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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: November 7, 1996
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

FIFTY-NINTH YEAR, NUMBER 10


STAR


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33T Per Copy Tax

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, NOV. 7,1996 PIus 20 Tax... 35


Gulf Votes Favorably: Democratic Candidates


Gives Comfortable Nod Of Approval To

Half Cent Sales Tax Levy For School
Gulf County cast a total Democratic ballot Tuesday. giving a
Democratic president Its first approval since Jimmy Carter was a
candidate. Then, only by the slim margin of 56 votes did county
electors give Bill Clinton and his running mate, Al Gore, another
trip to the White House. The Republican ticket of Bob Dole/Jack
Kemp was right on Clinton's heels with 2,424 votes. Ross Perot
put up a hefty 1,054 and Harry Browne gleaned 28.


Gulf followed the lead of the
rest of the District Two congres-
sional district, save Bay County.
and elected Allen Boyd to succeed
the retiring Pete Peterson. Boyd
won Gulf County by 3,833 to
2.025 for his Republican oppo-
nent. Bill Sutton in a campaign
which turned into a testy contest
during the past.few weeks. In one
IV ad. featuring Boyd's mother,
she wished she could wash Sut-
ton's mouth out with soap be-
cause of some of the things he
was saying.
Jamey Westbrook, the good
old farm boy from Bascom, pre-
vailed through a crowded primary
field and into the general election
to finally best Republican Mark
Anderson in Gulf, by a 3-1 total.
Westbrook polled a total of 4,162
ballots to only 1.694 for his oppo-
nent. Westb rk said in his ads
that he would "work twice as
hard in Tallahassee."
GULF COUNTY RACES
In perhaps the hardest fought
race for Sheriff in many years
here in Gulf County, the Govern-
or's appointee, Frank McKeithen,
survived formidable attacks from
both Democratic and Republican
opponents to win a full four-year
term as the County's chief law en-
forcement official.
McKeithen also won his elec-
tior by nearly a 3-1 majority by
-... dfeat!hg R~ publican x a oob,-lA -
liams..4,236 to 1,822, despite a
barrage of slick ads put out by
Williams urging voters 'To Jump
the fence" and elect a Republican.
A new Superintendent of
Schools will be seated for the first
time in 20 years. Present Super-
intendent WalterWilder is step
ping down after 20 years on the
job. Gulf County voters selected
Wewahitchka Elementary Princi-
pal Jerry Kelley to be his replace-
ment for the next four years, by
giving him a total of 3,838 votes
over his Republican opponent
Terry Linton's sizeable total of
2,170. It was a first run for both
candidates.
County Commission District
I changed representatives, also
selecting a first time candidate.
Johnny Stanley, of Dalkeith, won
over challenger Roger Jones, 684
to 468. Stanley was the Demo-
cratic nominee and Jones carried
S the Republican banner.
Tommy Knox, still another
neophyte to Gulf County politics,
prevailed to win the District Three
County Commission post. The
Working man, family man and!
your man" slogan paid off. Knox
:defeated his two Independent ri-:
vals. Knox tallied 832 votes, Rob-
S ert L. Redmon. his nearest oppo-
nent, polled 466 and Steve Wood
counted 174 in his favor.
W. H. IBilil Howell won an-
other term as Harbormaster over
Republican challenger Bill Koran,
by a comfortable margin of 4.190
to 1,574.
JUSTICES DENIED
Gulf County bucked the state
tide of opinion by voting against


Sales

Tax

Passes by A

Big Margin
The question placed on
the general ballot giving
Gulf County the option on
whether or not to levy an
extra half-cent sales tax on
their tax bill, passed by a
56.09% margin. The county
gave 3.138 votes approving
the 20-year tax measure
and only 2,456 against the
measure.
A concentrated cam-
paign was mounted during
the past two months by a
citizens' committee to ap-
prove the levy as a source
of retiring bonds to be Is-
sued for the purpose of fi-
nancing a complete re-
building of the Port St. Joe
Elementary School.
The building, originally
built, as a high school, is in
need of intensive renova-
tion or replacing with a new
building. The School Board
o pte-ld ;fr\.tr- rebylang
route for'economic reasons
and hit upon the idea of fi-
nancing it with the half-
cent sales tax measure.
When the project is paid
for, the sales tax will be
eliminated, whether or not
the full 20-year levy has ex-
pired.


retaining all three Supreme Court
justices. Justice Onstead was giv-
en a 2,673 "No" note to 2,476
'Yes". Justice Shaw received a
2,730 "No" vote to 2,359 "Yes".
Justice Wells was also turned
down with 2.577 "No" and 2,473
'Yes".
The Appeals Court Judges
met the same kind of fate. Judge
Benton was opposed 2,564 to
2,509. Judge Davis was rejected
by a 2.543 to 2,491 count. Judge
Miner was turned down by 2.603
to 2,388 and Judge Northwick re-
ceived the same rejection. 2.633
to 2,381.
Gulf County gave the six Con-
stitutional Amendments on the
ballot a miked reception. They ap-
proved Amendments 1, 3 and 5
while opposing amendments 2. 4
and 6.
Amendment 1 received a
3,797 to 1,583 vote approval.
Amendment 2 drew. a 2.955 to
2082 rejection. Amendment 3
was back in the win column with
2,769 in favor and 2,243 against.
Amendment 4 was almost totally
rejected by a 4,483 to 1,101 bal-
lot. Amendment 5 received a nar-
row 2.723-2,704 approval while-
(See ELECTION RESULTS On Page 3)


FRANK MCKEITHEN


JERRY KELLEY


IDA ETHEL BROWN
Only Surviving Member Of
First Graduating Class In '27


Port St. Joe High School
alumni will again be participating
in this year's homecoming pa-
rade..Representing the first grad-
uating class from Port St.' Joe
High School in 1927 will be class
member Ida Ethel Kllbourn
Brown.
The Class of '47 will Include
Football Queen Sara Jo Costin
Williamson, Football Captain,
Wade Barrier, and Miss St. Joe
High Betty Jean Peacock
Campbell.
Homecoming Queen Delores
Chism Bliss. Miss St Joe High
Maxine Walker Smith, and-
Football Captain and Mr. St. Joe
High Wilford Elliott will be riding


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Renei Shoaf and Rena Chafin sign in .at the registration desk in Precinct 12 at the Centennial
Building Tuesday as they wait to cast their ballot in the general election. Assisting them from left are:
Tina Peiffer, Debbie Thumm and Catherine Kennedy.


for the Class of '57. Washington
High School's Class of '57 will be
represented by Dorothy Peters
Berry who was Miss Washington
High and her escort Damon
McNair, Jr.
Port St. Joe High's Class of
'61 will be celebrating their 35
year reunion and will' be repre-
sented by various class members
in the parade.
The Class of '67 will include
Homecoming Queen Elizabeth
Youngblood McCormick and Miss
St. Joe High Kennette Jacobs
Evans. Representing the Class of
'67 from Washington High will be
Miss Washington, High Yvonne


Bewey Thomas and her escort
Gulf' County Commissioner
Chairman, Nathan Peters, Jr.
Homecoming Queen Sissy
Lowery Worley and her escort.
Mark Collier, Mr. and Miss St. Joe
High Keef Pettis and Jerrie Lewis
Todd, Senior Favorite Girl Connie
Raffield Worrill, Student Body
President Phyllis Willis Tolliver
and Junior Miss Cindy Cassani
Phillips will represent the Class of
'77.
Representing the Class of '87
will be Tammy McGee Welch
Homecoming Queen and Mr. and
Miss St. Joe High Edward and
Paula Byrd Wood.


New Senior
Citizens Center
The Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association is proud to
announce the grand opening of
the Stiles Brown Senior Citizens
and Community Center on
Sunday, November 17th from 2
until 5 p.m., ET.
'The Board of Directors, staff,
and senior citizens Invite the pub-
what (his community's business-
es and its generous residents
have accomplished by working
together.


City Awards Bids To Clear Tanks From Marina Site


Also Approve Engineer Firm To Make


Ward Ridge Water
During its regular meeting
Tuesday evening, the Port SL Joe
City Commission awarded the bid
to clean and demolish six of the
giant oil tanks from the old Hess
Oil terminal property as the first
step in site preparation for a city
marina.
Ferguson Harbor, Inc. was
awarded the contract with a low
bid of $49.990.00 and is expected
to take approximately 90 days to
clean, tear down. and remove five
of six 'tanks on the bid list The
sixth tank will be cleaned only as
marina plans call for it to be
remodeled for use as a dry storage
facility.
City engineers estimate that
the marina will cost approximate-
ly 2.9 million dollars. $700,000 in
grand funds have been approved
for the project and other funds
are being sought to help negate
some of the project's cost.
While a final decision has not
been made on how to finance the
remaining funds, the board's ten-
dencies seem to favor borrowing
or bonding them. The marina
would then be leased to a private


& Sewer Proposal
entity to operate, with lease pay-
ments paying for the city's finan-
clal obligations.
In related news, Bill Kennedy
(Preble Rish engineer) also told
the board that permits to con-
struct the marina should be
approved in January, 1997 with
actual construction beginning
soon thereafter.
Kennedy said it would take
approximately six months to fin-
ish construction of the marina
making the completion date late
summer to early fall 1997._The
project includes 120 wet boat
slips, 40 dry slips, parking, ships
store, restrooms, fueling facilities,
and all the other ingredients of a
full service marina.
WIG REPORT.
Mark McGruder. Executive
Director for the Washington
Improvement Group, reported to
the board concerning the
progress the group has made to
date and what some of their
Future plans included.
He told the C commissioners
(See MARINA on Page 3)


M/Sgt. Paul Hicks and S/Sgt. Mark Thrower examine the recov-
ered missile aboard the "Miss Donna".


Shrimper Just Thought He


Had A Net Full of Goodies

Sidewinder Missile Pulled Up In
Shrimp Net Haul Monday Night


The crew of the "Miss Donna"
caught more than they bargained
for in their shrimp nets Monday
night. Would you believe an AIM-
9 Air-to-Air Side Winder Missile
snagged approximately two miles
west of Florida Coast Paper
Company's docks in St. Joseph
Bay near the deep water naviga-
tional channel?
,Gulf County Emergency
Management personnel, Sheriffs
deputies, Harbor Master Billy
Howell, and a team of explosive
ordnance disposal experts from
Tyndall Air Force Base converged.
on the scene to evaluate the mis-
sile's status.
Master Sergeant Paul Hicks


and Staff Sergeant Mark Thrower
(Explosive Ordnance Disposal
Team) determined that no explo-
sive charge remained active in the
missile.
-Larry Wells (Emergency
Management Director) told The
Star that the device was probably
an old Navy test round made in
1981 and had probably been rest-
ing in the bay for several years,
according to the Information he
had received from the explosives
team.
The big question for local res-.
idents though is-How did it get
so close to making landfall in a
populated area of the county, or
did it get there by means other
than being fired from an aircraft?


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JOHNNY STANLEY


Me et ulI County'sp GenerapElectonWin gers


TOMMY KNOX


n Past Alumni Join In Homecoming

Parade Friday Afternoon Will Kick Off Annual Activities


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Festivals


A Replacement For Gambling Casinos?

ANYBODY WHO CLAIMED they didn't have anything to do
this past Saturday just are entirely too pick-y. Within driving
distance of Gulf County were at least three festivals of one .sort
or another. They weren't little ririky-dink festivals either; they
were quality events designed to give the visitor something for his
money. There was the Mule Day festival up in Calvary, Georgia;
the'Seafood Festival in our neighboring Apalachicola and the
Fall Festival in Wewahitchka. All were designed to attract large
crowds of people.
And, they all three lived up to their reputation of being enter-
taining affairs.
Then, there was the Hallowe'en Trick or Treat in downtown
Port St. Joe Thursday evening, which also attracted a large gath-
ering; a different kind of folk, but a large gathering, all the same.
FALL IS THE "FESTIVAL" SEASON, not only here in the
Panhandle and south Georgia, but all over the south, even in-
cluding the coloring of the leaves up in the north Georgia, Ten-
nessee and North Carolina mountains, which have proven so at-
tractive to north Florida residents each year for several years.
Then there is the Mossy Creek Festival in Perry, Georgla. These
several entertaining affairs are just those we know of off the top
of ourhead.
It's definitely the time to go off for a week end of enjoyment
here in the south at this time of year. Here in the south one.can
enjoy any number of wholesome family oriented entertainment
opportunities, without being forced to go to the gambling spas
which dot our most-favored southland.
Casino gambling seems to be losing favor among our people.
We see where some of the New Orleans casinos are on the verge
of closing because they are money-losing propositions. The same
goes for a couple of the Mississippi casinos along the Gulf coast.
THIS SPEAKS WELL for Florida's decision to rebuff casino
gambling some few years ago. There was an element which
thought we should have casinos to hold our tourist trade, but lo
and behold, the family oriented entertainment is winning out!
Now, if our state would just give the state lottery the old
heave-ho we believe we would fare even better. We see where,
out of $2.2 BILLION worth of action last year, the schools re-
ceived only $800+ million in supposed extra revenue. That's less
than 40%; hardly a lucrative source of revenue!



AIt All Over

WELL, IT'S ALL OVER but the swearing-in ceremonies. We
have elected usa' president, a congressman, a state representa-
tive and a whole gaggle of local officials from Harbormaster to
Superintendent of Schools.
It seems that all we have done this entire year is struggle
over decisions of whom'to elect for what office. The exercise of'
the vote took a little effort with many "voting" not to vote. It al-
most makes us wonder if all these exertions to entice people to
register in order to be able to:vote is worth all the trouble or not.
If a person has no desire to cast his/her ballot, there appears to
be no sense in their being registered. '
ONE METHOD ADOPTED BY Florida to ensure as many as
possible are registered to vote is the so-called "Motor Voter"
method of registration; when a person purchases a driver's li-
cense, he is automatically signed up to vote. That method may
be effective in securing numbers on the voting rolls, but it has
certainly flopped so far as increasing the number actually cast-
ing.their ballots.
We have been relegated to declaring that a large number has
voted when 55 to 60 percent of those registered actually cast a
ballot here in recent years. Getting people to come vote is some-
what like getting people to attend church. You're doing good if
you have 50% of your active members actually participate.
WE DON'T KNOW WHAT the.answer is to getting better par-
ticipation in casting votes. Perhaps if we didn't make it so easy
people might appreciate the opportunity more. It seems to work
in totalitarian countries where voting isn't an option. Their vote
doesn't count for much either. The people don't have much of a
'choice.. '
Maybe our people won't become so lackadaisical about the
vote that the option will become totally removed from their list of
rights. If that does happen, can the rest of our so-called "rights"
be far behind?


Hunker Down with Kes byKesley Colbert


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Tuesday, November 5th,
Will Rogers was born on election
day in 1879. That might account
for his lifelong interest in politics.
In his daily telegram and weekly
articles, which in the 1920's and,
30's appeared in almost 400'
newspapers, he regularly joked
about every prominent (and not
so prominent) politician of his
day. -
He knew personally every
president from Woodrow Wilson
to Franklin Roosevelt. To say that"
he understood the ins and outs of
"the game" would be the under-
statement of the century. And,
Will could "capture" the politicalI
scene like no one before or since.
I've often told .you that he is far


ou Can Say That Again!


and away my all-time favorite
writer and I thought in this elec-
tion-charged week It would be fun
to "hear" from ole Will.
If there's one thing sadly
lacking in our technologically ad-
vanced, politically correct, "up
scale" elections of the 90's it's hu-
mor. Please keep in mind that
Will Rogers died in a plane crash
August 15, 1935-can you say
timeless .... ..

If a man could tell the differ-
ence between the two parties he
would make a sucker out of Solo-
mon for wisdom. This country
runs In spite of parties; in faci.
parties are the biggest handicaps,
we have to contend with. If we
didn't have to stop to play poli-
"tics, any administration could al-
most make a Garden of Eden out
of us.

Political elections are a
good deal like marriages, there's


no accounting for anyone's taste.

A Democrat never adjourns.
He Is born, becomes of voting age
and starts right in arguing over
something, and his political ad-
journment is his date with the
undertaker. Politics is business
with the Democrat. He don't work
at it, but he tells you what he
would do if he was working at it.,

The Republican Convention
(1928) opened with a prayer. If
the Lord can see his way clear to
bless the Republican Party the
way it's been carrying on, then
the rest of us ought to get it with-
out even asking for it.

Ahi They was Democrats to-
day and we was proud of 'em/
They fought. they fit, they split,
and adjourned in a dandy wave of
dissension. That's the old Demo-
cratic spirit. A whole day wasted


and nothing done. I tell you. they
are getting back to normal .....

Just finished shooting scenes
here in Washington for a movie of
the old stage play A Texas Steer,
It was the story of a man elected
to Washington on bought votes.
We are bringing it up to' date by
not changing it at all....

I'm not a member of an orga-
nized political party-I'm a Demo-
crat.

Papers' today say, "What
would Lincoln do today?" Well, in
the first place, he wouldn't chop
any wood, he would trade his ax
in. on a Ford. Being a Republican,
he would vote the Democratic
ticket. Being in sympathy for the
underdog, he would be classed as
a radical progressive. Having a
sense of humor, he would be
(See KESLEY on Page:3)


The Power of the Press Is Awesome


THE POWER' OF the press.
must be awesome! I'm speaking
from personal experience, not
second-hand information or
claims. What makes it so? We
can't force anybody to do any-
thing they don't want to. We can't
move unmovable objects or peo-
ple. We can't make up your
minds for you because we must'
also rely on the same sources of
information which are available
to.you.
Still, I won't argue with the
fact that the power of the press is
awesome! It just reinforces my re-
solve to handle this power care-
fully and try not to abuse it or
take advantage of it.
I've heard all of my life about
this so-called power and how it
can accomplish unusual things
which were formerly unsur-
mountable. I, frankly, took it with
a grain of salt, to tell you the
truth. I don't always get my way
simply by mentioning my "druth-
ers" in any given instance.


SOMETHING HAPPENED the
other day which went a long way,
toward, convincing me of this
power. I was beginning to have
serious doubts. I had opposed the
net-ban .amendment to no avail; .1
had supported the recent location
of .the veteran's nursing home in
Port St. Joe; I even threw my lot
behind locating 1-10 on a route
nearer the Gulf coast,-to no avail.
How powerful can the press be?
Then along came Thursday,
October 31.
The paper came out on that
day; or more correctly, the paper
came out on Wednesday. October
30. In that epistle I commiserated


over the red roe mullet season
fast approaching and remaining
absent from my diet. To put it
blunt, I was mullet hungry!
Well, the paper had no more
than hit the street before Johnny
Lee came in the office, bringing a
mess of still flapping mullet
wrapped in a copy of The Star
and made an offering of them'to ;
me.
The power of suggestion,
reigns supreme!

I HAVE NEVER had such'
quick reaction before. Nor have I
had such delicious reaction be-
fore


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I remember in days past pub-
licly salivating over such delica-
cies ;as Marie 'Littleton's cream
puffs, Jessie Core's banana nut
bread, to mention only a few... I
even mentioned to George Duren
that 'I had never eaten cajun
boiled crawdads just before he
took one of his infrequent trips to
Baton Rouge to visit a cousin at
crawdad-boiling-time, and he
brought me a sack. Just the men-
tion of my desire for some delica-
cy or the other in the past has
brought positive reaction.
I even had three or four mul-
let fishermen walk up to me at
Jamey Westbrook's barbecue
* Thursday afternoon with the
avowed .promise to-bring me some
mullet at some time in the future,
should they catch so many they
S had 'a few to waste. '
So, the power of the fourth
estate must still be alive and well.
It only seems to be effective on
Important matters, however. It
appears to work only about 50%
of the time.on matters such as


rtain Things, That Is)


moving interstate highways, but
the important matters, such as
scrounging -a mess of nice, fresh
mullet for a hungry editor, it gets
quick action.

I HAD FISH coming from eve-
ry direction this past week end.
Not only was there the afore-
mentioned fresh mullet, but Cap-
tain Chuck Guilford helped me
treat the men at the printing
plant, here, to a deep sea fishing
trip on Friday.
Captain Chuck pulled out all
of the stops! He took us to where
we only caught grouper, snapper
and scamp-nearly 300 pounds-
and not a single trigger fish in the
lot
Chuck even took a captain
from another of his boats' along
as a deck hand. Captain Greg
Fletcher kept all the hooks baited
and didn't let us keep under-
sized fish. He said it was the
manner in which he was baiting
the hooks which was the cause of
us catching those 15, 18 and 24


pounders. Chuck said it was the
"bottom" he was putting us on.
I. don't know which one was
the cause ofme getting sea-sick! .
. for the first time in my life! ...
on a relatively calm sea.
I was the only one of the lot
to feed the fishes.
Everyone else on the boat ate
ham sandwiches, chips, vienna
sausages, sardines, cookies,
drank soda waters, and generally
tried to tempt me with high-
calorie snacks constantly, all day
long, but it was all to no avail.
Greg even built three fat boiled
ham sandwiches with a generous
slather of mustard, mayonnaise,
lettuce, and wheat bread right in
front of where I was holding per-
fectly still so' as not to disturb
anything, and the sight didn't
even tempt me a little bit. I
thought he did it just to stir my
Juices, but the way he wolfed
those sandwiches down con-
vinced me he was truly hungry
But how could anyone eat
under circumstances like that?
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St. Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Time Ht.
Nov. 8 5:35a.m.L. 0.5 8:47 p.m. H 1.3
Nov. 9 6:13 a.m. L 0.3 9:08 p.m. H 1.4
SNov. 10 6:55 a.m. L 0.1 9:36 p.m. H 1.6
SNov. 11 7:40a.m. L 0.0 10:11 p.m. H 1.7
r Nov. 12 8:28 a.m. L -0.1 10:51 p.m. H 1.8
Nov. 13 9:19a.m.L -0.2 11:35 p.m. H 1.8
'Nov. 14 10:11 a.m. L -0.2
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Precinct 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 Abs. Total
PRESIDENT and VICE PRES.
Bill Clinton & Al Gore 187 346 112 47 82 102 237 419 94 121 223 22 58 50 380. 2480
Bob Dole & Jack Kemp 243 277 99 63 70 73 331 27 126 144 374 102 107 34 3.54 2424
Ross Perot & Pat Choate 118 132 96 61 61 41 129 18 58 56 117 12 39 20 96 1054
Harry Browne & Jorgensen 0 4 1 3 1 5 6 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 3 28
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, DIST. 2
Allen Boyd, Dem. 339 495 179 104 158 173 377 395 182 213 448 82 83 71 534 3833
Bill Sutton, Rep. 212 231 122 64 57 53 306 38 94 109 262 53 115 26 283 2025
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DIST. 7
Jamey Westbrook, Dem. 390 542 224 112 171 186 420 428 182 230 495 72 84 78 :548 4162
Mark Anderson, Rep. 163 175 71 61 44 42 269 28 87 87 214 57 112 20 264 1694
SHERIFF
Frank McKeithen, Dem. 376 493 193 112 165 149 489 432 184 225 537 89 133 82 577 4236
Bob Williams, Rep. 205 265 120 66 60 83 208 64 94 97 175 49 69 19 248 1822
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
JerryKelley, Dem. 328 459 192 91 146 126 399 419 184 232 517 84 80 67 514 3838
Terry.Linton, Rep. 251 309 115 81 70 100 293 57 94 87 204 52 113 35 309 2170,
HARBORMASTER
W. H. (Billy) Howell, Dem. 353 440 197 114 170 184 441 393 219 285 559 96 107 67 565 4190
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William Koran Rep


I 177


237 93


42 240


COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DIST. 1
Johnny Stanley, Dem. 273 227 81 103 684
Roger Jones. Rep. 301 88 21 58 468
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DIST. 3
Tommy Knox, Dem. 99 48 472 102 111 832
Robert L. Redmon, Ind. 87 132 160 24 63 466
Steve Wood. Ind. 34 49 61 11 19 174
COUNTY, 1/2 CENT SALES TAX
Yes, forTax 237 319 131 81 107 100 398 256 178 202 464 100 112 30 423 3138
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Kesley
(From Page 2)
called eccentric.

