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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 16, 1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FIFTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 37


STAR


INDUSTRY DEEP WATER PORT FINE PEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 -THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1996


HIGH HON"ORGRADUATES


William Barrett Erica Katina
Adkison Beard


Kimberly Dawn Destiny Ann Leslie Anne
Burkett Daniels Falson


Serena Charlene
Little ton


Elizabeth Deann Jennifer Nicole
Redmond Smallwood


Alyson Mae
Williams


T amara Elaine
Anderson


earlyy Mi
Dietz


* Graduation exercises Friday evening at 7:30
p.m. in Wewahitchka Gym
* Graduation at 8:00 p.m. Monday in Port St.
Joe's Coliseum
* Baccalaureate 8:00 p.m. Sunday in the
Coliseum


Lindsay Newell Crystal Ni
Dorman Gaskin


Jennifer Marie
Holmes


144 Seniors Graduating From Gulf County High Schools

Ceremonies Will Be Held In Wewahitchka Friday Nig t; Port St. Joe Monday Night, In School Gymnasiums


Port St.Joe High School Program


Port SL Joe High School will
award diplomas to 91 graduating
seniors in commencement cere-
monies Monday evening. The pro-
gram will begin at 8:00 p.m. in
the R. Marion Craig Coliseum.
This year's class of 1996 is
one of the smaller graduating
lasses in recent ea bt h ill


Dawn Burkett, Destiny Ann Dan-
lels. Leslie Anne Faison, Heather
Leigh Fields, Sarah Danielle Fox,
Brigette Elizabeth Godfrey, Kristi
Ann Lawrence. Serena Charlene
Littleton, Elizabeth Deann Red-
mond, Jennifer Nicole Smallwood
and Alyson Mae Williams.


.......... "....arsDU uI Sixteen students will gradu-
has a high percentage of high ate with honors. They include:
honor graduates: a trend set Shonna Lynn Armstrong,
three years ago. Thirteen stu- La'Tonya Danette Bailey. April
dents will receive the designation, Marie B.ryant Laura Marie Cul-
two less than last year's class of len, Dana Anne Fox, Sharon Ni-
110. cole Gainous, DeAnna Elizabeth
High honor graduates this Horton. Kristj Ann Kirkland., li-
year are.),Wllia1.BarrettiAdkison,----Lf rt-rdse.Kh-tMc -
Erica Katina Beard. Kimberly lou'gh, Heather Michelle Nixon,
Jeffery David Player, Matthew He-
rold Roberson, Jamie LaJuan
A dult School Roberts. Danielle Corinne Ross,
Chaka Speights and Charrish Lee
S_ A White.


G*raauates
Gulf County Adult School will
hold its graduation exercises on
Tuesday, May 21 at 8:00 p.m..
E.D.T., in the R. Marion Craig
Coliseum of Port St. Joe High
School.
Superintendent B. Walter
Wilder will address the group and
award diplomas.
Others on the program are
the Port St. Joe High School
Band under the direction of
Mitchell Bouington, Dr. David
Bidwell, Mary Lo-u Cumble and
Reverend Rawlis Leslie.
Everyone is cordially invited
Sto attend.
Adult summer school begins
on Monday, June 3. Call 227-
1744 for Information concerning
admission.


Ed Creamer
Creamer, Dist. 3

Comm. Candidate
Ed Creamer has announced
his intent to be a candidate for'
Gulf County Cbmmissioner, Dis-
trict 3.
He is a lifelong resident of
Gulf County and he and his wife,
Dot reside in St. Joe Beach.
"I had the privilege of serving
as District 3 Commissioner in the
past, and I feel this experience
will better qualify me to serve Dis-
trict 3 and all of Gulf County.
Your vote and support will be
greatly appreciated," said Cream-
er.


Delivering speeches at com-
(See GRADUATE on Page 3)


Wewahitchka's Ceremony


Wewahitchka High School
will present diplomas to 53 grad-
uating seniors Friday night In
ceremonies conducted in the high
school gymnasium at 7:30 p.m.
The Wewahitchka High Gator
Sound Band will provide the mu-
sic for the processional and reces-
sional.


High honor graduates are: Tamara
Elaine Anderson. Kimberly Michelle Dietz,
Lindsay Newell Dorman. Crystal Nicole Ga-
skin. Jennifer Marle Holmes. William Mat-
thew Kearce. Wendy Mac Nelson. and
Cameron Lee Totman.
Graduating with honors are: Charles
Allen Field. Milton Jason Fisher. Joseph
Lee Jackson. David Thomas Pitts, Augus.
rus Cortez Russ. and Heather Nichole
Webb.


High honor graduate, Kim 1996 Graduates: Michael Adam Ake.
High hon o gradu ,i Sean Chas Bailey. Felicia Gene Bisson. Jeff
Dietz will deliver the graduation Shane Booth. Grover Cleveland Crutchfield.
address for the class. Melissa Diane Dickens. Christina Faith
Other members of the senior Dossett. Stephen Paul Doval. John Deweyv
Other members of the senior Gibbs. Erie Lavon Gray. Krissi Lynn Han-
class on the program include:", Ion. Cody Lee Haves. Jennifer Nichole Hol-
Lindsay Dorman, invocation; Tra- r ley. Yolanda Lorraine Hughes. David An-
nI.m McLemore, pledge of alle-] thony Hvsmith. Timcohv Gerald Hvsmith.
ramro T an, .King. Wayne Isamu Luebe. Jimmy Wayne
come; Jason Fisher, Farewell McDaniel. Tranum Hoeell McLemore. Tel-
address; and Joe Jackson, bene- shia Denise McNealy. Shaun Thomas
dicton. Meredith. Christopher Charles Miles. Aye-
diction. ha Latae Noble. April Lere Pabis. Christo-
Principal Larrny Mathes will M her Darrell Peoples. Sheme Ann Rober-
present the class or 1996 and Su- son. Krystal Orean Rudd. Ronnie Lee
present the class of 1996 and Su- Small. Lisa Michelle Smiley. Jennifer Mi-
perintendent Walter Wilder will chelle Stacy. Eva Louise Stroman. Tammy
present diplomas. Lynn Studley. Jessica Paulette Webb. An-
drew Jermaine Williams. Jaclyn Dyan Wim.
The graduation class Is as fol- berly, Tiffani Celeste Young. and Chnsto-
lOWS: pher Michael Youngs.


Wood Victor In


Municipal Vote

Defeats John Reeves 450-363;
Will Begin Fourth Term June 4


William IBill] Wood drew 450
ballots to return to the Port City
Commission in Tuesday's election


County Receives $174,581.30



For Dune Restoration Project


Board To Visit
Cabinet With Request
STo AllowDeadheading
The Gulf County Commission
got good news from. Gulf County
Solid Waste Director.Joe Danford
during Tuesday evening's regular-
ly scheduled meeting when he
told the board help was on the
way to aid dune restoration with-
in the county.
$174,581.30 was awarded to
Gulf County through Community
Development Block Grant Funds
to pay for all materials, labor and
equipment necessary to begin a
dune restoration project on the
sections of Gulf County beaches
most impacted by Hurricane
Opal.
Danford said the grant pro-
ject was written to take advan-
tage of the seven berms that are
being constructed along sections
of the St. Joseph Peninsula and
in the vicinity of Beacon Hill (ap-
proximately 7,300 linear feet). He-
plans to use the berms as starter'
seed to build a full-fledged dune
system, with nature's coopera-
tion.
The grant application calls for
the erection of sand fencing and
planting sea oats on the berms in
such a manner as to encourage
nature to take over and renourish
the dune system.
Experts in the field of dune
restoration explained the process
and offered their aid to Gulf
County a few months ago in a
public workshop held in the
board's meeting room. The panel
explained that considerable dune
restoration progress can be made
within just a few years by acceler-
ating nature's process without
compromising the strength of the


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The county in the process of making extensive renova-
tions and repairs to the county park at White City and the
boat landing facilities there. Here, the foundation has been
poured for new rest room construction.


dune structure or its ability to
provide storm water protection.
A public hearing to provide
citizens an opportunity to com-
ment on the application will be
held at 4:30 p.m. May 23, in the
board's meeting room at the Gulf
County Courthouse.
Deadheading
Board Chairman, Billy Tray-
lor suggested to the board that
they organize a group of board
members and local supporters to
attend the July meeting of the
Florida Cabinet and make a pres-


entation supporting the continu-
ance of deadheading.
A 'public meeting between
representatives of the Florida De-
partment of Environmental Pro-
tection and local citizens held in
Wewahitchka last Tuesday al-
lowed Gulf Countians an oppor-
tunity to air their feelings on the
issue. But, according to Commis-
sioner Michael Hammond, it
seemed to do little to affect FDEP
representatives' opinions that the
process of log removal from Gulf
County's waterways is illegal.


in light balloting.
Wood defeated challenger
John Reeves, who polled 363
votes. Both totals include the 29
absentee ballots which were cast.
,Reeves had 10 of the absentees
and Wood had 19.
Wood will begin his new term
of office June 4.
With only the one question
on the ballot to be decided, there
were a total of 813 ballots cast,
which was more than expected.
More would have voted, but elec-
tion officials had prepared only
one voting machine to receive ba-
lots in light of the expected small
turn-out. Several people failed to
cast their ballots in the afternoon
hours, when they were turned
away by'the long lines gathered
at the polls.
Approximately 3015 people
are registered to vote in the city.
Voting was steady all day
long after a late start. (Polling was
in one location only, the fire sta-
tion meeting room at City Hall.


...I Safe Disposal

Offered for


i ii;. .. ... .. .
Hazardous Waste

i ulf County's Solid Waste Department has arranged
fra visit from a hazardous waste disposal unit to be in
the county Saturday, May 18, to provide citizens with a
:.means of safely disposing of their waste items, which
have been declared hazardous materials, and containers.
The service is provided free of charge to homeowners
.Saturday only.
The program, arranged by Solid Waste Department di-
rector, Joe Danford, will bring a disposal team to Gulf
County Saturday, only, with the unit to be located at the
Courthouse in Port St. Joe. The unit will receive the haz-
ardous waste from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. EDT.
Such items as paint, oil, solvents, fuel mixtures, bat-
teries, antifreeze, lead, arsenic, silver, cleaners, fluores-
cent lamps, mercury containing devices, pesticides and
many other such articles are considered hazardous mate-
rials and should be disposed of in a safe manner.
Danford says there is no provision made for disposal
of these items in the regular garbage and trash services.
"People need to take advantage of this opportunity to
properly dispose of their hazardous waste as easily as
possible," Danford said.
If you are undecided as to whether or not your waste
Is considered hazardous and should not be placed in the
county landfills, call the Solid Waste Department at 227-
3696 for clarification.


Hammond said FDEP repre-
sentatives will bring the issue be-
fore the Florida Cabinet, encour-
aging them to support their
stance because of environmental
and other concerns.
The board has already passed


a resolution supporting dead-
heading, sending copies to the
Governor and Cabinet as well as
Gulf County's sState representa-
tives. But, the Board agreed that
personal representation at the
(See COUNTY on Page 3)


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Proof

Is In The Excellent Product
THERE ARE THOSE who consider the main product of Gulf
County High Schools their championship athletic teams. With
the gaggle of state champions and near state champions pro-
duced this year, one might be forgiven for mistakenly arriving at
this conclusion. Even though we are proud of our athletic teams
and their achievements this year, we have far more to be proud
of in our 'high school students for the past couple of years. This
year is no exception, either. The excellence in academics contin-
ues to be evident in our county.
Two weeks ago, we attended the Gold Card Award banquet.
As the evening wore on and the awards grew into the 100's, we
couldn't help but notice the inordinate number of athletes who
were receiving the academic honors, also. We feel their numbers
were more than the non-athletes who drew plaudits for their ac-
ademic achievements during the evening.
RETIRING SUPERINTENDENT WALTER Wilder dropped a
bombshell into the gathering of academicians and their parents
when he revealed they were the normal student in Gulf .County
Schools anymore, rather than the unusual student achieving,
lofty heights in grade,averages.
Superintendent Wilder announced that more than one third
of Port St. Joe High School graduating ,seniors, this year, were
graduating with either high honors or honors. This means that
at least one-third of the graduating seniors were regularly
achieving grades of 3.0 and above, and had for their entire ca-
reer in high school.
Next year has all the aspects of being even better. Over one-
half of next year's graduating seniors are on course now toward
graduating with high honors or honors. Wilder was speaking to
an all-Port St. Joe audience that night. We couldn't help but
draw the conclusion that the same percentages hold true for We-
wahitchka High School, ,also.
OUR SCHOOLS HAVE THEIR detractors, just as any school
has. How are our school's critics going to be able to argue with
figures and statistics such as these?
How are they going ;to argue, credibly, with the state of Flori-
da which selects us as the sportsmanship school of the year?
You, don't attract such attention with mediocre products; in this
instance, students. '


What's Your.Excuse!
WITH STATE AND COUNTY elections still four and a half
months away [till the first primaries], the field is beginning to get
crowded. Just last week The Star had announcements from six
additional potential candidates to add to the already burgeoning
numbers of those seeking office. We'll have a choice in almost
every officer to be selected this year. And that's good! More can-
didates mean more interest; more interest usually results in
more participation and more votes being cast.
The favorite seems to be either that of Sheriff or County
Commissioner, District 1, with County Commissioner, District 3
position only barely behind. School Superintendent Is attracting-
the most candidates and the most Interest in many years, here
in Gulf County. ,
WITH THIS FIELD, this number of officers to be decided, we
should ask ourselves this piercing question, "Am I registered to
vote?" If our answer is in the negative, we should at least do our
part in the coming selection, the winnowing down to one person
to a position, by signing up to cast our ballot on election day.
Supervisor of Elections Cora Sue Robinson hasn't said yet,
this early in the election process. but we would be willing to bet,
she has plans in the making to make your registration as con-
venient as.possible. The registration books will be in convenient
places, at convenient times, all over the county. The hardest
thing you as an individual will have to do-the most energy you
will have to exert-is to watch for the announcement revealing
when and where the books will be in your locale. Or, if you want
to be adventuresome, you can go to her office in the Courthouse
and put your name on the dotted line.
In the past, people have been reluctant to register because
the Jury list was taken from the voting list. If you weren't regis-
tered to vote you missed having to serve on jury. This is no
longer so. They are taken from the drivers' license list.
SO, WHAT IS YOUR excuse going to be on this election day?
You avoid nothing by failing to register except the satisfaction of
putting your name down as being opposed to that certain old
reprobate going into office ... or possibly that lady or gentleman
getting the chance to use their expertise for your benefit.


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You can experience some
amazing things on your way to a
baseball game. I wasn't sure of
the exact location of Keystone
Heights so.. against my better -
judgment and lifelong obath. I
asked for directions. .,I'
then take the 326 exit or at least
I think it's 326. It will be the
first exit after the highway 27
exit--you can't miss it-and go
east, I think that will be a right
turn, then go about 6 miles to
301. Turn left and go north on .
". I'm listening as hard as I
can. ..... ..don't go all the way
into Starke-I know a good
short cVt-turn right on 18 and
go through Hampton to 100.
turn right and you're In Key-
stone. You can't miss Ill Don't
forget about that little speed
trap. It's just a wide spot in the.
road, but they'll stop you-anid'
there may not be a sign for 18,
it's a small county road-there'll


bunker Down with Kes byKesleyColbert



Cautiously Searching For CR18


be a convenience store on the
left. you can't miss it . "
I'm barreling up 301, look-
ing very closely at every conven-
ience store and wondering how,
close I was to the Indian River-
every road side stand for the
past fifty miles had been dis-
playing fruit that I assumed was
grown on its banks-when I
whizzed past the 45 MPH speed
Limit sign. Right behind it was
another, bigger sign with the
"Strictly Enforced" warning
flashed across it in raised, re-
flectorized lettering. Behind that
was a picture of an airplane, uhn-'
marked cars, a Royal Mounted
policeman, radar detection de-
vices, an off-road, all-terrain ve-
hicle, two helicopters, a,,
S.W.A.T. team and a dog sled .
. my right foot instinctively
and rapidly lifted from the gas.
pedal. -
The next sign reads, "This
Is a zero drug tolerance commu-
nity." I praised God that I'd quit
chewing a couple of years back .

The town was actually a lit-`
tle bigger than a "wide spot in,


the road." And I think the folks
here aimed for you to slow down
and see it. There was a beauti-
ful, large two-story house with
columns, circle drive, high
bricked entrance gate, wrought
iron fence-the whole nine
yards-up on the hill just as you
came into town. I had the truck
down to about 461/2 MPH by
now and could see the blue
lights flashing up ahead. An eld-
erly lady ran out on the porch of
the Hybird Hardware Feed and
Seed Store and motioned for me
to slow it down some more. I
waved my thanks for her friend-
ly but unnecessary-warning. I
had gotten the message I
crawled past the three patrol
cars and the meter maid all
writing tickets. The K-9 German*
shepherd had a' truck driver,
backed up against his Ken-
worth. Troop 27 from the Cub
Scouts was out writing little
tickets ..
SI, thought of a roadside sign
I'd seen years ago just outside of
Rock City, high atop., Lookout
Mountain. The very narrow road-
could throw more curves at you
,', s'


than Camilo Pascual. And the .
drop off the side was straight;
down. One tiny slip and the car
would be over the edge-
plunging the several miles of
jagged mountainside to the Ten-
nessee River below. "Don't worry
about not being able to swim
boys, the fall will kill you for
sure." With this in mind we
rounded the comer and' came
face to face with the "Get Right -
With God" sign. I paid attention
After all these years I'd finally'
run across another road sign
that wasn't playing around ei-
ther!
Joggers, sped past me as I
eased through town. Even the
dogs moved as a slow, deliberate .
pace. I pulled into the Bluegrass
Family Restaurant. I figured
since I was already stopped I
might as well get a bite to eat.
The name inti-igued me. I won-
dered if the owners were from
Kentucky, knew Bill Monroe or,,
just had a grandfather who ,
played the banjo. The "Open 25,
hours a day" sign was obviously
placed there fori ,the folks wait-
.(See KESLEY on Page 3)


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Chester Fennell Is A Long Way From Shark Stadium, But Still Plays Rough!


I RECEIVED A letter--or
.rather, an epistle--about three
weeks ago, from a young lad who
used to play football for the
Sharks. He was about the best
lineman the team ever had. I re-
member him being the Idol of my
number one "jock" grandson. Bill.
The young man's name was
Chester Fennell. When Chester
played football, he put all he had
into playing football. When he'
studied academic subjects, he
put just as much effort into mak-
ing as good a grade as he could.
Chester was like that. He put all
he had into whatever he was do-
ing.
Chester had a big brother,
named Charlie, who worked here
at The Star who put just as much
effort into his work, but Charlie
liked- to play, too. Playing drew a
good deal of Charlie's attention.
But at work, everybody in the
plant used Charlie's memory as
an inventory list Charlie could
tell you whether or not we had a
certain item In stock and where it


ETA OIN SHRDLLU


By Wesley Ramsey


was located; a Valuable attribute,
indeed!'

CHESTER WENT ON to join
the Army after he graduated from
high school. Charlie worked here
4 couple of years after he gradu-
ated, then moved to Washington,
D.C. to be with a relative. When
he arrived in Washington, he
used what he had learned at The
Star to get a job in one of the gov-
ernment printing offices there. He
is now a foreman in the blueprint
division and doing very well.
Charlie and Chester both
come by to see us when they
come back to Port St. Joe for a


visit. They 'were both here a few
months ago, and came by to visit
a while. It's gratifying to see both
of them as solid citizens, making
'their way in the world.

CHESTER TOLD ABOUT his
returning to his station in Germa-
ny, expecting a new assignment.
He is a Master Sergeant now. Any
"grunt" can tell you the Army
travels on its stomach and is run
by'the Master Sergeant.
The letter I received from
Chester told in depth about his
new assignment. He is now in
Bosnia, leading a group, keeping
the peace. He says keeping the


peace is a matter of standing be-
tween the two factions so they
can't get at one another.
But Chester spent 'a good
deal of his letter telling me what
he thought about that profession-
al basketball player who refused
to pay respects to the flag and the
National Anthem. Chester wasn't
too thrilled about that. "He ought
to be over here, with me, for a
while, and he would learn to ap-
preciate the flag and the National
Anthem enough to pay his re-
spects. He would probably get to
the point where he would literally
beg for the chance to just get a
glimpse of the flag or hear the Na-
tional Anthem played," he wrote.
"I've got a few men in my com-
mand over here, who could teach
him respect, and he would be
glad to learn," he continued.

THE MAIN PART of Chester's
letter was spent in telling how he
had come to appreciate America
more after four years of being sta-


tioned overseas with the latest
tour of duty being Bosnia.
SChester wasn't your most elo-
quent of men, though, somehow,
he managed to get his deep con-
cerns across about the victims of
Bosnia and their tenuous- hold on
civilization in that brutal war... He.
told of clearing out the landmines
which had been placed in the
snow and ice and of those found
the hard way.
Chester had come to realize
the brutality of one man for an-'
other and the inhuman acts of
placing landmines. They go off at
a touch and maim whoever hap-
pens to have, touched them-even
if it is a little child.

I HAD NEVER received a let-
ter such as Chester wrote to me a
few weeks ago. It was a letter
filled with concern, fear and de-
termination. .,
You see, Chester never knew
when he would step outside on
one of those landmines, or some


sniper would put a bullet through
his head. He was concerned with .*, r
having to tend to, the effects of a
'man in his command, who had .
received the injuries from a mine. ,:
Chester has a wife and chil-
dren, so he has personal respon-
sibilities to consider and personal
reasons to try and keep himself
safe in a dangerous situation. : ,
He was also determined to do
what it was necessary to do and
what he went to Bosnia to do-=,
keep the peace!

THE MEN OF "Desert Storm". .
had many of the same concerns,
but at least they were in Saudi
Arabia in force.
. I can just imagine how trau-
matic it must. be to be one of a
force of less than 100, in a part of
the world where you don't speak'
the, language, attempting to help
people of both sides of the battle,
who apparently don't want that -'
kind of help and resent your be-
ing there.


St. Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Time Ht.
May 17 10:56 an. H 1.6 9:16 p.m. L -0.2
May 18 11:30 a.m. H 1.6 9:58 p.m. L -0.2
May 19 12:05 p.m. H 1.6 10:40 p.m. L -0.2
May 20 12:40 p.m. H 1.5 11:21 p:m. L -0:1
May21 1:16 p.m.H 1.5
May 22 12:00 a.m. L 0.0 1:50 p.m. H 1.4
May 23 12:33 a.m. L 0 0 2:21 p.m. H 1.3
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1996 PAGE 3A


Frank Hannon Elected Citizens Federal's Second


Chairman Of The Board In Its 40 Year History

Cecil G. Costin, Founder and Long-Time Chairman Steps Down At Age 98


Greg Johnson, President and
CEO of Citizens Federal Savings
Bank of Port St. Joe, announced
Wednesday. May 8 that Frank
Hannon was elected Chairman of
the Board of Directors. Mr. Han- .
non has been a member of the
Board of Directors of Citizens
Federal since- the bank was
founded in 1956.
C. G. Costin, -Sr., who has
been the only chairman of the
Board of the savings bank, re- -
signed his position and was elect-
ed Director Emeritus.
Mr. Costin commented, "It
has been my pleasure to serve as
a. member of the Board of Direc-
tors of Citizens Federal *since
1956. Since that time, we have
directed, this bank to be the fi-
nancially sound, conservative,
community-oriented institution
that it is. I am proud of those ac-
complishments and am sure that
the Board of Directors and man-
agement will continue to operate
this institution in the same man-
ner and in the best interest of the
bank and this community." .
Mr. Hannon thanked Mr. Co-
stin for his 40 years of service
and total commitment to the fl- Cecil G. Costin decided
nancial institution and the cornm- helm qf the Board of Direct
munity. in which it services. he Federal Savings Bank was lo
further stated that under his
leadership the policy of the bank.
would continue as in the past, future. When a major challenge
that is, conservative growth and arose, he was always the first to
convenient, prompt service for remind me that this was just one
the customers it serves. bump, in the road of life."
Greg Johnson stated, "It has Citizens Federal was formed
been a pleasure to work with Mr. In 1956 with'. less, than'
Costin. He Is one of the most hon- $200,000.00 in assets. As 'of
orable and fair men I have ever March 30. 1996, the' banks has
had the pleasure of working with. grown to $65 million in assets
Even with his many years of ex- and three branches to serve Gulf
perience, he always wanted us to County, Franklin County and
be planning and thinking for the Mexico Beach.



Graduate e----rom Page 1
mencement ceremonies will be ception for graduates and their
high honor students Kristi Law- families will be held at St. James
rence, Jennifer Smallwood and Episcopal Church on 22nd Street
Leslie Falson. Immediately following the bacca-
Following their addresses var- laureate services.


ious civic and community organi-
zations will present scholarships
and spegc[ recognition in various
categories "
BACCALAUREATE
Baccalaureate services will be
held Sunday, May 19 at 8:00
p.m.. in the High School Coli-
seum, with Rev. Gary Smith. pas-
tor of First Baptist Church, deliv-
ering the sermon. Other local
pastors on the program will be
Rev. Curtis Clark, Rev. Dave Fer-
nandez, and Fr. Jerry Huft. A re-

Kesley
rom Page 2)
Ing for their ball money to be'
wired in.
Marie ambled over to my ta-
ble smiling. "What'll-it-be?"
"How about t ch cheesebur-
ger deluxe, a diet coke and di-
rections to Keystone Heights."
"Well, let's see," she pon-
dered a moment, "you can go on
up this road a few miles and hit
18 or you can go down the mill
pond road and cut across by the
dam"-she paused again, "do
you want to go the best way?"
It was my time to ponder.
No, Marie, I want to go through
Duluth, Minnesota and maybe
Casa Grande, Arizona'and Rock-
ingham, North Carolina .....
my mind raced on but I finally
managed to say to the friendly,
trying-to-be-helpful-Marie. "The
best way would be fine."
She came back over as we
both peered out the window cu-
riously at the bus that had just
been blue-lighted to a stop.
"Say, Marie, who lives in
that big two story mansion on
the edge of town?"
"The chief of police."
I tell you, I've got to start
getting out more.
Respectfully,
Kesley
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GRADUATING CLASS
1996 Graduates: Cleveland Ross
Acree. Kristle-La'Ruth-Ash.-Villa Maria Avi -
zius. La.Tonya Danette Bailey, Desmond
Edward Baxter, Carlos Lamar Best. Bradley
J. Bringard. Sharity Michelle Byrd. Travis
Lavon Caninglon. Angela Rochelle Combs.
Rush Franklin Combs. Qualonia Shamika
Croom. Keith Wayne Davis, Jeffery Lamar
Dixon. Charles Irving DeBates, Jr.. Shontel
Reshard Fedd. Jamaall Blyenda Fenn.
Christopher Jason Follin. Kimberly Rae
Franklin. Melissa Dianne Gable. Johnny
Lee Gainer, Jr.. Kelley Kathyn Graham,
Adam Atwell Griffin, Fanta Mbora Harris,
Leah Cantrince Harris. Jennifer Loraine
Hayes. Michael Andrew Holly, Da'Corion
Laterius Jones. Angel Willette King. Sherri
Lyn n King. Allson Michelle Martin. Christo-
pher Douglas Maxwell. Jaime Lynn McMul-
len. Lafrina Y'Vetta McNeal. Jennifer Erin
McNeil.l Casey Boyd Medley. Mandrika
Raynard Miller. Steven Heny Miller. Thom-
as Robin Parker. Jr., Chad Alan Porter. Ni-
cole Marie Pugh. Chaddrick Monlez Quinn.
Heather Leann Raflield. Jacob Duwayne
Richards. Nashundra LaKeitha Robinson.
Keith Habobby Salch. Kendra Shelina
Shackelford. Elizabeth Anne Slat. Bradly
Foster Walton Smith. Kyle Benjamin Stew-
art. Matthew Justin Summers. David
Cameron Swan. Jodi Lynn Thibodeau. Re-
becca Ann Waggoner. Barry Cedrick Walk-
er. Reginald Dominique Ward. Lance While-
Eagle. Adam Joseph Whitfield. Christopher
George Williams. Wendy Lynn Woodman.
and Shabrita Nale Woullard.


40 years at the week-especially at age 98-and stepped
ors for Citizens aside, passing the gavel to Frank Hannon.
ong enough last President and CEO Greg Johnson looks on.


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County:
From Page 1
Florida Cabinet meeting would be
necessary for the county's opin-
ion to be heard.
Road Paving
During a special meeting held
prior to: the board's regularly
scheduled meeting Tuesday after-
noon, the board received an up-
date on the county's three million
dollar road paving project.
Chairman. Traylor noted that
there have been delays in begin-
ning the project by the paving
contractor, Panhandle Grading
and Paving, Inc., and asked
Preble-Rish, Inc. representative.
David Kennedy, to give the board
a current status report.
Kennedy told the board that
work was completed at the Cape
-and the -contractor is currently
working on bike paths in Port St.
Joe. He noted that some leveling
problems had been encountered
but he was keeping a close eye on
the work's progress.
In Other Business
The board rejected bids for
renovations and building boat
slips,at the White City Park. Only
one bid from Southeastern Me-
chanical Contractors was, re-
ceived.,
Preliminary plat approval
was granted to Sweetwater
'Shores Subdivision by the board
as recommended by the Gulf
County Building Department
Planning Board.
Named Mark Moore, Gene
Raffleld, Buddy Wood, Pat McFar-
land, and Elmo Sander to serve
on the Gulf County Fisheries Ad-
visory Board. The board is active-
ly pursuing aquaculture pro-
grams in, Gulf County and will
use the advisory board to assist
in those matters. In related mat-


ters, County Administrator Larry
Wells told the board Gulf County
had been denied one grant appli-
cation for aquaculture assistance
applied for by Chamber of Com-
merce Executive Director, Tamara
Laine, and himself.
Agreed to match $5,000 the'
South Gulf County Fire Depart-
ment has raised to install fire hy-
drants onto the cape water sys-
tem as recommended by-
Commissioner Warren Yeager.'
Lighthouse Utilities, a privately
owned water system, provides
L reoihting water to the county
free of charge, but more fire hy-
drants are needed for effective
flrefighting, according to Yeager.
Decided to, look into refur-
bishing chairs for the old Gulf
County Courthouse in ,Wewa-
hitchka.
,* Noted that Gulf County's
solid waste facility has been rec-
ognized" by the Florida Depart-
ment of Environmental Protection
for its progress in landfill and re-
cycling in. the county.


Grant Writing
Workshop
The Florida A&M University
Cooperative Extension Program,
University of Florida Cooperative
Extension Service and Washing-
ton Improvement Group will be
sponsoring a grant writing work-
.shop Thursday, May 23 from 5
p.m. to 9 p.m., EST. The work-
shop will take place at the Gulf
County Senior Citizen Building.
This workshop will focus on
'basic principles of proposal writ-
ing, developing goals and objec-
tives, writing capability state-


ments, and developing strategies.
For more information contact
Marsha Harpool at (904) 599-
3546 or the Gulf County Coopera-
tive Extension Service at (904)
639-3200. 'Working Hand-in-
Hand for the Betterment of Com-
munities."
Who To Call
Older people who need help
at home with activities such as
meal preparation, transportation,
homemaker services or other dai-
ly activities, may call 1-800-
96ELDER (1-880-963-5337) for
referral to their local Elder Help-
line.


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Miss Lesley Wilder and Lt. Mark


Weisgerber
Lesley Wilder and Lieutenant
Mark Weisgerber were united in
marriage Saturday, April 13, at
Cecil Field Memorial Chapel in
Jacksonville. Chaplain Robert Re-
idy performed the ceremony.
The bride the the daughter of
Walter and Diana Wilder of Ho-
ward Creek. She is the grand-
daughter of Myrtice Wilder and
Lucille McKnight of Port St. Joe.
Parents of the groom are Bill and
Judy Weisgerber of Orlando.
Grandparents of the groom are
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weisgerber
of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Escorted into the sanctuary
by her father, the bride was radi-
ant in a gown of bridal satin. An-
nette Minger. of 'Port St. Joe,
served the bride as maid of hon-
or. Bridesmaids were Karyn Gan-
away of Dayton, Ohio, and Amy
Weisgerber of Orlando, sisters of
the groom, and Michelle Kelly and
Angela Lee, of Pensacola, friends
of the bride.
Lieutenant Jason Jones of
Virginia Beach, Virginia' served
the groom as best man. Grooms-
men were Todd Wilder, of Talla-
hassee and Tim Wilder, of Craw-
fordville, brothers of the bride,
and Lieutenant J. T. Anderson of
Jacksonville, and Bill Smith of
Chapel 'Hill, North Carolina,
friends of the groom. Chase Nel-
son of Tallahassee, nephew of the
bride, served as acolyte.
The mothers of the bride and
groom were escorted into the
sanctuary as soloist, Lori Robert-
son of Jacksonville, friend and
co-worker of the bride, :sang
"Sunrise. Sunset". Other selec-
tions included "The Lord's Prayer"
and 'Whither Thou Goest".
A reception buffet honoring





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Marry In Jacksonville
the bridal couple and hosted by Following a honeymoon in Ja-
the bride's parents was held at maica, the couple will reside in
the Hilltop Club. Jacksonville.


Lesley ana MarK weisgerber

Announce Birth
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Vicky Gudenburr--John Cassani


To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. James Guden-
burr of Lake Orion, Michigan are
pleased to announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Vicky Ma-
rie, to Lt. John Daniel Cassani,
USN. son of Capt. and Mrs. Hen-
ry Cassant of Navarre.
The bride-elect is a. 1986
graduate of Birmingham Marian
High School In Lake Orion, Michi-
gan. Vicky is a 1991 graduate of
Michigan State University where
she earned a B.S. degree In Child
Development and Education. She
is also a 1996 graduate of the
University of Guam receiving a
master's degree in Reading.
Her fiance is a 1984 graduate
of Port St. Joe High School. John
graduated from the University of
West Florida in 1988 with a B.S.
degree In Marketing. He is cur-
rently stationed aboard the USS
Normandy in Norfolk, Virginia.
John and Vicky plan to be
married July sixth at St. Joseph's
Catholic Church in Lake Orion,
Michigan.


Michael and Laura Ashworth
announce the, birth of their
daughter, Ashley Renee on March
20. She weighted seven pounds.
15 dunces and was 20 1/4 Inches
long.
Maternal, grandparents are
Aleta Nelson of Port St. Joe and
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nelson of
Eastpoint. Paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mr. Bernie Buzzett of
Port St. Joe and Mrs. and Mrs,
Colless Ashworth of Texas. Great-
grandmother is Clida Hodges of
Perry. For her homecoming the
infant was dressed in the gown,
her mother wore 22 years ago.


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Mr. and Mrs. Michael "Bo" Rollins


Couple Is Wed


Kandi Anita Ward and Mi-,
chael "Bo" Rollins of Howard
Creek were married on April 19 at
Howard Creek Biiptist Church.
Brother Dave Fernandez per-
'formed the ceremony and Brother
Ottis Mann offered a special
prayer. .
The bride is the daughter of
Melvin and Wanda Ward of Ho-:
Sward Creek. The groom is the son
of Karen Rollins of Panama City
and the grandson of Florence
Pritchard of Howard Creek.
Kandi was attended by her
sister, Kasey Gunde of Panama

New Arrival
Kevin and Meredith Kiight
are proud to announce the birth
of their son. Daniel Reese Knight,
born on April 5 at Gulf Coast
Hospital. Daniel weighed nine
pounds and was 21 1/4 Inches
long.
Maternal grandparents are
Carolyn Rish of Port St. Joe and
Roy Lister of Panama City.
Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knight of
Blakely. Georgia.
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City. Magan Ramsey served as
flower girl and Heath Ramsey
served as ring bearer both are
front Panama City.
Brerit Pierce acted as best
man. Rusty Ward and Steve
Gunde served as ushers. Servers
were Jamie Haddock, Ann Whit-
field, Jamie Parrish and Shelly
Fettinger.
Following the reception, the
couple enjoyed a honeymoon at
Walt Disney World. They now re-
side in Howard Creek. ..

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Sheridan Marie McNeel
Andrew Wayne Weaver

Final Plans
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Ford an-
nounce the final wedding plans of
their granddaughter. Sheridan
Marie McNeel, to Andrew Wayne
:Weaver. both of Tallahassee.
The wedding will take place
on Friday, May 17 at Wakulla
SSprings Lodge at 7 p.m.

College Graduate
Kristen Elise Suit will be
Graduating cum laude from Tou-
Sson State University in Balitmore,
Maryland on May 22. Kristen is a
1992 graduate of Port St. Joe
High School.
She is the daughter of Susan
Carter of Panama City. Kristen
will be taking a position with KPR
advertising agency in New York
City upon graduating.

Super Book Sale
The Friends of the Library
will sponsor a super, book sale
that will be of interest to all age
levels from the toddlers to the tot-
tering.
The sale will be child Satur-
day, June 1 in the back room of
Jeanie's Let's Knit Yarn Shop.
Hours will be from 10 a.m. to 5"
p.m.; EDT.
Hardbacks (fifty cents) and
paperbacks (twenty-live cents)
will be available for purchase.
The yearly membership drive
will also be held this June. Both
events are FOL fundraisers for
the Gulf County Public Library-
and will assist in providing mate-
rials and ancillary equipment
that augment services to citizens.


Luke Christian and Adam Matthew Davis

Davis Boast Twins' Birth


: Ashley Ashworth

Celebrates First
Colt Walker Mclnnis,; son of
Gordon and Sherri. turned one
year old on May 6th. Colt cele-
brated his birthday with family
and friends with a "Cowboy Win-
nie the Pooh" party at his home.


Steve and Lora Davis of Dal-
las. Texas recently welcomed
home their twin sons. Adam Mat-
thew and Luke Christian,, who
made their entrance at 19 1/8'


Long-CollinsTo

Marry May 20
Jimmie Long and. Cathy Col-
lins of Wewahitchka would like to
announce their engagement to
family and friends.
SThe wedding, performed by
Rev. Charles Pettis; is to be held
at the. Worship Center in Wewa-.
hitchka on May 20th at 5:30 p.m.
A reception will be held fol-
lowing the ceremony at Lake Alice
Park. All are invited to attend.


and 18 1/4 inches in length and
Weighed 5 Ibs. 2 ozs. and 4 lbs. 3
ozs., respectively. The boys were
born on April 5th.i
Proud grandparents are Lee
and Pat Bond of Noble, Oklahoma
and Mrs. L. C. (Marie) Davis of
Port St. Joe.

Conduct Outreach in
the 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.


