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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: September 3, 1998
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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12/31/99
ARCHIVES BINDERY
1508 HWY 431-5
ALBERTVILLE AL 35950


SSPS 518-880
SIXTIETHH YEAR, NUMBER 51


M^^yhe Star O-n:Line at http:lwww.homtown.comlstar
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456- *THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER


City Attempting to Sort Out PD Grievances, Charges


Preliminary Budget
Hearings Set Page 3A
"Um Umm Good"
Scallop Recipes
Ingredients, etc. on Page 6A
Sharks, Gators Kick Off
Seasons Friday
Sports on Page 11-12A
First Union Sold Page 3A
306 Enrolled in Gulf/
Franklin Center Page 4B
Wewa Charter O.K.
Details on Page 7A


Police Beat


Port St. Joe City
Commissioners hosted a meeting


room full of city residents at
Tuesday's regular meeting. Split


between supporters and non-sup-
porters of Port St. Joe Police Chief


Jay Leffert, commissioners con-
tinued to deal with turmoil within


Port St. Joe Scallop Day Activities


Page 1 OA


Remnte Control Air Show -- a ..
This kend Page 1 1A
McLe ore, "Drifters"
Take Fishing Tourneys _
"Hook" the stories on Page 9A




Peters, Cox Only Winners In Light Vote
-L ght Vote


Nathan Peters, Jr.


Dr. Jorge San Pedro and his wife, Amalia, were two of the few
electors who turned out to vote in the September primary. Poll work-
ers are Catherine Kennedy and Peggy Turner, seated.


It was one of the worst
turnouts in Gulf County voting
history Tuesday, as only 17% of
registered voters went to the polls
to cast their ballots.
In the only two local races on
the ballot, incumbent County
Commissioner Nathan Peters, Jr.
handily won re-election over chal-
lenger Amy Shackleford, 334 to
136. Peters represents District
Four.
In the District Two County,
Commission race. 18 votes pre-
vented Tommy D. Montford from
winning the September primary


Brian Cox


outright. Montford collected 207
votes, with Dallas Jones getting
133, and Lynwood Rhames 92.
Montford and Jones will be in a
runoff election on October 1. The
winner will face incumbent Billy
Traylor (Rep.) in November.
WEWAMHITCHKA ELECTION
Brian Cox won election to the
City Commission of Wewahitchka,
defeating Ralph Fisher, 187 to
121. Dallas Jones, the incum-
bent, ran for the county commis-
sion, district two, seat.
(See ELECTION on Page 7A)


the department.
Port St. Joe Police Sergeant
W, L. (Butch) Arendt approached
the board complaining of continu-
ing harassment toward, him from
Chief Leffert. He further dis-
cussed a written reprimand


Begin at 9 placed in his personnel file and an
gin at 9 a. i., internal investigation being con-
'Tl 5 p.m. Saturday ducted on him, stating his inten-
p. on to flea grievance on the mat-
It's finally here; the day has ter
arrived. Port St. Joe's Second Arendt notified the board two
Annual Scallop Day Festival will meetings ago (August 4) he had
take place this Saturday., filed discrimination charges
September 5, from 9:00 a.m. to against the police department,
5:00 p.m., at Frank Pate Park. based in his complaint that Chief
L| m 1Leffert had discriminated against
There will be something at the him because of his health-related
festival for every member of the disabilities.
family, from the oldest to the During discussion on the'
youngest. matter, several people spoke up in
The festival's younger visitors support of Police Chief Leffert.
can check out the golf game for praising him for doing an out-
kids or play speed ball by radar. stand ng job as police chief, while
The .face painting booth will be several others supported Sgt. '
back this year. Louise Gainnie, Arendt and his assessment of the
Susan Newton. and Pam issue.
Lawrence will be the artists in City commissioners took no
charge of it. official stance on the matter.
In place of last year's minia- Mayor Johnny Linton commented
ture fire truck, a miniature choo- that several things were being
choo train will be available for the done in hopes of resolving person-
children to ride. nel problems in the force.
Other people attending the The mayor explained it was
festival can walk around and look difficult to comment much on the
at all the booths, listen to the live matter since the city was involved
entertainment, or sample some in litigation with Sgt. Arendt.
delicious Southern cooking. Mayor Linton did point to
sisa specific actions that were taken
A variety of delicious foods, following discussions between
including several local specialties, him and Chief Leffert that he
will be available at the festival, hoped would be positive steps
You'll be able to tempt your toward easing tensions within the
taste buds with some All- force.
American fare, including snow Bi-monthly meetings with
cones, curly fries, foot-long hot police department personnel and
dogs, funnel cakes, corn dogs, the chief, realigning various tasks
baked goods, sdb sandwiches, and' functions within 'the force,
and crisp salads, or you can feast and the promotion of patrolman
some arpouthwatering barbe- Jame Hrsey the rank, ,f
'cue: a a""n'",' -If.. yo jut e sep "- a eing e.
Then again, if you just feef steps being taken. .


like a snack, you can' nibble on
some fresh boiled peanuts or
enjoy an icecream cone.
Or, if you're in the mood for
oriental cuisine, you can try some
beef-fried rice. shish-kabobs. egg
rolls, spring rolls, onion rings, or
chicken lo mein.
If you're feeling adventurous,
you can sample some cajun-fried
shrimp, alligator or shark shish-
kabobs. or lobster chunks. Those
who'd like a whole meal, instead
of snacks, can enjoy a grouper,
scallop, and shrimp dinner.
However, no matter what
(See SCALLOP on Page 7A)


Gulf County Sheriff Frank
McKeithen also approached the
board.
"I didn't come to dabble in
city politics," he said, but, "I'm
interested in good law enforce-
ment."
He pointed out the rare com-
bination of county and city law
enforcement personnel working
together that Gulf County and
Port St. Joe citizens currently
enjoyed.
"We. get along, work together
and fight' crime." he said in sup-
port of both Chief Leffert and
(See POLICE on Page 7A)


Official Start Made On Port St. Joe Elementary School Construction Project


Lord and Son'
i Given 450 Days

Port St. Joe Elementary
School students will be able to
greet Y2K in a brand new school
building. Groundbreaking cere-
monies held Friday mark the.
beginning of approximately 450
days of construction of new class-
rooms, which will be temperature
controlled and fitted with the lat-
est teaching aids.
A large crowd gathered Friday
morning at 9:30 a.m. to view offi-
cials brealdng ground in the area
adjacent to the playground and
behind the lunchroom of the cur-
rent school plant.
The project includes extensive
renovation of the present school,
along with some. demolition,
whlch will be done during the
summer months. The builder will
be Lord and Son Construction,
Inc.. and the architect is Bayne
Collins. Both were present at the
groundbreaking ceremonies on
Friday.
: Remarks were made prior to
groundbreaking by Principal
Catherine Barfield, Superinten-
dent of Schools Jery Kelley, and
school board chairman Charlotte
Pierce.
Ms. Ramsey reminisced on
her days in the school when it
was still a high school, and said
the. school has served well, but
now it will serve even better. She
q quoted former Supt. of Public
Instruction Walter Wilder by clos-
ing with, "We may be small, but
we don't have to be. small-time."
Kelley remarked that he invit-


GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONIES were held last Friday morning to start the construction project at Port St. Joe Elementary School.
Shown from left, are: Jessica Mock, Chris Watson, Catherine Barfield, Greg Johnson, Jerry Kelley, Charlotte Pierce, George Y. Cor., Jim
Norton (representing Cong, Allen. Boyd), Jerry Smithwick representing Cong. Boyd), Leven Lord, Bayne Collins, Caroline Norton, Charles
Costin, Walter Wilder, David Coley. (representing Rep. Jamey Westbrook).


ed everyone to join in checking
the programs offered by the
school for quality. Kelley was pre-
sented an American flag by Jerry
Smithwick and Jim Norton, repre-
senting Congressman Allen. Boyd.
The flag formerly flew over the
U.S. Capitol. Kelley said, "We'll
hoist it just as soon as the oppor-
tunity arises."
Board Chairman Pierce con-
gratulatpd Gulf County on being
the third in the state to pass a
half cent sales tax for educational
purposes. She also congratulated
the GIVE Committee for their ded-
icated work in drawing up, 'pro-
moting, and passing the half cent
sales tax in Gulf County.
The elementary school was
built 50 years ago to serve as the
high school for Port St. Joe, but
became too small to handle the
student load adequately. _In the
fall of 1970, it was renovated into
an elementary school, and the old
elementary campus was sold.
Now, it faces its third major reno-
vation in 50 years.
Present for the groundbreak-
ing were the representatives of
state and federal government,
architect, contractor, various
school officials, the GIVE
Committee, and school board
members. Reverend Billy Dixon
gave the invocation for the affair.
The welcome and introduc-
tion of guests was made by
Jessica Mock. Presentation of col-
ors was by the Port St. Joe High
School NJROTC. The Pledge of
Allegiance was led by Chris
Watson, and the playing of the
national anthem was by the Port
St. Joe High School band.













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The Star

PAGE TWO THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1998


No Candidates

THIS HAS BEEN ABOUT the least talked about election we
have had in several years. Even the candidates have not been
talking-at least we have not heard. them. This situation can
only add to the growing apathy of voters which we have experi-
enced the past several years. The news media and other public
entities beg and plead for the electors to come out and cast their
votes, all to no avail. We even threaten and belittle the voters to
do their duty and if they don't, we tell them they have no busi-
ness complaining when things don't go to suit them.
Well, the same situation exists when nobody runs for office.
They often-times leave it up to less qualified people to fill the of-
fices instead of offering themselves as candidates. Why not offer
for election? Because of the prevailing thought that "I wouldn't
run for office for anything!"
'THERE'S NOTHING MORE SATISFYING than public ser-
vice. No matter what the office is or how many constituents one
has, it is a satisfying experience to do a public job as well as one
can. It takes hard work and a little bit of money to get elected,
but nothing worth doing is free or lacks responsibility.
That's why the ones who offer themselves for public office do
it. Even with the usual back-biters nipping at your heels for
your entire term in office, it is an enjoyable experience and one
you'll never regret.
The more candidates run for an office, the better the voters'
choice. A case in point is the field of candidates we had seeking
the Sheriffs job in Gulf County two years ago. They were all
good men. The mediocre or sorry candidate knew he had just as
well not waste his time seeking the position. As a result, we were
bound to elect ourselves a good Sheriff.
WE'RE NOT SAYING THE CURRENT crop of candidates
won't make good public officials. We're not even saying they
won't do their very dead-level best at the job they are asking for.
We are saying that potential candidates need not shun the op-
portunity to get elected, robbing the electors of still another
choice with which to fill an office.


Scallop Festival

SATURDAY IS SCALLOP FESTIVAL DAY here In Port St.
Joe. It's a unique festival we can identify with-even if the scal-
lop population is scarce this year.
The scallop festival calls attention to one of the simplest of
sea creatures. It takes no special equipment to harvest them and
no special technique. Just wade the bay and pick them up. Har-
vesting scallops is one of the simplest, most enjoyable family
oriented activities there is. Families by the droves come here es-
pecially for this activity and enjoy themselves, whether or not
they locate any scallops.
This special day is to commemorate this wholesome activity,
which is thoroughly enjoyed by so many. We see families come
here with nothing but a washtub floating in an old inner tube
and maybe a web sack or two. to put their immediate catch in.
They wade the shallows of the bay, hunting the elusive scallop
and have just a great time!
..Others bring their sophisticated boats with' buoy markers
and depth finders. They have just as good a time in diving into
deeper water hunting their prey. People come equipped all in be-
tween the waders and the boaters. but all are after the same
'thing, and when they find them, all celebrate alike.
HUNTING THE ELUSIVE SCALLOP is the most stress-
correcting activity around the water, except for, maybe,
crabbing. In crabbing you need only a simple net on the end of a
stick and wade the shallows in search of your quarry. Both are
delicious eating! -'
The reason we are celebrating scallop day here, instead of
crab day, is that crab day is already taken by another communi-
ty., Scallop day is unique with Gulf County. There's not another
similar festival, anywhere. You will see and learn about things at
this festival you will find nowhere else. It isn't all commercial.
There are things to do except trudge from craft booth to craft ;
booth in the heat. You will learn about the life of the. scallop.
You will find out what they taste like and then you. too, will be' a
regular searcher of this delicious mollusk which is unlike .any,
other. You will learn what the vagaries of the bay are and what
makes it unique. .'
Crabs, oysters. clams; etc., all have their followers, but until
you have become a scallop-follower. you haven't really enjoyed
the water!


SHunker Down With Kes by Ksle coihert


I reckon the most difficult
thing about college is making it all
"Fit in". There's nothing like univer-
sity life. It's exciting, scary. adven-'
turesome. lonely,. mind boggling,
crowded, exasperating, over-
whelming .. and that's just the.'
first few minutes of the first day!
What a n6ble aspirati6n-to:
pass all- the 'knowledge gathered'.
down through the centunes from'
one generation to the next! 'For


Chewing
those who show up with a sincere
thirst for learning, they have found
their Shangri-la. For those that
aren't quite as thirsty, they may
still find some direction, some
maturity, some substance of
knowledge that %will enhance their
chances in life. Shoot. you get
yourself that close to a fountain of
intellectual exhortation and a little
spray is bound to splash over on
you.
I have two sons gearing up for
the first week of another college
year as I write this. I have some
extra good friends on campuses all
over the south. For a few of them it
is their First time down this road. .

Duty (and love) compels me to
lend some sage adv'ice-or meddle,


On The Ivy


as the case may be.
You go off to those storied
institutions of higher education
first and foremost to learn. But
you also go to enjoy the extracur-
ricular actitiUes, the band. foot-
ball, chorus, field hockey,. tennis.
or whatever. You go for the social
Interchange among new people
with varying backgrounds, to be
challenged by a willing faculty, to
steep yourself in tradition . all
of this you can find in the First
three pages of your college hand-
book.
And you also go to have fun.
If you manage to leave campus
without a healthy mixture of all of
the above ..... well. you didn't get
all there was ......


I'm thinking the key here is to
know when to do what
You study all the time and
your head begins to take on an
egg-shaped quality, your hair falls
out and ulcers start to eat on you
from deep inside. You go only for
the tennis and blow out a knee
halfway through your Junior year.
. .,.. you're in trouble. You go
only for the "gustb" and you waste
a lot of money, you waste a lot of
teachers' 'and administrators' time,
you fill up a 'space a worthy 'stiu-
dent 'could have used', and 'you
cheat yourself 'out of what' should
be the best time'of your life.
Yes,' most of all, you cheat
yourself ,.
Let me give. you a couple of

Take easy classes. This ..is
especially, important early in your
,career. And d don't believe that
baloney, about the harder the pro-
fessor, the more assignments he
piles on. the tougher he s ;I s -
the more you learn.' There Is no
correlation between difficult and
learning. Find the guy who makes
It Interesting, fun and enjoyable ..
I had. a philosophy teacher
once who gave us six hundred
books to read and memorize each
night. I didn't have time to learn-
I was too busy reading 1 was just
trying to hang on ..... to survive!
Just: across the hall, Abbo
Martin taught an English
Literature course. He didn't give
tests. He didn't bother with home-
work. He wasn't concerned with
impressing us with "how much he
knew". He mostly read to us each
day from Shelley. Keats, Bvron .
you couldn't help but listen :.
v and be drawn in. What love this
man had for his work! And'fdr
those long dead poets! And for his
:very live students) ;
I haven't done one lick of phi-
losophying in the ensuing thirty
years, but let mt tell you, I still
enjoy the rhyme of Shelley. the
depth of' Keats and the ,tragedy- of
Byron ., ,.. _. .. r_' ,.
I ,thihkLyou get the picture.
Don't believe everything they
say. I had a chemistry professor
who assured us that a piping hot
drink on a very warm day when
you are hot and thirsty will cool
you down much faster than a cold
drink. It has something to do with
body temperature and the outside
air and,: evaporation. ..'. phooey!
SDbn't go along with the crowd
....especially' when that voice
deep inside tells You "something
ain't'iight here". And If you hadn't
already 'figured that out-you're
not'smart enough to be in college
in the first place!
Find yourself, a quiet ,sp9t.
From time to time, you'll need to
do a little reflecting. on: home.
Your parents. Your friends, School.
The future. Money. Marriage.

(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)


Spotball Says, "It's STILL Dog Days Till Mocking Birds Sing"


A COUPLE OF weeks ago, I
went out on a limb and an-
nounced that as of August 11,
Dog Days were officially over and
done with for this year. I had this
on the authority of a calendar,
which had all kinds of, special
days printed on it, just like it was
the gospel truth.
You're familiar with these
know-it-all calendars, aren't you?
You know the kind; they tell you
everything from the best time to
go fishing, to the best time to ,
plant broccoli. They did it a year
ahead of time, too. Those calen-
dars will predict whether it is go-
ing to rain or be clear a specific
day... a year ahead of time.
I don't know who drew up
those calendars, but some people
swear by. them. They wouldn't
dare plant their carrots, or pota-
toes, or green beans without first
consulting "the calendar", to be
sure they were doing it right.
Well, I relied on this calendar
to get the correct day for the end-
ing of Dog Days, and. I put my


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trustAin a source of information I
couldn't trust in.

AT LEAST, I WAS told I was ,
trusting the wrong source by no
less a luminary for dates of
things which fall under the cate-
gory of "old wives' tales" as Her-
man 'Spotball" Barbee.
It used to be that the late
Jimmy Greer was- the ultimate
authority of such things. Jimmy
lived down Fourth Street from
The Star and on his way to town
he would shout as he passed by
the street intersection, "Wes,
we're now in th'e middle of Dog
Days and we will -be until, the
.mocking birds start to sing


again." 1
Wouldn't you know I had ng-
glected to listen for a mockir
bird's song and therefore I didr t
have a clue of whether what Ji -
my told me was right or wrong.
Since it was Jimmy doing the tel-
ing, I took it as the unvarnishl
truth. '
Jimmy 'knew' other truth I
too, and expounded on the
while he was dispensing gaso.li
from Miller's Service Station. Fr
instance he knew that commq
old bread pudding, like my mot0-
er used to make if she should
happen to come up with any day
old bread in our house with fiee
boys, all bent 'on seeing that 4b
.. *1 -*.. *'


bread lived at our house longer
than its .time ... which was one
day-became "'!teen's pudding'.,"
if you just added ,raisins to the
mixture.
' Bread 'pudding or "queen's
pudding",-both tasted, good and
lasted around our house for a
shorter period of time than the
bread did.
Again, I couldn't swear that
plain old bread 'pudding became
queen's i pudding by simply add-
ing raisins, but Jimmy said it was
so and I had no authority to con-'
tradict him.
" Besides, .I was too busy eat-
ig the' bIread/queen's pudding to
dispute its origin with Jimmy.
We were served what Jimmy
called queen's pudding about two
or three Thursday's ,a month at
Rotary Club ,and I have since ex-
perienced it on occasion' at Crack-
er Barrel Restaurants.
I'll give you a hint. The last.
time I was at the Cracker Barrel
in Tallahassee, I was told they no
longer had bread pudding on


their menu.

BUT, BACK TO Dog Days.
Spot 'Barbee-among a host of'
others-button-holed me the very,
next Sunday at church, by ask-
ing, "Where did you hear a mock-
ing bird sing?"
I had to tell him I hadn't, so
far as I knew. There's a mocking
bird which built a nest in the
azalea bush outside my bathroom
window, but I confess I hadn't no-
ticed whether or not he/she had
sung!
It was so hot I just figured
she sat on her nest in the cool
shade and had jUst foregone sing-'
ing until the cool of the evening.
Spot pressed the matter fur-
ther, by stating, "I haven't heard
a mocking bird sing a single note
since way back,ln July and I have
been listening for them!"
Spot wanted Dog Days to
come to an end, too.
I wouldn't 'know a mocking
bird's song if I were to hear one
warble, "Tennessee Waltz"I


THE ONLY ACTUAL experi-
ence I had with a mockingbird
was a few years ago and I be-
'lieve itwas during Dog Days!
This one time we had a huge
tom cat. He was large enough to
take, ;care 'of himself under any
circumstances. One day, I noticed
him sneaking up on something in
a bush out in our back yard.. Old s
tom was as stealthy as could be
in his.sneaking.
Suddenly, a mocking .bird
started dive bombing that big old
tom cat, putting him flat on his
belly and motionless for the first
two or three dives. Then, w*yhen
the diving and pecking with the
sharp beak continued, the' cat
broke and ran during one of the
bird's passes. As large as he was,
he broke, .and ran. The mocking
bird had put him to flight!,
It seems the' tomr cat;,'was
sneaking toward the mocking
bird's nest and the mockingbird
was going to have none of that!
Mocking birds are mean dur-
ing Dog Days!


-THE STAR-
USPHS 51880
Published Every Thursday at 304-308 Williams' Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 '
by -The Star Publishing Company of Port St. Joe,'lnc.
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Capital City Buys Eight First Union Banks
Bank Group added, "This major ford, Clay, and Putnam counties. City is headquartered i
St. Joe franchise expansion advances the We expect this transaction to Tallahassee. Capital City Ban


Office-Seven

Others-Sold!
Capital City Bank, a sub-
sidiary of Capital City Bank
Group, Inc., has r announced the
signing of an agreement to pur-
chase eight offices from First
Union National Bank.
The offices involved serve the
Florida communities of Chipley,
Sunny Hills, Port St. Joe,
Keystone Heights, Starke (two
offices), and Palatka (two offices).
-Under the terms of this agree-
ment Capital City will purchase
:the. office facilities and assume
$218 million. in :deposits.. First
Union will retain loans now ser-
.viced centrally by the bank.
,Deposits will continue to be
insured by the FDIC, and all eight
offices will continue to serve exist-
'ing and new customers in their
respective communities.
All associates will remain in
their current positions and join
Capital City at the closing sched-
uled, subject to regulatory
approval, to occur in the fourth
*# quarter of 1998. Financial terms
of the agreement were not dis-
closed. All employees, officers and
directors will remain in place with
the new system.
William G. Smith, Jr.,
President and CEO of Capital City



Kesley

S"(From Page 2)
Religion. Direction. The universe.
Hope. Some stupid thing you did.
or said.
Find yourself a trusted friend.
Don't pull in single harness. You
don't have to bear the weight of the
world all by yourself.
Go to class. You can't believe
.how that one discipline will set you
up for the rest of your life.
Work hard. It's the most
Important job you'll ever havel
Chart your own path. This is a
tough one. College advisors are
great but they're not Infallible. No
'matter how well intended,' they
don't know all you know, or desire,
or dream. Parents can.h,elp. and
believe me, they want to. but their
time has passed. It's your life,
kiddo! You need to listen to every-
* one carefully, thoughtfully, prayer-
fully. .... and then choose wise-
ly. Hey, I would recommend, very
wisely .. 'cause you are
gonna have to live with itl
S.Have some fun. Enjoy where
S you're at! Appreciate what life has
for you! Be thankful for all the help
you've had along the wayl Eat up
some of that tradition and bell tow-
ers and ivy covered walls and dor-
mitory raids and late night pizza
follies.
Make yourself a bushel basket
Sfull of memories.
SYou're young.
They are goingto be with you
fora long, long time...,;
Wish I Could Be There,
'Kes


company s strategic plan whicn
calls for growth in North and
Central Florida. Capital City is
excited about the opportunity to
introduce its style of community
banking with local decisions mak-
ers to Washington, Gulf, Brad-


increase earnings per snare ui
1999."
Final closure of the sale is
expected to be around December
1.
Founded in 1895, Capital


rates have been set by all three.
Gulf County
Gulf County is proposing to
increase millage rates slightly
(approximately 1/4 mil) from
7.309 (1997-98) to 7.5883 mills
(1998-99). Commissioners expect
to generate 85,133,538 in tax rev-
enue this year which will repre-
sent a slight increase over the 97-
98 revenue of $4.726,233.
Preliminary budget hearings
are scheduled for September 9th
at 5:01 p.m., ET, in the board's


meeting room at the Gulf County
Courthouse complex.
City of Port St. Joe
The Port St. Joe city commis-
sloners held the line on millage
rates, maintaining 5.2408 mills
for the fourth consecutive year.
City Clerk Pauline Pendarvis
said things were a little different
this year: maintaining the same
village actually results in a slight
decrease in revenue when the roll
back rate is applied, because of
decrease in property valuation


n
k


has over $1.0 billion in assets
and, following the completion of
this purchase, will expand to 44
banking offices, 42 ATMs, and
nine Bank 'N Shop locations in 17
Florida counties.


Jerry Smithwick, left, and Jim Norton, school building when its construction is
right, representing Congressman Allen Boyd, complete. Receiving the presentation are
deliver an American Flag which has flown Charlotte Pierce, school board chairperson
over the U. S. Capitol building in Washing- and Jerry Kelley, Superintendent of
ton, D.C. to fly over the new elementary Schools.


Dates, Tin
All three of the remaining
major taxing authorities in Gulf
County have set dates and times
for preliminary budget public
hearings.
The Gulf County School
Board finalized its budget last
month leaving Gulf County and
the cities of Port St. Joe and
Wewahitchka to finish the
process.
As most county residents
noticed on their recently received
TRIM notices, preliminary village


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person answered your call. "She" the exception.


was able to direct our calls to the
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I phoned an insurance com-
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THE GULF COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
S' NEEDS YOUR HELP.


'The Sites and Buildings Inventory Subcommittee has been charged with making a
list bf all available industrial and commercial sites and buildings in Gulf County.
To make this list uniform and compatible with Enterprise Florida's statewide
listings, we are using Enterprise Florida's Site Inventoiv' Form and Building
Inventory Form.

These forms are available at the locations shown below. If you own an available
industrial or commercial sites) or buildingss, PLEASE fill out the appropriate
form(s), and return to the Gulf County Economic Development Committee. If you
have questions concerning utilities, please contact the utility serving the site or
building. If you have other questions, please contact one of the subcommittee
members shown below.

Gulf County desperately needs economic development, but we cannot attract new
businesses and industries until we have defined exactly what we have to offer!

ENTERPRISE FLORIDA FORMS ARE AVAILABLE AT:


PORT ST. JOE:
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK
PUBLIC LIBRARY
THE STAR PUBLISHING Co.


WEWAHITCHKA:
CITY HALL
U. S. POST OFFICE
WEWAHITCHKA STATE BANK


SUBCOMMITTEE MEMBERS: CLAY SMALLWOOD (850) 229-949 I
TOMMY PITTs (850) 229-8294
GREGG MAHLKOV (850) 229-7447


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Mexico Beach Awarded


C.O.P.S. Fund Grant


The Department qf Justice
has awarded Community
Oriented Policing Services (COPS)
grants to the City of Trenton, the
Washington County Sheriffs
Department, the Mexico Beach
Police Department, and the
Wakulla County Sheriffs
Department.
The Mexico Beach Police
Department and the Wakulla
County Sheriffs Department
received $61,164 and $370,985
respectively.
These grants, provided under
the COPS Universal Hiring
Program, will allow law enforce-
ment agencies to hire additional:
sworn officers by helping to pay
for salaries and benefits. Mexico
Beach will be able to hire two
part-time officers and Wakulla
County will have six new full-time
positions.
Grants are made for up to 75
percent of the total salary and
benefits of each officer over three
years. up to a maximum of.
875,000 per officer.
The City of Trenton and the
Washington County Sheriffs
Department received S 11,417 and
$10,386 respectively under the
COPS Small Communities Grant
Program, which serves communi-
ties with a population under
50,000.
These one-time grants will
pay for a portion of the fourth-
year salary and benefits of exist-
ing COPS-funded officers and will
allow these law enforcement
agencies to retain one police offi-
cer position in each community.
The COPS program was creat-


ed by the Department of Justice
after President Clinton's 1994
State of the Union pledge to put
100,000 additional police officers
and sheriffs' deputies on
America's neighborhood streets.
The program's goal is not only
to create additional police posi-
tions, but also to promote
community policing strategies.
These strategies address the
causes and reduce the fear of
crime and social disorder through
problem-solving tactics and
community-police partnerships.


