE
E~ ORIG, 0 35913-OOR
I524 R-los10 00 HX
BLK l0o2 DAWSON DARION A. 8:
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT
33 LOT 16 ORB 11S/1
S393.77 PETERS
MAP #49D


CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 18 ORB 120/523 FR LANGTON
/JACKSON (LIFE ESTATE RES.) .
MAP#'SOA '


05740-DOOR
503 R-031300 $844.84
GANT.CHESTER JR. 8: MAXINE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 31 ORB 93/3R6


MAP #58 .


BLK 1003


05741-OOOR
504 R-10314o00 584.29
BELL TISHIA L.
CITY OF'PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT i ORB 64/4S8
MAP #SOA .
BLK 1004

05776-000R
505 R-1035O000 5454.21
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 14) 16) 18, W/2 LOT 20
ORB 81/711 & LESS E/2
LOT'20 ORB 143/531 TO MILLER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05781-000R
50& R-1035500 5E8.59
WRIGHT OLA WILLIE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 23
MAP #50B
BLK 1005

05789-OOOR
507 R-1037200 SE8.9
STEP CHARLES,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
-LOT 5
MAP #5OA
BLK 1006

05791-000R
508 R-i03700 S5E8.59
MORNING BEN
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 8
MAP #SOA
BLK 1006

05796-0OOR
509 R-i037900 S34.69
BEWEY MARGARET
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
S/2 OF LOT 12
MAP #SOA
SBLK 106


05804-OOOR
510 R-i038700 $457.,
JONES LESA A. & RAY 0. LIKELY
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT ,20 ORB 124/552 FR JONES
EST. .
MAP# 50A
BLK 1006


S OE05819-000R
1 R-10*OD40 $393.43
LEWIS ALPHONSO
'5.32. MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i PB I PG
33 LOT ORB 151/609-611 FR
EST. OF JOHN 8: MARIE LEWIS
MAP# 49C
BLK i007
8S.
OE820-OO1R
2.25 512 R-1040600 HX S127.05
BRYANT ROBERT S 8:
1 MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i PB 1 PG
33 LOT 10 8: E 19 FT'OF LOT 8
ORB 161/35i FR JIM WALTER
HOMES INC.
97 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05821-001R
6.1i 513 R-i040800 5297.53
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
2 MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT PB i PG
N 33 LOT 13
MAP #9D
BLK 1007


05918-0OOR
525 R-10s1600
WALKER MCNAIR> PAT
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT
PGS 46 6& 47 LOT 5 C
FR WALKER
MAP #49D


.05931-OOOR
526 R-1053000 HA
BOONE CECIL R. 8: CO
MILLVIEW ADON UNIT
PGS 46 & 47 LOTS.8
ORB 135/460-6i FR E
ARMANDA BOONE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL

05952-000R
527 R-i055100 HkA
JULIUS DIANE P. ET
MILLVIEW ADDITION U
PB 1 PGS 46 t 497 LO
ORB 125/4 FR ROSA L
BYRD EST.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL

O.957-000R
528 R-1055600
BRYANT ROSALIND C
MILLVIEW ADDITION U
PB 1 PGS 46 & 47 LO
ORB 161/16 FR MARTI
MAP U#0A


05959-OOOR
529 R-1055800
JULIUS DIANE P.
MILLVIEW ADDITION U
PB 1 PGS *6 & 7 LO
108/986-7 FR BYRD H
MAP# EOA

05969-0OOR
.530 R-1056800
SIMS DAN EST. C/O MA
MILLVIEW ADDITION U)
.PB i PGS 46 8: 47 W/
MAP U#OA


06009-000R
531 R-1060600 HX
BEARD ROOSEVELT.
.MILLVIEW ADDITION UN
LOT 18 8 E/2 OF LOT
PGS 46 47
MAP# 50OA


0601-00OR
532 R-O6iiOO HX
MC GEE DELORES M
MILLVIEW ADDITION UN
LdT 24 PB i PGS 46 8
ORB 154/37 FR BRYANT
MAP# SOA


6 6025-000R
533 R-1062100
GANT CHESTER JR.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UN
LOT 4 PB i PGS 46 &t
MAP# 50A


06027-006R
534 'R-1062700 HX
JENKINS DONALD L. &S
MILLVIEW ADDITION UN
LOT 7 PB 2 PG 53 ORB
i101 FR ST. JOE FORE
MAP# 50A


06027-009R
535 R-1063000
JULIUS EDDIE JR
MILLVIEW ADDITION UN
LOT 10 PB 2 PG 53
ORB 163/203 FR JULIU
MAP# 50SO


06027-016R
$177.49 ? 36 "R-1063700 HX $160.82
HUNTER VERONICA
PB 1 PG' MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO, 3
LOT 17 PB 2 PG S3 ORB 130/977
FR ST, JOE FOREST PROD. CO.
MAP# 50A
BLK 1007 BLK 1020
06028-00OR
S521.71 537 R-1064100 HX $151.40
THOMAS VALERIE ANN 8:
PB i PG MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
PB 2 PG 53 LOT 1 ORB 171/61
GC FR JONES
BLK 1008 MAP# OA
BLK 1021

