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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 25, 1995
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1995


Honoring War Dead

Port St. Joe will honor
Gulf County's Veterans' with
several activities scheduled
from Saturday through Mon-
day.
Saturday the annual Bud-
dy Poppy sale will be con-
ducted by the veteran's of
foreign wars, John C. Gain-
ous host 10069. The Poppy
sale is an annual activity of
the VFW and is designed to
draw attention to the vete-
rans who paid a terrible price
in past wars. The sale Vlo-
quently reflects a desire to
"honor the dead by helping
the living".
MEMORIAL SERVICES
As a solemn reminder of
the men from Port St. Joe
and Gulf County who died in
battle, St. Joseph's Bay
Chapter NSDAR will honor
their memory in a short cer- ,
emony Monday morning at
10:00 a.m.
The ceremony will be bull
around the placing of a
wreath at the base of the vet-
eran's monument in front of
the Gulf County Courthouse.
In doing so they honor the
memory of the men from all
five services who fought so
valiantly in all the wars of
the nation.
MEMORIAL DAY
Memorial service will be
held later in the morning in
front of the City Hall con-
ducted by the John C. Gain- .
ous. Post 10069 VFW and.A
the Ladies' Auxiliary to hon-
or the fighting men of our
nation.
The memorial service will
begin at 11:00 a.m. with Da-
vid Kelley as the guest In the photo above, Mayor Frank Pate is shown signing a proc.
speaker. The services are be- lamation to declare officially this weekend as Poppy side and vete-
ing- conducted for the gener- -ran emphasis-in Port'St. Joe. Richard-S. Seefeldt; Senior Vice Com-
al public and all veterans of mander of John C. Galnous V.F.W. Post #10069, is shown with
the county. Pate. 4


Diplomas, Awards


Given to Graduates


n Wewa Friday

Lori Layton, Misty Loftin, Are
Recognized for Highest Grades


Wewahitchka High School
graduated 51 seniors in a ceremo-
ny held before a packed gymnasi-
um Friday evening. Walter Wilder,
Superintendent of Schools award-
ed diplomas to each of the gradu-
ates. he was assisted by Sherry
Herring, senior English teacher.
Two students, Lori Layton
and Misty Loftin, who were the
students with the highest GPA's
and scored significantly on the
college aptitude tests will be nom-
inated to the Department of
Education as Florida Academic
Scholars.
Twenty students received var-
ious scholarships with Miss
Layton receiving the most due to
her academic excellence, She
received the Rollins College
Presidential award, of $5,000,
Florida Student.Assistance Grant
of $1,000, Machinist Union Local
1435 $500, Arizona Chemical
$250, Gold Card British
Literature, Calculus, Chemistry
and Foreign Language, each
worth $100, Gold Card Scholar
$150, and National Honor Society
$25.
Miss Loftin received a $2,000
honors- scholarship from Gulf
Coast Community College, a
$1,000 Gulf County.Junior Miss
scholarship and $125 award as
the State Junior Miss Scholastic
Achievement.
Mike Greene received the sec-
ond highest monetary award with
a $6,000 scholarship to Marion
Institute and a $25 National
Honor Society award.
Others receiving awards were:.
Jolene Carithers Cleckley
Enterprises $300 and NHS $25;
Corrina Copeland GCCC leader-
ship $700 and NHS $25; Tammy
DeMille GCCC leadership $700;
Shanna Forehand Wewahitchka
Ambulance Service $500; Tommy
Gaskin Wewahitchka Optimist


Club/Haney Vo-Tech $500;
Beatrice Hancock McGlon memo-
rial $50; Colin Hutchinson Troy
State Band $2,100 and Wewa
Band Boosters $250; Kelli Jones -
City of Wewahitchka $250, Gator
Backers $250 and NHS'$25;
Cindy Jordan Woman's Club
(See WEWA GRADS on Page 3)


Clerk Maloyi,
Resigns Post
The City Commission of Port
St. Joe received a surprise resig-
nation of City Clerk Jim Maloy in
a special, session called Friday af-
ternoon. :
Maloy tendered his resignation
to the Board citing personal rea-
sons for resigning and expressing
a desire to follow another voca-,
tion.
He said he had decided to ac-
cept an entirely different direction,
in the private sector and would
be leaving his city post immedi-
ately,
The Commission expressed
disappointment over Maloy's deci-
,sion and unanimously agreed to
elevate assistant clerk Pauline
Pendarvis to the post as acting
clerk. -


Hazardous Waste

Citizens Dispose of Record Amount
Solid Waste Director Joe Danford said this week. Gulf
County citizens answered the call to bring in hazardous
waste materials for proper disposal Saturday in record num-
bers.
Over 116 individuals brought a complete truck load of
everything from old spent aerosol cans to containers of gas-
oline and cleaning fluids to the two collection centers which
were set up in the county Saturday to receive items which
are considered as hazardous in the state of Florida. The ma-
terials cannot be handled by local waste disposal methods or
means and must be transported to various hazardous waste
disposal centers in the United States.
Bob Pitts who operated the portal disposable unit which
came to Gulf County out of Leon County, said the material
collected here would be distributed to sites from south Flori-
da to North Dakota. Pitts said, "Different substances are
sent to different disposal areas. It costs a lot of money to
dispose of these products properly which the county has to
bear."
Danford said the collection volume this year was about
double what it was last year. "We cleaned out everything the
County and School Board had stockpiled from their own op-
erations as well as what private individuals brought in to the
collection point," he said.
As the materials were brought in they were segregated
into a half dozen different categories. Some were placed in
capped drums and others in special containers before being
loaded on theruck for transportation. A collection point
was set up in both Wewahitchka and Port St. Joe for Satur-
day's Amnesty Day.


Gulf Taking Charge



of Ambulance Service

Setting Up New System to Cover South

Gulf County's Needs to Improve Service
At high noon Monday, July 31, South Gulf County ambulance service will be back .in the hands of the Gulf
County Board of Commissioners. The Board unanimously voted to take South Gulf County's ambulance coni-
tract from Gulf Pines Hospital and take over management responsibilities themselves.
Contract negotiations between the two parties have been under way for the past several weeks trying to
iron out a rift over back-up ambulance crew availability and the county getting a look at the hospital's records
concerning ambulance run Information and indigent care.
"They simply have not fulfilled their contract.' said Commissioner Billy Traylor, a charge echoed by each
member of the Board with the
consensus being the move was in
the best interest of the county, "
Commissioner Warren Yeager
noted the Board intended to'make
every effort to insure the transi- G Ms
tion was as smooth as possible
ready to step in and run the ser- M o st
vice."


"I've got no complaint with
the primary service," stated
Comm. Nathan Peters. Jr. ex-
plaining that the failure to provide
adequate backup crews when the
primary crew was in service was
what concerned him.
Board chairman Michael
Hammond followed stating. "The
Board has no plans to change the
primary advanced life support
staffR" but felt the Board had a lot
of work to do over the next 67
days to get ready for the takeover.
,,The group appointed ,a com-
mittee consisting of Don Butler,
Larry Wells and Bobby Plair, with
Board Chairman Michael Ham-
mond sitting in, to work out the
transition and secure personnel
to operate the squad. Bobby Plair
told the Board he already had a
commitment from seven or eight
EMTs and 25 drivers to man the
service, coupled with a list of 15
names of-persons who said they-- -
would take the EMT class to
secure their certification.
The service will be operated
out of the old ambulance building
located adjacent to the Gulf
County Courthouse complex.
Gulf to Join Lawsuit
Gulf County is joining Holmes
and Washington counties in their
lawsuit against the State of
Florida Department of Commun-
ity Affairs for their allocation of
federal disaster relief funds
awarded following flood damage
incurred as a result of Tropical
Storm Alberto.
Gulf has been totally left out
of the allocation of any portion of
the $43 million given to the state
by HUD for disaster relief. Gulf
County was not even invited to
participate in negotiations for the
funds when it was one of the
counties in the state which were
hardest hit by flood waters.
The primary bone of con-
tention by the Commission is the
fact Gulf was declared a disaster
(See AMBULANCE on Page 3)'


Honor Grads Ever

Alice Kennington and Missy Nobles
Garner Awards For Highest GPA's
Port St. Joe High School dent's college education.
awarded diplomas to 110 gradu- Miss Kennington and Miss
ates Monday evening in com- Nobles garnered the lion's share
mencement ceremonies in the R. of the awards presented at com-
Marion Craig Coliseum. The mencement'based upon their aca-
Class of 1995 eclipsed the records demic .achievement. Miss Ken-
set last year by the Class of 1994, nington received the Kiwanis Club
ps they had the greatest number Outstanding Girl award, Kiwanis
of high honor and honor gradu- Math award, Wewahitchka, State
ales in the history of the school. Bank American gold eagle, $500
The Class of '95 had 15 graduat- American Legion award, $500
ing with high honors and 21 with cash George G. Tapper
honors. Thirty three percent of Scholarship, Gold Card highest
the graduates had maintained at GPA, GCCC Honors $1,000 per
least a "B" average during their year. Pre-Calculus and Florida
high school career. Gold Seal scholar.
According to Principal Wes Miss Nobles earned the W. R.
Taylor 83 percent of the class will jilfry Tapper) Award, -the $tM00
attend an insTtiuonr of higher C. Leonard Belin Lions Club
learning in the fall, and four per- Scholarship, Kiwanis Club
cent will enter vocational/techni- Science award, Wewahitchka
cal school. Ten percent will enter state Bank American gold eagle,
the military and three percent $300 Junior Miss scholarship,
said they will enter the work force $500 Grace Baptist Church
immediately following graduation, scholarship, Gulf Coast Corn-
High honor graduates Alice munity College $1,000 annual
Kennington and Missy Nobles, honors scholarship, Gold Card
who had the highest GPA's award and the Florida'Gold Seal.
respectively of their class deliv-
ered the commencement address- OTHER AWARDS
es with the class theme "Yester- Other students receiving
day we thought about where we awards were:
would be today; today we think Mike Wear Kiwanis Club
about where we will be tomor- Outstanding Boy, Band Boosters
roW." ndl,4 e-drrman R Dea n Scholar-


Eighteen-the most in school
history-earned the Florida Gold
Seal award presented by the,
Florida Department of Education.
The award is based upon the stu-
dents completing a rigorous busi-
ness curriculum, Typing I, Typing.
I, Microcomputer Application and
Accounting, all dual enrollment
courses with Gulf ,Coast
Community College and main-
taining a B+ average in those sub-
jects. The award is worth up to
$2,000 per year toward the stu-


ship, Florida Academic Scholar,
PRIDE award in both science and
social studies and GCCC honors
scholarship;
Michelle Wisdahl $250 Band
Boosters, Florida Academic
Scholar and PRIDE award in
three subjects, math, science and
social studies, Gold Card award;
Heather Hanson $1,000
Rotary Club. scholarship, $200
Junior Miss scholarship and Gold
(See PSJ GRADS on Page 3)


Castledra Watts with Gulf County's Solid Waste Department examines, with Bob Pitts of
the Leon County Collection Unit, some of the hazardous material turned in Saturday after-
noon on Amnesty Day.


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THE STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1995


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Hunker Down with Kes


by Kesley Colbert


WE'RE BEGINNING THE finest time of the year over the next
two or three weeks; especially here in Florida. We who live here
in the nation's vacation land are especially cognizant of the op-
portunities offered. us during the next several months when the
entire nation wishes to go on vacation, or is actually on vacation.
The word "vacation" was just made for summer and the beaches,
whether or not you actually go there. The word "beaches" seems
to serve as a magnet to attract all people who have a week or two
free to enjoy themselves.
It's nice living here in the vacation mecca of the southeast. It
seems all roads throughout Georgia, Alabama and north Florida
lead here and everyone knows where this part of Florida is locat-
ed and at least have plans to come here sometime during the
summer.
SUMMER VACATION TIME causes an explosion of activity
here whether we want it to, or not. We see strangers walking the
streets every day. Automobile tags from as many places as there
are tags from Gulf County dot the landscape.
In spite of ourselves, playing hosts to vacationers has be-
come a major part of our summer activity. Business houses wel-
come vacationers and the spurt of business they provide for lo-
cal stores. Property owners welcome the chance to rent property
and sell real estate. We heard a realtor say the other day that for
the first time since he has been in business, he has no property
to show adjacent to the/water.
WE'VE BEEN DISCOVERED! If you 'don't believe it, just take
a trip 200 or 300 miles north. We stopped at a service station in
Lumpkin, Georgia a couple of years ago and had the attendant
question us about -things along the beach. They owned a week
end cottage near Beacon Hill and come down every chance they
get in the summer.
Likewise, we were securing a ticket on a sight-seeing bus at
Callaway Gardens two days before New Years and the attendant,
making conversation, asked where we were from. We told him
and he exclaimed, "Port St. Joe! I come to the Beaches at Indian
Pass several times a year!"
So no longer are we the "Forgotten Florida"; we're main-
stream! Get'ready for summer visitors!



Potent Adversaries
IT'S A SHAME the state of Florida has to be the adversary of
some of its hardest working citizens; citizens who ask nothing of
the state except to be allowed to work and make an honest living
for himself and his family. It's a shame the state of Florida
should feel it has to pay thousands of dollars trying to prove
these same honest and hard-working citizens are attempting to
circumvent the law in following a profession they have followed,
with honor, for centuries, at least.
The state of Florida saw fit to hire some high-priced attor-
neys in order to prove that nets developed by shrimpers would
fail to comply with new laws they were totally against anyhow;
were not acceptable to the state. Even the agencies appointed to
guide and help them--an agency the fishers suggested be
.formedd4?ij.,the first plape-should be lined up against these citi-
zens as" adversariesIs regrettable.'
BUT SUCH IS THE case. The bay shrimpers of Apalachicola
and Port St. Joe came up with a solution to allow them to con-
tinue to work, earning a living, and the state of Florida opposed
them. The Florida Marine. Commission, an appointed agency
joined-in opposing the shrimp boat operators. The agency should
have been trying to help the shrimpers find a middle ground un-
der which they could operate, rather than trying to .cut them
down!
The people who, shrimp for a living, providing us, with the
tastiest morsels known to man, other than chocolate, and Flori-
da and the Marine Fisheries Commission said "no!" One would
think the members, of the Marine Fisheries .Commission own
stock in South American, Mexican and oriental shrimp produc-
ers!
SHRIMPERS DO NOT WANT a hand-out; which is strange
in this "gimmie" society of ours. The state of Florida has even
funded a program to compensate-the shrimp operators. They
have opted to continue working and financing their own TV sets,
cars, homes, groceries...
If the shrimp operators are interested enough, in earning
their own living with no state hand-outs, we say the Florida Ma-
rine Fisheries and the state should just back off, encourage inge-
nuity and if they .need any help in working this thing out, be
ready to help rather than pay some high-powered attorneys to
hinder their efforts.


Who Turned Off The Air?


I don't know if I've ever told
you how "cool" I was in high
school. I had let my hair grow out
to almost an inch' and was work-
irig on a mini ducktail in the
back. My Levi's were pegged. My
shirt collar was up-. My loafers
, had the penny "tail side up". And
I had practiced until I had all my
lines down perfect-"Right on",


'Yo". "Far Out!". "I can dig it".
We're talking about Mr. Cool
personified here. And I wasn't
alone. Ricky, Yogi, Buddy, Jim
Bob-man, like they had it, too.
You dig? I reckon by our senior
year we were near 'bout running
the school. And, when we got'
down to the week before graduia-
Lion-well, nothing could touch
us.
"Man, I'll be glad to blow this
place."
'You said it!"
"I've had it up to here with all
their rules and regulations."'
"I wonder who old man John-
son is going to harass after we're
gone."


"Boy. is he a pain."
'Yeah. I bet he makes his
daughters salute before he puts
them to bed at nighL"
"And he's making them re-
peat after him, 'Get that educa-
tion, Wfs the most important thing
you will ever do in life. It sets the
foundation for all that will come
afterwards."' Yogi had pursed his
lips and was talking through his
nose-he sounded just like Mr.
Johnson.
I. wonder how many times a
day he gives that speech."
"He's so dumb, that's all he
can say."
'Well, let's give him credit, he
can also say, 'Lunch is over, get
back to class.'"
We laughed. The bell had
rung five minutes ago and Mr.
Johnson was coming across the'
cafeteria toward us. We eased our
chairs back and stood up. But
not too fast mind you. You can't
rush cool.
"Lunch Is over, you boys get
back ... "
'We gotcha, Mr. J." We am-


bled toward Miss Polly Rucker's
English class.
Boy howdy. It's great being
top dog!
Miss "Spolly" was taking up
books and almost crying. 'You'd
think she was going to miss us."
Miss "Spolly" was one of the bet-
ter ones. If it hadn't been for
Hamlet and all thos book reports
she'd almost be huran.
"Do you think we'll miss this
place?" Buddy was looking
through all; the books, hoping to
locate, by some sort of miracle, a
book he'd last seen in December.
"Are you kidding?"
'You nuts!"
"That's all we've been trying
to do for years-get out of this
concentration camp." .
S"I'm tired of everyone telling
me what to do."
"And when to do it!"
"And how to do it!"
"Hey, they ought to let us
teach them!"
We quickly and firmly
(See KESLEY on Page 3)


Pomp 4and Circumstance
Seniors marched to receive their "sheep skins" in Gulf
County this past weekend. Alice Kennihgton with Port St.
Joe's highest GPA shows off some of her awards.


We've Finally Realized Just Who Is Training Whom


WE HAVE A misunderstand-
ing at our house which didn't
start out that way. Actually, it
has just dawned on me and in-
vaded the empty recesses of my-
totherwise perceptive brain that
the misunderstanding actually
occurs. .
It's a common enough misun-
derstanding; one that many fami-
lies have experienced, not know-
ing they had the problem. You
were probably like me-laboring
under the wrongful impression
that you were fully in control
when actually you were not.
t I don't know how this hap-
pened. I just happened to realize
that matters had degenerated to
the point beyond any return at
some point in time I failed to real-
ize'. I believed I was in charge. I
was convinced I was in charge. I
was allowed to have the impres-
sion that I was in charge.

FIVE MONTHS AGO, we had
a puppy introduced into our


ETAOIN SHRDLU


By Wesley Ramsey


household. The puppy was a min-
iature poodle. She was all black
with a smattering of white, when
we got her. She had the misfor-
tune, for training purposes, to be
a real cute little puppy with man-
nerisms which delighted everyone
who came in contact with her.
Just right for spoiling
She loved everybody; espe-
cially anyone who would rub her
stomach, talk to her, pick her up
and cuddle her. She was a "per-
son" dog. We brought her to work
during her .tender months; the
easier to "train" her. Therein lies
our misunderstanding; with that
word "train".


Oh, we religiously' took
"'Smudge'' for a little walk several"
times each day until it dawned
upon her that the walk was close-
ly associated and a-kin to some of
the more regular and natural:
functions she would ,experience,
daily, all her life. The walks were
supposed to be a sensitive and
necessary part of her training.
Now she yaps and whines un-.
til she gets to take a walk.
In the period of time she
spends at our home, in the prox-
imity of a couple of rooms covered
in a light beige carpet, Smudge
came up with a couple of actions


, she devised on her own, if we fail
to "walk" when she deems it nec-
- essary. Although, admittedly, her
extra curricular notices have.be-
Scome less frequent as she has
aged. Could it be, -she is getting
more "trained" as time passes by?

HOW DID SHE get the name,
S'smudge"? I know you didn't ask,
but I'll tell you anyhow. It's be-
cause she looked like a little
smudge of ink when we first got
her. She has been "Smudge" ever
since.
"Smudge" has the job of
sleeping until noon on a blanket
behind a showcase in the office
supply store. Until someone
comes in to pet her, hold her, or
cuddle her. She has regular peo-
ple trained to pick her up and
tickle, rub, pet, and talk baby
talk to her. I told you about Tom
Todd coming in and kissing her.
She greets them all.
At noon time she will strain


at her leash, whining, until she
gets in the back shop where the
crew is eating dinner.

IN THE EVENING, she is
wide awake and ready for play.
She will come racing around
the corner in the den, running
full speed, and take a flying leap
right at my chest while I'm trying
to read the paper and watch TV.
Bamt Did you ever get hit in the
chest with a furry black, ball
when weren't expecting itR
She frisks about for a few
seconds and then sprawls out in
my lap for another nap.
Unless I happen to be eating
a bowl of ice cream. Then she
sits straight up in my lap, watch-
ing me take every mouthful as if
I'm taking it from her, until I fin-
ish the bowl. Then, she has to
lick the bowl. Smudge can almost
lick the surface off a bowl, trying
to get the last taste of ice cream


off.

AT NIGHT, SHE waits at the
bathroom door until I get a show-
er. When get into bed and relax,
into that, delicious state just short
of dropping, off to sleep, when
BAMI she is on the bed wriggling
and licking me in the face to get
attention. The darn dog makes off
with my sox and hides them and
removes ::the insoles from my.
shoes if I leave them on the floor.
This is just some of the re-
sults of the training I do. Fren-
chie has more association with
Smudge than I do. She will steal
into bed after the lights go out
and snuggle up in the blankets at
the foot of the bed.
The revelation which came to
me this morning, was: who's
training who? I don't think dogs
can reason things out, but I'm
now convinced this is what
Smudge has had planned for all
her five months. She has trained
us pretty well! l


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. MAY 25. 1995


DEP Asking

for Citizens'

Opinions

.. Really!
The Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection (DEP)
last week announced a series
of Initiatives to improve com-
munications with the public.
The initiatives include a se-
ries of 67 public workshops,
the establishment of an Office
of the Ombudsman, and Em-
ployee Public Service Train-
ing. These initiatives were un-
dertaken by the department
to carry out Governor Chiles
request for.a "common sense"
approach to government to
ensure th4 DEP is in touch
with the needs and,. concerns
of the citizens.
"Reality Check Workshops"
Every senior DEP manag-
er (senior managers and se-
lect exempt personnel) will
participate in one of a series
of public workshops to be
held in, every county county in Flori-
*da from May 22 through May
31. The "Reality Check Work-
shops" are intended to offer
citizens the opportunity to
give DEP feedback on the
agency's policies, rules and
regulations.
The workshop for Gulf
County willffbe Thursday,
May 25, at 7:00 p.m. in the
Gulf County Commissioner
room at the courthouse.
The workshops will ena-
ble Janyone to comment,
make suggestions or express
their concerns over any issue
that DEP governs. By making
its top managers accessible
to the public, DEP hopes to
improve services and increase
citizen confidence and sup-
port for environmental pro-
tection efforts.



Wewa Grads
(from Page 1)
$500 and NHS $25; Casey Kelley
Chappie James (up to $1,500),
Sea World of Florida State Science
Fair $600, Chipola Jr. College
State Science Fair $1,120, Gator
Backers $250, Beatrice Hancock
McGlon Memorial $50 and NHS


Kesley...
(From Page 2)
squelched any notion that high
school was the place to be for,
grown up, independent, know-it-
all, got-it-all-worked-out, young
men like ourselves.
Just wouldn't be cool.
We talked it over and decided
that we would, go through the
graduation exercises. It was one
of those little things we could do
for our parents.
I felt a tad strange when the
music started and Charlotte Mel-
ton and I marched up the aisle.
The tears were gushing down
Miss "Spolly's" face as she'd
straightened my tie out in the.
hall a minute ago. I didn't know
where. I was going in life, but
surely there couldn't be people
out there who .would love me
More than Polly Rukers. .
Mr. Johnson started his talk
with, "Get that education, it's the
most important'......
I leaned over to Charlotte and
whispered, "I think he means it."
"Robert Holmes Brewer." Yogi
started across the stage. He
didn't look so cool. He looked al-.
most frightened.


Ambulance (Continued from Page 1)


area but several counties that
were not declared disaster areas,
specifically Leon and Wakulla
counties, were allocated close to
$20 million worth of disaster
relief. Gulf County had close to
300 homes in the county either
completely destroyed or received
major damage from flood waters.
Commissioner Billy Traylor
told the Board it needs to be pub-*


licized who is at fault, stating,
"The people think it's us." He
blamed Cong. Pete Peterson for
behind closed door dealings to get
aid to the areas that would be
most advantageous to him politi-
cally.
Chairman Hammond said,
"They took money from us and
awarded it to areas that weren't
even declared disaster areas,


Joins Law Firm
The law firm of Rish and Gibson, P.A., is pleased to announce
the addition of Attorney Lisa Jones to the firm. Lisa, shown in the
photo above, is fully licensed to practice law in Florida ,and Geor-
gia. She was formerly associated with Moser & Acree, P.A., in Val-
dosta, Georgia.
She received her Bachelor's degree from Florida State Universi-
ty and her law degree form Mercer University. Lisa and her hus-
band, Wes, a pharmacist, are happy to be a part of the Gulf County
Community.


Kenneth Knowles Troy State
band $2.100 and Band Boosters
$250; Tony Madrid Beatrice
Hancock McGlon award $50;


"Heber., Kesley ColberL" I
don't, to this day remember shak-
ing hands with Mr. Johnson-it
seems like I was trying to see if
my parents were watching.
"Richard Lynn Hale." Ricky
looked so young! Gosh, I first met
him in kindergarten. We had
been inseparable since. I won-
dered if I would see him in the fu-
ture. ,
"James Edward Wiggleton."
Buddy was always funny. Always
-had a good line or crazy story go-
ing. Always ...... except now.
We gathered ,up on Woodrow
Kennon's front porch a few days
later with, a NuGrape drink and
some peanuts. :
"What do we do now?"
Silence.
W. 'e've got some big decisions
ahead of us."
More silence.:
"Do you think' we know
enough to be ready for the
world?"
Serious silence.
'What are we going to do?"
Deep, serious silence.
I don't know if I've ever told
you how "uncool" I was the week
after graduation.....
Respectfully, .
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Scott, Melissa Stringfellow, Will
Sumner, Jessica Tauriton, Colin
Hutchinson, Taveka Jackson,
Kelli Jones and Cindy Jordan.


while Gulf County ranked second
on the state list of counties receiv-
ing the most damage from flood-
ing.
The Board instructed their
attorney Barbara Sanders to con-
tact the other parties and find out
the direction they were currently
heading and set up a meeting
with them.
REDISTRICTING
The Board voted 4-1, with
Comm. Nathan Peters casting the
only nay vote, to start the wheels
rolling seeking to change the way
Gulf County elects their county
commissioners.
-The Board has been strug-
gling for quite some time trying to
negotiate a solution to redistrict-
ing without having to draw new
district boundary lines' different
from the School Board district
lines. A different set of lines
would force Gulf County to have
two sets of voting districts--one
for county commissioners and
one for school board members.
The School Board does not fall
under the same state mandate to
redistrict that r the County
Commission does and has shown
no interest in changinging their
boundaries.
The Board's proposal calls for
the creation of three at-large dis-
tricts and two single member dis-
tricts. The proposal is not in com-
pliance with a class action suit
filed in 1986 resulting in the cre-
ation Of one minority district
(District Four) and single-member
district voting practices in the
remaining county balloting.
The Board's actions will
require court approval, therefore
the county attorney was asked to
take the necessary steps to gain
the court's acceptance.
Thie two districts recommend-
ed by the Board to remain as sin-
gle member districts are. District
Two and Four, both of which have
the largest population of minority
voters. Voters in District Two and
Four would vote for their single
member representative, as well as
the three at-large candidates,
while voters in District One, Three
and Five would have a say in only
the three at-large districts.
In Other Business
Instructed Board Attorney
Barbara Sanders to research the
legalities of charging ,permitting
fees, on all county boat ramps
with out-of-county users paying a
$50 permit fee. .
Decided to apply for
$715,000 grant to establish a
10,000 sq. ft. industrial park in
White City.
Agreed to renew Argus's
garbage collection contract with
the county pending final reading
by. Chief Administrator Don
Butler.,
Passed the county's com-
modity contract with the Florida'
Department of Agriculture.
Set up emergency manage-
ment dispatcher training for July
24 and 25. at a cost of $204 per
person.

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merchants that helped make Law
Enforcement Week special in Port
SL Joe. Everyone did a great job,
by donating lunches or merchan-
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They all enjoyed their recognition'
in the community and appreciat-
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words of thanks. Thank you for
helping to make their week a spe-
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The Gulf County Sheriffs offi- other stolen property, were recov
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on charges of Dealing in Stolen charged and placed in the Gul
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week. five thousand dollar bond.
Sixty-seven year old Fred
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investigation by local law enforce- Series Continues
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Joe Police Department, Wewa- Another episode in the fre
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Port St. Joe and Wewahitch- serve, will be enjoyed next;week.
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receiving information for several jointhem on Thursday, May 2
months that Martin was alleged at the Apalachicola Reserve fror
to be buying stolen property. 7:00 until 8:00 p.m., E.D.T. ina
Sheriffs deputies had also recov- heart-warming talk titled "Indian
ered property, believed to be sto- Story Telling", by Creek Indian
len, from Martin in the past, but Doris Adams.
charges had not been filed. After
a rash of burglaries in the Wewa- The beloved woman of Pin
hitchka area last week, officers Arbor Tribal Town has "a gift c
learned Martin was thought to be teaching children and adult
buying some of the stolen proper- alike about morals and value
thy s through stories about 'animals
Friday, May 19, officers from These stories have been passe
all three agencies conducted an down by word of mouth from on
undercover operation where sev- generation to the next. Her stc
eral firearms were allegedly sold ries have away of talking directly
to Martin by an undercover offi- to people and help them to lear
cer. One of the firearms even had a truth about themselves through]
the serial number ground off after the actions of the little animals c
the transaction, the forest.
Martin was arrested at his The reserve is located at 26
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SJ Grads-- (From Page 1)


Card award;
Harlotte Bolden W. R. (Billy)
Tapper award, $500 City-wide
Missionary Society, Physics
award, Gold Card award -and
Florida Gold Seal scholar,
Jessica, White the Linda
Lewis Wright Memorial Schol-
arship.and Gold Card award;
Chris Buchanan Al Har-
graves Memorial Science award,
$700 Gulf Coast Community
College leadership, Gold Card
club and Florida Gold Seal schol-
ar;
Brian Cathey Arizona
Chemical Science award, Florida
Academic scholar, Gold Card
award and $700 GCCC leadership
scholarship;
Nikki Butts PRIDE writing
award, Florida Gold Seal scholar,
Freshman English, Kiwanis
English award- and -Gold Card
award;
Jonathan Pierce $500
Machinist Local 1435:
Dyshanda Boykins Kiwanis
Club Social Studies award, City-
Wide Missionary Society scholar-
ship, $250 Band Boosters, Florida
Gold Seal scholar. Gold Card
award and Foreign Language;
Natalie' Gant $250 Band
Boosters, City-Wide Missionary
Society, Florida Gold Seal scholar
and Gold Card award;
Others not already listed
receiving the Florida Gold .Seal
worth up to $2,000 per year were
Teresa Everisen, Stephanie
Gaddis, Scott Hawkins, Rachel
Lane, Chrystinria Marquardt,
Latresha Quinn and Candice
Upchurch.
Three students received the
DCT Florida Gold Seal: Rebecca
Lindsey, Chris Mock and Shelly
Weston.
'GCCC Leadership scholar-
ships Shannon Gant, Latresha
Quinn and Shelly Weston.
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1995


Girl Scout Volunteers Needed NOW!


The summer, day camp for
Girl Scouts and other girls com-
pleting grades first through sixth
does not have enough staff volun-
teers to work at the camp. In or-
der to have a day camp, they
have to hire a volunteer staff now,
so that they may -have at least
two staff meetings before the
camp July 17th 21st. There is
no experience necessary. They


only require that.you enjoy work-
ing around young girls and have
a lot of patience.
A staff member's daughter
will be able to attend at no charge
and the second daughter will be
able to attend at half price. The
regular cost of the camp is
$35.00 for Girl Scouts, and an ex-
tra $6.00 for, non-Girl Scouts.

Jacob is Four!
Jacob Gentry, son of Pat and
Krissy Gentry of Beacon Hill
Beach, celebrated his fourth
birthday on May 6 with a Power
Ranger party at Under the Oaks
Park in Panama City.
Enjoying Jacob's special day
were his friends Tessa and Simon
Collins, Kayla Minger, Bryce and
Reis Nelson, Hayden Renshaw,
and Joe and Cody Robinson. Spe-
cial friends that attended were
"Miss" Sue and John Hanlon.
Special relatives that attended
were Meme and Papa Dickson,,
Aunty Kathy, and cousins Katlh-'
ryn and Jared Arnold; and Uncle
Flip, Aunt Peg, and cousin Megan"
Gentry.
Jacob is the grandson of,
Charles and Esther Dickson of
Beacon Hill Beach and the late
Malcolm and Dorothea Gentry of
Port St. Joe.





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(The $6.00 is still.required for the
stall volunteer's daughter who is
not a registered Girl Scout.)
They would like to get enough
staff people to have a "tag-along'"
unit which consists of other,
young siblings, so as to not hin-
der those who wish to help but
have other children at home.
If you're. interested, please
-contact Mary Gibson at 229-8183
or the Girl Scout field executive's
office in Panama City at, (904)
271-0902 or, the council office in


Tallahassee at 1-800-876-9704,
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St. Joe DAR Picnic ,
The Saint Joseph Bay Chap-
ter, NSDAR, held Its annual May
picnic. in Frank Pate Park: on
Wednesday,, May 17. A delicious
meal was enjoyed by all who at-
tended. Their next meeting will be
held on the third .Wednesday of
October. They wish everyone- a
good, safe summer!


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Earth Day Poster
Contest Winners
Winners in the sixth annu
Earth Day Environmental post
contest sponsored by' the Wew.
hitchka Woman's Club and tl
Florida Park Service were hoi
ored _.V Informal ceremony
held 4l"e WVewahitchka Elemei
tary ~Scol. Third place winne
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ceived a check for $10; secor
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$15; and Cerrelle Hanes, fil
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In the absence of Contes
Chairman Dottie: Taylor and LI
thy Greene. Park Ranger. Dea
Lakes State Recreation Area, Ba
bara Shirley-Scott, Club Educa
tion Chairman, made the present
stations. The ceremony was tape
for viewing by all the student
during their morning television
program .


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I cup diced bacon
1 pound medium shrimp, peeled
and deeined..
1/2 cup thinly sliced green bell
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1/2 cup thinly sliced red bell
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1/2 cup slivered onion
2 teaspoons hot ppper sauce,
or to taste
Sliced green onions and
shredded cheddar cheese for
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er To prepare grits, bring
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n- in large saucepan. Stir in grits
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n- reduce heat to low. Cook 5 min-
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Remove from skillet and drain on
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but 2 tablespoons drippings from
skillet. Add, shrimp, peppers and
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Donald Hallet Lohnes
Melissa Sherrill Handley

Couple Weds
James and Elaine Handley
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Melissa Sherrill Han-
dley, to Donald Hallet Lohfies,
Jr., son of Sandra and Larry Leh-
man of Orlando, and Donald and
Sandra Lohnes of Miami, on Fri-
day, April 21.
The bride is the granddaughter
of Sonny and Jeanette Sherrill of
Port St Joe and Everette and
Vervie. Handley of Berry, Ala-
bama. She is the great grand-
daughter of Lillian Scott of Pensa-
cola. .,
The groom is the grandson of,
Carmen Cramer of Orlando.
Lisa is a 1987 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and
1990 graduate of Gulf Coast
Community College.
Don is a 1987 graduate of
Northwest Christian Academy of
Miami and attended East Tenne-
see State University.
Following a wedding trip to
St. Augustine, the couple is resid-
ing in Jacksonville. where Lisa is
a registered nurse at Methodist
Medical Center and Don is serv-
ing with the U. S. Navy aboard
the U. S. S. Phillipine Sea.

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To Wed
Robert and Beverly Hilton of
Wewahitchka have announced
the engagement and forthcoming
marriage of their daughter Jamie
Lynn Hilton to William David
Newsome,I son of George New-
some and Dorthy Peak of White
City.
I A June 9 wedding is planned
for 6:00 'p.m. at 723 East Redbud
Avenue on Red Bull Island in We-
wahitchka. A reception will follow
the ceremony.
All friends and relatives are
invited to attend.


Jacob Gentry


Quilters to Meet
Panhandle Piecemakers Quilt
Club will be holding an election
at their next meeting today, May
25 at 7:00 p.m. at the St. James
Episcopal Church. It is very im-
portant that all members attends.,


Sr. Information
Booth In Wewa
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Association will be setting
up an information table manned
by their staff at David Rich's IGA
in Wewahitchka on May 25 from
9:00 until 11:00 a.m., CDT.'
Everyone is invited to stop by
and visit them as they continue
to seek ways to help the elderly of
Gulf County.


Express Gratitude
The family of Mrs. Odell
"O.D." Keith wishes to express
their heartfelt gratitude to every-
one for their many acts of kind-
ness shown during the illness
and passing of their loved one.
May God forever bless you.
The Crosbys, Fraizers,
Hills, and Keith families


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Proudly displaying the Governor's Community Investment Awards Honorable Mention certificate in.
the photo above are Melissa Ramsey, member of the Juvenile Justice Council, Minister Donald Nick-
son, Body of Christ Church, and Master Sergeant James Geter, Tyndall Air Force Base.


Tyndall Community Assists Youth


Local volunteers and the Tyn-
dall community have received the
Governor's Community Invest-
ment Awards Honorable Mention
for their work with youth. The lo-.
cal Body of Christ Church, under
the pastorage of Pastor Wilheme-


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nia Swanston, and the Tyndall
Air Force Base community was
nominated by the- S.I.S.T.E.R.S.
Club and Boy Scout Troop #351
for' their exemplary services ,to
both youth programs.
The services of the Tyndall
community provide a strong
sense of moral values for local
youth. Members of the Tyndall
Black. Heritage. Committee and
the Tyndall community have vol-
unteered their time to mentor, tu-
tor, coach or referee sporting
events, and present various edu-
cational and entertaining youth
activities.
The Body of Christ Church


has made a, significant contribu-
tion by volunteering transporta-
tion through the, use of their
church, van. 'The out-of-town
youth educational workshops are
essential to learn solutions on
how to work as a team to elimi-
nate social problems in the com-
munity. A computer system and
software material were also do-,
nated.
Unfortunately they are pres-
ently without a meeting place and
wish to enlist help to encourage
others in supporting their efforts
in prevention and intervention
programs for at-risk youth.


The Department of Environ-
mental Protection announced re-
cently that any person 18 years
or older, intending to harvest oys-
ters from Apalachicola Bay in
Franklin County must purchase
a 1995-96 Apalachicola Bay (AP)
Oyster Harvesting License by
dune 30.
To obtain the necessary li-
cense for commercial harvesting
(including tonging and chilling) of
oysters, all applicants are re-
quired to first complete an educa-
tional seminar.
Those persons who currently
hold an AP license will receive
credit toward the cost of'a Salt-'
water Products License (SPL).
also required for commercial oys-
ter harvesting. In addition, any-
one who purchases an AP license
before or at the same time as' the
renewal SPL will also qualify for
the credit. Credit will not be given
for an AP license from the current
year or any previous year.
The license application period
is from May 25 through June 30.
Cost f6r Florida residents Is $100;
a non-resident's cost is $500. The
law imposes a $500 late fee for
failure to comply dunng the issu-
ance period. The license is valid
through June 30, 1996.
Applicants are encouraged to
check in 30 minutes early to ven-
fy existing information. Seating is
limited and on.a first-come, first-
serve basis. No one will be admit-
ted once the seminar begins.
The two-hour seminar will be
held at the Apalachicola Research
Reserve at 261 Seventh Street in
Apalachicola, beginning at 9:00
a.m. on May 25 and June 8 arid
22.
Refresher courses will be held
for those who have had a previ-
ous license. Pre-registration is
not required. Classes will be held
in the courtroom at the Franklin
County Courthouse at 9:00 a.m.,


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THE STAR PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1995


Gulf Gets Road Surface Being Proven


As Superior By Dept. of Transportation


ARMI (Asphalt Reinforced
Membrane Interlayer) is 'being
used as an underlayer by C. W.
Roberts Contractors as they
resurface Highway 71 from Port
St. Joe to the White City Bridge.
ARMI is a mixture of 80 per-
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cent asphalt and 20 percent rub-
ber heated to a liquid form at 3759
and sprayed onto the roadway
being resurfaced before a layer of
rock is spread over .the blend.
After the ARMI is applied a 1 1/2
inch structural course of asphalt


Gravel is spread over the asphalt/rubber blend to complete the
ARMI interlayer


is laid on top of that base followed
by a final one inch friction course
application, which contains 5%
ground rubber.
Several benefits are derived
from the use of the ARMI processp:
the most publicized being the'
recycling of used rubber as 20%0
of the blend. The rubber used in.
the process comes from tires col-
lected throughout the state which
are recycled by becoming a part of
the road upon which they were
once driven over. The 5% ground*
rubber in the friction course is
also derived from the recycled
tires.
The structural advances have
proven to be just as important :a
factor in the use of the process as
environmental pluses. ARMI pro-.
vides crack relief and a moisture
barrier to the highways. The
process provides ,a pliable under
structure which relieves stress
points on the asphalt deterring
the development of cracks on the
road which would allow, moisture
to seep through the asphalt
resulting in the deterioration of
the road.
Moisture that might make it
through to the ARMI layer is faced
with the second line of defense
against road deterioration in the
form of a moisture barrier. The
asphalt/rubber blend keeps water
from finding its way lower to the
road bed which would be weak-
ened, creating pot holes on the-
road as vehicles pressed down on
the sections of road bed weakened
by water. The barrier prevents
water from weakening the
roadbed.
C. W. Roberts Contracting
was the first firm in the state of
Florida to apply the relatively new
ARMI system. They were awarded
a state contract from the
Department of Transportation to
pave an 11 mile section of 1-10 as
a pilot project using the system.
Their first test of the equip-
ment and application of the
process took place in Port St. Joe
giving the City the distinction of
having the first road In the state


Rabies Educational Course


Set for M
The Gulf County Public Health
Unit's Environmental Health Sec-
tion will present a Rabies Educa-
tional Course on May 25 from
9:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m., EDT, and
on June 6 from 9:30 a.m. 11;00
a.m., EDT. The public is invited

Five Points RC
Flyers Meeting
The Five Points RC Flyers
Club will be meeting at the gulf
County Public Library on Thurs-
day, May 25 at 7:00, p.m., EDT.
All members are encouraged to
attend, as well as all interested
persons.