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day were cousins. Brent. Walker
and Jason Gainnie; friends, Aus-
tin Williams. Colby,Gentry. Bran-
don Price, and their parents;
Nana and Paw Paw Walker and
Grandma Mclnnis. :
Colt and his parents, would
like to thank his Aunt Bunny
Rawlings from Dothan, Alabama
for coming and helping with the
party.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1996 PAGE 5A


Intra Oral Camera Allows Close-up View


Advanced technology is in full
swing here in the panhandle, this
time in the field of dentistry. Uti-
lizing a devise used in medicine.
for several years; it is now possi-
ble, with the aid of an intra-oral
camera, to view pictures of pa-
tient's teeth and gums magnified
up to' 30 times on a color t.v.
monitor. This exciting new tech-
nology allows the dentist to dis-
cover problems while they are
still small and can be easily treat-


ed or prevented. It also allows the
dental patient to see any prob-
lems that exist in their teeth and
gums, so they will more easily
understand any treatment that
might be needed to save their
teeth.
Dr. Frank D. May. practices
dentistry in Port St. Joe and is
the first dentist in the area to uti-
lize this exciting new technology
for the diagnosis and treatment of


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dental problems. Similar to an
oral dental mirror, the camera
can take close up pictures of
teeth from angles never before at-
tainable, namely from inside the
mouth. It can also print these
pictures to help patients under-
stand their needs. Therefore, the
patient can leave the dental office
with a complete written and visu-
al record of findings and recom-
mendations.
Dr. May has only been using
the camera for a few months, but
he has found patients to be really
excited about actually being able
to see their needs. He has also
found it to be extremely helpful in
diagnosing problems that he was
previously having trouble seeing.
Recently, a southern California
dentist was looking at the t.v.
monitor of his intra-oral camera


while performing a routine exam
on a patient that he had exam-
ined many times before and
found a soft tissue tumor. Lucki-
ly, this dentist and patient got a
second opportunity to treat his
problem because of this latest
technology.
May does not charge patients
extra for the new intra-oral exam,
and reports that most patients.
are eager to see what the inside of
their mouth looks like. While this
.technology is new to our area,
May feels like the intra-oral came-
ra will be standard equipment in
any up-to-date dental office with-
in the next ten years. In any
event, video is no longer just for
entertainment and sports, as any-
one who has seen an image of
their tooth enlarged thirty times
will tell you.


31 Years of Service
On Friday, May 10th, Mary Earley officially retired after 31
years at Hannon Insurance Agency. In honor of her many years of
dedicated service many friends and her family attended this special
reception hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith. We all wish Mrs. Earley
a happy retirement.







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411 REID AVENUE 340 W. 23rd ST, SUITE K
PORT ST. JOE, FL 32456 PANAMA CITY, FL 32405
(904) 229-8126 (904) 769-0707
(904) 227-2130
We at Arbor Clinics are very pleased to
S announce the association of
THREE New Physicians
.with our group.

Dr. Susan Cislo, D.O.
Dr. Susan is board eligible in Pediatrics and recently was.
Chief Pediatric Resident in Doctors Hospital in Columbus,
Ohio. Dr. Susan also provides Family / General Medicine.
S Dr. Laura Mendoza, D.O.
SDr. Laura is a Board Certified Medical Review Officer and
prior t' entering private practice, she received additional
training in General Internal Medicine. As a General
Practitioner, she also provides gynecological exams and
services.
Dr. Maurice Ramirez, D.O.
Dr. Maurice specializes in Family/General Practice and is
nearing the completion of a second doctorate in Clinic
Nutrition. Dr. Maurice is a Certified Medical Review Officer
and a nationally recognized speaker on numerous medical
topics.
Each of our new physicians was born, reared and received
their medical education in the United States.
As always, Dr. Spichael Stallings, D.C. will continue
to provide outstanding chiropractic services to our
patients.
Stop by out clinics to meet our physicians, or make an
appointment by calling the above numbers.
Signed,
The Staff at Arbor


Anealia Bush, Dental Hygienist, uses the new camera on patient

Monette Is BCC Spring Graduate


Kenneth Monette received a
Bachelor of Science Degree from
Bethune-Cookman College in
Daytona Beach at the commence-


Larry Byrd, Jr.
Magna Cum
Laude Graduate
Larry Byrd, Jr. of Port St. Joe
graduated from the University of
West Florida on April 27 iin Pen-
sacola with a Bachelor of Science
degree in computer systems. Lar-
ry graduated Magna Cum Laude
with a 3.8 GPA and was in the
top 10% of his graduating class.
S Larry is a 1990 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and a
1993 graduate of Gulf Coast
Community College.
He is the son of Larry and
Myra Byrd of White City, and the
grandson of Maggle Waters Yates
and Vennie Mae Byrd. both' of
Port St. Joe.


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ment program on Monday, April
29.
He graduated with the honor
of Cum Laude. He was a member
of the Fighting Wildcats football
team, the Male Academic Leader
in Education Group, and the Del-
ta Beta Chapter of Alpha Phi Al-
pha Fraternity Incorporated.


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CHILDREN'S FUTURE
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A LOVE OF LEARNING


What can parents do to help children enjoy learning?.
This age old question is even more difficult to answer today
because of the many outside influences that compete for our
Children's time and attention. Finding the answer and help-
ing children develop good attitudes toward learning has nev-
er been more important. Due to the rapid changes that are
Occurring in technology, the future will demand citizens who
are lifelong learners. A love of learning is a "must have" skill
for the 21st century.
Fortunately, one of the most important ways parents can help
children enjoy learning is also the easiest! When children are
in the process of learning a new skill, give
them many chances to feel like win-
ners. Celebrate their success with a
special recognition such as a family
dinner, a note in their lunchbox or a
banner across the front door!
Developing this personal sense of
pride and enjoyment of learning will
help prepare our children for the future.
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PAGE 6A THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1996


From left to right: Troy Huckeba, Jennifer Jones, Tessa Goff, Ruth Brownell, Zola Taylor, Reba Lind-
sey, Elizabeth Terry and Pat Loose.

GHP Celebrated Nurses Week i


Gulf Pines Hospital celebrat-
ed Nurses Week May 6th through
10th. The week was filled with ac-
tivities and special thanks was
given to nurses by the adminis-
tration and other employees of
the hospital.
'Monday, May 6th started the
events with donuts and coffee;
Wednesday the nurses were pre-
sented with gifts and awards; and
the week ended with a bar-b-cue
hosted by Bob Hobson and the


Dixie Youth Coaches

To Play Each Other


Port St. Joe Dixie Youth's
banquet committee is sponsoring
a fun-filled "Coaches' Day of
Baseball" on May 18th beginning
at 4;00 p.m., E.D.T., at the Port
St; Joe High School baseball field.
A double-header is on tap
featuring the talent of most of the
league's 60 coaches-showcasing
many Shark alumni players. It
will be an exciting evening of
baseball The 257, rostered
players of the league will finally
get their chance to stand on the
sidelines and'call out directions
to their coaches.
Rumor has it that the "offi-
cials" for the games will be none
Other than the league secretary,


;engineering department. All the
employees supplied covered
dishes and everyone enjoyed the
event.

Hugh Steely, owner of Mar-
quis Management Corp., and
Brian Upton, Administrator of
Gulf Pines were present to thank
the nursing staff. Special thanks
go to Tina Valadares ard Tessa
Goff, RN, DON, for planning the
events;


treasurer, and player agent-
Donna Haddock, Tracl Gaddis
and Kim Powell.
A small admission of $1.00
will be requested at the gate, but
additional donations will be
warmly accepted.
A concession stand will be


available throughout the event
featuring juicy 1/4 Ilb. hambur-
gers, hot dogs, chips, cold drinks,
snow cones, nachos and cheese.
Enjoy your evening meal while
taking in the action.

Funds from this event will
support the first annual Dixie
Youth Banquet to be held at the
conclusion of the season. The en-
tire community is encouraged to
attend, have a great time, and
help support the little league.


Faith Christian Kindergarten Graduation
Faith Christian School Kindergarten will hold graduation exer-
cises at Oak Grove Assembly of God on Thursday, May 16 at 7 p.m.
Members of the graduating class are. in front row, from left: Tre-
vor Seay, Ashton Norris, Breanna Scalf. Preston Nobles and Ray Ta-
tum. In middle row, from left, are: Lauradenna Phillips. Jamila Lew-
is. Adrian Lewis. Anthony Ramirez. Austin Burke and Trevor Burch.
In back row, from left, are: Erin Bailey. Alex Harris. Brandi Rodgers,
Summer Stitt, Hilary Cobb, and Albert Scheffer.


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celebrate her 81st prayers are sincerely requested
Lprl 22 at her home for her recovery.
id friends.
ired as a cook from
hospital in 1971 due Sub and BBQ
5ons. She is a moth- Sub
their great-grand- Sandwich Sale
great-great- grand-
red with their loving On Friday, May 17 the Gulf
other who is affec- County Senior Citizens will be of-
wn as "Moma Car- fearing the public their choice of
grand-children of delicious large BBQ beef sand-
ighters. Colorado, ,wiches or 8-inch sub sandwiches
ty Jean, and her de- with three meats, cheese, lettuce,
er, Rabbit. tomato and green peppers.
nation was a bless-r The sale will begin at 11:00
)ie. All of her de- a.m. and continue until 1:00 p.m.
ve benefited from Accompanying the sandwiches
king, and good val- will be chips and tea for a great
;arrie has been in price of $3.00.
Diners ray stop by the Amer-
ican Legion Hall or Frank Pate.
-Chi- Yi-O Park to purchase a meal or call
229-8466 and they will deliver to
e Big 4-0! any local business.

Takes First Flight
Teresea Renfro Youngblood of
Port St. Joe became the first
SJwoman on record, as a private
'y. student, to solo at the Apalachi-
". "cola International Airport on
Thursday. May 9. She contributes
her success to faith and a good
i ; instructor.


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


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR GULF COAST WORKFORCE DEVELOP-
MENT BOARD Direct newly created board in the implementation of
JTPA and other grant funds, policies, and program activities. Bache-
lor's degree in business administration or human services related
field required, Master's degree preferred. A minimum of five years
successful administratvre/managerial experience in grant writing and
oversight required. A Master's degree may be substituted for one year
of experience, and equivalent grant experience may be substituted for
a Master's Degree. Strong communication and human relations skills
as well as knowledge of JTPA, the Jobs and Education Partnership,
and Workforce Development necessary. Deadline to apply is May 31,
1996. Send letter of application, resume, photocopies of transcripts,
and three letters of reference to: Personnel Office Room 115, Atten-
tion Ralph Rish, 5230 West U. S. Highway 98, Panama City, FL
32401.
ACCOUNTING COORDINATOR GULF COAST WORKFORCE DE-
VELOPMENT BOARD Maintain financial controls, and proper, ac-
counting procedures for the board. Supervise and maintain accurate
records of all bank accounts, ledger, payroll, accounts payable, and
payroll records. Collect and compile service provider reports, compile
board and state reports, keep abreast of federal and state require-
ments. Bachelor's degree in accounting required, C.P.A. preferred. A
minimum of three years successful accounting experience also re-
quired. Deadline to apply is May 31, 1996. 'Send letter of application,
resume, photocopies of transcripts, and three letters of reference to:
Personnel Office Room 115, Attention Ralph Rish, 5230 West U. S.
Highway 98, Panama City, FL 32401.


M. B. Chapter of
AARP Picnic
The Mexico Beach Chapter of
AARP, will hold their spring pic-
nic at the City Park beneath the
water tower on Friday, May 17 at
noon (CDT).
Hot dogs, buns, mustard, rel-
ish, ketchup, potato salad, baked
beans, and pop will be furnished.
All paid up members are welcome
to attend.
In case of rain or inclement
--weather. it will- be held '-atlbe
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Recognition for
Peer Mentoring
^ Special thanks to Sheriff
SFrank McKeithen personally and
Port St. Joe Police Department for
your assistance in making the
awards and recognition dinner for,
Sthe participants of the Peer Men-
toring Program a great success
; Six high., school students
mentored six middle school stu-
dents who needed additional as-
Ssistance with their education for
the spring school semester.
Also, special thanks to Mar-
garet Ellmer and Cindi Mixon for
their extended dedication and vol-
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Sheriff Speaks to Students

o at Port St. Joe High School


Recently Gulf County Sheriff
Frank McKelthen spoke to stu-
derits at Port St. Joe High School
concerning law and order. He


Ford Is Bryan

College Graduate
One hundred thirteen stu-
dents at Bryan College, including
ot'e fro "'Port St. Joe, received
their degrees on May 4 during
commencement exercises at the
college. ,.
Justin Tyler Ford, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Ford, received
the Bachelor of Science degree in
Business Administration.
Bryan is an independent
four-year Christian liberal arts
college, located in Dayton, Ten-
nessee, named for William Jen-
nmigs Bryan,


SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF.THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 96-0022-VP
IN RE: ESTATE OF.
WHIIAM 8ETTERICH.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Wlli m
Setterichb. deceased. Pile Number 96-0022-CP. Is
pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf County,
Florida. Probate Division. the address of which is
1000 Fifth Street. Port S Joe. Florida 32456. The
names and address or the "Personal
Representatives and the Personal Representaties'
attorney are set forth below.
SAll persons having'claims against this estate
who are served with a copy of this notice are
Required to le withthis court such claims within
the later of three months after the date of the first
publication of this notice or 30 days after the date
of service of a copy of this notice on that person.
Persons having claims against the estate
who are not known to the Personal Representative
and whose names or addresses are not reasonably
ascertainable. must file all claims against the
estate within three mornth' after the date of the
first publication of this notice.
ALL CLAIM AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
JAN J. HEAVIER
41 Commerce Street
Apalachlcola. Flonda 32320
1904) 653 2121
Florida Bar No 288675
Attorneys for Petitioner
JOHN SETTERICH
Co-Personal Representative
Post Office Box 1028
Wewahltchka, Florida 32465
KELAN SETTERICH .
Co-Personal Representative
Post Oice Box 20213
Tallahassee, Florida 32316
2tc. May 16 and 23. 1996.
NOTICE OF INTENT TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to Chapter. '
865:09 Florida Statutes. the undersigned Intends
to register uiLh the Ditision of Corporatons,
Department of Stat e l RcaouloIt trade name
W. under which it ill be e agedim busmess ard in
which said busitnes is to be carried on. to-wit
NAME TO BE REGISTERED Universal Auto Sales
MAILING ADDRESS I 518 A First Street, Port St
Joe. Florida 32456
OWNER (S): Vera Mae Allen.
Itc. May 16, 1996.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: KATHLEENT. FAILE; ELMER LEE FAILED, SR.,
a/k/a ELMER FAILE; J. N. FARE and wife,
VERTIE LEE FAILE and JOHN D. BRYANT
and wife. ESSIE V. BRYANT, if living and, if
deceased. ary ko-wn part) who may claim as
heir. deviee, grantee. assignee. lienor,
creditor. trustee, or other claimant, by.,'
through, under or against him; any unknown
party ,ho may claim as heir, devisee, grantee,
assignee, henor, creditor, trustee or other
claimant, by, through, under or against
KATHLEEN T. FAILED: ELMER LEE FAILED. SR.,
a/k/a ELMER FAILE: J.'N. FAILE and wife,
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pointed out the influences that
teachers and coaches have on
students' lives, using his own as
an example. A mischievous young
man as a student, McKeithen
turned his life around after a
coach began to take an interest in
him. A native of Vernon, he later
attended college in Michigan were
he played collegiate football.
According to McKelthen, the
thing he hated most was anyone
selling drugs to children, and that
drug eradication was a prime
thrust of his administration,
Narcotic investigators Andrew
Gainer and Marty Williams
accompanied Sheriff McKeithen,
bringing a video made while the
Gulf County Sheriffs Department
was making various drug-related
arrests. The students showed an
immense interest in the duties of
the Gulf County ,narcotic investi-
gators.


Sand wife, ESSIE V. BRYANT. all parties having
or claiming to have any right, title or interest
in the following described property, situate.
lying and being in Gulf County Florida, to wIL
Beginning at the Southeast corer of the
Southwest corner of. the Southwest '
Quarter of Section 13, Townshp:'4 South,
Range 10 West. then run North 35 chains,
then run West 3.5 chains, then.run South
8 chains to the Southeast corner of W. C.
Whaley Blue Gator trac 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, :
Township 4 South. Range 10 West. this lot
is faced on the East and North by a 20 foot
Street: this deed conveys one III cabin now
on said lot and Includes nparian rights
S(the "Property")
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action '
to\Qulet Title, and for such additional relief in said
action concerning the Property has been filed .:
against you, and you are required to serve a coy
o your written defenses. If any, tot 1 on Plinifcs :
attorney. Sherri L. Denton. Esq.. Burke & Blue.
P.A.; whose address is Post Office Box 70. 221
McKenzle Avenue, Panama City, Florida 32402, on
or before May 27. 1996. and ile the original with .
the Clerk of this Court either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or Immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on
this 22nd day of April. 1996.
BENNY C. LISTER, CLERK, CIRCUIT
COURT, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ C. Bridges. As Deputy Clerk I
Sherri L Denton
Florida Bar d0699136
Burke & Blue, P-A.
221 McKenzie Avenue
Post Office Box 70
Panama Ct1y, Florida 32402
1904) 769-1414
4tc. April 25, May 2.9 and 16, 1996
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SCALED BID
BID NO. 9506-30
.The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County. Florida..ill receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or corporation
Interested in contractng with Gulf County to
provide quarterly white goods and metal recycling
at Five Points and Wetappo Landfills.
SSpecifcaUons and blank contract can be obtained 0
from the Gulf County Solid Waste Dept 1001
Tenth St.. Port St. Joe. FL 32456. Phone
904-227-3696. Fax 904-227-1185
Delivery date must be specified.
Please indicate on envelope that this is a SEALED
BID. the BID NUMBER and what the bid li for.
Bids will be received until 5:00 p.m. E D.T. on
May 28. 1996 in the Ofce of the Clerk of Court.
1000 Fifth Street. Port St Joe. FL 32456
2tc. May 16 and 23. 1996
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION
NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER QUALITY STUDY
The Department of Environmental Protecton
gives notice of the Intent of ALA Environmental.
Inc. and the City of Port SL Joe to conduct a study
of water quality in Gulf County Canal and SL
Joseph Bay near the Gulf County Canal, located in
Gulf County, Florida. The water quality study ill
be conducted In accordance with the Plan of Study
approved by the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection in accordance with Rule
62-650. Florida Administrative Code The purpose
of the study s to collect sufficient data concerning
water quality, lows and circulation, and other
related data necessary to establish Water Quality
Based Emfluent Umits (WQBEU for the existing
discharge from the City of Port St. Joe Industrial
Wastewater Treatment Plant to the Gulf County
Canal. The other known affected discharger is
Premier Services Corporaton Field studies related
to this notice are ongoing,
The Plan of Study is available for public
inspection Monday through Friday, except for legal
holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.nm. at;
Department of Environmental Protection,
Room 238, Twin Towers Office Building
2600 Blair Stone Road, Tallahassee,
Florida 32399-2400.
Department of Environmental Protection,
Northwest District' Office, 160
Governmental Center, Pensacola, Florida
32501-5794; and,
City of Port .St Joe City Hall, 305 Fifth
Street, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
Interested parties should review the Plan of
Study and offer their comments in writing within
14 days of publication of this notice to Mr. Al
Bishop, P.E., Administrator, Point Source
Evaluation Section, Department of Environmental
Protection, 2600 Blair Stone Road, Room 238,
Twin Towers Office Building, Tallahassee, Florida
32399-2400.
lie. May 16. 1996


Track Team Receives Donation
Tonya Nixon, Assistant Vice President Branch Branch Manager
of Wewahitchka State Bank presents Port St. Joe High School Boys
Track and Field Coach Scott Gowan with a $350.00 check. This
money will be used to purchase new track and field equipment for
the three time state track and field champions.



Canned Good Drive A Success


The Port St. Joe Post Office
was part of a national food drive
and asked all patrons who were.
able to donate dried or canned
goods and leave them near their
mailboxes. Letter carriers picked
up this food. The response was
tremendous The food was then
dropped off at several of the local
agencies for distribution to the
needy families: in our community.
To' those who participated
and those who left food in the lob-
by, a big thank you :is due: The
community has made this fourth
annual food drive the biggest suc-


Kensinger Wins

Tournament
Kensinger softball team
cruised through the Flip Flop In-
vitational undefeated. Bay Athlet-
ics, Shiloh Baptist, Whitfield Tim-
ber, and North Florida Bandits
were other teams competing in
the tournament.
Leading hitters for Kensinger
were R. D.. Davis (.86-),. Scott
Harris (.851)., J4eff. Hinote_ 185 .
Michael Newell -(,765), and Chris
Butts (.733). Hinote and Newell
also hit three homeruns'each.


Card of Thanks
I would like to take this op-
portunity to thank everyone who
had a part in our bike-a-thon for
St. Judes Hospital. St. Judes
treats children with all kinds of
diseases such as cancer, leuke-
mia. lymphoma, non-hodgkin
lymphoma and others without re-
gard to who can or cannot pay.
SA great big thank you to our
riders Frankie Kelley. Jeremy
Owens, Amanda Lucas. Amanda
Haney, Shanna Hammock, Bran-
don and Tristen Chehardy. Don-
nie and Shayla Baker who raised
$700.00 for St. Judes.
Thank you Subway, Hungry
Howles, and Hardees for food:
Rich's ICA. Big Star, and Piggly
Wiggly for drinks; Smith and
Sons for a portable restroom,,
and thank you mothers, Teresa
Lucas and" Rita' Baker for your
help.
A great big thank you to the
the Gulf County Sheriffs Depart-
ment and City of Port St. Joe Po-
lice Department for being there to
block the roads off so we could
have a safe ride.
Thank you Gulf County for
your contributions to help. the
kids at St. Judes have a fighting
chance at life.
Coordinator, Joe Mac Purswell.


cess yet. The employees at 202
Monument Avenue extend their
thanks to you.

Gulf Rifle Club
The Gulf Rifle Club held their
monthly PPC and FPOA Bullseye
matches on Saturday, May 4.
The next scheduled handgun
matches will be held on Saturday
morning, May 18. Two 'separate
latches will be shot.


Law Enforcement

Appreciation Sun.
The First Baptist Church of
Mexico Beach will observe Law
Enforcement Appreciation on
Sunday, May 19, during the
morning worship service at 10:00
a.m., central time.
All local law enforcement offi-
cers, active and retired, are invit-
ed to attend and will be recog-
nized.


Bystander Injured In

Shooting Friday Night


One bystander was shot in
the leg and several firearm related
charges were filed against three
men as a result of an argument
that occurred Friday evening at
the corner of Martin Luther King
Blvd. and Avenue C, according to
Port St. Joe Police Chief Bucky
Richter.
According to Richter, Henry
E. Byrd was shot in the left leg,
below the knee, when a shot from
a small caliber handgun, fired by
Lajuan Shakur Zaccaro, 18, of
221 Avenue E, ricocheted off the
ground, striking Byrd.
The incident occurred during
a dispute between Zaccaro, Early
Lewis (105 Apollo St.) and Elijah


Tremaine Shannon (Arcadia).
Police reports indicate that sever-
al shots were fired during the
incident and that Shannon point-
ed his gun at the heads of both
Zaccaro and Lewis and pulled the
trigger at one point during the
dispute, but the gun misfired in
both instances.
Zaccaro and Shannon were
charged with attempted murder,
discharging a firearm in public
and reckless display of a firearm.
Lewis was charged with reckless
display of a firearm and discharg-
ing a firearm in public.


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PUBLIC NOTICE

Gulf County Planning and:

Development Review Board Meeting

There will be a meeting of the Gulf County Planning and De-
velopment Review Board on Tuesday, May 21, 1996, at 10:00
a.m., E.D.T., in the County Commission Meeting Room. The
Board will consider the following items:

1) Variance Application Parcel #3204-OOOR
2) Application for a Final Plat Approval Sweetwater
Shores Subdivision
3) Variance Application Parcel #03797-000R
4) Variance Application Parcel #03795-001R
5) Application for a Final Plat Approval Beachside Sub-
division (Preliminarily Approved Surfslde Estates)

Interested persons may attend this meeting and be heard re-
garding this issue. For further information, contact the Gulf
County Planning/Building Director at (904) 229-8944 or
(904) 229-6111. ;ltc, May 18. 1996


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THE DRUG OF
GREATEST ABUSE.

SFor millions of people, use of a very common, readily available
drug can mean going insane or cause early death unless they
completely and forever abstain from its use. The drug is alcohol
and the disease is alcoholism. For most people it is a minor
problem, but for these others their body cannot cope with it.
S Alcohol can also react with many other common prescription
S drugs to produce very severe side effects. If you are cautioned by
your doctor not to drink with a medicine, this could be the
reason and you should not disregard this advice.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US with their pre-
scriptions, health needs, and other pharmacy products,
We consider this trust a privilege and a duty. May we be
your personal family pharmacy?"

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boree at Sneads next Friday eve-
ning, beginning at 6:00 CT. The
Gators will face the Pirates in the
first quarter and play again in the
third quarter against R. F. Mun-
roe.
The Sharks have 25 varsity
players out for spring training.
They will play Rutherford for a
half at Tommy Oliver Stadium
next Friday evening.


Charity Golf Tournament


SHellig-Meyers of Port St. Joe
announces its sponsorship of the
upcoming golf tournament
themed "Fore Love" for Children
to benefit those stricken with cys-
tic-fibrosis. It will be held Satur-
day, May 25 at St. Joseph's Bay
Country Club in Port St. Joe.
The format for the tourna-
ment will be a four person Texas
Scramble; one player 10 or under
handicap and one player 22 or
over handicap. Tee times will be:
set at each team's convenience.:
Entry fees will be $35 for
members of the club and $50 for
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The Gulf County School Board recently honored Port St. Joe High School Champion Track and Field
and Weightlifting teams at their monthly meeting. Shown above is Chairman Oscar Redd presenting a
plaque to Coach Scott Gowan. All State team members are: Gabe Clark, Germain Clark, Marco Givens,
Keion McNair, Tyson Pittman, Russell Russ, Justin Sumers, Andre Thomas, and Mark Williams. State
qualifiers were Chuck DeBates and Eric Sellers. Other team members are Darius Chambers, Rod Cham-
bers. J. J. Gainer, Ben McCroan, Jermaine Peterson, Chad Porter, Chad Quinn, Daniel Raffield, and Chad
Thompson.


visitors. Prizes will be awarded to
the top three finishers.
Golfers are urged to enter the
tourney to benefit the children
and enjoy a day of golf and fellow-
ship.
Non-golfers are also encour-
aged to contact the club to make
a donation to the worthy cause.
For more information and to
reserve a position, call the Pro
Shop at (904) 227-1751.


Girls Basketball
Camp Offered
There will be, a basketball
camp offered to girls entering the
seventh grade through those en-
tering the twelfth grade. Directors
of the camp are Jim'Belln and
Steve Maxwell. Fundamentals
and team play, as well as having
fun, will be stressed.
Dates and times for the camp
are Tuesday, May 28 through
Thursday, May 30th at the Port:
St. Joe Elementary School gym
from 9:30 a.m to 12:00 noon. In-
dividual and team awards will be
given in competitions during the
camp. The cost of the camp is
$25.00 per participant.
For further information, con-
tact Jim Belin at 647-5222
(home) or 229-8251 (work).

Spring Sports
Banquet Tonight
Port St. Joe High School will
be holding their annual Spring
Sports Banquet on Thursday,
May 16 beginning at 7 p.m. with
a covered dish dinner.
Awards and recognition will
be given to students who partici-
pated in the following sports: golf.
softball, baseball, welghtlifUng,
and track.


The Sharks are getting ready for the annual spring jamboree to
be held next Friday evening.









"' was the last
,..- time you saw these
guys take to the diamond?
Ronnie Hogan-Robert Combs-Mark Ellmer-John Wright-Rusty Brown
Stacy Strickland-Dit Butler-Al Ray-Terry Otwell-Chuck Tharpe-Jerry Smirn
Stan Pnce--Don Ashcraft-John "Gator" Bennett-Joe Capuana-Craig Besore
David Horion-Greg Williams-Tommy King-Rex Strickland-Phil McCroan
Gary White-Mike Todd-Cunis Little-Dennis Welch-Jeff Powell-Mike Knox
Frankie Dykes-Andy Tulen--Harlan Haddock-Tony Dandy-Ronnie Robershaw
Chuck Hopper-Buddy Hamm-Bill Dodson-Joey Tarantino--Donald Thomas
Lynn Nobles-Tommy Watson-Allan Strickland-Randy Pnillips-Frankie Williams
"Man" Mathes-Travis Burge-Hal Keels-and the list keeps GROWING!
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COME JOIN US FOR BASEBALL, FUN, AND SUPPER AT THIS
GREAT FUNDRAISER FOR PSJ DIXIE YOUTH BASEBALL!
', &


SChairman Redd presents a
plaque to Coach Curtis Ray and
the Championship Weightlifting
team, the first to win a State
Championship at Port St. Joe.
High School.'
State finalists were: Man-
dricka Miller, Pierre Hall, Matt
Roberson, C. J. Jones. Rocky
Quinn, Jamaail Fenn, J. J. Gain-
er, D. C. Jones, Carlos Best, Ja-
son Brant, and Luke Thomason.
State qualifiers were: Jermaine
Peterson, Chris lRichardson and
Matt Todd. Other team members
were: Kyle Adkison, Odell Dan-


IFor the deal of your life,
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dy, Paul Davis, Ben McCroan, and Daniel Raffield.

Views On 'Dental 7Iealth

FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D,.


Inherited Gum


Disease

If one of your children's on the mother's side of the fam-
.gums bleed occasionally, this ily and several other female
may be an indication of gum dis- family members. In the present
ease. If this happens in spite of generation there were four girls&
good oral hygiene, it may sug- and one boy in the family. Three
gest that he or she has inherit- of the daughters showed evi-
ed a tendency to gum disease, dence of gum disease before
Juvenile periodontitis or they reached their teens. Wheth-
gum disease can advance rapid- er there is a history of gum dis-'
ly if left untreated. It can.also re- ease in your family or not,
suit in loss of permanent teeth prompt treatment of this cohdi-
in children and teenagers who tion is needed to prevent soft
are otherwise healthy. If the ten- tissue involvement and loosen-
dency is inherited, it may be ing-of permanent teeth.
traced to an x-linked present in
t h e m o t h e r 's c h ro m o s o m e s . . .
Both boys and girls can inherit Prepared as a public service to
.this trait, though it is more com- promote better dental health. From
this trait, though it is more com- ^m^ ; f NK T
the office of FRANK D. MAY,
mon among girls. D.M.D., 319 Williams Ave., Phone
In one case, the history was 227-1123.
traced to a great-grandmother


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Both Port St. Joe and Wewa-
hitchka High Schools have faced
the same problem with spring
football practice-athletes in-
volved in baseball and track have
just joined other players in train-
ing.
Coach Wayne Flowers reports
that 26 are out for spring training
for the Gators, with a lot of young
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Learns City Is Already Planning Proper Handling Of Run-Off In Downtown, Park, Developments


The St. Joe Bay Committee is
still exploring factors which are
possible problems to the bay in
an attempt to arrive at a course
of action, if need be, to improve
the quality of the almost pristine
body of water. ,
The committee. has already
found out that the bay is almost
pollution-free and is nearing the
point of being anexample of what
a pristine bay should be like.
Twenty yeats of clean-up atten-
tion has restored the bay to its
condition early in the century.
The committee is taking an in-
depth look at the water quality
now to ascertain whether or not
further improvements could rea-
sonably be made and to maintain
the present condition of the bay.
In past meetings the commit-


tee has explored the reasons of
the salt marsh grasses die-off and
determined this is a state-wide
phenomenon of undetermined
causes. Dr. Ken Heck, from the
Dauphin Island Marine Research
Laboratory, discussed results of
an 8-year study his classes had
done. His research has shown the
value of the sea grasses from ero-
sion control to serving as nurser-
ies for small fish and shellfish.
His research concluded an in-
crease in sea urchin population,
which eat the grasses, was the
main cause of the die-off. He also
concluded the bay was as close to
being in a natural pristine condi-
tion as he could find on the Gulf
Coast A
STORM WATER RUN-OFF
Thursday, the committee


looked at the damage caused to
water quality and erosion caused
from storm water run-off.
Robert F. Taylor, Stormwater
Engineer with DEP, stated storm-
water run-off was becoming the:
number one pollutant throughout
the state. He showed a video
which illustrated the damage and,
the various sources of the run-off.
Run-off comes from logging
operations, sprawling urban de-
velopments, mining: operations
and construction activities. DEP.
is. combatting the effects of run-
off by requiring water retention
facilities where a large area of
natural filtration undergrowth is'
destroyed by parking lots or large
buildings.
;The use of swales, retention


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This year marked one of
those 'horrible birthdays' that
women often hate. I turned thirty.
I took it remarkably well, because
I had wanted to BE thirty for so
long. I had always been the
youngest person in any group I'd
worked in, and so. subject to
motherly, and fatherly stuff that
sounded basically like.... 'Well.
you don't know anything yet, just
wait till you're my age ", or
"Let me do that for you "; or
'You kids, I swear... "
I had held some, pretty re-
sponsible positions during my
"terrible twenties", most of them
in management. These had most-
ly been thrust on my be people
who saw me working and couldn't
believe someone my age knew
HOW to work, and after they got
through hyperventilating, decided
to reward me. But they couldn't
refrain from the well-intended,
though often aggravating parental
comments.
I kept threatening to get old-
er. but I don't think anyone ever
believed me. Then one day it hap-
pened. There was a younger per-


MY THANKS TO YOU
I wish to express my sincere
thanks to all who have shown
their concern in many different
ways during my bout with hip re-
placement surgery and the "get-
ting back into action" process. It
has been a slow process due to
the nature of the surgery this
time around.
I must have received at least
a bushel basket of "get well"
cards, a hamper or two of fruit.
all of which I ate, a basket con-
taining a package of bean soup
mix, a package of vegetable chow-
der, a package of chips and some
of the hottest salsa this side of
Mexico: but no steaks!
I'm doing fine. The leg bone
Just takes a while to grow to the
10-inch titanium spike placed in
my hip.
You folks have been extra
nice. It almost makes me want to
do it over again. just to get the at-
tention!
Wesley R. Ramsey,
[Etaoin Shrdlul


son at my job. Beautiful! That
meant I had a chance to be sup-
portive, understanding, and
above all, treat them like a peer.
And. that's exactly what I did,
right? You kidding? I ragged that
kid so much. Why? Don't kiow.
Maybe the devil made me do It.
Or, maybe it was Just kinda fun
to be on the other side of the
fence.
But age doesn't always have
its benefits. You see, I work with
kids. Kids who have a hard time
looking at age objectively. You're
either their age, teenagers, or-
you're old as dirt.
I was still glorying in my new
status as being second youngest
at work when I talked to a group
of kids and the subject of birth-
days came up. They asked me,
with deep respect, how old I was.
"Miss Laura, I bet you're real
old", one said. "Like maybe even
'26."
I smiled and said. "Gues'
Again. Older."
They looked horrified.
"'Twenty-eight"
"Higher."


areas and retention ponds serves
to combat the effects of water
run-off, all of which eventually
Swings up in the bay. The -longer it
can be delayed before it reaches
Sthe bay, the more pollutants are
removed naturally," he said.

Dick Fancher, Environmental
.Administrator, DEP, told the com-
mittee where sources of grant
funds were to combat this prob-
lem.

Fancher said, "Some years
these funds have no budget and
cannot supply' funds," he said.
"From what I hear, this is going
to be such a year, but you have a'
good opportunity to get a project
. funded simply because you have
a plan of correction."