S357,57 06028-011iR
ER 538. R-106S000 HX 5229.14
PB 1 PG THOMAS MARY L,
LOT 14 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
TE) LOT 12 8: N/2 OF LOT 14 ORB
92/247 FR ST JOE LD 8: DEV CO
BLK 1009 PB 2 PG.53 8: ORB 127/1070 QC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

S118.28 06029-007R
539 R-1066100 HX S402.62
PB I PG WILSON. ROBERT L. JR. ET UX
612 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 9 8: S/2 OF LOT 7 PB 2 PG
BLK 1009 53
MAP# 50A
BLK 1022
.. 8.60
S ;06029-01R ,
B 1 PG 6 50 R-1'066700 HX S11'730
THOMPSON JEAN
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3,
-LOT 18 ORB 91/832 FR ST JOE
100o LD 'DEV CO PB 2 PG 53
MAP# 50A
B- LK 1022
S263.07


E


23 S/2 OF A DUPLEX ORB 10tO/536
BLK 1020 /'N(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


Th ta.PotSt na F,-hiaa


MA- 11 l i n---*ir Innia


_____


5


NA 0. 6 005i-OIOR -
2 PB 1 PGS 54 R-1070100 HX $265.,91
1 5/463 MARTIN.BILLY C & VERNIE R
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 14
BLK 1010 ORB 14/565 FR. QUICK
MAP#U O'A

SS155.53 06051-012R
5E2 R-1070300 HX 250.8E
i PsB PG WATKINS HARLEY L & MARY M
64 FR MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
PB 2 PG 53 LOTS 12
ORB 145/767 FR QUICK
BLK 1011 MAP#, 50A
BLK 1024

S241.09 06122-000R
EE MA E53 3 R-10784OQ 5225.01
i PB 1 PG STRIPLING"CLIFFORD
1 OAK GROVE SUBD .PB.i PG 12 LOT
9& W/2 OF LOT 7
BLK 1012 MAP #5A1A
BLK 2
06160-0OOR
5504.22 544 R-I081100 5328.97
..FUSELIER .DONNA E
I PB 1 PG OAK GROVE SUBD PB 1 PG 12 N
10 ORB 30 FT OF LOTS 16& 818
OSEPH LAND ORB 144/353 FR ENFINGER ET AL
MAP# S1A
SEE TAX ROLL) BLK 5

S06236-106R
..5296.52 5,5 R-1090600 5143.06
NO. LOT GULF AVIATION INC.
NO4/59 LOT S 25 T 8 R 11 .819 AC M/L
114/S69 FR BEING 218 FT ON CESSNA DR
ORB 1-2/993-997 FR COSTIN
AVIATION INC. & ORB 163/131-
.BLK. 1012 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06236-260R
GWENDO18133 R-1093500 199.8
GWENDOLYN RAFFIELD DANNY L.
1 PB.1 PG S 25 T 8 R 11 CAPE PLANTATION
.05 FR .(UNRECORDED) LOT 5 ORB
115/221-22 FR COSTIN DEV.
CORP.
BLK 1012 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06248-080R "' F.
5,59.9 54.7 'R-0'97300'-* f mSW f
& WJ.- TODD RICHARD.,L. 8:'DONNA"1. -'
NO 2 PB1 S 36 T 8 R 11 '3.2715 AC M/L
IRS 101/791 BEING PARCEL #2 REC'D IN ORB,
118/2-7 FR TODD.
SHAPU E2D
:BLK 10i.
06266-090R
548 R-1109300 $198.49
$330.20 SHERWOOD FURNITURE INDUSTRIES
)NNIE PHILON FEATHER SOUND
NO 2 PB 1 LOT i8 ORB 150/874-887 FR
:& HILL
ST. OF MAP# 19B.

SEE TAX ROLL) 06268-122R
'549 R-1121300 S1E2.9i,
LUNT ROGER W.
598.39 S 18 T 9 R I1
AL 51 X 106.76 FT PARCELi BEING
JNIT NO. 2 PARCEL A OF AN UNREC .SUBD.
)T 11 .ORB i23/149 FR MAY LESS ORB
.EE PACE (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

SEE TAX ROLL) 06268-124R
..;550 R-li21500 51E2.91
-LUNT ROGER W'
0.. 3,83 S 18 T 9 R il
51.04 X 10+.66 FT PARCELi
JNIT NO. 2 BEING S/2 OF LOT A OF UNREC.
)T 17 SUBD. ORB 156/178-179 QC FR
N (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'

BLK 1016 06268-252R
551 R-1123700 51i251.20
MARTIN JOHN F. 8: MARY J. ,
594.64 5 S 20 T 9 R 11 1.98 ACRES M/L
110.03 FT GULF FRONTAGE IN
NIT NO. 2 TRACT NO 29 ORB 133/633-34 FR
T 19 ORB AVERY 1/2 INT. MARTIN & 1/2
EIRS (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).

