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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 10, 1998
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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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


SUSPS 518-880
SIXTIETH YEAR, NUMBER 52






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Public Budget Hearings
Dates, Times on Page 7A

School Board/Teachers
Reach Contract Accord
Details on Page 3A

Sharks, Gators Open
Gridiron Seasons
Stats, Photos on Page 8A

Fire Destroys 3 Homes
Photo on Page 5A

Law Enforcement Rap
Page 3, 5A


School News


MWhe Star Onjine athttp:/www.homtown.comlstar
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER.10, 1998


324 Per Copy
Plus 34 Tax .. 3 t J


Earl Damages Recovering Beach Areas



lowi First Storm of Season

-t B MA i Proves To Be Erratic


o Page 4B


See You At the Pole
Where to Meet? Page I B


The westbound lane Highway 98 in Highland View was undermined by the storm surge of Hurricane
Earl. DOT is currently repairing the damage.


Jackie Evans of Port St. Joe, assisted by his son, Michael, cuts up tree limbs downed by Earl.



County Entertaining Idea To Construct


Emergency Management/Operations Center

Name New Chairman and Vice Chairman for '98-'99


Gulf County commissioners
worked their way through an
unusually short agenda during
Tuesday's regular board meeting.
Topping the list of major
Items of business was a unani-
mous decision to evaluate the fea-
sibility of constructing an
Emergency Operations Center
(EOC) to house Gulf County
Emergency Management and


serve as an operations center.
911/Emergency Management
Coordinator Marshall Nelson pre-
sented the idea to the board as a
committee recommendation
proposing an alternate project for
FEMA disaster assistance funds
previously earmarked for the
Sauls Creek Road flood damage
repair.
Commissioners have decided


to repair the road using county
equipment and work crews con-
centrating on making It usable
rather than totally rebuilding the
road bed.
They can redirect those avail-
able FEMA funds to another pro-
ject and thus appointed Nelson's
committee to evaluate those pos-
sibilities.
Gulf County Emergency


As far as hurricanes go. Earl's
fury didn't match up to an Opal,
Kate or Elena. but It did pack
enough punch to remind us of the
potential for devastation each
storm possesses.
Area beaches were the big
losers. They were only just begin-
ning to show positive signs from
renourishment programs put in
motion since Hurricane Opal's
damage in 1995.
Berms, sand fencing, and
planted sea oats bore the brunt of
Earl's storm surge, providing an
effective first line of defense.
"We didn't receive the struc-
tural damage, but our beaches
were lowered considerably by the
storm," Gulf County commission
chairman Warren Yeager said
after surveying the damage.
Gulf County Emergency
Management Director Larry Wells
said, "We were very fortunate," as


FEMA Aid Available to Individuals and

-Businesses for Hurricane Earl Damages
Many individuals and businesses who suffered damages from
Hurricane Earl may be eligible for one of various federal and state
assistance programs to help In their recovery process.
Six Florida counties were declared eligible for individual assistance
after Earl swirled through the Panhandle of northern Florida last week,
triggering' the emergency assistance programs of the state and the
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
"State and FEMA teams are completing their county by county, on-
site inspection of damages, and while Earl spared Florida the wrath of
some of our other storms, we still have considerable damages to both
Individuals'arid businesses," said Joe Myers. director of the Florida
Division of Emergency Mrnagement (DEM).
.: The, presidential declaration included Bay, Gulf, Franklin.
..Wakulla. Taylor, and Dixie counties.
'o be-eligibl~"for'reddV~, h lltrifidddu as-'th istlneMs Di
must first call the FEMA :reglstraUtj'inumber." said'.Paul W. Fay. Jr..
federal coordinating officer for the disaster recovery operations.
"Persons seeking aid, whether it Is a grant or a loan, should register as
soon as possible. Inspectors can't check damages and checks for
approved claims can't be issued until that call is made."
The toll-free number Is 1-800Q-462-9029 Or 1-800-462-7585 for
those with speech or hearing impairments.
Assistance includes temporary housing payments for those whose
homes are uninhabitable and grants for minimal repairs of uninsured
property to enable owners to return to their homes. Grants are avail-
able for serious, disaster-related needs not covered by Insurance or
other programs. Unemployment payments may become available for
workers who lost jobs because of the disaster and who do not qualify
for state benefits.
Low-interest Small Business Administration (SBA) loans are avail-
able for eligible individuals and for business losses not fully compen-
sated by insurance.


Management currently has to
totally move its emergency
response equipment, phone lines.
and other related items and set
up an EOC headquarters in the
commission meeting room each
time the center Is needed.
If the idea materializes into a


Scallop Festival Grows In Spite of Hurricane Earl


Not even Hurricane Earl's
S visit to the Panhandle. earlier in
the week could dampen the suc-
cess of the Gulf County Chamber
of Commerce's 2nd Annual
Scallop Festival.
"We had a wonderful
response with four to six thou-
sand people enjoying the day,"


Executive (Director Diane Scholz
said. -
Scallop Day has, been such a
huge success that there is even
talk of expanding the activities
next year, she added.
Those plans include discus-
sions to make the event a week-
end long activity tied to a saltwa-


- ter fishing tournament hosted out
of the new Port St. Joe marina.
Those present enjoyed a day
full' of activities, including pony
rides, barbecue, wildlife and efnviv
ronmental exhibits, and various
other vendor items for sale and to
,eat. .. Oh, yeah, and of, course,
there were plenty of scallops. too.


SMirs. Scholz said both the
vendors and those in attendance
enjoyed a beautiful day with only
one minor complaint it was
* .very hot ,
",Some of the vendors have
already started pre-registering for
Scallop Day Festival 1999," she
said. .


reality, all of the Emergency
Management functions would be
housed under one roof located
behind, and tied to, the new
administration complex located at
the courthouse complex.
The building would also be
hardened to offer storm protec-
tion for Emergency Management
workers.
S.- Nelson will report back to the
board providing cost analysis and
design concept for further consid-
eration.
Approve Buy-Outs
County Administrator Larry
Wells presented. the board with a
list of nine homesites to be bought
out under the Tropical Storm
Alberto flood mitigation program.
Commissioners approved the
$360,000 expenditure paid for
through the FEMA relocation'
funds.
Name New Chairman
and Vice Chair
County commissioners
named Tommy Knox as chairman
and Nathan Peters, Jr. as vice
chairman for the 1998-99 budget
year.
Knox will assume the chair-
manship during the board's first
meeting in October.
Board chairman Warren
Yeager made the motion which
passed by a vote of 4-1.
Commissioner Johnny Stanley
opposed the motion, questioning
whether normal rotation was fol-
lowed in making the selections.
Yeager pointed out he had
skipped over both him (Stanley)
and Commissioner Billy Traylor
in making the vice chairman
selection. He stated that both
positions required a lot of time
and since (Stanley) worked in
Jackson County, he would not be
(See COUNTY on Page 3A)


he described the preliminary
damage assessment.
Those number estimates
include 218 homes receiving
minor damage and 32 with major
damage. Roofs, pilings, walk-
overs, and septic tanks were the
items receiving the most damage
in residential areas.
Anyone wishing to register for
public assistance should call 1-
800-462-9029.
Wells said Gulf County did
receive a presidential decree for
individual assistance late Friday
afternoon. This will allow individ-
ual property owners to apply for
Individual family assistance
grants. low interest SBA loans
and other federal assistance
recovery programs.
Wells also pointed out that a
decree of public assistance was
being considered at this time. He
estimates nearly 8500.000 in
damage was incurred to public
lands and facilities. "We should
have an answer on this within a
few days.". he said.
Also, the Department of
Environmental Protection Agency
has issued an emergency final
order that allows the local build-
ing department to issue permis-
sion to private and public proper-
ty owners for minor activities nec-
essary to prevent further damage.
16.09 Inches of Rain
Torrential rains accompany-
ing Earl drenched the Panhandle.
Gulf County Emergency Manage-
ment reported that 16.09" of rain
was recorded' to have fallen in less
than 24 hours at their gauge site
' ..^,,a ul,..... eansvooacthouse.
The massive amfiouts of rain-
fall created havoc in low-lying
areas as stormwater drainage
systems were maxed out.
Port St. Joe Public Works
Superintendent Terry McDaniel
said several areas within the city
were threatened by the storm's
rain waters.
City work crews worked
throughout the night Wednesday
opening up stormwater drainage
blockages on Robbins Avenue and
were successful in keeping water
out of homes in that area.
McDaniel asks that residents
exhibit patience with work crews
during the clean-up process.
Roadside trash debris pick-up
throughout the city's streets will
be conducted as quickly as possi-
ble.
A one-lane section of Highway
98 at Highland View was washed
away and Highway 98 was cov-
ered with storm water during the
night Wednesday near the north
limits of Port St. Joe.
Victims of Storm Surge
Unhatched sea turtle eggs in
nests along the Gulf were the only
major casualties of Earlrs storm
surge in our area.
Fortunately, many of the
nests have already hatched, but
storm waters devastated the bulk
of what remained.
Another victim of the savage
seas was the Mexico Beach Canal
which took a big hit. The channel
received an influx of sand during
the landing of the storm and at
this time is only passable by
smaller vessels. The city has
begun efforts to have the area
dredged to open the waterway to
larger boats.

Jones Calls It Quits
According to Gulf County
Supervisor of Elections Cora
Sue Robinson, Dallas Jones
(candicate for District H County
Commission race) has decided
to withdraw his name from the
October run-off election.
Robinson said Jones had
verbally expressed his intent
Wednesday morning and was to
sign the withdrawal oath at her
office sometime that afternoon.
Tommy D. Montford will
now face incumbent District U
commissioner Billy Traylor on
the November general election
ballot. Montford fel 18 votes
shy of topping the 50% majori-
ty needed to win a three-way
race between Lynwood Rhames
and Jones in September's first
primary election.


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PAGE TWO THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1998


Popular

THE NEW GULF/FRANKLIN CENTER has opened up with
306 students enrolled. That's quite a start for the center. as Lim-
ited as it is, offering different subjects. No wonder the center is
already planning for expansion. It will be needed, just to take
care of the everyday classes, not to mention any additional class-
es. We would say the center Is a definite hit among our people
here in Gulf and over in Franklin county.
The center meets a definite need in our county, as proven by
the acceptance and initial student load. All of these are not cor-
rectional officer trainees, either. That was to be the main em-
phasis of the new campus, since we had four new prisons in the
two counties which needed a steady supply of trained officers to
man them.
SUCH COURSES AS WELDING, air conditioning and nurs-
ing are bound to prove popular, once they are introduced. Nearly,
every home in Gulf and Franklin counties is air conditioned. We
can't expect those now working in themedium to keep the explo-
sion of machines operating without some help. The college will
definitely fill a need here.
Medical services are getting more and more complex. They
need more trained personnel to meet the need and avoid high
stress among those already in the ranks. Welding today is more
than just fusing two pieces of metal together. Then, again, there
is more to weld than just iron and steel. Different metals require
different expertise.
What better place to meet all these heeds than in an institu-
tioi accustomed to imparting specialized knowledge?
THE CAMPUS IS DOING a good job, already, in its opening
offerings of computer training, correctional specialists and gen-
eral students. All have proven popular and filled up their class
slots.,It can't all be done here at the beginning. The center must
crawl before it can walk. But with support such-as the center is
getting from the outset, it won't be long before it is hard-pressed
to keep up with the demand.
When it comes to this, we can all point with pride to the 10-
acre plot at the south end of Garrison Avenue, as our college
where our young people go for higher training.



Making Do

WE ,USE A BUILDING to its fullest extent here in Gulf
County. We don't just throw it away because it no longer suits
our purpose. We make it fit our purpose. A case in point is the
Port St. Joe Elementary School. It has proven to be a universal
building for education ever since it was built back in the late
40's.
The old red brick building, which stood on Long Avenue at
10th Street was no longer adequate as a high school and was so
constructed that it couldn't be renovated into anything else'. It
was heated by wood heaters, cooled by open windows and [hope-
fully] strong breezes. It had served its purpose. since shortly af-
ter the turn.of the centniy, housing students of-all grades at"onem
tim e oradnother. ". '; '. : I-,'..
A new building was in order, so the' present PSJ Elementary
School was built, originally, as a high school.
IT WASN'T TOO MANY YEARS before the building was too
small for the high school and the elementary, school was burst-
ing at the seams. So. the building in question-being too valua-
ble to throw away-was utilized as an elementary school while a
new high school was built. The building was still doing yeoman
service for the school district and the 'people of Port St. Joe at
very little expense.
Again, changes must be made in order to keep up with the
times, offering subjects elementary students are expected to
have. Again, the old 1940's building is the center for this provi-
sion for about half the cost of building a new one completely
[and what would we do with the old one if we dld?
The old building is once again being retrofitted to meet the
demands of the day, some new classrooms and centers being
added and the rest of the building renovated. This is utilizing
what you have.
STHE BUILDING HAS PROVEN to be very versatile over the
past years since it was first built. It has met whatever assign-
ment that has been given it, with a little renovation. We wonder
if Tommy Owens [the superintendent of the 40's] realized just
how the then-new building would serve Gulf County's education-
al needs into the future?


Hunker Down With Kes


by Kesley Colbert


What Nasdaq Has Joined Together.


t K. > 'restroom or a hot Camel patch.
They just sold us out! It had noth-
Ing to do with tradition, it wasn't
whether you called it ethyl or hi-
test, It didn't hinge on the drink
box no longer carrying those ice
cold Squirts and it couldn't a' been
... any of those animal rights groups
My phone company is merging 'cause Gulf never "held" any tigers
with somebody I've never heard of.
It's a new name with, I'm sure, big- It was money pure and simple.
ger and better service for me. I was And I reckon the Idea that one big
just getting used to the "old" name. company is better and more prof-
which has only been with us a few table than twomakes sense. .'...
months .. I can't even remem-.- I especially since you figure a lit-
ber the original "corporate desig- .,.. tie of the competition has been
nation" of the 'group I signed on'"' removed.
with a year or so ago. Gulf gas is not our only loss in
The times and the names they this particular business. Where is
are a' changing! Sinclair today? D X Boron? Clark?
To merge or not to merge .... Esso? And either Amoco or Texaco
maybe that used to be the ques-. is on the way out-they are talking
tion. Now it's a foregone conclu- merger even as we speak.
sionl And If you think this cornering
I was first alarmed by this ris- of the petroleum industry is some
ing phenomena several years ago .kind of novel idea-please check
when the Gulf Oil Company sold out the late John D. Rockefeller
when the Gulf Oii Company sold and Standard Oil.


U oL LU rJiUs eroileUmUIII Ilttle
piece of me.and Americana and
what's normal and right and just
in the world died with' this deal. No
more Good Gulf. .No more Gulf'
Crest. No more Gulf No-nox.
Folks, I loved that big. round,
orange sign. It was a comfort to,
many a' traveler in need of a cou-
,ple of. gallons,, a semi-clean


Government used to bust up
those "trusts" and "monopolies".
Now, they not only tolerate them,
they actually seem to encourage,
"em
I don't understand and it,
frightens me.
.. Why in the world would R. J.
Reynolds, a tobacco company, join


forces with Nabisco, which Is
mostly in the food business? It
doesn't seem like a match made in
heaven to me. Surely they don't
expect us to start smoking our
shredded wheat .....
Contrary to what is nght and
"oughta be". Martha White is not
run by a doting grandmother and
her two lovely nieces out of a back
room in Sparta, Tennessee. Those
corporate decisions concerning
Lester- Flatt and Earl Scruggs'
favorite self-rising biscuits are
made in Hamburg, Germany, or
London, England. or some such,
place.'
And gosh, look at the enter-
tainment business. ABC owns
ESPN and a half dozen others,
M-G-M is a merger that keeps on
merging and Fox is buying up
every thing that Ted Turner-Time- ;
Warner doesn't already control.
Sony's headquarters is in Tokyo..
The instructions on your new VCR
will be written in four different lan-
guages. I think the RCA Victor dog
has died ......
The Nissan mini-van. Quest, is
the exact same automobile as the
Ford Aerostar. Nissan has several
plants in America. Ford imports
some of its cars. Mercedes or Rolls
Royce, I can't remember which,
has merged with Volkswagen, of all
people! I reckon they're gonna


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come out with a high priced, cheap
car!
I try to buy American. But it's
getting harder to tell what is, and
what isn't. We've got, mergers and.
buy-outs and takeovers and recip-
rocal agreements and stock
options and transfers, and lend,;
lease Just who 'exactly is:,
buying up whom?:.
Confusing? You bet. oIt's like
we're' headed toward one, super.
mega-group owning everythmg in;,
the world. I meani, if we merge and':
merge and' merge and merge. com-
nmon sense tells you. eventually,i
there ain't gonna be but one "big
'un" left. Boy, you talk about the
ultimate company store!
It bothersome that these high
profile businessmen, from all over,
the universe, keep meeting. In
places like The Hague,-.
Netherlands, or Paris, France, or
Seoul, South Korea. I'd breathe; a..
little easier if they'd get together.'
every once in a while in Clio.
Alabama. I wish they had guys'
named Bubba and Earl sitting in
on some of their conflabs.
It bothers ime that world, gov-
ernments .seem to embrace ,these
meetings. It may soon be that we.
can buy ;a Mexican made radio:
with genuine Japanese parts put,
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)


Storms Seem to All Come At Night and on Press Day


OUR FIRST STORM of the
season has come and gone in just
a matter of days. It wasn't much
of a storm, as storms go, but it
was sufficient to do .us and pre-
pare the way for a beautiful week-
end.
We already had the weekend
planned, with the Chamber of
Commerce-sponsored Scallop
Festival. This young festival is,
really beginning to "catch on" and,
be a real event along the coast to
complement the host ,of seafood
festivals. It comes 'during the :hot
portion of the year, but it is gain-
ing in popularity.
Big storms are also subject to
decide to put in an appearance
on this particular weekend, like it
did this year. But "Earl" behaved
for the most part and didn't in-
convenience the festival planners
too much.
This first storm of the season
just brought us some welcome
and much-needed rain to settle'
the dust on the festival grounds.


p .,." ~


THE FESTIVAL ISN'T the
main topic of this little squib this
week, although it could, very well
be. Folks had a good enough day
and visitors had a nice day to vis-
it us. Even those who wished to
hunt the elusive scallops had a
nice day to do it. They didn't have
much luck getting their limits of
scallops, as 'the tasty shellfish
have been scarce this year.
Blame it on el Ninol
But we threw a party, any-
how, even if the guest of honor
failed to show.
Those- who were responsible
for planning the festivities are to


ETAOIN SHRDLU


S... by Wesley Ramsey


be congratulated for an activity
well planned.'

WHAT WE STARTED out to
write about is, do all hurricanes
have to strike land at night? Are
storms nocturnal? It seems as if
the last several hurricanes which
affected us arrived during the
middle of the night. Only one in
my memory hit land--here at Port
St. Joe-during the day time.
This particular storm hit about
six o'clock on a Wednesday,
when we are supposed to be
printing a newspaper.
It also happened on a
Wednesday this week, tool We fin-


ished up and started our distri-
bution just as the storm-
generated rains began to come
down in a serious fashion. That's
a. trick, delivering papers in a
,pouring rain and not getting them
soaking wet! It can't hardly be
done!
Our staff got the job done,'
though. and got back under shel-'
ter before the full fury of the
storm struck. When I would deliv-
er them, personally, I' used an
umbrella to keep the papers dry,
but I always got soaked through
and' through.
Where, if the storm Wasn't
bent on arriving in the shank of
the night, I might miss it all.

ONE STORM, SEVERAL
years ago was coming right on
schedule, on .a Wednesday at
about nightfall, as usual. We
were inside the plant struggling
to get the paper on the street be-
'fore the storm should strike. It
was blowing a gusty gale outside
and the rain was beginning to


pepper down in sheets.
All of a sudden, hde UPS
truck pulled up at the back door
to make a delivery.
I chided him by saying, 'You
should be home in Panama City
with this"storm coming up!"
1He looked me straight in the
eye, snapped to attention and.
with steely eyes arid a chin which
had suddenly taken on the char-
acteristics of granite, replied, "I
have deliveries still to make #i
Wewahitchka before I can go .
home!"
That was a dedicated UPS de-
livery man.
Wednesday 'afternoon, with'
this latest storm short hours'
away, Dennis Geoghagan called
me from the Post Office, telling
me to call him when we started:
around there to mail the paper,
so he:could meet us and bring
the papers Inside where they'
wouldn't get wet, rather than wait'
for the route 'truck outside on the'
dock.
That was thoughtful of Den-
nis.