Sixth Annual

WIG Meeting
The public is cordially invited
to join the membership of the
Washington Improvement Group
as they celebrate the Sixth
Annual Meeting from 6:30 until 8
p.m., ET, on Thursday,
September 3rd (tonight).
The event will be held at the
WIG Teen Center. located at 198
Peters Street in Port St. Joe. Dr.
Timothy Lamar Beard will be the
guest speaker. His topic will be
"Volunteerism and Community
Involvement".

City Hall Hours Shortened
According to a release from
Pauline Pendarvis, Port St. Joe
City Clerk, a permanent change
has been made in the operation of
City Hall. Beginning Monday,
August 31st, City Hall will only be
open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.


within the city.
A total of 81,510,683 Is
expected to be collected in tax rev-
enue this year.
Preliminary budget hearings
are scheduled for September lOth
in the commission room at City
Hall, beginning at 6 p.m., ET.
City of Wewahitchka
Wewahitchka once again set
an example for frugalness reduc-
ing millage rates to city taxpayers
from 2.6 to 2.469 mills to meet
the roll back rate (the rate


required to generate the same
amount of revenues as the previ-
ous year).
City Manager Don Minchew
said commissioners hope to be
able to eventually reduce millage
rates even lower.
The board has a proposed
budget of just over 81 million dol-
lars for the 98-99 fiscal year.
Preliminary budget hearings
are set for 6:30 p.m., CT, on
September 10th at Wewahitchka
City Hall.


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Garden

Club Starts

New Year
The Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club will commence its
new year on Tuesday, September
8th at the Gulf County Beaches
Fire Station community room, in
St. Joe Beach, at 10:00 a.m., ET.
An exciting year is planned
for the club. The program for
September, "Plants That Attract
Butterflies to Yards and
Gardens", will be presented by
Mr. and Mrs. McGill of Mac's
Nursery on Highway 73 North in
Kinard. They have invited the
members to visit their nursery to
see their plants.
A field trip to the nursery will
be planned and announced at a
later date.
Hostesses for the meeting will
be Alice Kunel, Jean Jackson and
Jean Heathcock. All members and
potential members are urged to,
attend.


"ort St. Joe

Gardeners

Begin '98-'99
With plans for an' exciting
,year, Port St. Joe Garden Club
'members will have their first
Smreeting for the 1998-99 year on
Thursday. September 10.
- The meeting will start at 9:30
a.m. at the center on Eighth'
'Street in Port St. Joe. Members
will then travel to White City for a
program by Jean Stebel at her
home. A salad luncheon will be
enjoyed by members as they'
return to the center after the pro-
gram..
Interested persons are invited
to attend and members are
encouraged to support the club
this year with your attendance.


Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Hall
of Blakely. Georgia, would like to
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Laura Leigh. to Bill
Thomas Jr., the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred William Thomas, Sr. 'of
Apalachicola.


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The bride-elect is the grand-
daughter.of Mr. and Mrs. William
J. Benton. Sr. of PhenLx City,
Alabama. Merle J. Buckner of
Blakely, and the late Lowell N.
Hall.
Hall is a graduate of Early),
County High School and Auburn,
University, where she received a
Bachelor of Science degree in
chemistry. She is employed as an "
environmental coordinator at
Florida Coast Paper Company in
Port St. Joe.
The future bridegroom is the
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
V'arnes,- of, Apalachicola. and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred W. Thomas of
Goose Creek, South 'Carolinai
He is a graduate" of
Apalachicola High School and .
Troy State University. where he
received a Bachelor 'of Science
degree in physical education. He
is employed as the athletic direc-
tor and head football and baseball
coach at Apalachicola High
School.
The wedding is planned for
5:00 p.m. on January 9, 1999, at
First Baptist Church in Blakely.


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other items
Saturday, Sept. 5th
8 a.m. till
at Gulf South Storage Units,
corner of 5th d& Garrison
Unit B


Case Aide Position Available
The Gulf County Senior Citizens ,are
accepting applications tbr a part-time 20
hours per week case aide. Applicants must
have own reliable transportation and be
willing to travel within GulfCounty and
work with the elderly. Applicants must be a
good typist, have basic math skills, and the
ability to get along with others. Must have
high school diploma or G.E.D. ;
Applications can be picked up at the
Port St. Joe Senior Citizens Center. The
deadline for applications is Sept. 21,
1998 at 5 p.m. The Senior Citizens are an
equal opportunity employer. The salary:
will be based on the qualifications of
applicant between $5.50 and $6.00 per
hour. Please call 229-8466 for additional
information.


To Marry
Mr. and Mrs. Robert. W.
Shurrum would like to announce
the forthcoming marriage of their
son, William L. Shurrum, Sr., of
Overstreet, to Michelle L.
Whittington, also of Overstreet,
on Friday, September 4th.
The ceremony will begin at
7:30 p.m. at the home of Norman ,
Walters, located at 337 Pine
Street in Wewahitchka. All friends
and relatives are invited to attend.



AARP


Chapter


Opens


New Year

The St. Joseph Bay AARP,
Chapter 3425 has scheduled its
first meeting of the fall 'on
Wednesday, September 9th In the
Stiles Brown Senior Center,
beginning at 12:30 p.m., ET.
It will be a covered dish lun-
cheon, so those attending should
bring along a dish of vegetables,
casserole, salad, dessert or meat.
Everything else will be fTrnished
by the chapter.
The speaker for this meeting
will 'be Dr. John Vlandis from
Tallahassee. He is a member of
the state's AARP organization.
The program is to be about Social
Security and Medicare, so be pre-
pared to ask some questions on
these subjects and all attending
may learn something new.
There will also be information
available about the chapter's
community services that were
planned last spring. The projects
include lap robes for Bay St.
Joseph Care Center patients,
cuddly toys and dolls for the Gulf
County Sheriffs Department to
distribute, and Christmas crafts
for the chapter's Christmas cele-
bration this year.
These items will all be hand
made, so there Is need for helpful
hands, men and women. Also,
organizers would like for everyone
to bring some scrap items which
you may have laying around. not
being used up. There will be
helpers to show or teach you what
to do with the scraps. Patterns
are welcome too, or you may have
an item you would like to' share.
For information call Vesta Conley
at 648-5853.
Those involved in spearhead-
ing the local AARP group would
like you to know that you don't
have to wait until you are 50
years old to attend its meetings-
you can join In as a guest. or be
added to the associates member-
ship list. It only will cost Sl per
year, but you can't vote, hold an
elective office, or chairperson
until you are 50 years sold.
There is a need for help to
install handrails in some of the
.area senior's homes; materials
will be furnished. Any retiree with
the knowledge to perform this
task is urged to put it into motion
to help save a leg, arm, back,
head or even. a life-that is what
handrails can dol For more infor-
mation, call Ed Knight at 229-
6784.


Historical Society
The St. Joseph Historical
"Society will meet on Saturday,
September 12th at 3:00 p.m. at
the Gulf County Library in Port
St. Joe. All members are urged to
attend this gathering.


Alfla and Eunice T. Mirabella
;,of Apalachicola celebrated their
50th -anniversary on August 22'
with a reception hosted by their
children. '
S The couple was married on
August 22;' 1948, in Apalachicola.,
Their children are Al


'Mirabella of Apalachicola and;
Mary Jo Estesbof Tallahassee. Mr.f
and Mrs. Mirabella have two!
grandchildren.
Mrs. Mirabella is retired from'
the State of Florida H.R.S. office,'
and he is retired from the St. Joe
Paper Mill.


200 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe 229-8716


Mirabellas' 50th Anniversary


Laura Leigh Hall Bill Thomas, Jr.


Engaged








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SEPTEMBER'S EVENTS FOR THE
PORT ST. JOE SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER


M.B. Family
History Center
The Mexico Beach Family
History Center, located in the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints, at 318 Robin Lane (off
15th Street), has resumed regular
hours of operation.
Family history researchers
may now use the facility on
Tuesday and Thursdays from 12
to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 8
a.m. until 12 p.m. The center has
over 100 microfilms including
films of census, marriage, and
death records.
Available to researchers are a
computer with the Family Search
software and CD's available, two
microfilm readers, and two micro-
fiche readers.
Researchers are urged to call
ahead to reserve time on the com-
puter and readers. Please.' call
648-8182 during regular hours.


Tues/Thurs.
Tues.
Wed./Thurs.
Mon..
1


*Commodity Distribution at Washington
Improvement Group building
*Representative from FHA, Loans/Grants
will be at the courthouse
*Commodity Distribution at Wewahitchka
Senior Center
*Social Security Representative at Port
St. Joe Senior Citizens Center
*Diabetic Support Group at Port St. Joe
Senior Citizens Center
*Alzheimers Support Group at Port St.
Joe Senior Citizens Center .


WEEKLY HAPPENINGS AT IHE .CENTER...j
10:30-11 am *Exercise Classes
5-10 pm *Bingo for the Public
1-5 pm *A.A.R.P. Information/Referral
2-4:30 pm *-Bridge Games
(All times listed are Eastenr Standard Time.)


V


Exercise Program
for Senior Citizens
The Gulf County Senior
Citizens are now offering an exer-
cise program, two days a week.
that is designed for men and
women, age 60 and over. The
classes will be held every Tuesday
and Thursday at 10:30 a.m. in the
Senior Citizens Center in Port St.


Joe. All seniors are invited to
Come out, get In shape, and have
good time.
-Extend Thanks
The family of Nellie Williams
would like to extend heartfelt love
and appreciation to the many.
inany wonderful, thoughtful
friends who were there for her
and us when we needed them the
most. May God bless all of you!


The Cross
I've seen many crosses in my lifetime,
It's a familiar symbol here on earth.
But until you learn the meaning from
the Bible, you really don't know its
worth. ''* .
Criminals were nailed to a cross and
suffered for many hours.
Jesus was nailed to a cross for sins.
they were not His. but ours.
He was perfect in every way,. that's
why He had to die.
Because no one else was good
enough, to die for you and .
Never before or since, has anyone
shown such love.
Nothing on earth could touch It, this
had to come from above.
Now that you know a little more about
the cross, and that Jesus died foJ
your sin.
You need to ask Him Into your heart.
and He'll cleanse you from within.
Billy Johnson


Express
Appreciation
The family of the late Albert
Thames would like to express our
appreciation for the acts of kind-
ness shown us through your
cards, food, flowers and visits
during the illness and loss 'of our
loved one. A special thank you to
NHC HomeCare staff, Gulf
County Emergency Medical
Service,O Gulf Pines Hospital staff,
Dr. P. V. Poonai and Rev. David
Fernandez.
The Thames Family

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has also contributed S600 toward
the purchase of library books for
the Accelerated Reading Programs
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"The Accelerated Reading
Program is the most effective sys-
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to read." said May. "All of the
schools desperately need money
to increase the number of books
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Dr. May also added that he
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Scallop Recipes


Super Scallop
Casserole
Hugh Donald
1 lb scallops
4 oz butter or margarine
2 tb flour
1 red pepper, diced
1 green pepper, diced
1 onion, chopped
2 cups mushrooms
bread crumbs
cheese of choice
pepper, to taste
*AAA** ***A*********
Poach scallops in salted
water. Keep juice. Prepare white
sauce by combining butter and
flour. Add broth from scallops
until desired consistency is,
achieved. Add peppers, mush-
rooms and onion to mixture.
Place in a baking dish and cover
with bread crumbs, cheese of
your choice, and pepper.

Tasty Scallop
Bubbly Bake
Main Dish
1 lb Scallops
Salt
2 tb Butter
1 Garlic clove, mashed
1/2 cup Onion, chopped
1 cup Celery, chopped
1 cup button mushrooms
3/4 cup green pepper, julliene
2 tb buttered bread crumbs
1 tb parmesan cheese
t bWine Sauce
3 tb butter
3 tb flour
1/2 cup chicken stock


1/2 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup Cuvee superior white
-or other good white wine
A****AAAA****AA AA*
Preheat oven to 3750 F.
Select the scallops of desired
size. Medium (1-inch diam) size
offers best texture and visual
attraction, although the tiny but-
ton size have been used effective-
ly. Mushrooms should be selected
that are the same size as your
scallops.
Clean the scallops and season
with salt to taste. Mash one clove
of garlic and saute in the butter.
Add the scallops and the veg-
etables and fry for about 10 min-
utes, or until half cooked. The
colour and texture of the scallops
should be an indicator. Drain the
mixture and reserve any liquid to
include with the sauce. Place the
scallops and vegetable mixture
into a suitably sized casserole
dish.
For the sauce:
In a saucepan, heat the but-
ter. Add the flour. Cook for 2 min-
utes. Add the liquids, including
the reserved liquid from the frying
process. Combine well and sim-
mer until thick.
Pour the sauce over the scal-
lops and vegetables and stir to
coat. Sprinkle the bread crumbs
and:parmesan cheese lightly over
the top.
Bake at 3750 F for 20 min-
utes.
Yield: 4 servings


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Marie Naegele (left) and
Jackie Cobb, R.N. (right).
'Gulf Pines Honors
Two Employees,
The Employee Recognitiori
Committee at Gulf Pines Hospital
identified Admissions Supeivisor;
Marie Naegele and Nursing Shift
Supervisor Jacki Cobb, R.N. as,
outstanding employees at a recep-
tion recently held at the hospital
in their honor.
"Marie is one of the most cai G
ing and giving people anywhere."
said Assistant. Administrator-
Tessa Goff about Naegele. "She
,does everything she can to make
,our patients feel comfortable and
to see that their needs are met."
Naegele is a long time resident of
Port St. Joe whose pride and joy is-
her children, Sarah and Lace.. ,
Cobb lives at St. Joe Beach
and says, "I enjoy working at Gulf
Pines. We're small and we have'
much more personal contact within
our patients and families. We getP
to know our patients and families.
I like being able to do that a lot." -
Dr. Owen Oksanen, Immedi-
ate past president of the Gulf-'
Pines Hospital's medical staff,'
commented, "Jackie Cobb is an'ii
outstanding nurse. She not only
does her best, but does awonder-t
ful job of organizing and mbtivai- I
ing the rest of our nursing staff to
do their best."
The Employee Recognition'
Program at Gulf Pines encourages'
patients, families., and visitors to
nominate staff members who pro-
vide outstanding service for spe-
cial recognition.


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You can help safeguard your
health by observing these tips:
*Keep foods cold (below 40
degrees Fahrenheit) or hot (above
140 degrees Fahrenheit). Foods
left out between those tempera-
tures for more than two hours
should be discarded.
*Keep cooked foods separate
from raw foods. Cross-contamina-
tion of foods could occur if bacte-
ria-harboring raw food comes in
contact with cooked foods! Wash
hands, utensils, cutting boards
and counter tops after preparing
or handling raw meats.
*Don't interrupt the cooking
process. If you are partially cook-
ing foods indoors to finish cooking
on the grill, make sure the food
goes directly from the oven to the
hot grill. Don't let the food stand


By BOB CRAWFORD
Commissioner of Agriculture
Warm weather brings picnic
and cookout season, a traditional
time for family and friends to
gather, socialize and have fun.
But higher outdoor temperatures
can also help food-borne bacteria
multiply quickly, spoiling food
and causing illness.
When left unrefrigerated, var-
ious food, products can become
contaminated with bacteria. Some
bacteria-undetected by sight,
smell or taste-produce danger-
ous toxins that cause food poi-
soning. Especially at warmer tem-
peratures, they thrive on foods
,that are left out. Even if the bac-
teria are later killed by heat or-
cold, the toxins can remain to
cause illness.


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*Store leftovers,in small, sep-.
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Meat, poultry, fish, oysters
and other shellfish, and eggs
should not be eaten raw. These
foods should be maintained in a
refrigerator at a temperature
below 40 degrees Fahrenheit and
cooked thoroughly before .eating.
A cooking temperature of 160
degrees is advised. When cooking,"
use a meat thermometer or follow
these tips:
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1998 PAGE 7A


other dishes you may try, don't
leave without having some of
those succulent scallops.
Those attending the festival
can enjoy their food, or simply sit
and talk with friends, in the cool
shade of a large dining tent.

The Scallop Festival will fea-
ture live entertainment, and a
wide variety of talented local indi-
viduals and groups will be per-
fdrming throughout the day. So,
whether your taste runs to gospel
music, drama, stand-up comedy,
or rock and roll, one of these acts
is sure to get your feet tapping
and your hands clapping.

Almost 60 booths will be set
up at the park. Some of these will
be} info-centers and educational
booths. These will be distributing
information about the marine life
in St. Joseph Bay, St. Vincent's
Island Wildlife Preserve, and
many other environmental
aspects of the area. while others
Will be displaying information
about local businesses or organi-'
zations.
There will,-also be a "touch
tank." containing scallops and
other creatures and plants from
'the bay. This is a perfect opportu-
nity to get a closer look at some of
ithe marine life, that, lives in the
S Bay and the surrounding waters.
Reach right in and touch one of
.,these amazing little animals.
The Marine Patrol will also
have an exhibit, and it will be giv-
4ing away free boat safety inspec-
tions. NO fines will be levied.
Not all of the booths will be
-strictly educational however;
many of them will be showcasing
,the work of a wide variety of gifted
artists from the community.
i Among the wares that will be
on display are the following: oil
hand watercolor paintings, scrap-
book materials, original wildlife
prints, custom adult, baby, and
children's clothing. \ictdrian-style
jewelry, intarsia wood art (inlaid
wood pictures). towel creations,
beanie babies, candles, angel art,
band hats.
pOther crafts and products at
the festival will be stain glass
phatntings, homemade shelves,
natural body products, carved;
wood chests, boxes, plaques. quilt
racks, and baly cradles, special
bead and wire j.'welyr, copper and
brass designs and handmade
cloth dolls.
Fl'|Sal-goers caij abo' iave a'a
vm&e- Slt;VirintedrAr -thaemn I
sthg a photoertcoloi sketch. or
picture. These shirts can also be
personalized with your name. a
message, or special border.
* Additionally, those attending
that day can have their portrait
drawn by a skilled caricaturist, or

Thank You
I would like to extend my
deep gratitude to everyone who
called, visited) brought food, and
prayed for my family and me dur-
ing the loss of my sister, Debbie.
the love and friendship expressed
to me has made this difficult time
easier.
,i With sincere thanks
.,' TerrY Nunnery


they can have a photo painted
onto various items.
Port St. Joe's Second Annual
Scallop Day Festival is sure to be
a day of fun for everyone. Bring
your children, your friends, and
the rest of your family to Frank
Pate Park on September 5. It's
going to be an unforgettable dayl
Don't Miss It!
Also attending the festival will
be U.S. Congressman Allen Boyd
and state representative Jamey
Westbrook.


The City of Wewahitchka has
received official word from the
Florida Attorney General's Office
concerning the validity of its city
charter and several revisions
recently made by the city commis-
sion.
In the response, Assistant
Attorney General Gerry
Hammond stated, "The Attorney
General, like the courts, must
presume' that a duly-enacted
municipal charter is valid until
such time as a court rules other-
wise."
Hammond' also referred to
Florida Statutes, stating that,
"The charter, as revised by the
amendment or amendments.
becomes effective as a consolidat-
ed document from the time it is
filed with the Department of
State."
An opinion from the attorney
general was sought after the
board's July 13th meeting when
STom Semmes approached the
board inquiring whether, the
revised city charter had been filed
with the state.


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police department personnel.
Mayor Linton told ever
present, the board, along
police department personnel
Chief Leffert, would be wor
together to try and iron out
current tensions within the f
Museum To Get Face Li
Anne Harvey, supervisor
Constitution Museum in Por
Joe notified the commission:
plans by the Florida Park Se
to give the museum a face lifi
Work will get underway ,
to redo the front of the mus
complete with new signage it


City Manager Don Minchew
advised the board at that time
that, through his oversight, he
had failed to send the document
to Tallahassee for legislative
approval.
Wewahitchka City Attorney
David Carl Gaskin submitted the
revised charter to the state via
registered mail the following day.
Gaskin had also given the
board an opinion on the issue,
prior to seeking the Attorney
General's opinion, that closely;,'
paralleled his findings.
S He noted that the charter
amendments were voted on and
approved by a majority of the
electors and have been filed with
the Department of State accord-
ing to requirements under Florida
Statutes.
Major revisions included in
the amended document were the
creation of the city manager's
position and city commissioners
being considered as full time
Employees (entitling them to
employee health benefits).
All that aside, the dilemma
concerning the matter seems to
have ended with the revised char-
ter now in effect.


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Election from Page


LOCAL RACES'
COUNTY COMM., DIST. 2
Dallas Jones 133
Tommy D. Montford 207
Lynwood Rhames .92
COUNTY COMM., DIST. 4
Nathan Peters, Jr. 334
Amy Shackleford 136
WEWA CITY COMMISSION
Brian Cox 187
Ralph Fisher 121
DEMOCRATIC RACE
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Bob Butterworth 1124
Ellis Rubin 206

EDUCATION COMMISSIONER
J. Keith Arnold 344
Ron Howard 641
Peter Rudy Wallace 239


REPUBLICAN RACE
U.S. SENATOR
Charlie Crist 9
Andy Martin 4
SECRETARY OF STATE
Katherine Harris 7
Sandra "Sandy" Mortham 6
ATTORNEY GENERAL
David Bludworth 7
Fred Dudley 5 :
TREASURER
Tim Ireland
Joseph Smith 4
EDUCATION COMMISSIONER
Faye Culp 4
Tom Gallagher 9
AGRICULTURE COMM.
Timothy Lee Bearson 4
"Rich Faircloth 8


effort to improve visitor traffic,
she said.
Also being planned is a "free
entry day" on January 11, 1999.
Mrs. Harvey said January 11
would be a special day at the
rpuseum complete with actors
portraying what life was like in
the early 1800's when Florida's
first constitution was signed.


ofce Ribbon Cutting at Old
Maddox Homesite
The old Maddox homesite at
om Maddox/Shipyard Cove, Park is
nearly ready for occupancy of the
Gulf County Chamber of
Commerce as its new office head-
quarters. .
1 Using historic preservation
grant funds, the chamber. with
the help. of volunteers and city
work crews, have nearly finished
16 refurbishing the historic home,
40 place.
Chamber Executive Director
Diane Schulz .told commissioners
'7 that Maddox family members
64 wpuld be able to attend the ribbon
cutting scheduled for October I at
43Qp.m. ,


58 In Other Business
*Agreed to advertise an ordi-
nance establishing rates and
88 method of payment for Ward
41 Ridge %water and sewer customers.
*Decided to schedule a spe-,
cial meeting to discuss a request
4 foi a 850,000 loan made by Gulf
92 Pines Hospital. "


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*Made plans to rope off the
parking area around Frank Pate
Park for Saturday's Scallop Day.
Signs will be in place: to point,
boaters and,, visitors to.:planned
parking areas.
S'Discussed stepping up
' maintenance on *.the, city's nine-,
hole golf course.,: ,' .


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To my friends & ci
I deeply appr


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tizens of Port St. Joe,
reciate your confi- I


1 dence and support shown to me dur-
ing the Septenber 1, 1998 election. A

S very speij1l '"Thank.Youi,".for pro- v ,
IlToting good 'goernff'erit'anid good O':. -IJ0
leadership. I pledge my allegiance to "
Gulf County and its citizens. God is good all of
the time, and all the time God is good. )1

":Working for all the people of Guf County"
Your County Commissioner ,,

, NATHAN PETERS, JR.
Il Pd Pol Ad-, Pd for and Approved by Nathan Peters, Jr., candidate for County Commissioner, District 4-Demnocrat
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Women's Service at Beach Baptist Annual"Women's
Day Observance


Labor Day
In Proverbs 16:3 we
find, "Commit your work
to the Lord, and your
plans will be estab-
"- lished." Work is honor-
able. In our world, there
are many types and kinds
Oliver F. Taylor of work. As Christians we
Visitation Minister, First have a responsibility to
United Methodist Church
carry our share of the
load.
Labor Day is a day set aside to give honor to
those who work to keep our nation stable. We
need people whose work gives balance to our
great nation. There are many kinds of work from
white collar to blue collar. Some work with their
heads and others work with their hands.
Some work in fields, some in factories, some
in stores, some in offices, and the list goes on.
and on. God expects all to carry their load.
Honest work is glorified by God.






t The Port St.Joe communft'ity is

invited to farewell reception :O

to be held in honor of


Father Thorn Crandall

S of St. Joseph's Catholic Church.

it will be held on Sept. 13th in St.

Joseph's Parish Hall from 2 to 4 4

^ o'clock in the afternoon.




BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
311 Columbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM ET EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PM ET
Sunday School 9:45 am
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
For information concerning our bus ministry, please call 647-5026 -



First Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
Church Office 227-1493 Gus Carpenter, Pastor
Sunday School .................. 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship .......... 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service ............ 6:30 p.m.
W wednesday .................... 7:00 p.m .
We Invite You to Come
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us



first United Mfethodist Church
S 111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410

Worship Services .......................... 9:00 a.m. CT
Church School ............................. 10:15 a.m. CT

SHARING THE GOSPEL
Rev. Ted Lovelace, Pastor Dr. John Anderson, Music Director
Parsonage Phone: 648-4424 Office Phone: 648-8820


THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY


ST. JAMES' *


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

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor


Discover God's love! -.
Everyone welcome

Long Avenue
BAPTIST *CHURCH
1601 Long Avenue PortSt Joe 229-8691
Worship Sundays at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Bible Study Sundays at 9:45 a.m. and 5 p.m. (for all ages)
Wednesday Children & Youth Missions at 7 p.m.
Prayer and Bible Study at 7 p.m.
Adult Praise Choir at 8 p.m.
Curtis Clark, pastor
Mark Jones, minister of music & youth


All the ladies of Port St. Joe
and the surrounding counties are
invited to join with the ladies of
Beach Baptist Chapel as they
pray for their nation, communti-

Musical Program
The City-Wide Choir Union of
North Port St. Joe will host a
musical program on Saturday,
September 5th at 7 p.m. at Zion
Fair Missionary Baptist Church.
There will be choirs, groups,
solos, etc. Everyone is cordially
invited to attend.
Gospel Concert
Craig Pippin and Destiny will
be in concert at First Assembly of
God, located at 267 BrownsvIlle
Road in 'Apalachicola. at 6:00
p.m. on Sunday, September 6th.
Rev. Eddie Causey cordially
invites everyone to attend.