"No way. How old?"
V"" 'Thirty."
'When were you born?'
asked with wide-eyed fascin
'"Shortly after the earth cool
Said tersely.
"Geez. you're .old as
'They exclaimed ...
After that unpleasant
began to wonder if I'd r
,recklessly through my youth
fore, I was congratulating
on making It outof my twe
'Now I was looking in the
for crows feet and wrinkles
in a way, I could get it. I re
ber when my own father t
26. I was six years old. I
out his age, and was shoe
got big tears in my eyes and
"Daddy, I'm sorry you're s
and going to die soon."
'shocked him. He probably
see himself as ready for the
reaper-or social security b
either. But his was also the


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1996 PAGE 1B


CITY'S DRAINAGE PLAN
'The City of Port St. Joe is do-
ing engineering to solve its storm-
water problem, with an emphasis
being placed on that portion cur-
rently involved in the downtown
improvement project," Phillip
Jones, project manager for Preb-
ble-Rish Engineers, told the
group.
"We're designing several
sales and retention areas into
our project- to specifically address
this water run-off problem,", he
said. Jones showed some tenta-
tive plans for the project, which is
to be. completed this year.
The committee will take a
look at the possibilities of encour-
aging an aquaculture operation in
the bay at its next meeting.


my who wore a lime green leisure
suit to my 1983 high school grad-
uation. What did know, he was
they old as dirt.
Nation.
latd." One day, not too far away, I
S will hopefully live to see the kids I
work with celebrate their own
dirt!" "dirt days". I'll hobble over on my
cane, put in my false teeth and
maybe I'll bite 'em. That'll teach
ess, I those whipper-snappers.
pushed
h. Be-
mysef Office To Close
ntiles.
mirror The Gulf County Veterans
. Bt, Service office will be closed from
*mem- May 20 thru May 27. The service
urned officer will be attending the re-
found quired annual training and re-
ked. I certification course conducted by
d said the Florida Department of Vete-
so old rans Affairs. The office will re-
'That open May 28.
didn't Veterans needing assistance
Sgrim during this period may call the
benefits VA Regional office at 1-800-827-
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PAGE 2B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1996


Florida's Overhaul of


Welfare Program Faces


Drastic Measures

Governor and Legislature Appear
On the Same Drastic Reform Track
LET DEBATE ON WELFARE, TAXES BEGIN
The charge of the liberals is that the Legislature made the poor pay
for a six percent increase in education this year. It's made usually with a
sniffle, of pain for the environment too ., like the unfairness of allowing
homeowners to trim some mangrove trees blocking their view as one bill
proposes or the failure to fund a plan to dismantle Rodman Dam and
destroy'Lake Ocklawaha, on e of thebest freshwater fishing holes in North
Florida.
But those are just mild crocodile tears; It hasn't sunk in yet that the
Legislature also passed welfare reform requiring recipients to work for!
their benefits and limiting each to. four years on the dole over.a lifetime.
Then, the Florida-Supreme Court in a unanimous ruling allowed a
citizen's initiative on the ballot in November that would require a two-
thirds vote to raise state taxes or fees.
Let the statewide debate that will accompany those two Issues begin.
The key to welfare reform that would be good for the honest poor and'
taxpayers alike is the concept of turning the federal program into block'
grants to states. Federal matching funds'allowed (even encouraged) states
to expand welfare because only half the costs came In state taxes.
As a result, welfare now gives better compensation than a job paying
$8 an hour. No wonder so many choose welfare, that does not require
work over work that brings less compensation. The public school system
was and is part of the problem too. It did not insist upon reasonable stan-
dards of education orjob skills, but kept promoting students up and out
so as not to injure their self esteem.
Worst, the policy of giving incentives to not work and have babies out
of wedlock has eroded America's traditional family-values and work ethic.
The working middle class, of course, have paid the bills laden onto them
by the pudding-halded liberal "do gooders" to the point it is becoming
almost a matter of survival (for the middle class, not the poor).
Florida's effort to reform welfare may not succeed, but it has a
chance. It has already obtained a waiver for it's experimental eight-coun-
ty Family Transition Program, which has become a national model.
Under the legislation, work exemptions would be granted to minor
children, the disabled,' single parents trilli a child under three months,
and the medically incapacitated.. The target -is to, get able-bodied free-
loaders.off the welfare .olls who can, but who just don't-want to work: and
to reverse the long-time policy of rewarding single mothers who have lots
of children. The law also includes a better'effort' to locate and get support
from thd absent parent, who'almost always is-the father..
Supporters hope by ,fracturing :the ,work effort, and. 'old fashioned
morality .ad respohsibility;'into fhe failed welfare system, government will
have more' money to adequately care for'the real'needy.
Florida's effort.is contingent. somewhat on passage of federal legisla-
tion. Whether Congress will clear the way for reform by the states or
whether itwill be vetoed! is still In doubt. Fortunately, both Gov.. awvton
Chiles, a democrat and the. conservatives Florida Legislature are together
on its welfa*re''eform program. No one knows how*President Bill.Clinton,
during this election'year, really stands on it. So 6our best hope is states'
rights. .-
Th passage of sbme control over escalating taxes by Florida voters In
November is more predictable than federal legislation. There Is much-
public'support to make It harder for elected officials to raise taxes. After.
years of just throwing more tax money at problems (often creating more
thainhelping) ,lawmakers will need a strong consensus from the public to
increase state revenue and. Incidentally, state expenses.
Planning and budgeting would become much more critical than the
horse-trading ways of the typical legislator of today. The political elite
with their supporters who are always willing to spend other people's
money would have to consider the public need first.
It will be an interesting statewide debate. The voters, of course, are
going to be told they aren't capable of making decisions on how their
money is spent
A KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL AT LAST
Most veterans-including this old reporter and Uncle Clem Rednek
over in Gadsden County who was a tailgunner in a World War Two
bomber-are glad to see at last efforts to erect a Korean War Memorial on
the capitol center complex in Tallahassee.
For that, we can thank Emmett Benjamin, executive director of the
Korean War Veterans Association of Florida. Inc., a retired Miami postal
employee, veteran of World War Two and the Korean War, who now
resides in Havana. Folks, this Havana Is not in Cuba but Is the antique
center located some 20 miles north of Tallahassee, near the Georgia bor-
der.
Known as Mr. Korean War Memorial, Benjamin was instrumental in
getting a bill passed this year setting-up a, matching trust fund to receive
private donations and state money to. build a memorial to the Korear War
veterans by January I; 1999.' ,
Gov. Lawton Chiles( isn't':expected to veto-the, memorial. He Is a
Korean War veteran: himself 'and Benjamin isn't expecting any trouble
raising enough money'for the memorial which he envisions as an open-
air pavilion with comfortable benches udder a roof to protect visitors from
rain and containing a list of Korean War dead.,
It's about time the Korean War'vets get'some extra recognition for
what President Harry Truman for political reasons called a "police action."
A battle like Pork Chop Hill was not a "police action" and all veterans
know It. '
It deserves its place in the Florida Capitol Complex with the memen-
tos representing World WarOne and Two, the Vietnam War a~d.,'yes.. the
War Between the States.


Class of '71
Members of the Port St. Joe
,Jr.-Sr. High School Class of 1971, t y
who are interested in a class re-
union this summer should con-
tact Benny Sherrill at 229-8651. 1 1


Capitol


NEWS ROUNDUP

from Tallahassee
by JACK HARPER


Here's the Capitol News Roundup
NO REFORMS FOR ELECTIONS OR CABINET
Florida's election year session of the legislature got out on time with
a no new taxes budget containing a six percent increase for education,
but it may be just as well remembered for what it didn't do.
it didn't pass any election reforms, including one that would have
made outright lying to voters in jast'minute campaign telephone calls
against the law. Public financing of political campaigns (welfare for politi-
cians) may have been sun-set because it wasn't funded, but Gov. Lawton
Chiles' top lawyer says it may be fought out in court.
And after a $250,000 study and recommendations from a committee
headed up by two.former governors, the legislature took no steps to
Improve or change the 100-year-old Florida cabinet system.
Election law reforms appeared to be certain when the session opened.
Even Gov. Lawton Chlles-who confessed to his campaign making 70,000
phone calls to seniors claiming the message was from a Republican tax
group-was for the bill requiring a disclosure saying who was paving for
them.
Incidentally, the calls were made In the closing days of the 1994 cam-
. palgn against deb. Bush just after Chiles had received a big payment
under Florida's public campaign financing law from which he received
$5.7 million. The dirty trick tactic s credited with'giving Chiles his nar-
row victory.
Why was It killed about 11 p. m, May 3 when it got to the floor tacked
onto a House bill?
It had been opposed by lobbyists of the Associated Industries of
Florida, the AFL-CIO labor unions and the teacher's union FEA United.
They argued the polls they conduct by phone would be skewed if they had
to reveal who they were.
"Big business and big labor killed It ... because they want to make
phony phone calls," said Gene McGee, legislative affairs director for
Secretary of State Sandy Mortham.
Others put the blame on legislators who hold sacred the election laws
under which they got elected.
The same, perhaps, could be said for the Florida Cabinet system
Which was adopted to curb the power of strong governors.
S The Cabinet acts as the state's board of directors, holding bi-month-.
ly meetings open to the public like a city council or county commission.
Created by the constitution with duties assigned by the Legislature. it is
made up of the governor and six elected state department heads.
CHILES MAY VETO TAX TRAIN
"I would say It may be a train headed for nowhere," Gov. Lawton
Chiles said of a huge tax exemption bill passed In the closing minutes of
the 1996 Florida Legislature.
Noting the $400 million slashed from social services, Chiles indicat-
ed he may veto the $1.5 million business-promotion tax break package
that grew to $40 million in exemptions and credits in the name of fair-.
ness.
Chiles favored the economic package to encourage manufacturers to
come with jobs to the state. But he questioned other tax breaks such as
an exemption for Pensacola Christian College from a back state taxes
debt of $3.5 million and sales tax exemptions for oil drilling. Internet ser-
vices. and a fishing hall of fame and museum at Fort Lauderdale. home-
town of Senate President Jim Scott.
DEATH PENALTY FOR MAJOR DRUG IMPORTERS
A little-noticed bill awaiting Gov. Lawton Chiles' signature could
bring a death penalty for major drug importers. Currently, there is no
death penalty in Florida for crimes that do not directly result in death.


Driver/Vehicle
Checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver license
and vehicle inspection check-
points during the week of May 17
thru May 23 on CR-274 near the
Chipola River and SR-71 near
CR-382.
Recognizing the danger pre-
sented to the public by defective
vehicle equipment, troopers will
concentrate their efforts on vehl-i
cles being operated with defects,
such as bad brakes, worn tires,
and defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be dl-'.
rected to drivers who would vio-
late the driver license laws of
Florida.
The patrol has found these
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the equipment
and driver license laws of Florida
while ensuring the protection of.
all motorists.






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PAROLE COMMISSION HARD HIT BY BUDGET
With a surplus of about 4,000 prison beds and no need to.eliminate
overcrowding by early release, the Florida Parole Commission will lose
about two-dozen employees including three of the panel's six members.
'The Legislature doesn't see us as an important part of the criminal
justice system anymore," said veteran commissioner Guy Revel.
CHILES TO APPROVE REDISTRICTING PLAN
Gov. Lawton Chiles says he will approve the newly drawn 3rd
Congressional District in Florida passed by the Florida Legislature well in
advance of a May 22 deadline set by a federal three-judge panel.
The district was declared unconstitutional because it was gerryman-
dered to assure the election of a black candidate. It still connects black
pockets of voters in Jacksonville and Orlando, but it no longer has a
majority of black voters.
NO JURY TRIAL FOR F. LEE BAILEY
Famous attorney F. Lee Bailey has been denied the jury trial'he
requested in his battle in federal court over $16 million in stocks he
claims were payment from a drug case, but the government sees as evi-
dence.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1996 PAGE 3B


County Commodity Distribution


S U.S.D.A. commodities will be
distributed in Gulf County on
May 21st and 23rd to those who
are eligible. Eligibility is based on
total household income not in ex-
cess of the state-established max-
imum percentage of the poverty
line for the appropriate house-
hold size. Recipients will receive
two (2) months commodities on
these dates, therefore it is very
IMPORTANT that everyone bring


HRS Board Holds
Meeting in St. Joe
The HRS District 2 Health
and Human Services Board will
hold its next monthly meeting on
Tuesday, May 21, in Gulf County.
The meeting will be held from
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., (E.D.T.),
in the conference room at the
HRS Gulf County Health Unit, lo-
cated at 401 Long Avenue on Port
St. Joe.
SBoard meetings are held at
various locations within the 14
county district to give residents
an opportunity to attend.
Persons with special needs or
needing assistance to attend the
meeting should contact Ima
S Brown at (904) 488-0569 or by
TDD at (1-800-226-6223.
I SEEKING BOARD MEMBERS
Residents from Bay, Calhoun
and Jefferson counties who are
interested in health and human
service issues are being sought to
fill three vacancies on the District
2 Health and Human Services
Board. The Board is the area enti-
ty charged with prioritizing how
money is targeted and spent to
meet local health aid social ser-
vice needs..
Decisions made by the Dis-
trict 2 Board affect residents in
the following counties: Bay, Cal-
houn. Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson. Jefferson,
Leon, Liberty, Madison, Taylor,,
Wakulla and Washington.
Persons interested in repre-
senting the interests of residents
on the Board, should contact Ms.
Brown at the numbers detailed
Above. The application deadline is
June 10.

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a bag or box.
The distribution will take
place in Port St. Joe and Wewa-
hitchka at the senior citizen's
buildings. The distribution in Port
St. Joe will be on Tuesday, May
21st, from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00
p.m., E.T., and the distribution in
Wewahitchka will be on Thurs-
day, May 23rd from 12:00 p.m.
until 2:00 p.m., C.T.
Recipients must have a cur-


rent commodity card to receive
their commodities. There will be
no registration at the distribution
centers.

If anyone has questions con-
cerning their eligibility, they
should call 229-9112, 639-5068,
or come by the commodity office
on the Gulf County Courthouse
prior to these dates. Wewahitch-
ka residents may come to the Old


May 21, 23
Courthouse on Wednesday, May
.22nd, from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30
p.m., C.T., to'certify for commodi-
ties. To certify or recertify you will
need to bring proof of income or
food stamp papers.
"Acceptance and participa-
tion" in the program is the same
for everyone without regard to
race, color, national origin, age,
,-sex, or handicap.


Sheriff's 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


Farmer Returns

From Overseas


Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class
Michael L. Farmer, son of Jewer-
line Farmer of Port St. Joe, has
returned from a two-month over-
seas deployment to the Mediterra-
nean and Adriatic seas aboard
the ammunition ship USS Santa
Barbara.
Farmer is one of 378 sailors
aboard ithe 'ship who completed
the more than 12,000-mile voy-
age. Farmer's ship provided sup-
port to U.S. and allied ships in
the Adriatic Sea supporting the
peace process in Bosnia-
Herzegovina.
Farmer and fellow shipmates
aboard the 564-foot-long ammu-
nition ship provided other battle
group ships with fuel, ammuni-
'tion, food and supplies. Farmer's
ship replenishes other ships


while traveling side by side ap-
proximately 150 feet apart. Dur-
ing the two months, USS Santa
Barbara transferred 13 million
pounds of ammunition.
While spending 32 days at
sea, Farmer and fellow sailors
also visited Greece, Italy and
Spain, and had an opportunity to
take in Ibcal sights.
Farmer's involvement in the
deployment reflects the Navy-
Marine Corps team's unique ca-
pability of being able to conduct
air, ground and logistics opera-
tions supported entirely by ships
at sea-a critical option in re-
gions where access to land bases
is limited or does not exist.
The 1985 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School joined the Navy
in September 1985.


operated under failing mechani-
cal 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.
SAlso, during the drivers' de-
lay, they will be asked to produce
" a vaild 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
McKelthen 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.


Cox Magna Cum
Laude Graduate
Melissa Cox graduated Mag-
na Cum Laude from the Universi-
ty of Florida on May 4. She has
been accepted into the Teach for
America program and will be


placed in a school in the Rio
Grande Valley area of Texas.
I Melissa is the daughter of Al-
len and Cathy Cox and sister of
Justin; Allen, Charlie and Sam,
all of Port St. Joe.


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PAGE 4B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1996


Must Apply To DEP For Oyster Harvester Licenses By June 30


The Department of Environ-
mental Protection announced
May 1 that any person 18 years
or older intending to harvest oys-
ters commercially from the Apa-
lachicola Bay in Franklin County
must purchase a: 1996/97 Apa-
lachicola Bay 4AP) Oyster Harvest-


The Gulf County School Board met in
regular session on April 2, 1996 at 8:00
A.M., in the Gulf County School Board
Administrative Offices in Port St. Joe. The
following members were present: Oscar
Redd, Mary Pridgeon, David.Byrd,l Caroline
Norton, and Charlotte Pierce. The
Superintendent and Board Attorney were
also present.
Chairman Redd presided, and the'
meeting was opened with the ,invocation led
by Charlotte Pierce, followed by the Pledge
of Allegiance led by Mary Pridgeon:
RESOLUTION AND RECOGNITION
OF BASKETBALL TEAM: A plaque was
presented by the Gulf County School Board
to Coach Vern Eppinette and the Port St.
Joe High School Boys Varsity Basketball
team for achieving the Class SA State
Championship title; the Class 3A North 2
Regional Championship Title; the Class 3A
North 2 Sub-Regional Championship title;
and the Class 3A District 2 Championship
title for the 1995-96 school year.
The Board adopted a Resolution
expressing its appreciation and gratitude to
the Port St. Joe .High School Boys Varsity
Basketball Team and its coaching staff for
exemplifying such superior athletic stan-
dards. A copy of this Resolution Is on file in
the school board office.
TEACHER OF THE YEAR: The
Superintendent presented Charles
Osborne. teacher at Port St. Joe High
School, a plaque of appreciation from the
Board for being named 'Teacher of the Year",
in Gulf County.
SCHOOL PROGRAM PRESENTA-
TIONS: School program presentations were
made by the following;
Port St. Joe Elementary School -
Gerald Lewter, Principal; Sharon Watson
and Denise Williams, Teachers; James
Daniels, Margaret Gibson, Jolie Hogan,
Jessica Howard, Tessi Layfleld, Adrian
Peterson, Jessica Sherrill, and Bobby
White, Students
Highland View Elementary School -
Catherine Barfield, Principal
Port St. Joe Middle School -'Chris
Earley, Principal
Gulf County Adult School Martha
Sanborn, Teacher
ADOPTION OF AGENDA: On motion
by Mr. Byrd. second -by Mrs. Pierce, and
unanimous vote, the Board adopted the
agenda.
BUDGET MATTERS/PAYMENT OF
BILLS: On motion by lrs. Pridgeon, second
by Mrs. Norton. and unaninious vote,.the
Board approved the following -budget mat-
ters and payment of bills:
Budget Amendment No. VI. General
Fund: Budget Amendment No. VI, Special
Revenue, Food Service; Budget Amendment
No. VI. Capital Projects (PECO)
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: On moon
by Mrs. Norton, second by Mrs. Pridgeon,
and unanimous vote, the Board approved
the minutes of March 7 and 27, 1996.
PERSON EL' MATTERS "-On motion:
by Mrs. Pierce, second by Mr. Byrd, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved the
following personnel matters for the 1995-96
school year:
Approved Elizabeth A. Linton as a
School Food Service substitute. '
Approved the following as substitute
teachers in the Gulf County School System:
John C. Arrant and Linda J. Cooper.
Accepted a letter of intent to retire
from Joyce Quinn, teacher at Wewahltdhka;
Elementary School, effective at the end of
the 1996-97 school year.
PROGRAM MATTERS: On moon by
Mrs. Norton, second by Mrs. Pridgeon. and
unanimous.vote, the Board approved the
following program matters:
Approved a project application for Carl
D. Perkins Vocational & Applied Technology
Education Funds designed for
"Nontraditional Career Mentoring for Middle
School Girls at Por St. Joe Middle School.
Approved a project application for Carl
D. Perkins Vocational & Applied Technology
Education Funds designed for
"Nontraditional Career Mentoring for Middle
School Girls'at Wewahitchka High School.
SCHOOL CALENDAR 1996-97: On
motion by Mrs. Norton, second by Mrs.
Pierce, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved the following: Option 1 1996-97
School Calendar for Highland View
Elementary. Port St. Joe Elementary. and
Wewahitchka Elementary Schools; Option 2
1996-97 School Calendar for Wewahltchka
High, Port St. Joe Middle, and Port St. Joe
High Schools.
STUDENT MATTERS: On motion by
Mr. Byrd, second by Mrs. Pridgeon, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved the
following student matters:
Approved notification to the
Department of Highway S.ifety and Motor
Vehicles to suspend a student's driving priv-
ilege for noncompliance.




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ing License by June 30.
To obtain the necessary li-
cense for commercial harvesting
(including tonging and culling) of
oysters, all applicants are re-
quired to first complete an educa-
tional seminar.
Anyone applying for an AP li-


Approved for Dustin L. Powell to trans-
fer from Highland View Elementary School
to Port St. Joe Elementary School 'for the
1996-97 school year.
SURPLUS PROPERTY: On motion by
Mrs. Norton, second by Mrs. Pridgeon, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved the
following surplus property matters:
Approved request to dispose of the fol-
lowing old vehicles: (1) GCSB T-1l
Chevrolet Pick-Up Truck; (1) GCSB T-12,
Chevrolet Pick-Lip Truck; (II F100 Ford
Pick-Up Truck; (I) F100 Ford Pick-Lip
Truck; (1) GMC Vandura Van; (1) 1967
Chevrolet Pick-Up truck; 11) 1974 Ford
Mini-Bus .33, ID #E34GHU20567;, and (1)
1978 Ford Van. ID #E23HHCH3436.
SApproved request for disposal of the
following'unusable equipment: (1) Projector,
PR #9007-65; (1) Cassette Player, PR'
#9007-82; (1) Control Reader PR #9007-
129; (1) Disc Drive, PR #9007-193;' (1)
Language Master, PR #9007-63; (1)
Language Master, PR #9007-64; (1) Slide
Projector, PR #9007-69; and (1) Record
Player, PR #9007-71.
Approved request for disposal of the
following unusable equipment located" at
Wewahltchka High School: (1) Glass Bead
Machine. PR #08175684: (1) starter Tester,
PR .#61842476; (1) Ampere Tester, PR
#81832058; (1) Distrib. Tester, PR
#81862172: (1) Video Camera, PR
#81794055. (1) Panasoc. Camcorder, PR
#81862170: III Apple II 64K Computer, PR
#81832062. (11 Apple II 64K Computer, PR
S81832066; (1) Computer DK1000, PR
#81892310: (1) IBM Prbopinter, PR
#: 86023339; (11 IBM Typewriter. PR
#81791085: (1) French Horn, FPR
"18188221: (1) Grinder, PR #08176892:
and (1) VCR. PR #87905204.
.,- TRANSPORTATION MATTERS: On
motion by Mr. Byrd, second by Mrs. Pierce.
and unanimous vote, the Board approved
new bus stop #5816, Timberland Road,
Wewahitchka.
SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT: On
motion by Mrs. Norton, second by Mrs.
Pridgeon, and unanimous vote. the Board
approved request for Wewa Tee-Ball to use
Lhe Wewahitchka High School Girls Softball
'field for tee-ball pracnce.
On motion by Mr Byrd. second by
Mrs. Pierce. and'unanimous vote, the Board
approved early dismissal for Wewahitchka
Elementary School on Mavy 7. 8. and 16.
1996, in order to provide teacher
training/Inservice.
On motion by Mrs. Norton, second by
Mrs. Pridgeon, and unanimous vote. the
Board approved a summer school schedule
for 1996.
On motion by Mrs. Pierce, second by
Mrs.'Pridgeon, and unanimous vote. the
Board approved a supplementary plant sur-
vey recommendation for Port St. Joe
Elementary School (0002), to be submitted
to the State Department of Education,
Office of Technical Assistance.
T .,TheBoard reviewed information which
Sllsted' the'NJROTC unit at Port St. Joe High
School as placing third in the 1996 National
Academic Competition. On mooon by Mrs.
Pierce, second by Mr. Byrd, and unanimous
vote, the Board requested the
Superintendent appropriately acknowledge
Sthe NJROTC Program at Port St. Joe High
) School for their accomplishment.
The Board reviewed School Resource
Officer Monthly Activity reports for Port St
Joe High School/Middle School and
: Wewahltchka High School for the month of
March. 1996. No action necessary.
The Board reviewed information
received from Small School District Council
Consortium relating to FSBA Conference on
April 2, 1996. No action necessary.
ADJOURNMENT: There being no fur-
ther business, the meeting adjourned at
9:50 A M.


cense wi1l receive credit toward
the cost of a Saltwater Products
License (SPL), also required for all
commercial oyster harvesting.
SPL's must be purchased before
or at the same time as the AP li-
cense to qualify for the credit..
Credit will not be give for an AP li-
cense from the current year or.
any previous year.
The license application period
is:from May 17 through June 30.,
Cost for Florida residents is $100
and non-residents cost is $500.,
The law imposes a $500 late fee
for failure to comply during the
issuance period. The license is
valid through June 30, 1997.


A two-hour education semi-
nar is required of new applicants
who have never held an AP li-
cense and will be held at the Apa-
lachicola Research Reserve, locat-
ed at 261 Seventh Street in
Apalachicola. The seminar will
begin at 9 a.m. on May 16, 30;
June 6 and 20.
Refresher courses will be held
for those who have held a previ-
ous license. Pre-registration is
not required, but applicants are
encouraged to check in 30 min-
utes early to verify existing infor-
mation. Seating is limited andis
on a first-come, first-serve basis.
No one will be admitted once the


seminar begins.
Classes will be held in the
courtroom at the Franklin County
Courthouse at 9 a.m., each week,
on May 11, 18; June 1, 8, 15 and
22. **No courses will be offered
for Saturday, May 25 (Memorial
Day weekend).
In the event an applicant
does not have a valid 1995/96 AP
license, they must provide proof
of a previous year's license, a
seminar completion certificate, or
be required to complete the "new
applicant" seminar.'.
Upon completion of the semi-
nar, applicants can purchase the


1996/97 AP license at the Apa-
lachicola Shellfish Center Monday
through Friday between the dates
of May 17 and June 28 from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Licenses may also
be'obtained by mailing a copy of
the seminar completion certificate
along with the application and
proper fee. Applications submit-
ted or postmarked after June 30
must include the $500 late fee.
For further information re-
garding the Apalachicola Bay
Oyster Harvest License contact:
Apalachicola Shellfish Center,
904/653-8317; or Apalachicola
:Research Reserve, 904/653-
8063.


PAX Looking For Host Families


Florida families are needed to
share America in the new school-
year. The Pax High School Ex-
change Program and community:
coordinators want -to make the'
1996-97 school year, the year of
world wide understanding and
peace. Hosting a foreign exchange
student is an exciting way to-
share American peace and pros-
perity with the world. The Pax
program is seeking Florida fami-,'
lies to host high school exchange
students all between the ages of
15-18 who will live with their host
family and attend the local high
school for the upcoming academ-
ic program.


Deadline For

Aid At GCCC
Students planning to attend
Gulf Coast Community College's
1996 Fall Semester should apply
now for financial aid.
The Pell Grant application
deadline is June 1 for classes be- ,
ginning In August 1996; however. :
students may apply for aid
throughout the year.
GCCC applicants who delay,
filing until the last weeks before
school begins in the fall will not
receive funds before the semester
begins. Many of the major univer-
sites have priority consideration
deadline dates for applicants set
several months in advance of the
beginning date for the fall semes-
ter. Those who complete their fil-
ings by that deadline have an ad-
vantage in the competition for
limited funds.
.To assist students in com-
pleting the applications, for stu -^
dent aild, the Gulf Coast Commu--
nity College Financial Aid Ofice
offers 45 minute "How to Apply"
workshops available free to stu-
dents and their parents. Advance
registration Is not required for
workshop participation. Students
wishing to attend any workshop
should gather in the lobby out-
side the Financial Aid Office a few
minutes before the hour.
Students attending a work-
shop are asked to bring a copy of
the student's and family's Income
tax form. For more Information,
call Dan Smith, 872-3844.


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


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,

32456.


The City will


Port St. Joe, FL


conduct public


hearings on the Evaluation and

Report later in the summer.
2tc. May 9 and 16. 1996


Coordinators'are currently in-
terviewing families in this area in-
terested in sharing their lives
with a young person from one of
the 20 different counties repre-
sented. Single parents,' couples
without children and retirees are
also welcomed to apply as hosts:
The local Pax coordinators
provide information, about the
program during an Informal. In-


home meeting. The exchange stu-
dents- are carefully selected.
speak English, are fully insured,
and bring their own personal
spending money. Host families
provide a bed, meals, and a sup-
portive loving home and a place
to study. Local support is provid-
ed to the host family and student
by the community coordinator.
Pax is a non-profit education-


al organization headquartered in
Greenwhich, Connecticut. dedi-
cated to helping students have an
exciting and educational experi-
ence in the U.S.A.
For more information on how
you can host your own exchange
student, call Community C6ordi- .
nator Arine Boyd at (904) 639-
5433 or Vanessa Feltrop at (904)
639-3859.


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SCooperation

With Christ
There are many tempta-
tions to compromise our
relationship with Christ.
As a Christian we have to
!always be, on our guard.
..- Christians live in the real
Oliver F. Taylor world. Sometimes we get
Visitation Minister, First angry. People do things
United Methodist Church angry.
which we do not like, or it
upsets us to a large extent. Christians need
control of their lives.
In Ephesians 4:26 and 27 we find, "Be angry
but do not let the sun go down on your anger,
and give no opportunity to the devil." It is great
to start each day with a fresh start. Let's all
close the day in prayer and not let the sun go
down on our wrath. Let's refuse. to give an op-
portunity to the devil. Let's cooperate with
Christ.


SummerSchool
at Faith Christian
Faith Christian School will
have a ;summer day school and
recreation session from 7:45 a.m.
S until 5:15 p.m,, Monday through
Friday from June 10-July 26.
Kindergarten A students up
through sixth grade will have ac-
ademics in the morning hours.'
Reading, phonics, spelling, com-
position, math. English and
study skills will be available for
the individual student's needs or
desires.
Afternoons will be spent in
outside play, Inside rest, games,
reading, crafts and.video viewirig.
A field trip will be arranged once
a week during the afternoon ses-
sions. Grades 7-12 will work on
individualized programs in the af-
ternoons beginning at 1 p.m.


Gospel Meeting
A gospel meeting will be. held
at the Wewahltchka Church of
Christ May 26th through 29th.
Charles Tharpe will bring a
series of lessons on "Our Commit-
ment to Christ". Services will be
at 9 and 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on
Sunday and nightly. Monday
through Wednesday, at 7 p.m. All
times are central.
Everyone is invited to attend.


The cost of the program
$60 a week for the full day a
$30 a week for the academic p
gram for grades, 1-8. There is a
a $30 fee which covers supp]
i and snacks. High school ,fees
according to courses taken.
S For an individualized su
mer academic program that
fun and rewarding, call 229-67
'or, go to Faith Christian School
801 Twentieth Street in Port
Joe to register your child.


Youth Kickof:
& Cookout
Beach Baptist Chapel of
Joe Beach is sponsoring a kic
and cookout for their new Chi
tian Youth Program on Saturd
May 18th from 4:00 to 7:00 p
Anyone 12 to 18 years old is
vited to participated.

The afternoon of gam
sports activities, food, fun a
friends was planned to acqua
area teenagers with the new p
gram. This is the most recent
several outreach programs sp
scored by Beach Baptist Chapel
The church is located at 3
Columbus Street in St.
Beach. For more information, .
the Beach Baptist church off
at 647-5026 or Donna Katyns
at 647-5694.


HVBC Celebrates Pastor
Appreciation and High
Attendance Day Sunday
Pastor Appreciation Day and
High Attendance Day combined
will be held Sunday, May 19th at
Highland View Baptist Church
with services beginning at 11
a.m., E.D.T. A special program is
planned in honor of Rev. Jimmy
Clark.
Dinner will be served in the
fellowship hall immediately fol-
lowing the morning service. Eve-
ryone is cordially invited to at-
tend. Come and bring your
favorite dish and enjoy a feast in
the Lord.



Gann Brothers
In Concert
The Gann Brothers will be on
hand to help' celebrate Homecom-
ing at Howard Creek Baptist
is Church on Sunday, May 19.
and
)ro- The day will begin with Sun-
Ilso day School at 9:45 a.m., EST. The
lies Gann Brothers will be in concert
are for the entire morning worship
service beginning at 11:00 a.m.,
mn- EST. Following, there will be a
is .covered dish dinner.
07. Everyone is cordially invited
Sat and encouraged to attend.
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Discover God's love!
Everyone welcome

Long Avenue, 1"'.
SBAPTIST\ ,CH RCH ,i '.
1601 Long Avenue Port SL Je' 229-8691 : .
Worship Sundays at 11 a.m. E 7 p.m.
Bible Study Sundays at 9:45 a.m. & 5:45 p.m. (ror 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 .


F/RST r4Pr1IST CHURCH#
MEXICO 3 C#I
Jim Davis, Pastor
823 N. 15th Street 648-5776
Sunday Bible Study (all ages) ...................9:00 CST
M morning W orship ....................................... 10:00 CST
Evening W orship ........................................... 6:30 CST
Wednesday Bible Study (all ages) ...........6:30 CST


- Grace Baptist
Church
is here for you. s

SUNDAY WORSHIP l10sOAM AND 6h00PM REV. MARTIN, PASTOR. 229.9254
_ I -_ ulm ni m lM, Om 'mw u;P ___ __ ,-


Small Business
Lending & Training
The Christian Community
Development Fund will be spon-
soring an informative symposium
on small 'business lending and
training May 28 at the St. James
Episcopal Parish Hall from 7:00
to 8:00 p.m.'
The C.C.D.F. will be offering
future assistance in funding and
training to individuals interested
in starting or expanding a small
business. Their goal is to equip
low to moderate income individu-
als so they my achieve self-
sufficiency through self-employ-
ment. If you have considered
owning your own business and
would like help getting started,
don't miss this meeting.
For more information call
James Wiley, Program' Director at
'-227-1f837 to 12 p.m., Monday
through Friday.,

Summer Promise
Registration Near
Summer Promise Registration
will start May 31 from 6:30 p.m.
until 7:30 p.m. Summer Promise
"96" is sponsored by the Ministe-
rial Association for boys and girls
in grades one through six and it
is held at the St. James Episcopal
Church. There will. be a short
presentation about Summer
Promise on the night of registra-
tion. For further information
please call 227-'1845.


The
Lion's Tale
.4 News Column


Congratulations to the 1995-
96 kindergarten graduating class
of Faith Christian School. The
program which will also include
Sthe three and four year old stu-
dents will be held at Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church at 7
p.m. tonight, Thursday. May 16..
Each class will give a short pres-
entation and the five year old
Group will present a musical ver-
sion of "The Little Red Hen". We
promise you an enjoyable eve-
ning.
We are excited about offering
a new opportunity to students.
"Futurekids" of Panama City will
be teaching summer computer
lessons at Faith Christian. The
classes will be taught weeky and
are open to students from age
Sfoir 'and uip. Adult courses will
also be available. The director,
SRose Marie Anderson, will be at
Faith Christian Monday. May 20
at 7 p.m. to explain the program
and to answer any question you
may have. These classes and our
summer day school activities are
open to all area students.
The summer sessions are a
mixture of academics and fun ac-
tivities. The mornings are spent
In classes that are arranged ac-:


Faith Christian School

cording to individual needs in all
academic areas. The afternoons
Share more relaxed with inside and
outside play, rest, crafts, and a
Weekly field trip. Classes for older
students are held in the after-
noon hours. For more Informa-
tion, please call 229-6707 or
come by the office at 801 20th
SStreet.
Last week was a busy week,
for field trips. The Beta Club
:worked in a beach clean-up and
picnic In Friday while the fourth
grade visited the Capitol and Gov-
ernor's Mansion in Tallahassee.
SOn the same day. the sixth grade
enjoyed a pizza as a reward for:
faithful reading in the Pizza Hut
S"Book-It" program. Monday, the
entire middle and high school en-
Joyed-'a day of fun at the Gator
Race'Track for their end 6f the
year party.
The' kindergarten classes
have had their year-end parties
and activities. The last day for the
three, four and Ove year classes is
SThursday. May 16. We want to re-
mind parents that each student
has paid for a yearbook which
will be available during the sum-
mer months or at the beginning
of the next school year.


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


Dear Counselor:
My wife is a "lotto nut"! Last
week as I was balancing the
checkbook I found that she had
written 26 checks to the local con-
venience store. When called on
it. she tearfully confessed that
she had spent almost $500 on
lotto in the last two months. If she
wins. she takes those winnings
and buys more tickets until she is
broke. I wouldn't mind her habit
if she were bringing money into
Sthe house, but she doesn't.
Although, she's a great wife in
other ways, playing lotto seems to
be the only thing that rings her
bell. please help us before we go to
the poorhousel
Sincerely,
This Ain't Vegas
Dear Vegas,
Your wife may be addicted to
playing "lotto" much in the same
way that some people are addict-
ed to gambling, alcohol or drugs.
She may have deep-seated prob-
lems which have led to her releas-
ing her need for affirmation In!
such ways. People who are addict-
ed to whatever "drug" also do so to


"cover" feelings of anger,' pain,
depression, or often all three.
Regardless of the causes,
your wife needs help, and quickly.
Not only is your budget suffering,
but so is she although that might
be hard for her to see at this time.
There are many treatment pro-
grams for overcoming addictions
and some may be located in your
local mental health clinic. There
may also be a need for marital
therapy in order to rebuild trust
or deal with any anger you may
have about your wife's problem.
Please talk with your wife and
decide on a plan of action today.
Sincerely,
Laura Rogers, 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 aid will remain confidential.
Letters may be edited for length.
Urgent inquiries' and requests
for professional counseling
should be directed by phone to
227-1145.


Reception To
Honor Graduates
Following the Baccalaureate'
Service Sunday, May 19 the 1996
graduates of Port St. Joe High
School will be honored with a re-


James Episcopal Church.
Families, friends, and teach-
ers of the graduates are invited to
join them there.
St. James Episcopal Church
is located where Marvin Avenue
and Twenty-second Street Join.


ception in Coldeway Hall at St. N ew Bethel

Card of Thanks Homecoming
'In appreciation to. friends, New Bethel A. M. E.: Church
neighbors, loved ones, all who will be celebrating homecoming
helped us in our time' of sadness. on'the third Sunday of May, the
Pleaep acront nurr. heartfelt 19th, at 11 a.m.


thanks. Those who brought food,
called, sent cards, flowers or a
hug. Each bit helped to see us
through. We are eternally grate-
ful. May God richly bless each
one.
The Robert Brown Family


The speaker will be Doris
Griffin. Everyone is invited to
come out and worship,

Advertising Pays-Call 227-1278 or 229-8997
to Place Your Classifled Ad Todayl


Cons tuition AnufMonument
Catchthe 1 PorSt.oe,
THE UNITED METHODIST CHUR CH '
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.
Sa Choir Practice
Rev. Zedo erWednesday............7:30 p.m.
PASTOReIn


"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP"
F rst Baptist-Churchi
102 THIRD STREET PORT ST JOE
Sunday School 9:45 am
: Worship 11:00am
S' Disciple Training 6:00 pm
SEvening Worship 7:00 pm
!.w n ~Wednesday Prayer 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
+i ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor
-


S:IA^ FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

I:"- .i ^ CHURCH
w 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
S SUNDAY WORSHIP ............... ..10 a.m.
S. ADULT SCHOOL ...........................11 a.m.
U 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 Overstreet Road)


The Church of Christ

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




CHURCH OF CHRIST
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Bible Study: Wo
T0 a.m. Sunday 11 a.m. S
7 p.m. Wednesday N
-Call 229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE.STUDY
P. O. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32457
SCorner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


>rship:
unday
nursery


Join Us For Worship .. ..

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



First United MethodiTst Church
11.1 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Morning Church ............9:00 a.m. CT
Church School ...................10:00 a.m. CT
1s**Nursery Provided**
CHRISTIANITY ON THE MOVE
Dr. Loule Andrews, Pastor John Anderson, Music Director
Office Phorie: 648-8820 Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am 12 noon CT


G od's


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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School News


Events and Happenings from County


Schools


Wewahitchka

Elementary

News...
By Linda Whitfield


"I Didn't Know The Governor
Owned The Mall"
The third grade classes of
Randy Harper. Linda Whitfield
and Marlene Whitfield went to
Tallahassee on Friday to see the
Planetarium, old capitol, and the
final stop was the Governor's
Square Mall. The expressed pur-
pose there was to let the students
ride the escalator. On the way
home on the bus Ricky Roberts
was heard saying, "I didn't know
the governor owned the mall tool"
Patsy S. Lister
Memorial Library
SWednesday; May 8, the new
media center at WES was official-
ly dedicated as the Patsy S. Lister
Memorial Library. Special guest
at the ceremony were members of
the Lister family, Mr. Wilder,
members of the School Board,
others from the community, and
the entire elementary school.
.Superintendent Wilder spoke
of Mrs. Lister's' dedication and
service to the school as well as
her forward looking to technolo-
gy. Mr. Kelley spoke of Mrs. Lis-
ter's dedication and especially of
her bravery and courage. The
children of WES sang a special
song, "School Days". It was a sad,:
but a proud moment tool
Baxley Selects Brandi Sasser As
PE Student Of The Week
,Brandi'Sasser, a third grader
in Llnda Whitfleld's class, was
chosen by Bryan Baxley, P.E.
teacher, as the "Student of the
Week". Brandi gives 100% and
hustles when Mr. Baxley tells her
to. Congratulations to Brandi.
She will also receive a free medi-
um pizza and movie rental from
Pizza Kitchen on Highway 71.
Miller Wins On Super Station
Matthew Miller, a first grader
in Mrs. Pridgeon's class, entered
a writing, contest. on WTBS.. the
Atlanta 'IV station. He, had to
write a short essay on ecology.
The grand prize winner won a trip
to Orlando. Then, there was a
first place winner and about 500
honorable mentions.
Matthew's essay won the first
place. He won a book, stickers,
games, etc. Matthew's parents.
Robert and Sharron Miller were
very proud of him, as all of us at
school were too.
Sympathy
Mr. Kelley and the staff would
like to extend its sympathy to


Wewahitchka


High School


From the

desk of...
Principal,
Larry A.
Mathes

Almost Theret
Graduation 'at WHS is this
Friday night at .7:30 p.m.-no6
matter what else you might have
heard or read-it will be at 7:30
p.m.. central time. I hope every-
one who plans to attend will ad-
just their time schedules accord-


Presnell Given
National Award
The United States Achieve-
ment Academy announced that
Barbara Jean Presnell has been
named a United States National
Award winner 'in cheerleading
and honor roll.
B..J. will appear in the Unit-
ed States Achievement Academy
Official Collegiate Yearbook,


lunchroom staffer, Zen Castleber-
ry In the loss of her grandfather,
Tommy Rouse.
Congratulations
Our school would like to con-
gratulate both WHS and PSJH in
their recent outstanding achieve-
meiits in sports. We are very
proud of you!.
TRIPS!
Monday was a busy day at
WES. First, the sixth graders
made their annul trek to beauti-
ful Wakulla Springs, complete
with glass bottom boats and alli-
gators.. Then, the kindergarten
classes had a fun-filled day at
Gulf World on Panama City
Beach. The weather has been so
warm recently that I imagine even
the dolphin tank looked inviting.
Finally, the Continuous Progress
classes made an outing at our
own Lake Alice for a picnic.
'There's more trips still to come.
'The end of a school year is a too
busy time.
Pen Pals
The third graders in Linda
Whitfield's classroom are winding
down a one-year relationship with
another third grade class In Ten-
nessee. Corresponding with our
mountain peers has been a lot of
furn. They discovered they still
like the same things, etc.
Network Training
We're nearly on the w.w.w.

