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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 9, 1996
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FIFTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 36


THE


STAR


INDUSTRY DEEP WATER PORT FINE PEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 9,1996


Light Municipal Election Ballot On Tap For Next Tuesday


Next Tuesday will be election day in Port St.
Joe, with the City's electors making a selection
between two candidates to serve as City Com-
missioner for a two year term.
This year, the two-year terms of two incum-
bent commissioners expire. Both veteran com-
Ipissioners Johnny Linton and Bill Wood have
finished their most recent terms with both
qualifying to seek re-election to another term.
Both members of the board began their ca-
reers in city government at the same time-
1990. Both say they are seeking re-election to
see major projects through to completion which


have been started on their watch. John Reeves
is the lone opponent in Tuesday's election.:
Reeves has long been involved in civic activities
in the city. He is seeking the position now held
by Bill Wood.
The major projects currently in the plan-
ning stages and scheduled to begin construc-
tion within the next month or two are: revitali-
zation of downtown Port St. Joe and building of
a new marina facility.
The downtown project has been in the plan-
ning, permitting, engineering and financing,
status for the past eight years. It will include


completely renovating drainage, paving, side-
walks and the traffic arrangements for down-
town Port St. Joe. The project is scheduled to
'be completed by the end of the year.
The marina project is another major under-
taking the commission is aiming at. With fi-
nancing on hand for both jobs, the marina pro-
ject is in the process of obtaining all necessary
permits for construction to begin.
SINGLE QUESTION ON BALLOT
While the two incumbents point to the im-
portance of this year's selection at the polls,
one commissioner-Johnny Linton-goes back


into office unopposed.
The other 'incumbent, Bill Wood, and his
opponent John Reeves, both emphasize the im-
portance of Tuesday's election.
With just one post to be decided, both can-
didates point to a need of the voters to express
their choice.
Polls will be open all day long in the Fire
Station. They will open at 7:00 a.m. and close
at 7:00 p.m. Absentee ballots are now available
for those who need them, at the office of Elec-
tions Supervisor, Cora Sue Robinson at the
Gulf County Courthouse.


Paper Mill Up-and Running A ainafri ange imminent


The two paper machines and bleach plant of St. Joe For-
est Products Company's paper mill cranked up again Monday
morning, with the 7:00 a.m. shift after sitting idle since
April 7. It was the first time in 10 years that the mill has
been shut down for any other reason than to make repairs.
All shifts have reported back to work once again after the
month off.
The start up of production still did not settle apprehen-


sion here in Port St. Joe, due to the pending change of own-
ership, expected to take place before the month is over.
Ownership will change from St. Joe Paper Company, who
has owned and operated the mill since its construction in
1937, to ownership by 4M Corporation and Stone Container.
The new corporation will operate under the name of Florida
Coast Paper Company LLC. assuming their are no gliches in
the sale and change of ownership in the next few days.


Court Rules Against State; For Fishermen


Florida's commercial fisher-
men had Circuit Judge William L.
,Gary rule in their favor last week.
awarding them more money for
their fishing nets. The state of
Florida had given vouchers when
the nets were collected for a cer-
tain amount and redeemed them
at only a fraction of their face
worth.
The fishermen filed suit
against the state for full restitu-
tion.


The ruling was made in the
Second Judicial Circuit in and for
Franklin County.
Judge Gary's ruling last
week awarded the nearly 300
fishermen approximately 70%
of what the state had promised,
for a total of $5,425,819.47.
The fishermen were asking for
$7,409,224.84. The fishermen
will receive $2,765,000 imme-
diately and the remainder later


in the year.
The fishermen had already
received the $2,765,000. but re-'
fused to:cash the checks until
they were assured through a
court order the act of cashing the
vouchers wouldn't Intimate they
had received payment in full.
Even so 58 members of those
falling suit objected to the ruling,
claiming it'wasn't for the amount
they had been promised and that


they did not agree with the
amount of attorneys' fees request-
ed. Attorneys [six of them, includ-
ing J. Patrick Floyd of Port St.
Joe] took the case based ion re-
ceiving no fee if no additional re-
covery was awarded. Their fee
was set by the same Judge's rul-
ing.
No objections to the ruling
were entered by 299 members to
the suit.


City Completes



Acquisition of



Hess Property

Mayor Proposes Shift of New Marina to Location
S The Port St. Joe City Commission officially completed the ac-
quisition of the 28-acre Hess Oil site from Amerada Hess Oil Com-
pany Tuesday night. They agreed to accept the deed for the prop-
erty in exchange for $10 paid by the city to Hess.
The board expressed their gratitude to Anierada Hess for the
gift during the meeting and vocalized their excitement about the
future prospects for the property. Mayor Pate spoke up in support
of immediately proceeding with shifting the site of the city's pro-
posed marina to the Hess property. i
Port St..Joe has $675,000 of federal grant funds to help con-
struct a marina but they have met with some difficulties trying to
find an acceptable, permittable site for its construction within the
city. The proposed site was shifted to a location adjacent to Raf-
field's Fisheries on the Intracoastal Waterway.
With the acquisition of the Hess property, the board and mari-
na committee members feel the site could be relocated within the
city and be permittable since the' marina would be dug out.behincL...
the edtfiig bulkheads:'The board unanimously approved seeking
to have the grant funds and marina project shifted to the Hess
property site.
The commissioners also discussed the possibility of leasing
the giant bulk oil tanks, located on the property, for possible
aquaculture containers to raise marketable fish and or shrimp.
PARK PLANNED ON MADDOX PROPERTY
Tying all the projects in the downtown area together, the
board also discussed developing the recently acquired "old Mad-
dox Homesite property" into a usable park area. They asked Phil-
lip Jones, Preble-Rish Engineers, to draw up plans similar to the
"Under the Oaks" park in Parker.
Jones also told the board that he was working on a $50,000
grant application to help fund proposed work on 'the property
which also includes refurbishing the old Maddox home into offic-
es for the Gulf County Chamber of Commerce. The property is lq-
cated along St. Joseph Bay between Frank Pate Jr. Park and the
Hess property.
TRANSFER TRIPARTITE AGREEMENT
The board approved a request from St. Joe Paper Company to
substitute Four M Corporation/Stone Container in place of St.
Joe Paper Company on the tripartite committee overseeing the op-
erations of the city's Wastewater Treatment Plant.
The tripartite consists of the City of Port St. Joe, Arizona
Chemical Company and St. Joe Paper Company, which entered
(See ACQUISITION on Page 3)


,. James R. "Jim" Purswell' David Young
Pirswell Seeking Young Joins In
District One Seat Commission Race


Another candidate has joined
the pool of those seeking to be
the Gulf County Commissioner to
represent District One during the
next term.
His statement, as tendered to
The Star is as follows:
'":Hello, District 1 votess"
":'My name is James R. (Jim)
Purswell and I am seeking the of-
fice of Gulf County >Comm. Dist.
1. I'm a lifelong resident of Gulf
Co. with 23 years employment
with Gulf Co.. Road Dept. Your
vote and support will be greatly
appreciated."


David Young announced his
intention to seek the office of
County Commissioner of district
3 of Gulf County..
David, a lifelong resident of
Gulf County has lived on St. Joe
Beach since 1971 with his wife,
Marsha and their three sons,
Robbie, Davy and Russell.
David is a Veteran of Foreign
War having served in the U. S.
Navy between 1965 and 1969
aboard the aircraft carriers,
U.S.S. Oriskany and U.S.S. En-
terprise during the Vietnam con-
(See YOUNG on Page 3)


Ray Dickens
Dickens District
One Candidate
Ray Dickens, of Wewahitch-
ka, has announced his intent to
run for the office of County Com-
missioner of Gulf County of Dis-
trict 1.
In making his proclamation,
he gave The Star the following
statement:
"I have been honored and
blessed to serve the people of We-
wahitchka as their Mayor for elev-
en years and also to serve as a
City Commissioner for five years
prior to my term as Mayor.
It has been great experience
(See DICKENS on Page 3)


Wayne White
White Announces
For Sheriff Race
Wayne White, former Execu-
tive Director and Chief Investiga-
tor of the State Attorneys' office
for the 14th Judicial Circuit an-
nounces his candidacy for the of-
fice of Gulf County Sheriff.
A Gulf County resident since
1955, Wayne, his wife Geraldine
and sons Mike, Gary, and Ste-
phen, along with their families,
all reside in Port St. Joe. One
son, Guy and his family reside in
Carmi, Illinois.
He began his career in law
enforcement as a Deputy Sheriff
(See WHITE on Page 3)


James E. "Jamie" Lester
Lester Enters
Appraiser's Race
The following is a press re-
lease presented to The Star on
Monday of this week:
"James E. "Jamie" Lester has
announced his candidacy for the
office of Gulf County Property Ap-
praiser. Jamie and his family,
Robin and 10-month old son,
Trey, have been a part of five gen-
erations from Gulf County. This
includes his father, James E. "Bo-
John" Lester of Wewahitchka, his
mother, Joyce D. Wynn, and his
grandparents, Ed and:. Marie
Wynn of Port St. Joe".
(See LESTER on Page 3)


John Reeves
Reeves Jumps
In City Election
John Reeves, long time resi-
dent of Port St. Joe has an-
nounced his intentions to seek
the office of City Commissioner of
Port St. Joe. John is married to
the former Renee Phillips, a life-
long resident of Port St. Joe. They
have two children, Bryan, 17 and
Brittany, 12, and the family at-
tends the First Baptist Church in
Port St. Joe. John has been em-
ployed at the paper mill since
1979 and has also owned and op-
erated a small business since
1982.
(See REEVES on Page 3)


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We'll Show You!
THE GULF COUNTY Commission gave the Florida Depart-
ment of Environmental Protection their answer to DEP's sugges-
tion that driving on the south county beaches be stopped. The
county declared and established a beach access point last week,
telling DEP, in no uncertain terms they didn't intend to stop
beach driving in the "Stump Hole" locale as long as the people of
the county wanted to continue doing so in unprecedented num-
bers.
The County Commission listened to the wishes of the people.
DEP should do likewise. DEP's main reason for prohibiting the
driving practice was that there were no legal access points to the
beach from Cape San Bias to a point north of the "Stump Hole",
the favorite and most accessible fishing spot of local anglers.
DER IS THE REASON there was no legal access point in the
vicinity. Several years ago, the predecessor to DEP, put up an
objection to parking on the side of the road in the area. They
said it was a traffic hazard.
The County Commission at the time made arrangements to
purchase some roadside property adjacent to the popular fishing
spot. An engineer was hired to draw up plans and specifications
for a parking spot. The plans were to stabilize the place with
ground up shells, so it would not be a pollution problem;
DEP turned "thumbs down" on the plan, simply because it
covered up a few cattails growing at the side of the road.
The contested area would have an adequate roadside parking
area today If the DEP hadn't been so unreasonable several years
ago.
SO,' WHAT HAPPENED? The County used. the same spot as
an entrance for vehicles to get on the beach, when DEP made its
latest attempt to stop driving altogether.
Which would have been better, according' to DEP and the
people who live near the beach in this vicinity? Why, the road-
side parking facilities would have made everybody happy. In-
stead, we have the access spot, provided by the county, in order
to make the vast majority of people happy, those who would gain
access to their favorite fishing spot.
If anybody wants to blame somebody for the popular move,
blame DEP. If you want to give credit for the beach access,
blame the same people. They goaded the County Commission


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| Hunker Down with Kes


by Kesley CQl. ;


Mothers Are Like That......


I've got a great Mother's Day
story for you today because it's
about a great mother. I first met
her in 1965. It was the fourth
day of my first week of college)
football practice. You talk about
being run over, smashed in the'
face, kicked in the gut, stepped
on, beat up--"Hey. youl" Now, we
had strips of tape with our name
on them stuck across our hel-
mets, but no coach was going to
dignify a rookie by actually call-,
ing him by name! "You, yes, I'MI
TALKING TO YOUI GET UP!
DON'T LAY ON THE GROUND
Your problem is that your mother
has alwcas cut your meat for
you. Well, YOUR MOTHER AIN'T
HEREI Get back in there and see,
if you can look like a football


into making a move.



Outlasted Need-
THE U. S. COAST GUARD has turned the Cape San Bias
navigational light off. They have pulled the switch after more
than 150 years of operation. The light had served mariners as
far back as the Civil War. It has been relocated three or four
times to meet the vagaries of the ever-shifting shoreline. The rea-
son for its forced moves is the reason it was there in the first
place. The. safe water' fo navigation was forever re-locating.
Shoals in the vicinity of the Cape and the entrance to Apalachi-
cola Bay around St. Vincent's Island, have claimed more than a
few boats.':: '
SThe Coast Guard claims that modern depth finders iow on
almost every boat and the use of sonar and other directional ;
aids have made the light something shifting shores, tides, hostile
acts and storms have not been able to do over the years; make
the light obsolete.
THE COAST GUARD says it can no longer justify the ancient
light. "It's not needed as a navigational aid any longer," says
Captain C. T. Bohner, commander of the Mobile District. This is
a tough pill to swallow. The light has been operable for more
than a century and has been given every attention to keep its .
beam cascading across the water. Dave Maddox tells some inter-
esting stories about the history of the light. He tells how it was
kept going around 'the turn of the century by the Lupton family;
by his own family. He tells of the lighthouse family's devotion to
duty, whoever It was at the time; their loneliness, their ever- 7._
present battles with hordes of insects ...
AT LEAST TWO LIGHTS serving the treacherous waters at
Cape San Bias have had the Gulf of Mexico claim them. They
had to be rebuilt nearer shore. The present light is several hun-
died yards from the shoreline. It stands majestically thrusting'.
its light above the pine trees. It is included in a book of impor-
tant lighthouses around the shores of the United States.
It has served its purpose well.
It's just ironic that while Mother Nature with all her ravages
was unable to squelch the light's beam, it just took a single sig-
nature of a bureaucrat to cut off its reflection forever. Cane


player this time."
I was over by the fence, wip-
ing blood off my face after prac-
tice. "You're a freshman." It
wasn't a question, but a simple,
direct introductory .statement,
"I'm Elizabeth Majors." My eyes
betrayed my thoughts as they
quickly took her in and darted
back toward the field-Coach
Majors had been yelling at me
since sun upl If she could only
guess how I felt right now .....
"Don't mind Shirley, he's always
got to 'be' the football coach."
She said it with such a disarm-
ing warmth and a wry smile. She
wasn't belittling him or placating
me. She was Just enjoying the
day and making a most astute
observation. As my college years
unfolded I came to realize this
rather short, unpretentious,
seemingly harmless lady was a
dynamite package of intelligence,
common sense, unfaltering loyal-
ty, tireless drive and abounding
love. My goodness, she made a


career out of enjoyable days and
astute observations
It took her less than ten min-
utes at that first meeting to have
my whole life story ... .. "Shir-
ley will test you, but something
tells me you will measure 'up."
She turned to go. I hated to see
her leave, it was the first decent
conversation I'd had since I'd
been here-"And Kes, you call
your Mother tonight," She had
paused at the end of the bleach-
ers, "Tell her you're O.K. and tell
her that I'm going to be looking
after you."
Six and a half months later
Coach Majors is smashing line
drives off my shins. "I thought
you were a baseball player. You
don't want to play ball If I had
anyone else . Colbert, the
problem is you're still reading all
your old high school press clip-
pings and you believe.
them" '
Well. at least he knew my
name.


The Majors' house was locat-:
ed between the baseball field and
the gym. Every day I'd drag back
toward the locker room, see Miss
E. waving from the yard and
think, WHENI When does my test
end?
"When" came half way
through my sophomore baseball
season. Coach came in one day,
smiling, with a brand new pair of
game pants. "Here, Kes, try these
on." We had, for sure, turned,
some corer.
I ran into Miss E. a few days
later, we made some small talk.
and, although neither of us men-
tioned it, I could tell she knew--
somehow she 'knew I'd "passed".
I've spent thirty years wondering.
if she didn't have something to
do with it. ....
Coach died in 1981. I called-
immediately. "Miss E., I'm so sor--
ry."
"Kes, he was at a field trial,
(See KESLEY on Page 3)


L.. -.
ield m h s Rla L to g e.
can Field of marchers startl'Relay dfor Life" to fight cancer Saturday.-- L '


er "survivors" prepare to initiate series of hikes.


Clowns "Flasher" Upton and Professor Whiz" Moore.


Arafat Gets $20 Mil Using Vinegar Bait Rather Than Honey


MY MOMMA ALWAYS told
me you 'can attract more bees
with honey than you can with
vinegar. She didn't tell me-or
else I didn't hear her say-what I
wanted to attract bees for in the
first place. Those little buggers
can sting you and make you hurt
yourself '
I always thought that was a'
pretty sage piece of advice.
should I ever find an application
for it. Well, I did find a place..It
fits right nicely in this column
this week and serves to explain
just how Yasser Arafat managed
to walkoff with that $20 million
last week ..'. which he probably
has no intention of repaying
He buzzed around President
Clinton like a honeybee around a
honeycomb and he just happened
to mention he would like to get
$20 mil while he was here in the
United States just to make the
trip worthwhile.
I want to mention that April
15, and tax paying day, had just
recently come and gone and the


-:.coffers, were reasonably well.
stocked. The $20 mil was in the
bank for getting.
No matter that the day just'
came last Wednesday when the
U. S. taxpayers started working
for 'themselves after .'having
worked for the government and
Its levied taxes thus far into the
new year. We were now working :
for ourselves and wouldn't miss.
that $20 mil too much.

WELL, OLD YASSER forgot
the honeybee example complete-
ly. Maybe in his thinking and ex-
perience you get more money at a
better rate if you tweak Uncle


Sam's nose, or if you Iub It In!
something which doesn't smell!
very nice .. like camel dung .
Yasser complained to all who I
would listen about how the Israe-;
lis (supposedly our friends) had i
been making a wreck of a section
of Palestine and refusing to let
Palestinian workers cross over
the line to work in Israel. There
were 120,000 deprived Palestini-
ans, I believe.
He shed a few more crocodile
tears because Israel's actions
were costing Palestine about "$6'
million a day because of the clo-
sure.'
The Israelis had taken these


measures against Yasser's people :
just because they had a habit
here recently of performing a se-
ries of suicide bombings and oth-
er acts of terrorism in Israel. The
Israelis took these measures to
protect themselves from the in-
convenient terror of indiscrimi-
nate bombings and deaths.
YASSER FIGURED it has al-
ways worked this way before, it
should work again!
But, lo and behold, the Na-
tional Press Club invited Yasser,
complete with his checkerboard
burnoose, to break bread with
them and began to show their un-
couth misunderstanding of why
such bombings should go on if
Yasser was intent on making
friends and influencing people to
lend him $20 mil he had no in-
tention of repaying?
Arafat seemed confident his
fellow Palestinians would have
their own state by the year 2000.
"No doubt it is coming," he said.
"No one can hide the sun with his


fingers."
Now, Yasser is using cliches!
Of course, his isn't quite so clear
as 'You attract more honeybees
with honey." That's pretty self ex-'
planatory. Yasser's cliche holds
more than a little of that Middle
Eastern mystique in among its
words.
It wasn't real plain, but I
think, loosely translated, it
meant, 'We'll see just how many
of our continued terrorist bombs'.
it will take to get our own coun-
try."
While Yasser is saying that, I
believe the Israelis are saying,
'You won't have much of a
chance to continue your terror-
ism acts if we shut you out of the:
country. If you persist, we are go-
ing to bomb the camel dung out
ofyoul"
I think they are saying, 'Two
can play this game," or "An eye
for an eye is fair exchange."

ARAFAT WENT ON to say, "I


hope Israel will reduce its collec-i'
tive punishment against our peo--.
ple." Likely they will if the Pales-. (
tinians reciprocate
It seems it is stated in their ;
written policy that it is part of
their purpose to "pursue an
armed struggle to destroy Israel."
Now, there is a statement de-
signed to encourage peace if I
ever heard one! '

ON THE FRONT page of a'
newspaper last week was a pic-'
ture of celebrants in Caracas,
Venezuela, burning an American
flag in a public celebration.
They're learning
Last week the Floridac Legisla-:
ture refused to allow Florida Pow'
er and Light to purchase Vene-
zuelan oil because of its polluting';:
qualities.
Florida seemingly has taken a
page out of the Israeli's handbook
on how to deal with friends and
how to deal with those who don't
think too highly of you.


St. Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Time Ht.
May 10 1:52 a.m. L 0.0 4:12 p.m. H 1.1

May 12 1:50 a.m. L. 0.4 10:13 a.m. H 0.8.
May 13 12:26 a.mn. L 0.5 9:34 'a.ni. H 1.0
r 6:33 p.m. L 0.3
May 14 9:37 a.m.H 1.2 7:12p.m. L 0.1
May15 9:57a.m.H 1.4 7:53p.m.L 0.0
May 16 10:25 a.m. H 1.5 8:35 p.m. L -0.1


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. Reeves
John stated he feels that be-
ing actively involved in the com-
munity over the past ten years
will prove to be an asset that he
will have as a city commissioner.
John lists the following posi-
tions, which he has been elected
and/or appointed to serve in over
the past years, as examples of his
community involvement:
Past member of the Port St.
Joe Parks Commission; coordina-
tor of grant money to renovate
the STAC House; Dixie Youth lit-
tle league coach (five years); past
chairman and vice chairman of
the Gulf County Parks Commis-
slori; past member of the Gulf
County Democratic Executive
Committee; Volunteer for Ameri-
can Cancer Society fundraisers,
"Jail For Ball"; Board Member,
Florida Panhandle Private Indus-
try Council, administers the Job
Training Partnership Act, 1989-
91, 1993-present, representing
labor for Gulf County; Port St.,
Joe Masonic Lodge No. 111, elect-
ed treasurer 1994, re-elected in
1995.; U.P.I.U. Local 379, elected
vice-president in 1994; 32nd De-
gree Scottish Rite Mason.
Most important to John is a
strong and sincere desire to serve
the people of Port St. Joe. John
stated, "I have worked hard for


Kesley
(From Page 2)
with his dogs. Don't you know
how happy he must have been ..

Typically, she was consoling,
ime. Amazing!
; I drove a hundred miles out
of th'livay a couple of summers
back just to check on her. Won-
derful memories flooded over me
as I knocked on the'back door of
the' familiar,: well-kept brick
house "out by the ball field." And
I was a little apprehensive. I
hadn't seen Miss E. in ten years.
She was way up In her seventies
now, she may not recognize or
remember an unannounced call-
er from her distant past--Why.',
Kesley Colbertl" She pushed
open the screen door to give me
a hug, "What a wonderful sur-
prisel" She asked about Cathy.
with a C" and her "fifth grade
class". And she correctly sur-
mised, "that Josh and Jess must
be almost grown by now". I have
no idea how she knew and kept
up with all she knew and kept
up with. You'd a' thought she'd
been sitting there waiting for me
Sto knock on that door.
Amazing!
And before you start think-
ing I must be a special case-let
me assure you. she treated thou-
sands that passed through her
sunny world in exactly the same
way. That was her greatness!
Elizabeth Bobo Majors died
April 26, She was just two weeks
short of her eighty-second Moth-
er's Day. Somehow, in my heart,
I know there's a connection.
The extensive newspaper
coverage of her death dwelled on
her football family and her roll as
Tennessee football's first lady.
They probably didn't know she
was an artist, a teacher, a musi-
cian, a humorist, a great human-
itarian, a wonderful cook, an in-
formed, concerned citizen and,
without a doubt, the greatest lis-
tener ever to draw a breath.
Those newspaper folks got it
all wrong-they reported her to
be the wife of legendary Coach
Shirley Majors and the mother of
-famed football player and coach,
John Majors-in fact, in both
cases, it, was the other way'
around.
I will never forget her. She
didn't need a piece of tape stuck
to your forehead to know who
9 you were. There are those who
knew her better, some who un-
doubtedly loved her as much,.
but none that could have appre-
ciated her. any more than that
scared little freshman who stum-
bled across her path in 1965.
The newspaper story came
up short again when it men-
tioned only six of her children,
John, Bill, Joe. Shirley Ann, Lar-
ry and Bobby-she had hun-
dreds ........
With Love and Respect,
Kes

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the children of our city, and
that working together wit
other commissioners we can
vide our future adults, with
ty activities and actively p
employment opportunities
them."
John asks in his can
slogan that you, "Elect a wi
. man for a better Port St. Jo


0 White
with the Gulf County Sheril
flee in 1955, achieving the
of Chief Deputy. In 1970 1
reer continued when he ac
a position with the State
ney's Office as Chief Inves'
where he remained until
year.
White feels that with h
years in law enforcement d
ing, and investigating some
most heinous homicides 1
simplest of crimes; and wi
extensive administrative e
ence, charged with the su
sion and direction of 80 en
ees including atto
investigative, and adminis
personnel; and being respo
for a state budget in excess
million dollars; qualifies h
fill the trusted position as
sheriff.
White feels that the Sh
Office should operate wil
"open door" policy in res
problems before they occur
pledges his office will beco
vital part of the commun
well as enforcing the laws.
White stated, "I promise
the people of Gulf County
will be a sheriff for all the p
and I will never embarras!


AddeA


Continued From


Both Rivalry and Helpfulness Alive and V


Letter to the Editor
It has been stated by sports-
writers that the rivalry between
Port St. Joe and Wewa Is one of
the best in Northwest Florida.
However, the relationship be-
tween the two schools Is also very
supportive of and helpful to each
other at the same time.
Wewa had the opportunity to
host the district track meet but
because the track In Wewa is in-
adequate at the present. Scott
Gowan offered the use of the
track in Port St. Joe. Wes Taylor
and Chris Early allowed Coaches
Gowan, Rainwater, Stevens. Sell-
ers and Epplnette to assist at the


meet itself, supervising s
events. Also, School board
ber Charlotte Pierce grac
volunteered to record the sc
I would like on the be]
Wewa High School and the
High School track team
press our heartfelt thanks t
ryone in Port St. Joe who h
out, making the meet a great
cess, and although we may
vals, we wish all the' S
coaches, athletes, and tear
best of luck and hop to see
state.
S Sincerely,
Don Rich.
Coach/Wewa Track


Page 1
SI feel or this important office. Remem-
h the ber, a law enforcement officer is
n pro- only as good as the people will al-
quali- low him to be but this is earned
pursue only through respect. An officer
s for must constantly be mindful of the
welfare of others, honest in' their
ipaign thoughts and actions in both per-.
orking sonal and official life."
e" .
OLester
"Since graduating from We-
fs Of- wahitchka High School, he has
e ran- earned a Masters Degree in Busi-
is ca- ness Administration from Liberty
c University, a Bachelors Degree in
cepted Public Administration, and is also
Attor- a State Certified Residential Ap-
tigator praiser and licensed Florida Real
1 this Estate Broker."
is 39+ "Along with his education he
direct- has gained extensive experience
of the in real property matters, budget-
to the ing, and personnel management.
th his his experience includes working
experi- two and a half years in the Bay
ipervi- County Property Appraiser's Of-
mploy- fice, plus being part owner in a
mey, real estate tax consulting firjn,
trtive where he fought on the side of the'
nsible property owner for lower property
of 3.5 valuations. Currently, Jamie is
tiim to working with PBS&J Inc., as a
our Real Estate Specialist and also a
Syour real estate appraiser appraising
sheriffs property in Gulf Countyfor indi-
th an viduals and several financial in-
olving stitutions:"I ;
r,; and "Because: Jamie fought
3me a against higher property values,
ity as taxes, and the bureaucracy be-
.hind being treated fairly, he is
e you confident being on the same side
that I as the property owner gives him
people, that understanding and fairness
s you, that people deserve. He wants to
" yo ,. .,( .


for me during which I have
-, leaned may things about the op-
eration of government. Therefore.
I believe this will better qualify
me to serve the people of District
I as their Commissioner."
In closing, Dickens added, "I
Well Invite you to check my record of
'service. This will aid you In mak-
everal' ing a choice for your Commission-
mem- er. Your help, support and prayers
olously will be greatly appreciated."
oring.
half of Youno
Wewa
to ex-a flct.
to eve-
helped He Is presently employed with
at suc- St. Joe Forest Products Compa-
be rl- ny.
t. Joe In making his statement Da-
ns the vid pledged that as your county
you at commissioner he would be availa-
tl. to.you to serve you efficiently
and fairly. He stated that he feels
with your help he will be able to
restore a confidence in county
government.


Congratulations Gold Card Members


Recently I had the privilege of
attending the annual Port St. Joe
High School Gold Card Club Ban-
quet. As a former teacher, it was
a rewarding experience to see the
large group of students receive
awards for academic excellence.
To be a member of this elite
group, one must be an honor roll
student. Many have been in the
Gold Card Club throughout all
their high school years. In addi-
tion to scholastic achievements, a
large number of these students
participate on one or more of Port
St. Joe's outstanding athletic
teams.
- ',A highlight of the evening was
the motivational address given by
Ed' Holland. a Port St. Joe High
School graduate. As vice presi-
dent, of the Southern Company,
one of the nation's largest utili-
ties, Mr. Holland exemplifies the
success that the future can hold
for many who excel academically.
To know, a former PSJHS
graduate, who like many others,
has excelled career-wise, is most
gratifying. Likewise, it is equally
rewarding to see the number of
Port St. Joe's current students


who appear ready to go forth and
make their mark in a similar
manner. My congratulations go to
the members of the 1995-96
school year Gold Card Club.
Yours very truly.
Caroline E. Norton,
Gulf County School Board,
District Three


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be a fighter against the bureau-
cracy of the State, and put under-
standing, fairness, knowledge,
friendliness, back in the hands of
Sthe people: By electing Jamie as
property appraiser, he will be the
.:voice that stands behind the peo-
* ple of the county, because they
are the tax payers. Those individ-
,uals that are familiar with Jamie,
know he will stand firm for the
People because this is evident in
his character and personality.
Gulf County needs one of its own.
someone like-him that grew up in
Gulf County and now has experi-
ence and knowledge to help the
people."
"Jamie realizes that senior
citizens have played, and contin-
ue to play, an important role in
our society, and protecting their
rights today ensures protection in
the future. When he is elected
property appraiser, he will strive
to keep the public informed of
Slawis that effect them and will
stand firm in fighting those that
try to take away home owners
property rights and those that af-
fect our businesses which stip-
port our local economy."
"The people deserve someonee
that will stand up for. them and
work hard to protect their inter-
est along with beingfair in valu-
ing their property. Gulf County
means a great deal to Jamie be-
cause It's his home county. Ac-
cordingi to Jamie, 'Its not the
beautiful rivers, beaches, or lakes
that make Gulf County so great,
it's the people.' He wants to be a
working property appraiser for all
in Gulf County."


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into a contractual 30-year agreement in 1971 to construct and
operate the giant multi-purpose Wastewater Treatment Plant for
the City of Port St. Joe. The plant treats city sewage as well as in-
dustrial wastewater from the two local industrial plants.
In a letter from St. Joe Forest Products Company president,
Robert Nedley, the request was made in preparation for the sale of
pulp and paper mill operations to Four M Corporation and Stone
Container Corporation.
COMPOST PROJECT
The board received bids for a household waste shredder to be
used in their compost plant facilities which are under construc-
tion. Bids ranged from $18,475 to $113,917 for the shredder
prompting the board to turn the bids over to Public Works Super-
intendent Frank Healy to evaluate and select the lowest and best
bid.
The board also decided to advertise for bids to contract out
the concrete finishing work for the project.
When complete, the compost project should dramatically re-
duce the amount of garbage the city currently has to have incin-
erated as well as produce an usable by-product.
IN OTHER BUSINESS
Adopted a resolution to participate in statewide mutual aid
agreement in times of disasters.
Signed a proclamation declaring National Teachers' Day on
May 7, 1996.
Clerk Pauline Pendarvis reminded the board of a Depart-
ment of Environmental Protection program Thursday morning.
from 9-12, to discuss stormwater issues.




Ie BILL WOOD


Your City Commissioner


He has been an effective public
servant for Port St. Joe for six
years. Keep experience and
capability on your City
,Commission .


Actively involved in Downtown
SImprovement Marina Development
(this year)

Bill Wood was elected to the City
Commission in 1990:
"I am proud of the many improvements we have
made in parks, city-wide recreation and the many
other accomplishments during that time."
Interested in Port St. Joe for nearly 30 years;
,, 1968-1982, served .,n high school staff and as
S an assistant coach., ;I : : :i ;
1982 present; operated aan insurance business
in Port St. Joe
4 children through school system; Jeff, Greg,,
Kristian and Ryan.

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PAGE 4A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1996



Laura at Large. .
by Laura Rogers


Sleep Deprived and Brain Dead


Reception For

1996 Graduates
The 1996 graduates of Port
St. Joe High School will be hon-
ored with a reception given by the
vestry and congregation of St.
James Episcopal Church, It will


follow the Baccalaureate Service
Sunday, May 19, in,Coldeway
Hall of the church building.
Family, friends, and gradu-
ates are invited to join them for
this joyful event
St. James Church is located
at the intersection of Twenty-
second Street and Marvin Ave-
nue.


I keep telling folks that being
a cat-owner has, in many re-
spects, a lot of the similarities of
being a new mother. I get a lot of
'looks' and other comments when
I .say that but I stand by it. Both
positions cause you to be sleep
deprived and brain dead at times.
Only, with a new mama the kid
GROWS UP. With cats you get a
small creature with the personal-
ly of a sociopathic toddler in the'
throes of terrible two's "FUREV-
ER."
Last time I worked a late shift
I got home at about 2 a.m. That
put me well on the road to being
brain dead, because I stop talking
in coherent sentences after about
10 p.m. So, without paying any
attention to my little monsters,
er...cats, I lay my weary body
down and prayed my "Lord,
"Make four hours of sleep feel like
eight", a prayer that I often pray
when I know morning is coming a
lot sooner than I want it to. What
I didn't know was my pets had
other plans for me.
First my Baby cat meows in
my ear. That only partially wakes
me from my coma-like stupor.
Then, she slaps me upside the
head. All that did was make me
mad, and still comatose. Then,
she goes from door to door, then
to every window in the house
meowing like she was again in
need of being "fixed". I'm awake,
mad, and ready to commit pet
abuse, or whatever you want to
call Iit But I maintain. First I
checkall possible problems. Food
dish full. Water dish, sparkling
fresh litter box, as good as it gets.
Cat toys everywhere. This cat
has no problems. I pick her up
and put.her in her bedroom and
close the door. Case closed right?
No way. She is beginning to
carry on as if the world had end-
ed. I jump, all self control gone,
and say out loud, "Okay, cat, it's
you and me...time for round onel"
Then Baby. knowing herself not
to be in mortal danger, dashed
under the bed to furtherest cor-
ner. Problem solved right?
Wrong. I lay down, in a mum-


my like position, sure that I'm
tired enough that even a small
nuclear missile wouldn't jar me.
All of sudden an eight pound
body leaps on my chest. That's
Catey, the cat who usually re-
sides in my bathroom window.
And then Baby, feeling brave
comes back and yowls in my ear
again. Tag team. I start thinking
evil thoughts.
This went on every fifteen
minutes for the next three hours.
You get the idea. One cat yowls,
one cat jumps,' I jump up, yelling
threats, and they run under the
bed. I lay down. My eyes close. I
hit R.E.M. sleep, and precisely at
that moment, they start it up
again. Sleep deprivation makes
you desperate. You say things
you wish you never said, that the
cats will never forgive you for.
Just at sunrise, I decide to
turn on the air conditioner, feel-
ing like if I was .going to be up,
thinking homicidal thoughts
about my soon to be' ex-cats, I,
might as well be comfortable.
This was all the cats wanted.
They settle down in sheer bliss.
All of it could have been avoided
if I had just read their minds
right the first time.
So, the moral of the cat tale
is thus, before you have kids or
cats, turn on the air conditioner
and" cool down. And enjoy your
sleep, it's probably the last you'll
ever get.


DAR. To Hold
Final Meeting
The St Joseph Bay Chapter
of DAR will have its final meeting
of the year and a covered dish
supper on May 15 at 5:00 p.m.
(EST). : .
The meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. J. T. Heathcock,
located at 117 N. 38th Street in
Mexico Beach.
SOfficers for the 1996-98 bien-
nium will be installed at this
meeting. All members are urged
to attend.


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announce the engagement of'
their daughter Patricia Dianne, to
Stephen Troy Parrish, the son of
Audrey Ayers and the late Troy
Parrish of Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect is a 1975
graduate of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High and is employed by St. Jo-
seph's Bay Country. Club.
Her fiance is a 1975 graduate
of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High and


- Stephen Parrish


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also graduated from United Elec-
tronics Institute of Tampa. He
currently is the Vice-President of
Fiber Transmission Specialities,
Inc. in Jacksonville.
A June 21 wedding is
planned for 7:00 at Long Avenue
Baptist Church in Port St. Joe.
The reception will be held at the
St. Joseph's Bay Country Club
immediately following the ceremo-
ny. All friends and relatives are
invited to attend.


Outstanding Students
Recently, Leslie Faison and Jennifer Smallwood were
recognized by the Tandy Technology Scholars Program, as.
outstanding students. Along with certificates for each honoree,
letters of congratulations from John V. Roach, CEO of the. Tandy
Corporation. and Dr. William E. Tucker, Chancellor of Texas
Christian University were received.


Final Plans
: Final plans for the wedding of
Kristy Marie Melvin and Jason
Edward Lee have been an-
nounced. '
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, May 18 at Oak
Grove Assembly of God at 4 p.m.
A, reception will follow in the -'
church fellowship hall.
No local invitations are being
sent, but all friends and family
Share Invited to attend.


It's A Boy
Terry and Lori Otwell are
proud to announce the birth of
their son, Miles O'Neal Otwell
born April 22 at Gulf Coast Hos-
pital.
SMiles weighed six pounds,
9.8 ounces and was 20 inches
long .- ;
Miles was welcomed home by
big brothers Leland and J. Ma-
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Proud grandparents are Al
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Note of Thanks
I would like to give thanks to,
God for all the blessings he has
bestowed upon' me. I'm so .
blessed. Thank you for the
prayers, cards, flowers, gifts, food
and all the rest while I'm recover-
ing from my illness. Most of all I
want to thank my friend for being
here for me when I needed her.
Shq has been here from day one
and that is none but Sally Jen-
kins. Please continue to pray for
me.
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Tauntons Selected as Area Jefferson Winners


David arid Abigail Taunton of
SWewahitchka have been selected
to represent this area at the 1996
Jefferson Awards National Cele-
bration of Service to America. The
" three day event"will be held in
Washington, D.C. on June 17-19.
Over twentyyears ago, Jac-
queline Keninedy and U.S.,Sena-
tor Robert Taft, Jr. founded the
Jefferson Awards. This award is
given to those who serve, help
and heal across America. One of
the major goals is to reach into
communities across the; country
to reward individuals who might
otherwise go unnoticed.


During the past 17 years, Da-
vid and Abigail have opened their
home to over 200 abandoned, ne-
glected, or abused children. Many
of these children have been per-
sonally adopted by the Taintons.

With the help of many
'churches and friends, Taunton
Family Children's Home has pro-
vided for all the needs of the chil-
dren without any assistance
whatsoever, from state, local, or
federal funds. The awards cere-
mony, a joint venture of WMBB-
TV and People's 1st Bank of Pan-
ama City, was televised live


Thursday, May 2 by WMBB.
In accepting the award, for-
mer Judge Taunton pointed to
the real heroes of our country,
children that overcome tremen-
dous obstacles toward being suc-
cessful. He gave one example of a
child beaten by his natural fa-
ther, his arms and legs broken at


less than a year old. The Taun-
Stons took that child in as a one
year old. Today, as a seventh
grader this young boy is one of
the fastest mile runners in the
state of Florida. Several other
similar stories were related to the
audience.
Other finalists as award win-


ners for 1996 were Joyce Cromar-
tie, Sara DuPont, Leon Miller,
May Ola Miller, Timothy Warner,
and Jeanie Warren. The annual
Jefferson Awards do a tremen-
dous Job demonstrating the many
good deeds done by every day
Americans all around us, which
otherwise might go unnoticed.


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the local Cancer Society Board as
being beyond their greatest ex-
pectations.
The goal for the local unit has
been set at $8,000.00-this was
Exceeded with the help of many
caring folks who took this means.
to fight cancer.
These special awards were
given following the event: "Most
Laps", 325th Communications


Meeting of St. Joe
Bay Comiittee
A meeting of the St. Joe Bay
Committee will be held on Thurs-
day. May 9 at 9:00 a.m. (EST) at
the City of Port St. Joe Fire De-
partment meeting room. The pur-
pose of the committee is to deter-
mine the environmental status of
St. Joe Bay. This meeting will fea-
ture presentations on the City of
Port St. Joe's Stormwater Treat- v;
ment Improvement Program, the
Department of Environmental
Protection's Stormwater Treat-
ment Program and Pollution re-
covery Trust Fund Grant Pro-
gram. All Interested persons are,
invited to attend. For more infor-
mation, please contact Robert
Taylor or Gary Shaffer at (904)
872-4375.


Squadron from Tyndall Air Force
Base; "Most Mpney Collected By
A Team", "Care Bears" of Bay St.
Joseph Care Center; "Most Money
Collected By An Individual", Ter-
rie Owens; and, "Best' Team
Theme" to "Iollipops", comprised
of cancer survivors. "We're licking
cancer".'

Cub Scout To
Hold0 Day Camp
All Tiger, Bears, and Webolo
scouts are eligible to attend day
camp in Lynn 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.

"DEP Planning
Workshop Tues.
Notice Is hereby given by the
Department of Environmental
Protection of a rule development
workshop to which all persons
are invited. The workshop is be-
ing held pursuant to the provi-
sions of section 120.54(1), F.S.
The purpose of the workshop is to
provide the public an opportunity
for Input into harvest and pro-
cessing changes which are being
proposed for 62R-7, F.A.C., The
Comprehensive Shellfish Control
Code.


their efforts aimed at providing
assistance to victims of domestic
violence.
Pat Nichols, 3600 Communi-
.cations Sales manager, an-
nounced last Wednesday that
360 Communications is offering
free cellular phones and service
in conjunction with the State At-
'.torney's Office Victim Assistance
program. The five cellular phones
'that have been donated by 360"
SCommunications will be prepro-
grammed for access to 911 and'
*HP (Highway Patrol). The phones
will be supplied to women who
are considered to be at high risk
with their batterers 'or perpetra-
tors.
"This is a great partnership
"between the State Attorney's Of-\
flce and 360 Communications
with the Victims Assistance pro-
gram, said Jim Appleman. State
Attorney. The cellular phone pro-
vides the victim with a feeling of
security, knowing that If the need
arises they can immediately call
for help, and the victim's access,


to 'a phone anytime, anywhere,
serves as a deterrent to the abus-
er."
"3600 Communications, has
provided similar services to law
.enforcement agencies in other.
communities, and the program
has proven to be very successful,"
said Nichols. "The State Attor-
ney's Office has been very aggres-
sive in its policy toward domestic
violence. Their response to this
issue is encouraging, and we wel-
come the opportunity to provide
cellular phones and service to
this worthwhile program."
The State Attorney's Omce
will also work in conjunction with
23 'law enforcement agencies
within the 14th Circuit area that
do not currently provide victims
Assistance programs and with the
Salvation Army's domestic vio-
lence program that provides a'
safehouse for, domestic violence
victims. The State Attorney's Of-
fice serves six counties which In-
clude Bay, Gulf. Holmes. Wash-
Sington, Jackson and Calhoun.


Local Widowed

Persons Services


The workshop will be held Z t C u
y 14 at 60 op wat te Na- move through the trauma of los-
May 14 at 6:00 p.m. a the Na- ing a spouse christened its new
tlonal Estuarine Research Re- offices at 211 Harrison Avenue.
serve Auditorium at 261 7th omces at 211 Harrison Avenue
across from the McKenzie Park
Street in Apalachlcola. fountain.
" The agenda for the work sh01 i^e.
The agenda for the workshop The WPS program provides
-may be-obtained from thMncyis fr.ee support groups, individual
contact person: Mark L. Collins.: counseling, a 24-hour telephone
Environmental Administrator- line, referrals, educational lec-
DEP, (904) 488-5471.,
Pursuant to the provisions of
the Americans with Disabilities
Act, any person requiring special
accommodations to participate in
the workshop, please advise the
above person at least five calen-
dar days before the workshop.


LaShonda Small
Navy Airman LaShonda I.
Small, daughter of Callle C. and
Ronnie L. Small Sr. of Wewa- ,
hltchka, recently completed U.S.
Navy basic training at Recruit
Training Command. Great Lakes,
Illinois.
During the eight week pro-
gram, Small completed a variety
of training which included class
room study, practical hands on
instruction, and an emphasis on
physical fitness. In particular
Small learned naval customs.
first aid, fire fighting, water safety
and survival, and a variety of
safety skills required for working
around ships and aircraft.
Small and other recruits also*
received Instruction on the Navy's
core values honor, courage and
commitment,


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"Relay For.Life" a team effort
by the South Gulf County Unit of
the American Cancer Society last
Saturday was very successful.
With the help of sponsors, in
kind donations, a food booth, and
miscellaneous efforts the monies
collected though May 7 totaled
$14.383.00.


USPS/NALC

Food Drive
Your local post office is part
of a national food drive, combin-
ing efforts of the 'United States
Postal'Service and the National
*Association of Letter Carriers,
and is asking all patrons who are
able to donate dried or canned
goods and leave them near their
mailboxes on Saturday, May 11.
Letter carriers will be picking
up the food donations and drop-
ping them off at one of the local
agencies for distribution to the
needy families in our community.
Also. there will be a hamper
placed in the lobby of the post of-
fice for a food drop-off by patrons
with post office boxes or other
business Interests with the ser-
vice.
Reminder notices will be
dropped into your mailbox as the
date draws nearer.


/ Our Mother, Coretha
You've been the greatest blessing in my life, it's
clear to see. Words could never express, how dear
you are to me.
I owe you more than money could buy for all
you've been and become. To repay you for your
strength and love could simply never be done.
Your faith, hope and love are things that I treas-
ure, but I truly appreciate the love you give with-
out measure.
My heart's full of pride for all that you've been ...
I'm glad you're my "Mother", I'm glad you're my
friend!!!
nd, We Love Ya! Harold & Shirley




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,tures, and social interaction for
..widows and widowers. "Losing a
spouse often results in unfamiliar
financial or legal matters, an
abrupt change in social life, a-
change in identity and relation-
ships, and sometimes depres-
sion," says Lamonica, a trained
family counselor. "But there is a
way to work through grief and
move on to new meaning and
that's what we are here to help
you with," she added.
'We are here to serve people
who experience what all of us
sometime experience grief," the
program coordinator said. "It's a
traumatic, experience to lose :a
sp use. It helps to know.other
have been through It and found
new meaning in their lives. And
that's our work here helping
during the transition." she said.


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sun protection. Your skin is your best
friend, so take care of it. .

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Two Pharmacists and Two Pharmacy
Technicians to serve you promptly.

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and gang members Fuel, Batteries, Antifreeze, Lead,

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If you find these villains hiding out in your home,
round them up and bring them in.

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE

COLLECTION DAY

May 18th- 9 a.m. -4 p.m.

Gulf County Courthouse
For more information call:
Gulf County Solid Waste Department 227-3696


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Refreshments, information.
and a tour of offices and meeting
rooms topped the agenda of an
Open house for Widowed Persons
Services of Bay County held Sat-
urday, May 4. according to Gra-
ham Shaw, president of the WPS
board. Two WPS groups serve the
Mexico Beach area. One meets at
11:00 a.m. Monday and the oth-,
er.meets at 6 p.m. Thursday at
First Methodist Church of Mexico
Beach. 111 22nd Street.
The organization, established
in 1QQ99. tn heln men nnr women


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THE STAR PORT STJOEF 6


Class Reunion














CLASS OF 1949-Front row, from left: Sarah Philyaw Yagear, Ge-
raldine Elliott Redmon, Lynette Traxler Mead, and Memorie Porter
Sundin.
Back row, from left: Luther Parrott, BD Bo Owens, Charles Gull-
ford, Bill Fleming, and James Chatham.


CLASS OF l50O-Front row, from left: Edwena Howell Lawrence,
Betty Anderson May, Jan Wimberly Bosque, Maxine Guilford Davis,
and Joyce Sexton Chatham.
Back row, from left: Bill McFarland, Bob Ramsey, Jim Ramsey,
and Gene Chism.
no sm.',


CLASS OF 1951-Front row, from left: Betty Wilder Fleming, Dr.
Elbert Sutton, Donald Parker, and George Harper.
Middle row, from left: Patricia Ward Dandridge, Sybil Avery
Crane, Mary Ann McFarland Hornsby, Rebecca Allen Martin, and Ver-
na Pope Burch.
Back row, from left: Martha Wilson Hughes, Doris Rich Meekins,
John Rich, Philip Chatham, Ted Beard, J. B. O'Brian, and Raymond
Lawrence.


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CLASS OF 1952-Front row, from left: Dorothy Williams Gross-
man, Sarah Wilson Lewis. June Smith Fairley, Patsey Vittum
O'Brian, Virginia Sheffield Furmage, Jackie Kenney Quarles, and
Betty Tharpe Rich.
Back row, from left: Ferrell Allen, Rev. John Barrier, Jim Phil-
way, David Freeman, J. C. McArdle, and Rev. Tim Elder.