Fantasy Gets

New Salesman
Fantasy Properties, Inc. wel-
comes Moira Ritch to their team
of real estate professionals. She
and her family are long-time resi-
dents of the area. With her 12
years experience of real estate
and small business loan servicing
qualifications, Moira looks for-
ward to serving all of your real
estate needs.


Bar-B-Que Dinners
Paul Cant's famous bar-b-que
slabs of ribs, whole chicken and
chicken dinners will be for sale
Saturday, May 27 at the Frank
Pate Park from 1 E00 a.m. until
2:00 p.m.
All of the proceeds will go to-
ward the New Covenant Christian
Academy School trip.

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[ay 25 and
to attend. Please call 227-1202 to
reserve a seatI
Be aware that rabies is a seri-
ous disease. Once contracted the
result is certain death in animals
and, without, proper treatment, in
humans as well. With summer
here and school out, the possibili-
ty of an outbreak has greatly in-
creased.


Rabies is a disease of warm
blooded animals and man. It is
caused by a virus which affects
the brain and nervous system.
The virus is transmitted usually
'by bites, as it is found in the sali-
va of rabid animals.
All animal bites should be re-
ported to the Environmental
Health Section of your local
County Public Health Unit and/
or the Gulf County Sheriffs De-
partment Animal Control Unit.
The wounds should be thorough-
ly cleansed with soap and water
and your local physician should
be contacted, no matter how mi-
.nor the wound may seem. The
authorities will investigate and
determine what should be done
with the animal.
It is imperative that proper
treatment be given as soon as


SJune 6


possible. Treatment consists of a
series of six shots, five of which
are given in the arm and one in
the buttock, of specific anti-
rabies globulin. To be 100 per-
cent effective, treatment should
be given within fourteen days of
exposure. Each year 18,000 per-
sons receive this treatment at a
cost of $1,500 to $3,000 per per-
son.
The disease in wildlife, espe-,
cially skunks, foxes, coyotes, bats
and raccoons, has become more
prevalent in recent years, ac-'
counting for about 90 percent of
all reported cases of animal ra-
bles.
Pets are frequently the targets,
of attacks by rabid wild animals,
and pets with rabies are a mucl
greater hazard to human health
than rabid wild animals. Rabid:
pets expose five times as many
people as wild animals.

Improvement Plan
There will a public hearing on
the Port Srt. Joe 'High School
School Improvement Plan this
Thursday, May 25 at 6:00 p.m. It
will be held in the Student
Activities Room of the school.


to be paved with the process.
While paving 1-10 C. W.
Roberts Contracting gave a
demonstration of the ARMI
process to contractors from
around the state, showing the
method and fts application to
them.
DOT rutting studies (measur-
ing the amount of Indention on
the road ruts produced by.vehicu-
lar traffic) after two years of traffic
on the I 10 project revealed the
portion of road paved by C..W.
Roberts measured .07" of rutting,
considerably less than test results
of portions paved by other con-
tractors.
Because' of the test results
DOT declared the 11 mile section
of 1-10, stretching from Hwy. 267
to Highway 90 in Gadsden and
Leon counties, to be a
Contractors' Incentive Project.
The Contractors Incentive desig-
nation means that any contractor
who meets or exceeds the quality
of the section of road paved by
Roberts will receive bonus pay for
their work.'
The ARMI process not only Is
an environmental success as a
means of recycling used tires, but
is an economic plus as it leads to
a longer life on roadways which
are paved with it. ;



Jim McKnight

Attends Meeting
.Jim McKnight, president of
North Florida Medical Centers,
Inc., headquartered in Wewa-
hitchka, was an invited speaker
at the National Rural Health As-
sociation's 18th annual meeting
held this week in Atlanta, Geor-
gia.
McKnight's presentation was
part of a national look at state
health care reform and rural net-
works. The presentation detailed
Florida health care reform and
North Florida Medical ,Centers,
Inc.'s proactive strategies ad-
dressing these changes. The con-
ference was attended by 1,200
people from all over the Ujnited
States-representing all' facets of
fural health care, from private
physicians to hospitals.


Tank truck sprays road surface with rubber mixture which will
serve as the bottom layer of the ARMI.




City of Port St. Joe's

RECREATION SCHEDULE

June 5 July 28

STAG HOUSE
1:00 P.M. -9:00 P.M.
FREE AFTERNOON SNACK


WASHINGTON GYM

11:00 A.M.- 7:00 P.M.
FREE LUNCH & AFTERNOON SNACK
June 12 July 28

PORT ST. JOE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
8:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M.
Brown Bag-It, No Food Program

(Free lunch & snack offered through the Dept. of
SEducation's food program.)
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ST. JOSEPH BAY ARTS EXHIBIT REGISTRATION

NAME

ADDRESS

PHONE NUMBER
TYPE OF ARTWORK TO BE DISPLAYED

NUMBER OF ART PIECES (Limit 3)

Will you bring your own display props? Y N
We encourage you to use your own props.
EXHIBITOR INFORMATION
* Exhibit runs from Monday, June 5 through Friday, June 9
Opening Night Showing on Monday, June 5
* Please have art at First Union Bank PSJ on or before Friday,
June 2 (Special arrangements will be made for pick up in
Wewa)
Please label your props
Please make .a description card for each of your pieces with
title of art, type of medium used, name of artist, and where in

Gulf County you live.
All art may be picked up on Friday, June 9
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1995


Sharks Playing Friday Night In
Bay County Football Jamboree


The Sharks will participate in
their spring Jamboree this Friday
night at' 8:30 EDT at Tommy
Oliver Stadium in Panama City.
Port St. Joe will face
Rutherford High School in the
second quarter and Bay High
School in the third quarter. Head
Coach Fred Priest said he was
excited about the upcoming sea-
son. The Sharks are returning
nine offensive and 10 defensive
starters from last season.


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Tickets are on sale at Port St.
Joe High School office for $3.00
for students and $4.00 for adults.
All tickets will be $5.00 at the
gate.

Tyrone Hamilton

Receives Award
The Union College football
team recently held its annual
post-season awards banquet.
Head coach Tuck Woolum, who
guided the Bulldogs to a 7-3 cam-
paign in 1994, handed out the
awards with the assistance of his
coaching staff.
The President Jack C. Phillips
Award for outstanding senior
leader was given to Tyrone Hamil-
ton, a linebacker from Port St
Joe. He led the Bulldogs with 61
tackles and was an NAIA Division
II honorable mention All-
American.
In addition, Hamilton was
one of the 12 Bulldogs' players to
be given the Winners' ,Club
Award. This was presented to
players who graded out at 70 per-
cent or better on game' films for
the entire season.


School Board Honors State Champion Track Team
Shown In the photo above are"members of the 1994-95 boys track team, coaches, manager/
statistician, and videographer proudly displaying a plaque and resolution presented to them by the
Gulf County School Board in their meeting last Monday morning.
Board Chairman, Charlotte Pierce began this week's meeting on a high note by outlining the many
outstanding performances of the team as a whole and recognizing specifically several individuals for
their accomplishments throughout the year. She noted that several are still competing in post season
meets, by invitation only. Chairman Pierce took great pride in pointing out that this was the first time
in the history of Port St. Joe High School that a sport has won back-to-back state championships.


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Banquet Honors Athletes In Six Sports


Six sports were honored at
the annual Spring Sports Ban-
quet held last Thursday evening
at Port St Joe High School. Girls
track, boys track, golf, weightlift-
ing, softball and baseball recog-
nized their participants with let-
ters and special awards.
Girls track presented several
awards: Most Improved Kristie
Lowry; Pride award Stephanie


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Mailing Address: Rt. 3, Box 167, Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Fax: (904) 648-4247 ;

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After Hours: Jay Rish, Associate Broker, 904-229-1070,
Brenda Miller, Salesperson, 904/648-5435

MEXICO BEACH
New Listing: Highway 386 and Azalea St. Unimproved corner lot 80' x 100' in
nice, quiet neighborhood. Access to Hwy. 386 and close to beach. Lot 12,
Block 4, Unit 11, Mexico Beach. City water, natural gas, electricity, and cable
available, excellent homesite. $13,500.00
ST. JOE BEACH
New Listing: Sea Shores Subd. Sea Shore Dr. Apt. #2. Two bdrm. 1 1/2 bath
apartment in quadraplex. Completely furnished, appliances include refrigerator,
stove, dishwasher, washer and dryer, television. Great rental income producing
unit. Within 1 block to beach. $59,000.
New Listings: Located in Sea Shore adjacent to Gulf Aire Subd.
Block A Lots 24', 29, 37, 39, 50 $17,500.00 ea.
Block B Lot 4 $17,500.00 ea.
Block D Lots 12, 31 $17,500.00 ea.
Block E Lots 1, 5, 11 $17,500.00 ea.
Block F Lot 2 $17,500.00 ea.
OWNER FINANCING, 25% downpayment, due in 10 years. Interest rate to be
negotiated. All sewer tap fees have been paid by the Seller on the above lots.
Subdivision has central,sewer system, city water, electric & natural gas availa-
ble. Nice quiet neighborhood, high and dry lots.
New Listing: Oak Street, St. Joe Beach. Lot 6, Block 2, St. Joe Beach,
75'x150' lot,nice location, secluded. Owner financing with 15%.downpayment,
10% interest and term negotiable. $10,000.00
CAPE SAN BLAS
Two first tier lots in Cape San Bias Shores on Gulf Shore Drive. Directly across
street form private boardwalk access to beach. Each has beautiful view of
beach and sunsets.
Lots 15 & 16, Unit 1, 50'x100' total size $45,000.00
Lots 9, 10 & 11, Unit 1, 75'x100' total size, ............................. $40,000.00
We have several first tier lots in Secluded Dunes starting at $65,000.00.
We also have gulf and bay view lots in Paradise Gulf and Paradise Bay
starting at $19,500.00. Each subdivision has dedicated easement for
beach access.
Ask one of our sales associates for more details on owning property at the
. beach without paying the beachfront price.

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LISTINGS AND INFORMATION.


Maxwell; All State in, shot put and
discus Fanta Harris: All State -
Charron Addison and Latrika
Quinn; and Most Valuable Player
and State Champion Charron
Addison.
In boys' track, which won the
state 2A title last year and the 3A
title this year, numerous awards
were presented. The Newcomer
award went to Andre Thomas and
Gabe Clark, the Shark Award to
Matt Dixon and Most Improved to
Keion McNair. The Most Valuable
Player award went to All Big Bend.
Athlete of the Year Antwione
Allen.
Clay Whitfield was named as
Low Medalist in golf.
In weightlifting Most
Improved went to Luke Thomason
and Iron Man Extra Effort went to
Shannon Gant and Mandricka
Miller. Chris Taylor was named
the Team Captain and Ninamdi
Frazier was named the Most
Valuable Team member.
In varsity softball Heather
Fields had the highest batting
average at.44347. and. the .Heart of
Gold award, The, defensive award

Extends Thanks
I sincerely appreciate the
many acts of kindness and con-
cern shown me during my recent
surgery and since I've been home.
All of the goodies, flowers, cards,
calls and visits helped tremen-
dously.
A ,special thanks to our
church pastors, Rev. Baxter and
Rev. Taylor and to the many oth-
er churches of all denominations
who have kept me in their
prayers.
Curtis Hammond and Family

Heartfelt Thanks
The family of Otis Davis, Sr.
of Wewahitchka wishes to express
their heartfelt thanks and appre-
ciation to their friends, neighbors,
and family members for all the
food, flowers, cards, calls and
prayers bestowed upon us during
the sickness and death of our
loved one.
The Otis Davis, Sr. Family


went to Dottle Davis and
Bridgette Godfrey was named as
Most Improved. Alyson Williams
was selected as Most Valuable
Player.
In varsity baseball special
awards went to Charlie Lanford,
Most Improved; Brian Jenkins,
Highest Batting Average at .449;
Best Infielder at .947, Ryan
Yeager; Best Outfielder at .989
Cameron Likely, Best Pitcher with
5-3 record and .94 ERA Des
Baxter and Hoss Wilder Hustle
Award Jeff Player.
Thirty-one players earned the
distinction of being three sport
athletes. They are: Kayce Knox,

St. Joe's Dixie

League All Star

Games On Tap
Port St Joe's Dixie Youth
teams are drawing tp a close their
regular season play this week
with the annual all star games for
the minor .and major leagues.
Two exciting ball games are in
store for anyone who makes their
way out to the baseball complex
on Tenth Street in Port St. Joe..
Daily season games have
been ongoing for the past nine
weeks for area youth ranging in
age from five to 12 years. It has
been a difficult year to complete
due. to the many games post-
poned by rainy weather, the last
of which was made-up this past
Tuesday night.
When all was said and done,
the teams finishing in first place
were Telco\ (St. Joseph Telecom-
munications) in the Minor League
and Active Styles (Beauty Salon)
in the Major League. Members of
these teams, their coaches and
sponsor will be presented their
first place trophies during cere-
monies Friday.
In their order of finish the
teams following them were: Minor
League-Gulf Safds (Restaurant),
St. Joe Natural Gas (Company),
First Union (National Bank),
(See DIXIE YOUTH on pg. 8)


OPEN HOUSE
NEW LISTING:
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Beach. 2 bedrooms, 1 loft bedroom, 1 bath. End unit in
Sat. 1-3 EDT
Sun. 1-3 EDT
$49,900 Owner says sell/make an offer!
LOTS OF LOTS:
Mexico Beach,.
So. 38th St. 1/2 block from beach. $48,000.
No. 16th St. Cleared, close to beach. $20,500.


St. Joe
tri-plex.


Colorado Dr. 3 lots, side by side. Cleared. $16,900 each.
Colorado Dr. lot cleared $18,900.
Port St. Joe '
Marvin Ave. blk 95, lot 2. $15S000.
Gulf Aire
Gulf Aire Subdivision. Sea Pine's Lane. $26,900.
Overstreet
Sunshine Acres. Borders Rd. 2.93 more or less acres.
$12,000.
We have townhouses for sale on the Gulf and Beachside.


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820 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach
S 1-800-872-2782
IKE DUREN, Broker
ELLEN MEGILL, Salesperson
Res. 648-8873
salesperson Res. 647-3392


Leslie Faison, Kyle Adkison. Amy
Buzzett, Casey White, Gretchen
Stevens, Ronisu Bird. Amanda
Phillips, Jenny Smallwood.
Jeremy Dixon, Latoya Bailey,
Stephanie Maxwell, Amanda
Bateman, Darius Chambers,
Brian Jenkins, Gena Johnson,
Alyson Williams, J. J. Gainer, Ben
McCroan, Jermaine Peterson,
Barry Adkison, Robert Williams,
Cameron Likely, Doyle Crosby,
Des Baxter, Andre Thomas,
Russell Russ, Heather Fields, .
Chris Taylor, Chris Richardson
and Rocky Quinn.


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Friday & Saturday Nights
All You Can Peel & Eat Shrimp
A Complete Dinner $7.95

Saturday Night Captain's Platter $7.95
Also N. Y. Strip Steak Dinner $8.95

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Usually, your prescription can be ready quickly. We will
first record it, then check the ingredients, dosage,
directions, locate the medicine, package and label it and
finally recheck those steps before giving it to you. All this is
important for your protection. If it is necessary to
compound a combination of medicines for your
prescription, we will always tell you in advance that it will
take a little longer than usual.
On this type of prescription, if you need a refill you can
call in the number in advance. In this way we can most
often have it ready for you. Our aim is to give the fastest
service that caution permits.

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Flowers Pleased with Gators' Jamboree Play


The Wewahitchka "Fighting
Gators" kicked off their upcoming
season this past Thursday with
its spring jamboree in Carrabelle.
Five teams participated in the
jamboree: 3A Blountstown and 2A
Sneads, Wewahitchka, Carrabelle
and Apalachicola. The Gators
played Apalachicola in the third
quarter and Carrabelle in the
fourth.
During the first drive against
Apalachicola the Gators marched
70 yards down, the field, capped '.
by Shawn Bailey's 9-yard touch-
down run. Their two-point con-
version was unsuccessful. In
Apalachicola's final drive with 40
seconds left on the clock, Tranum '
McLemore intercepted a pass on
the goal line to seal the victory, 6-
The Carrabelle Panthers
'stunned the Gators with two
quick touchdowns, giving them
an early 14-0 lead. With two mirn-"
utes remaining in the quarter,
Tranum McLemore connected
with Williams on a 50 yard touch-
down pass. The Panthers' next
series was stopped when Larry
Hinsley intercepted a pass.
The game ended with an
unsuccessful try at a "Hall Mary"
pass, giving the Gators a 14-6
loss.


Coach Flowers commented
after the game, "I was pleased


with the effort the kids gave this
spring. We're ready for summer


workouts and hope to be ready in
the fall."


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Tranum McLemore throws during the Apalach game while being protected by his offensive line.


Allen Clears 7'1" High Jump at Clearwater Meet


Last Saturday, four members
of the Port St Joe High School
boys track team competed, in the
Inaugural Great Eight Meet of
Champions at Clearwater High
School in Clearwater. Participa-
tion in this meet was limited to
the state champions in each of
the five classifications, as well as
the state's next three best ath-
letes.
Competing in the meet for
Port St. Joe were seniors, Antwi-
one Allen and Marieo Larry, sopho-
more, Andre Thomas. and fresh-
man, Keion McNair.
In the high jump event Antwi-
one Allen faced the toughest field
of competition he has seen all
season. He cleared 6'4", 6'6", and



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on a second attempt made a
height of 6'8", which was suffi-
cient enough to secure a first
place finish.
But Allen was not finished
with his day's work with this ac-
complishmenht He proceeded to
request gradual, increases in the
height of his jump attempts--
clearing 6'!0" and 7'1", both on
first approaches. At that point he
had established a new personal
best for himself. -
He then had the bar raised to
7'2 1/4", which if successfully
cleared, would be the highest


height ever jumped by a Florida
high school athlete. Unfortunate-
ly, he missed all three attempts at
this height, but was very close on
his third try. His jump of 7'1" is
currently ranked #4 in the coun-
try. .

In the 110 hurdles, Antwione
was seeded seventh. In the race
were two hurdlers ranked among
the top five hurdlers in the coun-
try. He got off to a slow start but
came on at the fifth hurdle and
finished second with a time of
14.43 seconds.


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In the 1600 meters the relay
team of Mario Larry, Kelon
McNair, Andre Thomas and Ant-
wione Allen finished fifth with a
time of 3:34.86...

According to Coach Scott.
Gowan, "The meet was a great ex-
perience for our athletes. They
got the chance to see, as well as
compete against, some of the best
track and- field athletes In the
state. They held their own and
finished first, third and fifth in
three events that they competed
in." ,


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Company), Boxers (SL Joe Con-
tainer Company). Stars (Star Pub-
lishing Company). and Athletic
House. .
Based on their finishing plac-
es, each team's manager has se-
lected a number of leading
players to participate in the all.
star games Friday. night. The
opener, beginning at 5:30 p.m.,-
will pit the Minor League first,
fourth, and sixth place team rep-
resentatives against the second,
third and fifth team members.
Then, following the awards and
recognition ceremonies, the Major
League teams will face off in the
same manner.
'q. The following young men will
be representing their respective
teams: Telco-Stephen Taranti-
no, Adam Nixon, Ryan Laine. Tyl-
er Welmorts, Terrence Holland,
Charlie Baucom; Cody Nobles;
Gulf Sands-Antonio Smiley,
Bart Lowry, B. J. Strickland,


.th (from Page 7)
Thomas Lee, Brett Tarpley, Den-
nis Warren, Hal Tarpley; St. Joe
Natural Gas-Raye Raye Bailey,
Micah Dodson, Addam Duke,
Ryan' Harmon, Joshua Smith:
First Union-Austin Horton, Kale
Guillot, Brian Bizek. Timothy
King, Kenny McFarland; I.G.A.-
Bryan Thomas, Ashley Haddock,
Stephen Besore; M.T.L-
Christopher Shearer, "Bo" Lenox,
Zachary Williams. .,
Active Styles-Mitchell Ow-
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Chad Haddock, Christopher
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Joshua Posey, Craig Phillips, Ja-'
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Woodrow Cherry, Jarrod Wester;-
Stars-Timothy Gainous, Adam
Hamm, Travis Wright; and Ath-,
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 25 1995


CHILDREN'S HEALTH FORUM

Automobile

Safety


Elizabeth C. Jones, M.D.


Automobile Safety And The Teenager
Some Facts And Statistics
*- Automobile and motorcycle accidents are the leading cause of
disability and death in the adolescent.
16 to 19 year-olds account for 8% of the whole population, but
this age group accounts for 17% of vehicular fatalities.
Drivers education classes have increased the rate of accidents
by placing more young drivers on the road.
Alcohol consumption is a factor underlying most automobile
fatalities. (Lowering the drinking age to 18 increased auto
fatalities by 5%.) .
63% of automobile fatalities involved passengers in an
automobile driven by an adolescent. .
'- Most of the accident fatalities occur between 8 p.m. and 4 a.m.
and involve an adolescent male driver.
In light of the above statistics, what can you, as a parent do to
improve the current situation?
/ Begin early to teach your child to stand firm in his behaviors
and beliefs.
/ Show responsibility by driving carefully and always wearing
your seat belt. A good example goes much further than a
sermon.
/ Provide recreational activities for your teens that do not revolve
around alcohol, drugs or sex.
/ Let your teen know you are always ready to go pick him or her
up at night if they get into a situation not of their making.
/ Establish a reasonable curfew and adhere toit. ..
/ Continue to support drinking age of 21 and strict enforcement
of driving laws.


Bugs: What You Don't


Know Can Hurt You


FSU Reels In New Institute; Joins Nat'l


Marine Fisheries to Study Gulf Species


Florida State University has
hooked up with a national fisher-.
ies research center to jointly
create a marine Institute that will
study commercially important
marine fishes and ways, to in-
crease fish populations now in
decline in the Gulf of Mexico..
FSU and the National Marine,
Fisheries Service's Southeast
Fisheries Science Center signed'
an agreement Monday that estab-
lished the : Institute for Fishery'
Resource Ecology at FSU.
The agreement was signed by
Robert Johnson. FSU vice presi-
dent for research. Frederick Ley-
sleffer, acting dean of the College
of Arts and Sciences, and Brad'
Brown, director of the NMFS-
SEFSC.
"This agreement between
state and federal institutes is dy-
namic and will potentate marine
finfish research in the Gulf of
Mexico," said Felicia Coleman, as
associate in research in biological
science at FSU and the new insti-
tute's program coordinator.
The institute also will include
a private entity, the Mote Marine
Laboratory in Sarasota. Mote's
founder, William R. Mote, last
year endowed an eminent scholar
chair in fisheries 'ecology at FS U,
Churchill Grimes, director of
the NMFS Panama City Laborato-
ry, which is the lab most directly
involved in the agreement, said
the Institute will blend the learn-
ing and hands-on experience of
FSU graduate students with the
-work of fisheries researchers to
enhance marine science research
and education.
A primary aim of the institute
will be to facilitate training of the
future marine scientists in fishery


resource ecology. Researchers
and graduate students will work
on all life history stages of impor-
tant species found along the West
Florida coast, which contains 85
percent of all the seagrass beds in
the Gulf of Mexico. The seagrass
serves as a nursery habitat for
juvenile reef fish such as red
grouper, gag grouper, gray snap-
per, hog fish and black sea bass.
The research will allow scien-
tists to identify those species with
high potential to be reared in
aquaculture or captivity.
'The stocks of those species
that are heavily exploited may be
rebuilt through the supplemental
Introduction of cultured young,"

Summer Meals
Program for Kids
The City of Port St. Joe will
be sponsoring the "Summer Food
Service Program for Children" at
Washington Recreation and the
STAC House during the months
of June and July (June 5 July
28).
The program is similar to the
National School Lunch Program.
It provides nutritionally balanced
meals and snacks to need chil-
dren regardless of race, color.
creed, religion, sex, handicap, age
or national origin during summer
vacation when school lunches are
not available.
1 All children under 18 years of
age and younger are eligible for a
lunch at Washington Recreation
site at no charge. This program is
approved for geographical areas
of need where one-half of the chil-
dren qualify for free or reduced
price meals during the school
year.


Coleman said.
Based on FSU marine biolo-
gist Christopher Koenig's project'
in which he reared several spe-
cies of grouper from egg through
larval stages, gag grouper, for ex-
ample, may be an excellent candi-
date for aquaculture.
In addition, work will be con-
ducted on the ecology and behav-
ior of sharks. A global demand for
shark meat has resulted in some
species of sharks being over-
fished.
Researchers both at the Mote


and NMFS Panama City labs have
studied the distribution, abun-
dance, life history and habitat
ecology of sharks, and Mote re-
searchers are exploring the me-
dicinal value of sharks related to
their apparent immunity to can-
cer.
Working with Coleman to
oversee the operation of the insti-
tute will be a committee com-
prised of Grimes, Brown, Koenig,
FSU biologists William Herrnkind
and. Don Levitan, and research
,biologist Lee Trent.


Citizens of Port St. Joe
I want to thank each of you for the support you
gave in helping me to be re-elected as your District
II City Commissioner. Together we can make our
city one of the best in which to live and work.

Edwin G. Williams
S. ltc, 5/25/95



Betty Briggs & her family deeply appreciate
each gesture of (ove & sympathy extended when
Jock BriLgs passed away on 4/23. Our words
can never f convey ow very much afC of you
have meant- to us.
Thankyou again.
ItW. 5/25/95


Did you know fleas have
killed more people than all the
wars men have ever fought? ,
It's true. The pest that drives
dogs and cats wild can spread the
bubonic plague that killed one-
fourth of Europe's population
during the 14th Century. In. fact,
pests are known to transmit 15
major diseases causing organ-
isms. They also spread hundreds
of other organisms which can just
make your life miserable.
Fleas have been around for
60 million years, can Jump
30.000 times without stopping
and can leap 150 times their own
height. They feed -upon.external
body surfaces much like their rel-
atives: ticks. lie, bedbugs, mites.
chiggers, flies and mosquitos.
Mosquitos -prefer warm-
blooded vertebrates. Certain mos-
quitos are vectors-organisms
that transmit disease germs-
arid spread encephalitis, yellow
fever, dengue and malaria.
Deer ticks are vectors for
Lyme disease which was consid-
ered a major epidemic 'in 1993
when more than 8,000 cases
were reported.
Most spiders bite, but the
Black Widow's sting is said to be
'15 times more powerful than of a
rattlesnake. On the underside of
this spider is a perfectly formed
red "hourglass" mark.-
Scorpions are eight-legged
relatives of spiders and attack by
whipping their tails forward.
Scorpions are active at night and
hide away during the day, often
in shoes, piles of clothing, bed-
ding and In furniture. There are
more cases of scorpion .stings
than snakebites in the U. S., and
the resulting symptoms are like
those of strychnine poisoning:
vomiting, sweating, shivering and
speech difficulties.

So what's a person to do? The
Florida Pest Control Association
suggests the following steps you
can take in order to protect your
family, friends and pets from pes-
ky pests.
Inspect your home. Repair
all holes in walls, floors and foun-
dations and seal breaks around
pipes and wires.
Keep garbage in metal or
plastic cans with tight lids. Emp-
ty household garbage daily.
Fix damaged screens and
doors. Put screens on vents and
windows.
Raise wood piles off the
ground. Keep firewood away from
buildings.
Vacuum carpeting, furni-
ture and around favorite pet
areas daily. Remove and dispose
of the vacuum bag immediately.
Store food in airtight con-
tainers and wipe up food spills
immediately.
For more information on pro-
tecting yourself from pests, con-
tact a licensed pest control opera-
tor in your area who is a member
of the Florida Pest Control Associ-
ation.


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Rotary Learn Homes Have 4 Weak Points


The first of June ushers the
hurricane season into Florida and
continues on until around
Thanksgiving. Larry Wells, Gulf
County's Emergency Management
Director, told the Rotary Club last
Thursday the giant windstorms
so common to Florida, can have
their disastrous damage 'mini-'
mized with a few advance prepar-
ations made -to homes or build-'
ings.
During a hurricane, homes
may be damaged or even de-,
stiroyed by high winds and high
waves, debris can break windows
and doors, allowing high winds
inside the home. In extreme
storms, such as Hurricane An-
drew, the force of the wind alone
can cause weak places in your
home to fail.
After Hurricane Andrew, a
team of experts examined homes
that had failed and ones that had
survived. They found four areas
that should be checked for weak-,
ness-the roof, windows, doors,
and if you have one, the garage
door. Wells gave the Rotarians
some tips, worked out in the Hur-
ricane Andrew vicinity, just how
to prepare most homes to with-
stand serious damage from being
inflicted by the winds of a hurri-
cane.
Of course, not many hurri-
canes have the wind velocity of
an "Andrew", but all have the po-
tential. of the powerful, storm.
Make no mistake about it, all
hurricanes are going to cause
some damage. It's up to you -and
the manner of preparation work
you do, how serious the damage'
will be to your property.
It's best to leave for safer lo-
cations when a hurricane is on
the way. But your home and
property can't leave. It's up to you
to prepare it to weather the storm
with a minimum of damage, so it
will be here when you return.
These four areas of your
home-roof, windows, doors and
garage door-are the achilles heel
of your home in a severe wind-
" storm; The storm can be just un-
der, :or just above, hurricane ve-
locity and still cause serious
damage to the unprepared home.
Wells gave Rotarians some
tips of things to do to better pro-
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Secure all loose objects in
your yard, such as garbage cans,
lawn' furniture, boats, lumber or
anything which the high winds
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Check your home's roof
structure I. If. f s built with truss-
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keep gables from collapsing.I
Protect garage doors from
pressures. exerted from heavy
Winds. Brace them sedu'rely. ,
Protect large' windows and
doors by installing plywood cov-
ers over the pane area. Be sure to'
provide "breathing" holes.
Failure to provide this extra
protection for these vulnerable
area on your home, can result in
their damage, allowing high
winds to get inside your home
and causing extensive damage, as
well as allowing the .heavy rains
which accompany a hurricane, to
get inside your home, causing
more damage.
Wells said his office, in the
Gulf County Courthouse, has free
brochures, giving directions for
the protection of your home from
the damage- caused by hurri-
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Vacation


Time For

People; Not


for Plants!
Summertime Is vacation time
for people, not plants! While get-
ting ready, for that long awaited
trip, it's easy to forget about your
lawn, landscape, vegetable gar-
den- and house plants. A little
time spent preparing your leafy
friends for your absence "could
save you needless worry and
hours of extra work when you get
back.
A vacation may be relaxing
and rejuvenating for you and
your family, but it can be hazard-
ous; even deadly, for your plants.
Unless you make adequate prep-
arations before leaving, you could
return to a vegetative disaster.
My information on vacation plant
care was provided by Extension
Urban Horticulture Specialist Dr.
Robert J., Black, of the University
.of Florida's Institute of Food and
Agricultural Science.
One of the first things you
might do before leaving home is
ask a neighbor to- check your
plants periodically while you're
gone. All plants need some care.
But, during an extended, vaca-
tion, container grown plants re-
quire special attention and differ-
ent species have different needs.
Be sure you give your friend spe-
cific instructions for the care of
each type.,
Even if you can't find some-
one to personally look after your
plants while you're away, there's
,plenty you can do prior to depar-
ture to make sure youti don't come
"home to a limp landscape and
sickly house plants. Outdoor,
container grown plants should be-
placed in a shady area to con-
serve moisture. Under a tree, or
on the north side of a building
are good locations. A thick layer
of mulch will help conserve, mois-
ture for landscape plantings.
Mow your lawn just before leav-
ing, cutting 'the grass a little clos-
er than usual. An unkept lawn
can encourage disease, and it's a
tell-tale sign that no one's home.
Give lawn and landscape
plants a heavy watering-
especially recently planted beds,
which will need some extra mois-
ture, Also, thoroughly spray or
dust your plants to protect them
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These two eggs are not two different eggs at all, even if,
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not all that uncommon, but two distinct, fully formed eggs,
all in one shell is a bit unusual.


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you're.away. If you have flowering'
annuals,. cut the blossoms before'
departing. If you don't, they'll
soon stop blooming. Harvest all
ripe or nearly ripe fruits and vege-.'
tables. Like flowers, they will con-'
tinue to produce only if they're
picked frequently. Otherwise,
they'll.go to seed.
Do a, thorough Job of weeding.
If weeds are allowed to go to seed'
while you're away, you can expect
to encounter much;more difficult
problems later in the season-n
even next year--when the seeds
sprout. Remember that weedlngf
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plants' food and water, which
may be in short supply during
your absence. "
Plants kept indoors require,
special consideration. Before leav-,
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plants in a room which receives
indirect sunlight. Direct exposure'
to the sun will dry the soil too
quickly. Of course, you don't
want to put your plants in a room.
that's too dark, either. Too little
light will almost always result in'
leaf drop. Just before you depart,
be sure to water your house plant
thoroughly. This is especially vi-'
tal, because-unlike lawngrass
and landscape ornamentals-
house plants cannot benefit from
any rain that may fall while
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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
thecreation 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 fundsis deterinined by the combined household gross (before taxes) income
as indicated in the chart below. ... "- ., .... h -. 's
;'-. The-progranm has been divided into.r eetretegies: .. "'
-Strategy'l:*.
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..
SStrategy3: .
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 incomelevel'for persons in the very low income (VI) 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) householdss).:
Themaximum.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 HOMEOWNERSHIP CLASSES PRIOR TO THEIR
APPLICATIONS BEING PROCESSED.
Point of contact for this program is Bo Williams, 229-6125 (Tues. Fri.), County Courthouse, and in
Wewahitchka (Old County Courthouse) each Monday, 639-3019.
Applications ire available: County Courthouse knm. 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 DRAWING WILL BEAD VERTISED AND CONDUCTED SHORTLY
AFTER THE END OF THE APPLICATION PERIOD.', .,
INCOME RANGES:' tULFPCOUNTY SHIP PROGRAM A
Household Size. Income Type: VLI (50%) LI (80%) MOD(120%) "
One Person $10,350 16,600 28,840
Two Persons 11,850 18,950' 28,440


Three Persons
* .Four Persons
Five Persons
Six Persons
Seven Persons
Eight Persons
Median Area Income:


13,300
14,800
S ..16,000
17,150
18,350
19,550
29,400,


21,300
23,700
25,550
27,450
29,350
31,250


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 CROUP OF INDIVIDUALS FROM ANOTHER.

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Dangerous Time to Be On Highways


SEye'ry year thousands of peo-.'
ple die due to alcohol related acci-
dents. This Memorial Day' Week-
end, area law enforcement
officials remind cellular users
that by dialing *DUI (384) on
their cellular phones they can
help save lives.
Authorities ask that motor-
ists who dial *DUI 'to inform law.
enforcement of suspected
drugged 'or Impaired drivers not
follow ,r impede the suspected
drunk driver but have pertinent
information available for the dis-
patcher. In order to take control


James Kelley
James Hayward Kelley, Sr.,
91, a resident of Ozark Nursing
Facility, died Tuesday May 16 in
the Dale Medical Center following
an extended illness.
Funeral services -were 11:00
a.m. Friday, -May 19, from the
Ozark Baptist Church with the
Rev. John Frank Ljndsey officiat-
ing. Memorials may. be sent to the
Alabama-West Florida Council of ,
the Boy Scouts of America, P.O.
Box 2028,'Dothan,AL 36301.
Mr. Kelley was born January
1, 1904 in Houston County, Ala-
bama, the son of Thomas E. and
Mary Eliza Alen Kelley.
During the 1930's he was a
cashier and director of the Wewa-
hitchka State Bank of Wewa-
hitchka and served in the House
of Representatives of.the State of
Florida, State Democratic Execu-
tive Committee, Trustee of the
Gulf County: Canal from St. Jo-
seph Bay to the Inter-Coastal Ca-
nal, and Masonic Lodge and East-
ern Star in Port St. Joe. He is a
member of Claybank Masonic
Lodge #908 in Ozark.
In 1926, he married Erin An-
drews and they lived in validus'
- locations in Southeast Alabama
and the Florida' panhandle, re-
turning to Ozark in 1940. They'
remained together for 63 years
until her death in 1989.
Survivors include three
daughters and son-in-laws,
Elaine Kelley and Norman J. Van
Ness, Newport, North Carolina;
Rilla Kelley and Harvey A. Yar-
brough, Mobile, Alabama; Jeanne
Kelley and Ralph H. Joiner, Mont-
gomery, Alabama; one son and
daughter-n-law, James H. and
SBurnie Rae Kelley, Jr., Ozark;
nine grandchildren and seven
great grandchildren.

Helen Arthur Link
Helen Arthur Link, age 93
died Friday morning, May 19, in a
local hospital. She was born in
Roncevert, West Virginia on Feb-
ruary 25, 1902 to Laura and Hen-
ry Arthur. She spent most of her
life in Covington, Kentucky, and
was employed at Mrs. Thomas'
candies in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs.
Link was preceded in death by
her husband, Max Link. In 1964,
* Mrs. Link retired and moved to
Wewahitchka. Mrs.. Link was a
member of the Westside Baptist.
Church, and was a charter mem- .
ber of the Wewahitchka Womans'
Club.
Survivors include -her nieces,
and nephews, Jerry Rogers of
Chipley, Bob Rogers of Port St.
Joe, Julian Arthur of Atlanta,
Georgia, William Arthur of Pana-
ma City, George Arthur of


obfle4thsittion, law enforcement
will eed to know the .color and
make of the car,' the direction
whi htie car Is .head6dand the
licetise*nu0ber on tlihecar under
suspicion.'
"*DUI is a program that
Sprint Cellular and local law en-
forcement, have worked- together
to make availablee in the South-
east Region to keep drunk drivers
off the -i6ad,,"said. Sprint Cellular'
Regional .Marketing, ,Director,
Brian O'Neil. "We have also been
able to implement several other
emergency cellular numbers that


Charleston, West Virginia. Alyene
Arthur of Huntington, .West Vir-
ginia; her cousins, ,George Clark,
Jr., of Cocoa Beach, Tweeda Ga-
skin of Wewahitchka, Jeanp Faulk-
. r of Panama City. aid Carol
Barry .of Selma, Alabama; and
numerous great niece aind neph-
ews. .
The funeral service was held
at 2:00 C.D.T., Sunday, May 21,
graveside at Jehu Cemetery, con-
ducted by Rev. Harold Willifmis.
Interment followed.
..All services were under tle
direction of the Comforter Funer-
al Home, Wewahitchka Chapel.

Timothy Cooper, Sr.
Timothy Cooper, Sr., died
Tuesday, May 16 at his home. A
native of Jackson County, he
lived in Port St. Joe for many'
years. He was a veteran of WWII.
Mr. Cooper was retired from the
St. Joe Paper Co. and a member
of New Bethel A. M. E. Church.
He is survived by his wife Susie
Fisher Cooper of Port St. Joe, a
son and a daughter, and his
mother Refair Mclnnls. Services
were held, Monday at 11:00 a.m.
EST, at New Bethel A. M. B.'
Church. Interment followed at
Forest Hill Cemetery. All arrange-
ments were under the direction of
Gilmore Southerland Funeral
Home.,

Clemmie Werts
Clemmie Smith Werts, 87, of
Birmingham, Alabama, died, Sun-
day, May 21 in Birmingham. She
was a member of St. Mary's on
the Highlands Episcopal Church
in Birmingham.
S'A native of Tu1'scalosa. 'she
attended the University of.Ala-
bama in Tuscaloosa. She was re-
tired from Miller and Co. Foun-
dry, secretary t he American
Foundrymen Society, member of
the National Secretary Associa-
tion, and was active in the arts.
Survivors include one sister,
Fannie Smith Quarles of Port St.
Joe; 'three nephews, Billy Quarles
of Port St. Joe; George Spigener,
Jr. of Winter Gardens, and Tyler
Smith, Jr.-of Providence, Rhode
Island; .four nieces, Mary Frances
Smith of ..Gig Harbor, Florida,
Jean Rouse of Cocoa,., Florida,
Alexis Leoniard of Providence,
Rhode Island and Evangline. Ste-
benne of Providence, Rhode. Is-
land.
The funeral service was held
on Wednesday, May 24 at 2:30
p.m. in the Johns-Ridouts South-
side Chapel in Birmingham. In
lieu of flowers, the family sug-
gests that memorials be made to
favorite charity br the American
Cancer Society.