IF WE COULD arrange for'
these storms to arrive at som.i-
time other than Wednesday night
for a change, we might avoid all
these special arrangements; un-
less of course, they start arriving
during the middle of the, after- i
noon Wednesday! Then they,.
would really foul things up. -
I guess, in retrospect,' it's'-
best for the storms to arrive at'
night-just as they have been-'
and on a Wednesday, even
This way we can work like
beavers to get the paper out a
couple of hours early, get it dis-'
tributed and get to shelter before
the'storm strikes.
Then, our advertisers can
have their message in the hands
of their customers to read when it
clears up on Thursday. That is a
clear winner for everybody.
But, the best arrangement of
all would be not to have a storm
in the first place.
All who agree with that ar-
rangement, say "ayel"


-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, Inc.
Second Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, .FL :
Wesley R. Ramsey E .': Editor & Publisher, President'
William H. Ramsey . . Vice President
Frenchie Ramsey.. . Treasurer, Office Manager
Shirley Ramsey . Graphic Design/Bookkeeper


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The spoken word is given scani attention; the printed:
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St. Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Tifne Ht.
Sept. 11 3:43 a.m. H 1.0 2:15 p.m. L -0.3
Sept.12 "4:37 a.m. H 1,2 3:32 p.m. L -0.4
Sept. 13 $:37 a.m. H 1.3 4:38 p.m. L -0.4
Sept. 14 6:40 a.m. H 1.3 5:36 p.m. L -0.4
Sept. 15 '7.47 a.m. H 1.2 6:29 p.m. L -0.3
Sept. 16 8;53 a.m. H '1.1' 7:16 p.m. L -0.2
Sept. 17 9:59 a.m. H 1.0 7:56 p.m. L -0.1


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St. Joe Bay

Committee
Members of the St. Joe Bay
Committee will be attending their
semi-monthly meeting this morn-
ing in the Port SL Joe fire station
meeting room.
Visitors and interested par-
ties are invited to attend these
meetings, designed to discuss
problems the community might
have which affects the bay.
Today's meeting, scheduled
for 9:00 a.m., wlf be discussing
sea turtles whicn nest on the
shores of the bay and on the
beaches of the Gulf of Mexico.
A sea turtle 'ideo will be pro-
vided by the U.S. Fish and Wild-
life Services.
The subject, "Sea Turtles and
Lighting" will be led by Bill Wil-
kinson of the Florida Department
of Environmental Protection.
The Gulf County sea turtle
volunteer program will be dis-
cussed by Barbara Eels and Jack
Schmitt. The new Franklin
County lighting ordinance will be
explained by Tammy Summers, of
the Apalachicola National Estu-
arine Research Center.


In a historic turnabout, the
Gulf County School Board and the
Classroom Teachers Association
have come to an agreement on:
salaries after only a month of
classes. In the recent past, it has
been.months before anything was
signed, and last year a special
master had to be called in to nego-
tiate a settlement.
Jerry Kelley, Superintendent
6f Instruction, commented, "This
was a very agreeable experience,
We are on the right track of work-
ing together to achieve a salary
schedule." The teachers, who
received pay raises from 3.75% to
1 1o%, with an average of 5%, rati-
fied the contract 140-4.
The Classroom Teachers
President. Judy Campbell,
remarked, "I'm glad it's over. Now
I can get back to my real job
(teaching)."
Salary negotiations were han-
dled somewhat differently this
year. The superintendent gave the
figure of S220.000, figured in the
budget for raises, to the teachers'
association and allowed them to
determine an equitable way of dis-
S tributing them to the instruction-
al staff. Starting salary for a
teacher with a bachelor's degree is
823,150. With a year's experience
the pay scale jumps to 824,000
with 8350 incremental increases
per year of service up to nine
years. From ten years to 14 years
of experience, the rate increases
8500 per year, and from 15 years
to 20 years, the rate is 8750 per
year. A large increase is noted
from step 22 to 23 years, with
$38,480 at 23 years.
In a legislatively mandated
move, 820,000 was allotted for
performance appraisal incentive
pay increases to be divided among
Gulf County's instructional staff.
(Checks based on annual perfor-
nmance assessments, with exem-
plary and effective ratings, will be
distributed to teachers by the
final June check of the fiscal year.
Administrative salaries took
an average 9.40 increase, ranging
from a low 7.20 Increase of



Kesley
(From Page 2)
together in 'Vladivostok, -Russia,
using either Euro-international
dollars or our new universal Visa,
good in all forty-nine states (I think
North and South Dakota merged
last week) and every single nation
on the planet!
I don't want the economy in
China effecting the price of run-
ning shoes in America. I don't
want our stock market mirroring
the rise and fall of foreign stock
exchanges.
It bothers me that major
league baseballs are made in Haiti.
You don't suppose there are
people in strategic places around
the world that are in favor of this
one giant, super-center controlling
all that we buy ... and do ....
and think!
It bothers me that we're all
pre-numbered, computered up
and inter-netted in.
Woodrow Kennon's Mercantile,
Dry Goods and Grocery Store was
the only store we had for most of
my growing up years. In our little
sphere, he had a monopoly that
wouldn't quit.
But he never abused it.
I hope these one world order
folks have got a little Woodrow
Kennon in them.
Independently yours,
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SIGN TEACHERS' CONTRACT-Judy Campbell, center, president of the Gulf County Classroom
Teachers Association, Jerry Kelley, right, Superintendent of Instruction: and Temple Watson, left, asst.
superintendent, sign the instructional personnel contract for the upcoming school year. Looking on are
board members Oscar Redd, Mary Pridgeon, chairman Charlotte Pierce, attorney Charles Costin, Caroline
Norton and David Byrd.


School Board CTA, Come to Agreement on



Sizeable Salary Increase: Divide Money Pot


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$3,766, to a high 12.0 percent of
$6,382. Stipt. Kelley defended the
raises as an attempt to reward
administrators for their length of
service. Previously there wasn't a
provision for seniority increases.
The Board voted on the salary
schedules in three different sec-
tions: administrative, paraprofes-
sional, and. education support
personnel. With the exception of
administrative salaries, the salary
schedules were unanimously
,approved.
Mary Pridgeon was the lone
vote against the administrative
salary schedule, stating that the
administrative pay raises were
excessive, and the board cannot
justify a newly hired assistant
principal receiving a S1,500 raise
after a month. Currently there
isn't a provision on on the adminis-
trative schedule for someone with
no experience, it treats everyone
as ha-ing at least a year of xperi-'
ence. Caroline Norton ad fl th't'
before next year. a 0 step needs to
be added to the schedule.
Board member Oscar Redd
also expressed the desire for the
board to be not only informed, but
included, in the salary formula-
Lion process. that it was good
business that the board should be
Involved in the process. Mrs.
Norton echoed his sentiments,
saying that the board's main
responsibilities are budget and
programs. and they really haven't
had any input in this year's
process. "
The board also heard from
* each school on their advisory
reports and goals for the upcom-
ing year.
STAFF TRANSFERRALS
The board approved the
transfer of aide Nancy Brockman
from Port St. Joe Elementary


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School to Port St. Joe Middle
School. Margaret Roberson, Title I.
secretary. will be moved from
Highland View Elementary to Port
St. Joe Elementary, and her hours
expanded to a full time position.
The board also voted to look
at hiring a chief building inspector
for the construction project at
Port St. Joe Elementary School,


with action on the matter at the
next board meeting.
Board attorney Charles
Costin advised the board to adopt
a blanket resolution authorizing
,the superintendent to make
change orders in the construction
up to a certain amount, to elimi-
nate the need for numerous emer-
gency board meetings.


(Sheriff's Beat)
Trailed Young Burglars
On Thursday, September 3rd,
Deputy Chris Dixon investigated a
break-in at Wade Stevens' camp
at Douglas Landing. Upon arrival
at the scene, the deputy observed
four wheeler tracks in the yard
area surrounding the camp.
Dixon was informed by a
neighbor that he had observed
several boys riding four wheelers
in the area. He was unaware of
the youngsters' names, but was


County
-from Page 1A
available to serve. Yeager also
said he skipped over Commis-
sioner Traylor because he was
involved in an election at this
time.
Stanley disagreed with
Yeager's assessment, stating he
should have been next in line.
In Other Business
*Decided to rebid a proposal
for G.I.S. mapping software since
no bids were received, as reported
by Joe Danford, Solid Waste
Director.
*Praised Veterans Service
Officer Bo Williams for service
beyond the call of duty after dis-
cussing a letter of commendation
received in response to a service
rendered evaluation.
*Approved the purchase of a
new ice machine for the Dalkeith
Volunteer Fire Department.
Commissioner Johnny Stanley
agreed to purchase the unit out of
his district's special projects fund.


Candidate Scores Lack of Voter Interest


Dear Mr. Ramsey, *
"'" I take ecelption '6~~"ou ebdito-
rial of September 3, 1998. in
which you stated that there were
no candidates. In the district two
County Commissioner race, there
were two honest candidates, nei-
ther of whom got a majority of the
votes. Please look at the Over-
street results, which were honest.
You said that none of the can-
didates had been talking. Not
speaking for the others, but let
me tell you that I uwas talking. On
countless evenings and week-
ends. I made the rounds. knock-
ing on doors, being chased and
bloodied by dogs, and presenting
myself to the voters.
Yet sadly. I found that most of
them don't care. The election
process in Wewahitchka disillu-
sions some people, so they don't
even bother voting. I also had
;three ads in your newspaper.


(Maybe you- don't read your'
S paper?),} -
-' My wife and I worked our-
hearts out on the day before the
election. We made the rounds in
Wewahitchka and outlying areas


to remind people that tomorrow is
election day. Most of them didn't
know! and they also didn't care.,
I did put a little money and a
lot of work into it, but it wasn't
enough to overcome the voter's


familiar with where they lived.
When Deputy Dixon made
contact with the boys, they admit-
ted to breaking into the camp,
and agreed to pay for the damage'
to the camp. In light of this offer,
the owner of the property decided
not to prosecute, therefore, no
charges were filed in the incident.
Making Too Many Waves
On Saturday, September 5th,
Gulf County Sheriffs Department
Deputy James Jensen investigat-
ed a call at Lister's Landing in ref- -
erence to some shots being fired
in the area. The complainant stat-
ed he was riding his wave runner
on the river when a man appeared,
and allegedly shot at him.
Deputy Jensen and Florida
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission Officer Bob Shipman
went to a nearby houseboat and
made contact with Morris Edward
Parrish, 67, of Panama City.
The susoiect admitted to
shooting several times in the
direction of the wave runner, and
was subsequently arrested for.
aggravated assault with a deadly,,
weapon. .
Sentencing Handed Down ...
On Tuesday, September 8th,:
the following persons received
sentencing from the Gulf County.
Circuit Court:
*Edward Boris Hughes. of
Panama City, two years probation
on two counts of burglary; must
also pay $255 in court costs,-
$150 fine, and $150 restitution. :'-
*John Kinney, of Wewahitch- -
ka, six months community con-,
trol and three years probation for
violation of probation charges. He -
was on probation for burglary,,-
petit theft, and criminal mischief.
*Richard Carlos Erdos, of
(See REPORT on Page 5A).

lack of interest.
I accept your apology in
advance.
Respectfully,
Lynwood Rhames
[ED-Your district was an
exception. Other than the few can-
didates. nobody discussed the
election, which was a crying
shame. I voted at my polling place
just as usual, at 8:30 a.mr.,
Tuesday. Rather than me being
nutitmber 80 or 90 'to vote as I usu-'
ally am. I was number three .... ,
And that is what 'I was talking
about in my editorial. Everyone
who SHOULD have voted, owes
you an apology.1


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%GE 4A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1998

.. '$ : "... .. PSJ Garden Club

Meeting Today!
:'*, With plans for an exciting
.' year, Port St. Joe Garden Club
members will have their first
.Y meeting for the 1998-99 year on
Thursday, September 10 (today).
'YAF' .The meeting will start at 9:30
.'-'" -L a.m. at the center on Eighth
;"'...S Street in Port st. Joe. Members
""' "?; will then travel to White City for a
"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.
Amy Rachelyn Butler Interested persons are invited
to attend and members are
Encouraged to support the club
Amy Clebrate this year with your attendance.

Second Birthday
Amy Rachelvn Butler cele- Final Plans


brated her second birthday on
May 31st with a Rug Rats party at
her parent's home. ;.She is the
daughter of Ray and Kathy Butler.
Her grandparents are Frank and
Amy Healy and Harold and Edna
Butler, all of St. Joe Beach.


LI Memory of
Henry- "Jr." Bozeman
on his birthday, Sept. 12.
We love you and miss youl

Your family,
Linda
." *. Jody, Billy, W ill, '
Mary Lee & Bobbi Lee
. Bud, Darlene & Larson


Mr. and Mrs. Carroll B. Revell
and Mr. and Mrs. Leon S.
Williams. invite you to share with
them this day of new beginnings
when their daughter, Jona Lyn
Williams, will wed Richard
Hampton Hendry on 'Saturday,
September 12, at 6:00 p.m., ET,
at Williams Memorial Methodist
Church. located on Highway 71
South, Scott's Ferry, Blounts--
town.'All friends and family are
cordially, invited to attend.


Note of Thanks
The family of Fennie Hudson
Raiford would like to express our
appreciation for the acts of kind-
ness shown us through your
cards, flowers, food, and visits
during the illness and loss of our
precious mother.
Ross Hudson and Family
Sally Chambers and Family
Marlene Walding and Family


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.


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Join the Girl Scouting Experience


Where can a girl go for fun
and friendship? Where can a girl.
go to camp, hike, canoe. and
learn to help the environment?
Where can a girl go to learn about
science and nature? Where can a
girl become a part of an organiza- "
tion that is especially for girls-all

Tobacco Partnership
Will Meet On 15th
The Tobacco Free Partnership _
will hold a meeting on September
15 in the media center of Port St.
Joe High School at 4:00 p.m. This
meeting is open is to the public,
and all those who are interested
are invited and encouraged to
attend. For more information,
please call Regina Washabaugh.
coordinator, at 227-1276, ext.
120.

Care Assistants
Graduate GCCC
The first class of patient care
assistants trained with funding
through Job Training Partnership
Act scholarships at Gulf Coast
Community College celebrated
the completion of their training
with a certification ceremony on
June 29th in Apalachicola.
Presiding 'at the ceremony
was Jennifer German. coordina-
tor of Career Development/JTPA
Workforce Centers. The
Honorable Janegayle Boyd.
Florida House of Representatives,
District 10, was guest speaker.
Honored in Patient Care
Assisting Class #2 were Vellnda
Carol Sepulvado and Dana Jovan
Stripling, both of whom received
the "Best Clinical Performance
Award", and Evelyn Loraine
Weatherly, who received the
"Outstanding Scholar Award".
Graduates of Class 142 were:
Krystal LaShell Addison. Kristie
LaRuth Ash, Melinda Michelle
Brogdon, Sandra Elaine,
Chapman, Gloria Jean Gathers,
Francis Patricia Glenn*, Sherrie
LaDonna Haddock, Rhonda Lynn
Pittman, Schotsie Lee Rodgers,
Leslie Carmon Samson. Velinda
Crole Sepulvado, Dana Jovan
Stripling, Mary Jane Tiller. Patty
Knrfi-Ware; 'Pa'mela' Michelle
Watson, Evelyn Loraine
Weatherly*, and Tarra Jane't
Woullard.
*Denotes perfect attendance..

Volunteers are
Needed to Help
the Elderly
The District 2 Long-Term
Care Ombudsman Council is
seeking volunteers to investigate
and help resolve complaints
about treatment of residents' In
nursing homes, assisted living
facilities, and adult family care
homes.
Orientation arid training
would be provided. This position
requires an interest in the elderly
and 15 to 20 hours per month.
Volunteers would be paid for the
travel expenses to facilities and
meetings. There. is a special need
for volunteers in Gulf County.
If you would like to volunteer
or for more information, please
call the District 2 office at (850)
413-9000.


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girls?l? In the Girl Scouts, that's
where!
Being a part of Girl Scouting
is a wonderful experience. Girl
Scouting is a cherished American
tradition, one that Is synonymous
with Instilling in girls solid values.
leadership skills, and a wide and


genuine appreciation for racial,
ethnic, religious, and cultural
diversity.
According to a newly released
outcomes study. Girls. Families.
and Communities Grow Through
Girl Scouting. parents and volun-
teers benefit from Girl Scouting as


much as the girls themselves"'
Among the findings, 54 percent of
the parents polled report that Girl
Scouting allows them to 'spend
more quality time with their
daughters and nearly 50 percent
find that their relationship within'
their daughter has improved.'
Girl Scout volunteers: said
that they have developed leader.,
ship skills, and 74 percent also
felt that their self-confidence has,
increased because they served as
Girl Scout troop, group, or, assis-
tant leaders. Almost all of the vol,;
unteers, 95 percent, felt that they.:
had a positive, influence on, the
development of the girls. .
Overall, when Girl Scouts and
non-members. of the same. age.
group were surveyed, Girl Scouts,
reported ,significantly greater
opportunities for. experiencing
leadership, teamwork,, feelingsof,f
belonging. values/decision mak-
ing, helpfulness,. and respect for,
others. ,-.,
These benefits are. directly
related to, the goalp of the irtl,
Scout program. Other research.
has shown that when girls experir,
ence, these outcomes, thepy, a-
less likely to make health-corp--
promising .choices and ,are,more,,
likely to make choices that pro-
mote, healthy development. ,K
All girls, age 'five.,to 17,,whop.
want to experience the exciting
world of Girl Scouting are encour-
aged to 'call (850) 386-2131 or 1-
800-876-9704. Join', the ;Girl
Scouts, and join the fun! All other ,
women are encouraged to make a'
difference in a girl's life, and vol-,
unteer with the Girl Scouts toddy.'
Recruitment Nights '-
The Girl Scout Council of the
Apalachee Bend will hold a'
recruitment night in Port St. Joe
on Thursday, September 17, from
6:30 to 7:30 p.m., ET, at,the Stac
House, and in Wewahitcfika on
Friday, September 18, from 6:30;
to 7:30 p.m... CT, at the Lake Alice
Park.
All young girls, and, their parr
ents who are interested in learn-.
ing more, about the fun',of Girl
Scouting are invited to come. For.
more information, please:, :call:
Nancy Brockman at,647-3214 or
Ca4trren McDonald. at (850) '7,J
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19 at 7:00 p.m. at Treasure Bay
Lodge in Simmons Bayou. Stacy
is the daughter of Jimmy and

Quitters Will Be
Meeting Today
The Panhandle Piecemakers
Quilt Club will meet today,
September' 10; at" St. James'
Episcopal Church, located at 800
22nd Street in Port St. Joe. The
business, meeting :and program
will begin at 7:00 p.m., ET. The
program will cover Hawaiian
quilting. Light refreshments will
be served, and guests are very
welcome.
The Piecemakers have com-
pleted a beautiful quilt, featuring
the attic window pattern. Tickets
for a giveaway of this quilt are
available now for $1.00 each. The'
drawing will be held on Saturday,
November 14. For more informa-
tion, please call 229-6879. .

Bingo Cancelled
The Highland View volunteer
Fire Departmenit has announced
they wi11 not be holding bingo for
the month of September. :As
always. they appreciate your sup-.
port.


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Jeanette Barnhill, and Michael is
the son of ,Thomas anid Shirley
Webb, ail of Port St. Joe. All fa'ni-
lyv ahbd friends are invitre -
attend. '


Retired Educators
to Meet on Monday
The Gulf County Retired
Educators will meet at :11:00
a.m., ET, on MondCy, Sepitember
14, at the Fish House Restaurant
in Mexico Beach. New legislative
issues will-be discussed at this.
meeting, and all members are'
encouraged to attend.