06268-552R
552 R-1126100 5762.88
S426.22 ANSLEY PATRICIA S
ARY SIMS S 6 T 9 R 11
NIT NO. 2 100 FT BAYFRONTi 355.735 "FT
2 OF LOT 2 ORB 167/258 FR COOLEY & ORB
167/2k4 FR COOLEY 8: 'ORB 167/
BLK 1017 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
06268-55SR
23.68 S53 R-11i26400' 5490.76
GARDNER JAMES E t8: ANN L
NIT NO. 2 S 6 T 9 R 11 .9620 AC M/L
16 PB 1 O50 FT BAY FRONT; 838.11 FT
DEPTH BEING TRACT 6
ORB 155/574-575 FR COOLEY
BLK 1018 MAP# 6A

06268-556R
5159.78 554 R-1126500 5265.53
ANSLEY PATRICIA
IT NO. 2 S 6 T 9 R 11
8: 47 98.99 FT ON CO RD 30-E; 4S8.74
FT DEPTH ORB 167/254 FR
COOLEY & ORB 167/248 OC FR
BLK 1018 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
06269-004R
$219.05 555.'. -1129700 "$1,487.36
WILSON DOROTHY C.
(IT NO. 2 SAN BLAST ESTATES PB 2 POS 20,
47 21 22 LOT 4 2.26 AC ORB
82/742 100 FT GULF FRONT
BLK 1019 MAP #19B
06269-006R
$152.45 556 R-1129800 52,803.95
SHELLY M. YIELDING O.B. & JOAN
IT NO, 3 SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS 20,
124/1100- 21 & 22 PORTION OF LOTS E5 6
ST PROD. & 7 DESCRIBED IN ORB 120/224-
226 FR CAPE SANDS, INC.
BLK 1020 MAPU 19B

06269-112R
593.39 557 R-113*700 5$1,194.56
RIZZA JOE A & ANNE Dt &
IT NO. 3 SAN BLAS ESTATES 27.79 FT ON
CO. RO. 30-E$ 186.E8 FT AV
S III DEPTH) BEING A PORTION OF LOT


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06269-120R
E58 R-134800 52. 277.49
CASO MARIA &8
SAN BLAS ESTATES 50.41 FT
GULF FRONTAGE BEING A PORTION
OF LOT 39 ORB 161/695 FR
M ACCORD
MAP #198

06269-300R
559 R-1135900 5331.21
BLASCHUM PATRICIA L ET AL
SAN BLAS ESTATES
122 X 160 PORTION OF LOT 2
ON SR 30 ORB 125/66 FR CAPE
SANDS INC.
MAP# 198


06269-314R
560' R-1137000 $969.33
PARKER ROBERT D 8: SYLVIA A
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2J-1
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAST
ESTATES SUBD. ORB 131/721-22
FR GREAT WESTERN BANK 8: ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06269-321R
561 R-1137700 529.56
SAMPLES RICHARD E. 8& ALYN
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2P-2:
A .PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
ESTATES SUBD. ORB 104/769
MAP# 19B
06274-004R
562 R-1142300 $182.91
WISE RICK 8& JOANN
S 14 T 9 R 11
BEING LOT 4
ORB 137/1002-3 FR TREASURE
SHORES. LTD.
MAP# S4

06274-007R
563 R-1142600 $152.91
HALL DENNIS C. 8: SANDRA K.
5 14 T 9 R 11
LOT 7 TREASURE BAY UNREC.
ORB 138/125-26 FR TREASURE
SHORES, LTD
MAP# .5

06274-036R
564 R-1145300 '5152,91
JOHNSON PHILLIP S.
S 14 T 9 R 11
BEING PARCEL iBA
ORB 138/327-28 FR BAYCO DEV.
CO. INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06274-043R
865 R-11*46000 .. S152.91
HALL DENNIS C. & SANDRA K.
S 14 T 9 R i1
BEING PARCEL 5
ORB 139/571-72 FR BAYCO DEV.
CO. INC.
MAP# 54

06274-044R
566 R-1146100 5152.91
HALL DENNIS C. 8: SANDRA K.
S 14 T 9 R 11
BEING PARCEL 6
ORB 138/907-8 FR BAYCO DEV.'
CO. INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06274-O110R
E67 R-1146700 5171.69
TODD RICHARD L.
.TREASURE BAY
LOT 1 ORB 136'1796-97 FR
TREASURE SHORES LIMITED
MBP# 54
BLK A