The St. Joseph Bay Country
Club was the location of the 1996
Combined Class Reunion held on
April 26and 27 with graduating
classes 1949, 1950, 1951, and
1952 of Port St. Joe High School.
Fifty alumni and their guests,,
gathered at the country club on
Friday evening, April 26 to renew
old relationships, reminisce aind
exchange special school memo-
ries.
'n Saturday, once again the
country club was:filled with 96
excited alumni and, anxious
guests to get ,reacquainted with
as many classmates as possible.
Everyone enjoyed desert of a
large sheet cake decorated in
school colors and topped with a
monument.
Phillip Chatham, Master of
Ceremony, welcomed everyone
and introduced special guests,
Catherine Nix of Lynn Haven,
Netta Niblack of St. Joe Beach,
Bea Griffin of Ocklocknee, Geor-
gia and Marjorie Philyaw Wright
of Ormond Beach, all past teach-
ers at Port St. Joe High School.
Each addressed the alumni shar-
ing highlights of their career
since leaving PSJ High School.
Class Presidents. Sarah Philyaw
Yagear; Gene Chlsm. Raymond
Lawrence and Ferrell Allen pre-
sented a brief program for their
class, giving all graduates the op-
portunity to Introduce their guest'
and share a high school memory
and/or 'highlights of their life
since high school days.
Dorothy Williams Grossman
received a gift of a silver medal-
lion designed by Sonny and Le-
nohr Brown Clardy, for having
traveled the greatest. distance.
from Colorado. to attend the re-
union.


Bill Fleming conducted a
brief memorial service at the con-
clusion of the program in memory
of those classmates who are .de-
ceased.
SGroup pictures and last min-
ute snapshots were taken as eve-
ryone was bidding each other
farewell. This was the first meet-


ing of many alumni in over 45
years. It was a very happy and ex-
citing reunion enjoyed by all.
Betty Fleming coordinated
the decorating of the country club
for the reunion hand making ban-
ners and flags of school colors.
Corsages of purple and gold
mums were presented to the spe-
cial guests.
Don Parker displayed a table
of memorabilia from school days
which delighted everyone.
Ferrell Allen provided music
of the era beginning with a later
hit, "The Way We Were", the
theme of the reunion.
The success of this reunion
was accomplished through the
combined efforts of the Class Re-
union Committee: Geraldine Red-
mon, reunion treasurer, and Bill
Fleming were the 1949 coordina-
tors; Betty Fleming and Don
Parker were the 1951 coordina-
tors; Ferrell Allen was the 1952
coordinator and Edwena Law-
rence was coordinator for 1950.
Alumni in attendance were:
Class of 1949... James Chat-
ham, Geraldine Elliott Redmon,
Bill Fleming, Charles' Guilford,


Buster ''Bo Bo" Owens, Luther
Parrott, Sarah Philyaw Yagear,
Memorie Porter Sundin, and Lyn-
ette Traxler Mead; Class of
1950... Betty Anderson May, Vir-
ginia Boggs Wilson, Lenohr
Brown Clardy, Gene Chism, Max-
ine Guilford Davis, Edwena How-
ell Lawrence, Bill McFarland, Bob
Ramsey, Jim Ramsey, Joyce Sex-
ton Chatham, Myrtle Simpson
Aase, and Jan Wimberly' Bosque;
Class of 1951... Rebecca Allen
Martin, Verna Pol Burch, Phillip
Chatham, Betty Wilder Fleming,
Alden Ferris, Mary McFarland
Hornsby, Raymond Lawrence,
Doris Rich Meekins, Sybil Avery
Crane, Patricia Ward Dandridge,
Martha Wilson Hughes, Charles
F. Beard, George Harper, Jr:,
John B. O'Brian, Donald Parker,
John Rich, Bill Quarles, Jr. and
Elbert Sutton; and Class of
1952.... Ferrell Allen, Jr., John
Barrier, Tim Elder, Virginia Shef-
field Furmage, David Freeman
Jackie Kenny Quarles, J. C.
McArdle, Patsy Vittum O'Brian,
June Smith Fairley, Betty Tharpe
Rich, Dorothy Williams Gross:-
man, Sara Wilson Lewis, and Wil-
ma Padgett Neel.


Catherine (Ramsey) Barfield


for

Superintendent of Schools
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. MAY 9, 1996 PAGE 7A


Gulf County's TDC Board

Announces May 20 Meeting


The Gulf County Transporta-
tion Disadvantaged Coordinating
Board announces a meeting to
which all persons are Invited. The
agenda will Include the Commis-
sion for the Transportation Disad-
vantaged's (CTD) 1995 Annual
Performance Report, the CTD Bi-
ennial Community Transporta-
tion Coordinators (CTC) Review
Reports. the Transportation Dis-
advantaged Trust Fund Planning
Grant Application, the CTC's An-
nual Evaluation, Quarterly Oper-


atlng Reports and Financial Re-
ports.
The meeting will be held Mon-
day, May 20 at 2:00 p.m.. E.T.. at
the Gulf County Commission
Room in Port St. Joe.
For more information, con-
tact Vanita Anderson at the Apa-
lachee Regional Planning Council
at (904) 674-4571.
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'PUBLIC NOTICE


The City of Port St. Joe is in the
process of preparing its evalua-
tion and report on the Compre-
hensive Plan of the City of Port
St. Joe. The Evaluation and Re-
port is required by State Law and
contains an evaluation of the suc-
cess of the Comprehensive Plan
which was adopted in 1990 and
also suggests modification to the
Comprehensive Plan which might
be advantageous in the future.

The City welcomes public com-
ment on the Comprehensive Plan
and written comments may be ad-
dressed to Pauline Pendarvis, City
Clerk, City of Port St. Joe, 305
5th Street, Port St. Joe, FL
32456.

The City will conduct public
hearings on the Evaluation and
Report later in the summer.
2tc. May 9 and 16. 1996



NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE

The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners proposes to adopt a land use change
for approximately 2.17 acres of land parcel
2815-000. The public hearing to consider the
proposal will be on May 14, 1996 at 6:00
p.m., E.D.T., in. the County Commission
Meeting Room.
Any and all interested persons are encour-
aged to attend and be heard. Questions be-
fore this meeting should be directed to the
Gulf County Planning/Building Director at
(904) 229-6111.


Itc. May 9. 1996.


Front row, from left, are Evan Nichols, Trey Murhy, Jeremy
Couch and Nicholas Burrows. In back, from left, are Brian Bizek and
Todd McLawhon.



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Statutes, notice is hereby given that the
personal property taxes assessed for the
year 1995 are now delinquent and such
taxes are now drawing interest at the
rate of 18 percent per year. Unless the
amount set opposite each name below is
paid, warrants will be Issued thereon
pursuant to Chapter 197.413, Florida
Statutes, and the Tax Collector will apply
to the Circuit Court for an order directing
levy upon and seizure of the personal
property of the taxpayer for unpaid taxes.
EDA RUTH TAYLOR, TAX COLLECTOR
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA

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Junk Box Derby


The first annual Overstreet
Junk Box Derby, sponsored by
the Overstreet Bible Church; was
held Saturday. April 27 atop the
high-rise bridge in that communi-
ty.
This year's event featured six
contestants and many spectators.
Relatives, friends and curiosity
seekers stopped and gathered
round the event to watch the ac-
tion.
The contest was sanctioned
by the Gulf County Sheriffs De-
partment and led by "Official
Starting Line Judge", Sheriff
Frank McKelthen. Official Timer
and Finish Judge" was Guy La-
bonte, pastor of the church. Irma
Hensley, OBC member, served as
the "Design Judge" and statistics
were kept by Helen Watson.
All of the participants .re-
ceived awards. Receiving first
place for speed was Todd
McLawhon. Evan Nichols and
Brian Bizek took second and
third, respectively, and were fol-
lowed by Nicholas Burrows, Jere-


my Couch and Trey Murhy. The
fastest time on the 25 yard "time
zone" posted throughout the day
was six seconds. An award for
"Best Design" was also presented
to Evan Nichols.
Organizers of the derby hope
to repeat the successful event
each year for the youngsters of
the community.

ARPC Strategic
Regional Policy
The Apalachee Regional Plan-
ning Council will be holding
workshops concerning the pro-
posed Strategic Regional Policy
Plan on May 15 at 1:30 p.m.,
CDT at the Neal Civic Center in
Blountstown and May 16 at 1:30
p.m., EDT. on the second floor of
the Tallahassee Regional Airport
Public comment is welcome.
If you have any questions
concerning this announcement.
please call (904) 488-6211 or
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Pam Lawrence and Carol Fai-
son passed out awards and
plaques to 161 Port St Joe Sen-
ior, High Students Thursday
night The students had not made
below a 3.0 average for the entire
school year.
The Commons Area of the
"school was completely filled with
Students and parents who had
gathered for the annual academic
awards banquet. On the program
for the evening were: Wes Taylor.
high school principal; Rev. Gary
Smith, Chris Earley, middle
school principal, Charlotte Pierce,
Lawrence and Faison.
Superintendent of Schools
Walter Wilder gave his swan
song, as he is retiring after the
current school year, after 20
years in the Superintendent's
chair, se~rei'al years as high
school principal, and other duties
in and around the local schools.
Wilder was presented with an
award for his long service to the
school system.
Listing the accomplishments
of which he,was most proud, :the
retiring Superintendent of Educa-
tion said, "even though the
schools are winning state cham-
pionships in almost every orga-
nized sport, I am most proud of
the excellence In academics
which is sweeping the entire sys-
tem. This year, a full third of the
graduation class will graduate
with either 'honors' or 'high hon-
ors'. Next year It appears as if the
percentage will increase to a huge
S 55% of the graduating class will
Graduate with 'honors' or 'high
honors'. This means more than
half the class has gone to school
without making below a 3.0 aver-
Sage for four full years."
S Wilder went on to say that of
85 l1th graders whichtook the
communications section of the
Statewide Assessment Program
test, 100% passed the test. He
added that 98% of the students
Passed the mathematics portion
of the test.
"These are unprecedented
Achievements in high school test-
ing," Wilder stated.
GUEST SPEAKER
w Guest speaker for the evening
was Eddie Holland, a member of
the first graduating class from
. the new high school building.
S Holland gave the Gold Card
winners an "nspiring talk on pre-
paring "A life that is builtto last."
'*, Holland said one must "have a
purpose in life other than making
money." He charged his listeners
to take the abilities God has given;
them and use to the best:of their
abilities.
The speaker said, "Large
firms are looking primarily for
leadership material with integrity.
If you don't have integrity. you
won't make it in your chosen ca-
reer." He said a well-rounded per-
son must take the best of every-
thing from home, church, school
and community. "No one-faceted
: career will go very far."
Holland closed his remarks
by saying. "Remember, education
and ability alone won't get it. You
must have an integrity people can
count on. Be a builder and build
your life to have lasting power."
AWARD RECIPIENTS
Those students receiving
Gold Card awards were:
Students with a 3.5 GPA or
higher:
Twelfth grade--Shonna Arm-
strong, Erica Beard. Kimberly
Burkett, Dusty. Daniels., Leslie
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PAGE 8A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1996


161 High School Students Make Gold


Card Club Membership At Banquet

Wilder Says "Farewell" By Pointing To Student Achievements With Pride


Rocky Quinn, Shinah Quinn, Ela-
ra' Rees, Chris Richardson, Kris-
tian Richbburg, Eric Sellers,
Bryan Simon, Nick Sweazy, Macie
Tapper, John' Tatum, Karen,
Thomas, Clay Whitfield. Stefanie
WVibberg, and Ryan Yeager.
Tenth grade-Kyle Adkison ,
Brianne Alford. Amanda Bate-
man. William Bryant. Seth Camp-
bell, Lee Cathey. Jeremy Dixon,
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Names Honor Roll Students


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weeks grading period.
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liams*, Jennifer Williams, and
Bridgett Willlamson.
Tenth grade-Holly Atkins,
Jennifer Barnes, Joshua Baxley*,
Rita Dietz. Lloyd Husband. Jamie
Hutchinson*, Gesa Jones, Mandy
Little, Jasmine McMillion, Shaun
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ingham*, Amanda Davis*, Marga-
ret Kelsoe, 'Stacey King, Christo-
pher Miles, ,Carina Patterson,
Adam Taunton, and Dana Walk-
er .
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derson. Kimberly Dietz, Lindsey
Dorman, Milton Fisher. Crystal
SGaskin, Jennifer Holmes, Joseph
Jackson, William Kearce, Wendy
Nelson, Christopher Peoples,
SCameron Totman, and Heather
Webb.
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Thank you for the flowers,
cards, phone calls, visits, and es-
pecially the prayers. Your
thoughts and concerns have
helped us through this difficult
:time. Your kindness will always
be remembered ii our hearts.
Thank ryou again and God
bless you,
The Charles Tharpe Family
In loving memory of
Willie Jefferson Allen.
On May 3, 1994, two years
ago you left us, but memory, lin-
gers on in our hearts and minds.
Your loving wife, children, grand-
children and wonderful friends.
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1996 PAGE 9A


OBITUUARIES.


Lillie Francis
llie Ann Francis, daughter
Sof Dale and Nancy Francis of We-
wahitchka, passed away last Fri-
day afternoon in Gulf Coast Hos-
' pital.
She is survived by her broth-
Ser, Dillon Wade Francis of Wewa-
hitchka; her grandparents, Sally
Francis of Winter Haven. and
Curtis and Annette Porter of We-
wahitchka: her great-grand-
parents. Dorothy Perrine of Mil-
waukee, Winconsln. Winnie Nun-
Snery of Panama City; and numer-
ous aunts and uncles.
The funeral service was held
at 12:00 p.m., C.D.T., Tuesday at
Glad Tidings Assembly of God
Church, conducted by Rev. Wil-
liam H. Blake. Interment followed
in the family plot In Roberts Ce-
metery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home.


Mildred Land
Mildred Land. 64, of Wewa-
hitchka. passed away Tuesday
evening, April 30 in Bay Medical
Center following an extended ill-
ness. A native of Hawaii, she had
been a resident of Wewahltchka
since 1960 and-was a homemak-
er.
Survivors include her hus-
band, C. J. Land of Wewahltchka:
two daughters and sons-in-laws.
Mary and Charles Holley of We-
wahitchka, and Bobble and El-
wood Sandridge of Panama City:
her grandchildren, Heather and
Nicki Holley, and Jackie and Greg
Sandridge; one great-grandchild.
Taylor Holley; one sister. Betty
Uchino of Hawaii: and five broth-
ers, Roy Ono. Akeo Ono, Hajame
Ono, Alfred Ono and Albert Ono
all of Hawaii.
The funeral services were
held at 3:00 p.m., CDT, Friday at
the Glad Tidings Assembly of God
Church, conducted by Rev. Rich-
ard Waterman and Rev. Dan Nor-
man. Interment followed at the
family plot in Roberts Cemetery.

George Andrews
George Frank Andrews. 80. of
Dayton, Ohio, passed away Fri-
day, May 3 in Heathergreen Nurs-
ing Home following a long illness.
A lifelong resident of Dayton,
Ohio, he was retired from Inn-
keepers Commercial Refrigera-
tion. He served in the Army dur-
ing WWII. .. -,
)I Survivors include a niece,
Joan Hornsby; sister-in-law, Nel-
lie Andrews: two nieces. Sandra
Flllinger and Judy Harney. all of
St. Joe Beach: niece, Becky Blan-
ford of Dothan, Alabama; and
many other nieces and nephews.
The funeral mass will be held
at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, May 18
at SL Joseph Catholic Church in
Port SL Joe: Interment will be on
May 13 atiValley Cemetery in
Dayton, Ohio.


Robert Jones, Sr.
Robert Lee Jones, Sr., 53, of
St Joe Beach, died Friday, May 3
in a local hospital. He retired
from, the United States Air Force
after 26 years of service. He
proudly served his country at
Desert Storm in the 926th T.F.G.
He was currently employed by the
City of Mexico Beach.
Robert Sr. enjoyed bowling
and 'belonged to three leagues at
the Tyndall Air Force Base Bowl-
ing Center and received many
awards for his accomplishments.
He is survived by his loving
wife Carol; his three children.
Jacqueline, Robert Jr., and Kim-
berly Ann; and three grandchil-
dren. Drew Robert. Brittney Ma-
rie, and Skyler Chance. Robert
Sr. was a wonderful man who
was loved by all who knew him.
He will be greatly missed.
All arrangements were under
'the direction of Gilmore-
Southerland Funeral Home.

Robert Brown
Robert G. Brown, of Wewa-
hitchka, died Friday, May 3 in a
local hospital. Born in Hazel-
hurst, Mississippi, he moved to
Wewahitchka In the mid 1940's.
Brown was a civil servant at Tyn-
dall Air Force Base and a veteran
of World War II, serving in the
United States Army Corp. He was
was a member of Westside Bap-
tist Church and was also a Gide-
on.
He is survived by his wife,
Charlotte Brown of Wewahitchka;
three sons. Brad Brown of Altha,
Stephen Brown, and Scotty
Brown, both of Wewahitchka; one
daughter, Rhonda Hillier and
husband. Bob of Panama City:
two brothers, Wilton Brown and
wife, Dot of Panama City, and
Ned Brown of Dallas, Texas; two
sisters, Mary Louise Smith and
Betty Millergren, both of Panama
City; two grandchildren, Kelly
Brown and wife. Misty and Bon-
nie Smith and husband, Mike, all
of Orange, Texas; and one great-
grandchild. Joceyln Brown of
Orange, Texas.
Funeral services for Mr.
Brown were conducted Sunday,
May 5 at 3:00 p.m. in the West-
side Baptist Church In Wewa-
hitchka with Rev. Harold Wil-
liams officiating.
The following gentlemen
served as active pallbearers, Al
Millergren. Pete Smith, Bill
Smith, Foster Hewett. Bobby He-
wett and Bill Neal. Honorary pall-
bearers were the men of Westside
Baptist Church. Interment fol-
lowed in Jehu Cemetery.
Services were under the di-
rection of Gilmore-Southerland
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Small Business Seminar Offered


Gulf Coast, Community col-
lege is offering a series of one
hour television programs profiling
small businesses and how they
use computers;. networks and the
Internet to succeed.
The Internet is making it pos-
sible for small companies to
reach more customers, access

Conduct Outreach
in Port St. Joe Area
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Association will be conduct-
ing outreach at the Gulf County
Senior Citizens Center in Port St.
Joe on Tuesday. May 21. during
the commodity distribution, start-
ing at 1:00 p.m., E.S.T.


Rattled!
Chuck Carr dispatched this
huge rattlesnake recently,
chbppinr offer his head '~th a
machette.
Carr ran across the snake
while doing some work near
Willis Landing. The huge reptile
scared Carr almost as much as
Carr scared him at first glance.
The snake was larger than
the meat end of a baseball bat,
measured just shy of six feet
long and had a syrup bucket
full of rattles. Carr said the
snake had, nine huge rattles
and some had been broken off
in the battle to make a good
snake out of a bad one.


more information and sell more
products and services. Find out
how in "Doing Business on the
Internet"' to be broadcast via sat-
ellite on May 16 from "i a.m. to
noon in the Student Union Build-
ing East, Room 246. Advance reg-
istration is not required for this
free program, however seating is
limited to the first fifty partici-
pants. For more information, call
872-3823.

Sheriffs Department
Conducting Roadblocks
The Gulf County Sheriffs De-
partment has announced that it
will be conducting roadblocks
during the month of May
throughout the county for the
purpose of routine vehicle safety
Inspections and driver license
checks.
The deputies' attention will
be concentrated on vehicles being
operated under failing mechani-
Scal conditions such as worn out
tires, faulty brakes, and exhaust-
ed lighting equipment, as these
are often the cause or a contrib-
uting factor to vehicular acci-
dents.
Also, during the drivers' de-
lay, they will be asked to produce
a valid drivers license. Many driv-
ers on Florida's roadways today
are found to be In violation of
driver license laws; I.e.. driving
without a license, with an expired
license or while under penalty of
suspension.
Gulf County Sheriff Frank
McKeithen asks for the patience
and cooperation of the public
during these checkpoints. He not-
ed that in the past they have
proven to be an effective means of
enforcing the laws of Florida
while ensuring the protection and
safety of all motorists.

Retired Feds
Hold Meeting
The National Association of
Retired Federal Employees
(NARFE) Chapter 1305, met at
the Harbour House Restaurant
on May 1, with President Guy Ha-
viland presiding.
The guest speaker was Adel
Head from the Panama City Li-
brary. She discussed the various
programs available to the public.
Including Talking Books for the
Blind, Dial-Cat service for card
catalog information. American
Business Directory on CD-Rom.
Bill Fussell, 2nd Vice Presi-


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Wayne Summers scores one of the Sharks eight runs during Friday night's sub-regional game against
the Walton County "Braves". Des Baxter (10) and Jeff Player (6) offer their congratulations.


Sharks and Gators Fall



One Game Short of State


The Sharks leading 2- 1
allowed Keystone Heights to score
flye unearned runs in the bottom
of the sixth Inning, as they lost
their bid to make it to the Final
Four in Class 3A baseball.
Port SL Joe's bats have been
hot all year long, and they collect-
ed seven hits In the game, but
four errors proved costly. The
Sharks have had ten players hit
over .300 during the season.
Collecting hits for the Sharks
were Wayne Summers, who went
two for three; and Ryan Yeager,
Brian Jenkins, Des Baxter. Doyle
:Crosby and Jeff Player each con-
S tribute a single.
Brad Smith, sidelined for two
weeks with a hand injury, started
the game for the Sharks, pitching
four Innings and holding Keystone
Heights to no runs. He was
relieved by Yeager in the fifth and
Des Baxter closed the game for St.
Joe.
The fourth-ranked Sharks
ended the season with a 21-5
record and will return all but five
of the group next year.


SPSJ 8, WALTON 3:
Brian Jenkins ripped a two,
run triple ihto the right field cor-
ner in the fifth inning, to break
open a tight 4-3 game and cap-
ture the regional semifinal base-
ball game with the Walton Braves
Friday night.
A stadium packed full of fans
were on hand to cheer both,:
teams as they fought for thewin.
The Sharks struck early at
the offerings of the Braves pre-
mier southpaw. Brad Wright,
touching him for four runs in the
first inning. It looked as if that
was all they would get until Jen-
kins' blow in the fifth with Ryan
Yeager and Justin Summers on
base.
The Sharks picked up a third
insurance run in the fifth and
one more in the sixth.
Des Baxter started on the:
mound for the Sharks, allowing a
single run n 'the second inning
and gave way to Ryan Yeager In
the fourth. Yeager allowed two
runs in the fourth before the
Shark defense shut the Braves
down.


Baxter and Yeager gave up
only five hits for the game. The
Sharks touched Wright for seven
hits. Jenkins had the big bat for
the evening with his triple, a sin-
.gle and three RBI. Yeager added a
single and double for the Sharks.
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Gators
For the second year in a row,
the Wewahitchka Gators made it
to the Elite Eight in 2A baseball,
but were unable to advance to the
Final Four.
The Gators couldn't get a hit,
when they needed it as they were
unable to score with a man on
third base with no outs in the:
third inning, and could only
muster their one run in the fourth
inning on a Wayne Luebe single.
The #9 ranked Gators got five
hits off fifth-ranked Daytonha
Beach Father Lopez in the Class
2A, North I Regional final.
Getting hits for the Gators
were Josh Baxley with a triple,
Dave Davis, a double, Matt Kearce
and John Gibbs, each a single
and Wayne Luebe, a RBI single.


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Jesse Colbert turns to see
what's happening on the field
behind him after scoring Friday
night.
According to Coach Duane
McFarland, "This has been a great
year for Shark baseball, the team
practiced hard and was fun to
coach. We have high expectations
for next season."
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Players To Cheer For
Little League Coaches
Port St. Joe Dixie Youth's
banquet committee will be spon-
soring a "Day of Baseball" on May
18th beginning at 4:00 p.m..
E.D.T.. at the Port S,. Joe High
School baseball field.;
Plans include a double-
header featuring the talent of
some of its 60 coaches-
showcasing many Shark alumni
players-sure to, be a great eve-
ning of baseball A small admis-
sion donation will be requested at
the gate. A concession stand will
be available throughout the event
featuring juicy 1/4 lb. hambur-
gers, hot dogs, chips, cold drinks,
snow cones, nachos and cheese.
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.


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Coach Jay Kearce, in his sec-
ond year as baseball coach, said
he was pleased with the season,
as it was tribute to the kids to
make it to the Elite Eight two
years in a row. "There were only
two public schools left in the
finals, ourselves and Liberty
County. At one point during the
season we were 8-10, but the
team made a turn around and fin-
ished the season 16-14. I'm proud
of.them."
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Three straight singles by Kel-
ly Forehand, Champ Traylor and
Dave Davis, scored four runs in a
big second for the Wewahitchka
Gators to earn a 2A regional semi
final win over Graceville Friday.
Tranum McLemore [5-7]
pitched a complete game three-
hitter, striking out 13 and giving
up only three walks to earn the
win. McLemore also rapped out
two hits, good for three RBI.
"It was a great team effort,"
:Coach Jay Kearce said.
The Gators were a little shaky
at the beginning of'the season,
but pulled it together to become a
contender in the past several
weeks The Gators are 16-13 af-
ter their win over Graceville.
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'Luke Tanton and Danny Voyles


Wewahitchka High School's
S boys track team went into the
State Track Meet unheralded, not
even expected to place In the top
ten by the experts.
With four events to go. Wewa
was in the surprising position of
being slightly behind FAMU and
Ft. Meade for the lead. building
up hopes for a State Champion-
ship. However, those hopes were
dashed in the 200 meters when
FAMU-eventual state champi-
on-collapsed, allowing Ft. Meade
two of the top positions, scoring
13 points and bumping Wewa to
third in the overall standings.
Even though the Wewa boys
mile relay team, ran a great race
placing second, they could not
catch Ft. Meade or FAMU. Wewa
finished with a school record of
60 points. Ft. Meade finished
with 64, and FAMU won the State
Championship with 72 points.
Luke Taunton led the assault
at State for Wewa by placing first
In the 1600 meter run with a time
of 4:30 which was two seconds off
the state record. He also placed
first in the 800 meter run, and
again was two seconds off the
state record with a time of 1:58.
Danny Voyles was the big
surprise of the day. placing first
in the 400 meter dash with a time
of 50.66',which was a personal
best and school record.
)IE The 4 x 800 relay team, con-
sisting of James Taunton. Adam
Taunton. Jay -Laster, and Brent
Kilgro, got Wewa off to a good
start at the meet by placing
fourth (8:34).
The mile relay team (Danny
Voyles, Luke Taunton, Gus Russ,
and Andrew Williams) were state
runner-ups. although they, ran
their best time of the year (3:30)
they were second to FAMU who
ran their best time of 3:28.
James Taunton had a sixth.
place finish In the mile (4:42) and
a seventh place finish In the two

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mile (10:32).
In the field events, Andrew
Williams placed fourth in the shot
(46'3") and fifth In the discus
(135'). Cecil Jackson finished
sixth In the long Jump (20'5") to
complete the scoring.
GIRLS RESULTS
The girls track team suffered


Are Champions
a severe setback In the first event
of the day when Holly Atkins
went down with a foot injury.
dashing any chances of a high
finish.
The 4 x 800 relay team (Holly
Atklns. Stefenie McDanlel, Renee
Ardlre, and Vicki McClellan '
placed sixth with a time of 10:35.


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Kneeling, from left: Crystal Collins, Renee Ardire. Stefanie
McDaniel and Stephanie Kramer. Standing. from left: Coach Don
Rich. Vicki McClellan, Andrea Marquez. Holly Atkins, Kristi Gay.
Sarah Bailey, and Coach Jay Bidwell.

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Softball Teams Lose In


JAY 9, WEWAHITCHKA 8
The Wewahitchka Lady Ga-,
tors traveled to take on Jay this
past Friday for Sub-Regional
play. Jay (20-5) was the winner of
District 1-2A. while Wewahitchka
was runner-up In District 2-2A.
The Lady Gators jumped
ahead of Jay after scoring five
runs In the top of the first Inning.
Jay combined nine hits along
with the help of six Lady Gator
errors and managed to score inn
every Inning.
With the score 7-5, in Jay's
favor, going Into the top of the
sixth Inning, Wewa scored two
runs to tie the game at 7-7. Jay
answered In the bottom of the
sixth with one run to take the
lead back, 8-7. But the Lady Ga-
tors scrapped back In the top of
the seventh to tie the game at 8-
8. Jay scored in the bottom half
of the inning to win the game.
Diana Taunton. Ashley Lister,
Jasmine McMilllon, Sara Carter,
and Almee Pridgeon each had one
hit for the Lady Gators. Wewa-
hitchka finished their season 21-
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The Port St. Joe Lady Sharks
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On Friday, May 17 the Gulf
County Senior Citizens will be of-
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delicious large BBQ beef sand-
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with three meats, cheese, lettuce.
tomato and green peppers.
The sale-will begin at 11:00
a.m. and continue until 1:00 p.m.
Accompanying the sandwiches
will be chips and tea for a great
price of $3.00.
Diners may stop by the Amer-
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The Williams sisters, Alyson
anid Lindsay. led the Lady Sharks'
offensive attack, going three for
four each. Lindsay had a triple
and an inside the park homerun.
Other hitters for the Sharks were
Heather Fields who went two for
three; and Brigette Godfrey, Jo-
lynn Parker. Katie Klbourn. Dee
Horton, and Gena Johnson who
each had one hit.
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pley, the District 1-3A winner.
The Lady Sharks were runner-up
in District 2-3A.
The Lady Sharks struck first
with one run in the top of the
first inning. Chipley utilized a
couple of walks and an error to
manufacture four runs in the bot-
tom half of the Inning. Even.
though the Lady Sharks' offense
battled back a couple of times,s
their defense could not settle
down.


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Williams, Darius Chambers, and Ben McCroan. Top (left-right): Chad Porter, Daniel Raffield, Gabe Clark, Germain Clark, Eric Sellers, Marco '
Givens, Chad Quinn, Chuck DeBates, J.J. Gainer, and Jermaine Peterson.


PSJ Boys Win 3rd State Title


Coach Scott Gowan and Assistant Coach Vic Sellers pose with
the Class 3A State Track and Field Championship trophy as mem-
bers of the boys track team look on.

Lady Sharks Finish.

:Ninth at State Meet


The Port St. Joe girls track
team Journeyed to Calnesville this
past Saturday for the 3A State
Championships and returned
with a ninth place finish for the
highest finish by a girls team in
, school history.
The Lady Sharks had three
competitors earn All-State honors
led by Fanta Harris who captured
first in the shot put and second
in the discus. Stephanie Maxwell,
competing in four events, finished

Men's Softball
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A men's softball tournament
will be held Saturday. May 11th
at Sam Atkins Park In Blount-
Sstown. Organizers look for this to
be a great tourney for area men's
teams to be played on the recent-
ly improved facilities at the park.
Player's families are Invited to
come along for the day of sports
excitement.
STeams that enter must pro-
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sixth in the high Jump and Jenni-
fer Smallwood captured sixth in
the pole vault to earn an All-State
Award.
Fanta became the second girl
in PSJ history to capture a State
Championship when she threw
36'5 1/4" to set a new school
record in the shot put and 105'5"
in the discus for her second
school record. It is the fifth year
in a row that Fanta has earned
all-state honors in a throwing
event.'
The third school record set at
the championship was the 4X800
relay team of Latrika Quinn. Jes-
sica Hill, Ashley Brownell, and
Kristle Lowry who took almost 20
seconds off the school record.
"This was a break-through
year for our girls track team-
capturing our first ever District
Championship and finishing in
the top ten in'the state. We set
five new school records this year
and the girls' hard work and
character really showed in our
late season performances," said
Coach Vernon Eppinette.


Last Saturday, the Port St.
Joe High School boys track team
competed in the Class 3A State
Track and Field Championships
in Gainesville and won their third
consecutive state tide. Eleven
members.of the Shark team qual-
ified for the meet as a result of
their top two finishes in the dis-
trict meet.
The meet-began with the 4 x
800 relay, and the team of Ger-
main Clark (2:01.8), Andre Thom-
as (2:04.3), Gabe Clark (2:03.4),
and Kelon McNair (2:02.0), who
completely dominated the field.
winning by a margin of over 10
seconds. Their time of 8:11.62 es-
tablished a new school record
and they missed setting a new
state record by just three-tenths
of a second. This win earned the
team 10 points.
In the field events, Justin
Summers placed sixth with a toss
of 133'5"; Marco Givens recorded
a new personal best of 44'6 1/2".
placing third in the triple Jump.
In the high Jump, Marco cleared
6'6" to win the competition. On
his winning effort he was three to
four inches over the bar. Justin
and Marco combined foi' 19
points in the field events. '
In the preliminaries. Tyson
Pittman recorded a time of 15.57
in the 110 hurdles, establishing a
new personal best and advanced
to the finals. Mark Williams re-
corded a time of 41.42 in tlie 300
hurdles, also a new personal
best, which advanced him to the'
finals.
In the finals. Tyson Pittman's
time'of 15.42 tied for seventh
place. Twin 'brothers, Germain
and Gabe placed fifth and sixth
in the. 1600 meters with
(4:36.52)., and 4:37.17 times.
Their efforts resulted in seven
points for the Sharks.
In the 300 hurdles. Mark Wil-
liams placed seventh with a time
of 42.79, earning two points.

Five Points R/C
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Any person Interested in re-
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Kelon McNair finished fast in
the 800 meters earning second
place with a time of 2:00.17..
Teammate Germain Clark, run-
ning in his third race of the day.
placed seventh with a time of
2:03.16. Kelon and Germain's ef-
forts earned 10 more points for
the Sharks.
The meet's final event of the
day, the 4 x 400 relay decided the
outcome. Port St. Joe led Florida
High by a margin of 49 1/2 to 44
1/2. If the Sharks could place at
least fourth then they would win
the state title.
The team of Russell Russ
(53.6), Kelon McNair (51.6), Mar-
co Givens (55.5), and Andre
Thomas (50.5) placed fourth with
a time of 3:31.39. scoring five
points. Florida High dropped the
baton and failed to score.
When the points were totaled.
Port St. Joe scored 54 1/2 points,
winning their third straight State
Track and Field Title. Florida
High finished as runner-up (44
1/2); Chiefland was third (42);*
Tampa Catholic fourth (38); Wild-
wood, fifth (37): Union County.
sixth (27); Ft. Myers Bishop Verot
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Newman finished in a tie for
ninth with 24 points.
The., Sharks won two events
in the meet recorded 10 new per-
sonal bests, and had nine ath-,
letes earn 17 All-State honors.
This was quite an accomplish-
ment as eight of the 11 team
members are underclassmen and
seven of them' were competing in.
their first ever State Track Meet.
According to Coach Scott
Gowan, "I am very proud of this
team! They began the year as an
average team and finished the
year as State Champions. They
never gave up, and they came to


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lot of people around the state
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down year for us, but this group
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no superstars, but instead a
group of young men who were
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Legislature


Quits On Time!

No New Taxes and Wise Use of
Money-A Bellwether Session
GOOD SESSION ENDS WITH MIXED BLESSINGS
Floridians can be proud of their lawmakers and Gov. Lawton Chiles
forA change as the.1996 regular session of the legislature ended on time
in a mode of no new taxes and wiser spending of the public's money.
Of course, everyone isn't happy with the first Republican Florida
Senate in 100 years and the conservative-dominated Democratic House.
'They didn't vote their hearts. It was much more political than last
year," said House grandmother Rep. Helen L. Spivey, D-Crystal River,
pointing out that $400 million was cut from social services and $100 mil-
lion a year in sales tax exemptions were given to attract businesses to
come to Florida.
She and Sen. Karen Johnson, D-Inverness, lost their "tooth fairy" bill
for the, elderly when it was sent back to committee for a study. It would
have allowed "deriturists" to provide false teeth to seniors at about a third
of the price that dentists-acting as middlemen-now charge them.
Mrs. Spivey did get her bill to strengthen laws to protect the elderly -.
from abuse through in the closing minutes, but only after Rep. Mark
Flanagan, 36, R-Bradenton, in one of those weird closing night moments
stood up before a statewide TV audience and joked:
"Mr. Speaker (ht, he, he, ha, ha, ha, ho, ho, ho) do the members know
that under her bill it will be a third degree felony to step off the curb in
traffic."
'You mightsay we funded education quite well at the expense of the
S poor," wryly observed Sen. Pat Thomas, D-Quincy, who spent much of
his time this session fighting off proposals to cut social services of tlhe
rural North Florida counties he represents.
For the past two years Chiles and the Republican Senate squared off
against each other like bantam roosters, but the climate has changed.
Chiles is embracing welfare reform, smarter and fewer state rules and
regulations and the privatizing of the Commerce Department and eco-
npmic development programs.
.. Maybe it's because even the old-time liberals are beginning to realize
It's hard to convince the average taxpayer he is shirking his duty on taxes
when Florida TaxWatch says they have increased per capital from $2,194
in 1977 to $7,776 in 1996, well ahead of inflation.
Florida Legislators abolished the Commerce Department and broke
up the huge Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services. The bud-
get was finally passed long after midnight 39 to 1, with Sen. Howard
Forman, D-Penbrooke Pines, casting the only no vote.
Veteran Senate Clerk Joe Brown, of Liberty County, was honored on
his upcoming retirement by former Senate President Pat Thomas who
said Brown, a Korean War hero, introduced him to his wife. Thomas also.
noted that Brown had decided to retire several times before but didn't
make it.
"We've got a lot to do to get out of here oh time tonight So thanks.
Let's go back to work," Brown said in the shortest speech of the evening .
SOME WINNERS AND SOME LOSERS
Sen. Rick Dantzler, D-Winter Haven, was a bit unhappy at the failure
of his bill to limit Third Party Liability lawsuits to tobacco manufacturers.
It would have assured others such as beer, wine and liquor distributors,
gun dealers, red-meat producers, and pesticide distributors they would-
n't be on the list for legal damages next, but it died in the House after
passing in the Senate.
"I don't want to go home with this situation remaining like it is,"
Dantzler said, but he did.
Chiles was the biggest winner in the session. Flushed with victory, he
and his chief lobbyist Mallory Home-former House Speaker and Senate


Capitol


NEWS ROUNDUP

from Tallahassee
by JACK HARPER

President now a state agency bureaucrat-told reporters they knew they
had won their veto override fight March 15 when Sen. Ginny Brown-
Walte. R-Spring Creek, broke ranks with fellow Republicans and
announced her support.
In an emotional speech, she attributed her change of heart to the loss
of her father and a sister to smoking-related illnesses, not to Chiles'
intense lobbying.
Home in his victory interview said that was right. "Lobbying by the
governor got some Senators to change, including Pat Thomas at Quincy,
but Brown-Walte came to her decision!on her own. We can't take credit
for it."
CHURCH-STATE SEPARATION NOT IN CONSTITUTION
Perhaps; the most interesting debate of the week.came on National
Prayer Day Friday which resulted in th passage of a bill allowing volun-
tary student-led prayer at graduation ceremonies, football games and
other extracurricular events. Public school students now can have a
moment of silence for prayer at the beginning of each day.
Constitutional lawyers In the Senate pointed out that the U. S.
Constitution does not anywhere contain the phrase, "separation of
church and state."
It does say Congress should make no law effecting the establishment
of a religion and bans any law prohibiting the free exercise of religion.
"I know it is an emotional Issue. I feel the children will be able to han-
dle it better than we adults do." said Sen. Charles Williams, D-Live Oak,
the bill's sponsor.
Perhaps so. '
Biblical principles found in the Teh Commandments and based on
the belief in one God are a part of the Judeo, Christian and Islamic reli-
gions.
That includes just about everybody except the atheists who believe
there is no God and agnostics who don't know what they believe.
And, according to those biblical principles, you should love those
atheists and agnostics as your neighbors.
It doesn't say how you should feel about those pointed-halded U. S.
Supreme Court justices who have taken everybody's God out of our pub-
lic schools by their phony reasoning called separation of church and
state.
CHARTER SCHOOLS PASS HOUSE AND SENATE
The Florida Legislature approved charter schools which would be free
from many state regulations and turned out House and Senate plans to
redraw the Third Congressional District from an octopus-shaped splatter
to a squarer block running from Jacksonville to Orlando.
Gov. Lawton Chiles has said he will not veto the charter school legis-
lation, and he isn't expected to veto the congressional redistricting which
must go back to the three-judge panel by May 22 or the federal court will
redistrict itself.
Florida is following a national trend by allowing private groups to
receive public money to operate schools, free from many state regulations.
"It really Is an enhancement to all education...it's going to provide
more choices to the parents of the state Education Commissioner Frank
Brogan said.
Under the House bill adopted by the Senate and passed on to the gov-:
ernor, school districts with under 50,000 students could have charters.
for three existing schools and fl~e new schools. Districts with 50,000 to
99,999 students could have five of each.
Private groups can ask school boards to let them establish a charter
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Any group turned down by the district school board can ask the gov-
ernor and cabinet to review the application and the school board must
show cause why it was denied.
Charter schools can't charge tuition, must be open to any student,
and cannot teach a religious curriculum. Nonprofit groups that run char-
ter schools cannot be religious institutions or be groups that run private
schools.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 1996 BUDGET
The Florida House and Senate agreed in hard-fought negotiations to
send a $40 billion 1996 budget to Gov. Lawton Chiles including these
highlights:
Spend an average $93 more per public-school, or about 2.7
increase.
S'.$100 million to reduce kindergarten through third grade class
sizes.
$400 million in social services cuts which may cause Gov. Lawton
Chiles to veto the budget.
Eliminate 400 positions (primarily administrative) from the
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services.
$300 million in revenue bonds to purchase environmentally sensi-
tive lands under the Preservation 2000 program.



Rally by the Bay

Everyone Welcome
MEET


Chris Patterson

CANDIDATE FOR

STATE ATTORNEY
14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT


Friday, May 10
3 P.M. to 7 P.M. (EDTI
S-at

Frani Pate Park
Port St: Joe, Florida
Hih.:.;,, 98 and Highway 71-

Enjoy C.B.'s World Famous B-B-Q Dinner
served with cole slaw, baked beans & bread
Special Price $5.00


Bring your family & friends to meet Chris
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BEST FOOT FORWARD
By Dr. Stephen J. Gross, Podiatrist


Keeping It In The Family Big Fishermen
In a family fishing outing on Friday, May 3rd Matt, David and In the photo above. Homer Davis (left) and John Anderson'
Randi Sasser (shown above, 1 to r) cashed in on a group of speck- (right) are sporting a pair of speckled trout from their catch of
led trout they came upon. The largest one pulled in was 25.5" the day on Thursday, May 2. One whopper measured 25" and the
long. other 27'.


St. Vincent to Celebrate "Bird


A morning bird walk will be
held to celebrate International Mi-
gratory Bird Day at the mainland
unit of St Vincent NWR on May
9. Staff will meet interested par-
ticipants at 8:00 a.m. at the
mainland unit. The mainland
unit is approximately 14 miles
west of Apalachlcola. From Apa-
lachicola follow U. S. Highway 98
West to C-30; then follow C-30
west and look for the refuge prop-
erty on the left side of the road
about one mile west of Thirteen
Mile Seafood.
Frbm Port St. Joe follow U.S.
Highway 98 east to C-30; then


follow C-30 east past Cape San
Bias. The refuge property is on
the right side about one mile east
of the Franklin/Gulf County line.
From either direction the
property is evident by the taller


pines and refuge boundary signs.
Participants will meet at the gate
in the middle of the property.
Look for a refuge vehicle.
Come prepared for the fore-
casted weather. Bring bug repel-


Day',


lent and footwear suitable for wet
or muddy conditions several inch-
es deep. Also, bring binoculars
and field guides. Staff will have a
spotting scope in case one is
needed.


,'96 Srs. Receive Welding Certificates
.. In the photo above, Tommy Knox (left) welding instructor atPort St. Joe High School is shown
presenting certificates.-of completion of the. welding program ts*(l to r) Keith Saleh, Steve Miller,
Jake Richards and Adam Griffin. ,. I :-_ ..


Will Conduct Auction /


St. Jude Children's R h


Hospital announced today that
Wade Clark in Port St. Joe will be
conducting the "Get Sold On It


staff at HigiaendView Elementary for

your hard work and dedication in
educating our children.

iland View Elementary PTO

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Janice Cogburn


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* Divorce
* Custody
* Adoptions


* Real Estate
* Wills Probate
* Guardianship
* Incorporation
* Personal Injury


cow


St Jude Kids" auction, sponsored
by the National Auctioneers Asso-
ciation to benefit St. Jude Chil-
dren's Research Hospital. Funds
raised by this event will go to help
continue research, patient care,
and educational programs. The
Port St. Joe High School track
team will be assisting in gather-
ing donations and will share auc-
tion proceeds,
HSt. Jude Children's Research
Hospital. located in Memphis,
Tennessee, was founded by enter-
tainer, Danny Thomas, The insti-
tution opened its doors to the
public in 1962 to combat catas-
trophic diseases in children. St.
Jude in non-sectarian, interra-
cial, and currently provides medi-
cal care to over 150 patients each
day. All costs of treatment beyond
those reimbursed by insurance
are covered by the hospital.
At St. Jude, scientists anfd
physicians work side-by-side
seeking not only better means of
treatment, but also the cause,
cure, and prevention of these ter-
rible killers. All information
gained at St. Jude is shared free-
ly with other hospitals and insti-
tutions the world over.
The auction date is set for
Saturday, May 25 in Port St. Joe.
The.funds raised In this event
will help to ensure that children
with cancer and other life-
threatening diseases will have a
better chance to live. For more in-
formation please contact Wade
Clark at (904) 229-9282.


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SPRAINED ANKLE
A sprained ankle is one of the
most common injuries that is treated
by podiatrist. Pain, swelling and skin
discoloration are typical of sprains.
It's good sense to arrange prompt
treatment by the podiatrist.
In an ankle sprain, one or more
ligaments is severely overstreched or
is torn. There is more to be con-
cerned about than immediate dis-
comfort. The ligaments ordinarily re-
strict joint motion to a limited range.
Once a ligament is damaged, the
joint may remain unstable perma-
nently.
Treatment varies depending on
the ligament that. is affected and the
severity of the strain. Satisfactory


healing may re-
quire professional
strapping to re-
duce motion, or
casting followed
by a program of
physical therapy. Surgical repair is
recommended in some cases as the
best means of maintaining ankle sta-
bility. In other cases, the wearing of
orthotic shoe inserts provides suffi-
cient control.
Presented In the Interest
of better foot care by:
DR. STEPHEN J. GROSS, PODIATRIST
HIGHWAY 98 EASTPOINT
(904) 670-8999


Free Retirement Planning Semrinar i


MAKING SENSE OUT OF YOUR

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Sponsored By
Dean Witter and
The Gulf County Chamber of Commerce

SDeciding What To Do With
Your Company Retirement Money


* Should you take your benefits in full or
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* Is it better to pay taxes on your money
or establish an IRA rollover?
* If you choose an IRA rollover which
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This special educational seminar will
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difference in .the dollars you receive at
retirement.

Featured Speakers

Lou Kellenberger
and
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Retirement Planning.Specialists


Date: May 9, 1996, Thursday


Time:


Admission is free
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Call
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Highway 71 North
Port St. Joe, Florida


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Mother's Day
Our mothers have shared
so much with us. Since I
was a small boy I always
got a gift or a remembrance
for my mother. In her final
days in a nursing home a
"l gift was not appropriate
Oliver F. Taylor due to her condition. This
Visitation Minister, First left a void in my life.
United Methodist Church
In 2 Timothy 1:5, "I am
reminded of your sincere faith, a faith that
dwelt first in your grandmother Lois, and your
mother Eunice, and now, I am sure, dwells in
you." My mother and father both shared their
faith with their children.
Sunday is designated as Mother's Day. My
dad was a railroad man who was sometimes out
Sof town on Sundays. Mother took her children
to Sunday School and church every Sunday
when dad was out of town. Mother's faith was
instilled in us. Every Mother's Day I remember
this.


In Memory of
Jonnia Clenny
The Angel of Death has again
entered our Portals and carried
one of our members to her Home
on High with theKing of Kings in
that city not made with hands.
Whereas: Our Heavenly 'Fa-
ther saw fit to call our Sister Jon-
nia Sykes Clenny from her earth-
ly labors to Eternal Rest on April
26, 1996.
Our Sister was a faithful and
loyal members for 50 years. Serv-
ing as Worthy Matron in 1957. -
ThereforeIBe it resolved that
we bow our heads and hearts to
the will of God who Knows Best.'
Be it further resolved: That
we. of Gulf Chapter No. 191 Order
of The Eastern Star extend our
deepest sympathy and fraternal'
love to her bereaved family.
Be it further resolved: That a
copy of these resolution besent
to her family and a copy spread
upon the minutes of our chapter,
'The chain of fraternal friend-
ship; Is bound by links of gold;
Which we fondly hold and cher-
ish; Our friends both new and
old; And when one by one they
sever: Just why we cannot tell;
But we trust our heavenly Father;


Who doeth all things well."
Lovingly & fraternally submitted


Barbara Mannon W..M, Hazel
Sims P.M., and Mary Jane Traw-
ick P.G.E.