Gathering P.S.J.
High's Class of '69
Port St. Joe High School's'
Class of 1969 is fast approaching
its 30th year following., gradua-.
tion. '
Local residents and alumni of
the 'class, Teedy and Jan
(Fleming) Nobles. Invite everyone
interested in organizing the
upcoming homecoming and
reunion plans to join them at
their home this Sunday at 3 p.m.
They reside at' 1620 Palm
Boulevard in Port St. Joe'.
Anyone with address' iiffr-'
mation of members of the Class of
'69 is asked to contact the Nobles
at that address or by 'phone at
(8501 229-6706. All help given in
helping make this event a memo-
rable one will bie appreciated.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1998 PAGE 5A


Report from Page 3A


Pariama City, given an additional
100 hours of community service
fat violation of probation for pos-
sessiOn of more than 20 grams of
marijuana.
*Broward Mitchell, of
Wewahitchka, time served on sev-
eral, misdemeanors, two years
community control and three
years probation on charges of
grand theft and burglary.
e; *Steve Nunnery, of
Wewahitchka, four years proba-
tion. for a burglary that occurred
in.1994. ... f
Gulf County Jail Bookings ...
Tuesday. September 1---
Rodney A. 'Outlaw, 49, of
Wewahitchka, child support; and
Chris McCloud, 30, of Port St.
Joe, possession of less 'than 20
grams of marijuana.
Thursday. September 3--
James E. Raker, 33, of Port St.
Joe, failure to pay fine; Charles
Dewayne Brant, 38, of Port St.
Joe; driving while license sus-
penided or, revoked;' and Melvin
Ross Jones; 23,, of Wewahitchka,
worthless checks :! ;
SFriday.' September _4--Paul
Walker, 33, of Panama City, viola-
tion of probation (resisting arrest,
sale of cocaine); John Kinney, 20,
of'Wewahitchka, violation of pro-"
bation (burglary); John Lynn, 22,
of Wewahitchka, failure to appear;
a id Christopher Vickery, 24, of
Kftiard, violation of probation (dri-
vrig "under the influence).
Saturday, September 5l-
Richard Jones, 30, of Mexico
Beach, driving while license sus-
pended or revoked;
Sunday. September 6-"
Dpuglas W. Bailey, 65. of
Wewahitchka, driving while
license suspended or revoked;
MVdIhael' Thompson. 49, of
Indiana, driving while license sus-
pended or revoked and attaching
a tag not assigned: and Sherry R.
Moses, 30, of Wewahitchka,
worthless checks (Bay County).


IPSJPD Report

Monument Collision
On Wednesday, September
2nd, at approximately 2:21 p.m.,
Port St. Joe Police Department
Officer Chris Teeter responded to
a crash on Monument Avenue in
front of the Burger King.
According to the accident
report, one vehicle -was being'
operated by a juvenile and the
other by Timothy, S. Callahan, of
Panama City. Both vehicles were
traveling south on Monument
Avenue. Callahan in the Inside,
* lane and the juvenile in the out-
side lane, following another vehi-
cle to the rear of Callahan.
As Callahan stopped for
coming traffic to make a left
and turn into the Burger King
parking lot, the juvenile switched
to the inside lane to get around
the vehicle it was following and
citi'd not stop before colliding
Into hsi- ear. '
No injuries were reported as a
Li


Debra Sue Walborn


Debra Sue Walborn, beloved
daughter, sister, and friend, died
on August 25,.at 35 years of age.
She was a dedicated teacher and
an. exuberant person who will be
deeply missed by everyone'.
She was preceded in death by
her father, Jerry Walburn; her
maternal grandparents, Elmer
and Bertha Bigley. and her pater-
nal grandmother, Dorothy Nell
Pardue.
' She is survived by her moth-
;r, Mary Walburn; her brother,
aul Walburn; her; sister and
broither-in-law. Terry and:
TO6rman 'Nunnery: her nephew.
i rtinter Nunnery; her grandfather,
Leonidas Pardue; and many
aunts, uncles, cousins, and dear
friends.' '" '" :-
t A memorial service was held
dt the United Pentecostal Church
ip Wewahitchka on Saturday,
August 29, at 1:00 p.m.;,CT. ';


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9798-28
The Gulf County Board of County Co'mmisisioners
ll receive sealed bids from any person, company
r corporation Interested In providing the County
ytth the following goods/services! .'
One (1) GIS Software Program
omlete bid specifications are on file In tle Office
f the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Gulf County.
Should you have any questions, call Joe Danford at
850-227-3696. "
Delivery Date. mustbe specified, liquidated dam-
ages for failure to deliver on the specified date will.
beS25 00 per day
please Indicate on the envelope that ids s a
SEALED BID and include the BID NUMBER
I&ds will' be received until 500 clock. PM.
Lastem Time. on September 22 1998 at the
OBice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1000 Fifth
street. Room 148 Port St Joe. Florida 32456
Telephone 850-229-61121.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all ,
bids
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
BY- WARREN J. YEAGER. JR.
CHAIRMAN I ,
2tc. September 10 and 17. 1998


result of the collision, however
damages estimated to both vehi-
cles totaled $3,500. Further
investigation revealed that the
juvenile was driving with sus-
pended or revoked license. The
juvenile was charged with the dri-
ver license violation and released
to a parent.
Post Hurricane Speed Costly
Thursday, September 3rd,
shortly after 3 p.m., Jacquelyn
Diane Faircloth, 18, of White City,
was arrested by Officer Russell
Burch for driving with no valid
driver license.
According to information
received, Faircloth's vehicle was
observed traveling south on
Constitution Drive, which was
closed off due to the debris in the
roadway left by the hurricane.
Officer Burch turned around to
pursue the vehicle and paced the
vehicle at approximately '50
m.p.h. in a, 45 m.p.h: posted
speed zone.
The vehicle was traveling too
fast for conditions, due to D.O.T.
personnel working on the road-
way to remove the debris.
Faircloth was issued a warning
for traveling at a speed too fast for
conditions and a driver's license
check revealed that she had no
valid driver license.
Tagged For D.U.I.
September 5th, at about 6 in
the evening, Tammy Rene
Burrows. 28, of Port St. Joe, was
arrested by Officer Burch for dri-
ving under the influence.
According to information
received, Burrows' vehicle was
stopped in reference to an
obscured tag and speeding.
Further investigation revealed
that Burrows was operating a
vehicle while under the influence
of an alcoholic beverage.
Not Licensed to Motor
On September 6th, at approx-
imately 5:30 p.m., Deloris
Coachman, 49, of Port St. Joe,
was arrested by Officer Burch for
driving with no valid license.
Officer Burch's report states
that the vehicle being operated by
Coachman was observed running
a stop sign. A driver's license
check revealed that she had no
valid license. Warning citations
were also Issued in reference to:
running the stop sign and an Ille-
gal tint on the vehicle's windows.

CNA Course at
G/F'Center in PSJ
Gulf Coast Community
College will be offering a course in
certified nursing assistant, begin-
ning on September 21. at the Gulf
Franklin Center in Port St. Joe.
Classes will be held from 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
through Thursday. JTPA scholar-
ships are available to those who
qualify.


One Person

Treated

For Smoke

Inhalation


The City of Mexico Beach's
regular municipal election will be
held on Tuesday, November 3.
Candidates for the offices of
Mayor, Group: I, and Council
Members Group' II and III may
begin qualifying on Monday.'
September 21. The election quali-
fying period wil eflfd on October'
'2nd. '
Mexico Beach residents wish-
ing to register to vote may do so
by completing the required forms
provided by City Hall or the Bay
County Elections Office.
In order to be ,eligible to vote
in the city's election to be held on
November 3rd, individuals must


Port, St. Joe's Fire Depart-
ment was dispatched to a struc-'
ture fire at 143, 145, and 147
Robbins Avenue in North Port St..
Joe at 3:30 a.m. last Saturday
morning.
Seven minutes later, upon
arrival of the first firefighting
apparatus. it was' reported that
two homes were completely
involved and a' third was starting
to catch fire.
Called to the scene'to extin-


be' registered no later than
October 5.
Also, registered voters who.
need to update their registration
cards (address. name change,
etc.) should do so by October 5.


guish the blaze were two units
from Port St. Joe. assisted by oth-
ers from the Highland View and
St. Joe Beach Volunteer Fire
Departments.
The firefighters' efforts were
hampered due to several electrical
lines that were burnt away from
the homes.
As a result of the fire. one


person was transported to Gulf
Pines Hospital where treatment
was received for smoke inhala-
tion. No other injuries resulted
from the flames.
All three homes involved were
completely destroyed. The inci-
dent is currently under investiga-
tion by the State Fire Marshall's
Office.


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for November Election


Thank You
To those voters of Gulf County Disrtrit 2 who supported
Inme in the disastrous September I primary, please accept my
heartfelt thanks and appreciation. Iam sure that's vot have :
rcoqnized that I was sincere and honest n my attempt to
work for better conditions for all of its.
To those of yon who didn't bother to vote at all,
shame On you. You obviously don't believe Govcrn-
mentby and for the People. By not participating in
the elections, you allow uits to continue being ,
qoi'crned by the special interests.
SiA ncerely
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Opal in 1995 completely wiped out this building lot on Mexico
Beach, and after it was replaced, the home was constructed.
Hurricane Earl took away at least six feet of sand, the trellis posts
were painted down to ground level.


The beach was swept away in front of these home
Mexico Beach. .


The swing set and volleyball area at Toucan's on Mexico Beach
was swept away.


This photo was taken by Jacque Yeager Wednesday afternoon at
6:00 p.m as Earl was preparing to make landfall that evening. The
structure is located at the lighthouse station on Cape San Bias, and
is standing in the pounding surf.


Beaches at Cape San Bias and
enced severe erosion.


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After Opal in 1995, county crews used FEMA funds to construct
a number of sand berms along the beaches, and replanted them with
native sea oats, hoping to stabilize the beach. These were called five-
year storm protectors, but it only took three years before Mother
Nature sent another storm ashore to completely erode the berms:.,


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1/2 cup miniature semi-sweet,
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1/2 cup chopped pecans
1/4 cup sugar
1 tablespoon butter or margarine.
melted
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
Cake
3/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup butter or margarine, soft-
ened '
2 eggs. '
Cake
I 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
Al cup light sour cream or no-fat
sour cream
11/4 teaspoons baking powder
, 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla ,


Drizzle
14 caramels, unwrapped
2 tablespoons' half-and-half or
milk
Heat oven to 3509. In small
bowl stir together- all streuse
ingredients, set aside.
In large mixer bowl combine
sugar and butter. Beat at medium
speed, scraping bowl often, unti
creamy (one to two minutes). Add
eggs. Continue beating, scraping
bowl often, until well mixed (one
to two minutes). Add all remain
ing cake ingredients. Continue
beating, scraping bowl often, unti
well mixed (one to two minutes).
Spoon half of, batter into
greased and floured nine-inc
springiorm pan. Sprinkle half o
streusel mixture over batter in
pan. Spoon remaining batter over
streusel; top with remaining
streusel.
Bake for 45 to 55 minutes or
until toothpick inserted in center
comes out clean. Cool 10 min
utes. Run knife along sides of pan
to loosen edge. Remove side o
pan. Cool at least 30 minutes.
Just before serving, combine
caramels and half-and-half in oni
quart sauce pan. Cook over media
um heat, stirring occasionally
until caramels are completely
melted (five to eight minutes)
Cool slightly; drizzle warn
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Wildlife rehabilitator Betsy Knight shows off a bald eagle.


Everyone enjoyed the dance routines of this cute group of little
girls who performed Saturday morning.


Ga. tor 100" Club Formin


J,"Bill Mahan helps his daughter, Maura, pet one of the ponies.


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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
a good time.

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 1
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


proiride direct supervised care o
your loved one.
All interested persons ar
asked to please call Marion o'r
Jerry at 229-8466 for more infor
mation.


BBQ Sandwich

Sale in Wewahitchka
The Wewahitchka senior cit
zens will be selling delicious bar
. becue sandwich dinners tomoi
row, September 1 1, from 11 a.n
until 1 p.m. at the Wewahitchk
Senior Center. Each dinner wi
contain a large barbecue bee
sandwich, pickles, potato chips
and lots of refreshing iced tea
Each plate will cost $3.00.
Anyone who would like one.
these meals can either stop by th
center and purchase one, or hay
one delivered. The seniors will 1
making deliveries to local bus
nesses.


Price Wins Quilt
The Gulf County Senio
Senior would like to announce
that Betty Price of Port St. Jo
was the winner in their quilt give
away. Congratulation to Mrs
Price on winning this beautiful
quilt and thank you to everyone
who purchased tickets to help the
senior citizens program.


Chamber Executive Director
Diane Scholz wipes away sweat
during the day Saturday.

Authorities Set
Budget Hearings
All of the major taxing
authorities in Gulf County have
set dates and times for prelimi-
nary budget public hearings. As
most county residents noticed on
their recently received TRIM
notices, preliminary millage rates
have been set by each government
^ entity. The School Board has
already adopted its budget and
' millage.
Gulf County commissioners
have set preliminary budget hear-
ings for September 9th at 5:01
p.m., ET. in the board's meeting
room at the courthouse complex.
Initial budget hearings for the
City of Port St. Joe are scheduled
for September 10th in the com-
mission room at City Hall, begin-
ning at 6 p.m., ET. Wewahitchka's
hearings are set for 6:30 p.m., CT,
on September 10th at
Wewahitchka City Hall.

Reminder.
A member of U.S. Represen-
^ tative Allen Boyd's (D-North
Florida), staff will be visiting Port
St. Joe on the third Friday of
every month so that the people of
Gulf County will have the oppor-,
tunity to discuss.. in. person,
issues which concern them.
A representative of Rep.
Boyd's staff will be at the Gulf
county. Court. House,- in the
downstairs conference room, from
9:00 to 11:30 a.m., ET, on Friday,
September 18. .

Walk to Remember
;. r Oh Saturday, September 26,
S at 10:00 a.m.,' the Walk to
Remember will held. The Walk has'
been sponsored by the Bay,
Franklin, and Gulf County Heal-
thy Start Coalition, the Gulf
County Interagency, Council, and,
the Collaborative' Partnership of
Gulf County.
The Walk to Remember is
i- designed to provide caregivers
r- and loss survivors with an oppor-
r- tunity which will allow them to
i. memorialize their loss experience.
a In addition, the walk will raise
ll awareness about the importance
ef of the grief process for parents,
s, caregivers, families, and their
a. community.
: For more information. please
of contact Pamn .Lawrence at the
he Collaborative Partnership office at
ve 227-2559.
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The Wewahitchka High
School Booster Club and athletic
department have announced the
establishment of several new
offerings for the boosters and
fans. The "Gator 100" Club is
again being established.
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
needed and and would be deeply
appreciated.
Also, they are offenng season

Lady Sharks Defeat
Lady Gators in Twor
MS, JV and V defeat Wewa
To begin the volleyball sea-
son, the Lady Sharks of Port St.
Joe High defeated district rival,
the Wewahitchka Lady Gators.
The varsity team won 15-1 and
15-8.
Returner Tracey Fitzgerald
had three aces and two hits and
Nicole Royster had one spike and
one dink.
During the Junior varsity vol-
leyball match, starting server for
the Lady Sharks. Lisa Curry,
scored eleven points in a row. Port
St. Joe also won both junior var-
sity and middle school matches.
The Junior Varsity and
Varsity Lady Sharks will be play-
ing Liberty county on Thursday at
4:00 p.m. ET in Bristol. and then
travelling to Blounstown to play
district rivals at 7:00 p.m.


ticket passes this year which will
entitle the owner entry to all des-
ignated games, along with special
reserved seating (50-yard line).
Three types of season passes
are offered-(1) J.V. football
games (home); (2) varsity football
games (home); or, (3) both J.V.
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: (1) $18;
(2) 822: and (3) 840.
Anyone needing additional
information may call Coach

Seminole Club
Happenings
The Gulf Coast Seminole Club
will host a big screen t.v. party
and membership drive this
Saturday, September 12th, dur-
ing the North Carolina State foot-
ballg~ ,. .
Unfortunately, plans for the
previously announced road trip to
the Georgia Tech game on
October 24th have been can-
celled.
Plans for the "Second Annual
,Tailgate Party" have been
realigned to take place during the
Clemson game on October 17th.
Further details will be announced
as the kick-off draws near. !
For more information con-
cerning events of the club, please
contact Sandie Kennedy at 227-
2191 or Boyd Pickett at 227-
7535.


Wayne Flowers at WHS at 639-
2228. or Carolyn Husband or
Jerry Gaskin at WSB at 639-
2222. Thank you for your sup-
port!


Greg Adams

Adams Receives
Award From FSUS
Greg Adams recently received
the Scholar Athlete Award in
Basketball `:from Florida State
University School (Florida High).
He is the son of Joe and Dale
Adams of Tallahassee. His proud
grandparents are 'Betty Jackson
and the late AP. "Bob" Ja:kson
and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams
all of Port St./Jo e: :


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Barbara Eells displays a great-horned owl at the festival.


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Sharks



Sting



Jackets

Open Season,
With 50-6 Win,
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The Port St. Joe Sharks put
up some big numbers Friday
against Chattahoochee as they
managed to put the ball in the
end zone quick and often. The
Sharks gained 372 yards total
offense, 308 of them on the
ground, en. route to a 50-6
blowout.
Port St. Joe, on its second
possession of the game, drove the
ball 80 yards in 10 plays and,,
scored on James Daniels' two
yard quarterback keeper. Daniels
took a bad snap on the extra point
attempt, rolled out and threw a
pass to Jim Falson for the two
point conversion and an 8-0 lead
with 2:10 left in the flrst quarter..
Daniels scored his second
touchdown of the game on an 11
yard run, after the Sharks went
51 yards in five plays on their
next possession. Florn:,
Johnston's extra point attempt
was good to give Port St. Joe a 15-
0 lead with 9:43 left in the first
half.
Brett Jeffcoat recovered a
Chattahoochee fumble and the&
Sharks marched 47 yards down
the field in four plays. Bonjour
Hill scored from about six inches
out with a good second effort after
he was stopped in his tracks.
Johnston's extra point was good-
to give St. Joe a 22-0 lead with
7:44 left in the second quarter.
The Sharks scored one more
time before the half when Danielg
connected with Rod Chambers on
a slant for 32 yards and another
Shark touchdown. Johnston
added another extra point for a
29-0 lead going into halftime.
Koran Peters extended the
Sharks' lead in the fourth quarter
with a 50 yard punt return for a


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James Daniels (9) breaks through the Chattahoochee defense to score one of his three touchdowns
Friday night.


touchdown. Johnston's kick was
good for a 43-0 lead.
Hill put Port St. Joe on the
board one more time with a 16
yard touchdown run.
Chattahoochee scored its only
touchdown of the game when they
picked up a Shark fumble and
returned it 63 yards for a touch-
down.
"We executed well on offense
and our kids played hard," said
Coach Gannon. "We will make
turnovers running the option. but
we need to continue to improve
each time we step on the field."
The Sharks had four rushers
with over 50 yards. Peters had
four rushes for 58 yards. Daniels
had 56 yards on six carries and
three touchdowns. Faison had
eight carries for 55 yards, and
Mark Williams had 55 yards on
seven carries. Hill had seven car-,
ries for 46 yards and two touch-
downs. Chambers collected 32
yards on three carries.
Daniels was three for four
with 64 yards and one touchdown
pass,. Chambers caught two pass-
es for 45 yards and Dexter Cant
had one reception for 19 yards.
"James threw the ball well
and we caught passes well." said
Coach Cannon.
Mario Swanston and Faison


led the defense with seven tackles
each. Jarred Lambert and
Williams each had six tackles.
Williams had two tackles for a


loss and one sack. Gant had one
interception, and Daniels had a
big hit to spark the defense.
"Our defense played real good
again." said Gannon, "The
defense had played eight consecu-
tive quarters without allowing a
touchdown. We had a lot of people
around the football every play:".
"We should get a better test ,
this week against Sneads. They're
big up front and have some tal-
ented skilled people."
Port St. Joe's Sharks will host
Sneads Friday night at 7:30 p.m.,
SET.


PSJ
CHAT


Score by Quarters
8 21 14 7
T 0 0 0 6
STATISTICS


PSJ
First Downs 15
Rushes/Yds. 38/308
Passing Yards 64
Total Yards 372
Passes 3/4/0,
Fumbles/Lost 6/3
Penalties/Yards 6/50
Punts 0/0


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CHAT
3.
27/44
27
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5/9/1;
2/1"
13/95,
6/23
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Gulf Rifle Club Plans

Matches for Sept. 12


Koran Peters (6) turns the
corner for a big run against the
Yellow Jackets.


Chris White (15) and Justin Miller (50) take a breather dur-
ing the second half of Friday's season opener.