D & J PAWN SHOP
Main Street Wewahitchka, FL Phone 639-3202 FAX # 639-3766
HOURS: Monday Friday, 10-5; Saturday 9-12.
We Buy Gold & Guns and Loan Cash
on Most Anything of Value M
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& B Feed & Seed
'a Main St. Wewahitchka, FL Phone 639-5488 E
HOURS: 8-5 Monday Friday, 7:30 3:00 Saturday
All Advertised Prices are for Cash Only "
I ALL ,
Hi-Yield Products .............. 10% off
E ALL ADAMS .
Flea & Tick Products .......... 10% off
2 21% REX .'$" t.r o$
Dog Food .................. 50 b. $7.89
MBag .
Hydrated Lime ............ 50 lb. $4.75
10 Inch Blooming .. $ #
Hanging Baskets ........ ...$. ea. /77
E We also carry cock-a-tiel, parrot, parakeet and wild bird .
seed.
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CARS

95 Cadillac Sedan deVille
4300 miles...... $28,900
95 Olds Cutlass Supreme
4200 miles..... $15,900
95 Buick Century
4700 miles, 4 dr ..$13,900
94 Cadillac Fleetwood
Leather, med. grey.. $19,900
94 Ford Escort LX
2 dr, Auto, 14 K mi. $9,900
94 Pontiac Sunbird
4 dr, 4 cyl, At, 14 K mi
.................. .... $9,900
94 Chevy Lumina Euro
4 dr, V6, 9400 mi. $15,900
93 Subaru Loyale
Lots of equipt. 18 K mi.
......................... $9,900
93 Pontiac Sunbird Cpe.
LE, Automatic .. 9,900
93 Ford Tempo GL
4 dr, 23 Kmi, At, air
......................... $8900
93 Mitsubishi Galant
Well equipped. $10,900
93 Buick Century Custom
4 dr, V6, 37 Kmi, $12,900
93 Pontiac Grand Prix LE
nicely equipped,50 K mi
................... $10,900
.93 Ford Taurus GL
4 dr, At, good mileage
......................... $9,900
92 Toyota Tercel
4 dr, At, good mileage
car.................... $9,900
92 Olds Royale
Loaded, 4 dr, V6
economy ...... $13,900
92 Olds Cutlass Ciera
V6, 66 K mi, 4 dr $8,900
92 Nissan Stanza SE
4 dr, 4 cyl, Auto. $9900
91 Ford Escort LX
4 cyl economy.... $6900
91 Chry. New Yorker
A nice sedan V6 ..,.$11,900
91 Olds Cutlass calais
4 dr, 4 cyl, Auto .$6900
89 Pontiac Grand Am
......................... $ 69 00


serve as a source of safety for mo-
torists. Those numbers include
*FHP (Florida Highway Patrol) or
*HP (Highway Patrol), *CG (Coast
Guard), *MP (Florida Marine Pa-
trol) and" I I."

S.I.S.T.E.R.S. Club
Hosts Talent Show
The S.I.S.T.E.R.S. Club (Sin-
cere, ,Intelligent Sisters working
Toward Etiquette, Respect and'
Success) will host a youth "Talent
Expo" on Friday, May 26 at 7:00
p.m. They welcome all youth par-
ticipants. Any youth who wishes
to perform his/her talent should
contact a S.I.S.T.E.R.S. Club
member. As part of the prizes to
be awarded, the first place winner
will receive the opportunity to*
perform at- the Florida State
Youth Anhual Talent Expo held at
Disney World on. June 9.
Youth Basketball Tournament
A basketball tournament is
being organized for Saturday,
May 27. Entry fee is $50.00 and
play will be double elimination.

Register for Day
Camp at G.C.C.C.
Registration for Day Camp at
Gulf Coast Community College
will be held on Tuesday, May 30
from 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.,
EDT, at the Gulf County School
Board Room located behind Port
St. Joe High School.
A bus will be provided for
students attending Session III,
July 17-28. Those students riding
the bus will need to register for
the 9:30-10:45, 11:00-12:15 and
1:15-2:30 activities.
You will also need to bring a
lunch or pay for the meal plan
through Gulf Coast Community
College. The cost for the bus,
$20.00, will be paid by those stu-
dents riding the bus. We need a
minimum of 25 students to ride
the bus. If you would like your
child to ride the bus, please con-
tact Cindy Belin at 227-1221 or
647-5222.


Cars & Trucks of Bay County, Inc.
339 E. 15 th St. Panama City, Fl. 32401 904 -784 -1600


New Owner- New Managemeht "


To my Friends and customers:

Cars & Trucks Inc. has been in business for over six years.
We have a good reputation for selling quality used vehicles
and offering, good service after the sale. However, there is
always room for improvement, and that's what we're going to
do. We have increased our inventory, expanded our finance
department and have several extended warranty plans.:

We will offer a good selection' of clean-used cars, trucks
and.vans and sell only vehicles that have been properly
service and safety checked.

We will give a ninety day or 3000 miles power train
warranty on most vehicles that are over the factory limits,
excluding 4-wheel drive vehicles.

We have quality product at fair prices. :We have financing
through GMAC and several banks. Offering financing through
a variety of financial instutitions enables us to give you the
best interest rates therefore saving you money and lowering
your payments.

If you have been considering buying a used vehicle, let me.
invite you to stop by and see what we have to offer. We'll
make sure you get what you're paying for.


Sin rely,

Ralph Swatt's
Owner/Manager


339 E. 15th St. Panama City, L.





904J784,1600


TRUCKS
AND
VANS

95 Nissan 4WD ...$15,900

94 Geo Tracker... $14,900

94 Chevy Ext Cab .
$19,900

94 Chevy SWB, custom'
paint $18,900

94 Toyota, 7700 mi
$...$10,900

93 Chevy 3/4 ton, 6.5 Ltr
diesel $17,900

93 Dodge Dakota, Ext
cab $13,900

93 Chevy Silverado
$15,900.

92 Nissan 4WD ...$12,900

92 Ford Explorer XLT
4dr $17,900

92 Chevy Cheyenne
$12,900

92 Ford F150 XLT


91 Chevy Silverado
$12,900

91 Ford Ranger XLT .$8,900

91 Chevy S-10 4WD
....$10,900

91 Chevy S-10 LWB
............. $9,900

90 Jeep Wrangler 4WD
..............................$10,900

93 GMC Safari Van
..............................$15,900
88 Ford Aerostar
. . $2,900'
92 GMC Sonoma
................................$7900.


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The rs children's Clini !

is pleased to announce the transfer of ownership
Sand operation of the Port St. Joe and Eastpoint
Clinics to


i SHORELINE MEDICAL GROUP, RA.

The Port St. Joe office will be temporarily closed after 5/31/95 while,it is
moving to a new location in Port St. Joe. Patient charts will be located
in Eastpoint until the'port'St. Joe office reopen's...
The target date for reopening the Port St. Joe office is August, 1995.
All Port St. Joe patients are invited to receivecare at the Eastpoint
office during the summer months. However, we will be happy to copy
charts and assist in any way those patients who wish to move their care
to another practice., .
All patients who have received services at the Nemours Children's
Clinic are invited to continue to receive services at Shoreline Medical
SGroup. New patients are encouraged and invited to call the office for
appointments.
Patients who were participating in the Nemours funding program may
continue to receive services through the program until December 31,
1995.
By midsummer, Shoreline will begin to accept adult patients as well as
children. An announcement will be made at the time the offices are
opened for adult patients.
SHORELINE MEDICAL GROUP, P.A. is a multi-specialty medical prac-
tice offering quality primary care by BOARD CERTIFIED PHYSICIANS
for children and adults.

SHORELINE MEDICAL GROUP, P.A.
-accepts Medicare, Medicaid and most major health insurance
SELIZABETH F CURRY, M.D THOMAS L. CURRY, M.D.i
.,' Board Certified in Pediatrics Board Certified in Internal'Medicine .

S Call (904) 670-8585 forappointments








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Citizens of Tomorrow:


in Port St. Joe and copies


Pictures of these youth were taken recently


furnished to The Star to beprinted over the next several weeks until all have

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Megan, 3 year old daughter of
Phillip and Peggy Gentry.


Blake, 13 month old son ofFre- Mikey, 1 1/2 year old son of
druck and Rose Buskens. Steven and Terrie Arthur.


Montez, 13 month old son of
Lavetta Best and Fred Walker.


Clayton, 4 years old, is the
of Connie' Cool.


Austin, 2 years old, is the'son of
Troy and Chris Williams.


Spencer Kyle, 2 years old, is the Cheyanrne, 2 years old, is the
son of Wesley and Hope Roddy. daughter of Jeffery and Kathy
Haney.


Whitney, 4 years and Nathan, 2 Chazten Tre'quis, 4 1/2 and
years, children of Tom and Dana Tayler Chan'tel, 3 1/2, children
Evans of Michael & Becky Byrd.


David Keith, 3 year' old son of Ashlyn, 7 years, and. Alyssa, 11
Ronald and Patty Minger and the weeks, children of Kenneth and
late Keith E. Wilson. Alisa Parker.


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,
I don't know what my
problem is. My mother always
used to call me a 'bum .magnet.'
Frankly, I think she's' right!
I believe I could walk into a
room of 30 men, 29 of them nice
and healthy, and one a Charles
Manson prototype. and I'd chose
Charlie every time I have
dated alcoholics, philanderers,.
sex-addicts, gamblers. and
women beaters. If a nice man
shows interest,' I feel 'bored.
What is my problem?
Not Enough Excitement
Dear Not Enough,'
What I think you're
describing sounds a lot to me
like low self esteem. There is
a pattern with the type of men
that you describe, and that is
that they are basically
unstable and undependable.
Perhaps that is a role model
you saw first hand during
childhood, or perhaps, you're
just very unlucky. Either way,


some therapy might help
discover why you make
choices you do, 'and why
find nice men 'bo
Ultimately you may find
the type of excitement,
describe is really just a
of self abuse, or feai
commitment. No one deserve
be abused, and certainly n
the persons they choos(
love. I hope you find
answers to all your quesi
Thanks for writing.
Sincerely,
Laura, Rogers, M.S.
Counselor

Note: Please address your
tions and comments to:
Dear Counselor, 311 Will
Ave., Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Names and addresses are op
and will remain confide
Letters may-be edited for le
Urgent inquiries and request
professional counseling shou
directed by phone to 227-,114


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Deadline Nears toApply for GCC Funds

Summer Course Classes Beginning Next Week With Several Computer Programs
Students planning to attend funds. For more financial aid in- $38.17 for Florida residents. Reg- Registration is held Monday
Gulf 'Coast Community College's formation, call Dan Smith, 872- ister in advance at the Lifelong through Thursday from 8 a.m. to'
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now for financial aid.


Gulf Coast Community College
Foundation Scholarships is June
1 for the 1995-96 school year.
GCCC applicants who delay
filing until the last weeks before
school begins in the fall will not
receive funds before the semester
begins. Many of the major univer-
sities have priority consideration
deadline dates applicants set sev-
eral months in advance of the be-
ginning date for the fall semester.
Those who complete their filings
by that deadline have an advan-

tage in the competition for limited

Bolden Chosen
In Recognition


United States Achievement
Academy has announced that
ques- Harlotte Bolden has been named
an All-American Scholar.
iams The USAA has established
the All-Americarin Scholar Award
tonal Program to offer deserved recogni-
ntial. tion to superior students who ex-
'ngth. cel in the academic disciplines.
ts for The All-American Scholars must
id be earn a 3.3, or higher, grade point
15. average. Only scholars selected
by a school instructor, counselor,
or other qualified sponsor are ac-
cepted. These scholars are also
eligible for other awards given by
theUSAA.
Harlotte, who attends Port St.
Joe High School, was nominated
for this national award by Marlyn
Witten.
Harlotte will appear in the
All-American Scholar Yearbook,
which is published nationally.
The Academy selects All-
American Scholars upon the ex-
clusive recommendation by
teachers, coaches, counselors,
and other qualified sponsors.


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Harlotte is the daughter of"
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lee Bolden and
her grandparent is Iris Bolden, all
of Port St. Joe.,


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Weekend Computer Institute
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege's Division of Lifelong Learn-
ing will offer the following hands-'
on computer classes during the
month of June. All classes will
meet on Friday, from 6 to 9 p.m.;
Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.;
and on Sunday, 1:30 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. Classes offered on June 2-4
have a registration deadline of
May 31. Classes held on June 23-
i, ',25 have 4 registration deadline of
S ,June2I. 2 1:' ,: '
"Computer Literacy" is de-'
signed for those with no previous
microcomputer experience. Sec-
tion 904 will be offered June 2-4
and Section 100 will be offered
June 23-25.
WordPerfect 6.0 for DOS, Lev-
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25.
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They're Working


On the Chain


Gang In Florida

Senator Pat Thomas Says Tough Rules
Will Reduce State Prison Population
I,''ve been chuckling undermy breath like a World War Two marine
on a rare 72-hour pass ever since the legislature sneaked through a
one-sentence amendment on a corrections bill that allows Florida to
give chain gangs another try.
The trouble with being an old World War Two marine is that things
get simpler and uncluttered after awhile...perhaps too much so in what
*everybody else thinks Is such a sophisticated world.
Like charter schools, for instance. They too can be allowed as a
pilot program by Commissioner of Education Frank Brogan thanks to
some language and-funding slipped into the budget after the heavily
favored bills had died for lack of time to pass.
This old marine knows charter schools which would get the tax
money coming to each student who enrolls will work.1It did after World
War Two under the G. I. Bill that paid the tuition of literally millions of
veterans to public, private and parochial schools everywhere.
Chain-gangs are the same. Any marine who was ever assigned
jailhouse guard duty like most were at one time or another knows,
that time In the brig was made just about as.unpleasant as combat.
They don't do it that way anymore, but it worked back then. That, of
course, was not why World War two servicemen whipped the Japs and,
the Krauts. It was because the young generation of that time didn't'
know any better than to be patriotic, God-fearing, dedicated and deadly
tough. But tough brigs helped.
Our prison populations, of-course, are pampered. Even Donn
Pearce, the author of Cool Hand Luke. a book about chain gangs that
was made into a movie starring Paul Newman, says prison reform has
reached ridiculous proportions. Pearce, now a private Investigatbr in
Fort Lauderdale but a chain gang prisoner in Florida in the late 1940s,
says the pendulum has swung too far back. He liked the idea of,
'.. putting prisoners to work to earn their keep, but he has reservations
about returning to some of the leg iron working traditions of the past.
Will there be beatings?. Sweat boxes (tiny cells under the hot sun to
punish prisoners)? And will prisoners be shot if they try to escape? In
the prison in Lake County that he knew the guard who let a prisoner
escape was fired. In the marine corps I knew you served his time if you
let him get away.
Florida Corrections Secretary Harry Singletary doesn't like chain
gangs. "When they were doing chain gangs in this state it was not a
glorious time in Florida corrections," a reluctant Singletary said.-
But he will give chain gangs another shot, because he understands
very well what can happen if he ignores the intent of the legislature.
(who was that guy Jim Towey?) Gov. Lawton Chiles could take him off
the hook by vetoing the bill. I don't think he will.
This old marine. Uncle Clem Rednek over in Gadsden County and
especially Aunt Minnie Tennishoe in St.' Pete think we should give chain
gangs another try. By all means lets clean them up, eliminate the
brutality and make honest work honorable. Putting prisoners to work to
pay for their keep Is absolutely necessary for their and our futures. It
literally is: them or us.
Like Sen. Pat Thomas, D-Quincy, said when asked if prisons were
going to bankrupt Florida. "Heck No. The drastic changes in treatment
of prisoners and the certainty of punishment for crime in the long run
are going to reduce prison populations."
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passed by the legislature that allows landowners to seek compensation
if their property is devalued by future government regulations.
Chiles called it landmark regulation, claiming it safeguards the
environment while allowing property owners a means to be paid for
land damaged by government regulations .
Backers of a property riihts citizen initiative that was thrown out
by the Florida Supreme Court last year on grounds It did not stick to a
single subject disagreed with Chiles' assessment. They said they'd try to
put the issue on the ballot again as a proposed constitutional
amendment.
.,The bill, when it came out of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
would have allowed landowners to go straight to juries. In court on
claims for payment from government for actions it took that reduces the
fair market value of their property.
The new law applies only to future rulings and regulations and
cannot be enforced retroactively. This limits it considerably. It only
allows a judge to decide if a property owner is damaged by a
government decision. A jury decides the amount.
NO TENURE? Multi-year contracts Instead of tenure will,., be
offered faculty and administrators at Florida Gulf Coast University near
Fort Myers` when it begins hiring July 1 under a contract approved by
the Board of Regents.
The regents had planned to experiment in Florida's nine other state
universities on the way professors are given virtual lifetime tenure, but
settled on their two to five year contracts at the state's newest university
which will open August. 1997.
Regent Steve Uhlfelder complained that, limiting the new multi-year
contracts to Gulf Coast University was out-of-step with/the panel's goal.
It was the result of a compromise with the United Faculty of Florida.
which agreed to the trade-off for a 3 percent pay raise that will not be
across-the-board.
GULF DRILLING: The Florida Supreme Court has denied a stay on
issuing a permit to Coastal Petroleum Co. to. drill for oil 10 miles off the
Gulf Coast at Saint George Island in the panhandle:
Environmentalists fear it is a first step to opening oil drilling off the
Gulf.Coast from Apalachicola to Naples.
-Coastal must still get permits from the U. S. Corps of Engineers for ,
the drilling about 9 miles in the gulf off St George Island where the
drilling is expected to begin. The corps has said it intends to graht the
permit in about two weeks. -. ,
p Offshore oil drilling along Florida's gulf coast has been banned for
the past 10 years 'both in state waters along the coast and. federal
waters father out. .
An appellate court ruled in February that the Florida De1artment of
Environmental Protection could not require Coastal to put up a $515
million bond to get the, drilling permit.
TOP BEACHES: Six Florida beaches were listed in the top 10 in the
world by renowned coastal geologist Stephen Leatherman. St. Andrews
State Recreation Area near Panama City was first.
Others listed in rankings which will be published in the June issue
of Conde Nast Traveler, a travel magazine, are:
Caladesi Island off Clearwater, second; Koilua, Oahu, Hawaii, third;
St. George Island State Park, of Apalachicola, fourth; St. Joseph
Peninsula State.Park, in Gulf County, fifth; Kounooa, Big Island,
Hawaii. sixth; Walleo, Maui, Hawaii. seventh: Hulopoe, Lanai. Hawaii.
eighth; Bill Boggs State Recreation Area, Dade County, ninth; and Fort
DeSotoPark, Pinellas County, tenth.
i, STATE. SUED: A court fight for about $20.7 million in flood relief
began last week when a circuit judge in Holmes County stopped the
state from distributing it to Leon and Wakulla counties and the city of
Tallahassee on grounds the money was diverted from needier areas for
political reasons.
The Injunction .came with a lawsuit attached, claiming Washington
and Holmes counties lost out to Tallahassee and Wakulla county
because they didn't have as much political influence. The,sult. named
the Florida Department of Community Affairs as well as the U. S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development as unfairly favoring
Tallahassee.
DCA public affairs director Toni Riordan said the agency would first
challenge whether Holmes County has jurisdiction. "DCA is located in
Leon County, not Holmes," she said. "Things might go differently with a
local judge who has a chance to hear both sides."
Severe flood damages occurred in the Florida panhandle last year.
Tallahassee and Wakulla counties got the major flood relief from HUD.
At one point, Holmes and Washington counties joined an alliance with
Gulf, Walton arid Okaloosa counties to get a total reallocation of the.
HUD funds.
Last week Holmes and Washington decided, to go it on 'their own
with the lawsuit and injunction.
HIGHER TAXES: Florida's reputation as a low-tax state is
continuing to erode, according to a nonprofit research institute in
Tallahassee. Ever Increasing tax hikes especially on local property -
has. made it the highest in the South and only slightly below the'
national average.
Dominic Calabro, president of Florida Tax-Watch, said the state has
"clearly moved from a low-tax state to a moderate tax state." It moved
up five notches in state and local taxes in 1993 to 25th In the nation. It
was 20th in 1992.
STILL SEGREGATED: A report by the Southern .Education
Foundation says that Florida's public higher education system remains
as segregated as it was decades ago.
The foundation set up a panel to study 12 southern states after the
U. S. Supreme Court demanded in 1992 that the states eliminate
remnants of segregation from colleges and universities.
Only about 6 percent of black students attend state universities,
the report said. More than 90 percent are attending either a community
college or nearly all-black Florida A&M University at Tallahassee.
$6 MILLION PLEDGE: Gov. Lawton Chiles received a pledge from
federal officials last .week that Florida will get $6 million to help to
defray the costs of immigration, according to spokesman Ron Sadks.
Sacks said Chiles sees the $6 million as only a down payment on
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School News


Events and Happenings From County Schools


The Karate Kids
Sarah. Lawrence, second
grade. student, has recently been
promoted to the rank of "orange
belt". at the Okinawan. Karate
School. Older brother, T( dd, a
former WES student, was promot-
ed to the rank of red belt Todd
Ind Sarah are the children of
Teddy anid Lfinda Lawrence.'
Retirement Dinner For Two
Special Staffers
WES faculty and staff hon-
ored two of our most beloved staff
members Thursday night with a
steak dinner with all the trim-
mings. Mrs. Ada Keith'Dozier has
been with us for 19 years and, is
head of our custodial staff. Mrs.
Myrle Suniner Jones, Media Aide,
has given us 21 years. These la-
dies'were honored in song, verse,.
and fellowship. They will be sore-
ly, missed. a

The third graders at WES had
one last fling on Monday, May 22.
The kids -and a host of chape-
rones went to Mexico Beach' (by
Toucans) and had a ball. The life-
guards stood knee-deep "in the


Students Of The Week
Congratulations to our stu-
dents of the week. They are: Anna
Salzer, Jessica Howard. Charlie
Baucom and Shavonn Carr.
Early Dismissal
School will be dismissed early
on Thursday. May 25. .
Blue Cap Winners .
Congratulations to the class-
. es' of Barbara Whitfield, Brenda
Wood, Vivian Patten, Chip Gar-
rett, Carmel Dodson, Fay Wood
and Karen Butts for collecting the
most blue Pepsi caps. Their class-
es were treated to a pizza and
Pepsi party. .
Celebrity Readers
The kindergarten enjoyed
having 'Beth' Picard reading to..
them and they want her to come
back soon .
Renee Corley read to a fifth
grade class .andtold them about
her work as a detective.
G.C.C.C. Day Camp
Registration for G.C.C.C. Day
Camp wil be held Tuesday, May.
30:from 11:00 .1:00 at the Gulf
County-School Board office.
Bulldog Computer Camp
Port St. Joe Elementary
School Is offering a computer
camp for students presently at-
tending PSJES. The camp.will be
held June 5-9.
Session 1, "Beginning Com-
puters", will be from 9:00 a.m. -
12:00 p.m. This session will intro-
duce keyboarding skills; students
will create their own stories and
other software programs. Session
2, "Computer Technology", will be
from 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Pro-
grams to be presented include:
basic word processing, hyperstu-
dio, learning games, creativity
software and other programs.
The cost for each session is
$30.00 (cash only). Enrollment is
. limited to 27 students' per ses-
sion. To enroll, please contact
-Cindy Belin or Denise Williams at
227-1221.
Parent Computer Workshop
A computer workshop for
parents will be offered beginning
June 13.at Port St. Joe Elemen
tary School. The cost Is $30.00.'
Enrollment is limited to 25 per-
sons.
The sessions will be from
6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on the fol-
lowing dates: June 13, June.20,
June 27,, July 11., July 18, and
July 25.
The sessions will include ba--
sics on the Macintosh. computer,
keyboarding, and introduction to.
software that your child will be'
learning at school. For further in-
formation, contact Sharon Wat-
son at 227-1221 (school) or 227-
1259 (home).
UPC Winners
Congratulations to the class-
es of ,Cindy Phillips. and Pam
Jones for collecting the most Gen-
eral Mills UPC symbols. Their
classes,'were treated to a pizza
and Pepsi party! .,,


Wewahitchka

Elementary

News...
By Linda Whitfield


water and .the kids played be-
tween them and the shore. There
was also volleyball, relay races,
and sandwiches doctored up with
sand We appreciate the following
parents who helped out: April An-
drews and Cody, Brenda Little
and Leigh, Carolyn Husband and
Taylor, Steve Evett, John' Feltrop,
Kerry Merritt, Mrs. Burch, Lynn
Ward, and Misty Harper..
Multi-Age Classroom Meeting
Monday night., Mr. Kelley and
some teachers met with parents
in.,the Media Center to explain
the Multi-age classrooms which
will be offered during the next
school term. Then T. E., A. M.
leaders also met with parents and
explained their program. There
was a good turn out!
No Score Was Kept, But...
In the ball game last week be-,
tween' faculty and sixth graders,
it is uncertain who won. Both
sides think they did and that is
ok. The spectators enjoyed the
game too and the little bits of
shade that we could find. We ap-
preciate Mr. Kelley and the PTO
for giving everyone cold Milky
Ways and ice cold colas.
Sixth Graders Go Out
With A Bang
WES students graduated


from their early years here on
Tuesday night, May 23. A cook-
out with hamburgers, chips and
dip, cakes and. cokes was given
for them on Tuesday noon. The
stage for the evening ceremony
was elegant in colors of black,
teal, and silver. Thanks to Mrs.
Evelyn Cox for donating the stage
decorations and to all the parents
who helped. Mrs. Betty Bidwell,
retiring teacher, gave the message
which was well received by the
parents and students. Principal
Jerry Kelley gave out diplomas to
over 60 students. It was a sad
but joyous occasion.
Sayanara Till Next School Term
(August)
This will be my last column.
until August of 1995. I have en-
joyed writing about the events of
our school and trying to keep
people informed about the most
important facets of our work day.
'Our school is getting ready to
shut down, but in one week after
school is out, teachers will 'be
'back at work for a week's in-
service in computers.


From the Principal

Wewahitchka


High School
By Larry A. Matches


By the time you read.this, the
school year will have ended (not
counting summer school, of
course). Hopefully your student
was able to survive the last. four
days. Some think the last four
days are for playing and/or trying
to get in some kind of trouble,
but for the most part, students
spend the same reviewing and
preparing for final exams.
As mentioned last week, WHS
.showed some progress on this
year's state writing assessment
tests. Our eighth grade average
score rose from 2.6 (on a scale of
0-6) up to 3.0, only one tenth of a
. point below the state- average,
and our tenth grade group rose
from a 2.8 average up to 3.4,
right on thte average. At
both levels WHS students were
able to lead Gulf County district
scores, helping to raise' our dis-
trict levels. Congratulations to
the WHS staff and to our stu-
dents for the effort it took to pro-
duce these results
Graduation was a great night
for WHS seniors--everything went
well, with a full crowd in atten-
dance. Mark Cunningham and
several mnembeis of the graduat-
ing class entertained the crowd
:by singing the class song and did
an outstanding job. Over $35,000

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Studies are over for Faith
Christian students for the 1994-
95 school year. Teachers will
work today, Thursday, May 25
getting grades on .report cards,
permanent records 'up-to-date
and making out awards.
Friday morning, May 26
grades 1-6 will 'receive their
awards and report cards. Grades
one, two and three will meet in
the auditorium at 8:15 a.m. and
grades four, five and six will come
at 9:15 a.m. Parents are invited
to attend. ...
Friday night. the junior high
school students and parents will
be honored at an Awards-Picnic
beginning at 6:30 p.m. Eighth
grade graduates are: Chrystal Al-
lyn, Nicholas Blake, Sabrina Can-
ington, Rebekah Cope, Ashley
Creamer, Candice Flowers,
Heather Fox, Bryan Goebert, Jes-
sica 'Hill, Micah Peterson and
Troy Phillips.
Faith Christian graduation
and honors for grades 9-12 will
be held Saturday, May 27 at.
Faith Bible Church beginning at
7:00 p.m. Parents will host a re-
ception following the ceremony.


worth of scholarships were
awarded to graduating students,
thanks to local businesses and
colleges.
A dinner celebrating this
year's baseball team's success
was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Traylor at their residence. This
year's record was the most wins
ever in WHS baseball history.
Players and coaches were recog-
nized with plaques and certifi-
cates, and I believe coaches may
have received a surprise soak-
ing?? Thanks for a great year
As I write this newsletter,
covering the end of .the school
year, it's important to know that
plans for next year are already
under way-it's a never ending
process. It always amuses me
when folks say 'Well, now you all
can rest all summer!" We wish!
However, as I close this year,
I want to thank students and par-
ents for helping us have a great
year, and I want to thank the
many people and businesses that
assist us in so many ways and
usually go unrecognized. There's
no way I can name them all, but
they know who they are and what
they did. These folks rarely look
for public recognition.


-ion's Tale

News Column
Faith Christian School
Our graduate, Tennele Johnson,
will be moving 'to Tennessee
where she will be married.
This past week was one of
study and test taking for the old-
er students and finishing up for
the younger ones. Grades 1-5 en-


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NEWS

Highland View
Elementary School

By Barbara Eells
Retirement
Congratulations and best of
luck to Lou Eaker! Lou is retiring
after 36 years of preparing and
serving meals to Gulf County
school students-six at St. Joe
Elementary then 30 at Highland
View Elementary.
Lou was born on November
18, 1930 in Overstreet, the
daughter of Lonnie and Eliza
Whitfield. Lou attended' St.; Joe


Elementary School in first grade,
then transferred to Wewahitchka
Elementary and completed her
education in 1950 at Wewa High
School.
On April 9, 1949 Lou married
Burt Eaker, then in the U. S.
Navy, and just recently celebrated
their 46th year together. She and
Burt have one son, Pete; two
grandchildren, Niki and .Damon;
and great-grandchild; Mary
Catherine VeDora Pollock.
Lou likes to travel with her
companions, Sandra Brock, Shar-
on Shearer and Joyce' Gainous.
Lou also likes playing Nintendo
and Game Boy, reading myster-
l ies, listening to country music
and watching' "Murd6r'She Wrote"
on television. She is active in the
Highland View Baptist Church..
Looking back recently, Lou
chatted about the days when she
planned her own menus and
made everything from scratch--
chicken pot pie, fresh fish, chick-
en and dumplings, pies, cakes,
pizza (hers was the only school
serving pizza then). She said
there are a lot more fast foods
prepared now.
Thank You
Thank you to Catherine Bar-
field, Carolyn Peak and Margaret
Roberson for the beautiful and
delicious cake and the gifts you
gave teachers for Teacher Appre-
ciation Week. Everyone really ap-
preciates your caring!'
Science Classes
Miss April's fourth, fifth and
sixth grade science classes would
like to thank the special guests
who came to share their career
experiences with them.
Gerald Alcorn, a radiology
student from Gulf Coast Commu-
nity Hospital, Terri Carr of the
Port St. Joe Police Department,
(see HAWK on Page 7)


joyed a skating party on Wednes-
day at Silver Circle East in Pana-
ma City.
Also, the chemistry class vis-
ited Arizona Chemical Plant guid-
.ed by Keith Colvin, who is head of
the lab department. We thank
them for a very informative tour
of the plant.
It has-been a busy, produc-
tive year and we are all looking
forward to a restful summer.
However, those who plan to re-
turn to summer school need to
call or come by to register today
or tomorrow, if at all possible.


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Farewell, Friend
by Tracey Fitzgerald
On Wednesday, May 10th,
the Port St. Joe Middle School
Challenge class said farewell to a
teacher and friend. Dr. Nelson,
who owns the veterinary clinic in
Port St.. Joe, sacrificed his time
for our class. We want him to
know that he is appreciated.
Each Monday, when our
class would meet, we would
board a bus: andchead-out to the
bay. Dr. Nelson would be there,,
along with Mr. Shell. hlls helper.
.With them we would do such
things as searching in certain
areas, called substrates, for ma-
rine live, classifying different ani-
mals, and watching marine life
battle it out under a microscope.
Dr. Nelson, you sacrificed
your time and effort for us. Mr.
Shell, we thank you, too. In a few
years when we are pursuing a ca-
reer in science, we will look back
and thank you again for helping
us to achieve our dreams.
Thank You!
The Port St. Joe Challenge Class
This year has been a good be-
ginning for the middle school.
Setting new traditions and clubs
have been difficult, but exciting
events this year. We hope to con-
tinue to grow and learn in the
years to come.
Cheerleading tryouts were
held last Friday, May 19. The fol-
lowing girls will represent the
Port St. Joe Middle School for the
1995-96: Kylene Butler, Jennifer
Craig, Amber Daniels, Lakethia
Filmore, Jessica Pate, Jenny Pat-
terson, B. J. Presnell, Lisa Row-
an, Nichole Royster and Alicia
Sanders. Congratulations for all
your hard work and success girls!
Seventh grade "Students Of
The Week" for last week were
Pamela Gay and Sheila Ozenna.
Congratulations!
A special notice is made to all
students and parents that the
Gulf County Scholarship Program
Credit Summary Sheet will be at-
tached to your last report card.
This must be filled out and re-
turned to the office by June 1. If
there are any questions as. to how
to complete the form, contact the
office at 227-3211.
I have enjoyed writing, the
"Middle School News" for this year
and hope that the person chosen
for next year is half as pleased.


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will be in full bloom this summer.
Summer school will begin June
5. Any girl interested in taking
weighthlifting as a summer school
course should sign up in the
guidance office. Also, all JTPA
qualified students interested in a
summer job should contact Mrs.
Godfrey as soon.as possible.
Army Major Ronald Daniels,
a 1976 graduate of Port St. Joe
High School, came to speak to
several classes last Tuesday. Ma-
jor Daniels currently serves in the
airborne division of the Army. He
is featured in this month's Read-
er's Digest for carrying an injured
paratrooper on his back for 6.2
miles. We would like to thank Ma-
jor Daniels for the encouragement
he gave each of the students to
whom he spoke.
A special congratulations
goes to the new cheerleaders.and
new flag corps for the' 1995-96
school year. Way to go girls!
On behalf of the staff, faculty,
administration.' and students of
Port St. Joe High School, we
would like to congratulate the
graduating class of 1995 and
wish them the best of luck in the
future.


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It's that time of year again-
only one more day left of school.
Students will be taking semester
tests Wednesday and Thursday.
May 24 and 25. School will be
dismissed early on both days.
Any student who has had a
cap taken away during the school
year may come claim it in the of-
fice on the last day of school.
The sixth six weeks report
cards can by, picked up in the
front office on June 1. Attached
to the report cards will be the
Gulf County Scholarship' Pro-
gram Credit Sheet. This sheet
must be filled out and returned
to the office on or before June 15
for a student to receive credit for
points earned this- year. If there
are any questions regarding the
completion of this form, please
call the guidance office at 229-
8813.
P.S.J. High School activities



Port St. Joe

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St. James Starting I
StL James Episcopal is begin- SUMMER PROMISE, SP includes
ning a new summer day camp numerous activities and field
program called SP for children en- trips planned specifically for any
tering second through sixth youth who wishes to attend and
grade. SP is an abbreviation of have goo-gobs of fun.


Vacation Bible School

Games a Crafts a Songs A Snacks A Bible Stories

Place,: Oak Grove Assembly
1 613 Madison Street, O. G.
Dates: June 4th 8th, 1995
Time: 6 p.m., Nightly
For More Information, Call 227-1837.



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
-- .. .. -. REV.. BILL WHITE, PASTOR
S12420 Long Ave.
*-i"-* *Port St. Joe. FL 32456
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Port St. Joe's "Port of Victory"
Sunday School .........................................10 a.m .
M morning W orship......................................... a.m.
Sunday Evening .......................................... 6 p.m .
Wednesday Evening ......................................7 p.m.




THE EPISCOPAL.CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

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

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor



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

Sunday Bible Study (all ages)................9:00 CST
Morning Worship............................... 10:00 CST
Evening Worship.................................. 6:30 CST
Wednesday Bible Study (all ages) ......... 6:30 CST





Chapel Lane Overstreet Phone 648-8144
Bro. Harold J. McClelland, Jr., W.L. Remain,
Pastor Pastor Emeritus
Sunday School................................................ 16:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship......................................... 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening .......................................... 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday Evening ........................................ 7:00 p.m.


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W CHURCH
i;" 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP......................... 10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL............................. 11 a.m.
'fU S N *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
Nursery Available
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor


)ay Camp
Church officials invite every-
one to go and take your children
for lots of fun activities on their
opening event on June 1. The fun
will begin at 6:00 p.m.
The dates of the camp run
from June 1 until July 28 on
Wednesday and Thursdays, 9:00
p.m. until 12:30 p.m. and on,-Fri-
day mornings from 9:00 a.m. un-
til 3:00 -p.m. (Lunch is provided
for both dates.)
Teens may apply as volunteer
staff for the day camp. Benefits
include leadership retreat, lots of
fun games, smiles, and a summer
close out trip!

Community Sing
The Gulf County Monthly
Community Sing will be held at
the Church of the Nazarene in
Port St. Joe, Saturday, May 27 at
7:00 p.m.
Everyone is cordially invited
to attend and participate.


Hawk
(Continued From Page 6)
and Dr. Bryce Jackson, an OB/
GYN from Panama City. All gave
the students great food for
thought.Thank Youl
Fourth Grade'
Friday, May 12, the fourth
grade took off on a "Back to na-
ture Adventure" at the Taunton
family home.
Nature stations offered many
interesting careers and hobbies
for the groups of students to ob-
serve and learn about.
The students moved through
four stations on the beautiful
wooded grounds. They were:
1) Roy Lee Carter, Gulf
County Agricultural Extension
agent, talked to them about the
animals-livestock that he,
brought---a horse, a cow, a goat
and a hog.
2) Bryan Lewpert, U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service, taught them
how tracking is important in rela-
tionship to fish and their move-
ment. The students actually
tracked each other.
3) Gus Wise, a gardener who
lives on the 'Taunton land,
showed off his beautiful garden
and talked to them about raising
crops and what they need in or-
der for them to grow.
4) Betsy Knight and Barbara
Eells of-Big Bend Wildlife Sanctu-
ary, brought birds of prey to show-
and tell about; the greatest of
all-the eagle, "Aloha", who is 2
1/2 years old.
Following the visit to the na-
ture stations, the students' par-
ents provided hot dogs, chips,
salad, drinks and cupcakes, for
them. The decorated pool area
was laden with palm trees, bal-
loons and Hawaiian-style cut-
outs the students had made.
Lunch was followed by swim-
ming in the pool and nearby
pond. The kids and parents had a
great time
-Many thanks go to Abigail
and David Taunton and all the
parents wh6 helped make, the
luau a success, and to William
Smith, who drove the bus.


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


Kyle and George
Appearing Sun.
The dynamic Christian duo of
Kyle and George will be delivering
a message in song in Gulf County
this weekend.
They are scheduled to sing at
the White City Baptist Church on
Sunday morning service begin-
ning at 11:00 a.m.
Later that evening at 6:00
p.m., C.D.T., they will be in We-
wahitchka at the First United
Methodist Church.
Vocalists, Kyle Peddle and
George Roberts and the church
families in White City and Wewa-
hitchka cordially invite everyone
to come and join them in these
services.

Homecoming at
New Bethel A.M.E.
New Bethel A.M.E. Church
will be celebrating their annual
homecoming this Sunday, May
28. The guest speaker will be
Gwendolyn McNair Parker of Pan-
ama City. This year's theme is
"Christian Unity in the Home".
Following the service, lunch
will be served in the fellowship
hall of the church. The pastor
and members extend a special in-
vitation to everyone to come wor-
Sship with them.

Revival
Triumph Church of God in
Wewahitchka will be in revival
from June 5-9. The evangelist will
be Pastor W. Swanston of the
Body of Christ Jesus Church of
Port St. Joe.
Services will start at 7:00
p.m., CDT, nightly. If you want to
receive a blessing from the Lord
through the word, come out and
lift Jesus up.

Thanks
We appreciate so much the
love, prayers, sympathy, cards,
flowers and food for our husband
and father, Charles A. Brown. In
his memory, his favorite poem:
"The Story of Life"
Life is a story in Volume III-
The past. present, and the
yet to be.
Now the past is written
and laid away-
The present you are writing
day by day.
The last is the future of
Volume III-
It is hidden from sight, and
only God has the key.'
-Author Unknown

Thank You
The family of Theodore Griffmin
especially want to thank Dr. Ok-
sanen and his nurses, the Gulf
Pines Hospital staff, all the em-
ployees at Bay St. Joseph Care
Center, Gulf County Transporta-
tion and Zion' Fair Baptist
Church for the many ways in
which you helped during his long
illness.,
We shall long remember your
kindness in the hours of our sor-
row. Our consolation is in the
help and understanding of
friends like you. Thank you for
the beautiful flowers and food.
Edith Thomas and
the Griffin Family


Worship:
11 a.m. Sunday
Nursery


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


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSD

Parker Retiring
The members of the First
United Methodist Church of Mexi-
co Beach invite everyone to at-
tend the retirement party for their


)AY, MAY 25, 1995 PAGE 7B
pastor, Reverend Charles Parker,
on Saturday, May 27 at 4 p.m.
(CS'n in their church fellowship
hall.
The church is located on
Twenty-second Street in Mexico
Beach.