Wouldn't It be great if other
countries started electing by the
ballot instead of the bullet, and
us electing by he ballot instead
of by the bullion?

The short memories of Ameri-
can voters is what keeps our poll-
ticians in office.

President Coolidge kept his
mouth shut. That was such a
novelty among politicians, that it
' just swept the country. Originali-
ty will be rewarded in any line.

Every politician talks about
Lincbln' .iOut none of them ever
tmk t ta m .,' "r .......

The Republicans have a habit
of having three bad years and one
good one, and the good one al-
ways happens to be election year.

When a party can't think of
anything else they always fall
back on lower taxes, but no voter
,has lived to see the day when his
taxes were lowered. Presidents
have been promising lower taxes
since Washington crossed the
Delaware by hand in a row boat,
but our taxes have gotten bigger
and their boats have gotten larger
until now the President crosses
the Delaware in his private yacht.

I keep saying I'm.a Democrat.
but I ain't. I just pretend td be
'cause Democrats are funny and
I'm supposed to be.

I was born on Election Day,


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310 160


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1996 PAGE 3A


Veterans Day

Port St. Joe High Hosts Ceremony
Monday To Honor Area's Veterans


How


Gulf


County


Voted



by


Precinct
7 -


All veterans .and mem-
bers of the community are
cordially invited to attend a
ceremony recognizing the
veterans and their contribu-
tions to our country on
Monday, November 11 at
.9:00 a.m., E.S.T., in the R.
Marion Craig Coliseum of
Port St. Joe High School.
Guests who will be
attending the ceremony are
asked to call: the' Gulf
County'School Board Office
at 229-8256, and leave your
name so that a seat will be
reserved for you. On the day
of the ceremony, please use
t'he main entrance to the
school, sign in at the guest


registration table, and a
cadet will escort you to the
reserved seating area.
Guest speaker for this
year's program will be
Lieutenant Colonel Mike
Weston, a 1967 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School.
Colonel Weston earned a
Bachelor of Arts in Political
Science from the University
of West Florida in 1972 and
a Master of Aeronautical
Science from Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University in
1984. He is a graduate of
Squadron Officer School,
Air Command' and Staff
College, and Air War
College.


M arina--ontinued From Page 1


that W.I.G.'s primary goal was to
build a full service community
center. He noted help received
from the Jessie Ball duPont
Foundation and F.A.M.U. In plan-
ning and designing the facility
and stated the next step would be
to seek a long term commitment
from the city on use of the land
and Washington Recreation Site.
McGruder said he would
approach the board in the near
future with a proposal to turn the
site over to W.I.G. for use as the
community center site.
During discussion. Commis-
sioner Charles Tharpe questioned
McCruder concerning what the
group had done, particularly on
improvements to the Washington
Gym.
McGruder said the improve-
ments were in the plans but that
funds were not available. He also
stated that the building belongs
to the city and reemphasized the
need for a long term lease or other
arrangements for WIG to take it
over.
WARD RIDGE WATER & SEWER
The board unanimously
accepted the engineers' proposal
from Phillip Jones (Preble Rish


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One of these lovely young ladies will be crowned as
Homecoming Queen during halftime festivities Friday evening as
the Sharks host the Blountstown Tigers. Shown first row, from left,
are: Elana Rees, Ronisu Bird, Olivia Kumarickal, Karen Clark.
Carrie Davis, and Middle School representatives Amber Daniels and
T. J. Hightower. Back row, from left: Jolynne Parker. Kayce Knox,
Stephanie Maxwell, Gena Johnson, Amy Buzzett and Pam Watkins.


Election Results-From Page


but never was able to get elected
to anything. I am going to jump
Sout some day and be indefinite
enough about everything that
they will call me a politician, then
run on a platform of question
marks, and be elected unani-
mously. then reach in the treasu-
ry and bring back my district a
new bridge, or tunnel, or dam,
and I will be a statesman.
Yours.
S, Will


THANK




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DISTRICT 1


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Amendment 6 was soundly reject-
ed, 3.554-1,764.
All the Amendments failed
state-wide.
GULF VOTING PERCENT
Gulf County sent 6.203 of its
registered 9,700 voters to the,
polls in a heavy turn-out to vote a
hefty 64%. The county had at
least two very controversial local
questions on the ballot; the Sher-
ilffs race and the half-cent sales
tax referendum for renovation of
the Port St. Joe Elementary
School.
A vote by precinct can be
found on page three of this sec-
tion of The Star.
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engineer), officially getting work
started to provide water and
sewer throughout Ward Ridge and
to the soon-to-be-constructed
Gulf Coast Community College
annex site.
The $900,000' project has
been in the works for several
months, but received a boost
when Gulf Coast Community
College decided to locate their
satellite facility at the intersection
of Highway 98 and Garrison-
Avenue. $310,000 of the cost will
be borne by G.C.C.C. ($60,000)
and David and Trish Warriner
($250,000). ,
The Warriners have property
between the college site and Ward
Ridge that can be developed with
the introduction of water and
sewer service to the area.
Property owners will pick up
the rest of the tab with prelimi-
nary assessments of $500 to
homeowners plus tap fees
(approximately $450) if hook-up
takes place within the first 12
months. After that time frame,
assessments will be $2,000 plus
tap fees. Lots without homes built,
upon them will be assessed
$2,000 for the service.


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District Horticulture


Workshop
The. District II Horticulture
Workshop was called to order by
Iris Anderson, District Director, at
the Gulf County Beach Fire Hall
on Wednesday, October 23. She
introduced Sally Malone, Presi-
dent of the Sea Oats and punes
Garden Club which hosted the
event. Jayne Kleeb gave the devo-
tion, and the pledge of allegiance.
to.the flag of the Urited States of
America was recited by all.
Tables were set up in front of
the fire hall with many plants,
cuttings and dried flowers which
were for sale. Everyone 'enjoyed
the friendship and interesting
speakers. During the morning
session, Pallas Garidy from the
National Estuarine Reserve
Center of Apalachicola spoke on
"Nocturnal Animals' of the
Apalachicola River Basin". These
animals are active at night and
are necessary for the balance of
nature. Just a few of them are:
bats, owls, alligators, octopuses.
The meeting resumed after a
brown-bag lunch with .Keith
Mickler, Bay County Extension
Agent, speaking on "Beneficial
Insects". Insects are the most
abundant of all creatures and live
almost anywhere. Many plii-ts
depend upon insects to pollinate
them.
Without insects there would'
be no orchard fruits and berries,
honey and beeswax, linen, cotton,
















1^ ,
Arabella Ivey Ringsred

Announce Birth


Successful
tea, coffee, cocoa or chocolate.
Insects come in two types: para-
sitic and predatory. We should
learn to live with most insects;
but if we can't, a good non-pollu-
tant insecticide is a mixture of
two tablespoons of liquid dish
detergent, Ivory or Joy, in one gal-
lon of water.
Mrs. Anderson announced
that the district is helping to
sponsor a crusade against the
dangerous. popcorn tree which
has become very prevalent in
Florida. She also urged the clubs
represented at this district meet-
ing to get more and younger mem-
bers. Her appreciation for such an
informative workshop was ex-
pressed 'to Mrs. Malone and the
members, of the Sea Oats anid
Dunes Garden Club.


Couple Recites Vows In

October 31st Ceremony


Gena Lynn Harshman and
Everette Ray Maiden, Jr. were
married Thursday, October 31st
at Beach Baptist Chapel in St. Joe
Beach with Rev. David Nichols
officiating.
The bride's' parents are
Margaret Browning and the late
Elmer Gene Browning. The
groom's parents are Everette R.
and Mary M. Maiden of Mexico


Beach.
Attendants of the couple were
Deborah Haller, sister of the
bride, and Robert House, friend of
the groom. The ring bearer was
Michael Harshman, son of the
bride. The bride was given in mar-
riage by her brother-in-law, David
Haller.
: The couple now resides in
'Beacon Hill.


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edie TailmW


Mr. & Mrs. Everette Ray Maiden, Jr.

Rock-A-Thon Is
. : Planned for Sat.
-The Gulf County ; Senior
Citizens will be conducting the
annual Rock-A-Thon fund raising
event Saturday. November 9th.
The senior citizens will be rocking
for the pledges they received dur-
ing the last few weeks.
There will also be a yard sale
which, among other items, will
include a regular size box springs
and mattress, toys, some old
records and miscellaneous items.
Anyone wishing to donate items is
asked to call 229-8466. The
senior citizens will be at the
Centennial Building from 1:00 to
\4:00 p.m. on Friday, November
8th to receive items.
They will also be selling those
delicious large barbecue beef
sandwich plates for only $3.00.
All proceeds will be used to pay
for the final construction costs of
the new Stiles Brown Senior
Citizens and Community Center.


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In Granny Parker's kitchen. where we eat most
Everyday we're not always eating, sometimes we stopto
The prayer request that's broughtthdre is never
put on the shelf for Granny thinks of others'before
, she thinks of self;
You never leave there hungry for blessings are in store
so; when I get discouraged I just go there for more.
Thanks, Granny for including me
Lots of love Bobbie Parker


pray.


Elizabeth Anne Dixon
Billy Richard Day
Ima~


The handiwork of God-a new
hand-in ours.i Joy Pjg .vilgd_, .... .. -..L. ... I
would like to announce the birth
of. hei daughter, Arabella Ivey
Ringsred. Arabella arrived at Mr. & Mrs. Steve Dixon of
10:33 a.m. on September 3 at Jakin, Georgia and Mr. & Mrs.
Tyndall Air Force Base Hospital in Billy R. Day of Cedar Springs,
Panama City. She weighed seven Georgia proudly announce the
pounds and was 20.5 Inches long. engagement and forthcoming


There to celebrate her arrival
were proud grandparents. Joe
and Carrie Davis of Wewahitchka.
Great-grandparents are Martha
Davis of Wewahitchka and Mrs.
Carl Rhames of Farmington, New
Mexico.


1101. .N.
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marriage o inteir cnilaren,
Elizabeth Anne Dixon and Billy
Richard Day.
Bess is a 1996 graduate of
Early County High School and is

Historical Society
To Memorialize
Former Members
S St. Joseph Historical Society
will host a special meeting
November 9 at 3 p.m. at the Gulf
County Library to honor al
deceased members.
Being memorialized are the
following: Eunice Brinson. Myrtle
Chllders. Cecil CosUn, Jr., NMae
Dean. Zola Maddox, Louise
Porter, Bill Simmons. Charles
Smith, Ruth Costin Soule,
Angelirine Stone. Jesse V. Stone,
Lucile Suber. Mable Swatts,
George Tapper, and Eula
Pridgeon. 'Y -
All family and friends are cor-
dially Invited to attend. ,


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Georgia.
Bess is the granddaughter of
Edna Strange of White City and
the late Edgar Strange -of
Blountstown, Ruby Brown of Port
St. Joe and the late John Brown
of Port St. Joe, and T. W. Dixon,
Sr. of Havana.
Ricky is a 1987 graduate'of.
Early County High School and a
1994 graduate of Troy State
University. Ricky is employed
with Day's Masonry & Concrete in
Blakely.
Ricky is the grandson of Mrs.
Mary Ty'ler and the late T. E.
Tyler. and the late Mr. & Mrs.
Arlin Day, all of Blakely. .
The wedding will take place
on December 7 at 7:00 p.m. at the
Oakilew Church of God in'
Donalsonville, Georgia.

Agency Raises
$500 for Seniors
Marquis Home Health of Port
St. Joe recently organized a fund
raiser. to benefit the new Gulf
County Senior Citizens and
Community Center, during the
.Gulf' County Health Fair on
October 19th that raised a total of
S$500.00.
A yard sale, made possible by'
the contributions of employees
and community members, was:
held during the fair. Following the,'
fundraiser, a- check for the
amount raised was presented byl
Marquis Administrator Jo Golsonl
to Jerry Stokoe, on behalf of the
Gulf County Senior Citizens.
Association.


Amanda F. Atchison
Atchison Chosen
For Who's Who
Congratulations are due
Amanda F. Atchison, who has
been nominated and accepted
into Who's Who Among American
SHigh School Students. She Is the
daughter of Raymond and Chris
Atchison of Wewahitchka.
Amanda is 15 years old and a
sophomore at Wewahitchka High
School. She is an active partid-
pant In many school activities
including secretary for S.G.A.,
Teen Christian Leaders, section
editor. bn the yearbook staff, and
is a majorette 'in the marching
auxiliary of the Gator Sound
Band.

Gulf Coast Workforce
Development Board
The Gulf Coast Workforce
Development Board will be hold-
ing a meeting Tuesday, November
12th at the Gulf Coast Electric
! Cooperative located on Highway
22 in Wewahitchka. The general
meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m.,
C.T., and all interested parties are
invited to attend.


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Express Appreciation
Rosa Barnes, Program Assistant/Systems Operator, (left) and Jan Thornburg, Education/Disa-
bilities Coordinator, (right) are shown in the photo above presenting a certificate of appreciation to
Tim Hammond for a recent film production. Mr. Hammond and his T.V. production class at Wewa
4 High School made a film highlighting area North Florida Head Start classrooms for viewing by a fed-
eral review team from Atlanta.


Nat'l Home
NHC HomeCare of Port St.
Joe will join thousands of home
care providers across the nation
in launching a variety of special
events to celebrate National Home
'Care Month and its theme, "The
Miracle of Home Care .Uniting
Caring and Technology."
The month will honor all of
the dedicated physicians, nurses,
therapists, aides, and social
workers who provide high quality
health care and supportive ser-
vices in patients' homes through-
out the United'States. In addition
to recognizing our talented profes-
sionals, National Home Care
SNlonth will spotlight home care's
unique ability to combine com-
passionate care with innovative
technology.
"Thanks to the success of
modem technology, yielding state
of-the-art medical equipment for
use in the home, and technicians
who are trained to operate such
equipment. an increasing number
of people are able to leave institu-
tions or avoid ever having to enter


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French Fries, Milk and Cake.
TUES-Chicken Nuggets,
Corn-on-Cob, Bread, Milk and
Fruit Cobbler.
WEDS-Salisbury Steak, Rice
with Gravy. Fruit. Turnip
Greens. Cornbread and Milk.
THURS-Chicken with Rice.
Broccoli with Cheese, Fruit
Cup. Rolls and Milk.
SFRI-Pizza. Peaches, Green
Beans. Milk and Ice Cream.


Care Month
them." said Maureen Mattison,
administrator of NHC HomeCare.
"They can be cared for and live
independently in the comfort of
their own home, surrounded by
the ones they love."
Home care Is a service to
recovering, disabled, or chronical-
ly ill individuals. The care provid-
ed ranges from assistance with
activities of dally living to
advanced medical care in the


Celebrated
home. Home care generally is
appropriate for a person who
requires care that cannot easily or
effectively be provided solely by
family and friends.
NHC HomeCare is planning
on celebrating National Home
Care Month with activities involv-
ing their employees, the local
senior citizen centers, and the
community within the next
month.


Home Care Month Observed
Mayor Frank Pate, seated in the photo above, is shown sign-
ing a proclamation declaring the month of November "National
Home Care Month" in the City of Port St. Joe. Looking on are
local NHC HomeCare employees: May Fuze, RN, Director of
Nursing; Maureen Mattison, RN, Administrator; and Tonya
Lemons, Office Manager.-


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Local Author's Book Released
E. Michael Helms has ,
announced the recent release of
his book. The Proud Bastards, a
nonfiction story of his experiences
during the Vietnam War. Michael
currently lives in Mexico Beach,
and has lived in the Panama City
area most of his life. He will be in
Panama City Saturday and
Sunday. November 9 and 10 for, a
book signing at Books-A-Million,
along with many other local
authors.
The Proud Bastards is, a
descriptive, emotional account of
combat as seen through the eyes K
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Marine from boot camp in Parris C *
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account of war", and "Captures eetfd ."
the tedium, the language, the
realities of Vietnam". : V.FW. Post 10069
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Thank Community A DAY OF FESTIVITIES
We, the children of Shirley
Whitfleld Cosgrove, would like to November 9th noon to 4 p.m.
thank the community of Wewa-
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we received the past several FREE HAMBURGERS, HOT DOGS
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Neighbor Fund drive today. The the company's shareholders oil, or wood. .cult times, said Joe Richardson, every month, which will be added call their Florida Power
concept of the Energy Neighbor match donations, dollar for dollar. "No matter how well we plan Florida Power Corporation presl- to their electric bills. Non-Florida Corporation office to find out the
Fund, established by FPC in up to $150,000. and manage our daily lives, an dent. Power customers can contribute social agencies in their communi-
1988, is to develop a pool.of Last year, more than unexpected personal crisis can There are several ways to con- by making a check payable to ,ty that coordinate the fund.
monies that can be tapped by $413.800 was distributed create a financial hardship. We tribute to the Energy Neighbor Energy Neighbor Fund and drop-
people who are experiencing tem- through social service agencies in hope to lessen the burden on Fund. Customers of FPC can ping it off at any Florida Power
porary financial difficulties. FPC the communities in which the needy families by joining together make a one-time contribution by office. All gifts are tax-deductible. M exico Beach
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Local Health Department Has Gulf TDC Board To Hold Meeting


Undergone System
Major changes have been any difference In operation of th
made in the old HRS operation, local services, there is a majc
Doug Kent, local director of the difference in the state ofmc
health service, told the Rotary which the two new division
Club at its meeting last week. make their reports to.
"There are now two depart- "Our local office, with opera
ments of the old health depart-
ment.' Kent told the club. WES Students Unveil
'There's the Children and Family
Services and Department of Operation Heritage
.Health. Both operate out of the
local headquarters with seeming- The fifth and sixth grade
ly little change, except .for the T.E.AM. classes of Wewahltchki
new general director, and I have Elementary School have created
been given that title and placed in museum-like exhibit housed I
charge," Kent said. the county's original courthouse
The largest difference in the in Wewahitchka. The exhibit is i
two divisions of health services is part of a project called "Operatiol
to divide the two sections of ser-' Heritage".
vice-personal health and public "Operation Heritage" I1
health. Kent said that even if the designed to provide students will
general public can not ascertain opportunities to discover knowl
edge of the past, develop techno
Arizona Conducts logical literacy, and create a sense
of personal, social, and cultural
Environment and identity. The exhibit includes a flU
teen block applique quilt con
SafetyProgram structed by the students in wh
cYm a each block represents a different
All employees of Arizona and special aspect of their comr
Chemical's Port St Joe plant par- munity.
ticipated In the facility's environ- The exhibit also includes a
ment and safety "stand down" showcase in which each shelf has
meeting on Friday, October 11. a different theme. The theme,
The day-long program, which Include "School Days", "Tupek
required ceasing all plant opera- Honey", "Charms & Chores o
tons, emphasized individual and Yesteryear". "Industries", anc
team coniniitment to the plant's "Lakes and Rivers". Such things
environmental and safety perfor- as riverboat licenses, school
mance. primers, photographs, and an
"Full compliance with all Uques are displayed.
environmental laws and regula- The T.E.A.M. classes woukl
Uons, anqd an accident-free work- like to, extend an invitation to al


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involvement of all employees."
said Clark.Davis, plant manager.
"Each of us must understand and
fulfill our individual and team
responsibilities in order to achieve
success."
In addition to discussing their
responsibilities, employees
reviewed the critical elements for
strong environmental and safety
performance, and identified
opportunities for improvement.
Leading the "stand down"
meetings at all six Arizona
Chemical domestic facilities are
the plant managers and the
Arizona Chemical management
team of Bill Lowe, manager-envi-
ronment, health and safety, Larry
Stowell, manager-manufacturing.
and Diane Staab, vice president
and general counsel.
"While shutting down our
plants for an entire day is a major
undertaking, it's a necessary part
of our on-going drive toward a
workplace that's accident-free
and a model of environmental
compliance," Lowe said. "The atti-
tude and commitment that we
saw from the employees at' the
Port SL Joe plant were-outstahd-
ing."

Old Sr. Building
Not "For Rent"
Due to the ongoing change of
locations of the senior citizens'
building facilities, there will be no
renting of the previous building
site on Avenue D in Port St. Joe
until further notice.


Wilder Chosen For
Coaches Award
The Tallahassee Gymnastics
Center recently held its annual
competitive awards banquet in
Tallahassee. At this gathering
gymnasts and coaches are recog-
nized for the previous competitive
season.
Nichole Wilder was one of the
two recipients of the Patricia
Robinson Outstanding Coaches
Award. One Is given to a male and
female competitive coach each
year for their hard work and ded-
!cation from the past season.
Nichole Is a 1994 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and is
currently attending Florida State
University pursuing a bachelor's
degree in both Physical Education
and Adapted Physical Education.
She is the daughter of Jimmy
and Susan Wilder of Port St. Joe,
and the granddaughter of Myrtice
Wilder and James and Betty
Curlee.


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they feel would enhance the dis-
play. Copies of old photographs,
tools used In the turpentine or
tupelo honey industries, bee
boxes, early copies of The Breeze,
photographs of the original WHS.
etc. are but a few of the things
they would like to include in the
exhibit.
The display Is permanent.
Therefore any item used will be
considered a permanent loan and
returned only in the event the
exhibit is ever dismantled in the
future. If you would like to donate
any item to the exhibit, contact
Lori Price at Wewahitchka
Elementary School (639-5377).

SJ Elementary
P.T.O. Meeting
Port St. Joe Elementary
School's Parent Teacher Organi-
zation will be meeting Thursday,
November 14th at 7 p.m. in the
school's auditorium. AU parents
are urged to attend.


Changes
ions In Port St. Joe and Wewa-
hitchka. has 21 employees. We
operate on an annual budget of
$1 million, with about $37,000
funded by the local county bud-
get," the speaker said.
Kent said that In addition to
the obvious health services of-
fered by the Children and Family
Services division, the other divi-
sion of the health department
oversees environmental health
matters. In Gulf County, this is
mainly the installation of septic
tanks and monitoring the sani-
tary operations of food handlers.
'We have 5.000 septic tanks
in 'operation in Gulf County,"
Kent said. 'There are about 1.8
million throughout the state of
Florida," he continued. "Contrary
to popular belief, a septic tank is
a very effective way of treating
sewage if it is installed properly,"
the speaker declared.
As for the future operation of
the health department. Kent said
the local operation is making
plans to station a nurse and an
aide at each school after the first
of the year.

Turkey Shoot
*A turkey shoot will be held
every Friday and Saturday, start-
ing this week on November 8th
and 9th and continuing until
Thanksgiving. The shoots, spon-
sored by F.C.C.D. Chapter 33, will
begin on these days at 3 p.m., CT.
at the Creek Stop & Dell, north of
Wewahitchka. Participants jyill1.e,


on a 12 person round. All ammu- '
nation and weapons for the shoots
will be provided.

