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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 2, 1996
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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ARCHIVES BINDERY
1508 HWY 431-5
ALBERTVILLE AL 39950


THE


USPS 518-880

FIFTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 35


STAR


INDUSTRY DEEP WATER PORT FINE PEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 .THURSDAY, MAY2, 1996


Scenes From Movie New Job Board Organized

Filmed In Gulf Co.


Elementary School Students Are Extras


Spinoff of PI;GCCC Selected As


Administrative Entity


Students and parents at Port
St. Joe. Elementary School got an
opportunity to make their show
biz debut 'Tuesday afternoon
when a portion of Ulee's Gold was
filmed at the school.
Film crews spent several
hours. Tuesday preparing and
filming a one-minute segment of
the movie. Ulee Jackson, played '
by Peter Fonda. came to Port St.
Joe Elementary to pick up his
granddaughter Penny Jackson
(Vanessa Zima) and students and
parents served as extras on the
<|' set portraying the normal activi-
ties of school being dismissed at
the end of the day.
Ulee's Gold. written and
directed by Victor Nunez. is based
in Franklin County, but segments
of the movie are being filmed in
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka.
It's the story of Ulee Jackson,
an aging Vietnam veteran, alien-
ated from the world. Ulee works
hard in his bee apiary near the
tupelo marshes of the Florida
Panhandle, keeping bees.


With his only son in prison
and his wife dead, he is raising
his two granddaughters alone.
Trouble starts when two old
friends of his imprisoned son
show up. Ulee and his estranged
family rediscover one another and
are transformed, by the terrible
danger they are facing together.
Portions of the film depicting
bee keeping will be filmed in
Wewahltchka, but the majority is
being filmed in Apalachicola and
Carrabelle.
Home Improvements Patricia
Richardson. as Lonnie Hope. also
stars in the film, but was not
involved in Tuesday's filming.
Victor Nunez. recognized for
his understated, sensitive por-
traits of Florida characters, sets
Ulee's Gold in the lush tupelo
marshes found only in this part of
the world. Nunez said the scenes
are designed to portray the area
handsomely and favorably in a
film local residents can be proud
of.


The newly reorganized Job
and Education Partnership board
(JEP) met Tuesday evening in
Apalachicola and selected Gulf
Coast Community College as the
administrative entity, grant recip-
ient and fiscal agent for the three-

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county board.
The JEP board is a spinoff
from what was the Panhandle
Private Industry Couricil (PIC). As
mandated by executive order from
the governor's office, the eight
county PIC was split into two JEP

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Vanessa Zima (Penny Jackson), center of photo, takes a break be-
tween takes and retakes and retakes Tuesday.


boards. One consists of Bay,
Franklin and Gulf counties and
the, other is comprised of
Calhoun, Holmes, Liberty,
Jackson and Washington coun-
ties.
The governor realigned the.
state's work force tralnlig. educa-
tion, welfare.and placement bnet-
work Into what the executive
order calls "One-Stop Career
Centers", setting them up as ser-
vice delivery areas matching those
of the state's community colleges.
While suggesting that community
colleges across the state would be
a natural to administer the pro-
gram, he did not rule out letting
other entities do It.
Cutting bureaucracy follow-
ing substantial cutbacks by the
federal government (roughly half
of what had previously been fund-


ed), was the reason given for
streamlining the program. The
order states that currently Florida
has dozens of training programs,
managed by 10 agencies, creating
a variety of state and federal pro-
grams that have a patchwork of
boards, commissions, rules, and
regulations.
Ralph Rish (Gulf county) was
elected president of the local Gulf
Coast Work Force Development
Board during Tuesday's meeting.
Bob Swenk (Bay County) was
elected vice president and
Kristlan Anderson (Franklin
County) was selected as ysecre-

tar treasurer.
The tri-county board antici-
pates approximately $11 million
will be managed by them and Gulf
Coast Community College to
administer the various work force
programs over the coming year.


Mill To Resume Regular


Operations; Sale Approved

After a "cold" shut-down of a full four weeks, St. Joe Forest
Products' paper mill here in Port St. Joe, will resume full opera-
tons Monday morning.
Production was tentatively scheduled to resume Monday,
April 29, but market conditions and lack of paper storage facili-
ties made it necessary to extend the down time by an additional
week. Mill officials won't speculate on how long the mill may op-
erate under the present circumstances as the paper market all
over the nation remains "soft", a primary cause of the most re-
cent shut-down.

SALE OFFICIALLY APPROVED
During the Ume the mill has been idle, the Board of Direc-
-tors'-of St. -Paper Compaly- offlcfaiTy' vted last' Thihrsd~i "tiap-
prove the sale of the paper mill and box plants to a consortium
made up of Stone Container and 4M Corporation. The vote by
the Board of Directors was overwhelming in its approval of the
sale.


Peter Fonda (Ulee Jackson), left, talks over film procedures with
Director Victor Nunez during Tuesday's filming session.


"Deadheading" Is

Debated In Wewa
Public Hearing To Be Held
The Department of Environ-
mental Protection (DEP) an-
nounced the date for the public
hearing in Wewahltchka to dis-
cuss the'much debated Issue of
deadhead logging, commonly re-
ferred to as "deadheading"-a
term used to describe the practice
of removing sunken cypress logs
from submerged lands, in Cal-
houn County.
From 1933 to 1968, the trus-
tees of the Internal Improvement
Trust funds issued leases for the
recovery of deadheads based on a
per board/foot charge. However,
in 1974, based on environmental
damage concerns, permitting was
halted. The state currently holds
the opinion that sunken logs on a
state-owned property belong to
the State of Florida, and removal
by the public is prohibited.

DEP invites the public to
attend the hearing on Tuesday,
May 7 at 7 p.m., central time,
at the Wewahitchka Court-
house.


ar EstablishchAccess with beach driving was that no
Board Estab shes Beach cceslegal access point was estab-
lished, allowing entrance from the
Point for Vehicles on County Property highway tothat sectionofbeach.
0 r s on 0 rThe county commission,'fol-
Located Just North Of "Stump Hole" lowing DEP guidelines, estab-
lished- the access point on county
A beach access, point' has revise the St. Joseph Bay Estu- property. They have also vowed to
been established north of the marine Preserve Management Plan fight the management plan pro-
Stump Hole on St. Joseph to exclude beach driving on the posal to stop beach driving on
Peninsula. A recent proposal by peninsula got many county resi- that section of beach, issuing
the Florida Department of dents fired up. their support of legal beach dri-
Environmental Protection to One.of the DEP's complaints ving.


FAMU Joins WIG In Center Design

Ideas Presented For Inspection, Discussion At Public Meeting Friday Evening


Artists' Model Of Proposed Recreation Complex


Architects in training from
Florida A&M University presented
their ideas for a community cen-
ter to serve North Port St. Joe to
an appreciative audience last Fri-
day. The Washington Recreation
Center was the site of the presen-
tation of the student design se-
ries, conducted under the direc-
tion of Associate Professor Mike
Alfano. This design series consti-
tuted an entire semester project
by eleven graduate students in
the FAMU School of Architecture.
The Washington Improve-
ment Group is a grassroots com-
munity development organization
based in North Port St. Joe. Com-
munity members have banded to-
gether to improve life for everyone
in the community. A major goal of
the Washington Improvement
Group is to create a much needed


community center in North Port
St. Joe. This community center
will be based in the old Washing-
ton High School gymnasium.
Under Professor Alfano's di-
rection, the students first re-
searched community centers
around the nation, gathering in-
formation on the purposes and
Scope of these centers. Next, they
traveled to Port St. Joe on two
separate occasions to view the
site and to interview community
residents. Then, they let their
creative juices flow. With stu-
dents from around the globe in-
volved, the ideas were wide-
ranging and imaginative.
Jeanette Woldman, from Hol-
land, used a wave as her unifying
theme, finding the forward mov-
ing wave in pathways and fa-
cades. Mandela Diamini, of Swa-


ziland, Africa, concentrated on
axis of traffic flow and a memorial
path to honor past leaders.
Thomas Riley, from Cottondale,
was interested in providing space
and buildings to house everything
a community center could possi-
bly offer.
The other students were
James Bakanovic, Panama City;
Jorge Catalan, Miami; Andres
Enriquez, Miami; Orlando Harris,
Miami; Ismael Hernandez, Fort
Lauderdale; Sherril Jackson,
Freeport, Grand Bahama; Jose
Jaramillo, Call, Columbia; and
Donald Williams, Bronx, New
York.
The models and drawings
brought fresh ideas, unencum-
bered by what has been, to the
thought processes of the Wash-


ington Improvement Group Board
of Directors. In a meeting Satur-
day, everyone expressed amaze-
ment at the wealth of ideas and
creative design used by the stu-
dents. "We picked up some won-
derful ideas that we want to in-
corporate into our final designs,"
said Thaddus Russ, Vice Chair of
WIG. "I was impressed, and really
enjoyed seeing all of the different
approaches the students took,"
said Sally Jenkins, WIG Board
member.
The Washington Improve-
ment Group is in a good position
to take their next step, which is
to have a licensed architect create
the final design for the communi-
ty center. With the ideas provided
by the FAMU students, the only
problem will be selecting the best
of a number of great proposals.


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THE STAR

. PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 2,1996


Growing Trees

FICO FARMS SELL-OUT HAS brought an end to the dream
of farming operations in Gulf County's extensive wetlands. It's a
pity, because to us, that much land lying fallow seems to be
such a waste. Of course, it has always been valuable as wet-
lands. We need a certain amount of acres for that important
purpose, but why not let the land do double duty if it can?
People with that in mind have tried several different methods
of using the land while it was operating as wetlands, but none
have made money at their attempts; and that's what it takes to
make such operations successful.
MK RANCHES WERE the first to get in onithe "great experi-
ment" in the. Willis Swamp/Bay City areas. They cleared thiou-
sands of acres of hardwoods and planted pastures, soybeans,
rice and catfish in an attempt at having a profitable operation.
Rains and periodic lowland flooding drove these ventures out of
business. Nature was jealous of her wetlands.' ,
Then came the T. L. James Co. and their clearing, planting
and development operations in the Overstreet area. The James
Company, with operations which eventually stretched all the
way to Wewahitchka, was later sold or reorganized into the FICO
operation. FICO was diversified until they began to sell off their
lands some five of six years ago. They had cattle on the east side
of the Overstreet'Road and everything from cattle feed, to pea-
nuts, to soybeans, to blueberries, to pecans on the west side of
the road. They had quite an operation and seemed to be moving
right along.
Until the news came recently of their sale..
FICO plowed under their 500-plus acres of blueberries a year
or twp back. They recently gave up on their pecan production.
More recently they seemed to have given up on an agricultural
future for Gulf County.
THE GREAT EXPERIMENT for Gulfs "wasted" wetlands
seems destined to end iup right where it started: with a future
devoted to doing just what it has done for centuries.
Growing trees.
Gulf County's niche in Florida's history has always been in
the tree and naval stores business. It appears that any agricul-
tural future it is destined to have-at least in marketable quanti-
ties-is in growing pine trees. But that isn't so bad. The demand
for pine trees seems to be booming with the passing years.



Doing It Right

SFROM ALL APPEARANCES, everyone except the residents
who live there, are going to do alright from the summer olympics
in Atlanta this July. The City of Atlanta is going to make money
off the event, from all appearances, and the Braves are going to
realize a new stadium out of the deal.
Enough firms are "Official Supporters" of the games that At-
lanta will have nothing to do except sit back and say "We want.
a. and everybody seems to be standing ready and waiting to
fulfill every request.
Has there ever been a host for the Olympics which has taken
as much advantage from the event? Even Sarajevo didn't realize
as much,.monetary support. Or maybe they did and they're using
the money they made to pay for their un-chil war going on over
there now.
ATLANTA IS UTILIZING that old Yankee ingenuity at every
turn. Hats, T-shirts, billboards even a set of matched gold
coins which are selling at over a grand per set, are all being used
to tout the games. Atlanta just may insist on the games return-
ing there in four years "to take advantage of all these facilities
we have built here". Don't fault Atlanta over the situation. They:
were just astute enough to take advantage of a good thing.
The fact that Atlanta is the epitome of a southern city enters
into this picture, also. Way back when General Sherman was
knocking on the door of the hub of the south. It had a popula-
tion of only 15,000 citizens [according to the audio which accom-
panies the showing of the Cyclorama in that city]. Today, they
have taken advantage of their situation to attract well over a mil-
lion citizens. They are just still taking advantage of their situa-
tion: .-
ATLANTA IS MERELY DOING what even\ other city in the
United States is attempting to do. They are tooting their own6
horn very effectively and getting the desired results. We men-
tioned General Sherman and his little soiree through Georgia. It
_had a tremendous effect on Atlanta and the rest of Georgia, but "
we're not at all sure the effects were entirely detrimental. It
seems to have made the state determined to show the rest of the
world just how resilient they can be.


5


Hunker Down with Kes


LA


by Kesley Colbert


"f -y The Night I Stopped Kissing Old Clancy

little blue-eyed, blond-haired, big- wouldn't let me walk eleven summer camp. Listen, in
toothed teenager I fell in love with miles. scene she was looking an
In 1961. Course. if it is a dream. You talk about getting hit ing directly to me. My iI
*\ : it's not the first time Hayley has right between the eyes .... and forever changed. I saw less
Danced through my mind. and Gene. I now dreame
the heart........ distraught Hayley trapped
It could only have been a year gthe heart ... ... distraught Hayley trapped
IM t f he U k d t th Hiio nii k m mi n

Hayley Mills turned 50 last
week. Now, folks, I know you're
as young as you feel-age is rela-
tive-mind over matter-a stitch
in time ..... and all that, but
we're talking Hayley Mills here
Listen, to me, she's still Sharon
and Susan. Their mother lives in
Boston, their dad in California.
It's going to take a summer camp,
a hair cut, an understanding
granddad, a cross country flight,
a fiddle playing hired hand, a
hike in the woods with "Vicki", a
honey chasing bear and I don't
know what all else to get Brian
and Maureen back together. It's
cast in stone and frozen in time.
Pollyanna doesn't agel'
I know some old people-I
just never thought of me being:
one of them. Hayley can't be fifty!
She.is our youth. Our child star.
Our eternal spring .......
I must be dreaming I'm gon-
na wake up and she'll be the cute


Sor so ago when Leon bounced in
before supper and announced,
.."K. C., let's go to the picture
show." I was under no illusions.
Leon had no desire to take me to
a movie. He was old enough to
drive and looked for any reason
to "go into town". He correctly fig-
ured he'd have a better chance of
getting the car if he had an ac-
complice. We double teamed Mom
(hey, a picture show on a week
night was a rare treat) and she
gave in rather: easily. I don't be-
lieve either of us knew what was
playing...... t trnedt tUto be
one of the nicest things Leon ever,
did for me.
I saw "The Parent Trap" and'
Hayley Mills for the first time that
night. I also walked back to town
(I wasn't old enough to drive) the,
next night and saw 'em both
again. I would have gone back the
following day, but the dadgum
movie guy sent the reels on to
Huntingdon. ,and Mother


oslll a my move roes ,-
up to then had kissed the horse
and rode off into the sunset. Hop-
py, Roy and Gene might give a
passing nod and a song to the
pretty rancher's daughter, but
that was only a boring interlude
between the shoot-out and the
chase scene.
We didn't have a horse, but
we did have an old mule named
Clancy that Dad refused to get rid
of. We'd rush home in the late af-
ternoon after the Saturday double
feature and clean out the saloon.
save the old rancher's water
rights, beat up the thin-
mustached, black suited leader of
the pack, shoot twenty or thirty of
his men, give the town back to
the innocent bystanders, kiss old
Clancy and stroll up to the house
to see what Mom had for supper.


It never dawned on
could kiss the girl-until
first glimpse of Hayley


me you
I got my
at that


every
d talk-
fe was
of Roy:
d of a.-
in the:.
Swamn


qum.&cU'a c L Use nIIaecory Swa pJL
end of Jarrell Switch Bottom.'
She's about to go under when a:
strong, handsome, dashing,-:
young hero who "knows these:.
woods like the back of his hand"
swings down suddenly to rescue
the grateful damsel. 'Course,
there is one minor flaw-I
wouldn't be caught dead at that
end of Jarrell Switch! We had
dogs go in there and never come
out! Ricky Gene drove that black
and white 1957 Ford off the
bridge and It was never seen
again. Aren't dreams wonderful..
S. ... I saved her every time!
Charlotte Melton asked me to
the Sadie Hawkins Dance that
fall. I wouldn't go with her be-
cause she had black hair and
,brown eyes.
I told Mr. Milam I'd be in the
junior class play if he could get
.Hayley to take LaRenda ,Brad-"
(See KESLEY on Page 3)


,t *: cla National Guard. In 1908, they were dispatched to Pensacola
streetcar operators in that city. Four of the men are unidentified,
This group of adventuresome young men made up the 'Light- but the horseman to the right is the late Fred Maddox of Port St.
ning Squad" of the Mounted Patrol of Company 'L" of the Apalachi- Joe, father of Dave Maddox, also of this city.


They Hung "Old Pat" In The Senate Chamber TheOther Day


IT'S SATISFYING when a
friend of long-standing receives
special honors from such a pre-
stigious body as the Florida Sen-
ate. The Senate, the Governor
and the FAMU Marching 100
Band, all joined in to give former
Senate speaker Pat Thomas a
special ceremony on the occasion
of the hanging of his portrait 'in
the capital building.
The ceremony was performed
Wednesday. April 17, before the
Senate, many members of the
House and Thomas' entire family.
It was a nice and a fitting affair.
The portrait of Thomas was
painted by Ann Whitfield of Talla-
hassee. Whitfleld is a nationally
recognized artist who has painted
portraits of many famous Floridi-
ans.
I must say, she did old Pat up
right! She left off all the warts
and scars, cleaned up his com-
plexion and restored his foriner
full head of hair better than a
bottle of Rogaine could have
done.


Senator Pat Thomas
When you see the portrait of
old Pat hanging in the capitol
building along with all those oth-


er dignified former speakers of
the Seriate, it will make you
proud .to know such a distin-
guished gentleman.
Of course, you know that Pat
isn't "distinguished" didn't you?
He's just "Pat". What you see [in
person] is what you get. The Pat I
know takes 'advantage of every
opportunity to let what's left of
his hair down and sit, rear back,
take a chaw and talk about any-
thing you want to talk about.

I KNEW PAT back in the
50's, when we were printing the
Chattahochee News [now the
Twin-City News] here in The
SStar's printing plant. Pat was run-
ning for office then. The picture
he was running along with his
campaign showed him with the
full head of hair Ms. Whitfield
resurrected in her rendering, a
set of the most pearly white even
teeth you ever saw and a grin as
wide as his face..
He won his race.
Time has taken its toll on


SETA OIN SHRDLU


Pat, just as it has on all of us.
The difference is that Pat "frit-
tered" away his time serving
northwest Florida-mostly the
people who live in northwest Flor-
ida-in state government. Most of
the rest of us had our facade
erode while we served mostly our-
selves.
There were several years, in
the past two decades, when a less
determined or motivated person
would have "hung it up" and no-
body would have criticized his ac-
tion. You see Pat was ill; the kind
of illness most people give in to.
Some have even become invalids
by choice from such an incapaci-


By Wesley Ramsey


But hot Pat.
He stayed on the job, went to
his meetings and sessions in
spite of his pain and incapacities.
He never gave up or gave in. The
people of his considerable district
had elected him to do a good job
for them and he was determined
to do it; even if it killed him. It
nearly did!

FOR MANY YEARS, Pat was
a regular worshiper at Port St.
Joe's Easter Sunrise service. He
was more regular .than many of
our own citizens. That's one thing
which his illness caused him to
give in to. He curtailed his usual


visits here to the beach and our
sunrise services.
Pat is on the mend now; as
much on the mend as one can get
after what he has been through.
He has his "glow" back. The de-
sire is there to go full speed
ahead once more. I haven't seen
him in over'a year, so I don't
know if the physical ability is
keeping up with the desire or not.
That desire will make up for a
lot of lack of physical ability.

I DON'T BELIEVE the Senate
will make a more deserved or cor-
rect decision this year. Certainly,
they will be hard-pressed to find
a more deserving subject to heap
their praises and adulation upon.
A life-time of true service, in
sickness and in health, for richer
or poorer, should be enough to
recognize a man for. It's no acci-
dent that his public service
record has been described by the
marriage vows. He has, indeed,
been "married" to his elected
duty.


St. Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Time Ht.
May 3 10:51 a.m. H 1.4 8:51 p.m. L -0.2
'May 4 11:29 a.m. H 1.6 9:46 p.m. L -0.3
May 5 12:12 p.m. H 1.7 10:42 p.m. L -0.3
May 6 12:58 p.m. H 1.7 11:38 p.m. L -0.3
May 7 1:47 p.m. H 1.7
May 8 12:31 a.m. L -0.3 2:37 p.m. H 1.6
May 9 1:18 a.m. L -0.1 3:26 p.m. H 1.4
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1996 PAGE 3A


Appleman Seeks Fifth Term As 14th


Ai&.,%: Circuit State Attorney


Jim Appleman, State Attor-
ney for the Fourteenth Judicial
Circuit, announced this week
that he will be a candidate for a
fifth term in the office, which
serves Bay, Calhoun, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson and Washington
counties.
Appleman stated, 'We are
committed to providing the people
of this Circuit with the best legal
services available and assert the
rights of crime victims, witnesses,
and law enforcement throughout
the courts of this area. We will
continue to be deeply concerned
about conviction rates, proper
sentences for criminal defen-
dants, restitution to our crime
victims, and the wise expenditure
of your tax dollars."
Appleman says that in 1994,
the Fourteenth Judicial .Circuit


had the lowest crime rate in the
State of Florida and has had one
of the lowest crime rates for the
past ten years. He stated that the
ability to achieve this low crime
rate shows the cooperation be-
tween the State Attorney's Office
and local law enforcement'agen-
cies to ensure the safety of the
circuit's citizens.
Appleman noted that his
record shows a commitment to
reduction of the crime rates, in-
creasing conviction rates, restitu-
tion to crime victims, asserting
the rights of victims, witnesses
and law enforcement in the court-
rooms, and finally, the wise ex-
penditure of tax dollars. The
State Attorney stated these same
reasons will be the basis of his
re-election as Attorney for the
Fourteenth Circuit in September.


PSJPD Used Small Grant to


Get High Neighborhood Results

Foot Patrols and Community Friendship Reduce Crime


There was a time when drug
crimes were virtually unknown in
Port St. Joe, and arrests inside
the city reflected this. For in-
stance, as recently as 1992, there
were. only two drug-related ar-
rests in Port St. Joe for the year.
But things quickly changed until
in February 1995, there were over
60 arrests inside the city on drug
related charges.
The number of arrests reflect
that crime has never been a big
thing in Port St. Joe. One or two
arrests for a major crime per year
was about the norm until 1993,
when the number of arrests be-
gan to grow. Records show that in
1992, only 63 individuals were
arrested during the year. That av-
eraged just slightly more than
one a week. with those usually
being for burglaries, drunken-
ness, and like charges.
Then the drug trade was in-
troduced to the city and the ar-
rest picture drastically changed.
Along with the drug charges came
crimes historically linked with the
drug trade as a means of financ-
ing a habit. Arrests for assault
jumped from zero in both 1992
and 1993 to 20 in 1994.
TAKE CORRECTION STEPS
The city, through its police
( department, stated taking steps
to correct this situation.
Recognizing that the greater
number of arrests were originat-
ing in one section of the commu-
nity, the Police Department began
to seek the aid of different citi-
zens' groups in the community,
for help.-; .
But first, the Police Depart-
ment realized they, too, had an
accountability problem with the
area and they had to work on
that first.
Seeking grants to finance
their efforts, the police applied for
a $96,000 grant for this purpose
from the Department of Commu-
nity Affairs and an outsider's
evaluation of the situation from
Florida State University through
their Institute for Health and Hu-
man Services Research.
Their study resulted in the
suggestion of 10 points designed
to foster the citizens' trust and
strengthen the bonds of recogni-
tion between them and the citi-
zens which were affected three-
fourths of the time.
SIMPLE BUT EFFECTIVE
The recommendations from
the FSU survey were simple, but
have turned out to be very effec-
tive'in deterring crime and reduc-
Sing its incidence.
Gaining the trust and cooper-
ation of the citizens' groups and
offering high profile of their offi-
cers through the simple activity
of providing officers on foot patrol
in the area to make friends of the
citizens through personal contact
and discouraging street ^drug
sales and crime, has proven very
effective.
Crime and drug sales are still
present,' but their numbers have
been drastically diminished or
driven underground.
Another "tool" used to discou-
rage crime has been a joint effort
in cleaning up the neighborhood.
The number of private citizens
didn't respond in the numbers
promised, but the city has carried
out their end of the program to
tear down old dilapidated build-
ings and removing abandoned ve-
hicles, which served to remove
the drug dealing centers used for
cover.
FSU SURVEY TAKEN
FSU took a survey of the area
which had been pin-pointed for
the special activities and received
what they termed "tremendous
response". The people accepted
the overtures of recognition by
the policemen. They also said
they, felt the foot patrol officers
were very effective as a deterrent
of crime and getting known by


Western Auto Grand Opening
Chamber of Commerce representatives and a host of friends gathered around new Western Auto Store.
owners Mike and Sherrie Lynch to help celebrate their grand opening last Friday morning. They recently pur-
chased the store from David B. May, long time owner of the franchise, and have since refurbished much of
the store's display and gave it a,general facelift. They invite everyone to come by and check out the store.



USCG Defends Light Turn Off

Lists Maintenance Expense, No Maritime Use, As Reasons


Herman Jones, a supporter of
seeing the Cape, San Blas Light-
house remain in operation, has
written the Coast Guard Com-
mander for this area a letter, ex-
pressing his feelings on the deci-
sion to turn off the light. This'
week Captain C. T. Bohner of the
Mobile District, answered Jones'
letter, giving the Coast Guard's
reasons for discontinuing the,
light.
"It was primarily an opera-
tional decision and not simply an
economic one," Captain Bohner
said. The only economic factor
which has been considered isn't
the operational cost but the
Maintenance. 'We must program
tens of thousands of dollars per
year for service visits, repairs and
major structural rehabilitation,"
Captain Bohner pointed out in
his letter. He stated that even
though the structure may be
overhauled every' ten to fifteen
years, those costs are staggering.
This is especially so for older, his-
toric structures which require
special procedures to maintain
and preserve their historical char-
adter.
Chief Rlcbter pqs;es ,th Community Patrol Car.g purchased with grapt ...... .~Capain Bohner says .is- of-


the individual citizens they came
In contact with every day. A bond
of trust had been established, the
survey showed.
There were many other other
activities undertaken by the grant
program, such as a neighborhood
watch program, a citizen hot-line
was established with the police
department and several officers
became role models and coaches
for youth sporting activities. It all'
correlated into strengthening
bonds of trust between the police
department and citizens.
Police Chief Carl Richter paid
a special voice of praise to the in-
dividuals and the Concerned
Christian Society who have
worked so diligently in the pro-
gram. They have provided valua-
ble 'help in volunteering as men-
tors for youth, "big brothers" and
in the operation of positive meet-
ings in the neighborhood to publi-
cize what is going on.
Chief Richter said, 'This has
been one grant which has been
worth the money. The program is
carried on for four years with
each grant. You can bet we will
be applying for a second four
years, when this one is used upl"


Kesley
(From Page 2)
field's part.
As a senior, I had to drive
twenty miles to a neighboring
town to find a "date" with the
,right "credentials". Low and be-
hold, after going steady with her
for almost a year I found out she
was dyeing her hair!
In college, years later, the
very intelligent Disney folks re-
released "Parent Trap" and it was
showing in Nashville-I dropped
everything and cut a trail-it was
only a two and a half hour drive .

The best thing about VCR's is
I've got my own "Parent Trap"
now. And every time I watch it,
Hayley is fifteen-just like she's
supposed to be. The world is right
side up.
She can't be fifty! I still have
my dream-and Hayley is, still up
to her young, ageless, timeless
armpits in quicksand and I'm
braving Jarrell Switch Bottom ...
boy howdy, to this very day she
still gives me the same youthful
smile. A smile that will stop your
heart ,,,,,
Fifty!
Don't you believe that lie for a
second
Respectfully,
Kesley.


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fice has received no comments
from mariners, those people who
actually use the light for what it
was designed. "This reaffirms
our position that this particu-
lar light no longer serves a nav-
igational need," the Captain con-
tinued.
His letter indicated .the light
has already been turned off, with
no plans being considered to re-
light the navigational aid.
Captain Bohner said the
property will be turned over to
the General Services Administra-
tion for a decision as to what to
do with the property. The histori-
cal significance of the light must
be .thoroughly documented and
maintained. The Coast Guard
Commander states that whoever
ultimately gains control of the
property will be required to main-
tain its historic significance.
The commander said it may
be possible for Gulf County to ac-
quire the lighthouse and proper-
ty, or receive a lease for their use.
The letter reads like .the
Coast Guard has made up its
mind about the old lighthouse,
but that it is not being completely
abandoned.' Its historic sinifi--i -


chance is realized and is being
considered.


Dixie Youth Coaches
"Day of Baseball" Set
Port St. Joe Dixie Youth will
be sponsoring a "Day of Baseball"
featuring the talent of some of its
60 coaches on May 18th begin-
ning at 4:00 p.m., E.D.T., at the
Port St. Joe High School baseball
field. Plans include a double-
header showcasing many former
Shark alumni players on hand-
sure to be a great evening of
baseball! A small admission do-
nationi will be requested at the
gate. A concession stand will be
available throughout the event.
This year's coaches in the T-
Ball, Coach Pitch. Minor and Ma-
jor League divisions are asked to
please attend and play on behalf
of your team.
Funds from this event will be
used to support the first annual
Dixie Youth Banquet to be held at
the conclusion of the season. The
entire community Is encouraged
to attend, have a great' time, and
help support the.little league.
> --1.,


Harold L. Beyer
Director


eph T. Manning
Chairman


Jerome vv. o
Director


Margaret J, Bentz
Vice Chairwoman


Canyon -. nouser
Director'


Josepn E. oingletary
Secretary


Jane M. Stephens
Director


David W. Smith
Treasurer


NCUA

Member Eligibility Required


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PAGE 4A


AARP Chapter Adjourns Until Fall


The last meeting for this
spring will be on May 8 at 12:30
p.m., E.D.T., in the First United
Methodist Church in Port St. Joe.
It "will be a covered dish lunch
with the Chapter furnishing the
chicken. Members are asked to
bring a salad, vegetable, casserole
or dessert.
The program will be delivered
by Larry Wells titled, "Be Pre-
pared For Foul Weather", which
will include a slide presentation.
The chapter would like to ex-
tend its thanks again to Sherrie
Bowen for her program on activi-
ties at Bay St. Joseph Care Cen-
ter and Nadine Rea on her report
about the Bay Med Plus program
at Bay Medical Center.
The chapter recently became
a member of the Port St. Joe
Chamber of Commerce .and was
presented a plaque by J. Lee
McCroan, with Wayne Pate in at-
tendance.
Jerry Stokoe was given a do-
nation for the Stiles Brown Senior
Citizens and Community Center
building fund and a donation was
sent to the Andrus Foundation
for a scholarship fund.
The support group sponsored
by AARP is progressing. They now
have six members that have com-
pleted a training course and have

Historical Society
Meeting Scheduled
The St. Joseph" Historical So-
ciety will meet on Saturday, May
4 at 11:30 a.m. at the Episcopal
Parrish House In Apalachicola.
Members will have lunch at the
Parrish House :and, following a
short business meeting, will par-
ticipate in the "Annual Tour of
Historical Homes" for the after-
noon.
Since this is the final meeting
until September. all members are
encouraged to attend.


Grace Coffman-Al Smith
Announce Plans
Grace Coffman and Al Smith
are happy to. announce their
Forthcoming marriage on May 16.
The couple will exchange
wedding vows at the Treasure
Bay Lodge in Port St. Joe at 7:30
p.m.
Al is the son of Clara Miller of
Port St. Joe.
Grace is the daughter of Mary
Coffman of Gurley. Alabama and
Earl Holtzclaw of Haletown, Ten-
nessee.
All friends and family are in-
vited to attend.


received certificates. Watch for be welcomed by greeters, Ruth
the dates and places where ses- Dumas and Betty Pitts.
sions will be held. They call them- If you can't make the May
selves "LET'S TALK". meeting they hope to see you in
Three new faces who joined the fall-a lot of their members
the chapter this month were Elsie
and Martin Bowen and Tricia have already headed north-hope
Richards. They hope to see these they don't beat the snow geese
and others at the May meeting to home!t


Wewahitchka Women'sClub


Closes Season
Ruth Hall will be installed as
president of the Wewahitchka
Women's Club at the club's end-
of-year banquet to be held at 6:00
p.m., C.D.T, on May 7, at the
Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative in
Wewahitchka. Joining Ruth for
the 1996-98 administration will
be Bunny Mahler, first vice presi-
dent; Ann Suber, second vice
president; Tweeta Gaskin, secre-
tary; and Ferald Greer, treasurer.
For the past two months,
club members have enjoyed inter-
esting presentations by Frank
McKeithen, Gulf County's "work-
ing sheriff' and Tom Wynn, pub-
lisher of the Wewd News.
SAt the March meeting, Sheriff
McKeithen briefly relvewed his 23
years, in law enforcement and the
many accomplishments of the
Sheriffs Department during the
present administration. Sheriff
McKeithen's presentation also in-
cluded information on domestic
violence, child abuse, drugs in
schools, and crime in, general
within the county.
The program for the April
meeting was on conservation.
Tom Wynn, guest speaker, gave
each member an information
sheet on money-saving tips for
the home. These tips included
leaking pipes, which left unat-
tended could cost much more

Apalachicola Chapter
#826 UDC Held Meeting
Apalachicola Chapter #826
United Daughters of the Confed-
eracy met at the Gibson Inn in
Apalachicola on Thursday, April
25. Present were the following
members and guests: Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Strang, Betty Lewis, Day
McGee, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dye,
Mr. anrd Mrs. W. T. Weathington,
Emily Simmons, Harold Beyer,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Moore, Mrs. Gerald Sto-
koe, Ida Ethel Brown, Patja Story,
and Jane Forester.
The meeting was called to or-
der by the president, Elizabeth
Strang. Mrs. Strang also led the
invocation, ritual, pledge and flag
salutes.
The first order of business
was the election of new officers
and the results were: Elizabeth
Strang. President; Sue Weathing-
ton, Vice President; Elizabeth
Strang, Treasurer; Elizabeth Sto-
koe. Secretary; Jean Heathcock.
Registrar; and Flo Dye. Chaplain.
New business discussed was
the Membership Tea to be held at
the home of Day McGee of Apa-
lachicola, assisted by Ann Allen.
After the meeting was ad-
journed, members and guests vis-
ited the Chestnut and Magnolia
Cemeteries In Apalachicola. the
Carrabelle Cemetery, and the
Roberts and Jehu cemeteries in
Wewahltchka, placing approxi-
mately 200 flags commemorating
Confederate and Federal soldiers.


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With Banquet
than the repair bills to have them
fixed; and use of a dishwasher
and washing machine only for full
loads. The information sheet also
contained electricity-saving ideas
and ways to cut gasoline. As Tom,
Said, 'We all can conserve our re-
sources and save money at the
same time."
Club events during the
month of April included an Easter.
luncheon for the local senior citi-
zens at their facility in Wewa-
hitchka. Club members prepared.
and served a variety of casseroles,
salads, sandwiches and desserts.

May Day Festival
The Association for Commu-
nity Action will sponsor the annu-
al "May Day" festival on Saturday,'
May 4th. The festival will begin.
with the traditional plaiting of the
May Pole by area youth. This ac-,
tivity will take place at the corner:
of Avenue C and Martin Luther.
King. Blvd. at 10:00 a.m. All oth-
er activities will be held at the
Washington Recreation Center
and David W. Jones Gym. The
day's events will consist of track
and field events, food, entertain-
ment, and ,a coronation and
crowning of the May Day queen.
Everyone is invited to come out
and take an active part in the
community activity. Call 229-
6624 for further information on
how to participate.

Garden Club's
Last Meeting
Port ,St. Joe Garden Club
members will have their last
meeting of the 1996 year Thurs-
day, May 9 with a pot luck lunch-
eon at the center on 8th St.
The meeting is scheduled to'
begin at 12:30 with the luncheon'
following with installation of new
officers by Mrs. Ralph Nance.,
Those to be installed will be:-
President-Jean McClamma, Vice -
President-Era Danlell, 2nd Vice-.
Betty Lewis, Secretary-Mary Be-
lin, and Treasurer-Bunny Miller.
Members are asked to attend.
.and bring a guest.

Class of 1976
If you are planning to attend.
the reunion activities for the Port
St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School Class'
of 1976 you must respond with
your wishes as soon as possible
to Karen Borden, 116 Westcott
SCircle, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
The reunion is scheduled to
take place on June 14th and
15th. -:


To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.
Stringfellow of Wewahitchka have
announced the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter Melissa Carol Stringfel-
low, to Larry Riley Owens Jr., son
of Mr.. and Mrs. Larry Riley Ow-
ens of Wewahitchka.
The bridge-elect is a 1995
graduate of Wewahitchka High
School. She is employed by After-
thoughts.
Her fiance is a 1993 graduate
of Wewahitchka High School. He
is employed by Corrections Cor-
poration of America as a correc-
tional officer.
A June 1 wedding is planned
for 6 p.m. at the Worship Center
Church In Wewahitchka with a
reception following in the fellow-
ship hall. All friends and relatives
are invited to attend.


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Brittany Nicolb- King ..

Announce Birth
Timothy and Heather King
are announcing the birth of their
sister. Brittany Nicole King, on
March 18th who weighed in at 7
lbs, 5,4 ounces.
Brittany's proud parents are
Tommy and Diane King of High-
land View. Her grandparents are
Robert and Rose King and John-
ny Burrows.

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Guidance Clinic Observes


Mental Health Month-May


Gulf County Guidance Clinic,
Inc. has joined thousands of or-
ganizations across the country to
recognize Mental Health Month,
an annual May celebration of the
mental health care movement.
"Mental Health Month pro-
vides us with a wonderful oppor-
tunity to share our success sto-
ries with the community," said
Edwin R. Ailes, Executive Direc-
tor. "We help people make dra-
matic changes in their lives every
day. Mental Health Month is a
time to celebrate past accom-
plishments and set new goals for
the future."
In recognition of Mental
Health Month, Gulf County Guid-
ance Clinic, Inc. would like to
make the public more aware of
mental health issues. 'This is a
time for the entire community to
come together in support of the
availability of mental health ser-
vices," said Alles. "Nearly one in
two of us will experience a mental
health disorder at some point in
our lives. Mental wellness is eve-
ryone's business, and I invite all
residents of Gulf and Franklin
Counties to observe May as Men-
tal Health Month."
Mental Health Month, a cori-
gressionally recognized obser-
vance, was first celebrated as
Mental Health Week in 1949. In
the late 1960's. the National Ob-
servance was expanded to Mental
Health Month in an effort to bring
even greater attention to the ac-
tivities and services of the mental
health care movement. Today, the
Gulf County Guidance Clinic Inc.


joins the National Community
Mental Health Care Council and
thousands of community behav-
ioral health care organizations in
celebration of' Mental Health
Month.
Gulf County Guidance Clinic,
Inc. has provided counseling and
mental health treatment services
in our area for nearly 30 years.
The Guidance Clinic provides ser-
vices for individuals experiencing
difficulties ranging from everyday
adjustment concerns to severe-
emotional illnesses. Child, adult
and family services are provided.
by skilled mental health profes-
sionals. For more information
about mental health concerns or
about treatment services availa-
ble through the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc. please call
227-1145.

Olde Time Soda
Fountain Now Open
Come up to the counter, sit
on a stool and order up your fa-
vorite hand dipped ice cream-
treat. Whether is be a banana
split,' your favorite sundae or
milkshake, you are sure to enjoy
your visit to the newly installed
soda fountain at Julie's on Reid.
Open Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. to
9 p.m. and Saturday 11:30 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Sandwiches and snacks
also-so come on down to 222
Reid Avenue and enjoy. Also, you
doii't want to miss the Sunday
Feast from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.!
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New Beach Side Bar Open
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Sunday Friday 3 p.m. to Close
Saturday 9 a.m. to close
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WIC Issues New Income Guidelines


The Department of Health
and Human Services has released
the new poverty income guideline
which are based on the increases
in the Consumer Price Index.
These guidelines were published
in the Federal Register on March
4, 1995. They are used to deter-
mine income eligibility for the
WIC program at the time of certi-
fication or recertification. The lo-.
cal WIC offices will begin using
the guideline effective May 1.
If you have children under
age 5 or a new baby on the way
then you may be interested in
this Federal Nutrition Program of-
fered here in Gulf County. The
program is WIC: The Special Food
and Nutrition Education Program
for Women, Infants, and Chil-
dren.
WIC supplies foods for chil-
dren before they enter school and
become eligible for the free or re-
duced school breakfast and lunch
program. WIC, also serves preg-
nant, postpartum and breast-
feeding women.
WIC provides a food package
tailored to meet the nutritional
needs of the population it serves.
Foods available include: milk,
cheese, juice, cereal, eggs, tuna,


carrots, peanut butter or dried
beans or peas. Foods provided
are based upon nutritional need
of the client.
WIC benefits both mother
and child. Pregnant women en-
rolled in WIC have healthier ba-
bies at birth. Children on WIC
have less anemia which means
they will learn better in school.
The general public benefits since
very $1.00 invested saves $4.35
in special education and Medicaid
costs.
Eligibility for WIC is based on
The Income Guidelines are listed bel
Family size Weekly Biwe
1 $276 $5
2 369 7
3 462 9
4 555 1,1
5 649 1,2
6 742 1,4
/ 7 835 1,6
8 928 1.8.