Beat the Heat ^
Don't stay at home if the heat
becomes unbearable. Senior citi-
zens are encouraged to come to
the senior citizens centers in Poit
St. Joe and Wewahitchka to beat
the heat.
The,, Port St. Joe center is
opened daily, excluding week-
ends, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m..
ET. The Wewa center is also
opened daily. except weekends,
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.. CT. There
will be plenty of iced tea available
at both centers, and all of the
rooms are air conditioned. Please
call 229-8466 for more informa-
tion.


ties and families on September 11
at 7:00 p.m., ET, at Beach Baptist
Chapel, located at 311 Columbus
Street in St. Joe Beach.
The St. Joe Community Choir

Relief for Caregivers
at GC Senior Centers
The Gulf County Senior
Citizens announces that a pro-
gram called HELP is available for
caregivers of functionally Im-
paired men or women, age 60 and
older. A facility-based respite care
program is also available for the
caretakers of Alzheimer's pa-
tients.
Port St. Joe's senior citizen
center will offer this program on
Monday and Wednesdays from I
,to 5 p.m.. ET, and the Wewa cen-
ter will offer It on Thursdays from
1 to 4:30 p.m., CT.
'These programs are for Gulf
County residents only. The Gulf
County Senior Citizens are there
to give a much needed rest to
caregivers. Please give them a
call. Trained case managers and
respite workers are available to
provide direct supervised care of
your loved one.,
All interested persons are
asked to please, call Marion or
Jerry at 229-8466 for more infor-
mation.


Cuc of Yur
ChictisSuday


MEDITATIONS OF A
countryy areat er

By LOWELL F. ADAMS


History Proves
Jesus
"I saw and bare
record, that this is the
Son of God."
-John 1:34


'THE BIBLE IS A TRUE HISTORY. Among
other truths, The Old Testament is a history of'the
nation, Israel, and God's' promise of a Messiah. The
New Testament is the eye-witness testimony of the
coming of that Messiah,|in the person of Jesus, the,
Christ, the Son of God. A'Xrue historical record. indeed.
The four Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John,
and other Scriptures were written by men who served
alongside Jesus during His ministry to this unbelieving
world. Surely these writers knew the Man, Jesus. as no
one else ever knew Him. Written at different times, by
different men, there is maybe a few normal, human
differences in their accounts, but nothing that takes
away from the central truth of Jesus and God's Word.
People have sometimes said "I don't believe
anything I can't prove." Really? Oh, but they do! There
are historical facts that everyone believes. Who could
possibly, scientifically prove that Columbus sailed here.
on a little sailing vessel, and discovered America? We
believe this because it is recorded in history. Except for
the writings of many who were eye-witnesses, none of
us would know of our past. Suppose we were asked to
"prove" anything that happened in America's past?
How would we prove it? We accept this truth on faith.
Good men of the past have preserved for you and
me a better history the miracles of Jesus, that only.
God's power could have accomplished. Who but Jesus
could raise the dead? Who but Jesus could give sight to
the blind? Eye-witness records of the truth of these and
other miracles are ours in the pages of God's Book.
They saw Jesus perform these Godly acts of mercy.
Why would anyone not believe them?
Faith in Bible history is much more important to
you and me than faith in America's history. That is the
only way you and I will ever see God. Jesus tells us in,
John 14:6, "1 am the Way, the Truth, and the Life: no
one comes unto the Father, but by me." We believe that
or we lose any hope of enjoying the eternal future.
God's Gift of Life is ours when we ask for it in faith.


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CHURCH OFCHRIST'.


MEETS


Bible Study: Worship:
9 a.m. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
6 p.m. Wednesday Nursery
Call 229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe. FL 32457
Corner of 20th Street & Marsin Asenue


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
Sunday Evening Worship 5 p.m. CDT
Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m. CDT
KEN BUTTERWORTH, minister


will be ministering in song.
Soloists Debbie Fletcher, of Oak
Grove Assembly, and Sissy
Godwin, of First Baptist of Port St.
Joe, will be bringing the message.
Finger food and fellowship will fol-
low in the educational building.
Attend and be a part of what
God is doing and wants to do, as
they join together to worship the
One who is worthy of praise. For
more information, please call,
647-5026 or 229-6711.


Victory Temple First Born:
Holiness Chruch will be observing,
its Annual Women's Day 'on'
Sunday. September 13th at 11:30;
a.m. Guest speaker will be mis-
sionary ', Marie Jackson of
Tallahassee, and the speaker at
6:30 p.m. will be missionary Lula,
Williams of Mt. Calvary,
Missionary Baptist, Chruch of
Panama City.
Pastor Gathers and the con-'
gregation extend a warm invita-,
tion to each of you.


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First Baptist Church
Mexico Beach Jim Davis, Pastor


SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Worship Sundays at 10:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.
Bible Study Sundays at 9:00 a.m. (all ages)
Wednesday Adult Prayer & Bible Study at 6:00 p.m.
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L Allen Welbo n Bulddy Casowell
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The "Drifters" are the kings of the kindfish tournament-winning the $2,000 grand prize in the
Mexico Beach tournament, which concluded Saturday evening. Shown from left are David Walker, Joey
,Raffield, Brent Pierce and Eugene Raffield. They landed a 34.35 pounder to take the big money. Five
thousand dollars in prize money were awarded Sunday afternoon.


The Minn Kota Trail Bass Qualifier Tounament was held this past weekend at White City. The com-
petitors fished Lake Wimico, with Carmen McLemore of Wewahitchka winning the tourney with 17.67
pounds of fish. The tournament had been rescheduled due to the spring flooding, with fishing not at its
e optimum at this time of year. Over $5,000 in prizes and awards were given to the top 10 finishers, and
the one catching the largest bass.


Fishing Report
Bottom fishing has been good using cigar'minnows, northern mackerel and live bait. The last week, dead bait has been
just as good as li>e bait for catching grouper. Snapper are on most of the wrecks, and high peaks that you might have caught
any fish on in the past. .
King-~ackerel are being caught hell around the buoy line and artificial reefs Big Spanish mackerel are also being
caught offshore. Trolling is good if you can find blue waite. Captain Ronriie Miller catight a 65 lb. wahoo Saturday in 1.90
foot of water southwest of Mexico Beach on a NoAliba, trolling at 11 knots.
Pictured.are Lawrence Bowen, Barron Abrams, Steve Atchison, Collins Abranis, SteveAtchison, Jr., and Bob Holland,
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Are La Enoc In Reot


Nab Destructive Youngster
On Tuesday, August 25th, at
approximately 1 p.m., a juvenile
was arrested by Port St. Joe Police
Department Officer James Hersey
for burglary of a structure.
According to Hersey's report,
the juvenile allegedly had entered
a structure located at 1021
Madison Street on August 18
around 9:30 in the morning.
While inside, the juvenile trashed
it by throwing cups, bowls, stir
sticks and clothing around the
interior. The juvenile also wrote
on the walls, counter top and
sofa. The juvenile was processed
and released to parents.
Lights Out on Driving
August 26, shortly after 10:
p.m., Everett Andreas Gant, 18, of
Port St. Joe, was arrested by
Officer Russell Burch for driving
with a suspended or revoked
license.
According to information
received from Burch, Gant's vehi-
cle was stopped in reference to a
defective tail light. Further inves-
tigation revealed that his license
had been suspended for failure to
pay a traffic fine in Alabama.
Evasive Felon Nabbed
Just after midnight -on
Thursday. August; 27th. Leroy
Yarrell, Jr., 23, of Port St. Joe,
was arrested by Officer James
Norris for felony fleeing, attempt-
ring to elude, and willful orwanton
reckless driving.
According to Norris' report, he
attempted to stop a vehicle oper-
ated by Yarrell in .reference to a
side tall light that was out. The'


Alice Guilford
Alice. Gertrude Hardy
Gullford, 89, died Monday August
31, at Bay Medical Center. She
was a lifelong resident of
Overstreet except for her high
School years in Blountstown
e, where she met and married
I James Robert Guilford in 1926.
F She was preceded in death by
her husband. James in 1986. She
i is survived by four sons. William
SJ. and wife Fern, Charles E. and
wife Dorothy, all of Mexico Beach,
Carl A. and wife Billie Jean, and
aGeorge P. (Bobby), all 'of
Overstreet; two daughters. Alice
Moorhead and husband Bill of
Overstreet, Maxine Davis and
husband Tom of Fairhope,
Alabama; seven grandsons.
William Guilford Jr., Carl A.
Guilford, Jr., W. Stuart Guilford,
Thomas D. Davis, Robert S.
Davis, Jr., William H. Moorhead
II, and Wade Guilford; nine
granddaughters. Laura Dean.
Brenda Miller. Ginger Sims, Anne
Milburn, Claudia Mullins. Shari
Adamson, Yvonne Gullot, Jamie
S Olivos, and Alyson Guilford; two
sisters, Irene Kimbrough of
Bascom, and Adelaide Sullivan of
Millbrook, Alabama; a brother,:
Raymond Hardy of Overstreet; a
brother-in-law, Edward Guilford
of Montgomery Alabama: a sister-
in-law. Josephine Whiddon of
Tallahassee: 24 great-grandchil-
dren: and a number of nieces and
nephews.
She was a member of the
First United Methodist Church,
Daughters of the American
Revolution. Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club and several volun-
teer groups.
The funeral service will be
held at the First United Methodist
Church In Port St. Joe at 11:00
a.m., ET, on Thursday.
September 3; conducted by Rev.
Jesse Evans and Rev. Oliver
Taylor. Interment will follow in
Boggs Cemetery in Blountstown.
S'Grandsons William' J.
G Guilford Jr.. Carl A. Guilford, Jr.,
i William S. Guilford, Thomas D..
Davis, Jr., Robert S. Davis, and
William ,H. Moorhead. Jr. will
serve as pallbearers.
Those whb lwish may make
memorial gifts to the First United
Methodist Chdrch in Port St. Joe.
All services are under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home of Port St. Joe.

Katheliftl Ivey,
Katherine Jeter Ivey, 78, of
Wabbaseka, Arkansas, a retired
high school teacher and coun-
selor, died Sunday, August 23.
She was a member of Delta Kappa


suspect took evasive action in an
attempt to lose the officer during
pursuit.
While trying to avoid being
halted, Yarrell traveled at a high
rate of speed and ran several stop
signs. When the vehicle did stop,
the fire department had to be
called out to spray water on the
right rear tire, because smoke
was pouring from the bearings
which had locked up.
Shortly thereafter, Yarrell was
transported to the Gulf County
Jail.
Picked Up on Bay Warrant
Also on the 27th, in the after-
noon hours, Cedrick Marice
Beachum, 26, of Port St. Joe, was
arrested by Sgt. Terry Carr on an
active warrant from Bay County
for failure to appear at a supple-
mental pre-trial/trespass after
warning. Beachum was taken into
custody without incident and
transported to the Gulf County
Jail.
Closed Door on Open
Container Violator
As the morning began on
Friday, August 28th, James
Edward Harris, 39, of Port St.
Joe, was arrested by Officer
Burch for possession of an open
container on a city right-of-way.
The officer observed Harris in
possession of an open Budweiser
beer bottle on Martin Luther King
Boulevard. When Burch
approached Harris, he attempted
to hide the container in order to
elude arrest. Harris was trans-
ported to the Gulf County Jail and
booked without incident.


Gamma and the Wabbaseka
United Methodist Church.,
Ivey was a native of
Wabbaseka, ahd the daughter of
Robert E. and Willie Hudgens
Jeter. She was a UCA graduate
who lived and worked in Port St.
Joe for 20 years before returning
to Wabbaseka In 1971.
Survivors Include her hus-
band, W. C. Ivey; a brother, W. S.
"Billy" Keter of Wabbaseka; a sis-
ter, Bobbye Elliot of Little Rock,
Arkansas; six nephews; and two
nieces.
Services were held on
Wednesday. August 26, at
Robinson's Chapel in Pine Bluff,
'Arkansas. at 10:30 a.m. In lieu'of
flowers, the family asks that
donations be sent to her church.
Committal services were held on
Friday, August 27. in Pine Crest
Cemetery in Pelham, Georgia. at 2
p.m.


Julia M. Norris
Julia M. Norris, 74, of St.
Martin Community, Mississippi,
passed away on Saturday. August
29. in Biloxi, Mississippi. She was
born in Port St. Joe and had been
a resident of the Mississippi Gulf
Coast for the past 31 years. She
and her husband were the
founders' of the Full Gospel
Tabernacle Church in D'iberville.
Mississippi."
She was preceded in death by
her parents. Willey and Dora
Dykes. Survivors include her hus-
band. Rev. Allen H. Norris of St.
Martin; three daughters, Jennie
Allen of Tallahassee, Judy Gollott,
and Stella Lawson, both of Ocean
Springs, Mississippi; one son.
Billy Allen Norris of Purcellville,
Virginia: one sister. Boncile
Linebarger of Magalia. California;
three brothers, Jeff Dykes of Port
St. Joe. and Jim and Josh Dykes,
both of Apalachicola; 11 grand-
children; and five great-grandchil-
dren.
Services were held on
Tuesday. September 1, at the Full
; Gospel Tabernacle Church at
3:30 p.m. in D'ibervllle. Burial fol-
lowed in Swetman Cemetery in
Biloxi.


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Too Much Speed, Illegal Tag
At about 1:40 a.m. that
Friday, Patrick Thomas
Lauterborn, 33, of Alford, was
arrested by Officer Norris for
attaching a tag not assigned.
Norris' report advises that
Lauterborn's vehicle was being
operated in an erratic manner,
and was stopped after reaching a
speed of 58 m.p.h. in a 45 m.p.h.
speed zone. Further investigation
revealed that the tag on the velii-
cle was unlawfully attached.
Traffic Stop Reveals
Possession of Multiple Drugs
Saturday, August 29th,
shortly before midnight, Ralph
Warran Golden, 41, of Gainesville.
was arrested by Officer Chris
Teeter for attaching a tag unhs-
signed, possession of cannaltis
(less than 20 grams), possession
of cocaine, and possession of drtg
paraphernalia. ,
According, to information
received, Gplden's vehicle was
stopped in reference to the right
head light being out. Upon further
Investigation. it was learned that
the tag on the vehicle was unlaw-
fully attached.
-Golden .was a placed .under
arrest; a pat down revealed a
"Joint" (cigarette made with
cannabis), and an inventory of the
vehicle produced cannabis,
cocaine and rolling papers.
Open Container. Resisting
In the early hour of August
30th, Anthony Allen Bond, 35;, of
Port St. Joe. was arrested by
Officer Norris for possessing an
open alcoholic beverage on a city,
right-of-way and resisting officer
without violence.
Charged With Possession,
Eluding and Resisting
Monday. August 31st, just
before 2 a.m., Leroy Yarrell, Jr.,
23. and Shannon Jabar Clayton,
18, both of Port St. Joe. were
arrested by Officers Norris and
Teeter.
According to information
received, the vehicle being driven
by Yarrell was stopped at the
request of GCSO Deputy Bobby
Plair In reference to a fight at Pine
Ridge Apartments that had been
reported.
Yarrell failed to comply with
the officer's directive to stop, and
was charged with fleeing and
attempting to elude. Clayton
attempted to run off in order' to
prevent his arrest' he was tikn
into custody and char~bd -with

"First Friday
Breakfast" Set
The Gulf County Chamber of
Commerce's Chamber Ambas-
sadors will have their "First
Friday Breakfast" meeting on
September 4 at:.-Julie's On Reid
from 8:00 to 9:00. a.m.. Stephen
Hale,, Economic Development
Specialist with the U.S. Small
Business Administration will be
the guest speaker. Wewahitchka
State Bank is the generous spon-
sor for this month.

Big Bend Health
Council to Meet
The Big Bend Health Council
meeting will be held on
Wednesday. September 9, at 2:00
p.m., ET, :in the conference room
-of the, Gadsden County Health
.Department iri Quincy.
The District Two health plan.
'CON Allocation Factors revisions,
'the; October Positive Living '98
Conference, 'andd the: Community
Health Task Force will be dis-
cussed. The public is invited to
attend and will be given an oppor-
tunity to comment.

Closed for Labor Day
The Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association will be closed
at all their locations on Monday,.
September 7 for Labor Day.


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resisting arrest without violence.
Both Yarrell and Clayton were
charged In reference to posses-
sion of crack cocaine.


(SheriffIs Beat)

Beaches Bombed
Two phosphorus missiles
washed up on the shoresof Cape
San Bias and St. Joseph State
Park over the weekend, according
i:to a press release from the Gulf
County Sheriffs Office.
Both were retrieved by
,'Tyndall bomb squads Saturday
morning and returned for dispos-
al.
Slippery Mishaps Tuesday
Heavy rains in the area were
credited with contributing to the
course of two accidents in the
county Tuesday.
At approximately 7:30 a.m., a
1994 Toyota pick-up, driven by
Lee Thompson, of Panama City,
ran off the road and struck a tree
after hitting a puddle of standing
water east of Port St. Joe on
Highway 98.
About 30 minutes later
-another accident, also' caused by
standing water. 'occurred near
Overstreet on CR 386.
The car involved in the acci-
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The Wewahitchka Gators
traveled to Marianna Friday night
to participate in the "Marianna
Shootout", where they suffered a
20-0 loss to Marianna, and a 14-
12 loss to Sneads.
Bernard Vann scored both of
the Gators touchdowns against
Sneads on runs of three and 11
yards.
The Gators missed the extra
'point after Vann's first touch-
down. Wewa pulled within two
points on Vann's second touch-
down with :03 left in the half.
Wewahitchka failed to convert on
their two point conversion
'attempt.
"We had a lot of young people
playing football for the first time,"
said head coach Wayne Flowers.
'"We turned the ball over seven
.times in the two halves, but we
.'lid have bright points to be
pleased with," he added.
S ,"This was the first time we
could get full scrimmage In, since
we only had 20 players. I feel like
'we got a lot 'out of it, and we
improved a lot by the end of the
two halves," he concluded.
The Gators open uip their reg-
'ular season Friday night at home
against Freeport at 7:00 p.m., CT.
Tickets will be $4 at the gate.

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This Weekend
Everyone is Invited to attend
the annual air show of model air-
planes to be hold in Wewahitchka
on Labor 'Day weekend.
September 5 to 7, from 9,a.m. to
*4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday,
and from 9, a.m. ,,until noon on
Monday. Approximately 40 pilots
from all over the southeast partic-
ipate In this event. ":
S This is really great entertain-
.ment for young and old alike. No
.,admission fee is charged, howev-
er, a parking donation Is solicited,
which will go to the Special
SOlympics of Bay and Gulf coun-
ties.
A candy drop is planned for
Sunday around 2 p.m.., weather
,permitting. PFreceding the candy
,drp is ,a combat. plape .gontest.
Yi.u %will have an opportunity to
win a ready-to-fly radio controlled
airplane at a drawing at 3 p.m.
Raffle tickets will be sold on-site
during the weekend.
The concession stand will
i have hamburgers, hot dogs, and
lots of other good things to eat at
reasonable prices.
This weekend of fun is spon-
'sored by the Emerald Coast'Giant
Scalers and will be held at thetr
flying field on Highway 22A just
outside of Wewahitchka, near
Parker Family Campground.
Everyone is welcome

BBQ Sandwich
Sale in Wewahitchka
The Wewahitchka senior citi-
zens will be selling delicious bar-
becue sandwich dinners on
September 11 from 11 a.mn. until
1 p.m. at the Wewahitchka Senior
)Center. Each dinner will contain a
large barbecue beef sandwich,
pickles; potato chips, and lots of
refreshing iced tea. Each plate will
,,cost $3.00. L
th: Anyone who would like one of
these meals can either stop by the
center and purchase one, or have
'-orie delivered. The seniors will be
-making deliveries to local busi-
nesses.


A trio of Gator defenders, Bernard Vann (5), Justin Miller (50), and Dustin Combs (51), converge on
' Sneads' running back during Friday's jamboree in Marianna.


"Gator 100" Club Organizing


The Wewahitchka High'
School Booster Club and athletic
, department are proud. to
announce the establishment of
several new offerings for the.
boosters and fans. The "Gator
100" Club is again being estab-
lished.
Your membership in the
"Gator 100" Club will include a'
Gator 100" embroidered cap, and
reserved parking at all home foot-
ball games. Your membership and
support of this program is greatly
Seeded and and would be deeply
appreciated.
Also. they are offering season
ticket passes this year which will
entitle the o%%her entry to all des-
ignated game, along with special


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are offered-(1) J.V. football
games (home): (2) varsity football
games (home); or, (3) both J...
and varsity football games (home).
This pass is non-transferable and
may be purchased at
Wewahitchka High School or
Wewahitchka State Bank. The


Prices of the passes are: 11) S18;
(2) $22; and (3) S40.
Anyone needing additional
information may call Coach
Wayne Flowers at WHS at 639-
:2228, or Carolyn Husband or
Jerry Gaskin at WSB at 639-
2222. Thank you, for your sup-
port!,


Gulf Rifle Club Meets

Thursday, September 3
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold The club will be holding a hi-
its monthly meeting on Thursday power rifle and a smallbore rifle
evening, September 3rd. starting metallic silhouette match' on
at 6:30. The members need to Saturday morning, September
*start-taki g a-moFe-ac-ive--part-in--- 5th, starting- at.-9:30.- All.,rifle
the operation and maintenance of shooters are invited to shoot in
the range. Several important these matches.
items will be discussed. The hi-power rifle match con-
With hunting season starting sists of 20 shots fired at metal tar-
soon, the club needs members to gets placed 200 and 300 yards
volunteer some time to supervise from the firing line. Ten shots are
some sighting-in days during the fired at each distance and all
weekend. shots are fired from the off-hand
position. Magnum rifles will not
rfal_' aritr. i iimiE1rrt51' iEiia.OlBiiafu be allowed due to the damage
they cause to the metal targets.
DISCOUNT The smallbore rnle match
D IS C O U 1 consists of a total of 40 shots.
SMetal targets are placed at 40, 60,
rpet & Vinyl Sales & 75, and 100 yards from the firing
S. line and 10 shots are fired at each
Pile Home Supplies group of targets. All shots are
Supp lies fired from dte off-hand position.
pp Magnum .22 RF rifles are not
71 in Wewahitchka I allowed. This is a fun match and
( e would be great practice for the
*) or 639'-3786 (home) young nfle shooters.
a a l Last Saturday, the club held
its second sanctioned BR-50
K NW Bmatch. The match drew some
high ranked competitors from
Alabama. including the current
S holder of the highest score shot in
1: BR-50 competition. The match
consisted of four targets with a,
possible score of 5,000 for each
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Due to variable coastal winds,
shooting a high score was very
difficult. Two of the visitors placed
first and second in the match. Ed
Stroud was high aggregate with
15,750 out, of a, possible .20,000.
Ron Lewis was second with
14,350 and local shooter,
Houston Whitfleld. was third with
13,525.





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Sharks Blank Liberty County

Kick-Off Classic Sets Stage for Friday's Opener Against Yellow Jackets


Davin Baxter (76) leads the way for James Daniels (9), on a quar-
terback keeper, as they leap over Sam Bell (54) in Friday night's 16-
0 win over Liberty County.

Runners Needed to Enter

FSU-PCC Torch Run Oct. 16


The FSU Panama City
Campus will be holding its Ninth


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Annual Torch Run on the evening
of Friday, October 16. Athletes or
individuals interested in partic-
ipating in the run are encouraged
to call the Student Government
Office at 872-4750, ext. 213.
The Torch Run was started by
two FSU/PCC students in 1989;
the purpose of the run is to show
unity between the Panama City
and Tallahassee campuses by
participating in the homecoming
activities.
Immediately after the bonfire
and festivities, runners (consist-
ing mostly of students and alum-
ni) will pass the torch off to one
another through the night. begin-
ning at the Panama City Campus
and finishing at Doak Campbell
Stadium in Tallahassee on
October 17. A runner will run the
torch onto the field to light Chief
Osceola's spear and kick off the
homecoming game (FSU vs.
Clemson).


Views On qDental H[eafth

FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.


Dental Insurance


In 1970, only 12 million
'Americans were covered by
dental insurance. Today, that
number is over 100 million.
This has immeasurably ele-
vated the level and scope of
the nation's dental care.,
Dental insurance usually
is offered through employer
and union, group plans, and it
can be a valuable asset to
you and your family.
Insurance carriers know
that it's more economical in
the long run to provide regu-
lar professional care to head
off serious dental problems.
For this reason, many dental
plans provide greater cover-
age for examination and pre-


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ventive care than for restora-
tive treatment. For example, if
a person visits the dentist for
routine examinations, his out-,
of-pocket cost will decrease
the next year.
Both employers and ben-
eficiaries benefit from dental
insurance. Patients receive
dental care they need at a.
reduced cost and employers
find it a worthwhile employ-
ment incentive. As one noted,
"It's one health benefit people
don't have to get sick to use"'

Prepared as a public service to pro-
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office of FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.,
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Port St. Joe 16, Liberty County 0
With one second left on the
clock, Koran Peters came up with
a big hit on Liberty County's run-
ning back, after catching a pass
in the flats, to keep Port St. Joe's
shut-out intact. The Sharks raced
to the field in jubilation like they
had just won'the biggest game of
their lives.
This could be an exciting year
for Port St. Joe football. Although
the Sharks will be a relatively
young team, they bring a lot of
enthusiasm and emotion to the
field.
"I was extremely pleased with
our defensive play," said head
coach Chuck Gannon, "there were
very few solo tackles, but eight 6i-
nine guys swarming to the ball to
make the tackle."
Liberty County threatened tQ
score on their first possession of
the game after a big kick-off
return and a long run down
inside the Port 'St. Joe 20 yard
line. But, Port St. Joe made three
defensive stands in'a row to stdp
the Bulldogs.
Rod Chambers tackled. the
running back for a six yard loss
on second down; Mario Swanston
sacked the quarterback for an
eight yard loss on the next downj
and James Daniels. broke up a
pass on fourth down to give Port
St. Joe the ball.
The Sharks marched down
the field with some big runs by
Jim Faison, Koran, Peters and
James Daniels. Those set up a 30
yard field ,goal for Fionn
Johnston, a first ever for the
Germanexchange. student, to put
Port St. Joe up 3-0 with 2:12 left
in the first quarter.
In the second quarter. Peters
* picked up a mishandled hand-off
by the Bulldogs and raced 72
yards for a touchdown.
Johnston's extra point attempt
failed, but the Sharks took a 9-0
lead with 4:27 left In the first half.
The Bulldogs threatened to
score again when they drove down
the field to the Shark 15 yard line.
Bonjour Hill staggered the offense,
with a big play, when he sacked
the quarterback as the clock ran
out to end the first half.
Port St. Joe took the opening
kick-off of the second half and
took the football 82 yards in five
plays. with the help of a 15 yard
pass interference penalty on the
Bulldogs, for a touchdown., :,
Quarterback James Daniels
connected with Rod Chambers on
a five yard stop route. Chambers
eluded three defenders, and out-
ran everyone else for a 41, yard
touchdown. Johnston's extra
point put the Sharks up 16-0 with
8:56 left in the third quarter.
"We were pleased overall with
the younger players, who were
getting their first ever varsity
snaps," said Coach Gannon. "We
executed well on offense and we
didn't have any turnovers and
had very few penalties. The offen-
sive line did a good job getting to
their defensive lineman and line-
backers to give us holes to move
the ball through." .
Daniels led the Sharks' offen-
sively with 46 yards on seven car-
ries. He also completed three of
six passes for 55 yards and one
touchdown. Peters followed with
39 yards on 11 carries, Falson
had 19 yards on six carries. Hill
had 16 yards on four carries and
Mark Williams had two carries for
seven yards.
Chambers had two receptions
for 54 yards and one touchdown
Free Lecture at
Apalach Reserve
On Monday. September 21,'
from 7 to 8 p.m.,. Steven J. Rider,
Assistant Research Scientist at
FMRI, will be discussing the
Fisheries-Independent Monitoring
Program as part of the free guest
lecture series at the Apalachicola
Reserve,
The reserve is located at the'
end of Market Street, at Sciplo
Creek Marina. Make a left at the
stop sign, and the reserve build-
ing is just ahead on the left. The
sponsors hope to see you there.
Marina Groceries
Anniversary Winners
During the frist anniversary
celebration at Marina Groceries,,
many people won prizes. The two'
grand prizes were a surge ice
chest won by Sheila Fennell and
Kay Dykes.
Other winners were: Rose
Farmer-pepsi fun glass, Nicholas
Rolack-Rawlings football, Lisa
Bobzien-sports bottle, Arthur
Addison-hat, Patricia Hantbir-t


shirt, Equillar Williams-t shirt,
Monique Fennell-t shirt, Lynn,
Todd-t shirt, Debra Ellis-t shirt,
Quinetta Thomas-sports bottle,
and Tamara Barton-pepsi radio. ,
Congratulations to all the
winners and the Otwells would
like to thank everyone who partic-
ipated.