V.F.W. Holding
55 Alive Course
The VFW Ladies Auxiliary
and men of John C. Gainous
V.F.W. Post #10069 will be hold-'
ing a 55 Alive Course at their.
post home, located at 1774 Trout
Avenue in Highland View. It will
be held on the 19th and 20th of:.'
November from 9:00 a.m. until'
1:00 p.m.
There will be a charge of,
$8.00 for the course. Please make'
your checks payable to A.A.R.P.
The course Is for anyone age 50 '
and above. It may help you get a
discount on your insurance for-.
up to three years.
Anyone interested please call
the post home (229-6826) or Gin-
ny Seefeldt (648-5303) to sign up.
The first 35 people to call will be
able to attend.


The Gulf County Transpor-
tation Disadvantaged Coordina-
ing Board announces a meeting
to which all persons are Invited.
The agenda will Include the
Community TransportaUon Coor-
dinators Operating Report.
- Quarterly Operational and
Financial Report, and the
Memorandum of Agreement/,
Service Plan.


The meeting will be held in
Port St. Joe at the Gulf County
Courthouse In the Gulf County
Commission Room on Thursday.
November 21 beginning at 2:00
p.m.. E.T.
For more information, contact
Vanita Anderson at the Apalachee
Regional Planning Council at
(904) 674-4571.


Aanjr iveeting
Members of the Mexico Beach
.AA.R.P. will gather for a luncheon
meeting Friday. November 15th at
the chamber building there. The
list of officers for 1997 will be pre-
sented during the business meet-
ing. Volunteers are still being
sought for the group.
Turkey dressing, potatoes,
gravy and rolls will be furnished.
Those attending are asked to
bring an appropriate side dish or
dessert


Scheffer Twins Turn Four--What A Day!
When it comes to celebrating the joy of their children's lives, carry and Vickie
Scheffer do it with humor and a lot of love. Julia and Nickolas turned four years old
October 28, 1996 with a Halloween Costume Party at Mexico Beach Park.
In the photo above, family and friends helping to celebrate were: Shelbv Scheffer
(Sisy), LaVerne Ramsey (Grandmom), Uncle Ben and Aunt DeeDee Savage, Cousin
Ginger Taylor, Uncle Johnny Scheffer. (Friends) Anna & Haley Cimino, Kathryn &
Jared Arnold, Jacob & 'Colby Gentry. Megan Gentry, Drew Monday, Samantha
Nicodemus, Heather Latta, Jesse Shearer, James Miller, and Lacey Brownell, and their
parents. Not pictured, but celebrating at heart were Houston E. Ramsey (PaPa) and Lora Ramsey (Great Grandmother).
Special thanks to Jenny Miller for the extremely creative 'Woody and Lil' Bo Peep" birthday cakes... to Balloon Race Team Captains:
Nic Nicodemus, Dana Cimino, and Ginger Taylor Drew Monday and James Miller for surviving their first invite to a birthday party-
Especially one of ours! Above all, to family, old friends, as well as new ones. Thank you for all the love and joy you have brought us and for
being there these past four years. Enjoy the blessings that we all have.... our children! See ya next year! iF

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Bulldogs Nip Gators 20-13 In District Game


After a 13-20 loss to Liberty
County Friday night, Wewahitch-
ka needs to win one of their final
two District 2-2A games (R. F.
Munroe and Apalachicola) in
order to extend their season into
post season play.
The battle between the
District 2-2A unbeatens turned
out to be everything it was built
up to be. The outcome was not
decided until the final seconds
ticked off the clock in the fourth
quarter.
Bristol Jumped out in front of
the Gators during the first half of'
play, 13-0, scoring twice on runs
of 22 and 23 yards by running
back Duane Mathis. But Head
Coach Wayne Flowers and his
coaching staff found the right
combination during half time.
After Danny Voyles opened
the second half returning Bristol's
kick-off to the 21 yards line, Ike
Mincy raced 79 yards on the first
play from -scrimmage in the sec-
ond half to make the score 13-6.
Josh Baxley kicked the extra
, point and Rodney Small threw a
key block while clearing the way Danny Voyles is shown
for Mincy. catching a pass for the Gators.


Gators Finish Third

at Their Invitational


The Wewahitchka cross coun -
try teams hosted the Second
Annual Gator Invitational this
past Saturday. The race was held
at the Taunton Family Children's
Home.
In the boys' race there were
six full teams, with 67 individual
runners competing. Team scores
were: Pensacola Catholic (51),


Gulf Rile Club
Meeting Thurs.


The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
Its monthly meeting at the rifle
range on Thursday evening.
November 7th at 6:30 p.m. All
members are urged to attend.
Nominations for next year's club
officers will be held and proposed
changes in the operation will be
discussed.
More-members are needed to
tajke.aniaeoivenlter&eshiao.npe.-
ation and upkeep of the club.
Unfortunately, the maintenance
and improvements are currently
'being done by only a small portion
of the membership and this will
have to change if the club is
expected to continue.
After the business meeting,
the scheduled trap shoot will be
held. The trap field is well lighted
and shooting will be every
ThIursday night starting at 6:30
p.m. The club will also shoot on
Sunday afternoons, starting at
2:30. This schedule will be in
effect until further notice.
Unfortunately. the club has
discontinued the monthly pistol
matches due to low participation
and lack of members willing to be
in charge of conducting and set-
ting up the matches.


Port St.. Joe (64), Wewahitchka
(69). Maclay (77), North Florida
Christian (135). and Florida High
(174).
The individual winner was.
Gabe Clarkof Port St. Joe who ,
covered the three-mile course in.
16 minutes flat, establishing a
new course record.
SGators Finish Third
The Wewa Gators were led, by
James Taunton who finished in,
fourth place with a time of 16:15.
Other' finishers for the Gators
included: Luke Taunton, fifth
(16:15), Lee Linton, 18th (17:14),
Adam Taunton. 19th (17:15), Jay
Laster, 23rd (17:31), Jeremy
Sams 26th. (17:40), Dustin
Combs, 30th (18:03), Chris Ed-
wards, 34th (18:22), Myron May.
42nd'.(19:03), Matt Weathers.
50th (19:43), and Ryan Combs,
59th (21:16).
Lady Gators Take Third
a:-.I, tI--i.gils',.,ate! there .were. -,
four full teams, with 37 individual
runners competing. Team scores
were: Pensacola Catholic (25),
Maclay (37). Wewa (73) and Port
St. Joe (131). The individual win-
nrier was Ahna Peace from Maclay,
who covered the two mile course
in 12:45.
The Lady Gators were led by,
Stefanie McDaniel's seventh place
finish in 13:18. Other finishers for
Wewa were: Renee Ardire, 12th
(13:35), Crystal Collins, 13th
S(13:56), Sarah Bailey, 17th
(14:09), Stephanie Kramer. 24th
(14:53), and Nicole Willilmson,
32nd (15:55),.
Upcoming District Meet
The Wewahitchka Gators will.
travel to Jay High School on
Thursday, November 14th for the
District 1-2A meet.


I would like to take 'this

opportunity to thank the

people of Mexico Beach for
your continued support. I
look forward to serving you

for the next two years.



Mayor Garry Gaddis
Pd. Pol. Adv., tc 11/7




$500 Reward
for Information Leading to the return of any of these
items stolen from garage at Wetappo Creek

1 -1/2 H.P. Air Compressor
1 New Gas Lawn Edger Plastic Cutters
1 12 ga. Single Shot Gun,
S Assorted Hand Tools
1 22 Single Shot Rifle
1 Plastic P.V.C. Cutter New
1 New 12 Vt. Battery
1 7 1/4' Electric B & D Saw
S1 Battery Charger
1 2 Wheel Dolly
S1 JigSaw
4 Aluminum Lawn Chairs
S1 E-Z Go White Golf Cart
1 14' Fiberglass Chanute Boat
1 Small Garage Refrigerator
2 Machetes
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OR SHERIFF'S DEPT. 227-1115


Wewa tied the game at 13-13
on their next possession when
Quarterback Champ Traylor
capped off a 59 yard, 10 play
drive with a one yard run off the
quarterback keeper. The extra
point try failed and the score
remained tied at 13-13 with 4:53
remaining in the third quarter.
Bristols Duane Mathis struck
early in the fourth quarter. this
time returning a Gator punt 79
yards for his third touchdown of
-the evening and giving Bristol a
20-13 lead in the game.
With time running out late in
the fourth quarter Wewa needed a
big play to stop a 33 yard field
goal try.by Bristol and get the ball
in scoring position with just over
two minutes on the clock. W. T.
Wills and the Gator defensive
front provided just that break
when Bristol faked the field goal
try and fumbled the ball as the
Gator defense closed around
them. Wills scooped up the fum-
ble and returned it to Bristol's 22
yard line with 1:58 remaining in
the game.
Runs by Mincy and Traylor
moved the ball to the Bristol six
yard line, but a Gator fumble on
fourth and goal from the six yard,
line with :09 seconds remaining
stopped the Gators' chance to
force the game into a tie breaker.
DefensivelyL
Justin Jackson: led :the
defense with 11 tackles, followed
by Ike Mincy with 10 and Amp
Hill,' 8.
Offensively
Ike Mincy led all rushers with.'
18 carries for 159 yards with


PSJ High Girls
Cross Country
:The Port St. Joe High School
girls' cross country team traveled
to Wewahitchka this past
Saturday and came away with a
fourth place finish in the Gator
Invitational. Running first for the
Lady Sharks was Jessica Hill who
finished in 14:07, beating the old
school. record by 32 seconds.
Gena Johnson. with a personal
best time of 14:27, also broke the
old record.
"Other runners and thelit
-.,imes were: Stephanle_.Maxwell__
(15:06): McClaine Howse (15:07):
Anna Reynolds (15:44); LaTrika
Quinn (16:27); Katie Kilbourn
(16:37); and Emily Thompson
(16:39). Jessica, Gena and
McClaine all recorded new per-
sonal bests.
Girls' cross country coach
Vernon Eppinette said. "Our top
three or four girls are where they
need to be, but If our other girls
don't pick up the work and effort
we won't reach our goal of qualify-l
Ing for the state finals In
Jacksonville."
The Lady Sharks' next race
will be Saturday, November 16 at
the StL Joe Country Club where
they will attempt to qualify for
state at the District l Champion-
ships.

Pee Wee Football
Begins In Wewa
There will be a pee wee foot-
ball meeting held at the.
Community Center in Wewahitch-
ka on Thursday, November 7th
(today) at 5:00 p.m.
There will be a discussion of
rules and regulations and insur-
ance matters. All interested play-
ers and parents are encouraged to
.attend and show your support for
the 1997 season. A sign-up sheet
will be available for children ages
eight to 12.

DI I1^1-1^--- ^^^^^^


George Sheresh
George Sheresh, 75, of
Wewahitchka, passed away
Wednesday, morning, October 30
in Bay Medical Center following
an extended illness. Mr. Sheresh
was a resident for over 30 years,
and had served in the Army and
the Air Force for 17 years before
coming here. He was a member of
the First Baptist Church of Wewa-
hitchka.
Survivors include his wife,
Rossie Sheresh ofWewahitchka; a
daughter, Betty Jo Holmes; two
granddaughters, Lynn Holmes
and Karen Duke; and one great-
grandson, Matthew Wayne
Holmes, all of Donalsonville,
Georgia.
The funeral service was held
at 10 a.m., C.D.T., Friday at the
First Baptist Church of Wewa-
hitchka, 'conducted by Rev. Mike
Stroud. Interment followed in the
family plot in Roberts Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter Funeral
Home, Wewahitchka Branch
Chapel.


An unidentified Gator tackles Bristol!s quarterback for a loss as his teammates rush in to assist.


Rodney Small and Danny Voyles
adding 32 and 31 yards respec-
tively. Voyles also had two catch-
es for 16 yards. Wills had one for
29 yards and Ed Sumner, one for
15 yards.
This,Week's Game
This Friday night, November
8th,, the Gators will be on the road
to a face district foe, Robert F.
Munroe, in a must win situation.
Kick-off is set for 7:30 p.m., C.T.
Score by Quarters:
Liberty Co. 7 6 0 7 20
Wewahitchka 0 0 13 0 13
STATISTICS


First Downs
Rushes/Yds.
Passing Yards
Total Yards
Comp/Att/Int
Fumbles/Lost
Penal ies/Yards
Punts/Avg


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"'" 7' 10
2/131 38/212
20 .60
151 272
1/1/0 4/11/0
1/1. : 2/1
4/20 3/25
4/35 4/30


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you are to take your medications. And this applies equally to
those medications you can purchase without a prescription.as
well as those that your doctor prescribes for you. It is vitally
important that you know and follow the proper directions for
their use.
- If you ever have any questions about any of the medications
you use how they should be taken or what time of the day they
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Shown from left, Capt. Greg Fletcher, Eric Ramsey, Curtis
Clark, Bill Ramsey, Wesley Ramsey,.Mark Jones and David Horton.
Kneeling is Austin Horton. The group caught this mess of grouper,
snapper and scamp while fishing aboard the "Never Enough" last
Friday.

This Week's Area: Fishing Report


The wind finally stopped"
blowing on Monday and the kings
were stll hitting good. Several 20
to 40 pounds kings were landed
along with good patches of eight
to 15 pound kings.


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Bottom fishing was very good
with good catches of grouper, red
snapper, black snapper, and trig-
ger fish. The amberjack have
moved back onto some of the
reefs and wrecks.
The cool weather that moved
in on Saturday will cause 'the
specks to bite much better.
The wind and temperature is
not as predictable this time of the
"year as usual and all. fishermen :
should be extra careful about
their clothing and the wind while
on the water.
Good Fishing! Captain Chuck
Gullford Charisma Charters
Trout Tourney
Winners Named
Eckley Sander of Presnell's
Bayside Marina recently present-
ed Ross Terry of Pensacola with a
$500 check and trophy for his
first place trout weighing four
pounds, 11 ounces.
Taking second and third
place honors was Kelly Johnson
of Panama City with trout weigh-
ing four pounds, five ounces and
three pounds, 11 ounces.
Johnson received trophies and a
$250 check for his efforts. :


Sharks Lose Close One, 26-23


Jefferson County scored two
fourth quarter touchdowns, over-
coming Port St. Joe's 10 point
lead to clinch the District 2-3A
Championship. But, the Sharks'
are not out of the playoff hunt yet.
They finish off their season with
two district games against
Blountstown and Florida High.
The Sharks had the early
momentum when Charlie lanford
recovered a mishandled Jefferson
County snap on their second play
from scrimmage. On fourth down,
nine yards to go, quarterback
Jarred Patterson rolled out of the
pocket and hit Cameron Likely on
a pass for 18 yards giving the
Sharks first and goal from the
seven yard line. Tyson Plttman
capped off the Shark's 27 yard
drive with a two yard touchdown,
Brian Jenkins', extra point was
good and gave the Sharks an early
7-0 lead.
But, Jefferson County
bounced right back with a 63'
yard drive of their own to tie the
game 7-7 with 1:36 left in the first
quarter.
Port St. Joe came right back
with a drive of their own. Tyson
Pittman put together 76 yards 'on
the ground including a 57 yard
run that put the Sharks down on
the five yard line. Pittman scored
on second down from the five yard
line and Brian Jenkins' kick gave
.the Sharks a 14-7 lead with 9:42

left in the second quarter.
Cameron Likely intercepted a
Jefferson County pass to stop the

Purple Pack Places
Second Saturday
Last Saturday, the boys' cross
country team competed In the
Gator Invitational cross country
meet In Vewahitchka. where 70
runners from six schools took
part in the meet.
In the team competition,
Class 3A #1, ranked, Pensacola
Catholic placed first overall with
51 points. Port St. Joe: (64) placed
second and was followed by Wewa
(Class 2A #1 ranked), Maclay,
North Florida Christian, and
Florida High.
In the individual competition,
Gabe Clark of Port St. Joe placed
first. His time of 16:00 estab-
lished a new course record. He
was followed by Ted Howell of
Marianna (16:06) and ThureCaJir
of Maclay (16:09). ~ ,
Other members of the team
who competed in the meet were:'
Germain Clark, sixth (16:29).
Keion McNalr, 14th (17:09). Nick
Sweazy, 21st (17:16), Chad
Thompson, 22nd (17:17), Eric
Sellers, 27th (17:52), Rod Givens,
31st (18:05), Jeff Schwelkert,
43rd (19:04). Clay Smallwood,
54th (20:09), Travis Wright, 58th
(20:46), Josh Haddock. 61st
(21:23). Adam White, 63rd
(21:24), Evan Fettlnger. 65th
(22:29), and Drew Tuten. 66th
(22:35).
This was the Purple Pack's
best meet of the season Nine run-
ners recorded new personal bests:
the team time of 84:11 estab-
lished a new school record; and
Clark set a new'course record.
"This was our last regular
season meet and the team has
really performed well each week.
Now we can focus on both the dis-
trict and state meet," said Coach
Scott Cowan.
Upcoming District Meet
On November 16, Port St, Joe
High School will host the District
I-3A Championships at St.
Joseph Bay Country Club.


Charlie Lanford (30) dives to try and cover the second of two fumbles by the Monticello TigersFriday
evening. Early in the game he recovered a fumble by the Tigers, setting up the first points of the game.


Tigers; however, a Shark fumble
gave the ball back to Jefferson
County.
Jefferson County took the
momentum from the fumble and
turned it Into a seven play, 51
yard drive for a touchdown. The
Tigers failed on their two point
conversion attempt making the
score 14-13.
Port SL Joe got the ball back
on their own 20 yard line with
4:06 left in the half. Tyson
Plttman put together three runs
for 27 yards and Cameron Likely
had a six yard run and a nine
yard reception. With five seconds
left in the half, Brian Jenkins
kicked a 39 yard field goal to give
the Sharks a 17-13 lead at half-
time
Late in the third quarter. Port
St. Joe's Charlie Lanford inter-
cepted a screen pass at the 40
yard line and returned It 39 yards
to the one yard line. The Tigers
stopped the Sharks three plays in
a row, but on the fourth down
Tyson Pittman fumbled the ball at
the goal line and Jesse Colbert
recovered the ball in the end zone
'for a- tduthdown: "The Sharks
failed on the two point conversion
attempt, but they lead 23-13 with
11:52 left In the fourth quarter.
Despite Port SL Joe's 10 point
lead, the Tigers didn't give up.
Jefferson County drove 65 yards
In 10 plays for their third touch-
down of the night. Jesse Colbert.
blocked the extra point ,and the
Sharks kept a 23-19 lead with
7:34 left in the fourth quarter. ..
The Sharks went three and
out on their next possession and
punted the ball back to Jefferson
County. The Tigers drove the ball
back down the field again for
another touchdown which gave
them a 26-23 lead with 2:19 left
in the game. ,
An interception with i:33
remaining sealed a Jefferson
County victory and the District 2-
3A Championship.
Offensively
Tyson Pittman led the Sharks
offensively with 17 carries for 139
yards and Brian Jenkins had six
carries for 19 yards. Cameron
Likely had three catches for 27
yards and James Daniels had one,
for 22 yards. Jarred Patterson
was five for nine passing for 49
yards and one Interception.


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,Doyle Crosby led the defense
with 11 tackles, followed by Tyson
Pittman with nine, one for a loss;
C. J. Jones had nine; Charlie
Lanford had eight, with a fumble
recovery and an interception; Jim
Falson had seven tackles and one
sack; and Jermaine Peterson had
eight tackles.
This Week's Game
This Friday night, November
8th the Sharks will face district
rival Blountstow on their home
turf as the student body, alumni,
and community members cele-
brate Homecoming. Kick-off is at
8:00 p.m., E.T.
Score by Quarters:
Port St. Joe 7 10 0 6 23
Jefferson Co.' 7 .6 013 26
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PSJ
First Downs 8
Rushing Yds. 34/164
Passing Yards 49
Total Yards 213
Comp/Att/Int 5/9/1
Fumbles/Lost 2/1
Penalties/Yards 4/20
`Punts/Avg 4/28.2


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Gulf County Schools Honor Rolls


Fifth grade-Brittany Alford,
Tommy Curry, Brian Jones,
Caycee Kennedy, Randi Sasser,
Stephen Tarantino, and Preston
Wigsten.
Sixth grade-James Daniels,
Susan Ellmer, Coleen Falbe,
>Margaret Gibson, Mathew Rose,
and Aaron Watson.
.Students who earned "All
A's and B's" were as follows:
Third grade-Lanetta Bell,
Canda Borden, Candace Branch,
Stephen Dykes, Nicole Ford,
Daniel Hacker, Leann Hinson,
Katie Hoffman, Misty Kaufman,
Amy Kennedy, Kyle Kennedy;
Brittany Kropp. Ashton Larry,
Kayleigh Lewis, Chaney McArdle,
Victoria McCall, Anna McFarland,
Brylecia McGowan, Erika McNair,
: Jessica Mock, Justin Motley,
.Shelley Naylor, Jordan Todd,
Chris Watson, Andrew White, and
Chandler Williams.
Fourth grade-Teresa Bailey,


Eyslee,. Everett Gant, Lacheryl
Garland, Jamie Haddock, Shanna
Hammock, Olivia Kumarickal,
Charles Lanford, Cameron Likely,
John Ludlam, Michael Mahaffey,
Jennifer Martini Jolynne Parker,
Bridgette Price, Melanie Quinn,
Elana Rees, Christopher Richard-
son, Adrian Richbourg, Eric
-Sellers, Bryan Simon, Nicholas
Sweazy, Macie Tapper, Andre
Thomas, Karen Thomas, William
Todd, Pamela Watkins,- Theresa
Whitfleld, Brian Wood, and Ryan
Yeager.


Wewahitchka

High School


Port St. Joe High School's
principal, Wes Taylor has
announced the following list of
students who have achieved the
distinction of honor roll place-
ment for the first nine weeks of
the 1996-97 school year.
Those who earned All A's
are:
Ninth grade-Erica Ailes,
Alicia Christie, 'Brardon. Davis,
Lakeythia Filmore, John Gainous,
Shelton Jeffcoat, Lacey Johnson,
Justin Kent, Clyde Lamberson,
Amanda Marquardt, Joshua
McCulley, Rachel Perrin, Rocker
Salzer, Henry Smallwood, Nicole
Smith, and Lea Todd.
Tenth grade-James Faison,
Tracey Fitzgerald, Meredith
Godfrey, Meredith McNeill, Julia
Six, Tracy Watkins, Lindsay
Williams, and Nathan Wisdahl .
Eleventh grade-Stanley
Brant, Acacia Clark, Sabrina
Hanson, Stephanie Lawrence,
Jarred Patterson, Amanda
Phillips, Natasha. Powell,' Jeffery
Schweikert, Emily Thompson,
Jodie Wear, Casey White, and
Case Williams.
Twelfth grade-Amy Buzzett,
Karen Clark, Jesse Colbert, Carrie
Davis, Karen Falbe, Audrey
,Franklin, Robbi Funderburk,
. Michael Groh, Gena Johnson,
Jada Kirksey, Tina Klope, Kayce
Knox, Tasheka Langston, Kristy
Lowry, Terri Martin, Stephanie
Maxwell, Priscilla Medina.
Matthew White, Stefanie Wibberg,
Eric Wisdahl, Christy Wood, and
Misty Wood.
Those who earned All A's
and B's are:
Ninth grade-Ashley Adkison,
Elizabeth Bellew, Byron Butler,
Christiana Butler. Connie Combs,


ort St. Joe

Elementary
SGerald Lewter, principal of
Port St. Joe Elementary School,
has released the names of stu-
dents who attained the distinction
of placement on the first grading
periods honor rolls.
Students who earned "All
A's" were as follows:
Third grade-Jenna Chesser,
Elizabeth Gibson, Elizabeth
Kilbourn, Emily Raffleld, Leah
Taylor. Misty Tomlinson, Jessie
Weimorts. and Lauren Wells.
Fourth grade-Sheena Bell,
Nikkitta Bobzlen, Anna Godwln.
Chad' Lucas. Jonathan Roney,
Jesslyn Rose, Jessica Ross,
Samantha Sadler, Anna Salter,
Calsey Spriggs, Rachel Sweazy,
and Megan Todd.