06274-135R
_68 R-1147200
D.NKS ENNETH L.
TREASURE BY
LOT-6 ORB 136/1020-2
TREASURE SHORES LIMIT
MNpPU 4


06274-170R
569 R-11ii7900
TODD RICHARD L.
TREASURE BAY
LOT 3 ORB 136/800-80
TREASURE SHORES LIMITED
JIAP# 54


06274-250R
570 R-1149500
CULLEN JOHN F ET AL
TREASURE BAY
LOT 10 ORB 143/883 FR
SHORES LTD
MAP# 54


06274-290R
571 R-1150300 HX
TODD RICHARD 8: DONNA.'
TREASURE BAY
LOT 18 ORB 140/563 FR
TREASURE SHORES LIMITED
MAP# 84


06276-005R
572 R-i151100
KARASKI STEPHEN.J.
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE
BAYSIDE TRACT 5 1,24 A
ORB 101/508-516 FR FLA
MORTG. PB 3 PGS. -24-,2
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06276-019R
573 R-11S2000
DANKS KENNETH
CAPE SAN BLAST GULFSIDE
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 24,) 2
8: 24C TRACT 19 1.92 AC,
83/525 & ORB 114/51*4-T
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06276-026R
S574, R-1152700
HARRISON ROBERT A
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE
BAYSIDE PB. 3 PGS 24. 2
& 24C LOT B OF TRACT 2
ORB 151/954 FR YATES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06276-058R
575 R-115_700
RAIM MICHAELE. & DARL
CAPE SAN BLAST GULFSIDE
DE LOT 8 & 9 OF TRACT
IFT BAY FRONT; 171.17 F
DEPTH ORB 134/238-42 F
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06276-062R
576 R-11i5900
LEE JAMES C JR 8: DOTTI
5 19 T 9 R 11 -
BEING UNIT A-2 OF SUNR
SUNSET TRACT 8 CSB GUL
BAYSIDE ORB 153/121 F
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06276-080R
577 R-i157200
ALCOCK DAVID 8: RENEE
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFIDE
BAYSIDE A PORTION OF
BEING LOTS A-1 8: A-2 0
561-63 FR YATES
MAP# 19B

06277-05OR
578 R-1158400
JONES TODD &- EDWARD
5 12 T 9 R 11
LOT 10 ORB 163/727 FR
SHORES LTD
MAP# 53
BLEK


06277-S05R
579 R-1158500
COLE VIOLA PARKER
S 12 T 9 R 11
LOT ii ORB 159/720 FR
TREASURE SHORES LTD
MAP# 53
BL
06277-060R
580 R-118600
HOLLY DEBRA ELLEN
S 12 T 9 R 11
LOT 12 ORB 162/481 FR
SHORES LTD
MAP# 53


BLK VI

06277-07SR
581 R-1158900
DOUGLAS VICTOR
S 12 T 9 R 11
LOT 1i ORG 151/230 FR
TREASURE SHORES LTD
MAP# 53
BLK V
06288-0 34R
582 R-11611SO
JONES JAMES E III .
S 22 T 9 R 11 132 FT BAY F
ORB 105/443 FR FARMER LES
ORB 166/238 8: ORB 166/239
HILL
MAP 35D

06288-035R
583 R-i161200
MARTIN CYNTHIA RIDELL 8:
S 22 T 9 R 11 66 FT GULF
FRONT; BEING W 66. FT OF E
OF E/2 OF ORIG LOT 2 ORB
983 FR NICKENS & ORB 136/'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA;

06288-510R
584, .R-1162300
AMERICAN BANKERS INSURANCE
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 2 ORB 153/987 FR JONE
MAP'# 35D

06288-565R
585 R-1163400
CROSS .ALTON W SR
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 13 ORB 139/894-96 FR S
BLAST BEACH DEV, CO.
MAP# 350D

06288-620R
586 R-i1650 OO
SHERWOOD FURNITURE INDUSTP
SAN BLAS. PLANTATION
LOT 24 ORB 149/406-407 FS
JONES
MAP# 35D

06288-635R
587 R-1164800
D.W.A. REALTY INC.
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 27 ORB 145/973-977 FF
JONES
MAP# 35D
06289-040R
-588 R-1166600 $51
BRITTLE PARK T. & PHYLLIS
S 22 T 9'R 11 400 FT BAY
FRONT) BEING W 300 FTLOF E
790.27 FT OF GOVT LOT 3 LY
N OF CO RD 30-E ORB 105/81
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX

06290-030R
589 R-1167500 51,
ODD MAN OUT PARTNERSHIP
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT # i
6 ORB-169/39 FR FHLM CORP
MAP# 35D
B