Additional
person


1,


income and nutritional needs. In-
come guidelines are very gener-
ous and they vary according to
the number of persons in the
family. Nutritional risk is deter-
mined by obtaining height, weight,
and hemoglobin and health stat-
us for the person applying for the
program. Persons receiving other
assistance programs are also eli-
gible for the WIC program.
If you are interested in learn-
ing about this beneficial program,
please call the Gulf County WIC
program at 227-7231.


weekly
51
38
24
10
97
83
70
56
87


Monthly
$1,194
1.598:
1,002
2,405
2,809
3,213
3,617
4,021
404


Middle School Honor I


Principal Chris Earley of Port


In the photo above, Maureen Mattison (eft) and Tonya Lemons
(right) of NHC HomeCare present Jerry Stokoe, as a donation to the
Senior Citizens Association building fund, a $250.81 check repre-
senting the proceeds of a yard sale and raffle their employees held
on April 29th. They appreciate the community support of the project.


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vice recommends that all women
of childbearing age should double
their daily intake of folic acid, a B
vitamin, to, help prevent, neural
tube defects. Sources of folic acid
can be found in vegetables such
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citrus fruits such as oranges,
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St. Joe Middle School li
announce the names o
who earned placemen
honor rolls for the fifth
grading period.
/ Students who earn
were as follows:
Seventh grade -Bon
Stephanie Blackmon,
Capps, Nick Comforter
Craig, Amber Davis
McDowell. Karissa Thor
ua Todd, and Tanya Var
Eighth grade -Erica
redo Ginn. Lacey John
Smallwood. Nichole Si
Lea Todd.
Students who earn
and B's were as follows:
Seventh grade -Kr
rams, Ben Ashcraft. Bi
kett, Misty Butler, Matt
well, Amber Daniels. An
Becki Earley. Matt Ho
maine Lewis, Angela
Joshua McDonald. Sus
na. Sarah Mize, Jess
Jennifer Patterson, Ke
Andy Shoaf, Belle Shur
sica Slate. Holly Stew
SVoltz, Jarrod Weste
White, Leslie White,
liams. and Travis Wright
Eighth grade -Eliza
Slew, Kylene Butler, Ali
tie, Connie Combs, Kel
ley, Brandon Davis.
Douds, Lakeythl Filmo
SGainous. Melissa'Hatcl
Jeffcoat. Megan Johns
dice Kennedy. Justn K
Knox, Ricky Lambers4
Lanford. Amanda M
Joshua McCulley, Tem
Brett Parker, KimberlI
Rachel Perrin, Craig
Rocky Salzer, Alicia
Rena Seymour. Ashley
SRyan Stephens. Jessica
ingen. Rachel Watson,
SWoodman.


Annually
$14,31
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,.FW Honors Volunteers


VFW Honors Volunteers


liams, Jeri Noble, Sherry McDow-
ell, George Kilbourn, George
Coody, Ken Murphy and Frank
Donahoo. Honorees not available
for the photo were Francis Bax-
ter, Elmo Aylmer and John
Burke.


AY, MAY 2, 1996 PAGE 5A


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It In The Star


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Unil SaiLe Director
227-6611
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12,1 03 John C. Gainous VFW Post
24,013 #10069 and the Ladies Auxiliary
28,860 had a very successful Loyalty Day
33707 and National Volunteer Day on
38,554 Saturday. April 27th.
43,401
48,248 Ginny Seefeldt, Community'
Activities Chairman for the Auxil-
4,847 iary would like to thank partici-
pants: Gulf County ,Sheriff
McKeithen; Port St. Joe Police De-
?l apartment Lt. James Hersey; Rev.
l Zedoc Baxter of First United
Methodist Church of Port St. Joe;
s proud to featured speaker, Commander
s prostuden to McLeod from the NJROTC pro-
ft on the gram at Port St. Joe and Wewa-
six weeks hitchka High Schools: the honor-
ees; friends, in the community;
and post members for, attending
led all A's and making it such a nice pro-
gram.
nie Belii, :. Honorees at the gathering
James pictured ,above are, kneeling.
. Jennifer from left, Donna Haddock, and
, Angela Judy and Harry Paul. Standing.
nas, Josh- left to right in the rear, are Tonya
mnum. Nixon. Tamara Laine. Bo Wil-
Alles, La-
son. Clay rainbow Visits At
mlth, and
ed a, Health Departments
ed l A's"X
"Walnbow" the Clown was a%
ristin Ab- special guest at the Port St. Joe
ucky Bur- and Wewahltchka Health Depart-
thew Cas- nments in celebration of "National
ber Dion. Infant Immunizations Week'. The
well. "Tre- children were excited to see
Martinez, "Wainbow", even though their v1s-
san Medi- it with the nurse was less excit-
slca Pate. Ing. Over 100 children between
vin Price. the ages of two months and five.
rum. Jes- years received immunizations.
rart, Amy Special thanks to: The Petal
r, Adam Shoppe, Hardees, Wewa Dixie
Seth Wil- Dandy. Rich's I.G.A in Wewa and
t. the Jr. Food Mart for their dorla-
tbeth Bel- Uon of special treats for the chil-
cia Chris- dren; to The Star for advertise-
vin Cono- ment; and to "Walnbow" for his
Jennifer special appearance.
ore. John Let's continue to keep Gulf"
her, Brett County above the national per-
5on. Can- centage for immunizations being
lent. Brad complete.
on. Julie
arquardt, Better Bodies
ika Pace. BetterBodies
y Parker, On April 10 the BBC diet
Phillips, group met at Beach Baptist So-
Sanders, clal Hall. Weighing took place
Stephens, from 5:00 to 5:45 p.m.
Vanswer- The BBC diet group would
and Joy like to extend an invitation to
anyone wishing to lose weight.


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Faith Christian Names Honor Students


S Fred Goebert, principal of
Faith Christian School would like
to announce the names of stu-
dents on the honor rolls for the
fifth six weeks grading period.
Students who earned all A's
were as follows:
First grade-Jennifer John-
son and Jason Price.
Second grade-Kelly Geo-
ghagan. Michael Griffin, Zachary
Norris, Ashlyn Parker and Mi-
chelle Perrin. ,
Third grade-Audrey Cobb,
Heather Henderson, Laura Seay
and Mark Vinson.
S Fourth grade-Rachel Bixler,
Lyndsey Hill and Ashley Smith.
Sixth grade-Renee Vinson.
Tenth grade--Amanda Haney.
Students who earned all A's
and B's were as follows:
First grade-Sarah .Allen,


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Hwy. 98 and 42nd St. Mexico Beach
Call In Orders Welcomed 648-5622
HOURS:
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1rofaster Chicken
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potatoes and biscuits.


Jimmy Curry, Warren Floyd, Ar-
senlo Sanders and James White.
Second grade-Heather Lee.
Third grade-Karl Dykes,
Justin McCroan, Sarah Montgom-
ery, Jeffrey Pitts. Amy Sasnett
and Kayla Wiley.
Fourth grade-Brandon Stilt
and Jenna Teat.
Fifth grade-Katie Geoghag-
an, Andrew Penrrn, Christopher
Perrin and Aaron Watson.
Sixth grade-John-Patrick
Floyd and Rachel Geoghagan.
Seventh grade-Chad Goe-
bert, Rebekah Peterson and Jes-
sica Tarpley.
Twelfth grade-Christina
Egler and Amy Goebert.


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Drug Arrests In Wewa


The photo above was taken at a luncheon celebration at Julie's On
Reid in Port St. Joe honoring Erma Creel on the occasion of her 82nd
birthday recently. Before her retirement from St. Joseph Telephone
Company, she was a Chief Operator who among other things was re-
sponsible for the training of each of the ladies in attendance. They
are, from left encircling the table, Sue Phillips, Linda Griffin, Linda
Wood, Catherine Adams, Margaret Fletcher. Erma Creel (the honoree),
Carol Young, Ima Jean White, Carrie Johnson, Ann Ballard, Dottie
White, Susie White, and Pauline Pendarvis.


An undercover operation,
dealing with the distribution of
crack cocaine, successfully ended
Friday night after Sheriffs depu-
ties raided a Wewahitchka resi-
dence.
Deputies had been conduct-
ing the operation for approxi-
mately two weeks after informa-
tion was developed that drugs
were being sold from the resi-
dence of Ray Myers and Terry
Pippin. Undercover officers made
three purchases of crack cocaine
from the residence.
Friday night around midnight
deputies served a search warrant
on the residence, which was lo-
cated off Highway 22-A, near
Race Track Drive.
Ray Myers was arrested and
charged with three counts of the
sale of crack cocaine and Pippin:
was charged with possession of:
marijuana.
During Friday night's investi-


gation two Fountain subjects
were also arrested after they
showed up at the Myers residence
to purchase crack. Charged with
purchase of crack cocaine and re-
sisting arrest were Larry and Te-
resa Gaudette.
Sheriff McKeithen added he
will continue to aggressively com-
bat the drug situation in the
county. The sheriff also stated
more arrests are pending.



Cub Scout To

Hold Day Camp
All Tiger, Bears, and Webolo
scouts are eligible to attend day
camp in LynA Haven the week of
June 17th. Any parents interest-
ed in forming a car pool to trans-
port scouts please contact Cathy
Cox at 227-7559. Boys registra-
tion must be in by May 17th.


Public Notices


INTHE CIRCUIT COU
14TH JUDICIAL CIRCU
FOR GULF COUNTY. F1
CASE NO. 96-44
NOTICE OF ACTION
BANKERS TRUST (COMPANY) AS TRUSI
FORTHE RURAL HOUSING TRUST 1987
Plaintiff.
vs.
GERALD G. DYKES, et ux., et al.,
Defendantss.
TO:
JOYCE DYKES. if alive, and/or
(their) unknown heirs, devise
or grantees and all persons
claiming by, through, under c
him (them).
Residence unknown.
Unknown directors and o
ALLSTATE ENTERPRISES. INC
NOVAS SERVICE. INC.. a Corpo
heirs. devisees, legatees or gr
all persons or parnes clal
through under or against them
Residence unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
foreclosure of a mortgage on the following
in GULF County. Florida
S WEST SO FEET OF LOTS 15 AN
BLOCK D. LAKESIDE. SUBDIV
WEWAHrICHKA, FLORIDA. ACCOI
TO THE OFFICIAL PLAT THERE
FILE- IN THE OFFICE OF THE CI
COURT CLERK OF GULF CO
FLORIDA
has been filed against you and you are r
serve a copy of your written defenses, if
on SPEAR AND HOFFMAN, PA. Attorn
address is 708 South Dixie Highway, Cot
Florida 33146. (305) 666-2299. within
after the first publication of the noti
or before 19th day of May. 1996, and
original with the Clerk of this Court ell
service on SPEAR ANT)D HOFFMAN, P.A,
or immediately thereafter: otherwise a d
be entered against you for the relief den
the Complaint orPetition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
this 3rd day of April 1996.
Benny C. Lster
As Clerk of the Court
By /s/ C. Bridges
As Deputy Clerk
4tc, April 18 and 25 and May 2 and 9,; 1


" OF THE
Tr IN AND
LORIDA

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S. legatees
or parties


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
J. B. JINKS; and BEN REDDING, Trustee
Plaintiff,
vs. CASE NO: 93-276
KATHLEEN T. FAILE; ELMER LEE
FAILE, SR., a/k/a ELMER FAILE; J.
N. FAILED and wife, VERTIE LEE FAILED
and JOHN D. BRYANT and wife,
ESSIE V. BRYANT, including the heirs'
and devisees, successors and assigns,
whether known or unknown, alive or
deceased,
Defendants.


or against NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: KATHLEENT. FAILE; ELMER LEE FAILE, SR.,
Sa/k/a ELMER FAILE; J. N. FAILED and wife,
ficers of VERTIE LEE FAILE and JOHN D. BRYANT
C. n/k/a/ and wife. ESSIE V. BRYANT, If living and, if
oration, its deceased, any known party who may claim as
.ntees and heir, devisee, granted, assignee, lienor,
ming by, creditor, trustee, or other claimant, by,
through, under or against him; any unknown
paity who may claith as heir, devisee, grantee,
Action for assignee, lienor. creditor, trustee or other
Igproperty claimant, by, through, under or against
KATHLEENT. FAIE; ELMER LEE FAIE, SR.,
4D 16. a/k/a ELMER FAILE; J. N. FAILE and wife.
SION. VERTIE LEE FAILED and JOHN D: BRYANT
RDING and wife, ESSIE V. BRYANT, all parties having
)F ON or claiming to:have any right, title or interest
RCUI in the following described property, situate,
UNY, lying andbeingin Gulf County, Florida, towit:
Beginning at the Southeast corner of the
Southwest comer of the .Southwest
Iquired to Quarter of Section 13, Township 4 South.
fany, to it Range 10 West. then run North 35 chains.
eys,whose then run West 3.5 chains, then run South
ral Gables, 8 chains to the Southeast comer of W. C;
S30 days Whaley Blue Gator tract, thence run
ce and on South 8 chains thence run West 550 feet.
to file the thence run South 365 feet for the point o"
her before beginning thence run South 100 feet.
attorneys thence run West 200 feet, thence run
default will. North 100 feet, thence runr East 200 feet
handed in to the point of beginning in Section 13.
Township 4 South, Range 10 West; this lot
i Court on is faced on the East and North by a 20 foot
street; this deed conveys one (1) cabin now
on said lot and includes riparian rights
(the "Property")
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
to Quiet Title, and for such additional relief in said
96. action concerning the Property has been fled
against you, and you are required'to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it on Plaintiffs
attorney. Shern L Denton. Esq., Burke & Blue,
P- A., whose -addre is Post Offce Box 70, 221
McKenzie Avenue. Panama City. Florida 32402, on
or before May 27, 1996. and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or Immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on
this 22nd day ofApril, 1996.
BENNY C. LISTER, CLERK. CIRCUIT
COURT, GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By; // C. Bridges, As Deputy Clerk
SherriL. Denton
Flonda Bar 0699136
Burke & Blue, P.A.
221 McKenzie Avenue
Post Office Box 70
S Panama City Florida 32402
(904) 769-1414
4tc. April 25. May 2, 9 and 16. 1996
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
Bid No. 9596-28
The Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
Coimty, Florida, will receive sealed bids from any
qualified person, company or corporation
interested In conr-ucting the following project.
WHITE CITT PARK
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Plans and specifications, can be obtained at
Preble-Rish, inc., 402 Reid Avenue, Port St Joe,
Florida 32456, (904) 227-7200. The bid must
conform to Section 287.133(3) Florida Statutes, on
public entity crimes
Completion date for this project will be 60 days
from the date of the Notice to Proceed presented to
the successful bidder.
SLiquidated damages for failure to complete the
project on the specified date will be set at $100 00
per day. -,
Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid Is for.
,' Bids will be received until 5:00 p.m., Eastern
Time, on May 14, 1996, at the Gulf County Clerk's
S Office, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456, and will be opened and read aloud on May
14, 1996, at 6:05,p m Eastern Time. The Board
reserves the right to reject any and all bids
Cost for Plans and Specifications will, be $50.00
per set and is non-refundable. Checks should be
made payable to PREBLE-RISH, INC.
2tc, April 25 and May 2, 1996

NOTICE TO REdEIVE SEALED BIDS
Bid No. 9596-29
'The Board of: County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, will receive sealed bids from any
person, company, or corporation interested in
providing to Gulf County the following:
DENTAL INSURANCE
Additional Specifications can be obtained from the
Gulf County Chief Administrators office (904)
229-6111 or 1000 5th Street, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456.
MNI. Delivery date must be specified.
,,r i. Liquidated damages for failure to deliver unit on
specified date will be set at $25.00 per day.
Please indicate on the envelope that 'this is a
SEALED BID, the BID NUMBER and what the BID
is for.
Bids will be received until 5:00 o'clock, p.m.,
E.D.T., May 14, 1996, at the Office of the Clerk of
H re& Citcult Court, Gulf County Courthouse, 1000 Fifth
S Street, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all
bids:
*'All BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
it GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ Billy E. Traylor
1 Z2 Chairman
2tc, May 2 and 9, 1996.


NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION
ABANDONING ROAD
NOTICE Is hereby given pursuant to Section
336.10 Florida Statutes, that the Board of County:
Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida, at Its
regular meeting on the 23rd day of April, 1996 at
6:00 p.m., E.D.T. after duly advertised notice of
hearing on said matter, has closed, vacated, and'
abandoned the interest of the public in the
following described road:
That portion of the street known as ,
Bream Street, lying between Deer
Avenue and Squirrel Avenue, Howard's
Creek Oulf County, Florida.
Notice hereof shall be published one (1) time
within thirty (30) days from the adoption of the
Resolution abandoning said road.
GULF COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
/s/ Billy E. Traylor, Chairman
/s/ Benny C. Lister, Clerk
Itc, May 2, 1996.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF


WILSON DAVID ANDREWS,
Deceased.


PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 95-50
Division ___


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of WILSON
DAVID ANDREWS. deceased, File Number 95-50,
is pending in the Circut Court for Gulf County;
Florida Probate Division, the address of which is
1000 Fifth Stret, Port St Joe; Florida 32456. The
names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT: .
All persons on whom this notice is served
who have obJections that challenge the validity of
the will, the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdiction of this Coun
are required to fie their objections with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM..,:
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is
served within three months after the date of the
first publication of this notice must fle their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRT'rlf,
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF'SERVICE OFA COPI ,
OFTHIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or demands against the
decedent's estate must file their claims with this"
Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE'
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
8O FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is May 2, 1996.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Scott E. Gwarmey. FBN 0897558
Conner & Associates
P. O. Box 11187
Tallahassee, FL 32302-3187
Telephone: (904) 681-9550
Florida Bar No.: 0897558
Personal Representatlve:
" JoAnn E Andrews
Route 2, Box 1400
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
2tc, May 2 and 9, 1996.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: The Estate of CASE NO.: 96-23'
Probate Division
LEOLA S. JONES.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate.of LEOLA S,
JONES, deceased, File Number 96-23-CP, is.
pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is
Gulf County Courthouse, 1000 Fifth Street, Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456. The names and addresses,
of the personal representative and the personal'
representative's attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED' PERSONS ,ARE NOTICED1
THAT:
All persons on whom this notice is'served
who have objections that challenge the, validity of
the will, the qualifications .of the personal.
representative, venue, or Jurisdiction of this Court
are required to file their objections with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons 'having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice Is
served within three months after the date of the
first publication of this notice must file their,
claims with the Court WITHIN THE LATER OF,
THE THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE:
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY"
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or demands against the
decedents estate must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT,
BO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is the 2nd day of May, 1996.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/ HAROLD S. RICHMOND
Florida Bar No.: 0120520
227 East Jefferson Street
Post Office Box 695
Quincy, Florida 32353.
904) 875-1339
904) 875-1164 (FAX)
Personal Representative:
/s/ C. EUGENE JONES
3971 Magellan Trial


Tallahassee, Florida 32303
2tc, May 2 and 9, 1996.

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Joint Commission on Accreditation of
HealthCare Organizations .will conduct an
accreditation survey of NHC HomeCare on June
3-6, 1996. The purpose of the survey will be to
Evaluate the organization's compliance with
nationally established. :Joint : Commission
standards. The survey results will be used to
determine whether, and, the conditions under
which accreditation should be awarded the
organization.
Joint Commission standards deal with
organizational quality of care issues and the safety
of the environment in which care Is provided.
Anyone believing that he or she has pertinent and
valid information about such matters may request
a public information interview with the Joint
Commission's field representatles at the time of
the survey. Information presented at the intenrew
will be carefully evaluated for relevance to the
accreditauon process. Requests for public
information interview must be made in writing and
should be sent to the Joint Commission no later
than five working days before the survey begins.
The request must also indicate the nature of the
information to be provided- at the interview.'Such
requests should be addressed to.
Division of Accreditation Operations
OrganTizaon Laison
Joint Commisslon on Accreditadonr or
HealthCare Organizations
One Renaissance Boulevard
Oakbrook Terrace, IL60181
The Joint Commission will acknowledge such
requests in writing or by telephone and will inform
the organization of the request for any interview.
The organization will. In umrn. notiy the
interviewee of the date, time. and place of the
meeting
This notice is posted in accordance with the Joint
Commissions requirements and' may not be
removed before the survey is completed.
Itc. May 2, 1996.
NOTICE
A Public Hearing.will be held Tuesday, May 7,
1996 at 8:00 p.m. for' the Board .of City
Commissioners to consider correcting a
triangular-shaped encroachment on Lot 6, Block
II. The encroachment extends 091 feet into the
right-of-way along First Street and runs 5 28 feet
on the northernmost side and 5 37 feet on the
southernmost side.
All interested parties are Inmted to attend and to
beaheaod. ,.. -. -
THE CITY OF PORT ST JOE
/s/ Pauline Pendaris
City Clerk
'Itc, May 2, 1996.