Kevin Conoley, Roberta Enes,
Melissa Hatcher, Kathryn Holmes,
Candice Kennedy, Anna Kirkland,
Tyler Lane, Julie Lanford, Jerry
Lee, Robert Lindsey, Kareta
Monette, Randall Moore, Temika
Pace, Daniel Parker, Randall
Phillips, Nelkole Rdyster, Alicia
Sanders, Rena Seymour, Ashley
Stephens, Ryan Stephens, Jes-
sica Summers, Lennon Thiel,
Jessica VanSweringen, Rachel
Watson, and Rebecca Woodman.
Tenth grade-Samantha
Ambrose, Michael Bearden, Nicole
Bellinger, Jenny Brock, Jennifer
Butler, Rhett Butler, Rebekah
Cope, Anna Duren, Jason
Gainnie, April Godwin, Dalia
Hamilton, Jessica Hill, Rikki
Johnson, Wade Kennington,
Norman Martin, Rachel McCroan,
Andrew O'Barr, Farica Quinn.
Emma Salchow. Wendy Sander,
Janah Strickland, -James
Teneyck, James Terry, Donna
Thomas, and Kiki Williams.
Eleventh grade-Kyle Adki-
son, Ernest Antley. William
Bryant. Seth Campbell, James
Caswell. Jennifer Dickson, Jere-
my Dikon. Robble Dixson, Christy
Gay. Kevin Green. David Griffin.
Benjamin Haddock. Amanda Ha-
ney. Sara Hayden, James
Heinemann, Sheila Hightower.
Quint Klingbeil, Kimberly Lam-
berson, Benjamin McCroan,
Angel Mullins, Dorothy Mullls.
Krlsta Nobles, Leontine Ross,
Jason Shoaf, Splchael Stallings,
Gretchen Stevens. Gregory
Summers, Adrian West, and
Donnie Young.
Twelfth grade-Latakka Barnes,
Ronlsu Bird, Crystal Causey,
Gabriel Clark, Germain Clark,
Doyle Crosby, John Davis. Tiffany


Larry Mathes, principal of Shanna Barnes, Randolph
Wewahltchka Jr.-Sr. High School, Branson. Travis Burge. Kimberly
has released the following names .. Burkert, Caroline Capps, Lacy
of students wio are on the' first Carter, Beth Cordova, Ryan Craig,
nine weeks' honor roll. Lacey Franklin, Justin Hammock.
Those students whose names Jake Howse, Coy Knox, Kyle
are followed by an *earned "All Livingston, Lacey Lowery,
A's" for the grading period. Michelle Mathews. Jarrod
Seventh grade: Lindse McArdle. Kenny McFarland,
Carter, Nicholas Chan*. Joshua Danielle Myrick, Jake Owens.
Conley*. James Destifino, Spring Whitney Park. Kyle Pickett. Johna
Hall, Tnya Hall, Cerelle Hanesp Pittman. Charissa Powell. Sandra
Hal Tona Hall, Cerelle Hanes, Roney. Judi Ann Saas, Savanna
Ryan Martin. Kimberly McMillion. Smith. Ji Ann and Terranae
Christina Stroud. Joshua Webb, Si Wotllardan Wd, and ran
Jennifer Williams, and Jeffrey Wotillard.n
Yoder. Fifth grade-Collins Abrams,
Eighth grade: Colby Becky Belin, Jessica Bland.
Anderson, Renee Ardire, James Ashby Davis. Micah Dodson.
Bailey, Jeremy Cain, Crystal Victor Evans, Jessica Ford, Molly
Daniels, Victor Easter, Rosanna Garrett, Kale Gulllot. Ashley
Ensley*. Nicholas Hall. Teresa Haddock, Lesley Hall. Lyndsey
Jackson*, Kristin Jones. Tera Hill. Moses Medina. Melissa
Kent, Patrick Kerrigan*. Nixon, Will Simon. B. J.
Stephanle Kramer. Justin Strickland. Cody Strickland.
Marshall. Myron May, Stefanie Allison Walther, Josh Watkins.
McDanlel, Joseph McLemore, and Melody Zimmerman.
David Ortiz, and Christina Sixth grade-Alisha Barber.
Williamson. Tessa Collins. Julia Comforter,
Ninth grade: Roxann Adklns, Addam Duke. Angela Fisher,
Brandy Ake. Mellssa Babb. Sarah Patrick Fitzgerald. Aaron Hamm,
Bailey. Reginald Boule, Sarah Chris Hendricks, Jolie Hogan,
Carter. Crystal Collins, Silvia Jessica Howard, Carla Johnson,
Daniels, Andrew Davis*. Dawn Ryan Laine, Tessi Layfleld,
Gortman. Timothy Harvey. Terrance Matthews. Andrew
Pamela Holmes, Renece Jackson. Perrin, Christopher Perrin. Bobby
Russell Knee*. Daniel Miller, Phillips, Dustin Powell, Jennifer
Stephen Price, Rocky Traylor, Raffeld, Michael Roney, Zack
Jonilyn Whittington, and Joe Roney, Bryan Thomas, Cheyne
Green. Todd, Jessican Sherrill. Tyler
Tenth grade: Stephanle Ake, Weimorts. and Bobby White.
Amanda Atchison,. Kelly .
Forehand. Kristi Gay, Jesse H T7*
Johnson. Philip McClellan., i. ll V ie
Victoria 'MdClellUaih A' il Parker, i ....
^ Amy'd -': Clair. Chainpi1ar V f* on Ur
and Jennifer Williams. J iInveI L4y
Eleventh grade: Holly Atkins*, Catherine Barfeld, principal
Jennifer Barnes*. Joshua at Highland View Elementary
Baxley. Jessica Davis. Rita School would like to announce
Dietz*, Crystal Hand. Ashley the honor roll for the first nine (9)
Hanlon. Christina Hardy. James weeks of school:
Harrell. Lloyd Husband*,:.
Dorothea Ley, Ashley Lister*. ALL A's:
Mandy Little, Jasmine McMillion*, Third grade-Thomas Boone,
Ike Mincy*. Tammy Nunnery. Marvin Darna. and Kelly
Amy Qwens*, Almee Pridgeon, Galloway.
Diana Taunton. Eeva Urrio*,
Jason Ward, and Joseph Fourth grade-Andrea Gaylor,
Whilleld*. .Lindsay Howell. and Aaron Little.
Twelfth grade: Jeannie Fifth grade-Meggle Boone
Askew. Judith Birmingham*, and Brittany Crocker.
Gary Bridges, Brandon Brogdon, Sixth grade-Danielle Barnes,
-Charles Cole. Amanda Davis*. Claire Galloway, Jerrid Pippin,
Holly Floyd, Shemekie Hands. and Traci Richardson.
Matthew Holmes, Sherrie Jones,
Margaret Kelsoe, Matthew ALL A's & B's:
Holmes. Sherrie Jones. Margaret Third grade-Bridget Bryan,
Kelsoe, Jennifer Lassiter. Jeffery Sarah House. Heather Lee. and
Mullls. Michael Nunnery, Jennifer Allsha Chavous.
Oaks, Carina Patterson, Nemanja Bruce Ber
Rodich*. Amber Rowland. Jose Fourth grade-Bruce Ber-
Salas-Vernis, Rodney Small, Roy danger. Myllssa Brake, Nick
Striplln, Kalyn Studley, Edward Hunter, April Middleton. Whitney
Sumner, Adam Taunton. Douglas 'Nixon, and Sissy Smith.
Tillman, Danny Voyles, and Fifth grade-Ashley Cloud,
James Wilson*.


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First Fall Festival Raises Cool Cash For Lake Alice Park Project
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S me wewanutcnha inamber
Of Commerce held its first Fall
Festival Saturday, November 2 at
Lake Alice Park in Wewahitchka.
Even though there was early


morning ram, lots of wina ana
very cool temperatures, the day's
events were still a great success
and were enjoyed by all who at-
tended. This festival was planned


-- -
Priscilla Borders was the main attraction at the Fall
Festival as she celebrated her I 00th birthday. Mrs. Borders
was presented with a huge birthday cake, shown in the
photo above, by Carolyn Husband, festival chairperson.


NOTICE OF IMPOUNDED ANIMALS
November 4, 1996
To reclaim animals contact the Port St. Joe
Police Department from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
DATE OF
DESCRIPTION SEX PICK-UP' LOCATION
Medium Brown Dog Male 10/30/96 5th & Long
Medium.Red Chow Male 11/04/96 Dropped Off
Small Calico Cat Unknown 11/04/96 At Pound
"No Collar on Animals 1ic November4 1996






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Comprehensive Plan.



DONALD MINCHEW,
CITY MANAGER
11/7,11/14


to assist with the U und raising et-
forts for final planning stages.
The cost of the playground and
further improvements to the park
are estimated at approximately


$50U,UUU.UU.
The total amounts raised
from the festival, related raffles,
auction and ticket sales were not
available as of press time, but ac-
cording to Carolyn Husband, fes-
tival organizer, funds have al-
ready been received and
deposited totaling over $8.500.00
Into the Park Playground fund. A
full recap of the Park Playground
fund will be given next week
showing a total recap of the dona-
tions received to date, as the total
In the project account is ap-
proaching $30,000.00. with more
donations coming in everyday.


Sheriff McKeithen mounts his trusty steed and takes up
his dip net to retrieve the winning duck.


Cheryl Allison is presented
with her $1,000, cash, by Caro-
lyn Husband, for winning first
prize in the 'Duck Drop".
P.S.-She also received a
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. had been pre-sold to parties were-
dropped onto a floating target on
Lake Alice. People were seen ilew-
ing this event all around the
banks of the lake, hoping that
their duck would be the winning
duck. Festival organizers were
Just hoping :and praying that a
duck::would hit and stay on the
"Duck" tape that had been placed
on the bull's eye on the target. At
approximately 2:10. after making
one test drop to check the wind
and the draft, the ducks were
dropped, and believe it or not,
only one duck actually hit 'the,
bull's eye and stayed on the tar-
get-which with Saturday's wind,
! was a miracle of, its own. The
duck was then removed by Gulf
SCounty Sheriff Frank McKeithen
and brought to Carolyn Husband
who then matched the winning
Number to the tickets sold. Che-
i ryl Allison of Wewahitchka was
the grand prize winner of
1 $1,000.00. Ms. Allison stated that
she thought that little duck must
Shave dropped from heaven.
At 4:00 Cow Chip Bingo was


held, as on-watchers looked and
cheered for the well fed steer to
drop his first "chip" on their
square. Approximately 40 min-
utes later, the cow performed this
task and the winning square be-
longed to Champ Traylor who
won the $500.00 cash prize.
A good time was had by one
and all as everyone enjoyed a


great time together and all
worked towards the goal of ob-
taining the necessary funds to
construct the park in the spring.
Festival Organizer and Cham-
ber President Carolyn Husband
wishes to express her sincere
thanks to all who assisted in this
endeavor and making it the suc-
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Festival A


Big Success
A large crowd is
shown braving the chilly
weather Saturday ,after-
noon at the Fall Festival
on the shores of Lake
Alice in Wewahitchka.
Many activities were held
throughout the afternoon
to raise funds to further
S. develop the Lake Alice
SPlayground. A theme
such as is exhibited by
Under the Oaks in Parker
is planned for the idyllic
lakeside recreational
facility.
In the bottom photo a
Helicopter hovers over
Lake Alice as it releases
S ducks in the Duck Drop,
...:, .. with the winner receiving
$1,000.
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BEST FOOT FORWARD
By: Dr. Stephen J. Gross, Podiatrist


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also can adise elsewhere on the body.
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Veterans Day
Dinner In Wewa
In homespun twill they faced
their deadly duty on Concord
Green, on Bunker Hill and at
Valley Forge. In contrasting
-shades of blue and grey, they
fought each other to cure a deep
division in the American soul.
In soldier's khaki, Navy blue,
and Marine green, they fought in
two world wars ... unassuming
heroes in search of an elusive
lasting peace .. and their sons
and daughters fought again in
Korea and Vietnam-their grand-
children in the Persian Gullfand
Bosnia. They stood to the colors
when their nation called. They are
America's veterans. Veterans Day,
November 1 I th Is their day!
The- Ladies A uAil.ary to V.F.W.
Post 8285 in Wewahitchka will be-
1 saluting and honoring all veter-
ans in our area with a covered
dish, pot luck sit down dinner, on
Veterans Day, November I1.
The dinner will be held at the
senior citizens center on River
Street in Wevta at 6 p.m. Veterans
and their spouses are invited to
attend. There is no cost for this
dinner.
If you need further informa-
tion, please contact .Ann. Mann,
Auxiliary President at 639-2443.

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The deadline for accepting
applications. Friday, November
15th. Is fast approaching.,,
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'96-'97

Shark Ti
By: Stefanie Wibberg
The Sharks football team
faced a disappointing fourth quar-
ter 26-23 loss Friday night to
Jefferson Courty. The Sharks will
play Blountstown Friday :night
beginning at 8:00 p.m. The game
will cap off a week of fun-filled.
activities in celebration of
Homecoming 1996.
Everyone come out
and support the
Sharks, and witness'
the presentation of
the court and crown-
ing of'this year's
queen.


P.O.P.S. Club Has

Projects Ongoing
The P.O,P.S. Club at Port St
Joe High School is off to a good
start for the 1996-97 school year.,
The goal ofthe club is to be a pos-
itive influence in the school and
community.
This year's members are led
by Christy Wood, president; Misty
Wood, vice president; Karen
Thomas, secretary; and Rene
Weeks, treasurer. Several. club
activities will focus on Jan Nobles'
kindergarten classat Port St. Joe
Elementary School, whom the
P.O.P:S. Club has "adopted."
Six club members visited the
kindergartners on Thursday,


Jonathan Raker Is The 2nd
Grade "Student Of' The Weel'i
April Bidwell chose Jonathan
Raker, the eight year old son of
Donna Raker as the "Student of
the Week". His favorite things to
do are play and run. When he
grows up, Jonathan would like (o
be a policeman. He says that it.
looks like fun on T.V, He likes to
play with Dustin and Terrence.
His favorite color is blue, and -_
he would like to visit Disney
World. Mrs. Bidwell says this
about Jonathan: "Jonathan is a
wonderful student. He is helpful
and loves to learn." Jonathan will
receive a free pizza from Howle's
Pizza Kitchen. Congratulations!
Kim The 'Nurse
Along the way in life, we often
pick up useful tidbits of Informa-
tion. Kim Whitfield's mother-in-
law, Kay Whitfield, told her of
being at the ER at Bay Medical-
and assisting a patient with a bro-
ken arimby asking the nurses if
she could please have a.pillow. It
helped the pain immensely.
When fourth grader, Brandy,


October 24, to share drug preven-
tion materials with the students
as a part of "Red Ribbon Week"
activities. Members also assisted
Mrs. Nobles' class with the Fall
Festival on Saturday,;October 26,
as their "Make a Difference Day"
project.
The P.O.P.S. Club also spon-
sored a contest at the high school
during Red Ribbon Week (October
23-31). Fifteen red ribbons with
drug prevention messages on
them were hidden around the
school. The fifteen students who
find the ribbons with the help of
the club's clues will be treated to
.a pizza party at lunch on October
S 31... ; ...... ,
The Thanksgiving and Christ-
mas seasons will be further


Little broke heir arm at school,
Kim. the nurse, remembered the
part about the pillow and quickly
offered one to Brandy. Again, it
eased the pain. If there is a moral
to, this, it would be to pay atten-
tion to everything as you go on
your life's Journeyl
Make A Difference
The Optimist Club in Wewa
made a difference for us one
'morning last week. For a break-
!fast treat, the Optimists bought
us doughnuts and orange juice. It
was much appreciated.
Former principal and teacher,
Madge and Hugh Semmes, made
a difference to my family and me.
She called to say they would have
supper cooked for us Monday
night. That was the nicest sort of
sharing on Make a Difference day.
When I went down to pick up
Sour supper of Mexican casserole.


From the Principal of

Wewahitchka


High School

by Larry A. Mathes

DID YOU VOTE? yard line, but; the Gators couldn't
If you didn't, I don't want to put it in the end zone before time
hear from ,you. Don't gripe, com- expired.
plain, etc., .because you don't The Gators, who travel to dis-
have the right to do so if you gave trict foe R. F. Munroe Friday night
up your right to vote. That just (in Quincy) for a 6:30 game, can
makes you an observer, and still advance in the playoffs, but
whatever happens, good or bad, is must, beat Munroe and
your reward. If you did vote and .Apalachicola to do so.
you candidate didn't win, you at A large group of L.C.H.S. fans
least have the right to say "see I helped swell our- crowd to the
told you so" if things don't go well! largest in several years, excepting
Regardless, it's all over, thank the St. Joe games. I'm afraid their
goodness, and now it isr time to crowd might have exceeded ours,
get back to work and t to sup- but regardless, it made for a great
port our elected officials when you game and a good gate-and we
can. Many have won jobs that need itl
may be impossible to,perform to Cross country district comes
your expectations khext week. Outr boys expect to
Friday night a 75. yard punt; make a strong showing, and our
return late in the fourth quarter' : girls will also, even though they've
spoiled a second half comeback not had the help of Holly Atkins
by the Gators and presented who has been injured all season.
Liberty County with a 20-13 win Holly was on her way to great
and a probable district champi- things until a foot injury sidelined
onship. : ". her in the state track meet last
W. T. Wills almost saved the spring.
day by picking up a fumble on a Basketball teams are tuning
fake field goal and running about' up. WHS expected to field six dif-
70 yards before being hauled ferent teams this year, so if you
down from behind around the are asked to help, please do what
Liberty County High School 20 you can. Thanks.


program to her class during
ek"
opportunities for P.O.P.S. stu-
dents to make a difference. They
plan to conduct a canned food
collection project to assist the
Ministerial Association with food
baskets for needy families, and to
participate in Department of
Children arid Families' "Wish
Upon a Star" program to provide,
Christmas presents for needy
children.


To fund all' these projects
P.O.P.S. members hold daily
doughnut sales each morning
before school. The members
express their thanks to the stu-
dent body who support their-:
efforts. Club members are learn-
Ing that it is very rewarding to
make a positive difference in the
lives of others.


homemade rolls, jello salad, and
hot dog cake, Ihad a dead bat-
tery! Then, we reloaded the food
in Madge's car and'she took me
Some. So, the Semmes gave me
another Make a Difference sur-
prise!
October Hoopla,
We had sweets galore last
week as the Otober Hoopla host-
esses served us dessert at our
lunch time. Thanks' to Sharon ;
Owens, Melanie Hinote, Joyce"
Quinn, i. April. Bidwell. 'Tracy.
Bowers, Kim Ludlam, Judi Lister,
and Doris Jean Whitten for the
vast assortment of cakes, pies,
and candies, all fat-free, of
course.
How's That Again?
During our phonics lesson In
third grade, the question was
asked about where our alphabet
came from. Johnny Jones said,
"Ramona", then he quickly
responded with the correct
answer, "Romans". He said, "I was
just thinking about RAMONA
QUIMBY, AGE 8. A book we had
read in class. '
Trish Warriner And The AHA
Faculty meetings can be a lot
of fun, too. Take, for Instance, the
.day when Trish Warriner was part
of the program. Trish. represent-
ing the American Heart Associa-
tion, was on hand to give us facts
and figures'about heart disease,
ways of preventing it. and about
our new materials.
These lovely kits. called
-Heart Power", were provided by :
the generous funding of the
George G. and Amelia Tapper:
Foundations along with the AHA. '
Trish even brought fat-free
snacks. She was so delightfully
sincere and her warm ways made
her a favorite. Her parents were'
known to Gulf County as compas-
sionate people.
SBook Fair
With help from people in, ur:'
community, Karen Mingeris hold-
ing a very successful "Book Fair"
:at our school. The dates are from
November 4th to 1 th.. Please try'
to let your child buy a book.
Veteran's Day Program
We're expecting a big turnout
at the veteran's program. It will be
Monday, November 11 at 9 a.m.,
CST, at the football field.
Highlights are: Gator Sound
Band, color : guard, Debbie's
Dazzlers, Dance and Flag Corps,
Chief Warrant Officer Tom
Semmes, Retired U.S. Army, cho-
rus from third grade, soloist Larry
Mathes, UMC A Capella Choir,
poems, tributes, gifts for veterans,
and a reception at the WES pavil-
ion for all performers, veterans
and their guests, and other
adults. Please show your true col-.,
ors for these people who have
made our country free.
Fall Festival
We made so much money it
had to be put in the bank because
we didn't have time to count it
before time to leave I 1 I'll have an
update next week. Thanks to all
who organized, worked, and
cleaned up.


Tip your fins to
Robbi Funderburk
dn her acceptance to
the University of
Central Florida. Way
to go Robbll
Also, congratulations go to
Karen Falbe and Robbi Funder-
burk on their nominations as the
WJHG Buffalo Rock Students of
the Week to represent Port St. Joe
High School.' :
The "Purple Pack" boys' cross
country team placed a fantastic
second in the Gator Invitational
on Saturday. Gabe Clark placed
first overall among the 70 runners
participating. Way to go
The girls' cross country team
made a great showing with their


fourth place performance at the
Gator Invitational. Special con-
gratulations to Geria Johnson and
Jessica Hill, who both broke the
school record, with Jessica setting
the new record at 14:07. Great
job, Lady Sharks.
At t e:n tion
seniors: There will be
a meeting for stu-
dents and parents
S Thursday, November
7 (tonight), at 6:00
p.m. to discuss the
class trip to Cancun.
Everyone at Port
St. Joe High School
would like to wish
guidance counselor.
Marilyn Witten, a
very speedy recovery.
The Port St. Joe Band of Gold
extends its thanks to the Band
Boosters for purchasing t-shirts
for all the students participating
in this year's band program.
The band members would like
to thank the following people for
helping in the Band of Gold con-
cession stand last Friday night:
Keith Durham, Karen and Rick
Salzei, Rhonda Thiel, "Patricia
Kallman, Denise Strickland,
Richard-and Natalie Wisdahl,
Cindy Belln, and Jerry Kelley.


Bulldog News

Port St. Joe Elementary School


Students Of The Week
Congratulations to our
"Students of the Week. .. Jacob
Gentry, Samone Smiley, Kali
CosUn, Elizabeth Gibson, Shanna
Barnes, :Caycee Kennedy. Ter-
rance Chambers and Eric Harris.
.Progress Reports --.-
Progress reports for this grad- s
ing period will be sent home on
Friday, November 15. If you
would like to6 schedule a parent/
teacher conference, please call
227-1221. .,,
Book Fair '
Our annual Book Fair will be
held November 18-21. Parents
Interested in volunteering with
the Book Fair should contact Ann
Barrier at 227-1221.
Book' Week
National Book Week will be
held November 18-24. We encour-
age you to read daly to your
child, visit your public library..
and celebrate Book Week with us.
Parents Make The Difference
Here are some tps to build
reading skills:
*Read the first part of an


I


exciting story aloud. Your child is
likely to finish it alone.
Keep a wide variety of read-
rig materials around the house-
books, magazines, newspapers,
riddles, poems and comic books.
*Let your kids see you read- .
ing for fun regularly anAi,[ki'
about what you've read. .
*If your child is struggling
with a book, take turns reading.
*Encourage your kids to read
everything they see--cereal boxes,
sports cards, advertisements and
road signs.
Collecting General Mills Tops
Our school is collecting box
tops from any General Mills cere-
als. So, lookfor the box tops for
education and send them to
, school.
Softball And Baseball Clinic
Gulf Coast Community
College is conducting a softball/
baseball clinic for girls and boys
(8- 18 years of age) on Saturday,
November 9 behind Port St. Joe
High School. Registration begins
at 8:30 a.m. with the clinic to fol-
low from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
cost is $20.