Wednesday, the training begins
in the media center for extensive
training to put us on line. We are
looking forward to it too.


- Students Chosen For Health Camp


Leigh Lawrence
Leigh Lawrence
Chosen as HOBY'
Ambassador
The Port St. Joe High School
faculty is proud to announce that
Stephanie Leigh Lawrence has P.
been selected as the 1995-96 t-
Hugh O'Brian Youth (HOBY)
Leadership Ambassador. Each
Florida high school selects one
sophomore to attend the expense
paid seminar every spring. The
seminars bring together students
%with demonstrated leadership
qualities-tomorrow's leaders- I
with today's leaders, men and
women who have distinguished
themselves in business, educa-
tion, government, the sciences,
the arts, and the professions. LaS
Leigh has distinguished her-
self at PSJHS in the capacity of i LeR
cheerleader captain. She has also D
served as president of the Nation- cellar
al Junior Honor Society and has ice
been a member of Student Coun- Syste
cil in grades seven, through 10.' that
She is very active in the Fellow- St. Jc
ship of Christian Athletes as well celle
as in the youth group at First "
Baptist Church. In addition to be- uate
ing an outstanding leader. Leigh She i,
is, known for her deep compas- Pame
sion and willingness to be of ser- T
vice to others. She is a great asset, of the
to Port St. Joe High School and acade
will serve as an exemplary HOBY and c
ambassador, world


Hlie h; I w


By Erica Ales
This week's "Students of the
Week" for the seventh grade are
Misty Butler, Jessica Slate, B. J..
Presnell and Jessica Seymour.
We are very proud of youl
On Wednesday. May 8th,
tryouts were held to determine
the Port St. Joe Middle School
cheerleaders for the 1996-97
school year. The brand new


Ingly.
The school year for the rest of
our students ends May 23. Se--
mester exams are May 22 and 23.
Both of these days will be 1/2
days, with students being re-
leased at 12:00 noon. Please en-
courage your student to do his or
her best on the semester exams-'
often a falling grade on these ex-
ams lowers a semester grade be-
low passing, causing the summer
tto be interrupted by summer
school. It's not over until it is
over Keep trying until 12:00
noon May 23.
Athletics for the year is al-
most over. The only remaining ac-
tion is the Spring football jambor-
ee. WHS will play at Srieads May
24, so if you want an early look at
next year's team, plan on running
up to Sneads that Friday night.
Our softballers finished their
season at Jay. losing 9-8 in the
Regional Tournament. The base-


which is published nationally.
She has also been named an
All-American Scholar by the Unit-
ed States Achievement Academy
for having a 3.3 GPA or higher.
B.J. attends Port St. Joe Mid-
dle School. She is the daughter of
John and Barbara Presnell and
the granddaughter of Lonnie and
Dessie Bell and Jeanette Presnell,
all of Port St. Joe.


cheerleaders are: Kristin Abrams,
Veronica Adkins, Jennifer Craig,
Amber Daniels, Quatina Fennell,
Keesha Linton, Jessica Pate, Jen-
ny Patterson, J. B. Presnell, and
Tynetta Towner. We also have,
Eighth graders moving on to sup-
port the J. V. sports teams. They
are Kylene Butler, Lakeythia Fil-
'more. Lisa Rowan, Alicia Sand-
ers. and Nicole Smith. Conigratu-


bailers travelled to Father Lopez
High School in Daytona Beach. In ,
baseball terminology, Father Lo-
pez had a left-hander who could'
throw BB's, holding us to only
three hits. Maybe next yearly
The Middle School Academic
Banquet scheduled for May 20 is
one of a couple of remaining ban-
quets. The Band Banquet is Sat-
urday night. May 18. The
NJROTC Banquet will already be
passed when you read this having
been held Tuesday night, May 14
in Poit St. Joe. The Athletic ban-
quet and awards ceremony is
scheduled for May 23. I think
'that is the last one-how is any-
one supposed to lose weight??
S I'm sure it's not a record, but
this graduation will see the last of '

my household march across the
stage. She will be the eighth from
our family to graduate from Gulf
County schools, one from Port St.
Joe High School and seven from
Wewahitchka High School. I'm
pleased to say that each one
graduated with all the tools they
needed to move to the next level,
either post-graduate studies or
work.
Our eighth and tenth grade,
writing scores have just been
handed to me. We'll say more
next week, but a quick glance
shows WHS students holding
their own at the county and state
levels.


Gulf County Schools
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Three Gulf County high
school students have been select-
ed to participate in the Big Bend
Area Health Education Center
(AHEC) Health Career Summer
Camp scheduled for June 23
through July 29 in Tallahassee.
The Gulf County students
were chosen from among 80 other
students from 14 counties in the
Big Bend area. The students se-
lected from Gulf County are Ash-
ley Lister and Amy Owens from
Wewahitchka High School and
Casie Williams from Port St. Joe
High School. 'These students are


among the 40 other students se-
lected from the. North Florida
panhandle area.
This one week summer camp,
sponsored by Big Bend AHEC, is
geared toward students who have
an interest in health care but
want to explore the various ca-
reers within the medical field. Be-
sides the exploration of various
medical professions, students will
also have the opportunity to tour
health care facilities, discuss ca-
reer options with health practi-
tioners and shadow a health pro-
fessional during the profession-
al's work shift.
All expenses for this camp
are federally funded and students


are chosen based on grades, com-
munity volunteer experience, rec-
ommendation and essay criteria.
By establishing a relationship
and foundation with these stu-
dents prior to graduation, Big
Bend AHEC hopes students will
continue pursuing a career in the
health profession.
Big Bend AHEC operates in a
contract with the University of
Florida (UF) College of Medicine
located in Gainesville. Together
UF and AHEC aim to increase the
supply of health care workers in a
14 county area by recruiting,
training, and retaining health
care workers who are interested
in rural areas of the Big Bend re-
gion.


Shark Talk B:
*By: Dusty Daniels
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Kristi Lawrence
wrence Given
ridership Award
)r. Jack Hawkins Jr.. chan-
of the Troy State University
m. announced last week
Kristi Ann Lawrence of Port
e is the recipient of the Ex-
Ice in Leadership Award.
awrence will be a 1996 grad-
of Port St. Joe High School.
s the daughter of Steven and
la Lawrence.
roy State University is part
e TSU System,, which offers
emics programs in Alabama,
on military bases around the
1.


is to all of you
he following are many of the
s scheduled for the next
e of weeks: :
lay 15-ESE Field Trip to
May 16-Beta/SGA clubs
ng Trip; May 17-Academic
Athletic Award 9:00 A.M.
May 20-21-Six weeks exam;
22-Wacky Olympics and ear-
smissal; May 23-End of the
lance and early dismissal.
om the Principal's Desk
By: Chris Earley
>l Improvement Committee
)n Monday. May 13, the final
ng of the School Improve-
Committee was held in the
rence room of Port St. Joe
e School. The School Im-,
ment Plan was finalized
to copies being sent to the
1 Board for approval.
ks


A very special thanks is of-
fered to the following committee
members are: Parents Vicki Ab-
rams, Shirley Jenkins, Dawana
Johnson, Gall Blackmon, Donna
Parker, Katrina Etheridge, Rocky
Comforter, Linda Marquardt, and
Cindy Belin; Teachers Gloria
Gant, Joy Walker, Linda Ban-
croft, and Margaret Ellmer, Non-
Instructional Staff Chris Brum-
baugh and Wanda Nixon; and
student, Lakeythia Filmore.
Beta Club Dance
The Beta Club will sponsor a
dance in the. Commons Area on
Friday, May 17th from 6:30 to
10:30 p.m. The cost is $1.00 for
all seventh and eighth grade Port
St. Joe Middle School students.*
Seventh Grade Play
Under the direction of Ruby
Knox, the seventh grade language
arts classes presented three short
plays to the public on Monday,
May 13.
Thanks to all cast and crews
for making the "Seventh Grade
Production" an overwhelming
success.

T~s1^if~d^


By: Jo Hernandez
In The Rainforest.....
From the multitu
greens, yellows, browns,
and black that splash throw
the room, to the many
such as quacking, hissing
ing, blowing, and chirpi
echo in the corner one
Wonder if they had not
into a real Brazilian rai
The second and fourth gn
dents of Mrs. Hernand
Mrs. Plair have been s
and living in their rainfo


The school year is coming
to an end quickly. Just five
more days remain for the un-
derclassmen. For the Class of
1996, it is all over.
On Sunday, May 19, Bac-
calaureate Services will ,be
held in Port St. Joe
High 'School's R'
Marion Craig Coli-
seum beginning at 8
p.m. Following the
program will be a re-
ception for seniors
and their parents at
the St. James Epis-
copal Church In
honor of the gradu-
ates.
On Monday eve-
ning, May 20, Grad-
uation Services will begin at 8
p.m, also in the high school
gymnasium.
The National Honor Socety
would like to thank all the
contestants who entered a
mural into their recent con-
test. The winner In the com-
petition was Chris Follin!
Congratulations. Chris.


Last Sunday. May 12. the
girl's District Champion
track team and boy's Dis-
trict and State Chamipion
track team were honored at
First Baptist Church. Both
teams were given certlfi-
; cates for their ex-
S cellent performanc-
es throughout the
year and a motiva-
'tional speech to en-
courage them to
keep on being the
best they can be.
Last 'Tuesday.
, the boys District
Champion baseball
team ended their
season with a loss
to Keystone Heights
in the Regional Champion-
ships. This is the farthest
the baseball team has ad-
vanced in a while and we are
very proud of their outstand-
ing effort. Great job, guys!
Get "em next year!
To the Port St: Joe High
School Class of '96-good
luck In everything you do!


Bulldog News

Port St. Joe Elementary School
b y Cindy Belin


Students Of The Week
Congratulations to our "Stu-
dents of the Week" .. Courtney
Ward, Jorge, Rodriquez, Victoria
McCall, Jesslyn Rose. Randl Sas-
ser, Danielle Bellinger, Kandra
Williams and Jeremiah Wyatt.
Teacher Appreciation Day
The faculty and staff would
like to thank the Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School P.T.O. for the
food, flowers and gifts they re-
ceived on Teacher Appreciation
Day. It was so nice to be appre-
ciated in such a big wayl
Bulldog Beat
The Bulldog Beat, our school
newspaper, is now on sale for 25
cents. This is the last issue for
the school year so get your copy
soon.
P.T.O. Creative Writing winners
Ouir P.T.O. recently held a
creative writing contest with cash
awards for the following winners:
third grade-first place, Anna
Salzer, second, Sheena Bell, and
third, Kyle Smith: fourth grade-
first place, Kristen Chavis, sec-
ond, Randi Sasser, and third,
Tommy Curry; fifth grade-first
place, Colleen Falbe, second,
James Daniels, and third Mathew
Rose; sixth grade-first place,
Lisa Curry, second, Steven Var-
nadoe, and third, Maclain Howse.
Bulldog Bank Savings
Account Winners
Congratulations to Melissa'
Nixon, Jessica Ford, Gary Gliem
and Randall List for saving the


t-~ 3lc~c~za


Highland View Elementary
the past two weeks. The students
des of have learned about products we
grays, use daily such as rubber, cocoa,
oughout sugar, gum, paper and they have
sounds produced their own forest floor.
g, rush- 'The concepts of evaporation and
ng that deforestation have also been in-
Swould produced. Should you see one of
stepped these students ask them about
inforest. the rainforest.
ade stu-
:ez and Sixth Grade Good-Byes .....
studying On May 22 we will bid fare-
)rest for well to another group of sixth


most Bulldog Bucks throughout
the school year. They will each be
awarded a $50.00 savings ac-
count at Citizen's Federal for
their outstanding effort.
Girls Basketball Camp
There will be a basketball
camp for girls entering the sev-
enth grade through twelfth grade.
The camp will be held in the Port
St. Joe Elementary School gym
beginning Tuesday May 28
Through Thursday, May 30. The
cost for the camp is $25.00. For
more information, please contact
Jim Belln at 647-5222.
Kindergarten Registration
:If your child plans to attend
Port St. Joe Elementary School,
Sand 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).
Bulldog Memories
We are taking orders for our
1996 Bulldog Memories yearbook.
The cost of the yearbook is
$10.00.
P.T.O. Meeting
The final P.T.O. meeting for
this school year will be held on
Thursday, May 16 at 7:00 in the.
auditorium. All parents are en-
couraged to attend
Beach Party
The Beach Party for all stu-
dents participating in school
clubs is scheduled for Friday,
May 17.
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.

graders. We wish you all the best
and good luck at the middle
school.
Middle School Orientation .....
The future seventh graders
visited PSJMS on Tuesday, May
14 for orientation. They toured
the school facilities and met the
teachers and Mr. Early. They are
all very excited about their new
school.


A&.AL-qg -- .. qwr ~


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;i









THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1996


1978 28' Southwind class A motor
home, generator, air, fully self con-
tained, $4,000. 647-4047. 2tc 5/9
'94 Hyundai Scuope, red a/c, am/fmr
cassette, tinted windows. 647-8002.
2tc 5/9
'85 Chevy truck, 4 wheel drive, diesel,
$1,900. Call 229-9070,leave message.
2te 5/9
'92 Chevy 1/2 ton pickup, good truck,
$8,500 (below low book), 229-9282.
2tc 5/9





AUCTIONI Friday, May 17, 7 p.m.
Colnsl Sportscards Toysl Furni-
turel Art! Antique items! 10% Buy-
er's Premium. Wade Clark AUC-
t TIONS 904-229-9282 *AB1239,


AU1737.


I e^^^^g. ^


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


NEX MICRO computer sales. 342
Coronado St.. Port St Joe, FL 32456.
Apalachicola Bay & Gulf Co. Cham-
bers. Desktops from $109'9. Note-
books.- 81995. Full line of PC compo-
nents & Memory Point of Sale Equip.
- On Site Service. ITERNETACCESS
SERVICE thru IHQ. Contact Ron
Bordelon 904-227-6590. Email:
nexmrcro@beaches.neL 227-6590
Facx 647-3339, H: 647-8339.


I would like to "Bright Clean" your
home. Reasonable, reliable and refer-
ences available. Call France Bright at
227-1793. Itc 5/16


POOL CARE

Barfield's

229-2727










tic 11/2
---; ------





STUTZMAN ROOFING
RC "0038936
Specializing In Reroofs
Single-ply & Repairs
Where quality is higher than price"
229-8631
tfc 5/2

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

STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
All Type Electrical Work
24 Hr. Service
UC. IER0013168 .INSURED
647-8081
ALAN STRICKLAND


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


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.




Two trailer spaces at St Joe Beach.
647-5106 or 1-800-727-3514, ask for
Bob. tfc5/16
One and two bedroom apartments, 2
blocks from beach. Call 10 till 6, 904-
574-7356, ask for Marvin. Evenings
912-246-1250 aftei 9 p.m. tfc 5/16
Unfurnished 4 bedroom beach house,
Call 648-5306. tfc 5/2
1,500 s.f. metal building and approx.
1/2 acre enclosed: by chain link fence.
Located in Jones Homestead. Call Bil-
ly Carr, 227-2020. tfc 5/2
Warehouses, small and large, some
with office, suitable for small busi-
ness, 229-6200. tfc 5/2


SPort St. Joe Lodge'No. 111
Reg. Stated Communication
1st and 3rd Thursday of each
month. 8:00 p.m..Masonic Hall.
214 Reid A\e.
Robert Redmon, W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec. '-,
1 st & 3rd weeks -Dec.,
Bingo Extravaganza Until the End,
of Mayl Bingo is being held every
Thursday at 7 p.m. at St Patrickts,
Hall in Apalachlcola. In addition to
the regular games, a Jackpot of $250
will be given away weekly. There will
also be two split-the-pot cover-alls
each evening. 5tc 4/25.

9c Me Pet ject '7maq~e
-New Cleansers and Cosmetics
for any skin type. ,
For information or:,' ;
appointment call:
Kimberly Kopinsky
(904) 647-8322 4tc4/ae


DISCOUNT POOL
SUPPLIES
Bafield's 229-2727





Catherine L. Collier
Independent SalesRepresentative
211 Alen 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 2296435 t'o 4/6


NEX Microsystems
announces NEW PENTIUMS
starting at $1169,
P75 Multimedia- $1,365,
P50's from $1799
227-6590 or. 64.7-3339


LOANS D 8j PAWN SHOP
"The Lttle 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


Harnmon'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


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. Daily or weekly rates. 302 Reid
Ave. Port St. Joe, 229-9000. tfc 5/2
Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tapper
Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable hous-
ing for the elderly and the handi-
capped.
Cen. h &a; laundry facilities, energy,
efficient const., handicapped equip-
ped apts., available. Stove & refrig.
fur., fully carpeted, 1 bdrm., apts.,
on-site manager.
Equal Opportunity Housing Com-
plex. Rent is based on income.
This complex Is funded by the. Farm-
ers Home Administration and man-
aged by Advisors Realty.
Call 229-6353 for more information.
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
tfc 5/2
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. t fc 5/2


-THE PIANO MAN
a-
S=, PIANO TUNING&
S REGULATION REBUILDING
PIANO & FURNITURE
RN : REFINISHING
SRON KENT, TECHNICAL
784-6027


* Residential
SCommercial.


Albert
EIN #5


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

For Rent 1402 Long Ave.
2 bdrrn., 1 ba. breakfast &
dining rm. Cen. heatand
air. Stove. refrig., $365 mio.
(904) 227-5443
tfc5/16

:Apartment for Rent
Downstairs apt. 2 bdrm. apt:
517 4th St.
Stove, refrig., air cond.
$225 month.
(904) 227-5443
Sfc 5/2





LOST: Sleeping bag, dark blue, North-
Sface brand In Honeyville area. Reward
offered. 639-3741. Itc 5/16


Small Engine

Repair

Barfield's 229-727f


* Cuitom Wood
* Industrial


A 8 RFence
Ftoat g adf Courtte Work
Fielschmann FREE Estimates
593115646 19041 647-4047


LAWN CARE

Barfield's

229-2727


Steve Brant's Roofing
Licensed & Insured
Lic. #RC0050321
Port St. Joe Call 229-6326
-, 9tp 5/2

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


Pac4l, 4R DEVRAFF
a Drywall Repair
SStucco Repair Painting
Just Give Us A Call!
Tim -,227-8059
Lew 639-2026


STUMP GRINDING
Average Stump $10.00
1-800-628-8733
A-1 Tree Service & Stump Grinding
Vickery Enterpnses, Inc.
t fo4/6

MOWING RAKING WEEDING.
EDGING TRIMMING
LANDSCAPING LICENSED
C.J,.'s Lawn,
Service
Serving Mlexco Beach, St Joe Beach.
Port St. Joe & Wewahitchka
'I will work for YOU'" CLYDE SANFORD
Mexico Beach, FL
(904) 648-8492


Roof Turning Black?
Rust or Mold on Your
House? Let Us Give You A
Free Estimate!


c p-e SSure


ALL WORK GUARANTEED
INSURANCE FREE ESTIMATES
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
BILL WHITE
CHRIS MORRISON
227-2116
NEW NUMBER, SAME
GREAT SERVICES
tic 5/2


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


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


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

Locally
Owned

es0\

100 Commercial
Termite & Pest Control
Termite Treatments Restaurant Motel
Flea Control Condominiums
Household Pest Control New Treatment/
Real Estate (WDO) Reports Construction Sites
[ FAMILY OWNED
[ PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
Serving Guif'Co. & Surrounding Areas
Free Estimates & Inspections
648-3018=


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
UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm. hbuse, 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. 5/2
tfc 5/2,




Friday and Saturday, Yard Sale St
Joe Beach and Bay St., near Beach
Lumber. Concrete pelicans, $15, or 2
for $25.00
3 Family Yard Sale: Saturday, May 18,
at 8:00 till ? 117 Coronado St., St
Joe Beach. Lots of baby items. Large
ladies' clothes, and much more.
Itp 5/16


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


Garage Sale: Sat., May 18th, 8 a.m. -
1 p.m. Household items, linens, misc.
furniture, plants, men's, women's
clothing, toys, nice little girls' clothes,
dryer. 131 Westcott Circle, Port St
Joe. ltc 5/16
Yard Sale: May 18th, 8 a.m. till 1 p.m
224 Coronado. St., St Joe Beach.
ltp 5/16
Garage Sale: Sat., May 18 at 106 N.
29th St., Mexico Beach, from 7 until
noon, CT. Lots of baskets, artificial
flowers, stuffed animals, clean house-
hold. items, large women's clothes,
collectibles and many items you can't
live without. Itc 5/16
Block-wide yard Sale, Sat., May 18th
(rain date 5th) Mexico Beach, Hatley
Dr., off 15th St., 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Exer-.
cise equipment, small appliances,
books, children's goods, much more.
ltp 5/16
Yard Sale: Friday and Saturday, High-
land View, 288 Red Fish St 2 blocks
from school. Baby clothes and misc.
ltc 5/16


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


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


Drywall Repair
'ac t.. ; "* Stucco Repair
n Painting/
Residential & Comemrcial
Just Give Us A Calll
Tim 227-8059
Lew- 639-2026
GRFlFN sEIN#59-3367519
":;,: ; ~ :'' 2tp 5/9


A/C, Heating, Refrigeration, and Ice
Machine (Sales/Servicel ,
SVentilation Sheet Metal Fab. Natural
Gas & Electrical Equipment Contractor
Hardeneo

Service Co. C Rcdd*atI;
Wewahiichka.:FC 32465
State Mech #RM0066465 Ernie "Cooter" Harden/Owner
Phone 904-639-2454 Cel. Ph. #227-5036 41 s5,2


i cLcense No. RQ0035177

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



SLand Clearing Road Building
SStump Pulling Bush Hogging
Rootraking Fish Ponds



9 Excavation .

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




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


Business and Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service

FRANK J. SirST wr
Accounting and Income Tax Servite
Telephone 509 Fourth St.
Office (904) 229-9292 P. 0. Box 602
Home (904) 227-3230 t1 i/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


RATES:
Line ads: $3.50 for first 20 words,
5 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.
,:.. .; .. ,. .* "


PAGE 7B


I


TRADES & SERVICES










PAGE SB THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1996


FULL TIME Lic. Real Estate Salesper-
son to begin .immediately. Contact
Barbara Harmon, Mexico Beach Har-
mon Realty, Inc. 904-647-5767.

Wanted middle age responsible and
honest woman to sit with elderly per-
son on weekends. Call for an inter-
view. 229-8981. tfc 5/16

Babysitter needed, hours vary. Call
648-5617. ltc 5/16

Summer Help Teenager to super-
vise 10 year old during the summer at
Gulf Aire Sub. Must have transporta-
tion. Call 647-5777 day or 647-3444 -
night. lItc5/16

Licensed, real estate agent wanted.
Full or part-time position available.
Call 227-1892. tfc 5/16

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/Affimnative Action
Employer.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ Pauline Pendarvis
City Clerk


L2e /9


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 U-
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

Waitstaff needed. Experienced only
need to apply. Apply at Fish House
Restaurant. Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach.
tfc 5/9


Gulf County Association For Retarded
Citizens. Inc. in Port St 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-
don. 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 $28.000
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.


Bartender. Hwy. 71 & 386
person, Marie's Corer Bar.

SL Joseph Bay Country Cli
sition available for versatL
Duties will include cash]
light bookkeeping. relief res
bar employee. Some wee.
quired. Applications may be
from Pro Shop or bookkeepe


2tc 5/9

. Apply in
3tc 5/2

ub has po-,
le person.
ler. clerk.
staurant &
ends re-
e obtained
'r.
2tc 5/16


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. 2tc 5/16

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



HARnRW'S IN
PORT ST. JOE
now hiring Management
Staff. Qualifications: excel-
lent people skills, adminis-
trative skills & willing to
learn and enforce proce-
dures. Desire and. ability
earn $30,000.a year. Educa-
tion: high school min. Expe-
rience: 5 yrs. managing any
field OR 3 years in fast food
if proven record of manage-
ment. Also, need 2 Asst.
Mgr. trainees. Earn $15K to
$21K a year depending on
efficiency, ability to follow
procedures, control labor,
direct people and show r
sults in running shifts.
Please send resume to P. O.
Drawer 1030, Panama City,
FL 32402.
Itc 5/16/96


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

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

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

LOOKING for mature individual to as-
sist Regional Vice President of Primer-
ica Financial Services. Take charge
and 'manage a portion of our multi-
Sfaceted 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

Attn: Port St. Joe Area. POSTAL
JOBS, Permanent, full-time, $13/hr,
with government benefits. Apply today
for clerk/carrier application Info. Call
219-791-1191, ext. P2334. 2tp 5/16






INDIA RUGS. Signed, limited edition
prints. Dressers. BEDS, at Old Port
Theatre, 229-9282. 2tc 5/9

Remote Two Dog Trainer by Innotek
Pet Products; for obedience work,
hunting dogs, behavior modification
and reinforcing commands, $180
obo., 227-2063.

One 2 1/2 ton air cond. unit, 2 yrs.
old, $200 cash. Professional telescope
w/5 ft. tripod, $100 cash. 12,000 btu
window air cond., new comp. $300
cash. 227-1255, 1001 Woodward Ave.

Sofa and chair, for sale, $75. 227-
3754'. '.ltp5/16

Computers AST 586/75, 486/DX2-
50. Loaded, includes AST Vision 5L
Color 15" monitor. In ctory boxes.
$1,250 81.599. 229-9282, 229-
2580. ltc5/16

18.000 btu window unit a.c., runs
good. $150. 586 Redflsh St. H.V.
tp 5/16

Granular chlorinizer for pools, 75
lbs., $65. 229-1065. tfc 5/16

Lou Jones, 801 16th St., 229-6668,
$125. 18,000 btu Whirlpool; $75,
5,000 btu Amana; $150 TV; Magna-
vox 20" remote control; $25 micro-
wave oven. Itc 5/16

Solar pool cover with roller, 16'x32'
$80. 229-1065. tfc 5/16

FREE windows if you remove 'from.
wall by May 31. 2 sliders, 45 & 5x5,
1 single hung 30"x5'. 648-5894..

Zodiac inflatable 6 person, needs
seam repair, $100. 229-1065.5
tfc5/16

Daylilfes all colors red, cream, laven-
der, pink salmon, gold, peach. Jean
Stevel, 6760 Hwy. 71, Whtie City.
827-1304; tfc 5/16


f OEX Mico Computer Sales & Ser-
vice. PIONEX 133 MHz Pentium Mul-
timedia $17909, 16 Mb EDO RAM 1.6
Gb Western Digital HD Toshiba 6X
CD ROM 2 Mb MPEG Video Win'95 -
Perfect Office -,Quicken SE & morel
Other Pentium PC's starting at
$1099. Days: 227-6590,' H: 647-
8339, FAX 904-647-3339 email Ron
Bordelon: nexmicro@beaches.inet
Full Line of Memory & PC Compo-
nents tfc.5/16

Satellite dish and receiver, RCA 18"
deluxe dual system; still under war-
ranty, paid $899, asking $625 re-
duced $400. All items in excellent
condition, 227-2063. Itp 5/16

Ceramic greenware, bisque, finished
pieces, supplies and .firing. Livem'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. Call648-3065. 4tp:5/2

Must Sell: 14'x70' -Fleetwopd Elite,
1995, 3 bedroom, 2 bath. $12,500.
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






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

DOG GROOMING PLUS, 227-3611.
Professional grooming, special dis-
counts for weekly bathing, dipping
available. Boarding for dogs & cats.
tfc 5/2
PET & PROPERTY TENDERS. In
your. home pet sitting by Joey and
Marie Romanelli, 229-1065. tfc 5/2


Young, healthy kittens. 4 need happy
home, Parker, 229-6023. Itp 5/16

FREE to good home. 3YO black,
spayed female lap dog and 5YO Shep-
herd female. 229-2580. Ite 5/16

German shepherd/rotweiler puppies,
1 male, 1 female, 4 months old, has
shots & wormed, $50. 648-4148.
ltp 5/16





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, refig., microwave, carpet,
blinds, 3-pc. living room suite. Lg.
garage w/workshop or storage area.
Front/back porches. Patio. 855.000.
Call 229-9205 after 5 p.m. tfc 5/2

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

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 &8
heat, ceiling fans throughout, garden
tub, some appliances, 12x24 block
workshop, fenced yard, nice neighbor-
hood. Asking $48,000. Call days 227-
1342, evenings and weekends, 874-
2497.. 4tp 4/25


For Sale by Owner: Lovely 3 bd. 1
ba. country style home on 2 Highland
View lots. The house is in very good
cond. & it is only.10 yrs. old. It is lo-
cated in a very good neighborhood.
FEATURES INCLUDE: Cen. h&a, cen:
vacuum, oversize bathroom w/llnen
closet, ceiling fans in very room, bay
window w/drapes, stove, Ig. pantry &
plenty of cabinets & counter top
space, privacy fence, Ig. shop,
screened back porch, and a separate
laundry rm. Please call for an ap-
pointment at 227-1279. $48,000 firm.
S 4tp 4/25

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

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 loJ.
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. tfc 5/2

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

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

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

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


1/2 acre lot with septic tank.. Over-
street Road. Owner financing, 227-
2020, ask for Billy. tfe 5/2
LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery Road,
1 mile off Overstreet Road, 9 miles
south of Wewa. Owner financing. Call
229-6961. tfe 5/2


SEASHORES HOUSE FOR
SALE, nice stucco 3 bdrm., 2
ba.; Lanai w/heated pool; gar-
age & storage bldg. $110,000.
206 Narvaez St.
647-3281
tfc5/2





Wanted: One set of drums. Call Bob
at 647-5106 or 227-2112 or 1-800-
727-3514 (pager). tfe 5/2

Consignments for Auctions: Wade
Clark Auctions. 904-229-9282.
AB12139, AU 1737. 4tc 5/2


SALES

;: BEACH

RENTALS

To CAP SAN BLAS

TOm Todd INDIAN PASS
MEXICO BEACH

Reali INC ST. JOE BEACH
__ PORT ST. JOE


SIMMONS BAYOU, 1 ACRE ON THE BAY! WITH BOAT RAMP. Two
small homes. Investor potential w/income from boat launching capability.
$295,000.
BAY FRONT LOT at CAPE SAN BIAS. Great building site. Already has a
dock!!! Already has an installed septic system!!! Lovely view of the bay. Lot is
situated near the North end of Pig Island.Lots of trees! Price $49,900.00.
GULF FRONT AT CAPE SAN BLAS, SUNRISE/SUNSET 3 BR, 2.5 ba.
townhome in excel., cond. Furnished. Great sunset view of Gulf. Open &
screened decks. Great rental potential for investor. $82,000.
GULF VIEW, Large lovely home with deeded access to gulf. 4 BR, 4 ba. 2,000
sq. ft., open &* screened decks, fireplace, heat recovery system, satellite TV,
2 car enclosed garage & concrete parking. Price $169,000.


GULFAIRE, 101
TRADEWINDS DR.
3 BR, 3 ba. split level,
super master suite!
energy efficient, decks
galore! Gorgeous view
of your private beach!
$239,500.


PORT ST. JOE, 1911 JUNIPER AVE. Executive home on two comer lots. 3
BR, 2 ba. PLUS. Approx. 1950' sq. ft. $110,000.
LOTS & ACREAGE
ON THE GULF! 100' x 1400' (3.2 Ac. ), beautiful beach. Lots of trees and
vegetation plus dunes! $125,000.00.
GULF FRONT, 150' on the gulf!! approx. (1.73 acre). Fantastic view of the
gulf. Approx. 150' of land behind the CCC Line, GREAT SUNSETS. Super
location for investment property. Reduced to $185,000.
GULF FRONT. Large secluded tract (house on one side ... bayou on the oth-
er). Beautiful view of the gulf and bayou plus loads of vegetation. Lovely build-
,ing site for an investment property or full time residence. OWNER
FINANCING W/25% DOWN. Priced at $250,000.


Tom Todd Realty, Inc.
HC 1 Box 150, Port St. Joe, FL 32456
800-876-2611 or 904-227-1501
Thomas M. Todd, Licensed Real Estate Broker REALTOF


Public Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
J. B. JINKS: and BEN REDDING, Trustee
Plaintiff.
vs. CASE NO: 93-276
KATHLEEN T. FAILE: ELMER LEE
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.
REQUEST TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Gulf County School Board will receive bids
until 10:00 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)
229-8256 to obtain bid information and
instructions.
2tc, May9 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
(6) months after being employed.
Applicants must be a high school graduate or
equivalent. Applications may be picked up and
submitted at the Clerk's 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 (7:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m.,
C.D.T.). The-deadline for submitting applications is
Friday, May 24, 1996.
Gulf County enforces a Drug-Free Workplace
Policy and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer.
/s/ Billy E. Traylor, Chairman
Attest: Benny C. Lister Clerk
2tc, May 9 and 16, 1996.


NOTICE
The Gulf Coast Workforce Development Board is
issuing a Request for Proposals for the IIB
Summer Youth Employment Program in
accordance with the provisions of the Job Training
Partnership Act
The following are allowable activities to be
provided: Intake Certification, Assessment,
PreEmployment/Work Maturity, Citizenship Skills,
Educational Enrichment. Remedlation Work
Experience, Counseling and Case Management.
Job Placement, and Supportive Services.
For more Information call (904) 872-3853. RFP's
are due by June 05, 1996, at 1:00 p.m. CST.
Minority businesses are encouraged to apply.
2tc, May 16 and 23, 1996.
CIRCUIT COURT
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN RE: The Marriage of
JAMES CARLTON BATEMAN,
Petitioner/Husband,
and Case No. 96-155-CA
LETHA LANGSTON BATEMAN,
Respondent/Wife.
/
NOTICE OF-ACTION
TO: LETHA LANGSTON BATEMAN
113 Welwood Drive, West
Savannah, GA 31419
You are notified an action for dissolution of
marriage 'has been filed against you. You are
required to serve a copy. of your written defenses.
to it, if any, on James Carlton Bateman, 120
Barbara Drive, Port St Joe; Florida 32456, on or
before the 14th day of June, 1996, and file the
original of it with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on the Petitioner or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise, a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In the Petition.
Dated this the 10th day of May, 1996.
Benny C. Lister
Clerk of Court
By: /s/ C. Bridges
4tc, May 16, 23, and 30 and June 6, 1996.

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j Elizabeth W. Thompson

To LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Office: Hwy. 98 at 19th St., Mexico Beach
Mailing Address: Rt. 3, Box 167, Port St. Joe, FL 32456
FAX: (904) 648-4247
904-648-5683 or 1-800-582-2990
After Hours: Jay Rish, Associate Broker, 904-229-1070,
Brenda Miller, Salesperson, 904/648-5435
NEW LISTING, 2011 Monument Ave., Port St. Joe. 5 bd., 2 ba. executive home that
needs a little TLC. Home has just had a new coat of paint inside and all of the ceilings
redone. 2200 sq. ft, Lg. den, kit., walk in pantry, formal liv., formal din., master bd., &
master ba. Upstairs is complete w/4 bd., 1 ba., gameroom, plus a Ig. bonus room
:.which is situated over a double garage. Amenities include- fireplace, elec. appliances,
cen. heat/air, can. vacuum system, outdoor grill built into chimney, and extra storage
in the'garage. Oversized corner lot. Won't last long at this price ... $135,000.00. Call
Jay Rish for a showing or for additional information today!
NEW LISTING, CAPE SAN BLAS DEVELOPERS SPECIAL 10 lots in the
Boardwalk with pool privileges, all 10 for $99,500.00. WOW!!!
CAPE PLANTATION. Unbelievable home w/over 224' fronting St. Joseph's Bay
Country Club. This beautiful 4 bd., 4 1/2 ba. 2 story home has over 3100 sq. ft. of heat-
ed & cooled liv. area. Pool enclosure w/plenty of rm. for entertaining.lrrigation system.
Only 3 years young. By appt. only. Price, $267,500.00. Call Jay Rish.
NEW LISTINGI!!, 1406 Monument Ave., Port St. Joe. Beautiful bd., 2 ba. executive
home. For. liv. rm. & din. rms, den, kit. w/eating area, dbl. garage w/rear access alley.
Call Jay Rish today for a showing or more details. PRICED TO SELL AT $109,500.00.
INDIAN LAGOON LOTS starting at $7,500.00. Owner financing with discounts for
cash. Most lots are 100' x 300 400' deep. We have over 25 lots available. Call Jay
Rish, partner.
NEW LISTING! 175 Charles Ave., White City. 3 bdrm., 2 bath on 100'x165' lot. Cen.
h/a, ceiling fans, range, dishwasher, satellite dish, patio, outbuildings, covered carport,
separate utility rm., city water & well water, and much more. Call Jay Rish for more
details. $63,900.00.
OAK GROVE,, 2 bdrm., .1 ba. stucco home on 2 lots. Cen. h/a, all appliances, Ig. liv.
area, covered porch, bonus rm. Some furnishings. Priced to sell at $44,500.00.
MEXICO BEACH
118 S. 42nd St. Brick 3 Bd., 2 ba. home approx. 1200 SF, 75'x90' lot, fenced;, partial-
ly furnished, appliances, new gas furnace, partial new AC, fans, tile baths, Fla. room,
carport, outside utility bldg. Call Brenda Miller for an appointment, Price $129,900.00.
704 Georgia Ave. Well kept 14'x60' mobile home with 2 bd, 1 1/2 ba., Fla: rm., all
appliances, fans, window treatments, cen. h&a, 2 util. bldgs., well, some furniture. See
Brenda Miller for information. Price, $57,500.00.
Williams Way, Grand Isle Subd. Two lots each 70'x100', back up to vacant proper-
ty, secluded property, low density, all util. avail. Lots 3 & 4. Call Brenda Miller to make
an offer. Price $12,500.00 each.
Corner Azalea St. and Hwy.. 386-A. Corner lot'80'x100', nice residential area. Lot 12,
Block 4, Unit 11, Mexico Beach. Possible owner financing. See Brenda Miller, Price
$12,500.00.
Corner Hatley Dr. & Hwy. 386-A. One large corner parcel totalling approx. one acre
zoned residential low density, excellent home site or weekend retreat, quiet neighbor-
hood. Ask Brenda Miller for facts. Price $30,000.00.
316 Hatley Dr., Center unit of triplex, 3 bd., 2 ba., ample storage, good size bedrooms,
all appliances, new AC, new refrig, very efficient. Call Brenda Miller today. PRICE,
$50,000.00.
OVERSTREET
Wetappo Creek area. Three one acre lots each 130' x 300', country living, deeded
easement to Wetappo Creek with dock for property.owners, shaded lots. Owner
financing with 25% down, balance in 5 years. Brenda Miller has the details. Price
$7,000.00 each. Discount for purchase of all thrde lots.
Creekwood Subd. Unfurnished, 3 bd., 2 ba. doublewide mobile home plus 10'x30'
screened porch, garage, ten. h&a, high lot 100'x200' with some creek frontage,
access to boat ramp for property owners, new 350' deep well for yard. Assumable
mortgage. Call Brenda Miller today..$55,000.00.
ST. JOE BEACH
324 Atlantic St. Doublewide mobile home on 75'x150' lot, in excellent condition, 2 bd.,
1 ba., partially furn. new roof-over, 48'x12' porch, well. Brenda Miller can make an
appointment to see this gem. Price $45,900.00
Magellan St. One lot left 50'x125' less than one block to beach,s hade trees. Owner
financing, terms negotiable. Call Brenda Miller. Price $12,000.