Note Of Thaks
The family of Regine Fatheree
Lucas would like to thank every-
one for their prayers, cards, and
for every other act of kindness
and love during the illness and
death of our beloved Regine. She
will be eternally in our hearts.
Jewell Lucas
Sons, Lee and Peyton Fatheree
Nephew, Percy Morris and family


Gulf Pines

Volunteers
Hospital volunteers are need-'
ed for the Gulf Pines Hospital
adult program and for the candy
striper program. Young adults
whose ages range from '14-18
years are sought to become in-
volve in this area.
If you would like more infor-
mation please contact Ruth Brow-
nell or Tessa Goff at 227-1121.


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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
MEXICO IEACH,
Jim Davis, Pastor
823 N. 15th Street 648-5776
Sunday Bible Study (all ages) ...........;.......:00CST
M morning W orship........................... ....... ..... 10:00 CST
Evening W orship ..........................;...............6:30 CST
Wednesday Bible Study (all ages)............6:30 CST


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Church ,
S is here for you.
FIRST UNION BANK BUILDING, MONUMENT AVENUE, PORT ST. JOE
S SUNDAY WORSHIP lOtOOAM AND 6:OPM REV. MARTY MARTIN, PASTOR- 229-9254

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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1996 PAGE 3B


Valdosta Coach Nick Hyder To Speak At


Wewahitchka Methodist Church This Week
22nd year as head coach of the -U.S.A.; (4) academics; (5) friends;
Sneaks at WHS Saturday at 7:00 p.m.: Sunday at Valdosta Wildcats football team (6) team.


8 a.m. Baccalaureate and Morning Worship Hour
John F. Kramer, pastor of calaureate Service. The service
First United Methodist Church in will commence at 8:00 a.m. in the
Wewahitchka :s pleased to an- 'school's gymnasium.
nounce plans for three special lo- Following the service at the
cal appearances this weekend by school, Coach Hyder will' preach
Coach Nick Hyder, Athletic Direc- at Wewa's First United Methodist
tor of Valdosta High School in Church in the 11:00 a.m. worship
Valdosta, Georgia. hour.
Coach Hyder will, begin by
speaking to an assembly of the About Coach Hyder:
F.C.A. in Wewa on Saturday. May Coach Nick Hyder is a native
llth at 7:00 p.m. at Wewahltch- of Elizabethton, Tennessee. He
ka High School In the Commons graduated from Elizabethton High
Area. A love offering will be col- School ranking sixth In a class of
elected during the evening. 206. He earned his B.S. Degree
On Sunday morning, he will from Carson-Newman College in
be addressing students, family 1957 and a M.S. degree from the
members and faculty attending :University of Tennessee in 1958.
Wewahitchka High School's' Bac-: This year he completed his


Florida Physicians Push

. For Tobacco Ban In State


"Nicotine dependency is the
most common form, of drug addic-
tion, and the one that causes
more disease and death than all
other addictions combined," Flori-
da physicians charge in an article
in a special February 1996 issue
of The Journal of the Florida Medi-
cal Association focusing on all as-
pects of tobacco use and abuse in
this state.
SIn a series of articles, physi-
cians and researchers .point out
the scientific argument against
the use of tobacco, its cost In
lives and money to the state's res- .
idents and taxpayers,. and the
reason why stronger controls are
needed on the sale and use of to-
bacco products.
Nearly one of four Floridians "
smoke and virtually every demo-
graphic group except the elderly
were smoking more in 1994 than
in 1993, according to an article
by Leslie M. Beitsch. M.D., J.D.,
HRS Assistant State Health Offi-
cer for Family Health Services
,and Doris M. McTague, M.S.,
HRS Assistant in Survey Re-
search in Family Health Services
in Tallahassee.


This column is provided as a serivce ol the Gulf Co
ing and mental health center. It is not intended to r
vices.
Dear Counselor,
,Nobody understands me! I'm
fifteen years old, falling school,
and I just'got picked up by the
local cops, for smoking pot.
Everyone is saying that I'm a total
loser and everything is all my
fault, but it isn't. I have no father
and my Mom works shift work
and is not home to get me up for
school on time. So, I end up miss-
ing half the day of classes and my
grades suffer. Not only that, but
all of my teachers hate me and
they don't give me a chance. No
wonder I 'smoke pot. Besides, all
of my friends do,' too, so what's
the big deal? How can I get all of
these people off of my back?
Signed,
Fed Up with Stupid Adults
Dear Fed Up,
It sounds like you are really in
a rut. You seem to feel as if you
are living 'in an uncaring world
with- imperfect adults running
your life. Being fifteen is not easy.
Teenagers have very few rights
and many responsibilities in this
society. It's a tough time, but
there are some things you can do
to get the adults off your back.
First of all, you are fighting a
losing battle; "swimming up-
streani", so to speak. The way to
gain freedom is to gain the.respect
of the 'adult authorities in your
life. Respect is not given to teens.
It must be earned and you can do
this by working with the adults
rather than trying to fight them.
Another way to look at it is that
life is a game with rules. If you
don't play by the rules, you are
Disqualified and labeled a "loser".
For example, smoking pot is ille-
gal. You will continue to lose the
freedoms you have if you cofitinue
to break the law. Play by the
Rules, and you will win this game.


However, Beitsch and
McTague note that surveys show
"In 1993, nearly 80 percent of
young adult smokers in Florida
had quit smoking for one day or
'longer and nearly 70 percent ex-
pressed a desire to quit perma-
nently."

Christopher Johnson. a
fourth year University of Florida
medical student 'and Mark S.
Gold. M.D., a professor at the
University's College of Medicine,
Department ofNeuroscience, note
that studies demonstrate the
neurochemical impact of nicotine
on the brain and body of users.
Joyner Sims, PhD, research
associate professor at the Univer-
sity of South Florida College of
Public Health in Tampa and State
Director. Tobacco Prevention Pro-
: gram. in the State Health Office,
writes that public opinion in Flor-
ida clearly favors higher taxes on
cigarettes, banning of smoking in
the workplace and forcing tobac-
co companies to pay a portion of
health care costs for smoking re-
lated diseases.


unty Guidance Clinic, Inc., a professional,counsel-
eplace psychological counseling or treatment ser-

Secondly, you have some con-
trol over your situation that you
may not realize. It's true that
everything is not your fault.
However, it is your responsibility
Sto get to school on time. Perhaps if
'you take this first step, show
some initiative to get yourself Up
in the morning, and work a little
harder in school, your teachers
will give you a chance.
S Finally, your friends who.
smoke pot are playing with fire.
They are' risking the same fate
that you are experiencing now, if
they haven't experienced worse,
already. Pot has been proven to
cause short term memory loss,.
respiratory problems, sexual
impotence, and many other side
!effects. It is socially unacceptable
and illegal. Do you guys really
need this? Quit and maybe your
friends will follow your example.
Lead your peers rather than fol-
lowing them. None of this is easy
and you may need some help.
Winning the game means
playing by the rules, but it's diffi-
,cult sometimes to know what they
are. Talk to your school counselor
or see a counselor at the guidance
clinic. We can help you learn the
rules and some ways to take con-
trol of your situation rather than
having the adults in your life con-
trol you.
Sincerely,
Cathy Stringer, M.S. Outreach
Counselor
Note: Please address your ques-
tions and comments to:
Dear Counselor, 311, Williams
Ave., Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Names and addresses are option-
al and will remain confidential.
Letters may be edited for length.
Urgent inquiries and requests
for professional counseling
should be directed by phone to
227-1145.


with a record of 249 wins and 36
losses and two ties. '
Upon arriving at Valdosta
High, recognized as "America's
winningest high school football
team", by National Federation of
High School Associations, he
moved to continue its excellence
and expand on it.
This was accomplished by his
strict adherence to his patented
four values plus six priorities sys-
tem-(1) moral; (2) spiritual; (3)
mental; and'(4) physical; plus, .
. (1) God; (2) family; (3) country-


His life of dedication has con-
tinued the winningest high school
football program in America. This
is illustrated by their six unde-
feated seasons, seven state AAAA
championships, state runner-up
twice, three National Champion-
ships declared by USA Today in
1984 and 1986 and ESPN in
1992. And recorded as further
proof are the seven times he was
selected as Georgia's Coach of the
Year; 16 times Region Coach of
the Year; and was named USA To-
day Coach of the Year in 1984.


SDiscover God's love!
Everyone welcome

Long Avenue
BAPTIST CHURCH'
1601 Long Avenue Port SL Joe 229-8691
Worship Sundays at 11 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
7 p.m.; Prayer & devotion 7 p.m.; Adult Praise Choir 8 p.m.
Curtis Clark, pastor
Mark Jones, minister of music & youth


FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
REV. BILL WHITE, PASTOR
2420 Long Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
904-229-6886
Port St. Joe's'"'Port of Victory"
Sunday School ..............................................10 a.m .
Morning Worship ....................................11 a.m.
Sunday Evening ..................... .......6 p.m.
Wednesday Evening ......................................7 p.m.


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Constitution AnirdMonument
CathPth e Sw4 it TortSt.oe
THE UNED METOISTCHURCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School .........9:45 a.m. Methodist Youth
Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. Fellowship ..............6:00 p.m.
Evening Worship ..........7:30 p.m.
Rev. ZedoBaxter Choir Practice
Rev. ZedoBaxter Wednesday .............7:30 p.m.
PASTOR


"THE EXCITING PLA CE TO WORSHIP"
First Baptist Chiurch'
S102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE
Sunday School 9:45 am
Worship 11:00 am
Disciple Training 6:00 pm
Evening Worship 7:00 pm
__WednesdayPrayer Meeting ...7:00 pm
Gary Smith Buddy Caswell



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
U J ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor



'IAA FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
4 8 CHURCH

SUNDAY WORSHIP ........................10 a.m.
VLV ADULT SCHOOL.....................11 a.m.
fU S *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
Nursery Available
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor


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

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 1 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 of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


Join Us For Worship .. .

Overstreet Bible Church
A Non-Denomidational Church
Overstreet Road
Services:
Sunday School 10 a.m., CST
Morning Worship 11 a.m., CST J
Evening Service 6 p.m., CST Pastor Guy Labonte
Wed. Bible Study 6 p.m., CST Phone: 648-5912



first United M etft t Ciurel. t oist
111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Morning Church ......................9:00 a.m. CT
Church School ....................10:00 a.m. CT
+*Nursery Provided"
CHRISTIANITY ON THE 1MOVE
Dr. Loule Andrews, Pastor John Anderson, Music Director
Office Phone: 648-8820 Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am 1-2 noon CT








PAGE 4B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1996


School News


Events and Happenings from County Schools
rn


Wewahitchka

Elementary

News ..
By Linda Whitfield


"If You Can Read This.
Thank A Teacher"
Tuesday, May 7th was Na-
tional Teacher Awareness Day na-
tionwide. At WES. In front of the
school, there hangs a banner
with the above saying on it. The
PTO provided .doughnuts and
juice on Monday morning which
was well received and appreciat-
ed.
Daniel Jordan Is The Gifted
Student Of The Week
Gifted teacher, Willis Chal-
lenge chose Daniel Jordan, the
12-year-old son of Brenda and
Brady Jordan, as the "Student of
the Week".
Daniel is in the sixth grade
homeroom of Becky Birmingham.
He enjoys playing football, watch-
ing TV-especially "Home Im-
provement", and he would like to
visit France one day. Daniel
would like to be a doctor when he
grows up because he wants to
"help people".
Daniel said, "Education
opens' new doors of opportunity
and helps me to get ahead in life."
His teacher, says that, "Daniel is
very hard-working and gets along
well with others. He aims to
please. He is very caring and in
tune to the needs of others."
Daniel will receive a medium
pizza and movie rental from Pizza
Kitchen. Congratulations!
Sympathy
Mr. Kelley and the staff of
WES would like to extend its
sympathy to the C. J. Land family
in the death of Mildred Land; the
Robert Brown family in the death
of Mr. Brown; and the Hoyt Ad-
ams family in the death of Mr.
Adams.
Dates.. .
Mark your calendars. May is
speeding by and not waiting for
anything.
9th--old Card Lunch (students
making honor roll at least twice)
10th-Track and Field Day in
Port St. Joe; Third graders visit
Planetarium in Tallahassee
13th-Pre-K visits: Gulf- World;
Sixth graders go to Waktilla



Wewahitchka


High School


I I
On -The Road Againl
Tracksters did great in'
Cainesville, as the boys took third
place. Congrats to Luke Taunton
(800 m & 1600 m) and Danny
Voyles (400 m) for first place
wins. arid to. all others who
earned points.
Softballers were edged by Jay
9-8, ending their season. Super
effort, girls-you almost pulled it
off despite the late season adver-
sity. Next year will be the year
Baseballers dunked Grace-
ville 6-2 in the Region semi-
finals, and as I write are on their
way to Daytona Beach for the Re-
gional finals against Father Lopez
High School. Yes-it costs a lot of'
money-donations appreciated! If
we win, it's on to Statell Congrats
also go to Port St. Joe High
School for their success in the
same three sports this year!
Baccalaureate is this Sunday
at 8:00 a.m. in the gym. If you
plan, to attend, please come in
time to be seated prior to 8:00
a.m. Graduation is scheduled for
7:00 p.m. Friday night, May 17,
also in the gym.
The gifted class, returned
from Mexico Thursday during the,
wee hours of the morning. Great
trip I guess-since I've never been'
to Cancun, I just have to guess!!
Middle School Academic Ban-
quet is Monday, May 20 at 6:30
p.m. If you received an invite,
please respond 'to' Barbara ,Eu-
banks or Marty Sterzoy at 639-
2228. Please make sure your in-
vited student is there to accept.
the recognition he or she de-
serves.
Have a great week!


Springs
14-15th--Fifth graders at Pebble
Hill Plantation in Georgia; Fourth
grade play at 8:30
15th-Fourth and fifth graders
go skating
16th-Early Dismissal for Teach-
er Inservice
17th-WHS Graduation
21st-'Third Grade Beach Blast"
at Mexico Beach
22nd-Kindergarten Graduation
and Awards Program at 8:30;
Sixth Grade Awards Program at
6:00 p.m.
23rd-Grades 1-5 Awards Pro-
gram; Last day for students!
28th-Last day for teachers!


Wewa Middle
School Banquet
On Monday, May 20 at 6:30
p.m. Wewahitchka High School
faculty and staff will host the an-
nual Middle School Students of
Excellence Banquet in the high,
school Commons Area.
In order for a student to get
an invitation they must meet the
following guidelines: have a cur-
rent 3.25 grade point average or
better; special departmental nom-
inations (i.e. mathematics, sci-
ence, English); must have no
more than a level one offense re-
garding discipline or a student
who has won recognition outside.
the school may also receive an in-
vitation.
This fs one of the most out-
standing and rewarding endeav-
ors WHS educators are involved
in eachyear.
Anyone who receives an invi-
tation is invited to come out and
support Wewa students. ,
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The: 4

Lion's Tale
News. Column
Faith Christian School

Parents, please register your.
children for the 1996-97 school
year during these next two weeks..
We need to plan next year's class
schedules and many of our books
must be ordered by May 31. We
will be glad to send the papers
home with your students if you
will request them.
The Faith Christian "Relay for
Life" team which participated in
the American Cancer Society
campaign came in third in the
number of laps ran or walked. We
want to give our thanks to Bren-
da Robershaw who organized the
group and all those who were a
part of it. They were Josh Whit-
field, Jeff Schwelkert. Chris Ro-
bershaw. Shawn Scalf, Ben
SMcCroan, O'Dell Dandy, Karissa
McDufile, Mazie Stone and Bren-
da Robershaw. Josh Whitfield
was top runner with 24 laps and
Mazie Stone was tops in contribu-
tions collected. Lunch was provid-
ed by Kathy Whitfield and drinks
and snacks were donated by Ron-
nie Robershaw. The group en-
joyed being a part of the event
even with sore muscles and all.
Last week field trips were en-
joyed by grades two and three.
"Miss Sue" Monteiro's class spent
the day, Tuesday, at Zoo World at
Panama City Beach. The third
grade had a great time at the
Junior Museum in Tallahassee
with their teacher and tour guide,
"Miss Joy" Richards. Many
thanks to the parents who helped
with these excursions.

Thursday, May 9, the high
school chorus will perform a mu-
sical, "The Ride" at Grace Baptist
Church at 7 p.m. The church is
located onf the top floor of First
Union Bank. .Faith Christian in-
vites all those who would enjoy a
youth' musical presentation to
join them.


Honor Roll Students


Port St. Joe High School
Principal Wes Taylor of Port Heather Fields, Brigette Godfrey,
St. Joe High School is proud to Kristi, Lawrence, Jeff Player,
announce the names of students Deann Redmond, Jenny Small-
who earned placement on the wood, and Alyson Williams.
honor rolls for the fifth six weeks
dStudents who earned all A's
grading period. and B's were as follows:
Students who earned all A's and B's were as foll
Ninth grade-Anna Duren,
were as follows: Meredith Godfrey, Jessica Hill,
Ninth grade-Rebekah Cope, Wade Kennington, Laura Kil-
James Faison, Tracey Fitzgerald, bourn, Brett Lowry, Rachel
Julia Six, Lindsay Williams, and McCran, Wendy Sander, and
Nathan Wisdahl. Tracy Watkins.
Tenth grade-Acacia Clark, Tenth grade-William Bryant,'
Quint Klingbeil, Jarred Patterson, Jeremy Dixon, James Gainnie,
Jodie Wear, and Casey White. Lisa Hambrick, Sabrina Hanson,
Eleventh grade-Jesse Col- Delanie Hebert, James Heine-
bert, Karen Falbe, Gena Johnson, mann, Kim Lamberson, Amanda
Kayce Knox, Stephanie Maxwell, Phillips, Gretchen Stevens,
Priscilla Medina, and Misty Wood. Wayne Summers, Emily Thomp-
Twelfth grade-Erica Beard, son, John Thompson, Casle Wil-
Destiny Daniels. Leslie Faison, liams, and Mack Young.


Wewahitchka Elementary School


Principal Jerry Kelley of We-
wahitchka Elementary School is
proud to announce the names of
students who earned placement
on the honor rolls for the fifth six
weeks grading period.
Students who earned all A's
were as follows:
Third grade-Jody Barnes,
Jade Gaskin, Jill Pippin, and Will
Strange.
Fourth grade--Shanna Col-
lier, Shawn Davis, Laura Hus-
band, Cassie Ward, Darnell
Ward, Jessica Wells, and Omer
Worley.
Fifth grade-Caleb Cutchin,
Clark Cutchin, Cortne Hoover,
Judith Husband, Kelli Jackson.
Sean Kerrigan, Jesse Knee, and
Monique Sirmons.
Sixth grade-Joshua Alder-
man, Lindsey Carter, Alex Chan,
and Kimberly McMillion.
Students who earned all A's
and B's were as follows:
Third grade-Eugene Allen,
Crystal Baker, Kyle Barnes, Sam
Boyd, Courtney Bremer, Eric
Broxton, Shieletta Fisher. Can-
dice Gordon, Holly Gray. Kaci
Hoover. Jacob Jacksoh, paryl
Knee, Tiffany Laird. Dustin Lillie.
Brandy Little. Courtney Martin.


David ,McDonald, Brandi Sasser,
and Daniel Sineath;
Fourth grade-Trampus An-
drews, Sean Butch, Blake Butler,
Wayne Dunkle, Stephanie
Grimes, Dawn Hall, Dottie Hall,
Kyle Hall, William Harrell, Tocar-
ira Jones, Jamie McCorvey. Holly
Merritt, Hunter Nunnery. Will
Owens, William Raker, Kyle
Smith, Dirk Sylvester, and Moni-
ca Zito.
Fifth grade-B. J. Alderman,
Justin Barnes, Sheena Barnes,
Aleasha Hand, Daniel 'Holmes,
Buerl Jankowski, Matthew Kram-
er, Beau Ludlam, Derrick McMl-
lion. Meagan Morris, Robert
Rouse, Timothy Slay. Laura Spi-
vey,, Charli Taylor. Jonathan
Thomas, Janna Traylor, Robert
White, and Andrae Williams.
Sixth grade-Terrance Addi-
son, Shay Cain. Brandon Causey.
Joshua Conley, Chris Connell.
Maquita Culver, Tony Kyle Dan-
iels, Nora Dykes, Nicole Hall, Ton-
ya Hall, Cerelle Hanes, Tanisha
Hellum, Anthony Hysmith, Wil-
liam Jenkins, Brandi Jones. Ryan
Martin, Timothy Pynes, Crystal
Rice. Michael Roberts, Jason
Stfimel; :- Myron Vann. --Heather
Vertrees, Jennifer Williams.


ibe choo l


From the Principal's Desk
By: Chris A. Earley
Athletic Awards Assembly
Due to circumstances beyond
our control the Athletic Awards
Assembly Program has been post-
poned. We will have both the Aca-
demic and Athletic Awards on Fri-
day, May 17 at 9:00 a.m. in the
gym. Parents are invited to at-
tend.
May Schedule
.The month of May is shaping
up to be an exciting yet hectic
time of year. Below you will find a
schedule of events for the month:
7th--Seventh grade field trip to
Wakulla Springs
10th-Mr. Walker's field trip to
Panacea, FSU Marine Lab
13th-Mrs. Knox's seventh'grade
classes present a play in the:
Commons Area at 7:00 p.m.
14th-Sixth Grade Orientation
from 9 to 10:15 a.m.
15th-E.S.E. field trip to Panama
City Mall
16th-S.C.A./BETA Club skating
trip
17th-Academic/Athletic Awards
Day at 9:00 a.m.; BETA Club
Dance from 7 to 10:30 p.m.
20th-Six weeks exams during-
periods 1, 3, and 5
21st-Six weeks exams during:
periods 2, 4, and 6
22nd-Wacky Olympics (early
dismissal)
23rd-Dance (early dismissal,
last day of school)
Summer School Schedule
Port St. Joe Middle School's
Summer School will consist' of
four day -week, nine day semes-
ters. The first will begin on June
3rd and end on June 17th. The
second semester begins on June
18th and will be completed on
July 2nd.
Each school day will begin at
7:30 a.m. and students will be re-
leased at 2:40 p.m. Breaks will be
for 30 minutes. The teacher's day
will extend 10 minutes prior to
and after that of the students.
Students are required to at-
tend summer school will be noti-
fied during the week of May 27th
to 31st.
MIDDLE SCHOOL NEWS
By: Alicia Christie
This week's seventh grade


"Students of the Week" are Melis-
sa Haun and Sam Bell. Congratu-
lations to both of youf !


Bulldog News
PORT ST. JOE :
-ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Students Of The Week
Congratulations to our "Stu-
dents of the Week" .. ...kinder-
garten-Rene Lewis; first grade-
Rodney Besore; second grade-
Emily Raffleld; third grade-
Sheena Bell; fourth grade-Kristen
Chavis;- fifth grade-Julia Comfort-
er; and sixth grade-Tikila Walker.
STrack And Field Day
Our annual Track and Field
Day will be held on Friday, May
10 at the Port St. Joe High School
football stadium. There will be a
concession stand. Come out and
join the fun.
Kindergarten Registration
If your child plans to attend
Port St. Joe Elementary School,
and you were unable to attend
registration, please come by the
front office before May 23 and
bring the following ..... a copy
of birth certificate, a copy of so-
cial security number, proof of im-
munization, proof of 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
$10.00.
Gold Card Lunch
The annual Gold Card Lunch
for grades three through six will


Eleventh grade-Ronisu Bird,
Amy Buzzett, Germain Clark,
Carrie Davis, Jennifer Dickson,
Audrey Franklin, Robbi Funder-
burk, Lacheryl Garland, Jona-
than Gilmore, Michael Groh,
Sherri Hamilton, Tina Klope, Oliv-
ia Kumarickal, Charlie Lanford,
Tasheka Langston, Kristie Lowry,
Bridgette Price, Harmony Priest,
Bryar Simon, John Tatum, Wil-
liam Todd, Matthew White, Stefa-
nie Wibberg, Eric Wisdahl, and


Christy Wood.
Twelfth grade-Scooter Acree,
Shonna Armstrong, Villa Avizius,
April Bryant, Kimberly Burkett,
Sharity Byrd, Quatonia Croom,
Laurie Cullen, Christopher Follin,
Danielle Fox, Sharon Gainous,
Adam Griffin, Dee Horton, Angel
King, Kristi Kirkland, Michelle
Lindsey, Serena Littleton, Kent
McCullough, Heather Nixon, Matt
Roberson, Jamie Roberts, Da-
nielle Ross, Kendra Shackelford,
Justin Summers, Reginald Ward,
Cherrish White, and Lance White-
eagle.


ark al By: Deann Redmond)


Congratulations to the
Port St. Joe High School boys
track team for winning their
third Class 3A State Title.
Scoring points for the boys
were: Germain Clark. Andre
Thomas, Gabe Clark, Kelon
McNair, Marco 'Givens, Justin
Summers, Tyson Pitt-
man, Mark Williams,
and Russell Russ.
Great job Sharks!
The girls track
team won ninth
place-the highest
finish by a girls ath-
letic team at State
competition in our
school's history. Girls
who placed were:
Fanta Harris, Stepha-
nie Maxwell, Jennie
Smallwood,: Lafrika
Quinn, Jessica Hill, Ashley
Brownell, and Kristie Lowry.
The Lady Sharks' softball
team members out hit Chlpley
but came up short in a Region-
al play-off game last Friday.
Those with hits were Alyson
Williams, Heather Fields. Lind-
say Williams, Brigette Godfrey,
Dee Horton, and Gena John-
son. Good season, :Lady
Sharks!
Juniors, if you're interested
in an excellent scholarship and
willing to spend a few years in
the' military., see, Ms. i,-Witteh
right away-to begin applying. :
Peer mentors should also


The annual "Relay For Life",
hosted by the American Cancer
Society, was held last Saturday,
May 4. The South Gulf County
Unit raised more that $14,000,
which is: more than they have
ever raised before. Great job!!
Thanks to everyone who helped


be held on Tuesday, May 14.
Congratulations to those stu-
dents who have earned the honor
to attend.`
6th Grade Parents Meeting:
There 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


-


By: Jo Hernandez


Higt


Pizza For The Winners .....
SK-3 will be treated to a pizza
party on Friday, May 10th for be-
ing the group that collected the
most blue Pepsi caps. Mrs. El-
kins' third grade class was the
overall winner for most caps col-
lected. Greatjob guys.
Third Grade To Sail ....
,On Friday, May 10th: the
third graders will have the oppor-
tunity to sail aboard the Governor
Stone ; in Apalachicola." This
should be a great experience for
them to ride on such an old his-
torical ship. We will get some
comments from some of the stu-
dents next week.
Off To Gulf World .....
Kindergarten and first grade.
will travel to Gulf World on Pana-
ma City Beach for a visit with the
animals as they conclude a unit
on the sea. Parents will need to
make arrangements to pick up
their children as they will return
after school has been dismissed
for the day.
Hurricane Warning Issued ....
The National Weather Service
has issued a Hurricane Warning
for South Gulf County for Friday,


be commended for their hard
work this year. Danielle Fox,
Dana Fox, Karen Falbe, Au-
drey Franklin. Wendy Wood-
mranand Germain Clark will
be treatedto a dinner at Gulf
Sands Restaurant' at which
they will receive an award for
their dedication.
Please, 'give sa-
lute to the Classi of
1996 as they have
I.: completed their days
at Port St. Joe High
School and will
graduate on May 20
at 8:00 p.m.
Seniors, there
are several things
you must do before
graduation You
should check with
Mrs. Priest to pay all debts,
and check with Mrs. Turner to
pick up senior check-out
sheets.
Cap and gown portraits
will be taken Saturday. May
11. ....
Congratulations to the sen-
iors which have been accepted
into Port St. Joe High School's
Hall of Fame: Matt Roberson,
Des Baxter, Barry Adkison,
Erica Beard, Leslie Faison,
Brigette Godfrey, Kristi Law-
rence, Jennie Smallwood, Aly-
son Williams, and Deann Red-
m on -d r '*f. i '*** *' ..* ,, .
Best wishes to all members
.of the Class of 19961


and participated. It was a lot of
fun for a very good cause!
Congratulations to the boys
track. team. They're STATE
CHAMPS for the third year in a
rowl We're proud of youl
Have a great week!


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 Graduationi
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 grade students at
this time. Parents are invited to
attend.


N~hwM


land View Elementary
May 10. The Highland View Hur-
ricanes will be blowing into the
field site next to PSJE and will be
ready to meet the competition
head on this year. The students
are excited and have really been
practicing hard for all their
events. So good luck and hold on
to your hats because the winds
will be high ...

Gulf County Schools
Lunch Menu
MAY 13 -1 17
MON-Corn Dog, French
Fries, English Peas, Milk and
Cake.
TUES-Meat Patties, Sweet
Potatoes, Green Beans,
Roll; Milk and Cookie.
WEDS-Beef. Stew, Fruit
Cup, Roll and Dessert.
THURS-Country Fried
Steak, Turnip Greens.
Mashed Potatoes and Gra-
vy, Cornbread and Milk
FRI-Cheeseburger, Let-
tuce, Tomato, Pickle,
French Fries or Tater
Tots. Milk and Cake.


From the

desk of..

Principal,
Larry A.
Mathes








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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1996 PAGE 5B


[Gulf County Commission Minutes


O PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
WORKSHOP
March 26, 1996
The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners met this date in workshop
session with the following members
present: Chairman Billy E. Traylor, and
Commissioners Warren J. Yeager, Jr., Mi-
chael L: Hammond, Nlathan Peters, Jr., and
Jessie V. Armstrong. Others present were:
Deputy Clerk Patricia A. Taylor, Chief Ad-
ministrator Dan Butler, Administrative As-
sistant Debbe Wibberg, Attorney Tim
McFarland and Solid Waste Director Joe
Danford.
The meeting came to order at 5:22
p.m., E.S.T.
Chairman Traylor stated that the
George Hean Company, a possible tenant
for the Gulf County Industrial Park, had
submitted the following list of items, for
consideration by the County. Each item
was addressed individually by the Board.
1) Will the County make a lease-
purchase agreement available on the In-
dustrial Park building? If so, what are the
proposed terms?
RESPONSE:
The Board stated they are confident
that a lease-purchase agreement for the In-
dustrial Park Building is possible, however
the terms are not known at this time.
2) Will the County defer payments,
until the George Hean Company's existing
;facility sells or up to one (I) )ear maxi-
'mum?
RESPONSE:
The Board stated that they cannot
,commit to deferred payments, however, it
\vill be at least one year before the Industri-
al Park"building is ready for occupation,
and billing begins.
S 3) Will the County allow the George
Hean Company'to use the 0% financing
available to the County through the Gulf
S Coast Electric Cooperative?
RESPONSE:' '
The Board stated that they cannot of-
'fer this financing. However, the George
Hean Company may request special financ-
ing directly from the Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative.
4) Will the County offer an Ad Vald-
rem tax break to the George Hean Compa-
ny? If so, for how many years?'
RESPONSE:
Following a discussion, the Board
stated that the County Is willing to grant
San Ad Valorem tax break, provided the Is-
sue is placed ona referendum ballot and
passed.
5) Will the City/County or Utility
Companies offer a high usage utility rate?
RESPONSE: ,
.;Following a discussion, thed Board
stated thatthe County Is willing to grant
an Ad Valorem tax break, provided the Is-
sue Is placed on a referendum ballot and
passed.
" 5) Will the City/County or Utility
Companies offer a high utility'rate?
RESPONSE:
S The Board stated that the George
Hean Company will have to pursue the pos-
sibility of a high usage uillty rate through
the utility companies, this is something
that the Board has no control over.
6) Will the County allow the George
Hean Company to be involved In the crea-
tion of covenants for the Industral Park'?
RESPONSE:
The Board agreed that partial involve.
ment of the George Hean Company. in
making covenants for the Industrial Park Is
acceptable. Chief Administrator Butler sug-
gested that a committee may be formed.
and the George Hean Company can have a
representative on the Committee.
7) Will the County give the George
Hean Company the first option to pur-
chase/use land adjacent to their parcel?
RESPONSE:
SThe BoardtUteid aa the 'George
i Hean Company could have the first option
on land adjacent to their parcels. if the
land would be used to build another build-
ing If the land would not be used by the
George Hean Company, then it would be of-
fered to other possible tenants
8) What are the Economic Develop-
ment Associanon s guidelines lor hiring ad-
didonal employees (I.e. numbers required
and dates)?
RESPONSE:
Chief Administrator Butler reported
that the Economic Development Associa-
tion requires that a company hale at least
fifteen (15) employees. The George Hean
Company already employs more than fif-
teen employees. so this requirement has al-
ready been met.
9) When will the Industrial Park facili-
ty be ready for the George Hean Company
to occupy? ''. .
RESPONSE:
Although there Is no set date. the
Board stated that the planned to have the
Industrial Park building ready for occupa-
tion within one year.
10) Will the Countr allow the George.
Hean Company to have Input in the Indus-
trial Park building design?
RESPONSE:
The Board stated that' the George
SHean Compan) can certainly] have input,
into their particular office floor plan, and
the Board may consider suggestions for the
general building design.
Commissioner Yeager requested that'
Chief Administrator Butler contact Mr.
Nedley, of the St Joe Paper Compani. to
see if they had any land they would consid-
er selling to the County.
Following discussion regarding. possi-
ble land sites, the meeting did adjourn at
5;44 p.m.. E.S.T.
Billy E Traylor
; Chairman
Attest:
Benny C. Lister
.. Clerk

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA .
REGULAR MEETING
MARCH 26, 1996
The Gulf County Board :of County
Commissioners met this date in regular
session with the following members pre-.
sent: Chairman Billy E. Traylor, and'
Commissioners Warien J. Yeager, Jr.,
Jessie V. Armistrong. Michael L. Hammond.
and Nathan Peters. Jr. Others present were:
Clerk Benny C. Uster. Chief Deput) Clerk
Douglas C. Birmingham, Deputy Clerk
Patricia A. Taylor, Chief Administrator Don
Butler, Administrative Assistant Debbe
Wlbberg. Buillding Inspector Richard
Combs, Administrator/Emergency
Management Director Larry Wells,
Emergency Management/911 Coordinator
Marshall Nelson, Solid Waste Director Joe.
Danford. South Gulf County EMS Director
Shane McGuffln. Road Superintendent Bob
Lester, Sheriffs Deputy Joe Nugent,
Veterans' Service Officer/SHIP
Administrator Bo Williams and Attorney
Tim McFarlarid.
The meeting came to order at 6:03
p.m;, E.S.T.
Administrator.Larry Wells opened the
meeting with prayer, and Commissioner
Michael Hammond led the Pledge of


Allegiance to the Flag.,
RECEIVE BIDS (#9596-19) UPGRADE
WORK TO THE BEACHES WATER SYS-
TEM-
Pursuant tp.fadvertisement to receive sealed
bids (#9596-19)'for upgrade work to the
Beaches Water System. bids were received
from the following: Southeastern
Mechanical, McAbee Construction, and
North Florida Construction. '
The bids were tabled for review and
recommendation by Chief Administrator
Butler and Bill Kennedy, of Preble-Rish,


CONSENT AGENDA-Upon motion by
Commissioner Yeager, second by
Commissioner Hammond, and unanimous
vote, the board approved the consent agen-
da as follows: Minutes March 7, 1996 -
Special, March 12, 1996 Regular, March
20, 1996 Special: Inventory Road Dept. -
Bogen Intercom System (100-411, AB,C) -
Dispose as junk; SHIP Down payment
Assist. Branson ($1,880.00).
WASHINGTON IMPROVEMENT
GROUP EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR-Mr.
Mark McGruder, Executive Director of the
Washington Improvement Group, came
before the Board to thank them for their
past and present support. He also dis-
cussed some of the Washington
Improvement Group's plans for the future.
Commissioner Peters thanked Mr.
McGruder for being present at the meeting,
and stated that he is committed to helping
the Washington Improvement Group In any
way possible.
HURRICANE OPAL HAZARD MITI-
GATION GRANT PROGRAM-Emergency
Management Director Wells reported that
there is approximately $20 million dollars.
available in funding through the Hurricane
Opal Hazard Altigation Grant Program He
further stated that applications totaling $80
million have been submitted by various
cities and counties and that Gull County Is
applying for 82 million dollars in-funding
for, acquisition, elevation, or relocation of
properties damaged by Hurricane Opal.
UNION CONTRACT OFFICIAL
REJECTION OF CONTRACT--
Administrator Wells reported' that he had
received a letter from Larry Fincher, of the
International Union of Operating
Engineers, officially rejecting adoption of'
the proposed union contract.
AQUACULTURE PROJECT PRO-
POSED CONTRACT/ROBERT P. JONES &
ASSOC.-Administrator Wells presented
the Board with a proposed contract, foi
consultation services on an aquaculture.
project, from Robert P. Jones & Associates.
Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager, sec-
ond by Commissioner Peters, and unani-
mous vote, the Board appro ed the
contract.
-/ INVOICE UNION CONSULTATION
SERVICES-Administrator Wells requested
payment of an invoIce (#267) from Powers,
Quashnlck, Tlschler & Evans in the
amount of 8109.41 for Union Consultaton
services. Upon motion by Commissioner
Peters, second by Commissioner Yeager,
and unanimous vote. the Board approved
payment of the invoice
EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER
PROGRAM-Upon motion by
Commissioner Peters, second by
Commissioner Hammond. and unanimous
vote. the Board approved an application for
84.054.00 in funds to the Emergency Food
and Shelter Program
SUPPLEMENTAL CONSENT AGEN-
DA-Upon motion by Commissioner
Hammond. second by Commissioner
Armstrong. and unanimous vote, the Board
approved the supplemental consent agenda
as follows: REAPPOINTMENT OF PLAN-
NING DEVELOPMENT AND REVIEW
BOARD MEMBERS: REQUEST FOR ALL
COUNTY' COMMISSIONERS TO BE
ALLOWED TO ATTEND NACO THE CON-
FERENCE JULY 12-16. 1996: NEW ROAD
NAME CAPE SAN BLAS AREA -
LAFAYETTE DRIVE; INVOICE MAYER
ELECTRIC SUPPLY 1(965 00) FIVE (5)
HUBBELL SPORT LIGHTS.
RESOLUTION COUNTY ROAD 30-A,
SO-E, AND STATE ROAD 386--Upon
moon by Commissioner Yeager, second by
Commissioner Hammond, and unanimous
vote, the Board adopted Resolution 96-13,
authorizing the execution of a transfer
agreement between the Florida Department
of Transportation and. Gulf Count)'. for
Count) Road 30-E. County Road 30-A. and
State Road 386.
A copy of Resolution 96-13 is on file at
the Gulf County Courthouse.
RESOLUTION PROPERTY
APPRAISER'S PRESUMPTION OF COR-
RECTNESS-Attorney McFarland read the
resolution regarding the property apprais-
ers presumption lf correctness
A copy oi Resoluton 96-15 Is on file at
.te GullCountr Courthouse.
ICommlisioner Hammond left the
meeting at 6:15 p.m.. E STI ;:'
Commissioner Yeager moted to adopt
the resolution.
ICommissioner returned at 6-16 p.m.,
E.S.T.]
Commissioner Armstrong seconded
the motion, and It passed unanimously
SOUTH GULF COUNTY AMBULANCE
SERVICE BILLING-Attorney McFarland
reported that the South Gulf County
Ambulance Serice wishes to terminate the
billing contract between North Flonda
Medical Center and South Gull Count)
Ambulance Service, regarding billing for the
South end of the County. i-e stated that the
necessary procedures are in place for South
Gulf County EMS to provide their own
'billing senices for the South end of the
County.
Commissioner Peters moved to termi.
nate the contract, for bilhng on the South
end of the County. lith North Florida
'Medical Center. The motion was seconded
bi Commissioner Hammond. and upon dis-
cussion the moon passed unanimously.
ADVERTISE ORDINANCE REIM-
BURSEMENT OF PRISONER EXPENSES-
Attorney McFarland requested permission
to advertise a proposed ordinance with the
following title: .
\ AN ORDINANCE OF GULF COUNTY,
FL)RIDA, RELATING TO THE CREATING
OF LINES TO RECOVER THE COSTS OF
THE COUNTY ,IN, PROVIDING
: MEDICAL/DENTAL SERVICES TO THOSE
INDIVIDUALS IN THE CUSTODY OF THE
COUNTY;- PROVIDING FOR JUDICIAL
DETERMINATION OF THE VALUE OF SER-
VICES PROVIDED: PROVIDING FOR INDI-
VIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR
REIMBURSEMENT FOR SERVICES PRO-
VIDED, PROVIDING FOR LIENS: PROVID-
ING FOR COLLECTION, PROVIDING FOR
OPPORTUNITY TO CONTEST THE VALUE
DETERMINATION: PROVIDING FOR SEV-
ERABILITY: PROVIDING FOR AN EFFEC- .
TIVE DATE.
Commissioner Hammond moved to
advertise the proposed Ordinance The
motion uas seconded by Commissioner
Peters, and it passed ,unanimously.
AWARD BIDS (9596-19) UPGRAD-
ED WORK TO THE BEACHES WATER
SYSTEM-Chief Administrator Butler
reported that the following bids were
received 1(9596-19) for upgrade work to the
Beaches Water System" Southeastern
Mechanical $223.593 20. North Florida
Construction S295.490.925. and McAbee
Construction 8393,917.00
Commissioner Hammond moved to
award the bid to Southeastern Mechanical
in the amount of $223,593.20. The motion
was seconded by Commissioner Armstrong,
and it passed unanimously.
REJECT BIDS .(9596-20) 10,000 -
30,000 CUBIC YARDS OF CLAY-Chief
Administrator Butler discussed the bid


received from Mr. Aaron Tyree to provide
10,000 30,000 cubic yards of clay to the
County. He stated that he is not sure if the
necessary amount of clay can be obtained
from Mr. Tyree's pit. Commissioner
Armstrong moved to contract with Mr.
Tyree, to purchase as much clay as can be
obtained from Mr, Tyree's pit. The motion
was seconded by Commissioner Hammond.
Following a discussion, Commissioner
Hammond withdrew his second and
Commissioner Armstrong withdrew his
motion. Commissioner Yeager moved to
reject all bids previously received and the
contract with Mr, Tyree to purchase as


much clay as can be obtained at the rate of
$.65 per cubic yard. The motion was sec-
onded by Commissioner Hammond, and it
passed unanimously.
INVOICE/PRISONER EXPENSES -
GULF PINES HOSPITAL-Chief
Administrator Butler presented the Board
with seven (7) invoices from Gulf Pines
Hospital for prisoner medical expenses.
Commissioner Hammond moved to table
the invoices. Commissioner.Peters second-.
ed the lotion. Following discussion,'.
Commissioner Hammond requested that
Attorney McFarland send a letter to Gulf
Pines Hospital. Following further discus- .
sion, the motion passed unanimously.
ADVERTISE TO ACCEPT BIDS -
TRENCHER-Chief Administrator Butler
reported that the County is in need of a
walk behind trencher to be 'used for the
\rater system. Commissioner Hammond
moved to advertise to accept bids for a'
trencher. The motion was seconded by
Commissioner Peters, and it passed unani-
mously.
RATE INCREASE COUNTY
EMPLOYEE LIFE INSURANCE-Chief
Administrator Butler reported that he had
been contacted by Clemons Insurance
Company regarding the need to Increase
'rates on the County employee life 'insur-
ance. .Fllowing a discussion,
Commissioner Armstrong moved to pay the
increase in rates. The motion was seconded
by Commissioner Hammond for discussion
Following further discussion,
Commissioner Hammond withdrew his sec-
ond, and Commissioner Armstrong with-
drew his.motion. The issue was tabled until
such time as Chairman Traylor contacts,
Mr. Clemons to discuss the County's posi-
tion.
GULF COUNTY MEDICAL DIREC-
TOR/GULF COUNTY JAIL-Chief
Administrator Butler reported that the coin-
tract for Medical Director services to the'
Gulf County jail. to be provided by Dr. San
Pedro through the Gulf County Health
Department, will become effective April 1,
1996.
APALACHEE REGIONAL PLANNING
COUNTY TRANSPORTATION DISADVAN-
TAGED COORDINATING BOARD-Chlef
Administrator Butler reported that the
Apalachee Regional Planning.Council is in
need of a new' Chairman for the
Transportation Disadvantaged
Coordinating Board and that Mr. Kesley
Colbert Is willing to fill the position.
Commissioner Hammond moved to appoint
Mr. Colbert. The motion was seconded by
Commissioner Yeager. and it passed unani-
mously.
RESOLUTION- AMEND BUDGET
FOR UNANTICIPATED REVENUES-Chief
Administrator Butler read the following res-
olution, amending the 1995-96 budget for
unanticipated revenue in the General Fund.
A copy of A RESOLUTION AMENDING
THE 1995-96 BUDGET FOR UNANTICIPAT-
ED REVENUE IN THE GENERAL FUND Is
on file at the Gulf County Courthouse.
Commissioner Yeager moved to adopt
the Resolution. The motion was seconded
by Commissioner Hammond, and it passed
unanimously.
JEP WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
BOARD-Tamara Laine. of the Gulf County
Chamber of Commerce, reported that one of
the deslgness to the JEP Workforce
Development Board had been unexpectedly
transferred. She requested that the Board
approved the following list of nominees to
the JEP Workfoce Development Board:
Ralph Rish, Sue Marley. and Tim Nelson.
S Commissionei Yeager ,moved to'
approve the list and appoint the individuals
to the JEP Workforce Development Board.
The motion was seconded by Commissioner
Hamond, and it passed unanimously.
ENTERPRISE ZONE APPLICATION-
Tamara Laine, of the Gulf County Chamber
of Commerce, reported that the deadline to
submit an application requesting the desig-
nation of an enterprise zone in Gulf County
is May 16. 1996. She reported that she is
currently working on the application for
Gulf County.
AD VALOREM TAX BREAK-Upon
inquiry by Commissioner Hammond and
Tamara Lalne, of the Gulf County Chamber
of Commerce, reported that the Count) can
grant Ad Valorem Tax breaks along as the
Issue placed on the referendum ballot and
Is passed.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-
Commissioner Peters Inquired what plans
the Chamber of Commerce has for the
future. Tamara Laine reported that the
Chamber of Commerce has a new building.
that is currently being renovated due to
damage received during Hurricane Opal.
She reported that as soon as the renovation
Is complete, the Chamber hopes to move
into the new building, which is Ideally locat-
ed near a public beach, and a park.
VARIANCE REQUEST MR. AARON-
TYREE--Chairman Traylor presented a
variance request by Mr. Aaron Tyree
Commissioner Armstrong moved to approve
thr variance. The motion was seconded by
Commissioner Peters. Following a discus-
sion, Commissioner Armstrong amended
his motion to approve the variance request,
contingent upon approval by the Planning
Development and Review Board.
Commissioner Peters amended his second.
and the motion passed unanimously.
SMALL COUNTY COALITION ACTIV-
ITIES TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION--
Commissioner Yeager moved thai any
Commissioner wishing to attend the Small
County Coalition Legislative Activities. to-be
held on April 9-10, 1996 be allowed to do
so. Commissioner Peters seconded the
motion, and it passed unanimously.
INVENTORY SOUTH GULF COUN-
TY VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT--
Upon motion by CommissIorer Yeager,
second by Commissioner Hammond. ,and.
unanimous vote. the following Items were..
removed from the South Gulf County
Volunteer Fire Department Inventory- Junk
1 Royal Electric T'ypewriter: Junk 5 .
Water Line Fire., Hydrants, Valves &.
Assembly Kits: Returned. to Division of
Forestry 1 1967 Kaiser M715 Fire Truck..'
DRUG CONTROL AND SYSTEM
IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM-Upon motion
by Commissioner Hammond. second by
Commissioner Yeager, and unanimous ote.,
the Board approved to participate in the
Drug Control and System Improvement
Program. '
1995 ROAD BOND PAVING -
CHANGE ORDERS--Commissiner Yeager
noted ,that the County has a partial com-
mitment from the State Department of'
Transponration regarding the possibiltll of
the State taking o'er maintenance of
County Road 30-E. and 30-A He then
requested that the Board consider any
change orders to the road paving lisrs at
this time,
Commissioner Yeager moved that all
change orders under $5.000.00 be handled
by Chief Administrator Butler. and any
change orders over 85,000 00 be brought
before the Board for approval., The motion
was seconded by Commissioner Hammond,
and it passed unanimously.
BEACH DRIVING DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION--


Commissioner Yeager invited all
Commissioners to attend a public meeting,
hosted by the Department of Environmental
Protection, on Friday,'March 29, 1996 at
7:00 p.m., E.S.T. regarding the proposed
prohibition of driving on the beach from. the
tip of Cape San Bias to the State Park.
CHANGE ORDER SOUTH GULF
COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT-
Commissioner Yeager moved to approve a
change order for the paving of the South
Gulf County Fire Department parking area.
The motion was seconded by Comriissioner
Hammond, and It passed unanimously.