06291-005R.
S7 1 6 ( S90 R-1172400 s
171.69 TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFISIDE ESTATES, UNREC
- -F LOT 1 ORB 164/463 CT FR :
ED MwP# 35D .
BL 06291-Oi0R
BLK A R-1172500 5
.. TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
'S1i, ^ SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC
,171.69 LOT 2 ORB 164/463 CT FR C
MAPt# 35D
4 FR 06291-01R
'ED 592 R-1172600 5
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
BLK B SURFSIDE.ESTATES, UNREC
LOT 3 ORB 164/463 CT FR C
$5410.98" MAP# 35D
06291-020R
593 R- 172700 5
TREASURE TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC
BL.. C LOT 4 ORB 164/463 CT FR C
B MAP# 35D


$1,601,67 *06291-025R
594 R-1172800 .5
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK-OF
R SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC"
,ED LOT 5 ORB 164/463'CT FR CLI
MAP# 35D

BLK C 06291-030R
595 R-1172900 5$1,
$i1i85.25 TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
$15l'.'- ~SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 6 ORB 164/489 CT FR CL
8: MAP# 350

STITLE 8: 06291-035R
+A, 24B 8: 596 .R-1173000 512
TAX ROLL) TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES. UNREC,
LOT 7 ORB 164/489 CT FR CL
$713.28 MAP# 350D

A: 248 06291-04OR
A ORB 97 R-1173100 51)
SORB TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
rTA FR SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
TAX ROLL) LOT 8 ORB 164/506 CT FR CL
MAP# 350D
S $410.98 06291-04-R
598 R-1173200 s 51
: TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
6A, 24B SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.

8: ORB LOT 9 ORB 164/489 CT FR CL
TAX ROLL) MAP# 350
06291-05OR -
599 R-1173300 5S
Si,84:2.73 TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
-ENE D, SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
r: 8R AYSI LOT 10 ORB 164/463 CT FR
49; 190 CLERK
-T AV MAP#35D
R FL
TAX ROLL) 0629i-055R
600 R-1173400 5
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
$5,357.28 SURFSIDE ESTATES. UNREC,
E R LOT 11 ORB. 164/463 CT FR CL
MAP# 35DE
ISE/
FSIDE/ 06291-060R
R 601 R-1173500 $2
TAX ROLL) TRUSTMARK NATIONAL.BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 12 ORB 164/463 CT FR
410.98 CLERK
MAP# 35D
8:
LOT 26 06291-065R
RB 1*5/ 602 R-1173600 52
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES; UNREC,
LOT, 13 ORB 164/463 CT FR CL
MAP# 350
S168.30
06291-070R
603 R-1173700 $ S1
TREASURE TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK' OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 14 ORB 164/463 CT FR CL
VII MAP# 350


LK




TRE


TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
"92.3* SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC,
LOT *0 ORB 168/122 CT FR
CLERK
MAP# 35D

06291-205R
627 R-1176200 5i,366.81
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
34.66 SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC,
LOT 41 ORB 164/489 CT FR
CLERK
ERK MAP# 35D

06291-210R
628 R-1176300 51366.81
97,14 HIGHLAND TRUST
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
LOT 42 ORB 148/593-597 FR
ERK SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. INC.
MAP# 35D


06291-075R
S165830 60* R-1173800 Si197,1i
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNREC,
LOT IS ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
MAP# 3ED

VII 06291-080R
605 R-1173900 5236,01
$165.30 TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
*LOT 16 ORB 164/463 CT FR
MEASURE CLERK
MAP# 35D

06291-08SR
606 R-1174000 $292.34
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
s.3 *, SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
$165.30 LOT 17 ORB 164/463 CT FR
CLERK
MAP# 35D

06291-090R
607 R-1174100 5348.64
II TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
s507.63 SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 18 ORB 6t/463 CT FR
FRONT CLERK
S MAP# 35D
FROM 06291-095R
608 R-1174200 5386.16-
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
8329.11 LOT 19 ORB 164/489 CT FR
CLERK
MAP# 35D
230' '
n99/ 06291-io0R
93 609 R-1174300 51,019.61
X ROLL) TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 20 ORB 164/489 CT FR
5929,10 CLERK
E CO MAP#t 35D
ES 06291-iOSR
610 R-1174400 51)207.30
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES. UNEC. ,
5329'.86 LOT 21 ORB 164/500 CT FR
CLERK
MAP# 35D
SAN 06291-110R
611 R-1174500 S1205.95
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
U198,49 LOT 22 ORB 168/122 FR CLERK
RIES MAP# 35D
R 06291-iisR
612 R-i174600 S ,019.61
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF.
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC,
LOT 23 ORB 168/122 FT FR
S198.49 CLERK
MAP# 35D