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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-0013200 $123.06
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-0015600 $38.59
SALGUEIRO DEBORAH L.
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) A 60 X 130 FT
LOT ORB'74/1110
MAP #1i6A

00i31-006M
4- R-0017800 S40.20
GASKIN'PHILLIP RUDY JR.
5 6 T 6 R 9 640 ACRES 1/4
INT. OGM ALL SECTION

001 9-OOOR
E 'R-0023100 $317.73
BAKER JAMES G.
)5'5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD HCRES
SUBD. (URECREDREDEEI 5.'; OF LOT
S3-ORB 19/121 FR WILLIAMS &
NICHOLAS "
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00184-OOOR
6 R-0027200 314.79
BELL FRANK E. 8- SHERRIL D.,
S 5 T 7'R 8 WHITFIELD i4RP.ES
SUBD (UNRECORDED) 5 1.'1 OF
LOT 3 105 FT. BY 210 FT. ORB
123/905 FR BYRD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00187-000
7 R-0027800 :,' -* 3E6.39
GORMAN W. CARSON
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD. (UNRECORDED) PART OF LOT
4 BEING 90 BY 110 FT. ORB
77/469
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00193-00R
B R-00o8600 '71.99"
GORMAN WILLIAM S
SS T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD MCRES
SUBD. (UNRECORDED) W 7E FT. OF
LOT 5 REC'D ORB 147/FC', FR
GOP.RMHN
IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEC TX' ROLL')-

002i23-o0R
9 R-0033300 -.. S45'39
WALDING OiC,
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG -
59 LOT i2 ORB 103/100EFR
SCOTT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

/ 00248-OOq
10 R-0036900 .. 315.60
CLARK JuMES W. 8: SHERRY
WHITFIELD HCRES AT' HOWARD
CREEK SECOND-ADDITION. PB i PG
59 LOT 6 ORB 114/623 FR
RUSSELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).

00249-000R
11 R-0037000 148.37
ATKINS JOHN DOYLE
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREE 'SECOND ADDITION PB i PG
E9 LOT 7
MAP # 156 A
.. ,.: -BLK "

00301-000R. -
1I R-00497-"0 o 160.75
WILLIAMS NELLIE 8: VINCENT D '
WHITFIELD. ACRES AT HOWARD...
CREEI SECOND ADDITION PB :1 PG
.59 LOTS 7 8. 8 ORB 167/798 FR
SMITH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL EE TAX ROLL)

'0326-OR 000
13.. R-0051600 S284.35
MTXON LoNNY
WHITFrELD -.RES' AT HOWARD
CREEl' SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
E9 LOTS Tlo 13, 14 ORB 156/
464-46E FR HIXON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0, 0oo34-009 r
1 R-0053400 .-S32.45E,
STRICKLAND DANIEL 8: BETTY 5
S ,' T 7.R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) E/2 OF LOT 6
UNREC. AA FR DAVIS
MAP # 156 A
SBLK 1

00334-019R
15 R-054400 S201.27
HOLMES REX 8: REX EARL
S 5 T 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
16 R-0055400 S49.39
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 4 .

00334-047R
17 R-00S6600 HA $310.03
WORD MICHAEL 8: CLYTIE ATWELL..
5 5 T. 7 8 HOWARD' CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4 ORB
9S/io02 FR ELDER 8: 5/2 LOT ES
ORB .7/458' 8: N/2 OF E/2 OF LOT
('FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0033'+-069R
18 R-0058100 B315..22
WHITFIELD JOE W
S U T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) S 1/3 OF LOT 7
ORB 57/842 & ORB 95/743 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE.TAX ROLL)

00334-076R
19 R-OO005800 $504 .29
LEE BILLY G, ET AL
S S T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREElK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT ORB'57/731
MAP )# 156 A


BLK 7

00334-078R
20 R-0058500 83.79
LEE BILLY G. ET UX
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT ORB 87/499
MAP # 156 A
BLK 7

00334-263R
21 R-0064100 22,4.41'
MARTIN NORMAN M.,,
HOWARD CREEK PROP. NO, 2
UNRECORD LOT 13 ORB 90/877 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH INC 8: LOT 14-
FR Mu RTIN
(FOR FURTHERLEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00334-5500R
22 R-0065600. %462.22
GILLMAN JEFFERY PAUL 8:. TAMMY. W
HOW-RD CREEK PROPERTIES
UNTT NO. 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 10 ORB 174L/, l'i FR PIL'IY
MAP# I56'C
S' BLK .D

00334-575R ;
23 R-0066100 187.93
OLTZ FRED E f SANDRA .
'HOWARD C:REEk FRCPERTIES UNIT
NO. 3 UNRECORDED LOT E
ORB. 60/559 BC FR LYNN
MAP# 16D ,
BLK E

00334-E80R
S24 : .R-0066200 172.17,
GILLMAN JEFF
HOWARD C-REE PROPERTIES UNIT'
NO. 3. LOT 4 ORB iE3/88 PFR
L'i NN
MAP# 156D
'BLK E

00334-670R
-5 R-0067300 S113.38
BE:) TEDDY M 8 JANICE H
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNTIT
NO. 4 LOT 11 UNRECORDED
ORB 1469'42 FR -ULF CO. FARMS
INC. .
(FOR FURTHER LEGHL SEE TAX ROLL)

00335-001P
*.26 R-0068900 224.68
ORTHUR MARIA 8. RUTH
5 5 r 7 R S .'83 NtC M/L 130 X
9E FT LOT ON SR 387 ORB 89/12
FR GOLDEN
MHP tl14H; "

- 0033.-COO3R --
27 R-0069100 6.. .18
WHITFIELED LlN[rING r~.
S E T 7 R 8 t .
.4LL SWI-4 OF SECT. 5 LESS
SOLD ORB 19/981-t7 FR HILL
MAP .)




S '. ,
.- 033E-0l 4F
E8 R-)-069 ,. 1293.87
MrTCHEL. GU'YETIE & FAITH
5 E T 7 R B 240 X 130 FT
P.-4REL PEi:'CI IN ORB 91/567 8:
ORB 91/570 8: ORB 92/14, FR
HARRISON. INCLUDING LOT' I:BLKI
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03335-OSOF
29 R-0069300 Sl1108.87
WHITFIEI.D1 LANDING INC.
S. 5 T 7 R 8 .1.93 AC M/L
438.98 X 20O FT PARCEL
OPS 1 9/81i-17 FR HILL
MNPI 1 P

003398-OOP
30 R- 00-70800 S87.93
JONES JOEZ
5 5 T 7 R B .lE ,- MIL HOWARD
CREE' PROPERTIES UHnEC; LOT 7
ORB 168/964 FR GULF CO.' FRl-1FS
INC.-
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-216R
31 R-0074400 S87.93
C:HRI'TEI-lSUI.I THOM"'3 L.
S 6 T-7 R 8 '
H IOWFRD C:REEI. PROPErriES:
LOT 8 ORB 156/64 FR GULF CO.
FARMS INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

S00360-234R
32 .R-0075100 349.35
LYNN ROBERT E. SR.
S"6'; T 7 R 8
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 16 ORB 177/357 BC FR
LYNN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-23R
33 R-0075300 288.20 .
CARPENTER EDDIE 8: JUDY
56 T7 R8
HOWARD CREEK: PROPERTIES
S/2 LOT 17 ORB-142/225 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH LOT 18 ORB 124/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-260R
34 R-0076200 HX 54-53.06
MAULDEN BILLY E
S 6T 7R 8
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOTS 291 30, 31 ORB 15.4/197 FR
MARSHALL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-328:R
35 R-0078600 i137.5E6
MAULDEN BILLY E
S6 T7 R8
,HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
TRACT "E" ORB 144./E5S3 FR GULF -
CO FARMS INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-730R
36. R-0092600 .2E51.69
CAMPBELL RICHARD A 8: DEBRA D
S 6 T 7 R 8 2'AC M/L
HOWARD. CREEK PROPERTIES
LOTS +7, 498; 49 50
ORB 170/806 FR GULF CO. FARMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00363-050R
37 R-0083200 11,858.07
M K RANCHES
S 8 T 7 R 8 8.E AC NM/
BEING CALF BARNS
MAP# 1560


00363-350R
38 R-0083300 .366.45E
CHRISTENSON THOMAS
S B T 7 R 8 4.3 AC M/L
BEING TRACT 18 REC'D ORB. 172/
901 FR FLEMING CO,
MAPH 156D

00363-f405R
39 R-0083600 $277.8,
GOULD KENNETH H SR :. ROBIN B
5 8 T 7 R 8 2.508 AC M/L
BEING TRACT 7 ORB 176/89 FR
FLEMING LAND CO. INC.
MAP# 156D

00383-200R
40 R--0086600 :25.3.04
JAMISON JAMES 0
S 8 T 7 R 8 S AC M /L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 158/911 FR
FLEMING
MAP# iSE6D

00383-300R
41 R-0086700 a25E54
SMILEY DONALD S
S 8 T 7 R 8 5 AC M/L
BEOMG FARM #SA ORB 167/77 FR.
FLEMING LAND iO. 8: 3 AC IN
.FARM#E ORB 167/299 FR FLEMING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
00383-350R
422 R-0086800 'S259.24
CHRISTENSON THOMAS
S 8 T 7 R 8 4.3 AC N/L
BEING TRACT 18 REC'D ORB 172/
901 FR FLEMING LAND CO.,
MAP# 1560

00387-OOOR

43 R-0087300 $28.22
MIXON LANNY ET AL
5 20 .T 7 R 8 1 'ACRE REC'D
ORB 156/462-4'63 FR MIXON
MAP #157-

0046-000OR
4L. R-00924'00 HX ; 63.64
NAPPIER KAREN
S 3. 31 3 R 9 2 AC REC'D
ORB 173/534 FR GUILFORD
MAP#. 109 '

00418-OOR
4 R-0092600 HIX $' i,013.24
SETTERTI'-H U- Ll.hl- i
,S 31 T 3 R 9 5.91 AC ALL OF '
ORG1 LOT 7 LYING 5 OF
BROC ETT 5T 8 E OF SUBEC ill PB
2 PG 36r LESS ORB 3:/.C00 TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGiL 5EE T i ROLL)

O042-O0OR
S6 R-00E5700 .,31L .79
SETTERICH WILLIAM
STORES TDErE., LIL.ES CAMP UNIT
ONE LOTS io) I i 12, 13r It.1
,1I) 16 8 17 PB L PG 36,
MAP "109i-
BLK 3

0095-000R
77 'R-0096000 552.54L
ADAMS TRADING POST
STOF ES FEHD LAKES'CAMP UNIT
ONE LOTS 11 2 8: 3 PB 2 PG 3
MAP #109C
BLK E

0071-000R
48 R-0100700 '4.40
RALLS JOHN M
S 8 T 4 R 9 4 AC BEG AT NEC,
TH S 11 1/2 CH,5 TH E 3 1/1 !
CHS, TH N TO N BOUNDARY LINE .
OF 1/4 SEC, TH E 3 1/" CHS TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE-TAX POLL)

00o78-OOOR
49 R-0101300 S168.1.
SMILLSIEWELL H.
)-ENTUCY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 3F 5 75 FT
OF LOT .
MAP. #17C
BL_ i

00495-OOOR
50 R-01031C0 026.79
JOHNSON .tOTT HOWARD .
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 3' N/. OF
LOT 2 ORB 1'6/419 FR JOHINSON
hM-P ai27C
.. BLK3

00509-00OR
.i : R-0113700 .. .474.28
BROADERR L.E. ET AL
19' T 4 R 9 TRIANGULAR
SHAPED PARCEL 200 FT ON
CHIPOLu RIVER & 200 FT ON
CHIPOLA RIVER CUT-OFF ORB
'FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

OOsii-OO5R .
S 52 R -015!800 HX S603.32
GORTMAN MARY ELLEN
S 16 T 4 R 9
:34.99 FT STRIP.ON CHIOPLA
CUT-OFF 218 FT AV DEPTH
ORB ;123/568-69 FR NEAL LAND &
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00523-000R
53 R-0117500 $438.84
.CARTER JOHN W. & CHRISTINE'
CHIPOLA CUTOFF ADDITION TO
IOLA LOT' 3 PB 2 PG 21 ORB
111/706 FR POWELL
MAP# 111 A'
SBLKE.

00539-100R
54 R--0119800 HX H49.91X
I EL50E MARK S. ? JANET L.
CH:iPOLn CUTOFF M-.uLITIODrl 10
IOLA .UNIT 1 ALL OF BL.5 3 8: 4.
8: CROSS- HATCHED LOT LYING W
OF LOT i BLK 1 PB 2 PG 21,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00539-105R
55 R-0ii9900 S66.68
SIMMONS TOMMY R.
CHIPOLA CUT-OFF ADDITION. TB
OLA ,
LOTS B'LK 3 8: LOTS 2'+, BLK 4.
ORB 131/293 FR SIMMONS
MAP# iilA

0056-100IR
56 R-0123800 5173.90
WILLGUS REX C'8: DOROTHY M
S 19 T 4 'R.9 BEING LOT 11ii
70.33 X 85 FT AV DEPTH
UNRECORDED PLAT FR COX ORB'
160/689 ,FR PENTO 9 PINCKARD
MAP -#111C

0065-120R "
57 R-0124'00 '. $322.894
STONE JAMES 0 8: CAROLYN M
S 19 T 4 R 9 BEING. LOT is 66
X 138 FT AV DEPTH.UNRECORDED
PLAT PFR COX ORB 171/30 FR
OBERT
MAP# ill -

OOS8E-080R
58 R-01.'28800 5586.36
PUGH GEORGE H. : 'MABEL .
RED BULL. ISLAND SUBD. UNIT


NO. 1 LOT 34 ORB 1.73/700
FR PUGH:8: LESS' LOT 6 ORB 173/
700 TO HATHAWAY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

OO586-05OR
59 R-01Oi9400 140.05
HUTCHISON AIINNE
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD, UNIT
NO. I LOT 1 ORB 73/528 : ORB
79/4189
MAP .#112B
BLK E

00609-000R
60 R-Oi31400 47.87
COX RICHARD A. 8: MARGARET T.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 1. LOT 'ORB 106/923-4 FR'.
TURNER
MAP 11i2BP I.- ,


00613-010R
S61 R-0131900
ROBBINS MICHAEL LEE 8:
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN
NO. i LOT 6 ORB 141/136
OF DUDLEY FRANKLIN ROBBI
8: ORB 166/596 1/2 INT FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

00616-030R
62 R-0133700
CLARK TIERNEY LYNN
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO.
LOT 3 ORB 161/124 FR SH
ESTATE
MAP# 1128
BLEK D

00618-080R
63 R-0135200
HLLISONr LARRY J.
RED BULL. ISLAND SUBD. UN
NO. 2 LOT 28: .98 AC LYI
OF SAID LOT; BEING 1.5 A
OPB 8?eSl/ 3 FR YATES MAP


00621-060R
64 -R-0137700
NC DANIEL B. J.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN
NO. 2 LOT i8 ORB 1i8/104
FR DUREN.
MAP# 112B
BLK K

00621-070R
SF R-01 37800
MC DANIEL B. J.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN:
NO.' 2 LOT 19 ORB iB:/104i
FR .DUREN
M: P t 1128
BLI '

0061-C-R i
d6 R-0138200
FUSELIEP. DONNA E
RED BULL ISLAND SUBE'. UN
NO L LOT 24 ORB 81/9'17
MuP LI.R


.006'3-0FE'R
67 R-0J1/3O 0
S SIMMONS i3f-iHITBRA 1-.
RED BULL I5LHI4ID SUBP'. UN
S NO. LOT 14 ORB 140/16'
-70 FR "TMIMONS


O0L .-OP.OR
, 68. R--0139600
WOODHAM E''EL'N W
RED BULL ISLAND 5SUR8,. UN:
NO'. LOT 13 ORB i49107
SHERRO,'
MNP #11:8


.0061;-010P
S6? P-0141100
MIN :/ II.E
RED BULL T5LHID UIBED UN
LOT 8 8 2 ORB 117/297
EMERSON PL ri

S -MP# IBOP
006 s-o_ ..0P
70 R-i01 L400
ALEXAN[ER CYNTHIA 5.
SRED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN
ri0. LOT 11 ORB 81/El.0
140/188 FR ALEXANDER
11.' 4P 118 :
-BLI

00o67-0OW0P
71 R-014_100
M: P.-[LE JHMES L.
P.RD BULL ISLAND SUBOD. UN
110 LOT 19 ORB 116.'722
HbLLHND .
MaP tillB


00&27-O40R
7 .R-0il4q;QO
. Mi ROLE .JiME5E L.
RED BULL IS1LrW1D SUBD. UN'
NO. LOT 20 8. ACRE,
D1iJOTNING PEC:'D ORB 11ti/
FR HOLLIND
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA

00619-OBOR
73 R-01442CO
PICFRON SHiRLOTTE -
PEE. BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN:
NO, 2 LOT 12 8: 16 ORB 17
QC FR HRMSTRONG
MAP# iB


00634-05R
74 R-047100 ,-
SUGGS LEE R. 8: FRANCES G
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN:
NO, 2,LOT 10 ,i 10 Bi 8:
ORB 102/53 FR SUGGS
MAP# 112B


00635-050OR
7S R-0147So0
BuSS BHSCOM J. 8& GEORGIA
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD,.UNN
NO. 2 LOT i
MAP #1128


00635-060R
76 R -0147600
S~Ss BHSCOM J. 8 GEORGIA
-RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNI
DNO. 2 LOT
huP #112B


00635-070R
77 R-0147706
BASS' BASCOM J. & GEORGIA
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN:
110. 2 LOT 3
MAP #i'2B


00635- 08R
78 R-0147800
BASS BASCOM J, & GEORGIA
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNI
.NO. 2 LOT'4
MAP #ii2B


00635-090R
79 R-01497900
BASS BASCOM J 8: GEORGIA
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN:
.NO. 2 'LOT S
MAP #112B


0'14-O-0')FRI
80 R-01,94900
MYERS CHRISTA
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT
LOT 4'ORB 133/563-65
MAP #i112B


00640-006R
81' R-0149500
MYERS TIMOTHY
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT
LOT 5 ORB 133/560-62
MAP #112B


NO.
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00640-061R ,
84 R-o01i900
JOHNSON PANSY JEAN
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT
LOT 2 8 3 ORB 98/81M
FUSELIER 8: ORB 128/7
FR FUSELIER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE

00640-08ER
85 R-0153600
TADLOCK DONNA
RED' BULL ISLAND UNIT
LOT 2 ORB 1i5/980-8i
OF HENRY FORD HEWETT
MAP# iiZB


00640-122R
86 R--01i4400
ALLEN LEONARD L. JR.
RED BULL'ISLAND UNIT
LOT 8
MAP tii2B


B.LK I
00641-piOR
87 R-0155300
59.33 WREATH'DAWN M.
5 30 T + R 9 .8 AC h
IT LYING N OF COCHRAN L0
0 CD ORB 181/173 FR BRITT
MAP #1,12B

00641-OiIR
88 R-0155400
DAVIS SHIPLEY FRANCIN
$E9.33 S 3"0 T. 4 R 9 5 AC M,
RED BULL ISLAND SUDIV
IT UNRECORDED UNIT # 3
O CD LOTS i THRU 6 &' iA
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE

00642--003R
89 R-01E5800
MINCHEW ANGELA DIANN
S62.'.L" COCHRAN LANDING PROP,
UNRECORDED 5 1/2 OF L
IT 174/816 FR MALLORY
SMAP# 12B

BLK K 00642-"004'R
90 R-OIE900
MINCiHEW HNGELm DIANN
'133 .000 :o,'HIiAN LN414,DING PROP,
UNRE':OP.L.EE LOT E 8Jl/
IT 4 ORB l4/816 FR MkLL
9 M u-P tl0 .

S0649-00';R
91 R-91i6300 HX
N' NATIONS ROBERT B JP
S315.96 COC-HRHN LNDIr IG, UNRE
LOT 9 ORB 168/109 FF
IT ENS NGER
FR M-PN 1"1;

00644-355R '
BLK L 92 1 R-0159800
DAVIS ROBERT M o LORI
LS .82 S31 T 4 R 9 .E- r4:
TWIN LA5 ES SUBD. UNIT
IT -# UNREC. LOT 11, ORB 1
FR .SSTG OF CONTRACT,
MAP# il2C

S 00659-00OOOR
S93 .R-0166b00
$63. 9 AKE CLIFFORD R 8:. BRAN
5 *31 T.4 R. 9 A 120 X
i'J LOT ON RO"EMAN CIRCLE
8- ORB ORB 14c/8"4L FR PARMEF
S 14F/825-26 C FR PHRP
S MAP# 112C
. M
00689-OCOR
S94 R-0165900
"S'36.4'2 T.4UNTON DE'.'3V L 8 ABl
S 7 T 5 R 9 i8 C M;/L
IT SW/4S LESS i AC SOLE
BFR BROCt 8 LYING IN Swl-h
: 100 FT LOT TO C' 4NNING
(FOR FURTHER LEGrl_ SE
BLK M .. 0 07_9-0OiR .
9S R-0168100
$47 87 FORTSON GLiD,'.'S ANN
5"'-5 18 T S: R 9 9 .'8417
IT ,:N774..06 FT OF TH.T P
NW/- OF jSW.'L OF SECT
7.L WN OF SR 7'1 OR 219/,'7
(FOR FURTHER LEGIL 3E
AX ROLL)
X-ROL o00709-1ioR :
S 96' :R-0168900
SIOS..o OLSON.JAMES A.
TS 18 T:5 R 9 AC M/
IT X'205 FT LOT; BEING LI
/975 LUNRECORCEDC PLAT ORB 8B
S HERRING
MA# i14i 'B.
BLK N. 00709-200R
S 97 R-0169200
MIXOIM ALFRED E 8: LAUR
S26..30 S18 TE R9 3 AC' /L46
SR 4-i FT ON SR 71 29
tT DEPTH ORB 108/387 FR
't C ..: MNAP t#I14B'

00709-250R
'BLK P 98 R-0169300
MIXON ELVIN 8: LAURIS
518 TE R9 4 AC M/L 37
S62.41 ON GRADED RD. 477 F T
,' ORB,132/913-14 FR GAS
IT MAP# 14B

07 LO-255R,
BLK 99 R-0i70100
MINCY IKE P. f& DORIS
5 18 T 5 R9 .91.
$62.41 LOT 11 GUAIL RIDGE E
ORB 130/17-19 FR GRAD
IT MAP# 114i


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662.41




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00711-00iR
1o00 R-0170700 MX
MINCY,IKE PAUL & DORI
5 i8 T' R 9 17.74'
5.414 AC M/L ORB 101/
GRADDY 8 8.32 AC M/L,
297 FR BATSON 8: 3 AC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE


00711-010R


$62.1 101 R-0170800 s327.11
MINCY IKE PAUL,
IT 18 T 5 R 9 2.59 'ACRES ORB
71/97 FROM LAYTON LESS .414
AC ORB 101/306 TO GRADDY
BLK G' MAPff 114 B .


S62.1i 00720-000R
102' R-0172100 S645.12
IT MINCEY IKE'& DORIS M.
S 18 T E- R 9 3.53 ACRES REC'D
ORB 129/686 FR MINCY
BLK .G MAP #ii4B
00733-355R
$69.30' 103 R-0178100. S101.23
0 TAUNTON DAVID L ET AL
3 S 18 T. R 9 1.73 AC.M/L.
IEWELL 192.71 FT ON SR 71i 348.93
FT EPTH' ORB 143/591 FR
BLK A HORTON
SMAP# ii4B


NO.. 3
FR NEWELL

BLK A


0064'0-019R
82 R-0150300 S82.57
RIGDON STEPHEN W. '8: KATHRYN. A
REE BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 9 ORB 106/579 FR RIGDON
MAP -#i2B
BLK B



0,640-02CR
83 R-'010S400 S275.51
RIGDON CECIL
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO.' 3
LOT 10 ORB 82/439 -
MAP. #1i2B
BLK: B


00741-004' R
104 R-0180100. -313.36
LANGLEY DORA L
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS FARM
# 3 ORB 78/272 5 AC M/L
8: ORB, 147/75 FR GULF CO,
FARMS INC.
MAP# 114C.

00741-013a
0lo R-0180900 .S189.23
MINCY IIE P 8; DORIS 14
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM,
#12 5 AC M/L
ORB 169/274 FR GUINN
MAP t11'C

00741-014R
106 R-011000 1i89.23
MINCY IKE 8: DORIS
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
#13 5 AC M/L ORB 130/287 FR
GULF CO..FARMS INC.
MAP 114iC i


S00741-02ER
59. 33 107 R-0182000 S190.73
MINCY IKE 8: DORIS
NO. 3 GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM #
0 FR 24 ORB 86/606 AA E AC M/L
717-18 CD, 8: ORB 150/953 FR GULF CO FARMS
INC.
EE TAX ROLL) MAP)# 112

0074-1-027R
S59.33 108 R-0182200 5385.67
EASTER TONY L
NO. 3 GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM #
L FR EST. 26 ORB 120/1010 FR GULF COUNTY
FARMS) INC. 8: ORB 162/938 BC
FR EASTER
BLK G MAP #1'4C,

00741-032R
S195.30 109 .'R-82700 o $190.73
JOHNSON CLIFFORDM JR 8: RHONDA
NO. 3 GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT TRACT
#31 5 AC M/L ORB 76/996 AA FR
GULF CO FARMS.8: ORB 159/392
BLK X FR GULF CO, FARMS IN'C.
MAP#) 114C

S362.60 00741-033R
110 R-0182800 S187.18
M/L ELLIOT JAMES H. SR. ET AL
ENDING Rb GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
#32 ORB 91/153 ASSIGNMENT FR
JOHNSON %.9 AC M/L 8 ORB 166/
896 FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP #14iC
524 2.6'+ 00741-OSER
NE 111i R-0184400 S142.34
V/L MINCY IKE P. 8: DORIS
VISION GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS 3.638
AC M/L W/2 OF TRACT #5 ORB
113/342. FR CANTLEY 8: PARCEL
EE TAX ROLL) ORB 125/901 FR CANTLEY
MAP# ii4C
S687.96 00754-00OR
112 R-0186200 S136.06
T W OHITFIELD JACKIE L
LOT t ORB 5 20' T S R 9 33 AC
SORB.163/19 FR CARNLEY BEING IN
SE/4
r MAP #il4D,
5$1,622.43 00758-000R
113 R-0186900 HX S28.84
;. F L MC LEMORE STEVE N.
-ar 20 T R 9 1.37 ACRES IN
LO'R' tE/4 OF SW/4 OF NW/4 BEING
.L) FT'E 8:,W BY 271 FT M & S
REC'D ORB i47/845 OC.FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
S985.84
00758-010R
E: 114 R-0187000 $107.70
SMCLEMORE LONNIE H, PAMELA S.
S 20 T S R 9 .63 ACRES 125 BY
220 FT FR TINDELL
ORB 179/245 FR BURNS
214 O .. MAP# 114D
IS GRAY,
SGRAY, 00760-000,R
/ n .I 115 .R-0187200 HX $266.05
SNO. 4 COOK ERWIN OTTO 8 SHIRLEY A.
L43/533 5 20 T R 9 1..16 ACRES
188 FT PARCEL ON E.'SIDE CO.
RD"381 REC'D IN ORB 138/163
FR CITIZENS FEDERAL 5 8: L
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
D 173.90
ND5 RF 007_4-Of.rOP
17 FT" .116 R-Oi87600 HX S470.40
E GATES MARCHELLE
8 GRB- S 20.T 5 R 9 7 ACRES REC'D
ER : RB 178/578 FR BAGBY
Mr-IP# 1148B

-5 ..3s 00771-000R
SIL -'39 117 R-0188200 HA 518.43
W,4 OF BOYER GEORGE E ET AL
- TO S 8 T F P. 9 73.12 AC M/L
TIP LS LOTS 4 LESS 38.52 AC TO
P ORB WHITFIELD IN ORB 14-2/40-E2 FR:
E T L BRTEE ET 'L ORB 146/919-:.4
:E T POLL:.: (FOP FURTHER LEGAL. SEE.'TAX ROLL)

S34.8 00771-OROR
S 118 R-OiB970'0 S. 18.97
FPYNE J-MEE?, E'DWIERD
Ci LS 5 18 TER 9
IRT OF 'BEING LOT 15 OF BRYANT'5
I L'.-IHN LANDING' (UNREC) SUB. ORB 175./
'1 C FR 869 FR SMITH
E TAX ROLL) .'1MHP 131,3

S .00771-085R
119 R-0189800. S197.81
L 16i.:5 PAYNE JAMES EDWARD
OT16 8 5 28-T 5'R 9
T 8 BEING LOT 6 OF BRYANT'S
9/913 FR LANDING (UNREC) SUB. ORB 175/
S.89 FR SMITH
M APf 1328

s 118.33 06771-170R
IS 120 R-019150 S261.30
5i FT ON; TERRY ALFRED L 8: MYRLAS
'2 FT 5 28 T 5 R 9
GASKIN BEING LOT 33 OF BRYANT'S
LANDING ORB 158/824 FR
S FAIRCLOTH
MAP# 13B28
1E377 00771-180R '
4 FT 121 R-0191700 S135.78
3A DEPTH HARRISON FRANCIS E
AV DEPTH
KIN S5 28 T 5 R'9
KIN
BEING LOT 3 .OF BRYANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB.
ORB 163/981 FR FAIRCLOTH
S117.45 MAP# 13B:
M.
AC M/L 0 8 OR
STATES 122 R-0i95300 $101.23
Y BUZIER DAVID,A 8: PENELOPE A
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
PG 38 LOT 16 ORB 177/64 FR
MORRIS
S223.35 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
S
' AC M/L 0.0819-000R
307 ,R 123 R-i098300 $490.34
ORB 120/ HUBBARD JEANNE A 8: LINDA L AK
ORB CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
E TAX ROLL) RIVERSIDE PARK 'UNIT NO 1 PB 2
PG 38 LOT 13 8 1I ORB i42/3749-
FR MC.KINNEY 8: ORB 142/7947 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00824-000R
124 R-0198700 6591.86
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 R.


00869-O00R
125 R-0203300 S160.36
WARD' LOIS I
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN
'LAKES SUBD UNIT 1 PB.2 PG 42
LOT 6 LESS 5 15 FT)
ORB 172/218 FR.WARDE
(FOR FURTHER.LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00876-000R
126 R-9204000 HX $308.72
DEAN L DAVID
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN
LAKES SUBD UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 38
LOTS 2 8: 3' LESS S 25 FT OF
LOT 3 REC'D ORB 146/777 FR
(FOR FURTHER L.EGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00897-010R
127 R-0206200 IX $S94.85
FORTNER CHARLES 5.
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN
LAKES SUBD UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 42
LOT 18 ORB 74/1183
MAP ti94D
BLK 13

00951-00OR
128 R-0214O100 57.82
DANIELS JOHN 8: NELLIE
5 29 T 5 R 9 2 AC BEG 1.44' YDS
N OF SWC OF SW/'+ OF NE/4' RUN
N 144 YDS E '72 YDS S 1+4, YDS
TO POB ORB 170/189 FR DANIELS
MAP'# iSA













Page 2 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FL 32457 May 9, 16, and 23, 1996


00953--011R
129 R-0214'+00 594,69
DAVIS GEORGE D. 8: CLARENCE
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 50 4,.26 ACRES ORB
78/732 8: ORB 1676 FR GULF CO,
FARMS ) INC.
MAP #11 8B

00953-037R
130 R-02i6300 $82.90
HOGUE CLARENCE 8: VIRGINIA G
GULF 'COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 76 2: ACRES ORB 177/675
FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.'
MAP# 115B


00953-049R
131' R-0216800 'S 440.30
MYERS ERNEST C. 8: VALERIE
GULF CO. FARMS UNIT. NO. 3
1,2 AC M/L SW/4 OF FARM #84
ORB 124/969 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC.
MAP# 11iB


00953-057R
132 R-021700 S189.23
DEGRAFF LEWIS E &
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
FARM #86 AC NM/L ORB 139/501
FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP #115B


00953-061R
133 R-0217900 S103.80
BELL TROY .SR
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3.
N/2 OF TRACT 9b} 2.89 AC M/L
ORB 141/424 FR GULF CO. FARMS
MAP #118l


00953-06'+R
134 R-0218200 S200.92
DARMARAJAM MUTTAIYA
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
TRACT 93 5.33 ACRES ORB 145/
683 FR GULF CO. FARMSi INC.
MAP # ilEB


00953-06SR
13E P-0: 18300 $189.23
GLENN FHNr. W 8 NATHANIEL
GULF COUNTY FARMS LIUIT NO. 3
TRACT 94 5 AC ORB 177/676
ER GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP# .iiEBI


00953-069R
136 R-0218700 777.62
PITTS TIMOTHY W. &
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT, NO. 3
A 2 A': PORTION OF' TRACT 95-
ORB 178/773 FR PITTS
MAP# 11EB


00954-042R
137 R-02190 S240.82
BPTESON JEP.RI M'.'REE
GULF :OlJUNT'.' FARMS U1IIT NO. '
TF'r4CT 117 4 i,. M'L ORB 87/241
Ai-i FR GULF CO F -PMS
MAP# 1B '

009E4-044R ..
138 -R-0219600 : '-i,.E1
"BATE50N BILLY L U : "
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT IO. '*4
TRACT 18 4 AC M/L
ORB 188/993 FR GULF ,C0. FARMS
MAP# B 1 .

0954-00R'
139 RP.-0i'98'.O HI' HiYO..47
JONES J'rHNII' L 8 ZEi IV-4LEEN
,S 30 T 5 R 9 4.13 I: ML rARrlM
# 100, ORB 11i'/44.- 4,' FR CULF
:OL'r.T',' F, rl'3 114':.
b111 I 1 178ip
r-.- '
9 "R-''.;-.'.'W .O : %-'1.43 1
BL'RP..O % JiOHrlIiE T ETHL .'
GL".,LF '70 '.IT'Y FRPMI .OITT .NO. 5
UNPEC:. F"Pmn N133 8: 1'34'.
L4B ~,C M,L 'ORPB 167/925 FR
CULF CO:. iFP' M Iri: .
M -PM 11EE, '

009s4-1i48R
141 1R-0-`LL-00 0i.OE
MARSH R'4LPH T JR'. 8"i 3-RBNPfr 0
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. r
FARM NO. 148 8: 149 ORC 173/8-3
FR:GULF CO. FARMS INC..
MAP#': 1 .

o 0954-1E4R
142 R-0221700 .107.60
MOON DEBORAH
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 5.
FARM NO. 'i54. 2.697 AC M.'L
ORB 135/487 FR GULF CO. FIPMS .
MAP 11B .

00961-03BR
143 R-022310'0 %E tIB
BIPGE L.3!S .W
5 32 T. R 9 .
112.5 X 196 FT P,4-FCEEL NO, 3
ORB 164/366 FR VOYLES.
MAP# t B -, .

<0096 --O.COR .
1'44 P- O.33' 198.89
PIPPIN Gl-lEN., F ,
5 32 T R9 .E18 AC M/L .
BEING PARCEL X.I .
ORB 177.'"8 FR PIPPIN
MAP# :LE' .