DISTRICT IV RECREATION
FUNDS-Commissioner. Peters requested
that it be noted that the manner in which
the District IV Recreation Funds were dis-
tributed had been changed. He noted that
the District IV Recreation Funds were dis-
tributed In the following manner: $ 500.00
to the Port St. Joe Track & Field Team;
$500.00 to the Gulf Co. Assoc. for Retarded
Citizens: $1,000.00 to the Washington
Improvement Group.
PREVENTING CRIME IN THE BLACK
COMMUNITY CONFERENCE-
Commissioner Peters moved that any
iCommissioner wishing to attend the
Preventing Crime in the Black Community
SConference. May 29 and June 1, 1996, be
allowed to do so. The motion was seconded
by Commissioner Yeager, and it passed
unanimously.
MEDICAL EXAMINER'S MEETING-
Commissioner Peters reported that a possi-
ble increase in Medical Examiner's fees, up
to 60%, was discussed at the recent Medical
Examiner's Informational Meeting which
was held on March 14, 1996.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LAW
ENFORCEMENT-Commissioner Peters
reported that he has been contacted regard-
ing the County taking over the law enforce-
ment activities for the City of Port St. Joe.
,Commissioner Hammond reported that he
had also been contacted, and requested
that the Chairman note that the County is
neutral and has not instigated any meet-
ings with the City regarding this matter.
(The Board agreed and further stated that if
any agreement is made it will be between
the City of Port St. Joe and the Sheriff's
Department, at the request of the City.
5. INVOICE SOUTHERN EARTH SCI-
ENCES BEACHES WATER SYSTEM-
Commissonrer Hammond presented the,
Board with an Invoice from Southern Earth
Sciences In the amount of $1,385.00 for
work performed on the Beaches Water
System. Upon motion by Commissioner
Hammond, second by Commissioner
Peters. and unanimous yote, the Board
approved payment of the invoice, to be
made from the Beaches Water S\ stem.
BEACON HILL PARK CHANGE
ORDER
Upon motion by Commissioner
*'Hammond, 'second by Commissioner
Armstrong. and unanimous vote, the Board
approved a change order for North Flonda
Construcnon in the amount of $2.485 00
for work to be performed on the Beacon Hill
Park.
1995 ROAD PAVING BEACON HILL
PARK-Commissioner Hammond reported
that he had requested that the engineers
proceed with surveying an alley located in
Beacon Hill running parallel to Highwa, 98
He moted that the Board add the alley to
the list of roads to be paved. The motion
was seconded b) Commissioner Armstrong.
and It passed unanimously
WHITE CITY PAPK UPGRADE-
Commissioner Hammond momed to adver-
tise to accept bids for materials necessary
to upgrade the White City Park. He report-
ed that the Gulf Correctonal Insatute has
offered to perform the labor, as long as the
materials are supplied. The motion .as sec-
onded by Commissioner Peters. and it
passed unanimously
LOAD OF DIRT- EMERALD COAST
FLYERS CLUB-The Buard approved a
request for a couple loads ol dirt for the
Emerald Coast Flyers Club. which puts on
an air shou each year and donates the pro.
ceeds to the Special Olympic.
UNION CONTRACT DISCIPLINARY
PROCEDURES-Commissioner Hammond
requested that the Chairman review the
disciplinary procedures provided b) the
union contract lor an employee found guilty
of a lelony
BEACH DRIVING-Commissioner
Hammond stated that he will not be in
attendance at the Friday. March 29. 1996
meeting with the Department of
Environmental Protection regarding Beach
Driving He requested that it be noted that
heis 100%. on favor of beach during, and
he will support the citizens night to hate
access to the beach.
With no further business and upon
motion by Commissioner Yeager. second by
Commissioner Peters. and unanlim:us vote.
the meeting did then adjourn at 7 03 p ni..
E.S T.
Billy E. Tra lor. Chairman,
SAttest Benny C Lister. Clerk

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA.
APRIL 1. 1996
SPECIAL MEETING
The Gulf County Board of Count)
Commissioners met this date in special ses-
slon uith the following members present
Chairman Bill) E. Traylor. Commissioners
Warren J. 'eager. Jr.. Nathan Peters. Jr.
Michael L. Hammond. and Jessie V.
Armstrong Others present were Clerk
Benny C. Lister. Chief Deputy Clerk
Douglas C Birmingham. Deputy Clerk
Patricia A Taylor. Chiel Administrator Don
Butler. Administrative Assistant Debbe
Wibberg, Emergency Management/911
Coordinator Marshall Nelson. Solid Wasie
Director Joe Danford Maintenance
Supenntendent Joe Bearden. Building
Inspector Richard Combs, and Attorney
Tim McFarland..
The meeting came to order at 12 01
p.m E.ST.
BEACH DRIVING ON CAPE SAN
BLAS--Chairman Traylor discussed the
meeting which was held by the Department
of Environmental Protection on Fridav 29.
1996 regarding a proposed ban on beach
driving at Cape San Bias.
Chairman Traylor thanked the Board
for their support of Commissioner Yeager.
and thanked Commissioner Yeager for his
work opposing the ban on beach driving at
Cape San Bias. The Board stated that they
were very pleased with the support shown
by the people of the community.
The Board noted that the construction
of''houses on the beach causes more
destruction than vehicular traffic does.
Commissioner Yeager requested that Chief
Administrator Butler apply for an access
permit for vehicular traffic in the Stump
Hole area of Cape San Bias.
Chairman Traylor requested that
Chief Administrator Butler contact the
Department of Environmental Protection to
arrange a workshop with the Board. He
stressed that the Board's objective is to
work with the Department of
Environmental Protection and share infor-
mation regarding beach driving.
The Board agreed to place an ad in the
"STAR" newspaper providing the'
Department of Environmental Protection's
and the Governor's addresses1 so that any-
one from the public wishing to send a letter
may do so.
Commissioner Hammond requested
that Administrative Assistant Wlbberg pre-
pare a petition, opposing the proposed ban
on beach driving, for circulation in Gulf
county.
Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager,
second by Commissioner Peters, and unan-
imous vote, ,the Board adopted the resolu-
tion.


A.copy of Resolution No. 96-16 is. on
Sfile at the Gulf Courity Courthouse.
Following further discussion, Attorney
McFarland noted that if the Department of
Environmental Protection cannot provide
evidence of sufficient harm done to the
beaches by vehicular traffic, then the Board
may request an administrative hearing.
Following further discussion regarding
the proposed workshop with the
Department of Environmental Protection,
Commissioner Yeager moved to adjourn.
The motion was seconded by Commissioner
Hammond, and with no further business
the meeting did then adjourn at 12:26 p.m.,
E.S.T.
Billy E. Traylor, Chairman
Attest: Benny C. Lister, Clerk


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
APRIL 9, 1996
REGULAR MEETING
The Gulf. County Board of County
Commissioners met this date in regular
session with the following members pre-
sent: Chairman Billy E. Traylor,
Commissioners Warren J. Yeager, Jr.,
Michael L. Hammond, Nathan Peters, Jr.,
and Jessie V. Armstrong. Others present
were: Clerk Benny C. Lister, Chief Deputy
Clerk Douglas C. Birmingham, Deputy
Clerk Patricia A. Taylor, Chief.
Administrator Don Butler, Administrative
Assistant Debbe Wlbberg, Emergency
'Management/911 Coordinator Marshall
Nelson, Solid Waste Director Joe Danford,
South Gulf County EMS Director Shane
McGuffln, Building Inspector Richard
Combs, Mosquito Control Supervisor Paul
Wood, Maintenance Supervisor Joe
Bearden, Sheriffs Deputy Joe Nugent, and
Attorney Tim.McFarland.
The meeting was called to order at
6:00 p.m., E.S.T.
Mr..Willie Raisey opened the meeting
with prayer and Commissioner Warren J.
Yeager, Jr. led the Pledge ofAllegience to the
Flag.
RECEIVE BIDS 9596-22 NEW
FLATBED DUMP TRUCK-Pursuant to
advertisement to receive sealed bids for a
new flat bed dump truck (#9596-22), the
following bids were received: Billy Carr -
832.277.35: Champion Chevrolet NO BID:
Coastal Machinery NO BID: Cook.
Whitehead Ford $29.243.00 (excluding tax
and tag); Gator Ford Trucks $29.151.94;
Tractor & Equipment NO BID; Walt's Live
Oak Ford $30,763.24: Coffman
International 830.100.00: and Ring Power
Corp. NO BID. :
The bids were tabled for review and
recommendation by Road Department
Superintendent Lesrer.
RECEIVE BIDS 9596-23 NEW 6610
DIESEL TRACTOR W/Mp-TRIM--
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
bids for a new 6610 diesel tractor with a
Mo-Tnm attachment (#9596-231, the fol-
lowing bids were received: Adam's
Equipment $45.065.00: Beard Equipment-
$43.103.24: Coastal Machinery NO BID. J.
D Swearingen 838,934.20: Ring Power -
NO BID; Mo-Trim Corp. S38.894 00.
The bids were tabled for review and
recommendation by Mosquito Control
Supervisor Wood.
RECEIVE BIDS 9596-24 1992 OR
NEWER TRACTOR FOR LOW-BOY--
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed ,
bids for one 1992 or newer tractor for a low-
boy (#9596-24). the following bids were
received: Coastal Machinery NO BID:
Gator Ford Trucks $37.500.00 Alt
49.100.00. Ring Power Corp. SNO BID.
Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager.
second by Commissioner Hammond, and
unanimous vote. the Board rejected all
bids.
ADOPT ORDINANCE LAND DEVEL-
OPMENT REGULATIONS-Upon motion by
Commissioner Yeager, second by
Commissioner Peters, and unanimous vote,
the Board adopted an Ordinance with the
following ode:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF GULF COUN-
TY. FLORIDA, BY AND THROUGH AMEND-
MIENT OF LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS OF GULF COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY
UNDER FLORIDA STATUTES TO SECTION
163.3187: SPECIFICALLY CHANGING THE
LAND USE OF 7.5 ACRES LOCATED IN
SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH.
RANGE II WEST. IN GULFCOUNTY.
FLORIDA.
ADOPT ORDINANCE LAND DEVEL-
OPMENT REGULATIONS-Upon motion by
Commissioner Armstrong, second by
Commissioner Hammond, and unanimous
vote. the Board adopted an Ordinance with
the following title:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF GULF COUN-
TY. FLORIDA, BY AND THROUGH AMEND-
MENT OF LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS OF GULF COUNTY. FLORI-
DA, PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY
UNDER FLORIDA STATUES. SECTION
163.3187: SPECIFICALLY CHANGING THE
LAND USE OF 5.5 ACRES LOCATED NEAR
THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF
HOWARD CREEK.
PURCHASE EQUIPMENT GULF
COUNTY FIRE FIGHTERS ASSOCIA-
TION-Bobby Plair. of the Gulf County Fire
Fighters Association, appeared before the
Board to request that the Board purchase a
repeater, duplexer, remote card, and call
board through government contract for
$4.957.48. Mr. Plair also requested autho-'
rization to purchase an antenna, a co-axle
cable, and accessones. directly from the
factory.
Te total cost of all equipment. includ-
ing installation of a ground fault, will be
$9.050.00. Upon moon by Commissioner
Hammond, second by Commissioner
Peters, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved the purchase of the items. The
cost is to be paid from the funds generated
by the $12 50 moving violation surcharge
CONSENT AGENDA-Upon motion by
Commissioner Hammond. second by
Commissioner Yeager, and unanimous vote.
the Board approved the consent agenda.
with the correction that the March 26, 1996
regular meeting minutes be changed to
reflect that any change order over
$5.000.00 on the 1995 road bond paving
must be approved by the Board.
Commissioner Hammond amended his
motion, and the motion passed unanimous-
ly. The following Items were approved: MIN-
UTES MARCH 26. 1996 WORKSHOP:
MINUTES MARCH 26. 1996 REGULAR:
INVOICE THE STAR (8325.46) FLOOD
SAFETY TIPS. INVOICE BARBARA
SANDERS (S332.00) MARCH 1996; MEDIC-
AID BILLING FEBRUARY 1996
(l10.855.59); NEW ROAD NAME HON-
EYVILLE/TEEPEE ROAD: DEPT. OF AGRI-
CULTURE EMERGENCY FEEDING
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM AMENDMENT
TO CONTRACT: HAZARD MITIGATION
CONTRACT WITH DISASTER RESOURCES
MANAGEMENT.
:LAND DEVELOPMENT CHANGES-
Chief Administrator Butler reported that
the County has changed land development
regulations on 15 acres, but has the autho-
rization to change up to 60 acres.
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & REHA-
BILITATIVE SERVICES PANEL-Chief
Administrator Butler noted a letter from the
Department of Health & Rehabilitative
Services, requesting that the Board appoint
a representative to a panel which will fill the
Gulf County Public Health Unit
Administrator position. Upon motion by
Commissioner Hammond. second by
Commissioner Peters. and unanimous vote.
the Board appointed Commissioner Yeager
to serve on the panel.
LEASE AGREEMENT .- DEPT; OF
HIGHWAY SAFETY & MOTOR VEHI-
CLES-Chiei Administrator Butler present-
ed the Board with a lease renewal


agreement with the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles. He reported that
in the past, the lease renewal has been for.
one year only. However, this year, the
renewal is for a total of three years. Upon
motion by Commissioner Hammond, sec-
ond by Commissioner Yeager, and unani-
mous vote, the Board approved the
Chairman to sign. the lease renewal agree-
ment.
ADVERTISE TO ACCEPT BIDS -
DEMOLITION OF HOUSES DAMAGED BY
HURRICANE OPAL-Chief Administrator
Butler reported that FEMA will reimburse
the County for the cost of demolishing
houses that were damaged by Hurricane
Opal, through the last day of April. He
requested that the Board advertise to
accept emergency bids for the demolition of
the houses. Commissioner Yeager moved to
proceed with advertising to accept bids. The
motion was seconded by Commissioner
Hammond, and it passed unanimously.


AD VALOREM TAX BREAKS REF-
ERENDUM-Chief Administrator Butler
inquired if the Board wished to place the
County ability to grant Ad Valorem tax
breaks on the ballot during the 1996 elec-
tion year. Upon motion by Commissioner
Yeager, second by Commissioner
Armstrong, and unanimous vote, the Board
agreed to place the issue on the November
general election ballot for decision by the
voters.
JEP WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
BOARD-Chief Administrator Butler
reported that the JEP Workforce
Development Board had met on Monday,
April 8, 1996, to discuss the Transition
Plan and the Two-Year Plan. He stated that
there will be another meeting on Tuesday,
April 16, 1996, which Commissioner.Yeager
will be attending.
COURTHOUSE ROOF CLERK'S
OFFICE-Chlef Administrator Butler
reported that the roofing contractors will be
at the courthouse, to fix the roof over the
Clerk's.Office, at 10:00 a.m., C.S.T. on April
10, 1996;
PROCEDURE FOR ADOPTION OF
ORDINANCES-Chtef Administrator Butler
requested clarification of the procedure to
be followed when adopting an ordinance.
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Yeager, and unan-.
lmous;vote, the Board agreed to follow the
statutes.
COURTHOUSE ROOF CLERK'S
OFFICE-Upon inquiry by Commissioner
Hammond, Chief Administrator Butler
reported that the Courthouse roof problem
is being caused by water which is trapped
between two layers of the roof. The water
has reached the vent pipe and is now leak-
ing Into the Clerk's Office.
STATEWIDE MUTUAL AID AGREE-
MENT-Chief Administrator Buder report-
ed that the Statewide Mutual Aid
Agreement with the Department of
Emergency Management has been sent to
the City of Port St. Joe and the City of
Wewahitchka for approval and should be
received by the County by April 23, 1996
with all the necessary signatures.
ABANDONED PROPERTY NUI-
SANCE--Chef Administrator Butler report.
ed that there Is an old, abandoned trailer
located at the Max Fleming Park In
Howard's Creek that needs to be cleaned up
and removed. Commissioner Armstrong
moved to have the trailer removed from the
park. The motion was seconded by
Commissioner Hammond, and following
discussion it passed unanimously.
DUNE RESTORATION-Solid Waste
Director Danford reported that there will be
a seminar on dune restoration. Monday.
April 15, 1996 at 7:00 p.m., in the Gulf
County Commission Meeting Room at the
Gulf County Courthouse.
MOSQUITO CONTROL EMPLOYEE -
MOSQUITO SPRAYING-The Board
appointed Commissioner Peters and
Mosquito Control Supervisor Paul Wood to
select a part-time employee to begin mos-
quito spraying.
AMBULANCE SERVICE BILLING-
South Gulf County EMS Director McGuffin
reported that his department will begin
Invoicing for ambulance services on
Thursday, April 11, 1996.
SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT- MAIN-
TENANCE OF VEHICLES-Chairman
Traylor requested that Chief Administrator
Butler and Shop Superintendent Flowers
establish a preventative maintenance plan
for the SherilTs Department vehicles
SUPPLEMENTAL CONSENT AGEN-
DA-Upon motion by Commissioner
Hammond. second by Commissioner
Armstrong, and unanimous vote. the board
approved the supplemental consent agen-
da. The following items were approved:
INVOICE NORTH FL. CONSTRUCTION
(82.485.00) BEACON HILL PARK. INVOICE
#60709 PREBLE RISH. INC. ($1.200.00)
ROAD BOND PROGRAM DESIGN, BID-
DING, ADMINISTRATION: INVOICE #60710
PREBLE RISH. INC. ($900.00) 1995 ROAD
PAVING PROGRAM: INVOICE 460711 -
PREBLE RISH. INC. ($250.00) BEACON
HILL PARK CONTRACT;, INVOICE d60712 -
PREBLE RISH, INC. (8325.00) GULF
COUNTY BERM CONSTRUCTION INSPEC-
TION SERVICES: NEW ROAD NAME
DALKEITH/MAYBIRD DRIVE
GULF COUNTY TRANSPORTATION-
Mr. John Stanley, of Gulf County
Transportation, addressed the Board con.
cerning proposed cuts in Medicald He
reported that the Florida Legislature has
proposed a $96 million dollar budget cut for
the transportation disadvantaged. He stat-
ed that there will be a meeting on April 10.
1996 and another meeting on April 15
1996 to discuss the proposed budget cuts
and requested support from the Board In
opposing these cuts.
Chairman Traylor stated that the
Board would assist Gulf County
Transportation in opposing budget cuts to
transportation disadvantaged funding In
any way possible. Commissioner Yeager
stated that he would contact the lobbyist
for the Small County Coalition and request
assistance.
The meeting recessed at 6.35 p.m..
E.S.T.
The meeting reconvened at 7:05 p.m..
E.S.T.
DEP PERMIT CONSTRUCTION OF
BERMS-Emergency Management
Coordinator Nelson reported that the
Department of Environmental Protecton
has disallowed scraping of the beach for the
construction of berms. He stated that this
will cause an additional cost of
8120,400.00 to the County, which will be
reimbursed by FEMA. He requested that
the Board approve a change order to the
berm contract for the additional amount.
Upon moon by Commissioner Yeager, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond, and
unanimous vote. the Board approved a
change order in the amount of $120,400.00
to the berm contract with Todd Land
Development.
BEACH DRIVING WORKSHOP
WITH DEP-Upon inquiry by
Commissioner Yeager, Chief Administrator
Butler reported that he has not been con-
tacted by the Department of Envirotmental
Protection, regarding their ability to attend
a workshop with Board.
RESCHEDULE COMMISSION MEET-
ING-Upon motion by Commissioner
Hammond, second by Commissioner
Armstrong, and unanimous vote, the Board
agreed to reschedule the June 25, 1996
regular Board meeting. The meeting will be
held on Monday. June 24, 1996 at 6:00
p m., E.S.T. due to a conflict in scheduling.
Commissioner Hammond requested that an
ad be placed in.the "STAR" newspaper to
.noti'y the public of the change In schedul-
ing.
SMOKING POLICY COUNTY VEHI-
CLES--Commissioner Hammond moved to
repeal the Board policy that prohibits
smoking In County vehicles, as long as no
other person in the vehicle objects. He stat-
ed that this has caused problems for some
County employees. The motion was second-
ed by Commissioner Yeager, and it passed
unanimously


DIRT/CLAY FOR ROAD PAVING-
Comnilssioner Peters reported that District
IV and District V are in need of dirt and clay
for road "paving projects. Commissioner
Hammniond requested Mosquito Control
Supervisor Wood to obtain dirt from Mr.
Bernie Pridgeon
RECYCLING FUNDS CITY OF PORT
ST. JbE-Upon motion by Commissioner
Peters,. second by Commissioner
Hammond, and unanimous vote, the Board
agreed to pay $30,000.00 to the City of Port
St. Joe for the City's recycling program.
$9,000.00 is to be paid from the Small
County Grant, and the remaining
$21,000.00 is to be paid from Other
Current Charges & Obligations.
VEHICLE ACCESS CAPE SAN
BIAS-Commissioner Yeager moved to des-
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PUBIC NOTICESWD


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 96-44
NOTICs OF ACTION
BANKERS TRUST (COMPANY) AS TRUSTEE
FOT THE RURAL HOUSING TRUST 1987-1,
Plaintiff.
vs.
GERALD G. DYKES, et ux.. et aL.
Defendantss.
TO.
JOYCE. DYKES, if alive, and/or dead his
(their) unknown heirs, devisees, legatees
or grantees and all persons or parties
claiming by. through, under or against
him (them).
Resldcnte unlmown.
Unknown dirors and fcers of
ALTTE ENTERPRISES, INC. n/ka/
NOVAS SERVICE, INC., a Corporation, Its
heirs, devisees, legatees or graitees and
all persons or parties claiming by,,
through, under or against them.
Residence unknown.


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(Continued From Page 5)
Ignate a legal vehicular access point, north
of the Stump Hole area of Cape San Blas,
on property owned by Gulf County. The,
motion was seconded by Commissioner
Peters. and following discussion. it passed
unanimously. Commissioner Yeager
requested Solid Waste Director Danford to
post signs at the access point. Wednesday
April 10. 1996.
LANDFILL REIMBURSEMENT
FUNDS-Commissioner Yeager reported
that he had spoken to Bobby Adams, with
the Department of Environmental
Protection, regarding the landfill reimburse.
meant funds. There has been a delay on the
part of DEP in disbursing the funds.
However,, Mr. Adams has assured
Commissioner Yeager that the funds will be
disbursed soon.
CHANGE OiRDER ROAD PAVING--
Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved the
.following two change orders to the Road
Bond Paving Program for District V: Paving
of School Drive at the Port St Joe High
School: Paving of Ganson Avenue from
20th Street to Ward Ridge.
PUBLIC BEACH ACCESS-
Commissioner Yeager discussed a letter
received from Mr. John Novak of Deltona,
Florida. Mr. Novak Is objecting to Gulf
County's construction of a public dune
walkover and fshing pier at Cape San Bias
MEDICAL EXAMINER BUDGET
ROLLOVER-Commissioner Peters noted a .
letter from the Medical Examiners Office.
informing the Board of a budget rollover. He
stated that he appreciated the Medical.
Examiner's office keeping the Board
informed.
HURRICANE CONFERENCE
UPDATE-Commissioner Peters discussed
the recent Humcane Conference that he
had attended. He reported that it has been
predicted that there will be 7 hurricanes
this hurricane season. The Board discussed
possible solutions to the traffic problem
that was experienced during the Hurricane
Opal evacuation. Chairman Traylor
requested that a letter be sent to the Game
and Fresh Water Commission. requesting
their coordination and assistance.
JEP WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
BOARD-Chairman Traylor noted that
Commissioner Yeager will be attending a
meeting concerning the JEP Workforce
Development Board. on April 16, 1996. The
Board stated that they are looking forward
to working with Gulf Coast Community
College on this project. I
TRANSPORTATION DISADVAN-
TAGED-Commissioner Peters stated that
the Board will be in Tallahassee. on
Wednesday. April 10. 1996. and will contact
Senator Thomas and Representatise
Trammell regarding the proposed cuts to
the Transportaton Disadvantaged budget.
ROAD DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEE-
Chairman Traylor stated that the Board
needs a new Road Department Employee.
Following discussion, the Board agreed to
post notices at the Road Department for the
position of truck driver.
With.no further business and upon
motion by Commissioner Hammond, sec-
ond by Commissioner Armstrong, and
unanimous vote. the meeting did then
adjourn at 7:28 p.m E.S.T.
Billy E. Traylor, Chairman
Attest: Benny C. Lister, Clerk


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Action for
foreclosure of a mortgage on the following property
in GULF County, Florida:
WEST 80 FEET OF LOTS 15 AND 16,
BLOCK D, LAKESIDE SUBDIVISION,
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA, ACCORDING
TO THE OFFICIAL PLAT THEREOF ON
FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT CLERK OF 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 SPEAR AND HOFFMAN, PA., Attomeys,whose
address is 708 South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables,
Florida 33146, (305) 666-2299, within 30 days
after the first publication of the notice and on
or before 19th day of May. 1996, and to file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on SPEAR AND HOFFMAN P.A.. attorneys
or Immediately thereafter- otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on
this 3rd day of April, 1996.
Benny C. Lister
As Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ C. Bridges
As Deputy Clerk '
4tc, April 18 and 25 and May 2 and 9, 1996.

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. FAILED: ELMER LEE,
FAILED. SR. a/k/a ELMER FAILED; J.
N. FAILE 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.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: KATHLEENT. FAILE; ELMER LEE FAILED, SR.,
a/k/a ELMER FAILED; J. N. FAILED and wife,
VERTIE LEE FAILED and JOHN D. BRYANT
and wife, ESSIE V. BRYANT, If living and, If
deceased, any known party who may claim as
heir. devisee, grantee, assignee. lienor.
creditor, 'trustee, or other clamant, by,
through, under or against him; any unknown
party who may claim as heir, devisee, grantee,
assignee, Uienor, creditor, trustee or other
claimant, by, through, under or against
KATHLEENT. FAILED; ELMER LEE FAILED. SR.,
a/k/a ELMER FAILED; J. N. FAILE and wife.
VERTIE LEE FAILED and JOHN b. BRYANT
and wife, ESSIE V. BRYANT. all parties having
'or claiming to have any right, title or Interest
in the following described property, situate,
lymg and being in Gulf County. Florida. to wit:
Beginning at the Southeast corer of the
Southwest comer of the Southwest
Quarter of Section 13. Township 4 South, .
Range 10 West then run North 35 chains.
then run West 3.5 chains, then run South
S8 chains to the Southeast corer ofW C.
Whaley Blue Gator tract, thence run
South 8 chains; thence run West 550 feet,
thence run South 365 feet for the point of
beginning thence run South 100 feet.
thence run West 200 feet, thence run
North 100 feet, thence run East 200 feet
to the point of beginning in Section 13,
TowTship 4 South. Range 10 West; this lot
is faced on the East and North by a 20 foot'
street: this deed conveys one I I)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
action concerning the Property has been filed.
against you, and you are required to serve a copy
Your written defenses. if any, to it on Plaint ls
attorney. Sherri L Denton. Esq.. Burke & Blue
PA. whose address is Post Office Box 70. 221
McKenzle 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 Coun on
this 22nd day of April. 1996.
BENNY C. LISTER. CLERK. CIRCUIT
COURT. GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By; /s/ C Bridges. As Deputy Clerk:
Sherri L Denton
Florida Bar 0699136 --
Burke & Blue, P.A.
221 McKenze Avenue
Post Office Box 70
Panama City. Flonda 32402
(904) 769-1414
4tc. April 25. May 2.9 and 16, 1996

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
Bid No. 9596-29
The Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County. Flinda, will receive sealed bida from any
person, company. or corporation interested in
providing to Gulf County the following.
DENTAL INSURANCE
Additional Specficanons can be obtained from the
Gulf County Chief Administrators office (904)
229-611 or 1000 5th Street Port St. Joe, Florida
32456. '
Delivery date must be specified.
Liquidated damages for failure to deliver unit on
specified date will be set at S25 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 Ofice of the Clerk of -
Citcult Court. GulfCounty Courthouse. 1000 Fifth
Street, PortSt. Joe, Florida 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all
bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ Billy E. Traylor
Chairman
2tc, May 2 and 9. 1996.
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PROBATE DIVISION
WILSON DAVID ANDREWS,
File Number 95-50
Deceased. Division
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of WILSON
DAVID ANDREWS, deceased, File Number 95-60,
is pending In. the Circuit Court for Gulf County.
Florida, Probate Division, the address of which Is
1000 Fifth Street, Port St Joe, Florida 32456. The
names and. addresses of the personal
representauve 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 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
firs publication of this notice must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTIS AFTER TIE 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 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
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice Is May 2, 1996.
Attorney for Personal Representatlvo:
Scott E. Gwarmey. FBN 0897558
Conner & Associates
P. O. Box 11187
Tallahassee. FL 32302-3187
Telephone: 1904) 681-9550
Florida Bar No.: 0897558
Personal Representtive:
'JoAnn E. Andrews
Route 2,'Box 1400
Wewahltchka, 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
LEOILAS 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 NOTICED
THAT:
All persons on whom this notice is served
who have objections that challenge the validity of
the will. the qualificautons 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
THELDATE OF THE FIRST-PUBLICATION 'OF THIS
NOTICE ORTHIRTY DAYS AFTER TIE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE OrWTHEM.
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 ile 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
decedent's estate must ile their claims with this
Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
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
guincy, 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.

REQUEST TO RECEIVE BID
The Gulf County School Board will receive bids
until 10:o00 AM., E.D.T., on May 24, 1996 for the
annual Extermination/Pest Control contract for all
school facilities. Interested parties should contact
Mr.- Charles T. Watson, Director of Support
Services, Gulf County Schools, 150 Middle School
Road, Port St. Joe, FL 32456 or telephone (904)
229-8250 to obtain, bid information and
trnstructions. "
2tc, May 9 and 16. 1996.

JOB NOTICE
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
will accept applications for one (1) laborer position.
Must be capable of performing all types of general
labor, and be willing to learn to run heavy
equipment. Applicants must either possess a CDL
driver's license, or a Class 4/Chauffeur's driver's
license and obtain a CDL driver's license within six
16) months after being employed.
Applicants must be a high school graduate or
equivalent. Applications may be picked up and
submitted 'at the Clerks Office, Gulf County
. Courthouse. 1000 Fifth Street.' Port St. Joe, FL
(9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m., E.D.T.) or at the Gulf
County Road Department 17:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m..
C.D.T.) The deadline for submitting applicatons is
SFriday, May 24, 1996.
Gulf County enforces' a Drug-Free Workplace
Policy and is an Equal Opportunity/Afirmative
Action Employer.
S// Billy E. Traylor, Chairman
Attest Benny C. Lister. Clerk
tc, May 9 and 16, 199.

ACCEPTING ORALED BIDS
The city ofewahlifchka will accept sealed bids on
Material and labor to install 1350 feet of 6 t. high
chain link fence with 2 gates around City property
located on Sycamore SL Spec's can be picked up
from the City Clerk's Orace Monday Fday 7:30
4:00, (CST).
Bids must be received no later than 4:00 p.m..
*May 13, 1996.
The City reserves all rights to accept and/or reject
an and/or bids and award to the lowest and best

.lte.MayS9, 1906.
NOTICE OF INTENT TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to Chapter
865.09 Florda Stautes, th undersgned Intends
to register with the Division of Corporations,
Department of State the fictitious trade name.
Sunder which it will be engaged in business and in
which said business is to be carried on, to-wit:
NAME TO BE REGISTERED: Universal Auto Sales.
MAILING ADDRESS: 518 A First Street. Port St.
Joe. Florida 32456.
OWNER IS): Raphal A. Swanaton.
ltp. May9, 1996.


,. NOTICE
The Annual Report of the George G. Tapper
Foundation Trust is available at the address
noticed below for inspection during normal
business hours by any citizen who so requests
within 180 days after publication of this Notice of
Its availability.
George G. Tapper Foundation Trust
1600 Constitution Avenue
Port St Joe. Florida 32456
Phone No. 904/227-1600
/s/ Patricia Tapper Warriner. Chairman
Itc. May 9. 1996.
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
will hold a public hearing, Tuesday. May 14. 1996
at 6:05 p.m. E.D.T.. to consder the adoption of an
ordinance with the following title:
S AN ORDINANCE 'AMENDING THE
S COMPREHENSIVE PAN OF GULF
COUNTY. FLORIDA. BY AND THROUGH
AMENDMENT OF LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS OF GULF COUNTY.
FLORIDA. PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY '
S UNDER FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION
163.3187; SPECIFICALLY CHANGING THE
IAND USE OF 2.17 ACRES OF SECTION I I.
TOWNSHIP 7. SOUTH, RANGE 10 WEST.'
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA.
/s/Benny C. Muster /s/ Billy E. Traylor
Clerk Chairman
Itc May 9,1996.




aPg! 4 DEGR4FF
Drywall Repair
Stucco Repair Painting
Just Give Us A Calll
Tim-227-8059
SLew-. 639-2027.


1/2 acre lot with septic tank. Over-
street Road. Owner financing, 227-
2020, ask for Billy. 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

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.
FEATURESINCLUDE: 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 Brm.
4tp 4/25

Hwy. 98, Highland View, was
$88,500, now $78,500. Three year old
immaculate 2 bdrm., 1 ba. oh 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 5/2


Intercoastal Waterway: 3 lots of over
an acre each w/plenty of frontage on
the canal. Two lots @ $15.000 each;
corner (2 sides waterfront) $25,000.
Hannon Realty. Call Sandy Smock at
227-1450. tc5/9

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

Classified

Advertising Pays!


Boardwalk, Cape San Bias. 2 bed-
room, 2 bath, 3.decks, 108 Boardwalk
Ave. $115,000. Call 647-3828.
8tp 3/28

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. 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 Bias, 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. tfe 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-
Sden tub, sunken den w/fireplace and
home theatre system with surround
sound. Front and rear porch, 12'x16'
uti. shed. By appt. only. 101 Yaupon,
229-6411. fc 5/2

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


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


SEASHORES HOUSE FOR
SALE, nice stucco 3 bdrm., 2
ba.; Lanal w/heated pool; gar-
age & storage bldg. $110,000.
S206 Narvaez St
647-3281
tfc 5/2


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Mexico: Beach. 2002 Hwy. 98 (Corner 20th St.)
Handyman Special.. 4 bdrm., 3 ba., cen. heat & air.
Excellent location. Investment, rental possibilities.
$80;900. $67,500.

Beacon Hill. 8976 Hwy. 98 Gulfview. 5 bdrm., 3 ba., plus
great rodm-approx. 2300 sq. ft. heated & cooled. Sun
porch, garage, covered deck, greenhdou. otEiprox. 90'
x 95'. $149,900.


f (904) 648-5716
820 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach
1-800-872-2782

S,. IKE DUREN, Broker



JANICE BROWNELL, Salesperson ELLEN MEGILL, Salesperson
Res. 648-8761 Res.'648-8873


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RAL OR'


i PP i Joy Holder 6488493
Fantasy Properties, loan Kent-Inc 647..26

1200-U. S. Hwy. 98 John M. Delorme, Realtor Joanlr lthwck 648-4150
Mexico Beach, FL 32410 647-3633
Mexico Beach, FL 3241,0. Ellen F. Allemore, Realtor
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478 647-8939


NEW LISTING
230 Canal St.- 2 Br 1 Ba frame home, approx. 1460 SF. ch..'a, 2
dcks, cathedral ceiling in great room, 2 car carport, sotrage
sheds. 75'x150' lot. 567,500.
GULFFRONT
8231 Gulfaire Townhems, U. S.98, Gulfaire Beach. Beautiful
2 Br 2.5 Ba townhome. cha, roof, and roof extension over
upper deck done within last few years. This is a well main-
tained unit. Furnished. Excellent rental. Very good price,
$149,900.
113 S. 35th St., Mexico Beach Windsong #5 Large two story
stilt townhoUj|I i t ejfl Ml. :rmr llv dec-
orated. CH U,lUleI, 1lli | lB rl, erloCoking
Gulf. Paved parking underneath. New roof Approx. 1985 sq.
ft. Not on rental program. $210.000
7799 Hwy 98, St. Joe Beach Far N Away Beautifully deco-
rated 3 Br 2 Ba half of duplex, completely remodeled in 1992
1 Br 1 Ba downstairs. 2 Br 1 Ba upstairs. Washer/dryer. new
CH/'A. Excellent rental $199 000
MEXICO BEACH BEACHSIDE
126 Miram ur, -,Gliew x a- Ba ea.hr tide, large
kitchen, s cVN ood rental
75'X 125' loT ,00
126 Circle Dr. Great View second lot from beach 3 Br 2 ba
home, Florida rm, furnished, completely updated. Approx.
1212 sq. ft. 58'x78.5' lot, more or less. Excellent rental. $150,000.
109-B S. 38th St. Summerplace 11, Nicely furnished 3 br 1.5
ba. town J I l f chen, dish-
washer, nW / H Pncr w "iea E. pox. 1200 SE
Excellent rental potential. $72,500 REDUCED- $67,500
105 S. 32nd St. 3 Br 2 Ba brick home, carport and screened
porch, completely furnished, CH/A, approx. 1000 sq. ft., 75' X
105' lot. Good rental! $125,000
31st St. and Highway 98 Sea Gull Duplex. Each side has 1 Br
1 Ba. Partially furnished. Approx. 100' highway frontage.
Zoned tourist commercial. Possible owner financing.. $90,000
2701 Hwy. 98 Nice 3 Br 2 Ba brick home, ch/a, refreig., stove
&'dishwasher. 100; on Hwy. 98, zoned tourist/commercial.
$149,900.
ACROSS HIGHWAY FROM BEACH
109 38th St. N. Canal front attractive 2 bd., 2 ba. home on pil-
ings, large deck, furnished, new carpet, new roof, covered
boat slip w/motorized lift, dock & seawall. $210,000.
117 First St. 2 Br 1 Ba stilt beach house. Nice weekend retreat.
Completely furnished. Window A/C. Approx 1000 SF.
Approx. 50' X 122' lot. Excellent rental. $49;000 *


121 First St. 3 Br 1 Ba, stilt home, well maintained, new car-
pet. CH/A. Less than 1 block to dedicated beach. 50' X 122' lot.
$69,500
201 3rd St. Large 3 Br 2 Ba concrete block home, with Fla.
room and screen porch. Just recently redone All new kitchen'
cabinets and :appliances,' new carpeting, vinyle, verticals,
CH/A. Just painted insideand out. On two lots 75' X 112'
each. Also has storage house. Must seei $89,900. Reduced to
$86,500.
403 Georgia Ave. 3 Br 2 Ba spacious 24' 56' modular home,
garden tulj DT e NTR 'fi replace,
din. rm., lr .\ ppTanCes C ~tbrea asaTea, pantry
Swdining area off kitchen; split bedroom plan. Screened porch
off dining room, deck, fenced backward, storage building.
$67,500
1002-D Hwy. 98 2 Br 1.5 ba. townhouse w/waterview End
unit in fourplex. CH/A, appliances. New carpet. Approx. 1100
sq. ft: $60,000.
COMMERCIAL
Hwy 98 & 10th St. Jolly Roger Pizza & Bakery Business -
Well established business. Excellent location in high traffic
area of Mexico Beach. Owner financing available. $49,000
BEACON HILL
9411 Auger Ave. 3 Br 2 Ba home, CH/A, appliances, nice and
roomy approx 1500 sq. ft. 75' X 100' fenced lot. $79,900
GULFAIRE SUBDIVISION
203 Beacon Rd. Absolutely beautiful! Large gulf view, 3 bdrm., 2
ba. home. Has big deck, fireplace, ch/a, heat pump. Spacious
master bedroom has exquisite bath with jacuzzi. Also sun porch
with gulf view off master bedroom. Immaculate and in A-one
condition. Lots of amenities. Must see! Great price $177,000.
Gulfaire Dr. Triplex. Two 3 Br 2 Ba units and one 1 Br 1 Ba
unit. Very nice. Good investment. To be sold together. Total
price $175j000
ST. JOE BEACH
6260 Highway 98 54 Ft. facing the Gulf affording a great
panoramic'view. House has many possiblities--could be used
Sas a single family, 6 Br 4 Ba home. Two story octagon con-
struction with 5 steel beams designed to withstand he ele-
ments. Could also be used as two separate apartments as the
lower level has 2 Br 2 Ba. with kitchen and its own CH/A sys-
tem. All new decking covering half of the house. City water,
septic, and-irrigation well. Home is on one lot and also comes
with another adjoining yet separate lot. Must be seen to.be
appreciated. Too many features to list. Priced at $235,000;
Coronado St. & Hwy 98 2 Br 1.5 Ba townhome with unre-
stricted Gulf view! CH/A. Furnished. Nice. REDUCED to
$65,000


229 Coronado St. 2 Br 1 Ba cottage, completely furnished,
carpeted, screened porch on side. New roof. 1.5 block to beach.
65' X 125' lot. $63,000
142 Bay St. 2 Br 1 Ba stilt home. One block to beach. Comer
loL Underneath storage. $74,500 .
14-C Bay St. Nice 3 Br 1 Ba frame home on a good 75' X 125'
lot in seclu rch,~i ~ rand a
14'X 24' a. -M T OWNER
ANXIOUS MAKE OFFERS NOW.
6917 Georgia Ave. 3 Br 2 Ba modular home in excellent con-
dition. Many features including double garage, workshop,
front and back porch, concrete drive, cathedral ceiling in LR,
landscaped and satellite dish. Must see to appreciate. $62,900
100 Santa Anna Frame duplex, 2 Br, 1 Ba upstairs, 1 Br 1 Ba
downstairs. 1/2 block to beach. Good rental history. $80,000.
Reduced to $75,000, MAKE OFFER.
209 Balboa *1 block to beach. Comfortable 3 Br 3 Ba home
with aluminum siding, large deck, storage building, carport,
20' X 20' shop, original 1985 20' X 40' mobile home with addi-
tion of liv. rm. and bedroom and bath 3 years ago. Home has
economical gas heat plus gas stove connections. CH/A, well
and sprinkler system, fans and mini blinds. Call for appoint-
ment. $101,500 OR
S INVESTOR'S PACKAGE
home plus 3 rental mobile homes, income of $325 each per
month Separate septic tanks. Call for details. $165,000
PORT ST. JOE
1307 Long Avenue. Neat 3 Br 1 Ba home with chain link fence
& storage house; Great starter home $44,900.
1034 McCelland Ave. 2 Br 1 Ba home on large corner lot,
new CH/A and new water heater. House has liv. rm./din.
area, hardwood floors, porch, and garage. $50,000 REDUCED
TO $45,000
219 7th St. 3 large Br 1 Ba home w/roomy kitchen and din-
ing area. New carpet, freshly painted. Fireplace in liv. rm.
Central air, gas heat, stove, refrig., washer and dryer. Storage
shed,.utility room on 50' X 175' fenced lot. $44,900
OVERSTREET
263 Forest St. 2 Br 1 Ba 1987 mobile home on 163' X 330' lot
with storage shed, fish pond possible owner financing.
$20,950
HOWARD CREEK AND AREA
Squirrel Ave. 4 Br. 1.5 Ba, frame home situated on 2 cleared
lots. Loft area, Liv. Rm/Din. area open cross beamed ceiling.
Kitchen has new cabinets and new vinyl flooring. Central air,
gas heater, new hot water tank, large screened front porch.
This and more for' a very affordable price of $43,500.
REDUCED $38,500
COMMERCIAL/INVESTMENT PROPERTY
Port St. Joe Approx. 2 acres commercial/industrial with old
garage lots of possibilities $99,000.
St. Joe Beach I, S 98 between Balboa and Magellan 3/4
block and 1 lot Permitted for condos only. $330,000


LOTS
MEXICO BEACH
SHouses Only
36th St. Beachside of highway 4th lot from water. 75 X 100'.
$75,000 -
Grand Isle Nan Nook and Kim Kove Lot 19, BlkD 71' X
115'.,$11500 .. .
Wysong S/D Corer of Robin Lane & 15thSt. Lot 1, Blk 3
149' X 70' X 127' X100'. $14,000 MAiKE OFFER .
Wysong S/D Robin Lane Lot 9, Blk3 Unit 17. $11,500
Cypress St. (off 15th St.) -2 large lots 125' X 87.5' for a total of
250' on road to be sold together (commercial or residential).
$35,000 Make Offer
BEACON HILL
Houses Only "
Lucia Ave. Lot 8, Blk 3. L b 9reptic tank & chain link
fence, $30,000.
Faulk Place 100' X 120', with large septic tank. $21,000
Triton St. Lots 5 & 6, Blk 3, Unit 1 irregular. $32,000.
Mobile Homes or Houses
Starfish & Cowries Ave. Lot 20, BIk 22. $13,500
GULFAIRE SUBDIVISION
Homes Only-Subdivision swimming pool and tennis courts'
Sea Pines Dr. Lot 5, Blk B Nice lot for your dream home.
$26,900
Gulfaire Dr. -'Lot 15 Blk C Approx. 85' X 125'. $22 900
Gulfaire DU N4 ,O TRA
SEASHORES SUBDIVISION
Nautilus Dr. Lot 3, Blk A. $18,000
SNautilus Dr. Lots 4,5,6,7, 8 & 9, Block A $20 000 each.
ST. JOE BEACH
Mobile Homes or Houses
Atlantic StC 50' X 100' lot in first block off highway on left
$20,000
Pineda St. 50' X 125' each 4 lotsin first block across from
beach. $20,000 each -
Americus & Selma Sts. 84' X 150' Lot 11, Blk 10. $14,500
PORT ST. JOE
Houses Only
SGarrison Ave. 75' X 150'- Lot 9, Blk 92, Unit 2, lice highland
dry residential lot. Reduced $13,5000
OVERSTREET AREA
Creekwood Lots 14 & 15, Approx. 1.25 acres total PLUS 2 pie-
shaped lots 6 & 7 directly on the creek.'Sold as package.
$22,000
Wetappo Creek and Highway 386 15.5 acres Great
Potential. $55,000
WEWAHITCHKA AREA
Highway 71 Gulf County Farms 4 acres. $15,700
Stone Mill Creek North of Wewa on Hwy 71 Close to great
freshwater fishing. Lot 1 & 3, Blk D. $ 6,900 each lot
Riverside Park Land Dr. Lots 9 & 10. One block to boat
basin. $8,000 each. Both lots available for less money.

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RATES:
Une ads: $3.50 for first 20 words,
50 for each additional word.
$2.00 for each consecutive
Week with no changes. Call
227-1278 to place yours.
NOTE: NEW DEADLINE:
TUESDAY AT 10 A.M.


1978 28' Southwind class A motor
home, generator, air, fully self con-
tained, $4,000. 647-4047. 2tc 5/9
1993 Cavalier ECS, 2 bdrm., 2 ba.,
cen. h/a, 28x48'. 271-2071. Itp 5/9
'94 Hyundai Scuope, red a/c, am/fm
cassette, tinted windows. 647-8002.
2tc 5/9
'85 GMC Jimmy, 4 spd., looks & runs
good. 2.5 engine, $3,250. 647-5065.
3tc 5/9
'85 Chevy truck, 4 wheel drive, diesel,
$1,900. Call 229-9070,leave message.
2tc 5/9
'92 Chevy 1/2 ton pickup, good truck,
$8,500 (below low book), 229-9282.
,2tc 5/9
Custom Dodge Ram van, 1 owner,
648-4550 or 896-3450. 2tc 5/2
White stretch limo; excel, cond. Very
reasonable price. 648-4550 or 896-
3450. 2tc 5/2
Red '88 Nissan double cab, 4 wd, V-6,
big tires, bed liner, 648-4550 or 896-
3450. 2tc 5/2
'95 Monte Carlo, white exterior, leath-
er interior, 10,000 miles, $500 and
tiae over payment, day 227-3611,
evening 648-8914. 2tc 5/2


16' Scandy White boat, tunnel hull,
115 hp Johnson and trolling motor, 4
bladed stainless prop. Center console
w/hydraullc' jack plate, aluminum
trailer ready for fishing, low hours.
Asking $6,500. Call 639-2138 .
4tc 5/9
20' Searay, 200 Mere Cruiser 1/0,
completely refurbished, 1995, all
tackle and trailer. $4,500. 647-4047.
2tc 5/9
22 ft Chris Craft 1969 inboard w/
327 and tandem axle trailer. A real
classic, needs some work, $2,500.
639-5642. Itp 5/9




Entire inventory of Coyote Imports.
Mexico Beach. Gifts, baskets, rod iron
stands, etc. Call 648-5903. tfc 5/2


3 brm., 2 ba. home', dishwasher,
washer/dryer, icemaker refrig.. laun-
dry rm., cen. h/a, nice neighborhood.
$725 month. Call Fantasy Properties,
Inc., 648-5146. Itc 5/9'
^ . .' .. i


No need for wet carpets. Dry clean
them with HOST. 'Use rooms right
away. Rent machine. St. Joe Furni-
ture, 227-1251. tfc 5/2
Two bedroom, I bath 14 ft. wide un-
furnished trailer, St. Joe Beach. No
pets. 647-5361. tf 5/9
Unfurnished 4 bedroom beach house,
Call 648-5306. t fc 5/2
Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tapper
Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable hois-
ing for the elderly, and the handi-
capped.
Cen. h &a. laundry facilities, energy
efficient const., handicapped equip-
ped apts., available, Stove & refrig.
furn., fully carpeted,. 1 bdrm., apt'.,
on-site manager.
Equal Opportunity Housing Com-
plex. Rent is based on income.
This complex is funded by the Farm-
ers Home Administration and man-
Saged by Advisors Realty: '
Call 229-6353 for more information,
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS


PINE RIDGE APTS., (904) 227-7451.
Rents starting at $255.00 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. tc 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 rental
High and Dry after Opal. Located on
Hwy. C-30 next to Todd Land Devel-
opment. Call 229-8397 or 227-2191.
tfc 5/2

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

; FURNISHED
SLarge 2 bdrm. house, stove & refrig.,
'cen. h&a, screen porch, carport &
laundry rm.
Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove &
:refrig., washer/dryer hook-up.
New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm, ch&a, dish-
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
: pets.
.FURNISHED
Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat &
air, washer/dryer hook-up.
'* One bedroom apartment, washer/
.'*: dryer hook-up.
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
tfc 5/2

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


Yard Sale: 505 3rd St., Saturday, May
11, 8 to 12. Rain or shine. Itc 5/9


Yard Sale: Saturday, May 11, 8-12.
No early sales, 813 Marvin Ave. Elec.
range w/hood, camper shell, lots
misc. items. Itp 5/9
Yard Sale: Saturday, 104 21st St.,
PSJ. Toddler bed w/mattress & com-
forter set Strollers, lots of little girl's
clothes up to size 4.