R' 06291-120R
613 R-1174700 $386.16
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC,
LOT 24 ORB 164/463 CT FR
513.62 CLERK
W. MAP# 35D
06291-12SR
eING 614 R-1174800 $3 8.64
L6 FR L TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
ROLL) SURFSIDE ESTATES# UNRE,.
LOT 25 ORB 164/463 CT FR
CLERK
399.66 MAP# 35D

LOT' 06291-130R
S 61,- R-1174900 5290.99
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
ILK 1 SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 26 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
MAP# 35D
197.14
06291-135R
616 R-1175000 $S234.66
LEP': TRUSTHARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 27 ORB 164/463 CT FR ,CLERK
MAP# 35D
623 *66
06291-1-0R
617 R-1075E100 5197.14
LERK TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 28 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
MAP# 3ED
290.99
06291-145R
618 R-7175200 5197.14
LERK TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
ISURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 29 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
MAP# 350
347.29
06291-1iOR
-619 R--17S300 5236.01
LERK TRUSTMARk NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNRREC,
LOT 30 ORB 16*/489 CT FR
CLERK
384.8i MAP#'35D

06291-15R
ERK 620 R-i175O0 .290.99
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 31 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
018.26 .MAP# 35D

06291-i60R ,
LERK 62 R-ii75500 5347.29
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 32 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
205.95 MAP# 32

06291-165R
LERK 622 R-1175600 5384.81
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 33 ORB 16*/463 CT FR CLERK
20.9E MAP# 35D
06291-170R
ERK 623 R-7175700 $1i019.61
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNEC.
LOT'34 .ORB 164/489 CT FR
p18.26 CLERK
MAP 350D

.ERK 06291-175R
624 R-1175800 Sl,019.61
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
86.16 LOT 35 ORB 164/+89 CT PR
CLERK .
MAP# 3ED ;

06291-195R
625 R-1176000 51S366.81
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
47.29 LOT 39 ORB 168/122 CT FR
CLERK
MAP# 35D
ERK
06291-200R
626 R-1176100 $1,366.81


-0K BEING PARCEL ,"G"
ORB +B/680 FR -BARRIER DUNES
MAP# 5A
06345-347R
651 R-1202900 5179.72
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
47 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB .18/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# EA

0634E-3t8R
652 R-1203000 S179.72
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO,
4B BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# SA


06291-2iSR
629 R-1176400 $1j366.81
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 43 & 43A ORB 164/503 CT
FR CLERK
MAP# 35D
06291-220R
630 R-1176500 51)366.81
BELT LAND CORP
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC,
LOT 44 ORB 148/S58-562 FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC.
MAP# 35D
06291-225R
631 R-1176600 S1,365.46
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 5 .ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
MAP#:35D

06291-230R
632 :.R-1176700 S1368.6.6
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT.46 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
MAP# 35D

06291t-23ER
633 R-1176800 51i366.81
TRUSTMAR' NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 07 ORB i6*/4963 CT FR
CLERK-
MAP# 35D0
''062900R
634 R-1177700 5638.25
RAFFIELD DANNY L.
S 22 T 9 R 11.196.23 FT BAY
FRONT; 503 FT DEPTH M/L, ALSO
SUBMERGED PARCEL TO BULKHEAD
LINE 2564,16 FT AV DEPTH ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06320-002R
635 R-lii800 51)232.10
GOWEN THOMAS B.
S 24 T .9 R 11 100.32 FT GULF,
FRONTS 538 FT DEPTH M/L BEING
LOT 2 ORB 83/799 FROM
COSTABELLA
MAP# BsD

06320-004R
636 R-1i81iO0 $211ii.56
CROSS GRACE E.
S 24 T 9 R li 50.18 FT LOT ON
CO RD 30; 170.28 FT DEPTH ORB
109/104 FR,CAPITAL COASTAL
CONTRACTORS) INC,
*MAP# 54D

06320-02SR
637 R-18S2400 1,)335.89.
MARTS THAYER M.
524 T9 Ri. 37.5 FT GULF
FRONTAGE *05 FT AVE. DEPTH
BEING TRACT 3 OF 3 OF LOT 10
ORB 95/768.FR CAPITAL COASTAL
-(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
06321-675R
638 R-1189300 $293.69
OSWALD JAMES R
GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION
LOT 36 ORB 166/954 OC FR
PENN ENTERPRISES
MAP# 54D
BLK A

06322-002R '
639 R-190800 $1i230.75
NEWMAN GEORGE S SR
S 24 T 9 R 11 1.24 AC M/L
100.02 FT GULF FRONT;$ 51 FT
DEPTH M/L ORB 172/332 FR' CROSS
MAP# 5mD