Gators Op(
The Wewahitchka Gators
opened their season Friday night
with a disappointing loss to
Freeport. 28-14.
Freeport jumped on top of the
Gators in the first quarter taking
a 7-0 lead after a one yard touch-
down run. They struck again
early in the second quarter going
out in front 14-0 with 10:02
remaining in the half.


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No, the referee is not try-
ing to tackle quarterback
Tripp Atchison (11) in the
above photo as he makes a cut
while running the keeper.

Chris White broke loose on
the Gators' next possession for a
47 yard run. Bernard Vann's
extra point brought the Gators
within seven points, 14-7.
The Gators tied the game
midway through the third quarter
on a four yard touchdown run by
running back Chris Sims. Vann
kick the extra point tieing the
game 14-14.
But, Freeport scored two

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fourth quarter touchdowns to
dampen the Gators' comeback
attempt. One touchdown was off a
25 yard pass and the other a two
yard run.
White led the Gators offen-
sively with 72 yards rushing on,
three carries. Joe Green had nine
yards on one carry', and Vann had
five yards for five carries.
Vann led the defense with 12
tackles. Myron Vann followed with
10 tackles, Justin Miller had eight
tackles, and Shawn Voyles and
Blake Rish each had seven tack-
les.
Wewahitchka will host
Carrabelle Friday night for their
first district game of the season.
Score by Quarters
WEWA 0 7 7 0-14
FRPT 7 7 0 14 -- 28
STATISTICS
WEWA FRPT
First Downs 3 15
Rushes/Yds. 22/78 46/176
Passing Yards 17 143
Total Yards 95 319
Passes 2/11/0 9/12/0
Fumbles/Lost 0/0 3/1
Penalties/Yards 3/15 7/60
Punts 6/25 3/25

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The Gulf Rlile Club will hold
two separate pistol matches, a .22
RF bullseye match and a metalik
silhouette match on Saturday'
morning, September 12.
The bullseye match will start
at 9:30 a.m. and will consist of 90
shots fired at bullseye targets
placed 25 yards from the firing
line. The match will be divided
Into the following three stages,
slow fire, a timed fire, and rapid
fire, with 30 shots to be fired in
each stage. Almost any .22 FR
handgun may be used in this
match.
The silhouette match will fol-
low the completion of the bullseye
match and will consist of 40 shots
fired at metal targets placed at 40,
50, 75. and 100 yards from the
firing line. Suitable handgun cal-
ibers for this match include .22
RF., .22 Magnum. .38 Special,
.357 Magnum, and .44 Magnum.
All handgun shooters are
invited to participate in the
group's monthly matches.
Trophies for first through third
place will be awarded at every


match. For additional informa-
tion. please call 229-8421.
Last Saturday morning, the
Rifle Club held its monthly hi-
power rifle metallic silhouette and
smallbore metallic silhouette
matches. Attendance at the
matches has been steadily
Increasing, and there were 15
shooters for the smallbore match
and 12 for the hi-power one.
At the completion of the hi-
power match, three shooters were
tied for first place, with eight tar-
gets each. Houston Whitfield
claimed first place by winning the
tie-breaker. Robert Branch came
in second place, and Robert Gay
placed third.
Houston Whitfield also won
the smallbore match, with 31 tar-
gets. Sonny, Noyes. from Tyndall
Air :Force Base. placed second
with 30, and Robert Branch came
in third with 25.
All rifle shooters are Invited to
compete in these matches, which
are scheduled for the first
Saturday of every month.


Views On Dental Heafthl


FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.


Before Using


Denture Adhesive
. + tuev


If you wear a full denture,
it was made to fit precisely
and its shape should remain
permanent. But that, unhap-
pily, doesn't go for 'your
gums. A denture can loosen
eventually because of
changes in the gums and
bone supporting the denture.
If this happens .to you,
don't try to fix or adjust the
denture yourself. That is a
definite no-no! You could
damage the denture as well
as injure your gums.
In an emergency, you can
use a powder or paste den-
ture adhesive until you are
able to see the dentist. When
using an adhesive, clean


your denture twice a day and
rinse it well under lukewarm
water.
Before replacing the den-
ture in your mouth, clean any
adhesive from your mouth
with a damp gauze and rinse
with water. Don't keep adding
powder or paste to improve
the denture's fit. Used con-
stantly, denture adhesives
can mask infections and
cause bone loss in the jaw,
making construction of a new
denture difficult.

Prepared as a public service to pro-
mote better dental health. From the
office of FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.,
319 Williams Ave., Phone 227-1123.
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...See You at the iPole


who interceded for her people
before the Persian king to save the
Jews from destruction in 473 b.c.
(Esther 4:14).
Many students believe that
the threats in that ancient time
and the spiritual dangers facing
our nation today are worth com-
parison, prompting them to pray
to God as the Jews did in the
story of Esther.
The tragic shootings at high
school and junior high campuses
in the past school year, resulting
in the untimely deaths of more
than a dozen children and teach-
ers, highlight the danger students
face when they walk on the school


grounds each day.
many young people have
responded with renewed spiritual
fervor; 'the number of students
attending the daily prayer meet-
ings in Paducah, Kentucky, grew
from around 30 to more than 130
after a shooting incident on
December 1, 1997.
See You at the Pole is a stu-
dent-initiated and student-led
movement that began in Texas in'
1990 with a single church youth
group. The number of its partici-
pants grew to more than three
million by; 1997. Youth in all 50
states and more than 20 coun-,
tries on five continents participat-


Sept.


16


ted last year, including six
European countries. Reports were
also sent in from the Ivory Coast,
Turkey. Japan. Malaysia, Guam,
and Australia.
The visibility of See You at the
Pole--with so many teenagers
participating in the event-has
led to a greater awareness among
adults of the problems students
face at their schools every day.
in response, thousands of
churches are expected to recog-
nized and pray for Christian stu-
dents and educators during their
services on September 12 and 13,
the weekend before 'See You at the
Pole.


Seminar in the
Works at G/IF Center
Gulf Coast Community
College's Gulf/Franklin Center
and the Small Business
Development Center are in the
process of planning to offer a
hands-on computer course on the
software program, "QuickBooks
Pro 5.0 for Windows," starting
this Fall.


Topics covered at this 'semi-
nar will include payroll and taxes,
accounts receivable, accounts
payable, creating estimates, job
cost reports, bank accounts and
reconciliation, and many others.

In order to facilitate the plan-
ning, businesses in the communi-
ty are asked to indicate their level
of interest in this service by call-
ing the Gulf/Franklin Center at
227-9670 or SBDC at 271-1108.


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Beat the H

Don't stay at home if the heat
becomes unbearable. Senior citi-
zens are encouraged to come to:
the senior citizens centers in Port
ISt. 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.


Earl Packs A Punch

on Beaches
Hurricane Earl was only a category
onp storm, however, it brought a lot
of debris onto the beaches of Gulf
county. In the photos above, you
can see the debris from Earl piled up
along' the edge of Highway C-30, at
SDaUny Raffleld's home in Simmons
Bayou. The Raffield home is on the
bayfront of St. Joseph's Bay. In the
photo, above right, storm debris is
th Gulf County beaches, with a consid-
xperienced.
Thursday morning, and the surf is
area, shown at left. The rip rap placed
mp Hole by the Florida Department of
Trasprttin eptth mjoit of the-strm-suge --rm 2eroIng -


Transportation kept the majority of the storm surge from eroding the
highway. However, many of the rocks were moved, and there was some
damage to the roadway. If Earl had been a stronger storm, the rocks
probably would not have prevented the highway from being completed
lost again. The sand berms, constructed with FEMA funds after
Hurricane Opal in 1995, were completely obliterated by the pounding
surf.


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NEEDS YOUR HELP.


The Sites and Buildings Inventory Subcommittee has been charged with making a
list of 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 Inventory Form and Building
Inventory Form.

These forms are available at the locations shown below. If you own an available
industrial or commercial site(s) 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


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TOMMY PITrs (850) 229-8294
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Why Should I Wait?

When the Brady Bill passed, the main selling point of a 5-day wait-
ing period for the purchase of a handgun was to allow the authorities to
check the criminal background of prospective purchasers. The waiting
period was instittited for 5 years to allow the states to upgrade their crim-
inal history files so that they could be accessed and checked instanta-
neously while the seller was on the telephone to the authorities. Those
records have been updated and that 5.year 'period has expired. The
National Instant Record Check System (NICS) will become effective
November 30, 1998 as the 5-day wait expires.
Some big city politicians have used their influence in the
Constitutional Revision Commission to place Proposition 12 on the
November 3, 1998 general election ballot to create a five day wait AND
TWO instant record checks for gun purchasers in Florida. Why is it nec-
essary for us, as law abiding citizens, to wait additional time for no pur-
pose and undergo two criminal history checks for the same purpose?
Proposition 12 is' just another way for big city politicians to push
their weight around and exercise control over their citizens (or is it now
subjects?).
Other potential themes which should include a call for voting no on
prop 12 are:
McKay Doesn't Trust Floridians-the story of how Buddy McKay
wants background checks for ALL transfers of firearms, even private sales,
and how this means that McKay believes Floridians are presumed to be
criminals until they pass a background check.
Bad Judges Make High Crime-the story of how judges in Mayor
Penelas County and in many others depart from sentencing guidelines to
give LOWER sentences than recommended and how this practice is the
real reason for high crime rates.
Real Cause Of Crime-the story of how lenient judges release danger-
ous criminals into society to. prey on law abiding citizens and how they
are stopped by Florida's concealed weapons laws. (See Lott study)
During the debate over passage of the Brady Bill, proponents
acknowledged that the bill would probably have no affect on crime. They
did, however claim that it would save lives. Waiting periods have been in
effect for over 30 years in California. That state also has both an instant
criminal record check and a mental history check and requires all trans-
fers between private citizens to be processed by a firearms dealer. The fact
that in 1992 California ranked 4th in violent crimes per 100,000 popula-
tion in the nation, while both North Dakota and Vermont, with virtual-
ly no gun laws, ranked last and next to last in violent crimes per 100,000
population in the nation suggests the ineffectiveness of such schemes as
crime control measures.
The last published data indicates that Homicides in Florida declined
20% following enactment of the Florida Concealed Weapons Law. In
March of 1994, Federal officials announced that nationwide, the Brady
Law had prevented over 300,000 disqualified persons from purchasing
firearms from legitimate FFL dealers. They neglect to point out that most
were prevented from doing so by instant record check systems in effect in
numerous states and not by the waiting period. In addition, a great many
of those persons were denied the purchase based upon traffic tickets, fail-
ure to pay a traffic fine etc., which are not legitimate reasons for such
denial.
The Study Crime, Deterrence and Right-to-Carry Concealed
Handguns, by John Lott and David Mustard concluded that in those
states with "Right to Carry Concealed Handgun" laws, crime was signif-
icantly lower and declining. In addition, the study concluded that, if the
states which did not adopt the "Right-to-Carry" laws had done so in
1992, there would have been a reduction of at least 1,570 homicides and
over 4,177 rapes in those states alone. Thus, 5,747 people would not
have been victims of crime. Indeed it would have saved not just one life,
but many., Jhn P. Murnan THE UUTPIST
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before school starts on Wednesday,


More than three million
teenagers are expected to pray on
their campuses before school on
September 16, observing the
eighth annual See you at the
Pole-National )ay of Student
'Prayer.
See You at the Pole 1998 will
be held locally in front of Port St.
Joe High School at 7:30 a.m. and
in front of Faiti Christian School
at 8;05 a.m. The community is
urged to show their support for
this event.
The theme for See You at the
Pole 1998 is "For Such a Time as
This." The phrase refers to the
story of the Jewish queen, Esther,


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PAGE 2B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1998


Pick Yourself A Pet


These two dogs available at Gulf County Pound


Dogs and cats, if they are
taken care of and loved, can be
wonderful companions to people
of all ages, from children to the
elderly. If given a chance, they
can become an affectionate,
devoted member of the family. 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.
Many of these animals have
been abandoned and are simply
in need of a good home. There is a
variety of possible pets currently
being housed at the Gulf County
Pound. Among the animals up for
adoption right now are the follow-
ing:
Three adult cats (all fixed and
with their shots), two baby char-
coal-colored kittens, and one gray
tabby. Also at the pound right
now are a black and tan puppy, a
Walker hound, a liver-colored dal-
matian, a two year old black and ,
white schnauzer, a beautiful gold-


en retriever, two male labs (one
black, one white), two female 12
week old dalmatians, a large black
and white mutt (spayed with
shots).
If you are interested in any of
these animals, have any ques-
tions, or would like adoption
information, please call the Gulf
County Sheriffs Office at 227-
1115 and ask for Johnny Collins
or call the St. Joseph Bay
Humane Society at 227-1103.
A final note: If you love your
pet, take it to the vet and have him
or her neutered or spayed. This is
the easiest way that pet owners
can help end the stray dog and
cat problem.



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Distribution


The U.S. Department of
Agriculture surplus commodities
will be distributed to eligible area
residents on September 15 and
17. The foods will be distributed
at the Old Senior Citizen's
Building in Port St. Joe and the
Senior Citizen's Center in
Wewahitchka.
The distribution in St. Joe
will be held on Tuesday,
September 15, -from 1:00 until
3:00 p.m., ET. The distribution in
Wewa will be held on Thursday,
September 17, from 12:00 noon
until 2:00 p.m., CT.
Recipients must have a cur-
rent commodity card to receive
their commodities. There will be
no registration at the distribution
centers. Anyone who has ques-
tions concerning their eligibility
or who would' like to sign up
should call 229-9114, 639-5068,
or come by the commodity office
in the Gulf County Court House


Mini-Grants

Now Available

For Teachers

The Florida Farm Bureau
Federation is now offering ele-
mentary and middle school teach-
ers up to 8250 each to help them
incorporate agriculture into their
classroom instruction during the
1998/99 school year.

Any Florida classroom:
teacher, ,In,, grade' levels four;
through eight, is invited to apply.
This is the fourth year that the
FFB has offered the grants.
During the 1997/98 school year.
30 mini-grants were awarded.

"We have found that S250 can
go a long way In the hands of a
creative classroom teacher," said
FFBF President Carl B. Loop, Jr.'
Applications must be received.
at the Farm Bureau office Gaines-
ville by October 1. Winning pro-
posers will be notified by October
15.

To obtain an application, conr
tact the Florida Farmn Bureau
Federation Field Services
Division. P.O. Box 147030,:
Gainesville., FL 32614-7030, or


on Wednesday, September 16,
from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m., CT, to be
certified for commoditieS.
Any household whose gross
income is not in excess of the
state-established maximum per-
centage of the poverty line for the
appropriate household size or
who can prove its eligibility for
Food Stamps. Aid to Families with
Dependent Children (AFDC),
Supplemental Security Income
(SSI). or Medicaid Is eligible to
receive the USDA foods.
Documents accepted as proof
of eligibility include proof of eligi-
bility in the above programs. As
an alternative to providing such
documents, a household may
simply complete an application
giving total household income.'
Rules for acceptance and par-
ticipation in the program are the
same for everyone without regard
to race. color. national origin, age,
sex, or handicap.


phone (352) 378-8100, ext. 1030.
'or fax (352) 374 -1585. More infor-
mao'bn on:.the mihi-grant':.pro-
gram and requests for proposals
are also available on the FFB's
web site, located at http://www.
fb.com/fllb. t


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-
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-
Ing 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.


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,
JULY 28, 1998
WORKSHOP
The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners met this date in workshop
session with the following members pre-
sent: Chairman Warren J. Yeager, Jr. and
Commissioners Tommy Knox, Nathan
Peters, Jr., John Stanley, Jr., and Billy E.
Traylor 16:13 p m )
.mOthers present were. County Attorney
Timothy McFarland. Deputy Clerk Towan
McLemore, Administrator/Emergency Man-
agement Director Larr Wells 16 21 p m.l.
Solid Waste Director/E.D.C. Chairman Joe
Danford. South Gul" County E.M S.
Director Shane McGuffin (6.13 p.m ),
Veterans' Service Officer/S.H.I.P.
Administrator Bo Williams. and Sheriffs
Department Captain Joe Nugent. Also pre-"
sent were E D.C. IncenUves Committee,
members Boyd Pickett and Greg Johnson '
The meeting was called to order at
6:02 p.m., E.D.T. ,
TAX INCENTIVES FOR BUSINESS-
ES-Upon inquiry by Chairman Yeager.
E.D.C. member Greg Johnson stated that
the percentage of tax break should coincide
with the number of jobs provided by the
business. After discussion regarding word-
Ing to be placed on the ballot, the Board
requested that Attorney McFarland work
with the E.D.C. Incentives Committee tod.
draft proposed incentives plan for consid-'
ieration by the Board. and to develop the'
.wording (for Board approval at their next
regular meeting) for inclusion on the 1998
general election ballot.
There being no further business, the
meeting did then adjourn at 6-25 p.m.,.
E.D.T.
WARREN J. YEAGER, JR.. C CHAIRMAN
ATTEST. BENNY C. LISTER, CLERK
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
JULY 28, 1998
REGULAR MEETING
The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners met this date in regular
session with the following members pre-
sent: Chairman Warren J. Yeager, Jr. and
Commissioners Tommy Knox, Nathan
Peters, Jr., John Stanley, .Jr., and Billy E.
Traylor. .
Others present were: County Attorney
Timothy McFarland, Clerk Benny C. Lister.
Chief Deputy Clerk Douglas C.
Birmingham. Deputy Clerk Towan
McLemore Chief Administrator Dor, Buler.
Administrator, Emergency Management
Director Larry Wells. Building
Official/Assistant Planner Michael
Hammond. Emergency Management/911
*Coordinator Marshall Nelson, Mlosqulto
Control Department Secretary Sandy
Hobbs, Road Superintendent Bob Lester,
Solid Waste Director Joe Dariford, South
Gulf County E.M.S. Director Shane,
McGuffin. Veterans Serxice Officer, S.H.1 P
Administrator Bo Williams, Sheriffs
Department .Captain Joe Nugent, and
Deputy Sheriffs Buddy Cumble and James
Newsome.
The meeting was called to order at
7:00 p.m.. E.D.T
Administrator Wells opened the meet-
ing with prayer, and Chairman Yeager led
the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
CONSENT AGENDA / SUPPLEMEN-
TAL CONSENT AGENDA-Upon motion by
Commissioner Peters, second by
Commissioner Stanley. and unanimous
vote, the Board approved the Consent
Agenda and Supplemental Consent Agenda,
as follows: : '
CONSE AGENDA :
1. Minutes
July 14, 1998 Regular Meeting
July 20, 1998 Special Meeting
2. Court Order .
Payment to Stan Norred (#97-216-
CF/#97-217-CF Causey $310.75 to
be paid from Court Reporter: Circuit
Criminal: Transcript Fees Public
Defender Account #61015-33012)
3. Invoice
Agency for Health Care Administration
Medicaid (June, 1998 $3,403.49 to.
be paid from Welfare: Medicaid *
Account n52264-341001
Dames & Moore Airport Feasibility
Study (h040-06712 S2,000 00* to be
paid from Account #24942-31000)
4. S.H.I.P.
Down Payment Assistance
Brant ($4,125.00)
Owens ($11,615.00)
Ray ($11,615.00)
Willis ($3,036.60)
5. Recapitulation of 1997 Tax Roll
SUPPLEMENTAL CONSENT AGENDA:
1. S.H.I.P.
-, Satisfaction of Mortgage Mrs.
Geraldine Williams' Estate
1996-97 FINANCIAL AUDIT-T.
Michael Tucker, Certified Public
Accountant, appeared before the Board, to
report on the financial audit performed on
Gulf County for fiscal year 1997-98. He dis-
cussed several minor points of concern,
and stated that overall the County's book-
keeping system is exceptional. Upon
inquiry by Marion Hough regarding bid
amounts and financial disclosures, Mr.
Tucker reported that his office does check
those areas and has not found any major
issues of concern.
WORKER'S COMP HEARING ROAD
DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEE-Attorney
McFarland reported on workmen's compen-
sation hearings to be held regarding former
Road Department employee James
Purswell.
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS BREATH-
ING APPARATUSES/CASCADE SYSTEM
(SGCFD)-Upon motion by Commissioner
Peters, second by Commissioner Traylor,
and unanimous vote, the Board agreed to
advertise to receive sealed bids for four (4)
M.S.A. Emergency Breathing Apparatuses
and one (1) cascade system for South Gulf
County Fire Department.