~!N7j uFEjAV


By::JoHernandez Highland View Elementary


S;: A Reminder .
If your child is involved in
selling candy for the St.
Augustine trip, please be remind-
ed that you should send It in only
on Friday so that one deposit can
be made. Please continue to sell
all the candy that you have at
home, and should you need more,
additional candies have been
ordered.
A Great' Big Thank You ...
Last week Connie Plair brave-
ly and unselfishly donated her
time tohelp Mrs. Arnold's kinder-
garten class make individual
SJack-O-Lantern pinatas! Last
Wednesday each child was able to
paint and decorate their own per-
sonal pinatas and then they were
filled with lots of Halloween good-
ies. Thanks again, Connie, for
your patience.
* Special Music Is Coming...
On November the 12th at 9
a.m., the first and second grades
will be presenting a musical pro-
gram. The program is under the
direction of the following sixth
grade students: Erica Tuten,
Claire Galloway, Ashley Burkett,
and Erica Hernandez.
These students. have been
working very hard for the past fewv
months on the music and dance,
plus the background sets were all
Made by the sixth grade students
for this very special performance.
An open invitation is extended to
all parents and' friends of stu-
..dents in the first and second


grades. Please join in their cele-
bration.
S Adopt-A-Class .. .
Once again we are pleased to
announce that we have had 100%
sponsorship of our classrooms
and the library at Highland View
Elementary by some very gener-
ous and kind local businesses.
Classes and sponsors are: kinder-
garten-Showtime Video; first
grade-First United Methodist
Church Men's Club; second
grade-Emerald Coast Tire &
Towing; third gi-ade-Sharon's
Cafe; fourth grade-Wewa State
Bank; fifth grade-Parker Realty;
sixth grade-Arizona Chemical;
E.S.E.-The Treadmill; and
Library-The Star Publishing
Company.
The money donated will be
used to supplement the class-
rooms sponsored with items
needed for learning which other-
wise may not have been available
for the teachers and their stu-
dents.
"I Want To Be A..."
Last week somehow I left the
following students off the list for
kindergarten on what they would
like to be when they grow up.
Please forgive me, and here are
their wishes Chance, a fire-
fighter; Eckley, a fighter pilot;
Chanted, a swimmer; Charles, a
rocket pilot; Kyle, a flreflghter;
Megan, a cheerleader, and Andria,
a mommy. Keep reaching for the
stars and never give up. .


The Beta Club is sponsoring a
food collection drive this month.
Each student is encouraged to
bring non-perishable food Items
for Thanksgiving baskets.


Wewahitchka

Elementary

News...
By Linda Whitfield


Port St. Joe

Middle

School

News ..


BY TANYA VARNUM
"STUDENTS OF THE WEEK"
This week's "Students of the
Week" are David Mathews for the
seventh grade and Stephanie
Watson for the eighth grade.
Way to gol
THANKs BAND BOOSTERS
The Port St. Joe Band of Gold
would like to thank the Band
Boosters for purchasing t-shirts
for all the students participating
in the band program.
Also, thanks to the following
people for helping In the Band of
Gold concession stand last Friday
night: Keith Durham, Karen and
Rick Salzer, Rhonda Thiel,
Patricia Kallman, Denise Strick-
land, Richard and. Natalle
Wisdahl, Cindy Belin, and 'Jerry
Kelley.
FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK
S BY: CimRI A. EARLY
Homecoming Attendants .
S. Congratulations to Amber
Daniels and T. J. Hightower,
eighth grade students, who have
been elected as homecoming
attendants to represent Port St.
Joe Middle School.
Basketball .. Both girls
and boys basketball has officially
begun. Below you will find the
first week's schedule for both:
S GIRLS
12/2 6 pim N. Fla Christian H
12/3 6 pm ,Carrabelle A
12/5- 4 pm Wakulla H
BOYS
11/19 6pm Chlpley H
11/21 6 pm Marianna A
Please 'make arrangements to
come and support the middle
school basketball program.
pen ,Hiuse .Open
House. at Port St. Joe J-iddle
"School was a great successrOver '
150 participants were involved.
During the planned activities, the
P.T.S.O. and Athletic Booster
Club elected officers for the 1996-
97 school year, new members
were elected to. hhe School
Improvement Comm tee, a video
presentation was ade, report
cards were issued, and parents
had the opportunity to meet with
teachers.



The

Lion's Tale
The cool weather has given
everyone a needed boost. Minds
and bodies are invigorated and
hopefully, energy is being chan-
neled ihto learning activities. This
Sis the last week of our second
grading period and report cards
will be sent home Thursday,
November 14.
Also on November 14, at 7:00
p.m., Faith Christian will have its
first Tupperware party for parents
and friends. Any adults who
Should like to join us at 801 20th
Street are invited. Be sure to
bring any broken or damaged
Tupperware for replacement.
S The seventh-eighth grade lit-
erature class has been learning to
paraphrase. We want to share the
poem, "A Student's Prayer", by
John Peterson as paraphrased by
one of our students, Renee'
Vinson.
"Dear God, you know all
things. You are the Creator of our
minds. Help us learn truth and
knowledge, and to think the right
things. Help us to base our learn-
ing (So we would be wl~e and
smart) on your Holy Bible which
will show us the complete
(unchangeable) truth.
There are a lot of things in this
world to learn about, and yet we
still don't know everything. Those
who work hard to learn are in for a
great adventure. We need your
hand-to direct us.. To learn the
things you want us to learn, and
may your Spirit help ... us under-
stand all that we learn.
Let not the things we learn
make us boastful because that is
nothing compared to what ydu
know. We would think ourselves
smarter than you and go our own
way. Rather, let our learning draw
us closer to You, for all knowledge
and wisdom comes from You.
Amen."


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Gleanings


From

My Garden


By Stephen D. Cloud, Pastor of First Baptist Church, Lillian, AL


Hospitality

After preaching on the'
SBiblical concept of hospitality on
a Sunday night recently, little did
I know how soon I would have
opportunity to practice what I
preached. That very night my
phode rang late twice. Two people
from Israel had an accident In our
community. They needed a place
to stay the night. "Could they pos-
sibly spend the night in our
Christian Education and Activi-
ties Center?" I was asked. I went
across the street to unlock the
doors for them. Late at nlght, I
met two young men from Israel
named Asaph and Edan. They
were most appreciative of a place
to stay so late.
The next day came. I received
a phone message from a con-
cerned uncle in New York. Upon
returning the call, the next thing I
knew I was on a conference call to
New York and Israel, not only
talking to the uncle, but two very
concerned parents in Israel. I did
not realize how International one
could quickly get in a little cross-
road community like Lillian.
Asaph and Edan needed to
get to Foley to go to the hospital.
They needed to check on their car
and the accident report. I took
them, left them at the hospital,
and told them to call me and I
would make arrangements for
them to get back to Lillian where
they had left some of their things.
Later that afternoon, they
called and asked me to come and
get them. They spent another
night in our building. Don Baker,
a member of our church, picked
them up at 5:45 a.m. to take them
to the airport, the next day so
they could catch a plane to New
York. As I shook Asaph and
Edan's hand before they left, I
said to them, "shalom." They
smiled and "shalomed" me back.
They took pictures of me and each
of them, and once again thanked
me for all the help.
Throughout this experience,


both of these two Israeli young
men kept asking, "Why are you so
nice?" "Are all preachers like
you?" Their uncle asked the same
sort of questions. My only reply,
was, "Because I am a Christian,
and this is what Christians are
supposed to do for people who
need help." .
J They shook their heads in
surprise when I repeatedly
refused to let them pay me for
helping them. I told them, 'Who
knows, I might get stuck in Israel
"one day, and will need your help."
They laughed and assured me if
that ever happened to be sure and
call them.
During the sermon Sunday
night, I had talked about how
hospitality is more than a covered
dish and a wrinkled blanket. A
genuine extension of hospitality
can be terribly inconvenient. But


the Bible says. -The stranger who
dwells among you shall be to you
as one born among you. and you
shall love him as yourself; for yoa
were strangers in the Land of
Egypt: I am the Lord your God"
(ILeviticus 19:34 NKJV). Real love
Is always, -given to hospitality" I
Romans 12:13 NKJV).
Monday was a very busy day
made busier by two stranded
strangers from Israel. Several
times, I thought to myself with a
chuckle, "Lord. I was just preach-
ing," and, I heard that still small
voice say. "Preacher, hear thyself."
As we live, play, and work in
the lovely villages of the Gulf
Coast, as we deal with the privi-
leges and problems of our diverse
population growth, one sure prin-
ciple that can guide us all to get
along a little better is, "let there be
no strangers among us."


St. Joe Assembly Will


Welcome New Pastor


The members of St. Joe
Assembly of God would like to
invite everyone to join them In
welcoming their new pastor.


Spaghetti Dinner
Plans at St James
The vestry of St. James Epis-
copal Church is sponsoring a
spaghetti dinner. Wednesday, No-
vember 13 from 5:00 until 7:00
p.m.
Peter Rosasco, local re:
nowned'Italian chef is in charge
of preparing the dinner to be
served in Coldewey Hall. Meals
will also be available for take out.
Tickets are on sale now by
vestry members or by calling the
church office at 227-1845. Adult
tickets.are $5.00 and children 12
and under are free.
St. James Episcopal Church
is located at the intersection of
22nd Street and Marvin Avenue.


Reverend Robert Lecce. Brother
Lecce and his wife, Lois, come to
Port St. Joe from Bratt Assembly
of God in Century. Rev. Lepce has
38 years experience as a pastor.
and will be preaching the word of
God and ministering to the indi-
vidual needs of all who come.
His daughter. Robin, and her
husband are in the ministry with
Chi-Alpha Campus Ministries at
Florida State University in
Tallahassee. His daughter, Patri-
cia, and her husband are active
church leaders in Lakeland.
St. Joe Assembly of God is
located at 309 Sixth Street.
Sunday school begins at 9:45
a.m. with worship services at
10:45 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday evening' services are
at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome.

What's Free?
For free recipe brochures fea-
turing Florida seafood and aqua-
culture products, send your
request with a stamped, self-
addressed envelope to: Bureau of
Seafood' aid' "AqhcWlt'fiVL' 2051"
East Dirae. Drive TEallahaesee. FL
32310-3760, ... ....


Pumpkins, A


Distant Kin


To Squash


SiThe term'"pumppkin" refers to
certain varieties of cucurbita
pepo, which includes zucchini.
straight neck, acorn and other
summer and winter squashes. To
complicate matters even more.
some varieties of cucurbita mos-
chata. maxima and mixta are also
called "pumpkins." Local tradition
and custom often dicate that a
particular variety is a squash In
one area and a pumpkin in an-
other. Most varieties called pump-
kins have distinct differences
from squashes. Pumpkins have a
coarse, more strongly flavored
flesh. -and rinds that are softer at
maturity than the winter squash-
es but harder than the summer
squash.
Pumpkins come in many
shapes, sizes, and colors. These
differences are due not only to
the large number of named varie-
ties, but to the ease with which
pumpkins and squashes cross
pollinate.
Seeds are commonly saved by
gardeners, and seeds from these
uncontrolled crosses give rise to
further odd shapes and descrip-
tions.
-Most pumpkins are carved
into Jack-o-lanterns, to sit- grin-
ning at "trick-or-treaters" on Hal-
loween nights. A pumpkin suita-
ble' for a Jack-O-Lantern should
be'in the 10 to 30 pound range.
and be reasonably round in
shape. The base needs to be fairly
flat so that the "pumpkin head"
doesn't roll over In the night set-
ting off a candle-lit blaze. Hallo-
ween is supposed to be fun, but
not that exciting. "Connecticut
Field" is the most popular variety
for making Jack-O-Lantern. It
has many other common names
such as. Kentucky Field, Big Tom,
Indian Field, and Jack-O-
Lantern.
And, yes it has fairly decent
pie. quality, although the flesh 'is
coarser and more stringy than
the traditional "pie pumpkins".
Two other large size varieties for
carving into Jack-O-Lanterns' are
Big Max and Big Moon. For small
ones about the size of a man's
head, try funny face and spirit.
For making pies, there are
hundreds of "grandma's favorites"
out'there. They range in size from
around 2-10 pounds and, up to
the 20-30 pounders. Small sugar
is very popular, as are Cinderella,
spookie, and triple treat. Semi-.
nole, I n enpellent culinary type
wSeldpy e tlib. Cby Floisda's
Seminole tribes. Cushaw and


1601 Long Avenue Port St. Joe 229-8691
Worship Sundays at I I am. & 7 p.m.
Bible Study Sunday. at 9:45 am. & 5:45 p.m. (for.all ages)
Wednesday Chddren'i choirs 6 p.m., Children & Youth hMisions 7 p.m
Prayer & Devotion 7 p.m. Adult Praise Choir 8 p.m.
Curtis Clark, pastor
Mark Jones, minister of music and youth


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


\ / The friendly. place to worship!
First Baptist Church
Mexico Beach Jim Davis, Pastor
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Worship Sundays at 10:00 a.m. & 6 30 p.m.
Bible Study Sundays at c:00 a.m. (all ages)
Wednesday Adult Prayer & Bible Study, TeamKids (grades 1-6) at 6:30 p.m.
Please n ote, all th'ii s central!
NURSERY PROVIDED FOR ALL SERVICES

Located at 823 N. 15th St, Mexico Beach Corner ot 15th & Caliornia 648-5776



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

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor


mon Series Now in Progress,
Sermond Seres at 10'00 A.M
St..- --nda MorningS at 0:00AM: :


7 dayays


in the life of Peter
S;...a man much like yourself.


Come visit We'd love to have you!

Dr. Bill Cook Interim Pastor
Phone (904) 227-1180
Presently meeting in the First Union Bank Building
Monument Avenue. Port St Joe
Sunday Worship 10 00am and 5.00pm
Home Group Fellowships at 6.15pm
Call the number above for times and details
of these and other opportunities


Dear Counselor:
My mother is In her early six-
ties, she Is divorced, and she lives
alone. I know that it can only get
lonely in that house all by herself,
so I try to visit her as,much.as I
can. I work full-time during the
week, so I try to visit her every
Saturday.
The problem, s that when I go
to see her, the first ten or so min-
utes are fine. but then she always
seems to find something to pick
and argue about. Then we get Into
these big fights' where we say
things to hurt each other. I do not
mean the things I say, but she is
always picking. I love her dearly.
but when she acts this way. I just
want to stay away.
It is not just me she treats
this way, but also my children, my
siblings, and even her friends. We
all could be at her house having a
good time and she will ruin the
gathering with her bickering. It
has become so bad, that no one
wants or likes to visit her.
Everyone seems to have given up
on this situation, except me. I just
want a normal relationship.
Please help!
Sincerely.
Longing For Normalcy
Dear Longing.
I can see the bind you are in.
but don't give up. Staying away
from her could alienate her fur-
ther, create more loneliness for
her, and make you feel guilty.
One thing you can do is get
the family together to discuss the
problem. You can all get your


heads together and develop a plan
to approach her with this prob-
lem. Next, you may all wish to go
talk to her or elect one or two to
speak for the family. You should
be careful to present your prob-
lem with love and respect for her.
Otherwise, she is likely to receive
it as "ganging up." Remember that
you are approaching her to
resolve a problem and not to
cause more animosity. This
should be made clear to her.
If you feel that the family
gathering Is not a good idea, or
you think that there is more work
needed, then try a family coun-
selor, your local clergy, or coun-
seling on an individual basis. A
neutral person can see a lot more
than most parties involved and
can offer suggestions that you
may not have thought ofi
If you choose to go the coun-
seling route, we have trained staff
to handle your case. You can con-
tact the Gulf County 'Guidance
Clinic. Inc.. and we will be more
than happy to assist your family.
Sincerely,
Robbin N. Lowery, B.S.
Case Manager
Note: Please address your ques-
tions and comments to:
Dear Counselor, 311 Williams
Avenue, Port St. Joe. FL 32456.
Names and addresses are option-
al and will remain confidential.
Letters may be edited for length.
Urgent inquiries, and requests
for professional counseling
should be directed by phone to
227-1145.


Join Us For Worship .

Overstreet Bible Church
A Non-Denominational Church
S:.': .- Overstreet Road
Services .
Sunday School 1'0 a.m., ET
Morning Worship 11 Ia.m., ET
Evening Service. 6 p.m., ET Pastor ,Guy Labonte
Wed. Bible Study '7 p.m.ET Phone: 648-5912.


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cheese, the latter so-called due to
its slightly flattened, round de-
sign, show up often at our local
rural fairs.
These varieties do not make
good pies because they are inedi-
ble and are the so-called "mini-


pumpkins." Their main function
is to serve as theme decoration
for such occasions as Halloween
parties and Thanksgiving Feasts.

Say You Saw It In The Star!


BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
311 Columbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456

A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM EST
\ N. EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PM EST
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Discipleship Training 5:00 pm Sunday Evening
Wed. Night at 7:00 pm. Youth Group Meeting, Bible Study & Prayer Meeting
'0 taste and see that the Lord isgood: blessed is the man that trusteth in Him."
Please accept this invitation to join us in worship. God bless you!
Pastor David Nichols Church 647-5026 Home 769-8725


"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP"
_First Baptist Church
102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE
SWorship Service 8:30 am
Sunday School 9:45 am
Worship Service 11:00 am
Disciple Training 6:00 pm
Evening Worship 7:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Meeting ...6:30 pm
Gary Smith Buddy Caswell
SPastor Minister of Music & Youth j



First United Methodist Church
111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Morning Church......................9:00 a.m. CT
Church School ......................10:15 a.m. CT

CHRISTIANITY ON THE MOVE
Dr. Loule Andrews, Pastor Dr. John Anderson, Music Director
Office Phone: 648-8820 Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am 12 noon CT



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
S' ... CHURCH
i T- ,, 508 Sixteenth Street -227-1756
t SUNDAY WORSHIP .........................10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL ..............................11 a.m.
SU S l' *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 ...... 9 a.m. CDT
Worship Service 10 a.m. CDT
Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m.



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 .......................................... 1 a.m.
Sunday Evening ..............................................6 p.m.
Wednesday Evening .......................................7 p.m.



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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.
S (904)-227-1724 Choir Practice
ReV. Zedoc Baxter Wednesday .............7:30 p.m.
PASTOR Choir Director. Robin E. Downs. Jr. I





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6 p.m. Wednesday Nursery
Call 229-8310
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P. O. Box 758 *Port St. Joe, FL 32457
^ Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


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PAGE 6B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1996


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
SEPTEMBER 10, 1996
SPECIAL MEETING / PUBLIC HEARING
The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners met this date in special ses-
sion with the following members present:
Chairman Billy E. Traylor and
Commissioners Jessie V. Armstrong.
Michael L. Hammond, Nathan Peters, Jr.,
and Warren J. Yeager. Jr. Others present
were: County Attorney Tim McFarland,
Deputy Clerk Towan McLemore, Chief
Administrator Don Butler, Administrative
Assistant Debbe Wibberg, Administrator/
Emergency Management ,Director Larry
Wells, Building Inspector Richard Combs,
South Gulf County E.M.S. Director Shane
McGuffin, Maintenance Superintendent Joe
Bearden, Road Superintendent Bob Lester,
Solid Waste Director Joe Danford, and
Sheriffs Department Captain Joe Nugent.
The meeting came to order at 5:55
p.m.. E.D.T.
Chairman Traylor reported that the
purpose of this meeting is to hold a public'
hearing (pursuant, to advertisement)
regarding adoption of a supplemental bud-
get for unbudgeted funds received from
Tropical Storm Alberto. There being no
public comment, Commissioner Hammond
moved to adopt the following resolution
amending the 1995-96 budget. Commis-,
sioner Peters seconded the motion, and it
passed unanimously.
RESOLUTION NO. 96-32
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida has
additional cash from fiscal year 1994-95 in
the General Fund, and
WHEREAS, said additional cash is
needed to help pay certain expenditures to
be incurred in fiscal year 1995-96.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED as follows:
1. The 1995-96 fiscal year budget is
amended as follows:
GENERAL FUND'
REVENUES:
Cash Brought Forward Original
Revenue $599.170.00
Cash Brought Forward Amended
Revenue $659,887.00
EXPENDITU RE
Boating Improvement Projects:
Imprints. Other Than Bldgs. Original
Expense $ .00 1 ./
Imprints. Other Than Bldgs. -
Amended Expense $ 37,000.00
South Gulf County Fire Department:
Imprnts; Other Than Bldgs. Original
Expense $ .00
Imprmts. Other Than Bidgs.' -
Amended Expense $ 2.401.00
County Road and Bridge:
Imprints. Other Than Bldgs. Original
Expense $40,000.00
lImprmts. Other Than Bldgs.
Amended Expense $ 61,316.00
THIS RESOLUTION ADOPTED by the
Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners this 10th day of September
1996. (end)
There being no further business, and
upon motion by Commissioner Yeager. sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond. and
unanimous vote, the meeting did then
adjourn at 5:57 p.m.. E.D.T.
BILLY E. TRAYLOR
CHAIRMAN
ATTEST:
BENNY C. MUSTER
CLERK
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
SEPTEMBER 10, 1996
S REGUIIARMEETINo '"' 't
The. Gulf County 'Boird of' Counry
Commissioners met this dale in regular
session with the following members pre-
sent: Chairman Billy E. Traylor and
Commissioners Jessie V. Armstrong.
Michael L. Hammond. Nathan Peters. Jr..
and Warren J. Yeager. Jr. Others present
were: County Attorney Tim McFarland.
Deputy Clerk Towan McLemore, Chief
Administrator Don Buller, Administrative
Assistant Debbe Wlbberg, Administrator/
Emergency Management Larry Wells..
Building Inspector Richard Combs, South
Gulf County E.M.S. Director Shane
McGuffln. Maintenance Superintendent Joe
Bearden. Road Superintendent Bob Lester.
Solid Waste Direclor Joe Danford. Veterans
Service Officer/S.H.I.P. Administrator Bo .
Williams, and Sheriffs Department Captain
Joe Nugent.
The meeting came to order at 6:01
p.m., E.D.T.
Commissioner Hammond opened the
meeting with prayer, and Commissioner
Yeager led the Pledge of Allegiance to the
Flag.
PUBLIC HEARING / RESOLUTION-
ALLEY ABANDONMENT/BEACON HILL-
Pursuant to advertisement to hold a public
hearing to consider abandoning the alley
located in Block "14 of Yon's Addition to
Beacon Hill, no public comment was
received. Upon motion by, Commissioner
Hammond, second by Commissioner
Armstrong; and unanimous vote, the Board
adopted the following resolution closing the
alley: '
RESOLUTION NO. 96-33
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida has
heretofore acquired the below-described
alleyway for use and improvements as pub-
lic roads; and .
: WHEREAS. the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida has
determined that the interest of the County
and the public in said alleyway should be
abandoned and closed.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED that the alleyway in Block 14,
Yon's Addition. Beacon Hill. of the following
described properly is closed and the inter-
est of the public therein abandoned:
Block 14. Yon's Addition. Beacon Hill,
Flonda as appears of record in Plat Book 1,
Page 45. Public Records of Gulf County,
Florida. all being in Section 5, Township 7
South, Range II West. Gulf County,
Florida.
The County Property Appraiser is
hereby directed to place upon the tax rolls
o' the County the alleyway ,in Block 14,
Yon's Addition. Plat Book 1, Page 45, Public
Records. of Gulf County. Florida, and
described above with the owners as result-
ing by operation of law following this aban-
donment.
Notice of adoption of this Resolution
shall be published once in a newspaper for
circulation in Gulf County, Florida, and-the
proof of publication of the notice of public
hearing, this Resolution as adopted, and
the notice of adoption of' such Resolution
shall be recorded in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of this County in the
Official Records: of this County.
ADOPTED IN OPEN SESSION this-
106th day of September, 1996. (end)