Residential

Commercial

SCustom Wood

SIndustrial










Fence


Fencn1.g &


Concrete Work

FREE ESTIMATES


Albert Fleischmann
EIN #593115646

904-647-4047


Port St. Joe Police Chief Buck Richter (left) is shown in the pho-
to above presenting a check for $300 to Jerry Stokoe for the Gulf
County Senior Citizens Association building fund. The donation was
a'result of fundraising efforts of the PSJPD Auxiliary.


Bicycle Rodeo

Rescheduled
The Port St. Joe Police De-
partment will be sponsoring a bi-
cycle rodeo May 4 from 10:00
a.m. till 4:00 p.m. The rodeo will
be held at the Washington Recre-
ation Center.
The day's events will include
competition in- bicycle riding
skills and knowledge in rules of.
the road. There will be a free bicy- ,
cle safety inspection, including
assistance with minor adjust-
ments, and engraving and record-
ing information for theft preven-
tion and recovery. Please bring a
parent's driver license number for
engraving.
Trophies and certificates will
be awarded. All parental assis-
tance will be greatly appreciated.
Children wishing to partici-
pate need to call the Port St. Joe
Police Department to sign up.


Cattlemen Host

Bull Workshop
The :Gulf' County Cattlemen "
Association will sponsor and host
a Bull Evaluation Workshop. The
workshop will convene Monday,
May 6, at the Wewahitchka Com-
munity Center located at 210
Third Street. The workshop will
start at 6:30 p.m., C.D.T. Dr. Da-
vid Prichard, Extension Livestock
Specialist, will speak on "Deter-
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Chipley, will supply the bulls for
this workshop.
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Masters Feed and Fertilizer will'
sponsor a burger dinner after the
meeting.
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1996 PAGE 7A

Honor Students Named at H.V.


The Highland View Elemen-
tary P.T.O. would like to thank
everyone who participated in the
recent Spring Festival. A special
thanks goes to the following busi-
nesses and Individuals:
Businesses who donated
items: Bayside Lumber, Rich's
I.GA., Freckles Yogurt Shoppe,
Premier Services Corporation,
Comforter Funeral Home. Bar-
field's Lawn & Garden, Hardee's,
Piggly Wiggly, and Big Star.
Officers who took finger-
prints of the children: Kevin Lee
and Keith Whitfleld. Officers who


participated with the "Jail For
Ball": Terry Carr and Glen Norris.
Courageous men who braved
the cold water for "The Dunking
Booth": PSJPD Officer James
Hersey, Sheriff Frank McKeithen,
HV Fire Dept. Chief Willard Rich-
ards and Rusty Burrows.
Also a special thanks to the
"downs" of the Shriners.
It is only with the support of
our school personnel, volunteers,
and local community that such
functions as these can be provid-
ed for our children.


I. Obt aris


Jonnia Clenney
Jonnia Clenney, 78, of Chi-
pley passed away in the Washing-
ton County Convalescent Center
on Friday, April 26.
Mrs. Clenney was born in
Randolph County, Georgia on Au-
gust 1, 1917. She was a resident
of Chipley for the past two years,
moving there from Port St. Joe
where she lived for 44 years. She
was a homemaker and very tal-
ented artist. Mrs. Clenney had in
* earlier years joined the Eastern
Star and Garden Club. and was a
very active church member at
Long Avenue Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Clenney was survived by
her husband, Marvin Clenney of
Port St. Joe; three daughters,.
Deborah White of Chipley, Barba-
ra Dolan of Winchester, Tennes-
see, and Gloria Durreline of.Cali-
fornia; two sisters, Georgia
Knight and Eunice McCarty, both
of Bainbridge; one brother, Clay-
ton Skipper of Apalachicola; eight
grandchildren; and nine great-
grandchildren. ,
The funeral service was held
Monday. April 29 at 3:00 p.m. in
Sthe Chapel of Cox Funeral Home
in Bainbridge, Georgia. Interment
followed in Oak City Cemetery in
Bainbridge.
Asked to' serve as pallbearers
were Clint White, Matthew White,
Tim Dolan, Gary Skipper, Clayton
Skipper and Dennis Weaver..
Local services were under the
direction of Brown Funeral Home
in Chipley.

Charlie Gortman
SCharlie Gortman; 89, of We-
wahitchka. passed away Thurs-
day. April,25 In Bay Medical Cen-
ter following a brief- illness. A
native of Andalusia, Alabama. he
has been a resident of Wewa-
hitchka for over 40 years and was
a retired commercial fisherman
and fishing guide. He served in
the Army during WWII and was a
member of Glad Tidings Assembly
of God Church.
Survivors include a brother,
Claude Gortman; two sisters,
Maggie Resmondo and Ida Lord,
all fPensacola; his sister-in-law,
Verna Gortman of Wewahitchka;
and many nieces and nephews.
The funeral service was held
at 2:00 p.m., C.D.T.. Saturday at
the Glad Tidings Assembly of God
Church. conducted by Rev. Neal
Miller. Interment followed in Rob-
erts Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home, Wewahitchka Branch
Chapel.



Relay For Life!

1996


'A
CHIROPRATOR-
Ruy 96ez DC


Lois H. Beauchamp
Lois Herington Beauchamp,
59. of Marianna (Alliance commu-
nity) died Friday, April 26 at her
home.
Mrs. Beauchamp had been a
resident of Jackson County since
1970, moving there from White
City, where she resided from
1952-1970. She was, a native of
Carter County, Missouri. She was
a nurse and also owner and oper-
ator of Country Beauty Shop in
Alliance. She was also a member
of Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
She is survived by her hus-
band, James William (Bill) Beau-
champ of Marianna; two sons,
James Lewis (Jim) Beauchamp
and his wife, Lynn of Marianna
and Timothy William (Tim). Beau-
champ and his wife, Tammy, also
of Marianna; two daughters,
Brenda Lee Beauchamp Morse
and her husband, Larry of Mari-
anna and Linda Dee Beauchamp
of Panama City; eight grandchil-
dren, all of Marianna, Charles
Adam Morse, Calvin Benjamin
Morse, James Christopher Beau-
champ,' William Brian Beau-
champ, Courtney Marie Beau-
champ, Tyler Lynn Beauchamp,
Timothy Corde Beauchamp. and
Kaylan Leann Beauchamp; four
sisters, Bonnie Fiorini and her
husband. Jullo of Seattle, Wash-
ington, Annabelle Daniels of Van
Buren, -Missouri, Esta Kenney
Handstaker and her husband.
Mel of Coqullle, Oregon. and
Kathel Rodriguez and her hus-
band, Ed of Ft. Collins, Colorado:
two brothers. Billy Herrington
and his wife, Rose of Van Buren.
Missouri and Burton Herrington
and his 'wife. Cindy of Savanah.
Illinois; father-in-law and mother-
in-law, John Lewis and Poca
Beauchamp of Marianna: broth-
er-in-law. J. L. Beauchamp of
Marianna: sister-in-law, Joicy
Beauchamp Knight and her hus-
band. Buck of Enterprise, Ala-
bama: also 40 nieces and neph-
ews from all over the United
States, and several great-nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were held at
2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30 at
Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Alli-
ance with interment following at
Mt. Olive Cemetery in Altha with
Rev. Lamar Creel and Pastor Ed
Masterson officiating. Pallbearers
include Bill Harper. Bobby Stebel,
Claude Weston, James Horton,
Murry Smith, and J. Y. Wimberly.
All arrangements were under
the direction of Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home.

Annette Fa Brownell
SAnnette Fay Brownell, born
December 22, 1968, age 27,
passed away early Wednesday
morning at her home following- a
brief illness. A native of Van
Nuys, California, she had been a
resident of Gulf County since
1972. Mrs. Brownell was a mem-
ber of Beach Baptist Chapel of St.
Joe Beach.
She is survived by her hus-
band, James C. Brownell; one
daughter, Lacey Nicole Brownell;
hermother, Sally Nixon; her fa-
ther, Jerry Nixon; two brothers,
Bill Nixon and Keith Nixon and
wife, Bobble; one sister and
brother-in-law, Doug and Donna
Pelt; ,father- and mother-in-law
Clentoni and Janice Brownell;
three nieces, Brenda. Tabltha and
LaDonna Pelt, all from Gulf
County; one nephew, Jim Rawls;:
two great aunts, Bea and Marie
Chandler of Fort Worth, Texas; as
well as numerous friends.
Funeral arrangements, in-
complete at press time, are being
handled by Cdmforter Funeral
Home of Port St. Joe. Rev. David
Nichols and Rev. Bo Boyette will
be officiating with interment to
follow at Pleasant. Rest Cemetery
in Overstreet.


County Gets $306,000


Gulf County Commissioners
Warren Yeager and Michael
Hammond have a tight grip on
'$306,000 received from the State
of Florida to offset Gulfs expens-
es incurred to shut down county
landfills. The landfills were closed
according to state mandated rules
and regulations over the past sev-
eral years.
The landfill reimbursement
money was fought for by the Gulf
County Commission after the
state offered financial assistance
to larger Floridacounties, but not
to the smaller ones. Hammond.
past board chairman, and Yeager,
board representative also serving


as chairman of the Small County
Coalition, were instrumental in
convincing the state to provide
reimbursement to smaller coun-
ties.
Buckhorn Landfill, north of
Wewahitchka, was the only land-
fill to meet state specifications for
reimbursement since it has been
closed after the 1986 deadline set
by the state. Over the years since
its closure, Gulf County has
drilled and maintained monitor-
ing wells, capped off and planted
the fill area and conducted many
scientific tests and studies as
mandated by the state on the 11
acre site.


White Retires From State
Wayne White stepped down from his lengthy career as Chief
Investigator for the State Attorney's office for this judicial district
Saturday evening, in a dinner and toast/roast held in the high
school Commons Area. Approximately 250 friends and fellow
workers from the six county area were present Saturday night to
wish White well in his retirement.
White' and his wife, along with their four sons and their fami-
lies, sat at the head table for the short ceremony which was pre-
sided over by State Attorney Jim Appleman. Appleman pointed
out that White has served in law enforcement in Gulf County
since 1957, when he Joined the organization of then Sheriff Byrd
Parker. It was pointed out that during his career, he had senred
as investigator for the organizations of three State Attorneys,
from J. Frank Adams. to Leo Jones, to Jim Appleman.
Judge Russell Bowers. who began his career with the state
attorney: along with White, gave a humorous recap of their ca-
reer in the service and presented White with a Browning auto-
matic shotgun. Appleman presented White with his service
weapon and a plaque consisting of badges of every county in
which White worked.
His fellow investigators, Tom Praxton and Grady ,Wayne
Shelton, joined Judge Bowers and Jim Appleman, in a roast of
White. Rev. J. C. Odum gave what he described as a "toast" of
the retiring investigator.


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Catherine Barfield, principal
of Highland View Elementary
School would like to announce
the names of students who were
placed on the honor rolls for the
fifth six weeks grading period.
Students who earned all A's
were as follows:
Third grade-Jamie David,
Andrea Gaylor, Aaron Little, and
Caisey Spriggs.
Fourth grade-Meggie Boone,
Brittany Crocker, Austin Hortoh.
Fifth grade-Danielle Barnes
and Jerrid Pippin.
Sixth frade-Drew Tuten.
Students who earned all A's
and B's were as follows:
Third grade-Bruce Berdani-
er, Mylissa Brake, Anna Craft,
Danielle Densmore, Whitney Nix-
on, Sissy Smith, Sarah Russ,
Joey Shearer, Brandon Weeks,
and Kayla White.
Fourth grade-Nick Burrows,
SJordan Hinson, David Hopper,
and Shawn Reynolds.


Fifth grade-Aaron Hamm,
Adam Nixon, Jennifer O'Barr,
Charles Parker, Vicki Reed, and
Traci Richardson.
Sixth grade-Amanda Kent
and Joe Robinson.


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Sharks Win District; Defeat Fla. High

Will Host Sub-Regional Tournament Friday at 7:30


Lady Sharks Travel To

Chipley for Sub-Regionals


ST. JOE 10, BLOUNTSTOWN 9
In. the first game of district
. playoffs last Wednesday the Port
St. Joe Lady Sharks came into
the bottom of the seventh inning
trailing 'by two. Blountstown's
pitcher walked the bases loaded
and then walked a run in for the
Sharks. Heather Fields hit a two-
run single with one out to give
the Lady Sharks the victory. Port
St. Joe's win over Blountstown
boosted them into the champion-
ship game and into the playoffs.
Gena Johnson (7-4) was the
winning pitcher for Port St. Joe
giving up nine hits and four
walks.
Heather Fields led the
Sharks' (10-10) nine hit-attack,
going three for three with four
RBI. Llndsay Williams added two
RBI and Brigette Godfrey had one
hit and scored four runs for the
Lady Sharks. JoLynn Parker, Dee
Horton. Jamie Roberts, and Emi-
ly Thompson each had one hit.
BLOUNT. 023 211 0- 9 9 4
PSJ 103 201 3-10 9 4
FLA. HIGH 4. PSJ 2
Port St. Joe held a 2-0 lead
going into the bottom of the sixth
inning, but two crucial errors fol-
lowed by two Florida High hits
put the Noles en route to a victory
over the Lady Sharks for the Dis-
trict 2-3A Championship.


Gena Johnson (7-5) gave up
four hits, walked three and


PORT ST JOE 10, B'TOWN 0
Russell Young (7-2) picked
up the win on the mound for the
Sharks and gave up only three
hits and two walks, while striking
out five as the Sharks (19-4) beat
Blountstown 10-0 in five innings
to advance to the Distfict 2-3A
Championship game.
Cameron Likely led the
Sharks' eight hit attack, going
two for four with three RBI.
Wayne Summers and Jeff Player
were each two for three with one
RBI. Doyle Crosby was one for
three and Barry Adkison was one
for two with a triple.
B'TOWN 000 00 -0 3 2
PSJ 122 14 -0 4 2
ST JOE 7, FLA HIGH 3
The Sharks won the district
championship Friday in Tallahas-
see as Des Baxter pitched five in-
nings and gave up two hits, one
walk and struck out two to pick
up,the win for the Sharks. Ryan
Yeager, relieved Baxter in the
sixth Inning and gave up three
hits and struck out two.
"It's been 12 or 13. years
since we've won the District," said
Coach Duane McFarland follow-
ing the victory.
Wayne Summers led the
Sharks' 12 hit offense going three
for four with one RBI, Other hit-
ters were Des Baxter, two for two
with two RBI; Cameron Likely,
two for three; Barry Adkison,
Ryan Yeager, Brian Jenkins,


Standing, Brett Lowry, Jeremy Dixon, Jim Faison, Russell Young, Jarred Patterson, Doyle Crosby,
Matt Terry, Barry Adkison, Jeff Player, James Daniels, Wayne Summers, Joey Mastro. Jesse Colbert, and
Brad Smith. Kneeling, Keith Saleh, Charlie Lanford, Ryan Yeager, and Cameron Likely. Seated, Brian Jen-
kins and Des Baxter.


'Doyle Crosby, and Jeff Player
added one hit each. Yeager had a
.double; Crosby, RBI double; and
Jenkins and Player, RBI each.
ST JOE 300 012 1- 7 12 1
FLAHI 000 012 0-3 51I


Golfers 4th In District


The District 2 Boys Golf Tour-
nament was held April 21 at the
Golf Club of Quincy. Eleven
teams participated in the tourna-
ment. Maclay won the match with
an 18 hole score of 318, followed
by North Florida Christian 338,
R.F, Munroe 340. Port St. Joe
345, Suwanee 349, Taylor County


Alyson Williams, second
base, throws out. a Florida High
runner during Friday's District
Championship game.
struck out two.to pick' up the
loss.
Dee Horton had two of Port
St. Joe's four hits and led'the
Lady Sharks offensively. Gena
Johnson. and Jamie Roberts each
had one hit for the Lady Sharks
(10-11).
Port St. Joe will play the Dis-
trict 1-3A champion, Chipley, this
Friday at 5:00 EST in Chipley in
Sub-Regionals. .
PSJ 101 000 0-2 4 3
FL. HIGH 000 004 X-4 4 1


Both Gator Softball and

Baseball Teams in Playoffs


WEWA 16, CHATT. 1
Jenny Hutchinson threw a
two-hitter and allowed only one
run as the Lady Gators pounded
Chattahoochee to advance to the
District 2-2A finals and the
playoffs.
Ainmee Pridgeon led the Lady
Gators offensively with a solo
homerun and a bases-loaded
triple. Other hitters for' the #6
ranked Lady Gators (21-4) were
Diana Taunton with two hits and-


WEWA 6, APALACH 0
Wewahltchka's left-hander
Matt Kearce hurled a four-hitter,
walked three, and-struck out six
to pick up the win for the Gators.,
Kearce did not allow a base run-
ner access to'third base until the
seventh inning, as Wewa blanked
Apalachicola. to advance to the
District 2-2A finals and to the
playoffs.
Matt Kearce, Tranum McLe-
more, and, Josh Baxley each had
two hits for the. Gators (15-12).
Champ Traylor added one hit for
Wewa. .


Matt, Kearce (#3) eludes the
tag of Apalachicola's second
,baseman during Wewa's 6-0
blanking of the Sharks Thurs-
day.
APALACH 000 000 0-0 4 2
WEWA 204 000 X- 6 7 0
LIBERTY CO. 4, WEWA 0
Liberty County's Gary Shuler
pitched a four-hit shutout against
Wewa in the District 2-2A cham-
pionship game.
Ed Sumner had two hits for
the Gators.
Wewahitchka will travel i:to
Graceville Friday for Sub-
Regionals at 3:30 p.m., C.D.T. '
LIBERTY 000 210 1-4 53S
WEWA 000 004 0-0. 4,2


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LIBERTY Co. 1 1, WEWA 4
Amanda Little rounds sec-
ond base during the Lady Ga-
tors' 16-1 victory over Chatta-
hoochee.

With a bases-loaded triple.
CHATT. 100 00- 1 2 2
WEWA 404 8X- 16 9 0
LIBERTY CO. 11, WEWA 4
Liberty County scored six
runs. in the top of the eighth In-
ning to put the game out of reach
for the Lady Gators.
Wewahltchka will travel to
Jay this Friday at 4:00 CST for
Sub-Regionals. -
LIB'TY 011 201 06- 11 12 3
WEWA 300 002 02- 7 7 3


FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.


Will Baby Have


Healthy Teeth?


What can an expectant mioth-
er do to make sure her baby will
grow up to have healthy teeth?
There are two things that will
make all the difference in the
world.'
One is the child's genetic
makeup, the genes he or she in-
herits from both parents. They
will help determine the size,
shape, texture, and other quali-
ties of a child's teeth. There's
nothing a parent can do to con-
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But there is something an ex-
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baby a good dental start. She
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tect her health.
She should eat a .well-
balanced diet, as recommended
by her physician. And she should
avoid infection, including tooth


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sequences for' mother and child.
A dental checkup and treatment
will help eliminate any source of
infection caused by decayed
teeth or gum disease.
Once baby's bottom is
slapped and the crying starts,
you should start planning for that
first visit to the dentist at about
age three. That's when all 20 of
the primary teeth should, be
erupted and your dentist can
evaluate progress or problems.

Prepared as a public service
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From the office of FRANK D.
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364, Sneads 374, Florida High
380, Wakulla 387, Hamilton
County 395, and Rickards dis-
qualified.
Low medalist was Maclay's,
John Pitt with a score of 72. Low
medalist for the Sharks were
Buddy Mongold 82, Clay Whit-
field 83, Jason Shoaf 86, and',
Kristan Richbourg 94. Only the ,
winning team goes to the state.
The Sharks finished their
season with 13 wins and seven
losses. Members of this year's golf
team were Buddy Mongold, MI-
chael Mize, Donnie Baker, Johna-
thon Richardson. Matt Cabaniss,
James Hlenneman, Jason Shoafl
Kristlan Richbourg, and Clay
Whitfleld.


HOST SUB-REGIONAL
The Sharks (20-4) will host
Walton County (13-11) Friday
evening at 7:30 at Shark field.
Walton was the runner-up in Dis-.
trict One. Florida High will play
Pensacola Catholic, District ,One
champion, also Friday.