INVOICES COUNTY ENGINEER-
Chief Administrator Butler presented the
following three (3) invoices from Preble-
Rish; Inc to. the Board, stating that these
are old Invoices which are due, but have
riot been paid 960833, Zoning & Flood
Maps. S600 00. Pay from Account #27015-
00000; 160865, Road Bond Paving,
8560.00: Pay from Road Bond 'Funds;
n60963. White City Boat Ramp, $862.50,
Pay from Account n21 111-31100.
Alter discussion and upon mouon by
Commissioner Knox, second by
Commissioner Traylor. and unarnimou_
vote. the Board approved pa-yment of these
Invoices from Preble-Rish. Inc
Chief Administrator Butler also
reported that Preble-Rish, Inc. did not
charge the County for the feasibility study
performed for 'hardening" of the Beaches
Fire Department Building Ithey found this
project not to be feasible).
PROPERTY HEALTH DEPART-
MENT-Chief Administrator Butler report-
ed that the State is ready to begin con-
struction of the new health department in
Gulf County. and the Board needs to pro-
ceed with purchasing the property as soon
as possible.'The Board requested that Chief
Administrator Butler check into the possi-
bility of obtaining a Rural Development
loan to purchase the property.
HEALTH. DEPARTMENT. RENOVA-
TION WEWAHITCHKA-Chief Adminis-
trator Butler stated that the Health
Department has requested that the Board
obtain a loan for renovauon of the facility In
Wewahitchka stating that the Health
Department can make S600 00-S00.000
payments each month. Upon discus-ion
regarding size of the building addluon and
the costs involved, the Board requested
that Chief Administrator Butler also
attempt to get a Rural Development L.-an.
ior this project : I
PRE-APPLICATION / RURAL DEVEL-
OPMENT-Chief Administrator Butler
reported on possible loans/grants available
through Rural Develupment for the pur-
chase of fire trucks, and requested permis-
sion to submit a preapplication for this
purpose (with assistance from the Clerk's
Office). Upon motion by Commissioner
Traylor, second by Commissioner Stanley,
and unanimous vote, the Board approved
this request.
COUNTY EMPLOYEES / GRASS-
CUTTERS' (UNION)-Chief Administrator
Butler reported that the following dhidu-
als signed-up for the grasscutter posluons.
Randy Sasser Road Department: Larry
Young Mosquito Control Department.
Randy Williams Mosquito Control
Department.
After discussion thai Larry Young has.
seniority for the Mosquito Control
Department job. Commissioner Traylor
motioned to hire Randy Sasser and Larry
Young for the grass-cutter positions (effec-
tie August 3. 19981. Commis-ioner Stanley
seconded the motion, and it passed unani-
mously.
INSURANCE QUOTES 1998-99-
'Chief Administrator Butler presented the
Following quotes for the Coun.ty's Insurance
policies for fiscal year 1998-994, stating that
this will be the last year that the renewal
opuon is available (vill hase to be bid next
Yearr: Florida League of Cities $81,305.00
(S8.777.00 decrease oer 97-98); Gaskin-
Graddy Ins. $18,259 24 LS983.04 increase
"over 97-98); Pat Thomas & Assoc.
$119,326.00 ($19,161.00 decrease over 97-
.'98). :' .
Commissioner Stanley motioned to,
accept these renewal quotes for insurance
coverage for 1998-99, and Commissioner
Traylor seconded the motion for discussion.
Alter discussion regarding the coverage for
1997-99. the motion passed unanimously.
AWARD BID COURTHOUSE TELE-
PHONE SYSTEM (BID #9798-18)-Upon
motion by Commissioner Peters, second by
Commissioner Traylor, and unanimous
vote, the Board awarded Bid #9798-18 for a
new telephone system for the Courthouse
to GT Corn (in the amount of $38,838&00),
as recommended by Chief Administrator
Butler Upon inquiry, the Board discussed
that the funds for this project are included
in the 1997- 98 budget.
PLANNING DEVELOPMENT REVIEW
BOARD-Upon motion by Commissioner
Traylor, second by Commissioner Peters,
and unanimous vote, the Board agreed to
hold a public hearing to consider a small
scale map amendment (St. Joe
Corporation/ 9.9 acres), as recommended
by the PDRB.
Chairman Yeager passed tie Chair to
Vice Chairman Knox, and motioned to
approve a preliminary plat for Dolphin Bay
to Beach subdivision (with a dolomite road),
as recommended by the PDRB. The motion
died for lack of a second, and Chairman,
Knox returned the Chair to Commissioner
Yeager. Commissioner Peters motioned to
deny the preliminary plat, and
Commissioner Stanley seconded the
motion. Upon discussion by Charles Costin
(Attorney for developer Ron Morrow), mem-
bers of the Board discussed that unpaved
roads should not be accepted. Chairman
Yeager stated that during the subdivision
ordinance process, it was discussed that
each road should be addressed individually
due to location. After discussion, the
motion passed 4 to' 1, with Chairman
Yeager voting no.
SOLID WASTE / LANDFILLS-Upon
motion by Commissioner Traylor, second by
Commissioner Stanley, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed for Solid Waste
Director Danford and Chief Administrator
Butler to work on acquiring property for
landfill expansion and developing long-
term plans for Gulf County's solid waste.
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS BRAKE
LATHE-Upon motion by Commissioner
Peters, second by Commissioner Traylor,
and unanimous vote, the Board agreed to
advertise to receive sealed bids for a brake


lathe for the Mosquito Control Department
(to be paid from grant funds).
MOSQUITO CONTROL DEPART-
MENT-Upon motion by Commissioner
Stanley. second by Commissioner Traylor.
and uinanimous vote, the Board agreed for
the Mosquito Control Department to pur-
chase 800 gallons of Malathion from
CheminoTa Isole source purchase).
WETAPPO C&D LANDFILL-Upon
motion b% Commissioner Traylor. second by
Commissioner Stanle,. and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed for the Chairman to
send a letter to the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection regarding redis-
tribution of funds being held in the,
County s landfill long-term care escrow to
allow for $71,000.00 of the funds to be des-
ianated for Wetappo C&D Landfill.
T.S. ALBERTO "BUY-OUT" PRO-
GRAM-Emergency Management Director
Wells reported that the closings on the first
fie 15) property buy-out' through the T.S.
Alberto Hazard MiuigaUon Grant Program
will be on .July 29th Upon Inquiry,. he
reported that Post. Buckley. Schuh &
Jernian. Inc provides the appraisals for
these properties.
S.H.I.P. PROGRAM-S.H.I.P. Admin-
istrator Williams reported that. Mrs.
Geradmine Williams passed, away before her
S.H I P loan was finalized, and the Board-
agreed to give a Satisfaction of Mortgage to
her estate. :,
VETERANS' SERVICE OFFICE-,
Upon inquiry by Marion Hough regarding a
program for' widows of service members,
Veterans Service Officer Williams dis-
cussed this program and stated that he will
provide further information to Ms Hough
SAULS CREEK ROAD-Emergency
Management Coordinator Nelson reported
that he had not received an answer regard-
ing the 12 1 ,'2"'.. funding from the State for.
ihe Sauls Creek Road Project or on the
other D S R s from the flooding "' '
BOUNDARY LINES FORBES
ISLAND-Upon inquiry by Commissioner
Peters regarding the Forbes Island bound-
ary change. Attorney McFarland reported
that he is sull researching possible ramifl-
cations to Gulf County- ,
COUNTY ROAD 5-Upon inquiry by
Commissioner Peters. Chairman Yeager
reported that he met with Clay Smallwood
il,- St Joe Corporaurini and a road right-of-
way easement can be given locally for prop-
erty on County Road 5, and he also report-
ed that he met with Phil!lp McMillian (of
Neal Land & Timber) and they will give an
easement as well Upon discussion by Chief
Administrator Butler regarding the need to
"straighten" certain parts of the road,, the
Board agreed for him to. get with the
Attorr.ey to draft the easements.
SAULS CREEK ROAD-Upon inquiry
by Commissioner Peters, Emergency
Management Coordinator Nelson reported
that Representauve Wesibrook sent a-letter
to the State Division of Emergency
Management, interceding on behalf of Gulf
County for funding.
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE / TRAV-
EL-Commissioner Peters discussed that
the Board and other elected officials have
been invited to participate in a tour of
Tyndall Air Force Base on July 30th, stat-
ing that he will be attending
TOURIST DEVELOPMENT "BED"
TAX-Commissioner Knox discussed that
the next steps to be taken regarding adop-
tion of a "bed" tax for Gulf County will be to
adopt a resolution, of support and to
appoint a Tourist Development Committee.
He requested that each Commissioner con-
sider potential members to be appointed at
the next Board meeting.
WHITE CITY BOAT RAMP-
Commissioner Knox discussed the possibil-
ity of constructing a second boat ramp (to
the left of the existing ramp) at White City
Park, and motioned to use the $7,000.00 in
Boating Improvement Funds for this pro-
ject. Commissioner Traylor seconded the
motion for discussion. After discussion
about the boat ramps at Gaskin Park,
Overstreet, and Highland View,
Commissioner Traylor withdrew his second
and Commissioner Knox withdrew his
motion.
GASKIN PARK BOAT RAMP-Upon
discussion by Commissioner Stanley about
the problems at the Gaskin Park boat
ramp, the Board agreed for him to obtain
cost estimates for rip-rap and for a new
wall and bring the estimates back to the
Board for consideration.
COURTHOUSE EMPLOYEE-Com-
missioner Stanley discussed the accident
involving Clerk's Office employee Beverly
Daniels, stating that she is in everyone's
thoughts and prayers.
FIRE HYDRANTS HONEYVILLE-
Upon discussion regarding placement of
the fire hydrants in the Honeyville area, the
Board requested that Chief Administrator
Butler contact Gerald Shearer to see if he
will be agreeable to working overtime on
Saturday (with assistance) to install the
hydrants.
PROPERTY TAX SHORTFALL -
STATE LOAN-Upon inquiry by Chairman
Yeager, Clerk Lister reported that the loan
application (for the no-interest loan avail-
able through the Department of Revenue
for Counties affected by property tax short-
falls due to lawsuits) had not yet been
received.
PLANNING/BUILDING DEPART-
MENT EMPLOYEE-Chairman Yeager dis-
cussed the need for assistance in the
Planning/Building Department due to the
increased workload from building construc-
tion and comprehensive planning. He stat-
ed that with an additional employee, Chief
Administrator Butler would be available to
do the administrative portion of the job.
Chairman Yeager then passed the Chair to
Vice Chairman Knox, and motioned to
advertise to hire a Building
Official/Assistant Planner through Job
Services. Commissioner Traylor seconded


the motion and. after discussion by mem-
bers of the Board that they would like to
hold a workshop regarding this matter.
before adverusing a job. the motion failed 3
to 2. with Commissioners Traylor and
Yeager %oting yes Chairman Knox then'
returned the Chair to Commissione'r.
Yeager. The Board agreed to hold a meeting
on Monday. August 3, 1998.at 5:00 p.m.,.
E D.T. to discus's this Issue
The meeung recessed at 8:53 p.m.,'
E.D.T '
The meeting reconvened at 9:10 p.m.,
E.D.T. '
COUNTY INSURANCE 1998-99-.
Upon advice by Attorney McFarland.
Commissioner Knox motioned to accept the-
following quotes for the County s Insurance.,
policies for fiscal year 1998-99. stating that
this will be the last year that the renewal
option is available (will hate to be bid next '
year): Florida League of Clties S 81.305 00.
(S8.777.00 decrease over 97-98). Gaskin-
Graddy Ins. S 18.259.24 (S 983 04 increase
over 97-91): Pat Thomas & Assoc
Si 19.326.00 IS19.161 00 decrease over 97-
981.
Commissioner Stanley seconded the .
motion, and It passed 4-0. with'
Commissioner Travlor abstaining
ROAD PAVING / TIME LIMIT- -
Marion Hough appeared before the Board
to present three (3) proposed motions
which she requested that they make and.
after discussion, Commissioner Peters
mouoned 'to require Preble-Rish. Inc. to
submit to public records and to this Board
of County Commissioners, the' "DESIGN
PLANS" associated with the.. Road,Bond..
Paving Project Number 00340. containing
their CERTIFICATION as required by law
(F.S. 336.045(4)1. Commissioner Stanley"
seconded the motion, and it passed 4 to 1.
with Commissip.ner Knox votung nf1 Upon -
discussion by Marion Hough regarding
another proposed' mouon: Commissioner
Knox motioned to adjourn, : and!
Commissioner Traylor seconded the
motion. After discussion. Commissioner
Traylor withdrew his second.- and
Commissioner Knox withdrew his mobUon.
Commissioner Traylor then motioned to
place,a 5-minute time limit on discussion
by members of the public, and
Commissioner Knox seconded the mouon
After discussion by members of the Board
regarding a time limit, Alfred Cutchin stat- .
ed that the County should not pave County
Road 5 (because of the high cost to Guilf
Count',. and It will only benefit Bay County''
residents). Marilyn Blackwell also,'dis'-'
cussed the poor condiuon of some of the-
roads paved in the County. After discus-
sion. the motion failed 3 to 2, with
Commissioners Knox and Traylor toting'
yes. Members of the Board further dis-
cussed that issues brought before the
Board (for which the, Board's opinion may ;
differ) should be taken elsewhere. '-
There being no further business and&
upon motion by Commissioner Traylor. sec-
ond by Commissioner Knox, and unani-
mous vote, the meeting did then adjourn at.
10:00 pm E.D.T.
WARREN J. YEAGER, JR., CHAIRMAN'
ATTEST: BENNY C. LISTER, CLERK '.

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
AUGUST 3, 1998
SPECIAL MEETING
The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners met this date in special'
session with the 'following members pre-''.
sent:' Chairman Warren J. Yeager, Jr. and
Commissioners Tommy Knox, John;
Stanley, Jr., and Billy E. Traylor.
absent>. ....
Others present were: Deputy Clerk,'
Towani McLemore. Chief Administrator Don
Butler,; Administrative Assistant Debbe
Wibberg, Building Official/Assistant"
Planner Michael Hammond, and Solid.
Waste Director Joe Danford.
The meeting was called to order at.
6:40 p.m., E.D.T.
GRANT COX ASSOCIATES-Upon
motion by Commissioner Traylor, second by:
Commissioner Stanley, and unanimous (4-
0) vote, the Board agreed to send letters of'
support for Cox Associates (in reference to,
their grant application, to renovate the.
Apalachicola Northern Railroad Building).
WHITE CITY BOAT RAMP-Commis-'
stoner Knox discussed a proposed bass,
tournament which would be held at the:
White City Park in September, 1999, and,
motioned to obligate $6,800.00 (Boating,;
Improvement Projects: Improvements Other'
Than Buildings Account #26872-63000),
to construct another boat ramp..
Commissioner Traylor seconded the motion
for discussion and, after discussion that
this is not the Boating Improvement Funds,'
received from the State ($7,000.00) and''
that the Gaskin Park boat ramp needs to be
repaired, the motion passed unanimously'
(4-0).
PLANNING / BUILDING DEPART-
MENT EMPLOYEE-Upon discussion by
the Board that an additional employee is
needed for the Planning/Building.
"Department, Commissioner Knox motioned
to advertise to hire a Building
Official/Assistant Planner, with the salary
being negotiable ($25,000.00 -
$34,000.00). Commissioner Traylor sec-
onded the motion, and it passed unani.
mously (4-0). Chairman Yeager directed
Chief Administrator Butler to coordinate
the application process with Job Services,
and advertise the notice in the newspaper.
There being no further business and
upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
ond by Commissioner Knox, and unani-
mous vote, the meeting did then adjourn at
7:10 p.m.. E.D.T.
WARREN J. YEAGER, JR., CHAIRMAN
ATrEST: BENNY C. LISTER, CLERK


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TRAVEL Sj
OMu 'ITHE FH, AAA, an
Don't drive after consuming
.in your vehicle is buckled upp
.'Don't drive when you.are -tir
!iObserve and obey posted spe
'ake a break every few hours
Listen to books on tape, esp
They can help keep you alert
S:.Have:'your -car checked out
^ ,mechanic before you leave ho
:* Keep your gas tank full, your
Sand your windows up.
Dial *FMP from your cellular
or if you observe a drunk-dri
Don't pick up hitchhikers.
Pack a flashlight, fire extingu
'* Avoid confrontations with ag


Business Seminar
in Panama City
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege and the Small Business
Development Center will offer a
seminar, entitled "Steps to Start-
ing Small Businss," on Tuesday.
September 15, from 1:30 to 4:30
p.m., CT, at the Bay County
Small Business Incubator, located
at -2500 Minnesota Avenue in
,4 Lynn Haven. ,
Are you', compatible virth
small business ownership?- Is
your idea feasible? Topics also
include a discussion on organiza-
tional requirements and licensing
for a small business In Florida,
personal financial assessment,
credit checks, defining who is
your. customer, location consider-
ations, and employee require-
ments. Active audience participa-
tion is required.
Reservations may be made by
paying a S 15.00 registration fee in
advance at the Incubator. For
more information, call the SBDC
at 271-1108. For information on
al' SBDC seminars, check their
web site at http://nt.gc.cc.fl.us/
sbdc.

High School
Girls to Meet
All girls in grades nine
through 12. from Port St. Joe and
Wewahitchka High School, who
are Interested in taking fun field
S trips and participating in other
interesting activities should meet
at- ,Gulf Coast Community
SCotlege's Gulf/FaklindCent'er on
Tuesday, September 15, at 7:30
p.m., ET, in room A 101.
Margaret Ellmer and Dawn
SAlcorn will be sponsoring the
group's activities. During this first
meeting, the girls will take a tour
of the new Gulf/Franklin Center
S and use the computers in the
Career Lab.
'Mrs. Ellmer and Mrs. Alcorn
are, volunteering their time to
serve as mentors to high school
girls in order to help them become
more aware of career opportuni-
ties and develop self-confidence.


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alcohol, and make sure everyone By Madge Semmes
-- : .' h avGulf County sixth graders
'. -1 ',' :'-, '.;": -' ...'' have begun a new crime preven-
ed... tion program that is unique and
eed limits. we hope will be a life long experi-
s. Walk around and stretch, ence.
-. youd ae dri This program involved many
specially if you are driving alone, people and much planning. Supt.
S- Alford of Gulf Correctional
va qualified mInstitution permitted the sixth
,by a qualifid graders to tour the uninhabited
ome. West Unit of the compound.
r doors locked, Teresa Kent from G.C.I. was most
helpful in carrying out our wishes
phone if you become stranded and seeing that everything
r phone f you become stranded worked as planned.
ver or other highway incident. Others who assisted in mak-
ing plans were: Judge Robert
isher, and first ad kit. Moore; Mike LaPlant and Don
sher, and first aid kit. Washabaugh from Juvenile
;gressive drivers. Justice; Carolyn Rish. principal of
S Port St. Joe Middle School:
Debbie Baxley. Wewahitchka


Reminder to


OAll Motorists


The Florida Highway Patrol:'
would like to remind motorists of,
the traffic regulation governing in
operative traffic signals at inter-.
sections due to power outages or,
mechanical malfunction/fallure.
These situations usually occur
during times of severe weather
conditions, such as thunder
storms and hurricanes.
Motorists approaching an
intersection with an inoperative
traffic signal (red light) are,


Preschool

Storytime
The Gulf County Public
Library,. located at 110 Library
Drive (courthouse complex) in
Port St. Joe, will offer a "Preschool
Storytime" for children ages three
to five every Tuesday afternoon,
beginning this week and continu-
ing through November 17.
The 30-minute programs
begin at 2:00 p.m., and incorpo-
rate props, flannel boards, poems
and music. Refreshments will also
be served. Ms. Debi will be con-
ducting the programs.
Adults and younger children
accompanying the child are free
to browse, but are asked to
ret ain In the library during the','
' program. Parents'are encouraged
to select books for their child to
check out. Please call the library
at 229-8879 to register your child
or to get more information.