PUBLIC HEARING/RESOLUTION-
ALLEY ABANDONMENT/INDIAN PASS-
Pursuant to advertisement to hold a public
-'hearing to consider abandoning the alley
located in Block O of Indian Pass Beach, no
: public comment was received. Upon motion
by Commissioner Yeager. second by
Commissioner Hammond, and unanimous
vote, the Board adopted the following reso-
lution closing the alley:
RESOLUTION NO. 96-34
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida has
heretofore acquired the below-described
alleyway for use and improvements as pub-


lie roads: and
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County. Florida has
determined that the interest of the County
and the public in said alleyway should be
abandoned and closed.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED that the alleyway in Block O,
Indian Pass Beach, of the following
described property is closed and the inter-
est of the public therein abandoned:
,Block O, Indian Pass Beach, according
to plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 1,
Page. 48, Public Records of Gulf County,
Florida.
The County Property Appraiser is
hereby directed to place upon the tax rolls
of the County the alleyway in Block 0,
Indian Pass Beach, Plat Book 1, Page 48,
Public Records of Gulf County, Florida, and
described above with the owners as result-
ing by operation of law following this aban-
donment.
Notice of adoption of this Resolution
shallbe published once a newspaper for cir-
culation in Gulf County, Florida, and the
proof of publication of the notice of public
hearing, this Resolution as adopted, and
the notice of adoption of such Resolutiori
shall be recorded in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of this County in the.
Official Records of this County.
ADOPTED IN OPEN SESSION this
10th day of September, 1996. (end)
PUBLIC HEARING/RESOLUTION-
ALLEY ABANDONMENT/INDIAN PASS-
Pursuant to advertisement to hold a public
hearing to consider abandoning the alley
located in Block S of Indian Pass Beach.
Group No., 1, no public comment, was
received. Upon motion by Commissioner
Yeager, second by Commissioner Ham-
mond, and unanimous vote, the Board
adopted the. following resolution closing the
alley:
RESOLUTION NO. 96-35
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida has
heretofore acquired the below-described
alleyway for use and improvements as pub-
lic roads; and
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida has
determined, that the interest of the County
and the public in said alleyway should be
abandoned and closed.
NOW, THEREFORE,. BE IT RE-
SOLVED that the alleyway in Block S,
Indian Pass Beach, of the following
described property is closed and the inter-
est of the public therein abandoned:
I Block S, Indian Pass Beach. Group
No. 1, as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 48.
Public Records' of Gulf County, Florida.
The County Property Appraiser Is
hereby directed to place upon the tax rolls
of the' County the alleyway in Block S,
Indian Pass Beach, Plat Book 1, Page 48,
Public Records of Gulf County, Florida, and
described above with the owners as result-
ing by operation of law following this aban-
donment.
Notice of adoption of this Resolution
shall be published once in a newspaper for
circulation in Gulf County, Florida, and the
proof of publication of the notice of public
hearing, this Resolution as adopted, and
the notice of adoption of such Resolution
shall be recorded in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of this County in the
Official Records of this County.
ADOPTED IN OPEN SESSION this
10th day of September. 1996. (end)'
RECEIVE BIDS-MAINTENANCE DE-
PARTMENT TRUCK (#9596-45)-Pursuant
to advertisement to receive sealed bids for a
3/4-ton pick-up truck for the Maintenance
Department (#9596-45). the following bids
were received: Billy Carr Chevrolet-
Chrysler.,17.752.48: Blountstown Motors,
Inc., b18.951.00; Champion Chevrolet. (I)
$16.553.50. (2)$18.697.00; Cook-While-
head Ford, Inc.. $16.020.00.
Upon motion by Commissioner Ham-
mond, second by Commissioner Armstrong,
and unanimous vote, the Board tabled
these bids for review and recommendation
by Chief Administrator Butler and
Maintenance Superintendent Bearden.
RECEIVE PROPOSALS-JAIL MED-
ICAL DIRECTOR (#9596-46)-Pursuant to
advertisement to receive sealed proposals
for a Medical Director for the Jail (#9596-
46), no bids were ceived; The Board
directed Chief Administrator Butler to con-
tact both Dr. Barnes and Dr. San Pedro
regarding their interest in this position
SEARCH & RESCUE UNITS-Carmen
McLemore presented a list of members for a
Wewahltchka Search & Rescue Unit. He
reported that equipment has been donated
to them, and he requested the Board recog-
nize them as a County entity. The Board
staled they will make a decision by the next
meeting.
AWARD BID COUNTY INSURANCE
(#9596-39)-Chief Administrator Butler
presented the following list of recommenda-
tions from the insurance committee for the
County's 1996-97 insurance coverage:
(1) Recommended the Board recognize
'Pat Thomas & Associates, Inc. as the agent
of record since that firm is associated with
Hannon Insurance Agency of Port St. Joe
and that Pat Thomas & Associates, Inc. be
awarded the Workman's Compensation.
package at the low bid of $119,762.00.
Upon motion by Commissioner
Hammond, second by Commissioner
Yeager, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved Recommendation #1.
(2) Recommended that Gaskin-Graddy
Insurance Agency, Inc. be awarded the
Buildings and Contents package at the low
bid of $9,549.56.
Upon motion by Commissioner Ham-
mond, 'second by Commissioner Armstrong,
and unanimous tole. the Board approved
Recommendation 2. ,
(3 Recommended that Florida League
of Cities, Inc.'be awarded the remaining 10
packages, as specified:
a) General Liability-at the low bid of
$19,713.00 ,
b) Automobile Package at the low bid
of $30,126.00
c) Mobile Insurance at the low bid of
$5,374.00
d) Ambulance Drivers & Attendants :
Malpractice at the only bid of $493.00
el Public Officials Errors &' Omissions
Package at the best bid of $8,065.00 (The
low bid did not include hiring, firing, or sex-
ual harassment coverage; If included, the
bid would cost an additional $9,000.00)
f) Tax Collectors' Public Employees
Honesty Bond at the low bid of $60.00
g) Tax Collectors' Money '& Securities
Bond at the low bid of $86.00
h) Clerk of Courts' Public Employees'
Honesty Bond at the only bid of $192.00
I) Clerk of Courts' Money & Securities
bond at the only bid of $197.00
j) Water System Bond at the only bid of
$334.00


Upon motion by Commissioner
Hammond. second by Commissioner
Armstrong, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved Recommendation #3 (a total of
$64,640.00 for all Florida League pack-
ages). Chief Administrator Butler reported
that the total of all awards for 1996-97 is
$193,851.56, and the total for 1995-96 was
$203,012.43.
CONSENT AGENDA-Upon motion by
Commissioner Hammond, second by
Commissioner Yeager. and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the Consent Agenda
.(after corrections), as follows:
a) Minutes August 20. 1996 Special
Meeting


August 21, 1996 Special Meeting..
August 21, 1996 Workshop Meeting
August 26, 1996 Workshop Meeting
August 27. 1996 Regular Meeting
September 3, 1996 Special Meeting.
b) Invoice Panhandle Grading & Paving;
($127,726.85 to be paid from 1995 Road'
Bond Funds)
c) Request Shirt Purchase/Cleaning -
Emergency Management (to be paid from,.
Emergency Management budget)
d) Proposal- Preble-Rish, Inc.-Cape San,
Bias Pier Project, Phase I ($10,000.00)
e) Proposal Preble-Rish, Inc.-Highland
View Boat Ramp Project ($6,000.00)
INVOICE-BEACHES WATER SYS-
TEM/ROAD PAVING-Commissioner Hamn-
mond moved to approve Invoice #1313 from
Southeastern Mechanical (in the amount of
$48,308.80) for work done on the Beaches
Water System upgrade, and Commissioner
Armstrong seconded the motion. After dis-
cussion by Commissioner Hammond that
the road paving in Highland View has been
postponed temporarily until the new water
lines are installed (so the new pavement will
not be cut), the motion passed unanimous-
ly.
INVOICE COUNTY ATTORNEY--
Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager. sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond. and
unanimous vote. the Board approved
County Attorney McFarland's billing for
August, 1996 (in the amount of 81.785.001.
ADMINISTRATOR PUBLIC HEALTH
UNIT-Upon motion;, by Commissioner
Yeager, second by Commissioner Arm-
strong, and unanimous vote, the Board
agreed to send a letter to the Department of
HRS, concurring with the appointment of
Douglas Kent as the new Administrator for
the Gulf County Public Health Unit.
CONTRACT GULF COUNTY PUBLIC
HEALTH UNIT-Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Peters, second. by Commissioner
Yeager, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved execution of the 1996-97 Gulf
County Public Health Unit contract. "
PAYROLL-COUNTY EMPLOYEES-
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Yeager, and unan-
imous vote, the Board authorized Chief
Administrator Butler to set the pay raises
for fiscal year 1996-97 for County non-bar-
gaining unit employees.
ADVERTISE BIDS GPS MAPPING
UNIT-Upon motion by Commissioner Pe-
ters, second by Commissioner Hammond,
and unanimous vote, the Board agreed to
advertise to receive bids for a GPS Mapping
Unit, as requested by Solid Waste Director
Danford.
COUNTY SIGNS-Upon inquiry, Solid
Waste Director Danford reported- that the
"Welcome to Gulf County" signs will be
posted soon.
BILLING SCHEDULE SOUTH GULF
COUNTY E.M.S./WEWAHITCHKA AMBU-
LANCE-Upon motion by Commissioner
Hammond, second by Commissioner
Yeager, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved the billing schedules for the
South Gulf County E.M.S. and
Wewahitchka Ambulance Services. as pre-
sented by South Gulf County, E.M.S.
Director McGuffin.
PROPOSED SITE VETERANS' NURS-
'iNG HOME-Veterans' Service Officer
Williams gave a report on the State's visita-
tion of Gulf County's site for the proposed
Veterans'Nursing Home. He reported that
Gulf County is one of 17 sites t be visited,
and a. determination will be made !on.
September 21st to be submitted to the
Cabinet members for their approval.
UNANTICIPATED REVENUE SHER--
iFFS DEPARTMENT-Upon motion by
Commissioner Peters, second by
Commissioner Yeager. and unanimous vote,
the Board agreed to give the Sherills
Department $1.500.00 in unanticipated
revenue they received from a settlement on
a lawsuit with Gulf County Speedway.
-GE NERATOR- OUR-THOUSEFLftw.
GIENCY,'MANAGEMENT-Em erdlget'r
agement Director Wells reported on a letter"
received from the State. notifying the Board
that they will pay a pro-rata share of the
generator (based on floor space occupied by
Emergency Management and Emergency
Management-related offices).
DONATION/ARTIFICIAL REEF-Upon
motion by Commissioner Yeager, second by
Commissioner Hammond. and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to pay the City of
Port St. Joe S5,000.00 for the Artificial Reef
Project (the City received a $25.000.00
grant and they are donating $5.000.00
themselves- with the County's $5,000.00
the project will be totally funded).
The meeting then recessed at 6:28
p.m., E.D.T.
The meeting reconvened at 6:57 p.m.,
E.D.T.
SUPPLEMENTAL CONSENT AGEN-'
DA-Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager.
second by Commissioner Hammond. and
unanimous vote, the Board approved the :
Supplemental Consent Agenda, as follows:
a) Invoice Preble-Rish. Inc. Road
Paving Bond Program (160775 $4.480.00
to be paid from Road Bond funds)
Preble-Rish, Inc. Gulf County
Stormwater Plan (#60776 $4.187.50 to,
be paid from County Planning Profession-
al Services)
Preble-Rish, Inc. Gulf County,
Zoning & Flood Maps (#60777- $3,000.00 -
to be paid from County Planning -
Professional Services)
Preble-Rish, Inc. Cape San Blas
Pier (060778 $4.000.00 to be paid from
Parks: FRDAP Grants Professional Services)
S. M. Marley & Associates -'
Topographic Survey Tucker Tract (s96G-'
1433 ,- $510.00 to be paid from Parks: '
FRDAP Grants Professional Services)
Todd Land Development Gulf;
County .Berm Construction (#2026-,
$38,000.00 to be paid from Hurricane.
Opal FEMA funds).
1995 ROAD PAVING CONTRACT/
CHANGE ORDERS-After discussion,;
Commissioner Yeager moved, to grant
Panhandle Grading & Paving a 70-dayl
extension for completion of the 1995 Road
Bond Pating contract (from September 3rd).
Commissioner Armstrong seconded the
motion. and it passed 4-1 with Commis-
sioner Hammond voting no.
Upon motion by Commissioner'
Armstrong, second by Commissioner Yea-
ger, and unanimous vote, the Board;
approved the following changes to the road
paving contract:
DISTRICT 1
Delete Loakey Lake, Oscar Holmes.
Pete's Road, Hadden Drive, Van Byrd,
Cutoff Drive, Chipola Drive, and Jehu
Cemetery Road ($74,064.00)
Highway 22 Options Add Pave to
Hayes Drive, Additional from Hayes to;
Landing, Pave Parking at Landing 1,186,
square yards ($94,792.00)
Total Change Add $20,728.00
Upon motion by Commissioner


Hammond, second by Commissioner
Armstrong, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved the following, changes to the road
paving contract:
CITY OF WEWAHITCHKA
Delete 686 Feet from First Street and '
Patch on Reid ($8,500.00)
Add Additional Paving on Reid and
25 Tons Leveling on Reid ($5,512.00)
Total Change Deduct $2,988.00
Upon motion by Commissioner Ham-
mond, second by Commissioner Armstrong,
and tinanimous vote, the Board approved
the following changes to the road paving"
contract:
SDelete Hill Circle, Taylor Street,.
2.610 feet of Cruekvlew, and K. Alderman'
Road ($39,766.00)
Add Alligator Alley ($20,754.00)


- PUBL I C.U K-OU U K E:S...


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that John H.
Edge, the holder of the following Tax Certificate,
has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. The certificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessedare as follows:
SCertificate No. 158
S-Year of Issuance: May 31, 1991
: Description of Property:
RE#01191-030
S 25 T 3 R 10 25 ft.StripAdjacent to
Lot 6Block # 3 Idlewood Subdivision. As
recorded in the. Official Record Book 98,
page 791, Gulf County, Florida.
Name in which assessed: George Thomas
Clark. c/o George T. Clark, Jr.
All of said property being In the County of Gulf,
State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be redeemed
according to )aw,.the property described In such
certificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the
front door of the Gulf County Courthouse at 11:00
o'clock, A.M., E.S.T., on Thursday, the 21st day of
November, 1996.
Dated this 16th day of October, 1996.
BENNY C. LISTER
CLERK'OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Rebecca L; Noirls
Deputy Clerk
1ik. October 24 and 31 No ember 7 and 14. 1996.
IN THE COUNTY COURT
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS
BANK OF PORT ST. JOE.
Plaintiff,
vs. CASE. NO. 96-115-CC
LAMAR CAUSEY,
Defendant.
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant toa Summary
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated September
17. 1996. and entered in Civil Case No 96-115-CC
.,f the County Court in and for Gulf Counry. where-
in CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK OF PORT
ST JOE Ls Plaintiff and LAMAR CAUSEY is the


Total Change Deduct $19,012.00
Upon request by Mary Ellen Gortman,
Commissioner Armstrong agreed to check
on the road right-of-ways on Orange Street
(in front of the Glad Tidings Assembly of
God Church).
DRAINAGE DITCH-Upon request for
a ditch in Jones Homestead to be cleared,
Commissioner Yeager requested Road
Superintendent Lester look into this matter..
STUMPHOLE PROJECT-Commis-
sloner Yeager reported that he, Chief
Administrator Butler. and Preble-Rish met
with the Department of Transportation, and
due to requirements they have, the
Stumphole Project is on hold for approxi-
mately 6 months.
PRISONER WORK CREWS-Commis-
sioner Yeager inquired about the number of
prisoners on each work crew, and request-
ed the County proceed with having 2 more
County employees certified to supervise
work crews.
BEACH DRIVING/PATROL-Commis-
sioner Yeager reported the Sheriffs Depart-
ment now has a deputy to patrol the beach-
es on a full-time basis (paid from revenue
from the beach driving permit fees). He also
requested that Attorney McFarland take the
original beach driving ordinance plus all of
the amendments, and incorporate them
Into one ordinance.
ROAD BOND PAVING CONTRACT -
CHANGE ORDER-Upon Inquiry by
Commissioner Yeager about the change
order on Shark Drive. Chief Administrator
Buller reported it has been requested from
the Engineers, but has not been received.
SHIRTS EMERGENCY MANAGE-
MENT-Upon inquiry by Commissioner
Peters, Emergency Management Director
Wells reported that the shirts to be pur-
chased will have "Gulf County Emergency
Management" on them (with the standard
Emergency Management logo):
PATCHES -COUNTY LOGO-
Commissioner Hammond requested that
Administrator Wells check on having patch-
es made with the County logo on them.
GENERATOR COURTHOUSE-Upon
inquiry by Commissioner Peters. Chief
Administrator Butler reported that delivery
time on the new generator from Higgins
Electric is 10 weeks and the price Is
855.682.00. Commissioner Peters dis-
cussed the need for expedience since the
Courthouse is the headquarters for
Emergency Management. Emergency
Management Director Wells reported that
the old generator was started up on
Saturday and the problem was found and
adjusted. He also reported that the final fig-
ure on new money coming in from the State
is 825,795.00, and he feels the generator
will take most of that money.
GULF COUNTY SEARCH &:RESCUE
UNIT-Commissioner Peters thanked the
Gulf County Search & Rescue for all of the
work they have done for the County, and
stated that they should come to the Board
if'they:need anything. Commissioner Ham-
mond discussed that each Commissioner
agreed to take on a specific project with
Search & Rescue-(lifejackets, etc.). Corbett
Howell thanked the Board for their support.
Commissioner Peters stated that he is in
support of hating only one Gulf County
Search and Rescue Unit.
REGIONAL MEETING FLORIDA
ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES-Commis-
sioner Hammond reported on the Florida
Association of Counties' Regional meeting
which was held on September 6, 1996 in
the County Cdmmissioners' meeting room.
AWARD BID MAINTENANCE DE-
PARTMENT TRUCK-Upon motion by
Commissioner Peters, second by Commis-
sioner Yeager,. and unanimous vote, the
Board awarded Bid #9596-45' for the 3/4
ton pick-up truck for the Maintenance
Department to Cook-Whitehead Ford (in the
amount of $16,020.00).
TRAFFIC CONTROL-STATE DEPART-
MENT OF TRANSPORTATION-Commis-
sioner Armstrong requested that Chief
Administrator Butler contact the
Department of Transportation regarding
placing a "No Passing" zone at the Intersec-
tion of Highway 71 .and Doc Whitfield Road.
GULF CORRECTIONAL INSTITU-
TION-Chairman Traylor discussed that
Mr. Ron' McAndrew (Superintendent of Gulf
Correctional Institution) has been promoted
to Superintendent of Florida State Prison,
and invited everyone to attend a "going
away" party for him at Wewahitchka State
Bank on September 17th from 5:00 p.m
until 7:00 p.m., C.D.T.
MEETING SMALL COUNTY COALI-
TION-Upon motion by Commissioner
Hammond., second by Commissioner Arm-
strong, and unanimous vote, the Board
agreed for any Commissioners to attend the
Small County Coalition meeting in
Tallahassee on September 18, 1996,
VETERANS' NURSING HOME-
Veterans' Service Officer Williams thanked
the Maintenance Department and all others
for their assistance in preparing for the
State's visit to Gulf County's site for the
proposed Veterans' Nursing Home.
GULF COUNTY SEARCH & RESCUE
UNIT--Corbett Howell reported that he has
contacted the Department of Labor In
Tallahassee and the Search & Rescue


divers will not have to meet OSHA stan-
dards, but they must submit a copy of the
County's safety standards.
There being no further business, and
upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammond and unan-
imous vote, the meeting did then adjourn at
7:25 p.m., E.D.T.
BILLY E. TRAYLOR
CHAIRMAN
ATIEST:
BENNY C. LISTER
CLERK


Defendant. I will sell to the highest bidder for cash
at the front door of the Gulf County Courthouse In
Port St. Joe, Florida. at 11:00 a.m., EST, on the 7th
day of November. 1996, the following described
property as set forth In said Final Judgment, to-
wit:
Commence at the concrete monument marking the
NE corner of the NW .1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section
10, Township 4 South, Range 10 West. Gulf
County, Florida, and run N.89'21'51" West along
the North line of said SE 1/4, 30.33 ft. to a point
on the Easterly right of way line of a 66 ft. wide
road; thence Northwesterly, Northerly and
Northeasterly along said Easterly right of way line
as follows: thence N.09"38'52'W. 722.52 ft. to a
point of curve to the right; thence along said curve
with a radius of 1108.72 ft. through a central angle
of 51'26'34" for an arc distance of 995.46 ft. to the
end of said curve: thence N.414743"E., 22.03 ft.:
thence leaving said Easterly right of way line run
N.62"56'27TW., 68.24 ft. to the Westerly right of
way line of said 66 ft. wide road and the POINT OF
BEGINNING. From said Point of Beginning, thence
continue N.62*56'27'W. 142.40 ft.; thence
N.4147'43"E., 334.42 ft. to the Southerly right of
way line of a 66 ft. wide road known as Creekview
Drive; thence S.4812'17"E, along said Southerly
right of way line 137.71 ft. to the intersection of
said Southerly right of way line and said .Westerly
right of way line. Thence South 4147'43'W. along
said Westerly right of way line 298.20 ft. to the
Point of Beginnmng. Containing 1.00 acre, more or
less.
and
1971 Ridge HS Mobile Home, ID #22333. Title
#8906209;
1970 Mana HS Mobile Home, ID #0609663867,
Title #14110213:
1970 Brig HS Mobile Home, ID #21866, Title
#50443627,
DATED this 23rd day of October, 1996.
BENNY'C. LISTER, Clerk of Court
By: /s/ M. Vaughan
Deputy Clerk
2tc, October 31 and November 7, 1996.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO: 96-273:
BARRIER DUNES DEVELOPMENT CORPORA-
TION, DBA, PRIME PLUS FINANCIAL,
PLAINTIFFS,
VS.
KATHY A. HENDERSON and husband
GARY D. HENDERSON, DEFENDANTS.
DEFENDANTS.