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


N w St. loe Assemb4y of God
309 6th Street. Port St. Joe
Sunday School.............. 10:0 amn
Morning Worship Service ........ 11:00 am
I Sunday Evening Service ........ 6:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study.......... 7:00 pm
Jeff Scalf
Pastor
t 'Empowered by IThe Spiritt




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

Sunday School 10 a.m.
Morning Worship .... .... 11 a.m.
Evening Worship 6 p.m.




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


We Want You To Be
,/ BPart of the Friendly Place
BIBLE STUDY. .. 9-45 a.m. EVENING WORSHIP ...........7:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIPI....... .... 11:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH TRAINING ...... ..........5:45 p.m.
Long Avenue Baptist Church
1601 Long Avenue


CURTIS CLARK
Pastor


MARK JONES
Minister of Music


First UnitedMetwodist Church
111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410

Morning Church.....................9:00 a.m. CT
Church School................ 10:00 a.m. CT
Nursery Provided

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


constitution Aidonument
Catc TortSt. Yoe
THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School ......... 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship ......... 7:30 p.mn.
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



Come,


the

Family!






Baptist Church
"A Church Without Walls"

First Union Bank Building Monument Avenue
Rev. Marty Martin, Pastor
Pastor's Study 229-9254
Sunday School (Bible Study) for all ages 9:00am
-Sunday Morning Christ-Centered Worship 10:00am
Sunday Afternoon Discipleship Training 5:00pm
'Informal Sunday Night Service 6:00pm
Wednesday Night Prayer and Praise Meeting 6:30pm


CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


EVERYONE WELCOME


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Butler Sponsors Operators In Walk
Shown in the photo above are "The Party Liners", a portion of the group of walkers representing St.
Joseph Telecommunications in, the Walk-A-Thon for the American Cancer Society in Panama City re-
cently. Also pictured above is Ronnie Butler from Butler's Restaurant who made a donation to the
American Cancer Society.


Take Part In Relay for Cancer


The students captioned above are members of the P.O.P.S. Club of Port St. Joe High School who
took part in the American Cancer Society, Relay For Life on May 19.- 20. The Club raised approximate-
ly $1000 to contribute to cancer research and assistance for the benefit of cancer victims. Teacher
sponsors .for the club are Marilyn Witten and Tony Barbee. Chaperones for this 24-hour fundraising
event were Judy Barbee, Marilyn Funderburk and Carolyn Rish.
Students are: (front row, from left) Shonna Armstrong, Michelle Lindsey, Robbi Funderburk and Ro-
nisu Bird; (back row, from left) Christy Wood, Misty Wood, Jaime McMullon, Danielle Fox and Russell


Tousignantq Participants not pictured were: Dana Pox, Cheyenne Harrison, Diane Bender and
Joyelle
By Rach Wesdahl Whitfield.
Bay St. Joseph Care CersterAdministrator ,

Threatened Budget Cuts Pose Threat to Aged. Care


In the 1960's, legislation was
passed that created what are now
known as the Medicare and
Medicaid 'programs. One family
member normally worked to pro-
vide a family income and paid
taxes. Most families were able to
afford medical services. I wasn't
old enough to vote, but I remem-
ber. the conversations of adults,
reports on t.v., and discussions in
classrooms. Most of the talk was
very upbeat. America was doing'
something positive to ensure
health care for its people. There
were going to be systems put In
place so that persons who had
spent their lives at work could
'have good health care after retire-
ment, and so that people who
could not afford significant health
care costs would be able to receive
those services. America seemed to
have taken a step forward. I recall
feeling a pride in-the.-government.
Certainly, there, were. some. critics
and 'opposition. The populace.
however, had spoken. After the
votes were tallied, there were new
services for Americans and for our
couritry's seniors.
It appears that more than the
demographics of our nation in the
1990's have changed. The nation'
again faces challenges regarding
serving the needs of its people
while balancing its budget Many
people who work within the health
care field are seeing changes that
are taking place in the way that
health care services are delivered.
Included are current and potential
changes to the Medicaid and
Medicare systems, as; well as to :
the private health insurance pro-
grams of the nation. An emphasis
is being placed on "managing" ser-
vice delivery. As we are being
asked to consider tranisltioning to
new systems, such as contracted
managed care for state Medicaid
programs and to private insurance
managed care, it is critical that
Americans understand the effect
of the decisions that f'they may'
make.
Americans need to be aware
that when receiving information
on new health care delivery sys-
tem options, there is normally
information presented' that dis-
plays the strengths of programs,
such as the offering of access to
initial services at a minimal
charge to members of the system.
However, what is not discussed
are, the guidelines of the health
care system used for directing the
delivery of care. "Managed care"
could potentially mean limiting, or
altogether prohibiting, the avail-
ability of medical procedures.
Americans should not just
consider whether a health care
delivery system will, allow us
access to health care at a lower
cost. Most American families now'
have two persons working to pro-
vide income, and both persons pay
taxes. The age of retirement -has
increased for most people. Is that
likely to change? Are two people in
a family working longer and pay-
ing more taxes to find themselves
at a point later in life when they
.might be denied medical benefits?
The experience of coping with
one's own aging is something that
will be experienced by most. Is the
continued rational provision of a
full range of medical services to
assist persons dunng the latter
years of life a high priority of our
society? If it is of prionty. we will
need to be mindful of that as We go,.:
about the business of changing
our health delivery systems in'the
1990's. Health care' services to
elderly should not be allowed to
become viewed as a "burden".


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Collect A Lot of Bottle Caps
Shown on the left in the photo above, presenting a check in the amount of $1,299.10 to class rep-
resentative, Brandon Thomas, is Floyd Owens, General Manager of Buffalo Rock Company of Panama
City. Brandon and his classmates in Barbara Whitfield's second grade collected and turned in 2,247
caps, the highest number from all PSJES classes, during the recent Pepsi Blue Caps drive. The school
cashed in a total of 25,082 caps. Looking on at the presentation are Ms. Whitfield, her class, and Paul
Howard, Key Account Manager at Buffalo Rock Company.


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Passes Gavel to New Slate of SGA Officers
As one of her final transactions at Port St. Joe High School, Missy Nobles, 1994-95 Student Gov-
ernment Association President, is shown passing the gavel to the 1995-96 officers of the organization.
From left are: Brigette Godfrey, Secretary; Matthew White, Treasurer; Stefanie Wibberg, Vice Presi-
dent, Kristi Lawrence, '95-'96 President; and Missy Nobles, '94-'95 President.


Altha Woman
Lands Record
Flathead Catfish
A 41l-year-old mother of four
and secretary at Scandy-White
Boats, Inc. in Blountstown is the
latest person to add. her name to
the list of freshwater fish record
holders in Florida.
,' ,Lucretia A. Leath of Altha
caught a 34.44-pound flathead
catfish at 10:30 p.m., April 15,
while fishing several miles below
Blountstown in Calhoun County.
Leath, who loves to fish .for.
flatheads, was fishing with. her
20-year-old daughter, Melissa,
and friend Wayne Porter of
Blopntstown.
Leath's flathead measured
39.25 inches in length and had a
26.75-inch girth. It surpassed,
by almost a pound, the old record
of 33.56 pounds caught by
Benjamin Hiles of Cottondale :at
the Apalachicola River in May
1993.


Using a Shimano Reel, 8-foot
Diawa rod and 30-pound test
Ande line, Leath was fishing a
small, live bluegill with 3 ounces
of lead in a deep hole of the river
when the flathead inhaled her
bait.
"When the fish bit, it really.
didn't bite like a big fish, but I
took the slack out of my line and
set the hook," Leath said.
Instead of running downriver,
the big flathead, which turned
out to be a female, ran upriver
with Leath again trying to get the*
slack out of her line. Reeling'
rapidly Leath caught up with her,
fish before it got under their
anchored 20-foot pontoon boat,
After a 10-minute see-saw battle
the flathead was boated.
Leath also caught an
11.50-pound flathead, but it was
her daughter who caught the
most fish that night. Melissa
caught flatheads weighing 5. 7, 8,
and 13 pounds and a 16-pound
channel catfish. All the fish were
caught on live bluegills.
Flathead catfish are native to


the Mississippi River and many
western and mid-western
drainages. The species has
expanded its range over the past
quarter-century to many eastern
streams .and was first
documented by fisheries
biologists in- the Apalachicola
River in 1984.
Flatheads are also found
upriver in Lake Seminole and in
the Ochlockonee and Escambia
rivers in the panhandle. Their
establishment in several Florida
waters, although not stocked by
biologists, led the Florida Came
and 'Fresh Water Fish
Commission to add the species to
itg- list 'f recognized state record
freshwater species.
NOTE: Bream (bluegill and
similar species) can be used as
bait only by persons catching the
fish by a legal sportfishing
method- However, bream can not
be used as bait on trotlines, bush
hooks or in any manner other
than on pole and line or rod and
reel.


Elementary High Achievement Students
Students at Port St. Joe Elementary School were honored by the PTA for "High Academic Achieve-
ment',,which translates to mean, an overall all "A" average, during the school year. First and second
gradef~lre selected based ,on their CTBS test, scores, Third through fifth grade students awards are
based on acadinmic acciomplislmnents in the classroom.
(First Gradte) Front row, from left, are: Jenna Chesser, Brittany Kropp. Lauren Wells, Chancy McAr-
die, and Leah Taylor. Second row: Emily Raffleld, Brylecla McGowan, Chandler Williams, Andrew White
and Ronald Bellew. (Second Grade) Third row: Lacey Franklin, Chad Lucas. Gerald Sims. Sandra Ron-
ey, Jessica Ross, Sheena Bell and Rachael Sweazy. Fourth row: Jarrod McArdle, Jesslyn Rose, Kimber-
ly Burkert, Anna Godwin, Lacy Carter, Anna Salzer, T. C. Woullard and Jonathan Roney.


(Third Grade) Front row, from left, are: Brittany Alford, Becky Belin, Thomas Curry, Micah Dodson,
Molly Garrett, Terrence Holland, Melissa Nixon, Randi Sasser and Stephen Tarantino. (Fourth Grade)
Middle row: James Daniels, Susan Ellmer, Colleen Falbe, Patrick Fitzgerald, Margaret Gibson, Sarah
Quaranta, Bryan Thomas, Jonathan Wanchik and Tyler Weimorts. (Fifth Grade) Back row: Ashley
Bryan, Lisa Curry, Brittany Reeves and Heidi Wells. Receiving the award but not pictured were third
grader, Collins Abrams and fifth grader, Laura Wendt.


WES Adds $500 to Scholarship Fund
Shown above are students at W.E.S. with a giant check in the amount of $500.00 which was pre-
sented to the Gulf County Scholarship Fund committee. This money will enable students to attend col-
lege if they choose to.


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Local Alcohol and Substance Abuse


Program:, choices to Close


TChoices", a local alcohol and
drug evaluation, referral, and out-
patient treatment program, will
be closing by July 1, 1995, after
two years of providing services in
Gulf County They were unable to
get any funding from the state or
from the local county commission
at the budget hearings in July,
1994, and .cannot remain open
without some additional funding.
According, to Choices, they
would have to raise their prices in
order to stay open and they felt
the majority of persons in Gulf
County would, not afford them.
They expressed their appreciation
to community members who
helped and gave them moral sup-
port. Their working ,relationship
with 'the Gulf County State
Probation office was described as
excellent, and they extend their
thanks for their belief in the pro-
gram and the excellent.cominuni-
cation between them. Thanks is
also extended to their friends at
the local HRS office; to Dr.
Oksanen, his lovely wife, and
(friendly staff. (Dr Oksanen is the
Medical Director for the program).
They also extend thanks "to
the Gulf County Guidance Clinic
for the excellent rapport in work-
ing with "dual diagnoses" clients
and for allowing them to share
space with another of their pro-
grams at a very low rent. This
enabled Choices to provide ser-
vices for about nine extra months.
They are grateful to the Juvenile
Justice Coalition in Gulf County
for letting them be a part of a spe-
cial program that the county can
be very proud of.
A heartfelt thanks is extended
to the AME New Bethel Church
for reimbursing them for the cost


of some of. the indigent clients
whom they "saw anyway". There
are,.many others in the communi-
ty wfio have believed in them, and
they thank them all.
Their satisfaction comes from
the changes in some of their
clients who overcame their addic-
tions and are living full and pro-
ductive lives. Some of their clients
who haven't quite "recovered" yet
will make it eventually because,
according to Choices, they now
have the tools and know what to
do.
According to Sherry Davis,
counselor with Choices, Gulf
County is a beautiful, caring and
friendly community. But she says
there is a serious alcohol and
drug problem in the area, and
that most people have no idea
what alcoholism truly, is. Too
often alcoholism is not recognized
until there has been serious dam-
. age to finances, marriages, friend-
ships, jobs, children, health and
self-esteem. There is no real con-
cept or norm for what "social
drinking" is, -therefore ,the high
rate of alcoholism. Anyone can
become a victim of alcoholism, no
matter their socio-economic sta-
tus is.
According to Davis the cost of
NOT treating alcohol/drug prob-
lems is very high. It results in
more crime costs, 'more needed
police and county law-enforce-
ment officers, many more jails
and prisons being built to hold
this population, more welfare and
medicaid for the addicted and for
their families. Additional costs
result from unemployment, ineffi-
ciency at work, and higher coun-
seling and' medical costs for the
families of addicted persons due


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SALES

BEACH

RENTALS
CAPE SAN BLAS
INDIAN PASS..
MEXICO BEACH
T. IJOE BRACH


PORT ST. JOE tn
LOTS & ACREAGE RLTO
CAPE SAN BLAS GULF FRONT LOT. 150' on the Gulf! Fantas-
tic view. Approximately 500'. deep. GREAT SUNSETS. Excellent
homesite. $180,000.
NEW LISTING BAY FRONT LOTS. 75'x300 more or less. Two
beautiful lots. Loaded with trees. Secluded. Excellent view. of the
bay. $75,000 ea.
INDIAN PASS Gulf front lot 75'x 500'+ Excellent view of the
beach. Price $82,500.
BAY FRONT LOT at CAPE SAN BLAS. Approximately 1.8 acres
fronting on St. Joseph Bay. Loaded with trees and suitable for multiple
family dwellings. Located only seven minutes from St. Joseph State
Park. Priced at $39,900.
HOMES
PORT ST. JOE, 2004 CYPRESS, AVE. 2br/2ba with pool.
Professionally redecorated. Formal LR/DR. Double gar. Price $99,000.
Call Brenda, eves. 904-648-8215.
GULF FRONT Lovely 3/2.5 home w/ 2600 sq. ft. living area. Open
and screened decks;. Two car 'garage. Elevator, spiral staircase,
fireplace, security system, sprinkler system, landscaped plus much more.
Excellent location on beach. Call for price.
GULF VIEW This 4br/4ba has a great view of the beach along
w/deeded access thereto. 2,000 sq. ft. living area. Screened and open
decks, fireplace and'much more. -Priced at only $169,000.
CAPE SAN BLAS Gulf front 3br/2ba plus 1/1 down stairs. Beautiful
view of Gulf. Needs TLC. Priced at $180,000.
CAPE SAN BLAS 2br/2ba condos. Nice view of the gulf. Priced
$76,9 and $79,9. Both have good rental potential.
CAPE SAN BLAS 3br/2ba w/great gulf view and easy access to pool.
Boardwalk to beach. Furnished. Great rental potential. $145,000.
CAPE SAN BLAS Gulf view with gulf access. Lovely 2br home.
Large UR., Possible rental potential. Priced at only $110,000.
CAPE SAN BLAS 2br/2ba. Access to pool and beach via boardwalk.
Furnished. Good rental potential. Priced at $129,000.
NEW LISTING Cape Plantation Airpark. Beautiful 3/2 custom home.
Only 1.5 years new. Approx 1400 sq, double garage, landscaped. Sits on
1/5 ac lot. Many other features. Priced at only $111,000.


Tom Todd Realty, Inc.
HC 1 Box 150, Port St. Joe, FL 32456
800-876-2611 or 904-227-1501
Marie M. Todd, Rental Mgr. Brenda J. Lynn, Associate.
Craig Todd, Associate ,Thomas M. Todd, Broker
Nancy Todd, Associate i


to the stress. "Cocaine Babies"
and children with fetal alcohol

Precautions For
Avoiding Tragedy
In Florida's Water
Water sports are popular in
many parts of Florida year round.
But as the weather gets warmer,
more people across the state head
for their favorite swimming spots.
Florida has an abundance of wa-
ter, with over 1,300 miles of open
shoreline, 7,748 lakes, 49 rivers,
and a million swimming pools
and spas.
All that water-combined
with Florida's longer swimming
season-increases the opportuni-
ties for water-related tragedies to
occur. In fact, the, Florida HRS
Office of Vital Statistics reports
that drowning is the leading
cause of accidental death in the
state among children ages one to
four years.
While most drownings in that
age group occur in home swim-
ming pools, it is also possible for
small children to fall victim in
bathtubs, buckets, and toilets.
Anything that'holds water is a po-
tential danger. Adult supervision,
effective barriers and knowledge
of cardiopulmonary resuscitation
(CPR) are important factors in
providing a safer pool and home
environment.
Since swimming pool use and
other water activities are moving
into high gear, now is a good time
to review precautions for avoiding
water-related tragedies:
Never take your eyes off
children-even for a second-
when they are in or near any
body of water. Do not rely solely
,on barriers; fences and walls are
no substitute for constant adult
supervision.
Don't consider your chil-
dren to be "drown-proof just be-
cause they have completed swim-
ming classes. Also, don't rely on
inflatable devices to keep a child
afloat.
Make sure your pool or spa
has a high fence 'or wall, or a
safety cover. A four-foot fence or
wall is good, five feet is better. Be
certain all gates have self-
latching mechanisms.
Enipty all water from buck-
ets or other containers in or
around_ the house. Five-gallon
buckets are especially dangerous ',
because most people don't' per-
ceive them as being dangerous. -
Keep toilet lids closed and bath-
tubs drained.


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by July 1
syndrome result in high costs for
treatment of their problems.
Studies prove conclusively
that providing treatment saves
the taxpayers a lot of money in
the long run, according to Davis.
Punishment without treatment is
not effective with alcohol and
drug addicts; in fact, they are
usually using again the first week
out of jail
Ms. Davis urges you to write
to your congressmen about addi-
tional funding. Unfortunately the
alcoholics and addicts are in no
condition to be lobbying for them-
selves (in fact most of them do not
believe they have a problem). Try
to get your congressman to sup-
port community-based programs.
The caring and dedicated
staff (past and present) are:
Judith Paul, Office Manager;
Sunny McNair, Counselor in
Training; Bill Edwards. CAAP;
Teresa Lett, billing; and Georgette
Walden, office/clerical.


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rThank You

To the people that voted and supported me in my endeavor

to become.City Commissioner, and to those that voted their

convictions in this election. Also to Mr. Tharpe and his cam-

paign on his return to office. Now let's all join together with

unity and make Port St. Joe one of the finest cities in Florida.


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WAYNE WHITE


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Pd. Pol. Adv.


NEW LISTINGS:
118 Pine Street, St. Joe Beach. 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
frame and stucco stilt home on;2 lots com-
pletely fenced with a great view of the Gulf!
Formal liv. rm.. and din. rm. Large fam. rm. w/
sliding doors on both sides lead to covered
dck. w/ great Gulf, view! Kit. has dome ceiling
wifluorescent lighting and ceiling fan. Ceram-
ic tile counter and all wood cabinets. Appli-
ances include side by side refrig:. range,
jenn-aire oven, built-in micro., dishwsh., and
trash corn. All ceramic tile flooring kit., fam.
rm., and'din. rm. Master bdrm. has Ig. lighted
walk-in clos., full bath, w/ceramic tile floor,
marble vanity top, and extra Ig. ceramic tile.,
shower. Lg. laundry rm. downstairs has laun-
dry tub,. built-in ironing board, washer-dryer,
and Ig. freezer. Dbl. car garage w/cement
drivway. AcddtibiaVdeieii t'sid&fp'kirig 'f8r' '
motor home has spetic tank clean out, elec.
and water hook-up for motor home. Much,
much more! $175,000.00.,
418 Arizona Dr., Mexico Beach. Lovely 3 bdrm,
2 ba. stone and frame home on 2 Ig. wooded
lots completely fenced. Sunken liv. rm, has
circular stone fireplace and cathedral ceiling.
Kit. has all wood cabn., bar and skylight for
open airy feeling. Nice Florida rm. off din. rm.
has ceiling fan. Master bdrm. has full lighted
walk-in clos., sliding drs. lead to back fenced
yard. Master ba. has dbl. vanity, ceramic tile
shower/tub w/drs, and 2 sky lights. Very
bright and airy. Cen. gas heat & elec. AC. .
Single car garage! Must see this one. Priced
at $72,500.00 for quick sale!
Lucia Ave., Beacon Hill. 100' x 120' fenced lot
only a short distance to the Beach! Cleared
and ready for building. Beacon Hill Estates
Blk1, lot 4. $15,000.00.

HOMES Mexico Beach
421 California Driv Mexico Beach. Lovely 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
Shoae ,i a ii. ghborhood on 100 x 10833
Slot.LnI varied celling and beaultul scne
S walfleplacal Nice len w/dn,nguaeeaAppIanceaj.
clude relrg. & rang & Slgrie~ r c 'r l
S10to back pa'o area S-l iglrai e c Y l t111I
'starter home Central heat/air. In excellent condition,
$62,500.00.
120 4th St., Mexico Beach. Cozy 1 bdrm., 1 ba. mobile home
w/lg. front rm. addition only 1 block from the beach with
easy access at dedicated beach. On nice corner lot
,50'x150' in nice neighborhood. Front rm. addition split into
liv area on west end & sleeping area on east end,'has 2
twin beds. Liv. area has ceiling fan W/light. Two window air
cond., gas space heater. Kit./dining area has table w/4
place seating. Adequate cabinet space. Completely fur-
nishedl Excellent beach retreatil Only $42,000.00.
BEACON HILL
JUNIPER LODGE, 7112 W. Hwy. 98 Beacon Hill. ATTENTION
INVESTORSII If you're looking for a multi-unit apartment
building losao tIs eaj ,'wave what you're looking forl
Thii2 s r0bu|d'lJ... ntal units just across the hwy.
fro S reachTTeree one bedroom, one bath.units and on
two bedroom~ane bath unit All u ts are metered separ ely
for electric, red rs ,
deck which aerloikro8a gg
storage with 'beffiMenc' a rtm nt a"r Atack of
units, also parking lot at back of lot. Central heat & AC .n each
unit Presently rented Lot size, 83' on Hwy. 98. x 76.6" x
87.04' x 74.55', 140,999 Reduced to $99,900.00.
7118 Hwy. 98, Beacon Hill. Two bdrm., 1 ba. home on gulfview
lotl Enclosed front porch overlooks the Gulfl Half of room
used as din. area & half..used as den. Lg. liv. rm. w/open
shelves between den. Kitchen includes elec. range and re-
frigerator. Can. electric heat and AC. Fenced yard. 67'
frontage on Hwy. 98. Easy beach access $70,000.00.
ST. JOE BEACH
106 MAGELLAN ST. Charming two bedroom, two bath single family
hor o 50 12' t 5 s to the beach! Completely fur-
-nish l ove in! Large 31'x11' screened
porch on front has view of the Gulf! Lovely back patio rea
with picnic table &&hairs. Lg. liv. rr1, kitchen ,as il-ll
wood cabinets, inu 0 as mi
wave. Both bedro s.ala aliros ts. th
washer & dryer! Cei g fans throughout! Very nicely decorat-
ed and well equipped! Must see this one! t72,5O0.00. Re-
duced $67,000. New roof just completed!
LOTS.ON MEXICO BEACH
Resldpnttial Zoned for Homes Only
Corner New Mexico & Maryland Blvd. (2) 100' x 158.33' lots.
Only short walk to the beach! Mexico Beach Unit 14, BIk
A, Lots 2.& 4. $18,000.00 for both together.
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. FEATURE OF THE WEEK!
118 N. 38th St. Mexico Beach: a rare find! CANAL-
FRONT single family home on beautiful lot with
boat dock and block sea walill This 3 bdrm 2
ba. brick home is in great cond.! Nice liv: din. &
kit. combo with breakfast bar & sliding glass
doors which lead to 23'x9'4" screened porch that
overlooks the canal! Cen. gas heat & elec ACI
Underground sprinkler system w shallow well &
pump for yard. Lovely yard area. Single car cov-
ered carport w/cement drive for 2 other cars.
Boat dock on canal 6'x30' w/water at dock. Great
second home or primary residence! Much more!
$142500 00
107 N. 38th St., Mexico Beach. OWNER SAYS
MAKE AN OFFER! Lovely CANALFRONT 3
bdrm., 1 & 1/2 ba. brick home on TWO beautiful
lots on cul de sac and on corner of CANAL! This
home is in excel, cond. Liv. rm. has ceiling fan,
nice kit. & dining area has sky light & all wood
S cbilnets'-Florida -rm'. oVtrldool'1 the -canal has
ceiling fans & awnings Wood-b'~Wt dookfn canal
has elec. wench w/cradle liftt! Cement sea wall w/
extra tie backs! Detached dbl. car garage has au
tomatic garage dbor opener. Cement driveway.
Great location on canal & nice neighborhood.
Corner canal lot also has additional septic tank.
Cen. h & AC. Must see this one! By appt. only.
Much, much more! $250,000.

Arizona Dr. & California Dr. (3) 100' x 108.33' cleared lots in
residential area. Unit 14, BIk E, lots 13, 15, 16. $10,000.00
each or all 3 together for $27,000.00.
20th Street 100' x 100' lot only steps to the beach! Beautiful
shade trees, cleared, nice residential neighborhood. Unit
3, BIk 3, Lot 4. $23,000.00.
California Drive 1 & 1/2 lots in residential area. Unit 14, BIk F,
Lot 7 & portion lot 8. $6,000.00.
Arizona Drive (5) 100'x108' lots. Unit 14, BIk 0, Lots 6, 8, 10,
12, 14. Owner financing. Reduced to $5,500.00 each.
Colorado Drive: 100' x 158.33' lots. Unit 14, BIk C, Lots 15, 17,
.19. $7,500.00 each.,
Texas Drive (2) 100'x100' lots. Unit 14, BIk G, Lots 9, 10.
$8,000.00 each.
7th Street 100'x108' lot. On paved street. Walking distance to
the Beach. Unit 14, BIk D, Lot 15. $10,000.00.
Wysong Avenue: 109' x 100' nice shaded lot on paved street in
nice subdivision. Underground utilities. Unit 17, BIk 1, Lot
8.- $1,0049.0. Reduced to $9,500.00
Magnolia Ave.: 75'xl 02' lot only 1/2 block to the gulf Good gulf
view. Unit 11, BIk 8, Lot 7. $2, .O. 900 Reduced to
$23,500.
Lots-Wysong Avenue: Two (2) large lots on paved street in
nice residential neighborhood underground utilities.
Cleared, filled, beautiful shade trees $30,000.00
California Drive: 100' x 108.33' lot w/lg. septic tank. Nice neigh-
borhood. $12,000.00. Mexico Beach Unit 14, Blk E, Lot
12.
Corner Texas Dr. and Hwy. 386-A: Two large corner lots with nice
shade trees. Nice neighborhood. $20,000.00. Mexico Beach
Unit 14, BIk F, Lots 24, 26.
41st Street 75' x 90' beachside lot. Unit 7, BIk 9, lot 12.
$40,000
LOTS ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES
Maryland Blvd. 75'x100' lot. Unit 12A, BIk C, Lot 4.
$13,000.00. Zoned for mobile homes.
Corner 5th St. & Cathay Lane 2 large lots zoned for mobile
homes. Corner lot is 110' x 148' and lot on 5th St. is 100' x
168.70'. Reduced $20,000.00 for both lots together. Unit
16, lots 2, 3.
ST. JOE BEACH
204 Bay St., St. Joe Beach. Cozy 3 bdrm., 2 ba. single family
home on 2 lots only steps to the beach Fam. game rm w/
pool table & bar. Bright airy kitchen has bar & fluorescent
light. Lovely florida rm. off din. area has vaulted ceiling.
Lg. master bdrm. has 2 ceiling fans & lighted.walk-in clos-
et. Cen. elec. h&a. Carpet & vinyl. throughout like newl
Very nicely decorated and furnished $65,000 00.
GULFAIRE
Gulfaire Drive 80.7' x 126.88' home lot. BIk C. Lot 23.
$16,000.00. Owner will consider financingI
Periwinkle Dr. 75' x 125' lot. BIk F, Lot 6. $30,000.00.
Gulfaire Dr*e,0ulfklre Slfftlvislon 70'x115' home lot. BIk
G. Lot d i foWGulf. $35,000.00.
OVERSTREET
Pine Street 1.02 acres with power pole on property! 165' x
270' close to canal. $20,00.00.9 Reduced to $15,000.
406 N. Canal Dr., Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath stucco home on the In-
tracoastal waterway. Beautiful lot with 100' on the Intracoastal,
approx. 1 acre. Liv. rm. has cathedral ceiling w/ceiling fan. Lg.
sliding glass dr. leads to patio & overlooks the Intracoastal Wa-
terway. Relax & watch the ships go buyl Kit. has all wood cabi-
nets, nice bar w/spot lights, appliances include refrig., range,
dishwasher, ice machine. Master bdrm. has Ig. closet w/bifold
mirror doors, jacuzzi tub in bath w/lIg. walk-in closet. Cen. elec-
tric heat/ac (heat pump), satellite dish! t$96000.00. Reduced
to $79,900.00.


Mexico Beach


Harmon Realty, Inc.

BARBARA HARMON, Broker Barbara Mannon, Sales Associate, 647-5004
Ann Six, Sales Associate, 229-6392

648-5767 or 1-800-239-4959


CORNER OF 14TH STREET & HIGHWAY 98
MEXICO BEACH


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1986 Ford Ranger, 5 spd, new tires,
am/fm cassette, cold a/c, good
shape. $2,000. Call Vic at 648-5363.
1979 Ford F-150 swb, 4 wheel drive,
351M, 4 speed, a/c, 10" aluminum
rims, new 12.50 tires, $2,200. 648-
5435. leave message. Itc 5/25
1976 Holiday Rambler, 30 ft motor
home, <61,000 miles, runs good, new
awning, new electric steps. Just had
6.2 k generator and the braking sys-
tem rebuilt. Asking $6,000. Phone
229-8019. tfc 5/25
CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and out-
of-state vehicles. Two locations to
serve you. Mayhann Motor, Port St.
'Joe, 229-6584, Mayhann Used Cars, ,
Wewahitchka, 639-5810. tfe 5/4


-Townhouse for rent, Mexico Beach
Canal, 2-2-2, boatslip, screened patio
and deck, year lease. $550 month
and security. 648-4051. tfc 5/18
2 bedroom. 1.5 bath, unfurnished
trailer, St Joe Beach, available May
23. $150 deposit, $325 per month.
Call 647-5327. tfc 5/18
One bedroom unfurnished apartment,
$200 per month with deposit. On
Monument Ave. Call George, 229-
8398. tf 5/18
One bedroom apartment, $300 month
rent plus $200 deposit. Dogwood Ter-
race, 229-6314. tfc 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. 5xl0's, lOxlO's, and
10x20's. Ask about our move-in spe-'
clal. 227-7200. tfc 5/4


One boat and trailer, also one boat,
no trailer. Both have folding seats.
227-1356. Ulp 5/25
31' Trojan for salvage, one dollar. Call
648-4569 6 p.m. 9 p.m. Itp 5/25
23' Formula with a Cuddy, twin re-
built 150 Johnson, loran, VHF, Lee
outrig, washdown, live well, $11,000.
648-4051. tfc 5/18
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





Mexico Beach, 41st St., Car Wash for
rent Ready to operate for business.
Two businesses more for rent.
4tc 5/25
Nice unfurnished 2 bdrm., L.ba. trail-
er, located on St. Joe Beach, no pets.
Call 647-5361. tfe 5/25


Mark's Lawn Service. Free esti-
mates, guaranteed work: discount for
senior citizens! I'll treat you right Call
or leave me a message at 639-3029,
Wewa or Port St. Joe area. 2tp 5/11

Troy/built, Snapper, John Deere, Ku-
bota, Stihl, Hsquarvna. Sales and
Service. 1-800-834-6744.
thru 9/95
Wewa Serenity Group, Presbyterian
Church, Hwy. 71, Al Anon, meets
Monday at 7:00. AA meets Monday
and Thursday at 7:00.


THOMAS ELECTRICAL
SERVICE
#ER009863
POWER POLES
200 amp overhead ........$200
200 amp underground .......$135
100 amp overhead ..............$80
All Types Electrical Work
Ucensed and Insured
1-800-499-9423
or 648-3045
Atp 5/18
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St. Joe Rent-All, Inc. |
Small Engine Repairs i
Factory Warranty Center


I Lawnmowers |
Weedeaters a'
i^:-, Tillers |
TChain saws
Generators
i Pumps
S* Engine Sales


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

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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. Port St. Joe, 229-9000. tfce 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.
furn., 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


Will clean your home. Have referenc-
es. Call 229-6039. 2tc 5/25

Surfside 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-ena loaaei, 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. W4

904-229-8161
Faye's Nail &
Tanning Salon
TOTAL NAIL CARE
Certified Nail Technician
1905 Long Ave., Port St. 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 4 RIF0051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
ER 0011618

JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION Iul'AIRS '
REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL (
INOS1'AI.LATION OF WATER LINES AND SVEW I LINES
MINORJELEC'T4UCAL, '4 / 2 > 8 1
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 04/229-6821


F R N E a Sa a S E L: P W: a N T E I


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
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 g. 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
Warehouses, small and large, some
with office, suitable for small busi-
ness, 229-6200. tfc 5/4
No need for wet carpets. Dry clean
them with HOST. Use rooms right
away. Rent machine. St. Joe Furni-
ture, 227-1251. tfc 5/4

Downtown Port St. Joe
517 1/2 4th St., 2 bdrm.,
stove, refrig., a/c, $250 month.
1402 1/2 Long Ave., 2 bdrm.,
1 ba., cen. h&a, stove, refrig.,
$300 mo.
Deposit and lease required.
Call 227-5443
rfc 5/18

A A


SGigantic yard sale, North Squirrel St.
(Howard Creek). May 25-29. Antique
dishes, collectibles, and fishing tack-
le. 827-2965. ltc 5/25
Apartment sale, rain or shine; Sat.,
May 27th. Liberty Manor Apts. G-29.
8 a.m. to 12. Moving out of state.
Clothes 1g., shoes sz. 9, misc. items,
furniture, blankets, etc. 229-9048.


Port St. Joe Lodge No. 11
Reg. Stated Communication
1st and 3rd Thursday of each
month, 8:00 p.m., Masonic Hall,
214 Reid Ave.
Marlen Taylor. W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec.
pd. thru 95


'Phone 22.7-1782
Cuts, Color, Frosting, Perms
Betty's Beauty Salon
"A Family Salon"
311 Madison St. Betty Heath
Oak Grove Owner/Mgr.












Avon

CATHERINE L. COLLIER
Independent Sales Representative
211 AlIen Memorial Way Port St. Joe5
(904) 229-6460


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

5x100 10x10 10x20
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT
St. Joe Rent-All
First St. 227-2112


Warehouses














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


Giant Yard Sale. May 27th, 8:00
3:00 p.m. EST, Gulf Co. Sr. Citizens,
at Centennial Building. Fire extin-
guisher, telescope, end tables, couch,
lamps, dishes,' glassware, appliances
(sm.) box spring & mattresses, puz-
zles, toys, books, headboard & end
frame for single bed, baskets, and
much more. The seniors will be sell-
ing hot dogs & soft drinks all day. All
proceeds will be used to pay for the
new building.
Centennial Bldg. will be open Thurs-
day and Friday from 1:00 5:00 to re-
ceive donated items.
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. 3tc 5/25



IMP". .P. M


Subcontractors: Carpenters, timber
bridge and wall construction. Call
800-226-4178 or Fax to 813-932-
6486. ltc 5/25
Carpet helper wanted, full time. Must
have license. Call 904-899-0136 after
6:00 p.m. EST. ltp 5/25
Cashier and dell worker needed. Call
639-2906. ltc 5/25
CASE MANAGER
The Gulf County Senior .Citizens are
now accepting applications for a part-
time Case Manager. Must have own
transportation, be willing to travel
and work with elderly. Receives refer-
rals, completes assessments, develops
care plans, maintains files, and ar-
range services. Applications will be
accepted from May 19 through June
2. Interviews will be held on June 9.
1995. Minimum qualifications are a
Bachelor's degree in social work, soci-
ology, psychology, nursing, or related
field. Other directly related Job educa-
tion or experience may be substituted
for all of some of these basic require-
ments upon approval of the Area
Agency on Aging. Social work raining
or experience will be given preference.
We are an Equal Opportunity employ-
er. Information is available at 229-
8466 Monday Friday, 8:00 5:00
ET. 3tc 5/18


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PAYS
Call 227-1278 to place yours. $3.50
for first insertion, $2.00 a week for
consecutive runs, plus 54 per word
for all over 20.

STUTZMAN ROOFING
RC 0038936
Specializ ing Rerofs *
Single-ply & Repairs
"Where quality is higher than price"
229-8631


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


EFen'sVIHdevrapMIics
CUSTOM PHOTOGRAPHY
for Any Occasion
Commercial Portrait Wedding.
.For Details Call '
KEN HORNE Photographer
229-8722 tfc 4/6


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 ',
r"a Chain Saws \
'* Generators
N.Pumps
\0 Tillers
Go-Karts

229-2727
328 Reid Ave.
'* ~ Joe ,


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. 3tp5/11
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. tfe 5/4
CNA's needed for all shifts. Training
available. Apply in person at Bay St.
Joseph Care Center, 220 Ninth St.,
Port St. Joe. tfc 5/4'


RECEPTIONIST / CLERK, answer
switchboard, misc. accounting and
clerical responsibilities. Full-time.
Previous clerical experience preferred.
Apply: Marquis Admin., 502 Niles
Rd., Port St. Joe. 2tp 5/18
JOB NOTICE
The City of Port St Joe will be accept-
ing applications for the following post-
tion:
Police/Fire/911 Dispatcher
$6.21/Hour
Applications and job descriptions may
be picked up and returned to the Mu-
nicipal Building, 305 Fifth Street, be-
ginning Thursday, May 18 June 2,
1995, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Monday Friday.
The City of Port St. Joe enforces a
Drug-Free Workplace Policy and is ah ,
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ Pauline Pendarvis,
City Auditor-Clerk 2tc 5/18
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. 3tc 5/11
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


Christian woman to do houseclean-
ing. Residential or commercial. Excel-
lent references available. Call day or
.night, 227-7311 or 229-909 1.


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 t c 4/6


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
CJ.'S Lawn
Service
Serving Mexico Beach, St. Joe
Beach & Port St. Joe
"I Will Work for YOU!"
Mexico Beach, FL *
(904) 648-8492
Lic. 45455 pd. Mar.


LOOKING for mature individual to as-
sist Regional Vice President of Primer-
ica Financial Services. Take charge
and manage a portion of our multi-
faceted business. We-offer high com-
mission income potential, flexible
hours, many other pluses. Could start
part time. For interview, call today.
648-8565. tfc 5/4
Gulf Pines Hospital, RN, LPN, nursing
assistants needed part time/full time
for all shifts. Contact Tessa Goff at
227-1121. Itc 5/25
Taking applications for night security.
Apply at El Governor Mexico Beach.
Must be 21 years old. No phone calls.
3tc 5/18
Cooks and cashiers needed, Must be
reliable and willing to work. Will train.
Apply in person at Hardee's, 601
Monument Ave. 3tc 5/18
HARDEE'S
In PORT ST. JOE we need an Assist-
ant Manager Trainee. Qualifications:
Available to work all shifts dependa-
ble -,learn procedures control and
direct employees. Start $15.600 can
earn up to $21,000 + bonuses If effi-
cient in running shifts and show re-
suits. No Fast Food experience neces-
sary will train. 'No phone calls. Fill
out application at restaurant of send
resume to: Harry Sanders, P. 0. Box
1030, Panama City, IFL 32401. I will
contact you to set up interview.
2tc 5/18

Marquis Home Health Agency Is grow-
ing rapidly in the Panhandle and Is
accepting applications for a Regis-
tered Nurse to become their. Director
of Nursing. Home health experience Is
preferred. 3 Immediate openings exist
Panama City. in Port St. Joe and In
Wewahitchka. Please call Judith How-
ell at 229-6566. ltc 5/25






Blue carpet and beige carpet for sale.
Assorted sizes, call for information.
best offer. Also wood burning stove,
make offer. 229-8997, ask for Bill,
7:30 4:30.


Piano Lessons, all ages/levels. Ex-
perienced teacher, S40/month. Mexi-
co Beach, 648-4592. tfc 5/4


ED'S ROOFING
Quality work at a great
price.
Roof Repairs Shingle Tear Offs
Nall-Overs Built Up
Tar & Gravel Single Ply
5 Year Warranty Free Estimates
10% Senior Citizen Discount
All Types of Roofs
DON'T LIVE WITH A DRIP'
For A Free Estimate call
763-2260 bus.
or 648-8779 home
2tn 5/18


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
tfc4/6


FOSTER TREE &
STUMP REMOVAL
No Job Too Big ...
I n~_/T>-" <- -11


... ~ ri IoUU 0n
Jerry Foster FREE ESTIMATE
Licensed & Insured


ALL
ils.
904/E


339-5368
Pd. thru 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.
Office (904) 229-9292 4 i a
W~ig (664) 227-3220 / Por St. Joe, L am


I BOATING I


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... i ;; .-.;TRADES & SERVICES;.