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Brett Jeffcoat (8) makes a block to open up a running lane for
through.


while Brett Jeffcoat had one catch
for one yard.
"Our seniors stepped up and
made the big plays," said Gannon.
Davin Baxter had eight tack-
les with one for a loss and Brett
Lowry also had eight tackles to
lead the Sharks' defense. Faison,
Brett Jeffcoat, and Peters each
followed with seven tackles each.
Peters and Jeffcoat each had two
tackles for a loss. Mario Swanston
had a sack, while Williams, Peters
and Dexter Gant each had fumble
recoveries.
"Our kicking game struggled
a little bit, but the kids are work-
ing hard to improve and they
will," said Coach Gannon.
The Sharks open up the regu-
lar season Friday night here
against Chattahoochee at 7:30
p.m., ET.


STATISTICS
PSJ
First Downs 9


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Passing Yards
Total Yards
Passes
Fumbles/Lost


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55
182
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3/3


Penalties/Yards 2/10
Punts 4/20


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from Highland View Elementary School


Dates to Remember .
September 5th, Rock-A-Thon;
September 7th, Labor Day, holi-
day; September 8th, P.T.O. Open
House at 7:00 p.m., ET; and
September 9th, Progress Reports
sent home.
Did You Know? .
September 8, Pledge of Allegiance
was published in 1892;
September 11. Grandparents
Day: September 14, Star
Spangled Banner was written by
Francis Scott Key; September 25,
Good Neighbors Day.


Thank You to Arizona
Chemical of Port St. Joel Last
year, teachers Cathy Colbert (who
now teaches at Port St. Joe
Middle School) and Charlotte
Willis wrote a grant offered by
Arizona Chemical for cultural arts
enrichment.
This past week, Jerry
Williams, comptroller of Arizona
Chemical, presented a check to
our school for 82,500 to Minnie
Likely, principal, and Charlotte
,.Willis. third grade teacher.
Rock-A-Thon .. September


5, (Saturday), the fourth and fifth
graders will be rocking the hours
away at the firehouse on St. Joe
Beach. They have been gathering
those very important signatures
for donations! by the hour to earn
money for their historical field trip
to St. Augustine in April. Be ready
to pay up when they have com-
pleted their rocking! They'll be
ready to collect.
Volunteers For Education
. Highland View Invites you to
become a volunteer for education.
We know so many of you have
much to share. Your time is need-
ed. no matter how much time you
can give or what talent you have
or experience to share. We need
you! Call 229-8730 or 227-1888.
Family Project. "Coastal


Clean-Up" will be held the weeks
of September 15th through 28th
or so, with "Coastal Clean-Up
Day" actually being September
19th.
This is a good family, individ-
ual, or community project for you
and your family to participate in.
When there was money available
for field trips, schools took the
kids on a field trip to help in aser-
vice project, but that funding is
no longer available.
So. please give thought to get-
ting a group or go individually ..
you can get free bags and a card
sheet to mark what kinds you
pick up and let us know the
beach area you want to clean.
Call Paula Boone or Coach Eells .


:Wewahitchka Elementa ry

School News ;..


S By Linda.Whitfll > 1
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Highland View Elementary was the recipient of a $2,500
grant for cultural art enhancement from Arizona Chemical of
Port St. Joe, and a subsidiary of International Paper Company
Foundation
Teachers Cathy Colbert and Charlotte Willis wrote the
grant last year. Shown in the photo above is Jerry Williams',
comptroller of Arizona, presenting the check to Minnie Likely,
principal; and Willis. Not present for the photo is Colbert, who
now teaches at Port St. Joe Middle School.


By: Rachel McCroan


1998-'99


high school to take orders dur-
nir first and second epriods~


W ith the month of August ,, ... .. ..- ,,
coming to a close, school life is Students, if you are interest-
once again becoming the "nor- ed in being part of ng con-
mal- routine for many students test sponsored by Marquis Home
at Port St. Joe High. With many Health Care, please see Mrs.
things going on, September Lowrey as soon as possible. This
promises to be a busy time of contest is open to all students.
year that will make life very The first prize winner will
Interesting.. receive fifty dollars and the sec-
Fifda .night wa's an exciting ond- prize winner will receive
time for Shark football fans-as--t-wenty-five dollars- Some of the-
Port St. Joe- traveled to play entries will be on display at the
their season opener against the Health Fair in October 1998.'
Liberty County Bulldogs. When The deadline for this contest is
the whistle sounded., PSJ Monday, September 28th.
. emerged the victor with a score The 1998-1999 R.O.T.C.
of Sharks 16. Bulldogs 0. Way to officers are as follows:
go guys! Commanding Officer Cadet Lt.
This Friday night, Septem- Cdr. Tracey Fitzgerald; Execu-
ber 4th, at 7:30 p.m., ET, the tive Officer Cadet Lt., Josh
Sharks will play at home against McCulley; Adjutant Cadet Lt.
the Chattahoochee Yellow Tyler Lane: Operations Officer -
Jackets. Everyone come out and Cadet Ensign T. J. Hightower:
support our team. Supply Officer Cadet Lt. Nancy
Also. the Lady Sharks vol- VanHeiden; and the Adminis-
leyball team opened their season tration Officer Cadet Ensign
Tuesday, September 1st, with a Cassy Egler.
three-team tournament at This summer, cadet officers
Mosley High School. T. J. Hightower and Cassy Egler
Participating teams were attended an eight-day leader-
Mosley, Port St. Joe and Altha. ship school at Marine Corps
At press time. the scores of Logistics Base in Albany,
those games were unavailable. Georgia.. They should be well
Just a reminder. SENIORS qualified to provide leadership
need to have their cap and gown for this year's corps of cadets.
money to turn in by September You make us proud, R.O.T.C.! ;
,18th. Mr. Lanford will be at the Everyone have a good week!


From the Principal of

Wewahitchka


High School

byLarry A. Mathes '-'


Election Day
Did you miss the primary
election Tuesday? I almost let it
slip by, and had my wife not
reminded me I probably would
have forgotten. When she did
remind, me, I grabbed last week's
issue of The Star and started
reading the endless proposals for
amendments..
It's confu ing reading to say
the least, ani always makes me
wonder how niany voters actually
know and understand what
they're voting for or against when
they cast their vote. I suspect that
statewide a lot of good or bad
amendments may receive votes,
just so some voters can claim they
voted.
Maybe the answer to improv-
ing the situation would be to limit
the number of amendments to be
considered-if there were only
three to five, maybe it would be a,
little easier. Did you vote?
Remember, if you don't vote, don't
complaint
Gator footballers learned
quickly what it -means to play
above your head as Marianna
jumped to a 20-0 lead in the first


quarter and coasted home.
Against Sneads, the Gators
played well, while losing 14-12 as
our two point try was tripped up
in the backfield. The Gators
showed they'll be able to compete
with most schools in our class,
even though we're short on bod-
ies. Maybe some ninth graders,
playing JV will want to move up.
I was the head coach in the
early seventies, two of our best
ever, Clyde Gray and Ben Holley,
played on the varsity as eighth
graders, and I mean played. Both
lettered 5 years, so it all depends
on whether or not you want to
compete.
Friday night, the Gators open
at home against a tough Freeport
team at 7 p.m. Gate prices for var-
sity games are $4 for adults and
$4 for students, but pre-sale tick-
ets are $3 for adults, $2 'for stu-
dents. Pre-sale tickets may be
purchased at the high school
office, elementary office, credit
union, and Wewa State Bank.
Don't let the little rainstorm
"Earl". keep you from supporting
the Gators.. These young players
(Continued on Next Page)


The Birthday Call
Mr. Kelley, our superinten-
dent, had a birthday on August
14. During that time, I had the
opportunity to visit Hawaii.
During my time on the big island,
Hawaii, I phoned Mr. Kelley to
wish him "Happy Birthday". He
said, "Where are you now?" I said.
"On the rim of the big volcano!"
For one minute, the call was 30
cents.
Thank You!
WES faculty and staff would
like to thank Dr. Frank May for
our gift certificate. Dr. May said,
"In appreciation of your dedica-
tion and hard work as an educa-
tor in our community, the office of
Dr. May is sponsoring Education
Appreciation Month." This certifi-
cate',ls good toward any first visit
fee. We really appreciated this
nice gesture!!!
Tetanus Shot
In the office the other day, I
remarked to Dr. Cecil Tillis, our
speech therapist, that In' a very
short 'time" maybe we -would have
a little more money to spend and
maybe get a new car. (Both of our
children are in pharmacy school
at Mercer University in Atlanta).
I said, "You, know I have the
oldest car in school." He said,
"Oh, ho. you don't. My '82 truck is
so old that you have to have a
tetanus shot to ride in it!!!)
Get Well, Miss Sharon
Mr. Wooten and the staff and
faculty would like to wish Miss
Sharon Owens get well wishes.
She was at GCCH with gallstones
and complications. She is doing
better and returned to school on


By: Susan Ellmer
Football season will begin
Thursday at 6:00. in Shark
Stadium. Be there to support
your team! Delicious hot dogs and
hamburgers along with many
other shack items will be sold
during the game.
On Friday, September 4, the
seventh and eighth grade girls will
be traveling to Apalachicola to see
the play "Driving Miss Daisy" per-
formed at the Dixie Theatre. At
the end of the play, the people -
involved with the production will
speak with the girls about 'careers
in theatre.
The sixth grade "Student of
the Week" is Casey Flannagan.,
The seventh grade "Students
of the Week" for August 24 were
Moses Medina and Ashby Davis
and the week of August 31 are
Tommy Curry and All McKeithen.
Eighth grade "Students of the
Week" have been: August 10,
Susan Ellmer and Jeremiah
Wyatt; August 17, Chris
Hendricks and Colleen Falbe; and
August 24, Adam Nixon and
Randi Boddye.
For the week beginning
August 31, the "Students of the
Week" are Sarah Quaranta and
Patrick Fitzgerald.
On September 7, students
will have a Labor Day holiday.
Students enjoy your day offl Also
on September 9, students will
receive their progress reports.


Monday, the 31st.
Sympathy.. .
WES would like to extend our
deepest sympathy to the Walbum
family in the untimely death of
daughter, Debbie Walburn. Her
life was cut short in a tragic auto
accident which occurred at
Highways 231 and 20.
She was a teacher in Bay
County and died the night before
she was supposed to begin
school. Her sister. Terry Walburn
Nunnery, lives In Wewahltchka
with her husband, Norman
Nunnery. We are so sorry.


Taylor Time
Teresa Taylor, room mother in
Alisa Walker's kindergarten. sur-
prised the children the other day.
She came with all her Ingredients.
bowls, etc.. and let the children
help out making a gingerbread
cookie.
They each stirred, rolled and
offered suggestions! Then, Mrs.
Taylor took it to the lunchroom
and baked it. When break Lime
came, Mrs. Walker told the little
ones that they would walk down
to the lunchroom for break.
When they looked in the oven,
it was gone, but a note was left
saying it was in the office. They
trekked off there to .find it. and
the 20 other individually-made
gingerbread men, all wonderfully
decorated. What a wrap up for a
unit!
On the first "Fun Friday" of
the year. teachers Randy Harper
and Linda Whitfield were helping


supervise and talking to children.
Cute little Jacob Taylor was talk-
ing to us and telling us about his
family.
I then remembered he was In
Mrs. Walker's class and said. "Oh.
you're one of Mrs. Walker's little
boys." He said "No, I'm Mrs.
Taylor's little boy. There's a lot of
Taylors at our house!"
"Student of the Week"-Jill Pippin
Sixth grade teacher Becky
Birmingham chose Jill Pippin, the
11 year old daughter of Rodney
and Jill Pippin, as the "Student of
the Week". Jill is in the sixth
grade and said she would like to'
be a doctor when she grows up.
One of Jill's favorite pastimes
is playing softball. She likes to
play with Brandy Little, tool Her
favorite TV show Is "USA High"
and her favorite color is red. One ,
day she would like to visit Hawaii.
Jill -will receive a free large pizza
from Will McLemore at the Dixie
Dandy. Congratulations, Jilll








Y'AGE 2B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1998


From the Principal
-from Page 1B

need and deserve the communi-
:ty's support. When they win,
:that's great! When they lose,
they'll have tried their best-so
let's get behind them all the time,
not just during the good times Be
a true Gator fan.
JV football opens at
Apalachicola on September 3 at 6
p.m., central time. If you can,
drive to Apalachicola and support
the younger "young" Gators as
they start their eight game sched-
ule.
Volleyball cranks up with
. three away matches, September
.8, 9. and 10 with St. Joe, Bay
High, and Chipley the first three
opponents. The girls are rebuild-
ing after several good years, so try
to see a match when you can. The
first home match is September 15
with Rutherford at 4 p.m. (JV &
varsity).
Have a great week-progress
reports go out September 9th-
get.readyl



(truth^


The clean i,'
Indoor air act is a
'law that is
designed to pro-
:hibit smoking in
Small' public places.
In the outlines of
this law it states
that a public
place is defined as: elevators,
libraries, school buses, muse-
ums. city buses, theaters, con-
dominiums, Indoor auditori-
ums, restrooms, Indoor arenas,
hospitals, Indoor recreational
facilities, any medical waiting
room, grocery/convenience
stores, any public lobby, restau-
rants, day care centers, retail
stores, schools or educational
facilities, nursing homes, any
public hallways. and court-
. rooms.
Under this law, restaurants
have specifically strict guide-
lines. If you are in a restaurant
that seats 50 or more people,
35% of the seating must be
smoke-free.
S If a restaurant has a smok-
cing se~djn '-the. section. must.
Have some type of barrier or
ventilation system discouraging
smoke from entering the non-
smoking area.
If you would like to obtain a
free copy of the Florida clean
Indoor Air Act (FCIAA) call 1-
,800-337-3742. If you would like
Jto report suspected violators
(restaurants) please call 1-850-
488-9263.
If you have any questions or
comments write to: truth, c/o
Joe Robinson, 228 8th Street,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456.


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BULLDOGS NEWS

L. PORT ST. JOE

.5 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


Student Government
Elections for our Student
Government were held last week
and the votes are in.
Congratulations to Mayor Jessica
Mock and City Manager Sam Cox.
They will work with their sponsor,
Brenda Wood, to help improve our
school.
TV Stars
Our fourth graders always
begin the year studying the
weather in science. Fourth grader,
Courtney Thompson, a student in
Brenda Wood's class, wrote a let-
ter to Channel 13's Judy Dickey
asking her to come to our school.
In just a few days, Mrs.
Dickey and her cameraman
arrived at our school., The stu-
dents received answers to many
questions about the weather and
about her job as a meteorologist.
.Another fourth, grader,, Lance
Watson, was asked to "shoot" a
commercial with Mrs. Dickey! The
commercial was aired last week at
various times on Channel 13. The
rest of the fourth grade will also.
be on Channel 13 several times-
during the Labor Day weekend.
Open House
'Our annual "Open House"
and election of PTO officers' will
take place on Thursday,
September 10 at 7:00 in the audi,
torium. All parents are encour-
aged to attend.
Labor Day
School will not be held on
Monday, September 7, due to the
Labor Day holiday.
Progress Reports
Progress reports for the first,
grading period will be sent home
on Wednesday. September 9.

Flutist Coming
Flutist Donna Wissinger will
present "Musical Imagination and
Sthe Magic Flute" at our school on
September 8 and 9.
General Mills Box Tops
Our school is once again col-
lecting General Mills box tops.


SdOhoos




MON- Labor Day HOLIDAY.
TUES- Vegetable Soup,
Grilled Cheese Sandwich,
Peaches, Chocolate Pudding
and Milk.
WEDS- Double Tacos, Corn,
Pears. Italian Bread and Milk.
THURS- Salisbury Steak/
Gravy, Baked Potato, Green
Beans, Roll and Milk.
FRI- Cheese Pizza, Tossed
Salad, Pears, Bread Sticks and
Milk.
MENUS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE
TO AVAILABILITY OF FOOD PRODUCTS.


St. George Island
850-927-2666 800-974-2666

Apalachicola
850-653-2555 888-419-2555


Please send these to school.
Volunteers Needed
Our volunteer program is
underway. If you would like to
volunteer, please contact Cindy
Belin at 227-1221.



Sherman Promoted
Nicole Wittman Sherman
recently was promoted to staff
sergeant at Barksdale Air Force
Base in Louisiana. She is a med-
ical technician in the air force.
She graduated from Port St.
Joe High School in 1993 and is'
the daughter of Judy Harney and
granddaughter of Nellie Andrews,
both of Port St. Joe.


Our high school English class
thoroughly enjoyed the play,
"Driving Miss Daisy" at the Dixie
Theatre in Apalachicola last
Thursday evening. Sherry
Davidson and Jackie' Quarles
accompanied the group.
All our students will be selling
Christmas cards for the next two
weeks. "Buy early and be ready."
We appreciate your participation
in this fund-raising event.
Faith Christian School will -be
Sa part of the Scallop Festival this
Saturday. We will be selling snow
cones and bottled water, and if
the weather continues to be hot,
we should have a great day!
Students and parents met
TTuesday evening to plan a


INDIAN PASS BAY FRONT
Quality construction with a great view.
Three master BR/2BA, 2000 sf.
Cathedral ceiling, pantry, separate
dining room, balcony, work shop,
dock with power and water. Pretty
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ST. JOE BEACH
ACREAGE
Approximately 15 acres
of timberland zoned
mixed commercial resi-
dential, just 2 blocks from
Highway 98. Paved road,
480.50 frontage. Excel-
lent potential for develop-
ment. $285,000.
MLS#2614A


News Column

Faith Christian School
Washington trip for grades six
through 12 in the spring.
Everyone is excited about the new
educational and fun tour of our
Capitol.
Faith Christian School stu-
dents look great in their new blue,
white, and yellow polo shirts. Our
new dress code has been wel-
comed by almost 100% of our stu-
dents and parents. It makes
school mornings so much easier;
no more decisions on what to
wear, only which color.
We have 'our first holiday,
Labor Day, September 7, and the
first progress reports will go home
September 9. These are for stu-
dents in grades five through 12
who are having difficulty in indi-


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NEW LISTINGS:
Gulf front 7935 Hwy. 98 St. Joe Beach. Beautiful 4
bd., 3 ba. home w 'man extra amenities This 2 story
house has hardwood floors in the ihi. rm., din. rm. &
kitchen. Kitchen has top-of the line Kitchen Aid appli-
ances, all baths filed, alarm system. All windows &
doors tinted" l lo th h/c
water. capping,
decoranve'Ihihting, drip water system for landscap-
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and screened room on lower level, paved parking

underneath, not on: rental program, but has great
potential. $435,000.
LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! 104 S. 30th
St., Mexico Beach. 3 .bd., 2 ba., g. masterbedroom
w/lg. ba. New carpet, in living area, new tile in
kitchen. 4 car parking in front. Fenced back yard, cen.
heat pump. Deck with super view of gulf. This home
would be a great residence or a very good rental prop-"
erty. Call loan. $1,5,000.
Overstreet Area Roberts Landing Rd., Hwy. 386 -
WATERFRONT Intracoastal Waterway 35.9 acres.
Pines and assorted low scrub make up these beautiful
acres, great investment for developer, or secluded
home site. Electric and phone lines on property, sever-
al deeded access points, 623.88' water frontage, set-
backs apply. MNILS N2687. Call 850-227-2511 for more
information $260,000.
Wewhitchka area Stone Mill Creek Estates corner-
of South Dianna St. and Creekview Dr. 2 beautiful
lots approx. 2.5 acres, 635.81' paved road frontage.
This property has been cleared, some trees remain.
Lots are high and dry, this is beautiful country. For
more information call 227.2511. $20,500.
Gulf front 7935 Hwy. 98 St.Joe Beach.,Beautiful4-
bd., 3 ba.'iome w many extra amenities. Thi,s 2 stpqry
house has hardwood floors in the Ili. rm:'din. rm. Se'
kitchen. Kitchen has top of the line'Kitchen'Aid appli-
ances, all baths tiled, alarm system. All windows &
doors tinted, Ig. enclosed outside shower with h/c
water, Ig. storage rm. w/shelves, nice landscaping,
decorative lighting, drip water system for landscap-
ing, washer, dryer, most window treatments, deck
and screened room on lower level, paved parking
underneath, not on rental program, but has great
potential. $435,000
LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! 104 S. 30th
St., Mexico Beach. 3 bd., 2 ba., Ig. master bedroom
w.lg. ba. New carpet in living area, new tile in
kitchen. 4 car parking in front. Fenced back yard, cen.
heat pump. Deck with super view of gulf. This home
would be a great residence or a very good rental prop-
erty. Call loan. $185 000.
Overstreet Area Roberts Landing Rd., Hwy. 386 -
WATERFRONT Intracoastal Waterway 35.9 acres.
Pines and assorted low scrub make up these beautiful
,.acres, great investment for developer, or secluded
home site. Electric and phone lines on property, sever-
al deeded access points, 623.88' water frontage, set-
backs apply. NILS #2687. Call 850-227-2511 for more,
information. $260,000. '
'GULF FRONT
8065 Hwy. 98, Sea Gull #7 Gulf front 3 bd, 2 5 bath
townhome Fully furnished, completely redone in
excellent condition, all new furniture, paved parking 3
decks, outside shower on rental program. Excellent
investment potential. $195,000.
8067 Hwy. 98 Sea Gull'#8 Gulf front, 2 bd, 2.5 bath
townhome, completely furnished, totally redone,
excellent condition, non-rental unit with great rental
potential, all new furniture, 3 decks, outside shower,
pa< ed parking. 5190,000.
Brand new gull front home, 6204 Hwy. C-30, near Gulf
Pines. 3 bedroom, 2 bath all elec home Approx. 1800 sq.
ft., 200 ft. dune walkover, metal roof, carpet and tile
floors.. Covered porch, paved parking underneath, out-
side shower. $250,000.'
Under construction gulf front home Cape San Bias -
Feather Sound. 3 bd I aIllle ,ro\. 1600 sq. ft.,
dune walkover; F (ar rneath, outside
shower, $250,000.
Gulffront 8247 Hwy. 98, Gulfaire Townhomes. Nice 3'
bd., 2.5 ba. townhome. furnished; ch, a, all appliances,
total electric. iComtortable year-round it ng. Is now on
rental program Excellent investment. 1O. Qj0. Reduced
to $214,900. '
8217 Hwy. 98 Gulfaire Townhomes. Great 2 br 2.5 ba.
townhome, furnished, new ch/a in '9&w.aShrryer in
'96. Dih/lt lm5t /viny!,
Under I mtar t, but excel.
potential. Comfortable year-round living or'great invest-
ment. $165,000. '
Gulffront Dunes #4 2bd.,l ba. deck overlooking .gulf.
Entrance off fully furnished kitchen to beach. Good
rental. $a2,099; Reduced to $115,000.
7991 Hwy. 98 Windrush St. Joe Beach. BEACHFRONT
HOME. 4 bd., 3 ba. single family dwelling w/approx.
1,950 sf living space is just 3.rs.,c ati room
has ja AAfr t W IiN 0l electric.
Design M sac int Gulf this home has
sunning deck, outdoor h/c shower, dune walkover, 2 car
paved parking under unit and outdoor brick grill.
Handicapped accessible w/elevator. Excellent rental unit.
Reduced to $399,000.
378 Gulf Pines Dr., Gulf Pines Subd., One of the finest
Gulf front homes in the area. Gorgeous 5 bedroom, two
bath, with many amenities, including elevator, elec. storm
shutters, irrigation system, custom counter. tops, 12' ceil-
ings, glass block in master bath, extensive decking, board-
walk to the beach, fireplace. The nicely landscaped home
has a wrap around porch, sundeck with sunbrella, and a
screened porch. Comes with refrigerator, stove, dish-
washer, satellite dish and window treatments. Located on
almost 1 acre. $489,900.