Admission for the Sub-
Regional is $4.00 per person,
with prices set by the FHSAA.
The Sharks invite everyone to
come out and support them in
their quest for the state champi-
onsh'ip.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY; MAY 2, 1996


Three Co

Area high school teams per-
formed well at district competition
last week as five sports captured
the district championship for
their respective schools.
Wewahitchka High School
boys and girls track won their
first ever district title last
Wednesday as they hosted the
District Two 2A meet. Both teams
will compete this Friday, May 3,
at the state track meet to be held
on the campus of the University of
Florida.
In another historic event the
Lady Sharks track team won their
first ever district title and the boys
team repeated as district champi-
ons for the third year.
WEWA BOYS TRACK
SFor the first time in school.
history the Wewahitchka boys-
track won the district title by
defeating four other schools. In
what was projected to be a close
meet between Wewa and Liberty
County, the Gators proved to be
dominant in field events and long
distance events, outscoring
Liberty County 150 to 108.
Luke Taunton and Andrew
Williams both placed first in two
events qualifying them for state.
Taunton won the 1600 meters
*i (4:36) and the 800 meters (2:04).
Williams placed first In the discus
(130'7") and the shot (45'4").
Also placing first were Cecil
Jackson in the high jump (6'0"),
Danny Voyles in the 400 meters
(52:54) and James Taunton in the
3200 "meters (10:37). The boys
4x400 meter relay team consist-
.ing, of Brent Klgro, James
Taunton, Adam Taunton, and Jay
Laster defeated Liberty County
and Chattahoochee with a time of
9:50.
Qualifying for state by placing
second in their events were Jay
Laster in the 800 meters (2:10)
and Joe Jackson in the shot
(38'1"). Voyles, Luke Taunton.
Gus Russ and Williams running
the 4x400 meter relay placed sec-
ond to Liberty County with a time
of 3:33.
Two races were very exciting
and provided close finishes. In the
1600 meter run James Taunton
of Wewahitchka nudged Quay
' McMillion of Greensboro at the
wire to placesecond, qualifying
him for the state track meet. In
the 4x400 meter relay, Wewa ran
its best time ever. (4:33) but was
beaten at the wire by Liberty.


unty Track Teams Win Their First District Title


County who also ran their best
time of the year but a second
faster (4:32). Both teams qualified
for state.
WEWA GIRLS TRACK
The Lady Gators won the dis-
trict title by putting on a powerful
display outdistancing their clos-
est opponent by 61 points. Wewa
scored 169, Sneads 198, Liberty
County 96, Chattahoochee 41,
Greensboro 32 and Grand Ridge
five.
The long distance runners
proved to be dominant, winning
the top, four places in the 1600
meters, 800 meters, and the 3200
meters.
Holly Atkins had a big day,
qualifying for state in four events
including the shot (29'10"), discus
(93'2"), 800 meters (2:29) and the
1600 meters (5:52).
Also finishing in first place
was Stefenie McDaniel in the
3200 meters (13:54).
The 4x800 relay team of
McDaniel, Renee Ardire, Sarah
Baily, and Vickie McClellari
placed first with a time of 12:09.
Other girls who qualified for
state by finishing second in their
events were Renee Ardire in the
800 meters (2:45), Crystal Collins
in the 322 meters (14:01), Kristie
Gay in the 300 meters' hurdles
(58:97) and the discus (74'2") and
Vickie McClellan in the triple
jump (27').
LADY SHARKS-DISTRICT
2 3A CHAMPS-TRACK
This past Thursday with a
tremendous team effort the Port
St. Joe Lady Shark team came
from behind in the last two.
events to edge Florida High, Mon-
ticello -Jefferson County, Blount-
stown and Havana to win the
school's first ever Girls District
Track Championship.
Trailing Florida High and
Monticello Jefferson County, the
3200 meter tandem of Kristie
Lowry and Jessica Hill captured
first and second to put the team
in a position to capture the dis-
trict title. With the 4x400 relay
the final event, it came down to a
battle between Florida High and.
Port St. Joe with the relay team of.
Stephanie Maxwell, Aleshah
Lowe, Amy Buzzett and LaTrika
Quinn capturing first place and
the District Championship.
Track coach Vernon Eppin-


ette said, "In my 20 some years of
coaching I have never had a team
that gave such a sustained effort
from the beginning to the end in
a championship contest. For this
team to win the championship
with only eleven athletes, defeat-
ing teams with more than 30 par-
ticipants is a tribute to these
young ladies' great character and
will, to win. I believe that this
year's success began last year
when our girls learned how to
compete. Along the way we lost
some girls who discovered that,
with competition comes hard
work and sacrifice, but those who.
remained received a reward of ac-
complishment that will serve'
them well down life's road."
All 11 girls scored in this. his-,
toric event with nine of the 11
qualifying for the State Champi-
onships in Gainesville this Satur-
day, May 4. Qualifying for state
were Stephanie Maxwell-high
jump, triple jump, 300 hurdles
and 4x400 relay; Fanta Harris-
shot put and discus; Jennifer
Smallwood-pole vault and high'
jump; Kristie Lowry-3200 meter
run and 4x800 meter relay; Jessi-
ca Hill-3200 meter run and
4x800 meter relay; LaTrika
Quinn-4x800 relay and 4x400 re-
lay; Ashley Brownell-4x800 relay;
and Amy Buzzett and Aieshah
Lowe-4x400 relay.
Other scores for' the team
were Aleshah Lowe-third in the
long jump, fourth in the triple
jump and 200 meters; Amy Buz-
zett-third in the pole vault, fourth
in the 100 hurdles and fifth in
the 300 hurdles; Ashley Brow-
nell-fifth in the discus; LaTrika
Quinn-third in the 800 meters;
Tenelya Hutchinson-fourth in the
shot put; Devon Clayton-fifth in
the pole vault; Jessica Hill-third
in the 1600 meters; and Kristie
Lowry-fourth in the 1600 meters.
In addition to qualifying nine
girls for the state meet and a
school record number of partici-
pants, Fanta Harris set a new
school record in the shot put and
Jennifer Smallwood a new record
in the pole vault. The Lady
Sharks finished the season with a
23-4 record.


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LADY SHARKS DISTRICT CHAMPIONS from left, Jessica Hill, Anna Duren, Latrika Quinn, Fanta Harris,
Kristie Lowry, Stephanie Maxwell, Aleshah Lowe, Tenelya Hutchinson, Ashley Brownell, Jennifer Smallwood, Devon
Clayton and Amy Buzzett.


PSJH Boys Track Team Wins


Third District Title "Running


Last Thursday. the boys
track team competed in the Dis-
trict Track and Field Champion-
ships held at Florida State Uni-
versity. Port St. Joe scored 142
points in winning 'their third
straight district title. Florida High
placed second 112, Jefferson
County placed third 70, Havana
placed fourth 14, and Blount-
stown finished fifth 10. The
Sharks won eight of the 17 events
and qualified 11 athletes for the
state track and field meet.
Placing first in the meet were:
Justin Summers discus (134'0);
Marco Givens high jump (6'6")
and triple jump (44'0); Gabe
Clark 1600 meters (5:17.8) and
3200 meters: (11:52.84);i nd
Kelon McNair 800 meters
(2:02.73). The Sharks 4 x 800 re-
lay team of Chuck DeBates, Eric
Sellers, Germain Clark, and
Keion McNair placed first with a
tinme of 8:53.83; and the 4 x 400
j


relay team of Russell Russ, Kelon
McNair, Marco Givens, and Andre
Thomas also won f(rst with a time
of 3:29.68.
Placing second and,qualifying
for state were: Tyson Pittman -
110 hurdles (15.96); Germain
Clark 1600 meters (5:17.8) and
800 meters (2:02.6): Andre Thom-
as 400 meters (52.54); Mark
Williams 300 hurdles (41.70);
and Eric Sellers 3200 meters
(11:16.64).,
Coach Scott Gowan said, "I
am very proud of this group. They
worked extremely hard all season
and their hard work was reward-
ed with a district title. Florida
High was considered the favorite
to, win the district title but our
guys accepted the challenge and
proceeded to have their best meet
of the season. Also, the win was
very rewarding due to the fact
that seven on the 20 man team


were participating in their first
year of track."
'We now turn our attention to
:this weekend's state track and
field championship in Gainesville.
The last two years we entered the
meet as the favorite and we were
fortunate enough to win the state
title each year."



Lady Sharks'
District Tee Off
Casey White led the Port St.
Joe Lady Sharks' golf team, com-
plemented by fellow team mem-
bers Elana Rees, Harmony Priest,
Amanda Bateman and Crystal
Tharpe, to a fourth place finish in
a field of six teams at the District
Golf Tournament last Thursday.
Casey set school records for both
9-hole and 18-hole scores.


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Biblical Values Seem

Destined To Return

To Florida Classrooms

Nudge By England's Margaret
Thatcher Seemed To Do The Trick
PRAYER, TRUTH, AND FREEDOM
There is a surprising glimmer of hope in this session of the Florida
Legislature that the pendelum may be turning back to prayer, truth, free-
dom and biblical values in line with what England's Iron Lady Margaret
Thatcher said at a seminar last week titled, "Reclaiming America's Moral
and Cultural Heritage."
Those are four dollar words, of course, and the political arena here in
Taxahassee might be an unlikely place to find Holy Joes, or Minnie's for
that matter, who really believe in them. We're more accustomed to finan-
cial turkeys for special interests back home, outright robbing of the pub-
lic till, and free wining, dining and sometimes drunk driving and carous-
ing of legislators.
But how else can you explain the fact that student-led prayers at
graduation and other middle and high school events have a good chance
of passing both Houses this session and going to the governor for his sig-
nature. It's only one small step to putting God back into public schools,
but it could indicate a turning point away from modern-day humanistic
relativism that has caused a moral breakdown in America.
There are other indications of a possible return to biblical values in
welfare reforms, and tougher adult and criminal justice legislation, but
none of it means anything until it seeps down into the homes and neigh-
borhoods and into the hearts of individuals.'
Thatcher said last week freedom cannot survive unless it is based on
a moral foundation. Others at the seminar said separation of church and
state was designed by our founding fathers to protect the church from the
state, not the other way around. They also said fatherlessness is the most
harmful social trend of this generation and Hollywood no longer reflects-
or even respects-the values of most Americans.
Even more ominously, they pointed out that when truth falls and
there is no moral principle of right and wrong, tyranny moves in to fill the
vacuum.
Tyranny, dear reader, is big government, high taxes, rules and regu-
lations, and the relegation of individual freedom to the trash can.
Another example of backing biblical truth instead of relativism was
the United Methodist Church vote in Denver last week upholding its pol-
icy that homosexuality is incompatible with Christian teaching. The gen-
eral conference also approved plans to seek a merger with the three
largest black Methodist churches in America, a move falling under the
biblical values umbrella.
It's a good sign. We can't leave this important stuff to the political
wolves in sheep's clothing of this world.

Here's the Capitol News Roundup
COLLEGES TO GET 7% TUITION HIKES
Florida legislators agreed in budget negotiations to allow a tuition
increase of 7 percent at state universities. They allowed the presidents to
decide how each institution spends the money, but denied them the right
to set the rate.
'We're giving the universities the chance to decide how to spend the
money as long as they don't spend it on academic administration," said
Rep. Buzz Ritchie, D-Pensacola.
The tuition increase will raise about $17 million for the state's nine
universities. Currently, tuition covers about $1,775 of the total cost of a
year at a state university of about $12,000. The state pays the balance.
'We'rve gone from bargain basement to. a. bargain," said State
Universiy Chancellor Charles Reed. ..., ,;.. .
SBudget negotiators also agreed to total cuts insocial programs of
some $300 million to $400 million. The House had wanted cuts of about
$330 million and the Senate had proposed $570 million. The difficult part
for lawmakers was to decide what specific programs to cut.
Chiles said he would veto the budget if cuts in social programs were
too drastic.
Lawmakers are rushing to agree on a budget so they can end the 60-
day regular session by Friday.
The tuition issue was a bargaining chip at the negotiating conference.
PRIVATE PRISONS MAY GET GO-AHEAD SIGNAL
House and Senate negotiators have agreed to privatize the building of
new prison beds instead of financing them with bonds, but they want to
attach some new rules to be sure taxpayers will not be paying as much
or more than they do now. .....
Three new private prisons are under construction in Florida now and
one is open and running at Gretna In Gadsden County.
The committee agreement was in the hands of House Speaker Peter
Wallace and Senate President Jim Scott early this week.
Wallace wanted to issue bonds to build new prison beds now and pay
for them later. Scott wanted to postpone further expansion of.the prison
system this year because of a temporary over-supply of beds due to a
falling crime rate in the face of stiffer laws and sentencing guidelines.
Gov. Lawton Chiles who hasn't committed himself on whether he will
veto the measure or not proposed in his budget to bond for prisons now
and pay for them after he leaves office. '
HOUSE VOTES TO KEEP FREE MEALS
'Speaker Peter Wallace suffered a dramaticdefeat when House mem-
bers voted 83-34 to keep its free meals and entertainment gifts from paid
lobbyists. They agreed to report any meals they receive valued between
$25 and $100, but they defeated Wallace's proposal to any lobbyist-spon-
sored meal of more than $25.
The Senate earlier passed a bill banning its members from accepting

USPS/NALC

Food Drive
Your local post office is part Py
of a natlorial food drive, combin-
ing efforts of the United States
Postal Service and the National
and is asking all patrons who are a n d h
able to donate dried or canned
goods and leave them near their
mailboxes on Saturday, May 11.
Letter carriers will be picking n
up the food donations and drop-
ping them off at one of the local
agencies for distribution to' the -^ &n _
needy families in our community. If
Also, there will be a hamper Y


placed in the lobby of the post of- insurance
fice for a food drop-off.by patrons driver, yo
with post office boxes or other
business interests with the ser- 20 percent
vice. insurance
Reminder notices will be cansave,
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Capitol

NEWS ROUND-UP

from Tallahassee
by JACK HARPER


free food and drinks from paid lobbyists. Last year, Wallace got the House
to ban accepting campaign contributions during the session, a move the
Senate has so far refused to take.
Among House members voting to keep the free meals coming were:
Allen Boyd, D-Monticello; Buddy Johnson, R-Plant City; John Laurent, R-
Bartow; Al Lawson, D-Tallahassee; Carl Littlefleld, R-Dade City; Randy
Mackey, D-Lake City; Jerry Maygarden, R-Pensacola; Jerry Melvin, R-Fort
Walton Beach; Durell Peaden, D-Crestview; Kelly Smith, D-Palatka; Rob
Trammell, D-Marianna; and Marjorie Turnbull, D-Tallahassee.
Among those voting to ban free meals were: Helen Spivey, D-Crystal
River; Jeff Stabins, R-Spring Hill; Bill Sublette, R-Orlando; Tracy
Upchurch, D-St. Augustine; and Earl Ziebart, R-DeLand.
CHILES CAN VETO REDISTRICTING
Federal judges who tossed redistricting of the Third Congressional
District back into the lap of the Florida Legislature say Gov. Lawton
Chiles can either veto or sign the redistrictng plan submitted to; him by
lawmakers,
Senate President Jim Scott, R-Fort Lauderdale, had questioned
whether Chiles had a role to play under the orders of the three judge
panel that ruled the district was unconstitutional because it was gerry-
mandered to assure the election of a black candidate to Congress.
The judges did not specify in their order whether Chiles was to play
a role In the redistricting but said in their public announcement it would
be just like passing any other bill.
VETO OVERRIDE RAISED ITS HEAD AGAIN
The possibility is better than good that the Florida Senate will vote a
second time on whether to override Gov. Lawton Chiles' veto of a bill
passed last year that would repeal. the Third Party Liability law that gives
the state a huge advantage in its suit against the tobacco industry.
Senate President Jim Scott said because of the lack of time left in the
session he would not let senators debate bills similar to measures already
defeated in the House. His statement is being interpreted to mean he will
not allow the Senate to take up a compromise bill voted down in the
House that would change the law to specify it applies only to the tobacco
industry.
Some lawmakers believe the bill is necessary to uphold Chiles' veto of
the repeal of the law he and his henchmen passed without debate in the
closing days of the session in 1994.
It would assure other industries-including alcohol, gun, and even
beef and hog farmers-that the same law would not be used against
them.
HIGH TOMATO PRICES IMMORAL?
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Bob Crawford blamed skyrocketing
tomato prices on "gouging" grocers and the Mexican growers who are sup-
plying them.
"It's legal in Florida, but it is probably immoral," Crawford said when
he released results of a four-week survey of sales in five major Florida
cities that showed tomato prices at about $3 a pound in the markets with
only about $1 of that going to the farmer.
The markup is about 269%, Crawford said. A reasonable markup
would be 50 to 60%; he added.
Tomato grower Will Maxwell. ofQuincy, said he remembered his fam-
ily being put out of tobacco growing some 25 years ago by the importing
of tobacco from Nicaragua. He turned to tomatoes after, that. Now, he
said, he wonders If the same thing is going to happen again.


GCCC Board Holds Its
Meeting in Gulf/Franklin 7
The annual Gulf/Franklln
County meeting of the Gulf
County Community College Dis-
trict Board of Trustees will be
held Thursday, May 9 at the
Franklin County Courthouse at
10 a.m.
Afternoon activities are
planned with a complimentary
lunch at the Breakaway Lodge
and Dutch-Treat Golf at St. Jo-
seph Bay Country Club in Port
St. Joe.

Kinard Annual
Homecoming
Kinard will be having their
homecoming at the Kinard Com-
munity Center off of Highway 73.
It will start at Saturday, May 4th
at 10:00 a.m. with live entertain-
ment throughout the day.
Please bring old photos and
reminisce of days past. Lunch
will be served at 12:00 noon.
Everyone please bring a well
filled basket and tea, bring your
chairs, and enjoy the day.





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The U. S. Coast Guard Auxil-
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safety and seamanship course
during the month of June at Mar-
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The class will meet on Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 6:00 to 8:00
p.m., central time.
Class size will be limited to


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their vote.for Super' for leading ty Gulf
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into the next century be
Gulf County students must have the skills and knowledge to be able to success-
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Daily Prayer
I talk-to God daily. I
have many things of which
to give thanks to God. A
great deal of this is my
Family and friends. In I
Thessalonians 1:2 we find,
"We give thanks to God al-
ways for you all, constantly
rst mentioning you in our
ch prayers."


Other .things to thank God for are the mate-
rial things in pur lives. I am also thankful to
God for prayer itself where I can petition God
on behalf of others. Some need physical heal-
ing,f financial help, concerns of family problems,
and the list goes on and on. I start the day with
prayer.
Someone recently said to me, "I don't have
time to pray." I replied, "I don't have time not to
pray." Think it over..



Concert Pianist To Play


During this week, elementary'
and high school students and
teachers In Gulf County have
been actively involved in an out-,


Leonidas Lipovetsky, Pianist


standing cultural program enti-
tied, "Music & the Arts", under
the direction of world renowned
concert pianist, Leonldas Llpovet-
sky. The School Board presented
this program in partnership with
the Nelson-Plews Memorial Fund,
and the Florida Department of
Cultural Affairs.
Before returning to the tour-
ing circuit Mr.: Lipovetsky has
consented to present a public lec-
ture-recital. It will be held at Long
Avenue Baptist Church on May 3
at 7:30 p.m., E.D.T., and the
community is cordially invited to
attend and enjoy his remarkable
gift of music. There will be no
charge for the program.

Celebrates 12th
Anniversary
The Matron Auxiliary of Phil-
adelphia Primitive Baptist
Church will be celebrating its
12th anniversary on Sunday, May
5th, at 11:00 a.m. The speaker
for the worship service will be
Christine Williams, a member of
New Bethel A.M.E. Church, and a
retired educator from the Gulf
County School system.
The members of the auxiliary
welcome and Invite everyone to
come and worship with them dur-
ing their time of rejoicing.


Juvenile Justice Awards Wewa Students


The Juvenile Justice Comimu-
nity Forum and Award Ceremony
in Wewahitchka was a large suc-
cess due to the hard work of all'
involved. According to Melissa
Ramsey, Chairperson of the Gulf
County Juvenile Justice Council,
'We had a real good turn-out of


parents and community mem-
bers." She also expressed sincere
appreciation for the. support
shown by the schools.
Furthermore, there was excel-
lent representation by local digni-
taries on the Community Forum
panel which included: State At-


WES CITIZENSHIP AWARDS front left to right, Rian Hall, Dustin Lillie, and
Kyle Smith.


WHS JR. HIGH CITIZENSHIP AWARD -from left to right, Andrew Davis, Jus-
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Worship Sundays at 1 I a.m. & 7 p.m.
Bible Study Sundays at 9:45 a.m. & 5:45 p.m. (for all ages)
Wednesday Children's choirs 6 p.m.; Children & youth missions
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Sunday School ';..... ............................10 a.m.
Morning Worship ........................ ............11 a.m.,
Sunday Evening.................. .........................,6 p.m.
Wednesday Evening ....................................7 p.m.


torney Jimi Appleman,' Sheriff
Frank McKeithen, Judge Robert
Moore, Principal of Wewahitchka
Elementary School-Jerry Kelley,
Executive Director of Gulf County
Guidance Clinic-Edwin Ailes,
School Board Representative-Dr.
David Bidwell, School Resource
Officer-Greg Cole rid Depart-
ment of Juvenile Justice Repre-
sentative-Mike LaPlante.
The forum was an hour-long
question and answer session that
provided insight into Juvenile


Revival
A revival will be ongoing at
Christian Fellowship Baptist
Church May 5th through the 8th
at 7 p.m., E.D.T. nightly (6 p.m.
central).
They will be highlighting
guest evangelist Jerry Stone of
Oakland and songleader, Lester
Maples of Panama City. Neysa
Wilkins will be a special song-
stress featured on Sunday night.
Other gifts in song will be deliv-
ered by Carla McGee of Over-
street and Paul Presnell of Port
St. Joe.
Everyone in the area is cor-
dially'invited to attend one or all
of these services.


crime problems in our communi-
ty as wel as prevention options.
The forum was followed by an
awards presentation which hon-
ored 40 Wewahltchka students
for their great leadership quali-
ties, as well as good grades and
behavior. The three award cate-
gories included: Outstanding Citi-
zenship Award, Most Improved
Student and Outstanding Accom-
plishment Award. Congratula-
tions to all award recipients!
The Gulf County Juvenile
Justice Council would like to
thank the community. SRO Greg
Cole, local dignitaries and espe-
cially Wewahitchka High School
for its help in making this event a
well attended success!