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

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


Two family yard sale, Saturday, May
11th, 8 a.m. till 2 p.m. CST, 207 Ten-
nessee St., Mexico Beach. Baby
clothes, ladies & men's clothes, lots of
misc. Itc 5/9


Yard Sale: May 11, 207 Arkansas Dr.,
Mexico Beach, 8th St to Georgia,
turn left next street is Arkansas. Also
signs. Household items, plants and
banana trees. Bicycles in good shape,
outdoor lounge chairs and other
chairs, wheel barrow, chest of draw-
ers, and too much to mention. Rain or
shine. Itp 5/9

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
VOTERS NEEDED
APPLY
CITY FIRE STATION
TUESDAY MAY 14. 1996
7 A.M. TO 7 P.M.
CITY COMMISSIONER
JOHN PUEVES
GROUP 4
Pd. Pol. Adv., by John Reeves
Surfside Serenity Group, 1st United,
Methodist Church, 22nd St., Mexico
Beach. Monday 7:30; Friday 7:30.
All times central. 647-8054.


TA S ,RC


Looking for the perfect Mother's
Day gift? Give the gift that shows
Mom how much she's appreciated.
Let me "Bright Clean" your home.
Reasonable, reliable and references-
available. Call France Bright at 227-
1793. tc 5/9
Have opening for 2 kids in my home
in the beach area. Have reference and
certified. Call 647-5648. 2tp 5/2
Wewa Serenity Group, Presbyterian
Church. Hwy. 71, Al Anon meets
Monday at 7:00. AA meets Monday
and Thursday at 7:00.

POOL CARE

Barfieid's

229-2727












STUTZMAN ROOFING
SRC #003896
Specallzinz In Rerofs

Where quality s higher than price
229-8631
fce 5/2

C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work, dozer work, root
rake, front-end loader, lot clearing,
septic tanks, drain fields, fill dirt.
Rf. 2, Box A1CPort St. Joe
Phone 229-6018 :

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


904-229-8161
Fayo's Nail &1
Tanning Salon
TOTAL NAIL CARE
Certified Nail Technician
1905 LongAve., Port St. Joe
Wolff. Tanning System Call for Appt.


Port SL Joe Lodge No. I I
Reg. Stated Communication
1st and 3rd Thursday of each
month. 8:00 p.m..Masonic Hall."
214 Reid Ave.
Robert Redmon. W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec.
1st & 3rd weeks -Dec.

Bingo Extravaganza Until the End
of May! Bingo is being held every
Thursday at 7 p.m. at St Patrick's
Hall, in Apalachlcola. In addition to.
the regular games, a jackpot or $250
will be given away weekly. There will
also be. two split-the-pot" cover-alls
each evening. 5tp 4/25

Sit te .,Penece 9 ..a49
New Cleansers and Cosmetics
for any skin type. .
For information or .,
Appointment call:
Kimberly Kopinsky
(904) 647-8322 4tc4/18


DISCOUNT POOL

SUPPLIES
Barfield's 229-2727




S* 'AY Q
Catherine L. Collier
Indenpendeul Sales Representadive
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 Lawn Service Needs '
,MOWING, EDGING, TRIMMING, SPRAYING,
FERTILIZING, WEEDING, CLEAN OUTS,
SPRINKLER REPAIR, AND LANDSCAPING
Free Estimates
Call 229-6435 d 4/6


NEX Microsystems
announces NEW PENTIUMS
starting.at $1169,
P75 Multimedia $1,365,
P50's from $1799
227-6590 or 647-3339


LOANS D 8J PAWN SHOP
"The Uttle House with the Big Deals"
Comer of E. Henry Ave. and Main St. Wewahitchka, FL 32465
Business: (904) 639-3202 Hours Mon.-Frl. 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

LIC # RF0051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
ER 0011618

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


THE PIANO MAN mall Engine
.. PIANO TUNING & D n

PIANO & FURNITURE R e pi
REFINISHING S Barfield's 229-2727
SRON KENT, TECHNICAL
784-6027


SResidental .
SCommercial


* Custom Wood
* Industrial


A 8 R Fence
emn Fcing ead eCniete Work
Albert Feischmann FREE Esumalte
EIN #593115646 9041 647-4047


LAWN CARE

Barfield's

229-2727


Steve Brant's Roofing
Licensed & Insured
Lic #RC0050321
Port St. Joe Call 229-6326



MOWING RAKING WEEDING
EDGING TRIMMING
LANDSCAPING LICENSED

C. J.. 'S'at n,

Service
Sengng Mexico Beach, Si Joe Beach,
Port St Joe & L Venahitchka
"! will aorfl or YOU' CL 'DE 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.
lfc 4G/6

MOWING RAKING WEEDING
EDGING TRIMMING
LANDSCAPING LICENSED
C.J.'s Law#

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


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


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'tic


* INSURANCE FREE ESTIMATES.
, COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
"BILL WHITE
CHRIS MORRISON"
647-3215
4476 Hwy. 98, #3
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
tfc 5/2


.-Plus Small Engine Repairs
.S 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


SBOB'S PAINT &
BODY SHOP
29 Continuous Years of
: Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks
Body & Window Work .
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Body Work
Call or See BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-7229
tfc 4/6
ft


'Locally
Owned


6 -


Residential


'0- Commercial
Termite & Pest Control
Termite Treatments Restaurant Motel
* Flea Control Condominiums
* Household Pest Control New Treatmentl
* Real Estate (WDO) Reports Construction Sites
' FAMILY OWNED
[f PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
Serving Guf Co. & Surrounding Areas
Free Estimates & Inspections


Free lance secretary, medical/law, 5
years experience. 229-6367. 4te 5/2


Pressure Washing, Houses, Mobile
Homes. Residential, Commercial.
639-3028. tfc 5/2


S* Drywall Repair
Sia -*Stucco Repair
S Painting/
Residential & Comemrcial
Just Give Us A Calil
Tim -227-8059
O f fIff ,Lew 639-2027
DEGR41 EIN#59-3367519
lcp 5/9

A/C, Heating, Refrigeration, and Ice
Machine (Sales/Servicel
Ventilation Shegt.Metal. Fab..,i,,Natural
Gas'& Electrical* Equipment Coritfacbf
Harden,
ser iicld ('^mmietai *

Service Co. Wewahitchka. FL 32465
State Mech e 00664625 Ernie "Cooter" Harden/Owner
Phone 904-639-2454 Cel. Ph. #227-5036 ,4t5/2


cense No. R00033177


GEORGE GAINNIE
PILING & CONSTRUCTION Co.
Foundation Piling Crane Rental
Post Office Box 624 Telephone (904) 229-6411
Port St. Joe, FL 52457 Mobile (904) 227-6284



Land Clearing Road Building
Stump Pulling Bush Hogging
SRootraking Fish Ponds

TLB

Excavation --

955 SR 381 Terry L. Brock
Wewahitchka, FL 32465 Phone (904) 639-3829


^----------^_ _'"----------------
,- ALLEN'S GULF
COAST IRRIGATION
S Nelson, Rainbird and Toro
INSTALLATION and REPAIR
Free Estimates and Design
Allen Norris 229-8786 Pump Repair


Business and Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service

FRANK J. SEJU'KEF
Accounting and Income Tax Service
Telephone 509 Fourth St.
Office (904) 229-9292 P. 0. Box 602
Home (904) 227-3230 ,tki/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 12/14










PAGE SB THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1996


JOB NOTICE
The City of Port St. Joe Is accepting
applications for the following position:
P/T DISPATCHER
$6.46/HR
Application and job description may
be picked up and returned to the Mu-
nicipal Building, 305 Fifth St., May 9
- May 24.,
The City of Port St. Joe enforces a
Drug-Free Workplace Policy and is an
Equal Opportunity/Afflrmative Action
Employer.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ Pauline Pendarvis
City Clerk
2tc 5/9


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

Certified Nursing Assistants: 11
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


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
Marie Romanelli, 229-1065. tfc 5/2





St. Joe Beach 3 bdrm., 2 ba. modu-
lar home on corer 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


St. Joe Beach. High sandy lot w/
water meter Installed; 50x125' only
$16,000; 1/2 block to beach! Hannon
Realty. Call Sandy Smock at 227-
1450. Itc 5/9

Fishermen $18,000 for well-
elevated 1/2 acre. Prime building lot
Half-mile to best river fishing in Pan-
handle. Owner will finance with one-
down. Hannon Realty. Call Sandy
Smock at 227-1450. \ Itc 5/9

Camping, fishing and hunting. Cor-
ner lot on Doc Whitfield Rd. plus lot
on Wisteria. Ave. Each lot $6,500.
Hannon Realty. Call Sandy Smock at
227-1450. Itc 5/9

First tier lot in Treasure Shores.
Beach access and Gulf View. Comer
1/4' acre; $29;900. No commercial de-
velopment Just miles of sand and
sunl Hannon Realty. Call Sandy
Smock at 227-1450. Itc 5/9


INTERESTED CITIZENS OF CITY OF
PORT ST. JOE
TO VOTE
TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1996
7 A.M.- 7 P.M.
JOHN RFEVES
CITY COMMISSIONER
GRQUPA
Pd Pol. Adv., by John Reeves
Paul's Pest Control has opening' for
pest control technician for Apalachi-
cola and surrounding areas. No expe-
rience necessary. Must have clear
Florida driver's license. Please call
227-7402 for interview. 2tc 5/9

Marine Transportation Services is ac-
cepting applications for the following
position: MATE $63/day. Company
offers various benefits. Valid driver li-
cense required. Apply at 3830 Frank-
ford Ave., 10 a.m. 12; 1-4:00 p.m.
Mon.-Fri. Drug-free workplace. EOE.
2tc 5/9

Pest control technician. Will train the
right person. Neat appearance Is a
must. Call 648-3018 for information.
tfc 5/9


'Restaurant, Hwy. 98. Mexico Beach.
S ,, tf. 5/9

Gulf County Association For Retarded
Citizens. Inc. in Port SL Joe. FL. Is
accepting applications for the position
of Executive Director. This full-time
administrative position requires a BS
or BA degree from an accredited
College or university and three years
professional experience (full time paid
employment) in human services.
'business management, administra-
Stion. supervision, program planning
/development, or related areas.
Additional experience in the field of
Developmental Disabilities may
substitute for the college/university
requirements on a year-for-year basis.
Preference will be given to experience'
directly related to administration of a
non profit agency. Salary range
between $27.000 828.000
commensurate with job experience
and education. Job description,
qualifications and application may be
obtained' from Gulf County
Association For Retarded Citizens
Offices at 200 Peters Street. Port St
'- Joe. Inquiries may be mailed to: Gulf
County ARC. P.O. Box 296. Port SL
Joe, FL 32456. Closing date ,for'
application is May 17. 1996 at 5:00
p.m. EST. This program Is funded in
Part by the Dept. of HRS/
; Developmental Services.
2tc5/9

Bartender. Hwy. 71 & 386. Apply in
person. Marie's Corner Bar. 3te 5/2
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. O. Box 266.
Port St. Joe, FL 32456. phone 227-
1720 or 227-1749. 2tc 5/2

NOTICE: The City of Port SL Joe will
be accepting applications for the
SCity'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 ah EOE/
AAE.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ Pauline Pendarvis.
S City Clerk 2t 5/2

St. Joseph Bay Country Club has po-
siUon 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.
3tc4/25


SALES ASSOCIATE
EXCELLENT INCOME PO-
TENTIAL as a Sales Asso-
ciate at Heilig-Meyers. your
income is directly
proportional to your ability
to sell. As the largest retail
furniture chain, we offer a
large list of fringe benefits
and advancement opportu-
nities.
MUSTBE
1. Career minded
2. Able to work well with
others
3. Willing to work evenings,
weekends and hours re-
quired.
4. Self-motivated
5. Sales oriented
Apply Monday and Tuesday,
9 to 12 noon.
at 209-211 Reid Ave.,
Port St. Joe.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Itc 5/9


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





INDIA RUGS. Signed. limited edition
prints. Dressers. BEDS, at Old Port
Theatre, 229-9282. 2tc 5/9'
Sofa, chair and ottoman, good condi-
tion. 8300. 647-3186. Itc 5/9

Large capacity heavy duty gas dryer,
used 1 year, $250 or best offer. Call
647-3380. leave message. Itp 5/9

14 kt. gold 5 carat cluster for sale,
$2,000, 229-6449.., tc 5/9

U-shaped computer desk with draw-
ers and miscellaneous compartments.
Granite colored. Almost new, $250.
Swivel/recliner chair with arms, $65.
Call 827-2916 after 4 p.m. ltc 5/9

Yard eggs for sale. Duck. 81.00 doz-
en, batam chicken 50s dozen. 229-
8910. 528 3rd St. Itc 5/9

Satellite dish and receiver. RCA, 18"
deluxe dual system; still under war-
ranty, paid $899. sell for $525 obo.
Utility trailer, enclosed. 2 wheel, 7.5
ft. x 6 ft. x 5 ft, $500 obo. Antique
drop-leaf desk with 3 large drawers
on bottom & glass front curio cabinet
on top: $275 obo:rAntique flat top
steamer trunk, $50 obo. All items in
excellent condition. 227-2063.
ltcS5/9

POSITION AVAT.AT RI

CITY COMMISSIONER
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
GROUP 4
NEED YOUR HELP TO FILL IT
VOTE MAY 14. 1996
7 AM. 7 P.M.
CITY FIRE STATION
JOHN lqREVES
THANK YOU
Pd. Po. Adv.. by John Reeves

BUY FOR LESS, chest of drawers.
wardrobes, dressers, miscellaneous,
treasures, and junk. BIG BARN. .412
Monument Ave. PSJ. We buy & sell.
Ask for E. T. or William. 227-74 10.

Ceramic greenware. bisque, finished
pieces, supplies and firing. Liver's
Ceramic Comer. 3417 Overstreet Rd.,
4.5 miles north from Hwy. 98 on Hwy.
386. Monday thru Thursday. 10 a.m.
till 5 p.m. Call 648-3065. 4tp 5/2

Tupperware, Tupperware, Tupper-
ware. Call Teresa for all your house-
hold storage needs. 229-8624. night
or day. THANKSII Itp 5/9

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

CHILD CARE-Are you looking for
someone who cares with lots of expe-
rience, call "Teresa", 229-8624.
Itp 5/9

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. 4tc 5/9

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. tfc 5/2





AKC registered Boston terrier pup-
pies. Call 227-1583. Itp 5/9

FREE four month old female puppy.
Spaying and rabies shot have been
paid for.' Just needs a LOVING home.
229-1092. Itp 5/9

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


Hury!Lat dys*o elctyor OenHosedae t Hnnn eaty 22 RidAv. rin yurtike t


Hano Ralyan* yu-a-slet-ro-hefoloig oms:23-anl t. 67 Grdna t. 11


ONE-OF-A-KIND GULF

FRONT LOT FOR SALE

ZONED COMMERCIAL/

TOURIST $180,000.00


Located just west of Toucan's

Restaurant, Mexico Beach 80' x 116'. Perfect

place for house and/or business.


CALL: CAROLE LEMMOND, Realtor Associate


ANCHOR REALTY & MORTGAGE COMPANY

Wo 212 Franklin Blvd., St. George Island, FL 32328
O 1-800-525-4793 / 904-927-3177












THE STAR. Port St. Joe. FL 32457 May 9. 16. and 23, 1996 Page 1


NOTICE OF TAX


CERTIFICATE SALE

Pursuant to Chapter 197.402, Florida Stat-
utes, notice is hereby given that on the 24th day
of May, 1996, at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time,
Tax Sale Certificates will be sold on the following

described, lands to pay the amount due for the
taxes herein set opposite the same, together with

all costs of such sale and all advertising. Sale will
be held at the Gulf County Courthouse, County
Commission Meeting Room, 1000 Fifth Street,
Port St. Joe, County of Gulf, State of Florida.


EDA RUTH TAYLOR
TAX COLLECTOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


00085-000R
1 R-0011800 $38.59
COBB SHERRY ET AL
S 5 T 7'R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) A 60 X 130 FT
LOT FR LANGFORD ORB 79/1086.
MAP #156A

00098-00OR
2 R-00i3200 S123.06
'WRIGHT J.W.
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) A 60 X 130 FT
LOT ORB 155/889-891 FR WRIGHT
MAP# 156A

00121-001R
3 R-001600 $38.59
SALGUEIRO DEBORAH L.
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) A 60 X 130 FT
LOT ORB 74/1110
MAP #156A

00131-006M
4 R-0017800 S40.20
GASKIN PHILLIP RUDY JR.
S 6 T 6 R 9 640 ACRES '1/4
INT. OGM ALL SECTION

0015.9-000R
E R-0023100 $317,73
BAKER, JAMES G.
S S T 7 R. 8 WHTTFIELD ACRES
SUBD. (UNRECORDED) 5/2. OF' LOT
3 ORB 119/121 FR WILLIAMS. 8:
NICHOLAS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00184-OOOR
6 R-0027200 S314.79
BELL FRANK E. 8: SHERRIL D.
S S T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD.(UNRECORDED) S 1/2.0OF
LOT 3 105 FT. BY 210 .FT. ORB
123/905 FR BYRD
(FOR FURTHER LEGNL SEE TAX ROLL)

00187-000R .
7 R-0027800 S356.39
GORMAN W. CARSON
S T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD.(UNRECORDED) PART OF LOT
4 BEING 90 BY 110 FT. -ORB
77/469i
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00o193-00OR
8 R-9028600 S71.99
GORMAN WILLIAM S .
S F T 7 R B WHITFIELD ACRES S
SUBE., 'UNRECORDED) U 7E FT. OF
LOT 5 RE-':l' ORB 147/505 FR
GORhtwN
(FOR FLIUfTNER LEG _. SELE i.ROLL

00.Z3-OCOR
9 R-0033300 %45..79
WMLE.TNG 0..:.
WHTTFIELD :P.RE5 nT HOUWRE.
CREEI 5E:OND ADDITION PB 1 PG
E9 LOT i2 ORB 103/IOOF FR
SCOTT
(FOR FURTHER LEGWL SEE TAX ROLL)

00248-000R
10 R-0036900 S315.60
'CLARK. JAMES W. 8: SHERRY
WHITFIELD HCRES AT HOWARD.
,:REEI. SECOND ADDITION PB i PG
59 LOT 6 ORB 114/623 FR
RUSSELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00249-OOOR
11 R-0037000 S1488.37
ATKINS JOHN DOYLE
WHITFIELD ,ACRES .T HOWARD
CREEl SECOND EDITION PR 1 PG
F9 LOT 7
MAP 156 A .
BLK 5

00301-000P
12 'R-0047200 160.75
WILLTAMN. NELLIE 8: VINCENT D
WHITFIEL'D ,RES AT HOWARD
i:REEl ErCOiJD ME'DITI,-N PB L. PG
F9 LOTS 7 8 8 ORB 167/718 FR'
SMITI ,.
(FOR FLIPTHER LEGi4L SEE TAX .ROLLi

003 L,5-o0 ioP
13 R-00OO160 $284.35
MIXON, LANNY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB I PG
59. LOTS ,12.) 13, 14 ORB 156/
464-465 FR MIXON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00334-009R
14 R--0053400' 352.45
STRICKLAND DNIEEL 8: BETTY S
S 5 T 7.R B HOWNP.D CREEK PROP
IUHREC:OPDEDIr E/2 OF LOT 6
UNRE,:. (4 FR DAVIS
MAP # 1i56 A
BLK l r .

00334-0199R
i5 R-0054400 $201.27.
HOLMES REX 8: REX EARL.
5 5 r 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK.PROP
(UNRECORDED) E 140 FT'OF LOT 1
ORB 154/801 FR GULF COUNTY
FARMS "INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

00334-032R
i; R-005E5400 $49.39
WALKER JOSEPH B. ET UX
S 5 T 7 R 8.HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) W/2 OF LOT -2 ORB
65/571
MAP #156A
BLK 4P

00334-0'+7R
17. R-0056600 HA $310.03
WORD MICHAEL 8: CLYTIE AiTWELL
5 5 T 7 R '8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT '+ ORB
95/1052 FR ELDER 8: S/2 LOT 5.
ORB 74/'+58 8: N/2 OF E/2 OF LOT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00334-069R
8 R-0058100 5315,22
WHITFIELD JOE W
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) 5 1/3 OF LOT 7
ORB 5.7/842 8: ORB 95/743 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL-SEE.TAX ROLL)

00334-076R
19 R-0058400 $504'.29
LEE BILLY G, ET AL
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4 ORB 57/731
MAP N 1E6 A .


BLK 7


00334-078R
20 R-0058500
LEE BILLY G. ET UK
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD
(UNRECORDED) LOT S
SMAP # 156 A


S83.79

CREEK 'PROP
ORB 87/499

BLK 7


00334'+263R
Z21 R-0064100 S224.41
MARTIN NORMAN M
HOWARD CREEK PROP, NO, 2
UNRECORD LOT 13 ORB 90/877 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH INC &I LOT 14
FR MARTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00334-550R
22 R-0065600 $462.22
GILLMANh JEFFERY PAUL 8: TAMMY W
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LIUN IT 'NO. 3 LNRP.EORrED
LOT 1.O ORB 174.'o16 FR PILE','
MAP# 156C'
BLK' D

0033'4-.7,R
.3 F.-0066100 $87.S93,
OLT Z FRED E 3 Sf4-'PA .
HOU4RD ,CREEkl PROPERTIES UNIT
S.NO. 3 UNRECORDED LOT E"
ORB 160//E9 .C FR L','NN
MAP# 56E,,
BLK' E

00334-580R
.4 R-0066.00 171.17
GILLMAN JEFF
HOWARD CREEL PROPERTIES UNI-T
NO. 3 LOT 4 ORB .iE3/882 FR
L'i NN
MAPtL 156
.LK E

00334-670R
"T R-0067300 S123.38
BEV' TEDDY rt E J,-NI.:E H
HOWARD :PREEK PROPERTIES UNTIT
'10. 4 LOT 1i UNRECORDED
ORB 1r4&.L/'t FR. F IULF CO. FARMS
INC.
-(FOR FUpTHER LEGmL SEE TAX ROLL)

00335-001R .
26 R-0068900 14-'+68
ARTHUR MRRI. P RUTH
S E T 7 R 0 .283 AC M/L 30 rX
95- FT LOT ON SR 387 ORB 89/12
FR GOLDEN
MAP iT.eA

C.335.-OL'3R
7 R-6069100 '- t .i"
WHITFIELD LuNDING, IN, i
5 E T 7 R 8
HLL SWi,'4 OF SECT. E LESS
SOLD ORB 1.9/BEi-17 FR.HILL






00335-0040R
28 -C069:.,0 93.87.,
MITCHELL .GU'ETTE 8: FAITH
5 5 T 7 R 9 A ,-40 X 130 FT
PARCEL PEC'[E IN ORB 91/567 8:
ORB 91/.'70 8 ORB 9-/145 FR
HftRRISO9 INCLUDiNG LOT 1 BLK
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ,ROLL)

00335-OEOR
29 R-0069300 51 108.87
WHITFIELD LANDING INC.
s B T 7 R 8 '1.93 AC M/L
438.98 X -200 FT PARCEL
ORB 129/81-17 FR HILL
MhAP ISSf

00338-080R
30 R-0070800 87.93
JONES JOE-Z .
SS T 7 R 8, s5 AC M/L HOWARD
.REEl PROFERTIE!: UNREC, LOT 7
SOP.B 16B..'94 FR GULF CO. FARMS

(FOP FURTHER LEGCL SEE TAX ROLL)

GO,360- '16P
31 R-0744C0 S87.93
,:HRISTE11Orl THOI'-.., L '
S 6 T 7 R R
HOWARD :rREElr PROI'ER'IfLl-
LOT' 8 OFB IE,'6/66 FR GULF CO.
FARMS INC. .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360- ':'lP
32 R-O71i.I,)O $349.35 ,
LYNN ROBERT E. SR.
S 6 T,7 R 8
HOWARD CREEL. PROPERTIES' ,
LOT 16 ORB 17T.'37 0?'- FR,
LYNN
(FQR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-238R
33 R-0075300 288.20
CARPENTER EDDIE 8: JUDY
S 6 T 7 RB8
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
S/2 LOT 17 ORB. 142/225 FR
HOLIDAY 'BEACH LOT i8 ORB 124/.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL,)

00360-260R
34 ;--7,):'7*.:. HX .S453.06
MAULDE4- CGILL',' E
S 6 T 7 R 8.
HOWARD CREEK,,PROPERTIES
LOTS 29 ) 30 31 ORB 154/197 FR
MARSHALL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-328R
35 R-0078600 5B137.56
MAULDEN BILLY SE
S6 T7 R8
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
TRACT "E". ORB 144'/553 FR GULF "
CO FARMS INC':.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 'TAX ROLL)

.00360-730R
36 R-0092600 5251.69
CAMPBELL RICHARD A .8: DEBRA D
S 6 T 7 R 8 2 AC M/L ,
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOTS 47, '48, 499 50
ORB 170/806 FR GULF CO. FARMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00363-0.0R.
37 R-0083200 51)88. 7
M K RANCHES
S 8 T 7 R S 8.5 AC M/I.
BEING CALF BARNS
MAP# 156D


00363-35OR
38 R-0083300 53i
CHRISTENSON THOMAS
S B T 7 R 8 4.3 AC M/L
BEING TRACT 18 REC'D ORB 17
901 FR FLEMING CO.
MAP# 156D

00363-405R
39 R-0083600 !127
GOULD KENNETH H SR 8: ROBIN E
S 8 T 7 R 8 2.508 AC M/L.
BEING TRACT 7 ORB 176/895 FR
FLEMING LAND CO. INC.
MAP# s6D

00383-200R
40 R-0086600 $25
JAMISON JAMES 0
S 8 T 7 R 8' 5 AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 158/91. FR.
FLEMING
MAP# 156D

00383-300R '/
41 R-0086700 $2S
SMILEY DONALD S
S 8 T 7 R 8 E AC M/L.
BEOMG FARM #5A ORB 167/77 F
FLEMING LAND CO. 8: 3 AC IN
FARM#5 ORB 167/299 FR FLEMIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX R
00383-350R
42 '. R-0086800 $25
CHRISTENSON THOMAS
S 8 T 7 R 8 4,3 AC NM/L
BEING TRACT 18 RE':'D ORB 17
901 PFR FLEMING LAND CO.
MAP# 1560

00387-000R
43 R-0087300 $2
MIXON LANNY ET AL
5 20 T 7 R 8 I ACRE REC'D
ORB 156/462-:-+63 FR MIXON
MAP #157

00416-000R
w4 R-0092:00 HX S&
NAPP.IER KAREN
S 31 T 3 R 9 )1. AC REC'.D
ORB 173/534 FR GUILFORD
MAP# 109C

o00418a000P
4F i* ,FO,';TI", 1IX U )0i1
SETTERTIH I -frLIfM
S 31 T 3 R 9 .9t 'AC ALL OF
ORTO LOT 7 L','TNG ', OF
BRO: ETT Sf 8 E OF SUBD IN P
I PG 36, I.E5S ORB 3:.,' TO
(FOR FURTHER LEC4 L SEE TH>( R

OOL44-OOOC.
4A. R-00''700 S31
SETTERI,:H lWLLIAl
STORES ['E4D LIl.E8 CAMP UNIT
OrE LOTS ),. L ,it 1.L tL.4
IS. 168 : 17 PB'2 PG 36
MAP #109C
BLKF


00445-000R
47 R-0096000
ADAMS TRADING POST
STOKES DEAD LAKES CAMP
ONE LOTS i, 2 8: 3 PB 2
HAP #109C'


$55

UNIT
PG 36

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00471-OOOR
48 R-0100700 S84.40
RALLS JOHN M
S 8 T 4 A 9 4 AC BEG AT NEC.
TH S 11 1/2 CHS, TH E 3 1/2
CHS, TH N TO N BOUNDARY LINE
OF 1/4 SEC,-TH,E 3 1/2 CHS TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).

00478-ooo000R
49 -.R-0101300 $168.12
MILLS WELL H.. ,
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35 5 75 FT
OF LOT 2
MAP #127C
BL. I

0049-0OR '' "/
R-0103100 $26.79
JOHNSON SCOTT' HOWARD
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT .ONE PB 2 PG 35 N/2 'OF :
LOT 2 ORB 1'i6/919 FR JOHNSON
NAP #i27':C
SLK' 3

00509-00OR
5i -0113700 .1474.8 8
BROWDER L.E. ET AL
S '19 T 4 'R 9 TRIANGULAR
SHAPED PARCEL 0QO FT ON
CHIPOLA RIVER & 200 FT ON
CHIPOLA RIVER CUT-OFF ORB.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'

00511-OEOR
52 R-01i800 HX $603.32
GORTMAN MARY ELLEN
S 16 T 4 R 9.
'342.99 FT STRIP ON CHIOPLA
CUT-OFF 218 FT AV DEPTH
ORB 123/568-69 FR NEAL LND,. 8:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TtX ROLL)

OO0023-000R
53 R--0117500 S'438.84
CARTER JOHN W. &8 CHRISTINE
CH"IPOLA. CUTOFF ADDITION 'TO
IOLA LOT 3 PB 2 PG 21 ORB
111/706 FR POWELL
SMAP 111 A .
BLK 1

00539-100R
54 R.-0119800 HX 549,91i,
KELSOE MARK 5. 8: JANET L,
CHIPOLA CUTOFF ADDITION TO
.IOLA UNIT 1 ALL OF BLKS 3 8& 4
8: CROSS- HATCHED LOT LYING W
OF LOT 1 BLK i PB. 2 PG 21
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLLL)

00539-105..R
55. R-0119900 S66.68
SIMMONS TOMMY R.
CHIPOLA CUT-OFF ADDITION TO
IOLA
'LOTS 1 BLK 3 8: LOTS. 2)'+, BLK 4
ORB 131/293 FR SIMMONS' -
HAP# 1iiA .

.00565-100R
56 R-0123800, $173.90-
WILLGUS REX C 8: DOROTHY M
S 19 T 4 R 9 BEING LOT 11
70.33 X 85 FT AV DEPTH
UNRECORDED PLAT FR COX ORB
160/689'FR PENTO 8: PINCKARD '
MAP #1iiC

00565-120R
57 R-0124200 322.84"
STONE JAMES 0 8: CAROLYN M,.
.5 19 T 4 R 9 BEING LOT 15 66
X 138 FT AV DEPTH UNRECORDED
PLAT FR COX ORB 171/30 FR
OBERT
MAP# 111C

005E5-080R
58. R--0128800 55E86.36
PUGH GEORGE H. 8 MABEL.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD, UNIT
NO., I LOT. 3,4 ORB 1.73/700
FR PUGH 8: LESS LOT 6 ORB 1.73/
700 TO HATHAWAY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX .ROLL)

056-050R
59 R-01294.00 S140.05
HUTCHISON ANNE
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. i LOT 1' ORB 73/528 8: ORB
79/4-89
MAP 1:L2B
BLK E

00609-000R
60 R--0131400 S47.87
COX RICHARD A. 8: MARGARET T.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. I LOT 1. ORB 106/923-4 FR
TURNER
MAP 1ii2B BILK. G


00613-010R
61 R-013i900 Si05.15
ROBBINS MICHAEL LEE 8:
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1 LOT 6 ORB 141/136 FR EST
OF DUDLEY FRANKLIN ROBBINS
8: ORB 166/596 1/2 INT FR NOREM
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00616-030R
62 R-0i33700 $59.33
CLARK TIERNEY LYNN
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO, 2
LOT 3 ORB 161/24 FR SHEETS
.ESTATE
*MAP# il12B
BLK D

00618-080R
&63 R-013s200 $227.29
SALLISON LARRY J.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
r!O. : LOT 2 8: .98 AC LYING SE
OF SAID LOT; BEING ,5 AC M/L
ORB 89/643 FR YATES MAP #i2B
'. '! BLK I


00621-060R
'64 R-0137700
M.:' r,4NEEL B, J.
. PEED BULL ISLAND SUBD. U
`O0. LOT 18 ORB 118/10
'.FR DUREN
MAP# 1i128
BLK K


65 R-01 7800 .
MC E*'MN EiEL B. J. .
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. U
NO. 2 LOT 19 ORB 118/10
FR EDUREN .
MnPI lliti
BLK I.

006o1-0;. OR
,66 R-01 3800
FUSEL, IER ONNh E.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBf. U
NO. 2 LOT. 24 ORB 81/917
M4P #112B


006o.'3-OETRP.
67 R-0139300 .,
SrMMONS B -IRBRR n.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. U
iNO. -- LOT -4 ORB 140/3
-70 FR SIMIONS .
M4PH 1I: B

0,'36;3-O- OR
68 R--Ol39600 ,
WOOEDHM41 EVELYN W
RED E'U.ILL rSLI4ND SUBDr. LI
NO. LOT 13 ORB 14W1/90
SHERROD
MAP tLi-R

006Z6-O0OR
6'? F.-01'4 0 .
MINC' II E ': '
PED BULL '5LICHN SJUBer. U
LOT 8 8 ;. ORB :1.7/297
EMERSON- BLK M'
MAP# 11i2B

006 6-GEOP
70 R-041'400
MLEVANCEER CYNTHIA S,
RED BULL ISLAND SUED.. U
NO. Z LOT 11 ORB 81/E110
140/188 FP ALEXANDER
MAP4 11128


00627-030P
71 R-O4L .00
C M,: RDLE JAMES L.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. U
11, G. LOT 19 ORB 116/72
HOLLoNl,
M14P #L ZB


0'06217-0(4OR
7- R-0l4.L300
M- uiRDLE JA-ME-3 L.
PEE. BULL ISl.,ii, 5UBL'. U
SNO. LOT 20 2 1 ACRE,
.-i4JOJINI4G PEC:'D ORB 115
FP HOLLrNa.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE.

006L9-080P
73 R-01944200
FI:P'RON SHwiRLOTTE
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. L
NO. 2 LOT 12 8: 16 ORB '
C- FR ARMSTRONG
MAP# 1.12B


On634-0EOR
74 R-0147100
SUGGS LEE P. 8 FR N,:.ES
RED'BULL ISLAND SUBD. U
NO. 2.LOT 104.A, 10 B '&
ORB 10 E3 FR.SUGGS
MAP# 112 :


00635-05OR
75 0-O-75006
BHSS BASCOM 'J. 8: GEORGI
PED BULL ISLAND SUBD., U
NO. 2 LOT 1
MAP #1i128


0063F-060R
76 P-1-O47600
EwSS BiHSCOM J. & GEORGI
RED BULL ISLAtID SUBDA. U
NO. LOT :.
M-nP til.zB


006- E-070R
77 R-0147.700
BSS BASC:OM J. 8 GEORGI
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. U
NO. 2 LOT 3
MAP #112B8


00635 -080RR
78 R-0i47800
BASS BASCOM J. & GEOR
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.
Np. 2 LOT 4
MAP #1ii2B


00635-090R
'9 R-0147900
BASS 3'B4,S,:O1 J. & GEOR
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD.
10. 2 LOT 5
MAP #1i2B


;GI
U


00640-06iR
84 R-01i1900 $59.33
JOHNSON PANSY JEAN .
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3'
LOT 2 8: 3 ORB 98/810 FR
FUSELIER 8: ORB 128/717-18 CD
FR FUSELIER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00640-08oER
85 R-0o53600 $59.33
TADLOCK DONNA
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 2 ORB 125/980-81 FR EST.
OF HENRY FORD HEWETT
MAP# l2B
BLK G

00640-122R
86 R-0154400 St95.30
.ALLEN LEONARD L. JR.
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT .NO. 3
LOT 8
MAP #112
BLK X


00641-010R
87 R-0155300 $362.60
S59.33 WREATH DAWN M.
S 30 T 4 R 9 .8 AC M/L
JNIT LYING N OF COCHRAN LANDING RD
40 CD ORB 181/173 FR BRITT
MAP #112B8

00641-OiR
88, R-01E5400 $242.64
DAVIS SHIRLEY FRANCINE
S9.33 S 30 T 4 R 9 SAC M/L
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
JNIT UNRECORDED UNIT # 3.
*0 CD LOTS 1 THRU 6 & iA
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

S00642-003R. '
89 R-015i800 S$687.96
MINCHEW ANGELA:DIANN
$62.41 COCHRAN LANDING PROP.
UNRECORDED S 1/Z OF LOT 4 ORB
JNIT 174/816- FR MALLORY
SMAP# 1i2B "

BLK K 00642-004R
90 R-0155900 $1i6221.43
2' MINCHEW ANGELA DIANN
5332.08 COCHRAN LANDING PROP.
UNRECORDED LOT &51ft/2 OF LOT
INIT 4 ORB 174/816 FR MALLORY
639 MAP #i2B

00642-OOR ..
091 R-OI0E6300 HX 8E55.8+
: NATIONS ROBERT B JR
*- 31E.96 COCHRAN LAND NGI UNREC.
LOT 9 ORB 168/109 FR
NIT KENSINGER
>7 FR MAP# 112

b0,644-3SER
BLK L ?2 0 R-0159800 5214.0
.. DAVIS ROBERT M 8 DORIS GRAY
112.82. 5 31'T 4 R 9 .5 A': M/L
TWIN LAKES SUBD. UNIT NO. 4
JNJT #2 UNREC. LOT 11 ORB 143/533
FR ASSIG OF CONTRACT
MAP# tl2C

00659-000OR
93 R-016600 1 Si73.90
$63.91 AKE CLIFFORD R & BRANDY..R
5 31 T 4 R 9 A 120 X 17E FT
JNIT LOT ON BOZEMAN CIRCLE ,.
8: ORB ORB 14T/824 FR PARMER 8 ORB
145/82E-26 BC FR PRIMER
MAP# 112C
LK M 00689-00R
94 R-0165900 SS.39
$36.42 .TAUNTON DAVID L 8- AIG6IL
5 S7 T 5 R,9 18 AC M/L NW/4 OF
)NIT SW/4' LESS 2' AC SOLD 'TO ': -
2 FR BROCK 8' LYING IN SWHMP LESS
2 FR 00 FT LOT TO CANNING ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TkN ROLL I
BL" M 00709-00R
95 R-016B00O 5347.28L
$47.87 FORTSON GLADYS PNN "
S 18 T S R 9 9 8.847 AC, ML
jNIT -N 774.06 FT OF THAT PART OF
NW/4 OF SW,/4 OF SECT 18 L',ING
': ~ W OF SR 71 ORB 1:9/371 Q': FR
/"'" (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TRX ROLL)
TAX ,ROLL)
0' 0709-S1EOR
96 R-0168900 57.82
SlO.15i OLSON JAMES -.'
S 18 T FR 9.5 C M/L 106.25
N IT X 205 FT LOT; BEING LOT 8
(I/97T UNRECORDED PLAT ORB 89/913 FR
"~HERRING-
MAP # 114 B
BLb' N 00709-.00R
97 R-0169 00 s$118.33
MIXON ALFRED E & LAURS .
60 18 TE R9 3 AC MiL 461 FT ON
SR 461.FT ON SR 71 .9. FT
NIT DEPTH ORB 108/387 FP G9SFIN -
'10 C N MAP #i14

0070.9-250R ..
BLKP 98 R-i069300 S13.77
MIXON ELVIN 8: LAUR-IS
.. S18. T R9 AC M/L 373..6 FT,
$62.41. ON GRADED RD. 477 FT AV DEPTH
[A ORB 132/913-14 FR GASKIN.
JNIT MAP# i148

00710-255R
SBLK B 99 R-0170100, 117.45.
MINCY IKE P. 8: DORIS M.
S.18 T 5 R 9 ,91 AC.M/L
$62.41 LOT 11 UAIL RIDGE ESTATES
EA ORB 130/17-19 FR GRE,'DD.'
JNIT MAP# il4B


BLK 0 00711-00iR
100 R-0170700 HX $223.35
MINCY IKE PAUL & DORIS
S62.41 S 18 T S R 9 17.744 AC M/L
A ~.414 AC M/L ORB ':01/307 FR
JNIT, GRADDY & 8.32 AC M/L ORB 120/.
297 FR BATSON 8: 3 AC ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
BLK 0

00711-010R
S62.41 101 R-0170800 $327.11
[A MINCY IKE PAUL .
JNIT,' S 18 T S R 9 2.59 ACRES ORB
71/97 FROM LAYTON LESS .414
AC ORB i01/306 TO. GRADDY
BLK B MAP# 1.14 B


$62.41
GI A
UNIT


BLK B


80640O-O'.1 R
R3 P-C. I+? C. ; 0
M',ERS '-I1RIST
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO.
LOT 4 ORB 133/563-65 FR N
MAP # 112B


00640-006R
81 R--01i95.00
MYERS TIMOTHY.
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO.
LOT 5 OR1B 133/560-62 FR N
MAP #112B8


006'40-019R
82 R-01i0300
RIGDON 'STEPHEN W. '8: KATHR
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO.
LOT 9 .ORB 106/579 FR RIGID
MAP #ii2B




00640-02CR
83 R-015:04o00
RIGDON CECIL
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO.
LOT 10 ORB 82/439
MAP t11 B


S69.30

3
IEWELL

BLK A


00720-000R
102 R-0172100 S645.12
MINCED IKE & DORIS M.
S 18 T 5 R 9 3.53 ACRES REC'D
ORB 129/686 FR MINCY
MAP #1148

00733-355R
103 R-0178100 101.23
TAUNTON DAVID L ET AL
S 18 T 5 R. 9 1.73 AC M/L
192.71 FT ON SR 71; 348.93
FT DEPTH ORB 143/591 PRR
HORTON
MAP# ,14B


$69.30 00741-004-R
104 R-0180100 $313.36
WELLL LANGLEY DORA L
L GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS FARM'
BL. A t# 3 ORB 78/272 5 AC M/L
BLK A '"8: ORB 147/75 FR GULF CO.
FARMS INC.
$8i2,57 MAP# 114C
N A 007491-013R
3ON 105 R-0180900 $189.23
MINCY IKE P 8: DORIS M1
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
BLK B #12 .-AC iM/L
ORB 169/274 FR GUINN
MAP ttiiC

00741-014R
$275.51 106 R-01S1000 $189.23
"MINCY',' IKE 8: DORIS
3 GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
#13 5 AC M/L ORB 130/287 FR
GULF CO. FARMS INC.
BLK B MAP #tlC4


00741-025R
107 R-0182000 S190.73
MINCY IKE 8: DORIS
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM #
249 ORB 86/606 AA S AC M/L
8: ORB 150/953 FR GULF CO FARMS
INC.
MAP# 112C

00741-027R
108 R-.0182200 $385.67
EASTER TONY L
.GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM #
26 ORB 120/1010 FR GULF COUNTY
FARMSi INC. 8: ORB 162/938 BC
FR EASTER
MAP #114C

00741-032R
109 R-0182700 $190.73
JOHNSON CLIFFORD M JR 8: RHONDA
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT TRACT
#31 5 AC M/L ORB 76/996 AA FR
GULF CO FARMS 8: ORB 158/392
FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP# 114C

00741-033R
110 R-0182800 $187.18
ELLIOT JAMES H. SR. ET AL
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
#32 ORB 91/153 ASSIGNMENT FR.
JOHNSON 4.9 AC M/L 8: ORB 166/
896 FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP #114C
00741-054R
I1I R-0184400 S142.34
MINCY IKE P. 8: DORIS
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS 3.638
AC M/L W/2 OF- TRACT #5 ORB
113/342 FR CANTLEY &8 PARCEL
ORB 125/901 FR CANTLEY
MAP# ii14C

00754-000R
112 R-0186200 5136.06
WHITFIELD JACKIE L
5 20 T 5 R 9 .33 AC
ORB 163/19 FR CARNLEY BEING IN
SE/4
MAP #1 4D

0078-000OR
113 R-0i86900 HX $28.84
'MC LEMORE STEVE N.
5 20 T- R 9 1.37 ACRES IN
SE/4 OF SW/4-OF NW/4. BEING
220 FT E 8: W BY 271 FT, N & S
'REC'D ORB 1'+7/845- OC FR
(FOR FURTHER,LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00758-OiOR
114 R-0187000 S107.70
MCLEMORE LONNIE H. & PAMELA S.
S 10 T 5 R 9 .63 ACRES 125 BY
::0 FT FR TINDELL
ORB 179/,2;4E FR BURNS
MAP# 114DE

00760-OOOR.
115 R-0i87200 HX S266.05
COOK ERWIN OTTO 8: SHIRLEY A.
S 20 T 5E'R 9 1.i6 ACRES
188 FT PARCEL ON E. SIDE CO.
RDE 381 REC'D IN ORB. 138/163
FR CITIZENS FEDERAL S 8: L
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00764-OOOR
116 R-0187600 HX S470.40
GATES MARCHELLE
5 20 T 5 R 9*7 ACRES.REC'D
ORB 178/578 FR BAGBY
MAP# iI48

00771-0COR
1i7 R-015 .'0 HA Ss518.e3
BOYER GEORGE E ET AL,
5 28 T 5'R 9 73.12 AC M/L
LOTS 4 8 5) LESS'38.5z2 AC TO
.,WHITFIELD IN ORB 142/450-E'2 FR
BMRTEE ET "-L ORB 146/919-24 .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0771-00OR
118 R-0189700 1188.97
PAYNE JR-ME5 EWiMRRD
. 5 1B T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 15 OF BRY'NT'5
LwNDING (UNREC) SUB. ORB Te7E/.
869 FR SMITH
MAP# 1328

00771-08ER
119 R-0189800 $197.81
PAYNE JAMES EDWARD
S 298 T s R 9
BEING LOT 16 OF BRYANT'S
LiNDING (UNREC) SUB. ORB 175/
869 FR SMITH
MAP# 1328.

0077i-170R
120. R-0191500O $-261.30
TERRY ALFRED L & MYRLAS
S 28 T S R 9
BEING LOT 33 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING ORB 158/824 FR
FAIRCLOTH
MAP#. 132B
00771-180R.
121 R-0191700 S135.78
HARRISON FRANCIS E
5 28 T S R 9
BEING LOT. 35 OF BRYANT'5S
LANDING (UNREC), SUB.
ORB 163/98i FR FAIRCLOTH
MAP# 132B

00788-0OOR
iZ-" R-019s300 $101.23
BUZZER EME'VID :4 PENELOPE A
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 -.PB 2
PG 38 LOT 16,ORB 177/64 FR
MORRIS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00819-000R
123 R-0198300 sB490.34
HUBBARD JEANNE A 8: LINDA L AK
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 P& 2
PG 38 LOT 13 8: 1I ORB 142/374
FR MC KINNEY ,8: ORB 142/747 FR
(FOR.FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX. ROLL)


00824-000R
124 R-0198700 $591.86
HAND CLARENCE E. ET UX
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
PG 38 LOT 22 ORB 86/430
MAP, #.12C
BLK 4


00869-OOOR
125 R-0203300 $160.36
WARD LOIS I
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN
LAKES SUBD UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 42
LOT 6 (LESS S 15 FT)
ORB 172/218 FR WARDE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00876-000R
126 R-0204000 HX $308.72
DEAN L DAVID
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN
LAKES SUBD UNIT i PB 2 PG 38
LOTS 2 8:. 3 LESS 5 25 FT OF
LOT 3 REC'D ORB 146/777 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00897-010R
127 R-0206200 HX $59'
FORTNER CHARLES S.
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN
LAKES SUBD UNIT i PB 2 PG 42
LOT 18 ORB 74/1183
MAP 8940


4,8E5


BLK 13

00951-000R
128 R-0214i100 $57.82
' DANIELS JOHN 8: 'NELLIE
S 29 T 5 R 9 2 AC BEG 144 YEDS
N OF SWC OF SW/4.OF NE/4 RUN
N 144 YDS E '72 YDS S 144 YDS
TO POB ORB 1'70/189 FR DANIELS
MAP# 115A


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Page 2 THE STAR. Port St. Joe. PL 82457 May 9, 16,, and 23. 1996


00953-011R
129 R-0214400
DAVIS GEORGE D. &. CLAREN
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NI
TRACT 50 4.26 ACRES ORB
78/732 & ORB 1676 FR GULF
FARMS INC.
MAP #11sB

00953-037R
130 R-0216300
HOGUE CLARENCE 8: VIRGINIA
GULF COUNTYY FARMS UNIT N(
TRACT 76 2 ACRES ORB 177/
FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP# i11B


00953-04-9R
131 R-0216800
MYERS ERNEST C. & VALERIE
GULF CO. FARMS UNIT. NO. 3
1.25 AC M/L SW/4 OF FARM
ORB 124/969 FR GULF CO. F
INC.
MAP# 1i58


00953-057R
132 R-0217500
DEGRAFF LEWIS E &
GULF COUNTY FARMS
FARM #86 E AC M/L
FR GULF CO. FARMS
MAP #11SB


UNIT NC
ORB 139
INC.