BEACHSIDE
SummerPlace 1il8, 107-A 38th St., Mexico Beach.
Summer fun is what this SummerPlace has to offer; 2
bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, approx. 1000 sq. ft. plus patio
off back, completely furnished. Unit conscientiously'
maintained by original owners. Most units in this
group-on rental programs. Priced at $99,500.00.
Mexico Beach. 2701 Hwy. 98. BEACHSTDE! Also
high%%,, efire-
place, all rr 'Sbdl.inCFil. "k1R wiced to
$169,000.
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i, ACROSS HIGHWAY FROM BEACH
232 Nan Nook Rd. Grand Isle Sub. 3 bd 2 ba. home just
.blocks from the Gulf of Me'xic. 8" ru-tic channel cedar
siding, detached 2 car garage w/window. ac unit. 13 x27'
covered boat port on concrete slab. hot & cold outs-de
shower until _hed. back yard fenced. irrigation r.'Ell This.
home ;,ts on 2 lots 75'x115' each lot appro\ 16'.0 I -cn
gas (natural) heated & cooled, In rm kit. dining combo,
den, laun. rm., 1g. screened porch. New elec. stove & d.w.,
refrig., microwave. Floors are vinyl and Wv.-i cMarpt. This
home is a must see and priced to sell. MILS 2N2418.
$127,500
201 Third St. Mexico Beach. on corner io Florida and
3rd St Second block trom beach' ,er\ nice %ell main-
tained, 3 bd 2 ba concrete block home stcra3ge bldg on
2 ig. lots. ch a. and appliance-.. Approx t100 sf Great
investment, second home, or year round living.
$109,000.
801 Ma c home.
Cen. he YNAM X[M, 4
CANALFRONT 117 N. 36th St., Mexico Beach. 3 bh 2
-ba"brck home.-dbl garage. 1 1. 2 lots on canal, c:o-ered
"j boat dock.-patii. new shallis, d-i. Pliumb.:d f:it sprinklerr
S' stemrff.. iJO Reduced to $250,000.
CANALFRONT luxury) home, 116 N. 38th St., Many,
amenities. Split floor plan. 3 bd 2 b3a in)l siding, pri.
vate boat dock, util./workshop area, completely fur-
nished. $269,000.
BEACON HILL
8880 Lighthouse .Rd., 60'xl00' waterview lot partially
furnished 2 bd I ba mobile home & 2 storage sheds
Fenced lot. 1.49.900. Call Marlene Harris, 647-5316 for,
further details.
GULFAIRE SUBDIVISION
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 ..
701 Gulf Aire Dr.-Gulf Aire Subd. Custom built in
1998 a cozy 3 bd 2 ba home in new condition (only'
6 months old) is a real find. Constructed to provide
a maintenance free exterior. on a nicely landscaped
124'xl24'x6l' lot. Bright and open 1500 sq. ft., lots
of storage, 2 car garage: all within steps of a private
dedicated beach, tennis courts, and swimming pool
in one of Gulf County's nicest restricted communi-
tes make this a great opportunrtm. Priced to sell
quickly at $112,000.
ST. JOE BEACH
Seashores Subd. 101 Nautilus. Like New. Corner
lot in restrricted subdivision, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
with washer/dryer off master suite and kitchen.
Wired for surround sound, ideal for year round liv-
ing or summer home. 2 car garage, 1 block to the
beach. $116,500.
PORT ST. JOE
1306 Monument Ave. Beautiful 3 or 4 bd 2 ba. execu-
tive brick home in excel. cond. 6 yrs. oldl Great rm. w/a'
bonus rm. & 1g. sc&r, el ck- h. Also new hard-
wood floors, carl a cII, <'ejized lot w/alley
access. Ex. Ig. dbl. og alI' set in master suite.
Many amenities. $154,900.
208 Gautier Memorial, Port St. Joe. Contemporary 3500
sq. ft Florida home w/baharfia shutters. 4 bd., 2.5 ba.,
great room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast area & wet bar all
open to form great entertainment area Unique kit. layout
w/2 double sinks, 2 dishwashers, 2 trash compactors, 40'
counter & bar space. Viking appliances include built-in
gas convection oven, warmer, 48" island cooktop w/24"
grill, sub-zero refrigerator & Amanda commercial built-in
Microwave. Corian countertops throughout. Wet bar
w/sink & ice machine. Butler's pantry w/built-in buffet
& full-out cabinets. Rear carpeted screen porch features
custom-built outside kit. w/12' stainless steel top w/sink,
warmer, 2-60,000 btu burners & 32" grill and 2 48"
Viking hoods. Children's living area has 3 bd., continental
bath w/whirlpool, living area & built-in computer/study
area. Huge master bath & dressing area as 14' his/her
vanity, 7' Jacuzzi, separate 5'x5' tile 2-person shower,
his/her large walk-in closets. Many other features includ-
ed with this beautiful home. Contact Joan for detailed list..
$365,000.
1801 Garrison Ave. Very nice 3 bd., 2 ba. concrete block
home with aluminum siding approx. 2500 SF. A new addi-
tion of master BR w/sitting room & ba. 1.5 yrs. old, sun
porch, screen porch, den, vinyl, carpet, ch/a, stove, refrig.,
dishwasher, gas hot water heater. Sprinkler system, timer,
separate well. Lot 75'x150'. Must see to appreciate.
$92,000.
COMMERCIAL/INVESTMENT PROP.
3114 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach. Business only.
Established, charming 1950's style soda shop oper-
ating from leased building centrally located with
heavy traffic. Shop serves frozen yogurt and soft ice
cream and offers a line of gifts and souvenirs. Main
equipment includes 2 Taylor model 754@ double
batch freezers, 1 Taylormate model 152 single
batch freezer, new Flavorbest@ syrup dispenser for
8 additional flavors, Ig. topping bar, refrigeration
and freezer storage, and a 400# ice machine. Call for
more info. $53,500.


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Port, St. Joe -Approx. 2 acres commercial 'industrial -
lots of possibilities $99,000
Motel -4103 Hwy. 98- Mexico Beach. Located on four -
'lots, gunite swimming pool, boat parking, good :
,investment potential. $550.000.,
Mexico, Beach Marina -. located on Mexico, Beach
Canal 4 lots; bait and tackle shop, gasoline pumps,
boat docks, 3.000 + sq. ft. bldg. $690,000. '
ME\ICO BEACH VIDEO, 2704 Hwy. 98, Business
Only. All racks and fixtures, computer, cash register, ;
copy machine. Ig. movie inventory, 2 yr. building lease
available. Reduced to $25,000.
HOWARD CREEK
HOWARD CREEK 472 and 490 Old Bay City Rd.,
STwo adjoining 1..2 acre lots paved access all the way
from Hwy. 71 to your future driveway and boat shed.
Nicely wooded with m\ rtle and some oaks, covered
cu. ert access already in place and these are high lots.
$S.000 each. Have a one acre fishing and hunting..
retreat or develop one and sell one.
WEWAHITCHKA -
148 Lucy Dr., Wewahitchka. UNIQUE! Great home
close.to the best fishing. 3 br 2.5 ba. logic home. Lots of
room 3600 SFapprox. on 3 lots! 2 CH,.A units, gas
stove, refrigerator ceiling fans, 2 car garage. Many
extras. Well built and maintained. f44 19,00.Reduced
to $137,900.
OVERSTREET
178 S. Canal St. canal front, 3 bd., 2 ba. approx. 1650 sf.
ch a, well, septic, 2 car garage, full front & back .decks,
back-deck includes-a-20x9.7-screened in area, downstairs
.oitce, walk-in pantir refrg satellite dish w/set-up
equipment 1.264T acres, 100' on Intracoastal Waterway
w. dock $4 i 4 -Reduced to $125,000. *
1426 Pleasant Rest Rd. 2 bd., 2 ba, split plan mobile
home on cleared approx. 1/2 acre lot, paved road, all
utilities, well, septic, satellite dish. Perfect for your
country living, yet within 10 minutes to two towns.
Priced to sell at $a~,5'00 Reduced to $25,000,

LOTS 'r"
CAPE SAN BLAS/INDIAN PASS
CAPE SAN BLAS / Bayfront-101 ft. of bay frontage over-
looking Pig Island, 490 ft. of depth from Pig Bayou to C-
30, over one acre across from Antilles Dr. Tremendous
opportunity for secluded estate or multiple home sites,
great jew, and water access to the bay, only $105,000.
San Bias Plantation S/D. BEACHSIDE AND OWNER
FINANCING! Lots 14, 19, 21 .34,500. Lots 23, 25, 28,30
$- 29500 Lots 36, 38,40 $15,500.
GulfHI i I d OTm A eared,

MEXICO BEACH Houses Only
Mexic gulf
Mexico Beach, Hwy. 98 &2nd St. Unobstructed gulf
view, approx. 50'x150'. lot 2, unit blk 1. $115,000 firm.
WysnI i m.1m$If= Lot 1,
Blk31 I1 l t i a f IR -
BEACON HILL
Baxter Mobile Home Sub. Lot 8. This is a cleared lot in
an exclusive'sub. covered by covenants and restrictions,
just off of SunRay Dr. Some owner financing may be *
available. $35,000.
GULFAIRE SUBDIVISION
Homes Only Subdivision swimming pool
and tennis courts
Gulf Aire Sub. Phase II. Gulfaire Drive -
72.6'x261.02'x150'x146.73'. Lot 26, Blk. D, Sellers are high-
ly motivated and will entertain all offers. $26,000.,.
Christen's Curve. Nice cleared lot, triangular shape, near
pool and tennis court. Phase IV, Lot 8, $27,900. .
SEASHORES SUBDIVISION
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 -3 lots in first blqck across.from
beach. $25,000 each
OVERSTREET AREA
Wetappo Creek Estates. Beautiful wooded lot on paved
road in area restricted to homes only. Creek access and
just 10 mins. from the beach. lot size 110 x 200. $6,000.
1.27 acre. 101' Highway 386 frontage. Close to
Intracoastal Waterway, 5 minutes from beach. $13,500.00.
FIVE ACRES on the Intracoastal Waterway, approximately
500' water frontage. Lot size approximately 500'x450'.
$85,000.
Wetappo Creek and Highway 386 15.5 acres Great
Potential. $70,000
WETAPPO CREEK ESTATES. Wetappo Dr, Lot 2, Blk. C.
Has septic tank, houses only, 110' x 200', $9,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
C. L. Morgan Sub. Vacant lot. Beautiful wooded corner
lot on paved street. 73.4' x 70'x144' approx., this property
has never flooded and is zoned for Res. home or mobile
home. Just 1 min. from the Dead Lakes or 20 mins. from
the beach. All mineral rights convey. $10,000.
WATERFRONT Dead Lakes Drive, Wewahitchka. Lot 3
West Arm of Dead Lakes. Lot size 106.7' waterfront x
252.63' deep approx. Beautiful wooded lot with direct
access to the Dead Lakes! $15,000.
Beautiful wooded lot, close to the Dead Lakes. Located in
the C. L. Morgan Subd., this lot is zoned for homes or
mobile homes. Lot size 105'x113'. Build the home of your
dreams in this quiet, wooded subdivision and still be just
20 min. from the beach. $10,000.


vidual subject areas.
Our sincerest desire is for all'
students to achieve and to do
their very best. The unofficial:
Bible verse for Faith Christian.
School has been II Timothy 2:15,
"Study to show thyself approved
unto God, a workman that
needeth not to be ashamed, right-
ly dividing the word of truth."

Time to Plan for
"Project Grad"

Yes, that's right. School's,
back in session, and it's time to
begin making plans for Port St.
Joe High School's Project,;
Graduation 19991 !
A .meeting has been sched-"'
uled to begin at 6:00 p.m. ohn
Monday, September 14th at'
Active Styles Beauty Salon in Port,
St. Joe.
Please attend and support
your child and bring your ideas to
the meeting. At this first meeting,
officers will be elected and com-
mittees formed.


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Ymir Valuable Euminment from Damage Exchange Training


Florida gets hit with more
than 100 thunderstorm days
during the. typical year resulting
in more than 10,000 lightning
strikes during each storm. Your
valuable electronics are particu-
larly; susceptible to damage from
surges caused by lightning and
other factors associated with
storms. The general rule for
Deciding what to protect is this .
..if it is valuable to you or expen-
,ive. to replace, it is worth -pro-
tectingl!
As part of its "Storm Inform
'98", series, Florida Power
-Corporation offers the. following
tips to 'help, you protect your
home and office electronics.
-* 1 '. :. Grounding'
When lightning or other elec-
trical surges occur, the excess
-electricity wants to follow.apath
,of least resistance to the ground.
jTo ensure this "grounding" is cor-
-rect, have a good, "single-point"'
'.ground with all utilities (includ-.
ing power;, water and telephone)
bonded to 'it. A 'good ground
'needs a properly installed ground
trod. A water pipe is nbt a good
.ground,' 'ad using' it may result
In lightning damaging your pipes.
SSurgerProtection.
. Electrical surges are very'
.quick increases, in voltage; One
.frequent cause is lightning which,
"may cause surges in 'power,
.phone or cable lines. A few other
causes are trees falling on electric
'lines, birds ahd squirrels coming
: Into contact with electric lines or
car accidents Involving power
.poles, causing surges and even
-'power outages.
Florida Power Corporation
utilizes many methods to control
?-surges caused by these events.
,One of the things a homeowner
-can do to protect equipment from
- surges Is to install surge suppres-
Sslon. devices. To create effective,
'overall coverage, your surge pro-
Stection should involve a "two,
step" approach that includes ade-
Squate grounding along with:
* surge 'suppressors "for your
;whole building, such as a device
connected to the main electrical
panel of Florida Power's "Meter
Treater" device, which protects


wiring, appliances, and electrical
devices. This first level of surge
protection reduces the. strong
surges that enter the entire build-
ing, but it may not provide suffi-
cient protection to sensitive elec-
tronics; and
*protection for sensitive elec-
tronics within a home or office,
where quick and sensitive surges
suppressors are needed. In large
facilities, electrical sub-panel
protection may also be used.
Remember, protecting, for
surges from your electrical sys-
tem alone is not enough.
Electronics' that are connected to
phone or cable lines are also sus-
cepUible to surge, damage. For
these devices, such as TVs, VCRs.
answering machines and portable
phones, individual surge sup-
pressors that protect all the lines
connected to your electronics is
needed.
Back-Up Power Supplies
Storms sometimes cause
power outages. Back-up power
supplies are available for critical
electronics like computers that
must keep running, or where
important dates may be lost with
an outage. Itf you are working on
Your computer during a storm or
when a storm threatens, make
sure you have your computer on
auto-save or back up your files,
frequently, although it is best to
avoid using such devices during a
storm.
Phones
During a lightning storm,
avoid using the telephone as the
telephone line might conduct a
surge which could cause injury.
Using a portable or cellular phone
(one that is not directly connected
to the phone lines) is safer. It's a
good idea to have at least one


standard "plug in" phone in your
home or business. If the power,
does go out, phones thatrely on a
separate power supply will not
work.
Water Damage
Water from leaking roofs and
broken windows can be especial-
ly damaging to electronics. To,
prepare for a major storm or hur-
ricane, have on hand large plastic
bags (that can be sealed) to con-
tain your equipment. Move your
electronics away, from windows to
protected interior areas, but keep
them off the floor where flooding
or leading water may collect.
Records and Storage ;
Be sure to keep electronic
files backed up and keep copies of
those and other important docu-
ments stored in a safe place away
from your home or business. You- ,--
should back up your records in
this way on a regular basis to,.
avoid loss frori', storms, torna-
does, etc., that' ean hit quickly-
arid damage or destroy your
home or business.
Visit "Storm Inform" on the web
at: http://www.fpc.com/jipow- ,
er/storm. htm
:*
Gulf County Pound is
Bursting at the Gates
If you are interested in getting
a pet for yourself, your child, or a .
friend, please consider the ani-'
mals at your local animal shelter
or pound first. There is a variety
of potential pets currently being
housed at the Gulf County, Pound.


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.* 'school a very difficult place to be.:'
Among the animals up for.":, ,
adoption right now are six playful .. The Exceptional Exchange.
cats with shots, three of which -.programn is based on the premise'
have been neutered; two male 'that people will change the way'
black and white bulldogs; a liver 'they treat exceptional children, if
spotted dog; and a chocolate lab they better understand what it
puppy. means and how it feels to have an:
If you are interested in any of '
these animals, have an.y
questions, or would like adoption
information, please call the Gulf :
1115 and ask for Johnny Collins B
or call the St. Joseph Bay 1402 Hwy
Humane Society at 227-1103. wy


.... Cathey Parker Hobbs ...
REALTOR -'-
P. Box 123
Hwy. 98 & 31st St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
www.homtown.com/parker or
e-mail parkerrealty@dig;talexp corn


B 1-800-874-5073 or 850-648-5777

HOMES:
Charming family/executive home on choice lot in prestigious Gulf Aire Subd. This home offers 4 bedrooms, 3 baths in
over 2700 sq. ft. living area and many beautiful amenities. Call for complete info. 220 Buccaneer Dr.
Comfortable 3 bedroom home on large lot in desirable neighborhood within walking distance to the Beach. Has carport
& nice storage building. 41 First St., Mexico Beach $89,900.00 .-.,.
Attractive 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in restricted neighborhood. Large decks, fireplace, underneath parking and more.
(EXCHANGE SALE) 132 Pine St., Mexico Beach $98,500.00
BEACH FRONT DUPLEX Each apt. has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, wrap around decks, central H&A/C, appliances includ-
ing W&D. Reduced to $230,000.' Evening Star 1 & 2 Hwy. 98, St. Joe Beach 1 unit Still Available for
$115,000.
BEACHSIDE TOWNHOUSE Summer Place #10 Modern large 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath unit very near the Beach. Has
Central H&A/C, carpet, appliances, laundry room with WID hook-ups & back deck. 109C South 38th St., Mexico
Beach $78,900.00
Neat 2 bedroom home with 16' X 30' screened porch. Has decks & storage. Landscaped corner lot. 260 Ponce De
Leon, St. Joe Beach $89,000.00
Nice 3 bedroom home recently refurbished & room for expansion. Central H&A/C, carpet, added room, appliances,
fenced yard, short walk to the Beach. Reduced $69,500.00 235 Gulf St., St. Joe Beach.
Country living at its best Creekwood Subd. Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with approx. 2400 sq. ft. of liv- ,
ing area. New 24' above ground pool & deck, fish pond, deep well & separate shop. Corner Hwy. 386 & Spruce.
$92,500.00
BEACH RETREAT with boat shelter. 2 bedrooms, 2 bath mobile home, furnished appliances, Central H&A/C, fenced'
yard, 2 screened porches & storage. 505 Cathy Lane, Mexico Beach Reduced $39,900.0
Mobile Home on 3 Lots (2 fenced) 1986 three bedroom, 2 baths. 9129 Tulip 'Av., Beacon Hill '$47,000.00
DUPLEX Walking distance to the beach. Each side has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, adjoining porch (screened), appliances,
central H&A/C, and shared storage building. 412 7th St., Mexico Beach. $82,500.
'LOVELY MANUFACTURED home in restricted mobile home subd. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Must see to believe! Pool,
bath house, view of Gulf from elevated sun deck. Beautifully landscaped. 182 Sunray Ct., Beacon Hill. $1 19.000
CREEK FRONTAGE. 3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home in Creekwood Subd., cen. H & A/C, fireplace,,2 screened
porches and storage shed. 275 Spruce St., Overstreet. $47,500.
BEACH GETAWAY on 2 lots! 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home in great condition, Furnished and equipped, large
deck, nice storage building, covered boat barn. $69,900. -
BEAUTIFUL home in restricted subdi. with Gulf view from large screened porch. Like new 3 bedroom, 2 bath game
room, laundry room. Many extras, MUST SEE! 8110 Americus Dr., Seashores Subd. $149,900.
LOTS:


GULF FRONT LOTS Great locations 65' and 75' frontage.
BEACON HILL 2 lots -approx. 243' x 75' on Gulf. $300,000 each.
MEXICO BEACH approx. 155' x 65' on Gulf. $199,500 ea.
,MEXICO BEACH approx. 80' x 66' on Gulf. $245,000 each.
S15th St., Mexico Beach Lots 1 & 2, Block 1, Unit 17 $30,000
for both
Beacon Hill Restricted mobile home subdivision lots are fenced.
Lot 11 with Gulf view $35,000; Lot 12 $30,000; Lot 14 $27,500
SEA SHORES SUBD. Nautilus Dr. Lot 37, BIk A $22,500.
Nautilus Dr & Coquina Lot 2, Bik. C $25,000


Nautilus Dr. Lot 4, BIk D, $24,900
Americus Dr. Lot, BIk # $17,500.
OVERSTREET Chapel Lane 2 lots $12,500 each
North Canal Dr., on the Intracoastal -- $35,000.
Hwy. 386 .86 acre $12,800.
Sunshine Acres Hwy. 386 Lot 9 3 acres -
$15,000.
15th St., Mexico Beach Lots 1 & 2, Block 1, Unit'
17 $30,000 for both


Call for details on these

and other properties!!


exceptionality.
."There are many misconcep-
tions about children with excep-
tionalities," Tanner-Smith said.
"SEDNET is dedicated to provid-
ing individuals and agencies with
the correct information before


opinions are formed about oth-
ers."
M- p,


Landfills will be closed for Labor

Day on Monday, September

1998, but will reopen at their



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In response to an invitation
by Mack Eubanks, Transporta-
tion Coordinator, Gulf County
Transportation personnel were
given an opportunity to experi-
ence blindness and other dis-
abling conditions during an
"Exceptional Exchange" training
held recently at Port St. Joe High
School
Drivers began the day with
reflex testing. Inservice training
was given by Pat McDaniel, Risk
Manager at Panhandle Area
Educational Consortium, Diana
Dykes. Jo O'Barr and Temple
Watson.
The Exceptional Exchange
program was provided by Terry
Tanner-Smith, Project Manager
for the Severely Emotional
Disturbed Network (SEDNET).
SEDNET, established in 1981,,
relocated from Bay County to
,.Washington County on July 1.
SEDNET provides consulta-
tion on programming for students
'at risk, inservice training, case
"management. and assistance with
behavior management.
"Drivers are required to par-
ticipate In eight hours of training
.annually," explained Eubanks,
''Training components stress safe-
ty, getting to know students, and',
*the mechanics of living."
Simulations were staged dur-
Ing the presentation to allow dri-
vers to experience visual impair-
ments, mental disabilities, physi-
,cal disabilities. learning disabili-
-'ties. and emotional difficulties.
Children are the harshest
critics of anyone who is in any
way different. For children with
exceptionalities,' this can make


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98 Mexicor Beach FL


850-648-5767 or 1-800

BARBARA G. HARMON Broker/Owiner


204 Hwy. 98 UNOBSTRUCTED GULF VIEW -
Across from dedicated beach, 2 br 1 ba cozy immac-
ulate single family home on full 50x151' lot. Front and
side screened porches and raised sun deck have great
view of the Gulf! Completely furnished and equipped!
2 car carport and storage building. Great investment!!
$170,000.00. .

NEW LISTINGS:
418 7th Street NEWIII 3-bedroom, 2 Full bath home on beautifully
landscaped lot w/easy beach access This home only 8 months old is
immaculotell Exterior vinyl siding for low, easy maintenance. Central
gas heat & electric AC, gas hot water, gas range, for efficiencyll 2
car garage, underground sprinkler system, very nicely decorated!
$108,500.00 HAR"
112-C S. 37th Street BEACHSIDEI 2 Br 2 ba townhome with Florida
room or additional bedroom Immaculate ur.il.with lovely decor and
furnishings This unit has never been rented however would make
excellent rental. Must see this onel $108,900 00
8239 Hwy. 98 Gulfaire Townhomes -Lovely 2 Br 2.5 Ba townhome,
completely furnished Very nicely decorated and furnished. Currently
used by owner only not on rental market, but would be an excellent
weekly rental. Must see this onell $175,000.00
MEXICO BEACH:
408 7th St. Lovely stone and stucco 3 bd., 2 ba single family home on
beautiful Ig: lot w/easy access to the GuIfl Formal liv rm., kit. & dmin
ing combo, and separate family rm. Detached garage, concrete dri.
Sveway,' fenced yd. Very nicely decorated. $135,000 00.
310 Wysong Dr. NEWII Just completed 3 Br 21.Ba single family
home.1316+ SF heated/cooled living area. Double car:garager
w/au frig./ice-
w/ouNrDE
makerlecfnc range,. aishwa s9e'r, 'sp la T 'eiV f /ig'ht.e
Vaulted ceiling living/dining rooms. Total exterior vinyl siding oar
maintenance-free living. Landscaped yard w/shallow well and sprin-
kler system. $95,000
420 7th St. -.NEW CONSTRUCTION HOMEII 3 Br 2 Ba single family
home soon to be under.construction. 1608+ SF heated & cooled liv-
Irig UN DER1 ner ch/A.
Appliances inuclde refrig/icemaker, electric range, isEwasher, dis-
posal. On landscaped 100' x 1.58.33' lot. Only short walk to beach.
Floor plans available on request. PRE-CONSTRUCTION PRICE -
$109,500 HAR
308 Wysong Avenue PRE-CONSTRUCTION SALEII Quality Custom
Built 3 Br 2 Ba single family home under construction. 1608+ SF heat-
ed & cooled living area: 2 car garage w/automatic garage door
opener. CH/A. Appliances include Ref w/icemaker, electric range,
dishwasher, disposal. On 109' x 100' landscaped lot. Restricted sub-
division, paved street w/underground utilities. Easy Beach Accessll!
$115,000.00. PRE-CONSTRUCTION $109,500.00
427 Colorado Drive PRE-CONSTRUCTION SALE I Quality Custom Built
3 Br-2 Ba single family home soon to be under construction. 1400+
SF heated & cooled living area. 2 car garage w/automatic garage
door opener. CH/A, Ref w/ice maker, electric range, dishwasher,
disposal. On large 100' x 158.33' landscaped lot in nice residential
area w/paved street. $99,900.00. PRE-CONSTRUCTION -
$95,000.00


1-239-4959
REALTOI

Barbaia Mannon, Associate 850-647-5004-.
Susan Gaylor, Associate, 850-648-5401

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402 Georgia Ave. 3 Br 2 Ba mobile home w/20'X25' addition on
2 large lots (150'xil0') w/fenced backyard area, large sun
deck Uv. rm has ceiling fan w/light, mirrored wall. All wood
kitchen cabinets, pantry, din,. area accented w/Front bay win-
dow. Addition has den w/ceiling Fan w/light, utility area
w/washer & dryer, and master Br w/full bath Interior s"tor win-
dows on all windows. 2 CH/A electric heat pump units. Concrete
driveway w/covered carport. Be1itiful landscaped yard has
shallow well pump w/underground sprinkler system. Lots of fruit
trees. e 8,Q9 Reduced to $64,500. HAR. Possible owner
financing.
7208 Georgia Ave. 2 Br 1 Ba, mobile home on corner lot with
12'X16' Florida roqm addition and front screened 'porch
75'X 150' corner lot. CH/A. Affordable beach retreoti 548.000
K Reduced to $42,000 HAR

61 First St. 4 Br 2 full baths 2 half-baths, office room, approx. 2630 SF
heated and cooled. Doublq : I I sed patio. 16'X32' gunite
. pool 145'X180'lot Immaculal us seel $182,900
LOTS:
Arizona Drive 2 100'xl08 33' lots completely cleared, Filled and

ready for building. Unit 14, BIk E, Lots 9, 11 $17,000.00 each:
Arizona Drive 100'x108 33' lot. Nice shade trees on paved street.
Unit 14, BIk D, Loti26- $14,500.
Texas Dr. 100'x108 33' lot zoned for homes only $13,500 00.
'California Dr. 100'x108 33' lot zoned for homes only $13,500.00
Corner of Columbus St. and Americus Ave. -(3) 75'xl 50' lots only 1
block ER RA
Arizona Dr. 100'X108 33' completely cleared. Beautiful shade trees.
Unit 14, Blk D, Lot 18 $23,000 HAR
15th St. 10 acres. Zoned Residential Low Density Prime Developmentl
$90,000
307 Halley r. '-'North Lake Estates, BIk A, Lot 7, 87'X108'. $18,000
Texas Drive & Corner of 15s Street Beautiful irregular shaped lot com-
pletely cleared, filled, and r9L u g. Unit 14, B1k G, Lot 12.
$13,900.00 'I
Hwy. 386 (2) 75 x 100' lots Lots 12,14, B k 5, Unit 11. $20,000.00
Each.
LOTS ZONED FOR MOBILE HOMES:
Maryland Blvd. 75' x 100' lot, cleared, filled, and ready for building.
Nice shade trees. $25,WO CjeJ dancing w/$5,000 down,
balance @10% for 5 years.
RESTRICTED MOBILE HOME SUBDMSION LA SIESTA
Corner Hwy 386 and 15th St. Beautifully landscaped entrances, paved
streets with street lights; Large cleared lots with easy beach access.
Underground utilities: city water, natural gas, electric, phone, cable,
and city sewer (available Spring 1999). Deed restrictions: Zoned for
mobile homes only a
30 Lots Call now for best selection $29,000 Owner financing
w/20% down, balance @12% up to 10 yrsl HAR
.GULFAIRE SUBDIVISION
Gulfaire Dr. -. 75'X 25.' Lot'14, BIk D. $30,000 HAR
SEASHORES SUBDIVISION
Nautilus St. Lot 11, BIk D. Large irregular shaped lot on cul de sac.
. $24,009 HAR
OVERSTREET AREA
North Patrick St. Overstreet i'acre parcel. $10,000 HAR


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PAGE 4B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1998
N March of Dimes
New Gulf/Franklin Center Has 306 WalkAmerica


Enrolled In School's First Courses


The new Gulf/Franklin Cen-
ter of Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege already has a total of 306
students enrolled, after being
open only two weeks, according
to Leigh Duggar, spokesperson
for the school. It is offering five
computer classes, all of which are
full, with no vacancies available
until the next semester.
'We're already planning to be-
gin expansion," Ms. Dugger said.
'We're planning initially to offer
welding, air conditioning and
nursing as vocational courses,"
she said. 'We're also planning to
enlarge the parking lot, since we
are already near capacity."
To start off with, the college
sla offering 25 classes, during the
day and at night. 'We also offer a
job search and assistance pro-
gram," she said.
The school is equipped with'
an electronic library. 'You don't
need to go to Panama City to
search for any reference book. All
materials can be ;brought up via
electronics at a moment's notice,"
she pointed out.
The college representative
said they are currently working
on adding additional courses.
SCALLOP DAY
Diane Scholz, Chamber of
Commerce director, reported on
the upcoming Scallop Day this
weekend.
She said, "As of today, we
have 65 booths committed in-
.cluding 25 arts and crafts booths,
17 food dispensers, and four or
five educational exhibits.".
She also announced that the
chamber needs an inventory of
buildings available for new ten-
ants to occupy, in cooperation
with the Gulf County Economic
Development Committee. 'We
really need ,to know what we
have," she said in urging all land-
lords to list their property with
them.