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45, FLORIDA STATUTES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to
a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 30th
day of October, 1996; In Case No.96-273 of the
Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, In
and for Gulf County, Florlda. In which BARRIER
DUNES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, DBA,
PRIME PLUS FINANCIAL, is the Plaintiff and
KATHY A. HENDERSON and husband GARY D.







Need 6-8 people to lose 30 pounds by
November. 100% natural, guaranteed.
Doctor recommended. 1-800-782-
7439. 4tp 10/17

REDUCE: Take OPAL tablets and E-
Vap diuretic. Available Pitts Pharmacy
in Wewahitchka. 4tp 10/17









Happy Jack Mange Medicine: Pro-
motes healing and hair growth to se-
vere mange. hot spots & fungi onl
dogs & horses without steroids. Bar-
neld's- Lawi- & aifrenh. 229-2727.
4tc 10/17

UKC rat terrier Pups. $165. 648-
5306. tfc 11/7

Happy Jack Skin Balm, Relieves hot
spots and scratching. Promotes heal-
ing & hair growth on dogs & cats
without steroids. Barfield's Lawn &
Garden, 229-2727. 4tc 10/17

DOG GROOMING PLUS, 227-3611.
Professional grooming, special dis-
counts for weekly bathing, dipping
available. Boarding for dogs & cats.
tfc 11/7

PET & PRpPERTY TENDERS. In
your home pet sitting by Joey and
Marie Romanelli, 229-1065. tfc 11/7,







3 bdrm. house at Beacon Hill. Recent-
ly remodeled, cen. h/a, screened
porch, large lot, 2 blocks from beach,
new carpet & vinyl throughout 904-
592-5071. 4tp 11/7

Bay front home, executive 3 bedroom,
2 bath, fully furnished, immaculate.
227-7506: tfc 11/7

House for Sale: 314 Beacon Rd., Gulf
Aire. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., double car gar-
age, central heat/air. Gas stove; pri-
vacy fence, 1,339 sq. ft. living area.
$91,500. (904) 227-1416 Mon.-Fri.,
9:00 a.m. 5:00 EST. 2tc 11/7

Prime location/bay view, priced below
appraisal, 4 bd., 3 ba., hardwood
floors, brick fireplace, screened patio,
lg. front porch, many cabinets &
bookcases, all appliances, just
$117,000. 2tp 11/7

460 Ponderosa Pines Dr. 1 acre
fenced lot w/pond & power pole,
$11,500. 229-2572. 4tc 10/31

3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick home, LR, den,
kit, DR, util. rm., cen. h&a, side-by-
side refrigerator, disp. ice/water thru
door, stove, dishwasher, ceiling fans,
blinds, carpet, screen porch, on 2
lots. Completely fenced, deep well &
sprinkler system. 7118 Georgia Ave.,
St. Joe Beach. Call 639-3440. Asking
$98,500 but will consider all reason-
able offers. 2tp 10/31

Seashores Beautiful 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
garage, indoor pool, tropical land-
scape, must see, many extras, whirl-
pool tub, walk-in closets, privacy
fence, $110,000.00. 227-7340.
2tp 11/7


By owner: Three one acre lots in We-
wahitchka (adjoining), $500 down
and $200 month for each acre or best
cash offer for all 3. In Wewa off Stone-
mill Creek Road. 1-706-782-3757.
4tc 11/7

Lot for sale: Howard Creek, one acre,
septic tank and deep well. $11,000.
827-2990. tfc 10/10

Lot on Court St., $500 down. $225
month. Owner finance. $17,900. 648-
5328. tfc 11/7


HENDERSON, are the Defendnits. I will sell to the
highest bidder, for cash, at The front door of the
Gulf County Courthouse in Port St. Joe, Florida at
11:00 am. (Eastern Standard Time) on the 2nd
day 'of December, 1996, the following described
property:
Unit 45, Series "B", The Captain's
Quarters at Barrier Dunes, Gulf County,
Florida, more particularly described In and
according to the Protective Covenants,
Conditions and Restrictions of Barrier
Dunes, recorded In ORB 107, page 227,
public records of Gulf County. Florida, the
First Amendment to the Protective
Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions of
Barrier Dunes, recorded at ORB 110, page
805,. public records of Gulf County,
Florida, and the Second Amendment to the
Protective Covenants, Conditions and
Restrictions of Barrier Dunes, recorded in
ORB 128, page 118, public records of Gulf
County, Florida.
DATED THIS 30th day of October, 1996.
BENNY C. LISTER
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
2tc, November 7 and 14, 1996.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF..-
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO 96-.5
IN PROBATE,.
IN RE:. The Estate of'
JEAN G. WILSON
deceased.

NOTICE OF.ADMINISTRATION
THE ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of JEAN G.
WILSON, deceased, File Number 96-56, Is pending
in the Circuit Court for Gulf County. Flonda
Probate Division, the address of which Is CGill
County Courthouse, 1000 5th Street, Port St. Joe,
FL 32456. The name and address of the Personal
Representative and his attorney are set forth
below.
All.interested persons are required to file WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION CF THIS NOTICE. '(1) All
claims against the estate and (2) any objectlonby
.an interested.person on whm6r notice was served
that challenges the salidty of the Will. the qualfl-
cations of the Persoal Representative, venue or
Jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED .
DATE of the first publication of this Notice of
Administration is November 7, 1996.
/s/THOMAS S. GIBSON
RISH, GIBSON, & JONES, P.A
303 Fourth Street
P. O. Box39
Port St Joe, FL 32457
Personal Representative
2tc, November 7 and 14. 1996.








221 Court St., mobile home pretty lot,
$33,000. 648-5328. tfc 11/7

301 Woodward Ave.. cleared lot.
zoned commercial and light industri-
al. 227-3313 days, 648-4088 after 5.
tfc 11/7

E.' Henry Ave. 415' and E. Chipola
Ave. 315' x 300' in Wewahitchka. 'wo
mobile homes, one 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
78'x12'. One 68'x14' 3 bd., 2 bath.
Screen on both porches. Decks on
back. 3 storage houses 12'x 16' ea.-w/
carport on one, 1 block'from schools,
3 blocks from downtown. Very good
location for mobile home park, or to
build on. Three sewer & water hook-
ups on Henry Ave. Call 639-5860 5
p.m. to 8 p.m. if 11/7

'For Sale by, gwner: 3 bdrm.. I ba.
block & brick home, new w/w carpet
.new side-by-side refrigerator & stove.
$60.000.914-0965. or 227-1639.
tfc 11/7.

Want to Buy: house n Port St. Joe
area that needs a littik work. Call Pat
227-3511, if interested in selling.
S. tfIc 11/7

Brick house, 3 bdrm.. i ba. living
room with fireplace, din., kit., utility
rm, cen. heat and air, corner lot, 115
Sailfish St., Highland View. 227-1604.
By appointment only. tfc 11/7

By Owner: 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, loft, 3
decks, pool/hot tub available. 108
Boardwalk Ave., Cape San Blas.-647-
3828. tfe 11/7

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.
tfe 11/7

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

For sale by owner: two story new
home, 2048 sq., ft., 3 bdrm., 2 1.2
bath, master bdrm., 22'x16' with gar-.
den tub, sunken den w/fireplace and
home theatre system with surround
sound. Front and rear porch, 12'x16'
until. shed. By appt. only. 101 Yaupon,
229-6411. tfc 11/7

1/2 acre lot with septic tank. Over-
street Road. Owner financing, 227-
2020, ask for Billy. tfc 11/7

LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery Road,
1 mile off Overstreet Road, 9 miles
south of Wewa. Owner financing. Call
229-6961. tfc 11/7


House for Sale by Owner -
108 Westcott Circle -
Drastically Reduced -
$59,900
Spacious 3 bdrm., 1 1/2 bath,
sep. liv. rm., dining rm, ex. Ig.
fam. rm/built-in bookcases,
pass thru to kitchen with is-
land and breakfast bar, Ig.
pantry. Good storage, Ig. lot.
Great neighborhood, wonderful
neighbors. Call 229-6827 after
5:00 p.m. tfc 11/7






Wate o lan: Hmeofcr


Wanted to Clean: Homes, office, or
rentals. Call 647-3582, ask for Deb-
bie. 2tc 11/7

Leather golf bag and wood bedroom
set. 227-3511. tfc 11/7

Used concrete steps for trailer. Call
647-5106. tfc 10/17

Wanted: Small lawn tractor, in run-
ning condition. Mowing deck not nec-
essary. Call 227-3511.' tfc 10/10









THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1996 PAGE 7B


RATES: -: .
Ulne ads: $3.50 for first 20 words.
5cfor each additional word.
$2.00 for each consecutive
week with no changes. Call
227-1278 to place yours.
DEADLINE:

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AUCTIONI Every Tuesday at
7:00 p.m. thru November.
Wade Auctions, Old Port
Theatre, Port St. Joe. Antique
Mall Open During the week, tool
904-229-9282. ABizs9, AU 1737,
109% Buyer's Premium




1985 Ford van w/wheelchair lift, ex-
cel. cond., $3,900 obo.- 647-3496.
Itp 11/7
1985 Olds 88 Royale, 4 dr., full pow-
er, low mileage, excel, cond., asking
$2,700.-648-8623. ltc 11/7
1990 Honda Civic wagon, gray, 4 dr.,,
5 speed. a/c, cassette, 85,000 miles.
$4.000. 227-1790. 2tc 11/7
1964 Ford Galaxy 500 XL. 390 cu. en-
gine. excellent project car. 227-7506.
3rc 11/7
1994 Chrysler LeBaron. 45.000 miles.
retail value $10.600, will sell for
$9.400 obo. ps, pb. pdl. tilt. cruise.
Will consider older car on trade. After
6:00 p.m., 648-4735. 3tc 10/31
SEIZED cars from $175. Porsches,
Cadillacs. Chevy's. BMWs. Corvettes.
Also Jeeps. 4WD's. Your Area. Toll
Free 1-800-218-9000. ext. A-9513.
4tp 10/31


Antique Mall Space available for rent
at Wade Clark Auction Hall & Antique
Mall, Old Port Theatre in downtown
Port St. Joe. Stop by and let's talk
Reasonable rates. 904-229-9282.
AB1239. Come browse 3tc 11/7
2 bedroom trailer w/utility room, 1/2
block from beach. 32nd St., Mexico
Beach. Call 648-4003. It 11/7-
3 bdrm., 1 ba. Florida rm., fenced
yard, 1 block from gulf at St. Joe
Beach. Stove, refrig., w/d hookup.
$450 a month. Call day (904) 827-
7431 or (334) 867-8307; evening
(334) 809-3331. tfc .11/7
Apartment for rent, newly decorated,
1/2 block from beach. Immediate oc-
cupancy. Utilities included. 648-
5033. Ito 11/7
2 bdrm. trailer, partially furnished. in
Highland View on Ling St. 227-1260.
tfc 11/7
3 bdrm.. 3 ba. double wide on 3 lots.
fenced. Beacon Hill area. $500 a
month, with $250 deposit. 785-3173.
2tc 11/7
Gulf front. St. Joe Beach. yearly. 2
bdrm., I ba., $675 month. Call 647-
8760. 3tc 11/7
Trailer, partially furnished, 2146
Parker Ave. $200 deposit, $260
month. Call 784-1711 leave message.
No dogs. 3to 11/7


2 bdrm., 1 1/2 ba. furnished town-
house on beautiful St. Joe Beach.
Call 647-5884 for details. 2tp 11/7
Storage Units for Santa Claus.
$50.00 now till Christmas. Open till 6
p.m. Christmas Eve. Call 229-9000,
229-2727. tfc 10/31
Unfurnished town house at Mexico
Beach, 2 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 car garage,
all appliances, screen deck & patio. 1
year lease. 600 month, $600 securi-
ty. Call 904-233-3629. tfc 10/31
House for rent in Mexico Beach, locat-
ed at 41st St, Hwy. 98. For more in-
formation call 648-3090. 4te 10/31
Nice 2 bdrm. apartment, $375 per
month, $250 deposit. Call 229-6527.
tfc 10/24
3 bdrm. apartment. 960 sq. ft.. LR.
DR. kit., laundry room. new paint &
carpet. $335 month. Call 227-3511.
Lfc 11/7
Unfurnished 3 bdrm. house. 1 1/2
baths on Cape San Bias, Gulf view &
access to beach. 1 mile from state
pakr. $500 month with $200 deposit
647-5349 or 227-1235. tfc 11/7
Beachside condo/townhouse. 2
bdrm., 2 ba. fully furnished. 8550
month w/S250 security deposit. Call
648-8487. tfc 11/7


Two mobile homes for rent in Mexico
Beach. 648-5476. tfc 11/7
4 bdrm., 2 ba. house at Indian Pass
Beach. Long term rental. $625 mo.
Call Rosasco Realty. Available Oct. 1,
1996. 227-1774. tfc 11/1
House in Port St. Joe, 3 bdrm., 1 1/2
bath, ch&a. laundry rm., storage
shed, nice yard, new carpet & paint,
all new appliances, 950 sq. ft. living
area. $445 month, plus utilities. No
pets. 228 6th St. Call 227-3511.
tfc 11/7
2 bedroom,. 1 bath trailer at St. Joe
Beach, $300 month; $200 deposit.
647-3278 or 827-2906. tfc 11/7
Beginning first week of Sept. business
available for rent. Already set for any
type of food business/service. Car
wash also for rent. Located at 41st
St.. Mexico Beach. For more informa-
lion call 648-3090. 4tc 10/31
Trailers and spaces for rent. St. Joe
Beach. I block from beach. No pets.
No kids. Pager t 1-800-727-3514 or
647-5106. tfc 11/7
2 bedroom furnished and unfur-
nished available immediately. Long
term rental. Parker Realty. Mexico
Beach. 648-5777. tfc 11/7
Mobile home lots for rent in Mexico
Beach. Call 648-5476. tfc 11/7


TRADS 3 ERVCE


Need dependable babysitter? Have
opening for 6 month 2 year old. 8-5
Monday Friday. Will give references.
Call Debra at 229-9232. 2tc 11/7


THE CLEANING SERVICE
Residential, Rentals, Snowbirds, New
Construction Quality,
Depenbability, 100+ Local
References Owner Linda MacLeod
904-227-3730


Avonl:
,,. ../ '-. ..

Catherine L. ellier ;
Iihdenpendent Sales Represenarlue
211 Alen Memorial Way Port St. Joe
(904) 229-6460


STUTZMAN ROOFING
R0i0038936
Specializing in Reroofs
Single-ply & Repairs
"Where quality is higher than price"
229-8631
ac 5/2


HOLLAND



},
SROCHE



-House Plans
.EPI Calculations
*Site Planning
SAdverti sing Graphics.
-Technical Writing
WILLIE M.H. ROCHE
904-227-7372


THE BEACHES HOUSE/PET SIT-
TERS. Collect mail / check lights /
locks / etc. Feed & exercise your pets.
As low as $6.00 a day. Mow grass /
pool care/etc. Willing for extra $$. Re-
liable couple. Contact Ron & Maxine
Leopold at 648-4204 anytime/leave
message. tfc 11/7


IL' -


TLC LAWN SERVICE
'atering-to All Your Lann Service Needs'
MOWING. EDGING, TRIMMING. SPRAYING.
FERTILIZING. WEEDING. CLEAN OTS.
SPRINKLER REPAIR, AND LANDSCAPING
Free Estimates
Call 229-6435 fc 4,


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


TRACTOR
WORK
Bush
Hogging
& Land Levelling

Call Matt Walker.
904-227-3708
Insured


PUMP.REPAIR & SALES LICENSED INSTALLERS
H & M IRRIGATION'
for All Your Watering Needs
HAL KEELS FREE 229-2738
JAMES WILEY ESTIMATES 227-7205



Pere Heating & Cooling
LICENSED INSURED SALESANDSERVICE
A/C Heating Ice Machines Comm, Refrigeration New & Existing Homes
Owner: Brent Pierce Phone: 229-2665
State Uc. RAo0 229-COOL



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


Harmon's Heavy Equipment co.
Specializing in Black Top Soil
BULL DOZERS BACKHOES LOADERS TRACTORS DUMP TRUCKS
648-8924 OR 648-5767 if no answer

LIC # RF0051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
ER 0011618

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


Port St. Joe Lodge No. I II
S Reg. Stated Communication
1st and 3rd Thursday of each:
month. 8:00 p.m..Masonic Hall.
214 Reid Ave.
Robert Redmon. W.M.
Bill Jordon. Sec.
C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work, dozer work, root,
rake, front-end loader, lot clearing,
septic tanks, drain fields, fill dirt.
'Rt. 2, Box A1C, Port St. Joe
Phone 229-6018

STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
S All. Type Electrical Work
22FHr. S6er9ce
LIC IEi0013168 *INSURED
647-8081
ALAN STRICKLAND


NEX Microsystems
announces NEW PENTIUMS
starting at S 1169,
P75 Multimedia-S 1,365,
PI50's from $1799
227-6590 or 647-3339


* Residental
* Commercial


* Custom Wood
* industrial


A 8 R Fence
Feacria ad Coacrete Work
Alben Fle-schmann FREE Estimates
EIN #593115646 (9041 647-4047.


SMALL ENGINE

REPAIR

Barfield's 229-2727


STUMP GRINDING
Average Stump $10.00
1-800-628-8733
A-1 Tree Serice & Stump Grinding
Vickery Enterprises. Inc.
tfce4,6

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

Introducing
Total Pool Maintenance
& Lawn Care Packages
Interior/Ext. Painting
As always call us for your
FREE Estimate.

preSSUre
Cleaning
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
INSURANCE FREE ESTIMATES
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
BILL WHITE
CHRIS MORRISON
647-3215
348 Santa Anna St.
St: Joe Beach 32456
tfc 7/18


VINYL SIDING PATIO COVERS
SCREEN ROOMS CARPORTS
WEWA SIDING CO.
Bob & Perry McDonald,
WEWAHITCHKA 639-2942


Steve Brants Roofing
Licensed & Insured
Lie. #RC0050321
Port St. Joe Call 229-6326
tfe 10/17










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

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

5x10 10x10 10x20
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
SASKABOUT FREE MONTHS' RENT
SSt. Joe Rent-All
First St. 227-2112


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


i 3 Residential
j Commercial
Termite & Pest Control
S Termite Treatments Restaurant Motel
Flea Control Condominiums
Household Pest Control New Treatment/
Real Estate (WDO) Reports Construction Sites
f FAMILY OWNED
EdPLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
Serving Gulf Co. & Surrounding Areas
Free Estimates & Insections
fl !NeIF:nZ* 41:


COMMERCIAL SPACE FOR RENT -
on busy Hwy. 71. One area 2400 sq.
ft., one area 750, sq. ft.'Possible uses
furniture, antique, restaurant, bar,
clinic or general office use. 639-5608.
Apt. for rent, downtown
Port St. Joe. 517 1/2 4th
St. Downstairs apartment,
2 bedroom, 1 bath. Call
227-5443, $225.00 mo.
tfc 11/7

Apt. for rent, 2 bdrm., 1
ba., cen. h/a, carpet, ap-
pliances. Call Kenny at
227-7241 or Phil, 227-
2112. tfc 11/7


Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tapper
Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable hous-
ing for the-elderly and the handi-
capped.
Cen. h &a, laundry facilities, energy
efficient const., handicapped equip-
ped apts.. available. Stove & refrig.
furn., fully carpeted, 1 bdrm., hpts.,
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.
]IOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
tfc 11/7
No need for wet carpets. Dry. clean
them'with HOST. Use rooms right
away. Rent machine. St. J6e Furni-
ture,; 227-1251. t fc 11/7


539 Duval St. $39,900




HANNON
Viim REALTY INC.
2 bedrooms, I bath. Land: 2 lots (60'x130' total)
SPECIAL FEATURES: One story frame bungalow extensnlel POR ST. JOE
remodeled m 1995. New wiring, cen. heat/air, water heater, updat- 227-1450
ed bath & more' Lg hv. rm., separate duung & family-size kitchen
with eat-n area Spaou., back yard, lot is fenced. Price in udes
range, freezer bhlnds, new ceiling fans.






Int./Ext. PROFESSIONAL DRY COINS BY THE BAYI
WALL & PAINTING. Specialty paint- I buy and sell old coins and paper
Ing services done. pressure washing, money. Billy Stephens. fair prices.
sponge painting & much more. Lie. & Home 229-8104. Bus. 229-6803.
Insured. Free Estimates. 639-3570.
Stc11/7

Rainbow Cleaning VC EAR



d.oe watae, ce0e65t Eowtee
227- /409 s106Rops

PRECISION
CARPENTRY
Carpentry, Horne Repairs 1 We
& Maintenance Services
Pressure Washing &
Painting, C
Marine Construction
27 years experience 3
All Work Guaranteed
227-7388 22,7R'I36
4tc 10/17

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

Service Co,
Wewahitchka, FL 3245
Sate : RM0066465.. Emite "Cooter" Harden/owner
:Phone 904-639-2454 Cel. Ph. #227-5036. :tao





CUSTOM HOME PLANS
SQO (904) 647-3548

Rose Mary Mapel
6240 Hwy. 98 West
Port St. Joe, FL 32456















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CAE ALLEN'S GULF

COAST IRRIGATION
Nelson, Rainbird and Toro
INSTALLATION and REPAIR
Fie Estimates and Design
Allen Norris 229-8786 Pump Repair


Business and Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service

FRANK J. SEIFERT
Accounting and Income Tax Service
Telephone 509 Fourth St.
Office (904) 229-9292 P. 0.. Box 602
Home (904) 227-3230 e 1/4 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 c 12/14










PAGE 8B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. NOV. 7. 1996


S -*

One and two bedroom apartments, 2
blocks from beach. Call 647-3544,
ask for Jason. tfc 11/7

UNFURNISHED
*Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & refrig.,
cen. h&a, screen porch, carport &
laundry nrm
*Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove &
refrig.. washer/dryer hook-up.
*New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm, ch&a, dish-
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
pets.
FURNISHED
*Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat &
air, washer/dryer hook-up.
*One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hook-up.
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
tfc 11/7

Safe'N Dry
Storage
214 3rd St., PS, FL

904-229-9000


Storage

Units

229-6200





Yard Sale, Saturday. Nov. 9. 8-12.
2912 Garrison Ave. Ward Ridge.
Itc 11/7

Yard Sale: Nov. 9, 8 a.m. 2 p.m. 279
Angel Fish St. (1st St.) Highland View.
Indian pottery, dolls, doll furniture.
rhinestones & silver jewelry, quilting.
books, dishes. TV, house trailer, boat
& trailer. Itp 11/7
Carport Sale: Nov. 9th, 8-12. 1110
Palm Blvd. Itp 11/7
Yard Sale: Nov. 9. 8 a.m. 12 p.m.
Lots of clothes, men's, women's.
household items. children's toys and
lots of other items. 3019 Garrison
Ave. Itp 11/7
2 Family Yard Sale: 502 20th St.. 8 -
12 am. Includes 10 sp. Schwinn bike
$450: matching sofa, loveseat and re-
cliner-$250, bar stools, school desk.
and lawn mower. Itp 11/7
Yard Sale: Krissy Gentry/Karen Col-
Iins, Sat.. Nov. 9. 8:00 11:00. 117
Abalone. Ave. Beacon Hill.. Name
brand children's.clothes, baby items
and clothing, books, toys. 'misc.
items. Itp 11/7
Yard Sale: Saturday 9:00 5:00. Fur-
niture.for sale, twin beds. bookcases.
desks, glass & rattan dining room
suite, assorted odd pieces. 123 Mira-
mar Ciicle (off. 42nd St.) Mexico
Beach. Itc 11/7
Yard Sale: Nov. 9. 8:00 a.m. ? Sixth
Street Union Hall. odds and ends.
Multi-family Yard Sale: Nov. 9. 8 am.
until I p.m. 1609 Marvin Ave. House-
hold items, chairs, a Galloping Gour-
met cooker. Christmas items, much
more. Rain cancels. Itp 11/7
Yard Sale: Saturday. Nov. 9. 8 a.m. -
2 p.m. 215 Charles Ave.. White City.
Lamps. books. TV stand, bird cage.
lots more. Ite 11/7


Porch/Yard Sale: Hazel Anderson &
friends. Misc., dolls, linens, furniture,
nic nacs, lots to choose from. 242
Nan Nook, Saturday, Nov. 9, 7:30 12
CST. Itc 11/7'
Garage Sale: 8003 Alabama Ave. 9
a.m. 12 noon, Saturday, Nov. 9.
Children's toys. Itc 11/7
9 November 96.
5 family yard sale.
Indian Pass & Oak St.
9-4 Saturday.
Yard sale of the century
(rain'or shine).
'84 Int. 5 spd. school bus (convert to
RV), great shape 22' Morgan sailboat
w/6 'hp Evinrude & sails, shallow
draft 24' powered catamaran, ctr.
console w/head, loran, VHF, depth.
fdr. 'Twin 90 hp Yamahas hyd. strg.
"Whisper" Harley-Davidson golf car.
Canon Ex typewriter 64k mem., 5
spd. lathe, Franklin wood-burning
stove, T.V., window a/c, antiques and
ant. furn. Audubon prints & book.
Designer painted gift items. Much
morel Something for everyone Come
one, come all 229-8422. 2tp 10/31


Kof C

Yard Sale! ,

Closeout!