06345-052R
640 R-1195110 S1,79.88
CIALELLA EDWARD & ROSEANN M
S36 TB Ri2 2.2 AC M/L 130'
GULF FRONTi 738.5' AV 'EPTHJ
ORB 173/90i FR COSTIN ET AL

063*5-053R
441 R-1195l20 S1,7l9.88
SALTZBURG MICHAEL C & WENDY W
S37 T9 Ri2 2.3 AC M/L 130'
GULF FRONT; 740.5' AV DEPTH
0RB'173/906 FR COSTIN ET AL

063*5-05WR
642 R-1195130 S2..28.27
SUMMERS WALTER J AND
S36 TS Ri2 219 AC M/L 180'
GULF FRONT 75415' AV DEPTH
ORB 173/911 FR COSTIN ET AL
06345-07R
643 R-11954+00 52699.93
MALOY MIKE
S 36 T 8 R 12 8.75 AC M/L
419.46 FT BAY FRONT) 1837.8
2 FT AVG DEPTH ORB 127/711-
12 FR GILMORE & LESS .25 AC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0634*-076R
6* R-1195E00 51003.86
SUMMERS JACK 8 MIKE MALOY
S 36 T 8 Ri2 .25 AC M/L
100.04 X 110 FT PARCEL ON SR
30E ORB 129/267-9 FR HANNON
ET AL & ORB 159/201 1/2'INT FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06345-08R .
645 R-195800 "575,.20
MIKE MALOY ET AL
S 36 T 8 R 12 .85 AC M/L
75 FT BAY FRONTAGE; 509.85
ORB 142/819-21 O0 FR MALOY
ET AL
MAP# SD

063*8-337R
646 R-1201600 $2,)2.6
HAAS MARSHALL H. ET AL
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 34
ORB 19/8*9 FR BARRIER DUNES
CORP.
MAP# EA .

063*5-337R
6*7 R-1201900 S179.72
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
37 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 1l8/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# A
06345-338R
6*8 R-1202000 5179.72
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
38 .'.BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 1l8/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAPtt 5A

063*+-339R
69, R-1202100 $179.72
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
39. BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 1*8/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# LA

063*8-3*OR
650 R-1202200 5179.72
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNTI NO.


FR FLOWERS
MAP# LA
PARCEL "E"

06345-417R
673 R-1209900 S10'+.65
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGESOF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 1 ORB 148/680
MAP#5 EA
PARCEL "J"

06345-418R
674 R-1210000 $104.65
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 2 ORB 148/680
MAP# EA
PARCEL "J"


06345-349R
653 R-1203100 5179.72
HIBISUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
49 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# EA

0634E-350R
654 R-i203200 S179,72
HIBISUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO,
50 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# SA

06345-370R
655 R-1205200 $106.00
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 17 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "A"

06345-37iR
656 R-1205300 5106.00
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT.S18 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "A"

-06345-372R-
657 R-1205400 5106.00
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER'
DUNES LOT 19 ORB 1i8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "A"

06345-373R
658 R-1205500 5106.00
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC'
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 20 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "A"

06345-378R
659 R-1206000 481.37
ALLIED HOLDINGS PARTNERSHIP
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 145/192-197
FR BARRIER DUNES DEV CORP,
MAP# SA
PARCEL "B"
06345-383R
660 R-1206500 5481.37
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "C"

06345-384R
661 R-i206600 S- 81.37
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES .LOT 5 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "C"

06345-385R
662 R-1206700 5481.37
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 1 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAPt EA
PARCEL "D"

0&345-386R
663 R-1206800 5*81.37
HIBISCUS-BV-THE-SEW INC
CLASSIC COTTMGE5 OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 2 ORB 1i 8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# LA' S
PARCEL "D"

06345-388R
664 R-i207000 S481.37
SAR HOLDINGS INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 162/396 FR
MATTINGLY
MAP# SA
PARCEL "D"

06345-389R
665 R-1207100 5481.37
SSARA HOLDINGS INC
'CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 5 ORB 162/396 FR
MATTINGLY
MAP# LA
PARCEL "D"

06345-392R
666 R-1207400 $481.37'
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 8 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS

06345-394R \
667 R-1207600 $481.37
RUDNICK JAMES N
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER,-
DUNES LOT 10 ORB 148/632-633
FR BARRIER DUNES DEV. CORP.
MAP# SA
PARCEL "D"

06345-395R
668 R-1207700 S481.37
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT.11 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP EAA
PARCEL "D"

0634*5-399R
669 R-1208100 5199.84
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-5EA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "E"

0634*-400R
670 R-1208200 5199.84
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 5 148/680-692 FR
FLOWERS
MAPt EA
PARCEL "E"

0634-4*01R
671 R-1208300 5199.84
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 6 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "E"

06345-402R
672 R-1208400 5199.84
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 7 ORB 148/680-692


(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'