Charlene Retires
Charlene Hargraves stepped down from her position at
Arizona Chemical the last day of August after 29 years with
the firm. She was feted with a "farewell bash" Friday after-
noon when all the employees and several visitors wished her
many happy returns. In the photo above, Bob Lawrence,
Maintenance Superintendent, presents Ms. Hargraves with ai
certificate of appreciation for her long faithful service. Em-
ployees joined in giving Charlene a dinner Friday afternoon,
and a reception, along with several gifts. She was seated on
a throne, given a crown and a sash which bore the legend,
"Miss Arizona."


Applications for Energy Assistance


The Gulf County Capital Area
Community Action Agency. Inc.
will be accepting applications on a
first-come, first-served, first-qual-
ify basis for air conditioners and
energy benefits.
Each applicant may be eligi- J


ble for up to $1,000. To qualify,
you must provide proof of house-
hold income, the social security
numbers of each and every one in
the household, and a utility bill.
Applications will continue to
be accepted until all funds are


depleted. For additional informa-
tion, please call one of the follow- '
trg numbers and ask to speak to
Jim Bellesbach: Monday and
Tuesday (Wewahitchka) 639-,
9910; Wednesday and Thursday
(N. Port St. Joe) 229-7122; and
Friday (Senior Citizens Center)
229-8466.
All calls should be made.
between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00
noon daily.


Things are gearing up for the
March of Dimes WalkAmerica on
Saturday, October 10. On that
day, people throughout the area
will be coming together to walk for
healthier babies.
The mission of the March of
Dimes is to improve the health of
babies by preventing birth defects
and low birth weight. This mis-
sion is carried out through the
Campaign for Healthier Babies,
which includes programs of
"Tesearch, community services,
;'education, and advocacy.
Recently, the March of Dimes
Resource Center was set up to
answer questions pertaining to
pregnancy, prenatal care, and the
health of mothers and babies.
Questions can be asked by
calling a toll-free number, 1-888-
MODIMES (1-888-663-4637), vis-
iting the March of Dimes web site
at http://www.inodimes.org, or e-
'mailing them at resourcecen-
ter@modimes.org. Anyone with a
'question relating to the health of
mothers or babies should defi-
nitely make use of this service.
Sponsors for the walk this
year are Burger King, First Union
National Bank, GT Corn,
Hambrick Construction, St. Joe
Timberland Company, and Alltel
(306 Communications).
Alltel 'is currently working on
raising money for the walk by sell-
i ,ng tickets for the giveaway of a
.Startac 300 cellular phone. A
'donation of at least $1.00 is asked
,for each ticket. Please give them a
call for more information about


U


purchasing a ticket.
For more information about
the walk or questions about the
March of Dimes, please call
Susan Estes at the area office at
785-6460.
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NEW LISTINGS
314 Lake Alice Park Dr., Wewa. Commercial-Residential
2/3BR, 1Bath home with 1lg. Wired workshop located across
from beautiful Lake Alice in downtown Wewa. This house has
the potential to become a restaurant, an insurance office, a
travel office & many other commercial possibilities. Don't miss
out on this one! $60,000.00 with possible owner financing.
136 Atlantic, St. Joe Beach, 2BR, 1Bath beach home w/lg.
Florida room located in the first block from beach. Beautiful
fenced yard, screened front porch and storage building in
back yard. $72,000 with assumable first mortgage of
$25,000.
102 36th St. North, Mexico Beach. Beautiful 1500 SF 3BR,
2Bath home located on choice general commercial lot. Large
laundry room, screened porch, all appliances and window
treatments stay. Very well kept. $195,500.00.
130 Canal St., St. Joe Beach. 3BR, 2Bath mobile home
located in first block from beach. Zoned residential-commer-
cial. Large screen porch and large carport with concrete drive.
Was $46,900 reduced to $40,000.00.
7438 Georgia Ave., St. Joe Beach. 3BR, 2Bath very well
kept doublewide mobile home. Large bedrooms with walk-in
closets, spacious bath in master bedroom with jacuzzi and
shower, shed/workshop in fenced back yard. $76,900.00.
6678 Alabama Ave., St. Joe Beach. Four choice lots and 2
BR, 1Bath house. Two of the lots have septic systems.
Property is offered all together and cannot be split.
$185,000.00.
LOTS
St. Joe Beach Selma St.- in the first block cleared Lots
15, 16 & 17 Block 7. $35,000.00. each with financing avail-
able.
St. Joe Beach Santa Anna Lot 8, Block 5, Yon's Addition
to Beacon Hill, 50x175. $35,000.00
Beacon Hill Sun Ray Court Lot 2 has septic, water tap paid
- $36,000.00. financing available.
Beacon Hill Sun Ray Court Lot 16, water tap paid -
$34,000.00. financing available.
Gulfaire Phase IV, Ocean Ridge Lane. Lots 3 & 4, Block 1, .
$28,500.00 each.
Borders Rd., Overstreet. 2.93 acres more or less, parcel 14.
$16,000.00. I gERfiO fRACT
WATERFRONT
SEAGULL #12 2 bd., 2.5 ba. townhome with two Gulf view
decks, furnished. Parking underneath. $175,000 firm.


SEAGULL #13 3 bd., 2.5 ba. tbwnhome with two Gulf view
decks, furnished. Parking underneath. $179,500 firm.

7303 Hwy. 98 JGulfview #4 1 g.
bd., 1 ba. lots R ifcfr space, furnished
including washer, dryer, private deck on Gulf, end unit.
$95,000.
113 S. 35th St., Mexico Beach -Windsong #4 3 bedroom,
3 ba., unfurnished ttowrcW pks overlooking Gulf, paved
parking underneath, ,-OS ,-prox. 11. years old, great
rental! $179,500.
BEACHSIDE
104-D S. 32nd St., 2 bd., 1 1/2.ba., townhome, has gulfview,
decks, ch/a, fenced yard. Unit .is in excellent condition. fur-
nished, $133,000. Reduced to $123,900.
115 S. 42nd St., 2 bdrmSOiD&th, 1/2 duplex, $77,000.00.
MEXICO BEACH NORTHSIDE
1100 N. 15th St. 4 bd., 1 1/2 ba.. ch/a, jacuzzi, pantry, also
has area that may be used for office, warehouse. Total. sq.,ft.
approx. 2300. Zoned residential/commercial. $155,000.
503 Cathey Lane 2 bedroom, 2 ba. 1988 14x70' Horton
mobile home aluminum siding",x. Ig. 'wooded lot, screened
cypress porches, new berber 'carpet, appliances like new
including washer, dryer, seller motivated. $59,900.
SEASHORES
208 Narvaez St. Very nice 3 bidrm., 2 ba. approx. 1680 SF.
Double garage, $110,500. Reduced to $116,500.
ST. JOE BEACH HOMES
NEW LISTING: 130 Canal St. 3 bd., 2 ba. mobile home with
nice carport and large screen porch. $46,900.
124 Selma St. 2 story contemporary home 1/2 block to beach.
3 bdrm., 2 ba. approx. 2150 SF plus pool house apartment, 1
br, 1 ba. Excellent rental history.for both apartment rents for
$385 and is furnished. Features all modern appliances plus
in-ground pool and deck. $143,000.
206 Court St. 3 br 2 ba. home with wood fireplace, cen. elec.
heat (new air conditioner not hooked up),. garage, vinyl siding,
deck, 75x150' lot. $78,000.
221 Court St. 1985 2 bra ife 3 blocks to beach, ch/a,
perfect for couple that v3 lkw0living without a large
PORT ST. JOE AND AREAS
3151 Hwy. 98 Very nice 2/3 br, 1 ba. home located near the
bay, remodeled, new carpet, $75,000. May be purchased with
no down payment using the SHIP program.
246 Pompano Ave., Highland View 3 br home, new carpet,
fresh, paint, and a view of the bay. May be purchased with NO
-DOWN PAYMENT using SHIP program. $49,900.


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315 Bonita. 2 bd., 1 ba. mobile home, corner lot, fenced yard,
ch/a, new carpets, possible owner financing. $25,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
1219 E. River Rd. Spacious 2 br 2 ba brick home on Chipola
River, fireplace, laundry rm., modern kitchen w/island, fully
furnished ready to move in. Guest house has kit., liv/bedroom,
1 ba., furnished, Ig. deck with BBQ grill, fish fryer, boat docks,
unique wooden walkway to river with deck. Lots of trees, flow-
ers, approx. 1 acre. $175,000.
COMMERCIAL
506 First St. Large commercial building. Possible
paint/repair shop. $65,900.
OVERSTREET
Pleasant Rest Cemetery Rd. This charming 2 br 1 ba. home
on 1/2 acre, ch/a, carpet, deck, $49,500. May be purchased
with no down payment on SHIP program.
LOTS
Cape Plantation Plantation Dr., Lot 8, $18,000 Reduced to
$14,000.
St. Joe Beach, houses or mobile homes. Court St. 75'x135'
- just 3 blocks to the beach. $25,000.
St. Joe Beach 2 large lots on Santa Anna & Americus.
$27,000 ea
Gulfaire area Hwy. 9_ between Gulfaire Dr. & Seashores
Dr. approx. 75'x200' c. 3,W000.
Mexico Beach home, m:Lots 1 & 2, lock D, Grand Isle,
$26,000 for both Sal*
Overstreet/Wewahitchka area
Hwy. 386. Zoned mobile homes/homes approx. 1 to 2 Acres.
$6,500 per acre.
Hwy. 386 to Wetappo Creek waterfront. Zoned homes
only, approx. 2.63 acres. Approx. 100' on creek. $39,000.
Borders Road, Lots 1 & 2 ,approx. 1.4 acre each. $12,500
each.
Borders Road, Lots 3 & 6 approx. 2 acres each. $15,500
each.
West Arm of Dead Lake 3 high & dry wooded lots on paved
street. Did not flood in 1998. $12,500 each.
investment. $35,000.



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GFC Campaign Urges


People to "Be Gator Safe"


The Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission '(GFC) is
launching a public safety cam-


paign to reduce conflicts between
the state's humans and alligators.
The focus of the campaign is to


This column Is provided as a service-of the Life Management Center, a professional counseling and
mental health center. It is not intended to replace psychological counseling or treatment services.


Dear Counselor:
My husband died about two
months ago after a long illness.
We were married 29 years and
had four wonderful children. The
problem is that there is no prob-
lem. I, accepted his death long
before he died, and was actually
relieved for' him when he passed
on.
My' children think that I
should be grieving, and I can't
seem to convince them that I'm
not. They make me very angry
when ;they bring it up, and I
refuse to talk about it. Should I be
grieving? Is it possible that I am
, just avoiding it like my children
say I am?
Signed Let's Move On.
Dear Let's Move On,
It is unusual, even after a
long illness, that there is not some
sense of loss at the death of your
husband. Although people grieve
in teidr own way, recovery usual-
ly follows predictable stages that
are necessary for healthy adjust-
ment to the loss. Very common in
sucl~ a loss is denial of the emo-
tional Impact. Your anger at the
menpon of your husband's death
may be an indication that some
defenses are at work.
Even if you are not avoiding
the emotional Impact of your hus-
band's loss, you would do well to
engage in some activities that can
help-. you and your children
adjust, and possibly uncover your
true feelings about losing him.
Learn about the grieving
process by reading books and
material on the subject. Two of
the books recommended are Good
Grief by G. Westburg and How to


Survive the Loss of a Love by M.
Colgrove.
You should discuss your feel-
ings often with your family and
one or two friends. Your children
are undoubtedly adjusting even if
you are not. They would benefit
from this as well.
Pay attention to what you
avoid and actively expose yourself
to those things. Examples may be
visiting your husband's grave,
cleaning out his closet, and look-
ing at pictures of him. Keep a
diary or journal of your thoughts
and feelings regarding your hus-
band and his absence. Most
important, don't deny any painful
or negative feelings you have. Tell
someone about them.
Life Management Center has
therapists available who have
experience in issues of grief and
loss. I would advise you to consid-
er seeing a professional to help
you with this process. We also
have a 24-hour crisis line should
'you need emergency assistance.
The number is 227-1145. Please
contact us it we can be of further
assistance.
Sincerely,
Ed Dennis. MS
Component Director

Please address your questions
S and comments to:
Dear Counselor, 311l .Williams
Avenue., Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Names and addresses are optUon-
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.


teach people how. to live safely
with alligators in a part of the
world where alligators fill a vital
niche in the ecosystem.
"Alligator attacks on humans
are rare, but the conflicts between
gators and humans are a growing
concern," said Dennis David, the
GFC's alligator program coordina-
tor. "As the human population
increases, alligators are crowded
out of their habitat, and they
encounter people more often.
That's why we need an effort like
this campaign."
Most of the state wildlife
agencies across the alligator's
range have thrown their official
endorsements behind the
$50,000-plus campaign. The
Southeastern Association of Fish
and Wildlife Agencies, which com-
prises 16 states', Puerto Rico's
and the Virgin Islands' wildlife
agencies, also has endorsed the
campaign.
A minimum of public money.
is involved in producing the mate-
rials which bear the "Be Gator
Safe!" message and provide tips
about how to co-exist with gators.
along with information about the
species. All publications and
tapes are to be paid for by grants
from private donors such as Billie
Swamp Safari of South Florida,
Florida Media, Inc. of Lakeland,
the Florida Alligator Marketing
and Education (FAME) Advisory
Council and Gatorland of
Orlando.
The GFCs contributions to
the campaign are. almost exclu-
sively in the form of manpower
and postage. The same is true for
the other states which are
launching the campaign concur-
rently (Georgia, Arkansas. South
Carolina, Mississippi and Texas).
For a free poster/brochure
tied '"Welcome to Our State .
You Might See Some Allgators
HereF" Contact the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission,
620 South Meridian Street.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1600.

Did You Know?
Plans for taking care of ani-
mals in the event of a hurricane
or other natural disaster should
be made well in advance. Most
emergency shelters do not accept
pets.


"Parenting

After Divorce"
Life Management Center of
Northwest Florida, Inc. has
announced that it will offer its
next "Parenting After Divorce"
classes on Saturday, September
19, and Saturday, October 17.
These two training sessions
will be held at the Life
Management Center's Wellness
Center in Port St. Joe from 8:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Eastern).
Each class will examine how
parents can help themselves and
their children overcome the pain
and disruption of divorce. Talking
with' your child about divorce,
developmental issues, visitation,
behavior concerns, and dealing
with typical emotions will all be
topics of discussion.
Professional counselors from
,the :center will conduct these
four-hour Saturday workshops.
'The 'courses meet state require-
merits for divorcing, parents.
'Interested parents are asked to,
.call L.M.C. at 227-1145, and ask
'for the "Parenting After Divorce
Course".
Advanced regi-stration is
required. A nominal fee will be,
'charged. A booklet will be provid-
ed, and a certificate of attendance
will be awarded.


PSC to Hold

Phone Rate

Hearing Here

The Florida Public Service
Commission IPSCI will conduct
'22 customer heanngs throughout
the state as a result of house bill
4785 passed by the 1998 Florida
.Legislature. The bill' directs the
PSC to study and report its find-
ings as to fair and reasonable res-,,
idential telecommunications ser-
,.ice rates.
One of the hearings will be
held in Port St. Joe on October 5.
from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Fire
Station conference room.
The 22 hearings began on
August 24 and will continue
through the months of September
and October. They will be held in
cities throughout Florida for the
convenience of citizens to attend.
"We encourage Florida resi-
dents to attend these hearings as
their input will be important in


helping the legislature determine
if changes are needed to help pro-
mote competition in Florida's
local telephone markets," PSC
Chairman Julia L. Johnson said.
The PSC Division of
Consumer Affairs has set up a
toll-free number for obtaining
information about dates, times,
and locations, in English and
Spanish, of the hearings. The toll-


free number is 1-800-873-1807.
Commission staff is sched-
uled to file a draft report on
January 13, 1999 for presenta-
tion to the. Commission on
January 13, 1999.

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CAPE SAN BLAS. Gulf ront lot
> a-t the north end of the Cape. 62.5' x -
71c 100' with DEP permit. $199,900.



0-aNgw 5588 Cape San Bias. Rd. 3 bd., 21/2 ba, all
M. blinds, Fla tile, inside storage, open deck/patio, sprin-
H kler system, screened porch, cen. h/a, zone CA com-
S mer/res 200' on St. Joe Bay with minimal marsh .
Grass 3 32 acres, beautiful landscaping, one of the few
homes on Cape San Bias thai has federal flood insur-
Afto anceill Much more. $329,500. MLS #2607.
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1610 Long Ave., Port St. Joe. Tatielullv decorated and remodeled, 3 bd:, 1 ba. home. CH&A, new car-
pet, new wallpaper, newly rewired ne, plumbing new electrical switches and sockets, storm .doors front and
back, on a 60n160 lot. outside storage bldg fenced back ed Call Brenda Miller Price: $67,800.
Blountstown, Calhoun County: 40 acre parcel located just outside of Blountstown on Hwy. 73. Planted
pines, perfect for country estate, farm or subdivision into individual homesites. Call Brenda Miller. Price:
$32,000.
South Long St., Overstreet. T.o'20 acre parcels close to the intracoastal waterway, and just off Hwy. 386.
Parcel One which borders South Long and Hardy St. is planted in pines, and Parcel Two which faces South Long
St. is not. Prices: Parcel One $47,000; Parcel Two $37,000.
225 Spruce, Creekwood, Overstreet. Singlewide mobile home, very well kept, mostly furnished, situat-
adon 2 lots; 2 screened porches, 14x21 storage bldg., 12x20 screened room on back of property w/brick BBQ.
Also; 1 recreational lot on Wetappo Creek. Call Brenda Miller. Price: $52,000.
Quarter Horse Ln., Overstreet. 2.73 beautiful acres, plenty of trees, secluded, creek, on county rd., great
for horse stables or pasture, or homesite. Close to intracoastal. Brenda Miller has details. Price: $16,000.
Kelly Dr., Sunshine Farms, Overstreet. Two parcels containing 5 acres M/L each. Parcel One borders
Kelly Dr. and Quarter Horse Ln., and Parcel Two faces Kelly Drive. Lots of trees, winding steam, lots of land and
trees on both parcels. Contact Brenda Miller. Price: Parcel One: Lot 24, $24,000. Parcel Two Lot 23, $20,000.
7297 Hwy. 98, Coronado Gulf View Unit #1. Beautifully remodeled, 2 bd., 2 ba. unfurnished,all new
inside. All appliances, nice Ig. bedrooms, plenty of closet space. Two level deck, gorgeous sunsets, parking for
2 cars. Call Brenda Miller. Price $159,000.
7118 Georgia Ave., St. Joe Beach 3 bd., 2 full baths, Lot 10-11, B28, Dining/kit. combo, fam. rm.,
master ba. garden tub, irrigation well, central water. Nice brick home on a corner lot. Extras 2 septic tanks,
carbon monoxide chain link fence, side access, sprinkler system and much more. $137,500. MLS #2625
FIRST TIER LOT, SLIRFSIDE ESTATES. #38, not in subdivision. Central water & on a paved street. $59,500.
Broker is owner. Call)ay Rish.
1110 Palm Blvd., Port St. Joe. 2 bedrooms, 1 ba. Beautiful small home that is well kept. Sits on a corner
lot with alley access. Extras-pull down attic storage, stove, ceiling fans, pear tree, chain link fence, dishwash-
er, garage door opener, and more. $69,500. MLS#2624.
605 1 Oth St. Rambling 2 bd 2 ba. 1400 sf frame house located on 2 1/2 lots (125'x1 70'). Beautiful vaulted
ceiling living rm with 10' bay window & fireplace. Open double carport, additional storage bldg. and, boat
shed/workshop area. Price $79,900. Call Perry J. McFarland at 227-9600 or after hours at 229-6153.
Hwy. 386, north of Overstreet. PRICE REDUCED-Beautiful 2 1/2 acre country setting with 3 bd., 2
ba., 28'x70', Redman mobile home, Property also has a 2 bd/1 ba. older frame house w/aluminum siding and
meftal roof. $89,500. Price Reduced to $79,900. Call Perry J. McFarland at 227-9600 or after hours at 229-
6153.
678 Jones Homestead Rd. 4 bd/2 ba. mobile home, Ig. corner lot, Ig. outbuilding and barn. All appli-
nces, C flood zone. $67,500.00.


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1004 Marvin Ave. Large e. rer.ovared lith almost ner e.errhmingi Ne- Berber carpet and ..nl ibhroughour Beau.ful large -.k.te ..aible I-re-
place in corr.orrable den. large formal Ivin.g ar.d dm.ng room 12A24' deck and 10n17' 'cr-er. porch Large mas-
ter bedroom -.ilh Lalk ir. loel Amen.r,.ei alo include .o.* central H.. A NEEw ROOF, large dbl ga.oge oak cab
mels, ne." pa.nt throughout, lots of close space 1148 500 00
2011 Monument Ave. Lg 5 bd 2 bath home. Ig corner lo in a nice re.ghborhood 'tar r..-.d a little IIC O.er
2200 sq ft ol healed and cooled 'pace bedrooms Uptrairs plus game room and en'na bonus room oer the
garage Cer.iral h/a and much more $129 900 '0
703 16th Street, Port St. Joe. 3 be-droom I 3,4 badh 'b .h Iah.cheneh'e formal dinr.rg In.r.g room. and 'mall
addition on corner lot 179 900
S108 Circle Drive, Mexico Beach. Classic K..-.g:berr/" home, brick exterior, Fla room, carpcrt all appli-
ances including .a:her Has dryer book up Ti Jirrns, 2 balrs. fully Frr.i:.hd rental unit .ih good rental
h..:ory CH.A, tIrrazo and wood floors 3 'sr'from beach Call Bre..da Miller today PkICE REDUCED
$119 00
HIGH TRAFFIC LOCATION on the corner of Hwy. 98 & A.enue A in Pori SI Joe Bild.r.g -as a l.quor,'con.-
nierice store/gas station. Main structure is approx. 40x105: under rooF Presenrly here are tao 'sall unirs r.at
could be rented for small businesses such as a po-n shoppe, check cashing service, or coin loundry, main building
has been a u.brail consen.ence store in rhe pao. LI.eralli I block from the r, marina srie 4.1Q9ri Reduced
to l188,000. Lel's make a dealll
109-B 5. 29th St., Mexico Ima iclurdei& iTnr &fv rJfI rhe Gull bd 2 ba cor.plerely r-
nehed esceller.I rental hirory lr l,.rl .000 Brenda Miller ha' rhe derMils
1307 Marvin BJqtBLl lql1*J1 'itI lftho.me. un porch, large bock
,ard CH-& A n.c ...id 1
9037 Olive Ave., Beacon Hill. Improved .aca.'1l lot 501000' lcated in second black Ifrom H-, 98 Cleared.
cul.erl and ill dir, added Appro.ed for 1440 sq FI home $12,000 Call Perry M.cFarla..d
HOMES:
703 Maryland Blvd., Mexico Beach. Cer; -.ce 1996 Redmoan 24' 44' doublewide mobile home, all appli-
ances, mostly furnished. Outside 0UN EI Of OfTRACT Owner financing. Perry McFarland.
Price Reduced $4,500 to S59.500.
101-A. S. 29th St., Max. Beach. Large 4 BR 3 BA barn stle home. complelel, furnished, great view of beach
and water parking under house Brenda miller 1159,000 Adjacer.t .den.cal home mar/be for sale also.
51 1.7th St., PSJ, Beautifully landscaped home -.th alley access ir. quiel neighborhood 3 or 4A BR 1 BA with for-
mal liv. and dining .un room den. tiVD i 'i, rKAOT ito.e & ..en, other appliances elec-
tric, gas replace, srrmall foer rh coal co-e., '.-npl siding ouisiderdbr garage ,rI-. a shop/mother-in-law apt.
Flooring in Ihe home .s carpe ing Ihroghoul w/ vir.,l in the kitchen bath and breakfast room. Price $87,500.00.
S. Long Street, Overstreet, 10 Acre parcel ideal for country estate, form, or subdivision. Close to intracoastal
canal Brenda Miller. $100,000
REDUCTION: 412 5th St., Mexico Beach. Almost new. 24 x52 doublewide mobile home, unfurn., open
rooms, all appliances, garden tub i| ,litjJ o jlt dg., landscaped yd., double drive-
ways, 20 year roof. Contact Brend l El.00.
315 Woodward Ave., PSJ. Charming 3 BR 1 BA .ood frame home, 55'x170' corner lot. Home has covered
screened-in porch, living rm. w/fp, t^ ,hu qE relpn reports, ceiling fans, window AC units,
gas heat, elec. water heater. Also, fitalou m i t r a shop or extra storage. Zoned res-
idential/commercial. Owner financing available. Price $64,900.00.
1612 Monument Ave., PSJ. Very spacious home situated on a one acre lot with a fantastic view of the water.
This 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath brick & frame home boasts 2,560 SF of living space, has a large living/din. rm. com-
bination, Ig. fam. rm. with brick fp, sewing/laundry rm, Ig. foyer area, 23'x23' double garage, 10'x21' porch.
Kitchen appliances include almost new self-cleaning oven, built-in range top, large built-in microwave, garbage dis-
posal, oak cabinets with carousel shelving in corners. Ceiling fans, lighting, and window treatments are throughout
the house and included in the price. Price $119,900.00.
1012 McClelland Ave., PSJ. 4 BR 2 BA II e 1n eitablished r.eighborhood, garage, all appliances,
20'x30' workshop, fenced back yard. Brend lK 0 .j :
1111 Garrison Ave., PSJ. Very well kept B fellk home on large lot, all new inside. Great rental income
property or home for small family. Brenda
White City, 284 Sealey Dr., 5 BR 2 BA, 2300 SF of living area situated on 3.43 acre site w/sofe harbor and
access to intracoastal waterway. y. tOl C lt i r Tccess to St. Joe Bay or Apalachicola.
Below appraised value. Price $139,900.00.