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required by Florida Statute
816.1235 to treat the intersection
the same as they would a four-
way st6p intersection. Motorists
should be mindful that the major
roadway through an intersection
does not give the motorists on
that roadway precedence over
traffic on the other intersecting
roadwayss. The four-way stop
rule applies during traffic signal"
failure. ,
Please drive carefully and-
arrive aliveL


sixth grade teacher; Regina
Washabaugh, Tobacco Coordi-
nator; and, Madge Semmes,'
retired sixth grade teacher.
Plans for the year include:
visiting- Judge Moore's Teen
Court; viewing a video of a Boot
Camp; listening to speakers and
groups on gangs, drugs, and
tobacco; entertainment such as
skits, posters and maybe a little
rap.
We wish every student in the
state would visit a prison com-
pound. It is our hope their experi-


FHP License and
Vehicle Checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver license
and vehicle inspection check-.
points from September 11th
through 17th on SR-69 near CR-
274. CR-22 near CR-22-A. and
SR-71 near Chlpola Street.
SRecognizing the danger pre-
.-.nted to the public by defective
,.+vehicle equipment, troopers will
concentrate their efforts on vehi-
.'ales being operated with defects
such as bad brakes, worn tires
and defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be
directed to drivers who would vio-
late the driver license laws of
Florida.
The patrol has found these
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the equipment
and driver license laws of Florida
ensuring the protection of all
motorists. '


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Wewahitchko Elementary

School News .

By Linda Whitfield


Meet Tonya Boswell, Third Grade
Teacher
onya Boswell, the daughter
of Lester and Rita Boswell, was
born in Bonifay. She has one sis-
ter and one brother. Tonya was
graduated from Bonifay High
School and received her BA
degree from Troy State University.
Tonya enjoys all water sports
and deep-sea fishing.. Tonya said
she had traveled to the two places
she had always wanted to go and
that was Hawaii and the
Bahamas. .
Tonya said, "I love being at
WES. The people are so friendly
and helpful. They already treat
me like family." Before getting her
degree in education, Tonya
worked four years for a cardiolo-
gist doing EKG's and working
with patients. We are happy that
Tonya is a new part of WESi!!

"Student of the Week" is Sixth
Grader Tabitha Daniels
Debbie Baxley chose the 11
year old daughter of Wanda and
Johnny Daniels, as her, choice for
"Student of the Week". Tabitha
loves to swim and she, likes to
hang out with her friends. espe-.
cially Jessica Price and Carol
Myers.
Tabitha would like to be a
teacher when she grows up
because she likes school. Some of
her favorites are:' t.v. show,
"Rugrats", color, blue; and song.
"My Heart Will Go On". .'
Tabitha would like 'to visit
New York one day. She says,
"School is fun because all of my
teachers are nice." Congratula-
tions to you. Tabitha. you will
receive a large pizza free compli-
iments of Will McLemore of Dixie
.Dandy.

Oops! Vague Pronoun!
Ilthe article last week about"'
"who had the oldest car at
school". I said that "both our chil-
dren are in pharmacy school". I
didn't mean both MY children.
but rather one of Dr. Tillis' chil-





rtruth


I My job was to go around
and ask people to sign a petition
asking area restaurants to
become smoke free. For about.
three and a half hours. I walked
around and asked people to
sign. About 80')o of the people
that signed it believed that it
was a good idea, while the other
20% seemed offended that 1
would ask.
I explained to many that felt
accosted that the purpose of
smoke free dining ,was not
meant to take away their "con-
stitutional" right to smoke, it
was meant to prevent the non-
smokers around them from
ingesting harmful second-hand
smoke.
Throughout the day, many
smokers signed the petition.
They said that they didn't mind
not smoking in restaurants.
These people had the common
decency to realize that their bad
habit could hurt another per-
son.
Many people who smoke
believe that they are only hurt-
ing themselves. What they don't
know is that they are also hurt-
ing their loved ones and people
they don't even know.
Smoking should be banned
in all restaurants because
although smokers have the right
to smoke, they do not have the.
right to endanger the people
around them. If you have any
questions or comments write to:
truth, c/o Joe Robinson, 228
8th Street, Port' St. Joe, FL'
32456.


dren and one of MY children!
Soup!
WES is and always has been
a caring type school. The other
day in computer class,' right
before school let out early for
Hurricane Earl, aide Nicki Little
remarked to her class, "This is
soup weather. When I go home,
I'm gonna make a big pot of
homemade soup."
Little Jimmy Hammond said,
"I love soup." When Miss Nicki
came back to school on Friday,
she; had brought Little Jimmy a
big bowl of soup. You should have
seen his smile!
Fourth Grade Teachers Thank All
Parents
To all of you who helped with
the first "Fun Friday" of the year,
Linda Lawrence, Bill Carr, and
Kim Whitfield would like to say a
big "Thank You". I'll let you khow
later how much money they made
for Space Camp, but I imagine it
was a lot. It was one of the hottest
days ever. In fact, it was so hot,
ice refills couldn't be brought fast
enough!,:



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News Column


Faith Christian School

The first three weeks are now
behind us and the routine Is set.
Though a little inconvenienced by
"Earl" last Thursday, all of our
students fared wel) and wve Back
,,,,to the grind 6ri, Friday. "

Though anxious for a long
weekend with nothing to do, a
number of our faculty and par-
ents volunteered to work in out
booth for the Scallop Festival last
Saturday. We appreciate Cara
Johnson's work in heading, up.
this project and a big "Thank You"
to those.who sat in the heat dish-
ing and "scooping our snowcones
and selling water.
Progress reports should have
been in the hands of the students
on Wednesday. Parents, if your
'child in grades five to 12 is aver-
aging 76 or lower, you will receive
one ofthese reports to encourage
your child to work a little harder..
Beginning Tuesday, Septem-
ber 14, the Beta Club will be sell-
ing hot dogs on Tuesdays.
Students, just bring your money
that day; Prices will be posted at
school. Thanks, Beta Club, for all
your hard work .
And finally, just a reminder
from God's word, "And without
faith it is impossible to please
Him, for he who comes to God
must believe that He is, and that
He is a rewarder of those who
seek Him." Hebrews 11:6


GED Test to be
Given in Sept.
The GED Test will be given
through the Gulf County Adult
School on September 22nd and
23rd. Testing will begin promptly
at 8 a.m. on Tuesday and at 8
a.m. on Wednesday. The test will
be given at the Gulf County Adult
School, located at 2855 Long
Avenue in Port St. Joe.
Registration will be held
September 14th through 12 noon
on Monday, September 21st at
the Gulf County Adult School; ask
for Merri Christie. Registration fee
is $40, cash or money orders
only.
They offer GED preparation
along with the regular adult edu-
cation program. You will need to
remediate prior to taking the test.
Stop in now to enroll. If you have
any more questions, please call
227-1744 and ask for Merri
Christie.




I ''I e


from Highland View Elemer


ntary School


1998-'99
With Hurricane Earl come
and gone, I hope everyone had
a safe and enjoyable holiday.
Friday evening proved that the
storm didn't put a damper on
our school spirit. With the
Sharks hosting their first
home game, the stands were
filled with eager fans.
Congratulations to the
varsity football team on its
victory Friday night. They
defeated Chattahoochee 50-6.
This Friday night, September
11th, at 7:30 p.m., ET, the
Sharks will play at home
against Sneads. Everyone
come out and support our
team.
The junior varsity football
team \will open its season at


By: Donna Thomas


home this Thursday,
September 10th against the
Blountstown Tigers. Everyone
come out and show your sup-
port.
Any junior and senior
wanting to take the ACT on
October 24th-the deadline to
register is September 18th;.
Registration packets can be
picked up in the guidance
office.
SENIORS--cap and gowns
will be ordered on September
19th from 8:00 to 12:00 in the
Student Activity Room. The
total price, is S35.00. (This,
also includes senior dues.)
Invitations will be ordered in
October.
Everyone have a great
week!


Traci Gaddis


Dates to Remember ...
September 9th, Progress Reports
were sent home; make, sure you:
see your child's!
Did You Know?. .'
September 8th-Pledge of
Allegiance was publishedin 1892:
11th-Grandparents Day; 14th-
Star-Spangled Banner was writ-,
ten by Francis Scott Key: and
25th-Good Neighbor Day.
Thank You to Marge"
Prange, school psychologist for
Gulf County Schools for the mini
inservice program for our teach-
ers on "Pre-Referral Strategies
and Procedures".
This reviewed ways and
means before a teacher or child
study group recommends that a
student be evaluated for problems
that result in his/her not being
able to learn as readily as anoth-.
er student given same age/grade
within a means. Lots of good ideas
were shared.
Family Project Coastal
Clean-Up will be held the week of.
September 15th through the 28 i
with the actual day being
September 19th. This is a good
family, individual, or community
project for you and your family to
participate in especially after
Earl hit the coast.
When there was money avail-'
able for field trips, schools took
their kids on field trips to clean,,
but that funding is nrio longer
available. So, please give though
of going as a family, group or indi-
vidual to pick .up the trash ..
plastic, rags, etc. :. but, riot
wood and heavy objects.
You can get free bags, a card'
sheet and, pencil from Paula
Boone or Coach Eells at Highland
View Elementary or call 647-5031
or 229-8730.
Congratulations to the
fourth and fifth grade Rock-A-
Thoners who acquired over
$1,000 in donations and still have
to collect their pledges.
Volunteer in Education .
Traci Gaddis has volunteered






Principal I

of

W wahitchka

High School 1
by Larry A. Mathes


One game down, nine to go.
The Gators showed improvement
Friday night while losing, to
Freeport 28-14, which wasn't bad
considering the interrupted prac-
tices last week. Now we must get.
ready for Carrabelle this Friday
night at 7:00 p.m. at Gator Field.
The Panthers' first game was can-,
celled due to the weather prob-..
lems.
Our JV opens Thursday night
at 6:00 p.m. against Greensboro.
Come out and see the younger
Gators-they'll be the varsity in a
couple of years.
Volleyball opens with three
away matches starting September
8, 9, and 10. The first home
match is the 15th with
Rutherford at 4:00 p.m.
Progress reports should be in
your hands by now-if you
haven't, seen one, ask your stu-
dent what happened to it. We do
have copies, if all else fails.
Have a good weekly


her talents teaching g art to stu-
dents at Highland View
Elementary for the last seven
years. She began sharing her time
once a month and now comes
every two weeks to share her
knowledge and artistic talents in
drawing, clay forming, ceramics,
and other art mediums that inter-
est kids.
Traci is ,a 1974 graduate of
Port St. Joe, High School where
she still keeps close ties. especial-
ly with the basketball team. For
the past fours years. she has been
their "Team Mom", as they call
her., supporting, consoling, and
making towels for them. She is,
known as their "Number l" fan.
Traci -and her husband of 24
years, Carry, have three children,
Stephanie, 21, Jennifer, 18. and
Stephen, 14. and reside in Mexico-
Beach. She is known as "The First
Lady" of Mexico Beach as her
husband is mayor of that, city.
She :also attends and. teaches
Sunday. School at Oak Grove.
Assembly of God Church.
Tracl's hobbies include writ-
ing articles for The Star and the
Panhandle Beacon and enjoying
her cross-stitching.


PORT ST. JOE
ELEMENTARY
) SCHOOL


BULLDOG NEWS

"Students Of The Week"
Congratulations to our
"Students of the Week". Hayley
Smith, Miranda Kilbourn. Morgan
Peak, Francie Burgess. Jimmy
Curry, Quinnden Williams and
Terry Williams.
Open House
Our annual "Open House"
and election of PTO officers will be
Thursday, September 10 (tonight)
at 7:00 in the auditorium. All par-
ents are encouraged to attend.
Progress Reports
Progress reports for the first
grading period were sent home on.
Wednesday, September 9. If you
would like to schedule, a
parent/teacher conference, please
call 227-1221.
General Mills Box Tops
Our school is once again col-
lecting General Mills box tops.
Please send these to the school.
Volunteers Needed
Our volunteer program is
underway. If you would like to
volunteer, please contact Cindy
Belin at 227-1221.
Ice Cream
The lunchroom will now be
selling ice cream during break for
50 cents.
Fall Break
School will not be held on
October 12, 13, and 14.
Volunteer Spotlight
Our .volunteer spotlight for
the week is on Vickie Scheffer.
Vickie volunteers in the kinder-
garten and likes -watching our
future grow and develop. Teach
them well and let them lead the
way.
Her hobbies include art,
music, nature, science and litera-
ture. She attended Port St. Joe
Elementary, Junior and Senior
High Schools. We're glad she
found her way back to Port St. Joe
Elementary School. Thanks,
Vickie!!


By: Susan Ellmer
We have several new items
that will be of interest to parents.
First, a letter concerning the elec-
tion of the School Advisory
Council was sent home with your
student on September 8. If you.
did not receive a letter, or would
like more information, please call
the school office at 227-3211.
Also sent home with your
child on Wednesday. September
9, 'was a progress report. If you
did not receive such a report, or
would like to schedule a confer-
ence. please call the school office
at 227-3211.
There' will' be ; an ''"Open-
House" on Monday. September
14, where you \wi have a chance
to meet your child's teacher and
visit their classroom. The assem-
bly will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the
Commons Area.
Also, following the Open
House general assembly, there
will be a short organizational
meeting of 'the Parent-Teacher-
iStudent Organization. Come to

Begin Plans for
PSJ 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 1999!
A meeting has been sched-
uled to begin. at 6:00 p.m. on
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.


Open House and become an
actUve participant in your child's:
education.
Other news of interest-
includes football on Thursday,'
September 10. The seventh grade.
team will play Chipley's seventh
graders at Sharl Stadium at 6:00,
while our eighth grade team will
travel to Blountstown for a game,
also beginning at 6:00 ET.
Congratulations to our
"Students of the Week". In sixth
grade they are Aaron Little and
Anina Salzer. Brittany Crocker
and B. J. Pierce are the seventh
grade choices, and Cheyne Todd
"and 'Aaron Watson represent the
eighth grade. Each of yoM6 mianke
us very proud. Keep up the goof
work!

SGulf County Schoo0s
Lunch Menu
SEPTEMBER 14-18, 1998

MON- Hot Dog, Tater Tots,
Peas, Hardy Bar arid Milk.
TUES- Oven Fried Chicken,
Mashed Potatoes, Green
Beans, Mixed Fruit, Roll and
Milk.
WEDS- Sloppy Joe, French
Fries, Banana, Spice Cake andc;
Milk.
THURS- Nachos & Cheese,
Spanish Rice, Peaches, Italian
Bread and Milk.
FRI- Sausage Pizza, Tossed
Salad, Pears, Bread Sticks and
Milk.
MENUS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE
TO AVAILABILITY OF FOOD PRODUCTS.


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The Bible is the book for
Christians. In Matthew 4:4
we find, "It is written man
shall not live by bread
alone, but by every word
that proceeds from the
Oliver F. Taylor mouth of God."
Visitation Minister, First We search the scriptures
United Methodist Church for God's word for us in
today's world. This is the
primary source for Christians seeking guidance in
.our lives.
More people need to read the Bible. Too often
'people think they are authorities on the Bible
without reading it. Daily devotionals and Bible
reading help to shape our lives. Many people need
, more discipline to maintain a daily structure
'devoted to our relationship to God. A well used
-Bible is a great asset in our lives. Christians can-
not live on bread alone. Let us seek God's word.


Attend Services This Week!




The Port St.)oe community is

S invited. to a farewell reception '

l to be held in honor of


SFather Thorn Crandall

Fr of St.Joseph's Catholic Church.

i. t Will be held on Sept. 13th in St. .

os 5.ep 5 Paris5 H all fromr. 2 to 4
k :' o'clock li the afternoon.. .




H BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
311 Columbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
SA LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
MORNINGG WORSHIP 11:00 AM ET EVENING WQRSHI 6: PM ET
Cur Sol.al .Sunday School. 9:45 am ..... ..
L Wed. Night at7_0 piff.(Ybuth Group Meering, Bible Study & Prayer. Meeting
'0 taste and see that the Lord is good: 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 647-502 -



First Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
i,. ,Church Office 227-1493 Gus Carpenter, Pastor
Sunday Schol . . . . 9:45 a.m.
'. 'Sunday oNf ning worshipi p ... . 11:00.a.m.
Sunday Ei'ng Serice .. . . 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday . .. 7:00p.m.
SWe Invite You to Come
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us



First 'United Methodist Church
11 1 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. (ET)
++ + Sunday School 9:45
+* + lST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (C T)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor


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Discover God's love!
Everyone welcome 'J

Long Avenue
BAPTIST CHURCH
'.1601 Long Avenue PFrt St. 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


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1998 PAGE 5B


SGI Methodist Church Will Hold Workshops


The St. George Island
Methodist Church will be spon-
soring two days of spiritual work-
shops this fall, featuring Rev.
Patricia D. Brown, a noted leader
of congregational spirit formation
workshops and retreats through-
out the country.
The "SpiritGifts Workshops,"
for both men and women, will be
conducted by Rev. Brown on
Monday, September 14, and
Tuesday, September 15, from
7:00 to 9:00 p.m., at the
Methodist Church, located at 201
East Gulf Beach Drive on St.
George Island.
Also on Tuesday, September
15, a workshop for women only,
entitled "Heart to Heart: Spirit
Works for Women," will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Brown and will


include a luncheon at a cost of
$5.00.
Patricia Brown serves, as the
Director of Spiritual Formation
for the Florida Conference of the
United Methodist Church. She
has worked as a pastor of seven
congregations, ,both rural and
urban, and as a chaplain to two
major medical centers.
"Trish" Brown is a much
sought after teacher, preacher,
and worship leader. She is the
'author of six books, including
Learning to Lead from Your
Spiritual Center, SpiritGifts, One
Spirit, and 365 Affirmations for
Hopeful Living.
She has traveled to six conti-
nents through her work as
Executive Director of Mission
Evangelisms with the Global


Homecoming at


HV Baptist Church


Highland View Baptist
Church will hold its 19th Annual
Homecoming Celebration on
September 13, wIth services
beginning at 10:00 a.m., ET, in
the sanctuary. There will be no
Sunday school that morning.
Following the service, a covered
dish lunch will be served at noon
in the fellowship hall. The after-
noon services will begin at 1:30
p.m.
Howard Browning, Associa-
tional Missionary of the North-
west Coast Baptist Association.
will be the guest speaker for the
morning service, and the Florida
Melody Boys will be ministering
through music in the afternoon.
The. church is located on the
comer of Ling Street and Cobia
Avenue in Highland View. All for-
mer members, pastors, and
friends are invited to worship and
enjoy this exciting day as God is
praised for all that he is doing in
the church. A nursery for babies
and children through age three
will be provided.

Special Se


at Dalkeit
Israel Cohen, a representative
of'Chosenl People Ministries, will
be' speaking at -the Dalkei&r-
Baptist Church on Sunday,
September 13. during the 10:30
a.m. (CT) worship service. His will
be making a presentation entitled.
The Fall Feasts of Israel."
Chosen People Ministries is
on the forefront of Jewish evange-
lism. The ministry began in 1894
when Rabbi Leopold Cohn came .
to believe that Jesus was the
Messiah of Israel. Beginning in
Brooklyn, Rabbi Cohn sought to
share the good news with his own
people. Since that time, hundreds
of Chosen People workers have
shared the gospel message of sal-
vation in Jesus with Jewish peo-
ple around the world.
A lvre offering will be taken,
during, the. service. For more
information, please contact


Annual Women's
Day Observance
Victory Temple First Born
Holiness Church 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 ''f
Tallahassee, and the speaker at
6:30 p.m. will be missionary Lula
Williams of Mt. ; Calvary
Missionary Baptist Church of
Panama City. Pastor Gathers and
the congregation extend a warm
invitation to each of you.


Howard Browning
... Guest Speaker


rice


h Baptist
Pastor John Clenney at 639-
5559. -Dc-et

Women's Service
at Beach Baptist
All the ladies of Port St. Joe
and the surrounding counties are
invited to join with the ladies of
Beach Baptist Chapel tomorrow.
September 11, as they pray for
their nation, communities and
families at 7:00 p.m.. ET. at
Beach Baptist Chapel, located at
311 Columbus Street in St. Joe
Beach.
; The St. Joe Community Choir
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.
Revival Services
at Zion Fair Church
Revival services Will be held at
Zion Fair Missionary Baptist
Church from September 14 to
September 18. These services will
begin at 7:00 p.m. The word of
God will be delivered by Rev.
Rufus Wood of The Love Center of
Panama City. Rev. Frank Jones
and ,the members of Zion Fair
invites you to attend and have a
glorious, time in the Lord.


CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


Bible Study: Wor
9 a.m. Sunday 9:30 a.m.,Su
6 p.m. Wednesday Nui
Call 229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32457
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


ship:
nday
rsery


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


Mission agency of the church,
and served in mission in Ecuador.
She is also a member of the
Central Pennsylvania Conference
of the United Methodist Church,
where she has served as Director
of Spiritual Nurture and Evange-
lism.
As SpiritGifts is not just a
one-time "program," these work-
shops are intended to introduce
materials for continued Bible
study sessions. These materials


will be available for purchase at
the workshops.
Registration for the work-
shops may be made by telephone
by calling Workshop Coordinator
Joyce Estes at (850) 670-8931 or
the church office at (850) 927-
2088. Childcare or any special
needs arrangements will be pro-
vided upon requests made when
registering. Further information
may also be obtained by calling
the numbers above.


\ The friendly place to worship!
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.
Please note, all times central! "
NURSERY PROVIDED FOR ALL SERVICES
Locatedat 823 N. 15th St., Mexico Beach Comer of 15th & California 648-5776


Come and Be Blessed!
Fellowship Church of Praise
302 Martin Luther King Blvd. Port St. Joe
Sunday School ..................... ............................ 10 a.m.
M morning Service ................... ........................... 11 acm.
Tuesday Bible Study ..................................... 7 p.m.
Thursday Praise & Worship ........... ...... 7 p.m.
"GOD CAN DO YOU GOOD"
/ ROSA L GARLAND, pastor pd. Aigust


_L_ T FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH S~ Sixteenth Street

508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756 4 o0
Sunday Worship. .....10 a.m. -
Adult School. .11 a.m.


*Sunday School
*Young Children


*Nursery Available Highway 71 / Cecil Costin Sr. Blvd.
Pastor Rev. J. Reid Cameron


Sirst Baptist Church
102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE
J Allen Welborn Buddy Caswell
Pastor Minister of Music & Youth
Sunday School. ... .. ..4. 9:45 am
Worship Service . . ... 11:00 am
Disciple Training ................... 6:00 pm :
Evening Worship .......'............7:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Meeting; ......... 7:00 pm
"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP" 2


Teaching the Truth of God's Word

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
801 20th St. Port St, Joe 229-6707
Rev. Bill Taylor, Pastor
Sunday School......................10:00 a.m.
Morning Service.....................11:00 a.m.
Evening Service................6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting...7:00 p.m.

Home of FAITH CHRISTIAN SCHOOL


Constitution andufMonoument
Catch d e Sort St. oe
THE UNITED METHODISTCHUtCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School ......... 9:45 a.m. Methodist Youth
Morning Worship .. ..11:00 a.m. Fellowship ............6:00 p.m.
Evening Worship ..........7:30 p.m.
(904)-227-1724 Choir Practice
Rev. Jesse Evans Wednesday .............7:30 p.m.
PASTOR Choir Director, Robert E. Downs, Jr.


THIS WEEK'S
MESSAGE:
PARENTAL HONQR
EXODUS 20:1-12

COME AND CELEBRATE
THIS LORD'S DAY WITH


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Visit us!
Upstairs First Union Bank Building
Sunday Worship at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Bruce Duty, Pastor Study: 227-2583
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF PROBATE DIVISION
MARVIN WALTER PrrFS.
Deceased.
FILE NO: r98-53-CP

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of MARVIN
WALTER PITTS. deceased. File Number 98-53-CP.
Is pending In the Circuit Court for Gulf Counry.
Florida. Probate Divislon. the address of which Is
Gulf County Courthouse. 1000 Fifth Street Port
SL Joe. Florida 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 validity of
the will. the qualifications of the Personal
Representative. venue, or jurisdiction of this Court
are required to file their objections with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OKF, THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) 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 131 months after the date of the frst publi-
cation of this notice must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) 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'sestate must fle their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publication of this Notice Is

Attorney for Personal Representative-
Charles A. Costm
Post Office Box 98
Port SL Joe. FM 32457
Telephone: (8501 227-17159
Florida Bar. No 699070
Personal Representatives:
Eunice Patiicia Manuel
P.O Box711
Wewahitchka. FL 32465
Done J Nichols Pitts
P 0. Box 7301
Vero Beach, FL 32961
Susan Carol Sours
P. 0 Box 1217 "
Wewahltchka. FL 32465
21c. September 3 and tO. 1998.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
dASE NO.98-56
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
MAULNE 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
Courity. 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 domiciliary personal representative
and that personal representative's 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 s 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
COP' "o'IOTICE ON THEM. ,, .
SiiFer redill rs of the decedent and'per.
son having claims or demands against the estate of



Correctional Officer

Courses Delayed
The.Cdrimlnal Justice Training
Academy of Gulf Coast Commun-
ity College has delayed the start of
the full-time -Correctional Officer
Basic "Standards course In
Southport" from Wednesday,
September 9 to Monday. Septem-
ber 21. This course will meet five
days a-week. 0ight hours a day.
for approximately four and 1/2
months.

Correctional Officer Basics
Standards is-required in order to
be eligible for the Florida
Certification- Examination for
Correcuonal Officers.
For more Information, please
contact Lorne Brooks or Jackle
Vaughn on the main campus at
747-3233, Monday 'through
Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m., CT, or call, Ray Jackson at
the Gulf/Franklln Center at 227-
9670 on Tuesday, Wednesday, or
Thursday, from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30
p.m., ET.


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, 1998.
/s/ SUZETIE BATEMAN
DOMICILIARY PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
/s/ THOMAS S. GIBSON
RISH & GIBSON. PA
206 E FOURTH STREET
P. O. BOX 39
PORT ST. JOE, FL 32457
(8501 229-8211
ATTORNEY FOR DOMICILIARY
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
2tc. September 3 and 10. 1998.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
COUNTY. FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO 97-208-CA
BANK UNITED.
Plaintiff.
vs.
RAYMOND HOLLAND and WILMA B.
HOLLAND, his wife. and UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA.
Defendants
/
RE-NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Summary Final Judgment of foreclosure
dated November 21. 1997 and an Order Resetting
Sale dated August 18. 1998. and entered in Case
No 97-208-CA of the Circuit Court of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Gulf County.
Florida. wherein BANK UNITED. Is Plaintiff and
RAYMOND HOLLAND and WILMA B HOLLAND.
his wife: and UNTIED STATES OF AMERICA. are
defendants. I will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at the front door of the Gulf County
Courthouse at 1000 5th StreeL Port Saint Joe.
Gulf County. Florida 32457. at 11:00 o'clock EST
on the 30 day of September. 1998. the following
described property as set forth in said Order or
Final Judgment. to-wit:
LOT 8. BLOCK -H" OF FOREHAND'S SEC-
OND ADDITION TO HIGHLAND VIEW ACCORDING
TO THE OFFICIAL PLAT THEREOF ON FILE IN
THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT. GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA. PLAT BOOK I
AT PAGE 50. (FROM OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
80. PAGE 198. PUBLIC RECORDS OF GULF
COUNTY. FLORIDA.
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to participate
in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to
you. to the provision of certain assistance. Please
contact the Court at (9041 229-6113 within two (23
working days of your Receipt of this Notice. If you
are bearing or voice impaired, call Florida Relay
Service (800) 955-8770
DATED at Port St Joe. Florida. on August
18. 1998.
BENNY C. LISTER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
By: /s/ T. Knox
As Deputy Clerk ,
2tc. September 10 and 17. 1998


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
PEOPLES FIRST COMMUNITY BANK f/k/a
PEOPLES FIRST FINANCIAL SAVINGS & LOAN,
Plaintiff.
vs Case No. 97-49 CA
RICHARD W. LANCASTER and FLEECA T
LANCASTER, FLEECA LANCASTER d/b/a
GOLDEN THINGS. UNITED STATES
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE. and STATE
OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE.
Defendants
/
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE Is hereby given pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated 8-21-98. entered in
Case Number 97-49 of the Circuit Court of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Gulf County.
Flonda. PEOPLES FIRST COMMUNITY BANK, is
the Plaintiff and RICHARD W. LANCASTER and
FLEECA T LANCASTER. FLEECA LANCASTER
d/b/a GOLDEN THINGS. UNITED STATES INTER-
NAL REVENUE SERVICE. and STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE. are the Defendants.
I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the Front
Door of the Gulf County Courthouse. in Port St
Joe. Florida. Gulf County. at 11 00 a m. EST. on
the 25 day of Sept.. 1998. the following described
property situated in Gulf County, Florida. and set
forth in the Order or Final Judgment. to-wit.

anrunrrcorded subdivisionn Of a
Sectlon'25: TowsIip'*8 South. Ran wi
West. Gulf County, Florida and being more
particularly described as follows-
Commencing at the Northeast corner of
Section 25. Township 8 South. Range 11
West: thence South along,the East Line of
said Section 25,for 32 32 feet to a concrete
monument on the South R/W line of
Rutherford Road. said road being 66 00
feet in width: thence South 89 degrees
42'30' West along said R/W line for 990 00
feet to an Iron Rod: thence South parallel
with the East line of said Section 25 a dis-
tance of 1452 70 feet for the point of begin-
ning: thence East 214 10 feet: thence
South 4 degrees 41'46- West 105.36 feel;
hence West 205.48 fee: thence North
105 00 feet to the point of beginning
ContaLing 0.506 acres, more or less
WITNESS my hand and the official seal of
this Honorable Court. on this I day of Sept. 1998.
-' Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gulf County. Florida
By /s/ T. Knox
Deputy Clerk
2tc. September 10 and 17. 1998
PUBLIC NOTICE
State of Florida Department of
Environmental Protection
You are hereby notified that the Department of
Environmental Protection has Issued a permit
under File Number GU-265 to George C. and Linda
Adams Brown for the construction of a two-story.
smingle-famlly dwelling and other structure pur-
suant to Section 161 053. Florida Statutes Project
location: Between approximately 10 feet east and
40 feet west of the Department of Environmental
Protection's reference monument R-152. In Gulf
County Project address Highway 30-B. Indian
Pass Road The permit and construction plans may
be reviewed at Gulf County Planning/Bldg from
8:00 A.M o1 5 00 PM. or. by appointment. at the
office of the Bureau of Beaches and Coastal
Systems. 5050 Wesi Tennessee So-eeL Building B,
Tallahassee. Fforida Copies of the permit may be
obtained by contacting the Bureau of Beaches and
Coastal Systems at (8501 487-4475. or by writing to
3900 Commonwealth Boulevard. Mall Station 300.
Tallahassee. Florida 32399.


A party to this proceeding has the right to request
-eview of this order by the Governor and Cabinet,
sitting as the Land and Water Adjudicatory ,.
Commission, In accordance with Chapter 42-2,.
Florida Administrative Code and specifically Rule
42-2.0131. Florida Administrative Code. To initiate
such a review, your request must be filed within
twenty (20) days of the date of this order with the
Secretary of the Commission at Florida Land and
Water Adjudicatory Commission, The Capitol,
Room 2105, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0001. A
copy of the request must also be served on both the
Department of Environmental Protection. Agency
Clerk. 2600 Blair Stone Road. Mail Station 35.
Tallahassee. Florida 32399. and on any person
named in this order, within 20 days from the date
of this order if the request for review is to be effec-
tive.
Additionally. any person substantially affected by
this determination has the right to request an
administrative hearing to be conducted In accor.
dance with the provisions of Section 120 57.
Florida Statutes Should you desire an administra-
tive hearing, your request must comply with the,
provisions of Rule 62-103 115. Florida
Administrative Code, and by Rule 60Q.2004
Florida Administrauve Code Requests for such
hearings must be sent to the Deparunent of
Environmental Protection Olflce oi General
Counsel. 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard. Mal]
Station 35. Tallahassee. Florida 32399 3000. and
must be received by the Department within foar-
teen 114) days after your receipt of this notice.
Failure to respond within this allotted ume frame
shall be deemed a waiver of all rights to an admi.n
istrative hearing
In the event that a legally-sufficient peuton lor
hearing Is not timely received. %ou have tre right 10
seek judicial review of this order, pursuant to
Section 120.68 Florida Statutes and Rule
9.030(b)(1l(c) and 9 110. Florida Rules of Appellate
Procedure. To Initiate an appeal, a Nouce of Appeal
must be filed with the Department or
Environmental Protection. Office of General
Counsel. and with the appropriate District Court of
Appeal within thirty 1301 days of the date this order.
Is filed with the Agency Clerk. The Notice filed with
the District Court must be accompanied by the fill.
Ing fee specified in Subsecuon 35 22 (31. Florida
Statutes.
I t. September 10. 1998 (

NOTICE OF PROPOSED VACATION OF
RIGHTS-OF-WAY IN THE CITY
The Board of City Commission of the City of Port
St. Joe. upon peution by a property owner of Lot
23. Block 9. located on the corner of Reid Asenue
and Third SteeLt.will consider at a regular meeting
on the 15th day of September and determine on
the 21st day of September 1998. at a special meet.
ing of said Commission whether or not the city aill
vacate, abandon and convey the nghts-ot-way
encroached upon by 55 feet on Reid Avenue and
78 feet on Third Street by the present building All ,
interested persons may appear and be heard
2tc. September 10 and 17. 1996

PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City:
Commission of the City of Port St Joe, Florida, at
Its meeting on the 15th day of September 1998. at
6 00 p.m.. m the Comnusilon Chamber. Port St
Joe. Florida will consider an Ordinance with the
following title:
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING RATES
AND METHODS OF PAYMENT FOR
WATER AND SEWER SERVICES IN THAT
AREA FORMERLY KNOWN AS WARD
RIDGE. PROVIDING CERTAIN EXCEP.
TONS FOR CURRENT USERS AND FOR
f DEVELOPERS WHO HAVE CONTRACTED
FOR SERVICES. REPEALING ALL ORDI-
NANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH. PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE
And at Its special meeting on September 21. 1998. ,
at 6:30 p m.. in the Commihssion Chamber. will
consider for final adoption the above mentioned -'
ordinance


All interested parties are invited;to attend and be,
heard Copies of said Ordinance are on file at the
office of the City Clerk and may be Inspected by the
public during normal working hours
crrY COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
BY: Johnny Linton
Mayor-Commissioner
Attest: Pauline Pendarvis
City Clerk
Itc. September 10. 1998

INVITATION TO RFP
Sealed proposals will be received In the office of the
City Clerk. 305 Fifth Street. Port St Joe Florida
until 6.30 pm September 21 1998 for furnish-
ing and delnerne FOB. Port St Joe. Florida.
Commercial Garbage Services as outlined in the
specflcations pertainmg thereto
Specilcauons and RFP documents ma\ be
obtained from the City Clerk's Olfice. 305 Cecil G
Cosun. Sr Blvd Port St Joe. Flonda 32456. tele-
phone 18501 2298261. Monday through Friday.
between 8 00 a m and 5 0') p m RFPs wil be pub.
bc ly opened and read at 6 30 p m. September 21.
1998 In th Cir Commission Chambers. City Hall.


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/s/ Pauline Penaarvia
City Clerk
ltc, September 10. 1998.
NOTICE OF SALE
GULF SOUTH SELF STORAGE located at 416
4th Street. Port St Joe. Florida. shall sell the con-
tents of storage compartment number 45. rented to
TBS. Inc at public sale at the site above. storage
compartment No 45. Gulf South Self Storage. on
Friday. September 25. 1998. at 10"00 A M
(Eastern Standard Tune) The contents of storage
compartment number 45 include miscellaneous
paint and paint supplies. commercial paint mixers.
water cooler. kerosene heater, paint guns hand
truck and other items of personal property
2tc. September 10 and 17. 1998
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PRIMARY ELECTION WILL BE HELD ON TUES-'
DAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1998 AT II 00 AM EST AT
THE GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE. SUPERVI .
SOR OF ELECTIONS OFFICE AT PORT ST JOE'
THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
CORA SUE ROBINSON
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA, '
Itc, September 10, 1998.







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MEMORANDUM


TO: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

FROM: CHAIRMAN WARREN J. YEAGER, JR.

SUBJECT: HURRICANE EARL DAMAGE

DATE: SEPTEMBER 8, 1998

Please be advised that the Department of Environmental Protection
Agency has issued an emergency final order that allows the local build-
ing department to issue permission to private and public property own-
ers for minor activities necessary to prevent further damage.

In general, this order authorizes local governments to remove storm
generated debris, repair public facilities and return sand to the beach.
The order also authorizes local governments to issue permits to private
and public property owners for minor activities necessary to prevent fur-
ther damage to structures, repair or replace components and cladding
or major structures, repair or replace minor ancillary structures and .ser-
\'ice utilities (excluding retaining walls and decks), repair surviving dune
walkovers, and return sand to the beach.

If you have any questions, please contact the Gulf County,..
Planning/Building Department at (850) 229-8944 or the Department of;
Environmental Protection Beaches & Coastal Systems at (850) 487-
4475.


Thank you.


11c. September 10,.1998'.,


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RATES: N
Line ads: $3.50 for first 20 words,
$2.00 for each additional week, plus 5<
for each additional word per week. Call
227-1278 to place yours.
DEADLINE:
,Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. SHARP ,


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AUCTION FRIDAY NITE, at 7 p.m.
EST at Port Theatre Antique Mall, PSJ.
Mall open Tues. Sat. Wade Clark
Auctions, 850-229-9282.
1: 0% Buyer's Premium. AB1239, AU 1737 AU1743






1985 Chevrolet Celebrity,. 4 dr., am/fin
radio, automatic, gold color, motor &
body in good shape, 108k, $700. Call
Mike at 647-8662. Itc 9/10
19?88 Ford F150 pickup, $4,900; 1987
Jeep Wrangler with. hard top, .$4,900.
647-9214. 2tc9/10
'83 Toyota Celica GT, power everything
and sun roof. Runs great!!! S1,500 obo.
639-4343. 2tc 9/3
'96 Ford Contour, take over payments.
S 229-2727 days, 639-3600,nights.
2tc 9/3

'95 Acura Integra, Special Edition,
leather interior, excel. condition. Call
647-9851. leave message. tfc 8/20
'95 Hbnda Passport, good condition,
black exterior, grey Interior. Call 229-
8,97 during day. or 227-3412 in the
.eyening. tfe 8/13
dCnvertble 1994 ,Chevy Cavalier,
loaded., runs perfect, looks- great,
S6.500. 639-3410. tfc 9/3
'93 Honda 250 Nighthawk motorcycle.
o10,w miles, $1,950. Call 227-1639 or
227-1109, ask for Charlie or Linda.
t fc 9/3






25 hp Mercury outboard, elec. start,
miller handle, short shaft, new propeller.
motor mounts, cellonold. 9400. 227-
2049. 2tc 9/3
14'. fiberglass boat with 15 hp Johnson
engine (completely rebuilt). S1,000. Call
648-5840. tfc 9/3
2:I1' Mako with twin 150 hp Evinrudes.
leil than 400 hours. Some electronics
arit all aluminum tandem trailer.
Reasonable offer. 648-8211.
tfc 9/3






T' o bedroom trailer m Highland View.
furtished, call 227- 1260. 2tc 9/ 10
Unturnished townhouse. Hwy. 98.
Mexlico Beach, 2 bdrm.. 2 1/2 ba.. 8500
month. S500 deposit. 647-5942.
2tc 9/10

Mexico Beach: small, cozy one bdrm.
cottage near beach. ideal for single or
couple. 9/15- 12/15, S350 month, util-
ities NOT included. Call 647-5792.
2tc 9/10

Howard Creek. 2 bdrm.. S250 a month.
S250 deposit. 850-327-4889. 4tc 9/3
2 bdrm. 1 1/2 ba. mobile home. new
carpet, fenced yard. 1/2 mile from
beach. S350 per mo. includes water.
sewer, trash, and cable TV. S200
deposit. 645-5229. dc 9/3
Indian Pass Indian Lagoon view, 4
bedroom. 2 bath new home on 5 acres
with jacuzzi room & private fish pond,
wonderful family home. 6 months to 1
yr.. lease. water. Included. $850/mth.
Call 850-927-2515. 4tp 8/27
Apartments, townhomes. homes for
rent,.,I to 3 bedroom apartments, town-
homes. single family homes, duplexes
for' rent in Port St. ,J6e and Cape San
Bias area. Furnished. Call Coldwell
Banker B & B Properties for more infor-
mation. 850-227-1892. 4tc 8/20
SThree bedroom apartment for rent in
Port St. Joe, 800 sq. ft. $350 month,
$350 security. Call 227-3511. tfc 8/20


Safe 'N Dry Storage
S$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
Comer of DeSoto & Americus
St. Joe Beach
Office: 647-3665
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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.
$375 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. tfce9/3
Liberty Manor Apts., 102 Liberty Manor
Circle, Port St. Joe. Affordable housing
for the elderly and the handicapped.
Cen. 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 ,prch. carport &
laundry rm. ..,
Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove &
refrlg., 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., L
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. dinners, great rates.
For Information call 227-1278. or 227-
1776. tfc 9/25

Private office space
in downtown Port
St. Joe. Call 229-
7-121.


SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
APALACHICOLA
Available now, 1 and 2 BR apartments.
We have 1, 2 & 3 handicap & non-hand.
icap accessible opts. 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 9/3


HERITAGE VILLAS OF
APALACHICOLA
Available now, 1 and 2 BR apartments.
We have 1, 2 & 3 handicap & non-hand-
icap accessible opts. 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
Lfc 9/3,



.,:GARAGE SAL!E*


Yard Sale: Saturday. Sept. 12. 9411
Auger Ave.. Beacon Hill. 6:00 a.m.
2:00 p.m. Rain cancels. ltp
MULTI-FAMILY CHURCH GARAGE
SALE and BAKE SALE. Sat., Sept. 12,
8-12, First United Pentecostal Church,
309 6th Street. Cakes, cookies, and
candy, and all types of clothing &
household items. ltc 9/10

Garage Sale: 229 Columbus St., Sat.,
Sept. 12, 8:00 a.m. until. Lots of plants,
St. Joe Beach. ltp

Yardo Sale: Sat., Sept. 12, Furniture,
clothes, toys, books & much-more, 1302
Woodward Ave. Rain, cancels. l tc 9/10
Garage Sale: Sat., Sept. 12. 8:00 until.
104 Broad St. or call 229-6770 after
6:00. 1 cherry china cabinet, $300; 4-
pc. coffee table set. S150; 3-pc. king or
queen bedroom set, real wood, includes
headboard, double glass dresser, and
large chest, like new. now $650. Lots of
other misc. items. Itc 9/10
Garage 'Sale: Saturday, Sept. 12, 125
Westcott Circle. 8 a.m. noon.
Garage Sale: Saturday, Sept. 12, 8 a.m.
- 11 a.m. 1101 Long Ave. Furniture,
clothes, boys and women's, Sega
Genesis with games. LOTS of misc.
For Sale or Trade: Indoor Renovation
Sale. No reasonable offer refused.
Clothing for infants, toddlers, men and
women. What nots, home furnishings.
DEALERS WELCOME. Come by 229 8th
St. or call for appt. ask for Richard at
227-3774. tfc 9/3


Housekeeper needed once a week. Must
be eat and reliable. Call 229-8765.
2tc 9/10

CNA's, 7-3 'and 11-7 shifts and also
floor maintenance person. Apalachicola
Health Care Center. 850-653-8844.
2tc 9/10

Sunrise Bay St. Joseph Care Center is
seeking to hire ,a full time Social
Services Director. This individual must
possess a bachelor's or master's degree
in social work. Experience in gertau-ic
psychiatric field and long term care is
preferred. This individual must be flexi-
ble, able to participate in an interdisci-,
plinary care team, and function as an'
advocate for the nursing home resi-
dents. If interested please contact the
Human Resource Department at 229-
8244 or send a resume to 220 9th St.,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456. Itc 9/10
Case Manager Franklin County GCCC
Workforce Center. Position located in,
Apalachicola. Recruit and enroll partic-i,
pants entering classroom and on-the-
job training, conduct assessments, and
provide referrals to complete necessary
eligibility. Bachelor's degree required.';,.
Strong interpersonal, verbal skills
essential. Valid Florida driver's license
and, reliable transportation required.
Background in supervision. counseling,
or marketing desirable. Experience in
Windows 95 and spreadsheets desire.
Deadline to apply is Sept. 18, 1998.
This position Is grant funded.
Applications for this position may be,
obtained from: Gulf Coast Community
College, 'Human Resources Office,
Admissions Bldg.., Rm. 104. 5230 W.
HwCy. 98. Panama City. Florida 32401.
GCCC Is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. It 9/10
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 Irnmediately. You 11i have
120 days to complete the state approved
CNA course w/Gulf Coast Community
College scheduled to start 9/14. If Inter-
ested call Bay St. Joseph Care Center at
229-8244. Space Is limited. EOE.
2tc 9/3

ea&l 227-1278and rae om
clasiied ad.


CUSTOM LAWN

SERVICE
Jeff Wood 227-1559
tfc! ', 712



Glynn Dykes
Drywall
"No job too big, or too small"
227-1785
Free Estimates'* Insured
S *fi.. 7 2


ROGER STOKES
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
647-3328
Free Estimates RF 0066770
PLUMBING REPAIRS
-. "


/f~ O-\6 Residential
j 0'o Commercial
Termite & Pest Control
* Termpite Treatmrnents i- arurari UM tel
* Flea Control 1:.:i o ,-':.iTirmrr .:
* Household Pest Control tew Twraime-.ri
* l R3i E.ta(e tl DUCieWO l pci- Construction Sites
FAMILY OWNED
Ur PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
Serving Gulf Co. & Surrounding Areas
Free Estimates & Inspections

648308 r6958


Christian woman to work in church
nursery on Sundays and special occa-
sions. References requLred. 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.-Frl. 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 clencal and dispatch
functions. Full time position include
competithe benefits. Mail restrfme to:
Terminal Manager. 6734 Ellis Rd.,
Southport. FL 32409. 4tc 9/3
Domestic help wanted, full' time/part
time.' 648-5323 for appointment. Must'
be able to work weekends. 2tc 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


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 Realty at 227-1501
or 800-876-261 1 to set up an
interview. c9/3


ATTENTION
3 MANAGER
TRAINEES
Career positions with Large Local
Company. Comprehensive Training.
17 yr. old leader in industry.
S Earn 25K+. Call Rick
1-850-785-1994
3,c a8/13


STUTZMAN ROOFING
RC .00 8936
Specializing in Reroofs
Single-Ply & Repairs
twhe'r, Quality Is Higher Th-tan Price'
229-8631
ntc 72


I BART'S

HANDYMAN
SERVICE
H-lousehold Repairs
Painting, Interior/Exterior Deck
Restoration Lawn Maintenance
FREE ESTIMATES
18501 229-1051.
rfc 7,2












PLUS SMALL ENGINE REPAIRS
St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
706 First Street
Phone 227-2112
/ MINI-STORAGE \




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 Repairs
DANIELS SERVICE CO., INC.
850-229-8416


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, arid 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: S6.00 to SS 66 per hour
based upon skills, abilities, experience
and work record. Gulf County enforces.
a drug-free workplace policy and is an-
equal opportunity/affirmatlve action
employer. 2tc 9/3
Service staff and 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

Case Aide Position A4ailable.
The Gulf County Senior Citizenr are
accepting applications for a par time 20
hours per ecek case aide Appli cants
muSt hade own reliable tranr portanion
and be killing o travel withinn Gulf
County and work with the elderly.
Applicants must be a good typist, have
basic math skills, and the dabiiit to get
along %%ith others. Must hade high school
diploma or GED Applica lions car be
picked up at the Portn St. Joe Senior
Citizens Center The deadline for appli.
cation. i sSept 21. 1998s 5 PM The
Senior Citizens are an equal opponunit,,
errnplo)er. The salarN ,ill be based on
the qualifications of applicant between
$5 50 and $6 00 per hour Please call
229-.8466 for additional information.


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


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


C. .'s ltawn


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


Office help needed: must have comput-
er experience. Rich's IGA, Wewahitchka.
Contact Betty Rich, 639-5343. tfc 9/3
Collection experience required.
Permanent / part-time 15-25 hours
weekly. Good pay, flexible hours. 648-
9555. 32tp 8/6
Waiters, 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
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 Jonnle. No
phone calls please. tfc 9/3





REDUCE: Lose weight while you sleep.
Take OPAL tablets and E-Vap Diuretic.
Available Pitts Pharmacy in
Wewah"itchka. 3lp 9/10

Solid: maple, oval-shaped dining, table
with four chairs. Call 227- 1425 after 4
p.m. itp
AVON serving Tyndall. the beaches and
Port St. Joe. Susan. 647-3651. tfc 9/10

Queen and king size water beds, 12x65'
mobile home, cheap, needs repair. 647-
5106. tic 9/10
Side-by-side refrigerator/freezer. 875:
good cond.: small chest freezer 875. Call
827-2491. 2tc 9/3
Sears best trash compactor S40: Lane
recliner brown early American, S50.
648-3077 2tc 9/3
1993 Fleetwood 14x70. zone 3
approved. Immaculate. Single owner.
neser had pets. kids or smokers. All
appliances. w/d. S16.500. 850-871-
1981. 4tc 8/27
One farm tractor with blade and back
bucket. Kubota Model B7100 BT. dual
wheels, runs good. call Bill Can', 229-
6961 or 229-6061. tfc 8/27
One Story & Clark piano, a contempo-
rary console, like new. 37.5" high. S895.
You move. Call 227-2019. tfc 9/3
a- matr


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


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



Steve Brant's

ROOFING

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

Mobile 899-0219 or
899-0218 f7/2


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


L GARRY L. GADDIS
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION & REPAIR
EXTENDED WARRANTY *FREE ESTIMATES REPAIRS ON ALL BRANDS INSTANT FINANCING
SERVICE AGREEMENTS
648-5474 FL LiUCense ER 0010992, RA0054218,


LIC. #RF0051042 RG0051008 ER 0011618

JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
Sree PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
S t REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
ftime INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
MINOR ELECTRICAL
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 8S/229-6821


RA0043378 ER 0007623
A3St. Joe Glass & Mirror
816-D 4th St.* Port St. Joe, FL 32456 227-3885
850-827-2431 HOURLYWORKENT Mirrors Plex-Glass Furniture Tops Desk Tops
850-229-8757 REPAIR or REPLACEMENT I Residential Commercial Industrial Shower Doors
Clint's 'Hom e Rlepair "< Boat Glass Heavy Equipment Glass


"Small Jobs Our Specialty" .
PUMP REPAIR&..SALES LIENE &I rU%


Carpentry, 'Painting,
qRemodeling
25 Yrs Experience
Free Estimates


S& ,M IRRIGATION
for All Your Watering Needs


HAL KEELS


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FREE ESTIMATES


229-2738


Ir. rUrL at. ouc. r L, i uuzzuny


TRADES and SERVICES


PUMP REPAIR& SALES


(*


LICENSED & INSURED









Page Eight The Star. Port St. Joe, FL Thursday. Sept. 10. 1998


W' RATES:
Line ads: $3.50 for first 20 words,
$2.00 for each additional week, plus 5<
for each additional word per week. Call
227-1278 to place yours.
DEADLINE:
I Tuesday at 1100 a.m. SHARP


VD


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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
***ir*Bargains Salre.*****
PAWN SHOPPE
Watch Bands & Batteries,
302-B Reid Ave.
227-Pawn, Buy, Sell or Trade
TOPSOIL DRIVEWAY SHELL
MUSHROOM COMPOST
BARFIELD'S, 229-2727





REWARD for the return of Pansy.
Young, blondish, brown & black,
Pekingese' missing from Simmons
Bayou area. Call 227-7309 or Dina
Parker at 229-8226. ltc 9/10




Gulf and Franklin counties: New Zone
III Special, 28' wide on display.
$36,900, set up and delivered. SIU'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 III 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 dalmatians, 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.
tfc 9/3
KITTIES-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


Did you know that animals taken to the
city or county pound/animal shelter are
exterminated after 7 days? tfc 9/3.
Reliable pet sitting in your home. Hare
references, Don, 647-3651. Itc 9/10'





Lot for sale: 145"x150'. high and dry,
corner lots on Hayes Ave. & Pompano.:
Great Investment. Call 229-8079. -
tic 9/10,
House for sale by owner: over 1400 sq.
ft. plus 2 car garage. Located on I 11/2'
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 covered
with ceramic tile & carpet. Very nice,
must see for yourself. (850) 526-5399.
Call for appt. Asking S85.000. 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. 1. Call 334-677-6086.
tic 8/27,
Property near Port St. Joe, beaches, and.
fresh water, off of H\wy.71 In
Wewahitchka. 270 ft. frontage, S 18.000.
Call Charlie at 256-753-2583 or 256-
544-1381. 4tc 9/3


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TRADES andS SERVICE' -


Child care openings available M-F, 7
a.m.'- 5:15 p.m. Daily 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. Ill
/'0 Reg. Stated Communication
month. 8:00
G Tp.m..Masonic Hall.
214 Reid Ave.
William J. Guilford. W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec.
Ist & 3rd weeks -Dec.

Phil!s Home Improvements
Phil Collier Residential Contractor
REPAIR AND REMODELING
(850) 229-6460
Licensed ard Insured bLc 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
A Independent Sales
U Represenlatitr'
/ m 211 Alien Memorial Way *
Port St. Joe

AVon ( )2 29-646


D&P PAINTING SERVICE
Phone: (850) 229-6683'
SFax (850) 227-3319 '
,Penny Stump, Owner
Residential & Commercial
Interior & Exrenor <
125 Bellamy Circle, PSJ


Gulf Diesel Service
Diesel Engine Repair
229-8651 or 227-8024
Phone Mobile
OWNER: Ben Sherrill


HARSHMAN'S
PAINTING
LICENSED & INSURED
Phone 647-9601


BOB'S PAINT &(
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
Baltzeil Ave. Phone 227-7229


THE CABINET SHOPPE

JEFF POWELL, OWNER O\TR 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE
580 Palmetto Dr., Oversuteet Phone 648-4088
Port St. Joe, FL 32456 c ,6 Fax 6-18-8752


Atteztifio/ to- Zeta/i
Michael Wood Residential Contractor 227-1589
Findl carpentry & architectural details
repairs remodels decks fences
Insured License #RR0067190


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 R 0. Box 602
Home (850) 648-5919 Port St. Joe, FL 32457



Pae'rce 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


FRED'S CARPENTRY
Home Repairs
Phone 647-9210
evenings
dp 8/?'

Circle S Refinishing
Repair Touchup or Complete
Refinishing. We do it ALL from
furniture to floor. Free Estimates
Ths1 area's most experienced refmishers
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- 9/J


STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
All Type Electrical Work
24 Hr. Service
UC. sER0013168 *INSURED
647-8081
ALAN STRICKLAND



SMALL ENGINE

PARTS, BLADES,

ENGINES, REPAIRS.
at Barfield's Lawn &
Garden, 302-B Reid Ave.
229-2727
New & used mowers &
equipment.
4:7/30.


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

S 5 Enterprises
BASIC LAWN CARE
We Monicure Your Lawn to Your
Specihcalions
850-647-5722, fax 647-3870,
Cell 850-227-6738 nc

oeinal Custom Wood
Commercil Indusinlol
A & R Fence
fencing and Concrete Work
Albert Flelschmann FrEE Eirl.-naes
EIN #593115646 (850) 647-4047


Painting
& 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
81p 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
850-229-6195





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


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18501 227-5098 or 229-9003~


STEAM CLEANING STEAM CLEANING


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 fill needed. Comer
of Palm Blvd. and 19th Street on canal.
Call Phil 227-21 12 or 229-8409.
tfc 9/3


Prudential
mw Resort Realty of
St. George Island


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
St. Joe Beach. 2 bedroom home with 4
large choice lots, chain link fence,
S185.000. Crystal Sands Realty, 648-
4400. tfc 9/3
St. Joe Beach. Large double wide
mobile home, fireplace, Jacuzzi, fenced
back yard, with workshop., $76,900.
Crystal Sands Realty. 648-4400.
tfc 9/3
Two bedroom. 2 bath home, at 142
Balboa.St., St. Joe Beach. All appli-
ances included, tothl elec., ceiling fans,
large closets, screened porch, with great
\lew 'of the beach, large storage room
with uire shelves. $127,500. Call 647-
8896. tfc 9/3
House for sale in Wewa. 3 bd.. I ba..
kitchen. Ig. den, bpat house,. 20x24
storage house. Call 639-2850. 4tc 9/3
fHigh and dry lot on cul-de-sac in
Gulfaire Subdi'ision. Close to beach,
swimming pool, and recreation area.
Recently surveyed. Phase IV, lot 3 -
S22.500. Call 827-2387. Leave message
if no answer. tfec 9/3
Beautiful wooded acre. restricted subdi-
vision. Whispering Pines in Wewahitch-
ka. 639-3410. tic 9/3


1/2 acre lots, 5 miles n. of Overstreet
Bridge at Creekview Subd., with septic
tank & well. $2,500 down, $132.16 mo.
Call George, 229-6031. tfic 9/3
A nice 3 bdrm., 2 ba., double wide
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 Wewahltchka. Please call 227-
3511. tc 9/3
Nice 2 bedroom mobile home. fenced
corner lot. low down payment.
Owner/agent. 825.000.647-9358.
Lfc 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.
tfc9/3

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. 1 block
from Dead Lakes on Our Town Road.
$85,000 firm. Call, 639-2765. Never
flooded. 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, 8'x36' in-ground
pool. This home sits on 1/2 acre in a great
neighborhood. Very motivated to sell MUST
SEEI By Appi only 227-7535. Asking
$139,900 00.
Owner-Agent



12 acre lots on
paved county road,
septic tanks, wells,
natural gas, ready
to move onto.
$16,000. Owner
financing with 10%
down. Call Billy
Carr, 227-2020,
647-3381.
tifc 9/3


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

Apalachicola
850-653-2555 888-419-2555


ST. JOSEPH BAY OFFICE
1520 C.R. C-30, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(850) 227-2000 888-227-2110


MEXICO BEACH
Beautiful, architecturally remodeled
home plus 8 lots just 2 blocks from the
Gulf of Mexico. Three BR/2BA, 2140
sq. ft. home features a fireplace, din-
ing room, family room, study, Florida
room, large master bedroom w/sitting
area and additional fireplace.
Landscaped, irrigation well.
$410,000. MLS#2268


TREASURE BAY ho
Bayfront home in a quiet neighbor-
hood. 3BR/2BA, 1600 sq. ft. with din-
ing/kit combination, wall to wall car-
peting, screened porch, metal roof,
vinyl siding, dock. Nice year round
residential or rental investment.
Value range $224,900 -
$254,876. MLS#2452


CAPE PLANTATION
Golf course frontage! Spacious
3027 sq. ft. interior, 4 BR/4.5BA,.
beautiful home with all the ameni-
ties. Loft, master bath with garden
tub, enclosed pool, hot tub, cov-
ered patio, landscaping,.
$198,000. MLS#2394








ST. JOE BEACH
Attractive ranch 3 BR/2BA, 2000
sq. ft., cathedral ceiling, fireplaces
ceramic tile flooring and counter-;.
tops, French doors, large bed-
rooms. Landscaped. Value
range: $129,900-
$139,876. MLS#1614


C1998The Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc. The Prudential and S are registered service marks'
of The Prudential Insurance Company of America Equal Housing Opportunity.
Each Company Independently Owned and Operated


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF, / ,
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: Estate of PROBATE DIVISION,
MARJORIE M. PHINIZY
Deceased' I
CASE NO. 98- 52 -CP
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The adrunimsrauon of the estate of MAR-
JORIE M PHINIZY. deceased. File Number 98-52-
CF. is pending inm the Circuit Court for Gulf County.
Florida. Probate Division. the address of which Is
1000 5Lh Street. Part St. Joe. Flonda. 32456 The
names and addresses of the Personal
Representative and the Personal Representative s
atoromev are set forth below
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:. -
All person on shom huns nouce is served
who have objecuons that challenge the validity of
the mill the quahlicaUlons of the Personal
RepresenLanve. venue, or jurisdlcnon of ithl Coun
are required to tile their objections witl, 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.
inm three months alter the date of the first public
oon of iht notice mu.t rIle their clalihel with tia
Court WTrHIN THE LATER or THREE MONTI
AFTER THE DATE Or THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE or A COPY or THIS NOTICE
ON THEM .L .. ; ,- .' -.,:
AOL other creditors of the decedent and per.
sons hang claims or demands against the dece.
dent's estate must file their claims stih thl court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
The date of the first publicadon of this Notice
is September 3 1998
Attorney
/s/ H Cranston Pope. J D. LLM. .'
Flonda Bar No 0562409
PO. Box 12151 .. .
Panama-City, FL 32401-9151
850/784-9174
Personal Representaie
/s/ Willam H G Phiunzy
Route 3, Box 181
Port St Joe, FL 32456
850/648-5090 ,
2tc. September 3 and 10, 1998.


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