00964-1OOR
14- R-Oi'4OO .7.
'-",RNE Or 'I:,THY .
9 3- T '- R9 1,.21 AC M/L.'
482 X 117 FT PARCEL BEING '
PARCEL II ORB 137/788 6C FR
PIPPIN "
MAP# 11ED

00979-18ER
146 R-0227500 $+3.89
BYRD HERBERT H
S 33 T E R 9 .2098 AC M/L
BEING LOT 3, PIPPIN PLAT'
UNRC. ORB 170/984 FR PIPPIN
MAP# 132C
00979-220R
147 R-0228200 $29.72
PIPPIN JAMES W :
S 33 T S R 9.
BEING LOT 20' PIPPIN PLAT
UNREC.
MAP# 132C

Oio003-OOOR '
148 R-0233000 5119.83
LESPERANCE MIGUEL
DOUGLAS LANDING. UNIT 1 PB 2
PG 25 LOT, 8 ORB 178/70 FR
FRANZ .
MAPN 1320
BLK '2
01008-OOOR
149 R-0233600 $201.36
JOHNSON W.J. 8: JUDY


DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT i PB 2
PG 25 LOT 8 ORB 137/1090 FR I
DODD
MAP #1320D


1. PI


01022-000R
150 ,R-0235600
WEST RAY B.
DOUGLAS in.uiiG Ul'l0 i
PG 25 .LOTS 1i 2 8: 3.
MAP #132D '


('Io": -6 or ,p
1St R-0236100
MATHIS BOBBY W. 8: 5H
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT
PG 25 LOT 3 ORB 136/
FR OWENS
MAP# 132D


BLK 3


']' 3'1 I 1' -

L3 K "
B : 7

-L: 7 "


$196.95
IRLEY L.
. PB 2
1,48-49 AA


0i032-(0'-:R
152 R-0236700 I
LANGFORD MAUD'IE
DOUGLAS LArDING UNIT 1 PB
PG 25 THE NORTH 1/2 OF LOT
AND ALL OF LOT 11 ORB i172/
FR BROCKI
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA>

01040-001tR
153 R--:0237500
VANN EUGENE ET ALI
S 34 T S R 9 2.58 AC M/L
W/2 OF SW/.4 LYING N. OF
DOUGLAS LANDING RD
ORB 79/E39 FR SJL8:D
MAP 132D

0i04E-'o04ER
154 R-0239000
GATES JONATHAN. CURTIS 8: PA:
S 35 T S R 9
40 FT ON CHIPOLA RIVERj 51
AV DEPTH ORB 139/242-43 FR
GATES ,
MAP# 143

i0046-002R"
1Es R-0240200
STOKES PATRICIA ANNE
S 5, 623 8: 34 T 5 R 9
1 i88% INT OGM IN UNSURVE',
PARTS ORB 30/261
MAP# 143D

Oi0E2-05OR
156 R-0243700
FLEMING MAX 8: LOUISE
S 2 T 6 R 9. 2.485 AC M/L
PORTION OF SW/4 OF SE/4l L'
S OF C-381 8: WEST OF WHITE
CITY RD. ORB 181/247 FR
MAP# 14+

Oi006-00R
157 'R-P244100 s
.BODE LOUIS S & CATHERINE F
S 3 T 6 R 9. 22.34 AC M/
BEING LOT i UNREC SUBD.
ORB 149/75 FR NORTON 8: PAT
MAP# 133


01077-00OR ,
'l8 R-0247800 $171.17
MHUFF J.T. 8: J.T. JR.
S 13.T 6 R 9 1 AC ,, '
210 X 210 FT ORB '111/103.
FR GRAY
MAP 1 .

0108 1-0 COP
IT9 R-0HBO4 810 528.22:
ROBINSOiiu I-IR'Y' ESTATE 1 .
S14 T ,-, P, 9 1 AC': 1 AC W'UjPE
IN SWC OF W/2 OF, NW/4,
MAP #145

' Oii87-007R .
160 R-0260400 222:.5E
5rSELL DONALD E..
S 25 T 3 R 10 RE'CD ORB
69/1049 FR SEXTON BEING
PARCEL NO iS
MAP #9iA

01191-030R ; .. .
161 F -or s', $43.73
CLoRt GEORGE THOrlS -
S "F T 3 R 10 29 FT STRIP, ADJ
TO LOT -, BLI .3 IELEWOCO SUBD
",ORB 9B,'-91 FP C:LHRIE ET AL

0119-000R ; .
162 R-0,.6:900 .- llE.07
LI|4TOM WILLItM ,jR. .8: TERR,'
S .L T 3 R 10
GRB LB1 790 FFA LInTON EST,4TE
MHP #914 :;. ,.
: 117 3-0COP '" "' '
1.3 F 6-,3-.' $ :S .98
LilTONr UILI.mI JR. 8: TERRY
S 1- T 3 R 10 1 'I
ORB 181iB'" FR LINTON ESTATE


011f.B-:y r"'
.'S4 PF .- '_., .. ;. .
*: r. r .
8 '.,PC F S ." ,.r, .-1 ,- i l' ii 1 '1 '
PB ."' PC. 'I' L'T' 5 e *.1'C
O.9 FP REED BL -

... BLK ; P


1,?: P-0 .L1F$CO43P ,7.96
LINTON E riI'.' FRHI-t 8: LINDA S.'
BIJPRESS CREEI SI S' IE.II7T 14r0 L
S P L P6 4C LOTS ', [0, 11 3 '
1 'I ORB 1"/ 1131 -01 FP. Bu'.H
MAP 11B "
: BLK 1 :
01238-000R "
166 R-0267000 HX S492.20
GATES II.-F,:-i-LiE
-MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
LOTS 1 8: 2 ORB 139/244-45 BC
P C T '_ .' '
MN,.P i 9", BLK 1'

: ,. ,-. ,.:,*' ,-:,'.
.7 P- u.:67700 :, ,677.90
LINTOrN WILLIAM -JR. 8: TERRY
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB i PG 43
- LOTS I", 3 ORB 181/790 FR
LINT', F r[- T.-,TE
MAP# 91A L
PLI .

0] l.4 --'C:.OP
I'8 P -'.. B7' .) HX S2;i,410.2i
DUNAHOO JOHN R..' .
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB '. PG 43
LOTS 4, E 8: 6 ORB 82/313 8:
LESS ORB 94/269 DISHAROON ORB...
94/73L '0 C uliI,Or ORB 96/329
(FOR FUOlTHEI LEGOL SEE TAX ROLL)

01: A,.-l f1 0 .7 .
1 7 P-'.T -70?o-'. lt90.73
S LINTNLJ UILLI.MMH ,_0R : 8: TEP.PY
IDLEWOOL[ SUBD UNIT NO. 1 P13 2
PG IT LOT 8 ORB 18:1/7'2 Fi
LiNTOi'J ESTATE
S llM Ptt ?i 1


0'1264-000R
170' R-0270700'
LINTON LILI-iM JR.
IDLEWOOD:SUBD UNIT
PG 15 N/2 OF LOT 1
FR LINTON ESTATE
MAP 91iA

0i267-000R,
171 R-0271000
'CLARK GEORGE T.
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT
PG 15. LOTS E
MAP #91A


BLK 2


8: TERRY.
NO. i PB 2
ORB 181/790


BLK 3


{279.78

2
O10L


ROLL)


01369--003R
176 R-024:2300 3
T'I'RE AAROM W. 8: CAROL L,
S 36 T 3 Ri0 .4 AC M /L
ALL OF THE SW/4 OF SEC 36
LYING W OF SR 71 ORB 1781336
FR OWENS
M'1AP# 91:D


0i369-060R
:177 R--0 92B00 HIX $302.05
TYRE AARON 8: CAROL
S 36 T 3 R 10 10 AC M/L
420 1.0043 F T AV DEPTH ORB
167/540 FR COOPER'
MAP# 910

Oi369-100R
178 R-0282600 S31.22
$3S. '6. SETTERICH WILLIAM
AUL P S 36 T 3 R 10 .58 AC M/L ALL
OF W/2 OF SW/4j LYING.N OF
1L8 FT JOHN DILL RD ORB 127/198 FR
R BUTLER
MAP# 91D
0i373-004R
179 R-02S3400 $2E2.58
HANLON DANIEL GENE
22.93. 5 36 T 3 R 1.0 6.837 AC 8: 110
FT ON DEAD LAKES' ORB 85/687
MAP #91D
Y'ED
01373-005R.
180 R-0298300 S45.9
THOMAS EUGENE p. ET UX
5 36 T 3 R 10 1 AC M/L REC'D
$85.29 ORB 76/697 FR KINARD
MAP #91D
L
'ING 0i373-020R
E 181 R-0284000 ', 99.13
VANN LEE BILLY G. ET AL
S 36' T 3 R 10.2 A IN ORIG .
LOT 7 ORB 81/400 (PARCEL I)
MAP #9D,


01373-021R
182 R-0284100
LEE BILLY G. ET AL
S, 36 T 3 R 10 i AC l
,BY 170.49 FT REC'D C
(P ARCEL II)
'lAP #91D


255.50 FT
ORB 81/400


S 0 1 3 *1 o'"'.,'P
183 R .It- :.':0 721.,0
TY' E .,:, l L ,
5 36 T 3. R .10 I .AC
ORB ,4'+8/49 Q FR PEAR TYRE'
.MAP #91 ,

S 01 i+409-OO0OR,
18+ R--0287800 S286.43
iROnMER "JOIIfINY. ET AL
/ RIVERSIDE: ESTATES ADDN TO .
3IOL- PB P.G 24 UNIT NO I LOT
3 UNREC.' AGREEMENT FR MPLOY
MAP #1288
BLf 4-

0i4i7-OOOR
185 R-0288600 S66.68
STEWART JACK 0
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO i LOT
11 ORB 160/700 FR GASKIN
MAP 28B ..
BLK 4

01490-OOOR0
186 R-0298700 5128.71
ROGERS ELMER EUGENE.
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG
4 W'LY 100 FT .OF .LOT 12 .
ORB 131/14 FRVROGERS.
MAP# 910
BLK 2

01503-00R
87 R-0300300 S438.84
HAYS DARREL K. ,8: VHLERIE J.
5 1 T 4, R 10 l1.5 H': BEG AT
NECs RUN W "27E YO,TH 5 220
YD; TH: E 27.Y','S TH N 220 .
YDS TO THE POB 8 LESS 1 C-:
(FOR.FURTHER LEGHL SEE TAX ROLL)

018.-OER -
.188 'F P- 3"l'''0 O- B.76
Mi-PES AIN.LOUISE .
S i T R4 R 10 3.64 C ML/L
1140 .< 660 FT PRCEL RE':,D ORB
170,'803 FR WILLI.MS :


)1 s17-OC&R :
189 P-0303100 HX 5 13B.80
hlUtlER'.' :nSEY 8 L.4 WH4NDEA '
S; 3 T 4 B 10 .9 MiL .
.43 FT.ON STONE ,:REEI ROAD
O* RB 133/i10 FR T4-UNTON
MN-PH 74 .

0Oi17-03R .
190 F. 03C.100 836.89.
BRUNT', SUSAN ,
S 3 T 4 R'iO 7.E w: MIL BEING "
TP-i:T 1u STONE C:REE) V 'RES
(UNRECOfl'EFC' ORB 61/E1 FP
MERRITT LESS Z.' A,: OPB
(FOR FURTHER LEG-L SEE TH.) ROLL)

01517-125R
191 R-;t .690C, 51 3.8'). 3
FuLMIER MNi,'LON 8 KATHY
5 3 T 4 R i10 1.8 4,: M'L BETNG
PLOT 53 STONE CREEK HPE .
(UNRECORDED) UNREC. AA FR
BROGDON '
* MAP #74. ,

*:i l i i.-1 P .., .
1'9- P-0.073C0 H 5$97.E
H,M M iP T'. ...,
S 3 T 4 R 10. 1 M'/L BEING
LOT 6 Of1 STONE ':PEEt CRES
orP' iB 1,'CE 9 FR BROGlON
i'll 'P 3 7 74 3 IN ;.'"

, .', m -,73,''790r, HX .30.01o
i r liL I I.L. Im J. 8: IIF.LE* MIJ,
; : '3 T. 4 R 10 "'li.67 i.-" M1'L
12.43 AC PARCEL 8: 5.04 C IN. .i
PARCEL I''.. 2 8:. 1i20 41: IN" :.
PRiAiEL 1.0. 3 ORB 149/918-920
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL),

7-5 5R *


194 R-0308000'
DANTFLS ANN
s 3 r 'I R,10 9".7
PARCEL REC'D IN ORB
FR TAUNTON
MAP# 74


22..0 .o 01519--060R
9'0 R-0309700
NO. i ,p 2 .GORTMAN JENCIE E
NO. 1 PB '5 3 T 4 R 10
PARCEL REC'D ORB 161
BLK 3 TLC


01i268-OOOR
172 R-027i200 .S492.01
SOWELL JERRY'D. 8: BARBARA
IDLEWOOD SUBD 'UNIT NO. 1 PB 2'
PG 18 LOT 1 ORB 111/82 FR
SPAN.
MAP 91tA
BLK 4
01270-000R .
173 R-0271400 584.,40
LINTON WILLIAM JR. 8: TERRY,
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. i PB 2
PG 15 TRACT A ORB 181/790 FR
LINTON ESTATE
SMAP t9giA
UNIT 1

.0i278-OOR
174 R-0272000 %'+ 45.49
HOWELL RALPH JKRP.P 8 JUDY''
IDLEWOOD PARK sutr... UNIT # i
W' 42.' FT OF LOT 6
21.21 FT X 1:0 FT STRIP OF
LOT 6 ORB 1:1.7/895 FR FLEMING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


01368-000R
17E R-028i500 5+48.02:
TAUNTON DAVID L.. 8: WILLIAM
S, 35 8: 36 T 3 R 10 191.91 AC
H/L RAR'EL REC'D ORB i36/518
SFR PRIDGEON 8: ORB 136/522 QC
FR PRIDGEON LESS i AC ORB 169/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


MAP# 74

01519-165R
196 R-0311100
TAUNTON DAVI.D L. A
STONE MILL CREEl:K ES.T
(UNRECORDED) LOT 14'
832 FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP# 74

01i519-250:R
197 R-0312 OO0 I-I
HELMS RICHARD I.'. 8 J
STONE MILL CREEK EST
(UNRECORDED) LOT 3 8
/97-61 8: ORB 137/96
TAUNTON ET AL 8: ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL S

01519-265R
198 R-0312700 HX
WHITFIELD GARY A. 8:
STONE MILL .CREEK EST
(UNRECORDED) LOT 6 0
'-" FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP# 71


OiE19-33C0R
199 R-0313500
MILLER HENRY MACK JR
STONE MILL.CREEK ESTATES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4'
ORB 49/51l. BC FR MILLER
MAPS 74


01i26-002R
200 R-0311i00
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W 8: JA
S 4 T 4 R 10 REC'D ORB 8
FR STEWART BEING TRACTS
6,7 8: 8 STONE CREEK ACRE
(UNRECORDED) ORB 1.56/98
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

01i26-004R
201 R-031E300
WHITFIELD MICHAEL W 8: .JA
5 4 T 4 R 10 1.E0 AC TRA
STONE CREEK ACRES
(UNRECORDED) ORB i5s/844
FIRST NATIONAL BANK NORT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

Oi528-00ER
202 R-0316200
FREEMAN LEONARD SR
S 4- T 4 R 10 2.68 AC N/L
210 X 420 FT PARCEL ORB
525 FR MYERS & .66 AC M/L
ORB 149/524 FR NEAL
MAP# 74

01530-020R
203 R-0316500
STOKES AUDRA 8: MIKEL HOO'
S 4 T 4 R 10 1.62 AC M/.L
BING LOTS 3; 4 ON GRIFF.I
UNREC AA FR TLC
SN.MAP# 74

01538-10oR
20.4 R-0318200
FOSTER STEPHEN H.). HOWAR
S 9 T 4- R 10 34 AC M/L N
OF NW/4 LESS 5 AC IN NWi:
NE/4 OF NW/4.'ORB 136/lf6
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205 P 03183,0 HX
FOSTER STEPHEN H.
5 9,1 4 R 10 .93 AC M/L
PARCEL .REC'D.IN ORB 1E3/
FR FOSTER ET AL 8: LESS TO
HOLSMEN
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' .06& R-03,104 0
BURCTI J.L 8 BRENDA J.j
s. 9 r 4 P 10 )d 10:C M/L N
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0 1 4 E 1 3 P "
209 R-03:-300
BRADLEY, CHARLES .E & CLAP
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PARCEL .REC'D ORB 174/184
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0184E-10OP
*L1 -,? -.EO : -. .",'.
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SS i T 4 R 10 1 AC M!/L
PRP.,:EL REC'D ORB. 180/740
TL': : .
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0I, -OQOR
211 R-0323400 HX
SIDES JOHN A 8& LINDA D,
5. i T 4i R 10 1. AC: M/L
LYING Ir SW,'4 OF SE/4 W
.HWY'71 ORB i9/2.' FR H.iR
B ORB 16t/81E 8 88.6 .:-F
(FOR FURTHER LEGHL SEE T
OiE7E-1351R
11 P-03. 7(,00 MX
BROWN 4 ,RiH iM SCOTT
5 L4 T 4 P. 10 DEl,-D LRH.ES
5UBE' UNPE'CORE.-ED LOTS 71
e 10 ORE 1.3 414 FR COTT
8 LOT 1i1 OFB 1E3"1'? FR
(FOR FURTHER I EC-PL EE T

O i7E-ES-LR
213 R-03:8300
MC DANIEL ROGER G
5 14 T 4 R 10 LOT E-
DEAD LAF ES ESTNTE5 UBSC'
ORB 100.'999 FP LISTER
MAPS 93R


01875-530R. .
"14 R-0328400 $137.56
['ERO;u FRANK W
S 14 T- R 10 -,
DEAD LAI0-F ESTATES SUBE '
UNREC:OR!DE' LOT 6 8 7 ORB
1'--2/B39--841 FR WEWA STATE BANK
MAP#S 93B .

01. 60 -013800 289.23

FOWLER JOHN M. 8 CAROL J.
MEEt IS Lt F 'SURED PB 2 PG 1i .
LOT 2 ORB 114/606-7 FR
MCLANEY '
h-P #93 .
BLK 3

016:Z--0COR
z 16 R-033800 .$5241i.14
GAS! IH PHILLIP RUDY,
5 13 T '4 R 10 4 MC M/L PpRCEL
REC'D ORB 129/373 FR GS4i IN
ON WEST ARM OF DEAD Lft F.S
HAP #93A


01630-000R
117 R-0338900.
BRYANT JOHNNY L.
S 13 T 4 R .10 .41 AC M/L
FT FED AF. i E; FRRONTAGi; 2


*1663.49 FT RV DEPTH ORB 124/716 (1
LISA BRAYANT
AC M/L MAP# 93A

01630-010R
218 R-0339000
BRYANT JOHNNY L.
5 13 T 4 R 10 .42 AC M.,
S100.63" 70 FT DEAD LAKES FRONT. :
S" .65 FT AV DEPTH ORB 12'
0C FR LISA BRYANT
/606 FR MAP# 93A
Oi" 0637-002R
219 R-0339700
TERBY ELOUISE
S119.83' 5 13.T .4 R 0 .REC'ED ORB
BIGAIL 70/524 BEING 80. X 100 FT
ATES MAP #93A
ORB 137/


BLK A 0165e8-O0R
220 R-03'43E500
5237.2i HARTLEY JAMES, S.
JEANNIE L. 5 13 T 'I- R 10
'ATES 400 X 100 FT PARCEL ON F)
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01679-000R
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SI:.Iir:iri -. S 24 T '+ P, '10 17- FT ON 5
rATES :' .' 71; 200 FT DEPTH REC'D DE
)RB 137/937 33/207 8: ORB 94/822 CERT.
TITLE FR SI-IERESH 8: 7 NX 1{
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BLK C.
01691-OOO0R
275,02 222' R-0347300 5160.63
BUSH JOHN A.
5 14 T ? R 10 25-0 FT STRIP
LYING DUE W ACROSS LAKE ST
REC'D ORB 143/253-54 FR ARCHER
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01706-OOOR
223 R-0349000
BETTIES CHERRIE
S 14 T + R.10 REC'D ORB
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MAP# 93B

01i729-00R
224 R-0351800
-DAWSON EMMA J
S iS T 4 R 10 100 X 75 FT
IN NW/4 OF SE/'+ OF SE/4 C
177/583 @C FR SIMS
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HWEST 073'-001R
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SIMS DANIEL
S 15 T 4 R 10 .12 AC A L(
S132.24 BY 100 FT REC'D ORB 94/69
GCD FROM DAWSON
MAP #78
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L 01761-OOOR
226 R-0355200 HA
MONTFORD THOMAS E 8: FRAN'
S 22 T 4 R 10 3.5 M/L
.ALL OF E/2 OF W/2 OF NE/'
$131.64 LYING N OF SR 22 ORB 1E!
VER, 183 FR HANSON
L MAP# 75
N RD
01768-O0OR
227 R-0356800 HX
JONES PATRICIA
S 23 T 4 R 10 AC M/L
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D E. SURVEY FOR LISTER ORB :
E/4 600 FR LISTER
OF MAPS 93C
FR
01773-0OOR
228 R-0357400
JONES VICENT 8: CAROLYN P.
S 23 T 4 R 10 .172 AC M/l
531.22 BEING A LOT 78 X 100 FT
136/83 FR JOHNNY Li JONES
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8--9 CD
0 01780-OOOR
229 R-0358100 HX.
DAVIS.OTI.S JR. 8: DEBORAI
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$437.78. ORB 96/611 PMR,:EL #3 FPOI
KEMP.
IE/4 MAP #7.
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REC'D ORB 72/694 PHR:-EL5
$329.96 2 8: ORB 78/590
MAP H7E 8: 93C

ST. '231 R-0358800
0(1G MC NENLE', FLORENCE
S 23 T 4 R 10 LOT ,OF L.ri1
OF 'LOFTIN LOT 75 FT.. B',
FT. ORB 82/37 .
$26.66 MAP #93: ,

01785-010R
232 R-0359100
'* JONES OBERT.L .L
5 23 T 4 R 10 78 X 237.5
OF LOT FR MCNEALY ORB 60.
$513.14 MAP#. 93C
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M/L '. ,i -OT '
F'FR 33 R-O E1 93,:.: -
SMC NEARLY FLORENCE
S 23 T 4+ R 10 1.33 AC BE
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.S74.03 .LOT TO JONES IN ORE 981'E
MAP# 93C

FR Gt79i1-0tCOR
Z34 F. -)32'' e.0. HX
S: 'UBER [.Qr1-,LDr J. JR 8 iiHG
S -3 T 4 P t(, LOT 1 8 W
209.935 X 330 FT OF LOT
GRIFFIN F.hPM LINRE':OR[DED.
504. 35 ORB 1.55/63'--654 rrF SUEEP
MMP 93C
OF .
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WEST 'FP 59':
T' 9 01816-OOGOR ..
O .2i F-03636:0 .
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S 23 T 4.R 10
ORB- 123'728 FR' F LHER 1.
7 4.03 .IP H: -MNIL PRBe I1,1"' TO
SJOSEPH LEE JNCI.'-ON [ ORB
(FOR FuP.THPR LEGAL SEE T


Oi8ZO-OOOR :
237 R-0364500 HX
PRNSBuP,3H GREER C 8: RUSSE
5 3 T 4 P. 10 13 AC ,/L
THAT P"RT OF SE/4 OF-NW/t
LYING N P.R S : ORB 14/85
FR MC ENCHIN
MAP# 93C

1824-000R
238. R-0364800
MC KELVIN GEORGE IIT 8: Mi
S 23 T 4 R.iO 5 AC ORB ..t
FR KIRKLAND i -'.
MAP #93C "

01826-01R ..
239 R-036?.IO HX '.
WRIGHT IEOiF'GIn
S13 T R 10
LOT 3, UNLRE.: U ILL C i 'wS
SIRVEY1 ORB 130/,1iF FP. E-
MwPS 93:

i864-OOR ,
240.' : .R-0369700
VANN TAMMY' & GEOPGIiA 'I'N
S '3 T 4 R' 10 1 ACRF.E
ORB 164/151 FR CnRR
MAPS 93:C


01865-000R
S241 R'-0369900 $30E.49
WOODARD TREASA
'S 23 T 4 R 10 1.1 AC
ORB 150/974-975 FR PARKER 8:
ORB 179/824' BC FR VANN
MAP# 93C

01883-000R
242 R-0371500 S\96.80
GREENE JACOUELINE P
S 24 T 4 R i0 '176 FT.
FRONTAGE ON SR 22.(SECOND
PARCEL) ORB 155/158-159 FR
PRIDGEON
MAP# 93D

0i883-001R
243 R-0371600 S46.37
GREENE JACOUELINE P.
5 24 T 4 R 10 1 ACRE M/L LOT
IN NWi/4 ORB 82/669 (THIRD
PARCEL)
MAP# 93D

01884-0i0R
244 R-0372i00 52,765.38
TAUNTON DAVID L, 8: ABIGAIL J.
S 24 T 4 P.R 10 5.536 AC M/L
,BEING 593.71 FT ON E R/W SR 71
ORB 87/875 FR SPENCER)
RICHARDSONj BOLGIANOi ORB 137/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0188-050R
245 R--0372700 241.14
DANIEL CARL DEAN
S 24' T 4+ R 10 .4-7 AC M/L
59 FT PARCEL ON 5R 71 ORB 174/
658 AGREEMENT FR WHITEHU.RST '
MAP# 93D'

01897-000R
246 R'-0374'100 -0246.19+
SMITH FELTON B.
S 24 T 4 R 10 18 FT ACROSS
THE S IDE OF "LOT 3 OF THE.
HIGGINE 8: HOLLINGER PLAT IN
PB 1 PG 25: REC'D DBIK /'+3
MAP# 9317


01913-OOOR
$187.73 247 R*-0375700 HX 5247.&9
SIRMONS RONALD W 8: GLENDA S.
S 24 T 4 R 10 .S19 AC M /L
BEG AT SWC OF SWi/4 OF SWI/4
TH RUN N 96 FT. E 267 FT. 5S
96 FT TH W 267 FT TO BEG
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL;SEE TAX ROLL)
S29.72 Oi913-050R
S T .248 ,R-037E800 $2OO.6'+
LOT SIRMONS GLENDA S.
IRS
S 24 T 4 R 10 .069'At MI/L
36,19 FT ONSR 71; 83 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 12E/802-80e4 FR
5IRMONS BEING RED-EYE VIDEO
S24 .68 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

T 01954-000R
T S1 249 R-0380300 HK S167.35
90 ALDERMAN KENNETH R 8: JOANIE M
S 24 T 4 .R 10 REC'D ORB
4 7/45 4
MAP# 93D
S601.79 01956-OOOR
CES 250 R-0380500 5940.0i.
GULF PINES HOSPITAL
S 5 24 T 4 R 10
5/1E2- BEING A LOT 29 1/2 FT BY 209
FT ORB 170/399 FR LANIER
MAP# 93D
S250.8 O961-01R
20.98 E R-0380800 Sij971.12
GULF PINES HOSPITAL INC.'
SS'2 .T 4 R 10 .49 AC M/L
OR/ED 131.88 FT ON SR 71 ORB 170/
130/ 394 FR MAYHANN
MAP# 93D

01994-000R
20.87 252 R-0384800 S+71.77
20.87 'CANNING DR. H. B. EST.
ML CKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB'
ORB 1 PG 14 BEGIN AT SWC OFLOT
ORB 32 RUN N 30 FT E 80 FT S 30
s FT W 80 FT TO.BEG
MAP #94A

$ ,- 0-01iB-OOOR
6 4.62 .3 R-0387300 Si524.71.
EH R ST,. :LMIR JOSEPH J.
EDD MACI'S ADNM TO WEWAHTTCHIH PB
N 1 PG 14 LOt5 80, 1. BLI QF
96, 97
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0..01B-001P
t18.E6 -4 R-,:3B7400 5545.82
ST. CLMIR JOSEPH J.
MA:I 'S CDDITIUN TO WEW- LOTS
'i 23, 84, 8S 8 92, 93, 94
SMP #94 .
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1136.06 "' R-03T9'E0) $378.78
ST. CLAIR JOSEPH J.
S.: MACS UODN TO WEWAHITCHA
.'_ LOTS 77, 781 79, 92, 99, LOO
0Z023-OO R .'' '' :'
i86 R-03SBO000 HX' 4.06.98
:PFTE SHERML B. 8.
, .- MNiC'5 IcDEN TO WEWAHITC:Hit: PB
S 1 PO 14 LOTS 146 147, 148

FT ORB 176/88 LIFE ESTwTE
776 MAPS 91 9
0:023-0EOR
: 257 R-0388100 $77.66
.i2' .67 CHMPBELL ':HRISTM P.
Mq-C" D,-EDITTION TO WEWAHITCHKA
V:,. PB i PG 14
IN LOTS 136, 137 ORB 179/399 FR
S" PATE
4 "t MAP 94 .
0 G:038-000'R
IE8 R-038900 HX 242.64
51.8.68, MNRSHMLL i"-LE C 8 TERPI R. :
IE E' Mm'IIS HDEON TO WEWAHITCHL.A PB
i PG 14 LOTS 149, 1O0, 1.51
4OF 1E2 8 1I3 ORB 147/403-404'
PLMT FR RISH.
MAPS 9414

0'0a8O-000R
2S9 R-0) 39.L600 *.'
E-HERESH ROSSIE
FT GULF :OIJNT':, LAND .QO. SUBD PB
BURNHIM EST.
M.~PSf 9E' .BLK 3

0108 0)OR
2.0 R-0P0946DO $444.28
S327.43 PIT: ROll JAMES .H 8: MERTIA F
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD PB
Si.PG 1 -LOT 21 ORB 143/302 FR
ESS WEWA STrTE BANK
MhAP 93D
17' BLK 7
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0218-OOR
2 21 -R-0401900 $82.25
'S6F6.3' CAMPBELL .:HARLES, '
ELL H LlPE ALICE ADDN TO WEWAHIT:CHK:A
LOT 13, 14 ORB 148/877 FR'
-' .GRAY LESS ORB 164/E68 TO
0 .. SASNET-
MAPS 93d

01 L64-O0OP.
6: P-041%440 S448.87
1194. ,F RMSTROING HNROLED M 8
ICHEAL LI4.E HLIC:E EHDITION, PB PG 9
O'12 LOTS LO. II 8 12 ORB 167/90' -
FR WmHLBERG 8 ORB 169/:.6- FP
".I : RMSTRONG
(FOP FURTHER LEGAL SEE TKX ROLL)

1167.09 0l'695-000R
163 R-04,01900 607.76
MN: CLELLAN VIRGIMNI ,
5 T 4 R 10 1.49 ': 'L : ;
ASS 3:2 N :2..6 FT PwR':EL '32 160/ .
9 ', FF NIXON
Mi-P# 94H

8.22 ," 0.173-0C'6P
.A64 R-0406(,0 o.4-.64'
SEMIMES GLEN H. 8 BROO1 F.
HOMEWOOD PB 3 PG 16
LOT 10 ORB 134/tL.0 FR
S M:LEMORE'B.TRUST


M-.PS 94B


02178-000R
'26 R-0407500 HX 8588.31
BROGDON DIANE ELAINE
5 25 T 4 R 10 2.98 AC REC'D
ORB 176/142 FR BROGDON
MAP #94A

02191-001R
266 R-0409000 HX $33.19
RICE DAVID ALLEN
S 25.T 4'R 10 .3259 AC
90:X 157.75 FT PARCEL ORB 9
SE/89 LESS ORB 11E/789 TO
ATKISON & ORB 147/451 FR RICE
MAP#S 94A

02223-010R
267 .:R-0412900 HX '$397.02
DESTIFINO CHARLES 8: SHARON
CIRCLE .J. ESTATES PB 3 PG 10
LOT 9 ORB 155/586 CERT. OF
TITLE FR CLERK
MAP# 94B
BLK A
02232-000R
268 R-0+16300 S425.41
CHASON MILAN HENRY
S 2' T 4 R 10 LOT OF LANE,
BEING 144 FT BY 75 FT REC'D
ORB 13/399 FR CHASON
MAP# 94A
02246-000R
269 R-0417600 HX : $392.09
DAVIS RICKY M 8: WANDA S
-S 25 fT R 10 BEG AT NEC OF
SE1/4 OF SWi/4 RUN S 200 FT
TH W I0 FT'TO BLACKMAN LOT
TH N 230 FT TH E 10 FT: TH S
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02249-040R
270 R--0+18400 5241,14
HYSMITH DANNY R 8: BONNIE E
S 25 T + R i0 1 AC M/L.210 X
210 FT LOT ORB 167/330 FR
HYSMITH
MAP# 94A


BLK B


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02E22-OOOR
271 R-0419000 HX $368.66
DAVIS MARTIN B
S 25 T P+ R 10 1 2/6 ACRES
REC'D ORB 38/603 & ORB 6/155
IN SEi/4 OF SW1/4 8: NEi/4 OF
SW1/4
MAP# -94A

02254,-00R
272 R-0419700 S156..83
NORTH FLORIDA MEDICAL CENTERS
S 25 T 4 R 10
PARCEL REC'D ORB 174/361 FR
FICO FARMS INC..
MAP#i 94A

02269-O000R
273 R--042i300 $265.55
DI FATTA JOHN P. SR. 8: JEAN
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 PG 13 LOTS
25 26) 27) ORB 112/787 FR
NUNNERY
MAP#t 94A
BLK B,

02296-OOOR
274 R-0424000 311.39
JOHNSON CHRISTOPHER. J 8:
COLLEGE PARK PB i PG 13 LOTS
18; 19, ORB 174/309 FR
WILLIAMS
MARP# 94A
BLK. G

02339-010R
27 AR-0427300 S57,83
WHITFIELE. MICHAEL W,
P.ISH D-11 I)OH TO WEWAHITCHKA
UL"IT OrjE PB PG 16 LOT 9
h ** I BLK 1

'02340-000R
276 R-0427400 HX S97.34
WHITFIELD SARAH J
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 RG.16 LOTS 10 8:
11
MAP# 94A
BLK 1

0234:1-00R'
277 .R-0427500 S65.06
TAUNTON DAVID L 8:' ABIGAIL J
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOT I
ORB 141/379 FR EST. OF LUCY P
P I ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

023E6-001R .
278 R'-0431300 S247.90
BYRAM BARBARA
CLECKLEY 3 ASDDN UNTT NO. 1 .
PB .2 PG 17 LOT 2 .
ORB 176/822 AD FR RAY
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279 R-043i500 .S46.24.
KEMP AVE .WEEKS
CLECKLEY' S ADbN UNIT l. 1H
LOT 1i5 ORB 1i6/105 FR WEEKS
MAP# 94A .

0"37E-O.,)P
S280 'F.-04 33100 $' 3753.3
CCLLINS nrv.I r. i rllPhNi J..
CL'-E:L IE'3 PE'i'N Uti!T'NO. 2
FB 1 PO 37 LOT ORB 170/60
FR STEPHENS 8 6, 7, 8 ORB 138/1'
358 FR COLLINS
(FOR FURTHER I.EGt41l SEE' TAX ROLL I

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199 '301 --1 nGRFEMENT FR GLASS
MAPtW -94A .
'BLK 3

02446-000R .
1. "17 R-0441000 $200.67
F IGE EARNEST ,7
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SFTTEPTI' I F -t L-iF M
WHISPERING PINES UNIT 1 PB 3.
PG 9 LOT 11 ORB 92/669 LIFE
ESTATE DEED TO LOUISE "!


SETTERICH
MAP #94C'


02471-011R '
29?1 R--0449600 0 i'1'7.58
SETTERICH KELAN M'.
WHISPERING PINES UNIT I PB 3
PG 9 LOT 10 8: S/2 OF LOT 9
ORB 127/967 FR SETTERICH ,
MAPt 9,4C


02471-033R
292 R-04E50900 HX $1320.93
MC KNIGHT JAMES W 8: DEBORAH C
WHISPERING PINES UNIT NO 2 PB3
3 PG 19 1.6 AC M/L LOT 31 8: S
94.79 FT OF LOT 30 ORB 161./600
FR BARLOW'
MAP t#94C


02474-OOPR
293 R-04E25(
JONES WILLIAM
WILLIAMSBURG I
*1, 2. 3) 4) 5
32, 33 8: 34" DI
MAP #94B


02480-OO00R
294 R-04931(
FLOWERS ANNIE
WILLIAMSBURG I
16 8: 19 ORB 1'
CHESTNUT
MAP# 948B


02496-OO0R
295 R-04548(
GRAY CHARLES I
WILLIAMSBURG I
ORB 87/880
MAP #94B


,02497-0OOR
296 R-04549(
JONES RANDOLPI
WILLIAMSBURG I
20. 211 ORB 1'
MINCY
MAP# 94+B


02497-001R
297 R-04O50'
ADDISON.EMERI'
WILLIAMSBURG
PB i PG 3
LOTS 22 8 23
ORB 140/40 FR
MAPt# 948

02506-OOOR
298 R-04s40'
BRITT DAVID L
WILLIAMSBURG I
8: 2 DB 34/57
MAP #94B


'02508-OOOR
299 R-04562<
FLOWERS ANNIE
WILLIAMSBURG F
5E 6 7 ORB
,CHESTNUT
MAP# 948.

02512-OEOR
300 R-04571
FISHER RIVERS
WILLIAMSBURG
LOTS 12 & 13
MAP#.94B


02518-000R
. 301 R-04576
JONES BERTHA
WICLIAMSBURG
LOT 20 ORB 96
WILLIE JONES

02523-OOOR'
302 R-04581
BRITT RUTH M.
WILLIMMSBURG
ORB 138/731 F
MAP#.JBf $ .4


3,:'3 R-0'ER8'?
,OR'.' JERP.i' LE
WILLIAMSBURG'
-ORB 174/210 F
1 7/,'9ti :1 FR
M.-iP 9u94F



304 R-04590
GIPSON WILLIE
WILLIAM5BURG
4. 5 8: 6
MAP '#94B


3 R-0'4F9:
HAND BRYANT 8
PINE RIC-.GE .AD
LOT 4 ORB 69/
MAP #94B.


02539-O0OR
306 R-04E994
HAND BR'.'.NT I
PINE RIP.C-E RD
LOT 3 ORB J74
..MAP'#948


O.E40-OOCP
3,7 R-04E9F
RILE',' V RVIE
PIrNE RIC.C-E A'
LOTS E 8 6 OR
SASSOC fATES FT
MAP# 948


02942-R000
308 R-04597
FRAZIER JIMMY
PINE RIDGE f
LOT 2 DBK 1/
MAP #948


02543-000R
309 R-04E98
JACKSON JOHN
PINE RIDGE AD
LOTS 1 : 2 OR
126/471 0C FR
MAP# 94B .


02547-OOOR
310 R-04602
HILL'CHARLIE
PINE RIDGE AD
LOT 6 ORB 89/
MAP #94B


S02EE4-OOOR
.311 R-04609
ONEY ROBERT E
SPINE RIDGE AD
LOT 11 ORB 12
MAPt 94B. 8


02571-010R
,312 --0't .;.6
HAVENER (l IR.'
LESiERS SuBDI
IUNPEC:OPrEE,)
S126/947 FR HC
MAPtt 94D



02584t3J_//.-


02604-OOOR
00 $141.11 316 R-0468700 S48,95
I8: ANNIE WILL C.L. SMITH MOTOR CO.) INC.-
PB 1 PG 3 LOTS 36 T 4 R 10 1 AC BEG AT SEC
: 6.- 29 30 31 OF" SE/4 OF SW/4; RUN W 210
K 17/591 FT) N 210 FT, E 210 FT S 210.-
FT TO POB ORB 98/561 FR.