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1995


MI.O

Air conditioner, 18,000 btu still under
warranty, $390; dinette set w/4 high
back vinyl and brass arm chairs $65;
Hotpoint heavy duty electric dryer
$90. 648-8782. ltc 5/25

"Frisbee" hybiscus, color, maroon, $5
ea. Banana trees, $10 ea. Elephant
ears and more. Come seel Daryl and
Marian Parker, 514 7th St., Port St.
Joe, 227-3409./ After 1:00 p.m. week
days and any time weekends.
2tp 5/25

5 ft. large pine dining room table.
Makes to 8' w/3 leaves. 6'chairs, good
condition, $200 obo. Two 10-speed
bikes, $40 each. 648-4428. Itc 5/25

Cellular phone w/antenna, $95. Pow-
er Stride II treadmill w/digital, $125.
229-9010. Itp 5/25

Sofa gold/brown tones, gold trim,
layered pillow back. Must sell $200.
Nice rug, wood, western colors, fringe
very good cond. 5'xT7, $30. Piano up-
right, 639-3507. Itp 5/25

Turkeys, young and old. Call 639-
2807. tfc 5/18

Massage your back with this new cozy
leisure-matic adjustable bed, rolling
casters. Must see to appreciate. Cost
.new $1,300, will sell for $800 FIRM.
Call 229-6858 anytime. 2tp 5/18

Western Auto Special. Computer spin
balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfc 5/4

Beautiful day lilies. Red, cream, pink.
salmon, yellow and more. Perfect for
this climate. Jean Stebel, 6760 Hwy.
71, White City. 3tc 5/11

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 TOO1 227-1105.
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.
*fc 5/4

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







S ... D a g 5/18
FREcnutain ai

I acc, Ineedn
Mar Kaeuy osl
tat 64-381
_7 Ar ,18


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





Snow white 1 1/2 year old cat, de-
clawed, all shots, has had the works!
Free to only a good home. Call 648-
8723.

DOG GROOMING PLUS offers dip-
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 Pet &
Property Tenders, fully insured, 1-
90,4-229-1065. tfc 5/4

Liquid wormers not doing the job?
Ask BARFIELD'S LAWN & GARDEN
229-2727 about HAPPY JACK TRI-
VERMICIDE. Recognized safe and ef-
fective against hook, round & tape-
worms in dogs & cats! 6tc 5/25







For sale -by owner: 3 bdrm.,. 2 ba.
brick/large den, screened porch/vinyl
trim, new roof. Call 229-8356 after
6:00 p.m. $72,900. tfc 5/18

3 or 4 bdrm., 2 ba. home on 1/3 acre
lot in nice neighborhood. Stucco over
block with wood frame' additions.' Ap-
prox. 1800 sq. ft. under roof. Recently
remodeled kitchen w/gas range, d.w.
& disposal. Lg. master bedroom w/
walk-in closet and Ig. master bath.
20'x20' den with gas fireplace. 12'x20'
deck. Gas central heat & air. New gas
water heater. 8'x12' outside storage
shed. Only $67,500. 229-8498.
tfc 5/18


3 bdrm., 2 ba. approx. 1500 sq. ft, on
corner lot in nice neighborhood close
to schools. Ch&a, fp, new appliances,
privacy fence, in-ground sprinkler
system. 200 sq. ft. shop and, more.
$79,500. 227-7377, leave message.
2tp 5/18

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 5/25


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/ /


Nice 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with
double carport & utility bldg. 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

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

"Handyman Special", 3 bdrm., 2
bath shell house, beautiful 1/2 acre.
C-30 south Cape San Bias area. Rea-
sonably priced. Financing available.
227-7506W 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 financing. High and dry, 5 acre
homesite, 240 ft. well, septic, work-
shop, 1 1/2 mile N. Dead Lakes PkR,
647-3581. tfc 5/4

Half acre lots for sale, Hwy. 386,
Overstreet, Creekvlew 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

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


For Sale by Owner
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 sprinkler system &
much more. $108,000. Call
Frank D. or Carla May at
227-2008 .. ... tfc 5/4


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9495-35
The Board ol Counry Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida. will receive sealed bids from any
qualified person, colhpany or corporation interest-
ed In providing the County with the following:
Furnish all material and labor to install
a new boiler to replace the existing boll- '
er at the Oulf County Courthouse. Spec-
iflcatlons can be obtained from the Gulf
County Maintenance Department, from
8:00 a.m., E.D.T. to 5:00 p.m., S.D.T.,
Monday thru Friday or at (004) 22- .
0281.-
Delivery Date must be specified.
Please indicate on the' envelope that this iss a
sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid Is for.
Bids will be received until 5:00 p.m., E.D.T.,
on Tuesday. June 13, 1995, at the Gulf County
Clerk of Court's Office, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St
Joe, Florida, 32456. The Board reserves the right
to reject any and all bids .
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Michael L Hammond, Chairman
Attest: /s/ Benny C. uster, Clerk of Courts
2tc, May 18 and 25, 1995.


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
D BM.NO. 9495-836
The Gulf County Board 'of County Commis-
sioners will receive sealed bids from any qualified
person, company or corporation Interested in con-
structing the following project:
BEACON HILL PARK


Plans and specifications can be obtained by
calling Preble-Rlsh, Inc., 326 Reld Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456, (904) 227-7200. Costs for
plans and specifications will be $50.00 per set and
is non-refundable. Checks should be made pay-
able to Preble-Rish, Inc.
Bids will be received until 5:00 p.m.. East-
ern Time, June 13, 1995, at the Gulf County
Clerk's Office, 1000 Fifth Street. Port St. Joe. Florl
da, 32456 and will be opened and read aloud on
June 13, 1995. at 6:00 p.m., Eastern Time, at the
Gulf County Board of ,county Commissioners
Meeting Room. ALL BIDS SHOULD BE SEALED
AND MARKED "BEACON HILL PARK".
The Owner has the right to waive any infor-
malities or to reject any or all bids. Each bidder
must deposit his/her security In the amount, form
and subject to the conditions provided in the Infor-
mation to Bidders. Sureties used for obtaining
bonds must r ppear as acceptable according to the
Department of'lTreasury Circular 570.,
IN PARTICULAR BIDDERS SHOULD NOTE
THE REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS AND CERTIFI-
CATIONS TO BE EXECUTED AND SUBMITTED
WITH THE FORM OF BID PROPOSAL.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
2tc, May 18 anid 25, 1995.

INVITATION TO BID
The Gulf County Board .of County Commis-
sioners, as part of the 1993=1994 State Housing
Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) Program will be ac-
cepting bids for minor rehabilitation of ten (10)
housing umis.
Job Specifcations and information of the
scope of work can be obtained by contacting Gulf
County Building Department at (904) 229-8944.
All bids must be received no later than 4:00
p.m.. local time on Friday. June 9, 1995. at the
Gulf County Building Department. Golf Count) '
Courthouse. 1000 5th Street. Port St Joe. Florida
32456. .
Gulf County Is an Equal Opportunity/Fair
Housing Jurisdiction.
2tc, May 25 and June 1995

IN THE CIRCUIT COURr.
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 95-26
IN PROBATE
INRE: TheEstateof
LEOS.POGORZELSKI,
deceased

NOTICE OP AnurNIUTRATION


STHE ADMINISTRATION ofi the Estate of LEO
S. POGORZELSKI. deceased File Number 95-26.
Is pending in the Circuli Court for Gulf County.
florida. Pro.bate Division, the address of which Is
Gulf County Courthouse, 1000 5th Street. Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456. The name and address of the
Personal Representative and his attorney are set
forth below.
All interested persons are required to file
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THEDATE OF
THE FIRST PUBUCATION 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 25. 1995. -
/s/ AUCIA C. JONES
RISH & GIBSON, P. A.
303 4th Street
P.O. Box 39
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(904) 229-8211
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE .
FL BAR NO. 0048674
Is/ LEO S. POGORZELSI, JR.
224 Santa Anna Street
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
2te, May25 and June 1, 1995.


THE BOARD OF CITY COMMISSIONERS WILL
HOLD A SPECIAL MEETING THURSDAY. MAY


25. 1995 AT 12:00 NOON, IN THE FIRE STATION
FOR THE PURPOSE OF DISCUSSING A DOWN-
TOWN MARINA AND ANY OTHER MATTER THAT
MAY BE BROUGHT BEFORE THE COMMISSION.
All persons are invited to attend these meetings.
Any person who decides to appeal any decision
made by the Commission with respect to any mat-
ter considered at said meeting will need a record of
the proceedings, and for such purpose may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings Is made, which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based. (The Board of City Commission of the City
of Port St. Joe. Florida will not provide a verbatim
record of this meeting.)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, persons needing special ac-
commodations to participate in this proceedings
should contact Pauline Pendarvis. City Clerk, City
of Port St. Joe. at City Hall, Telephone No. 904/
229-8261.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
Frank Pate. Jr.
Mayor-Commissioner
THIS NOTICE POSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
CHAPTER 286 OF THE FLORIDA STATUTES.
Itc, May 25, 1995.


"Advertising Paysf
-Call Us-
The Star Publishing Co.

227-1278 j


HANNON St. Joe Beach
$38,000

REALTY, INC. Buys 3 BR 1 bath

221 Reid Ave. beach cottage on

Port St. Joe large lot. Eat-in kitch-

904-227-1450 en, appliances.
Make offer!
FRANK HANNON, Broer Make offer!


Gulf County "Country"

Close to fishing and hunt-
ing, 1 acre, mature trees,

-prime country. 3 BR/3
'bath deluxe home, central
h&a, big screened porch
and more!
$57,500.00



Just Discovered -
1600 + square foot home in .
Oak Grove. Hardwood
floors, Florida room, new
siding, cen. air, brick fire-
place, many other nice .
features.

Only $54,900.00. Frank Hannon, Sandy Smock,
Tom Mays


Fantasy Properties, Inc.

1200 U. S. Hwy. 98 John M. Delorme, Realltor Joy Holder 648-8493
Mexico Beach FL 32410 647-3633 Joan Kent 647-3264
SBeach, FL 3240 Ellen F. Allemore, Realtor Judie McCormick 648-8595
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478 647-8939 Don Rains 648-3036
Earl Groh 647-3199 Moira Ritch 647-5286
Joan Smithwick 648-8121
ir-r l~. APAITrFU


NEW L I STINUGS: "
Mexico Beach, Beachside 111 S. 37th St. Pier
Pointe #6, Tastefully decorated 2 bdrm., 1.5 bath
townhouse.. Many extras, all electric kitchen, ch/a,
sunken living rm., 'garden tub, upstairs deck off mas-
ter bdrm. w/ gulf view, sold fully furnished including
w/d, trash compactor, dishwasher. End unit. Good
rental history, $82,500.'
Beachside 109B S. 38th St. Summer Place #11 -
Nicely furnished 3 bd. 1.5 bath townhouse.. Fully fur-
nished including w/d, elec. kit., d.w., house has new
a/c system and new hot water heater. Excellent ren-
tal potential. $72,500.
WATERFRONT St. Joe Beach Coronado Gulf-
view #3, nicely remodeled, redecorated 2 bd., 2 ba.
unit w/a great view of the Gulf. All elec. kit. w/d.w.,
microwave, w/d, cen. h/a, parking underneath. Sold
furnished. Great rental property, $95,000.
INDIAN PASS 776 Indian Pass Road. Like new
2 bd., 2 ba. single story stilt home on the gulf. Quiet
peaceful and secluded area of beach. Located on Ig.
lot, 101.5' waterfront, 472 ft. more or less. $175,000.
Very popular rental unit.
OVERSTREET 616 Chapel Lane, Small 3 bd., 1
ba. brick home on over 1 acre wooded lot. Above
ground pool, fenced back yd. garage & workshop,
Quiet & private, .screened porch front &. back.
$49,900.
MEXICO BEACH
316 Hatley Dr. Center unit In triplex. Nice quiet neighborhood, 3
bdrm., 2 ba. $55,000.
117 First St., 2 bd., 1 ba. stilt beach house, excellent rental, nice
weekend retreat, completely furnished, $49,000.

CAPE SAN BLAS
WATERFRONT CAPE SAN BLAS Cape Dunes Subd., Lavishly
decorated executive, home on cement pilings never rented. 4/5
bd., 4 ba. with many extras including washer/dryer, icemaker, under-
neath parking. Hurricane shutters, fireplace, many furnishings re-
main. Approx. 2,500 sq. ft. Priced at $250,000. Reduced to
$225,000. .
Cape Dunes Subdivision. 780 feet to beautiful beach, secluded
area, completely furnished 2 bd., 2 ba. house. Popular vacation unit
with Ig. deck and Florida room. $84,900. Assumable mortgage.

BEACON HILL
Mobile home Third Ave. between 5th and 6th St. 2 bd., 1 ba.,
with porch. Furnished-. $35,000.

BEACH SIDE
Corner of 27th & Hwy c 1i2 bC 1 ba. duplex, good invest-
ment property lots of dpona1, gea edition. $79,900 for both..
39th St. Nice 1 bd., 1 ba. townhouse, fully furnished w/kit., liv./din.
combination, end unit, excellent rental unit, $54,000.
Pier Rd., 37th St. Nice,2,bd(,,2ba. tw house, not on rental pro-
gram. All appliances ind..dvl sma furniture. Very popular
neighborhood. $67,000. -L
Corner of 27th St. & Hwy. 98 Duplex, each side has 2 bd., 1 ba.
furnished. Excellent rental potential. $4i0-OsO. Reduced to
$110,000


Corner of 31st St. -Duplex each side of duplex has 1 bd., 1 be.,
neatly furnished. Approx. 100' hwy. frontage. Zoned tourist/
commercial. "$90,000. .
101-A Miramar Dr. 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba. townhome,-furnished, new car-
pet, Ig. landscaped d rner yard with sprinkler ss tei&,priv..6nce.
Waterview vievndlo.0rveniPier
Rd. & Canal Parkw&9 eet NEWfIoCE $6900. -
37th St.-2Gu f 4 ea e ,, 2DY ,h i( y hed 2
bedroom, 2 bd ,t,:Wviqhn,1 iose 0i00. hAei4i ,8[T,0.,
110 40th St. Apt. #2 2 bd.,.1 ba., furnished, close to beach, re-
duced to $37,000. Make offer.

GULF AIRE
8401 Tradewinds Dr. Never miss. a sunset from this custom-bulit,
gulf view 2-story cedar iome. Offers 4/5 bd., 3 ba. over-sized stone
fireplace, fam. rm. w/wet bar & surround-sound speakers. This is a
comfortable'family and entertainment home. $178,500.
312 Gulfaire Dr.: Absolutely beautiful Ig. 3 or 4 bdrm. home w/
sunken great room, 2 1/2 bath. Approx. 4 years old. Cedar siding -
2 car garage cen. h/a, oak floors & carpet. Dream kitchen w/island,'
separate dining. Must see. $139,000.
GulfAIre Dr. Triplex, two 3 bd., 2 ba. units and one 1 bd.,'1 be.
unit, very nice, good investment, all 3 at $175, 000

ST. JOE BEACH.
6311 Alabama Ave. Nice 3 bd., 1 1/2 ba., on Ig. 150'x150 lot. In-
cludes stove & refrig. Nice porch, garage, fenced yd. elec. garage
door opener, and water heater, lots of storage space. Owner mov-
ing. Priced to sell at $54,00. Now $49,900.
14C Bay St. Nice 3 bd., 1 ba. frame home on a nice lot in a seclud-
ed neighborhood. House has Ig. screened porch and a 14'x24' auxil-
iary building. Priced to sell at $69,900.
6917 Georgia Ave. Modular home in excel. cond. Many features in-
cluding double garage, workshop, front & back porch, concrete
drive, cathedral ceiling & Ig. liv. rm., 3 bd., 2 ba., landscaped & TV
satellite dish. Must see to appreciate. $62,900.
235 Selma St. Immaculate 3 bd., 2 ba. mobile home on Ig. lot, 1 1/2
blocks to beach. Wired workshop carport, nice,, fenced yard. Re-
duced to $49,500.
Coronado St. Like new 2 bd., 1 be. sturdy double wide home, 2
biks to beach, ch/a, furnished. Front deck. Ig. back screen porch, w/
walkway to cute little. 1 bd, 1 be. granny house. Outside shower,
store. bldg. low maintenance yd. w/natural terrain. Neat as a pini
$60,000.
100 Santa Anna. Frame duplex 2 bd., 1 ba. upstairs, 1 bd., 1 be.
downstairs, 1/2 block to beach. Good rental history. $89000 Re-
duced to $75,000.
Coronado #7 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba. townhome, unrestricted gulf view,
furnished, nice. Reduced to $65,000. Make offer.

PORT ST. JOE
105 Hunter St., Oak Grove. Great starter home 2 bd., with study
or 3 bd., 1 ba., den, ch/a, laundry rm & workshop on a nice 89'x60'
lot. Prided to sell at $37,500 reduced.

HIGHLAND VIEW
110 Bonlta St. 2 bd., 1 ba. Wood frame house recently remodeled
with a new roof. Includes adjoining lot with in-place septic system
for 2 bd. mobile home. All for $37,900.


WEWA, HOWARD CREEK,WHITE CITY
Squirrel Ave. FISH, RELAX & BE IN COMFORT. This well-built A-
frame home is situated oh 2 cleared lots. Offers 4 bd., 1 1/2 ba.,
loft area, livJdining area w/open cross-beamed ceiling. Kit. has
new cabinets & new vinyl flooring. Cen. air, gas heater, new hot
water tank, Ig. screened front porch. This and mote for a very af-
fordable price of $43,500.00.
White City 215 Charles Ave. Lovely 3 bd.', 1 ba. house on 2
lots. House has fireplace and 2 car garage. Priced right at
$64,900.
Land's Landing Evergreen Drive 1983 14'x67' mobile home -
3 bd., 2 ba. New septic tank & well January 1992. Central a/c &
con. gas heat. Appliances Includedl Equity & assume mortgage, if
qualified. $25,000.'
OVERSTREET
200 Canal Dr. Nice corner lot with a 2 bd., 1 ba. mobile home,
handyman's special, $27,900. .
Pleasant Rest Cemetery Rd. 412 Raven Rd., want to be away
from it and still, have neighbors? This is- itl Approx. 12 miles to
Mexico Beach. 2 bd, 2 be., ch/a, alec. kitchen, chain link fenced,
detached 2 car garage w/attached 1 bdrm., 1 ba. elec. kitchen, ch/
a. Boat shed with storage, storage shed. Approx. 1 acre.
$444,60. Reduced to $99,500.
408 N. Canal St. Watch the boats go by from your comfortable 2
bd., 2 be. stucco home with 100' on Intracoastal Canal, ch/a, all
elec., priv. fence. 2 storage bidgs., satellite dish. Peaceful-neigh-
borhood reduced $79,900. r
Canal Iront home Overstrset Large 3 bdrmn, 2 ba. home on
approx 4 acres with 225' on the canal. This lovely 2 story stilt
home has many amenities Including cedar-lined walk-in closets, ja-
cuzzi, con. h&a, ground floor enclosed with 3 garage doors. Lg,
38'x60'metal building with two 12x12' roll-up doors included. Was
$162,000. Reduced to $105,000.
W. Forest St. 1982 60' 2 bd. furn. mobile home w/porch & storage
shed, well & new pump Located on leveled, treed lot, approx. .663
acres. Call for directions. $28.500.

COMMERCIAL/INVESTMENT PROPERTY
PORT ST. JOE
2.5' plus acres commercial/industrial with old garage, lots of possi-
bilities, $99,000.
HIGHLAND VIEW
Hwy. 98 & 5th St., Great commercial.location with many possibili-
ties. Was seafood 'market, some equipment, remodeled in '92.
Priced right $89,900.
MEXICO BEACH
37th St. approx. 75'x100' beachside, Pier Road.,'$57,000.
ST. JOE BEACH
U.S. 98 between Balboa & Magellan 3/4 block & 1 lot., Permit-
ted for condos only. $300,000

LOTS
SEASHORES SUBDIVISION
Nautilus Dr., BIk A, lot 3, good size $18,000..
Nautilus Dr., BIk. A, Lot 9, city water, city sewer, 80'x150' lot.
$20,000.
GULFAIRE SUBDIVISION
Gultaire Dr., Phase II, lots 21 & 22, BIk. C, large 80' x 125' Great
price $14,900 each.
Gulfaire Dr., Phase III, lot 9 Corner lot patio home size
$12,500.
Gulfaire Dr., Phase III, lots 6,7,8 Priced right $11,000 each.
Gulf Aire S'ubd., Lot 17, Block C vacant lot with large back yard.
$17,900,
Gulfaire Dr., Lot 22, block "D", nice lot, single family, priced to sell.
Reduced to $15,000.
Lot 39, Block "C", corner lot next to swimming pool and tennis
courts. Excellent location. $25,000.
Lots 32 and 33, BIk. C, Gullaire, Phase II. Sewer tap paid;
$18,000. Reduced to $16,500 for a limited period of time. Owner
will sell BOTH LOTS together at a reduced price. Make offer.


GullAlre Dr. Lot 11.
$29,000.


Block C, Phase 2 approx. 75'x125',


GulfAire Dr. Lot 25 & 26, Block C, Phase 2 adpprox. 72.6'x146'
& 73'x150' $17,000 ea.
GulflAre Dr. Lot 9, Block G, Phase 2 approx.-74'x120' -
close to pool & tennis court, $22,800
GulfAire Dr. Lot 15, Block C, Phase 2 approx. 85'x125',
$22,900
MEXICO BEACH
Azalea St. Nice residential lot, 75'x100'. Good neighborhood,
priced to sell at $12,900..
5th St. Large lot, nice area, zoned for homes only, $12,500.
Robin Lane: Lot 9, Block 3, Unit 17. Nice residential neighborhood.
$11,500.
Grand Isle Subd. Lot 3 & 4, Block D, unit 15.- approx. 70' x 100'
each zoned houses only. $10,000 each, both for $18,500.
Large corner lot, corner Hatley Dr. & Hwy. 386, Mexico Beach.
Zoned residential, $17,500.
Robin Lane, lot for sale, houses only, $11,500.
7th St.0o t I 1 e it ?4"4Stor. shed.

South 36th St.: Excellent 75' x 100' lot 4th from water, $55,000
8th St., between Oleander & Fortner, 50'x150', $17,500
Corner of Robin .Lane & Hwy. 386-A. Nice vacant lot, Reduced
- $14,000
Robin Lane Unit 17, Block 1, Lot 10 approx. 250'x100' irregu-
lar shape, has'septic tank, restricted to houses $17,500
Grand Isle Kim Kove Lot 8, Block C, Unit 15 houses,
$12,000
Grand Isle Nan Nook & Kim Kove Lot 19, Block D approx.
71.8'x115' houses, $11,500
131 Pine St. Lot 10, Block 6, Unit 11 75'x100' houses, $12,500,

CAPE SAN BLAS
Gull Shore Drive: close to Gulf. One nice 50'x100' lot, $24,000.
ST. JOE BEACH
Atlantic St. 50' x 100' lot, steps to water, $20,000.
Pineda St.: Four 50'x125' lots, 1 block to beach, $20,000 each.
Americus & Selma -Lot 13, BIk. 10, Unit 1 approx. 75'x150',
$15,500.
Americus & Selma Lot 11, BIk. 10, Unit 1 approx. 84'x150,
$14,500.'
BEACON HILL
Faulk Place. Vacant lot 100'x120' approx. with large septic tank,
$21.000.,
Lucia St. Large vacant lot with barn. 100'x120', $19,500
Beacon Hill Estates Hwy. 386 Lot 9, Block 1, Unit 1 approx.
100'x120'; $17,000
Beacon Hill Estates -Lucia Ave. Lot 10, Block 1, Unit 1, Approx.
100'x120' 13,000 hI
Beacon Hill Estates: Criton St. Lots 5 & 6, Block 3, Unit 1 irreg-
ular $32.000.
Starfish & Cowries Ave. Lot 20, Block 22, $13,500
OVERSTREET
Creekwood: 2 nice large lots. Buy together and have over an acre.
$10,000 each.
Sunshine Farm# 7 + acres, $7,500 per acre. One parcel with
septic tank at $14,500 if sold separately.
Creekwood Estates Lot 17, 1/2 acre, $11,000

WEWAHITCHKA
Enjoy country living at Gulf County Farms, 4 acres, $15,700.
Stone. Mill Creek close to great freshwater fishing, each lot
$6,900. BIk. D, lot 1 and lot 3.
Riverside Estates Lot 6 & 7, Block 7, Unit 3, 75'x125' each.
Priced $7,500 for both.


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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 co ts
of such sale and all advertis-
ing. Sale will be held at the
Gulf County,'. Courthouy,
County Codmission Meetilg
Room, 1000 Fifth Strt.,
Port St. Jbte, County of Glf
State of Florida.




EDA RUTH TAYLOR
TAX COLLECTOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


00060-230R
1 R-0010600 $337.84
WARD WANDA E
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNREC.
LOTS 6-10 2.5 AC M/L
ORB 155/859-873 FR FLEMING
MAP# 155

00085-OOOR
2 R-0011900 538,.96
COBB SHERRY ET AL
5 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES .
(UNRECORDED) A 60 X 130 FT
LOT FR LANGFORD ORB 79/1086
MAP #1i6A

00121-001R
.3 R-001i700 S38.96
SALGUEIRO DEBORAH L.
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD .ACRES
(UNRECORDED) A 60 X 130 FT
LOT ORB 74/iii0
MAP #156A


00131-006M
4 : R-0017900
GASKIN PHILLIP RUDY JR.
S 6 T 6 R 9 640 ACRES 1/4
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00135-000R
5 .R-0018500 S282.94
DYKES CAROL
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) LESS SR 387 R/W
ORB 171/848 FR SAPP
MAP #156A"

00187-000R
& R-0028000 S375.28
GORMHN w. CARSON
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD.(UNRECORDED) PART OF LOT
4 BEING 90 BY 110 FT. ORB
77/469
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX ROLL)

. 00193-00A .. .. .-" ..
7 P-00.BBOO S74.090'"
GORMAN WILLT4M S
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD,(UNRECORDED) W 75 FT. OF
LOT 5 REC'D ORB 147/905 FR
GORMAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00223-OOOR
8 R-0033500. 5$4.94
WALDING O.C.
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB i.PG
59 LOT 12 ORB 103/1005 FR
SCOTT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00248-O00R
9 R-0037100 S332.07
CLARK JAMES W. 8: SHERRY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT 'HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB i PG
59 LOT 6 ORB 114/623 FR
RUSSELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00326-OOOR
10 R-0051800 S298.99
MIXON LANNY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOTS 12, 13, 1i ORB 156/
464-468 FR MIXON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00334-009R
11 R-0053600 $371.10
STRICKLAND DANIEL 8: BETTY S
S 5 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-008800 $532.13
LEE BILLY G.. ET AL
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4 ORB 57/731
MAP # 156 A
BLK 7

00334-078R
13 R-00OO900 S86.82
LEE BILLY G. ET UX
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT 5 ORB 87/499
MAP # 156 A
BLK 7

00334-237R
14 R-0063000 90.97
MORRISON J D 8: DOROTHY LEE
HOWARD CREEK PROP. NO. 2
UNRECORD LOT 17
ORB 164/927 FR MARSHALL
MAP# 156D
BLK B
00334-2_3R
1E R-0063400 $380.87
SKIPPER'S CHOICE INC
HOWARD CREEK PROP, NO. 2
UNRECORD LOT 3 ORB 151/713
FR POWELL
MAP# 1E6C
BLR C *

00334-53ER
16 R-006E600 S263.61
LAMBERT GEORGE 8: CELENA J
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT
NO. 3 UNRECORDED LOT 7
ORB 153/4_43 FR LAMBERT
MAP# 16C
BLK D

00334-54ER
17 R-0065800 121.i01
LAMBERT JOHN E
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT
NO. 3 UNRECORDED LOT 9
ORB 153/444 FR LAMBERT. LESS
ORB 153/882 TO GILLMAN
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00334-550R
18 R-0065900 5487.36
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 8: SANDRA
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT
NO. 3 UNRECORDED LOT 5
ORB 160/559 GC FR LYNN
MAP# 156D
BLK E

00334-E80R
20 R-0066500 S180.1
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)

0033E-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 #i56A

00335-003R .
23 R-0069"00 567.10
WHITFIELD LANDING INC.
S 5 T 7 R 8
ALL SWi/4 OF SECT. 5 LESS
SOLD ORB 129/81-17 FR HILL
MAP#.



00335-OSOR
24 R-0069600 051,493.67
WHITFIELD LANDING INC.
S S T 7 R 8 1.93 AC M/L
438.98 X 200 FT PARCEL
ORB 129/815-17 FR HILL
MAP# I56A

00338.-080R
25 R-0071000 590.97
JONES JOE Z
S T 7 R 8 .5 AC M/L HOWARD
.CREEK PROPERTIES UNREC, LOT 7
ORB 168/964 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-2i6R
26 R-0074600 $90.97
CHRISTENSON THOMAS L
S 6 T 7 R 8
'HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 8 ORB 156/664 FR GULF CO.
FARMS INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-260R
27 R-0076300 HX 5477.67
MAULDEN BILLY E

HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOTS 29, 30) 31 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" ORiB 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 CREEK PROPERTIES
LOTS 47) 481 49, 50
ORB 170/806 FR GULF CO. FARMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

.00383-300R
30 R-0086400 5267.39
SMILEY DONALD S
S 8 T 7 R 8 .5 AC M/L
BEOMG FARM #5A ORB 167/77 FR
FLEMING LAND CO. & 3 AC IN
FARM#5 ORB 167/299'FR FLEMING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00383-35OR
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# 1560

00387-OOOR
32 R-0087000 28,21"
MIXON LANNY ET AL
S 20 T 7 R 8 1 ACRE REC'D
ORB 156/462-463 FR MIXON
MAP #157

00416-OOOR
33 R-0092100 5290.99
GUILFORD JERRY L &8 JANICE F
S 31 T 3 R 9 1 AC REC'D
ORB 150/435 FR TAYLOR
MAP# 109C

00419-OOOR
34. R-R0092400 HX 5788.92
DILL JOHN C. MRS.
S 31 T 3 R 9 5 AC LAND DESC
IN ORB 50/80 FR HALEY ORB
0/82 FR THOMAS 8: 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 T 4 R 9 11 AC M/L REC'D
ORB 60/662 FR EASTERLING
BEING PARCEL "A" f PARCEL
"A-I" ORB 62/186 & A PORTION
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00456-010R
36 R-0097300 5699.07
SWEBB SUSAN REDMOND ET AL
S 7 T 4 R 9 PARCEL "H",
"H-1": "H-2" 8: A 638 X 50 FT
LOT N OF PARCEL "H" ORB .
60/854 f ORB 62/1050 & 1051
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00493-000R
37 R-0102600 5244.47
MULLIS JERRY ARTHUR 8: JOANN
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35 LOT 1
MAP #127C 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
MAP #I27C
RLK 3


00509-OOOR
S 40 R-0113400 S481.37
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)





00517-001R
41 R-0116600 $213.89
HILL WILLIAM L SR
S 16 T 4 R 9.A 105 X 210 FT
LOT FR GASKIN ORB 148/4E50-452
FR YORK ET AL
MAP# 128B

0523-OOOR
42 R-0117100 $43.88
CARTER JOHN W. & CHRISTINE
CHIPOLA CUTOFF ADDITION TO
IOLA LOT 3 PB 2 PG 21 ORB
111/706 FR POWELL
MAP# 11i A
BLK 1

00539-10R
43 R-0119O5O0 68.45.
SIMMONS TOMMY R.,
CHIPOLA CUT-OFF ADDITION TO
IOLA .
LOTS 1 BLK 3 & LOTS 2)4, BLK 4
ORB 131/293 FR SIMMONS
MAP# iiiA

00574-OOOR
44 R-0125400 5392.15
BORDERS VALERIAs HEIRS OF
S 30 T 4.R 9 1.92 AC BEG AT
NEC OF NW/4 OF NW/4; RUN S 9
CHS TH W 2.22 CHSi TH N 9
CHSi TH E 2.22 CHS TO POB0
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00585-0490R
45 R-0128100 S323.62
CULVERHOUSE.JAMES S.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 8 ORB 123/761 FR
HOBBS
MAP# 112B
BLK C

00600-OOOR
46 R-0130i00M 527.72
PARKER CHARLIE M & FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 5
ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 1i28
BLK F

00601-00OR
47 R-0130200 S27.72
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCES C
RED BULL.ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 6
ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 112B
BLK F

00602-OOOR
48 R-0130300 527.72
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 7
.ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 1i2B
BLK F

80603-OOOR
+9 R-0130400 S27.72
PARKER CHARLIE M : .FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. I LOT 8
ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP#. 128
: BLK F
,,`.'00 4-000R -. -
50 ,R-0130500 : 1` 27..i.-S7>;72
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCES C
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1. LOT 9
ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 112B
BLK F


00618-080R
51 R-0134800
ALLISON LARRY J.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.
NO. 2 LOT 2 & .98 AC I
OF SAID LOT; BEING 1.!
ORB 89/643 FR YATES Ml


00621-060R
52 R-0137300
MC DANIEL B. J.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD,
NO. 2 LOT 18 ORB 118/:
FR DUREN
MAP# ii2B
BLK K

00621-070R
53 R-0137400
MC DANIEL B. J.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.
NO. 2 LOT 19 ORB 118/1
FR DUREN
MAP# 112B
BLK K

00622-020R
54, R-0137700
.FUSELIER DONNA E.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.
NO. 2 LOT 24 ORB 81/91
MAP #112B


00623-040R
55 R-0138600
HALL LARRY
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD,.
NO. 2 LOT 9 ORB 143/35
HALL
MAP #1i2B


00623-080R
56 R-0139000
WOODHAM EVELYN W
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.
NO. 2 LOT 13 ORB 141/9
SHERROD
MAP #112B


00626-050R
57 R-0140800
ALEXANDER CYNTHIA S.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.
NO. 2 LOT 11 ORB 81/52
140/188 FR ALEXANDER
MAP# 112B


00629-000R
s 58 R-0143100
STRICKLAND FRANK
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.,
NO. 2 LOT 4
MAP# 112B


00629-080R
59 R-0143600
PICKRON SHARLOTTE
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.
NO. 2 LOT 12 & 16 ORB
BC FR ARMSTRONG
MAP# 1128


00634-O30R
61 R-0146400
SUGGS MACK C.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN
NO. 2 LOT 9
MAP #ii2B


00634-040R
62 R-014i6500
SUGGS MACK C.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN
NO. 2 LOT 10
MAP #ii2B


00634-OSOR
63 R-0146600
SUGGS LEE R. 8: FRANCES G
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN
NO. 2 LOT 10 A) 10 Bi 8:
ORB 102/53 FR SUGGS
MAP# 11i2B


00640-005R
64 R-0148900
MYERS CHRISTA
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT
LOT 4 ORB 133/563-65
MAP # 112B


NO.
FR


00640-006R
65 R-01479000
MYERS TIMOTHY
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO.
LOT 5 ORB 133/560-62 FR
MAP #112B


00640-083R
66 R-0152900 .
GRAY HENRY JR. ET AL
.RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO.
LOT 4
MAP #ii2B


00640-084R
67 R-0153000
GRAY HENRY JR. ET AL
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO.
LOT 5
MAP #1ii2B


00640-085R
68 R-i053100
TADLOCK DONNA
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO,
LOT 2 ORB 125/980-81 FR
OF HENRY, FORD HEWETT
MAP# 1 2B
B LK
00640-086R
69 R-0153200
PARKER CHARLIE M 8: FRANCE
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT .NO.
LOT 6,
ORB 14S/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 112B
BL)

00640-122R
70 R-01S3900
ALLEN LEONARD L. JR.
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO.
LOT 8
MAP #112B8


00642-009R
71 R-0155800 HX 51
NATIONS ROBERT B JR
COCHRAN LANDING) UNREC.,
LOT 9 ORO 168/109 FR
KENSINGER
MAP# 1128

0 0 4 49 9- a '
7." R'-059300
LWVIS ROBERT M 8: DORtS GR
S 31 T 4 R 9 AC M/L
TWIN LAKES SUBD, UNIT NO.
UNREC. LOT 1i ORB 143/5
ASSIG OF CONTRACT
MAP#t 112'


00652-OOOR
$233.29 73 R-0160600
LETT NEIL R. & TERESA
UNIT S 31 T 4 R 9 A LOT 175 X :
LYING SE FT ORB 120/19 FR WEWA STA7
5 AC M/L BANK
AP #112B MAP# 112C
BLK I
-. 00659-OOOR
74 R-0161100
6006 AKE CLIFFORD R 8. BRANDY R
S 31 T 4 R 9-A 120 X 175 I
UNIT ON BOZEMAN CIRCLE
L1040 CD ORB 145/824 FR FARMER 8: 0O
145/825S-26 B': FR PARMER
MAP# 112C

*00668-000R
75 R-0161900 ,!
560.06 TOWERS DEVELOPMENT CO. OF
S 31 T 4 R 9 7.701 AC
UNIT PARCELS i, 2, 3
1040 CD ORB 161/574 FR TOWER'S
CONSTRUCTION CO. OF P.C.
MAP# 112C

00709-001R
76 R-0167600 '
563 51 FORTSON GLADYS ANN
S 18 T 5 R 9 9 8.847 AC M.
UNIT N 774.06 FT OF THAT PART
7 NW/4 OF SW/4 OF SECT 18 L'
W OF SR 71 ORB 129/371 ,QC
SBLK K (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX
00709-ISOR
5221.59 77 R-0168400 -
OLSON JAMES A.
UNIT S 18 T E R 9 .5 AC M/L 106
9 FR X 205 FT LOTi BEING LOT 8
UNRECORDED PLAT ORB 89/91:
HERRING
BLK L MAP # 114 B

00710-250R
5304.46 78 R-0169200 S
SCARAB IN DARLENE
UNIT S 18 T 5 R 9 .92 AC :M/L
?07 FR BEING LOT 10 GUAIL RIDGE E
UNREC. SUB ORB 159/47 FR
GRADDY
8BLK L MAP# 114B

00728-10ER
64.86 79 R-0172500 S
HARRISON DEWEY C &8 WYNELL
UNIT S 19 T 5 R 9 HONEY HILL
:0 8: ORB (UNRECORDED) LOT 1
ORB 154/764 FR LISTER
MAP# 114C
BLK M
00728-250R
80 R-0175200 S
563.51' ARDIRE KENNETH 8: JO ANN
S 19 T 5 R 9
UNIT HONEY HILL SUB. (UNREC.) A(
LOT 30 ORB 125/561 AA FR
HARRISON BEING BAIT 8: TACK
BLK N (FOR FURTHER LEGAL -SEE TAX

00735-001R
S107,98 81' R-0177600
WIMBERLY B M
UNIT S 19 T E R 9
172/975 .846 AC M/L
132 FT LOT ON C-381 ORB 16
788 FR HARRISON
BL-:K N MAP #114:C


00741-03:2R
S63.51 83 R-0181600 S199.84
JOHNSON CLIFFORD M JR 8: RHONDA
qIT 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

S63.51 00741-033R
84 R-0181700 S196.08
IT ELLIOT JAMES H. SR. ET AL',
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
#32 ORB 91/153 ASSIGNMENT FR
BLK P JOHNSON 4.9 AC M/L 8: ORB 166/
896 FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP #114C
$210.69
0 0741-093R
LIT 85 R-0183900 S198.49
10 C O0 BARR BRENDA
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS
TRACT NO. 22
BLK P ORB 146/176 FR PETERSON
MAP# 114C
S70.70 00753-OOOR
86 R-0185000 549. 341
3 ANDERSON CHARLES E.
NEWELL S 20 T 5 R 9 .18 ACRES REC'D
ORB 138/34 FR POWELL.
BLK'A MAP #114D

00754-000R ,
87 R-085E100 5S23.4'
WHITFIELD JACKIE L
S 20 T R 9 .33 AC
S70.70 ORB 163/19 FR CARNLEY BEING IN
SE/4
3 MAP-, #i4D
NEWELL
00771-010R
BLK A 88 R-0187200 5160.42
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
S 28 T R 9
558.71 BEING LOT OF BRYANT'S
LANDING' UNREC) SUB, ORB
3 143/817-18 FR FAIRCLOTH
MAP# 132B

BLK G 00771-020R
89 R-087400 S84.00
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
558.71 5 28 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 2 OF BRYANT'S
3 LANDING (UNREC) SUB.
MAP# i3298

BLK G 00771-135R
90 R-0189700 S12*2.88
PRESCOTT HERBERT E 8: WANDA M
S0.06 S 28 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 26 OF BRYANT'S
3 LANDING (UNREC) SUB.. ORB 144/ ,
EST 676-77 FR FAIRCLOTH
MAP# 132B
G 00771-i70R
91 R-0190400 5255.82
S60.06 TERRY ALFRED L 8: MYRLAS
ES C S 28,T 5 R 9
3 BEING LOT 33 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING ORB 158/824 FR
FAIRCLOTH
MAP# 132B
K F
00771-180R
92 R-0190600 S122.88
S178.52 HARRISON FRANCIS E
5 28 T 5 R 9
3 BEING LOT 35 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB.
ORB 163/981 FR FAIRCLOTH
BLK X MAP# 132B