MACS NURSERY
Wewa Kinard 639-5176
PLANT FLOWERING CRAB APPLES for
Wildlife. Check Our Stock for Spnng
Planting Apple, Peach, Nectarine.
Plum, Japanese Persimmon, Pear,
Pecan. Pomegranate, Fig, Grape,
Satsuma, Orange, Kumquat, Lemon, Lg.
Camellias, Dogwood (red, pink &
while), Crepe Myrtle. etc.
100's of Dogwoods In Bloom
Large Selection of Azaleas


THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

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

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor




4 L^ Ar FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
A CHURCH
w 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
S lrb SUNDAY WORSHIP ...........................10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL ................................ 11 a.m.
r u S h' *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
Nursery Available
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor


Come Find Out What All the Excitement Is at 224i ) ryy. 71
(1/10 mile north of Overstreet Road)


The Church of Christ

in Wewahitchka wants to make a difference in your life.
Sunday School 9 a.m. CDT
Worship Service ....... 10 a.m. CDT
Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m.




CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS
Bible Study: Worship:
10 a.m. Sunday 11 a.m. Sunday
7 p.m. Wednesday Nursery
Call 229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. O. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32457
Corner of20th Street & Marvin Avenue


Join Us For Worship....

Overstreet Bible Church
A Non-Denominational Church
Overstreet Road
Services:
Sunday School 10 a.m., CST
Morning Worship II a.m., CST
Evening Service 6 p.m., CST Pastor Guy Labonte
Wed. Bible Study 6 p.m., CST Phone: 648-5912


:Constitution ALnd9fonuiment
Catch ic S ? PortSt. Joe
THE UNITED METHODIST CMHUCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School .....;.. 9:45 a.m. Methodist Youth
Morning Worship ... 11:00 a.m. Fellowship ........i..;.6:00 p.m.
Evening Worship ..........7:30 p.m.
Choir Practice
Rev. Zedoc Baxter Wed
Pv.Z Bter Wednesday ............7:30 p.m.
PASTOR
S. .


First Unitedi .ethfodist Churc
111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Morning Church......................9:00 a.m. CT
SChurch School ,.................10:00 a.r. CT
**Nursery Provided-*
CHRISTIANITY ON THE MOVE
Dr. Loule Andrews, Pastor John Anderson, Music Director
Office Phone: 648-8820. Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am 12 noon CT


Oliver F. Taylor:
Visitation Minister, Fi
United Methodist Chu


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I School News


S'Events and Happenings from County Schools
saa-ns


B Bulldog News

. Port St. Joe Elementary School
Sby Cindy Belin


Students Of The Week .
Congratulations to our "Stu-
dents of the Week" Kinder-
garten-Matthew Ricih First
Grade-Samantha Denton: Second
Grade-Canda Borden; Third
Grade-Rachel Sweazy; Fourth
Grade-Victor Hamilton; Fifth
Grade-Kris Lamb;. Sixth Grade-
Dustin Crews; E.S.E.-Randall
List.
Penny Campaign
Our school collected $288.08
to be donated to the Gulf County
Scholarship Fund.' It makes
"Cents" to go to:college or vo-tech
school. Way to go, Bulldogs!
Progress Reports Sent Home
Progress reports for the final
six weeks, grading period will be
sent home on Friday. May 3. If
you would like to schedule a par-,
ent/teacher conference, please
call 227-1221
Bulldog Club Skating Party
The annual Bulldog Club
Skating Party will take place on.
Tuesday, May 7 at the Panama
City skating rink. The students
attending have earned a Bulldog
:Card each six weeks grading perl-
od due to their excellent behavior.
Congratulations Bulldog Club
members
Creative Writing Contest
Our P.T.O. is sponsoring a
Creative Writing Contest with
cash prizes. The contest deadline
is Wednesday. May 8.
Track and Field
Our annual Track and Field
Day has been rescheduled for Fri-
day. May 10. Parents are asked to
'- begin sending two-liter drinks to
school to be sold at Track and
[ Field Day. Please send baked
goods on Thursday. May 9.'
Kindergarten Registration
Registration' for kindergarten
at Port St. Joe Elementary school
was held last Friday. If your child
plans to attend-Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary }chool; 'and you were'"
unable to attend registration."


please come by the front office be-
fore May 23 and bring the follow-
ing ... a copy of his/her birth
certificate, a copy of his/her so-
cial security number, proof ,of
his/her immunization, proof of
his/her physical (since 8/12/95),
For more information, please
call 227-1221.
Bulldog Memories ,
We are taking orders for our
1996 Bulldog Memories yearbook.
The cost of the yearbook is
$10.60.
Gold Card Lunch
The annual Gold Card Lunch
for grads three through six will be
held on Tuesday. May 14. Con-
gratulations to those students
who have earned the honor to at-
'terid.
: 6th Grade Parents Meeting
SThere will be a meeting on
Tuesday, May 14, at 7:00 p.m. in
the auditorium for all parents of
.sixth graders. ,
P.T.O. Meeting
The final P,T.O. meeting for
this school year will be held on
Thursday. May 16 at 7:00 in the.
auditorium. All parents are en-
couraged to attend
Beach Party
The Beach Party for all stu-
dents participating in school
clubs is scheduled for Friday.
May 17. Remember to bring your
sunscreen.
Awards Day
Our annual Awards Day will
be held on Monday, May 20 at
9:00 a.m. in the gym. Awards will
be given for kindergarten through
fifth grade. Parents are Invited to
attend.
Sixth Grade Graduation
Graduation for our sixth,
grade students will be held on
Wednesday. May 22 at 6:00 p.m.
in the gym. Awards will be given
for our sixth 'gride S`tudents at
This time. Parents a-e invited to
attend.


WES Dedicates "Jump Rope

Library to Lister For Heart"


On Wednesday, May 8 at
9:00 a.m.. C.S.T., the Wewahitch-
ka Elementary School Media Cen-
ter will be dedicated in honor of
Patsy S, Lister, former media spe-
cialist.
Refreshments will be served,.
The public Is Invited to attend.



Wewahitchka


High School


From the

desk of..,

Principal,
Larry A.
Mathes

District Champs and Runners-up
Wednesday, the WHS boys
and girls track teams won their
district championships for the,
first time ever in a meet held at
Port St. Joe's facility. Great ef-
forts in the field events, plus suc-
cess in the distance events paved
the way to winning. Liberty
County High School was second
in both divisions. Seventeen.Ga-
tors qualified for the State Track
Meet on May 3rd in Gainesville.
Donations to help defray expens-
es will be greatly appreciated.
Call the high school if you can
help!
Thursday and Friday after-
noons looked like carnival days at
WHS as an excellent crowd
turned out for both the district
softball and baseball tourna-
ments. Despite a super effort by
our teams. Liberty County again
battled their way to the top spots
In the district. The baseball
players will go to Graceville (3:30
p.m.) and softballers will go to
Jay (4:00 p.m.) as WHS advances
to the regionals on Friday as the
runner-up in our district.
Plans for the middle school
excellence banquet are complete.
It will be held in the Commons


On Friday, April 26 Port St.
Joe Elementary School conducted
"Jump Rope For Heart" In con-
junction with the American Heart
Association. The sixth grade class
raised $1363.00 and capped their
effort off by jumping rope almost
continually for three hours. Par-
ents related stories of a tired
group that reported home from
school on Friday.
Several contests were held
throughout that day. Anna Kate
,Reynolds. McClain Howse. Tony
Beck, Dwayne Piergiovannl and
Lisa Curry were successful in var-
,ious events. Dwayne was the
longest continuous jumper of the
day with a time of four minutes
and 30 seconds. The top fund-
raisers. were: Melanie Jones
($202.00). Ashley Bryan
($140.00). and Guthrie Hender-
son ($120.50).


'Area on May 20. Parents will be
asked to pay $5.00 a plate. Of
course, the recognized students
will be treated Plan on attending
if you receive your Invitation!
Summer School News A big
change is planned from past
years. This summer, the sessions
will last only nine days each, with
each day starting at 7:30 a.m.
and ending at 2:40 p.m. Breaks
will be served, but students must
remain inside. No lunch will be
provided, but students may bring
a lunch or buy from snack ma-
chines. The first session will start
June 3 and last until June 17;
the second starts June 18 and
ends July 2. There will not be any
classes on Fridays. Parents and
students need to make their
plans around these dates. Stu-
dents must complete all class
time to get credit. Absences need
to be avoided at all cost.
This past Tuesday WHS stu-
dents, thanks to a grant obtained
by the Gulf County School Board.
were treated to a piano perfor-
mance by internationally ac-
claimed pianist Leonidas Lipovet-
, ,cy. Lipovetsky turned our piano
'ito an"Instrument of perfection
-a he' r6irfec fdor'three differ-
'e ht groups, complete '*ith side
show. A big thanks goes to the
Board for making this available to
Gulf County students.


NE~t~a


L.


National Award Winners


Karen and Karissa Thomas
have been'named United States
National Award winners in the
honor roll.
Karen, 'who attends Port St.
Joee High School, was nominated
for this national award by Mari-
lvn Witten, guidance counselor.
Karissa, attends Port St. Joe Mid-
Sdle School. was nominated by Ju-
anise Williams.
Both will appear in the Unit-
ed States Achievement Academy
Official Yearbook, which is pub-
lished nationally.


The Academy selects USAA
winners upon the recommenda-
tlon of teachers, coaches, counse-
lors, and other qualified sponsors
and upon the standards of selec-
tibn set forth by the academy.
The criteria for selection are a
student's academic performance,
Interest, leadership, responsibill-
ty, and etc.
Karissa and, Karen. are the
daughters of Roger and Kathy
Thomas. The grandchildren of
Vallene Thomas of Port St. Joe
and Kenneth and Beverly Miller
of Tallahassee.


SbyElementary News
WLinda vewahitchka Elementary School News
hitfild


Fred Kemp Is Student Of
The Week Media Specialist
Karen Minger chose 12-year-old
Fred Kemp as the "Student of.the
Week". Fred is in the fifth grade
and is the son of Houston and
Pat Kemp., Fred likes to fish;.
hunt, and play football. "He:likes
to play with his friends, watch ac-
tion movies, and one day he
would like to go to Six Flags. His
Teacher is Lori Price. Fred likes to
help out In the library
S Fourth Grade Play Linda
Lawrence and Bill Car would like
to invite you to see' their upcom-
ing play,. "Readin', Writin', and
Rockin'," which will be presented
on May 14 In the WES Commons.
Winners The Florida Park
Service and "Friends of the Dead
Lakes State Park" sponsored an
Environmental Poster Contest.
Winners are .as :,folloiwrs: first
place, Jessica Wells; :second
place, Cerrelle Hanes; and third
place, Jacob Jackson.


Mark Your Calendars .
* School will be dismissed at
11:45 on May 7. 8 and 15. due to
teacher inservice. Lunch will be
served. Gulf County Track and
Field Day has been rescheduled
for. May 10 Classroom pictures
(group) were sent home on Mon-
day, April 29, The deadline for
purchasing or returning pictures
is May 10. *.Last day for students
is May 23.
Traveling- Troubadour ..
Brent Walker. a kindergarten stu-
dent' n Miss Connie's classroom,
entertained several classrooms
with his new musical instrument.
Brent played "My Country Tis Of
Thee" on, his. stringed, "music
maker". The students in Linda
Whitfleld's third grade classrooin
asked him to do an encore while
they sang along. Accompanying
Brent .'was'. classmate Jessica
Gortmrah.-
Zoo World The first grade
Classes of Rhonda Pridgeon and


By: Jo Hernandez
Good Btiddies .....
SAs you know, in klnde
you can never have
hands, so Mrs. Colbert
grade class has been volur
each day to come help o
Arnold's class with center
ing, and art projects. T1
dren all seem to enjoy t
spent together and it has
Mrs. Arnold a great deal.
Celebrity Readers .....
Last Friday. Mrs. Her
second graders visited l
nold's class and share
them stories that they hi
ten about "Frog and Tqad
they helped the kindergE
read books of their own
fore leaving they present
with their book titled, -"
Flounder's Florida Vacatio
book was written and illi

Joyce Quinn went to Zoo
on PC Beach. The classes
seeing the beautiful anil
their native settings. Afte
the classes picnicked at
the Oaks Park in Parker.
Ostrich Farm ..
T.E.A.M. classes of Sue M
and Lori Price went to the
Farm in Clarksville. After
citing day of watching bit
T.E.A.M. classes, enjoyed
Pizza Book-It Reward Part
Pizza Hut.
Secretaries Day .
secret is hard to find,
don't have to worry beca
have two of the best in th
ness. Sandra Husband an
dice Baxley exemplify
good, no great, secretary
be. WES is fortunate to ha
fine talent at out school
A..D.S.. Nurse Line
is making the rounds at
mentary school giving t
dents information on A.I.E
H.I.V. The students have
a lot about the disease
Chan said that the pre
are that by the year 2000
will know someone who I
A.I.D.S. Scary.
Gun Safety Depu
Cole of the Gulf County
Department has been on
ture circuit, too. He is spe
the students about how to
from guns.


Highland View Elementary

by the second graders during
ergarten their Writer's Workshop time.
enough Cultural Experience .....
's fifth Yesterday our fifth and sixth
steering grade classes-attended a concert
iut Mrs. at Port St. Joe High School given
s, real- by Leonidas Lipovetsky. This pro-
his time gram was provided to our stu-
s time dents through a grant from the
helped Florida Cultural Affairs Depart-
ment, the Nelson-Plews Founda-
tion and the Gulf County School
rnandez' Board.
Vrs. Ar- Hurricane Tee Shirts .... ..
!d with We now have tee shirts on
ad writ- sale for our school. We are now
id. Also, the HIGHLAND VIEW HURRI-
arteners CANES. The shirts are sky blue
and be- with white letters. If you wish to
ed them order one for your child, please
Flo and return the notice that was sent
Tn. This home with your money to your
ustrated child's teacher by May 3rd.
World Please order a shirt and have
enjoyed your child wear them on Fridays
nals in for Sprit Day.
rwards,
Under

The
cDaniel
Ostrich
,an ex-
rds, the ,
d their
at the By: Alicia Christie ,
This week's seventh grade
SStudents of the Week" are Amber
A good w Dion and Keesha Linton. Con-
but we
iuse we gratulations to both of youl!
ie busi- This week's eighth grade
d Clau- "Students of the Week" are Alicia
what a Sanders and Justin Kent.
should The,softball team will travel
ve such to Chipley, Friday. May 3. The
I. game begins at 4:30 p.m.
da Chan Congratulations to the varsity
the ele- baseball team! They're District
he stu- Champs! The playoff game will be
D.S. and here Friday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m.
learned Come out and support our team
SNurse Congratulations :boys and
;dictions girls track teams! You are District
all of us Champions! We're proud of you!
has had Saturday, May 4th from
1.0:00 a.m. iintil 4:00 p.m. is Gulf
ty Greg County's first annual "Relay For
Sheriffs Life". All the money earned will be
the lec-, used here in Gulf County, There
making to will be fun for all ages, so please
Sbe safe' come out and support all the
Steams.


Shown above are Port St. Joe Elementary's top fundraisers who
participated in the "Jump Rope For Heart" program. From left are
sixth graders Guthrie Henderson, Ashley Bryan, and Melanie Jones.




Shark T k By: Deann Redmond
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Selected Juniors participated In
Free Enterprise Day Wednesday.
May 1, Free Enterprise Day allows
Juniors to experience many local
businesses and to meet different
community leaders. After touring
selected businesses, the partici-
pants were treated to a pizza party.
Any POPS Club
Member who Is partici-
pating in the Saturday.
SMay 4 Relay For Life.
needs to turn in their
*money to Mrs. Witten as
soon as possible.
Gayfers is now ac-
cepting applications for
the' Gayfers Teen
Board. Applications are
available in the office or
at Gayfers. Interviews
will take place May 2
(today)' at 4:30 at Gayf-
ers; All students enter-
rig the 11th and 12th grades are
welcome to try out.
Seniors, you are quickly ap-
proaching your last day of high
school. Pick up your senior'check-
out sheets from Mrs. Turner before
SMay 8.
It is time again for cheerlead-
Ing tryouts. For all students who
had signed up, practice began
Monday, and Is being held daily
from 2:45 to 4:00. Tryouts will be
on Wednesday. May 8 beginning at
3:00 p.m.. Good luck to all those
trying out!
The Lady Sharks softball team
will advance to their sub-region
game 'this :Friday. They played
Blountstown and Florida High in
District play. They beat Blount-
stown 10-9. Heather Fields. Bri-
gette Godfrey. Lindsay Williams.
SJolynne Parker. Dee Horton, Jamie
Roberts. and Emily Thompson all
had hits. Gena Johnson pitched
the win. Way to go and good luck
to the Lady Sharksl


The '

Lion,'s Tale
News Column
Faith Christian School

The 1996 Spring Carnival
was a great success. Old and
young had a good time playing
games, dunking teachers and
students, eating, and bidding at
the auction,
Next week we will have a
Book Fair at Faith Christian, and
it comes just in time for summer
reading. The God's World Book
Fair will begin Tuesday, May 7
and continue all week. Evening
hours will be 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on
Tuesday and Thursday.
The 'kindergarten classes
have begun practice for their
graduation program. The com-
mencement exercise will be May
16 at 7 p.m. at Oak Grove Assem-
bly of God Church. This will also
be'the last day of school for all
our kindergarteners. '
The journalism class has
published their third newspaper
and we would like to include one
of their articles in today's Lion's
Tale.
Catching Up With Miss Dawne
by Amanda Haney
"Miss Dawne" Ford serves at
Faith Christian. School as a
teacher's aide for K-5 and first
grade. Although she taught K-5
for one year in 1985-86, the Lord
has used Miss Dawn and several
others at Faith Christian since
day one. She has a special love
for all children and, therefore,
doesn't have any favorite class.
Also, she has taught children's
church for twenty-two years.


Our congratulations to the
boys and girls track teams for
winning the District titles. This is
the first girls district title in track
in-our school's history.
Placing first for the boys were:
Justin Summers discus; Marco
Givens-high Jump and triple
Jump; Chuck DeBates,
Eric Sellers, Germain
Clark. and' Kelon
McNair-3200 meter re-
lay: Gabe Clark-1600
meters: Kelon McNair-
800 meters: Gabe
Clark-3200 meters;
Russell Russ, Kelon
McNair; Marco Givens,
and Andre Thomas-
1600 relay.
Special congratula-
tions to Fanta Harris
for a new school record
in the shot put and to
Jennie Smallwood for a new
school record In the pole vault.
The following girls will partici-
pate in this weekend's Stite
STrack M~iet:' F~ata'Haris. Steph-
anie Maxwell', ennie Smallwood.
Jessica Hill. LaTrika Quinn, Ash-
ley Brownell. Amy Buzzett. Alesha
Lowe. and Kristle Lowry. Good
luck Sharks!
Kudos to the boys golf team as
they finished fourth out of 13
teams in the District. Low scores
were Buddy Mongold 81, Clay
Whitfeld 82. Jason Shoaf 86. and
Kristian Rlchbourg 94.
In girls golf. Casey White set a
school record as she placed 13th
in the district golf match and
paced the team to a fourth place
finish. Good job Sharks!
Congratulations to the weight-
lifting team for being State Cham-
pionsl Coach Ray and the team
thanks you for your support and.
cooperation in their pursuit of a
State Championship.


Although Miss, Dawne loves,
her work, she is going back- to
school to get her Master's Degree
in biblical counseling and social
work. She already'has a Bache-
lor's Degree in secular social
work. Therefore, she has no plans
Sto become a teacher again, but
this in not definite.
Miss Dawne has been mar-
ried for twenty-nine years and
has two sons. Tommy, who is
twenty-six years old, is a married
man who lives in Jacksonville
and serves as a special agent in
the Department of Law. Tyler, on
the other hand, is a twenty-three
year old senior at Bryan College
in Dayton, 'Tennessee. Faith
Christian School really' appre-
ciates Miss Dawne's work for the
school and, most of all, for the
Lord. She, will always be'a vital
part of the life of the school from
day to day.