009E3-061R
133 R-0217900
'BELL TROY SR
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO
N/2 OF TRACT 90 2.59 AC NM
ORB 141/424 FR GULF CO. F
MAP #11tB


00953-064R
134 R-0218200
DARMARAJAM MUTTAIYA
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT N(
TRACT 93 8.33 ACRES ORB
653 FR GULF CO. FARMS, It
MAP ,S 11Bs


00953-06R
135 R-0218300
GLENN FRANK W 8 NATHANIEL
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NC
TRACT 94 E AC ORB 177/676
FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP# 11 B


00953-069R
136 R-0218700
PITTS TIMOTHY W, &
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO
A 2' AC PORTION OF TRACT S
ORB 178/773 FR PITTS
NAP#' 1188


009E'-04 1R
137 R-02:L9EO0
BiTESON JEPRI MYREE
GULF COUNT'.' FMRMS UNIT NO
TRR':T 117 4 A : M/L ORB 87
AA FR GULF CO FARMS:
MAP#' 11iB

00954-044R
138 R-0219600
BATES:Jr BILL'.' L
GULF :OuNtJY FMRMS ,UNIT 'N
TRACT 118 4.AC M/L
ORB 155/993 FR GULF CO. F
MARP# 11EB

0'B4.c4 L 'OR
I39 PR-OL198o HX
JONES JOHNNY L : ZENVALEE
S 30. T P 9 4.13 AC M/L
S100 OPB 141,'441-47 FR
COUNT',' FWPMS INC.
M hP Ll-B


140 R-.ZOO00-0 '
BURROS JOHNNIE T ET AL
GULF F:OiinT',' FARMS UNIT NC
(UNREC.) FRRM #133 & 1
6,L,-8 ,: ML ORB 167/925
GULF CO. FAPMS INC.
MAP i 11D

" O..9E4-198P
:141 R-0:12:00
-.-RSH- PR4LFH T JR. & BARBA
CULF COUNT.' F.lRMS UNIT NO
FRnFI NO. 148 8:.149 ORC 17
FP. GULF .0, FARMS INC. ..
MAP# 11. :

0109F4-1F4P'
14 -. R l-( ."1700 r
MOON DEBOF7H
GULF i:OUNTY F1RMS UNIT NC
FARM NOG. 14 2.697 AC. ,1
ORB. 135/487 FR GULF CO. F
MAP# 11 ,

00961-03R .
ILt3 R-O;.3100 .
BIRGE LOIS W ,
S 32 T R 9.
112,5 X 196 FT PARCEL NO.
ORB 164/366 FR VOYLES'
MAP# 11i

00962-OOOR
144 R-0223300
PIPPIN GALENA F
5 32 .T 5'R 9 5.i18-AC M/L
BEING .PARCEL II -;
ORB 177/782 FR PIPPIN
MAP# 11iiD

00964-100R
14S R-0224500
HORNE DOROTHY
5 32 T 5 R 9 1.21 AC M/
452 X,i7 FT PARCEL BEING
PARCEL II ORB 137/788 BC
PIPPIN
MAP# 1iiED

00979-18SR
146 R-0227500
BYRD:HERBERT H .
S 33 T E R 9 .2095 AC M/
BEING LOT 3, PIPPIN PLAT,
UNRC, ORB 170/984 FR PI
MAP# 132C
('.0979-LZ.OP
17 P-0719R00
PIPPIN JAMES W
5 33 T 5 R 9
3EIr.NG LOT 20, PIPPIN PLAT
UJBREC-.
MAP# 132C

01003-D0OOR
148 R-0233000
LESPERANCE MIGUEL
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB
PG 25 LOT 8 ORB 178/70 FR
FRANZ
MAP# 132D.

01008-DOOR
149 R-0233600
JOHNSON W.J. 8: JUDY
DOUGLAS I.HNDING UNIT 1 PB
PG 25 '-LT B ORB 137/1090
DODP
MAP #132D


01022-00OR
150 R-023E600
WEST RAY B. .
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT
'PG 25 LOTS 1 ,2.8: 3
MAP #132D


1. PB


01027-000R
151 R--0236100
MATHIS BOBBY W. 8: SHIRLEY
DOUGLASLANDING'UNIT 1 PB
PG 25 LOT 3 ORB 136/148-4
FR OWENS
MAP# 132D


01032-005R
152 .R-0236700 279.78
S194.69 LANGFORD MAUDIE
ZE DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT i PB 2
0 2 PG' 25 THE NORTH 1/2 OF LOT 10
AND ALL OF LOT 11 ORB 172/948
F CO, FR BROCK
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01040-O01R
153 R-0237500 S81.78
S82.90 VANN EUGENE ET AL
A G S 34 T 5 R 9 2.58 AC M/L
0. 2 W/2 OF SW/4 LYING N. OF.
/675 DOUGLAS LANDING RD
ORB 179/539 FR SJL&:D'
MAP# 132D

0104--04SR
154 R-0239000 S 35.64
S440.30 GATES JONATHAN CURTIS & PAUL P
S' 35 T 5 R 9
i 40 FT ON CHIPOLA RIVER; 548 FT
#84 AYV DEPTH ORB 139/242-493 FR
'ARMS GATES
MAP# 14i3

01046-002R
I5 R-0240200 $22.93
189.23 STOKES PATRICIA ANNE.
$189.23 S S),6f23 & 34' T 5 R 9
1.188 'INT OGM IN UNSURVEYED
D. 3 PARTS ORB 30/261
1 .HMAP# 143D

OiO'12-00R
156 R-0243700 .58s.29
FLEMING MAX & LOUISE
S 2 T 6 R 9 2.485, AC 1/L.
S103.80 PORTION OF SW/4 OF SE/4 LYING
S OF C-381 & WEST OF WHITE-
M CITY. RD,. ORB 181/247 FR VANN
/L MAP# 144
'ARMS
01056-005R
157 R-0244100 '113.72
BODE LOUIS 5 I CATHERINE R
S 3 T 6 R 9. 22.34 AC M/L
S200.92 BEING LOT i* UNREC SUBD..'
ORB 149/75 FR NORTON 8:PATE
., 3 MAP# 133

NC. "01077-00OR
S R-0247800 '171.17
MURFF J.T. & J.T. JR.
S 13 T 6 R 9 1 AC
210 X 210 FT ORB 111/103E
$189.23 PR GRAY
L MAP# I ,

S3 01082oi -OOOR .'
S159. .R-0248100 .528.22
ROBINSON MARY ESTATE
5 14 T 6 R 9 1 AC i AC SQUARE
IN 5WC.OF W/2 OF NW/4
S MAP #145
5777.62 "
i0187-007R
, 3 160 R-0260400 2. 22.5
'5 SELL DONALD E.
5 25 T 3 R 10 REC'D ORB
69/1049 FR SEXTON BEING
PARCEL NO 15
MMAP #91A,

S2'O.B 0.1491-030R ', '
161 R-022800 4 3.73
. 4 CLARK GEORGE THOMAS ;
7/241 5 25, T3 R .10 25 FT STRIP ADJ
TO LOT 61 BLK '3 IDLEWOOD SUBD
ORB 98/791 FR CLARKE ET AL-

01192-o 0R '
2io.51 162 R-0262900 S115.07
LINTON WILLIAM JR. 8 TERRY
N. 4 5s 25 T 3 R 10
ORB 181/790 FR LINTON ESTATE
RRMS t MAP l91A
01193-D000R
163 R-0263000 S4E.95
LINTON WILLIAM JR. 8 TERRY
.1Q5.47. S 25 T 3 R 10 I AC
N ORB 181/790 FR LINTON ESTATE
FARM MAP 091A
GULF
01208-600R
164 R-0264600 121.62
) CASEY ROSS '
BURGESS CREEK 5UBD UNIT NR i
S243.18 PB 2 PG 49 LOTS 2 8 4" ORB
:120/596 FR REDD
3. E MAP# 114B
.34' ... BLK
FR
01214-OOR
165 R-0265100 8437.96-
LINTON BENNY FRANK & LINDA S.
BURGESS CREEK SUBD UNIT NO 1i
S126.8E PB 2 PG 49 LOTS 9# 10 11i &
IRA G 12 ORB 128/1101-02 FR BUSH
I. 5 MAP 114B
'3/823. ; LK
01238-0OR
166 & R-0267000 HX 492.20
GATES MARCHELLE
S107A60 MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB'1 PG. 43
LOTS 1 8: 2 ORB 139/244 4t OC
FR GATES
I/. M.P#M 91 BLK 9
ARMS
RS 01242-000R .
147 R-0267700 677.90
LINtON WILLIAM JR. f8 TERRY
5.i8a MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43.
LOTS 1 i, & 3 ORB 181/790 FR
LINTON ESTATE
3 M' I MAP# 'LK 2
,:'3 ,-:* .M t 9 t ? ,. y '' ,.

01243-000R
168 R-0267800 'HX S ,410.21
DUNAHOO JOHN R.
S195,59 .MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
LOTS 5 & 6 ORB 82/313 8:
LESS ORB 94/269 DISHAROON ORB
94/735 TO SANSOM ORB 96/329
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

i026i-R000
169 R-027b500 $ 190.73
1S7.82 LINTON WILLIAM JR. &.TERRY
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. i PB 2
L PG 15 LOT 5 ORB I81/7'2 'FR
' LINtON ESTATE
:FR MAP 9#'1 .
..' : BLK '2
01264-OOOR
170 R-0270700 7.82
LINTON WILLIAM JR. .8: TERRY
t43.89 IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. i PB 2
PG 15 N/2 OF LOT i ORB 181/790
L' FR' LINTON ESTATE:
MAP #91A ,
PPIN BLK3
01267-00dR
171 R-0271000 .2 24.4 0
129.72 CLARP. GEORGE T .
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. 1 PB .2
PG. 15 LOTS 5.
MAP #91A
028-OR BL 3
S026,-000R
1.72 :. R-0171.00 492.01
SOWELL JERRY D. 8- BARBARA.
1I19.83 IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. ,i PB 2
PG I8 LOT 1 ORB 111/82 FR
2 SPfANN
MAP U91A
BLK',4
01i270-00R
BLK 2 173 R-0271400 :' ',84.40
LINTON WILLIAM ;JR. f TERRY
$201.36 IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. i PB 2 .
PG 15 TRACT A ORB' 181/790 FR


2 LINTON ESTATE
FR MAP #91A .
S' NIT 1

BLK 3 01278-000RR .,
174 R-0272000 5 9.49
HOWELL RMLPH JERRY & JUDY
$341.67 IDLEWOOD PARK SUBD. UNIT # i
W'42.4 FT OF LOT 6
2 21.21 FT XH 10 FT STRIP OF
LOT 6 ORB 117/895 FR FLEMING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
BLK 7
01368-DOOR.
175 R-028i500 S48.02
1196.95 TAUNTON DAVID L. & WILLIAM,
L. S 35 8:.36 T 3 R 10 191.'91AC
2, M/L PARCEL REC'D ORB 136/518
9 AA FR PRIDGEON ORB 136/522 BC
FR PRIDGEON LESS i AC ORB 169/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


Oi3&9-003PR
176 R-0282300 $31.22
TYRE AAROM W. 8: CAROL L.
S 36 T 3 R 10 .4 AC M/L
ALL OF THE SW/4 OF SEC 36
LYING W OF SR 71 ORB 178/336
FR OWENS
MAP# 91D

01369-06OR
177 R-0R:O92500 HX $302.05
TYRE AARON 8: CAROL
5 36 T 3 R 10 10 AC M/L
420 X 1043 FT AV DEPTH ORB
167/540 FR COOPER
MAP# 910D

0i369-i10R
178 R-0282600 S31.22
SETTERICH WILLIAM
5 36 T 3 R 10 .58 AC M/L ALL
OF'W/2 OF SW/4, LYING N OF
JOHN DILL RD ORB 127/198 FR
BUTLER
MAP# '91D
01373-00'R
179 R-0283'+00. $252.84
HANLON DANIEL GENE
5 36 T 3 R 10 6.837 AC-.8: -10
.FT ON DEAD LAKES ORB- 8E/657
MAP #91D '


190 P- 0.. 3 8...' S'S9.
THOIilr- [- I rl;-.rE E., ET UX .
S 36 T R 10 1 AC M/L REC'D
ORB 76,'.97 FR I !ih4Pf
MH-P g9,-

Oi373-020R. ,,
181 R-02b4000 S99,i3
LEE BILLY G, .ET AL
S 36 T 3 R 10 2 AC:: IN ORIG
LOT 7 ORB 81/400 (PARCEL I)
MAP #91D

0i373-021R
182 R--0284100. SEL4.E54
LEE BILLY G. ET AL
:5 36 T 3 R 10 1 AC 25E.50 FT
BY 170.49 FT REC'D ORB 81/400
(PARCEL II)



183 R-028O.200 i721.05
TYRE CAROL.
S 34 T 3.R:10 i, AC
ORB 148/49 QC FR PEAR' TYRE
MAP #91D

01409-OOOR
184' R--0287800 286.43
CROMIER JOHNN h' ET AL
RIVERSIDE E5TMTES ADON TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24-UNIT NO : LOT
P UNREC. AGREEMENT FR MALOY
MlP #128B "
BLK 4

01i17-OOOR
185 R-0288600 : 66.68
STEWART JACK 0
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO i LOT
11 ORB 160/700 FR GASKIN-
MAP 1288B
BLK

0i490-000R
186 R-0298700 11-8.71
ROGERS ELMER EUGENE
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 W'LY 100 FT OF LOT 12
ORB i31i/1 FR ROGERS
MAP# 910 '
BLK 2

01503-0OOR
187 R-0300300 $438.84
HAYS DARREL K. &. VALERIE J,
S i T 4 R 10 11,5 AC BEG AT
NEC, RUN W 275 YDI TH S 220
YD; TH E 275 YDSi TH N 220
YDS TO THE POB & LESS 1 AC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).

Oi. t-O5SR
e18 R-0?3.)i>.O '..'j 7 -'Ii ,j* .7t
MAPES ANN LOUISE :,-
S 2 T 4 R 10 3.64 AC MIL
240 X 660 FT PARCEL REC'D ORB
170/803 FR WILLIAMS
MAP# 92

0117-006R
189 R-0303.00 HX 38.80
NUNERY C 5EY B LA WANDA
S 3:T 4 R 10 .9 AC M/L
243 FT ON STONE CREEK ROAD
ORB 133/110 FR TAUNTON
MAP# 74

01517-030RJ.
190 R-03(0100 '' 36.89
BRUNT i SUS5iN -
S 3 T 4. R 10 7.E ,: MIL,BEING
TRACT 10'STONE CREE). IR.ES
UNRECORDEDD) ORB b6./1 FR
MERP.ITT LESS -Z.5 ACIORB.-.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX. ROLL)

01F.17-1 iER
191 R-0"36900 $i 0.35E
PALMER I~YLON 8 KATHY
S 3 T 4 R 10 1.8 AC M/L BEING
PLOT #3 STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) UNREC. AA FR
BROGDON ,
MAP #74 ,

01517-160R.
192 R-0307300 HX 97.55
HAMM MARTY D,
5. 3 T 4 R 10 1. AC M/L BE ING
LOT & OF STONE CREEK ACRES
ORB 181/269 FR BROGDON
MAP# 74
01i17-nR '
193 .R-0307900 HX'X" 9230.0i
.PAUL WILLIAM J. 8: HEIDRUN
S 8: 3 T 4:'R io0 18,67 AC M/L
12.43 AC PARCEL 8: 5.04 AC IN.'
PARCEL NO, 2 & 1.20 AC IN"
PRACEL NO. 3 ORB 149/918-920.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX 'ROLL)

Oi517-2.5R
194 R-0308000 86 S63. 49
DANIELS ANN
5 3.T' 4 R 10 9.57 AC"M/L
PARCEL REC''D IN ORB i 33/" '.4t -c
FR TAUNTON
MAP# 74

0119-0-0R "
193 R-0309700o 100.63
GORTMAN JENCIE E :
5 3 T 4 R 10
PARCEL REC'D ORB. i1/6060 FR' '
TLC.
,MAP# 7H : ', .

01819-165R
1' i~6. R-0311100'. m119.83
TAUNTON. DAVID L, & ABIGAIL :
STONE MHT.I .:REEK *ESTATES
(UNPE.-OEDEOi'I LOT 14 ORB 137/
832 FR TAUNTON E'T AL
MAP# 7'+
BLK A
01.19-20R


197, R-0312E00 HX $237.21
HELMS RICHARD K:. 8: JEANNIE L,
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED). LOT 3 8: 4 ORB 137
/9E7-61 8: ORB 137/962--66 FR
.TAUNTON ET AL 8 ORB 181/6H0, FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01i19-265R
198 R-0312700 HXl $32.33
WHITFIELD GARY A. 8: SHANNON D,
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 6 ORB 137/937
-41 FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP# 74
BLK C
01i19-330R
199 R-03i3E500 275,02
MILLER HENRY MACK JR
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES'
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4'
ORB 1.49/514 BC FR MILLER
MAP# 74 BLK E


01526-002R
200 R-031i100
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W 8:
S 4 T ,4 R 10 REC'D ORE
FR STEWART BEING TRACT
6 7 8: B STONE CREEK A':
(UNRECORDED) ORB 156/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

Oi526-004R
201 R-0315300
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W 8:
S 4 T 4 R 10 1.50 AC 1
STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) ORB.155/8
FIRST NATIONAL BANK NC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

01 28-00ER
202 R-0316200
FREEMAN LEONARD SR
5 4 ,T 4 R 10 2.68 AC M
210 X 420 FT PARCEL OR
525 FR MYERS 8:.66 AC
ORB 149/524 FR NEAL
MAP# 74

01530-020R
203 R-0316500
STOKES AUDRA & MIKEL H
S .4 T 4 R'iO 1,.62 AC
BING LOTS 3, 4 ON GRIF
U!JIRE: fn FR TLC
MiPt 4 ..7't

01T: I p.'-P
204 R-0318200
FOSTER STEPHEN H.; ,HOW
S 9 T 4 R .10 34 AC M/L
OF NW/4 LESS 5 AC IN N
NE/4 OF NW/4 ORB 136/1
BARLOW
MAP# 74

0138-10OR
205 R-0318300 HX
FOSTER STEPHEN H.
5 9 T 4 R 10 .91 A:C
PARC:EL PEC'DE IN ORB 15
FR FOSTER ET AL '8: LESS
HOLS'MEN
MAP#74
01o38-200R
206 R-0318400
'BURKETT J.L..' 8:' BRENDA
S 9 T,.R4-R-b38 AC M/L
OF NE/4 LESS' 33 FT EAS
ON E SIDE 8:'SIDE'BEING
ACRES ORB:'1'/703 FR L
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

Oi4-0E-OOR
.207 R-0320800'
%'TLC :
'S-10 T 4; R t .
UNREC. PARCEL ON DIANN
ORB 162/33E BC FR ARMS
MAP# 74

014i5-095R
208 R-032i800
.HALL TERRY 8 SHARON B
S 10 T 4 R 10 AC' M
UNREC. PARCEL FR TLC
MAP# 74

0154--130
209, R-032300
BRADLEY CHARLES E & CL
S 10 T R 10 7.16 A
PARCEL REC'D ORB 174/1
TLC
M-P7 74,

O tL'E-'-10P
-10 .R-03;.- '00
,:rUSEY LnHMR
S 10 T 4- R 10 1 AC M!
PARCEL REC'D ORB 180/7
TLC
M-4PU 74 .

01550-00OR
211 R-0323400. HX
SIDES JOHN A & LINDA C
S S 1 T 4' R 10 1ie A, fI
LYING IN SW/4 OF SEi4
HWY 7i ORB 159/20 FR HI
8 ORB i6iJS2Y '8 C
' IFOR-FURTHER' ,EGALASE-

01E7E-13ER "
212 F,-03 7000 HX
BPOl.N 'ADRIAN SCOTT
5 14 T 4 R 10 DEND Liu
SUBD UNRECORDED LOTS 7
8: u1 ORBn 13/414 FR i:C
8 LOT 11 ORB E13/,419 F
(FOR. FURTHER LEGAL SEE

O0 '4-4. R ".. .
213 R-0328300
M.: C'llIEL ROGER G
5 L4 T 4 R 10 LOT E
DEAD LAKES ESTATES SUB
OPB 100'999. FR LISTER
MkP# 93B

01575E-30R'
214 R-0328400
DEROSA FRANK W
S.14 T,4-'-.R 10,.
DEAD LAKES ESTATES .SUB
UNRECORDED, LOT 6 8:.:7 O
iS-/839-8,4i; FR WEWA ST
MAP# 93B

0oiOi-OOOR
21- R-0335800
FOWLER JOHN M. '& CAROL
MEEKSiLAKE 'SUBD PB P
:LOT 2 ORB 114/606-7 FR
MCLANEY', '
MAP #93B


01626-000R
216 R-0338500 '
GASKIN PHILLIP RUDY
5 13 T 4 R' iD 4 AC M/L
REC'D ORB 129/373 FR G
ON WEST ARM OF DEAD LA
MAP #93A'
01630-000R
217 R-0338900
BRYANT JOHNNY L,
S"13 T 4 R 10 .41' AC M
FT DEAD LAKES .FRONTAGE
FT A/ DEPTH ORB .:12/71
LISA RP.-.'nlIT
MAP# 931i

01630-0iOR
'218. R-0339000
.BRYANT JOHNNY L.
5 13 T ;: R.10 .'+2.. AC
70 FT DEAD LAIKES FRONT
.65 FT H'.' [.EPTII ORB
:C FR LISH BR'i'MIr
MAP# 93A

01637-002R
219 R-0339700
TERRY ELOUISE
S 13 T 4 R 10 REC'D OR
70/24 :BEING 80 X 100
MAP #93A



01i68-00OR
*220 R-034'3E508
HARTLEY JAMES S.
S 13 T .I R 10
400 )( 100 FT P'ARCEL ONb


HATCHEY RD. ORB 1.f6/'4'
BROGDOfN
MAP# 93A

01679-OOOR
221 R--0345300
EASY LONNIE V 8: SUSAN
5 2+ T 4 R iO 175 FT 01
71; 200 FT DEPTH RECID:
33/207 8: ORB 94/822 CE)
TITLE FR SHERESH 8: 7 X
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

01i9-OOOR
222 R-034'7300
BUSH JOHN A.
5 4' T 4 R 10 250 FT 51
LYING DUE W ACROSS LAKE
REC'D ORB 143/253-54F FR
MAP #93B


01706-0OOR
$164.15 223 R-0349000 S187.73
JACKIE L BETTIES CHERRIES
B 83/285 S 14 T 4 R 10 REC'D ORB
TS ,1 22/4-53
:RES MAP# 93B
/988 FR
E TAX ROLL) 01729-080R
224 R-03i1800 S29.72
DAWSON EMMA J
$84.40 S iE T 4 R 10 100 X 75 FT LOT
JACKIE L IN NW/4 OF SE/' OF SE/4 ORB
TRACT 49 177/883 BC FR SIMS
MAP # 7
B44 FR
)RTHWEST 01735-001R
E TAX ROLL) 225 R-'03S2600 $24.68
SIMS DANIEL
S 1S T 4 R 10 .12 AC A LOT 50
S132.24 BY 100 FT REC'D ORB 94/690
GCD FROM DAWSON
I/L MAP #75
IB 149/
M/L 01761-00OR
226 R-0355E00 HA S5601.79
MONTFORD THOMAS E' 8: FRANCES
S 22 T 4 R 10 3.8 M/L
ALL OF E/2 OF W/2 OF NE/4
$131.64 LYING N OF SR 22 ORB 1~5/1i2-
IOOVER 183 FR HANSON
M/L MAP# 78
FIN RD
01768-050R
227 R-0356800 HX 8250.9
JONES PATRICIA
S 23 T 4 R 10 .5 AC M/L
S394.E3 BEING LOT 10 OF AN UNRECORDED
IARD E. SURVEY FOR LISTER ORB 130/.
NE/4 600 FR LISTER
IWC OF MAP# 93C
16 FR
01773-00OR
228 R-0357400 $20.87
JONES VICENT 8: CAROLYN R.
S 23 T 4, R 10 .172 AC M/L
S31.22 'BEING A LOT 75 X 100 FT ORB
136/83 FR JOHNNY L. JONES
I/L MAP# 93C
:3/8'-9 CD
STO 01780-OOOR
229 ? R-03E8100 HX- $654.62
DAVIS OTIS) JR. 8: DEBORAH R
S 22 T 4 R 10 8 2/3 AC REC'D
'-437.78 ORB 96/611 PARCEL #3 FROM
J. KEMP
L NE/!4 MAP #78
N ME/4
CEMENT
z* .N Oi780-002R
LESTER 230 R-03E8300. $148.86
ETAX ROLL) DAVIS OTIS JR. ET UX
5 22' 8: 23. T 4 R 10 60 AC
REC'D ORB 72/694 PARCELS 1 8:
S329.96 2, 8: ORB 75/590
MAP #7 8 93C .
01785-6OOR
A; ST. 231 R-0358800 S136.06
STRONG MC NEALEY FLORENCE
5 23 T 4 R 10 LOT OF LAND S
OF LOFTIN LOT 75 FT. BY 102
FT. ORB 82/37
S265.66 MAP #93:C

/L' 0178E--010R -
:3." R-0359100 '. S11.53
JONES ROBERT L.
S 23 T 4 R 10 75 X 237.5 FT
OF LOT FR MCNEALY ORB 60.'776
SE513.14 MAP# 93C
-ARA JANE
4C M/L 01785~T30R '
.184 FR: 233 R-0359300 ,' Et^.69
MC NEARLY FLORENCE
5 23 T 4 R 10 1.33 AC 85 YD.
X 8S YD. LOT FROM HONTEiEV'IN
ORB 49/140 LESS 50' X 100'
574.03 LOT TO JONES IN ORB 81/E'.4
MAP# 931:
f70 FR .01791-OiOR .
,234 R-03r9900 HX &-659.65
SUBER DONALD J. JR 8:.ANGIE D
5 23 T R !10 LOT 8: W
209.93E X 330 FT OF LOT 4 OF
04.38 GRIFFIN FARM. UNRECORDED PLAT
ORB 155/639-640 FR SUBER
/L MAP# 93C'
/LOF
SOF 0i797-ODOR
(ARRISON 01797-0 .
FR .., 23E, R-0361 OO 4"3.64
TAX ROLL') TURNER DIANE
S 23 T 4 R 10 2/5 ACRE 7S FT-
BS.Y 165 FT ON OLDER PH'IloUi- F.[E.
S198.79 FR EDDIE POUSC RE':'L OPB
168/431 FF lS5H
ES WEST MAP #93':
', B3 9
iTTON 01816-OOOR
R 236 R-0363600 S3 27.43
STAX ROLL) JH':t.50N JOHNNY LEE ET AL
SET T tR 10
ORB 123/728 FR FISHER 8: LESS
S749.03 .iS AC M/L ORB .-42/78 TO
JOSEPH.'LEE JACKSON ORB 179/
S(FOR' FURTHER LEGAL SEE TIHX ROLL)

S0820-OOR
237 R-0364E00 HX S656.37
RANSBURGH GREER C' 8 RUSSELL- H
S 23 T'4 R 10 13. AC M/L
.137.56 THAT PART OF. 'SE,4 OF. NW/4'
$1376- LYING N SR 22 ORB 'i4+2/8O
FR MC EACH'IN
MAP# 93C
RB o01824-000R
'rATE BANK 824-OOOR
ATE BANK 238 R-036480 0 S294.95
MC KELVIN GEORGE .II 8: 1IHE!L .
SS 23 T 4 R 10 5 AC ORB 60/132
8259.23 FR KIRKLAND
J. MAP #93C:
IG it
S1 01826-015R
239 R-0365200 HX S167.09
WRIGHT GEORGIA
SBLK3 S.23 T 4 R 10 .
LOT 3, UNREC .WILLIE BASS .
SURVEY ORB 130/659-FR BASS
$ 241.14 MAP# 93C ,

PARCEL 01864-0OOR
'ASKIN 2"40 R-0369700 S28. 22
LIKESS VANN TAMMY & GEORGIA ANN
S 23 T 4 R 10 1 ACRE
ORB 164/li FR CARR.
MAP# 93C
.157.E :
01865-000R
4I. 70 2. 41 R'0369900 S305:.49
2 3.7 WOODARD TREASA
6 8C FR *S .23 T 4 R 10 i.1 AC
ORB 150/974-975 FR PARKER f
ORB 179/82'+9 C FR VANN
MAP# 93C'

S157.85 01883-00R.' .
*.. 242 R-0371j50 s196.80.
NM/L GREENE JACOUELINE P
260 S 2 T F R 10 176 FT.
124/716 FRONTAGE ON SR 22 (SECOND
PARCEL). ORB 155/158-1.E9 FR
l PRIDGEON
MAP# 93D

S'+17.76 01883-001R
243 R-0371600 S'46.37
B GREENE JACOUELINE P..
FT LOT S 24 T 4F R '10 ACRE M/L LOT
IN NW1/4 ORB 82/669 (THIRD '
PARCEL)
MAP# 93D

0i884-01iR


848.95 244 R-0372100 82 765'.38
TAUNTON DAVID L. 8: ABIGAIL J,
5 24 T '+ R 10 5.536 AC M/L
FISH' BEING -593.71 FT ON E R/W SR 71
73 FR ORB 87/87E FR' SPENCERi
RICHARDSON, BOLGIANO; ORB 137/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX.ROLL)

01888-050R
$609.26 245 R-0372700 S241. 14
P DANIEL CARL DEAN
h' SR S 24 T 4 R 10 .47 AC M/L
DBK 59 FT PARCEL ON SR 71i ORB 176/
RT. OF 658 AGREEMENT FR WHITEHURST
100 FT MAP# 93D
TAX ROLL)
01897-000R
246 R-0374100 8246 .1'+
$160.63 SMITH FELTON B,
S 24.,T.4 R 10 18 FT ACROSS
TRIP THE 5 SIDE OF LOT 3 OF THE
E ST HIGGINS 8: HOLLINGER PLAT IN
R ARCHER PB 1 PG 25 REC'D DBK 2.1/43
MAP# 93D


01913-00OR
2'+7 R-0375700 HX $247.69
SIRMONS RONALD W 8: GLENDA S,
5 24 T 4 R 10 .519 AC M /L
BEG AT SWC.OF SWi/4 OF SWI/4
TH RUN N 96 FT, E 267 FT. S
96 FT TH W 267 FT TO BEG
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
i0913-50OR
248 R-037E800 S242.61
SIRMONS GLENDA S5
S 24 T 4 R 10 .069 AC M/L
36.19 FT ON SR 71; 83 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 125/802-804 FR
SIRMONS BEING RED-EYE VIDEO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01954-00OR
249 R-0380300 HX 5167.35
ALDERMAN KENNETH R 8: JOANIE M
S 24 T 4 R 10 REC'D ORB
47/454
MAP# 93D

01956-0OOR
250 R-0380OO0 940.01
GULF PINES HOSPITAL
S 24 T 4 R 10
BEING A LOT 29 1/2 FT BY 209
FT ORB 170/399 FR LANIER
MAP# 93D'

01961-001R
251 R-0380800 .- 971.12
GULF PINES HOSPITAL INC.
5 24 T 4 R 10 .49 AC M/L
131.88 FT ON SR 71 ORB 170/
394 FR MAYHANN
MAP# 93D

01994-000R
252 R-0384800 8+'71.77
CANNING DR. H. B. EST,
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
1-PG 14 BEGIN AT SWC OF LOT
32'RUN N 30 FT'E 80 FT 5 30
FT W 80 FT TO BEG
MAP #94A

02018-000R
253 R-0387300 $1 524.71
ST. CLAIR JOSEPH J.
HACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
I'PG 14 LOTS 80) 81i 8l2 9E8
96, 97
MAP# 94A

02018-001R
2E4 R-0387400H 8548.82
ST. 'CLAIR JOSEPH J.
MACK'S ADDITION TO WEWA'LOTS
83) 84, 8 8& 92, 93, 94
MAP #94A

02018-050R
2E5 R-03875-00. 378.78
ST. CLAIR JOSEPH J.
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOTS 77) 78a 79, 98, 99,,100

02023-DOOR
256 R-0388000 HX 406.98
PATE SHERAL B. &
'MACKS ADDN TO:WEWAHITCHKA PB
i PG 14 LOTS.146 147: 1i98
ORB 176/88 LIFE ESTATE
MAP# 94A

02023-050R
257 R-0388100 S77.66
CAMPBELL CHRISTA P.
M,,CI:'S. ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
"B 1 PG 14
LOTS 136, 137 ORB 179/399 FR
PATE
MAP# 94A

038-OO00OR
2s8 .R-038900 HX 5242164
MARSHALL DALE C 8:.TERRI.R
M"C S5 HsCDI.l TO WEWAHiTC:Hf'P PB
1 PG 14 LOTS 149, 1FO, Il,;
1i2 8: 153 ORB 147/403-0C4
FR RISH
MAP# 94A

OL068-00OR
ZT9 R-037?600 14a6.E6
SHERESH POSSIE
GOLF COIjlUTY L4NDCaCOW SUBlD PB
i PG 11 LOT O ORB 174,/E~ FR
BURNHAM EST.
I.P 93D BLK 3

02089-00OR
260 R-C39'+600 S94.28
PICKRON JirlEE H & MERTIA F
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD PB
1 PG 11.LOT 21 ORB 143/302 FR
WEWA STATE BANK
MAP# 93D
BLK 7

-0218-00OR
261 R-0401900 $ S82.2
CAMPBELL CHARLES
LAKE -ALICE' EtDN TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOT 131 14 .ORB 148/877 FR
GRAY LESS ORB 164/565 TO
SASNET
MAP# 93D

.02164-000R
262 R-0402500 i 9448.87
ARMSTRONG HAROLD &
LAKE ALICE ADDITION PB' i PG 9
LOTS' 10i 11 & -2 ORB 167/905
FR WAHLBERG & ORB 168/262. FR
ARMSTRONG
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

.02i69-OOOR
263 R-0.402900 S607.76
MC,.CLELLAN VIRGINIA
5 ,2 T 4 R 10- 1.49 AC M/L
322 X 202.6-FT PARCEL ORB 180/
9 SC FR NIXON
MAP# 9"4A

02173-026R
264 R-0406200 $242.64
SEMMES GLEN H, 8: BROOKS F,
HOMEWOOD .PB 3 PG 16
LOT 10 ORB 1349/120 FR
MCLEMORE'S TRUST
BLK B
MAP# 94B8

02178-000R
265 R-0407500 HX 8588.31
BROGDON DIANE ELAINE
5 25 T 4 R 10 .298 AC REC'D
ORB 176/142 FR BROGDON
MAP #94A

02191-001R
266 R-0409000 HX $33.19
RICE DAVID ALLEN
5 25 T 4 R 10 .3259 AC
90 X 157.75 FT PARCEL ORB 9 .
5/589 LESS ORB 115/789 TO
ATKISON & ORB 147/451 FR RICE
MAP# 94A

02223-0i0R
267 R-0412900 HX 397.02
DESTIFINO CHARLES 8: SH4RON -
CIRCLE J. ESTATES PB 3 PG 10
LOT 9 ORB 155/586 CERT, OF
TITLE FR CLERK
MAP# 99e
BLK A
02232-000R.
26f R-0'16300 9425.9i
CHASON MILAN HENRY


S 25 T 4 R 10 LOT OF LANt
BEING 144 FT BY 75 FT REC'D
ORB 113/399 FR CHASON
MAP# 94A
02246--OOOR
269 R-0417600 HX $392.09
DAVIS RIC'KY M 8: WANDA S
S 2E T 4 R 10. BEG AT NEC OF
SE1/4 OF SWI/4 RUN 5 200 FT
TH W iS0 FT'TO BLACKMAN LOT
TH N 230 FT TH E 150 FT TH S
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02249-040R
270 R-0'+18400 5241.14
HYSMITH DANNY R 8: BONNIE E
5 25 T 4 R 10 1 AC M/L 210 X
210 FT LOT ORB 167/330 FR
H'SMITH
MAP# 94A













02252-00OR
271 R-0419000 HX 5368.66
DAVIS MARTIN B
S 25 T 4 R 10 1 2/6 ACRES
REC'D ORB 38/603 & ORB 6/155
IN SEI/4 OF SWi/4 8: NEi/4 OF
SWI/4
' MAP# 9 4A

0224.-OOR
272 R-0419700 S156.83
NORTH FLORIDA MEDICAL CENTERS
S 25 T 4 R;iO
PARCEL REC'D ORB 174/361 FR
FICO FARMS INC.
MAP# 94A

02269-000R
273 R-042i300 5265.55
DI FATTA JOHN P. SR. t JEAN
COLLEGE PARK PB i PG 13 LOTS
25, 261 271 ORB 112/787 FR
NUNNERY
MAP# 94A
BLK B

02296-000R
274 R-0424000 0311.39
JOHNSON CHRISTOPHER J 8:
COLLEGE .PARK PB i PG 13 LOTS
18, 19 .ORB 174/309 FR
WILLIAMS.
MAP# 94A
BLK G

02339-010R
275 R-0427300 S57.83
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W.

UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOT 9
MAP# 94A
BLK i
02340-000R
1.76 R-0427400 'HX S97.34
WHITFIELD SAIRAH J
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOTS 10 &.

MAP,.' 94A
SB,LK

0o.-34 1-00R
S :77 R-04275F00 56.06
STAUNTON DAVID L ,8&. BIGCiL J -
PISH ADDITION TO WEWUHITCHPH
UNIT ONE PB 1 PG 16 LOT I
ORB 141/379 FR EST. OF LUCY P
RISH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03E6-0OoR
17S R-0431300 S247.,90
B'R M BARBARA !- .
CLECKLEY'S ADDN UNIT NO. i
8B "I FG 17 LOT 12
ORB 176/822 AD FR RAY
MAP# 94A
'BLK I

(- 357-OSOR
S790 R-04 31E00 574&.,:24
':'" EMP AVE WEE)S '
CLECI LEY'S ADDN UNIT NO. 1
LOT i ORB 16/LO20 FR. WEEKS :,
MmPN 94M

0: 37E-OoOR
'80 R-0433100 S375.3.
COLLINS HARK A. & NORMA J.
:LELE LE','S MDDN UNIT NO. '
PB 'L PG 37 LOT F ORB 178/60
FR STEPHENS 8 6, 7, 8 ORB 138/
3FB FR COLLINS
(FOR FURTHER I.EGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01377-002
181 R-0433O00 4 8.85
rMC GHEE DEBORMH
C LECi.LEYS MDEN UNIT NO. 2 LOT
S' E PB 2 PG 37 /
ORB 130/427 FR WOTH '
MPP# 94A
S- LK '9

O 3f8 -00 "R '
-82 R-0434E00 S259.43 -i
PHELPS MICHMEL R. ET UX
SHRDENS ADDITION TO CITY OF
iEUAHITC-HIM UNIT ONE PP P9
.L' LOT' ORB 8&696&i
ShwP 94A
BLK i

02391-001R
L83 R-0435100 S319.81
BORING MYERS D. JR.
HPERENS ADDITION TO CITY OF
WEW4HITCHI A UNIT ONE PB S PG
12 LOTS 11 8: 12 ORB 118/668.
CO FR BORING BLI 2
MHP# 94 '.

o0391-003R
S84 R-0435300 577.94
MUlINA GLEN[D F.
HARDEN'S ADDITION TO CITY OF
WEWMHITCHVA UNIT ONE PB 2 PGC:.:
:L LOT 16 ORB 108/236 FR
MRMSTRONG
(FOR FURTHER LEGJL SEE TAX ROLL)

02394-oOR
285 R-0435700 MHX S114.67
HUINA GLENDA F.
HRiRDENS ADDITION TO CITY OF
LJEWHHTTCH H UNIT ONE PB PG
"1 LOTS 17, N 1/i OF 18 ORB
67/109
tFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02409-OOOR
286 R-0437100 HX. S242.64,
PIPPIN COLE 8 DARLENE
IDA GRIFFIN SUBD PB 1 PG 42A
LOT 16 8. W 1/2 OF LOT 17 ORB
109/301--2 GRFEMENT FR GLASS
MAP# 94A
SBLk 3

0946-000R -
;87 R-0441000 52S0.67
PFGE EARNEST
S 2E T 4 R 10 .6 ACRES 105
.+ FT. E 8' W BY 140 FT N 8: S IN
r THE SW *:OPHER OF SWlI/4OF
S- INE1/94 OB 133/870-71 FR THYLOR
MIH-P1 94A

O 5-OOGCR
288 R#-0441700' 5106.31
KELSOE RENE 8 MARK S.:
SS 26 T T R 0iO LOT'68 OF
CLECt LE''S ADDITION III
(UNRECORDEDr ORB 177/267 FR
PITTS
MAP# 94B ,


024E59-000R
289 .R-0444800 5737.04
HILL FANNIE
S'26 T 4 R 1'0 ,.82 AC M/L, '
W/2 OF SE/4 OF NiW/. OF NE/4
DBK 6 PAGE 42i LESS 74/1016 TO
RILEY
MAP# 94B


02471-010R.
290 R-0499500 MX 5942.30
SETTER Tl-H' "FL AAN M.
lHTSPERINC- PINES UNIT 1 PB ,
PG 9 LOT 11 OPB 92/669 LIFE
ESTATE DEED TO LOUISE


SETTERICH
MAP-#t94C


02471-011R'
291 R--04496b0 -17 .5e8
SETTERICH'KELAN M.
WHISPERING PINES UNIT i PB 3
PG 9 LOT 10 : S/2 OF.LOT 9
ORB 127/967 FR SETTERICH
MAP# 94'C


02471-033R
292 R-0450900 HX 5i1320.93
n. IrlIGHT JAMES W 8:' DEBORAH C
WHIF.PEPI.ING PINES UNIT O0 2 PB1
3 PG 19 1.6 AC M/L LOT 31 8: S
94.79 FT OF LOT 30 ORB 161/608
FR BARLOW
MAP #94C


02474-000R
293 R-04~2500 141i.11
JONES WILLIAM 8t ANNIE WILL
WILLIAMSBURG PB i PG 3 LOTS
i1 2, 3,> 4) 5 6. 29. 30, 31,
32, 33 & 34 DBK 17/549
MAP #94B
BLK A

02480-00OR
294 R-0453100 S48.95
FLOWERS ANNIE T f8
WILLIAMSBURG PB i PG 3 LOTS'
16 t 19 ORB 149/473 FR
CHESTNUT
MAP# 94B
BLK A


02496-000R
295 R-0454800
GRAY CHARLES EDWARD
WILLIAMSBURG PB i PG 3
ORB 87/880
MAP #94B


S29.72

LOT 19


02497-000R
296 R-0454900 HX 5180.29
JONES RANDOLPH & BRENDA
WILLIAMSBURG PB i PG 3 LOTS
20,- 21 ORB 145/438 FR
MINCY
MAP# 94
BLK B

02497-001R
297 R--0455000, M 30.2 3
ADDISON .EMERISON .ft JOHNNIE :.
WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
PB 1 PG 3.
LOTS 22. & 23
ORB 140/40 FR WILLIAMS
SMAP# 94B

02506-OOR .
298 R-0456000 547.45
BRITT DAVID L .f RUTHIE MAE
WILLIAMSBURG PB i PG 3 LOTS 1
& 2 DB 34/576
MAP #94B


02508-00OR
299 R-0456200
FLOWERS ANNIE T &
WILLIAMSBURG PB i PG
S, 6 & 7 ORB 149/473
CHESTNUT
MAP# 948

02512-05EOR
300 R-0957100
,ISHER RIVERS
WILLIAMSBURG
LOTS 12 f& 13
MAP# 948


'BLK D


'230.57

3 LOTS
FR

BLK D


'547.45




BLK.E


02518-000P0
301 R-04E7600 98.14
JONES BERTHA
WILLIAMSBURG SUBD. PB 1 PG 3
LOT 20 ORB 96/553 BC FROM
WILLIE ,JONES i

02523-O00R
302 R-04E8100 S74.44
BRITT RUTH M.
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1:PG 3 LOT 6
ORB 138/732 FR ADDISON
MAP# 9B
BLK F
0 .534-000R
303 R-04F8900 S31.22
GRAY JERRY LEWIS
WILLIMSEBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOT S
ORB 174/210 FR FINLEY 8: ORB
177/911 CD FR FINLEY
MAP #94
S BLK G

02535-000R
304 8,R-0459000 65.18
GIPSON WILLIE MAE
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOTS
M4P 5 ft
MAP #94B .,


BLK G

02538-00OR .
305 R-0499200 36.13
HAND ,BRYANT 8- ANNIE GENE -
PINE.RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOT 4 ORB 69/723
MAP #998
BLK 1

0L539-000R
306 R-04E9400 ,' 93.3E
HAND BRYINT 8 ANNIE G
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOT 3 ORB 174/218 FR WILSON
MAP 9B 9
BLK .

0 '540-000R
307 R-0459E00 5. 600.31
RILEY NA4RVIE LEE
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOTS 5 8- 6 ORB 135/821 FR L-
ASSOCIATES FINANCE INC..
MAP# 94B
.BLK .

025.42- ,00
308 R-0459700 5 6.37
SFRAZIER JIMMY L fti'
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOT.2 .,DB0K 1/86 '
MAP #94B
BLK 2

02E43-OOOR
309 R-04S9800 HX 5498.73
JMCKSON JOHNNY LEE 8 MARGARET
PINE RIDGE MODITION PB 2 PG 8 .
LOTS 1 8 2 ORB 67/2'6 8. ORB
126/471, OC FR JACYSON
MHP# 94B
7-0 : .LK 3

oa i ;7-OOR -
310 R-0460200 B124.08
HILL CHnRLIE 8 ORA MAE
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PRB 2 PGp 8
LOT 6 ORB 89/266 FR HILL.
MAP #94B
:BLK 3

: 02554-00R
311 R-0460900 HX S137.44
MONEY. ROBERT E.
PINE RIDGE DODIriON PB 2 zG 8
LOT 11 ORB lI4/590 FR MINC-Y
MAP# 94B
BLK ,

'02571-010R
312. R-0462600 531.22
HAVENER HENRY J.'f& EVA E.
LESTERS SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 18 ORB
126/947 FR HOLLEY
MMP# 94E,
BLK 3,.


02S84-001R
313 R-0464300 5311.39
HALEY JAMES M 8- MAR InM F
S 36 T 4 R 10 LOT 90 X 145 FT
ORB 91/1013 FR GARDNER BEING
PcRCEL #t TN SURVEY IN ORB
148/46 FR DIOCESE OF PENSACOLA
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02584-010R
314 R-0464500 S280.92
EASTERLING SARA
5 36 T 4 R 10 76.84 FT ON
5HIPPEY RD) 174 FT AV ilEPTH
(PARCEL #3) SURVEY FOR SMITrH
ORB 181/568 FR TOM REED
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


0258'+-OSR
315 R-0464600 5209.28
EASTERLING SARA
S 36 T 4 R 10 76.84 FT ON
SHIPPED RD; 177,46 AV DEPTH
(PARCEL #W4) SURVEY FOR SMITH
ORB 181/569 FR TOM REED ENT.
MAP# 94D


02604-OOOR
316 R-0468700 548.95
C.L. SMITH MOTOR CO., INC.
5 36 T 4 R 10 i AC BEG AT SEC
OF SE/4 OF SW/4i RUN W 210
FTI N 210 FT, E 210 FTS 5 210
FT TO POB ORB 98/561 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02607-000R
317 R-0469000 s51322.50
.MIXON ALFRED E8: LAURIS
S 36 T 4 R 10
BEING PART OF LOTS 42 8: 43
BLK 2 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
(UNREC) ORB 170/363 OC FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02616-000R
318 R-0469900 S66.68
BRAMLETT CLAUDE H. 8: SHEILA D.
S 36 T 4 R 10 LOTS 321 33 8
34 IN LESTERS SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDED) ORB i134/34,0 FR
CONNELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02619-0OOIR
319 R-o0470300 %173.14
BRAMLETT CLAUDE H. & SHEILA D.
5 36 T 4 R 10 LOTS'291 30 8:
31 BLK 4 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDED) BEING 90 X 180
FT M/L REC'D ORB 13i4/340 FR.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX.ROLL)

02629-00OOOR .
320 R-0471400 5266.70
KENT WILLIAM WESLEY
S 36 T 4 R 10 1.22 AC M/L
212 FT PARCEL ON TRANSFER
LANDING RD ORB" i3/884 AA FR
SMITH
*PMP# 94D

02629-020R
31 R-047t90Q 5214.56
AKE BRIAN, ERNIE ft LINDA
S. 36 T 4 R iO 1. AC M/L
251.12 X 260.19 FT PARCEL
ORB 133/638-39 FR SMITH
MAP# 94D.