Saturday,

Nov. 9th,

7:30 till 11:00

21st 8 Long

Ave.,


All remaining items
from last week's yard
sale will be drastically
reduced. Almost all will
be 50% off
last week's price.
There are still some
major items remaining,
along with a very good
selection of other items.
Rain date
November 16th.
Cash Only

No payment no interest
until April 1997


Babysitter, needed to care for our 3
little girls in our home. Rom, board'
and wages provided. Some fringe ben-
efits. Loving attitude with children a
must. 648-4281. ltc.11/7
Immediate opening for full time em-
ployment position for warehouse &
delivery worker. Must have valid driv-
er license. Apply in person at Wallace
Pump& Supply Co., Mexico Beach, FL
ltc 11/7


Maintenance Assistant Basic knowl]-
edge of, and experience working with
plumbing, electrical & mechanical re-
pairs. Sunday-Thursday work week.
Temporary position covering person
on leave of absence. Apply at Bay St
Joseph Care Center, 220 Ninth St.,
Port St. Joe. 2tc 11/7
NHC HOMECARE, Our PORT ST.
JOE homecare program Is seeking a
part-time CNA. CNA must have corn-
pleted a training program consisting:
of at least 75 hours. Fantastic staff;
quality agency, Mileage is reimbursed.
Interested parties should contact
Maureen Mattison, Adrmn./DOS, at
229-8238. EOE/Drug Free Work-"
place. ltc 11/7
CAREER OPPORTUNITY Retail Op-
tical. Seeking Licensed Optician or
experienced Optical Sales Associate,'
Full and part time position available..
excellent salary and benefit package.
interested applicants are to submit
resume to 470 Harrison Ave.. Panama:
City. FL 32401. Attn: Administrator
Optometric and Ophthalmic Prac-
tice seeking qualified personnel for
Insurance Department. Applicant
must have past insurance experience.
data entry experience and public rela-
tions experience. Excellent salary and
benefit package. Experienced and
qualified applicants should mail their
resume to 470 Harrison Ave.. Panama
City. FL 32401. Attn: Administrator
NOT JUST ANY RECEPTIONIST
WILL DOI Immediate opening for ex-
ceptional receptionist in a busy six
doctor practice in Panama City. Expe-
rience in data entry. patient relations.
insurance and collections necessary.
Position offers competitive salary and
benefit package, excellent work envi-
ronment with career growth opportu-
nities. Interested applicants send re-
sume to 470 Harrison Ave.. Panama
City. FL 32401. Attn: Administrator
MAINTENANCE m. The Gulf County
School Board is receiving applications
for Maintenance Ill. Persons having
applications on file in the School
Board office and wishing to be consid-
ered for this position must request to
have their application submitted. Ap-
plications may be picked up and
should be sent to Mr. Buddy Floore,
Coordinator. 150 Middle School Road,
Port St. Joe. FL 32456. Application
deadline is November 8, 1996, 3:00
p.m., EST. The Gulf County School
Board is an equal opportunity em-
plover. 2tc 10/31


ST. iE RET 'ALL Kitchen manager wanted for year
ST. JE RENT-ALL round restaurant. Pay rate based on
706 Ist St. 227-2112 experience. Send resume to: Resume,
White Snapper Stil Echo P. 0. Box 13564. Mexico Beach. FL
Outdoor Power Products 32410. tfc 11/7


123 Narvez Street $58,900





HANNON
I REALTY INC.
3 bedroom. b2tlh. L.ana .341 ace PORT ST. JOE
SPEC LAL FEATURES i.iE. hombe h n meI.. I 4,',, old .i..E rnga 1z:0 2n7 m1
ter bedroom, pitio,. urndeck h lot b. F.l, b he., air cirpon andlr- 227-1450
a.ge bldg Or, prim s e iner : inm Ir.. iepCr. c Link'). Price inlude ringc,
relngerjior. ceein ri n', i .rpet A blind- pol nd her tub


LOOKING for mature individual to as-
sist Regional Vice President of Primer-
lea Financial' Services. Take charge
,and manage a portion' f our multi-
faceted business. We offer high com-
mission income potential, flexible
hours, many other pluses. Could start
part time. For interview, call today.
S648-8565. tfe 11/7
$1,000's POSSIBLE TYPING. Part
time. At Home. Toll Free (1) 800-218-
9000. Ext. T-9513 for listings.
$1,000's POSSIBLE. READING
BOOKS. Part time. At Home. Toll Free
S(1) 800-218-9000. Ext. R-9513 for
listings. 4tp 10/24
POSTAL JOBS. Permanent full-time,
$13/hr. with government benefits.
Apply today for clerk/carrier applica-
tion.info. Call 219-791-1191, ext.
P22. 2tp 11/7
COURT RECORD RESEARCH. Expe-'
rienced people needed immediately to
reserach local court records for Pin-
kerton. Part-time. independent. Must
have answering machine,'fax availa-
ble and reliable transportation. Pin-
kerton never uses referral or recruiter
services and there is never a fee to the
applicant. For more information send
name and mailing address to: Con-
tractor Recruiting. Pinkerton Informa-
tion Center. 6100 Falrvlew Road.
Suite 900, Charlotte. NC 28210.
ltc 1.1/7

Rotating duties include waitressing.
bartending, and light cooking. Must
be 18 yrs. of age, experience helpful
but not necessary. Dependability very
important. Hours vary. Guaranteed
minimum wage. Apply between 9-11 l
.a.m. or 2-4 pm Tues. Thurs.. & Sat.
St. Joseph's Bay Country Club.
3te 10/31



Heilig-Meyers Furniture
Co. looking for Two Part-
time Collectors. Must be
dependable, willing and able
to work flexible hours.
Apply In person at
Heilig-Meyers Furniture Co.
at 209-211 Reid Ave.,
Port St. Joe, FL
Taking applications
Monday thru Friday
10 a.m. till 5:00 p.m..
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Itc 11/7


SALES ASSOCIATE
EXCELLENT INCOME PO-
TENTIAL as a Sales Asso-
ciate at Heilig-Meyers. your
income Is directly propor-
tionial to your ability to sell.
As the largest retail furni-
ture chain, we offer a large
list of fringe benefits and ad-
vancement opportunities.

MUST BE
1. Career minded
2. Able to work well with
others
3. Willing to work evenings,
weekends and hours re-
quired.
4. Self-motivated
5. Sales oriented
Apply Monday and Tuesday,
9 to 12 noon.
at 209-211 Reid Ave.,
Port St. Joe.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Itc 11/7


TOYSI Newl All kinds of gifts for
Christmas! Old Port Theatre. Laya-
ways welcome. YOU are personally in-
vited to browse. 3tc 11/7
Diamond wedding set, 1/4 diamond
solitaire, 1/4 ct. diamond wrap. Val-
ued over $1,000. Will sell for $500 or
best offer. ltc 11/7
Matching sofa, loveseat and recliner,
$250. Good condition. 229-8142.
27 Airstream travel trailer; 1969. Call
229-2561 or 227-3590. tfc 11/7
1986 Champion 24'x44' Doublewide
mobile home, 2 bdrm., 2 ba. new
Sears carpet throughout New deck,
$14.000 or best offer. 639-2097.
Dining set. solid wood maple. with 6
chairs, and hutch. $950. in excellent
condition. Call 229-6858 anytime.
2tp 1/7

Couch (6 ft.). Drexel. green plaid,
good condition. $375. Call 227-3759.
Itp 11/7
Hunting Speciall 27' Teri travel rail-
er, $1,500. Call 827-7201.
Whirlpool washer & dryer, good con-
dition. $300. Call evenings, 227-
3714. Ite 1/7
Old fishing gear. guns. poles, reels
and etc. Call 639-5580 for informa-
tion. 2tp 11/7
WE RAKE YARDS dirt cheap. Rake
and haul. Call for estimate. 639-
2708. 4tc 11/7

Cast nets for sale. New 7' chain cast
net. $100. Also will build & repair
other types of cast nets. Call Wayne
at 229-9070 for information.
4tc 10/24


287 Plantation Drive $109,900


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HANNON
3 Bedrooms, 2 baths. Land 1/2 acre REALTY
SPECIAL FEATURES: Contemporary home in pre.oguous neigh-
borhood only 3 yrs. old. Top of the line appliance., custom light- PORT ST. JOE
ing, pnvate master suite, heal pump, attached 2 car garage. e- 227 14 50
place, and many extras! Price dincludes refng /freezer, trash coum 7-1450
pactor, wall oven, built-im microwave, range top. water softener
system blinds, ceiling fans.


253 Canal Street $58,900




IHA INNON
::REALTY INC.
PORT ST. JOE
3 bedrooms, 2 batls Lind 75'x150.
SPECIAL FEAIURES Well maintained double-wide mobile hom wcedr -Jdar
siding. Great rm. w/fireplace, master bdm. w/ walking dosrs. maslr 2 27 14 5 0
bath w/garden tub. Cen. heat/air only 5 yrs. old. Double-hung storm wn-
dows, outside storage shed, insularion n floors, walls, and ceing Pr.ce SANDY SMOCK
includes: countertop range, wall oven, dishwasher, refng., carpet, blnds and
3p-c. entertainment unit.


2009 Marvin Ave. $121,500

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3 Bedroms, 2 bath. Land: 75xl5f P T S
SPECIAL FEATURES: Step-down iv. rm. w/bnck fireplace, custom blrch cab- PO S. J
meb In kitchen, custom pleated shades & blinds, ceramic rle foyer, Ig. pnvae 227-14 50
master bath & bdrm. w/French doors to deck/paho. Large ack yard with
wooden privacy fence and custom 2-story play "fort Pnce includes:
range/oven. range hood, d.w, disp. carpel, blinds/shade-j. ceiling fans.


Fantasy Propertiesder-
SI y n ri s, Molra Rltch 648-5146
^ : "c Joan Smlthwlck 648415
S1200 U. S. Hwy. 98 John M. Delorme, Realtor
Mexico Beach, FL 32410 E F 647-3633 R
:Si CO C 4 8 Ellen F. Allemore, Realtor 6.
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800458-7478 647-8939
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NEW LISTINGS
1309 Palm Blvd., Port St. Joe. Nice 3 bd., 2 ba. block home,
new CH/A, tile, carpet, recently rewired and plumbed. Gas
dryer & hot water heater. Refrig., washing machine, dish-
washer. Fenced backyard & storage. $64,900.
Mexico Beach Waterfront Dunes #3-2115.Hwy. 98.2 bd.,
1 ba.: townhome in 6-plex, furnished, new decking, new
CH/A, new plumbing. Excellent rental unit. $87,500.
319 Robin Lane -Mexico Beach. 2 bdrm., 2 ba. split plan
home. CH/A, 12x20' sunroom, 2 decks. Laundry/wet bar
combination. Dishwasher, refrig., stove, W/D hook-ups
Nicelyard and neighborhood. $72,500.
Gulfaire 219 Buccaneer Dr. 3 bd., 2 ba. stone & cedar
home, corner lot. Very comfortable.-Stove, dishwasher,
washer/dryer hook-ups, new .carpet/vinyl. Nicely land-
scaped with sprinkler system & shallow well installed.
$112,000.
St. Joe Beach 8211 Pelican Walk. Newly' constructed 2
Sdrim. 2 .ba. circular .horne.:Two story, cinder block con-
struction, lots of decking affording nice view of the gulf.
City water, sewer. Locate don a 60'x100 lot with fenced
yard. $107,000.
.Beacon Hill 9129 Tulip Ave. Comfortable 3/2 doublewide
.mobile home, partially furnished, situated on THREE lots.
aI;ndscaped, fenced backyard. Storage' building.
$8,9Q0. Reduced to $53,900.
Mexico Beach 304-& 306 Hatley Dr. Lots 4 and 5, Block B.
Two nice residential lots, 87.5' x 108' each. $15,000 each.
St. Joe Beach corner of Canal and Alabama. Lot 5, Block
.5, Unit 1. Nice cleared lot, high and dry, 75'x173'. $17,500.
GULFFRONT
7799 Hwy 98, St. Joe Beach Far N Away Beautifully deco-
rated 3 Br 2 Ba half of'duplex, completely remodeled in 1992.
1 Br 1 Ba downstairs, 2 Br 1 Ba upstairs. Washer/dryer, new
: CH/A. Excellent rental. $199,000
MEXICO BEACH BEACHSIDE
102 S. 36th St. Nice 2bd; 1 ba. brick cottage, just steps
to the beach. Carport, cen. heat and air, located on
75'x100' lot. $99,900.
105 S. 32nd St. 3 Br 2 Ba brick home, carport and screened
porch, completely furnished, CH/A, approx. 1000 sq. ft., 75' X
105' lot Good rental' $125,000


ACROSS HIGHWAY FROM BEACH'
103 N. 27th St. Beach hide away or year around living. Well
kept 2 bd., 1 ba. block home w%.!vinvI siding, oen. h/a,
decks, screen room, and outside building. Landscaped
beautifully, some gulf view. $102,000.
801 Maryland Dr. Very nice 3 bd, 2 ba. 14\70' mobile home. Cen.
heat/air, large deck, 61100. Reduced to $45,000.
Mexico Beach, 203 8th St. Very good condition. 2 bd., 2 ig.
Iathr, double wide, 1600 sq ft.. cen.h..'a, carpet, laundry
rm., Ig kitchen, reifrg., dishwasher, washer/'dryer, ceiling
fans, awnings on front windows. large deck off liv. rm. and
bdrm., fireplace in liv rm.. beautiful yard.'A must see!
Reduced to 569,500. .

109 38th St. N. Canal front attractive 2 bd., 2 ba. home on pil-
ings, large deck, furnished, new carpet, new roof, covered
boat slip /,'motorized hit, dock & seawall $210,000.
207 Arkansas. 3 bdrms, 1.5 bath, mobile home, 14'x70' ,with
Florida rm., addition. 75'x125' landscaped lot, 2 storage sheds,
new kichen cabinets, must see. $69,90 Reduced to $65,500.

BEACON HILL
9411 Auger Ave 3 Br 2 Ba home, CH/A, appliances, nice and
"roomy approx 1500 sq. ft. 75' X 100' fenced lot. $79,900

GULFAIRE SUBDIVISION
203 Beacon Rd. Absolutely beautiful! Large gulf view, 3 bdrm., 2
ba. home. Has big deck, fireplace, ch/a, heat pump. Spacious
master bedroom has exquisite bath with jacuzzi. Also sun porch
with gulf view off master bedroom. Immaculate and in A-one
condition. Lots of amenities. Must see! Great price Reduced to
$159,500.
Gulfaire Dr. Triplex. Two 3 Br 2 Ba units and one 1 Br 1 Ba
unit. Very nice. Good investment. To be sold together. Total
price $175,000
ST. JOE BEACH
Sea Shores Subd. 607 Nautilus Dr. 3 bedroom, 2 bath
home, nicely landscaped. yard with sprinkler systemand
irrigation well. Garage. Nice neighborhood, equipped
w/refrigerator/stove, central heat/air, washer/dryer
hook-up, window treatments. Reduced to $95,000.
229 Selma St. 2 bdrm., 2 ba. 1988 14x70' mobile home, 75'x150
fenced lot, excellent condition. cen. heat & air. Best buy on the
beach. $45,900.


241 Ponce de Leon. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. doublewide on 3 lots totalling
225'x 50'. Relax in your in-ground pool. privacy fence. Beautiful
yard fragranced with jasmine, shaded with oaks; magnolias, and
0 grapevines. Garage. $75,000
229 Coronado St. 2 Br 1 Ba cottage, completely furnished,
carpeted, screened porch on side. New roof. 1.5 block to beach.
65' X 125' lot. $56,500.
100 Santa Anna Frame duplex, 2 Br, I Ba upstairs, 1 Br Ba
downstairs. 1/2 block to beach. Good rental history. $80,000.
Reduced to $75,000. MAKE OFFER.
PORT ST. JOE
219 7th St. 3 large Br 1 Ba home w/roomy kitchen and din-
ing area. New carpet, freshly painted. Fireplace in livrm. n
Central air, gas heat, stove, refrig., washer and dryer. Storage
shed, utility room on 50' X 175' fenced lot. 644,900 Reduced to
$41,900.
OVERSTREET
257 Mockingbird Circle Overstreet. 1/2 acre Living area 2500
sq. ft. 2 bdrm. w/2.5 baths AND attached mother-in law, apt. OR
3 bdrms. Cathedral ceiling in great rmn.and kitchen. Masonry fp
in great rm. Birch cabinets and ceramic tile tops in kit. Also,
ceramic tile showers. 9 ceiling fans and two 30" whole house fans.
Inside until. rm. Deep well with.Sears water softener. Sprinkler sys-
tem Heat pump with 10 KW back-up heat. Beautifulglassed long
Florida room facing canal. Lawn extends 125' tbOwatei's edge. 200
sq. ft. screened BBQ with built-in masonry grill, smoker & coun-
try kitchen (sink, hot plate & refrig.); FISHERMEN NOTE -
Located 3 miles from head of East Bay 14 miles to St. Andrews
Bay 1/4mile to Wetappo Creek, 1/4 mile to public boat ramp.
BUILT-INS: Entertainment center. APPLIANCES: elec. range, dish
washer and disposal. $125,000. .
263 Forest St. 2 Br 1 Ba 1987 mobile home on 163' X 330' lot
with storage shed, fish pond possible owner financing.
$20,950 p

COMMERCIAL/INVESTMENT PROPERTY
Port St. Joe Approx. 2 acres commercial/industrial lots of
possibilities $99,000
St. Joe Beach U S 98 between Balboa and Magellan 3/4
block -. Permitted for condos only. $330,000
LOTS
MEXICO BEACH Houses Only
Pine Street- Lot 16, Block 6, Unit 3, nice residential lot,
75'x100', $18,000.
Grand Isle Nan Nook and Kim Kove Lot 19, Blk D 71' X
115'. $11,500
Wysong S/D Corner of Robin Lane & 15th St. Lot 1, Blk 3
149' X 70' X 127' X 100'. $14,000 MAKE OFFER
Wysong S/D Robin Lane Lot 9, Blk 3 Unit 17. $11,500
Cypress St. (off 15th St.) 2 large lots 125' X 87.5' for a total of
250' on road to be sold together (commercial or residential).
$35,000 MakeOffer


BEACON HILL
Hwy. 98 HAVE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE. One build-
able lot across hwy. from beach 121' wide 130' deep w/brick
garage, dbl. entrances, new roof & deck flooring, privacy
wooden e rp re 2 t Property
has been d uLrvey on
property. Ac1Iacces x 7 Lot has
unobstructed view of beach from upper portion of property.
$97,000.
Houses Only
SCockles Ave. Lot 5, Block 18, 50'x100', water meter, septic
tank, $18,000.
Faulk Place 100' X 120', with-large septic tank. $21,000
Triton St.- Lots 5 & 6, Blk 3, Unit 1- irregular. $32,000
Mobile Homes or Houses
Starfish & Cowries Ave. Lot 20, Blk 22. $13,500
GULFAIRE SUBDIVISION
Homes Only -Subdivision swimming pool and tennis courts
Cristin's Curve. Phase IV, lot 8, large triangular shaped
corner lot. $27,900.
Sea Pines Dr. Lot 5, Blk B Nice lot for your dream home.
$26,900
Gulfaire Dr. Lot 15, Blk C Approx. 85' X 125'. $22,900
SEASHORES SUBDIVISION
Nautilus Dr. Lot 3, Blk A. $18,000
Nautilus Dr. Lots 4,5,6,7, & 8, Block A. $22,000 each.
ST. JOE BEACH
Mobile Homes or Houses.

Pineda St. 50' X 125' each 4 lots in first block across from
beach. $20,000 each
PORT ST. JOE
Long Avenue Lot 13 and Lot 14. Block 71, two lots, 60'
frontage each. $12,500 each.
Cape Plantation. Nice residential lot in nice neighborhood, block
B, lot 8, 120'x187. Paved road. Possible owner financing, $18,500.
OVERSTREET AREA
FIVE ACRES on the Intracobstal Waterway, approximately 500'
water frontage. Lot size approximately 500'x450'. $85,000.
Creekwood Lots 14 & 15, Approx. 1.25 acres total PLUS 2 pie-
shaped lots 6 & 7 directly on the creek. Sold as package.
$22,000
Wetappo Creek and Highway 386 15.5 acres Great
Potential. $55,000
WEWAHITCHKA AREA
Highway 71 Gulf County Farms 4 acres. $15,700
Stone Mill Creek North of Wewa on Hwy 71 Close to great
freshwater fishing. Lot 1 & 3, Blk D. $ 6,900 each lot
Riverside Park Land Dr. Lots 9 & 10. One block to boat
basin. $8,000 each. Both lots available'for less money.

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placements, screen/glass .rooms -
siding, you name itt Expert work
and nothing less at rock bottom pric-
es. Be glad to show you what I've
done 647-3300. THE HOUSE DOC-
TORS.
Craftsman 10" table saw, rollers & ex-
tra blades, $200. Small Kenmore re-
frigerator, $100. Smith Corona elec-
tronic memory typewriter, $75.
Craftsman router, table & bits, $60.
Black & Decker recipe. saw. $45. 647-
5142. 2tp 10/31
30.06 automatic model 6400 deluxe
complete w/4x scope,' see through
mounts, sling w/quick disconnect, ex-
cel. cond. $325. 647-5248, leave mes-
sage. 2tp 10/3.1
Queen .bed, headboard, spring,
matter 2 drawer nite stand and table
lamp, $380. Large rattai Princess
chair, $50. Couch with six separate
cushions, $75. Convection cooker,
brand new, 070. 227-1364.
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Dark oak dining table & leaf w/6
matching chairs w/cane bottom
seats. Excel. cond. 229-8978 after
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