06351-074R
696 R-1235900 HX $331.i49
BURGESS JEFFREY MORET
CAPE BREEZES
A PORTION OF LOT 63, AN UNREC.
PLAT SUBD. ORB 126/801
MAP# 6A

1992 TAXES
.06345-880R
697 R-1205710 $285.37
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
F-13 SECLUDED DUNES ORB 148/
680 FR LANGDON FLOWERS
MAP# LA


06345-419R
675 R-1210100 $104,.65
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 3 ORB 148/680
MAP# A",
PARCEL "J"

06345-420R
676 R-1210200 5104.65
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 148/680
MAP# EA
PARCEL "J"

06345-421R
677 R-1210300 5$104.65
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 5 ORB 148/680
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "J"

06345-430R
678 R-1211200 $51.654.04
MC INTOSH GEORGE C.
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 130
ORB 122/287-88 FR BARRIER
S.DUNES DEV. CORP.
MAP# LA

06345-44OR
679 R-1212200 S198.49
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES PARCEL "J" .341 AC M/L
ORB 148/680-692 FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A

0634E-441R
680 R-i212300 5198.49
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES PARCEL "G" .151 AC M/L
ORB 148/680-692 FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A

06345-442R
681 R-1212400 5198.49
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES PARCEL "H" .135 AC M/L
ORB 148/680-692 FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A

06349-465R'
682 R-I213200 $1 5431.99
MC INTOSH GEORGE C. AS TRUSTEE
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 165
ORB 122/293-94 FR BARRIER
DUNES DEV. CORP. 8: ORB 140/934
-3 FR MC INTOSH
MAP# LA

06345-632R
683 R-1216300' 51i662.42
ELLIS JAMES L. & VIVIAN J,
SEACLIFF UNIT 2 BLDG A
ORB 12/44+3-*4 FR ALLIANCE
GROUP
MAP#'5A

06345-635R
684 R-1216600 51662,42
GRANT JAMES W. 8: GRADY', W.
SEACLIFF UNIT 5` BLDG A
ORB 116/370 FR ALLIANCE GRO
UP MAP# A
BLDG A.

06345-638R
685 R-1216900 51,662.42
CUNNINGHOM GENE.R
SEACLIFF UNIT 2 BLDG B
ORB 121/964-65 FR HLLI.N.:E
GROUP
MAP# EA

0634E-BS0R
686 R-1119400 1,-3,.01
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC-
S 25 T 8 R 12
F-13 SECLUDED DUNES
-ORB 148/68v FR LOwEPRS
MAP# EA .. -

06346-OOER
687 R-1220100 HX 4955.71
SUMMERS WALTER J 8 CHERYL W
S 36 T 8 R 12
LOT 1 SANDBAR BAY SUB' UNREC
ORB 166/77 CWD FR MALOY
,MAP# 5D.

06346-035R
688 R-1220700 $195.62
MALOY MIKE
S 36 T 8 R 12
LOT 7 SANDBAR BAY SUB) UNREC
ORB 153/854 GC FR HANNON 8:
STUBBS
MAP#* 5D

06346-04RER
689 R-1220800 S194.27
BELLE BELINDA FAYE
S 36 T.S R 12
LOT 9 SANDBAR BAY SUB. UNREC
ORB 160/948 AA FR MALOY ET AL
MAP# ED

06346-055R
690 R-1221000 5194.27
PEACOCK BILLY YON
S 36 T 8 R 12
LOT ii SANDBAR BAY SUB, UNREC
ORB 161/107 FR MALOY ET AL
MAP# SD

06349-033R
691 R-1223900 HX '51,637.73
COMBS GLEN F 8: JUANANA G
PENINSULA ESTATES A PORTION
OF TRACT 1 BEING 79.33 FT ON
SR 30E) 168.74 FT AVG DEPTH
LOT #103 ORB 100/263 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

063499-115R
692 R-1226800 5203.59
KERBY MELVIN R. & BOBBIE >J.
PENINSULA ESTATES PB 3 PG 11
LOT 3 OF AN UNREC PLAT
. DIVIDING TRACT 3 ORB .113/614
FR MEREDITH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06349-25ER
693 R-1228300 5888.23
MC KNIGHT PAUL J. III
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3
PG 1i LOT E OF TRACT 5
ORB 134/708 FR COMBS
MAP# SD

06349-256R
694 R-1228400 5186.30:
CHESTER E. WINSTON & GAIL G.
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3
PG 11 LOT 6 OF TRACT 5
ORB 134/905 FR COMBS
MAP# SD

06351-060R
695 R-1234800 $23E.51
HARMON SUSAN 8: CRAIG
CAPE BREEZES BEING LOT 60 IN
AN UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION OF
LOT 24 ORB 19/274-275 FR
OUARLES III