2629-06R .
322 R-0473300 HX H 155.71
WEBB CORY M'. ; LESIA K -
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD.
UNRECORDED LOT 10 .5 AC M/L
QCB 112/287 FR BROGDON
M'AP# 9D4

'0655-000R
323 R-0476800 HX 5 268.82
WINCHELI- MORRIS E; t .MYRA MEVE
5 36 T 4 R 10 3.'1 AC M/L A
LOT ON N LINE OF LESTER SUBD
LESS .4 AC IN ORB 89/912 TO
EuRNEST ORB 1i24/109 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGML SEE TAX ROLL)'

02_664-OOOR
324 R-0477900 5374.28
STRIPLII MONA L.:
S i T E R 10 1 AC M/L 10 X .
432 FT LOT LY1N ON W SIDE OF
SR 71 ORB 57/319 FR HwVES
LESS 1 4C ORB 116)886 TO ROY
(FOR(FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

i0664-050R
3.E R-0'47B000 .' 74.03
STRIPLIN ROY B. JR.
S 1 T 5 R 10 1 AC M/L 104 X
432 ON SR 71 PARCEL REC'D ORB
116/886 FR STRIPLIN
MAP# 95A

02684-003R,
326 "R-0481700 162.65
WHEATLEY V MARLENE & ROGER

LOT 3 8 4 UNREC AA FR
MC LEMORE'S TRUST
MAP #958

02684-007R
327 R-0482000 S94.86
LONG RICHARD K,
SUNNYWOOD ESTATES PB 3 PG 8
LOT 7 UNRECAA FRi.MC LEMORE'S
TRUST
MAP #9-B
0:706-OOOR
328 R-0490600 603.0e
TILLMAN STELLw (MRS.)
5 12 T 5 R 10 2.5 AC BEG 40
RD N OF SEC OF 5 12 TH RUN N
28: FT TH W 24 FT TH DOWN
OLD RR BED 286 FT TH E 184 FT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02707-100R
329 R-04911'00 38.59
I:NOWLES JAMES H, f: CONNIE
5 12 T F R 11
150 X 150 FT PARCEL ORB 121/:
S949 FR I NOWLES
MAP# 9ED

02726-000R
330 R-0493600 552, 49
LESTER JIMMIE V. & JEAN LOIS.
5 :12:T E R 10 1/2- AC
105 FT ON SR 71 BEING 1/2 AC
IN NWC OF SE/4 OF NE/4 ORB
135/F01 FR HALE
SMP #9eD
0:7.9-000i
331 R-0494400 HX '360.13
NOBLES WILLIE F. 8. DOROTHY'
S 1 T 10o 5 AC S/L OF W/2
OF E/i OF E SE/ SE/ ORB ORB
104/1003 FR GATES
.MNAP #96

0.791-000P
332 R-O057700 HX : 104i.3'4
BUR:E STEVEN V 8 PAMELA -
.:5 11 T 7 R J0 4:.'AC M/L
210 FT ON SR 71 X 1000 FT
DEPTH ORB 159/34E-346 FR
HEACOC .
MuP# 101C

0.80E-O'Ol
333 R-0510700 5S56.32
MDODOX JOHN C
S 10 T 7 R 10 .E HC 11/L
iOO X 218 FT IRIANG. LOT
ORB 149/418 FR MCrDOX
MAP# 83'

0o839-OOO
334 P-O 14000 $37,5-
BUIR.E STE\VFN V
S 11 T 7 R 10 1.5 AC M/L
211 X 100 FT PARCEL "A" 8:
200 X 211 FT PARCEL '"B"
ORB 173/590 FR BURKE.
MAP# 101 C

018946-00OP
133 PR-O-F 1100 530'.2'
STUCI: EY RUTH IILIP.IH
5 11iT 7 R 10 .172 AC M/L.
REC'D ,DBI 26/210 A 75 X 100
FT LOT
MAP #1i,.


CL-.86-0OR
336 R-E017900 : S206.s9
WISE 0. P.
BEAT SUBDIVISION PB 1 PG 23
SLOTS 13) 14i '18 19. 33 &8 34
MAP #10ir
BLK B


02866-OOOR
337 R-05180,p 5 S27.95
WISE.( P .
BEAT SUBDIVISION PB PG 23
LOTS I5 16 8: 17
MAP #101i
BLK B


02868-000R
338 R-051i200 40.009
WISE G.P. 8: LOUISE
BEAT SUBDIVISION PB 1 PG 23
LOTS 28, 29, 30, 31 8: 32 ORB
115/74 FR ::IMBRELL'
MAP# 101C
BLK B


02872-000H
339 R-O i8600
WISE 0. P.
BEAT SUBDIVISION PB
LOTS 1i 2, 3, 4t 431
46
MAP #iOiC


02S73A000R
346 R-0518700
-WISE. Q. P.
tEATY SUBDIVISION PB
LOTS 5, 6, )i 8: 42
MAP #101C


1 PC
S44







1 PC


02899-000R
341 R-0520700 HX
BYRD GERALD E. 8: SARAH J
BEAT SUBDIVISION PB i P
LOTS i12 13 14, iS, 16,
32, 33 34. ft 35 ORB 124/
FR SKIPPER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T
02963-000R
342 R-0526800
-tOUDS GLEN ET AL
WIMICO SUBDIVISION PB 1'
LOTS 7 8: 8 AND W/2 OF ALL
ADJOINING SAME ORB 118/1
FR DOUDS LESS' .1681 A,C M
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA

03019-060R
343 R-OF33500
PROVIDENT MEDICAL CENTER
5 7 T 8 RIO .636 AC M/L
FT ON OGRRISON AVE PARCEL
ORB 168/697 FR HEALTH CAR
MNGT. CORP.
'(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA

0305;4-000R
344 R-0-30100 HX
HMWKINS JOYCE
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1 PB'
3 LOTS 21 & 22 ORB 116/94
MOORE
MAP# 69B

030R3-0o 1P
345 R-OF48800
JOHI4 F i'ULLEN COHNSPUCTIO
a 5 30 T 0 R 10 .016 .nC
S169 X 231.98 FT PARCEL B.E
C-3" 8: "0" 'ORB 156/771
-T;J. CONSTRUCTION OF PSJ
'MAP# 70

03083-0EFR.
346 R-0914900
FRANKLIN WILLIMM G.. :
S 30 T 8 R 10 .5 AC M/L
BEING' LQT 2 OF PONDEROSA
UNREC. SUB. ORB 136/429
PORT CITY ASOC.
MAP# 70

03083-0'50P
347 R-05S0000 HX
LEMTEUX ENNETH L1MAOR
5 30 T B R 10 1 MC M.'L
BEING LOT 10 PONDEROSA PI
UNREC. ORB 163/774 FR PC
CIT' ASSOCIATES
MP# 70

S03097-000R
348 R-OEF500 MHX
WATERS ADA L
JONESVILLE SUBD PB 1 PG
185 FT OF LOT 11 ORB.75/1
MAP #69C

03101-005R
S39 R-0553300
BOWERS TAMMY
JONESVILLE SDUBD
10O X Z30 FT REC'D IN OF
174/676 FR MOORE' :"
MAP# 69C
* K
03101-050R
350 R-0553600
PC MULLON ARCHIE W. 8. VI:
SJONESVILLE SUBDIVISION L4
P,. 40 ORB 111/12 FR IULL
MAP# 69C

:03126-000R
351 R-OES6200
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB I PG
ALL OF BLOCK A, EXC LOTS
SORB 88/946 FR MONEY BA'
BEACH CORP 8 OFFICIlI. RE'
(FOR FURTHER LEGnL SEE TP

03130-000R
352 R-0056500
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
LOTS i1 5S 9, 16, 1BT -.0
ORB 88/946 FR MONEY BAY'O(
BEACH CORP & OFFICIAL REC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T,

03i32-000R
353 .R-OEE6700
S HESTER DIAMOND
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1: PG
LOT 4
,MAP #72C


03133-000R
S 3C4 R-OFE6800
GREENE HRNETT :C.
MONEY BMYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
LOT 6 ORB 111/424 SC FR
GREENE ,
MAP #72C


03134-000R
35S R-OCE6900
LIKELY RAY 0 8 MINNIE J
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
LOTS 7 ft 8
ORB 150/75F FR GREENE
'AP# 72C'
BLK
03141-000OR
S356 R-o0.7600
LIKELY RAY
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB. i PG
LOT 19 ORB 102/587 AGREED
FR ADAMS
SMAP# 72C


03142-00OR
3T7 R-05577CO
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB i PG
LOTS 1, 2, 3, 10, 20 8: i1
88/946 FR MONEY'BAYOU BEC
CORP ORB 94/932 FR GARBER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA

03148-000oR
3S8 R-0558300
WYNN JULIUS
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB i PG
LOTS 12 f 13
MAP #72C


THE"STAR. Port St Joe-, 82457 May 9. 16. and 23S 1996 Page 3


S6. 03171-040R
362 R-0562700 5444.17
G 23 BUCHANAN J. VINCENT 8
4 & S 15 T R.9 R 10 8.1 AC.M/L
775.33 FTON SR 30;. 500 FT-
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "A" IN ORB
BLK C 00/788. AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
03171-0O0R
S33.26 363 R-0562800 5117.32
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT &
G 23 "S 1 T 9 R 10 1.674 AC M/L
1'2.28 FT ON SR 30; 500 FT
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "B" IN ORB
BLK C 100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

S22.37 03171-060R
364 R-0563000 5192.15
G 23 BUCHANAN J. VINCENT
17, S 15 T 9 R 10 2.88 AC M/L
739 100 FT LAGOON FRONT; 634.5
AV DEPTH BEING PARCEL "E"
AX ROLL) IN ORB 160/912 GC FR -
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
543.64 37-4R
33S R-0564200' S128.71
G 1 DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &8
41 INDIAN LAGOON
S3L ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 9 ORB
I/L 135/705-720 FR WILSbN FIN.
AX ROLL) CORP,
MAP# 908 ,.
58,103 03171-iOR
366. R-O564300 528.71
300 DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN ~
L INDIAN LAGOON
RE ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 10..
ORB 135/70F-720 'FR WILSON
AX ROLL) FIN. CORP.
M'P# 90B
%502.49
03171-1ER
367 R-0E64400 5128.71
SPFR DIERPSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
INDIAN LAGOON
SESTTES(UNRECORDED) LOT 1i
BL 1" ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
S MP# 908B .
'239.47"
0N INC 03171-16OR
NiL 368 R-Os64Ero 10 28.71
:ING DIERI:SHEIDE MELVIN f
FR INDIAN LAGOON
INC ESTATESIUNRECOADED) LOT 12i:'
ORB 13S/70E-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90B
1131.01
03171-16B
L369 .-OS64600 5128.71
PINES D.IERPSHEIDE MELVIN 8:
FR INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 13.
SORB 135/70E-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
M AP# 90B
568. 14
03171-4EOR
370 R-OE68800 5732.20
LINES DIERI SHEIDE MELVIN %.
ORT 5 1F T 9 R 10 20.276 AC M/L
1743.66 FT ON SR 30; 500 FT
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "2" ORB
13F/701-4 FR WILSON FIN. CORP.
S' M# 90g".
579."22 .
03171-050R
57 N .371 R-OF70E00 5226.6.'
5cS, BUCHANAN J. VINCENT 8:
5 16 T 9 R 10 3.436 AC M/L '
300 FT ON SR 30; 504.32 FT AV
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "D" IN ORB
582.01' 100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
% (FOR FURTHER LEGHL SEE TAX ROLL,

RB 03178-COOP.
37-2 R-')S, ?1400 $9,733.04
BROWN WILLIE L. ET'AL
5 19 iT 9 R 10 33.6 AC 1456 FT
GULF FRONT, 400 FT DEPTH M/L,
51310 1 :LESS MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG
:KIE 49 &f LESS MONEY,BAYOU SUBD
3T' 39 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TMX ROLL)

0317p-.-90pR '. .J. .,- .
373 R-OF'iE.0 4,. 84.'31
CAPE VILLMS COMMUNITY ASSOC.
2E4.E4_ S 19 T 9 R 10
C PE VILLtS COMMUNITY PROPERTY
9 .REC'D ORB 103/283
3 8 MwPt1 7, -
YOU
CORD 03179-940R
v ROLL) 37 F-05"7300 1,ES.B8.93
HOOD MI:CHEL B JOSEPH B
SCAPE VILLAS UNIT 2-D
1 92.0 ORB 170/111 FR SMALLRIDGE
MAPH 72-

.1 03180-~OR, O '
U 375 R-OF79300 : $279.35
:UR PRITCHETTi ANN
COD TREASURE SHORES 15T ADDITION
X ROLL) (UNRECORDED) LOT 2 BEING
100.8 FT FRONTuGE ON CO. RD.
5247.7 3 ; 264.04,FT AVERAGE DEPTH
ORB 107/467 FR JOSEY

031080-4R '
376 R-O-79400 \ 279.35
BLK D SWE4NEY MELVIN E* -
S TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 3 BEING
$87.93 100.8 FT FRONTAGE ON CO. RD.
30 -2.7672 FT AVERAGE DEPTH
49 ORB 107/637 FR JOSEY'

03180-4O0R
377 R-079F5C0 1279.35
BLK D SWEENEYI hELVIN
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
S (UNRECORDED) LOT 4 BEING
'Sd2.37 100.8 FT FRONTAGE ON CO. RD.
30;289.41 FT AVERAGE DEPTH
9'. ORB 111/643 FR JOSEY
03180-430R
378 R-OE579700 '- S.79 35
D JOSEY"'LB. JR.
TREASURE SHORES 15T ADDITION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 6 BEING
5353.76 100.8 FT ON CO.: RD. 30
313.79 FT AVERAGE DEPTH ORB
49 110/1093 FR JOSEY
MENT .
0318E-0o 3. '
BL 379' R-O 84000 5 1. 768.'16
B'* SAVAGE BARRY W. "
*. S .0 T ? R 10
"85,". 101.;- FT GULF FRONT;:. 472 FT
-55332* DEPTH N/L -ORB. 135/968-69 FR
DUFFIN
9O MHAP# 72D
4' an:


ACH

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S479.66

49


BLK E


03154-0008
359 R-08ReOO 8 5279.3
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT NO. 2
ALL BLK' 1 LESS LOTS i1 2) 4
8: f ORB 88/946 FR MONEY BAYOU
BEACH CORP OFFICIAL RECORD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03157-00OR
360` R-05E9100 917.35
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT NO. 2
ALL OF BLOCK ORB 88/946 FR
MONEY BAYOU BEACH CORP ORB
94/932 FR GARBER PB 2 PG 28
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03169-035R
361 R-E560900 .91.47
BUZIER ADOLPH SR
5 14 T 9 R 10 .9183 AC M/L
200 X 200 FT PARCEL ON CORD
30 REC'D ORB 139/31-19 FR
NANCE 8 ORB 160/386 FR BUZIER
MAP# 108


03186-000R
380 R-0584900 51i605.64
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN G.-.ET AL
S' 20 T 9 R, 10 .. ...
639.;4 FT PARCEL ORB 117/1057
FR WILSON FLInNCI:L CORP.
LESS 8 LOTS IN UNREC SUBD
MAP# 72D


0.3191-007R
381' R-O590500 1. Si163.99
LAMONTE CHARLES V
S 22 T 9 R. 10 1S FT GULF -
FRONT; 695 FT DEPTH M/L ORB
87/2 FR GLENN
MAP# 900


03200-00R
382 R-059700Q. 5499.37
SCROMARTIE. EDWARD M ..
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO,.1i.
PB i. PG 48 LOT IF5.ORB 84/411
MAP.#90D BLK



03201-000R
383 R-0597300 S406.94
GALLOWAY..CHARLES H.8. BRENDA-
INDIAN'PASS BEACH GROUP'NO. -
PB i PG 48 LOT'6 ORB 1i4/880
FR'GALLOWAY
'MAP #90D '
BLK 0


03210-013R
384. R-0601000 HX 5513.28
WITT LARRY 8: SALLY L.
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB i PG 48 LOT 5 8:7 ORB,
123/689 FR BURT
MAP# 90D
BLK S
03222-000R
38 R-0604300 5i33.14
WORLEY' JAMES W. & LYNN E.
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. i
PB I PG 48 LOT 4 ORB 124/823
FR DENT
MAP #90D
BLK U

03226-006R '
38 6 R-0605400 5164.15
FRI.THOMAS I 8: SALLY J
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. i
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 11
ORB 148/279 FR MARTIN
MAP# 90D
BLK W

03256-000R
387 0R-0609400 SSl178.77
HENDERSON RICHARD 8: DELILAH E.
CAMP PALMS (UNRECORDED) 6.03
AC 200 FT REACH FROM GULF TO
LAGOON, ORB 133/85i-19 FR EST,.
'MAP #90C C
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03274-090R
38t8 -R-0613300 187.26
STANLEY DANIEL G.
S 12 T 4 R 1 3.08 AC M/L 155
X 829 FT ON E SIDE OF KEMP RD
ORB 135/43 FR BROWN
MAP #38D

03276- 00R
389 R-Oi3800 583.48
kEMP LARRY ALLEN 8: AVE MARIE
12 T 4 .R ii'32 AC NE/4 OF
NW/4, LESS 8 AC IN-NEC IN ORB
90/921 (PARCEL 2) FR KEMP
MAP #38D

032B3-000P. ..,
390 R-0618CO '5 "*150.95
)'EMP LARRY D. 8 AVE
S 12 T 4 Rf it 8 AC
BEING 4 AC IN PARCEL #3 IN
ORB 90/921 FR KEMP .8: AC ORB
107/853 FR. PARKER
MAP# 38

0328E5-OOR
39.. R-0615000 S 15.09
.HEMP LARRY A., & AVE MARIE
512 T4 RIO 4 AC :133 X 1320 FT
LOT BEING REC'D OFFICIAL
RECORD BOOK 73, PAGE 124 FROM
KEMP'

03288-010R
392 R-0615600 HX S59.89
Y'EMP LpRRY A. 8 AVE .i
5 12 T 4 R 11 12 AC ORB
E'/990 FR MLLAN EMP BEING'
210 X 210 FT 266 K 1320 FT
PAR- CEL #i IN ORB 90/921
(FOR FURTHER LEGML SEE TA)(XROLL)

03295-00OR
393 R-0616600 HX 'S21.99
AUSTIN JIM J. ET AL
5 17 T 4 R 11 300 AC'REC'D
ORB 65/1006 FR HAMILTON FARMS
INC 8. ORB 89/E77
MAP #9

S:03326-1FOR
S394 R-0631200 S' 6.57
MARTIN DAVID 5. 8: LILLIE B.
5 13 T R i1 SUNSHINE ACRES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 10 .96 e-C
M/L ORB 174/219 FR HOLLAND
MAP# 42

03326-15FR
395 R-0631300 586.52
STEVENS EUGENE P BARBARA'J
S 13 T 5 R 11 SUNSHINE ACRES
(UNRECORDED) LOT il, ,96,AC
,H/L ORB 148/8-2 FR T4UNTOD
ET 'AL
'MAP t 1 '

3326-24-5R
S396.. R-0632800 S532.94
BRAKE LARRY L
5 13 T 5 R 1I SUNSHINE ACRES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 29 5.23 AC
MIL UNREC AU FR TAUNTON
MRP #942

03330-110R
397 R-0633700 5126.49
HARLAND LENA '
S 13 T 5 R 1 1.347 AC M/L
210 X 279.45 FT BEING PARCEL
NO. I IN UNREC SUB ORB 144/
'830-32 MA FR CARR ET AL
MAPH 4:2

03330-140R
398 R-0633900 S 5130.33
PEIFFER BRIAN R
S 13 T 5 R i 2.025 AC M/L
210 X 420 BEING_LOT 5 OF AN
UNREC SUBD ORB 142/3712 FR
CRR ET AL'-
MAP# 42
03331-0018
399 R-0634100 5 547 87
KNOX PAMELA
SS 13 T" R 11
L4ND BEING 300 FT ALONG W SIDE
OF DANTELS RD, LAND LYING f
BEING III SW/4 OF SW/4 FR -
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX ROLL)

03335--0OR
400 R-063E300 HX S158.47
WOOD ROY D. JR. 8: EDITH
5 13 T S P 11 2.5S AC M/L
200 X-378.72 FT PARCEL
ORB 1732861 FR RAFFIELD 8:
100 N 3'8,.1 FT PARCEL ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03335-0- -R
401 R-0&3.400 S1b6.B3
RAFFIELD RICKY
,, 13 T 5 T ii 261 AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 176/59 FR
RAFFIELD
MAPt 42

03340-079P
402 R-0641600 HX 5159.23
HALL JAMES C 8: PATRICIA E
S 23 T. 5 R 11
ORB 159/802 FR CARR ET AL
MAP# 42 .2


03340-180R
403 R-06+1900 5280.82
STERZOY JOHN 'A
CREEKVIEW. ESTATES, UNREC.
LOT 4 ORB 161/910 FR COSTIN
ET AL.
MAP# 42


03346-000R
404 R-0643300
HAMMON GWENDOLYN L.
5 23 T 5 R 11 3 AC REC/D
8/159
MAP' #42


5O7.83

ORB


03389-300R
405 R-06E3300 5237.97
TAYLOR JOHN L 8: PATRICIA H
5 31 T 5 R ii 2.19 AC M/L
316.01 X 300 FT PARCEL
ORB 157/925-926 FR GUILFORD
MAP# 13C


03389-301R
406 R-0653400 237.97
TAYLOR JOHN L '8: PATRICIA H
S. 31-T 5 R 11
269 X 300.29 FT LOT
ORB 156/59-60 FR GUILFORD
MAP# 13C


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03390-00 IR
407 R-0653700 HX S209.17
SYLVESTER STEVEN J. & TERESA A
5 31 T 5 R 11 1.02 AC 165 FT
X 270 FT LOT REC'D ORB 138/263
1 FR CARLISLE
MAP #13C .

03391-006R
408 R-0654E400 S84.30
TURNER RHONDA REGINA
S 31 T 5 R 11 1.02 AC 165 X ..
270 FT LOT REC'D ORB 131/929
FR TEMPLE
MAP# 13C

03391-026R
4'09 R-0655800 S171.51
BROWNELL JANICE & MARGARET '
S 31 T S R 11 1.75 AC 205 X
250 X 275 X 280 FT ORB 120/664
FR PLAYER ESTATE
MAP #13C

03392-012R
4H10 R-0656800 581.40
HADDOCK EDWARD
S 31 T 5 R it1 AC 175 X 250
PT LOT ORB 174/982 FR HADDOCK
MAP# 13C
03392-0o15R,.
,411 R-06S7100-. S82.90
SOLARSKYJ STANISLAW.
.. 31 T R.s R11 : 1'
170 X 260 FT PARCEL ORB 126/,
843-45 AA FR HARDY ,
-MAP# .

03394-052R
4122 Rk96588.0, S4'19.,63
,FELS JOSEPH ET UX
S 31 T 5 R 11t .6 AC REC'D
ORB 72/599 FR PATRICK 350 X .'
570 FT
MAP #13C

0"3394-053R
+13 R-06L658900 HX 5362.30
GILBERT JIMMY EARL
S 31 T S R 11 1.37 AC 170 X
350 FT:LOT REC'D ORB 80/972
MAP #13C

03396-003R .
414 R-06s59500 SlS.8,3,
WILLIAMS RICHARD M.
S 3i T R ii 1.93 AC A LOT
20 X 350 FT ORB 110/788 FR
COTTRELL
MAP# 13C .

03420-OiR
+15 R-06SE300 .1738.87
COSGROVE THOMAS J.
S 32 T R ii 1.29 AC DEED...
REC'D ORB 57/391
MAP #13D: ..

034+6- OOSR
416 R-0668200 HX 231.9E.
SANDERS BOBBY L-. 8 JOY(E H.,
S 33 T 5 R 11 AC
A PARCEL OF LD 14i.86 FT'X
Z45.8B8FT X 321.OZ FT X. 184.3,3
FT REC'D ORB 134/690-91 FR ,'
(FOR FURTHER LEG4L SEE TAX ROLL I'
03416-210R
: 19 R-0669000 HA S538.63
CYR MI A & SUSAN L GAY
' S 33 T E R it 2 PARCELS
REC'D IN ORB 17E/963 FR KENT
MHP# 27C1

03426-260R
4 19 R-0669200 S2.21. '
ROBERTS CHARLES D. & JANET
S 33 T ., R 11
PARCEL ,REC'D IN ORB 126/540O-41
FR CARR
MAP 27C ,

03426-F:OR "
420 R-0670100 S213.59
BRIDGES DOUGLAS B SR
SS 33 T F Rli .S3 AC M/L
(UNREC. PLAT) 105 X 2"-20 FT
LOT ORB 133/919..FR *CARR T.?
Mn4P# 27C ..-

03426-52SR
21 R-0670200 1^.99
BRIDGES DOUGLHS B JR
5 7 S 33 T 5 R' 11 .53 3NC M/L
105 X 220 FT LOT ORB 143/929
S" FR CARR :
S MAP# 27C ,

03438-010R .
2 R-0672100 S84.40
ARMS RONALD L. ;
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBD' .
(UNRECORDED) LOTS 30 6, 3 ORB.
79/689
MAP #27C *


BLK 1

03439-00R "
4..3 R-0672200 ". 5323.64
ARMS RONALD L.
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBD
(UNRECORDED) LOTS 29 &8.37 ORB
93/67 LIFE ESTATE DEED TO
ARMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE THX ROLL)

03440-00R : '
424 R-0672300 S84.40
H"MMON GWENDOLYN
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBD
(UNRECORDED) LOTS 46 ,8 54 ORB
88/591 OC FR WHITFIELD .
MAP #27C
BLK 1

03454-010R
45s R-0677300 HMX 411N77
BARFIELD RICHARD D 8 DONNA M
5 35 T 5 R'.1 N/2 OF SW/4 OF
NE/4 OF NW/4, LYING W OF SR
386 ORB 147/419 FR RAY
MAP# 43

03460-030R '
4;.6 R-0678E00 HX $118.33 .
MORROW JMES R
'S 3E T R 11 CREEF..WOOD (AN- '.
UNRECORDED SUBD) LOT 6 8: 7
ORB 178/4 FR WmDFOR '
MAPt 43

03460-040R
427 R-0678600 S173.01
SPANN DALTON CLYDE F. BILLY F" '
S 3E T ER P 11 CREEriOOD N (4N
UNR'EC ORED 5,UBD) LOT B 300 '
FT WETAPPO CREEK FRONT 169 FT
wV DEPTH ORB 174/887 FR '
(FOR FUPTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0360-04R : .
428 R-0678700 HX 183.01
'POLLARD BILLY F 9- VIRGIN'A K
5S 3E T 5 R 11 iCREEKUOOD[ (AN
UNRECORDED SUBD LOT 9 ORB '
170/719 FR MITTH
MAP 43 '

03460-070R -
429 .R-0679100 243.90.,
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. 'INC. :
S 35 T .5 R ,1 CREEKWOOD, (AN'
UNREC. SUBD) LOT 14. 8: LOT 15 .,
ORB 127/434-36 FR MEXICO BEACH
CORP.
MAP# 43

0346'0-125.R
43Q,, R-0T.79500 HX ': 1.31
RAY WILLIS : .
S 3.5 T E,,R 11 .. :
CREEKWOOD' FIRST-ADDITION -, .
(UNREC) LOT 5 9 4 ORB 135/ .
118-21 AA FR BHP.FIELD
MAP# 43


03460-135R
431 R-0679600 ":' 2.77.
RAY WILLIS ALVIN,8: PEGGIEW
S 35 T T R 1i C:REEF WOOD F rRST
ADDITION (UNRF, LOT 7 ORp .
1EO/568-69 FR GR.4NGER
MAP# 4+3


03460-i45R
432 R-0679800 $87.32
RAY.WILLIS A & PEGGIE W
S 35 T E R 11 CREEKWOOD FIRST
ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 9
ORB 156/344-345 FR GREVENHOF
MAP# 43

03460-165R
433 R-0680200 s85.82
SEIFFERT WILLIAM F. & RUTH M.
S 35 T S'R1'i CREEKWOOD FIRST
ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 13
MAP# T43

03460-185R
434 R-0680600 s155.5E
RAY WILLIS ALVIN ,&
S 35 T 5! R 11 CREEKWOOD FIRST
ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 17
ORB 177/548 FR BARKER
MAP# 43

03460-190R
435' R-0680700 S87.32
RAY WILLIS A & PEGGIE WOOD
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD FIRST
ADDITION (UNREC) LOT iS8
ORB 177/899 FR ARNOTT
MAP# 43

03460-310R
436 R-0681SI00 S19.37
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. INC.-
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3j UNRECORDED
LOT 6
MAP# 43'"

03460-315R ,
437 R-0681600 S19.37
RITCH ELECTRIC.CO. INC.;
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3i UNRECORDED
. LOT 7
MAP# 43

03460-350R
438 R-0682200 $19.37
SEIFFERT WILLIAM F,, 8: RUTH M,
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 14,- ORB 131/26 FR SHULER
MAP# 43.r

03460-3E5R
439 R-0682300 S0.87
SEZFFERT WILLIAM F. a RUTH M.
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 15 ORB 126/922 FR MEXCO/
BEACH CORP.
MAP# 3. '
03460-375R .
440 R-0682600 587.32
JONES JOE 8: CAROL A. KENNEDY
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 19 ORB 1.34/897-98 FR
MEXICO BEACH CORP. INC..
MAP# 3

03460-380R
441 R-068%700 $79.79
GRIMALDI RALPH J. 8 REGINA L.
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LO' 20 ORB 133/1048-49 FR
MEX. BCH. CORP. INC.


03488-002R
442 R-069050O S688.38
THOMAS FLOYD LYNN 8- SHERRY ANN
5 6 T 6 R 11 3' AC ,
ORB 161/703 FR BSTAS
MAP# 14B
03511-010R
443 8R-0698000 640.5o.
HESS DREMm V
S 6 T 6 R Ii 1 AC M/L 105S X
413.1E FT LOT ORB 167/305 AA
FR WHITTLE
MAP# 148

03E84-00iR
444 R-0707900 .' S578.00
SHLIS RAYMOND P JR R& NORMW J
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG -
LOT 14 8f, SE/2 OF LOT 16 ORB
91'/643 FR MONTFORD
MAP #16C
BLK 5- .'

03593-001R t' N '
445 R-0709000 .' '.-518.35a
HARRELL ROBERT C. & MARYANN
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG O
LOT..3 8: STRIP BETWEEN LOT 13
8 US 98 REC'.D ORB 76/.L'+
MwP i#16C
BL'. 6

03617-010R / ,
446 ;R-0711800 HX S456.68e
OAKES MRS. WINNIE
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 6 8: NW/2 OF 4 ORB 90/'
59 FR STAN-LwND 8: ORB 131/80
FR YARDLEY 8 LESS ORB 163/98
(FOR FURTHER.LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL),

03670-000R
447 :R-0718900 S65.18
POWELL DALTON W. & SHARON Y
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1. PG 2
.LOT 8 ORB 97/i18 FROM YORK
MAP #1t6C .
: .. BLK 14.


03671-000R
448 R-0719100
ALSBROOL.S GEORGE H
BEACON HILL SUBD PB
LOT 16
MHP #16C


t47 .45

I PG 2 "

BLK 14


03706-000R
449 R-0723400 144.92,
MORGAN ELTON THOMAS
BEACON HILL SUBD P,Bi PG ",
LOT 11 UIfB 71/105+
MAP #N16B
S- '* r' : .BLK 18 ':

03710-005R
4EO R-0724300 : 110.97
KRUMSIEI' MARY ELIZABETH
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 20 ORB .89/247 FR,
DOUGHERTY :
MAP #168
BLK 19

03710-007R
'451 ',R-0724400 192.84
KRUMSIEK MAR'.' ELIZABETH .
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG .
LOT 18 ORB 109/353 FR OLIVER'
MAP #16B8 : ,
BLK 19

03711-000R
452 R-07..4700 s110.97
LEVEL -RTHUR
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 13 ORB 76/621 8 ORB 15 /
141-142, QC FR LEVEL
MAP 16 '
SBL. 19


03715-001R. .
453 R-0725000 S581.84
FIGUEIRA DEZ .
BEF(CON HILL SUBD PB i PG 2
LOTS 14, 16i'18 8R 20'ORB
164/336 FR BROWN 8: LEWIS
MAP #1i6:


03721-000R
454 R-0725600 $93.26
GRIMSLEY HOWARD A.
BEACON HILL SUBD PB I1PG 2'
LOTS 6 ORB 75/45S LESS LOTS 8
8: 10 TO PICKERT
MAP # 6',-'


03733-01i4R
4E.5, R-07:27600 $74.03
ANGELINE WILLIAM ET UJX
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2:
LOT 18 ORB 75/230
MAP #16C


BL.K :25


03733-01R
456 R--0727700 $74.03
ANGELINE WILLIAM ET UX
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 20 ORB 75/230
MAP #16C
BLK 25.

03733-094R
45F7 R-0729100. $348.4'6
WILDER DARRP.ON B.
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG :2
LOT iS 8: NW/2 OF LOT 13
ORB 179/139 FR WILDER
MAP# 16C
BLK 29

03735-000R
458 R-0729300 146.4:2
ATKINSON WILLIAM M. JR.. &
BEACON HILL SUBD PB i PG 2
LOT 14 8: 15 ORB 139/2+6 FR
YORK
MAP# 16C
BLK 23

03735-5OOR
459 R-07295.00 s,09.47
ATKINSON JR. WILLIAM M. 8: LISA -
BEACON HILL SUBD. PB PG 2
LOT 13
ORB i27/790 FR YORK
MAP# 16C

037E6-02OR
460 R-0733700 $122.83
DANFORD BETTY-CAROLYN
5 31 T 6 R 11 .,9 AC M/L
38.01 FT M/L .GULF FRONT ORB
169/193 FR LANIER
MAP# 16'C

03785-OOOR
461 R-0736400 ,, E09.56
ALVARADO LINDA D
S 31 T 6 R 11
125 X 170 X 138 FT LOT ,.
ORB 175/75 FR DAVILA
MAP# 16C :

03799-OIR
462 R-074-000 S572.97
OAKES PAULA JEAN ALDRIDGE 8:
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT 10
ORB 144/339 FR OAKES 8: ORB 164
/883 BC FR OAKES
MAP n6C
:'BLK 'A

03798-085R :
463 R-0745'100 HX $1756.,02
UPTON BRIAN 8: PATTI
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED LOT 1 ORB 155/489-
491 FR DUREN
MAP# 16C
BLK G. ,

03798-:.LOR
464 R-07EO 00 HX S759.01
REED DEVID
GULF HIPE SUBD. PHASE II LOT
15 ORB 175/810
MAP,# I6C
SBLKD 1

03798-496R
465 R-0755200 $191.27
WAGNER JOHN E.
GULF AIRE PHASE III UNRECORDED
LOT 8 ORB 131/701 AA FR DUREN
MAP#l 16C ,

03798-98R
466 R-0755300 S192.77
WAGNER JOHN E
GULF AIRE PHASE III UNRECORDED
TRACT "H" ORB 131/701 AA FR
DUREN
MAP# 16C

03798-00R
467 R-07E.9400 S80.04
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES, INC.
S 31 T 6 R 11
ORB 93/277 BEING 6 FT .GULF
ACCESS EASEMENT
MAP#. 16C ,

03798-S01R ,
468 R-07_EE'00 iIa78.
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES'INC. -
5 31 T 6 R 11
6 FT GULF ACCESS EASEMENT
MAP# 16C

03798-SOR '
469 R-0756E00 S$14E2.2-
COOLEY JUNE R, 8 JAMES P .. .
S31 T6 Rll ORB 96/108 BEING
BLDG IT UNIT 10 GULF AIRE .
TOWNHOUSE ORB 16i/462 FR
BLOUNT
MAP# 16':

03798-684R
470 R-0759700 783.E:
G-FFNEY JOHN W" 8:
.S 31 T 6 R 11 : '
BEING UNIT 4 CORAL REEF
TOWHSHOUSES ORB 139/566.CD .
FR PRIESTLEY',
MAPi# 16C
03798-705
471 R-0759800 l 3Z'.97
BROWN ,HAPLES ER 8 JOEL STIEBER ,
GULF AIRE PHASE: IV UNREC
LOT 1 ORB 163/366 FR DUREN
MAP# iD 16DL

03798-71 R ,
472 R-0760000 S237.97
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.,
GULF AIRE PHASE IV, UNREC :
LOT 3 : ,
MAP 16D .


.03798-720OR
.473 R-0760100
A 8: D TIRE INC OF NW
GULF AIRE PHASE IV;
LOT 4 ORB 177/486 F(
AIRE PROP. INC.
MAP# '16D


03798-72:R
474 .CR-0760200 HX
COPE PHILIP N & LINDA
GULF AIRE PHASE IV L
LOT 5 ORB 177/235 FR
MAP# 16D


03798-74 R
475 R-0760500
UPTON BRIAN 8 PATTI
GULF AIRE PHASE IV't I
LOT 4 ORB i0/591-5'
DUREN L I
MAP,# 16D


.03798-755R
476 R-0760700
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES
GULF AIRE PHASE IV, I
LOT 6
MAP# 16D


03798-782R
477 R-0761300
CHILDERS BRUCE. M
.PELICAN WALK UNREC. S
LOT i TRIPLEX, UNIT 4
UNREC, AGREEMENT FR E
MAP# 16C
ORB 182/443 FR. DUREN

03798-78ER
478 R-0761400
DYE PEGGY
PELICAN WALK) UNREC.
LOT.2 ORB 175/947 FR
MAP# I6C

03798-840R
479 R-0762+00 HX
OAKES DANNY K 8: PAULA:
PELICAN WALK) UNREC..
LOT 13 ORB 153/67:1
GULFAIRE
MAP# 16C


03798-845R-
480 R-076250E0 189.23
SNIPES CYNTHIA S 8: DWIGHT
PELICAN WALK, UNREC., SUB.
LOT 14 ORB 148/492 FR GULF
AIRE PROP. INC.
MAP# 1"6C.

03806-002R
481 R-076L+700 $239.47
PARKER CHARLIE 8: FRANCES M
S 32 T 6 R 11.
316.26 FT ON AMERICUS, AVE X
62.5.4 X L4,03 X 266.25 X
158.03 ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
MAP# 16D
03806-OOER
482 R-0764900 $638.07
GRIFFIN RUBYE G.
5 31 T 6 R 11 172.55 FT ON US
98 TRIANGULAR LOT 200.72 FT
DEEP ORB 91/95. FR JACKSON
MAP '#16C

03806- 1LE.R
483 R-0767300 S239.47
WAGNER JOHN E
SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
PB 3 PGS. 34 8. 3S
LOT 3 ORB 174/616 FR PARKERR 8:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX-ROLL)

03806-00 R
4+84 R-0774400 S239.4+7
VISE* RHON4[,- L
SEA S'HOPES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE
BEACH UNIT' NO. THREE
PB 3 PGS. 34$ 8: 35 : .
LOT 8 ORB 125/464 FR COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03806-585R
4.5 .R-0776100 2 <39.47
SHERRY TIMOTHY J B: STEPHANIE J,
SEA SHORES .A/K/A `'ORT ST. JOE-
BEACH.UNIT NO. THREE
;PB 3 P 5 34+ 8: 35 ,'.',
LOT :25. ORB :.46a/238B FR COSTl,N
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL -.EE TAX -ROLL)

03816-00OR
486 R-0780000; 79.,79
MC GRIFF ANliPE
S 4 T 7 R 11 t'f.9. 9 A M/L
48,0,5 N X 13' .'3 ', 490.1 X
1354.15 ORB 174+/752 FR WRIGHT
ESTATE
MtPN 31

03836-oOOR
+87 R8-0783800 HX "$i4.63

FEEL ROBERT, LEE ET 1 :
YON'S ADDITION TO BE'1-ON HILL:
LOT 14 ORB 72/671
MAP #17A
S.'. BLK 2 ,

0 38q46-0'OR
488 R-07;;O'OD 5319.22
WYMAN HAZEL H. :
YON'S ADDITION TO BEHCON HILL:
LOT 13 8: NE/2 OF LOT ORB '
81/232 .. .
MAP #17AA
A L "K B 3

03901-001R
489 R-07915O0 $999.72
SMITH C. S.
YON'S ADDITION TO BE -nON HILL
LOT 1 8: : .
MAP #17A '
BLK 9.

03941-000R
490 R-07967')0 $576.96
HODGE DORO'TH'Y ROSE MATTHEWS,
,ON'S 4rDETION TO BEACON HILL
LOr 1 ORB 177/626 FR. MATTHEWS
MAP #17A
BLK 13

03946-005R
491 R-0797300 5163.32
GRIFFIN RUBYE G.
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT 19 ORB .93/1100 FR MILLER
"ET AL .. ...: .,...
MAP #17A, ,, .
O.. BLK 14.,'-

039E1-0OOR
49Z R-0798000 S77.36
GILCHRIST JANE F.
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT 7. ORB 179/ .O0 FR SMITH
MAP#. 17A
BL: 14

03979-002R
493 R-OE.,'600 HX sl194.-4
'; GEITZLEP. HRZEL M,
S 5 & 6 T 7 R 11 46.03 FT
GULF FRONT: 125 FT DEPTH M/L
ORB 151/584-585 FR ROBERTSON
MAP# 17 .

03987-001R
494+. R-0805E00 HX Si,028.68
HILL R EDWiLRD 8: SUSAN F.
S E T 7 P. 11 PmRCEL BEING"
FORMERLY LOTS : 8 2 8. PORTION
OF GEORGI,4 CYPRESS STS BLOCI '
1 PORT ST. JOE BEACH LUITrr NO.
!(FOR FURTHER LEGB4L SEE NTX ROLL)
01000-0 OICR
490 F-083DB2'00 HMX 344.03
R-MSEY RICHwuR' LOWREY R
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 40
LOT IE P PORTION OF LOT 1 6,
ORB 2EE/960 FR BHRLOW .. .:
MNHP# 17"
.: BLK 4


BLK I i : 0400-OEOR f
496 P-08)09700 1 Si
SMITH LARRY BYuN .
S$239,47 PORT ST. JOE BEC,;H UNIT NO.
FrLA LOT E LESS NE Z0 FT ORB 17.4
JNRE. FR SMITH
UN GLF MAP# 17A
R GULF B 5

E I o0042-o000oo
4 ,97 R-0813900 .$3
LEWIS HARRY 8: MARY A. ,
S605..7 PORT ST,',JOE BEACH UNIT"NO.
A M LOT 9 ORB- 82/619, "
UNREC MAP #174 '
DUREN LK
BLK I 04048-0OOR
498 R-0814900 S1
WOOD CARL DAVID,
.,,39.47 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO.
LOT i ORB i74/741+ FR WOOD
UNREC MAP# 17A
94.FR "BLK 1

04065-000OR
BLK J 499 R-0817000 HX $3
SCARABIN ROBERT 1 .
PORT.ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO.
$237.97 LOT 3 ORB 111/326 FR HAY 8:
INC. ORB 133/327 -C FR BASS
UNREC:., SCARAB IN CAROL,L. .
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX

BLK J 04067-01R ,
00 R-0817700 SS
SHEARER MARGARET V.
56614.56 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO.
I LOTS 10ORB8 113/1000 FR
SUB. DEESON 8: ORB 139/564 QC FR
(i 1 SHEARER
DUREN (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX

S0'+084-00,R
501 R-0819800 HX $2
TOOLE SHEILA K '
$632.57 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO.
LOT 6 .ORB 169/51E. FR WRIGHT
SUB, MAP #17A
HUGHES BLK

OH4 0-OOOR
502 R-0826400 HX 2
5788.4E MULLIS DONALD D. 8: ELOISE S
AL BRIDGE PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO.
5UB., LOTS 1 8: 3 ORB 102/80 FR
FR ARNOLD LESS SW 60 FT OF
3 ORB 135/146 FR WILLIAMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX


04142-000R
503 R--0826700 S180.37
RIELA MARGARET
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. .2
LOT E.
MAP #17A
BLK ,29

04160-OOOR
504 R-0830100 E500.87
RICHTER BILLY R. 8: MARTHA C.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 9 ORB 136/8+3 FR ALABAMA
ELECTRIC CO. INC.
MAP# 17A
OBLK 32

04179-OOOR
505 R-0833300 $6+3.82
HACKENBRACHT BEATRICE
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
LOTS 12 15 8: 16
MAP #i7A
BLK 35S

0'1i98-000R
506 R-OB35800" S181.87
ESTES ROBERT S 8: GLORIA
POR ST JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMERLY) LOT 4
ORB 141/162 FR COSTING
MAP# 17A
BLK 40

042i2-016R
507 R-084+0800 $315.06
DOLANSKY GERARD R 8: PAULA L
PORT ST. JOE BEACH-UNIT NO. 2
LOT' 16 ORB 161/243 FR LOPEZ
MAP# 17A
BLK 45

0'+222-003R .
508 R-084+3100 S181.87
DERRICK MARGARET A,
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT-10 ORB 97/701 FR COSTIN 8:
GIBSON -
MAP # 17 A
: = '* "BLK 4+8

04225-005R;
509 R-08w4410 458.61i
MILLER ROGER
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 9 ORB 181/65 FR WALKER
MAP# 17A
BLK 48

04226-OOOR :
S 10 R-0844200 ..,, 07.85
MOTLEY BRUCE W, 8: SONYA M.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT r.i. :2
LOT 1 8:, PORTION IN SEC 3,. T 6
R 11 BEING .341 AC LOT IN ORB
114/1020 FR PARKER ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T- POLL)

042l6-00CR
5t1 R-081943,}0 514+3.42
DERRICK M4RG4RET A '.:
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT HO. .
LOT 3 ORB 163/754 FR PROCTOR
BLK 49'

0427-OOOR, '
512 R-0847200 S1,874.10"
MATTHEWS ARTHUR L. 8 ANNIE
S 16 T 7 R 11 .980 AC M/L
164.- FT GULF FRONT; 267 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 98/552 FR
VIZCAAR4
MAP# 32B
S042o.-020R ', -
Si3 R-0847900 6 98.92
KIRBY STEPHEN E 8: DEBORAH M
ST. J tSEPH SHORE5 SUE, PB 1
PG 36 5 10 FT OF LO'I -; ti '+0'
FT OF LOT 4 BEING SO.-X 1,1. FT
LOT ORB 14.1/706 FR HARRISON
(FOR FURTHER.LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04255-060R
514 R-088400 1.Si16.77
VIZCARRA EULOGIO M. M.D. 8:
ST. JOSEPH SHORES SUBD PB 1
PG 36 S/2 LOT 7 DIVIDED E & W
FR 20 FT N OF SEC 8: 20 ,T .S ,
OF NWC ALL OF LOT 9.8: LOT 1' ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE Tn'- i POLL

04283-OOOR
E1E R-0852300 Si;1013.31
RAFFIELD RONALD C. 8: .PEGGY W.
S ,7 T 7 R 11 REC'D DBK
i50 FT ON US 98 REC'D ORB
133/1-2' FR BLAIR 8: ORB 180/664
FR RAFFIELD
MAP# 33A

0430-000OR ,
S E16 P.-0o B700 H" 9W .3
LEHwRDY C':iROL'i' R
C, P. GAULDIrNGS -iDC-j PB 1 PG
30 LOT 14 ORB 175/2 FR SCOTT
MAP# +98B
N BLK ,B,

004306-060R
517,' R-0853900 $239.47
WATSON JOHN W .
C.' P. GAULDINGS ADDN PB t' PG
30 LOT 16 8: E/2 OF LOT 9
ORB 166/889 MrGREEMENT FR
HpNNH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE ToiX ROLL)

04310-OOOR ;.
518 R-N085E4300 87.93
LHNGLEY DORA L.
C. P.' GaULDIINGS HDL.H FB I' PG
30 LOTS 4 & LESS S .-S FT OF
LOT) 4
MAP #4 98
.BLK C
04360-000R .
S 19 R-085ose800. 53.24.
WADE JIMMY,
HIGHLAND VIEW
A PORTION OF LOT it, .1 8: 13
ORB 149/268,,FR:TONEY :
MAP# 498
N ''g BLK.F .,
04369-OCOR N
520 R-0859300 HX 81.
WILDER MARSHA R
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB PG 26
LOTS. 1" 2 :. 3 LYING E OF .
COUNTY DITCH ORB 179/,'0 FF
WILDER 8:& DUVAL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

O 403-OOOR
521 R-08&6200 5166.95
LEWIS JAKE 8: LOLA
BHYVIEU HEIGHTS PB 1 PG 26
LOTS 9 ft 12 ORB 179/SO FR "
LEWIS
MAP. #B98


0473-000R'
522 R-0869000 $242.14
21.43 WATSON TERRY C 8:MDEBRA A
FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION TO
1 HIGHLAND VIEW PB PG 50 LOT
3) LESS W'LY 6 FT 8: LOT 2 ORB
174/515 FR WOOD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
ROLL)

0449 84-OOOR
01.89 5.23 R-0870100 186.38
MATHIS SANDRA
FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION TO
HIGHLAND VIEW PB-i PG 50 LOTS -
1 3i 4 8: 5 ORB 90/326 FR
JACKSON
ROLL) (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

,+.8 .04.46-02:R
524- .R-0878700 HX S47.45
GAINOUS BILLY LEE
1 S 26 T-7 R i1 300 X 132 FT
LOT BEING S/2 OF NE/4 OF NW/'+
OF GOVT LOT i'+
16 MAP #498B

045.56-00.R
5..54 525 R-0879900 HX 5530.98
STRICKLAND KARLTON 8: BEVERLY
2 S 26 T7 Rii 190.02 X 127.39
FT LOT IN NORTH 1/2 OF
LOT NORTHWEST 1/4 OF NE/4 OF
ORIG. 'GOV"T LOT 14 ORB 93/4E57
ROLL) (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


04+628-OOOR
5E26 R-OBSSEO0 S24O.6&O
MC KAY RANCE ,HEIRS OF
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 5
MAP #5OA
BLK B

04630-OOOR
E57 R-088700 $S283.77
GAINER MANSFIELD & CORA LEE
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB i
PG35 LOT 12 ORB 75/693
MAP SO5A
BLK B


04637-000R
528 R-0889500
GAINER MANSFIELD
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD
35 Ni/2 OF LOT 10
ORB 128/879 FR LEWIS
MAP# OA


04638-000R
.29 R-0889600
GAINER JERRY
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD
35 S/2 OF LOT 10
MAP #5OA.