00771-247R
L:029.09 93 R-0192500 $74.61
FAIRCLOTH JAMES F
S 28 T 5 R 9 .47 AC M/L
BEING LOT 49A BRYANT'S LANDING
(UNREC) SUB.
MAP# 132B
-. r \ i '
00771-n260R .:, / .
-".06,. :3 94 R-0192700r-- 0'" SE5-;'96
u' BRYANT'S LANDING HUNTING .
S 28 T S R 9
4 BRYANTS LANDING WATER PLANT
;33 SITE .16 AC & DRAIN FILL AREA
.42 AC ORB i55/984-985 FR i
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00796-000R
S253.34 95 R-0194800 S472.00
S HILTON MARY J.
2o. CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
TE RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
PG 38 LOT 6 & 8 ORB 116/921
FR JONES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX ROLL)

Si55.92 00812-00OR
96 R-0196300 5197.37
FT HAND HOMER W. & BETTY J.
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
oRB RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i PB 2
PG 38 LOTS 2 8: 4 ORB 92/183
FR LAND
(FOR FURTHER-LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).
00824-OOOR
S326.61 97 R-0197600 6 S0589
HAND CLARENCE E. ET UX
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO i PB.2
PG 38 LOT 22 ORB 86/430,
INC, MAP #I2C


S365.64

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559.07

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00631-020R 00741-004R.
60 R-0144300 5 $463,17 82 R-0179i00 $310.94
BOWEN NANCY LANGLEY DORA L
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS FARM
NO. 2 LOT i ORB 162/175 FR a 3 ORB 78/272 5 AC M/L
PORTER a ORB 147/75 FR GULF CO.
MAP #ll2B FARMS INC.
BLK 0 MAP# 114C '


00827-00OR
98 R-0i97900
POWELL LLOYD N
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO
PG 38.LOT 4 ORB 149/10 '
POWELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

00841-OIOR
99 R-0199300
FARRELL MIKE
CORR. REPLAT OF RIVERS
PB 2 PG 38
LOT 3 ORB 157/845 FR
MAP# i12C

,00841-050R
100 R-0199400
FARRELL MIKE.
.,CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RI'
PARK UNIT NO,. 1
PB'i PG 38 LOT'S ORI
845 FR WALL,
MAP# 112C

00876-OOOR
101 R-0202800 HX
DEAN L DAVID
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF'TW:
LAKES SUBD UNIT 1 PB 2 F
LOTS 2 &. 3 LESS S 25 FT
LOT 3 REC'D ORB 146/777
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 1

00897-010R
102 R-0205000 HX
FORTNER CHARLES S.
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWI
LAKES SUBD UNIT 1 PB 2 P
LOT 18 ORB 74/1183
MAP #994D


00951-OOOR
103 R-0213000
DANIELS JOHN 8: NELLIE
S 29 T 5 R 9 2 AC BEG 14
N OF SWC OF SW/4 OF NE/4
N 144 YDS E 72 YDS S 144
TO POB ORB 170/189 FR DA
MAP# 1 sA

00953-013R
104 R-0213500
LEWIS ALPHONSO
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT N
TRACT 52 4 ACRES
ORB 157/748 FR GULF CO.
INC.
MAP# 115B


00953-014R
105 R-0213600 44.14,86
LEWIS ALPHONSO A SR 8: LINDA, A
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO, 2
TRACT 53 4 AC ORB 77/417 AA
MAP #1158


00953-017R
106 R-0213800 $492.18
DEES WALTER B JR 8: JUDY E ,
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO, 2
FARM #56 AC M/L
ORB 163/797 FR SMITH
MAP# liSB

00953-028R
107 R-0214600 S87.21
LOWERY OBERT 8: AUDREY L.
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 67 8: LESS FARMS NO,' 68 &
69 (4 AC M/L) ORB 142/75 TO
LOWREY
MAP# 115B

00953-037R
108 R-02i5200 584.51
HOGUE CLARENCE ET UX
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 76 ACRES
MAP #115B

00953-0419R
o109 R-0215700 445'.38
MYERS ERNEST C. 8: VALERIE
GULF CO. FARMS UNIT NO. 3
1',25AC M/L SW/4 OF FARM #84,
ORB 124/969 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC.
MAP# 11SB


00953-058R
110 R-0215O 5198. 49
DUNIGAN BIRTHAL E
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
TRACT 87 5 AC ORB 158/299 FR
GULF CO. FARMS
MAP #1158


00953-060R
11 R-0216700 5209.00
GARDNER RAYMOND P. ET AL
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
TRACT 89 5.28 ACRES ORB
84/389 AA
MAP #t115B


00953-061R
1i2 R-0216800 5108.03
BELL TROY SR
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
N/2 OF, TRACT 90.2.59 AC M/L
ORB 141/424 FR GULF CO. FARMS
HAP #iESB "


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# 1158


$234.33

NO. 4
87/241


00954-044R
l14 R-0218400 5202.26
BATESON BILLY L
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 4
TRACT 118 4 AC M/L
ORB 155/993 FR GULF CO. FARMS
MAP#i 1SB


00954-133R
115 R-0218800 5255.38
BURROWS JOHNNIE T ET AL
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 5
(UNREC.) F"RM 13 i 134 7
6.48 AC M/L ORB 167/9- FR 1
GULF CO. FARMS IN':.
MAP# 1i5D


00961-030R
116 R-0221900 HX 5602.69
VOYLES DANNY
S 32 T 5 R 9 .06 AC M/L
112,5 X 196 FT LOT
ORB 163/938 FR VOYLES
MAP# 115B


0096i-035R
117 "R-0222000 ., 55.47
BIRGE LOIS W ,
S 32 T 5 R 9 .
112.5 X 196 FT PARCEL NO. 3
ORB 164/366 FR VOYLES
MAP# 115B

00973-OOOR
118 R-0223800 5214x84
HALL JOHN H. .
S 33 T 5 R 9 6 AC A LOT 140-
YDS N & 5 & 230 YDS E 8: W IN
NEC OF NW/4 OF NW/4 ORB
111/56 CD FR HALL ET -AL
MAP #132C

00974-OOOR


BLK 4 19 R-0223900 548.33
MANUEL DEWAYNE
S 33 T.5 R 9 1 ACRE REC'D.ORB
5761.96 19/546 LOT 105 N & S BY 420
FT E & W
MAP #132C
1 PB 2
FR 00979-205R
120, R-0226500 529,56
TAX ROLL). PIPPIN JAMES W .
5 33 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 16, PIPPIN PLAT
5158,21 UNREC.
MAP# 132C-
DE PARK
00979-210R
WALL 121 R-0226600 529.56
PIPPIN JAMES W
S 33 T R 9
BEING LOT 18i PIPPIN PLAT.
549.68 UNREC.
,MAP# 132C
VERSIDE .
S 00979-215R
S1537/ 122 R-0226700 529.56
PIPPIN JAMES W
S 33 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 19) PIPPIN PLAT
UNREC.
S306.01 MAP# 132C

IN 00979-225R
PG 38 123 R-0226900 529.56
OF PIPPIN JAMES W
FR S 33 T 5 R 9
TAX ROLL) BEING LOT 21) PIPPIN PLAT
UNREC.
MAP# 132C
5609.,04
00979-23R
IN 124 R-0227100 561.47
'G 42 PIPPIN JAMES W
S 33 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 23: PIPPIN PLAT
BLK 13 UNREC.
MAP# 132C

S59 .07 00979-250R
125 R-0227400 538.96
+4 YDS PIPPIN JAMES W'.
+ RUN S 33 T 5 R 9
SYDS BEING COMMUNITY SEPTIC TANK
RNIELS PARCEL 8: UNPLATTED SWAMP
MAP# 132C

01003-OOOR
S192.33 126 R-0231600 5106.00
FRANZ ALBERT L
0. 2 DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 P.B 2
PG 25 LOT 8 ORB 102/49 FR
FARMS HALL 8 ORB 109/917-18 FR HALL
MAP# 132D
01i L. -


01032-000R
127 R-0235200 S14:
REDDICK BURNEY L & MINERVA
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2
PG 25 LOT 9 & S/2 LOT:10 ORB
170/137 FR LANGFORD
MAP# 132D'


L.36


BLK 8

01045-040R :
128 R-0237300. 534.27
CARNLEY -JUDSON NATHANIELO ,
S 35'T 5 R T9 40 FT ON C.HIPOLA
RIVER; 600 FR AV DEPTH ORB
104/608 FR GATES
HAP# 143

01045-045R
129 R-0237400 535.62
GATES JONATHAN CURTIS 8: PAUL P
-S 35 T E R 9
40 FT ON CHIPOLA RIVER; 548 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 139/242-43 FR
GATES
MAP# 143 :

01046-002R
130 R-0238600 522.38
STOKES PATRICIA ANNE
S S6,23.8:34 T 5 R 9
1,188X INT OGM IN UNSURVEYED
PARTS ORB 30/261
MAP# 143D

Oi056-:O120R'
131 R-0243900 581.23
PITTS JR. HARVEY A. & STEPHEN
TURKEY RUN ESTATES (UNREC)
LOT 14 ORB 136/387 FR PITTS
MAP# 133

01077-OOOR
132 R-0246400 5160.60
MURFF J.T & J.T. JR. '
S 13 T 6 R"9 I1 AC-'
210 ioX 260 FT ORB 11/1035
FR GRAY
MAP#- 145

01082-0 OOR
133' R-0246700 "528.21
ROBINSON MARY ESTATE
S 14 T:6 R1 91 AC 1 AC SQUARE
IN SWC OF W/2 OF NW/t. :5
MAP #145

Oii87-007R
134 'R-0259100 5233.76
SNELL DONALD E.
S 25. T 3 R I0 REC'D ORB
69/1049 FR SEXTON BEING
PARCEL NO 15
MHP #91A

01216-000R
1,35 R-0264000 5265.61
AFFORD ANN ET AL
BURGESS CREEK SUBD UNIT NO 1
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)

01238-100R
136 R-0265700 HX 5500.33
GATES MARCHELLE
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB i PG 43
LOTS 1i- 2 ORB 139/244-45 QC
FR GATES
MAP#. 91ALK
BLK 1


012i-010Ro.
137- R-0266i00 -.5106.00
SIMMONS JOHN J, .
MIDWAY PARK SUBD. PB 1 PG 43
2 PARCELS ON DEAD LAKES ORB
115/135 FR TWADDLE LESS
PARCEL 1 ORB 1272/75 TO.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
0i243-OOOR
38, R-0266600 HX 52,531.52
DUNAHOO JOHN R.
'MIDWAY PARK SUBD';PB 1 PG 43-
LOTS 4, 5 8. 6. O-B'82/313 '.
LESS ORB '94/69 01SHAROON ORB
94/735 TO SASOM'-OAB 96/329 *'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01268-0R.
139 R-02701i0 ,. 5500.14
SOWELL JERRY D. & BARBARA
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NOi 1 PB 2
PG 15 LOT 1 ORB 11i/82 FR
SPANN -
MAP:. #91A -
BLK 4
01277-O1OR
140 R-0270800 532.79
SYFRETT RAYMOND L. & ANN S.
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION
UNIT E 21.24.FT OF -LOT 6 &
ORB 116/ .892, FR SYFRETT "
MAP# 91A
BLK 1

01278-OOOR
141 R-0270900 5$450.86
HOWELL RALPH JERRY & JUDY
IDLEMOOD.PARK SUBD. UNIT # 1
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 5201.08
TAYLOR MARY A.
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION
UNIT 1 LOTS 6 8: 8.ORB 79/1094
MAP #91A
'BLK 4

01333-010R
143 R-0276400 527.17
SYFRETT RAYMOND L.
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBD. UNIT # 1
E 30 FT OF LOT 12
ORB 107/539 BC FR BROWDER
BLK 6
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01362-000R
144 R-0279600 5121.96
SYFRETT RAYMOND L.
5 36 T 3 R 10 45 AC M/L REC'D
ORB 73/609 (PARCEL .IV) LESS
CENTRAL LANDING SUBDi ORB
38/121 ORB 34/812i ORB
(FOR.FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01369-OO5R
145 R-0280900 5434.44
DUNKLE LISA t 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# 910

01369-060R
146 R-0281000 5476.25
TYRE AARON t8 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 5274178
TYRE AARON & CAROL
S 36 T 3 R 10 5 AC M/L
210 X 1040 FT AV DEPTH ORB
167/540 FR COOPER
MAP# 91D

01369-110R
14N8 R-0281400 HX 5836.15
NICKELL DONNA K
S 35 & 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# 91D

01373-004R
149 R-0282000 52' S66.10
HANLON DANIEL GENE
S 36 T 3 R 10 6.837 AC 8t 110
FT ON DEAD LAKES ORB 85/657
MAP #91D












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 81/00 (PARCEL I)
MAP #910D

01373-021R
151 R-0282700 55.83
LEE BILLY G. ET AL
S 36 T 3 R 10 1 AC 255.50 FT
BY 170.49 FT REC'D ORB 81/400
(PARCEL II)
MAP' #9D
01o374-OOOR
152 R-0282800 S7433.16
TYRE CAROL
S 36 T 3 R 10 1 AC
ORO 148/495 GC FR PEAR TYRE
MAP ,91D0

01396-000R.
i13 R-0285200 S746.01
SCHOLLIAN DONALD L && LINDA S
RIVERSIDE ESTATES APDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO i LOT
I ORB 151/11 FR SLAUGHTER
MAP# 128 .
BLK 3

01409-O00OR.
154 R-0286400 S' 282,4S 2
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-O000R'
55 ,R-0287200 S68.45
'STEWART JACK 0
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1 LOT
i1 ORB 160/700 FR GASKIN
MAP #1288
BLK 4

01435-OOOR
156 R-0288900 ,S299.69
HERRING DEMPSEY
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA.PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1 LOT
16 ORB 173/985 FR CUNNINGHAM
MAP #128
BLK 5

01436-OOOR
157 R-0289000 ,U199.84
STEPHEN M. JACGUAYo TRUSTEE
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 21 UNIT NO 1 LOT
17 ORB 135/336-38 FR PEADEN
MAP #1288
BLK.5
Oi437-0OOR
158 R-0289100 s950.57
STEPHEN t. JACBUAY' TRUSTEE
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO I LOT
18: ORB 135/336-38 FR PEADEN
MAP #1288
BLK 5s

01481-OOIR L
159 R-0295900 S96.60
SYFRETT RAYMOND L. 8: ANN S.
CENTRAL LANDING SUSD PB 3 PG
4 LOT 4; 5 & 6 ORB 73/609 &'
ORB 116/892 FR SYFRETT,
MAP# 91D0
.E .' BLK 1I

o0148-05OR
160 R-0296400 30.91
iYFRETT RAYMOND L.
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 PARCEL MARKED "NOT INCLUDED,
IN THIS PLAT" LYING N OF
LOTS 9 a 10 BLK 1 ORB 23/609
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01487-002R
161 ..-0296800. 91
SYFRETJ RAYMOND L;
CENTRAL LANDIN6"SUBD.PB 3 PG6,.
4 E 63.46 FT-OE-LOT-4-ORB
123/156-57 0C FR ANN SYFRETT
MAP# 91D
S* : :.. .K .

014B87-003R : .
162 R-0296900 5134.15
SYFRETT RAYMOND L, .
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 LOTS 6j16, 17, 18, 19 I& 20
LESS PART OF LOTS 5 & 6 i N
ORB 73/608 & ORB 73/609 & ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01490-00OR
163 R-0297300 11S5.39
ROGERS ELMER EUGENE
CENTRAL LANDING 5UBD PB 3 PG'
4 W'LY 100 FT OF LOT 12
ORB 131/14 FR ROGERS
MAP# 9D
BLK 2

0190-003R
.164 R-0297500 5162 31
SYFRETT RAYMOND L.
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3'PG
4 LOTS 1 THRU 7 ORB 73/609. .
ORB 123/156-57 GC FR SYFRETT
MAPt 910D ,
," BLK 3.

01494-002R
165 R-0298100 5303.07
5YFRETT RAYMdND 8& ANNS S .;"
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG'
4 LOT 17 -ORB 73/609
ORB 116/892 FR SYFRETT.
BLK 3
MAP 91D .

01494-050R
166 R-0298200 S40.31
SYFRETT RAYMOND & ANN S.
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 PARCEL MARKED "PARK" LYING
AT E END OF CENTRAL AVE 8:
ADJOINING LOT 17 ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01503-OOOR
167 R-0299000 443.82
HAYS DARREL K. & VALERIE J.
S.1 T 4 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 TA)( ROLL)

01517-030R
S168 R-0303500 S54E7.64+
BRUNTY SUSAN
S 3 T 4 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)

01517-094R
169 R-0304600 HX 545.99
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 S170.07
PALMER'MAYLON t 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

01517-500R
171 R-0305800 HX 390.22
STEPHENS JOEY
S 3 T 4 R 10 3 AC M/L
PARECEL REC'D IN. ORB 130/716-
18 FR TAUNTON & ORB 153/512
FR TAUNTON & CLECKLEY
MAP# 74


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01517-520R
172 R-0306200 HX.
PAUL WILLIAM J. 8:.HEI
S 2 & 3 T 4 R 10 18.
12.43 AC PARCEL 8: 5.0
PARCEL NO. 2 & 1.20 A
PRACEL NO. 3 ORB 149/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE

01517-525R
173 R-0306300
DANIELS ANN
S 3 T 4 R 10 9.57 A
PARCEL REC'D IN ORB i
FR +AUNTON
MAP4# 74

01519-155R
174 R-0309,200 HX
RHODES TERRY L. 8: CAN
STONE MILL 'CREEK ESTA
(UNRECORDED) LOT 12 0
-137/942-46 FR TAUNTON
MAP# 74



01519-165R
175 R-0309400
TAUNTON DAVID L. & AB:
STONE MILL CREEK ESTA'
(UNRECORDED) LOT 14 O0
832 FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP# 74


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

01519-290R
177 R-0311300
BRAMTON RODNEY & MARIE
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATE
(UNRECORDED) LOT 2 ORE
-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 BC FR MILL
MAP# 74
B

01526-002R
179 R-0313400
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W 8:
S 4 T 4 R 10 REC"D ORB
FR STEWART BEING TRACT
6,7 & 8 STONE CREEK AC
(UNRECORDED) ORB 156/
'(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

01526-004R
180 6 R-0313600
WHITFIELD3 MICHAEL W 8:
5 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 ORE
525 FR MYERS 8 .66 AC I
,ORB 149/524 FR NEAL
MAP#t 74

01530-OiOR
182 R-0314800
NEEL DANIEL C & BRAND
S,:4T,4 R 10 .IAC Mi/L
LOT 2 158.4 X 275 FT
ON GRIF-FIN RD. UNREC ,
MAP# 74,- .,,,;. eti t ri

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 EASI
ON E SIDE & SIDE BEING
ACRES ORB 116/703 FR LI
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

01545-055R
184 R-0318900
MILLIONS FRED L
5 10 T 4 R 10 2 AC M/L
212.12 FT CREEKFRONT;.
FT AV DEPTH ORB 158/47
FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP# 74

0145-0o5R
185 R-0319500
MUINA TONY
S 10 T 4 R 10 2.73AC
2 PARCELS ON STONE MILL
UNREC. AA FR TLC
MAP# 74

0117-000R
186 R-0322800 HX
NUNNERY WILLIAM N,. 8 TE
S it T 4 R 10 1.46 AC
175 FT ON SR 71 ORB 81
POLK 1/3 INT ORB 131/63
BROGDON 8: ORB 131/632 F
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

01575-135R
187 R-0324200
BROWN ADRIAN SCOTT .
5 14i T 4 R 10 DEAD LAKE
SUBD UNRECORDED LOTS '7,
8: 10 ORB 153/414 FR COT
MAP #93B

01575-155R
188 R-0324300
BROWN ADRIAN SCOTT
S 14 T 4 R 10iO DEAD LAKE
SUBD UNRECORDED LOT .i'1
153/419 FR WHITFIELD
MAP #938

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

01575-525R
190 R-0325700
MC DANIEL ROGER G
S 14 T 4 R 10 LOT 5S
DEAD LAKES ESTATES SUBD
ORB 100/999 FR LISTER
MAP# 93B

01579-000R
191 R-0328800
OWENS PAMELA F
S 14 T 4 R 10 1.35 AC
211.91 FT ON SR 71


ORB 173/77 FR BROGDON
MAP# 93B

01579-i25R
192 R-0330600
HAMMON TIMOTHY A 8: JENN
DANNY BROGDON PLAT) UNRI
LOT iS & 16 1.01 AC M
ORB 155/83-84 FR BROGDOI
MAP# 93A

01601-O0OR
193 R-0332900
FOWLER JOHN M. & CAROL
MEEKS LAKE SUBD PB 2 PG
LOT 2 ORB l14/606-7 FR
MCLANEY
MAP #938


01626-000R
S222.65 194 R-0335600 S226.44
[DRUN GASKIN PHILLIP RUDY
,67 AC M/L S 13 T 4 R 10 4 AC M/L PARCEL
)4 AC IN REC'D ORB 129/373 FR GASKIN
4C IN ON WEST ARM OF DEAD LAKES
918-920 MAP #93A
:E TAX ROLL) 01630-000R
195 R-0336000 S163.1:
BRYANT JOHNNY L.
681.96 S 13 T 4 R 10 .41 AC M/L 70
FT DEAD LAKES FRONTAGE; 2!3.7
C M/L FT AV DEPTH ORB 124/716 BC FR
38/504-5 LISA BRAYANT
MAPt# 93A

01630-010R
196 R-0336100 163.1,
174.06 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
MAP# 93A
BLK A 01651-010R
197 R-0340000 25.17
DANIELS EVA MARIE 8: DAN T,
S12'+i76 S 13 T 4 R 10 A 75 X 100 FT ,
IGAIL LOT UNRECORDED 'AGREEMENT FR-
TES TAYLOR
RB 137/ MAP# 93A
01658-050R
BLK A 198 R-0340700 \ 249.68
HARTLEY JAMES S.
S 13 T 4 R 10
230.30 400.X 100 FT PARCEL ON FISH,
ANNIE L. HATCHEY RD.' ORB 116/473 FR
TES BROGDON
t-ORB 137 MAP#. 93A
-66 FR 01686-002R

E TAX ROLL) 199 R-0343600 582.67
RESTER DON C. ET UX
S 14 T 4 R 10 .52 AC M/L
77.84 37.14 FT ON DEAD LAKES ORB
E ., 80/1040
rES MAP #938B
8 137/892 0i686-003R
200 R-03,43700 HX S309.24
MC DANIEL WILLIAM a KIM
BLK D S 14 T 4 R i0 .35 AC M/L LOT
2 BEING 77 FT ON DEAD LAKES
ORB 88/1031? FR STOKES $8 ORB
Sr270.35 139/726-27 FR STOKES
ES MAP# 93B
.ER 01706-000R
201 R-0346100 S197.14
3LK E BETTIES CHERRIE
S S 14 T 4R 10 REC'D ORB
22/453
17169 MAP# 93B8
5171.69
3JACKIE L 01713-OOOR
83/285 202 R-0346700 HX 1.)376.21
:RS' HASTY ALBERT J f BARBARA Z
'RES t S 13 & 14 T 4 R 0O 4 AC M/L;
988 FRL & 80 X 2349 FT LOT ORB 163/683
TAX ROLL) FR HARRISON
MAP# 938
S87.21 01725-000R
JACKIE'L 203 R-03408300 HX S84.51
RACT, 4 PARKER THOMAS HA & BRENDA F.
S 15 T 4.R 10 .51 AC COM AT
444 FR NEC OF NE/4 OF SW/4, S 300 FT'
RTHWEST TO POBS S 150 FT) W 150 FT, N'
TAX ROLL) 150 FT. E 150 FT TO POB ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL' SEE TAX ROLL)

S137.91 01729-050R
204' R-0348900 29.56
/L SIMS DANIEL '& BETTY
B 149/ S 15 T 4 R 10 100 X 75 FT LOT
M/L, "IN NW/4 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 ORB
94+/758 BC FR MEYERS
MAP I 75
017 33-00.R
205 'R-0349300 S71.87
S69.93 BYRD PORTIA
l S .15 T4 R1O 2 AC 250 FT LOT
.L IN SW/4 OF SE/4 N OF OLD
LOT 'r PANAMA ROAD REC'D ORB.1498/286
FR'TL.4 "FR VICTORIA PRICE -
,*'y .'^ MAP# 7 : .; .

01735-001R
S461.46 206 R-0349700 24.23
J SIMS DANIEL
NE/4 S 15 T 4 R 10 .12 AC A'LOT 50'
EMENT BY 100 FT REC'D ORB 94/690
2 GCD FROM DAWSON
ESTER MAP #75
TAX ROLL)
01768-025R
207 R-0353500 HX 202.92
5334,28 JONES MARY LEE
S 23 T 4 R 10 .5 AC MIL BEING,
L LOT 5 OF AN UNRECORDED SURVEY
413.17 FOR LISTER'ORB 124/1026 FR
78-480 LISTER
MAP# 93C

01768-040R
208 ,R-0353700 HX 2155..00
S217.25 THOMAS CYRIL R. & PATRICIA Hi
S 23 T. 4. R 10 .5 AC M/L .
-/L 100 X 218 FT BEING LOT SB .
CREEK) UNREC. SURVEY ORB 134/527 FR
LISTER
MAP# 93C

01768-050R .
-5237.36' 209 R-0353900 HX S244.87
ERESA JONES PATRICIA
M/L S 23 T 4 R 10 A. AC M/L
/991 FR BEING LOT 10 OF AN UNRECORDED
30 FR SURVEY FOR LISTER. ORB 130/
|R 600 FR LISTER
TAX ROLL). MAP# 93C.

S 0773-OOOR
367.40 210 R-0354500 20.20.
JONES VICENT & ,CAROLYN R.
S WEST S 23 T, 4 R 10 ,i72'AC M/L
8, 8'9 BEING A LOT 75 X 100 FT ORB
'TON 136/83 FR JOHNNY L. JONES
MAP# 93C .

01784-000R
84.26 211 R-0355800 163.52
.w MYERS VALERIE. CALLIE SMALL 8:
WEST 5 23 T 4 R 10 ." ACRE.REC'D
ORB DBK 20/131 BEING IN NW /4 OF
NW /4 ORB 132/918 FR, LOFTON
MAP #93, "

54 2' 01785-000R
"65.42 212 R-0355900 142.18
HC NEALEY FLORENCE
S WEST 5 23T 4 R 10 LOT OF LANDS.
OF LOFTIN LOT 75 FT. BY 102
FT. ORB 82/37
MAP #93C .,

01785-010R .
2$. -13 R-0356200 101.89
76.49 JONES ROBERT L.
S,23 T 4 R 10 75 X 237.5 .FT
OF LOT FR MC'NEALY ORB 60/776
MAP# 93C

01785-030R
214 R-0356400 109.00
9,-4 M HC NEARLY FLORENCE
3649.24 5 23 T 4 R 10 1,33 AC 85 YD.
/ X 85 YD. LOT FROM HUNTLEY IN
'M ORB 49/140 LESS 50' X 100'


LOT TO JONES IN ORB 81/524
MAP# 93C

01797-OOOR
215 R-0358600 S44.06
, 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

01803-001R
5253.62 216 R-0359100 272.05
J. SEMMES GLENN H, 8: BROOKS F,
li C L MORGAN'S ADDN TO
WEWAHITCHKA FLA UNIT NO ONE
PB 2 PG 33 LOT 5 ORB 120/287
FR LISTER
BLK 3 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


4 01816-000R
217 R-0360700 460.21
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' 674.22
RANSBURGH GREER C 8: RUSSELL H
S 23 T 4 R 10 13 AC M/L
THAT PART OF SE/4 OF NW/4
LYING N SR 22 ORB 142/850
FR MC EACHIN*
MAP# 93C

01824-000OR
219 R-0361800 2291.93
MC KELVIN GEORGE III 8: MICHEAL
-S 23 T 4 R 10 5 AC ORB 60/132
FR KIRKLAND
MAP #093C

01826-015R
220 R-0362200 HX S156.27
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 550.66
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,

083-OOOR ,
222 R-0368500 S 203.84
GREENE JACQUELINE P
S 24 T, 4 R 10 176 FT,
FRONTAGE ON SR 22 (SECOND
PARCEL)" ORB 155/158-159 FR
PRIpGEON
MAP# 93D0.

01883-001R
223 R-0368600 o46.75
GREENE JACQUELINE P,
S 24 T 4 R.10 1 ACRE M/L LOT
IN NWI/4 ORB 82/669 (THIRD
PARCEL)
MAP# 93D

01884-010R
2.24 R-0369100 2,907.64
TAUNTON DAVID L. 8 ABIGAIL J.
5 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-OOOR
225 R-0377400 981.18
GULF PINES HOSPITAL
S 24 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-0377500 743.28
RAMER ROBERT E JR
S 24 T 4 R 10 50 X 150 FT LOT
AT NEC OF INTERSECTION OF SR
71 8 COMMERCE AVE ,BEING OLD
DRUGSTORE a WEWA FLORIST 8&
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01961-001R
227 R-0377700 20059.36
.GULF PINES HOSPITAL INC.
S 24'T 4,R 10 .49 AC M/L
131.88 FT QN SR 71 ORB 170/
391 FR MAYHAN .
MAP# 93D

01975-OOOR .
228 R-0379900 S1,569.53
..LANDMARK SURVEYING. SVCSi. INC.
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
1 PG 14 PORTION OF LOTS 3, 4
8 5 ORB 168/485 FR CITIZENS
FEDERAL S & L
MAP N94A

01994-OOOR
229 R-0381800 467.39
". 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 t#94A

02000-050R
230 R-0382500 5238. 14
CHANCE REBA D
MACK'S ADDITION TO WEWA
PB 1 PG 14
N/2 LOTS 142 8: 143 ORB 146/28
FR CAPPS
MAP# 94A

02001-00OR
231. R-0382600 571.9i
DANIELS DAN T.,
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
1 PG 14 S/2 OF LOTS 142 &: 143
ORB 21/239 FR CANNING
MAP# 94A

02012-OOOR
232 R-0383700 5s1029.09
VOYLES DANNY C
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB.
i PG 14 LOTS 67 8: 68 ORB
167/522 FR BOYD
MAP #94A

02018-000R
233 R-0384300 51568.61
ST. CLAIR JOSEPH J.
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
1 PG 14 LOTS 80) 8i. 82, 95,
96, 97
MAP# 94A
02018-001R
234' R-0384400 545.23
ST. CLAIR JOSEPH J.
MACK'S ADDITION TO WEWA LOTS
83, 84| 85 8 92, 93, 94
MAP #94A

020 18-0OR
235 R-0384500 5370.78
ST. CLAIR JOSEPH J.
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOTS 77) 78, 79) 98. 99, 100

02038-O000R
236 R-0386400 HX 5227.79
MARSHALL DALE C & TERRI R
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA' PB
1 PG 14 LOTS 149).150.s 151
152 & 153 ORB 147/403-404
FR RISH
MAP# 9 A

02068-O00R
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-OSOR
238 R-0398600 584.02
CAMPBELL CHARLES
LAKE ALICE ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOT 13, 14 ORB 148/877 FR
GRAY LESS ORB 164/565 TO
SASNET
MAP# 93D

02173-026R
239 R-0402900 S251.75
SEMMES GLEN H. 8 BROOKS Fi
HOMEWOOD PB 3 PG 16
LOT 10 ORB 134/120 FR
MCLEMORE'S TRUST
BLK B
MAP# 949


02252-000R
240 R-0415600 HX S359.56
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: NE1/4 OF
SW/4
MAP# 94A
02269-OOOR
241 R-0417800 3251.75
DI FATTA JOHN P. SR. 8: JEAN
COLLEGE PARK PB i PG 13 LOTS
25, 26; 271 ORB 112/787 FR
NUNNERY
MAP# 94A
BLK B
02281-000R
242 R-0418800 HX S310.92
WARD JAMES H. 8: DEBORAH
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 PG 13
LOTS 23-36 ORB 92/157 FR WARD
ORB 108/427 WC FR CLECKLEY,
ORB 167/166 FR BROWNLEE) ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
02295-OOOR .
243 R-0420400 109.88
ALBRITTON PERCY,C 8; ROSA C
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 PG 13 LOTS
15 1L6 8& 17 ORB 146/727 FR ,
WARD
MAP# 94A,
,BLK G

02339-V10R
244 R-0423800. 5,8.71
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W.
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOT 9
MAPt 94A
BLK 1 I

02340-OOOR
245 R-0423900 HX 75.84
WHXTFIELD SARAH J
RISH ADDITION TO.WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOTS' 10 8:
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MAP# 94A

BLKI 1

02341-OO0R
246 R-0424000 S66.07
TAUNTON DAVID L & 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 49.13
MC GHEE DEBORAH
CLECKLEYS ADDN-UNIT NO. 2 LOT
15 PB 2 PG 37
ORB 130/427 FR WOTH
,MAP# 94A
BLK 9


02391-001R
248 R-0431800
BORING MYERS D.,JR.
HARDENS ADDITION TO CIT
WEWAHITCHKA UNIT ONE .PB
22 LOTS 11 8 12 ORB 1ii
OC FR BORING BLK 2
MAP# 94A
02391-003R
249 : R-0432000
MUINA GLENDA F.
HARDEN'S ADDITION TO CIT
WEWAHITCHKM UNIT ONE PB
22 LOT 16 ORB 108/236 FR
ARMSTRONG
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T
02394-OOOR
250 R-0432400 HX
MUINA GLENDA F.
HARDENS ADDITION TO CITY
WEWAHITCHKA UNIT ONE PB.
22 LOTS 17, N 1/2 OF 18
'67/1095
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T
02427-050R
251 R-0435700 -
'HAGANS BOBBY G :'.,. -.
S 25 T 4 R 10
150 X i55i FT LOT
ORB 170/544 FR CAPPS5
MAP# 914A

02446-OOOR
252 R-0437600
PAGE EARNEST
S 25 T 4 R 10 .6 ACRES 1
FT. E &t W BY 140 FT N &8
THE SW CORNER OF SWi/4 C
NEI/4 ORB 133/870-71 FR'
MAP# 94A

02452-OOOR
253 'R-0438300
PITTS 'R HERMAN & BEVERLY
S 26 T 4.R 10 LOT 68 OF
CLECKLEYS ADDITION II .
(UNRECORDED) ORB 170/679
FR STEPHENS
MAP# 94B .

02452-41i6R
254 R-0439300
PIERCY DOUGLAS 8: RITA
S 25 & 26 T 4 R 10 1 ACR
210' .X 190' PARCEL ORB
550 ;FR BEAN
MAP# 94A & 94B

02480-OOOR
255 R-0449700
FLOWERS ANNIE T &
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 L
16 8: 19: ORB 149/473 FR-
CHESTNUT
MAP# 94B
BL

02483-OOOR
256 R-0450000
BUTLER ODESSA EST.
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 L
MAP.#948


02484-O0OR
257 R-0450100
FOSTER MARGARET ELIZABET
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 L
2, 3 f8 4 ORB 79/604
MAP #94B


02486-050R
258 R-0450400 HX
KEITH MELODY
WILLIAMSBURG PB i PG 3
26, 27, 28 ORB 127/634
MYERS
MAP# 914B

02492-OOOR
259 R-0451000
ADDISON BRENDA
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
ORB 107/142 FR ADDISON
MAP #94B


02494-OOOR
260 R-0451200
HAWKINS JOHN W.
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG
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L
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02496-OOOR
261 R-0451400 529,56
GRAY CHARLES EDWARD
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOT 19
ORB 87/880
MAP #94B
BLK B
02497-OOOR
262 R-0451500 HX 5170,02
JONES RANDOLPH 8: BRENDA .
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOTS
20. 21; ORB 145/438 FR
MINCY
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PB 1 PG 3 ,
LOTS 22 8: 23
ORB 140/40 FR WILLIAMS
MAP# 948

02498-0OOR
264 R-0451800 S28.21
FOSTER MARGARET ELIZABETH
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOT 29
MAP #94B :


02500-OOOR
265 R-0452000
FOSTER MARGARET ELIZA
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG
31, 32 7: 33
MAP #948


02501-;000R
266 R-04521o0
WILLIAMS ROOSEVELT
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG
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BLK B

S67.10
ABETH
3 LOTS


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02508-OOOR
267 R-0452800 5223.27
FLOWERS:ANNIE T 8:
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOTS
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CHESTNUT-S?,?
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02518-OOOR
268 R-04E4000 83.so
JONES BERTHA :
WILLIAMSBURGSUBD, PB 1 PG 3
LOT 20 ORB 96/553 GC FROM
WILLIE JONES

02535-OOOR
269 R-0455400 567.10
GIPSON WILLIE MAE
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOTS
4, 5 t8: 6
MAP #94B
BLK G

02540-OOOR
270 R-0455900 601.79
RILEY NARVIE LEE
'PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOTS 5 & 6 ORB 35/821 FR
H5SOCIATES FINANCE INC.,
MHP# 94B
BLK .

025420OOOR
271 R-0456100 2S46.75
FRAZIER JIMMY. L .8:
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOT 2. DBK 1/846
MAP #94B
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02543-OOOR
272 R-0456200 HX S495.5 6
JACKSON JOHNNY LEE 8: MARGARET
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOTS 1 8 2 ORB 67/256 8: ORB
126/471 SC FR JACKSON
MAP# 94B.
BLK 3

.02547-OOOR
273 R-045&600 230.57
HILL CHARLIE 8: ORA MAE
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB PG 8
LOT 6 ORB 89/-.66 FR MILL
MAP. #94B
BLK 3.


02554-00OR
Y OF. 274 R-0457300 HX 118.01
2 PG MONEY ROBERT E. '
ORB PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOT 11 ORB 124/590 FR MINC:',
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SBL 4'.

5 `S-9,193 OZYi-OLOR i .. a -
275 R-04589G 00* R 91
HAVENER HENRY J. 8 EVA E.
LESTERS SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 18 ORB
126/947 FR HOLLEY
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5236.18
025B4-001R
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IF S 36 T 4 R 10 LOT 90 X 14S FT
TAYLOR ORB 91/1013 FR GARDNER BEING
PARCEL #1 IN SURVEY IN ORB
148/46 FR DIOCESE OF PENSACOLA
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
97.21 .
0258 -OiOR :
277 R-0460800 267.83
TOM REED-ENTERPRISES INC:
C c- 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
595.86
02584-01R
IES 278 R-0460900 192.90
120/ TOM REED ENTERPRISES INC
S 36 T 4 R 10 76.84 FT ON
SHIPPEY RD; 177.46 AV DEPTH
(PARCEL #4) SURVEY FOR SMITH
ORB 156/388-389 FR SMITH
549.68 MAP# 94D .

-OTS, 02602-010R
279 R-0464000 HX 5339.S4
WATERS DANNY R 8& DONNA D
THOMAS SUBDIVISION PB 3 PG 15
*K A LOT 9, 10) i1 ORB 154/916 AA,
FR JENSEN & ORB 163/114 FR
JENSEN
528.21 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

OT 1, 02604-OOOR
280 R-0464900 549,68
BLK B 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
S67.10 FT, N 210'FT) E 210 FT S5 210
H FT TO POB.ORB 98/561 FR
OTS (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02613-OOOR
BLK B 281 R-0465700 5722.41
PETTIS R CHARLES
S 36 T 4 R-10 24 AC M/L S 24
565.72 1/2 ACRES' OF'NW/4 OF NE/4
ORB 169/703 FR ABARBANEL
OTS MAP# 94D -,
C FR
02629-061R
282 R-0469500 HX 5137.10
BLK B WEBB CORY M. & LESIA K.
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD.
S63.35 UNRECORDED LOT 10 .5 AC M/L
ORB 112/287 FR BROGOON
OT 14 MAP# 94D
02651-050R
BLK B 283 R-0472500 HA 596.60
SHIRAH PERALIE F
S 36 T 4 R. 10-
528.21 76 X 216 FT LOT & LOTS 1, 2
LESTERS SUBD. ORB 138/669 FR
3T 16 KING
MAP# 94D
BLK B


02655-OOOR
284 R-0472900 HX 263.77
WINCHELL MORRIS E, 8: MYRA MEYE
,S 36 T .4 R 10 3.41 AC M/L A
LOT ON N LINE OF LESTER 5UBD
LESS .4 AC' IN ORB 89/912 TO
EARNEST ORB 124/1094 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02664-00R
285 R-0474100 $290.45
STRIPLIN ROY B. JR.
S i T 5 R 10 1 AC M/L 104 X
432 ON SR 71 PARCEL REC'D ORB
116/886 FR STRIPLIN
MAP# 9EA


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026864-007R
286 R-0478200
LONG RICHARD K
SUNNYWOOD ESTATES PB 3
LOT 7 UNREC AA FR MC I
TRUST
MAP #958

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

02707-100R
288 R-0487400,V
KNOWLES JAMES H. .& CONN
S 12 T 5 R 11
150 X 150 FT PARCEL OR
9+9 FR KNOWLES
MAP, 95D ..