RLK A (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL
02607-OOOR
317 R-0469000 S1,322.50
0 S48.9E. MIXON ALFRED E 8: LAURIS
T 8: S 36 T 4 R 10
PB 1 ,PG 3 LOTS BEING PART OF LOTS 42 8: 43
+9/473 FR BLK 2 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
(UNREC) ORB 170/363 BC FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
BLK A ;
02616-OOOR
'318 R-0469900 S66.68
00 $29.72 BRAMLETT CLAUDE H 1-1. 8: SHEILA D.
EDWARD 5 36 T'4 R 10 LOTS 32' 33 8:
PB 1 PG 3 LOT 19 34 IN LESTERS SUBDIVISION,
(UNRECORDED) ORB 134/340 FR
CONNELL.
BLK B (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL),

02619-OO1R
00 HX $180.29 319 R-0476300 173.14
H 8 BRENDA BRAMLETT CLAUDE H. 8: SHEILA D.
PB 1 PG 3 LOTS 5 36 T 4 R 10 LOrS 29', 30 8:
4 /+38 FR :i Lt" 4 LETTERS SULDI"'ISIO .
(IjNRE-OF'r:ED) BEDIIG 90, X 180
FT MiL E,:'E' RB 1 3'1 / 3 0. ,FR
BLK B (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T-(X ROLL)
02629-OOOR',
00 HX ,$ 305.23 20 R.-047i400 S266.70
SON 8: JOHNNIE K. KENT WILLIAM WESLEY ,
SUBDIVISION S 36 T R 10 1.25 EAC M/L
212 FT PpR,:EL ON TRANSFER
LANDING RD ORB i53/884 AA FR
WILLIAMS SMITH
MAPtt.940.

0 629-0OR '
00 S. 47.45 3L1 R-0471900 :794.06
8: RUTHIE MAE 04E BRRIAN, FRNIE 8 LTNDA
PB'1 PG 3 LOTS 1 5 36 T 4 P. 10 1.E f : M/L
6 '1.12 il Y ..60.19 FT PARCEL
ORB '133/638-39 FR ,SMIfTH
BLK D MAP# 9D ,..,,

02629-06R .
00 1,30.E7 R-0473300 HX 11 5.71
T 8: WEBB COR.' M. 8 LESIA K. .
PB I PG 3 LOTS MITCHELL MniOR SUBD.
149/473 FR UNRECORDED LOT 10 .5 AC.M/L .
ORB tit/-/87 FR BROGL'ON
BL D' rP# 941
02655-OOOR
00 ,S47. 4 323 R-0476800 HM $5268'.8
WINCHELL MORRIS E. 8 MYHR MEYE
S 36 T 4 P 10 3.41 mC M/L.A
LOT ON N LINE OF LESTER SUBD
LESS .4 AC IN ORB 89/912 TO:
BLK E EARNEST' ORB 124/1094 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 'TAX ROLL)

00 S98.14 02664-000R
324 R-0477900 S374.28
SUBD. PB 1 PG 3 STRIPLIN MONA L. .
/553 BC FROM S 1 T 5 R 10 1 AC MNIL 104;X
.432 FT LOT LYIN ON W SIDE.,OF
SR 71 ORB .57/319 FR HAYES
LESS 1 AC'ORB 1i6/886 TO ROY
00 7 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL ._SEE' TAX ROLL)

PB 1 PG 3 LOT 6 0 664-OOR .. .
R AD 1N 0. 325 : R-0478000 174.03
S; : STRIPLIN ROY B. .JR.
BLK F S I T R 10 1 : M/L 104 X
432 ON SR'71 PARCEL REC'D ORB
uG $31.22 116/886 FR STRIPLIN
HIS .' MAP# A 95A
PB 1 PG 3. LOT 3
:R FINLE,' 8: ORB 0268-003R .
FINIl.E'- 3Z6 R--0481700 ,. 162.6
WHENrLEY V M"RLENE & ROGER :
BLK G SUNNYWOOD ESTATES PB 3 PG 18
LOT 3 8 4 UNREC AA FR
S MC LEMORE'S TRUST
00 65.18 MAP' #95B
MAE
PB I PG 3 LOTS 0Z684-007R
327 R-048.LO000 : S94.'86
LONG RICHRRED .. .. .,i .-
r. G' SUNNYWOOE ESTATES PB 3 PG! 18- '
LOT 7 UNREC MM FR MC LE'ORE'S
TRUST
10 $ S36.13 MAP #gt9F.
.ANNIE GEHE OL706-OOC. .
DITION PR -2 PG 8 3.8 R-0490600 1603.0F-
723 TILLMAN STELLH (MRS.)
S 1" T T R 10 '2.E C BEG '0
BLt ,1 R1 N OF SEC OF S .L TH RUN N
86 FT TH W "4F9 FT TH DOWN
O- 9. OLD RR BED 286 FT TH E 184 FT
,00 N '9H?.3I- (,FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE THX ROLL)
4NNHIE G
0F'TTIOI PR 2 PG :8 0707-100R -
.'liB FR WtLSON 3.9 R-049100 $ 38.59
tNOWLES Jt-MES H. 8, CONNIE
BL.K 1 'S I T E R 11
O X I0 FT PARCEL ORB 121/
949 FR I NOWLES
00 S600.31 .MAP# 95D
LEE -
,ITION PB ,2 PG 8 027O26-00OR
B 13E/8.1 FR 330 R-0493600 54
NMNCE INC. I LESTER JtMhIE V. 8- JEAN LOIS
5 11 T F R 10 1/.AC
BLK 10E. FT ON SR 71 BEING /.: AC "
IN NWC OF SE/4 OF NE/4 ORB: -
135/E01 FRP. HLE
00. $464-37 MHP #9F.D
L L8
EDITIONN PB 2 PG 8 0;71-'OCOR H .
846J .331 ,'R-P.-,`1440 HX 1360.13
NOBLES UILLIE F. 8t ORROTHY''
BLK 2 S 13 T FR P.10 5 AC S/2 OF W/Z
OF' E/ OF RE/l OF SE/4 ORB
S04/1003 FR GATES '
00 Hx \$498,.73 M -P #96
IY LEE 8: MARGARET' 7-00 -'
'DITION PB 2 PG 8 0 791-000 R
.1 67/256 8: ORB 332 R-0'-077CO HX .. $S10'+.34
j6A,/SON : BURKE STEVEN V 8: PAMELA Z
5 S T 7 R 10 4.5 AC M/L
BLK 3 210 FT ON SR 71 X 1000 FT
DEPTH ORB' 159/349'5-346 FR
PEACOCK

:00 1 245.08 MAP# lOiC ,
&: ORA MAE .0:.00- O. OR
'DITION PB 2 PG 8 0280 05R,0 '
266 FR HILL 333 R-0510700 b.32
"66 R L.L MADDOX JOHN C "
L p.5 S 10 Tr 7 R 10 : MC /L4.
BLK 100 X 218 FT TRIANG. LOT' .
ORB 149/418 FR MADDOH .X
00 HX $137.44 MAP# 83 ,

'DITIONF PB PG 8 334 R-O 140 0 137.56
:4/590 FR MINCY BURKE STEVEN V

LK S 11 T 7 RiO 1i.E AC M/L
211 X 100 FT PARCEL "A" 8: '
2, 00 X 211 FT PiR':EL "B"'
5 5. S31.22 .,ORB 173/590 FR BLUPI F
J. : EVA E. ; MAP# 10, :
V I I DIN ) 0 ', *2 8'I-000 R" r
LOT 18 ORB '0 4 'O "
tLEY 33E R-051E100" 30.29
*LLE STUCKEY 'RUTH MURPH -.,
BBLK 3 5 11 T 7 RP. 10 .172 -C N /L '
REC'D DBK 26/210 A /5 > 100
FT .LOT ,
\ MAP #101C


313 R-04+64300 311.39
HALEY JAMES M 8: MARIA F
S 36 T 4 R i0 LOT 90 X i'+ FT
ORB 91/1013 FR GARDNER BEING
PARCEL #1 IN SURVEY IN ORB
148/46 FR DIOCESE OF PENSACOLA
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0290-:1O


02584-010R
314 R-'04645.00 280.92
EASTERLING SARA
5 36 T 4+ R'10 76.84 FT ON
5HIPPEY RD; 174' FT AV DEPTH-
(PARCEL #3)Y SURVEY FOR SMITH
ORB 181/568 FR TOM REED
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


0258'+-015R
315 R-0464600 1209.28
EASTERLING SARA
S 36 T 4' R 10 76.84 FT ON
SHIPPEY RD; 177,46 AV DEPTH
(PARCEL #4'l) SURVEY FOR SMITH
ORB 181/569 FR TOM REED ENT.
MAPH 94D


02865-000R
336 R-0517900
WISE 0. P.
BEAT SUBDIVISION PB
LOTS 13, 14 .1,i i19
MAP #1010C



02866-OOOR
337 R-0518000
WISE 8..P.
BEATY SUBDIVISION PB
LOTS i5, 168: 17
MAP #10iC


1 PG
33 8






i PG


02868-00OOOR
338 R-o18200
WISE O.P. '8: LOUISE
BEATY SUBDIVISION PB 1 PC
LOTS 28), 29; 30) 31 8: 32
115/74 FR KIMBRELL ,
MAP# 101C


02872-OOOK
339 R-0518600
WISE 0. P.
BEAT, SUBDIVISION PB
LOTS 1i 21 3, 4 4 3.
46
MAP #101C


02873-OOOR
340 R-0518700,
WISE B. P.
BEAUTY SUBDIVISION PB
LOTS 5i 6, 41 8: 42
MAP #0iOic


02899.-OOOR
341 R-0520700 HX
BYRD GERALD E. & SARA
BEAT SUBDIVISION' PB
.LOTS 121 13, 14, .1iS
32) 33, 34 8: 35 ORB
FR SKIPPER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE
02963-000R
342 R-'1?..ABO
DOUDS GLEN ET &L
.WIMICO SUBDIVISION PB
LOTS 7-8: 8 AND W/2 OF
ADJOINING SAME ORB i
FR DOUDS LESS .1681
"(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE

03009-060R
343 ,R-0533500
PROVIDENT MEDICAL CEN
S 7 TS RIO .636 AC M
FT ON GARRISON AVE PA
"ORB 168/697 FR HEALTH
MNGT. CORP.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE
030q4-OOOR
344 R-OS313100 HX
HNW IENS JO'.'CE
WNRD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1I
3 LOTS L 8. 22 ORB 11
MOORE ,
MAPU 69B


03093-utiR
349 R-OFP048800
JOHN F CULLEN C-:OHiPlJ
S 30 T R S 10 1.016
169 X 3t.98B FT PoR.-E
"C-3" 8: "B" ORG 1E6/
T.J, C:OilTRUCJTIOIn OF
MwPP 70

03083-OEER
346 R-OE'49-00
FRtaI' LIN WILLIMM G.
S.30 T 8 R 10 .5 AC
BEING LOT,2' OF PONDER
UNREC. SUB. ORB .136/
PORT CITY ASSOC.
MAP# 70

03083-095R
347 R-OEOl00 HX
LEMTEUX 1:ENNETH LpNMAR
5 30 T B R 10 1 AC:
BEING LOT 10 PONDEROSA
UIIREC. ORB 163,.774 F
CITY S',OCIiTEIS
M-~Pi 70

03097-C;0OR
398 R-OEc.0 HX :
WATERS MDO L
JONESVILLFE SUBDPB i1
189 FT OF LOT 12 ORB
M.-,P $#69C

03101-00ER
349 R-O53300
BOWERS FnMM'Y
JONESVILLE SDUBO
0ITO Z30 FT RECD It
174/676 FR MOORE
MAP# 69C

03101-0OOR
3O0 R-OEF3600
MC nULLON pRC:HIE W.
&JONESVILLE SUBDIVISLO
8 40 ORB 111i/i FR .IU
MaPf 69,C

03116-000P
3F1 R-0O956.00
BROWN WILLIE L. ET HL.
MONEY B-i'YOU SUBD PB I
wLL OF BLOCI M, EXC L
4 ORB 83/946 FR MONE'Y
BER:H *:CORP 8- OFFICI-IL_
(FOR FURTHER LEGHL SE

03130-00OR
3E' R-OEE6E00
BROWN WILLIE L. E7 AL
MONEY BAVOU SUBD PB
LOTS 1 E5, 9, 16, 18
ORB 88/?46 FR MONEY
BEACH CORP 8 OFFICInL
(FOR FURTHER LEGNL SE

03132-OCOR
3E3 R-OFE6700
HESTER r P1MOND
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB '
LOT 4
MAP #72 .


03133-00PR
3E4 R-0" 6800
GREENE NRNETT C.
MONEY BHYOU SUBD PB
LOT 6 ORB 111/424 GC'
GREENE
M n P 7 C .; -.


03134-000R
3S ; R-F0o900o
LIKELY PAY 0 8 MINNIE
MONEY B-4YOU SUBD PB '
LOTS 7 8 ,
ORB 1E0/755 FR GREEN)
MAPH 7,':


03141--O'OR
396 R- 0c7600
LIKELY RAY
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1
LOT 19 ORB 102/587 AG
FR ADAMS
SMaPP 71:. .-: ,


03149:-C 77OR
397 F,-09'7770' :'
BRUUN WILLIE L.. ET AL
MONEY BaY'OU SUBD PB
LOTS 1, 1, 3, 10. 20
883/946 FR IORFEY BAYOL
CORP OPB 94/912 FR G0
(FOR FURTHER LEGrllI SE

03148--.,OR
3598 R-0O58300
WYNN'JULIUS
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB I
LOTS 12 8 13'
MAP #72C


031 4-O':, R
S206.95 319 R-OEE8800 "
BROWN WILLIE L..ET AL
23 MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT
- 34 ALL BLK ii LESS LOTS
8: 5 ORB 88/946 FR MON
BLK B BEACH CORP OFFICIAL R
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE

031E57-OOOR
S27.95 360 R-0559100
BROWN WILLIE L., ET AL
23 MONEY BAYOU SUBD UNIT
ALL OF BLOCK ORB 88/91
MONEY BAYOU BEACH COR
BLK B' 94/932 FR-GARBER PB 2
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL 5E

03169-035R
S40.09 361 R-0560900
BUZIER ADOLPH SR.
G 23 S. 5 14 T-9 R '10 .918t A
ORB 200 X 200 FT 'PARCEL C
,30 REC'D ORB' 139/318-
NANCE 8: ORB 160/386 F
BLK B' MAPR 108


$S6.04' 03171-040R
362 R-0562700 Sq44.17
PG 23 BUCHANAN J. VINCENT 8:
i44, 45 S5 15 T 9 R 10 8.1 AC' M/L
775.33 FT ON SR 30j 500 FT '
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "A" IN ORB
BLK C 100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL-SEE TAX ROLL)

*03171-05OR
S33.26 363 R-0562800 5117.32'
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT &
1 PG 23 S 15 T 9 R 10 '1.674 AC M/L
14+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)

$22.37 03171-060R
AH J. 364- R-0563000 S192.15
1 PG 23 BUCHANAN J. VINCENT
16, 17i S 15 T 9 R 10-i 2,88 AC M/L
i24/739 100 FT LAGOON FRONT; 634.5
AU DEPTH BEING PARCEL "E"
EE TAX ROLL) Ii ORB 160/91- 0,: FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'
03171-145R
365 R-0564200 S128.71
i PG 31" DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &
VALLEY 'INDIAN LAGOON
8/431 ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 9rORB
'AC N fii L 135/705-720 FR WILSON FIN.
E TAX ROLL) -'ORP
MAP# 90B
1811,03 0317.1-1i5OR
4TER 366 R-0564300' SA28.71
/IL 300 DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &8
IRCAEL INDIAN LAGOON '
SCARE ESTATES (UNRECORDED) LOT 0

"E AX 'ROLL) ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
,E FIN. 'CORP.
MAP# 90B
5502.49
03171-155R
PB 2 PG 367 R-OE64400 $128.71
L6/44 FR DIERI)SHEIDE MELVIN 8.
IDI r NN LAGOON
ESTHTES(UNRECORDED) LOT 1it
BLK 1 ORB 13F/70E-720 FR WILSON
FIN. COPP.
MAP# 90 ,, *
$239.47. "
-TION TNC 03171-160R
1 I.L 368 R-056450.0 128.71
-L BEIrIC DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &,
r771 FPR INDIAN LAGOON
PSJ INC ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT, 12
ORB .135/70-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90B
S134.01
03171-165R
M/L 369 P-0.64600 S128.71
GOSA PINES DIER1 SHEIDE MELVIN 8:
f429 FR INDIraN LAGOON
SI' ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 13
ORB $35/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP# 90B, .
S '$68.1 4
S03171-45OR
',L 370 R-0568800 173 .20'
5k PINES DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN .
R PORT S 1E T 9 R 10 20.276 AC I/L '
1743.66 FT ON SR 30, 00 FT
DEPTH BEING PARCEL 2" OQRB
13F/701-4 FR WILSON FIN. CORP.
MRPH 90 4
$79. .2
03172-060R
PG 57 N 371 R-0570500 S226.62
7/9 BUCHANAN J. VINCENT 't
5 16 T 9 R 10 3.436 AC M/L
300 FT ON SR 30; 04.32 FT AV
'bEPTH BEING PARCEL "D" IN .ORB
S82.01 100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
S. '(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL, .

N 0;" 03178-O000R
NORB 372 R-05i400 5$9,733.04
BROWN WILLIE L. ET AL
5 19 T 9 R 10 33.6 AC 14E,9 FT
S .. GULF FRONT; 400 FT DEPTH M/L,
'1131.. LESS MONEY BAYOU SUBO PB 1 PG
9 VIt 1E 49 & LESS MONEY BAYOU SUB[
IN LOT 39.' (FOR. FURTHER LEGAL SEE T-4X ROLL)
L ... 03178-900R

S373 R-OE71500 '484.31
CHPE VILLAS COMMUNITY ASSOC."
$9.9o,4 5. S 19 T 9 R 10
CAPE VILL40S COMMUNITY PROPERTY

PG 49 REC:D ORB 103/P283
OTS 3 8: MP# 7'C
BRRYOU 03178-940R
LRECRED-E 374 R-E 72300 5"1,--.4.3
EE Ta-i ROLL) R-0972300. 1,1B.6.3
EE THNROL HOOD MI,:HN4EL B 8 JOSEPH E
C. PE VILL5S UNIT 2-D
$9.01- ORB 170/11il FR SMRLLRIDGE '-
S 9..0 HMP# 7C ,

O PG '.9 03180-41OR

BOU 375 R-O079300' 1279.3
L RECORD PRITCHETT, ANN.
S TIDN LL) TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION '
EE TX. POLL) (UNRECORDED) LOT 2 BEING
100.8 FT FRONTAGE ON CO. RD.
$247.71 30 ; 264.04 FT AVERAGE DEPTH
ORB 107/467 FR JOSEY

OT- 0'3180-41ER
376 R-0~79400 1279.35
BLK D SWEANEY MELVIN E..
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
.'(UNRECORDED) LOT 3 BEING
S87,93 100.8 FT FRONTAGE ON CO. RD.'
.30'; "76,7: FT .AVERAGE DEPTH -
1 PG 49 ORR 107./637 FR JOSEY '.
FR "
03'8O-420R
377', R-0579500 279.35
DBL 0. SWEENEY MELVIN
-. TREASURE SHORES 15ST ADDITION
(UNRECORDED) LOT 4 BEING
$1.37 100.8 FT'FRONTAGE ON .CO. RD.
E J '162.37 30289.41 ,FT AVERAGE DEPTH
I PG 49' ORB 111/643 FR JOSEY
S03180-430R .
378 R-0S79700 "2793'
BL o.- JOSEY L.B. JR. ,
BL D TREASURE SHORES 1ST- ADDITION
(UNRECORDED) .LOT 6.BEING ., i
S353.76 100.8 FT ON CO. RD. 30
313.79 FT AVERAGE DEPTH ORB .
SPG 49 110/1093 FR JOSEY
iREEMENT' '
S 03185-023R "
BLK D 379 RT0584000 $1,768.16
B SAVAGE BARRY W.
S520 T 9 R0
5.3 2 101.5 Ft GULF FRONT; 472 FT
1.,855.32 DEPTH M/L ORB 135/968-69 FR
p,9 DUFFiN

8 1 OPR MAP# 72D
U BER-,:H
diRER 03186-ODOR ,
T TAX ROLL) 380 R084900 1Sl60E.6t
D IERSHEIDE MELVIN G. ET AL
S 20 T 9 RP 10
$479.66 '69.394 FT PHCEL ORB 117/1057
FR WILSON F IN..r4:II-,L COhP.
SPG 49 LESS LOTS IN UNRE'. SUBD
MAP# 72D.

BLK E '03191-007R
381' R-0590500 51;163.99
"279.35 LAMONTE CHARLES V.


, S 22 T 9 R 10 125 FT GULF
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03200-00OR
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03201-0OOR
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GALLOWAY CHARLES .H.8: BRENDA
AC M/L INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
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-19 FR FR GALLOWAY'
FR BUZIER MAP #90D
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03389-300R
405 R-0653300 S237.97
TAYLOR JOHN L 8: PATRICIA H
S 31 T 5 R 11 2.19 AC M/L
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ORB 157/925-926 FR GUILFORD *
MAP# 13C.


03389-301R
406 R-0653400 S237.97
TAYLOR JOHN L &t PATRICIA H
S 31 T E R 11
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ORB 156&/9-60 FR GUILFORD
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03210-013R
384 R-0601000 HX S513.28
WITT'LARRY 8: SALLY L,
INDIAN PASS BEA'H GROUP NO. 1
PB I PG 48 LOT 8: 7 ORB
123/689 FR BURT
MAP# 900
BLK S
03222-000R
385 R-0604300 S133.14
WORLEY JAIES W. & LYNN E.
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PB 1 PG 48 LOT 4 ORB 124/823
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* MAP f90D
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03226-006R
386 R-0605400 S164.15
FRI THOMAS I 8: SALLY J
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. I
PB I PG 48'LOT 1it
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MAP#. 90D
BLK W

03256-OOOR
387 R-0609400 SJ1i78.77
HENDERSON RICHARD 8: DELILAH E.
CAMP PALMS (UNRECORDED) 6.03
AC 200 FT REACH FROM GULF TO
LAGOON ORB 133/815-19 FR EST..
MAP #90C
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
03274-090R
388 R-0613300 187.26
STANLEY DANIEL G.
S 12 T 4 R 11'3.08 AC M/L 155
X 829.FT ON E SIDE OF KEMP RD
ORB 135/43 FR BROWN
MAP P,8D

03274-0600R
389 R-06i3800 S83.48
KEMP LARRY ALLEN & AVE MARIE
'S 12 T 4 R 11 32 AC NE/4 OF
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BEING 4 AC *IN PARCEL #3 IN
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MAPH 381E

032E-OOORP.
*391 R-0615000 115.09
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512 T4 RiO 4 AC 133~ X 1320 FT
LOT BEING REC'D OFFICIAL
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03288-010R
392 R-061E5600 HX $ S59.89
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S 12 T 4-R 11 12 AC ORB
54/990'FR ALLAN KEMP BEING
210 X 210 FT i 266 X 1320 FT
PAR- CEL #1 IN ORB 90/921
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03295-020R
393 R-0616600 HX $421.99
AUSTIN JIM J. ET AL
5 17 T 4 R 11 300 AC REC'D
ORB 65/1006'FR HAMILTON FARMS
INC & ORB 89/577
MAP #9

033Z6-1-GEO
394 R-0,3 i00 S156.S7
M RTIN DIVID S. 8: LILLIE B.
.S 13 T E R ii SUrjSHINE ACRES
(UNRECORDED) LOT 10 .96 -':
M/L OPB 174/219 FR HOLLAND:
MAP# 4Z

03326-15SR
395 R-0631300 $ 86.S-
STEVENS EUGENE P "t BPPBWRS J
S 13 T c R 11 SuNSHINE-ACRES-
(UNRECORDED) LOT 11 .96 m,:
M/L ORB 14B/.l2 FR TAUNTOri
ET AL
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033&6-qR p.
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M/L UNREC AM FR TAUNTON
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03330-1 OR
397 R-0633700 '126.49
HARLAND LENA
S 13 T S R 11 1,347 AC M/L
210 X. 279,45 FT BEING PARCEL
NO. 1 IN UNREC SUB ORB .144/
830-32 mP FR CARR ET AL
MAP#4 2

03330-140R
398 R-0633900 $130.33
PEIFFER BRIAN R.
S i3.T E ,P 11 2.025 ItC M/L
'10 X 420 BEIHG LOT F OF AN
UNREC SUBD ORB 142/312 FR
CARR ET AL '';
MAP# 42 .

03331-001R ,
399 R-0634200 S47.87
KNOX PAMELA
S 13 T 5 R 11,
LAND BEING: 300 FT ALONG W SIDE
OF DANIELS RD, LAND LYING &
BEING IN SW/'+ OF SW/4 FR
(FOR FURTHER .LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03335-050R
400 R-0635300 HX S158.47
WOOD ROY D, JR. 8: EDITH
S 13 T 5 R 11 2.58 AC M/L
200 X 378.72 FT PARCEL
ORB 173/861 FR RAFFIELD 8:
100 X 378.22 FT PARCEL ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TAX ROLL)

03335-055R
401 R-0635400 S146.53 ,
RAFFIELD RICKY
S 13 T 5 T 11 2.&1 AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 176/59 FR
RAFFIELD
MAPP 42
03340-075R
402 *R-0641600 HX $1S9.23
HALL JAMES C & PATRICIA E
S.23 T S R 11
ORB 159/802 FR CARR ET AL
MAPtt 42


03340-180R
403 R-064-1900 $280.82
STERZOY JOHN A
CREEKVIEW ESTATES, UNREC. -
LOT 4 ORB 161/910 FR COSTIN
ET AL
MAPtt 4.2

03346-000R
404 R-0643300 $87.83
HAMMON GWENDOLYN L.
S 23 T E R 11ii 3 AC REC'D ORB













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03390-001R
+07. R-0653700 HX S20.17
SYLVESTER STEVEN J. 8: TERESA A
S 31 T 5 R 11 1.02 AC 1.65 FT
X 270 FT LOT REQcD ORB 138/263
FR CARLISLE
MAP #13C

03391-006R
408 R-0654+00 S84.30
TURNER RHONDA REbINA ,
S 31 T 5 R 11 1.02.AC 165 XH
270 FT LOT REC'D ORB 131/929.
FR TEMPLE
MAP#t 13C

03391-026R
409 R-0655800 S171.li
BROWNELL JANICE 8: MARGARET
5 31 T 5 R 11 1.75 AC 205. X
250 X 275 X 280 FT ORB 120/664
FR PLAYER ESTATE.
MAP #13C ,

03392'-02.R
*10 R-0656800 .S81.4+0
.HADDOCK EDWARD ,.
"S 31 T S R 1i 1 AC 175 X 250
FT LOT 'ORB 17+/922 FR- HADDOCK
MAP# 3C :. ,
033 :-01 .. .
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03394--*TR
411 P-OE9BC(O 5i9.633
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0339'f-OE3R .
413 P.-06E900 HX 362.30"
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350 FT LOT REC'D. ORB 80/972
MAP #13C .

0339-o003R
4 14 R-065950- $148. 3
WILLIAMS RICHARD M ..
5 31 :T 5 R 11 1,93-AC ALOT,. -
24-0 X 350 FT ORB 110/788 FR -
COTTRELL
MAP# 13C

0320-001 : ,, ,
415 5 R-0665300 178.87.
-)SCROVE THOMMAS J. .E '
S 3- T R it .1 9 .A': ('EEL
REC'D ORB 57/391
MAP #13D


*i:6 R-0668200 H X S31..95
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5 33 T R i AC .i
A PRC,:EL OF LD 1i1." 6 FT X
1t-.B8FT X 31,0. FT H 184.33
FT RE 'D ORB 139/690-'1 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TRX POLL I


S 419 R-O690.00 H $1538.63
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4-1 R-0670:00 61I4.99
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10S X 120 FT LOT ORB 143/929
FR Ci,:4RR
P .7P : ,--

03438-0 10P
--12 R-07.7100 584.40
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03439-OCOR
4.3 R-067"'100 1' 323.64
S RMS ROPINLE L.
WETMPPO RIDGE SUBD
S (L'rPECOREDEi) LOTS Z9 8 37 ORB
93/b7 LIFE ESTATE DEED TO
.RMS .
(FOR FLIPTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0. 3440-000R :
:. 44 R-0672300 S8+40


H 4iMONI GWENDOLYN
WETBPPO RIDGE SUBD
IUNPE.:OPOEC'l LOTS 46 8.
: 8/E91 GC FR WHITFIELD
M--IP -7C ,; .


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BLK 1


034E4-'10OR
41E R-06773'0N HX 411.1
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NE/4 OF NWI/,+r-LYING W OF SR'
386, ORB 147/-19 FR RAY
MAR? 4*3 -

036'+0-030R
S 26'" F-OB-bt H '" i $S118.3
MORROW J,-4-EiS P'
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ORB 178// FR WADFORD ,
MAP# 3 '3

03460-040R -
S -7 F-Cet706'00 %173.0
SPI\4 1-.LTON .-LYDE P BILLY F'
'i 3 T E P 11 CRP.EEI WOOrD (A4
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AV DEPTH ORB. 174/87 FR
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1 O, t'I FRP MI'TH
MAP It 43

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-.7.'z R 0-")5. "1,100 .',243.9
RIT.CH ELE'-.TpIIC CO. INC.
S 35 T E5R 11 CREEKWOOD (AN
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ORB 127/434-36 FR MEXICO BEACH
CORP.
MAP# '43.


03460-1:25R
430 R-0679EO0 HX ', 1'
RAY WILLIS
S 35 T5 E 11 S
CREEKWOOD FIRST ADDITION
(UNREC) 'LOT 5 8:f6 ORB 135/
118-*1i AA FR BARFIELD'
MAP# 43


96.3


03460-135R
431 R-6679600. $192.77
RAY WILLS ALVIN 8: PEGGIE W
S 35 T 5 R i ;CREEKWOOD' FIRST
ADDITION (UNREC') (.Of 7 OB'
150/568--69 'FR GnP.NGER '
MAP 3 '


034'60-i4ER
432 R-0679800 S$87.32
RAY.WILLIS A & PEGGIE W
S 35 T 5 R il CREEKWOOD FIRST
ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 9
ORB 156/344-345 FR GREVENHOF
MAP# 43

03+60-165R
433 R-0680200 $85.82
SEIFFERT WILLIAM F. & RUTH M.
S. 35 T 5'R iI CREEKWOOD FIRST
ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 13
MAP# 43

03460-185R
434 R-0680600. 5s15.55
RAY ,WILLIS ALVIN &
S 3E T 5 R ii CREEKWOOD FIRST
ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 17
ORB 177/548 FR BARKER
MAP# 43

03960-190R '
.43T R-0600700 S 7.32
PR' WILLIS B8 PEGGIE WOOF.,
S 3 T E P 11 CREEt.WOOD FIRST
.ADDITION (UNREC) LOT. 18
ORB 177/899 FR ARNOTT
MAP# 43 ,

03'4--310R
316 R-0691EO0 .19.37
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. IN.'.
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3i UNRECORDED
LOT 6. .
MAP# t3 '

03460-315R .
437. R-.068600,. $ 19.,37
RITCH ELECTRIC CO. INC.
CREEF:WOOD UNIT 3; UNRECORDED
,LOT '
MAP# t3 3

03460-3EOR ,
+38", R-0682200 $19.37
SEIFFERT ,WILLIAMF. 8: RUTH MM.
CREEK:WOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT- 1- ORB 131/26 FR SHULEP
MAP# 43,

03*60-355R .
-' 439, R-0682300, S20.87
SEIFFERT-WILLIAM,Fi.& 8 RUTH M1
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT i ORB 126/92,: FR MEXICO.
BEACH CORP.
MAP 3 43 .
S 03,60-37R '
440 R-0682600 ..87.32
JONES JOE 8: CAROL A. KENNEDY"
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT ,9 'ORB 134/897-98 FR.
MEXICO:BEACH CORP. IN:-. .
MAP# +3.

03'6O-38OR
4*1 ;.LR-0,7.0 S79.79
GRIMALDI RALPH J. B- REGINA L.
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 20 ORB 133/10i4-49 FR ',
MEX. 'BCH-.CORP. lC. .
MMPH 4-3 '

034B8-00-R
44-. R-0690500 5680B.38
-THOMAS FLO'.D LYNN &: SHERPI ANN
5 6 T 6 R 11 3 AC
ORB 161/703 FR BNSTAS '.:
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035ii-010R .. .
443 R-0698000 60.$E6
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S 6 T 6 R it 1 1 ML tOE X
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FR WHITTLE '.


0384-001OR
4'14 R-0707900 $ S78.00
SMLIS R-',VMONO P JR 8 NORMA J
BEACON HILL 5UBD PB 1 F'G 1
LOT 14 5SE/' OF LOT 1 i ORB
91/6,43 FR MONTFORD .

P ** A : '
03E93-001R
41 R-0709000 0i58.3F
: HARRELL ROBERT C. 8 MnPY' HN
BEAC':ON HILL SUBD PB I PG ..
LOT 13 8 STRIP BEFrWEN LOT 13
8: US 98 REC'El ORB 7e,/.4
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03''17- 1OOP ., p
446 R-0711i800 HX '$",56,
DAI ES MRS. WINNIE ',.
BEACON HILL SUBD PB '1 PG "
LOT 6 8 NW/I OF + ORB 90/
59 FR ST4NALAND; 8 ORB 13:./80
FR YVRDLEY 8: LESS ORB 163/98
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE ;TAX RQLL)

03670-000R
+47 R-0718900 I S6. 18
POWELL Dr'LTON W. &8 SHNRON Y
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 8 ORB 97/118 FROM YORk
MmP #16:
BLK 14

03671-00OR
.8' R-07191O0 7.
ALSBROOKS GEORGE H
BEACON HILL 5UBD PB PG 2 ,
LOT 16
MAP t#16C'


03706-000R
449 R-0723400
MORGAN.ELTON THOMAS.
BEACON HILL SUBb PB
LOT 11 ORB 71/t'OF'
MAP ,#14B


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514.92I

1 PG2 .


BLK 18


'03710-00R '
450 R-0724300 s110.97
SKRUMSIEI:: MARY ELIZABETH
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
3 LOT 20 -ORB 89/N17 FR .
DOUGHERTY
MAP 11613
BLK 19 '

63710-007R :
t.,51 R,-0724400 L,19 .R
1 .FRUMSTEI MHRY ELIZABETH
BEACON HILL SUBC PB 1 PG 2
LOT 18 ORB 109/353 FR OLIVER '
MBP #16R
BLK .1.9


03711-000R
4*2 R-0724700 Si. 11.97
S L.EVELL PIHUR .
BEACON HILL SUBD PB i PG 2
LOT 13 ORB 74/621 8 ORB 1RE/
141-14Q1 C FR' LEVELL -, .
'MPP' 16B
BUK 19


03715-001R
0 +53 R-0725000 S581.84+
FIGUEIRA DE2 E .
BEACON HILL SUBD PB i P.G 2 -
LOTS :1);.,416 18 20 ORB
1'6/336 FR BROWN 8: LEWIS-
MAP #16B


03721i-OOOR .
S 54E- R-0725600 S93.26
GRIMSLEY HOWARD A.
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOTS 6 ORB 7/4598 LESS LOTS 8
8:i10 TO PICKET
MAP # iL6C
I l -8 K 21-4


03733-014-R
455. R-0727600
ANGELINE WILLIAM ET
BEACON HILL SUBD PB
.LOTIB ORB 7e/230"
MAP #15.


S74+.03
UX -.
1 PG 2


BLIK : 5


03733-015R
4E6 R-0727700
ANGELINE WILLIAM ET
BEACON HILL SUBD PB
LOT 20 ORB 75/230
MAP #16eC


S74 .03
UX
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BLK 25


.03733-094R
*457, R-0729100
WILDER DARRP.ON B.
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG
LOT 15 8: NW/2 OF.LOT 13 .
ORB 179/139 FR WILDER
MAP# 16C:
BLK


03735-000R
458 R-0729300
ATKINSON WILLIAM
BEACON HILL SURBD
LOT 1'4 8: 15 ORB
YORK
MAP#t 16C


03798-845R
480 R-0762500 S189.23
SNIPES CYNTHIA S 8: DWIGHT
PELICAN WALK; UNREC. SUB.
LOT i4 ORB 148/492 FR GULF
AIRE PROP. INC.
MAP# i6C


0380&-002R
S34'8.46 481 R-0764700 S239.47
PARKER CHARLIE 8: FRANCES M
2 5S 32 T 6 R 11
316.26 FT ON AMERICUS AVE X
62.5* X 154.03 X 266.25 X.
158.03 ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
Z9 MAP# 16D


S146.42
M. JR. 8:
PB i PG 26
139/246 FR


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03735-050R
45E9 R-0729500 109i47
'ATKINSON JR., WTI.LTAM M'. 8 L. IS
BEACON HILL -UBI., PFP 1 PG 2
LOT 13 -
ORB 127/790 FR YORK ,
MAP# ..