PERRY J. McFARLAND BRENDA G. MILLER, GRI
SALES ASSOCIATE REALTOR Associate
Home: 850-229-6153 Home:
Mobile: 850-227-5885 /s 850-648-5435


LOT S :
Kim Kove, Grand Isle, Mexico Beach. Lot 26, Block C,
GARRISON AVE., BRENDA DR., MONICA DR., BARBARA DR., Several new lots available for sale,
more foratcoming Sizes vary, locations vary. All are close to schools, yet off the beaten path. Water and sewer
aa;lable Nice new homes in subdivision. expanding area of toan. Price $19,900.00 per lot. Owner financ-
ing with 20s. down, 10 interel., 10 year amoritzed, 3 year balloon payment.
Marvin Ave. 1800 block Vacant lot 80' 175 ILol 2, Block 95). Ideal for building your dream home. Price
$14.000 Call Perry J McFarland
75' bay UNDER sCO C C0oo
Gulfaire Lot #10, unr.obstrucINDEfR CONTEi
Lot 2, Bay Breeze SubdikDfBiEGlONTRACT
Nice lot in Gulf Aire. Across from tennis court & swimming pool. A steal at $28,500. Hurry, it won't last
long!
W hite City lot: Contiguous to St. Joe Co. land, 75'x 110',
$9,500.00. Owner says sell! Owner financing, make offer!
Corner 3rd and Fortner Ave., Mexico Beach. Two cleared lots each 50'xI50', one block to beach,
good view from two story home, zoned for homes or mobile homes. Brenda Miller. REDUCED TO $49,500
ea. LOT 1 IS UNDER CONTRACT.
BAY BREEZE SUBDIVISION, behind Carpet Country, Affordable, oversized lots, restricted, zoned for
mobile homes. Some restrictions. Each lot measures 100'x300'. Close to Port St. Joe, close to schools. All utili-
ties available. Septic tank needed. Price $11,500.00 each. OWNER FINANCING WITH 20% TO 25% DOWN,
12% INTEREST, TERM NEGOTIABLE. 12 LOTS SOLDIll
8749 Hwy. 386, Overstreet. Twenty acre parcel with 800' on Wetappo Creek (deep water channel). Also
2 BR 2 BA home, artisan well, two stocked ponds, garden area, fruit trees and dogwoods. Brenda Miller.
$255,000. SELL 13 ACRES FOR $215,000.
Peacock Loane, off Pleasant Rest Cemetery Rd.), 6.209 acres with200' on Wetappo Creek, (deep
water), dockage available, some marsh. Brenda Miller. $75,000
Corner Hatley Dr. & 15th St, Mex. Beach. One large corner parcel approx. one acre, zoned RLD,
WATER TAP PAID. Excellent home site for permanent home or weekend retreat. Brenda Miller. $30,000
Bonnett St., Beacon Hill. 2 lots each 50'xl00, wooded, secluded. Owner Financing. Brenda Miller.
$10,000 ea. /
GULF FRONT LOTS R-7 Lot size 120' x 351'. $395,000.00. OWNER FINANCING 25% down payment,
balance in S years, 10% interest. Prices subject to change without notice. Can build either large home or duplex
2 Indian Lagoon Lots. $24,500. 100x3 W tv nice location.
INDIAN LAGOON FRONT .(south sin f w" .-. C-30). 5 lots 100' x 350'-400' more or less.
$29,900.00. OWNER FINANCING. DISCOUNT FOR PURCHASE OF SEVERAL OWNER FINANCING 25%
DOWN PAYMENT, BALANCE IN 5 YEARS AT 10% INTEREST. NO MOBILE HOMES. 4 UNDER CONTRACT
in 2 weeks!ll Only 1 left at $29,90011
BAY FRONT LOT HEAD OF THE BAY. 100' road to bay, $85,000.
BAY FRONT LOT NEAR THE., J AgKuq fifl"& minimal marsh, oversized width 128'.
$99,900. A GEMII
Marvin Ave., Port St. Joe. lot G which S and part of lot 10, 143'x 75', good neighbor-
hood. Price $14,000.
Look for us on the Internet at http://www.homtown.com/thoropson or
http://www.mexicobeach.com/thompson
And now you may e-mail us on the Internet at: elizwthompson@digital-
exp.com or elizwthompson@juno.com

Our firm is pleased to announce the EXCLUSIVE listing of several lots
owned by St. Joe Corp. in the following areas: Gautier Memorial Lane,
Cabell Drive, Marvin Avenue and Garrison Avenue. Few 6-6,7 lots
under contract. Starting at $14,000. Prices will increase soonill


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PAGE 6B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,. 1998


Hanlon Gets Good

Conduct Medal
Navy Chief Petty Officer John
L. Hanlon, a 1981 graduate of
Wewahitchka High School,
recently received the Navy Good
Conduct Medal.
The Good Conduct Medal rec-
ognizes the servlcemember's hon-
est and faithful service during a


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9798-26
The Gulf Counrty Board of County Commissioners
will receive sealed bids from an% person. company
or corporation Interested in providing the County
with the following goods/services
One (1) GI08 Software Program
Complete bid specifications are on file in the Office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Gull Count,
Should you have any questions. call Joe Daniord at
850-22 736-96
Delivery Date must be specified. liquidated dam-
ages for failure to deliver on the specified date will
be 825 00 per day
Please Indicate on the envelope that this is a
SEALED BID and Include the BID NUMBER.
Bids will be received until 500 o clock. PM. .
Eastern Time. on September 8 1096 at the Office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1000 Fifth Street.
Room 148. Port St Joe. Flonda 32456 (Telephone
850-229-61121
The Board reserves the right to reflect any and all
bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
BY WARREN J YEAGER. JR.
CHAIRMAN
2ic. August 27 and September 3. 1998
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF COUNTY.
FLORIDA
IN RE ESTATE OF PROBATE DIVISION
MARVIN WALTER PITrS.
Deceased
FILE NO P98-53-CP
/
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The adminimstration of the estate of MARVIN
WALTER PITiS. deceased. File Number 98-53-CP
15 pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf County.
Flonda. Probable Division. the address of which is
Gull County Courthouse 1000 Filth Street. Port
St Joe Flonda 32456 The names and addresses
of the Personal Representatives and the Personal
Representative's attorney are set forth below
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT.
All persons on whom this notice Is served
who have objections that challenge the valjdrit ol
the will. the qualifications of the Personal
Repreientative. venue, or jun-dictlon of thli Court
are required 10o file their oblectons with this Court
WITHIN ThiE LATER OF THREE 131 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY 130) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM
All creditors or the decedent and other per.
sons rarvg claims or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy :.f this notice Is served with-
in three 13) m.-,nths ahter the date of the flrst publl.
caton of th rno.ce must file their claims with this
Courtn WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE 131 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NYTIHCE OR THIRTY 1301 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM
All other creallors of the decedent and per-
sons navmg clain- or demands against the dece.
dents- estate must file their claims wilds this Court
WITHIN THREE 131 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
The date oLflrF publicauon ol thi-s Nouce 1i
5epte,^'* 8.... ............
APersonal Repreena th ee ve
CharlIwqcisun
' PoEu Of luice BPao ul98
Port St. Joe FL 32457
Telephone 18501227 1159
Fionda Bar No 6)99070
Personal RepresenLaUiLes
Eunice Paincia Minuel
P 0 B.:.x 7 i I
Wewahlichka. FL 32465
Donic J NIchol Piau
P 0 Bon 7301
Vero Beacn FL 3296 k


three-year period. To earn It,
Hanlon achieved and maintained
a satisfactory level of performance
and an unblemished conduct
record for the entire period.

Hanlon is currently assigned
aboard the fleet ballistic missile
submarine USS Virginia (Gold)
and is homeported in Kings Bay,
Georgia. He Joined the Navy in
January of 1983.


Susan Carol Sours
P 0 Box 1217
Wewahichka. FL 32465
2tc. September 3 and 10. 1998


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO.98-56
IN PROBATE
IN RE- The Estate of
MAULINE BROWN BATEMAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ESTATE:
The domiciliary administration of the estate
of MAULINE BROWN BATEMAN. Deceased. Case
No 98 56. is pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf
County. Florida. Probate Division. the address of
which Is Gulf County Courthouse. 1000 5th Street.
Port St Joe. Florida. 32456 The name and
address of the domlciliary personal representative
and that personal representautves attorney are set
forth below
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this notice Is served with.
In three months after the date of the first public.
on of duthis notce must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THE NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and per-
son having claims or demands against the estate of
the decedent must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this Notice
Is September 3 1996
/s/ SUZETTE BATEMAN
DOMICILIARY PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
/si THOMAS S GIBSON
RISH & GIBSON. PGA
206 E FOURTH STREET
P 0 BOX 39
PORT ST JOE. FL 32157
18501229-8211
ATTORNEY FOR DOMICILIARY
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIrVE
2te. September 3 and 10. 1998


Red Cross Needs

DHS Volunteers
The Capital Area Chapter of
the American Red Cross is looking
for volunteers who would like to
help their community when a dis-
aster strikes. If you are interested,
please try to attend one or both of
the following Disaster Services
courses.

Disaster Health (Nursing)
Services (DHS I and DHS H)
a DHS I-The purpose of this
6 1/2 hour course is to assist vol-
unteers In organizing and admin-
Istering the Disaster Health
Services function on the local
level, and to tell them how the
DHS function is initiated on a
larger operation.
DHS II-The purpose of this
6 1/2 hour course is to prepare
volunteer staff for entry-level
assignment to the DHS function
at a disaster operation that
extends beyond the scope of an
operation conducted by a single
Red Cross chapter and that often
Is nationally administered.
Course dates and times are'
as follows:
DHS I
September 10-9:00 a.m.
October 9-9:00
October 20-6:00 p.m.
October 21-6:00.
November 20-9:00.
DHS IIH
October 16 9:00 a.m.
November 21 9:00.
For more information on
Disaster Services, please visit the
C.A.C.'s home page at www.tally-
town.com/redcross.
Participants of each course
will receive 6.4 nursing CEU's at
no charge.
To register, please call the
American Red Cross in Tallahas-
see at 894-6741 or e-mail your
name, phone number, and course
selection to tallaha@crossnet.org
or fax the same Info to 878-3441.
NOTE: If you are a State oft
Florida or Leon County govern-'
ment employee, you can receive 15
days of paid disaster leave to vol-
unteer for the American Red Cross
during a disaster.


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

The City of Wewahitchka will soon consider a budget for

FISCAL YEAR 98/99.

This notice'i'sp-licable-to Gulf County. -

A public hearing to TENTATIVELY adopt

Millage and Budget will be held on September 10, 1998

at 6:30 P.M. at City Hall.
PAMELA L. HARDEN, CITY CLERK
1Hc. SepierrDer 3 1998


I PUBLIC NOTICES I


The Florida Department of Corrections at

Gulf Correctional Institution


ACADEMIC & VOCATIONAL TEACHERS


The Florida Department of Corrections at Gulf Correctional Institution
has vacancies for the following professional teaching positions:

ACADEMIC TEACHER EjT
Position Number 35483

To teach general adult basic education classes for incarcerated adult male
offenders. Applicants must have a Bachelor's Degree and possess or be::
eligible for a current Professional State of Florida Educator's Certificate.
Permanent certification must be obtained within 36 months.

VOCATIONAL TEACHER E|T
Position Number 35482

To teach ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (JANITORIAL/CUSTODIAL SERVICES)
to incarcerated adult male offenders utilizing Florida Department of,.
Education curriculum frameworks. Applicants must possess a high school
diploma or its equivalent and six years of experience in the vocation being
taught; or a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and
two years of occupational experience in the vocation being taught; or
additional education or training may substitute on a year for year basis for.
up to four years of the required experience as described above. Permanent
vocation teacher certification must be obtained within 36 months,

VOCATIONAL TEACHER EJT
Position Number 35481

To teach ELECTRONICS to incarcerated adult male offenders utilizing
Florida Department of Education curriculum frameworks. Applicants must
possess a high school diploma or its equivalent and six years of experit--
ence in the vocation being taught; or a bachelor's degree from an accred-. ;
ited college or university and two years of occupational experience in the
vocation being taught; or additional education or training may substitute
on a year for year basis for up to four years of the required experience as.
described above. Experience in a correctional setting is preferred.
Permanent vocation teacher certification must be obtained within 36
months.

The above positions are classroom teaching positions. Experience in a cor-
rectional setting is preferred. Competitive salary and excellent benefits.
Interested applicants should submit a State of Florida Employment
Application to the Personnel Office, Gulf Correctional Institution, 500 Ike :.,

Steele R'ad, Wewahitchka, Florida 32465, or call 850-639-1162 for addi-
tional information. Application deadline is close of business on September
10, 1998.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
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AUCTION FRIDAY NITE, at 7 p.m.
EST at Port Theatre Antique Mall, PSJ.
*'Mall open Tues. Sat. Wade Clark
SAuctions, 850-229-9282.'
10% Buyer's Premium. ABI239 AU 1737 AU1743





'83 Toyota Celica GT. power everything
and sun roof. Runs greatly! $1.500 obo.
639-4343. Itc 9/3
'96 Ford Contour, take over payments.
229-2727 days. 639-3600 nights.
2tc 9/3

1995 Dodge 4wd swb, reg., cab, 60K
miles, a/c, pw, pdl, heavy duty trailer
hitch, blue & silver, take over payments.
229-2727 days, 639-3600 nights.
2tc 8/27

'95 Acura Integra, Special Edition,
Slather Interior, excel. condition. Call
647-9851, leave message. tfc 8/20
',95 Honda Passport, good condition,
black exterior, grey interior. Call 229-
8997 during day, or 227-3412 in the
evening. tfc 8/13
Convertible 1994 Chevy Cavalier,
loaded, runs perfect. looks great;
86,500. 639-3410. tfc 9/3
'93 Honda 250 Nighthawk motorcycle.
low miles. 81,950. Call .227-1639 or
227-1109. ask for Charlie or Linda.
f .9/3





25 hp Mercury outboard, elec. start,
tiller handle, short shaft, new propeller.
motor mounts, cellonold. S400. 227-
2049. 2tc 9/3
Marquardt's Marina. Mexico Beach. FL
850-648-8900. 1998 Yamaha Enduro
48mlhw. 2 yr. warranty. SO down,
S86.05 at 60 mo W.A.C. l tc 9/3
16 ft. fishing ski barge boat with 40 hp
Evinrude motor, Magic Tilt trailer, good
condition.. Can be seen at 613 Marvin
Ave. 227-2035. 2tc 8/27
Si,90"rSpbrscraft 20"1ft'."'th'ciud'd '
cabin. 175 OMC motor, trailer, loran.
VHF radio. Only 87.300 or best offer.
See at comer of Hwy. 98 and 35th St. In
Mexico Beach. Call local 648-3014 or
toll free 1-888-561-8112. 4tp 8/13
14' fiberglass boat with 15 hp Johnson
engine (completely rebuilt). 81.000. Call
648-5840. tfc 9/3
26.1' Mako with twin 150 hp Evinrudes.
less than 400 hours. Some electronics
and 'all aluminum tandem trailer.
Reasonable offer. 648-8211.
tfc 9/3






Howard Creek, 2 bdrm., $250 a month.
$250 deposit. 850-327-4889. 4tc 9/3
2 bdrin. 1 1/2 ba. mobile home. new
carpet, fenced yard. 1/2 mile from
beach, $350 per mo. Includes water.
sewer, trash, and cable TV. 8200
deposit. 648-5229. tfc 9/3
Indian Pass Indian Lagoon view, 4.
bedroom, 2 bath new home on 5 acres
within Jacuzzi room & private fish pond.
wonderful family home. 6 months to I
yr. lease, water included. 8850/mth.
Call 850-927-2515. 4tp 8/27
Duplex for rent. furnished, 132 Bay St..
St. Joe Beach, S400 month. $200 secu-
rity deposit. 648-4020. 2tc 8/27
For rent at south side of Wewa. Nice.
clean, semi-furnished. 14x70' 2 bdrm..
2 bath mobile home. with cen. h&a. and
washer/dryer hookups furnished.
Sony, no pets. Must have references.
Utilities furnished. 8400 month. Call
648-5905 after 6 p.m. 2tc 8/27


Safe 'N Dry Storage
$25 month
302-B Reid Ave., PSI, FL
850-229-9000


MINI STORAGE
Ofc. 509 4th St.
Port St. Joe, FL

229-6200

Now Open
GULF SHORE STORAGE
;b Comer of DeSoto & Americus
St. Joe Beach
Office: 647-3665
Home: 647-5106


Apartments, townhomes, homes for
rent, 1 to 3 bedroom apartments, town-
homes, single family homes, duplexes
for rent in Port St. Joe and Cape San
Bias area. Furnished. Call Coldwell
Banker B & B Properties for more infor-
mation. 850-227-1892. 4tc 8/20
Three bedroom 'apartment for rent in
Port St. Joe, 800 sq. ft. $350 month,
$350 security. Call 227r3511. tfc 8/20
One bedroom furnished mobile home,
washer and dryer, Ig. liv. rm./kitchen,
sleep sofa, on a corner lot. Mexico
Beach. Call 648-5033, 2tc 9/3
Vacation mountain home, Murphy, N.C.
2 hours north of Atlanta, 2,bdrm., 2 ba.
S375 weekly. No smokers, no pets. 639-
2465. 6tc 8/13
12x24 cozy cabin, 1/2 mile from beach,
daily, weekly and monthly rentals. Call
648-5229. tfc 9/3
Gulf Shore Court. Trailer for rent. No
pets. 1 block from St. Joe Beach. 647-
5106. tfc 9/3

Apartments and Homes for Rent: One to
3 bedroom apartments. duplexes. and
homes for rent In Mexico Beach.
Furnished and unfurnished. Call
Parker Realty at 850-648-5777 for more
information. tfc 9/3
Liberty Manor Apts., 102 Liberty Manor
Circle, Port St. Joe. Affordable housing
for the elderly and the handicapped.
Ceh. "h &a, laundry facilities, energy
efficient const.. stove & refrig.. fur-
nished. fully carpeted. 1 bdrm.. apts. on
site Equal Oppor. Housing Complex.Call
229-6353 for more information. NOW
TAKING APPLICATIONS tfc 9/3
UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & refrig.
cen. h&a. screen porch, carport &
.laundry' rm.-,. .
Large 2 bedroom apartment,. stove &
refrig.. washer/dryer hook-up.
New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house. 1 1/2
ba., Inside laundry rm., ch&a, dish-
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
pets.
FURNISHED .. .. ,
*Small 2 bdrm. home, auto heat & air,
washer/dryer hook-up.
One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hookup.
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
*'tfc,9/3


For Rent: quaint building, clean, small.
easy to decorate. Ideal for small wed-
dings, receptions." dinner great 'rate's. '
For Information call 227-1279. or 227-
1776. tIe 9/25


Private office space
in downtown Port
St. Joe. Call 229-
7121.


SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
APALACHICOLA
Available now, 1 and 2 BR apartments.
We have 1, 2 & 3 handicap & non-hand-
icap accessible apts. CH&A, carpel &
appliances. Rent includes water, sewage,
& garbage. Rental assistance is available.
Visit our office at 398 24th Ave.,
Apalachicola, Florida, or call 850-653.
9277 or TDD 800 955-8771.
Equal Housing Opportunity
tfe 9/37


HERITAGE VILLAS OF
APALACHICOLA
Available now, 1 and 2 BR apartments.
We have 1, 2 & 3 handicap & non-hand-
icap accessible apts. CH&A, carpet &
appliances. Rent includes water, sewage,
& garbage. Rental assistance is available.
Visit our office at 398 24th Ave.,
Apalachicola, Florida, or call 850-653-
9277 or TDD 800-955-8771. ...
Equal Housing Opportunity
tfc 9/37






5 Family Yard Sale: 529 5th St., PSJ
(Wewap State Bank parking lot,
Saturday, Sept. 5, 8 a.m. 12 noon.
Clothes, furniture, stuffed animals,
Christmas decorations, baskets, crafts,
dishes and many misc. items. ltc 9/3
Yard Sale: Sept. 4thl & 5th, 8:00 a.m.
tffill, 1802 Marvin Ave. White full leather
chair & ottoman, TV or micro stand,
vacuum, silk trees and. plants, jewelry,
clothes, household stuff, very old oval
copper boiler, garbage disposal, wicker
furniture. ltp

Garage & Furniture Sale, Friday, Sept.
4 and Sat, Sept. 5. 9236 Olive Ave.,
Beacon Hill (east of Mexico Beach, 3
blocks north of 98, turn at Helmet St.).
9 a.m. 5:30 EST only. 1-850-647-8285
YARD SALE: 276 Sailfish St., Highland
View. Friday and Saturday, 8-1. Itp

Misc. Plant Sale, Saturday, 8:00 to 5:00
with some free plants and cuttings
while they last. For the exotic plant col-
lector, Asian elephant ear mutation,
only 2 in existence, one for sale. 515 9th
St., Port St. Joe. ltp


Garage Sale: 3 families, lots of goodies,
baby clothes, boys and girls size 4 to 7,
and many misc. Items. 108 Hunter
Circle, Sat., Sept. 5th, 8 a.m. till. Rain
or shine. tp 9/3
Lots of old stuff: church bell, old mar-
bles, plaster & concrete ornaments.
Creekwood Estates, 3 miles north of
bridge on 386. Friday p.m. and,
Saturday a.m. Itp
Yard Sale: Sept. 5, 8:00 12:00. 18,000
btu Whirlpool air cond., works great,
men's steel toe work boots, size 8,
clothes,. toys, and plenty more. 2013
Marvin Ave. Itp,
Yard Sale: Saturday. Sept. 5. 8 a.m. 12
noon. Bar stool, chair, lamps. clothes &
misc. 1007 Marvin Ave. Rain cancels.,
Yard Sale: 6971 Gardenia St., White
City, Saturday, Sept. 5, 8:00 2:00.
Remodeled, cleaning out dishes. electric
dryer, appliances, lots of misc. Rain
cancels. ltc 9/3
Yard Sale: Saturday, 8-12. Several fam-
ilies, Lots of clothes and misc. items.
209 Pompano St., H.V. Rain cancels.
Moving Yard Sale:, Sept. 5, 8:00 a.m.
104 Yaupon St.' (off Monument).
Furniture, linens, boys and women's
clothes, Sega and games, air hockey
table, bike. Rain or shine. ltp
For Sale or Trade: Indoor Renovation
Sale. No. reasonable offer refused.
Clothing for infants, toddlers, men and
women. What nots, home furrshmngs.
DEALERS WELCOME. Come by 229 8th
St. or call for appt. ask for Richard at
227-3774. tfc 9/3





Help' Wanted: Nursing assistant train-
Ing. Excellent salary available. Are you
Interested In training for a certified
nursing asst. career? We are starting a
course In Sept. that can enable you to
begin work Immediately. You will have
120 days to complete the state approved
CNA course w/Gulf Coast Community
College scheduled to start 9/ 14. i inter-
ested call Bay St. Joseph Care Center at
229-8244. Space Is limited. EOE. e ;
2tc 9/3


CUSTOM LAWN

SERVICE'
Jeff Wood 227-1559



Glynn Dykes
Drywall
"No job too big, or too small"
227-1785
Free Estimates Insured
ttc 72


ROGER STOKES
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
647-3328
Free Estimates RF 0066770
PLUMBING REPAIRS
Is 7/2
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Termite & Pest Control
TerTnie. Trea3i ,-ri:; H ra M0bu I
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I'FAMILY OWNED
4 PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
,en rig, uilC oiO *ur,o'u,uji A.3, i
Free Estimates & Inspections


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REAL ESTATE AGENT:
Local firm needs a Florida licensed
real estate agent who possesses
knowledge of Gulf County and the
Surrounding area., Call Tom Todd
..at Tom Todd Really at 227-1501.
or 800-876-261 i to set up an
interview. 1,k9/3


ATTENTION
3 MANAGER
TRAINEES
Career positions wilh Large Local
Company Comprehensive Training.
17 yr. old leader in industry.
Earn 25K+. Call Rick
1 850-785-1994
3lc 8!13


STUTZMAN ROOFING
PC .oC'0.x .' :,
Specializing in Reroofs *
Single Ply & Repairs
-lhere Quality Is Higher Than Price"
229-8631
Stick 7/2


BART'S
HANDYMAN
SERVICE
* Household Repairs
* Painting, Interior/Exterior Deck
Restoration Lawn Maintenance
FREE ESTIMATES
(850) 229-1051.
*tc 7/2


PLUS SMALL ENGINE REPAIRS
St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
706 First Street
Phone 227-2112
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5x10 10x10 10x20
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
"ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT


Serving Port St. Joe and Surrounding Area for 15 Plus Years
Major Appliance, Air Condition, & Electrical Repairsr
DANIELS SERVICE CO., INC.
850-229-8416


Disabled man, 40 years old, needs dri-
ver for errands, grocery shopping, some
housekeeping, and laundry. Will pay
cash. Call Dan at 229-2416. 2t9/3
Christian woman to work in church
nursery on Sundays and special occa-
sions. References required. Apply in
person at the First Baptist Church,
Mexico Beach. 823 N. 15th St., between
9:00 a.m. noon and 1::00 p.m. -, 3:00
p.m.. Mon.- Fri. For more information
call 647-5776. 2tc 9/3
Cashier needed at the Cape. Call
Tammy at the Cape Trading Post at
229-8775. 2tc 9/3
. Logging contractors needed In
Southeast Alabama area for pine and
hardwood tracts. 30-40 loads/week.
Contact Timberland Harvesters, Inc.-at
334-687-6000. 3tc 9/3
DISPATCHER-Bulk transportation
carrier is seeking a career minded, effi-
cient, self-starter for local operation.
Must be computer literate. Duties
include general clerical and dispatch
functions. Full time position include
competitive benefits. Mail resume to:
Terminal Manager, 6734 Ellis Rd.,
Southport, FL 32409. 4tc 9/3
Domestic help wanted. full time/part
ti;ne. 648-5323 for appointment. Must
be able to work weekends. 2tc 9/3


Cleaning lady needed for small cabins
on the Cape. 229-8775. 3tc 8/20
Service staff arid bus people- needed.
Apply In person, no -phone calls please,
Hwy. 98, Toucan's, Mexico Beach.
Outstanding business opportunity.
Advanced commissioners paid in 60 to
90 days. Independent Sales Reps need-
ed! Expanding into the Panhandle area
Phone (256) 971-6897, ask for Jerome
Harmon. 4tp 8/13
Collection experience required.
Permanent / part-time 15-25 hours
weekly. Good pay, flexible hours. 648-
'9555. 32tp8/6
Walters. waitresses and cashiers apply
in person at Toucan's on Hwy. 98,
Mexico Beach. See Bill or John. No
Phone calls please. tfc 9/3


PRECISION CARPENTRY
; Remodeling, Renovation Home
Maintenance & Repairs Interior &
Exterior Painting Marine Construction
25 years experience
227-7388 ,


COSTIN'S
Bookkeeping Service
S'Tax Returns A Specialty
224 Reid Ave.
S Port St. Joe '
(850) 229-8581



Service
FULL LAWN SERVICE
VACUUM YARD MACHINES TRIM-
MING LANDSCAPING
':' I will work for you.
SServing Mexico Beach, St. Joe
Beach, Port St. Joe and
Wewahitchka
Clyde Sanford (850) 648-8492


General office experience including typ-
ing and computer skills. Must be able to
meet public easily., For Interview call
Tom Todd at Tom Todd Realty. 850-
227-1501. ltc 9/3
Full time course maintenance jobs
available at St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club. Maintenance number 227-3160
for interview. Applications can be
placed in clubhouse. 3tc 8/27
Looking for full time 40 hour week
warehouse-delivery, person. Apply in
person at Wallace Pump & Supply Co.,
824 15th St., Mexico Beach, FL 648-
8161. 2tc 8/27
Office help 'needed: must have comput-
er experience. Rich's' IGA, Wewahitchka.
Contact Betty Rich, 639-5343. tfc 9/3
JOB NOTICE
The City of Port St. Joe is accepting
applications, for the following positions
in the Police Department:
Dispatcher (Certified SCIC/NCIC).
$6.46/hr.,and
Crossing Guard, $5.15/hour
Applications and job description may be
picked up apd returned' to the
Municipal Building, 305 Cecil G.
Costin, Blvd., Port St. Joe; Florida
32456. Application deadline September
11, 1998. :
The City of Port St. Joe enforces a Drug-
Freb Workplace Policy and is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirma t ive Action
Employer. .. 2tc 8/27


I'm Back! You supply the paint. You
name the price. I will paint your
house, Job guaranteed. References.
Call Mark at 647-9606. 3tp 9/3


STUMP GRINDING
Best prices in town!
1-800-628-8733
A- ,Tree Service & Stump Grinding
'Vickery Enterprises, Inc.