MUON-ilaco, Lettuce, Toma-
to, Pinto Beans, Milk and
Cikbe.
TUES-Salmon Croquettes
or Salad, Sliced Tomatoes,
Lima Beans, Bread or Sal-
tines, Milk and Cookie.
WEDS-Cheeseburger, Let-
tuce, Tomato, Pickle,
French Fries, Milk and
Dessert.
THURS-Chicken w/Rice,
English Peas, Fruit Cup,
Bread and Milk.
FRI-Spaghetti rw/meat
sauce & cheese. Tossed
Salad, Green Beans, Roll
and Milk.


Karen and Karissa Thomas










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General Consignment Auction!
Thursday. May 2, 7 p.m. at the old
Port Theatre in Port St Joe. Wade
Clark AUCTIONS 904-229-9282
*AB1239. AU1737. Consignments
welcome. 10% Buyer's Premium.:




1986 Ford Taurus. 4 dr.. runs good.
a/c, power windows, locks, lumbar.
seats, cruise control, good tires & bat-
tery. book price. $3.325. Make offer.
227-1795. itc 5/2
Custom Dodge Ram van. 1 owner.,
648-4550 or 896-3450. 2tc 5/2
1991 Dodge 150 pickup, at, ac, cc,
camper shell, 60k miles. $7.500. 227-
1562 firm. 2tp 4/25
White:stretch limo. excel, cond. Very
S reasonable, price. 648-4550. or 896-
3450. 2te 5/2
Red '88 Nissan double cab, 4 wd, V-6,
big tires, bed liner, 648-4550 or 896-
3450. 2tc 5/2
'81 Pontiac Bonneville. runs good. no
rust. $1.800 obo. 647-5836. ask for
Mark. I tp 5/2
'95 Monte Carlo. white exterior, leath-
er interior. 10.000 miles. $500 and
take over payment day 227-3611.
evening 648-8914. 2tc 5/2
'78 Datsun 280Z. a/c. auto, great en-
gine. 125.000 nmiles. I owner.
$2,400. R48-8816. Itc 5/2


Boat, motor and trailer. Call 227-
1465. Itc 5/2
1990 Johnson 30 hp motor, long
shaft, tiller, elec. low hours. $1.295.
647-3725. Itp 5/2





Entire inventory of Coyote Imports.
Mexico Beach. Gifts. baskets, rod iron
stands. etc. Call 648-5903. tie 4/4





Unfurnished 4 bedroom beach -house.
Call 648-5306. tfc 5/2
Apartments for rent at Casa del Mar.
St. Joe Beach. Call 229-6061 for in-
formation. tfc 5/2
1.500 s.f. metal building and approx.
1/2 acre enclosed by chain link fence.
Located in Jones Homestead. Call Bil-
ly Carr, 227-2020. tfc 5/2
BAYOU STORAGE, units for rent
High and Dry after Opal..Located on
Hwy. C-30 next to Todd Land Devel-
opment. Call 229-8397 or 227-2191.
tfe 5/2


The Phantry Hotel, Rooms -.Private
baths. Daily or weekly rates. 302 Reid
Ave. Port St. Joe. 229-9000. tfc 5/2


Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tapper
Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable hous-
ing for the elderly and the handi-
capped.
Cen. h &a. laundry facilities, energy
efficient const., handicapped equip-
ped apts., available. Stove & refrig.
furn., fully carpeted. I'bdrm., apts.,
on-site manager.
Equal Opportunity Housing Com-
plex. Rent is based on income.
Thils 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 5/2'
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. tfe 5/2

No need for wet carpets. Dry clean
them with HOST. Use rooms right
away. Rent machine. St. Joe Furni-
ture. 227-1251. tfe 5/2


Now for Rent:
Newly Remodeled
Business Office
Great Location
(next to Citizen Federal)
Ready for Occupancy
Call 227-7413


UNFURNISHED
Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & refrig..
Scene. h&a. screen porch, carport &
Laundry rm.
Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove &
. refrig.. washer/dryer hook-up.
* New extra Ig. 3 bdri. house. I 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.
SOne bedroom apartment. washer/,
dryer hook-up.
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m..
t- 9.I


:Warehouses, small and large, some
:with office, suitable for small busi-
ness, 229-6200. tfc 5/2

Apartment for Rent
Downstairs apt. 2 bdrm. apt.
517 4th St.
Stove, refrig., air cond.
$225 month.
(904) 227-3549
ic 5/2





Ceramic greenware. bisque, finished
pieces, supplies and Bring. Livem's
Ceramic Comer, 3417 Overstreet Rd..
4.5 miles north from Hwy. 98 on Hwy.
386. Monday thru Friday, 10 a.m. til
5 p.m. Ca9l648-3065. 4tp 5/2


Garage Sale: 3 families, Saturday.
May 4th, 8 amn. until. Balboa St., St
Joe Beach. Clothes, pictures, lots to
choose from. Itc 5/2
Carport Sale: Saturday. May 4th,
1110 Palm Blvd. 8:30 12:00. 3 fami-
lies.' tp 5/2
Backyard Sale: 2 families. A men's
junk dream! A mom's terrifle find A
grandparent's delight! 527 7th St..
Port St. Joe. Friday, May 3rd only. 8
a.m. till noon. It's a don't miss. Sorry
no early sales
Garage Sale: 3 families, Saturday,
May 4th. 2009 Palm Blvd. Rain or
shine. 8:00 a.m. till noon.
3 Family Yard Sale: from 8 a.m. 12
p.m. Saturday. the 4th. Rain or shine.
121 Hunter Circle. tp
Garage Sale: Saturday, May 4th. 8
a.m. until. Rain or shine. 1609 Palm
Blvd. Itc 5/2
Yard Sale: Cookware. clothes. A/C's.
odds and ends. Saturday. May 4th. 8
am. noon. 801 16th SL, PSJ.
9130 Starfish Ave., Beacon Hill. Sat-
urday, May 4th. 8 a.m. EST. Bunk
type bed and a half. Tools, auto parts.
variety of other things.
Yard Sale: Saturday. May 4. Blinds,
women's clothing, king size somma
waterbed. $1800, misc. 8 a.m. till
noon. 206 10th SL (turn by Methodist
Church). If rain. cancelled.


Gulfaire, 205 Beacon Rd., 8 am. 2
p.m. Saturday only; May 4. Good'va-
riety of items to choose from.
Yard 'Sale: Saturday. Furniture, craft
supplies, career clothes, baby clothes
and much more. Beacon Hill, 9130
Starfish Ave. -ltc 5/2
Garage Sale: 2026 Marvin Ave. Satur-
day. May 4. 8 a.mL to noon. Vanity a-
ble & bench. 3 snack bar stools,
beautiful Ig. carousel horse, 2 stereos,
lamps, baby things, clothes, kitchen
things, curtains, household items.
Yard Sale: Saturday. May 4. 8 to 3.
712 Fortner Ave., Mexico Beach. Lots
of misc. items. Some.furniture. cloth-
ing, banana trees. Rain cancels.
Yard Sale: St. Joe Beach, Hwy. 98 &
Bay St. Friday and Saturday, 8:00 till.
647-8926. Concrete pelicans also.
Garage Sale:Sat., May 4, at 204 16th
St. from 8-12. :- Itp





Experienced A/C Technician / Install-
er. Call Ernie Harden at 639-2454 or
227-5036. Or send resume to Harden
Service Co.. P. O. Box 85, Wewahltch-
ka, FL 32465. Pay based on experi-
ence.
Bartender, Hwy. 71 & 386. Apply in
person. Marle's Comer Bar. 3tc 5/2


TADES&SRIE


Have opening for 2 kids in my home
in the beach area. Have reference and
certified. Call 647-5648. 2tp 5/2
Free lance secretary. medical/law. 5
years experience. 229-6367. 4tc 5/2
Room for two children, I to 3 years.
Nanny Mann. 229-6432.

MAID A DIFFERENCE, houseclean-
ing services, have references, 227-
2049. 1tc 5/2


STUTZMAN ROOFING
RC 00038936
Specializing in Reroofs *
Single-ply & Repairs
'Where quality is higher than price"
229-8631
-- 5/2

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

STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
All Type Electricol Work
24 Hr. Service
UC. ER0013168 'INSURED
647-8081
ALAN STRICKLAND


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.


Pressure Washing, Houses. Mobile
Homes. Residential, Commercial.
639-3028. tfe 5/2
Bingo.Extravaganza Until the End
of Mayl Bingo is being held every
Thursday at 7 p.m. at St Patrick's
Hall in Apalachicola.. In addition to
the regular games, a Jackpot of $250
will be given away Weekly. There will
also be two split-the-pot cover-alls
each evening. 5tc 4/25

%" the, Peqeeet 7mage
New Cleansers and Cosmetics
for any skin type.
For information or
appointment call:
Kimberly Kopinsky
(904) 647-8322 4rce 4/s



Small Engine

Repair

229-2727



AVon

Catherine L. Colier
Ildenpendeint Sales Representative
211 Allen Memorial Way Port St. Joe
(904) 229-6460


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


TLC LAWN SERVICE
"Catering to All Your Lann Service Needs'
MOWING. EDGING. TRIMMING. SPRAIrNG.
FERTILIZING. WEEDING, CLEAN OUTS.
SPRINKLER REPAIR. AND LANDSCAPING
Free Estimates
Call 229-6435 4,-,.


NEX Microsystems
announces NEW PENTIUMS
starting at S 1169,
P75 Multimedia- $1,365,
PS0's from $1 799
227-6590 or 647-3339


LOANS D 8 J PAWN SHOP
"The Little House with the Big Deals"
Corer of E. Henry Ave. and Main St. Wewahitchka, FL 32465
Business: (904) 639-3202 Hours Mon.-Fri. 10-5, Sat. 9-12


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

S. LIC # RF0051042 .=
FREE ESTIMATES O. 9 051008
ER 0011618

JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
RIRMODELINrG REISIDENI,\L AND COMMERCIAL
INSTALLATION Oi' WATER I.INES. AND SEWER LINES
*': 1 MINOR ELCCrRIC-.iL
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 904/229-6821


LOOK, Screen/glass rooms win-
dows siding. Look at work I've done.
If you like it. hire me. Expert work
Rock bottom prices Licensed general
contractor. The House Doctors, (904)
647-3452 or 1-800-919-HOUSE.


* Residental
* Commercial


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


* Custom Wood
* Industrial


A 8 R Fence
Feamia ead C anete Work
Albert Fleschmann FREE Estimates
EIN #593115646 (9041 647-4047


LAWN CARE



229-2727


Steve Brant's Roofing
Licensed & Insured
Lie. #RC0050321
Port St. Joe Call 229-6326
9Op 6.2


MOWING RAKING WEEDING
EDGING TRIMMING
LANDSCAPING LICENSED

C.J 's Lawn

Service
Serving Mexico Beach. St. Joe Beach,
Port St Joe & Wewahirchka
"I will work lor YOUI" CLYDE SANFORD
Mexico Beach, FL
(904) 648-8492


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

MOWING RAKING WEEDING.
EDGING TRIMMING
LANDSCAPING LICENSED
CsJ.'s Lawni

Service
Serving Mexico Beach, St. Joe Beach,
Port St Joe & Wewahitchka
"I will work for YOU'" CLYDE SANFORD
Mexico Beach, FL
(904) 648-8492


Spring Cleaning?
Don't forget the outside
of your house, porch,
sidewalk and driveway.


* INSURANCE -*FREE ESTIMATES
* COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
BILL WHITE
CHRIS MORRISON
647-321 5
S4476 Hwy. 98, #3
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
tfc 5/2.


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

CATERING & CAKES
Call 229-6154
SEWING &
ALTERATIONS


ar e pr /L


* 'Plus Small Engine, Repairs
St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
706 First St.
Phone 227-2112


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






BOB'S PAINT &
BODY SHOP
29 Continuous Years of
Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks
Body & Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Bodiy Work
Call or See BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-7229
rt 4/


-' Commercial
Termite & Pest Control
Termie Treatments Restaurant Motel
SFlea Control Condominiums
Household Pesi Conlrol New Treatment/
SReal Estate (WDO) Reports Construction Sites
.1 FAMILY OWNED
r PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
Serving Gud Co..& Surrounding Areas
Free Estimates & Inspections


l.J., A/C, Heating, Refrigeration; and Ice -"ar
SI Machine (Sales/Servcel) -7
Ventilation Sheet Metal Fab. Natural
Gas & Electrical Equipment Contractor
Harden auwcYC*9d hWtv

Service Co.
e C Wewahitchka, FL 32465
Stare Mecn .RM0066465 Ernie "Cooter" Harden/Owner
Phone 904-639-2454 Cel. Ph. #227-5036 41e 5/2



Ucense No. R00033177


13 GEORGE GAINNIE
PILING & CONSTRUCTION Co.
Foundation Piling Crane Rental
Post Omice Box 624 Telephone (904) 229-6411
Port St. Joe, FL 32457 Mobile (904) 227-6284



SLand Clearing Road Building
Stump Pulling Bush Hogging
S Rootraking Fish Ponds



Excavation s

S 955 SR381 Terry L. Brock
Wewahitchka, FL 32465 Phone (904) 639-3829




ALLEN'S GULF
COAST IRRIGATION
andTolo
Nelson, Rainbird and Toro
-INSTALLATION and REPAIR
Free Estimates and Design
Alen Norris 229-8786 Pump Repair


Business and Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Seivice


FRANK J. ilflrwT
Accounting and Income Tax Service
Telephone 509 Fourth St.
Office (904) 229-9292 P. 0. Box 602
Home (904) 227-3230 r/4 Port St. Joe, FL 32456






Let us do the caring while you're away
CARE IN YOUR HOME, SERVICE LOW AS $8.00 A DAY
Serving Port St. Joe and the Surrounding Areas
Call Joey and Marie Romanelli
(904) 229-1065 tfc 2/14


RATES:.:
Line ads: $3.50 for first 20 words
50 for each additional word.
$2.00 for each consecutivee
week with no changes. Call
227-1278 to place yours.
NOTE: NEW DEADLINE:
TUESDAY AT 10 A.M.
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PAGE 6B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1996


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Music/Youth Director sought Port St.
Joe United Methodist Church is ac-
cepting applications for a Music/
Youth Director. Please send resumes
to: Rev. Zedoc Baxter, P. 0. Box 266,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456. phone 227-
1720 or 227-1749. 2tc 5/2

NOTICE: The City of Port St Joe will
be accepting applications for the
City's Summer Recreation Program at
the STAC House, Washington Gym,
PSJ Elementary Gym and Wastewater
Treatment Plant. Applications may be
picked up and returned to the Munic-
ipal Building, 305 Fifth St., beginning
Thursday, May 2-17.
The City of Port St. Joe enforces a
Drug-free Workplace 'and Is an EOE/
AAE. -
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ Pauline Pendarvls.
City Clerk 2t 5/2

Front end specialist needed. Experi-
enced, good salary. Apply in person.
See Mike at Western Auto.

St. Joseph Bay Country Club has po-
sition available for versatile person.
Duties will: include cashier, clerk,
light bookkeeping, relief restaurant &
bar employee.' Some weekends re-
quired. Applications may be obtained
from Pro Shop or bookkeeper.
3tc 4/25

Part-time position available 'immedi-
ately leading to full time by 6-1-96.
Experience in waltressing. bar tend-
ing and light cooking helpful, but not
required. Some weekends required.
Application dan be placed at St. Jo-
seph Bay Country Club. 3tc 4/25

Custodian: Gulf County Guidance
Clinic has an immediate opening for a
part time custodian. Duties include:
cleaning, light maintenance, and
occasional errands Mmin. req.: H.S.
dipl. or equiv., valid, Florida driver's
license,; and HRS. screening. Hourly
salary. Apply to: Edwin R. Ailes,
Executive Director, Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc. 311 Williams
Ave, Port St; Joe, FL, 32456. E.O.E.
2tc 4/25

Executive Secretary: Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc. is accepting ap-
plications for an Executive Secretary.
Duties include: Word processing,
scheduling. record keeping, and pub-
lic relations. Min. req.: H.S. dipl. or
equlv.. typing skills of at least 40
wpm. HRS screening and good written
language skills. Must be personable
and relate well to the public. Appli-
cants with experience will be given
preference. Salary plus excellent
fringe benefits. Apply to: Edwin R.
Ailes. Executive Director. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc. 311 Williams
Ave. Port SL Joe. FL. 32456. E.O.E.

Case Maikair: Gulf County Guid-
ance Cliic' has two (2) openings for
Case Managers on a Crisis Counsel-
ing Grant. Duties include: Home vis-
its. case management, crisis interven-
tion. group counseling and con-
Ssultation. These are temporary posi-
tions. Min. req.: A Bachelor's Degree
in a mental health discipline & com-
pletion of all HRS screening. Apply
to: Edwin R. Alles, Gulf County Guid-
ance Clinic, Inc. 311 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe. FL. 32456.

Cook: KIDS Instructional Day Service
(K.I.D.S.) has an immediate opening
for a cook. Duties include: food
preparation, meal planning.
purchasing & record keeping. Min.
req.: H.S. dipl. or equiv.. valid Florida
driver's license, and HRS screening.
Applicants with experience given
preference. Hourly salary. Apply to:
K.I.D.S.. 311 Williams Ave, Port St.
Joe. FL. 32456. E.O.E.
2tc 4/25

JOB NOTICE: The City of Port St. Joe
is accepting applications for the fol-
lowing position:
SUPPLY SPECIALIST
S $6.85/HOUR
Application arid Job description may
be picked up and returned to the Mu-
nicipal Building, 305 Fifth St., April
25-May 10.
The City of Port St.Joe enforces a
Drug-Free Workplace Policy and is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer.
nTE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ Pauline Pendarvis
City Clerk 2t4/25

Certified Nursing Assistants: II
p.m. 7 a.m. shift, new pay scale rec-
ognizing experience. Apply in person
at Bay St. Joseph Care Center, 220'
Ninth St. tfc 5/2

Taking applications for employment.
Job hours are 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Monday Friday. Apply at Hungry
Howle's. tfc 5/2

Now hiring waiters, waitresses. cooks.
dishwashers, full or part time. flexible
hours. Apply Julie's Restaurant. 222
Reid Ave.. Port St. Joe. tfc 5/2

Captains. Mates. Engineers, ABs,
OSs. experienced.Deckhands needed
for offshore oil industry. Competitive
salary, benefits, hitch schedules. Call
Maritime, 904-234-9900. 12tp 3/7

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 5/2


-MIC.FO SLE


Antique twin size Iron bed w/mattress
set $75. Antique iron school desk
$80. Kenmore heavy duty dryer,
works good $100. Antique 6 drawer
dresser $50, baby armdire $75. 227-
1795. ltc 5/2


For all your Tupperware needs, call
Teresa, 229-8624. Itp 5/2

30" freestanding electric stove, works
great, good cond. $200. Call 227-
7377 after 6:00 p.m. Itp 5/2

12,000 btu Whirlpool a/c. used one
season, $250. 227-1296. ltc 5/2

FREE fertilizer, to be picked up on a
regular basis. Call 827-6812, ask for
Mary Helen.

Queen size solid wood water bed with
mattress and heater. $75. 229-8094.
Itp 5/2

Contemporary dining room set, good
cond., octagonal table in glass, brass
and wood, 4 padded cane 'back
chairs. $70 set Call B.B. at 648-
5254, leave message. Itc 5/2


3 ton central air cond. unit, runs per-
fect, $250. 827-2970. 2tc 5/2

Three year old sorrel registered geld-
ing, gentle, good mind, $2,000 obo.
827-6812, ask for Mary Helen.
Itc 5/2

GE washing machine good cond.,
$100. 227-1635. Itp

Lawn mower, 3.5 hp Briggs & Strat-
ton, used twice, 227-3166. Itp

Cypress fencing for sale. Call 639-
5624. 2tc 5/2

Must Sell: 14'x70' Fleetwood Elite,
1995, 3 bedroom, 2 'bath. $14,000.
Call 229-2604. 4tp 4/11

Beds for Sale, full size, $50-$80, 8
beds to choose from. 229-9282.
tfc 5/2

One John Deere tractor w/hydraulic
disc; one Massey-Ferguson 135 w/6'
bush hog. Call 639-5810 day, 639-
5073 after 5 p.m. tfc 5/2

CARPENTRY, patio enclosure, siding,
windows installed, your home built,
additions, decks and more. All work is
guaranteed & done by a licensed gen-
eral contractor licensed #RG0066513.
Look at work I have done. If you like
it, hire me, Expert work and nothing
less. Of course free 'estimates. THE
HOUSE DOCTORS, 647-3300 or 1-
800-919-HOUSE. tfc 5/2

Mushroom Compost, $15 yard, any-
time, 648-5165. tfe 5/2

Working electric appliances, two elec-
tric. stoves, one drop-in stove, one'
'counter top & wall oven, one 18 cu. ft.
refrig. Call227-3333.