02729-OOOR
289 R-0490600 HX
NOBLES WILLIE F. & DORO
S 13 T 5 R 10 5 AC S/2
OF E/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/4
104/1003 FR GATES
MAP #96
02789-0OOR
290 R-OS03800
FAIRCLOTH SALLIE MN (MR
S.ii T 7 R 10 ORB 29/36
BY 80 FT LOT 8: LOT 6 IN
CAUSEY SUBD

02799-001R
291 R-.0505300 HX
HUMPHREY THOMAS A JR 8:
S 10 T 7 R 10 .501 AC M
X 139 FT LOT ORB 161/85
BISHOP
MAP #83 \

02846-OOOR
292. R-0511000
STUCKEY RUTH MURPH
S 11 T-7 R 10 .172 AC M
REC'D .DBK 26/210 A 75 X
FT LOT
MAP #101C

02855-O00R
293 R-0512700RX
JEFFCOAT, WILLIAM S, 8: Bi
BEATY SUBDIVISION PB i I
LOTS 12) 131 14 15i, 16
18 & 19 ORS 104/263 FR
BISHOP & ORB 138/149-5:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

02963-000R
294 R-0522700'
DOUDS GLEN ET AL
WIMICO SUBDIVISION PB 1
LOTS 7 & 8 AND W/2 OF AL
ADJOINING SAME ORB 118/
FR DOUDS LESS .1681 AC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

03019-060R
295 R.-0529400
PROVIDENT MEDICAL CENTER
S 7 T 8 RiO .636 AC M/L
FT ON GARRISON AVE PARCEL
ORBS 168/697 FR HEALTH CA
MNGT. CORP.
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE X

03054-OOOR
296 R-0E34100 HX
HAWKINS JOYCE
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1 PE
3 LOTS 21 8:& -2 ORB 116/9
MOORE .
MAP# 698


03083-012R
297 R-054B00
JOHN F CULLEN CONSTRUCT
5 30 T 84-R i1. !i0l6,AC:
169 X 231.98 FT PARCEL B
"C-3" & "9" ORB 156/771
TiJ.,, CONSTRUCTION OF PSJ.
MAP# 70

03083-1SSR
298 R-0547400
TODD RICHARD L.
S 30 t 8 R 10 1.39 AC
BEING LOT 22' PONDEROSA-
(UNREC. SUB) ORB -128/10
PORT CITY' ASSOC.
MAP# 70

03097-000R
299 R-05S8600 HX
WATERS ADA L
JONESVILLE SUBD PB 1 PG
185 FT OF LOT 12 ORB 75/
MAP #69C

03101-05OR
300 R-0549700
MC MULLON ARCHIE W. 8: VI
JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION L
& 40 ORB 111/12 FR TULL
MAP# 69C

03109-OOOR.
301 R-0550600
TOUCHTON WILLIAM A. & CY
JONESVILLE SUBD PB 1 PG
LOT 38 BEING 158.75 FT X
FT ORB 131/1093 FR BLACK
MAP #69C

0311-05OR
302 R-0551200
GOMILLION RICK Y' VICKI'
JONESVILLE SUBD.
185 X 150 FT LOT ORB 160
FR TULLIS
MAP# 69C

03126-OOOR
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 RE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T
03130-OOOR
30 R-0552600
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB i PG
LOTS 1i 5, 9, 16; 18, 20
ORB 88/948 FR MONEY BA'.'OL
BEACH CORP 8: OFFICIwL RE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE Ti

0o312-O00R "
305 R-0552800
'HESTER DIAMOND
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
LOT t
MAP #72C


03133-000R
306 R-0E52900 .
GREENE ARNETT C.
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
LOT 6 ORB 11/44' BC FR
GREENE
MAP #72C


03142-00OR
307 R-0553800
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
LOTS 11 21 3 10 ) 20 8: 2:
88/946 FR MONEY BAYOU BE(
CORP ORB 94/932 FR GARBER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T(

0313-000R
308 R-0554800
STEINER CHARLES R 8: DIANE
MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT NO,
PB 2 PG 28 LOTS 4 : 5
ORB 151/434 FR RHODES
MAP' 72C
BLK


03154-OOOR
S98.53 309 R-0554900 S293.69
BROWN WILLIE'L. ET AL
PG 18 MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT NO. 2
LEMORE'S ALL BLK 1i LESS LOTS 11 2. 4
.8: 5 ORB 88/94 6 FR MONEY BAYOU
BEACH CORP OFFICIAL RECORD ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
S82.58 03157-000R
310 R-0555.200 5969,33
NO. 2 BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
REC 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
'9 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
SS38.96
IIE 03169-030R
311i R-0556700 S107.89
IB 121/ HICKS RICHARD .W 8: TAMMY M
S 14 T 9 R 10
LOT 3 OF AN UNRECORDED
PLAT BY NANCE ORB 172/102 FR
DUVAL
S360.69 MAP# I08
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OF W/2 03171-,04o0R
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BUCHANAN J. VINCENT &8
S I T 9 R 10 8.1 AC M/L
775.33 FT ON SR 30; 500 FT
S"41 89 DEPTH BEING PARCEL "A" IN ORB
SB. ) 10/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
4 140o (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX ROLL)
4 03171-OSOR
.313 R-055SS00 5122.12
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT 8:
S 15 T 9 R 10 1.674 AC M/L
$S19.60 142.28 FT ON SR 30; E00 FT
ROBIN DEPTH 'BEING PARCEL "B" IN ORB
/L 160 100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
7 FR (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
03171-060R
314 ,R-0559000 5201.34
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT
$30i17 S 15 T 9 R 10 2.88 AC M/L
100 FT LAGOON FRONT; 634.5
/L AV'DEPTH BEING PARCEL "E"
i00 IN ORB 160/912 QC FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
03171-1i5R 4
315 R-0560200 S134.1
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
$57,18 INDIAN LAGOON
ARBARA ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 9 ORB
PG 23 135/705-720.FR WILSON FIN.
17, CORP i.
MAP# 90B
r.EE*. .
Th PROLLI 03171-1E.OR
316 R-0560300 S134.15
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
44,06 INDIAN'.LAGOON
ESTATES(tUNRECORDED) LOT 10
PG 31 ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
LLEY FIN. CORP.
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M/L
TRW ROLL) 03171-155RE R
317 R-OE60400 513+.1E
DIERhSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
S856.74 INDIAN LAGOON
R ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 11
300 ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
EL FIN. CORP.
ARE- MAP# 90B

TAX ROLL) 03171-160R
318 R-O560E00 513i4.15
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN 8 .
.499.61 INDImN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 12
B 2 PG ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
944 FR FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90B

BLK 1 03171-165R
319 R-0560600 S134-.15
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN .
S$251.46 INDIAN LAGOON
ION INC ESTATES (UNRECORDED) LOT 13,
/-L. ORB 135/705-7:0 FR WILSON
BEING FIN. CORP.
i FR, MAP# 90 ,
I N C ," : .','. -
0317i-450R
320 R-OE64800 $773.25
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN ":
$21.8i6 S 15 T 9 R 10 20.276 AC M/IL
1743.66 FT ON SR 30; 500 FT
M/L DEPTH BEING PARCEL "2" ORB
PINES 135/701-4 FR WILSON FIN. CORP.
)90 FR MAP# 90A

03171-EOER
321 R-OF65000 $ 154.39
SCREWS ALVIN K. & MARILYN Ch.
$8"Z.-4 5 15 T 9 R 10 100 FTVLAGOON
FRONT; 651.46 FT AV DEPTH ORB_
57 N 130/27 FR MINGER
8. MAP# 90A
03171-510R
322 R-0565100 5154 .39
S137 08 CREWS ALVIN K. & MARILYN D.
IE ..-.S I5 T 9 R 10 100 FT LAGOON
CoT 39-. FRONT; 664.01 FT AV DEPTH QRB
130/25-26 FR MINGER
MAP# 90A

03172-060R
3329 86 323 R-0566E00 237.85
NTHIA BUCHANRN J. VINCENT 8:
N7 :: 16 T 9. R 10 3.436 AC M/L
2.39, 300 FT ON SR 30 ; 504.32 FT AV
MAN DEPTH BEING PARCEL "D" IN ORB
100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
(FOR FURTHER LEGML SEE TAX ROLL)

03178-000R
5105.27 ,324 R-0567400 5s10305.23
BROWN WILLIE L. ET 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 f LESS MONEY BAYOU SUBD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
S267. 39 03178-90R
S 325 R-0568200 S L_ ",.
49 HOOD MICHHEL B 8: JOSEPH B
3 8: CAPE.VILLAS UNIT.2-D
YOU ORB 170/112 FR SMALLRIDGE
CORD MHAP# 72C
AX ROLL)
03180-205R
518.90 326 P-05O71O500 927.12
BENNETT JACOB & PATRICIA
49 TREASURE SHORES SUBD PB 3 PG
8: 21 26 LOT 21 ORB 124/561 FR
U 'SHUMAN
ORP.D MAP #72C
AX ROLL) BLK A
03180-O10R
$260.42 327 R-0575100 $293.69
PRITCHETT, ANN
i.9 TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 2 BEING
100.8 FT FRONTAGE ON CO. RD.
BLK D 30; 2684.04 FT AVERAGE DEPTH
ORB 107/467 FR JOSEY

$90.97 03i80-430R
328 R-057E.O0 $293.89
.9 :- JOSEY L.B, JR.
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 6 BEING


100.8 FT ON CO. RD. 30;
BLK D 313.79 FT AVERAGE DEPTH ORB
110/1093 FR JOSEY

S903.65 03185-013R
329 R-0578800 Si230.75
4 9 DONNA M SEIFERT
i ORB S 20 T 9 R O 100 FT GULF
ACH FRONT; 1037 FT AV. DEPTH; ORB
CH 173/958 FR HADDAD
AA ROLL) MAP# 72D

03i86-OOOR
S293.69 330 R-0580600 $1,698.25
E 0 DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN G ET AL
2 S20 T 9 R 10
639.34 FT PARCEL ORB 117/10E57
FR WILSON FINANCIAL CORP.
LESS 8 LOTS IN UNREC SUBD
i MAP# 72D


03187-OiiR
331 R-0583400 $1,'+42.07

HESLIN JO TOLAND
S 21iT 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



03191-020R
333 R-OE87700 $1s230,75
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-0588600 765826-
LARUDEE PAUL 8: BETTY
5 22 T 9 R'i0 283,.10 FT FRONT
ON SR 30B; 716 FT AV DEPTH
227 FT LAGOON FRONT ORB
110/1008-9 FR GROOM
MAP# 90D


03200-OOOR
335 R-0592700
CROMARTIE EDWARD,
INDIAN PASS BEACH
PB 1 PG 8,LOT 15
MAP #90D


03200-001R
336 R-0592SO0
FISHER WAYNE D. ET
INDIAN PASS BEACH
PB 1 PG ,48 LOT 13
MAP #90D


032i4-OOOR
337 R-0598200 HX
DAVIS DANIEL B 8: L
INDIAN PASS BEACH
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 17
FR DAVIS
MAP #90D


03215-o000R
338 R-0598300 HX
EDWARDS JERRY S.
INDIAN PASS BEACH
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 19
MAP #90D


03216--000R
339. R-0598400
EDWARDS JERRY S.
INDIAN PASS BEACH
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 21
MAP #90D


03274-070R,
340 R-0608700
HICKS CUBIE ET UX
S 12 T 4 R 11 1.58
PARCEL REC'D ORB S
HICKS LESSORB 134
WALDROP
MAP# 38D

03274-075R
3.1 R-0608800 HX
WALDROP GERALDINE
S 12 T 4S R 10
PARCEL REC'D ORB 1
HICKS
MAP# 38D

0336--I-FI ER
34 R-0627100
STEVENS EUGENE P' 8-
S 13 T 5 R 1 SUN5
*(UNRECORDED) LOT 1
,M/L ORB 148/822 FR
ET AL
MAP ,# 42

03326-245R
34H3 R-0628600
BRAKE LARRY L
S i3 T 5 R 11 SUNS
'(UNRECORDED) LOT 2
M/L UNREC AA FR T
MAP #42
03330-12QR
344 R-0629500
HARLAND LENA
S 13.T 5 R 1i 1.'
210 X 279.45 FT BE:
NO I IN UNREC. SUB
830-32 AA FR CARR
MAP# 42

03331-001R
.345 R-0630000
KNOX PAMELA
S 13 T 5 R 11
LAND BEING 300 FT
OF DANIELS RDs LANE
BEING IN SW/4 OF SW
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL

03340-075R
346. R-0636600 HX
HALL JAMES/C 8: PATF
S 23 T R 1ii
ORB 159/802 FR CARR
MAP# 2.

03340-180R
'347 -R-0636900
STERZOY JOHN A
CREEKVIEW ESTATES)
LOT 4 ORB 161/910
ET AL
MAP# 42

03346-OOOR
348 R-0638300
HAMMON GWENDOLYN L,
S 23 T S R 11 3 AC
8/159
MAP #42

03348-OOOR
349 R-0638500
MARSH BETTY Y 8: COA
S 23 T 5 R 11 8.69
UNREC AD FR DUREN E
MAP#t 42

03349-000R
350 R-0638600
MARSH BETTY Y 8: GRA
S 23 T 5 R 11 1.7 AC
ORB 15S/751-752 FR
LEITENBERGER
MAP# 42

03350-OOOR
351 R-0638700
MARSH BETTY Y 8: GRAH
S 23 T E R 11 6,37
ORB 155/751-752 FR
LEITENBERGER
MAP# 42

03357-000R
3E2 R-0639300
MARSH BETTY 8: GRAHAI
S 23 T S R 11 4,72
158.33 FT ACROSS S
NE/4 OF SW/4 REC'D
-752 FR LEITENBERGEI
MAP # 2

03367-O000R
353 R-0641800
GOODWIN LEONADISU5S
5 26 T E5 R 11 9 AC
OF E/2 OF NE/4 OF N.
E OF WETAPPO CREEK
FR GOODWIN 8: FRUDA:KI
MAP# 43


03392-01ER
3S4 R-0652100
SOLARSKYJ STANISLAW
S 31 T S Rii
170 X 260 FT PARCEL ORB 12
843-45 AA FR HARDY
MAP#

03394-052R
355 R-0653700 S
FELS JOSEPH ET UX
S 31 T S R 11 4.6 AC REC'D
ORB 72/599 FR PATRICK 350
570 FT
MAP #t3C

03394-053R
356. R-0653800 HX 5
GILBERT JIMMY EARL
S 31 T 5 R 11 1.37 AC 170
350 FT LOT REC'D ORB 80/97
MAP #13C

03396-003R
357 R-065400 ,
WILLIAMS RICHARD M.
S 31 T R 11 1.93 AC A LO
240 X 350 FT ORB 110/788 F
COTTRELL ,
MAP# 13C


03O10-OIOR
358 R-0658800 HX '
5526.94 SURBER WAYNE E 8& RAY'(AN
M. S 31 T 5 R it 1.06 AC M/
GROUP NO. I X 172 FT LOT UNRECORDED
ORB 84/411 AGREEMENT FR MCDUFFIE
(MC DUFFIE INT ORB 119/7:
BLK 0 "(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 1

03420-001R
S.170134 359 R-0660100
T AL COSGROVE THOMAS J.
GROUP NO. 1 5 32 T 5 R it1 1.29 AC DE
ORB 77/934 REC'D ORB E7/391
MAP #13D
BLK 0
03426-2i0R
360 R-0663800
X S404.41 KENT CHARLES M. 8: PATRIC:
LISA THOMPSON S 33 T 5 R 11
GROUP NO. i PARCEL RECID IN ORB 117/
ORB ,53/837 AA FR CARR 8: ORB 127/6E
FR CARR JR.
MAPt# 27C
SLK S
03426-2E0R
361 R-0663900 :
C $194.95 KENT CHARLES M.
S 33 T 5 R ,11 .S AC M/-
GROUP NO. PARCEL REC'D. ORB 1ii/1i0
FR CARR,
MAP# 27C
BLK S
03426-255R
3162 R-0664000
1348.16 ANDERSON TOMMY
5 33 T SR 11'
GROUP NO. i ORB 165/2 FR ANDERSON
MAP# 27C

BLK S 03426-260R
3643 R-0664100
ROBERTS CHARLES D0. 8: JAN
584.42 S 33 T R 11
PARCEL REC'D IN ORB 126/
&, AC M/L FR CARR'
8/870 FR MAP# 27C
/584 TO
S' ', 03426-26SR
364 R-0664200
WARD GERALD & EDNA M
S 33 T 5 R 11 1.I0,4 AC
S187,21 PARCEL NO. I &I 2
ORB 169/505 FR CARR JR.
771 AC M/L MAP# 27C
34/'84 FR
03426-305R8
365 R-0664300 HX
JORDRN DWVID M 8& JOHN H
'" S 33 T E R 1R 1.i i ,-: HN'
t.- sa9W& PARCEL NO. 2 '8 1 ORB
B. RBRP, J 393-394 FR" CwRR 8. ORB 148
HINE ACRES FR JORDAN
.1 .96 AC MAP# 27C
TAUNTON
03426-31SR
366 R-0664 500 '
DANIELS ROBERT L
S 33 TS i 5 RT .535 AC
56345 PARCEL REC'D ORB 162/25
FR CARR JR.
HINE ACRES MAP# 27C
9 E.23 AC
AUNTON 03426-520R
367 R-0665000
BRIDGES DOUGLAS B SR
S 33 T 5 Rll .53 AC M/L
S13181 (UNREC. PLAT) ., 05 X 220
LOT ORB 133/919 FR CARR
347 AC M/L MAP# 27C
ING PARCEL
ORB 144/ 03426-525R
ET AL 368 R-0665100
BRIDGES DOUGLHS,B JR
S 33 T 5 R 11 .53 AC M/L
105 X 220 FT LOT ORB 1433.
S48.60 FR CARR
MAP# 27C
ALONG. W SIDE 03436-OSOR
D LYING 8: 39 R-0666500 HX
W/4 FR KENNEDY CAROL A. ,
SEE TAX ROLL) WETAPPO RIDGE SUBEIVISIOr
(UNRECORDED) LOTS 68, 8: 72
129/984-85'CD FR MORRIS
$CIAS17192 MAP# 27C
RICIA E P
03440-000R
ET AL 370 R-0667100
HAMMON GWENDOLYN
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBDO
(UNRECORDED) LOTS 46 8: SE
.304.43 88/591 QC FR WHITFIELD
UNREC. MAP #27C
FR COSTIN
,03452-001R
37,1 R-0671400
KOEBRUGGE FAYE
S 34 T S R 11 .57 AC M/L'
591,48 74/821 AA FR ARNOLD BEING
LOT 263 X 100 X 200 X 125
REC'D ORB LYING IN S/2 OF E/2 OF SE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA
03454-0OiOR
372 R-0671900 HX"
S307.S4 BARFIELD RICHARD D &8 DONN
TES GRAHAM S 35 T 5 R 11 N/2 OF SW/4
AC M/L NE/4 OF NW/4, LYING W OF
T AL 386 ORB 147/419 FR-RAY
MAP# 43

03460-070R
55E7.28 373 R-0673600
HAM COATES RITCH ELECTRIC CO. IN'C.
i- S 35 T 5 R l1 CREEKWOOD (A
UNREC.. SUBD) LOT 14 8: LOT
ORB 127/434-36 FR MEXICO I
CORP.
MAP# 43

S184.97 03460-i2.SR
HAM COATES 374 R-0674000 HX
AC RAY WILLIS
S 35 T S R 11
CREEKWOOD FIRST ADDITION
(UNREC) LOT 5 8: 6 ORB 13!
118-21 AA FR -BARFIELD
MAP# 43
$141,.21
I COATES 03460-135R
AC STRIP 37E R-0674100
END OF RAY WILLIS ALVIN 8: PEGGIE
ORB 155/75-i S 35 T S R 11 CREEKWOOD F:
R ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 7 OR[
150/E568-69 FR GRANGER
MAP# 43

5258.23 03460-145R
376 R-067+300
ALL OF S/2 RAY WILLIS A .8: PEGGIE W
JW/4 LYING 5 35 T E R 11 CREEKWOOD F]
ORB 1E51/150 ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 9
ER ORB 156/344-34. FR GREVEN-
MAP# 43


03460-305R
S8E.86 377 R-0676000 $ S20.20
MEXICO BEACH CORP-
CREEKWOOD UNIT NO. 3
2b/ LOT S
ORB 133/1066 FR MEXICO BEACH
CORP .

03460-310R
442.47 378 R-0676100 S18.85S
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. INC,.
0r CREEKWOOD UNIT 31 UNRECORDED
X LOT 6 ;
MAP# 43

03460-351ER
379 R-0676200 S18.85.
B382.03 RITCH ELECTRIC-CO. INC.
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3, UNRECORDED
X LOT 7-
72 MAP# 3

03460-37SR
380 R-0677200 90.56
155E.70 JONES JOE & CAROL A. KENNEDY
*CREE-WOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
3T LOT 19 ORB 134/897-98 FR
*R MEXICO BEACH CORP. INC.
MAP# 43

03460-380R
381 R-0677300 582.58
GRIMALDI RALPH J. 8: REGINA L,,
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 20 ORB 133/1048-49 FR
$5:0.40 MEX. BCH. CORP. INC. ,
MMPB 43
270
03488-002R
.382 R-0685i00 S727.35
7 TO THOMAS FLOYD LYNN '& SHERRI ANN
( ROLL) S 6 T 6 R 11 3 AC
ORB 161/703 FR BASTAS
MAP# 4B
i877 '
03493-OOOR
383 R-0685600 S51)327.11
WILLIAMS WILLIAM C. JR.
.S T 6 R 1i 3.0+,,AC BEG AT
NEC 'OF SW/4 OF NW/4-8: RUN S
230 FT FOR POBl TH S 270 FT,
494.36 'TH W 90 FT>. TH N 270 FT, TH
l Dl (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).

97 03495-2O5R
-52 384 R-0686400 S439.32
FOSTER MARK 8: GAYLE .
S 6 T 6 R 11 LOTS E. 8,-.7194._
& 1 5 UNRECORDED PLuT FR.
TAUNTON IN NE/4 OF NE/4 ORB
61 7.2.6 90/34E FR THUNTON
-17. MAP #148

,AA 03495-6F.OR
385 R-0686800. 5 104.65
PHRKER VIVIAN DENISE
S 6 T 6 R 1i
LOT 11 ORB 118/974 MSSIG OF
12s.8: i AA FOR DEED FR SWULrS
MAP# 18 i+B

03593-001R
S 386 R-0703400 S546.79
HMRRELL ROBERT C. 8 MHRYANN
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
i239.77 LOT 13 8: STRIP BETWEEN LOT 13.
239-7 &8: US 98 REC'D ORB 76/224
MAP #16C


LK 68

03646-OOOR
387 R-0710700 576.14
WRTSON PHILLIP L., JR. ,
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOTS 7 8- 9 ORB 114/932 FR
MONTFORD .
BLK 11
MAP# 16C

037i1-000R
388 R-079190 511S.39
LEVEL ARTHUR
BEACON HILL SUBD PB ,.PG 2
LOT 13 ORB 7&6/6A-1 O-lRRB i5/


141i-12...OC: FP LEVELL
MAP# 6B ,
B

03733-014R
389- R-0722000 .
ANGELINE WILLIAM ET
BEACON HILL SUBD PBS
;LOT 18 ORB 75/230
MAP #i.C


03733-01R
390 R-0722-00
ANGELINE WILLIAM ET
BEACON HILL SUBD PB
LOT ,0 ORB 75/230
MAP #16C

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


03741-OOOR
392 .R-0724400 HX
FETTINGER JAMES R. 8:
BEACON HILL ESTATES L
PB 2 PG,46 LOT 1 ORB
FR FETTINGER
MAP U16B


03798-024R ,
400 R-0735600 5336.20
LOGAN KERMIT D. & GLENDA SUE
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT 6
PAGE 158 FROM GULF INDIES.
CORP.
MAP #16C OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK
S BLK B


03798-030R
401 R-0736200
FERGUSON THELMA R
GULF AIRE PB 3 G 13
ORB 170/132 FR SPIRO
MAP #i16C


4* 83.76

T 12
a1'T a2


03798-085R "'
40I, R-0739 00 HX 1i,8E7.49
UPTON BRIAN & PATTI
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED LOT i ORB 185/489-
491 FR DUREN
MAP# 16C I,
BLK G

03798-260R '. '"
403 R-0744600 HX to03.24
REED DAVID
GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II LOT
15 ORB rl'4/355 FR WEWA .STATE
6ANK
MAP# 16C
S .BLK D.

03798-SOOR
404 .R-0749900.. 182.87
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES; INC.
S 31 T 6 R 11
ORB 93/277 BEING 6 FT GULF -
ACCESS EASEMENT. ....
MAP# 16C

03798-SOIR -
405 R-0750000 581.52.
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
S .31 T6 R 11
6 FT GULF ACCESS EASEMENT
MAP# 16C

03798-S.OR
408. R-0751000 i,5i35.75
COOLEY JUNE R & JAMES P
S31 T6 Rii ORB 96/108 BEING
BLDG II UNIT 10 GULF AIRE
TOWNHOUSE ORB 1861/682 FR
BLOUNT -
AP 16C: '

03798-68R .
407 R-0754200 5827.61
GAFFNEY JOHN W. 8:
S 31 T 6 R 1i "
BEING UNIT 4 CORAL REEF ..
TOWHSHOUSES ORB 139E564 CD
FR PRIESTLEY
MAP" 16C

03798-715R
408 R-0754500 250.11
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
GULF AIRE PHASE IV, UNREC
LOT .3
MAP# 6D
,BLK I

o7q8-745R .


+409 R-0755000 251.46
UPTON BRIAN & PATTI '
GULF AIRE PHASE. IV' UNREC
LOT ,4 ORB 150/591-594 FR
DUREN
MAP 16D
BLKf J

03798-7R -'
-10 R-0755200 250o.i
',GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC'
GULF AIRE PHASE IV, UNREC.
LOT;6
MAPWI 16D
BLK J


. 03798-781R --
: 11 R-07557.Q00 6'S.,92,
UL 19 BECHTOLD PAUL V & DOROTHY Z,
PELICAN WALK UNREC. SUB.
LOT 1 TRIPLEX, UNIT #109
$76.49 ORB 170/40 FR FNMA'.-
UX MAPA 16C
i PG
03798-782Rl*
412 R-0755800 .HX S179i.72
'BLK 25 KREIS TIM & VICKI
PELICAN WALK UNREC. SUB.
LOT i TRIPLEX, UNIT #111
576.49 UNREC. AGREEMENT FR DUREN ',,
UX MAP# 16C
1 PG 2. .
.03798-840oR
4'13 R-07568900 5632.03
BLK 25 OAKES DANNY'K & PAULA ALDRIDGE
PELICAN WALKj UNREC. SUB.
aSo39,i LOT 13 ORB 153/671 FR
639.01 GULFAIRE .

i PG 2 MAP# -16C "
.,SiE FR 03798-850R
414, .R-0757i00 S245-41
BLK 29 SAUERHOFF KATHLEEN PATRICIA
E-LK 25 PELICAN WALK, UNREC. SUB.
LOT A ORB 153/276-277 FR
S18.89 ODUREN
S ias,.89i MAP# 16C
DONNA F


UNIT ONE
102/14


3Ll: 1


03764-000RO
S87.21 393 R-0728800 Si,397. 5
HUTCHINSON RODERICK H 8:
S 31 T 6 R ii
ORB. 90 FT LOT. IN FRONT OF LOT 2
BETWEEN GULFVIEW ST 8: US 98
ORB 164/122 FR WEBER
BLK 1 MAP#t 16C

03783-iO0R
$152.38 394 R-0730600 5222.97
WEBER. EVELINE ET AL
ORB S. 31 T 6 R i 60 FT LOT ON US
A. 98 IN FRONT OF LOT 3 ON
FT GULFVIEW ST. ORB 71/609 8: ORB
/4' 96/537 FR WEBER ESTATE -
X ROLL) MAP# 16C

S434.1 03789-000R
A M 395 R-0731400 51,026.96
OF EVANS SUN AE
SR S 31 T 6 R 11 50 FT GULF
FRONT; 83 FT DEPTH ORB 144/39
FR COLLINS
MAP# 16C

.5256.. 14 03798-000R
3986 R-0733400 51,771.70
AN GULF AIRE PROPERTIES, INC.
is S31 & 32 T6 Rll BEING LOTS 7 &
BECH 8 ORIG IN SEC 31 8: PORTION IN
SEC 32 LESS GULF AIRE SUBD (
REC'D 8: UNREC'D) & LESS TRACT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03798-004R .
5205.75 397 R-0733700 54,235i04
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES IN'C
S 31 8: 32 T 6 R i1 PARCEL
BEING PARCEL "E" ORB 147/749-
5/ 750 FR GULF AIRE PROPERTIES
INC. BEING THE GULF AIRE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03798-014R
S202.24 398 R-07346P0 HX 5i615E.s0
W RITCH BENJAMIN
FIRST GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT 9
B ORB 1ii/398 FR SELLARS
MAP #1&6C
BLK A
03798-01ER
399 R-0734700 5604.62
S90.56 OAKES PAULA JEAN ALDRIDGE 8:
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT 10
FIRST ORB 144/339 FR OAKES 8& ORB 164
/883 QC FR OAKES
O1F MAP #16C


03805-002R
.415, R-0758000 1,373.44
DUREN IKE
S 31 T 6 R 1. 6.26 AC M/L
ORB 121/98 FR DOZIER
MAP# 16C ..,

03805-006R
416 R-0758200 $ 51i72.16
EDWARDS STAN & FRANCES
5 31 T 6 R 11it i00 FT LOT ON.-
US 98 BY 250 FT. ORB 139/165.
FR DOZIER
MAPt i6C '

0380S-013R
417 R-0758500 $51,813.Si
MONACHELLI CAROL M.
SEASHORE TOWNHOUSES
BEING UNIT 3
'ORB 160/360 FR COSTIN.
MAP# 16C

03806-OOSR
418 R-0794+00 5248.09
GRIFFIN RUBYE G,
S531 T 6 R 11 172.55 FT ON US
98 TRIANGULAR LOT 200.72 FT
DEEP ORB 91/9SS FR JACKSON
MAP #16C

03816-000R
419 R-0774800 82.34
WRIGHT JIMOLA
S 4 T 7 R i11 146.9 AC M/L
480.5 X 1358.43 X k480.i X
1354.15 ORB IS1/557.& ORBi 151
559 GC FR WRIGHT
MAP# 31

03820-OIOR
420 R-0775900 'sS2,1039.14
SULLIVAN III S. MICHAEi;
S 5 T 7 R 11 3S FT (GLF
FRONT; 190 FT DEPTH BEING N/2
OF ATLANTIC ST END ORB
112/204 FR POOLE
MAP# 17A

03864-000R
4! 1 R-0781800 5461.23"
DANNELLY ROY F.
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
.LOTS 12 & 13
MAP #17A
BLK


03901-000R
422 R-0786200
SMITH C.S.
YON'S ADDITION TO
LOT 20 ORB 94/967
MAP #17A


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03901-001R
423 R-0786300 51i056.81
SMITH C. S.
YON'S ADDITION.TO BEACON HILL
LOT 1 &8 2
MAP #A17A
BLK 9

03941-OOOR
424 R-0791500 S609.11
MATTHEWS DOROTHY SAWYER
YON'S ADDITION TO BEAON HILL
LOT 1
MAP #17A
BLK 13
03946-005R
425 R-0792100 580,04
GRIFFIN RUBYE G.
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT 19 ORB 93/1100 FR MILLER
ET, AL
MAP #17A
BLK 14

03976-250R
426 R-079640'0 5861.58
NEWMAN GEORGE S
S 5 T 75 RiiW .379 AC M/L
60.11oFT GULF FRONT; BEING
LOT 5 ORB 172/648 FR COUNTS
MAP# 17A
03978-002R
427 R-0797300 HX Si,263.1
GEITZLER HAZEL M 8:
S.S 8& 6 T 7 R 11 46.03 FT
GULF FRONT: 125 FT DEPTH M/L
ORB 151/584-585 FR ROBERTSON
MAP# 17A '"

03981-001R
428 R-0797700 51 Sl14.4
MARCUM JENNIFER
CORONADO GULFVIEW UNIT i ORB
153/601 FR J & JO INVESTMENTS
INC.
MAP# 17A

03987-00R
4'29 R-0800200 HX 510i87.23
HILL R EDWARD & SUSAN F
S S T 7 R 11 PARCEL BEING
FORMERLY LOTS 2 & 3 &. PORTION
OF GEORGIA CYPRESS STS BLOCK
1. PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

040-2-000R
430 R-0806500 $473.75
SCULL RONALD W. ET UX
PORT ST. JOE.BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOTS 9 8 11 ORB 115/805 BC FR
SCULL *
MAP# 17A
BLK 8

04025-OOOR
431 R-0806600 S656.43
SCULL RONALD W.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. '1
LOTS 13 &8 14 ORB 84/1046
MAP #i7A
BLK 8

04032-OOOR
4'32 R-0807300 HX SE.E58
O'BARR DAVID EDWARD
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
.LOT 8 ORB 166/690 QC FR
WILHITE
MAP ,#17A
BLK 9

0065--OOOR
433 R-0811600 HX S338.26
SCARABIN ROBERT M
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. i
LOT 3 ORB 111/326 FR HAY 8:
ORB 133/327 GC FR BASS
SCARABIN CAROL L.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04067-010R
424+ R-0812300 5529.35
SHEARER MARGARET V.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT'N&O.',1 ,a
LOTS 10' ORB 113/idW':FR
DEESON 8 ORB'"l39/"4Y OC FR
SHEARER '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

044l-0-OOOR
435 R-0820800 HX 5226.10
MULLIS DONALD D. 8 ELOISE S.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 1 & 3 ORB 102/80 FR-
ARNOLD LESS SW 60 FT OF LOT
3 ORB 135/1&' FR WILLIAMS
'(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04142-000R
+36 R-0821100 i89.10i
RIELA MARGARET
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO 2
LOT S
MAP #17A


BLK 29

04144-O00R
437.. R-0821700 5 35.69,
KENT CHARLES M 8 PATRICIA' D
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2-
LOT 13 ORB 148/i98 FR WATSON
MAP #17A'
BLK 29

04160-000R
438 R-0824500 5528.29
RICHTER BILLY R. 8: MARTHA C.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT'NO, 2
LOT 9 ORB 136/843 FR ALABAMA
ELECTRIC CO. INC.
MAP# 17A
BLK 32

041950OOOR
439 R-0829800 HX 5323.30
SANDERS C. 0G.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 9) 11 13
MAP #17A
BLK 39
04198-00OR
440 R-0830100 5190.45
ESTES ROBERT S 8: GLORIA
POR ST JOE BEACH UNIT'MO. '2
(FORMERLY) LOT .4
ORB 141/162 PR COSTIN
MAP# 17A
BLK 40
04222-003R
441 R-0837400 .. 5190,45
DERRICK MARGARET A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2'
LOT 10 ORB 97/701 FR COSTIN 8:
GIBSON
MAP # 17 A
BLK 48

04226-002R
'+42 R-0838600. 5150.21
DERRICK MARGARET A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 3 ORB 163/754 FR PROCTOR
BLK 49

0425S-020R
443 R-0842100 5738.00
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
44., R-0846100 54,492.24
RAFFIELD FISHERIES
S 35 T 7 R 11 3.95 AC
300 FT CANAL FRONTAGE ORB
81/391 FR SJL 8: DEV.
MAP,# 49C

04283-OOOR
445 R-10846500 51 164.92
RAFFIELD RONALD C,
S 27 T 7 R 11 RECID DBK08
150 FT ON US 98 REC'D ORB
133/1-2 FR BLAIR
MAP# 33A


04284-OOOR
446 R-0846600 5
RAFFIELD FISHERIES INC.
S 35 T 7 R 11 4.39 AC
546.5 FT ALONG GULF CO.
LESS 'FREEZER BLDG' ORB
168/340 TO GULF CO,
MAP# 49C

04310-O0OR
447 R-0848500
LANGLEY DORA L.
C. P. GAULDINGS ADDN PB
30 LOTS 4 & 5(LESS S 45
LOT 4)
MAP #49B


COPPEDGE OUILLIE


12 422.23


CANAL





S90.97

i PG
FT OF


BLK C


S282,45


C. P. GAULDINGS ADDN PB PG
30 LOTS ii & 12 ORB 93/337 8:
338 LIFE ESTATE DEEDS TO
ORELL 8 KENT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04361-OOOR
449 R-0852800 S106.00
WOOD TAMELA L.
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 PG 22 E 56
FT OF LOT 14 8: 11i LESS S 30
FT OF 11i BEING THE OLD STORE
BLDG ORB 83/1122 8: LESS 601
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04377-OOOR
450 R-0854300 S410,98
CHANCE ROYCE M JR 8: TERESA D
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB 1 PG 26
LOTS 4 & 5 ORB 143/610 FR.
MAMORAN
MAP# 49B
BLK C

04'15-OOOR
451 R-0857700 5291.96
GAY TIMOTHY W. 8 DONNA L ,
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB 1 PG 26
LOT 9 8 12 ORB 138/747-48
FR ROBERSON
MAP# 49B
BLK G

0455-OOOR
452 R-0861600 HX S55.24
CANNINGTON B, F. 8: FAYE
FOREHANDS FIRST ADDITION TO
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 PG +4 N/2
OF LOTS i ,8: 12 ORB 107/10 sC
FR O.H. t LILLIAN CANNINGTON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

044 82-001R
453 R-0864100 HX S78.69
MILES LEWIS DONN
FOREHANDS SECOND ADDITION TO
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 2 PG 9
LOTS 4 5 6 8:a 7 ORB 76/485 8:
ORB 168/20 FR HALL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
04484-OOOR
454 R-0864300 S95.22
MATHIS SANDRA
FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION TO
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 PG 50 LOTS
3, & 5 ORB 90/326 FR
JACKSON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04556-OOSR
455 ,R-0874100 HX. 5560.19
STRICKLAND KARLTON & BEVERLY
S 26 T7 Rii 190.02 X 127.39
FT LOT IN NORTH 1/2. OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF NE/4 OF
ORIG. GOV"T LOT 14 ORB 93/457
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04609-OOOR
456 R-0880900 S176.64
LEWIS ALPHONSO
ST. JOE'HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 51/2 OF LOT...;1-: ORB 151/A609-
610 FR EST. OF JOHN &8 MARIE
LEWIS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04628-OOOR
457 R-0882700 S225.96
MC KAY RANCE HEIRS OF
ST. .JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB i PG
35 LOT 5
MAP #50A
BLK B .


04798-OOOR /
468 R-0902000 // 52152.00
EVANS FRANK 8: CAESAR SHARKS
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 22 8:
20
ORB 164/694 FR GARCIA
MAP# SOA
BLK 23

04824-000R
469 R-0906200 HX 5166.28
BRADFORD J C & CAROL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N/2 LOTS
21; 26 ORB 1+9/883-884 FR
LEHARDY & ORB 1587483 FR
HARMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04867-OOOR
470 R-09165EO0 55935.89
FFCA/IPI 1984 PROPERTY CO.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS
2)4#6)8 ORB 115/333 FR
SANDERS
MAP #SOA
BLK 36

04898-004R
471 R-0919900 HX 594.94
WORTHINGTON MARY
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 17 8:
W/2 OF LOT 19 ORB 87/874
MAP #SOA
BLK 37

04947-00R
472 R-0925100 HX $59.72
BODDYE RICHARD
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE S 100 FT
OF E +6 FT OF LOT 27 8: 5 100
FT OF LOT 29 ORB 170/272 FR
PARKER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04987-000R
473 R-0929100 HX 5246.17
LITTLE JAMES C. 8: DEBRA JONES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 7
ORB 120/15 FR BAXLEY
MAP# SOA
BLK 43

05027-000R
474 R-0934400 SS48.45
SMITH JOHN A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 19
ORB 164/929 FR SMITH
MAP #50A
BLK 46

05043-OOOR
475 R-0936100 HX S216.70
LAWDER HARRY IV & BARBARA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 12 8:
W/2 OF LOT 14 ORB 100/386 FR
LUNDY
MAP# BOA
BLK 47

05049-OOOR
476 R-0936700 5679.88
LAWDER HARRY IV 8 BARBARA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 21
ORB 98/634 FR VA


MAP # SA

05074-OOOR
477 R-0940900 HX
HIEBER GEORGE E.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT
&P 12
MAP #50A-


BLK 50

0549-000R
478 R-0948400 HX 5505.27
RAFFIELD RONNIE ET UX
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 2 8t
4 ORB 101/633 GC FR RAFFIELD
MAP#t SOD
BLK 61

05185-000R
479 R-0952000 S736.36'
RAFFIELD RONALD C. .
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE. LOT 9.
ORB 111/967 FR HAMM
MAP #50D
BLK 65

05250-OOOR
480 R-0959800 S586.19
CRANFORD WILLIAM H & RUTH P
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
I LOT 13 ORB 1&2/14 FR PRICE
MAP# 500D
BLK 76


04630-00R
458. R-0882900 S271.11 05263-OOOR
GAINER MANSFIELD & CORA LEE '481 R-0961200 HX 560.68
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB i MOORE DAVID WALTER
PG35 LOT,/12 ORB 75/693 ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
MAP #SOA I LOT 2
BLK.B MAP #50D


04635-050R
459 R-0883500 HX 5248.97.
WHITAKER LINDA G.
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD. PB 1 PG
35 LOT 7 ORB 119/329 FR
LOWERY
MAP# 50A
BLK B

04637-000R
460 R-0883700 553.96
GAINER MANSFIELD
ST. 'JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 Ni/2 OF LOT 10
ORB 128/879 FR LEWIS
MAP# 50A
BLK B

04638-000R
461 R-0883800 5123.34
GAINER JERRY
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1IPG
35 S/2 OF LOT 10
MAP #50A
BLK B

04640-OOOR
462 R-0884000 5302.11
MC KELVY POLLY; HEIRS OF
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB I PG
35 LOT 20
MAP #50A
BLK B


04648-OOOR
463 R-0884700
HENDERSON KEITH
CITY OF PORT ST.
8a 13
MAP #50A


JOE LO


04704-OOOR
464 R-0890000
LITTLE JAMES C. 8: DEBRA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT
- 29 .ORB 160/79 FR LEWI
MAP #t50A

04735-OOOR
465 R-0893300
REED DAVID S.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT
NW .7 FT OF LOT 21 ORB V
FR STONE LESS NW.7 FT OF
19 ORB 149/153 TO COSTING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

04752-OOOR
466 R-0895700
JOHNSON JAMES G. & WILL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT
ORB 139/158 FR SCOTT
MAP #50A


04765-092R
467 R-0897200
LEHARDY FRANK "PETE"
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
N/2 OF LOT 28 BEING 85.0
X 50 FT LOT REC'D ORB 12
FR HARTLEY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T


BLK 77

05286-OOOR
482 R-0963500 HX S397.32
CUMBIE JAMES W. JR. 3 SALLY AN
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOTS 1 8& 4 ORB 136/452 FR
HAMBY
MAP# SOA
BLK 78

05313-OOOR
483 R-0966200 HX 5227.22
RICHARDSON WALTER ALAN 8&
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
I LOTS 10 $ 11 .ORB 107/628 FR
REED (PARRISH)
MAP #500D
BLK 79


05345-OOOR
484 R-0969400 HX
LOCKE BRONCIEL N.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION
I LOTS 3 8: 4
MAP #50A


05352-000R
485 R-0970100 HX
BRAMTON LEE ROY
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION
i LOT 6
MAP #50D


5571.10

UNIT NO.