Steve Brants

ROOFING

LICENSED & INSURED
LIC. #RC0050321
Port St. Joe Call
229-6326

Mobile 899-0219 or
218 c 7/2


Free Estimates Your Satisfaction Our Concern
The Supply Dock, Inc. Bayside Floorcovering
Carpet Vinyl Wood Floors Blinds
Ceranmi Tile &VCT Paint
RON & FAYE WESTMARK (850) 927-2674, FAX (850) 927-3695
f l ',; 139B W. Gorrie Drive St. George Island, FL 32328-9706

-L GARRY L. GADDIS '
SAIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION & REPAIR
EXTENDED WARRANTY FREE ESTIMATES REPAIRS ON ALL BRANDS INSTANT FINANCING
SERVICE AGREEMENTS
648-5474 FL License ER 0010992, RA00542118,


LIC. #RF0051042 RG0051008* ER 0011618
JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
F PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
S REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
stdiates INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
MINOR ELECTRICAL
:PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 8501/229-6821


P4.004331`8 E10007623
/St. Joe Glass & Mirror
I816-D 4th St. *Port St. Joe, FL 32456 227-3885
850-827-2431 REPHOU RLYWORKENT Mirrors Plex-Glass Furniture Tops Desk Tops
850-229-8757 REPAIR, or REPLACEMENT Residential Commercial Industrial Shower Doors

Clint'^S 'Hom e 'Repair N Boat Glass Heavy Equipment Glass

"Small Jobs Our Specialty" ',.
M .,NL ~ i~~u~


Carpentry, 'Painting,
'Remodeling
-25 Yrs Experience
Free Estimates ,.A0


PUMP REPAIR& SALES
HtH &
for A
HAL KEELS


3/13 < 0


LIUENSEDt & INSUREDu
A IRRIGATION
ll Your Watering Needs
22i2n3


FREE ESTIMATES


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Help Wanted: Apply in: person at
Bayside Lumber or call 229-8232. 9/3
Now hiring food servers, kitchen help
and bartenders. Apply in person at The
Top of the Gulf, talk with Jonnie. No
phone calls please. tfe 9/3
Job Notice: The Gulf County Board of
County Commissioners will accept
applications until 5:00 p.m. E.D.T.. Fri.,
Sept. 18, for the following position:
Emergency Management/Commodity
Secretary. Applications may be
obtained at' the Gulf County Emergency
Management Office, Gulf County
Courthouse, 1000 Fifth St., ,Port St.
Joe, FL 32456, Monday through Friday.,
Minimum educational requirement for
the position Is a high school diploma or
equivalent. All applicants will be
required to take an Adult Basic
Education test as administered by'
JTPA. Applicants should be able to type
a minimum of 35 cwpm. have general
and 'specific computer knowledge and
be experienced in WordPerfect. Position
requirements: Should have good secre-
tarial, organizational, and communica-
tion skills; must be able to: work well
with the general public, county staff
members, other agencies, and etc.; fis-
cal operations including department
budgets, grants, and audit functions.
Salary range: $6.00 to $8.66 per hour
based upon skills, abilities, experience
and work record. Gulf County enforces
a drug-free workplace policy and Is an
equal opportunity/affirmative action
employer. 2tc 9/3
Couch, used 6 months, recliners each
end. S200. French Provencial desk with
hutch and chair. S75, washer S75; gas
dryer 850. refrigerator S75; Health
Rider $50; tread mill $15. 227-1690
after 5:00, p.m., .tp




Side-by-side refrigerator/freezer. S75;
good cond.; small chest freezer 875. Call
827-2491. 2tc 9/3

Queen mattress. box spring & frame.
good cond., $75. 227-3730. Itp
RCA 19" color TV w/stand, S40: Sears
best trash compactor 840: Lane recliner
brow-n early American. $50. 648-3077
2tc 9/3


TRADES and SERVICES


2


229-2738


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Paste Eight The Star. Port St. Joe. FL Thursday. Sept. 3. 1998


r RATES: 1
Une ads: $3.50 for first 20 words,
$2.00 for each additional week, plus 54
for each additional word per week. Call
227-1278 to place yours.
DEADLINE:
. TuMday at 11:00 a.m. SBABP


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1993 Fleetwood 14x70, zone 3
approved. Immaculate. Single owner,
never had pets, kids or smokers. All
appliances, w/d. $16,500. 850-871-
1981. 4tc 8/27
Complete scuba diving outfit including
a suit. Pawn Shoppe, 227-PAWN> Itc
Queen waterbed frame, 8 drawers, mir-
rored headboard, 60" dining table
extends' to 102 inches, 8 chairs.
$200.00. 229-9354.
One farm tractor with blade and back
bucket, Kubota Model B7100 BT, dual
wheels, runs good, call Bill Carr, 229-
6961 or 229-6061. tfc 8/27
One Story & Clark piano, a contempo-
rary console, like new, 37.5" high, $895.
You move. Call 227-2019. tfc 9/3
Cathy's Bookkeeping Service, 14 yrs.
exp; general bookkeeping for personal
or business accounts including sales
tax & quarterly payroll reports;. ref
available, 639-2833. 19tp 7/23

^^*** BaargaiRS n80a Saw8. *
PAWN SHOPPE
Watch Bands & Batteries,
302-B Reid Ave.
227-Pawn, Buy, Sell or Trade

TOPSOIL DRIVEWAY SHELL
MUSHROOM COMPOST
BARFIELD'S, 229-2727


Child care openings available M-F, 7
a.m. 5:15 p.m. Dally or weekly open-
ings, after school children welcomed.
Call day or night. 229-7040. 2tc 9/3
HOUSEKEEPING, have references.
Call 227-2049. 2tc 9/3

Port St. Joe Lodge No. 11l
SReg. Stated Communication
month, 8:00
p.m.,Masonic Hall,
214 Reid Ave.
William J. Guilford, W.M.
Bill Jordon, See.
Ist & 3rd weeks -Dec.

Phil's Home Improvements
Phil Collier Residential Contractor
REPAIR AND REMODELING
(850) 229-6460
Licensed and Insured beLc. #RR-0067199


TecTac
General Home Maintenance and Repair
Mobile Auto Maintenance & Repair
Horse Boarding Delivery Service
460 Ponderosa Dr. Port St. Joe
(850) 229-2572 or pager 335-0417


Catherine L. Collier
Independent Sales
Representative
211 Allen Memorial Way *
Port St. Joe

AVon (850)2944M


Gulf and Franklin counties: New Zone
III Special, 28' wide on display,
$36,900, set up and delivered. Sil's
Mobile Homes, 1023 N. Tyndall
Parkway, Panama City, FL (1-800-239-
4671). 2tc 9/3
Customize your Zone III home, DEA,
Modilor, zone II and Zone HI on display.
Custom exteriors, rock, cedar log, cedar
lap, cypress, cypress log, stucco. Will
take trades. Financing as low as 6.89%.
Open 7 days a week for your shopping
convenience. Sil's Mobile Homes, 1023
N. Tyndall Parkway, Panama City, FL
(1-800-239-4671). 2tc 9/3
We have in stock S.H.I.P. qualified
homes. If you qualify for the S.H.I.P,
program we have a home for you, start-'
ing at $39,900. Government assisted
down payment loans. Call 1-800-239-
4671 for information. 2tc 9/3





Puppies. half dalmaUtons, 6 adorable
spotted little babies, ready for adoption.
Come see the gang. Good homes only.
Also cute as a button. little 9 week old
black & white male kitty. Has first
shorts. Call after 7:00 p.m. 227-2155.
Lfc 9/3

Did you know that animals taken to the
city or county pound/animal shelter are
exterminated after 7 days? Uc 9/3


D&P PAINTING SERVICE
Phone: (850) 229-6683
1aV Fox (850) 227-3319 h,
Penny Stump, Owner
Residenhal & Commercial "
Interior & Exterior
125 Bellamy Circle, PSJ 0


Gulf Diesel Service
Detroit Diesel Specialist
229-8651 or 227-8024
Phone Mobile
OWNER: Ben Sherrill 91


HARSHMAN'S
PAINTING
LICENSED & INSURED
Phone 647-9601
4'p8 8f


BOB'S PAINT &f
BODY SHOP
30 Continuous Years of
Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks
Body & Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Body Work
MV02522
Call or See BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-7229


THE CABINET SHOPPE

JEFF POWELL, OWNER \VER 15 YEAR'S EXPERIENCE
580 Palmetto Dr. Overstreet Phone 6-48-4088
Pon St. Joe, FL 32q56 c 16 Fax 648-8-'52


A tentAgn to Aeta, i
Michael Wood Residential Contractor 227-1589
Fine carpentry & architectural details
repairs remodels decks fences
SInsured License #RR0067190


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Business and .Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service

FRANK J. SEIFERT
Accounting and Income Tax Service
Telephone 509 Fourth St.
Office (850) 229-9292 P O0. Box 602
Home (850) 648-5919 Port St. Joe, FL 32457



Pceaee Heating & Cooling
LICENSED INSURED SALES AND SERVICE
A/C Heating Ice Machines Comm. Refrigeration New & Existing Homes
Owner: Brent Pierce Phone: 229-2665
State Uc. #RA0066486 229-COOL


Office: 850-229-6018
FAX: 850-229-8976

C. R. SMITH & SON, INC.
Excavating Land Clearing Fill Dirt Port-O-Let
Rentals Crushed Oyster Shells Mushroom
Compost and Sand
Complete Septic Service!


Installation Pump-Out Repair


FOUND: dog, white, with black and
brown male hound. Picked up Liberty
Manor, Aug. 24. Port St. Joe Animal
Control. 229-8247. We also have many
for adoption. ltc 9/30
KITITES-Want a kitten? Come see my
family of beautiful bright-eyed babies.
Sweet, cute, playful, little angels ready
for a loving home. May babies have been
wormed, have no. fleas or ear mites.,
Guaranteed to give you hours of plea-.
sure, each comes with their own toy.
Also looking for foster homes. Give us a
call, ask for Jenny, 647-4047. tfc 9/3
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House for sale by owner: over 1400 sq.
ft. plus 2 carngarage. Located on 1 1/2
lots at 1316 Garrison Ave. 2 BR/2 bath.
MBR has 2' person jacuzzi (6 jets).
Formal DR with cathedral ceilings.
Entire house remodeled. Floors cov-ered,
with ceramic tile & carpet. Very nice.,
must see for yourself. (850) 526-5399.
Call for appt. Asking 885,000. 2tp 9/3

Waterfront home for lease. 4 bd.. 2 full
ba., boat dock. boat ramp. 2 fireplaces.'
on 4 acres of land on ICW. References &
deposit required. outside pets only.
Available Sept. I. Call 334-677-6086.
ue 8/27'


FRED'S CARPENTRY
Home Repairs
Phone 647-9210
.. evenings
A. 8/2'3

Circle S Refinishing
Repair Touchup or Complete
Refinishing. We do it ALL from
furniture to floor. Free Estimates
This area s mosil experienced relnishers.
827-6828 ask for Dusty


Itinerant Maintenance
Including simple pool service and
lawn service. Odd and end jobs.
227-3774
Apartment complexes welcome
(contracts available)
4 c9/3


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



SMALL ENGINE

PARTS, BLADES,

ENGINES, REPAIRS
at Barfield's Lawn B
Garden, 302-B Reid Ave.
229-2727
New & used mowers &
equipment.
c 7/30


Mobile home lot in "Baxter's
Subdivision", 120. Sunray Court.
Unique corner lot cleared, water meter
in place, septic tank installed. Offered
by Pelican Walk, R.E., Inc., 227-8322,
648-4995. 4tp 9/3
Property near Port St. Joe, beaches, and
fresh water, off of Hwy.71in
Wewahitchka. 270 ft. frontage, $18,000.
Call Charlie at 256-753-2583 or 256-
544-1381. 4tc 9/3
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3 bedroom, 2
bath home, 2098 sq. ft living area. Large
24x26 den, liv. rm., din; rm., land-
scaped, irrigation system, lot 75 x 110,
Ig. storage bldg., 120 Monica Dr.,
$125,000. 850-227-1280 after 6:00
p.m. 2tc 8/27
St. Joe Beach. 2 bedroom home with 4
large choice lots, chain link fence,
$185,000. Crystal Sands Realty, 648-
4400. t. t fc 9/3
St. Joe Beach. Large double wide
mobile home. Fireplace. Jacuzzi, fenced
back yard. with workshop. S76.900.
Crystal Sands Realty, 648-4400.
tfc 9/3

Two bedroom. 2 bath home. at 142
Balboa St.. St. Joe Beach. All appli-
ances included, total elec.. ceiling fans.
large closets, screened porch. with great
view of the beach, large storage room
with wire shelves. 8127,500. Call 647-
8896. tUc 9/3


COINS BY THE BAY!
I buy and sell old coins and paper
money. Billy Stephens, fair prices.
Home 229-8104, Bus. 229-6803.
Alcoholics Anonymous. Surfslde
Serenity Group, meets Mon., Thurs.,
Fri., at 7:30 p.m. CST at 1st United
Methodist Church, 22nd St., Mexico
Beach. Women's open AA meeting, 12
noon CST Thursdays. ,.

G &6 t Enterdrises
BASIC LAWN CARE Ai
We Manicure Your Lawn to Your
SpeciFicalions
850-647-5722, fax 647-3870,
Cell 850-227-6738 tic-/12


Riesilarnlol Cuilom ooa
Cornmeoical lnauFtral
A 8 R Fence
Facing and Concrete Work
A ODn FIi,.inmarn FrEE Estimalm e
EIN 593:i 15i. (850) 647-4047


Painting
f& Stucco
by DeGraff
Affordable REAL.
Stucco Work
Over 50 colors to choose from.
All Stucco-
No Styrofoam
Also specializing in:
Simulated Brick
Simulated Stone
Quality Painting
Call Tim, "The
Stucco Man"
229-8588
8ip 6/2:


T.V. 8 V.C.R. SALES
Zenith G.E. RCA & Magnavox
Factory Authorized Service
We Service What We Sell
Badcock Home Furnishings Center
310 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe

850-029-6195

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For the Nandyman and Sportsman
We strive to meet your needs!
Hardware 9 BLP Paints 0 Ammunition
Hunting Supplies Mobile Home & Boat Trailer Parts
Live & Frozen Bait -Tackle Gifts and Souvenirs
306 Reid Avenue Roy Todd, Owner
Port St. Joe, FL 32456 (850) 229-8933


STEAM CLEANING STEAM CLEANING

Z CARPET CLEANING M




S* Odor Control -* 24 Hr. Water Damage Z
S* Pet Stains Free Estimates Z_
^.V (850) 227-5098 or 229-9663

STEAM CLEANING STEAM CLEANING


House for sale, 3 bd., I ba., kitchen. Ig.
den, boat house, 20x24 storage house.
Call 639-2850. 4tc 9/3
INTRACOASTAL WATERFRONT GULF
, COUNTY. 350' frontage on the
Intracoastal Waterway, 7.5 acres of
beautiful estate in Gulf County. Direct
access to the Gulf of Mexico ; marina
with 50' dock. Guest and main house
facing the water. Too many extras to
list. $350,000. For information packet
call Cape Sanr .Bias Realty, 1-800-600-
1298 or 227-2160. ltc 9/3
High and dry lot on cul-de-sac in
Gulfaire Subdivision. Close to beach,
swimming pool, and recreation area.
Recently surveyed. Phase IV, lot 3 -
$22,500. Call 827-2387. Leave message
if no answer. tfc 9/3
2 bdrm.. 1 ba.. liv. rm.. den. laundry
room unfurnished, with shop or storage
bldg. out back. 523 7th St.. Port St. Joe.
Call 827-2902 after 6. tfc 9/3
Lots for Sale: Port St. Joe. high and dry.
ready to build on. no 1111 needed. Corner
of Palm Blvd. and 19th Street on canal.
Call Phil 227-2112 or 229-8409..
Lfc 9/3

1/2 acre lots, 5 miles n. of Overstreet
Bridge at Creek iew Subd., with septic
tank & well. S2.500 down. S132.16 mo.
Call George. 229-6031. Uc 9/3
A nice 3 bdrm.. 2 ba. double Miide
mobile home on 75x150 lot in quiet
neighborhood on St. Joe Beach. asking
$55,000. Call 647-3292. tfc 9/3
Wanted to Buy: house that needs some
work In Wewahitchka. Please call 227-
3511. tfc 9/3
Beautiful wooded acre. restricted subdi-
vision, Whispering Pines in Wewahltch-
ka. 639-3410. tfe 9/3
Nice 2 bedroom mobile home. fenced
corner: lot. low -down payment.
Owner/agent, $25,000.647-9358.
tfe 9/3

Home for sale by owner: brick home. 1
1/2 lots. nice neighborhood. 4 bed-
rooms. 2.5 baths. family room. sun
room. Formal living & dining room.
Custom kitchen & breakfast nook, hot
tub, swimming pool, large deck, fenced
in back yard. 2700 sq. ft. heating &
cooling. Location 103 20th St.. PSJ
(904) 229-8409. By appointment only.
tic 9/3

ST. 'JOE BEACH. 3 bedroom. 2 bath
mobile home, only steps to the beach.
8 916.9, Reduced to $40,000. Call
Joan. Crystal Sands Realty, 648-4400.
Uic 9/3

Brick house, 1992 sq. ft. 2 large bed-
rooms, 2 full baths. great rm., cathedral
ceilings, 1,100 sq. ft.. fireplace, new
cen. heat/air unit, attached carport,
20x40 In-ground pool, nice storage
bldg., fenced backyard, approx. I block
from Dead Lakes on Our Town Road.


Cape San Bias townhome for sale by
owner. Security gate. ocean view.
Tennis, pool, fishing lakes. Like new,
many extras. Must see to appreciate.
227-3351. tic 9/3
246 Pompano St.. Highland View.
Nice home on 2 lots. 3 large bedrooms.
completely remodeled, view of bay, no
down payment. low monthly payments.
Call Joan at Crystal Sands Realty.
Mexico Beach. 648-4400. lfc 9/3

For Sale: Bayfront house at Cape San
Blas, 3 bdrm., 2/ha., 1g. covered decks.
appliances. Call Phil at 227-2112 or
229-8409. tic 9/3
3 adjoining wooded lots near Panama
City and the beaches at Wewahitchka.
All 3 for S20,000 obo. 205-653-2583
evenings, 205-544- t381 days. 4tc 7/30
GULF VIEW Large mobile home lot in
restricted subdivision. High elevation,
paved streets, city water & chain link
fence on boundaries. Located on Auger
Ave. and Sunray Court, Beacon Hill,
$35,000. Call Parker Realty of Mexico
Beach, Inc. for further info. 850-648-
5777. tfc 9/3



108 Sunset Circle PSJ
This 2 story, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom -
home is newly renovated with many extras.
Custom kitchen, study, living rm., dining rm,
fireplace. Great outdoor living area, covered
deck, summer kitchen, 18'x36' in-ground
pool. This home sits on 1/2 acre in a great
neighborhood. Very motivated to sell. MUST
SEEI By Appt. only 227-7535. Asking
$139,900.00.
Owner-Agent



1/2 acre lots on
paved county road,
septic tanks, wells,
natural gas, ready
to move onto.
$16,000. Owner
financing with 10%
down. Call Billy
Canrr, 227-2020,
647-3381.


Stfc 9/3


LICENSE PLATES before 1966. Up to
$600 for county enamel tags 1911-17.
Paying cash. Jeff Francis 813-345-
6627, Box 41381, St. Petersburg, FL
33743. 10tp 7/23




NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Delorris Fort, the
holder of the following Tax Ceruilcate. has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued therein.
The certificate number and year of Issuance;'the
description of the property, and the names In
which it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 43 Application No. 98-6
Year of Issuance: 1996 RE. No. 00621-070
Description of Property:
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Lots 18, 19, 20 and 21, Block K, Unit 2 of Red Bull
Island, Gulf County. Florida, also known as the fol-
lowing: .
Commence at the Northwest Corner of Section'30,
Township 4 South. Range 9 West Gulf County.
Florida; thence run South 422.7 feet along the sec
tion line; thence run S89*12'E, 195.0 feet along the
South right of way line of River Road: thence run
S8832W. 585.0 feet: thence run S8057'E, 91.12
to the Point of Beginning; thence run S80057'E.
364.4 feet; thence run South 106 7 leet thence
run Ns8:32W. 3600 feet along the North right of
%ay line of Dogwood Avenue, thence run North
165 74 ieetl to the Point of Beginning LESS AND
EXCEPTFLts 18 20 and 21
Name in which asAessed Bill) J dM-Damel and
wife Emma Joan McDaniel
All of said property being in the Gulf Count%. State
of Florida. "
Unless such cernllcate sh ii Le redeemed accord-
ing to tIs. the proper described in ouch certifi-
cate wll be &old to the highest bidder m me front
Lobby of the Gull County Courthouse at 1 00O
A M E S T. on Wednesday. the 9th day ol
S'ptemb-r 1998
Dated this 6th day of August, 1998.
BENNY C. LISTER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
BY ,'s/ Rebecca L. Norris
S. Deputy Clerk
4tc. August 13. 20, 27 and September 3. 1998.
LEGAL NOTICE
As required by Section 5104 (d) of the Internal
Revenue Code the Annual Return of Taunton's
Family Children's Home will be available for public
inspecuon for a period of 180 days from the date of
this nouce That return may be msl.ectea at the
pnncipal office of the Children s Home. which is
located at 702 North Hwy 71 Wew.ahitchka.
Florida. during regular buames;- hoars The legal
address of this office Is P 0 Box 870
Wewahiichha. Florida 32-465 and cou may phone
at 1i501 639-233? -
-lie. August 13. 20 27 and September 3. 1998.-?;
IN THE CIRCUrT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO: 98-49-CP
IN RE THE ESTATE OF
LESLIE BUA FORD NICHOLS. Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the Estate of Leslie
BulTord Nichol, case number 98' 49-CP is pending
In the Circuit Court GULF County Florida.
Probate Division, the address of which is I00W 5th
Street Port St Joe Florida The name and address
or the Personal Representauve and the Personal
Representative s attorney are set forth below
All interested parties are required to file %ith
this court lal All claims against the estate WTTHIIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST PLIBUCA
TION OF THIS NOTICE and Cbl any objecton by an
interested person to whom this notice Is served
that challenges the validity of the will. the qualifi-
cations of the pe.-onal representative. venue, or
Jurisdiction of the court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MOPITHS AFTER THE FIRST PUBLIC
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THE OBJECTING PERSON
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has begun on
August27, 1998
/s/ HUGH COTNEY
Florida Bar No 141607
905 Blackstone Building
Jacksonville FL 32202 ,.
Attorney for the Personal Representative
/s/ EASTER L. NICHOLS
2006 LorigAvenue
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Personal Representative
2tc,. August 27 and September 3, 1998.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GUL F COUNTY
IN RE: Estate of PROBATE DIVISION
MARJORIE M. PHINIZY
Deceased
CASE NO. 98- 52 -CP
/
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of MAR-
JORIE M. PHINIZY, deceased, File Number 98-52-'
CP, is pending In the Circuit Court for Gulf County,
Florida, Probate Division. the address of which is
1000 5th Street, Port St. Joe. Florida, 32456. The,
names and addresses of the Personal,
Representative and the Personal Representative's
attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All persons on whom this notice is served
who have objections that challenge the validity of
the will, the qualifications of the Personal
Representative, venue, or Jurisdicton of this Court
are required to file their objections with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE 'OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this notice is served with-
in three months after the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM. "
All other creditors of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the dece-
dent's estate must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FCIREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this Notice
is September 3. 1998.
Attorney:
/s/ H. Cranston Pope. J.D., LL.M.
Florida Bar No. 0582409
P. 0. Box 12151
Panama City, FL 32401-9151
850/784-9174
Personal Representative:
/sl WIlliam H. G. Phinizy
Route 3. Box 181
Port St. Joe. FL 32456 ',*
850/648-5090
2tc. September 3 and 10. 1998.

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