ABANDONED DOUBLEWIDE! 4 bd.,
2 ba. fireplace, glamour bath & much
more. Take over payments of $301.00
per month: Call 913-0402. 4tc 4/18

ASSUME PAYMENTSi 3 bd., 2 ba.,
fully loaded. Take over payments of
$249.00 per month. Call 913-0407.
4tc 4/18

NEW DOUBLEWIDE! 3 bd., 2 ba., su-
er nice. Payments as low as
$219.00. Must see! Call 1-800-309-
5591. 4tc4/18


APPLY BY PHONE Free, fast and EZ.
Call 913-0402. 4te 4/18


NEW 16X801 3 bd., 2 ba. glamour
bath, Islane stove, and much more,
Take over payments of $219.00 per
month. Call 913-6222. 4te 4/18





NOTICE
As of March 31, 1996, I will no longer
be responsible for debts incurred by
anyone other than myself, Michael C.
Willette. ltp 5/2






Male Shih Tzu, reading for 'breeding,
black and'white, AKC reg. Call for
info, 639-2559. tp 5/2

Monthly flea program need help? Ask
B&B Feed & Seed 639-5488 about the
HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR. Kills
male & female adult fleas. For dogs &
cats. 8tc3/28

DOG GROOMING PLUS, 227-3611.
Professional grooming, special dis-
counts for weekly bathing, dipping
available. Boarding for dogs & cats.
tfc 5/2

PET & PROPERTY TENDERS. In
your home pet sitting by Joey and
SMarie Romanelli, 229-1065. tfc 5/2-


2.5 lots with 12/x54' mobile home,
needs repair. Olive Avenue, Beacon
Hill, $26,000. Call 647-5127.
2tc' 5/2

St. Joe Beach 3 bdrm., 2 ba. modu-
lar home on.corner lot Lg. liv. rm.,
cathedral ceilings, ceiling fans. Pri-
vate master suite w/garden tub &
sep. dressing area. Price includes
range, reflg., microwave, carpet,
blinds, 3-pc. living room suite. Lg.
garage w/workshop or storage area.
Front/back porches. Patio. $55,000.
Call 229-9205 after 5 p.m. tfc 5/2

1/2 Acre + Lots. Jones Homestead
area. Owner financing, easy terms,
Mobile homes and horses allowed.
Call Leonard Costin, 647-8317.
6tc 4/25


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
RALPH M. MILLS, SR.,
Plaintiff,
vs. CASE NO.: 95-0403-CA
JAMES WARD, RELEASE WARD, AND
ALL OTHERS CLAIMING TTILE HEREIN.
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JAMES WARD and RELEASE WARD, if alive,
and if dead, the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors and all other parties 1lalming






For Sale or Lease with Option to
Buy: 189 Barbara Dr., Port St Joe. 3
bd., 2 ba. modular home 24'x670. Vi-
nyl siding, roof over roof, cen. ac &'
heat, ceiling fans throughout, garden
tub, some appliances, 12x24 block
workshop, fenced yard, nice neighbor-
hood. Asking $48,000. Call days 227-
1342, evenings and weekends, 874-
2497. 4tp 4/25

For Sale by Owner: Lovely 3 bd. 1
ba. country style home on 2 Highland
View lots. The house is in very good
cond. & it is only 10 yrs. old. It is lo-
cated in a very good, neighborhood.
FEATURES INCLUDE: Cen. h&a, cen.
vacuum, oversize bathroom w/linen
closet, ceiling fans in very room, bay
window w/drapes, stove, Ig. pantry &
plenty of cabinets & counter top
space, privacy fence, Ig. shop,'
screened back porch, and 'a separate
laundry rm. Please call for an ap-
pointment at 227-1279. $48,000 firm.

The Best of Both Worlds! COUNTRY
LIVING on beautiful Wetappo Creek
(Gulf County) and orly 7 miles from
THE BEACHES. 3 bdrm., 1.5 bath,
DR, LR, Ig. FL rm. & laun. rm., cen.
h/a, ww carpet, stone.fp, on secluded
1/2 acre w/deeded access to boat
launching and campground facilities.
$65,000. 648-8334. 2tc 4/25 '
Hwy., 98, Highland View, was
$88,500, now $78,500, Three year old
immaculate 2 bdrm., 1 ba. on pilings,
under house parking, storage rm.,
fish house, much more. Best bay view
around. 227-1659. 2tp 5/2

For Sale by Owner: 12'x47' mobile
home on 1/2 acre, Overstreet commu-
nity. Appliances included, hook-ups
for washer/dryer, metal storage bldg.,
fish pond access on property,
$19,000. Call 648-5372 or 229-6114.
4tc 4/11.


Boardwalk, Cape San Blas. 2 bed-
room, 2 bath, 3 decks, 108 Boardwalk
Ave. $1,15,000. Call 6471-3828.

1/2 acre lots, 5 miles n. of Overstreet
Bridge at Creekview Subd.. with sep-
tic tank .& well. $2.5000 down,
$132.16 mo. Call George. 229-6031.
tfc 5/2

For sale by owner: 5 bdrm.. 2 bath
home at Mexico Beach. No damage by
Opal. 40' LR. 40' screened porch, cov-
ered parking for 6 vehicles, large lot
648-4550. tfe 5/2

Business for Sale: Phantry Building
and extra lot. Income producing.
Three business units downstairs and
a manager's apartment. Four hotel
rooms w/full baths upstairs. 24 cli-
mate-controlled mini-storage units
upstairs and down. Best location In
town for detail outlets. Call 1-800-
800-9894. tfc 5/2


Howard Creek: Murphy Rd., 3 bdrm.,
2 ba. 1,850 sq. ft., cen. h&a,,fans,
carpet, fireplace, porches, double car-
.port, vinyl & stone siding, plenty stor-
age. Come see, make offer. 827-1725
or 827-6855. tfc 5/2


For Sale: Cape San Blas, 2 bdrm., 2
ba. house, steel roof on 1/2 acre lot
joining St. Joe State Park property on
bay side, $63,000. Call 229-2740 or
227-2046 for appt. tfc 5/2

2.73 acres for sale at Sunshine
Farms, corner lot, $15,000'negotia-
ble. 827-2379. tfc 11/9

For sale by owner: two story new
home, 2048 sq. ft., 3 bdrm., 2 1.2
bath, master bdrm., 22'x16' with gar-
den tub, sunken- den w/fireplace and
home theatre system with surround
sound. Front and rear porch, 12'x16'
util. shed. By appt. only. 101 Yaupon,
229-6411. tfc 5/2

Half acre lots for sale, Hwy. 386,
Overstreet, Creekview Subd., $500
down. $96.48 per month, 120
months. Call and leave message. 229-
6031. tfc 5/2

S1/2' acre lot with septic tank. Over-
Sstreet Road. Owner financing, 227-
2020, ask for Billy. tfc 5/2.

LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery Road.
1 mile off Overstreet Road, 9 miles
south of Wewa. Owner financing. Call
229-6961.. t fc5/2


SEASHORES HOUSE FOR
SALE, nice stucco 3 bdrm., .2'
ba.; Lanai w/heated pool; gar-
age & storage bldg. $110,000.
206 Narvaez St.
647-3281
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Consignments for Auctions: Wade
Clark.. Auctions, 904-229-9282.
AB12139, AU 1737. 4tc 5/2

Wanted: Someone to sit with elderly
lady Saturday nights. Call 827-2970.
2tc 5/2

Tandy computer printer, $40. Want to
Buy: 12 ga. automatic shotgun and a
10-12 ft. trrampplline. Both must be
In good cond. and reasonably priced.
Call 229-9112 (8 am to 5 pm) or 229-
8247 (after 5 pm). 2tp 5/2


by, through, under or against them; and all
unknown natural persons, if alive and if dead or
not known to be dead or alive, their' several and
respective unknown spouses, heirs, devisees,
rantees, creditors and all other parties claiming
by, through or under those unknown natural
persons; and all claimants, persons, or parties,
natural or corporate, or whose exact legal status is
unknown, claiming under any of the above-named
or described defendants or parties or claiming to
have any right, title, or interest in and to the lands
which are the 'subject matter of this action.
YOU ARENOTIFIED that an action to foreclose, to
quiet title, to set aside the mortgage and for
damages on the following property in Gulf County,
Florida:
Lots 9 and 10 of Block 8 of Unit 4,
Riverslde Estates, Addition to Iola
according to the official map or plat
thereof on file in the office of the Clerk
of Circuit Court, Gulf County, Florida.
has been filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, If any, to it
on Sher ,L Allan, the Plaintiffs attorney, whose
address is 434 Magnolia Avenue, Panama City.
Florida 32401. on or before JUNE 10, 1996, and
file the onginal with the clerk of this court either
before service on the plaintiffs attorney or
rmmediaLely thereafter, otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition
DATED ON April 17, 199.
.Benny ULister .
As Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ C. Bridges
As Deputy Clerk
2tc, April 25 and May 2, 1996.
IN THE cOUNTY COURT
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
JACKIE EARL SHEFFIELD and
DONNIE RAYSHEFFIELD,
Plaintiffs,
vs. CASE NO.: 96-56-CA
THE ESTATE OF JACK SHEFFIELD,
Defendant
NOTICE O ACTION
TO: THE ESTATE OF JACK SHEFFIELD, his
unknown spouses, heirs, devisees. grantees,
'creditors, and all other parties claiming by,
through, under or against him or the estate and
their respective unknown assigns, successors in .
interest, trustees and all claimants, persons or
parties, natural or, corporate, or whose exact legal
status is unknown, claiming under any of the
above named or described Defendant or parties or
claiming to have any right, title or interesting and
'to the lands herinafter described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to quiet title on
the following described property in Gulf County,
Florida, to-wit:
Alh of Block 12. except: Begin at the
Northwesterly corner of Block, 12 and
run southerly a distance of 35 feet
along the Westerly boundary line.f said
block to a point;, thence easterly and
lraillel with the Southerly boundary
line of said block to a point where said
line intersects the Northerly boundary ,
line of said block, thence northwesterly
along the Northerly boundary line of
said block to the Point of Beginning,
according to the Official Map of the
City of Port St. Joe,. Florida on file In
the Office of the Clerk of Circuit of Gulf
SCounty. Florida.
has been filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses. If any, to it.


on CHARLES A. COSTIN; ESQUIRE, Plaintiffs
attorney, whose address is Post Office Box 98, Port
St. Joe., .FL 32456, on or before May 9th, 1996,
aid to file the original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter, otherwise, a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint or Petition.
DATED ON April 8, 1996.
Benny Lister
As Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ Marian Parker
As Deputy Clerk '
4tc. April 11. 18, 25 and May 2, 1996.


NEW LISTINGS:
Luxury by the Pier #6, 117 E. S. 39th St.
WATERFRONT Two bedroom, 2 1/2 ba. townhome.'
Living, dining, and kitchen combination overlook the
Gulf! Nice decor and furnishings, equipped and ready
for seasonal rental or year round living. Screened porch
off, living area and sun deck off master bedroom'
overlook the Beach! Excellent rental property.
$142,500.00
8113 Alabama Street, Sea Shores Subdivision
Lovely spacious three bedroom, two.full bath single
family home on large corner lot. Formal living room has
two sided free standing stonefireplace and separates
dining area Great kitchen has abundance of all wood
cabinets and counter space, also center work island
w/storage. Large pantry. Split bedroom floor plan.
Beautiful large master bedroom has full walk-in closet
with jacuzzi garden tub and nice dressing area.
Screened porch off dining area has view of the Gulf!
Double car garage. Much more. $108,000.00
Wynsong Drive Mexico Beach New Construction!!
Pr-Construction Sale! Three bedroom, two full
bath:single family home soon to be under construction.
1408 + sq. ft. heated and cooled living area with
covered front porch and back cement patio area.
Double car garage w/automatic garage door openers.
Central Heat/AC. Appliances include refrigerator w/ice
Maker, electric range, dishwasher, disposal. Ceiling
fans w/light in all rooms. Vaulted ceiling in living &
dining room. Total exterior viny siding for maintenance
free living. Landscaped yard w/shallow well and
sprinkler system. Pre-Construction Contract, Buyer may
choose colors of vinyl, carpet, and appliances. Call for
floor plans and further information. $89,900.00
Pre-Construction Price $85,000.00
218 Triton Street, Beacon Hill Three bedroom, one
bath two story stucco: home. On nice corner lot with
shade trees. Downstairs has living, dining, and kitchen
;' combination. Upstairs has three bedrooms, and full
bath. Window AC. Appliances include refrigerator,
range, gas hot water heater. Utility room has washer
and dryer hook-ups. Needs some updating. $59,000.00
MEXICO BEACH
100 25th St. (Corner Hwy. 98), Beachside. 3 bdrm., 2 full ba.
single family stilt home on the Beachside!l Excel. view of the
Gulf.from covered front porch! On 75'x100'. corner lot.
Completely furnished Living, dining, and kitchen combination
has sliding glass doors that leads to covered porch and has
great view,of the Gulf! Kitchen includes refrigerator, range, and
microwave. Cen. electric heat & AC! Covered parking under
house. Outdoor shower. Good rental history! $105;000.00.
107 N. 38th St., Mexico Beach. OWNER SAYS MAKE AN
OFFER!Lovely CANAL FRONT 3 bdrm., 1 & 1/2 ba. brick
home on TWO beautiful'lots on cul de sac and on corner of,
CANALi This home is in excel. cond. irm. has ceiling fan;
nice kit. & dining area h1s sljg & a cabinets! Florida
rm. overlooks the c as f fan& ngs. Wood boat
dock on canal has el e'ellI li rICement sea wall w/
extra tie backs! Detseddbl. car garage has automatic
garage door opener. Cement driveway. Great location on canal
& nice neighborhood. Corner canal lot also has additional
septic tank. ien. h & AC. Must see this one! By appt. only.
Much, much more! $.26.,0.- REDUCED, only
$229,500.00.
118 N. 38th St. Mexico Beach a rare find! CANALFRONT
single family home on beautiful 'lot with boat dock and
block sea wall!!This 3 bdrm., 2ba. 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. AC! Under ground '
sprinkler system w/shallow well & pump for yard. Lovely yard
area. Single car covered carport w/cerent drive. for 2 other
cars. Boat dock on canal 6'X30' w/water at dock. Great second
home or primary residence! Much more! $142,500.00.

OVERSTREET
Pine Street 1.02 acres with power pole on property! 1 270 close
to canal. $ 0,000.00. Reduced to %15.000
PORT ST. JOE -
Long Avenue, 120' x 172.5' lot in nice residential area. Close to
schools and shopping. BIk 71,. Lots 13 & 14. $23,990.99.
REDUCED $21,000.00.


NOTICE OF INTENT TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to Chapter
865.09 Florida Statutes, the undersigned intends
to register with the Division of Corporations,
Department of State the fictitious trade name
under which It will be engaged in business and in
which said business is to be carried on. to-wit
NAME TO BE REGISTERED: Bay Charters.
MAILING ADDRESS: 308 13th Street, Port St Joe,
Florida 32456.
OWNER (S): John and Pam Dixon.-
ltc, May 2. 1996.


S Fantasy Properties, Inc.

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


PRICE REDUCTION:
201 Third St., Mexico Beach. REDUCED from
$86,500.


NEW LISTINGS:
2701 Hwy. 98. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, brick home, central h/a, refrig-
erator, stove, and dishwasher. 100 feet on Hwy. 98, zoned
tourist/commercial. $149,900.
Gulf Front., 8231 Gulfaire Townhomes U.S. 98 BEACH-.
FRONT! Nice 2 BR 2.5 BA townhome. CH/A, roof, and roof exten-
sion over upper deck done within last few.years. This is a well
maintained unit. Furnished. Excellent rental. ONLY 2 BR 2.5 BA
ON MARKET! Good price $149,900.
BEACON HILL, HAVE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE. 121' on U.
S. 98, vacant land with 800 SF garage/storage has automatic
door. 2 septic tanks, well, city water meter, gas. Zoned-
Commercial/Residential. BIG PLUS 6' beach access on beach
side. $97,000.
PORT ST. JOE, 1307 Long Avenue. Neat 3 BR 1 BA home with
chain link fence and storage house. Great starter home. $44,900.

UNFURNISHED RENTALS
Mexico Beach. 2 BR, 2 BA upstairs unit, all electric, com-
pletely updated, w/d hookup, stove, d/w, ch/a, $600 month.


Mexico Beach. 3 BR 2 BA townhouse on the canal. Long term
lease required. $700 month.
Mexico Beach. 3 BR, 2 BA home, dishwasher, washer/dryer,
icemaker refrig,, laundry rm., cen. h /a, nice neighborhood..$725
month.
JOHN M. DELORME, Realtor ELLEN F. ALLEMORE, Realtor

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FEATURE OF THE WEEK! T
SANDOLLAR COTTAGE #1, 7105 Hwy. 98,
Beacon Hill. Enchanting WATERFRONT A-frame
style cottage! One bdrm with one loft style bdrm ,
one full bath! Cathedral ceiling w/celing fan in liv,
din. and kit.. area Lg sun decks on front & back
overlook the gulf! Completely furnished &
equipped. Good rental history! Possible assumable
mortgage. On shared-septic system. On 38'
Gulffront x 223.82' deep lot. Must see this pne!
Only $98,500.00.

ST. JOE BEACH
WINDCHASE TOWNHOMES I & II 708 GULFAIRE Dl
GULFAIRE SUB. Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath stucco & i
townhomes in nice residential, sub. Contempor
designed floor plan. Foyer entry has dramatic Liv.
rm. has wood burning fireplace w/c full wall
accented w/rich woo piw e u Dnl ut Dining area-has
Glass slidg or thleftfback pao-area: Kitchen has pass
Sthru servini a, and nice European Style cabinets
w/oak trim Wradzustable shelves.- Bathrooms have ceramic, bath
accessories, and cast iron bathtubs w/ceramic.tile enclosures. All
bedrooms have full size closets with vented shelving. Single car
garage w/finished'interior. Short walk to beach, pool, and tennis
courts. Would make excellent year round home or second home!
2 Much more! $68,500.00 each.
219 Buccaneer Dr., Gulfaire Sub. Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 full
bath stone & cedar home on beautifully landscaped corner lot.
Lg. liv. and din. great room. Large kitchen w/breakfast area has
abundance of cabinets and butcher block counter tops. Master
bedroom has full bath and lighted walk-in closet. Large utility
room has washer and dryer hook-ups. Cen. elec. heat/AC (heat
pump),. Double car garage w/automatic garage door opener.
New Berber carpet throughout!! Mint condition!! Must see this
one! $112,900.00.

LOT LISTINGS
CANAL FRONT, 38th St. Canal front corner lot. On cul de
sac with concrete block sea wall, septic tank, and double car
detached garage!! Beautiful' palm trees, landscaped' yard!
$95,900.00. Mexico Beach Unit 8, BIk. #, Lot 7.
Colorado Drive, 100' x 158.33' lot. Unit 14, BIk. C, Lot 9, $9,000..
7th St., Mexico Beach, 100'X158.33' lot. On paved street.
Walking distance to the beach. Unit 14, BIk C, Lot 12.
$13,500.00
Corner New Mexico & MylanlJlvd. (2) 100 x 158.33 lots.
Only short walk to ttfic each Unit 14, Blk A, Lots
2 & 4;,$18,000.00 fd b togBfnhe.
Lucia Ave., Beacon Hill. 100 x 120 fenced lot only a short
distance to the Beach! Cleared arid ready for building. Beacon
Hill Estates BIk 1, lot 4. S15,000.00.
Arizona Dr. & California Dr. (3) 100 x 108.33 cleared lots in
residential area. Unit 14, Blk E, lots 13, 15, 16. $15.000.00 each
or all 3 together for $27,000.00.
Texas Drive (2) 100x100 lots. Unit- 14, BIk G, Lots 9, 10,
$8,000.00 each.
7th Street 100x108 lot.: ~h Bv&v d t. Walking distance to the,
Beach. Unit 14, BIk Di .00
Magnolia Ave.: 7 1 t lyt od gulf
view. Unit 1. W wlytV27,0 w- '
California Drive: 100 x 108.33 lot w/lg. septic ,tank. Nice
neighborhood. $12.000.00. Mexico Beach Unit 14, BIk E, Lot
12.
Comer Texas Dr. and Hwy. 386-A: Two large corner lots with
nice shade trees. Nice neighborhood." $20,000.00. Mexico
Beach Unit 14, Blk F, Lots 24, 26.
41 st 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.

GULFAIRE
Gulfaire Dr., 75'x125' home lot. Blk. D, Lot 22, Phase II,
$16,000.00.
CRISTIN'S CURVE: Large home lot on cul de sac. Gulfaire Phase
IV, BIk J, Lot 5. $20,000.00.
Gulfaire Drive 80.7 x 126.88 home lot. Blk C, $16,000.00. Owner
will consider financing!
Periwinkle Dr. 75 x 125 lot, Blk F, Lot 6. $30 000.00.


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H~armon 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
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