BLK 82


564.56

UNIT NO.


BLK 83


$2,262.09 05357-O00R
486 'R-0970600 HX 5491.28
TS 11 LINTON AMANDA ROSE
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
I W 6/7 OF LOT 11 UNREC'.
BLK 3 AGREEMENT FR SMITH
MAP# 5SOD
SBLK 83
S297.53
JONES 05376-OOOR
TS 27 487 R-0972500 HX 5433.75
IS EST POWELL JAMES P. & TAMMY T'.,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
BLK 11 1 LOT 1 ORB 118/1045 FR GAY
MAP #50D
BLK 85
5693.17
05392-OOOR
T 19 8: 488 R-0974100 HX 5135.32
1L47/95 NELSON EULON WAYNE ET UX
F LOT ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
N 1 LOTS 20 & 21
TAX ROLL) MAP #50D
BLK 85
054 4-050R
5$25.63 489 R-0976200 HX 5752.25
IAM H. DAVIS RAYMOND D. & VICKIE L.
T 13 ST JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOT 3
ORB 128/318 FR MC CROAN
BLK 18 MAP# 5OA
BLK 97

5251.11 05462-0OOR
490 R-0984000 5726.41
BRAGDON MATTIE L.
D3 FT ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
2"/720 LOT 20 ORB 113/964 FR BRAGDON
BLK 90
TAX ROLL) MAP# OD 8: 68C:


05481-OOOR
491 R-0985900 HX $252.27
AMBROSE DAVID LEE ET UX
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
2 LOT 10 ORB 78/344
MAP #5OD
BLK 91

05E40-OOOR
4+92 R-0992200 HX S41.40
BOUINGTON OMA F,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
4 LOT 5 ORB 76/1065
MAP #SOD
BLK 98

OEE8-00oR
493 R-0996700 HX 5590.73
BURKETT CLARENCE EUGENE ET UX'
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
9 LOT 11 & N/2 OF LOT 10
MAP #50D
BLK 108


05591-OO5R.
494 R-0997900 HX
WOOD RONNIE K. 8: TAMELA L
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
9 LOT 12 ORB 133/355 FR C
MAP #50D
BL

05637-OOOR'
495 R-1005000 S24
GULF PINES HOSPITAL) INC.,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
9 LOT 1 2.173 AC M/L BEIh
GULF PINES HOSPITAL ORB
128/398-99 FR PROVIDENT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TP
05650-OOOR
496 R-1006900
GAINNIE RUBY L
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
9 LOT 2 ORB. i5/292-93 FF
BIETENHOLZ
MAP# SOD
SBLK, 1

05690-OOOR
497 R-1025500
GANT ERNEST ET AL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIC
LOTS 17 8 19 ORB 79/19
MAP #SOB
BLI

05694-OOOR
498 R-102S900
BEWEY MARGARET
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIC
LOT 22 ORB 92/352 FR BEWE
MAP #508
BLH,

05695-OOOR
499 R-1026000
GIVENS SIDNEY 8. LETTIS A,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIC
LOT 23 ORB 139-3-4 FR GI
ET AL
MAP# 50OB


05701-0OOR
BLK 47 500 R-1026800 HA S5
PITTMAN AMOS SR.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
5240.87 LOTS 30 32 ORB 98/907 FR
PETERS
TS 11 MAP #508
BLK


05703-0OOR
501 R-1027100
GANT CHESTER JR.
CITY OF PORT ST.
LOT 2 ORB 75/571
MAP #50A


The Star, Port St. Joe. PL -Thursdav. Mav 11. 18 and 25. 1995


05828-OOOR
Si 'R-1041700
QUINN DESMOND
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i
33 W 31 FT OF LOT iS
ORB 172/339 FR SMITH
MAP #49D


S177.49

PB i PG


BLK 1007
05853-OOOR
515 'R-104200 S551.71
BYRD PORTIA LEE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 2.PB 1 PG
33 LOTS 30 & 32
MOP #49D
BLK 1008


05862-OOOR
516 R-1045100
CORBETT NAOMI 8: DORTHE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 P
33 WESTERLY 25 FT OF'L
ORB 81/519 (LIFE ESTATE
MAP #49D


05866-OOOR
517 R-1045700
DANIELS GENE ET UX
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 P
33 LOT 20 ORB 81/549 &
MAP #490D


05868-OOOR
518 R-1045900
CLAYTON J. C. & JOSEPH
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 P
33 LOT 2 ORB 127/816
FR CLAYTON
MAP# '9D
BLKI


06027-016R
536 R-i063700 HX $160.82
HUNTER VERONICA
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO., 3
LOT 17 PB 2 PG 53 ORB 130/977
FR ST. JOE FOREST PROD. CO.
MAP# 50A
SBLK 1020
06028-OOOR
537 R-1O&6i00 HX 551.Si,
THOMAS VALERIE ANN 8:
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
PB 2 PG 53 LOT i ORB 171/61
GC FR JONES
MAP# 50A
BLK 1021


S5357.57 06028-01iR
ER 538 R-106SO00 HX 522S.14
PB i PG THOMAS MARY L.
.OT 14 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
TE) LOT 12 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 OC
(FOR.FURTHER' LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

5118.28 06029-007R
539 R-10660& 0 HX S402.62
PB 1 PG WILSON ROBERT L. JR. ET UX
& 612 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 9 & S/2. OF LOT 7 PB 2 PG.
BLK 1009 53
MAP#t 50A


5138.60

PB 1 PG



S1010


NO. 05889-OOOR
R 519 R-'048200 S263.07
JULIUS EDDIE' 8 DIANA v
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 2 PB 1 PGS
0 46 8 l 47 LOT 28 ORB 155/463
FR PACE
MAP# 490
5106.37 BLK 1010

3, 05895-o0OR
520 R-1048800 5155.53
MOSLEY SUELLA
K 100i MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PBi PG
33 LOT 2 ORB 165/164 FR
GATHERS,
S485.72 MAP# 49C
BLK 1011


05900-O00R
521 R-1049700
LARRY'R. C. 8: ANNIE MA
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 P
33 LOT i ORB 75/441
MAP #49D0


ENS. 05907-OOR.
522 R-1050300
HURLBURT MILES K.
01 MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT:1
33 S 67 FT LOT 8 8: 1
114/464-6 FR ST., JOS
745.74 DEV. CO.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL S
05907-00SR
523 R-o1050400
PITTMAN AMOS
1001 MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO
8 LESS S 67 FT ORB il
HURLBURT
82.i4 MAP# '49D


a MAXINE
JOE ORliG


BLK 1002"


05716-OOOR
502 R-1028500 5393.77
DAVIS ROSA L,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT-18 ORB 120/523,-FR LANGTON -
/JACKSON (LIFE ESTATE RES.) ,:i
MAP# 50A
BLK 1002

05740-00OR
503 R-1031300 S84.848
GANT CHESTER JR. MAXINE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
SLOIT i ORB 83/396


MAP #508


05741-OOOR
504 R-1031400
BELL TISHIA L,
CITY OF PORT ST.
LOT 1 ORB 64/458
MAP #50A


JOE 0


05776-OOOR
505 R-1035000
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE I
LOTS 14i 16; 18) W/2 L
ORB 81/711 & LESS E/2
LOT 20 ORB 143/531 T(
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

05781-000R
506 R-1035500
WRIGHT OLA WILLIE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE C
LOT 23
MAP #50B


- 05789-OOOR
507 R-1037200
STEPP CHARLES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE C
LOT 5
MAP #50A


05791-000R
508 R-i037400
MORNING BEN
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE C
LOT 8
MAP #50A


05796-OOOR
509 R-1037900
BEWEY MARGARET
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE C
S/2 OF LOT 2
MAP #50A


05913-000R
524 R-1051100 HX
DAWSON DARION A. &f GW
MILLVIEW ADON UNIT I
33 LOT 16 ORB 115/105
PETERS
MAP #49D


05918-OOOR
525 R-1051600
WALKER MCNAIR) PAT &8
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO
PG5 46 & 47 LOT 5 ORB
FR WALKER
MAP #49D


05931-000R
BLK 1003 526 R-1053000 HA
BOONE CECIL R. 8 CONN
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO
S584.29 PGS 46 & 47 LOTS 8 &
ORB 135/460-61 FR EST
ORIG. ARMANDA BOONE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE

BLK 1004 05952-OOOR
527 R-1055100 HA
JULIUS DIANE P. ET AL
S454.21 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNI
PB 1 PGS 46 8: 47 LOT
ORIG. ORB 125/4 FR ROSA LEE
LOT 20 BYRD EST.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE
0 MILLER
E TAX ROLL) OE957-00OR"
528 R-iO-1600,
BRYANT ROSALIND C
sscac9 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNI
PB 1PGS 46 & 47 LOT

DRIG, ORB 161/16 FR MARTIN
MAP #50A

BLK 1i005


05959-OOOR
529 R-1055800
558.59 JULIUS DIANE P.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNI
ORIG PB 1 PGS 46 8 k7 LOT'
108/986-7 FR BYRD HEI
MAP SOA
BLK 1006
05969-000R
E30 R-1056800
S58,59 SIMS DAN EST. C/O MAR'
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
ORIG. PB 1 POS 46 & 47 W/2 I
MAP #SOA

BLK 1006
06009-000R
531 R-1060600 HX
534.69 BEARD ROOSEVELT
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
ORIG. LOT 18 8 E/2 OF LOT 16
PGS 46 8: 47
MAP# 50A
SBLK 1006


05804-OOOR
510 R-1038700 5457.89
JONES LESA A. 8: RAY 0. LIKELY
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 20 ORB 124/552 FR JONES
EST.
MAP# 5OA
BLK 1006

05819-000R
511 R-1040400 5393.43
LEWIS ALPHONSO
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i P8 1 PG
33 LOT 4 ,ORB 151/609-611 FR
EST. OF JOHN & MARIE LEWIS
MAP# 49C
BLK 1007

05820-001R
512 R-1040600 HX 5127.05
BRYANT ROBERT 5 8:
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1 PG
33 LOT 10 8: E 19 FT OF LOT 8
ORB 161/351 FR JIM WALTER
HOMES INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05821-001R
513 R-1040900 5297.53
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i PB I PG
33 LOT 13
MAP #49D
BLK 1007


06014-OOOR
532 R-i061100 HX
MC GEE DELORES M
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
LOT 24 PB 1 PGS 46 8& ,4
ORB 14/37 FR BRYANT
MAP# 50A
BL

.6025-OOOR
533 R-1062100
GANT CHESTER JR.
M.LLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
LOT 4 PB i PGS 46 & 47
MAP# 50A


06027-006R
534 R-1062700 HX
JENKINS DONALD L. 8: SH
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
LOT 7 PB 2 PG 53 ORB 1
1101 FR ST. JOE FOREST
MAP# 5OA


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


F
0
EP

EE


BLK 1022.

06029-Oi4R,
540 R-1066700 HX $117.30
THOMPSON JEAN
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 18 ORB 91/832 FR ST JOE
LD & DEV .CO PB 2 PG 53
MAP# 50OA
BLK 1022

06051-Oi0R
541 R-1070100 HX 5265.91
MARTIN BILLY C 8 VERNIE R
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO, 3,
LOT .14
ORB 144/565 FR QUICK
MAP# SOA

06051-012R
542 R-1070300 HX 5250.85
WATKINS HARLEY L 8 MARY M
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
PB 2 PG 53 LOTS 12
ORB 145/767 FR QUICK
MAP# 50A
BLK 1024


52941.09 06132-0OOR
4E 543 R-1078400 5225.01
PB P.G TRIPLING CLIFFORD
OAK GROVE SUBD PB i PG i LOT
9 :& W/2 OF LOT 7
BLK 1012 MAP #5A F
BLK 2
06160-OOOR
5504.22 544 R-1081100 5328.97
FUSELIER DONNA E
PB 1 PG OAK GROVE SUB PB 1 PG 12 N
ORB : 30 FT OF LOTS 16S 18
PH LAND ORB 144/353 FR ENFINGER ET AL
MAP# 51SA
TAX ROLL) BLK 5


06236-106R
5296.52 55, R-1090600 513.0&
GULF AVIATION INC.
, 1 LOT 5 25 T 8 R 11 .819 AC M/L
4/569 FR BEING 218 FT ON CESSNA DR
ORB 142/993-997 FR COSTIN
LK 1012. AVIATION INC. & ORB 163/131-
BLK" i-2- (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


S1133 06236-260R
4181,33 6 6 R-1093500 S199.84
4ENDOLYN RAFFIELD DANNY L.
PB I PG 5 25 T 8 R.li CAPE PLANTATION
FR (UNRECORDED) LOT 5 ORB
itS/221-22 FR COSTIN DEV,
CORP.
BLK 1012' (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06248-080R :
559.94 S g. k R-1097300 Silli6.18
WJA TODD RICHARD L. 8: DONNA L.
2 .PB i S 36 T 8 R 11 .3.2715 AC M/L
101/791- BEING PARCEL #2 REC'D IN ORB
118/247 FR TODD
MAP# 52D
BLK 1014
06266-090R
548 R-1109300 S198.49
330.20 -SHERWOOD FURNITURE INDUSTRIES
IE 'PHILON FEATHER SOUND
32 PB I LOT 18 ORB i50/874-887 FR
10 HILL
SOF MAP# 198

:E TAX ROLL) 06268-i22R
5. R-1121300 5152.91
LUNT ROGER W.
598.39 5 18 T-9 R 11
51 X 106.76 FT PARCEL) BEING
T NO. 2 PARCEL A OF AN UNREC SUBD.
11 ORB 123/149 FR MAY LESS ORB
PACE (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

.E TAX ROLL) 06268-124R
550 R-ii21500 5152.91
LUNT ROGER W
S83.83 S 1I8 T 9 R 11
51.04 X 104.66 FT PARCEL;
T NO. 2 BEING S/2 OF LOT A OF UNREC.
17 SUBD, ORB 156/178-179 OC FR'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

BLK 1016 06268-252R
551 R-1123700 51,251.20
MARTIN JOHN F. & MARY J. 8
594.64 S 20 T 9 R 11 1.98 ACRES M/L
110.03 FT GULF FRONTAGE IN
T NO. 2 TRACT NO 29 ORB 133/633-34 FR
19 ORB AVERY 1/2 INT. MARTIN 8: 1/2
RS (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06268-552R
552 R-1126100 S762.88
S426.22 ANSLEY PATRICIA S
Y SIMS S 6 T 9 R 1i
r NO. 2 100 FT BAYFRONTi 355.735 FT
OF LOT 2 ORB 167/258 FR COOLEY & ORB
167/254 FR COOLEY 8:' ORB 167/
BLK 1017 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
06268-55SR
523.68 553 R-1126400 5490.76
GARDNER JAMES E 8: ANN L
T NO. 2 5 6 T 9.R 11 .9620 AC M/L
6 PB 1 50 FT BAY FRONT; 838.11 FT
DEPTH BEING TRACT 6
ORB 155/574-575 FR COOLEY
BLK 1018 MAP# 6A

06268-556R
S159.78 554 R-1126500 5265.53,
ANSLEY PATRICIA
T NO. 2 S 6 T 9 R 11
47 98.99 FT ON CO RD 30-E; 458.74
FT DEPTH ORB 167/254 FR
COOLEY 8 ORB 167/248 BC FR
LK 1018 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'

06269-004R
S219.05 555. R-1129700 S;487.36
WILSdN DOROTHY C,
r NO. 2 SAN BLAST ESTATES PB 2 PGS 20,.
21 22 LOT 4 2.26 AC ORB
82/742 100 FT GULF FRONT
BLK 1019 MAP #19B
06269-006R
5152.45 556 R-1i29800 52,803.95
IELLY M. YIELDING O.B. 8: JOAN
NO. 3 SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS 20,
L24/1100- 21 & 22 PORTION OF LOTS 5j 6
PROD. a 7 DESCRIBED IN ORB 120/224-
226 FR CAPE SANDS; INC.
BLK 1020 MAP# 19B
06269-I12R
S93.39 557 R-1134700 51)194.56
RIZZA JOE A & ANNE D &
NO, 3 SAN BLAS ESTATES 27.79 FT ON
CO. RD. 30-El 186.58 FT AV
III DEPTHi BEING A PORTION OF LOT
23 S/2 OF A DUPLEX ORB 1'+0/536
SLK 1020 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


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06269-iO0R
558 R-1134800 52,277.49
CASO MARIA 8&
SAN BLAS ESTATES 50.41 FT
GULF FRONTAGE BEING A PORTION
OF LOT 39 ORB 161/695 FR
MCCORD
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# 19B


06269-314R
560 R-1137000 5969.33
PARKER ROBERT D & SYLVIA A
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2J-1
A 'PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
ESTATES SUBD. ORB 131/721-22n
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 5152.91
WISE RICK & JOANN
S 14 T 9 R 11
BEING LOT 4
ORB 137/1002-3 FR TREASURE
SHORES, LTD.
MAP# 5

06274-007R
563 R-1142600 5152.91
HALL DENNIS C. 8: SANDRA K.
S 14 T 9 R 11
LOT 7 TREASURE BAY UNREC.
ORB 138/125-26,FR TREASURE
SHORES, LTD
MAP# 54

06274-036R
564 R-1145300 Si52.91
JOHNSON PHILLIP S..
S 14 T 9 R 11
BEING PARCEL 18A
ORB 138/327-28 FR BAYCO DEV.
CO. INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06274-043R
565 'R- 146000 5152.91
HALL DENNIS C. & SANDRA K.
S 14 T 9 R it
BEING PARCEL 5
ORB 139/571-72 FR BAYCO DEV.
CO. INC.
MAP# 54

06274-044R
566' R-11-6100 5152.91
HALL DENNIS C. & SANDRA K.
S 14 T 9 R 11
-BEING PARCEL 6
ORB 138/907-B FR BAYCO DEV.
CO. INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06274-110R.
567 R-1146700 5171.69
TODD RICHARD L.
TREASURE BAY
LOT 1 ORB 136/796-97 FR
TREASURE SHORES LIMITED
MAP# 54
BLK A A


06274-135R
568 R--1147-00
DANKS KENNETH L.
TREASURE BAY
LOT 6 ORB 136/1020-2
TREASURE SHORES LIrMIT
MAP# 5*4


06274-170R
569 R- 1147900
TODD RICHARD L,
TREASURE BAY
LOT 3 0RB 136/800-8C
TREASURE SHORES LIMIT
MAP# 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 F
TREASURE SHORES LIMIT
MAP# 54


06276-OOSR
572 R-1151100
KARASKI STEPHEN J,
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDI
BAYSIDE TRACT 5 1,24
ORB 101/508-516 FR FL
MORTG, PB 3 PGS 24,2'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06276-019R
573 R-1152000
DANKS KENNETH
CAPE SAN BLAST GULFSIDI
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 24, 2
8* 24C TRACT 19 1.92 Ac
83/525 8: ORB 114/514 7
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06276-026R
574 R-1152700
HARRISON ROBERT A
CAPE SAN BLAST GULFSIDE
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 24, 2;
8: 24C LOT B OF TRACT 2
ORB 151/954 FR YATES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06276-058R
575 R-i155700
RAIM MICHAEL E. 8: DARL
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDI
DE LOT 8 a8 9 OF TRACT
FT BAY FRONT; 171.17 I
DEPTH ORB 134/238-42 F
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06276-062R
576 R-1155900
LEE JAMES C JR 8: DOTTI
S 19 T 9 R 11
BEING UNIT .A-2 .OF SUN)
SUNSET TRACT 8 CSB GUL
BAYSIDE ORB 153/121 F
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06276-080R
577 R-i 15720,0
ALCOCK DAVID 8. RENEE
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFIDE
BAYSIDE A PORTION OF
BEING LOTS A-1 8: A-2 C
561-63 FR YATES
MAP# 198

06277-05OR
578 R-158400
JONES TODD 8& EDWARD
S 12 T 9 R 11
LOT 10 ORB 163/727.FR
SHORES LTD
,MAP# 53
at


06277-OS5R
579 R-1158500
COLE VIOLA PARKER
S 12 T 9 R 11
LOT 11 ORB 159/720 FR
TREASURE SHORES LTD
MAP# 53
BL
06277-060R
580 R-1158600
HOLLY DEBRA ELLEN
S 12 T 9-R ii
LOT 12 ORB 162/481 FR
SHORES LTD
MAP# 53


LKR




TRE


BLK VI

06277-075R
581 R-i158900
DOUGLAS VICTOR
5 12 T 9 R 11
LOT 15 ORG 151/230 FR
TREASURE SHORES LTD
MAP# 53
BLK V
06288-034R BLK
582 R-1161150 .
JONES JAMES E III
S 22 T 9 R 11 132 FT BAY I
ORB 105/4-3 FR FARMER LESS
ORB 166/238 &8 ORB 166/239
HILL
MAP 35D

06288-035R
583 R-l161200 i
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 a ORB 136/'
. (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA)

06288-510R
584 R-1162300
AMERICAN BANKERS INSURANCE
SAN BLAST 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
BLAS BEACH DEV. CO.
MAP# 35D

06288-620R
586 R-1164500 '
SHERWOOD FURNITURE INDUSTf
SAN. BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 24' ORB 1i9/406-407 Ff
JONES .
MAP# 35D

*06288-635R
587 R-11ii6800
D.W.A. REALTY INC.
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 27 ORB 145/973-977 FR
JONES
MAP# 35D
06289-040R
588 R-1166600 Si1
BRITTLE PARK T., & PHYLLIS
S 22 T 9 R 11 400 FT BAY
FRONT;- BEING 300 FT OF E
790.27.FT OF GOVT LOT 3 LY
N OF Cp RD 30-E ORB 105/81
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX

06290-030R
589 R-1167500 51i
ODD MAN OUT PARTNERSHIP-
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT # 1
6 ORB 169/39 FR FHLM CORP
.MAP# 35D .
B


06291-005R
57S90 R-1172400 '
171.69 TRUSTMkRL. NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFISIDE ESTATES UNREC
1.FR LOT. 1 ORB 164/463 CT FR C
ED MAP# 35D 0
06291-010R,
BLK A 591 R-1172500 -
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
7 SURFSIDE ESTATESs UNREC'
Si171.69 LOT 2 ORB 164/463 CT FR C
MAP# 35D
i1 FR 06291-015R
ED 592 R-1172600 5
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
BLK B SURFSIDE.ESTATES, UNREC
LOT. 3 ORB 164/463 CT FR C
$410.98 MAP# 35D
06291-020R
TREASURE 93 R-1172700 S
TREASURE TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES:, UNREC
BL C', LOT 4 ORB 164/463 CT FR C
*BLK '" MAP# 35D

.1,601.67 06291-025R
595 R-1172800 S
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC
R LOT 5 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLI
ED MAP# 35D

BLK C 06291-030R
595 R-i172900 5s1,
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
Si,-155.25 SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 6 ORB 164/489 CT FR Ci
E 8: MAP# 350D
A'C
A TITLE &l 06291-035R
+A, 24B 8: .596 R-1173000 .51
E TAX ROLL) TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES3 UNREC.
LOT 7 ORB 164/489 CT FR CI
5713.28 MAP# 350

6E 8: 06291-04OR
2 A, 2B9 597 R-1173100 21);
C ORB TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
TAD FR SURFSIDE .ESTATES, UNREC,
E TAX ROLL)-. LOT 8 ORB 164/506 CT FR CL
MAP# 350D
.5410.98 0629i-04SR
598 R-1173200 51i{
E8: 1 TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF,
2A," 24B SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
8: ORB LOT 9 ORB.164/489 CT FR CL
8. ORB .MAP# 35D
TAX ROLL) MAP 50
06291-OSOR
599 R-1173300 5S
51,842.73 TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
LENE D. SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC,.
E 8: BAYSI LOT 10 ORB 164/463 CT FR
493 190 CLERK .
FT AV MAP#35D
FR FL
E TAX ROLL) 06291-05ER
600 R-1173400 5S
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
51,357.28 SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
IE R LOT 11 ORB 164/463 CT FR CL
MAP# 350
RISE/
LFSIDE/ 06291-060R
FR 601 R-1173500 52
E TAX ROLL) TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 12 ORB 164/463 CT FR
5410.98 CLERK
MAP# 35D
8:
LOT 26 06291-065R
ORB 1*S/ 602 R-1173600 52
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 13 ORB 164/463 CT FR CL
MAP# 350D
$165.30
06291-070R
603 R-1173700 S1
TREASURE TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 14 ORB i64/463 CT FR CL
w VMi MAP# 350D


06291-075R
5165.30. 60* R-1173800 5197,1
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNREC.
LOT 15 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
-MAP# 35D

VII 06291-080R
605. R-ii73900 5236.0
$165.30 TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 16 ORB 164/463 CT FR
MEASURE CLERK
MAP# 350

11 06291-085R
606 R-l174000 S292.3
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
s16. 30 SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 17 ORB 164/463 CT FR
CLERK
MAP# 35D

0629i-090R
607 R-1174100 5348.6
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
S507.63 SURFSIDE ESTATESs UNREC.
LOT 18 ORB 16*/*63 CT FR
FRONT CLERK
S MAP# 35D
FROM 06291-09ER
608 R-1174200 S386.1
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES' UNREC.
829. ii LOT 19 ORB 16/4189 CT FR
CLERK
MAP# 35D
230'
99/ 06291-1OOR
93 609 R-1174300 51,019.6
< ROLL) TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATESi UNREC.
LOT 20' ORB 164/489 CT FR
1929.10 CLERK
E CO MAP 350D
ES. 06291-105R
610 R-1174400 1Si207.3
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNEC,
S329.86 LOT 21 ORB 'i/1500 CT FR
CLERK
MAP# 35D

06291-110R
611 R-174500 51)205.9!
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
S198 49 LOT 22 ORB 168/122 FR CLERK
RIES MAP# 350
R 064291-11SR
612 R-1174600 Si1019.6:
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES' UNREC.
LOT 23 ORB 168/122 FT FR
S199.49 CLERK
MAP# 35D

R 06291-120R .
613 R-1174700 $386.1.
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 2* ORB 16*/*63 CT FR
513.62 CLERK
W. MAP# 35D
06291-125R
ING 614 R-117BO0 S348464
6 FR, TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
ROLL) SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
LOT 25 ORB 164/463 CT FR
CLERK
399.66 MAP# 35D

LOT 06291-130R
615 R-1174900' S290.99
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
LK 1 SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
LOT 26 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
MAP# 35D.
i197.14.
06291-135R
61 RU-1175000 5234.6
-LERK TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 27 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
MAP# 35D
23*66 ,
06291-10R
617 R-1175100 5197.14
LERK TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 28 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
MAPV# 35D
290.99
06291-1t5R
618 R-1175200 5197.14
LERK TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 29 ORB 164/*63 CT FR CLERK
MAP# 35D
34*7.29
06291-i50R'
619 R-1175300 5236.01
LERK TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF,
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNRREC.
LOT 30 ORB 164/489 CT FR
CLERK
384.81 -MAP# 35D

,06291-155R
ERK 620 R-1175400 S290.99
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES; UNREC.
LOT 31 ORB 16*/*63 CT FR CLERK
018.26 MAP# 35D

06291-160R
LERK 621 R-1175500 5347.29
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
-LOT 32 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
20t.95 MAP# 32
06291-i65R
LERK 622 R-1175600 538*.81
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
LOT 33 ORB 16l/*63 CT FR CLERK
205.95 MAP# 350
06291-170R
LERK 623 R-1175700 5$1019.61
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNEC.
LOT 3* ORB 16*/189 CT FR
>18.26 CLERK
MAPt 35D

.ERK 06291-175R
62* R-1175800 5$1019.61
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC'.
)86.16 LOT 35 ORB 16*/189 CT FR
CLERK
MAPt 35D

06291-195R
625 R-1176000 51,366.8i1
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
147.29 LOT 39 ORB 168/122 CT FR
CLERK
MAP# 35D
ERK
06291-200R
626 R-1176100 51,366.81
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
:92134 SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC'.


LOT 40 ORB 168/122 CT FR
CLERK
MAP# 3SD

06291-205R
627 R-1176200 51,366.81
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
34.66 SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC..,
LOT 41 ORB 164/489 CT FR
CLERK
ERK MAP# 350D

06291-210R
628 R-1176300 $1i366.81
97.1 HIGHLAND TRUST
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC,
LOT 42 ORB 148/593-597 FR
ERK SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. INC:,
MAP# 30D


06291-215R
1L 629 R-1176400 $1,366.81
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 43 a 3A ORB 164/503 CT
PR CLERK
MAP# 35D
06291-220R
1 630 R-1176500 SI366.81
BELT LAND CORP.
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 44- ORB 148/558-562 fR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND INC.
MAP# 35D
06291-225R
i4 63) R-1176600 $1,365.46
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES) UNREC.
LOT 45 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
MAP# 35D

06291-230R
632 R-1176700 .s1i365.6
4 TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 46 ORB 164/463 CT FR CLERK
MAP#. 35D

06291-235R
633. R-1176800 51i366.81
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK OF
6 SURFSIDE ESTATES, UNREC,
LOT 47 ORB 16/4*63 CT FR
CLERK
MAP# 350
o6295-0ooR
634 R-1177700 5638.25
RAFFIELD DANNY L.
S '22 T 9 R 1t 196.23 FT BAY
1 FRONT) 503 FT DEPTH M/Li ALSO
SUBMERGED PARCEL TO BULKHEAD
LINE 2564.16 FT AV DEPTH ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06120-0o2R
635 R-11814O0 Si,232.10
GOWEN THOMAS B.
0 5 24 T 9 R 11 100.32 FT GULF
FRONT 538 FT DEPTH M/L BEING
LOT 2 ORB 83/799 FROM
COSTABELLA
MAP# 54D

06320-00R.
;36 R-1181500 $211.56
5 CROSS GRACE E.
S 24 T 9 R 11 50.18 FT LOT ON
CO RD 30; 170.28 FT DEPTH ORB
109/1044 FR CAPITAL COASTAL
CONTRACTORS) INC.
MAP# :54D

1 06320-025R
637 R-1182*00 Si335.89
MARTS THAYER M. ;
S24 T9 Rii 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)
6 06321-675R
638 R-5189300 4S293.69
OSWALD JAMES R
GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION
LOT 36 ORB 166/954 QC FR
PENN ENTERPRISES
MAP# 54D
BLK A

b632-00Q2R
639 R-1190800, 51)230.75
NEWMAN GEORGE S SR
S 24 T 9 R 11 1.24 AC M/L
100.02 FT GULF FRONT; 541 FT
DEPTH M/L ORB 172/332 FR CROSS
MAP* 54D
06345-052R
640, R-1195i110 Ll,79.88
CIALELLA EDWARD & ROSEANN M
S36 T8 R12 2.2 AC M/L 130'
GULF FRONTi 738.5' AV DEPTHi
ORB 173/901 FR COSTIN ET AL

06345-6S3R
641 R-S495120 $1?749.88
SALTZBURG MICHAEL C & WENDY W
S37 T9 R12 2.3 AC M/L 130'
GULF FRONT'. 740.5' AV DEPTH
ORB. 173/906 FR COSTIN ET AL

06345-05R
642 R-1195130 S2.-428.27
SUMMERS WALTER J AND
S36 T8 Ri2 2.9 AC M/L i80'
GULF FRONT 754.5' AV DEPTH
ORB 173/911 FR COSTIN ET AL
06345-075R
6*3 R-1195*00 $2,699.93
MALOY MIKE,
S 36 T 8 R 12 8.75 AC M/L
419.*6 FT BAY FRONT, 1837.8
2 FT AVG DEPTH ORB 1271711-
12 FR' GILMORE &' LESS .25 AC
'(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX-ROLL)

06345-076R
644 R-1195500 Sii003.86
SUMMERS JACK & MIKE MALOY
S 6 T 8 R12 ,25 AC M/L
100.0* 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)

063 5-08R
45 R-119t800 S575.20
MIKE MALOY ET AL
S 36 T 8 R 12 .85 AC M/L
75 FT BAY FRONTAGE; 509.85
.ORB 142/819-21 00 FR MALOY
ET AL
MAP# SD
.
.063*5-33*R
6*6 R-1201600 52'242.65
HAAS MARSHALL H. ET AL
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 3*
ORB 119/8*9 FR BARRIER DUNES
CORP.
MAPI E.A

063,5-337R
6 *7 R-1201900 S179.72
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
37 BEING PARCEL "G"
'ORB 198/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
,MAPI 5A
063*5-338R
6*8- R-1202000 $179.72
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
38 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 1*8/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
SMAP# 5A

063*5-339R
6*9 R-1202100 5179.72
SHIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
39 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 1*8/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
'MAP# 5A

063*5-3O0R
650 R-1202200 5179.72
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA


BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNTI NO.
*0 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB ti8/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# 5A
06135-347R
651 R-1202900 S179.72
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
47 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# 5A A

06345-348R
652 R-1203000 $179.72
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO,
8 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# BA


0634E-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# 5A.

06345-350R
65 R-1203200 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 5106,00
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 17 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "A"

06345-371R
656 R-1205300 5106.00
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT-18 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "A"

06345-372R
657 R-1205w00o S06.00
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT.19 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
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 581.37
ALLIED HOLDINGS PARTNERSHIP
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT ORB 1F*/192-i97
FR BARRIER DUNES DEV CORP,.
MAP# SA
PARCEL "B"
06345-383R
660 R-1206500 SS81.37
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 148/680-692
PR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "C"

06345-384R
661 'R-1206600 481.37
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 5 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "'"

06345-385R
662 R-1206700 S481.37
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGE-S OF BARRIER
-DUNES LOT I ORB 148/680-&92
FR FLOWERS
MAP# A '
PARCEL "D"

06345-386R
663 R-1206800 5$81.37
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC,
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 2 ORB 1'8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# ,A..
PARCEL "D"

06345-388R
66* R-1207000 S481.37
SAR HOLDINGS INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT ORB 162/396 FR
MATTINGLY
MAP# SA
PARCEL "D"

06345-389R
665 R-1207100 S+81.37
SAR HOLDINGS INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT S ORB 162/396 FR
MATTINGLY
MAP#' 5A
PARCEL "'D"

06345-392R
666 R-1207400 5481.37
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 8 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS

06345-394R
667 R-1207600 5481.37
RUDNICK JAMES N
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 10 ORB 1i5/632-633,
FR BARRIER DUNES DEV. CORP.
MAP# EA
PARCEL "D"

06345-395R
668 R-1207700 S481.37
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC'
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 11 ORB 1i8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAPt# A
PARCEL "D"

063*5-399R
669 R-1208100 5199.8*
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 1*8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "E"

06345-OOR
670 R-1208200 5199.8+
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 5 1O8/680-692 FR
FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "E"

063*5-4OIR
671 R-1208300 S199.84
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 6 ORB 48/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAPt EA
PARCEL "E"

0634L-E02R
672 R-1208400 S199,84
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 7 ORB 148/680-692


FR FLOWERS
MAP# SA
PARCEL "E"

06345-417R
673 R-1209900 5104,65
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 1 ORB 148/680
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "J"

06345-418R
674 R-1210000 510+.65
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 2 ORB 148/680
MAP# EA
PARCEL "J"


06345-419R
675 R-1210100 S104,65
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 3 ORB 148/680
MAPS SA ,
PARCEL "J"

06345-420R
676 R-1210200 S104.65
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 148/680
MAP# EA
PARCEL "J"

06345-421R
677 R-1210300 5104.65
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 5 ORB 148/680
MAP# SA
PARCEL "J"

06345-430R '
678 R-1211200. 51S654.04
MC INTOSH GEORGE C. -
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 130
ORB 122/287-88 FR BARRIER
DUNES DEV, CORP.
MAP# EA

06345-440R
679 R-1212200 5198.49
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES PARCEL "J" .341 AC M/L
ORB 148/680-692 FR FLOWERS
MAP# 5A

06345-q-41R
680 R-1212300 S198.49
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC,
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES PARCEL "G" .151 AC M/L
ORB 148/680-692 FR FLOWERS
MAP# A

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

06345-46ER
682 R-1213200 51,431.99
MC INTOSH GEORGE C' AS TRUSTEE
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 165
ORB 122/293-94 FR BARRIER
DUNES DEV. CORP. 8: ORB 140/934
-35 FR MC INTOSH
MAP# EA

06345-632R
683 R-1216300 51,662.42
ELLIS JAMES.L. 8: VIVIAN J.'
SEACLIFF UNIT 2 BLDG A
ORB 121/443-44 FR ALLIANCE
GROUP
MAP# EA

06345-63ER
684 R-12i6600 $1,662.4'2
GRANT JAMES W. & GRADY W,
SEACLIFF UNIT 5. BLDG A
ORB 116/370 FR ALLIANCE GRO
UP MAPS LA
BLDG A

0634E-638R
685 R-1216900 51 662.42
CUNNINGHeM GENE R
SEACLIFF UNIT 2 BLDG B
ORB 122/964-65 FR ALLIANCE
GROUP
MAP# 5A

063- -880R
686 R-1219400- S236.01
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
-S 25 T.8 R 12
F-13 SECLUDED DU. ES
ORB 148/680 FR FLOWERS
MAP# LA

06346-QO5R
687 R-i220i00 HX 5455.71
SUMMERS WALTER J & CHERYL W
S 36 T B R 12
LOT i SANDBAR BAY SUB, UNREC
ORB 166/77 CWD FR MALOY
MAP# ED

06346-035R
688 R-1220700 5195.62
MALOY MIKE
S 36 T 8 R 12
LOT 7 SANDBAR BAY SUBL. UNREC
ORB 153/854% C FR HANNON &
STUBBS
MAP# SD,

06346-04SR
689 R-1220800 5194.27
BELLE BELINDA FAYE
5 36 T 8 R 12
LOT 9 SANDBAR BAY SUB, UNREC
ORB 160/9484 A FR MALOY ET AL
MAP 5ED

06346-OSSR
690 R-i221000 5 S194.27
PEACOCK BILLY YON
S 36 T 8 R 12
LOT ii SANDBAR BAY SUB. UNREC
ORB 16i/'07 FR MALOY ET AL.
MAP# 5D

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)

063*9-115R
692 R-1226800 5203.59
KERBY MELVIN R. 8: 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)

06349-255R
693 R-1228300 5888.23
MC KNIGHT PAUL J. III
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3
PG 11 LOT 5 OF TRACT 5
ORB 134/708 FR COMBS
MAP# SD

06349-2568.
694 R-1228400 S186.30
CHESTER E. WINSTON 8: GAIL G.
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3
PG 11 LOT 6 OF TRACT E
ORB 134/905 FR COMBS
MAP# ED

06351-060R
695 R-1234800 5235.51
HARMON SUSAN 8: CRAIG
CAPE BREEZES BEING LOT 60 IN
AN UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION OF
LOT 2* ORB 119/274-275 FR
OUARLES III


(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06351-074R
696 R-1235900 HX S331.49
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# SA