$64.91

PB 1 PG



BLK B


s131.03

PB 1 PG-


BLK B

04640-OOOR
530 R-0889800 313.41
MC KELVY POLLY) HEIRS OF
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35. LOT 20
MAP #SOA
BLK B

04644-OOOR
531 R-0890200 HX S104.59
SMITH VIOLA
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 26 ORB 89/788 FR
HURLBUT
;MAP #StOA
BLK B

04650-O00R
.-532 R-0890700 S55.2.30
BOYER GEORGE E
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE' LOTS 14;
16i '1 8 &-20 ORB' 13/258 FR
WILLIAMS 8 FARRIS
MAP #5OA
EBLK 3

04704-O00OR
.*33 R-0895800 S326.19
LITTLE JAMES CURTIS 8 .
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 27
8& 29 ORB. 160/79 FR LEWIS EST.
MAP #5EOA
BLK 11

04711-OOOR
534 R-0896400 $1,'05.83
CWMPBELL WENDELL W.& VIRGINIA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 2 8:
4 ORB 124/160 FR THAMES
MAP #SOA
BLK 15i

O'+735-OOOR "
335' .R-0899100 687.57
REED DAVID S.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 19 ':
NW .7 FT OF LOT,21 ORB 147/95
FR STONE LESS NW.7 FT OF LOT
19 ORB .148/153 TO COSTIN .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

047E1-OOOR :
36 R-0901400 $ S230.60
CLRYTON JEFFREY
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 12
OPB 168/468 FR JOHNSON
MAP #50OA
E LK 18

04752-OOR .
; *7 R-09.015O.00 4C.7
JOHNSON JAMES G. 8- .UILLTHM H..
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 13 -
ORB 139/158 FR SCOTT'
,MAP #sOA
BLK 18

0476 -O00OR
?38 R-090..FOO 606.64''
HILL SHRA C
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 23
ORB 16i/E75. GC FR HILL
MAP #FEO
04 -OO BLK 18,


539 R-0909100 51i179.98
ST. JOSEPH Bu', CONSTRUCTION
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 11 ORB 117/687-88 FR
OUARLES
MAPt EON
S. BLK 24

04820-00OR
.E'+O R-0911500 HX '253.07
SlMNDERS WILLIAMS'T 8 TERESA A
CITY' OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS'14
8: 16 ORB 174/126 FR PRICE
MAP #EOA
BLK 26

'048. 1 OOP
Fli R-0916900 S423.29
WHITTINGTON DOUGLAS A.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 21
ORB 130/620 QC' FR WHITTINGTON
-MAP# EsOA
BLK 32

04866-0708
5 42 R-0922100 $321.98
BARNES JERRY KEITH
CITY OF PORT St. JOE
LOTS-9 & N/2 OF LOT 10 ORB
117/240 8: E/2 OF LOT 8 ORB 136
/605-6.FR SOWELL:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04876-OC.OR
543 R-09;-900 HX / S105.00
BLACK RICHARD W' 8: BARBARA J -
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N/2 OF,
:LOT'i ORB 170/468 FR BRINSON
MAP #tsOA
NA- BLK 36

bi+876-010R
. .44 R-0923000 5396.55
BLACK RICHARD W f BARBARA J
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE S/2 OF
LOT 16 ORB 170/468 FR BRINSON
MAP #5'OA
BLK 36


04898-001R
545 R-0925300 HX S$20.56
HOGAN RONNIE G. 8& JANET M.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 22 8:
E/2 OF LOT 20 PAGE 789 FROM
PEAVY
MAP #5OA OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK
BLK 37


04947-OOOR
5.46 R-0930800 HX S443.11
BODDYE RICHARD
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE S 100 FT
OF M 46 FT OF LOT 27 8: S 100
FT.OF LOT 29 ORB 170/272 FR
PARKER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


0495.0o-OOOR
5.47 .R-0931100 S504.77
ADAMS ANNIE B 8:
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE 32 FT
OFF S END OF LOTS 28 8: 30
ORB 160/172 30% INT TO JACGUES
MAP #EOA
BLK i41


04965-000R
5.8 R-0932800 HX S302.65&
COOPER CHARLES H JR & MARIAN M
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 12
& 14 ORB 133/741 FR JOHNSON
MAPt 15.6A
BLK '+2


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04987-000R
549 R-0934800 HX $3s1.72
LITTLE JAMES C. 8: DEBRA JONES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 7
ORB 120/iS FR BAXLEY
MAPtt 50A
BLK t3

0'+993-000R
550 R-0935400 HX E561.54
PRICE DEBRA ANN
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 13
ORB 165/243 FR LEWIS
MAP #50A
BLK 43

05003-OOOR
551 R-0936500 HX $300.26
HUGGINS MICHAEL W
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N 88 FT
OF LOT 3 ORB 153/863 FR
LITTLE
MAP# ESOA
BLK 44


05026-000R
552 R-0940000 S13
SHIRAH MARAGET D.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 17
SMAP #50OA
BLK *4

05027-00R
553 R-0940100 526
SMITH JOHN A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 19
ORB 164/929 FR SMITH
MAP #50A
BLK 4
05074-008R
55S R-0946600 HX S25.
HIEBER GEORGE E.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 11
8: 12
MAP #5OA`
BLK 50

05091-0OOR
555 R-0948400 S1,350
KERN PETER C.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ALL BLK 57 BEING A 320 X 420
FT PARCEL ORB 119/919 FR
HEALTH ENTERPRISES OF AMERICA
MAP# 50A


O18E-00OR
556 R-0957700
RAFFIELD RONALD C. &a
CITY'OF PORT ST. JOE
ORB 111/967 FR HAMM
180/664 FR RAFFIELD
MAP #50D


$730.16
PEGGY W.
LOT 9
8: ORB


BLK 65


05250-00OR
557 R-0965600 S562.21
CRANFORD WILLIAM H & RUTH P
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOT'-,3 ORB 161/14 FR PRICE
MAP# 5OD
BLK 76

*05127-OOOR
558 R-0966400 HX $58.76
WOODHAM GARY T. & SHARON E.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
i N 36 FT OF LOT 24 8: S 36 FT
OF, LOT 25 ORB 119/29 FR
NOPPIS ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


59 R-0969300 HX S404.67
CUMBIE JAMES W. JR. 8: SALLY AN
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
i LOTS 1 8:. 2 ORB 136/452 FR
HAMBY
MAP# SOA
BLK 78

OE3fl-OCOR
'EO0 R-097.000 'HX S242.00
RI'CHPDSON WELTER ALhN 4 .
ST. JOSEPH -1DDITION UNIT J0.
1 LOTS 10 8 11 ORB 107/628 FR
PEED (PPRRrSH)

"DBL.K 79

05(34EI-000P I, I '
T/ 8 -097E:00 1,119.03
LOC E BROPC:TEL M, MI.
T. ,-JOSEPH HC.DITTIi UpiT NO.
1 LOTS 3 &- '
M..? NE8',;
.. BLK 82


0 3E7-COP. R
r6- R-0976400 HX $S494.49
LinrTON AMwNDr ROSE
ST. JOSEPW ADDITION UhIT NO.,
1 W 5/7 OF LOT 11 UNREC.
AGREEMENT FR SMITH
MAP) EODo
BLK 83

05363-OOOR ,
563 R-0977000 HX 543.05E
SMITH CHARLES B JR & KELLY B
ST. ,JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT .NO.
1 LOT 9 &: S 1I FT OF-LOT 8 e '.
ORB 1E9/64 FR RISH .
MAP# 50A
BLK .84

ET376-o0 .'
E64 R-0978300 HX $439.29
POWELL JAMES P".' TAMMY 'T
ST. JOSEPH w.-ETTIOI4 UNIT NO.
I LOT 1 ORB 11i/104?. FR GAY
MAP .#500 -
BLK 85
OT 3?4 -CoOR
565 R-0980100 HX S410.77
WALKER RICHARD V
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO1
1 LOT i & N/2 OF LOT 2 ORB
171/62 QC FR WALKER
MAP) )50A
BLK 86

05462-O0OR
566 R-0989900 S719.13
BRAGDON MATTIE L.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 20 ORB 113/964 FR BRAGDON
BLK 90
MAP#. SOD 8: 68C

O5481-OOOR-
567 R-0q'-18'- H. S265.75.
AMBROSE 0.,-VID LEE ET UX
ST. JOSEPHM 14[['ITIO[LN UNIT NO.
2 LOT 1'P OPB 78/314
MAP #5OD
BLK 91

05502-000R
568 R-0993900 HX '236.18
DOWNUM 'JAMES 8: SHEILA,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
2 LOT 18, ORB 160/92 FR
SASSER
MAP# OD
BLK 92

05637-000R
E69 R-1010900 $23,026.72
GULF PINES HOSPITAL, IAC.,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
9 LOT 1 2.173 AC M/L BEING
GULF PINES HOSPITAL ORB
128/398-99 FR PROVIDENT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


05639-004R
570 R-i01ii400 HX Si20:
RINEHART DOROTHY F
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
9 LOT 8:. N/2 OF LOT 6 ORB
162/569 FR RINEHART
MAP 8#50D


05664-000R
572 R-1014600 HX
OWENS STEVEN HARRELL:
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
9 LOT 10 ORB 144/791-92 0
FR OWENS
MAP# OD
BLK i

05672-000R
573 R-1015i00
BOWEN KARL H 8: SHERRIE J
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
9 LOT 4 ORB 177/132 FR.
BARBEE
MAP 50OD
BL

05681-360R
574 R-1027600
ST. JOE FOREST PRODUCTS C
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT
12 LOT 12 ORB 109/440 FR
JOE INDUSTRIES XNC.
MAP# OD


BLK 129
.20
OE681-365R
575 R-1027700 S207.74
ST. JOE FOREST PRODUCTS CO.
6 ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
12 LOT 13 ORB i09/440 FR ST.
JOE INDUSTRIESi INC.
.13 MAP# SOD"
BLK 129

05681-448R
576 R-1029300 HX 'S1,131.62
6 ,PHRRISH NORMNH T 8. TOMMIE J
ST. JOSEPH 'DDrTION UNIT J0O.
1i. LOT 15 ORB 147/400-401 FR
ST JOE FOREST FRUC. CO.
MAP# 50D
BLK 130

S o05690-OO0OR
577 R-1031400 $14 9.09
GANT ERNEST ET AL
.22 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 17 & 19 ORB 79/19
MAP #50B


BLK 1001

05692-OOOR
578 R-103i600' 'S276.27
CHILDS RUTH-
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.:
LOT 20 ORB 96/476-478 BC FR.
DAWSONS & CORBETT ORB 96/893
FR MCDONALD ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05694-000R
579 R-1031800 S650.47
BEWEY MARGARET
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG. ,
LOT 22 ORB 92/352 FR BEWE.
MAP #50B
BLI 1001

05715-00OOO
580 8-1034300 S80.Es
DAWSON JESSE I
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 17
MAP #SOA
".. BL.. 1002

05716-0,OR
581 R-1034400. S82.05
DAVIS ROSA L.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 18 ORB 110/F1/3 FR LqHNTON
/JACKSON (LIFE ESTATE RES.)
MAPS OA '
BLK 1002

05776-OOOR .
582 R-1040900 $ 5S16.20
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R. '
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
-LOTS 14, 16, i8, W/2 LOT 20
ORB 81/711.&f,LESS E/2
LOT 20 ORB. 143/531 TO MILLER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05789-OOOR
583 R-1043100 % SO0s.
STEPP ':HPLER '"'
CITY OF PCT iT. JOEOR
LOT E
MAP #50A
SE I BLI: 10

0O791-0'0R
EB4 R-1043300 0..
MORNING BEH
CITY' OF PGRT'ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 8
MAP #50OA
SBLK 1006

05796-OOOR
85 RR-i043800 S46.27
BEWEY MARGARET
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
S/2 OF LOT 12
MAP #50OA


BLK


100Q6


OE8OO-00OR
F86 R-1044100 H) : 5408.20
JONES COLORIDO HrLL ET VIR
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT'16
MAP #50A
BLK 1006

OF804-00OR
587 R-1044600 146.
JONES LESA a. 8- RmY 0. LI ELY
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG. .
LOT 20 ORB 124/5Er FR'JONES '
EST.,
MAP# 50A
DBLX 100:6

0581S-001R
E88 R-1045700 $326.41
PITTMAN DONELL'
MILLVIEW ADON. UNIT '1
PBR PG 33 N 31' OF LOT 1
ORB 128/961 FR PETERS
MAP# 49C"

0819-000R
589 R-1046200 :S400.933
LEWIS ALPHONSO .
MILLVIEW ADON UNIT i PB 1 PG
33 LOT 4 ORB 151/609-611 FR
EST. OF JOHN 8: MARIE LEWIS
MAPS 49C
BLK 1007

OE820-001R8
E90 R-1046400 HX S157.63
BP'.'YNT ROBERT S : '
MILLVIEW D"t4N UNIT 1 PBD 1 PG
:33 LOT 10 0. E 19 FT OF.LOT 8
ORB 161/.'3F FR JIM WALTER.
HOMES INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGIL SEE Tw, ROLL

05821-001iR
E91 P-104-6,30- $309.06
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R8.
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i PB 1. PG
33 LOT 13
MAP 49D
BLK 1007

05827-000R 8'
E92 R-10i7400 $135.98
QUINN DESMOND
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1 PG
33 LOT 18 LESS W 31 FT
ORB 172/339 FR SMITH
MAP #499D


1.69


BLK 118


0-650-000R -,
571 R-1012800 HX $S1 l047.53
GAINNIE GEORGE 8: RUBY L
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
9 LOT 2 ORB 14-5/292-93 FR
BIETENHOLZ
MAP# 50D
BLK 1:20


BLK


05834-000R
593 R.-1048100
SPANN MATTIE
MILLVIEW ADDON UNIT 1 PB 1
33 LOT 8
MAP #49D


05862-00OR
SS173.9S E9- R-1050900s $35.,24
S CORBETT NAOMI 8: DORTHEPR
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT I PB I PG
NO, 33 WESTERLY 25 FT OF LOT 14
DC ORB i8/E:19 (LIFE ESTATE)
MAP #49Q
12 BLK 1009
05862-O,?OR
0596 R-05100 5$127.76
S959. 99 PACE OLLIE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT I PB 1 PG
NO. 33 LOT 16 ORB SO/E98 TO 1K0ATIE
IRENE MOXLEY (LIFE ESTATE
RESERVED)
K 122 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
05863-OOOR
207 597 R-105Ei200 S318.11.
_o.077+ ALLAN ETHEL (MRS.)
C.- MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT I PB 1 PG
NO. 33 LOT 17 8: E 27FT OF LOT IS
ST.. MAP #49D


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05873-OOOR
598 R-1052400 HX 5128.31
BUINN,-CYNTHIA .
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i PB 1..PG
33 LOT 7 ORB 146/215 FR LESLIE
MAP # 49D
BLK 1010

05889-OOOR
599 R-1054000 $276.27
JULIUS-EDDIE 8: DIANA
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 2 'PB 'I PGS
.46 8: 47 LOT 28 ORB 1E5/463
FR PACE
MAP# 49D
BLK, 1010,

05899-000R
600 R-1055000 $287.71
LESLIE RAWLIS D & SHARION Y
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i PB i PG
33 LOTS 8i10si)2 14)
ORB is8/255-256 FR CITY OF-PSJ
LESS ORB 169/105 TO HILL 8:
(FOR FiURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05900-O00R
601 .R-1055500 255,.05
LARRY R. Ci & ANNIE MAE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1 PG
33 LOT I ORB 75/441
MAP#' 49
BLK 1012

05907--OOOR
602 R-1056100 5S29.74
PITTMAN AMOS
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i PB i PG
33 S 67 FT LOT 8' 8 o
UNRE':. BC FR HURLBURT
MH4P '+D50
BLK' tL0 r


05907-OO5R
603 R-1056200
PITTMAN AMOS
MILLVIEW HL'DN UNIT
8 LESS S 67 FT ORB
HUALBURT
M,,P# 49D


$308.28

NO.i LOT
114/569 FR .


BLK 1012


OE913-00R
604 R-1056900 HX l198.12'
DHWSON DARION A. 8 GWENDOLYN
MILLVIEW ADEDN UNIT 1 PB I PG
33 LOT 16 ORB 115/105 FR
PETERS
MAP #4-9D-
BLK 1012

0_9.3-00OR
605 R-1057900 HX 5569.-8
NICKSON DONALD M. 8: JC:OUELINE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO 1 PB i
PGS 46 & 47 LOTS 16 8' 18 ORB
96/E34 FR PETERS
M-P # 49D -
BLK.1014

0S931-OOOR
606 R-10 8800 HA $363.33
BOONE CECIL R. 8 CONNIE PHILON
MILLVTEW DDN UNIT 110 PB 1
PGS 46 a& 47 LOTS 8 8: 10
ORB .135/460-61 FR EST. OF .
ARMANDA BOONE.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


OF9E:-O00P P
607 R-1060900 *-82.05
JULIUS D[IaNE P. ET AL ,:
MILLVIEW. ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
PB 1 PGS 46 & 47 LOT 11
ORB 1:E/4 FR ROSH LEE PACE
BYRD EST.
(FOR.FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05959-000R
608. R-1061600 Si1.21*
JULIUS DIWHE P.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
PB I PGS 46 & 47 LOT 19 ORB
108/986-7 FR BYRD HEIRS
MAP# SOA '
S ;'BLK 1016


OF969-000R
609 R-106-600
SIMS DAN EST. C/O MwRY SI
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT MN
PB 1 PG05 6 8. 47 W/I OF L
MRP IOA '.


0t007-OOR
610 R-1066:00 HX :
SIV-ELY RAY 0. 8 HMINNTE
SMILLVTEW ADDITION UNIJI NT
LOT 14 '8 W/2 OF LOT 16- PB
PGS 46 8 47
.MoP# 5FOH


06014-00OR8
6 1 R-i066900 HX
MC GEE DELORES M
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO
LOT 24+ PB 1 PGS 46 '47
ORB 154/37 FR BRYANT
MAP# 50A
BLK i

06027-001R
612. R-1068100 HX
TAYLOR CHRISTINE P
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NC
PB 2 PG 53 LOT 2 ORB I1
FR TAYLOR
MAP# 50A
BLK 102


06027-006R 8
613 R-1068E500HX
JENKINS DONALD L. 8: SHELL
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NC
LOT.7 PB 2 PG 53 ORB 124/
110i FR ST. JOE FOREST PP
MAP# 50 A


BL3K


06027-009R
614:. R-1068800 ,- 91
JULIUS EDDIE JR
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3'
LOT 10 PB 2 PG 53
ORB 163/203 FR JULIUS III
MAP# 50A '
BLK 102-


1007 06027-014R
615 R-1069300. HX $209.13
BAILEY VERNELL
S474.63 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO, 3
LOT 15 PB 2 PG 53 ORB 127/570-
I PG 571 FR ST. JOE'FOREST PROD. CO
MAP# 50OA


.BLK 1008


OE853--OOOR
F59 8-1050000
BYRD PORTIA LEE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 2 PB '
33 LOTS 30 8 32
MAP #49D0
B L.K


BL)K 1020


06027-01.R
S546.26 616 R-1069500 HX 5178
HUNTER VERONICA
I PG MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 17 PB 2 PG 53 ORB 130/977
FR ST. JOE FOREST PROD. CO.
: 1008 MAP#. 50A


1420.66
[MS

LOT 2

1017


11374+..34


1


1018


06028-0OOR
617 R-1069900 HX $169.52
THOMAS VALERIE ANN 8:
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
PB 2 PG 53 LOT i ORB 171/61
0C FR JONES
MAP) 50AO
BL.K 10:21

06028--006R
618 R'-1070400 S91.18
GARLAND HOWARD JR 8: ROSA LEE
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 7 ORB 167/793 IR GARLAND
PB 2 PG 53
MAP# ESOA
BLK 1021

06028-011R
619 R-1070800 HX S242.87
THOMAS MARY L.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 12 8: N/2 OF LOT 14 ORB
92/247 FR ST JOE LD 8: DEV CO
PB 2 PG 53 8: ORB 127/1070 C
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06051-007R
620 R-1075600 HX 259.24
BAILEY CARL E. 8: BARBARA R.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 7 PB 2 PG 53 ORB 137/1044-
49 FR ST. JOE FOREST PROD,. CO,
MAP# 50A
BLK 1024

06051-008R ,
621 -*1 07'r700 S168.88
LEWIS MI.-:HEL B. MONICA F.'
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. '3
PB 2 PG 53. LOT 8'8:10
ORB 139/297-98 FR ST. JOE
FOREST PRODUCTS COMPANY"
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX' ROLL)

06051-012R
622 R-1076100 HX $264.60
WATKINS HARLEY L 8: MARY.M
MILLVIEW NE,.DJTION LiirT NO., 3.
PB : POG 3 LOTS t.
ORB 145/767 FR BUICK
MAP# 50A
BLK 1024

06154-000R
623 R-1086300 HX .. S40.65
CHTSM LILLY L.
OH4 GROVE SUBD PB i PG 12
LOTS E, 7, 9, 11, 8: 13
ORB 143/3EO TO WALDEN 8:
LEAVELL (LIFE ESTATE RESERVED)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 'TAX ROLL)


0656-0OOR
624 R-1086500
CAREFOOT DAVID J. 8:
OW GROVE SUBD PB 1
S'LY 93.F- FT OF LOT
1/BLSE FR HEATH
MwP t.1-


$48.95
DEBRA A.
PG 12
16 ORB


BLK .


0616O-OOOR
625 R-(t86900 S204.92
RABB FLOY'D 8 VERA MAE
OAK GROVE SUBD PB i PG 12 N
30 FT OF LOTS 16.& 18
UNREC. AA.FR FUSELIER
M"Pt ElF
M- .1 .. BLK 5"

06-36-0OOR
62-6 R-109F700 S 1981.1i4
PEOPLE'S FIRST FINwCIi-.L 3 8:- L
S CS T 8 R 11 336.114 m-:
ORB 176/286 FR MILLER, TRUSTEE
MPP9 E-A

06236-1068
627 R-t9C63CO $137.13
GULF VIwTTrON INC.
S 25 T 8 R il .819 AC M/L
BEING 218 FT ON CESSNA DR
ORB 142/993-997 FR COSTIN
AVIATION INC. a' ORB 163/131-
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06246-OOR ,
628 R-1102400 $339.E1
BUH ERT I'ENNETH 8: PATRl IA.
5 36 T'58 8, t .-S 1C l/L
PARCEL ON --30 BEING S5V-H-
LOT HOWE) ORB iEE1 '73-,94 FR
:COMBS
MHPN 52-0

061/4-001 P
629 R-liOZBOO S1,693.95!
PEOPLE'S FIRST FTINAN,:iL S 8: L
53a T R11 1iE3.61 AC M/L THAT
PORTION OF SEC 36 LESS S'L.'
309Z.22 FT IN ORB 100/678 FR
TAPPER LESS SOLD 8a LESS IN '.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06249-0oi3R
630 R-1104700
WwLKER RRNDALL
ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES UN:
ONE PB 3 PGS 1a', 2 LOT 13
.ORB 171/896'FR NATIONS
MAP .#52D


0625.-OOR
631 R-1109300O
BURKERT KENNETH & PATRIC
S 36 T 8 R 1i 122.5 FT BA
FRONT 857 FT mV DEPTH OR
172/879 FR SMITH-
MhP H E5.DE

0" O ,,7-0(.bK
632 R-1116-00
WISE WILLIE D.
'ENNDCLIFF TOWNHOUSE' ULh'
4 ORB 180/840 FR
MAP -19B


06.67-009P. .
S177.51 633 R--1l16300 S%409.27
WISE WILLIE :D. & '
3. 2 S4NDC-LIFF TOWNHOUSES UNIT NO.
5 ORB 180/849 FR SKAGGS
MAP# 190

lOiS 06267-0iOR
634 .R-1116400 $410.77
ROGERS EDGAR A. JR. 8. JANENA C
SANDCLIFF TOWNHOUSES UNIT NO.
$463.38 '6 ORB 130/984-86 FR
PEACOCK ET AL
MAP# 19D
4.9/39.
06267-01iR 8
635 R-11i6500 $409.27
0 WISE WILLIE' D0
1SANDCLIFF TOWNHOUSES. UNIT NO.
7 ORB 180/159 FR MC GEE
r170.2 MAP# 198
.Y M o.1 .6/-235R
3 3 636 R-1118100 $1,420.50
119 0- MELENDtZ EFRIAN 8: CARLA J
.o0, CAPE SHOALS II TOWNHOUSES
UNIT H ORB 110/62 FR MURPHY 8:
1020 ORB 175/231 FR FERRAND
MAP# 18C


.18 06268-036R
637 R-ii23300 $242.40
BEACHWALKER PROPERTIES. P.C.
S 7 T 9 R 11
BEING LOT 3 ORB 180/56 QC FR
NOEL
0 MAP# isC.


06268-039R
638 R-11i23600 277.85
BEACHWALKER PROPERTIES P.C..
5 7 T 9 R 11
BEING LOT 6 ORB, 180/56 GC FR
NOEL ,
MAP# 18C;


06268-042R
,53 6,39 R--:i23900 5:279?.35
BEACHWALKER PROPERTIES; P.,C.
S 7 T 9 R ii .E: AC M/L
BEING LOT 2'AS PER SURVEY
99.39 X 220 FT ON C--30E
ORB 180/56 i: FR NOEL
0 MAP# 18,C


06268-121R
640 R-1127500 $575.99
BARBER JAY 0.
S 18 T 9 R 11
102 X 422 FT PARCEL;
BEING LOTS 2,3,4,S ORB 129/
425 FR MAY LESS LOT I ORB 129/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
06268-418R
641 R-.1131000 Si,385.49
MILLS RICHARD E. 8: DOROTHY M.
5 20 T 9 R ii LOT 4.
ORB 130/526-28 FR SAN BLAS
VILLAS
MAP# 19D

06268-E52P
642 R-1132500 .722..40
ANSLEY PATRICIA S
S 6 T 9 R 11
100 FT BAYFRONT; 355.735 FT
ORB.1i7/258 FR COOLEY 8: ORB
98.99 FT ON C-30 ; 458.7 FT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06268-554R
643 R8-132700 465.43
SAVELL NORMAN
S 6 T 9.R 11 1.9620 AC M/L
50 FT BAY FRONT; 836.6285 FT
AV DEPTH BEING TRACT 5 ORB
155/613-614 FR COOLEY
MAP#) 6A

06268-E55R
6 44 R-1132800Q S465.43
GARDNER JAMES E &8 ANN L
S T 9 R 11 .9620 AC M/L
50 FT BAY FRONT; B3B.11 FT
DEPTH BEING TRACT 6
ORB 1EE/574-575 FR COOLEY
MAP# 6A


06269-003R
645 R-1136000 51 808.08
COUCH DECK F.
SAN BLnS ESTATES PB 3 PGS 20i
21 8: 22 LOT 3 2,79 AC ORB'
82/738 122 FT GULF FRONT ORB
96/171 & ORB 113/641 FR COUCH
MAP# 19B

06269-300R
646 R-1142400 53i4.79'
BLANCHUM PATRICIA LET AL
SAN BLAS ESTATES ,
122 X 160 PORTION OF LOT 2
ON SR 30, ORB 125/66 FR CAPE
SANDS INC.
MAP# 19B

06269-314R
647 R-tl'13F0 S917.35
PARKER ROBERT D 8: S','LVI1 A
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2J1-1
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLA5
ESTATES SUBD. .ORB 131/721-22'
FR GRErT WESTERN BuNK & ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE THX ROLL)

06269-23LP
648 R-1l44'OO S29.72'
SAMPLES RICHARD E. 8.AL.YN
CAPE SHNDS LANDING UNIT 2P-2
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLA5 .
ESTATES SUBD. ORB 104/769-
MnPtP 158
06Z74-004R
649 R-1148700 S146.42'
WISE RICK R. JOHNN
S 14 T 9 PR ii
-BEING LOT 4
ORB 137/1002-3 FR TREASURE
SHORES, LTD.


06174-028R
60 R-110EO900 : .146.42
MI: DONALD JNMES W ET AL
S14 T ? R 11 .
BEING PARCEL E '
ORB 147/111 FR TREgSURE SHORES

(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06274-036R
El R-115i600 : S146.4
J JOHr(SON PHILLIP S.
S 14 T 9 R 11 -
BEING PiRCEL 18A
ORB 138/3.7-.1 FR BAYCO DEV.
CO:. INGC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE THX ROLL)


06274-130R
652 R-1153400
SIMS MwRTHA D-NKS
TREASURE BAY
LOT F: ORB 137/Z68 FR TRE
HOPES LIMITED
MAP)#) U
DLH


06274-i3R
6-3 R-t113500
8IN.4 D' DNWS fENNETH L.
iT TREASUREE BAY
.IT LOT 6 ORB 136/100-2I FR
TREASURE SHORES LIMITED
M-.P# 4 .


BLK A


$769.65
IA A
AY
B


$409.27

T NO,
FULTZ


BLK A,

05274-155R
654 P-1153900 S164.15
BUR)ERT kENNETH 8. P4aTRICIA
TREASURE BAY
LOT 10 ORB 174/368 FR
I ENDRIC,'
MAPS 4 ;
BLK.A '


06274-20S
659 R-11 900 S390.10
BENNETT BOBBY
TREASURE BY '
LOT 1 ORB 131/852 FR TREASURE
SHORES LTD'& 8 ORB 165/481 BC FR
BENNETT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06274-250R
6S6 R-IiS5800 S. 390.
CULLEN JOHN'F ET AL
TREASURE BAY
LOT 10 ORB 143/883 FR TREASURE
SHORES LTD
MAP# 54


BL)


K C


$164.:


I


06277-01SR
662 R--i64000 S158.12
MELVIN WAYNE 8: RUTH
S 12 T 9 R-il
LOT 3 ORB 161/58 FR TREASURE
SHORES LTD
MAP# 53
BLK VII
06277-OEOR
663 R-1164700 15E8.12
JONES TODD 8: EDWARD
S 12 T 9 R i1
LOT 10 ORB 163/727 FR TREASURE
SHORES LTD
MAP# 53
BLK VII

06288-033R
664 R-1167400 53,05.69
HILL EUGENE A 8: EUGENIA C
S 22 T 9 R 11 198 FT GULF
FRONT; 66 FT BAY FRONT;
LESS 100 FT C-30E R.W. ORB
166/237.FR PLIER & ORB 166/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06288-00R -
665 R-1167800 52,118.94
HILL EUGENE A & EUGENIA
S 22 T 9 R 11 132 FT GULF
FRONT; 132 FT BAY'FRONT; 2100
FT DEPTH M/L, EXCEPTING 100
FT IN SR -30E R/W ORB 173/919
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06288-550R
666 R-1169600 S311.79"
WHEELER.FREDRICK J ET AL
SSAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 10 .ORB 173/464 FR NEAL
MAP, 35D


06288-580R'
667 R-1i70200 S223.18
WHEELER FRECDRICF' J ET AL
SHN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 16 ORB 173/464 FR NEAL
MAP#' 35D,

06288-61OR
668 R-1170800 51 .87.73
WHEELER FREDRICK J ET AL
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 22 ORB 173/4774 FR NEAL
MAP 3D .


06288-620R
669 R-1"11000
GORDON GAIL LEE
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 2,. ORB 180/491 FR
TRUSTMARY.-
MAP# 351


$189.23


062B-630R
670 R-1171200 S187.73
WHEELER FREDRICK J ET AL
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 26 ORB 173/464 FR NEAL
MAP# 35D


06288-63R -
671 R-1171300
GORDON GAIL LEE
SAN BLAS PLANTATION'
LOT 27 ORB 180/491 FR
TRUSTMP.RK
MAP# 3ED


S189.23'


06288-64ER
.672 R-1171500 S187.73
WHEELEP FREDRICK J ET AL
SAN BLAST PLANTATION
LOT.29 ORB 173/464 FR NEAL
MAP#.35D

*06288-6606
673 R-t171800 161.s.
WHEELER FREDRICK J ET AL
SAN BLAST PLANTATION
LOT 32 ORB 173/464 FR NEAL
MAPS 310

06288-66E-R
674 R-117i900 5161.15
WHEELER FREDRICK J ET AL
SAN BLwS PLANTATION
LOT 33 ORB 173/464 FFl NEwL
MAP# 351, *

06289-6470R "
,679 8-1172000 -'$161.F1
WHEELER FPEDPRICK J ET AL
S5N BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 34 ORB 173/464 FR NEAL,
MAP# 3ED


06289-0+40R.
:ASURE 676. R-1173100 ,1,431.30
'BRITTLE'PARK T. ;&.PHYLLIS W.
5 22 T 9 R i1 00. FT BU,'
A FRONT; BEING W 300 FT OF E
790.27 FT OF GOVT LOT 3 LYING
N OF CORD 30-E ORB 105/816 FR
S64.l (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06291-210R
677 R-1182800 1S,292.45
HIGHLmND TRUST ..
SURFSIDE EUT-TES, UNRE':.
.LOT 42 ORB 148/593-F97 FR
SHERWOOD FURNITURE IND. IN'C.
MAP# 3ED

06291-Z3ER
678 R-1183300 $1.290.95
SPOHRER HELEN TOWNSEND .
SSURFSIDE ESTH4TES. LINRE.:.
LOT 47 ORB 190/495 FP GORDON
S. .MAP) *3.ED.. .... .',

06295-000R '
679 R-118i4-"00 S604.71
RAFFIELD DONNY L.
S 1 T 9 R 11 196.23 FT BAY,
FRONT ; 03 FT DEPTH M/L ALSO
SUBMERGED, PARCEL TO BIJUL HEAD
LINE 2:64.16 FT AV CEEPTH ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06320-002R
680 R-1188300: Sl,165.49
GOWEN THOMAS B.
SS 24 T 9 R 11 100.32 FT GULF
FRONT; 538 FT DEPTH M/L BEING
LOT 2 ORB 83/799 FROM
COSTABELLA
MAP# D .


06276-004R 06320-025R
657 R-iiS7300 $2,267.79 681 R-1189300 $1,433,.08
KELLEY-JAMES ', M MARTS THAYER M .
KS24 TLLEY JAMES M 81 37.5 FT GULF
.CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE & FRONTAGE 705 FT AVE. DEPTH
BAYSIDE TRACTS 1.15 AC ORB B EING TRACK T 3 OF 3 OF LOT 10
106/9844S FR HERRING PB 3 PGS:! BEING TRACT 3 OF 3 OF LOT 10
106/98- FR HERRING PB 3 PORB 95/68 FR CAPITAL,COASTAL.
24 24As 249B 24C (FOR FURTHER LEGmL SEE TAX ROLL)
.MAP# 19D0


062-76-OO0R
67e R-11E7400 729.48
KARASKI STEPHEN J.
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
BAYSIDE TRACT 5 1.24 AC
ORB 10i/508-516 FR FLM TITLE &
MORTG. PB 3 PGS 24.4A, 24 8&
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06276-016R
659 R-1158100 S1,416.34
SHOLAR RAYMOND E.
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE &a
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 24, 24A, 24B
8: 24C TRACT 16 1.89 AC ORB
83/533 8: ORB 11i/1023-25 FR
FLA. TITLE 8: PARTNERS, INC.

06276-019R
660 R-1158300 S675.57
DANKS KENNETH
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8:
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 24, 24A, 24B-
8: 24C TRACT 19 1.92-AC ORB
S3/525 8: ORB 114/514 TD FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06276-026R
661 R-159000 S710.22
HARRISON ROBERT A
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE ft
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 24, 24A, 248
8: 24C LOT B OF TRACT 26
ORB 151/954 FR YATE5 8: ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06320-125R
682 R-1190600 HX S3.-980.69
OLSON STEPHEN G 8: SANDRA
S 24 T 9 R t 100 FT GULF
FRONT; 432.S1 FT AV DEPTH
BEING PARCEL'A OF SURVEY
REC'D ORB i1/599-600 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE;TAX ROLL)

06321-680R
683 R-196300 5279.35
DOBBINS BRADLEY J. 8& CHARLOTTE
GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT
37 ORB 123/801-802 CD FR JOSEY
ET AL
MAPt)) .5.

BLK A

06322-008R
684 R-1198300 HX 52,681.22
CULLEN JOHN F. & GINGER K.
S 24 T 9 R 11 100,02 FT GULF
FRONT; 542 FT DEPTH M/L ORB
132/284-85 FR PRESTWOOD
MAP# 540


06345-075R
685 R-12025-00 S2,s51.50
MALOY MIKE
S 36 T 8 R 12 8.75 AC M/L
419.46 FT BAY FRONT, 1837.8
2 FT AVG DEPTH ORB 127/711-
12 FR GILMORE & LESS .25 AC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


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Page 6 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FL 32457 May 9, 16, and 23, 1996


06345-076R
686 R-1202600 5949.969
SUMMERS JACK & MIKE MALOY
S 36 T 8 Ri2 .25 AC I/L
100.04 X i10 FT PARCEL ON SR
30E ORB 12?9/267-9 FR.HANNON
ET AL & ORB 1S9/201 1/2 INT FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
06345-08ER
687 R-1202900 $S43.68
MALOY MIKE ET AL
S 36 T 8 R 12 .85 AC M/L
75 FT BAY FRONTAGE; 509,85
ORB 142/819-21 AA FR MALOY
MAP# 5D
0634E-086R
688 R-1203000 S2i6.8E
PEACOCK EMORY 8 t)ANCY 1-
S 36,T 8 R it SAC M/L
104.40 X 208.34 FT BEING 'LOT 8
ORB '-160/95 AA FR MALOY ET
AL
MAP# SD


06345-301R
689 R-1205500 52,134
HEALY JAMES M 8: SARA B
BARRIER DUNES .UNIT NO. i ORB
140/909 BC FR TURNER 8: ORB 17
/306 COC FR TURNER
MAP#) EA
06345-334R
690 R-1208800 $2)ii9
HAAS MARSHALL H. ET AL
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NOi 34
ORB 119/849 FR'BARRIER DUNES
CORP.
MAP# SEA
0634S-337R
691 R-1209100, S171
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.,
37 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# EAG
06345-338R
692 R-1209200 S171
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
38 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB t48/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# GA
06345-339R
S693 R-1209300 '171,
"HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
39 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# A
06345-3L7OR.
694 R-'109'0O0 S171
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNTIL NO.
40 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 4148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# EA
0634 -347R
69 5 R-1210100 S171.
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
S 47, BEING PARCEL "H",
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# 5A
06a34E-34aR
696 R-1IlOZOO S171,
H-IBISCUS-BY-THE-SER
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
4 8 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP#M EA
S 0O314-3'4R
697 R- i-10300 0171.
HIBISUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
49 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# GH
_ 034F-3EOR
699 R-!i1'lO.) 1-5171.
HIBISUS-BY-THE-SEH
BuLRRTER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
- EO BEING PARCEL '"H"
-. ORB 14e/680 FR BkRRIER DUNES
S MAP" SA G


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06345-388R
709 R-1214200 5%'+
SAR HOLDINGS INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4- ORB 162:/396 FR
MATTINGLY
MAP# GA
PARCEL "D"

06345-389R
710 R-12l+300 5E4
SAR HOLDINGS IN,'
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT E ORB 162/396 FR
MATTINGLY
MAP)t GA


PARCEL "D"
06&35-392R
711 R-i214600 '$4E6.8B
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 8 ORB 148'+S/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP#) EA
PARCEL "D"
06345-394R
712 R-1214800 456.58
RUDNICK JAMES hi
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER,
DUNES LOT 10 ORB' 15/632-633
FR BARRIER DUNES DEV. CORP.
MAP# EAA
PARCEL, "D"


06345-39SR
713 R-1214900 S $A6,E8
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 11 ORB 148/A80-692
FR FLOWERS
.51 MAP# GA
PARCEL "ElD"
06345-399R
7.14 R-121B300 S190.73
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
.DUNES LOT 4 ORB 148/680-692
L.8i FR FLOWERS
MAP# SA
PARCEL "E"
06345-400R'
71. R-i2i400 $190.73
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
t51 DUNES LOT 5 148/680-692 FR
FLOWERS
MAP# SA
PARCEL "E"


0634-401RiR
7:16 R-12*SE00O S190.73
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 6 ORB 1'+8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP) 5A
PARCEL "E"
0634E-L402'R
7:17 R-1215600 S190.73
HIB ISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 7 ORB i'+B/&80-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# EA
PARCEL "E"
06345E-'+1i 7
7:1.8 R'-1217j00 $1.0063
HIB3ISCUS-P Y-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 1 ORB 1i.8/680
MAP# SA
PARCEL "J"

0634-E-418R
719 R-1217200 5100.63
HIB ISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 2 ORB 1'8"/680
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "J".
0635E-419R
720 R-i:217300. 100.63
HI.BISCUS-BY-THE-SEA I'INC
*CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 3 ORB 1i'8/680
MAP# 5A
PARCEL "J"

063+S5-'+:2OR
72i R-1217'00 5 100.63
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SSEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB .1.8/680
MAP# EAA
PARCEL "J"

0634E5-4:2iR
7:22 R-1217E500 5100.63
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC:
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT E ORB 14t8/680
MAP)) EA
PARCEL "J"'

04345-'+34R
723 R-1218800 SI220.99
MORGAN CRlIG M 8: PAMELA A-
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. i34
ORB 142/786 FR BARRIER DUNES
CORP.
MAP)# SA


063'95-'+73R
'724 R-i220700 2.;133.04
PAPP JANOS
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 173
,ORB 131/11 FR FONVIELLE
MAP# EA
063945-635R
725 R-1:223700 5S. 686.79
GRANT JAMES W. 8: GRADY W.
SEACLIFF UNIT F BLDG A
ORB 116/370 FR ALLIANCE GRO
UP MAP t SA
BLDG A
06345-71R
726 R-i225600 52322.66
CHASTAIN VICTORIA F
S 2E.T 8 R 12 ,978 AC M/L
UNIT R-2;.10.S58 FT GULF FRONT
ORB 171/469 FR FLA TITLE 8:
M"ORTG,
MAP# EA
063.45-780R
727 R-1226300 S194+8.79
HICKMAN CAROL C
S, 25 T 8 R 12 .70 AC: M/L
UNIT R-9; 91 FT GULF FRONT
ORB 171/478 FR FLA TITLE 8:
PARTNERS INC.
'I",P 1 GA
'0635-880RR
728 R-iT27100 22S2H.68
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
S 25 T 8 R 12i
F-13 SECLUDED DUMES
ORB 148/680 FR FLOWERS
MAP# SA

063H.-945ER
,729 R-li227500 2,964.30
, HICKMAN BART
'S 2E T 8 R 12 .83 AC M/L
108.15 FT GULF FRONT; '+00.78
FT AV DEPTH ORB 171/873 FR
PARKER
MAP#s EA


06346-OOR
730 R-1227800 HX 432.12
SUMMERS WALTER J 8: CHERYL W
S 36 T B R 12
LOT 1 SANDBAR BAY SUBj UNREC
ORB 166/77 CWD FR MALOY
MAP# ED
06346-03ER
731 R-12i'2800 S186.7H4
EHRMAN JOHN 8: GALE
S 36 T 8 R .12
LOT 7 SANDBAR BAY SUBi UNREC
ORB 1.531/8E', C FR HANNON 8:
STUBBS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06346--055R
732 R-i228800 18sE.24
PEACOCK BILLY YON
S 36 T S R 12
LOT 11 SANDBAR BAY SUB) UNREC
ORB 161/107 FR MALOY ET AL
MAP# ED,
063'+9-016R
'733 R--1230900 $564.94
SMITH CHARLES L. 8: GARY. L,
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB 3 ,
PG 11 LOT 16.0RB 86/897
MAP, #ED
BLK A

r 06349-090R
734 R-12334H0 E522.76
YARBROUGH DEENEE
PENINSULA ESTATES-SUBD PB 3
PG 11 LOT 1 ORB 1:22/248-52 FR
ATKINSON ET AL
MAP# SD
BLK D

063'49-091.R
738 R-1233500 E252.76
YARBROUGH DEENEE
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB 3
PG 11' LOT :2. ORB 122/24S-.2 FR
ATKINSON ET AL
MAP)t 5D
BLK D


06349-092R
736 R-1233600 S252.76
YARBROUGH DEENEE
PENINSULA ESTATES SUB.D PB 3
PG 11 LOT 3 ORB 122/248-9s2 FR
AT-KINSON ET AL
MAP# ED
BLK D

06349-25SR
737 R-i236000 $840.53
'-C KNIGHT PAUL J. III
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3
PG 11 LOT 5 OF TRACT S
ORB 134/708 FR COMBS
MAP# E.D

06349-256R'
738 R-1236100 %177.72
CHESTER E. WINSTON 8: GAIL G,
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDA PB 3
PG 1i LOT 6 OF TRACT 5
ORB 1341/905 FR COMBS
MAP# 5D
06351-001R
739 R-1237000. i$,E22.58
PEACOCK BOBBY ET AL
CAPE BREEZES PB 3 PG 23 LOT 2
ORB 85/672
MAP 6A /
BLK A




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0634E-3689R
699 R-1:12200 !S102.13
HOBBY H CLYDE TRUSTEE
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT.iE ORB iL/8686.-B64
FR BARRIER DUNES DEY. CORP.
MiRPil FA
PARCEL "A"

06345-370R
700 R-1212400 S102.13
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 17 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS -
M H P # E A -
PARCEL "A"

06345-371R
701 R-1112E00 S102A13
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 18 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# SA
: PARCEL "A"
06345-372R
701 R-1:1t600 5102.13
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-?EA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF B-RRIER
DUNES LOT 19 ORB 14i/680-692
FR FLOWERS
S MAP# A
PARCEL "A".

06345-373R
703 R-12i2700. S102.13
HIBISCUS-B','-THE-SE, INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 20 ORB 148/680-69:
FR FLOWERS
MAP# SA
PARCEL' "A"
06345-378R
704 R-i213200 $456.58
ALLIED HOLDINGS PARTNERSHIP
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 145/192-197
FR BARRIER DUNES DEV CORP.
MAP# EA
PARCEL "B"


06345-383R
705 R-1213700 S4E6.8
HIBISCUJS-B','-THE-SER INC
':LA;.7I,: *:OrTAGES O r BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4 ORB '+48/680-692
FR FLOWERS'
MAP# 5GA
PARCEL "C"

0,634-384R
706 R-1213800 $456.S8
HIBI U':IJ-B','-IHE-En INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 5 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP)t EA
PARCEL "C"
0634F--385R
707 R-1213900 $46,88
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 1 ORB 14-8/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# A .
PARCEL "D"
0634'-386R
708 R-1214000 S$46.E8
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 2 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP#) GA
PARCEL "D"


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