037E56-020R
'+60 R-0733700 ,i 122.,3
DANFORD BETTY :-ROL .I
S 31 T 6.R ii .1? ,-'C M/L
38.01 .FT M/L GULF FRONT ORB
169/193 FR LANIER
MAP# 16C '


0378-OOOR
461 R-07364+00
ALVARADO LINDA D
5 31 T 6 R il1
125 X 170 X 138 FT LOT
ORB 175/75 FR DAVILA
MAP# 16C:


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03798-01SR
,462 R-0.79'+040. $572.97
OAKES PAULA JEAN ALDRIDGE 8
GULF AIRE PB 3 PG 13 LOT 10
ORB 144/339 FR OAKES 8 ORB 16*'
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MAP #16CC
BLK A

03798-085R
463' R-074*5iOO HX, S1)756.02
UPTON BRIHN 8. PATTI
"GULF AIPE SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED LOT 1 ORB 155/489-
4+91 FR DUREN
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03798-260R
'+64 R-0750200 HX.
REED DAVID-' -*
GULF AIRE SUBD. P'H-
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03798-196R ,* \.- ,
+65 R-0755200 .191.27
WAGNER JOHN E.
GULF AIREk PHASE III UNRECORD'EO
LOT 8 ORB. 31/701 AM FR DUREN
M PS 9 ib ?':

03798-4+9P
466 R-07EE300 5i192.77
WAGNER JOHN E
GULF AlPE FHMSE III UNRECORDED
TRACT "H" ORB 131/70t1 M FR
DURENM
MAP? "'I6C

03798-E00R '
467 ,R-075-400 $80.04
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC .
5 31 T 6 Rit
ORB 93/i77 BEING b FT GULF
ACCESS EASEMENT '.;
MOPR. 16i C

03798-SO1R
468 R-O?SEEEOO 78.54
GULF AIRE PROPERTIES INC.
5 31 T 6 P 11
6 FT GULF C4,:CESS EASEMENT ,
MHPH 16C

03798-EOR
469 R-07F6FOO00 51' I4L
COOLEY JUNE R 8. J1MES P
S31 T6 Rll ORB 96/108 BENG
BLDG II UNIT 10 GULF AIRE
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MNP# 16--


03798-68*R .
470 R--0759700 '' ',783..-
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BEING UNIT 4 CORAL REEF
TOWHSHOUSES ORB 139.'E'6 CD:
FR PRIESTILEY :
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0379B-70R .
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BROWN CHARLES E : JOEL STIEBER
GULF AIRE PHASE IV, UNREC -
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03798-715R
472 R-0760000 '. 97
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+73 ,R-0760100 $239.4'7
A 8: D'TIRE INC OF NW FLA;' i-i
GULF AIRE PHASE IV) UNREC'"
LOT 4' ORB 177/484 FR GULF.
AIRE PROP. INC.
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03798-725R .
474 R-0760o00 HMX S5
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GULF AIPE PHFSE I.V UNREC
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03798-7+5R
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03798-782R
477 R-0761300
CHILDERS BRUCE M
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SHERRY TIMOTHY J '8: STEPHt'HNE *J
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504 R-0830100 500.87
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S 04084-'000R i
501 R-0819800 HR 5245.58
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LOT 6 ORB 169/515 FR WRIGHT
MAP #17A
tES BLK 16

04-140-000R
502 R-0826400 HX S215.54
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'RIDGE PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS i 8: 3 ORB 102/80 FR
ARNOLD LESS.SW 60 FT OF LOT
3 ORB .135/146 FR WILLIAMS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


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04*73-000R
522 R-0869000 52H2.1.
WATSON TERRY C 8:MDEBRA A
FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION TO i
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 PG 50 LOT '
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17/51iS FR WOOD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEETAX ROLL)


04.4.84.-OOOR
523 R-0870100 '5186138
MATHIS SANDRA
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HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 PG 5:0 LOTS'
3, 4 8: 5 ORB 90/326 FR
JACKSON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04546-025R
524 R-0878700 HX S47.45E
GAINOUS BILLY LEE
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OF GOVT LOT 14'+
MAP #t9B

0'556-005R
525 R-0879900 HX S530.95
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S 26 T7 Ril 190.02 X 127.39
FT LOT IN NORTH 1/2 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF NE/4 OF
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(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


0'630-000R
527 R--O888700
GAINER MANSFIELD 8: CORA
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB
PG35 LOT 12 ORB 75/693
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528 R-0889500 s6'
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GAINER JERRY
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530 R-0889800 S313.41
MC KELVY POLLY. HEIRS OF
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BLKB

0+644-OOOR
531 R-0S90200 HX S104.59
SMITH VIOLA
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04650-OOOR.
532 i R0890700 s552.30
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WILLIAMS 8: FARRIS
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0+704-0OOR .
533 R-089EG00 326.19
LITTLE JAMES CURTIS 8:
CITY OF PORT,ST. JOE LOTS 27
'29 OORB 160/79 FR LEWIS'EST.
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534 R-0896400 ', .: $1,40.83
':HMPBELL WENDELL "W. 8 VIRGINIA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 28:
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E35 R-0899100 S687.57
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E-41i R-0916900 5423.29
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ORB 130/620 BC FRWHITTINGTBN
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CITY OF'PORT ST. JOE ..
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(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).

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CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N/2 OF
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5+6 R-0930800 HX 44+3.1t
BODDYE RICHARD -
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE S 100 FT
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FT-OF LOT 29 ORB 170/272 FR
PARKER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


0*950-00OR
547- R-0931100 504.77
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 JACQUES
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54.8 R-0932800 HX S302.6E
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0+987-000R
549 R-0934800 HX S351.72
LITTLE JAMES CA. 8 DEBRA JONES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 7
ORB 120/15 FR BAXLEY
MAP# 50A.
BLK 43

04993-000R
550 R-0935400 HX $561.54
PRICE DEBRA ANN
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 13
ORB 165/243 FR LEWIS
MAP #sOA
BLK 43

05003-00OR
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HUGGINS MICHAEL W
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N 88 FT
OF LOT 3 ORB 53/863' FR


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MAP# EOA


05026-OOOR
552 R-0940000
SHIRAH MARAGET D.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
MAP #50A .


05027-OOOR
553 R-09i0100
SMITH JOHN A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ORB 164/929 FR SMITH
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05074-O0OR
554 R-0946600 HX
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CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT
8: 12 A
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05091-OOOR
555, R-0948400
KERNPETER C.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
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HEALTH ENTERPRISES OF Al
MAP# OA

05185-00R
556 R-0957700
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180/664 FR RAFFIELD .
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05664-OOOR
572 R-101*600 HX $17:
OWENS STEVEN HARRELL
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
9 LOT 10 ORB 144/791-92 OC
FR OWENS
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05681-360R
574 R-1027600 S20
. ST. JOE FOREST PRODUCTS CO.
",:ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
12 LOT 12 ORB 109/440 FR ST.
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$ 513.20. 3 '.
O~E8~1-365R, -. '
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12 LOT 13 ORB 109/440 FR ST.'
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576 R-1029300 H $1,131.62.
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558 R-0966400 HX $.S58.76
WOODHAM GARY T. & SHARON E.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.'
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MOPRIS .
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HRMBY .

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O. 5349-OOOR
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. LOCtE 9RONCIEL N.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
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o5363-000R .
05663 R-0977000 HX 5543.05
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S T. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
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053'4 -00R
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U.LIER RICHHRD V
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT, NO.
1 LOT 1 2: N/' OF LOT 2 ORB
171/62 SC FR WALKER
MAP #stOA
SBLK86

05462-000R
566 R-0989900. $719.13
BRAGDON MATTIE L.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 20 ORB 113/964 FR BPAGDON
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MAP# 50D 8: 68C

'0481-OOOR :
-67 R-0991800 HX S265.75,
MhBP.OSE DAVTD LEE ET UX
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. ,
2 LOT 10 ORB 78/344.
MAP .OD 50 :


05502-OOOR
568 R-0.993900 H
DOWNUil JAMES 8 SHEII.A
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION Uh
2 LOT 18 ORB 160/92 F
SASSER.
MAP SOD


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05690-000R
577 R-1931400 5149.09.
GANT ERNEST ET AL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.'
LOTS 17 8: 19 ORB 79/19
MAP #50.B
BLK 100i

05692-OOOR
578 R-1031600 S276.27
CHILDS RUTH
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE :ORIG.
SLOT 20 ORB 96/476-478 SC FR.
DAWSONS 8 CORBETT ORB 96/893
FR MCDONALD ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05694-O00R
579 R-1031B00", S60.47
BEWEY MARGARET .
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 22 ORB 92/352 FR BEWEY .
MAP #50B .: :' : ., .
8 BLK 1001

05715-OOOR
* aEO R-1034300 $80.SS


DAUSON JE55E
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 17
MAP #5OA .


3.95


05862-OOOR
595 R-1050900 S3EE.24
CORBETT NAOMI 8: DORTHER
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i PB 1 PG
33 WESTERLY 25 FT OF LOT 14*
ORB 81/519 (LIFE ESTATE)
MAP #'+9D
BLK 1009


05862-020R
596 R-1051100 B127.76
9.49 PACE OLLIE
HILLVIEW ADDN UNIT I PB 1 PG
33 LOT 16 ORB B0/E98 TO KATIE
IRENE MOXLEY (LIFE ESTATE
RESERVED)
(FOR FURTHER 'LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
22,
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97.7 7 R-1-iG) $S318.11
U.74 I.L-LN ETHEL. (MRS.)
MILLVIEW fri'N UNIT. 1 PB 1 PG
33 LOT 17 8 E 27 FT OF'LOT. 15.
MAP #49D': .
RLt 1009.


05873-OOOR
598 R-1052400 HX S128.31
olJrNNl C'NTHTi : -
MILLVIEW D[EN UNIT i PB. 1 PG
33 LOT 7 ORB 146/215 FR LESLIE
MAP # D490 i.
BLK 1010

0-887-OOOR .,
599 R-1054000 S76.27
JULIUS EDDIE 8:' DIANA '
MILLVIEW ADON UNIT 2 PB'i PGS
46 8: 7 LOT 28 ORB 155/463
FR PACE
MAP# '49D
BLK. 1010'

05899-OOOR
,600 R--1055000 5287.71
LESLIE RAWLIS 0D SHARION Y
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i PB 1 PG.
33 LOTS 8)10 12) 14)
ORB 158/255-256 FR CITY OF,PSJ
LESS ORB 169/105 TO HILL'8:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05900-OOOR'
601 R-10SEOO S255.05
LARRY, R. C. 8: HNI4E MAE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1 PG
33 LOT I ORB 75/4141
MAP #490D
S ":,# -'"BLK 1012 ,

05907-000R
602 R-106100 S529.74
PITTMAN.AMOS
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i PB i PG
33 5 67 FT LOT 8 8: 10
'UNREC. CO: FR HURLBURT
MAP# 9D
PLK 101;Z


05907-OOR
.603 R-10o56200
PITTMAN AMOS
MILLVIEW EDON UNIT
8 LESS S 67 FT ORB,
HURLBURT
MMP 49D ,


.BLK' 1002


05716-OOOR
581 P-1034400
DAVIS ROSA L.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 18 ORB 120/523 FR LANG
/JACKSON (LIFE ESTATE RES
MAP" 50o
BLK 10o

05776-00RR
E82 R-1040900 1
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 14' 16, 18 W/i LOT 2
ORB 81/711 8 LESS E/2
LOT 20 ORB 143/531 TO MIL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TRH

05789-OOOR
E83 R-1043100
STEPP CHARLES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE 'RIB.
LOT E
MAP 50A
BLK

05791-00RR
584 R-1043300
MORNING BEN
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT B
MHP 50OA
BLK.


05796-000R
sBs R-1043800
BEWEY MARGARET
CITY OF PORT ST.
S/2 OF LOT 12
MAP 50OA


JOE ORIG.


EBLF


OEBOO00-00OR
586 R-1044200 HX '408.20
JONES COLORADO HILL ET VIR
... CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 16
MAP EOA '
BLP i 006

05804-00OR
587 R-1044600 46'.5S
JONES LESA A. & RAY 0. LIF ELY'
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.'
LOT 20 ORB 124/552 FR JONES
* EST.
: MAP# 5OA
S. 'BLK 006

05815-001R
588 R-1045700 $326.41
PITTMAN DONELL
' MILLVIEUW ADDN. UNIT I
PB 1 PG 33 N 31' OF.LOT .
ORB 128/961 FR PETERS
SMARP 9c'C

05819-OOOR
B59 R-1046200 S400.93
LEWIS ALPHONSO .
MILLVIEW. DDN UNIT 1 PBi PG
33 LOT 4 .ORB 151/609-611 FR
EST. OF.JOHN & MARIE LEWIS
APRtS 49C
BLK '1007

O5820-001R
590 R-1046400 HX $1E-'.63
BRYiANT ROBERT S B.


BLK 91 MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT I PB 1 PG
33 LOT 10 E 19 FT'OF LOT'S
ORB 161/351 FR JIM WALTER
S236 18 HOMES TNC. ., .
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NIT NO.
FR OE21-001R .
.. 91 R-1046600 $: 5309.06
UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
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33 LOT 13


.- R--1010900 2o3,0.6.72
GULF PIES HOSPITAL, INC.
ST. JOSFPH MD4E'TION LJNTT NO.
9 LOT 1 ...173 AC M/L BEING
GULF PINES HOSPITAL ORB .
1' "-8.'198-99 FR PROVTDENT. ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGiL ;EF Tu' ROLL)


05639-004R
Fi0O R-011i40 HFIX 51,Z01.69
RIl.iEHIRT DOROTH', F
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UIIII NO.
* 9 LOT E 8 N/2 OF LOT 6 ORB
1'.; '569 FR PIHEH4RT
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OE827-00R
592 R-1047400
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MILLVIEW -'DEN UNIT 1 PB
33 LOT 18 LESS W "31 FT
ORB 172/339 FR SMTTIT
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$135 9

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S. BLK 1007

OF834-OOOR
593 R-1048100 .', 74.63
SPAN NMTTIE
MILLVIEW 14cDD,1.1 UMiT 1 PB 1 PG
33 LOT 8 ..
MI-IP #49'
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05650-OOOR '. 05 853-000
t71 R-1012g00 HX S1047.'3 .914 R-IO0OOC0 .. s46.26.
GAINNIE GEORGE 8: RUBY L BYRD PORTI LEE
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. IILLVTEU .DrEN LINIT 2 PB 1 PG
9 LOT 2 ORB 1i45/292-93 FR 33 LOTS 30 8 3Z.
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05913-OOOR
604 R-t1O6900 HX $198.12
DAWSON DMRION A. 8. GWENDOLYN
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT i PB 1 PG
33 LOT 16 ORB 11F/105 FR
PETERS
MmP #49D
BLF 1012

0913-000R
605 R-1057900 HK 5569.8B
NICKSON DONALD M. 8 JCFLIUELIJNE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT NO Z PB I
PGS 46 3- 47 LOTS 16 8: IS ORB
96/E34 FR PETERS
MAP # 49D
BLI. 2014


05931-00OR
606 R-10EBO HA 5,363.33
SBO.- BOONE CECIL R. 8 CONNIE PHILON
MrLLVIEW ODDN UNIT 110 1. PB 1
PG5 46 8. 47 LOTS 1 F- 10
ORB 135/460-61 FR EST. OF
MRMANDA BOONE
1006 (FOR FURTHER LEGL SEE T4X ROLL)

SOE992-000
80.95 607 R-1060900 $82.0E5
JULIUS DIANE P. ET AL
: MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
PB 1 PGS 46 47 LOT 1t
ORB 12F/4 FR ROSM LEE PACE
1006 BYRD EST.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TMX ROLL

$46.17 05959-000P
608 R-1061600 SI .21
JULIUS C'I.1NE P.
MILLVTEW IPDI0TION UNIT NO. -
PB PG5 46 8 47 LOT 1i CRB
1006 108/96-7 FR BYPD HEIPS
MHNP# FO .


OE961 -003R
609 R-1062600
SrMS DAIM EST. C.'O MR'Y
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
PB 1 PG 6 9 47 W/-. O
MP #50DM


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142.,. 66
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oo007-000R
610 R-1066200 HX 374.34
L LIELY RAY 0. 9 MIrHNIE "
MILLVTEW MD'ITION UNIT' 0 NO, 2
LOT 14 F MW/. OF LOT 16 PB 1
PGS 46' 8: 47
MAP# OA '
BLK': 1018

06014-OOOR -
611 R-1066900 H." 5177.-1
MC GEE DELORES M
., MILLVIEW- ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 24 PB i POS 46 8: 47
ORB .154/37 FR BRYANT
MP# 50A .
BLK 1018


06027-001R
61,.. R-1068100 HX 43.3B
T.'YLOR ,IHRISTINE P
MILLVIEW DE& ITION UNIT NO. 3
PB 2 PG oF3 LOT 2 ORB 149/3,8
FR TAYLOR. ,
MAP# OA. ..
BLK 1020


06027-006R. ..
613' R-1,,06B500 HX i7v..52
JENKINS DONALD L. 8: SHELLY M.
MILLVIEU ADDITION UNIT NO..3
LOT 7 PB 2 PG 53 ORB :124/1100-
1101 FP ST. JOE FOREST PROD. -
M-iP pFOP
BLK 1020


06027-009R
614 R-1':6b80C0 5' 91T,'8"
JULIUS EDDIE JR
MILLVIEW p 'DITIGH UNIT NO. 3
LOT 10 PB 2 PGE3 3
P0B 163/ 203 FR ,JULIUS III
ri-iR4P EOA 'A
BLK ':1(..0



,1 E PF- Io3'I HIX S209.13
B ILL ,' .Ent .L
MILI.'VIEli i C-,i 7iTOI UNIT. NO 3
LOT 15 PB 2 PG 53 ORB 127/570
.71 FR ST. JOE FOREST PROD. CO
rPl.AN 50A
BLK 1020


06027-01i6R
616 R-1069500 HK S178.53
HUNTER VERONICA
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO,. 3
LOT 17 PB 2 PG 53 ORB 130/977
FR ST. JOE FOREST PROD. CO.
I'P #. 50A
BLK 1020


06028-000R
617 R-1069900 HX
THOMAS VALERIE ANN 8:
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO
PB 2 PG 53i LOT I ORB 17
GC FR JONES
MAP# 5OA
BLK.

06028--006R
618 R-- 1070400
GARLAND HOWARD JR 8: ROSA
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO
LOT 7 ORB 167/793 FR .GAR
PB 2 PG 5E3
MAP# 5OA



619 R -l 'E'o0. HX.,
THOMAS M RP', E L B i
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO
LOT I 8: N/2 OF LOT ,I4 OF
'9- 7"FR ST JOE LD 8:'DEV
PB .- PG 3 8: ORB 12.' 17/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE Ti

06051-007R
6 20 R-107-5600.HX
BAILEY CARL E. 8 BHRBO,P
MILLVIEW 'lC.C'TI 01UNIT NO
LOT 7 PB 21.PG 53 ORB 137/
4 FF1 STT. JOE FOREST PROC
PO FUTHT
r 'B


06051-OOBSR
621 R-i07 7700.
LEWIS M'I:HREL B. 8: MONICA
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO
PB 2 PG 53 LOT 8 8:'10
ORB 139/297-98 FR ST. JOE
FOREST PRODUCTS COMPANY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA

06051-012R
622 R-1076100 HX
WATKINS HARLEY L 8: MARY .'
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NC
PB 2 PG 53 LOTS 12i
ORB 145/767 ,FRT UICK
-MAP# EOA
BLK


S6.3 R -1086300 HX
CHISM LILLY L.
O.K GRO'.'E EUBD PB'.1 PG 12:
LOTS 5 7, 9 11 .8:. 13 '
ORB '-43/3 5 TO W4LDEN 8-
ILFr.VELL (LIFE ESTATE RESE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE rA

ObiE6-OOOR
S6.L 4 R-10S69E)0
C4REFOOT O VID J. 8: DEBRAi
OA.. GPRO'E SUBD PB i PG t1
S'LY 93.5 FT OF LOT 16 OF
lR22/SiE. FR HEATH
MAP MEIA


0660-OOOR .
6:T R-10R6900
BPBB FLOYD w. 8 VERwM H4E
Uw.L GROV'.E SUBD PB 1 PC,. t
30 FT OF LOTS 16 & 18
UrIREC:. AA FR FUSELTER
MfPt SlA
B L_

06236-00OR
626 R-109S700 %1
PEOPLE'S FIRST FINO NCI-L
S 2F T 2 R It 336.114 ,M:
ORB 176/286 FR MILLER, TI
MOP#F' -A

06.36-106R
6-7 P-10963'00
GULF W4VIATION INC.
S ZT T B R 11 .819 A': M/
BEING 218 FT ON CESSNA DR
ORB H1 ,'993-997 FR COSTING
WVIwTION INC. & ORB 163/1
(FOR FURTHER LEGML SEE Tw

b0.4Z6-UOOR
6:8 R-11O-L00t
BUPf.ERT KENNETH 6 P.TRI:]l
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LOT HOWEI ORB ILF/..93-.9
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MHP# FUi

06149-001R
6:9 R-11O'ZBO0 1
PEOPLE'S FIRST FINANCIAL
S36 T8 RII I3.61 AC M/L
PORTION OF SEC 36 LESS S'
309:.22 FT IN ORB 100/678
TAPPER LESS SOLD 8. LESS I
1FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA

064.49-013R
630 R-t1104700
Wi4LKER RANDALL
ST. JOSEPH Bi4" ESTiTES UN
ONE PB 3 PS 1 8. LOT 13
ORB 171 .'896 FR N-TIONS
MP 3-1.,


06268-121R ,
.169.52 640 R-1127500 $575.99
BARBER.JAY 0.
3 S iB T 9 R 11
71/61 102 X 4.22 FT PARCELi
BEING LOTS 2-34i+5 ORB 129/
425 FR MAY LESS LOT ,1 ORB 129/
1021 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
06268-418R
S91.1i8 641 R-1131000 S1,385.49
LEE MILLS RICHARD E. 8: DOROTHY M.
., 3 S 20 T 9 R 11 LOT 4:
AND ORB 130t526-28 FR SAN BLAS
VILLAS
MAP# 19D
1021
06268-552R '
642 R-t132500 $722.40
S242.87 ANSLEY PATRICIA S
S 6 T 9 R 11
3. 3 100-FT BAYFRONT; 355.735 FT
RB ORB 167/25E FR COOLEY 8: ORB
VCO 98.99 FT ON C-30i 458.74 FT
0 C0. (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
H:' ROLL .

41 P-113'700 S465.43
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R 5S 6 T 9 R 11 1.9620 'AC M/LI
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MAP# 6A
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644- R-1132800 4 S465.43
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F. 'S 6 T 9 R 11 .9620 AC M/L
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DEPTH BEING TRACT 6
ORB 1i5/574-575 FR COOLEY
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06269-003R.
645 R-1136000 $1,808.08
S264.60 CQUCH DECK F. "
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS' 20,
1. 3 21 &. 22 LOT 3,2.79 AC ORB.
82/738 122 F.T GULF FRONT ORB
96/171 8:. ORB 113/641 FR .COUCH
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S06.69-300R
646 R-1142400 t314.79
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ON SR:30. ORB 12E./60 FR CAPE
SHD'IES INC.
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XM ROLL .
06269-314R .
647 R-tl'13E00 S17.35
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SA.' CPPE SANDS LANDING DUNT 2.1-1
A PORTION OF LOT 2 S"AN BI.iS
B : ESTATES SUBD. ORB 131/7.11-22.
FR GRENT WESTERN BNIN: 8: ORB .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL 3EE TAW ROLL)
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06269-321IR
648 R-1144200 S29.72
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06274-028R
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06274-130R
652 R-11.3400 S164.1 i
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633 R-11163CO, %:'$409.27
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06267-0io0R
634 "R-1116400 S410.77
ROGERS EDGAR A. JR 8: JANENA C
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MAP# 19B

06267-011R
635. R-1116500 : 5409.27
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653 R-11iF3FO
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06274-1E5R
694 R-1IE3901
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06274-25OR
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06276-004R
657- R-1157300
VELLEY JAMES MN
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106/984-5n FR HI
L4, -W- 4BZ 8
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06276-OOSR
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06276-019R
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06276-026R
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SHERWOOD FUNITURE IND. INC.
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S06295-00R
0 1390.10 679 R-1184200 -$604.71
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RB .65/4i81 C FR SUBMERGED PARCEL TO BULKHEAD
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06320-002R
0 S390.10 680 R-1188300 S1i165.49
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LOT 2 ORB 83/799 FROM
COSTABELLA
BLK C C MAP# 54D
S06320-02ER
0 $2267.79 681 R-11S9300 $1)433.08
[. MARTS THAYER .M.
GULFSIDE 8: 5.24 T9 Rii 37.5 FT GULF
4 I.-LFAC ORB FRONTAGE 405 FT AVE. DEPTH
2ERING PB 3 PGS BEING TRACT 3 OF 3 OF LOT 10
4C ORB 95/768 FR CAPITAL COASTAL
* (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06320-12ER
0 $729.48 682 R-1190600 HX' $31980.69
N J. OLSON STEPHEN G & SANDRA
GULFSIDE' 8: S 24 T 9 R 11 100 FT GULF
5 1i24 AC- FRONT; 432.15 FT AV DEPTH
6 FR FLA TITLE 8& BEING PARCEL A OF SURVEY
G5 -4,24', L4B 8 REC'D ORB i51/599-600 FR
EGAL SEE rnx RULL) (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE'TAX ROLL)

06321-680R
03 S1416.34 683 R-1196300 $279.35
E. DOBBINS BRADLEY J. 8: CHARLOTTE
GULFSIDE 8& GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT
G 24,. 2i+fA, 24B 37 ORB 123/801-802 CD FR JOSEY
1 89 AC ORB ET AL
I'i,,/1?-25 FR MAP# 540
4PTNF.,-", INC.
BLK A
0 S675.57 06322-OOOR
TUL FSIQE St684 R-1198300 HX $2,681.22
GULFSIE '& CULLEN JOHN F. 8: GINGER K.
G5 2- 2 4A 248 S 24 T 9 R 11 100,02 FT GULF
1.92 AC .ORB FRONT; 542 FT DEPTH M/L ORB
/5E1 TA ROLL) 132/2,84-85 FR PRESTWOOD
EGAL SEE TAX ROLL) MAAP# 540


0
T A
GULFSIDE 8:
GS '24' 2- A,
TRACT :26
YATES 8: 0
LEGAL SEE TO


06345-075R
i7i0.:22 685 R-1202500 52,551.50
MALOY MIKE
5' 36 T 8 R 12 8.75 AC M/L
* 24B 419,46 FT BAY FRONT, 1837.8
2 FT AVG DEPTH ORB 127/711-
ORB 12 FR GILMORE 8: LESS .25 AC
AX.ROLL) (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06277-015R
662 R-1164000 $158.12
MELVIN WAYNE 8: RUTH
S 12 T 9 R 11
.LOT 3 ORB 161/58 FR TREASURE
SHORES LTD
MAP 53
BLK VII
06277-OFOR
663 R-1164700 S158.12
JONES TODD 8: EDWARD
S 12 T 9 R 11
LOT 10 ORB 163/727 FR TREASURE
SHORES LTD
MAP# 53
BLK VII

06288-033R
664 R-1167400' S3,054.69
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 8: ORB 166/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06288-040R
665 R-1167800 52.118.94
HILL EUGENE A 8: EUGENIA
S 22 T 9 R I1 132 FT GULF
FRONT; 132 FT BAY FRONT; 2100
FT DEPTH M/Li EXCEPTING 100
FT IN SR 30E R/W ORB 173/919
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

062B8-EEOR
666 R-1R69600 $311.79
WHEELER FREDRICK J ET AL
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 10 ORB 173/464 FR NEAL
MAP# 35D

06288-580R
667 R-1170200 5223.18
WHEELER FREDRICK J ET AL
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
-LOT 16 ORB 173/'6' FR NEAL
MAP# 35D

06288-610R
668 R-1170800 S187.73
WHEELER FREDRICK J ET AL
SAN BLAST PLANTATION
LOT 22 ORB 173/474 FR NEAL
MAP# 350

06288-620R
669 R-111i000 S189.23,
GORDON GAIL LEE
SAN BLASTS PLANTATION
LOT 24 ORB 180/491 FR
TRUSTMARK
MAP# 35D .

06288-630R
670 R-i171200 5187.73
WHEELER FREDRICK J ET AL
SAN BLAS PLANTATION
LOT 26 ORB 173/464 FR NEAL
MAP# 35D

06288-63R
671 R-1171300 s189.23
GORDON GAIL LEE:
SAN BLAS'PLANTATION
LOT 27 ORB 1860/91 FR
TRUSTMARK
MAP# 350D

06288-645R
672 5R-17t-00 "O"i187.73
WHEELER FREDRICK J ET AL
SAN BLOS PLANTATION
LOT 29 ORB 173/464 FR NEoL
MAP# 35D .

06'.8B-660R
673 R-1171800 B$ti1.1F
WHEELER FREDRICK J ET PL
SMN BLMS PLANTATION
LOT 32 ORB 173/464 FP. NEL
MpPI 30 : .:.


.674 R-1171900 $161.15
WHEELER FREDRICK J ET ML
EAN BLAS PLANTATION :
LOT 33 ORB 173/1+64.FRT NEAL
MAP# 350,

06288-670R
675 R-1172000 16l1. I?
WHEELER FREDRICK J ET AL
wi. N BLPS PLANTATION :
LOT:34 ORB 173/'464 FR NEL
.MAP# 35D' '

06289-040R
676 R-1173100 i,?3i.30
BRITTLE PARK T. 8- PHYLLIS W.
S Z2 T 9 R 11 400 FT B14Y
FRONT; BEING W 300 FT OF E
790.27 FT OF GOVT LOT 3 LYING
SN OF CO RD 30-E ORB 10/SB16 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


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063'5-076R
686 R-iO02600
SUMMERS JACK & MIKE MALOY
S 36 T 8 RI .2AC M/L
100.04 X i10 FT PARCEL ON
30E ORB 129/267-9 FR HAN
ET AL & ORB 159/201 1/2 I
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA
06345-085R
687 R-1202900
MALOY MIKE ET AL
S 36 T 8 R i2 .85 AC M/
7S FT BAY FRONTAGE; 509.8
ORB'i2/819-21 AA FR MALO
MAP# SD
0634S-086R
688 R-1203000
PEACOCK EMORY & NANCY M
S 36 T 8 R 11 f AC M/L
104.40 X 208.34 FT BEING
,ORB ,10/94E AA FR MALOY E
AL
MAP# s D


06345-3SiR
:689 R-120500
HEALY JAMES M & SARA B
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO.
140/909 qC FR TURNER 8:
/306 C8C FR TURNER
MAP# EA


i
OR


06345-334R
690 R-i208800 52119.49
'HAAS MARSHALL H. ET AL.
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 34
ORB 119/849 FR BARRIER DUNES
CORP.
SMAP# 5A "
04345-337R
691 R-t209100 5S71.51
HIBISCUS-BY-THE. SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
37 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# sA
06345-338R
692 R-120.9200 171.5i
.HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA .,
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.7
38 -BEING PARCEL "6"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# sA

064345-339R
693 R-1109300 S171.S1
'HIBISCUS-BY',-THE-5SE
S BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
39 BEING PHPCEL ."
ORB 14B/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# SA
S06345-340R
694 R-1209400 S171.51
HTBTISCUS-BY-THE-5EA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNTI NO.,
40 BEING PARCEL "G":
ORB ,18/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# SA :
06345-347R
O9s R-i210100 171.51
HIB ISCUS-BY-THE-5EA
I. BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
47 BEINd PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# En
0634E-348R
696 R-1210200 St71.El
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEm
SBHRRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
48 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BHRRTER LINES
M.1P# SA

06345-349R ,
697 R-i210300 1l71.51
HIBISUS-BY-THE-SEA
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
49 BEING PARCEL "H`
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES.
MAP FA .

6Q8 R-1S104V00 1171.51
HIBISUS-BY-THE-SEA
BHURRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.:
S EO BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 14B/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAPO FA
S0&345-368R
699 R-1212.00 o 10.13
HOBBY H CLYDE TRUSTEE
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT iE ORB i5'-/862-864
FR BARRIER DUNES DEU. CORP.
MoPh 5n
PAR-EL "."

06345-370R
700 R-1SI1400o L10..13
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BhPRIER
DUNES LOT 17 ORB 148/680-692
S FR FLOWERS '
MAP "SA
; PARCEL "A". ,

0634E-371R
701 R-121.2SO0 O 2' .3
HIBISCUS-BY-THE SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
:DUNES LOT 18 ORB 148/680-692
S FR FLOWERS
S MAP# SA .
PARCEL "A"
-:': 0 34E-37.R
70 R-1Z1100 $102.13
HIBISCUS-BY-THE- E4 IN,:
C:LSSIC': COTTmGES OF BARRIER
'" DUHES LOT 19 ORB 148/6,O-?".
FR FLOWERS
: 1APt Ep
PARCEL "A"
06345-373R
703 R-i212700 5102.13
S HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC 'COTTAGES OF BARRIER
SDUNES "LOT -.0 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP# ESA
PARCEL "A!"
0&345-378R
:' 704 R-123200 .46.8
o LLIED HOLDINGS PwRTNEPSHIP
CLHS-s I.: COTTAGES. OF, BARRIER.
DUNES LOT 4 QRB 145/192-197
FR. BARRIER DUNES PEV CORP.
MAP# SA
PARCEL "B"


0634S-383R
705 R-1213700 S4E6.E8
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
'CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES 'LOT 4 ORB 148/680-69?
FR FLOWERS
MAP# sA .
PARCEL "C"
06345-384R' '
706' P-I,.1 38o., S. 4'S. 6 .58
HIBISCUS'-Bi'-THE-;EH INC
*:.SSIC: C:OTTmGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT *E ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS-
MAP# E.A
PARCEL-"C"
0"3E.--38ER
707 .R-121'900 4S^E6.S
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
.. DUNES LOT 1 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP)) EA
PARCEL "D"

063+E-386R -
S708 R-t114000 5456.58
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC "
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF.BARRIER
DUNES LOT 2 ORB 148/680-692'
FR FLOWERS
MAP)# SA
S .PARCEL "D"


$949.96

M SR
NNON
INT FR
4X ROLL)


06345-388R
709 R-12i4200
SAR- HOLDINGS INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIO
DUNES LOT 4 ORB 162/396
MATTINGLY
MAP# SA
PARCEL "D0"


5 43.68 0634S-389R
710 R-l:214300
L SAR HOLDINGS INC
ss CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIO
)Y DUNES LOT E ORB 162/396
.MATTINGLY
MAP# SA
PARCEL "D"
s216.85
06345-392R
711 R-i2i4600
LOT 8. HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA:INC
ET CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRI
DUNES LOT 8 ORB 1+8/680
FR FLOWERS
MAP# SA
PARCEL "D"
Z)134.54
06345-394R
ORB 712 R-i2i4800
iB 170 RUDNICK JAMES N
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIE
DUNES LOT 10 ORB 145/63:
FR BARRIER DUNES DEV. CORI


MAP#r A
PARCEL "D

06345-395R
713 R-1214900
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIO
DUNES ',LOT 11 ORB 148/680-
FR FLOWERS
MAP# SA
PARCEL "D"
06345-399R
714 R-125300
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA IN'C
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIE
DUNES' LOT 4 ORB 148/680-
FR FLOWERS
MAP# SA
PARCEL "E"
S06345-400R
715' R-i1Soo00 S,
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIE
DUNES LOT 5 148/680-692 F
FLOWERS
MAP# SA
PARCEL "E"


0634S--401R
7:16 R-1215500 $6190.73
S'56.S HIB ISCUS-B',-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
IER DUNES LOT 6 ORB i1+8/680-692
FR FR FLOWERS
MAP# SA
PARCEL "E"
06345-402R
717 R-121E600 S190.73
5456.58 HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
TER DUNES LOT 7 ORB 1 8/680-692-,
FR FR, FLOWERS
MAP# SA .
PARCEL "E"
0634'-4i7R
718 R-12171.00 5100.63
456,.58 HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC '
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
ER DUNES LOT 1 ORB 148/680O
--692 MAP# SA
PARCEL "UJ"

063 45-418R
7i9 R-1217200 S100.63'
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
S456.58 CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES .LOT ORB 148/680
ER MAP#A 5A
2-633. PARCEL "J"
P.
063'4-419R
720 R-l217300. Si00.63
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
S456,58 DUNES LOT 3 ORB, l'8/680
MAP# EA
ER M PARCEL "J"
-692 0~345-4E2R
721 R-1217400 ; 100.63'
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-5EA INC
"CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT ORB 148/680
S190.73 MAP# EA
ER" PARCEL "J"
-692 06345-421R
7:22 R-iL2175OO 5S100.63
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA I NC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
BDUNES 'LOT S ORB 148/680
MAP#,A IA
6190.73 PARCEL "J"
:R 06345-434R
*R 7:3" R-tI:iBBO Szil20.99
MIRGoIN :R.IG H & PAMEIA AW
Bo4RPTIEP OULN-ES UNIT NO. 3H"
ORB :142/786 FR BARRIER DUNES
CORP.
MAP# A s


0634+E-'+73R 06346-00O5R
724 R-1220700 S:2.133.04 730 R-i227800 HIX L432.12
PAPP JANOS SUMMERS WALTER J 8: CHERYL W
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 173 5 36 T 8 R 12
ORB 131/111 FR FONVIELLE. LOT i SANDBAR BAY SUB, UNREC
MAP# SA ORB 166/77 CWD FR MALOY
MAP# ED-


063'95-635R
725 R-:1223700 5.686.79
GRANT JAMES W. 8: GRADY W.
SEACLIFF UNIT E BLDG A
ORB 116/370 FR ALLIANCE GRO
UP MAP# EAA
BLDG A
06345-71ER
726 R-1225600 52. 322.66
CHASTAIN VICTORIA F
S2E T 8 R 12 .978 AC M/L
UNIT R-2i 108.58 FT GULF FRONT
ORB 171/469 FR FLA TITLE 8:
MORTG.
.M A P E A .


06345-780R
727 R-1226300
HICKMAN CAROL C
S 25 T 8 R 12 .70 AC V
UNIT R-9; 91 FT GULF FF
ORB 171'478 FR FLA TITI,
P-RTNEPS INC.,
MAPt ESA


.06346-035R
731 R-1i284-00 5186.74
EHRMAN JOHN 8: GALE
S 36 T 8 R i2
LOT 7 SANDBAR BAY SUB, UNREC
ORB 153/854 BC FR HANNON 8:
STUBBS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06346--OSER
732 R-1228800 5185,24
PEACOCK BILLY YON
S 36 T 8 R 12
LOT 11 SANDBAR BAY SUBi UNREC
ORB 1l1/107 FR MALO) ET AL
MAP# SED


51.9+8.79 .063+9-016P
733 R--i230O00 564.94
M/L" MITH CHARLES L. 8: GARY L,
FRONT PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB 3
LE : PG 11 LOT..i6 ORB .86/897
MAP ESD


063 S-880R
728 R-l227100 ."522.,68+
HIBISCUS-BY-,THE SEA INC
S 25 T 8 R 12
F-i3 SECLUDED DUNES
ORB l]48/680 FR FLOWERS
MAPt# SA .


7.-9 R--1t;2700
HICKMAN BART
S 25 T 8 R 1i .83 AC M
10S.iS FT GULF FRON ; 4
FT AV DEPTH ORB 171/87
PARKER
MAP# SA


BLK A

06349-090R
734 R-,12334-00 $252.76
YARBROUGH DEENEE
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB 3
PG 11' LOT 1 ORB 122/248--2 FR
ATiKINSON ET AL
MAP# SED
BLK D'."


;. o063'+9-091R
52,96'4.30 735 R- 233500 5252.
YARBROUGH DEENEE .
I/L ENINSULA ESTATES SUBD.PB 3.
'00.78 PG 11 LOT 2 ORB 22/248-E:S2 FR
73' FR'. ATKINSON ET AL
MAP# ED


06349-092R
736 R-i233600 5252.76
YARBROUGH DEENEE
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB 3
PG 11 LOT 3 ORB 122/248-52 FR.
ATKINSON ET AL
MAP# ED
BLK. D

06349-255R
737 R-i:236000 $580.53
MC KNIGHT PAUL J. III
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBE. PB 3
PG 11 LOT E OF TRACT E
ORB 134/709 FR COMBS
MAP# ED

06349-256R
738 R-1236i00 S177.72
CHESTER E. WINSTON 8: GAIL G.
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD. PB 3
PG 1i LOT 6 OF TRACT 5
ORB 134/905 FR COMBS.
MAP# SD
06351-001R
739 R-i237000 s1,252.E8
PEACOCK BOBBY ET AL
CAPE BREEZES PB 3 PG 23 LOT 2
ORB 8E/672
MAP #6A
BLK A




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