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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: October 29, 1998
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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SIXTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 9


PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1998


324 Per Copy
Plus 34 Tax ... .


Attractive Ballot Greets Voters Tuesday
SW to interest them this time," she said. "'The highlight of Nelson [Dem] opposed by Tim Ireland IRepl: Commis-
Sports Wrap-Up After Lackluster Primaries the attractions wilU be the Governor's race between sioner of Education, Peter Rudy Wallace [Dem] and
Photos, Stats-Pages 11-12A the Buddy McKay/Rick Dantzler and the Jeb Bush/ Tom Gallagher [Repl; Commissioner of Agriculture,
Kept Electors Home In Droves Frank Brogan tickets," she continued. Incumbent Bob Crawford [Dem] and Rich Faircloth
ulf Conrrectional Helns SEVERAL POPULAR CONTESTS [Repl.


Schools Photo on Page 1B

Sample Ballot
Displayed on Page 3B

Law Enforcement Reports
City & County-Page 7A

Gulf Schools' Events
Get the Scoop on Page 4-5B

Obituaries Page 1OA


With next Tuesday's final ballot containing one lo-
cal question and two county-wide referendums, plus
the state governor's election and members of the
state cabinet, Gulf county is expected to send 65% of
its 9,700 voters to the polls.
Even though this will be no record number of bal-
lots cast, it will be a sight more than the 4% that
went to the polls on October I for the second pri-
mary.
The 65% prognostication was made by Supervisor
of Elections Cora Sue Robinson, as she wound down
preparations for the election late last week. "We really
didn't have anything on the ballot to attract the vot-
ers, for that election, but we have plenty on the ballot


Close behind the gubernatorial question will be
the U.S. Senator's race between incumbent Bob Gra-
ham and challenger Charlie Crist; U.S. Representa-
tive to Congress Allen Boyd. seeking a second term
against a %i1te-in candidate; and the hotly contested
State Representative race for the 7th House District,
between in~pmbent Jamey Westbrook and challenger
Bev Kilmer.1,
State cabinet races include: Secretary of State,
Karen Glevers [Dem] and Katherine Harris [Repl: At-
torney Genei-al, incumbent Bob Butterworth [Deml
and David 1H. "[Dave] Bludworth [Repi; Comptroller.
Newall Jerome Daughtry IDemi, challenging incum-
bent Bob Oilligan [Repi; Treasurer, incumbent Bill


ONE COUNTY POST
The single county position is sandwiched between
the state officials and the non-partisan judicial candi-
dates. on the November ballot.
It consists of the re-election attempt of Republi-
can Billy Traylor, opposed by Democrat Tommy D.
Montford. They are .attempting to get elected to the
post of County Commissioner from Group Two.
Only one other local candidate, Nathan Peters,
had any opposition this year. Peters handily won re-
election over challenger Amy Shackleford. in the first
primary.
[See ELECTION on page 3A]


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TUES, NO..3
Pol pct7to7E
fo AL9 uf5out


Geri-Care


Breaks


Ground
Geri-Care Assisted Living and
Outpatient Rehab Center received
a warm welcome during Its official
groundbreaking ceremonies Fri-
day afternoon.
A large crowd of friends,
politicians, and dignitaries joined
together at the Beacon Hill con-.
6 ... ...a tructi&ttte.1..l Vew..he,.syymblea..-
ic 'first shovel full of dirt being
turned to start construction.
Owners Bill Williams (former
Port St. Joe resident) and Bert
McCreary. of Enterprise.
Alabama, expressed appreciation
to all parties involved in working
out the details and crossing sev-
eral hurdles during the planning
phase of the project.
"This Is an example of, what
can be accomplished when feder-
al, state and local governments
are working together," Williams
said.
Congressmian Allen Boyd
echoed Williams' statement
explaining that the government's
role should be to not impede
developments that add such
opportunities.
The Geri-Cate facility is
bringing some much needed good
news to the area. It will create
between eight and 15 new jobs
when phase one is complete in six
to eight months.
Two buildings will be con-
stricted during that first phase of
development-a 4,500 square foot
outpatient rehabilitation center,
and a 7 ,800 square foot 16-bed
assisted living center.
This center will provide alter-
inative senior living with supervi-
sioi arid/or assistance with activ-
ities of daily living; coordination of
outside activities; and monitoring
the resident to ensure his/her
V safety, health and well-being.
The rehabilitation complex
will integrate the services 6f local
physicians with affiliated special-
ty physician and services of
Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic.
The plans call for an on-site
primary care physician to provide
traditional medical services and
to coordinate specialty care inter-
vention .such as orthopedics and
neurology with specialists within
the Panhandle. These'services will
provide the residents 'of eastern
Bay, Gulf, and Franklin counties
tremendous specialty services
close to home.
SFuture plans include the
development of three additional
assisted living center buildings,
serving 64 residents within the
existing property site. Up to 40
jobs could be created when the
assisted living center is totally
developed.
Thanks was also given to
local officials and county commis-
sioners for assisting in the project
with special recognition to com-
mission chairman Tommy Knox
and commissioner Warren Yeager.


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BREAKING GROUND-for the new Geri-Care Assisted Billy Lunford [bankers], Warren Yeager, Tommy Knox, Do
Living and Outpatient Center at Beacon Hill last Friday were Butler, Jim Ross [builder], Bill Kennedy and Bill Williams
Bill Williams and Bert McCreary [owners], Billy Traylor, Sr.
Cong. Allen Boyd, Nathan Peters, Jimmy Goldsborough and


Future of FCPC Discussed

DC d- nit O1fficinlq


L) U[mpafty anjt Uty V/1 UI
t 6Reduce Operatg, vixpenses
OtoReduce Operatirig" Expenses


The future of,Florida Coast
Paper Company's operations in
Gulf County continues to" draw
concern throughout the area, as
uncertainty in the marketplace'
and the pending merger of Stone
Container and Jefferson Smurfit,
with the involvement of Box USA,
and their partnership agreement,
clouding the picture.
A lot Is going on behind the
scenes to help solidify the mill's
soundness as a paper producer.
Mill. General Manager Ferrel Allen
outlined some of those efforts and
spelled out some shortfalls as
Port St. Joe city, commissioners,
Dave Garrett (Arizona Chemical),
.and mil representatives held a
workshop session Wednesday
afternoon (October 21) to) discuss
contilnuhig wastewater treatment
price reductions during the
'current mill shutdown.
"We're in a very complicated
situation," Allen said as he out-
lined the 'current. status of the
mill, and I wish I had good news
for you."
"We do have 570 very dedicat-
ed employees we're fighting hard
for," he added.
Allen explained to city com-
missioners that he and other
Florida Coast Paper Company
representatives recently present-
ed a working budget to company
owners for next year (1999)
proposing "more production at a
better cost per ton than ever
before" at the mill.
The plan spelled out by Allen
concentrates production on kraft
products without the operation of
the mill's bleach plant.
While mill officials outlined


what Allen believed was an out-.
standing proposal for the future
of the local plant, he pointed out
two fixed costs that rank the mill
at the top when compared to the
other 12 Stone plants-waste-
water treatment and taxes.
WASTEWATER TREArMENT
Allen asked commissioners to
listen to his plea to work together
through the tripartite committee
(Florida Coast Paper. Company,
Arizona Chemical and City of Port
St.. Joe) and help try to reduce
costs at the city wastewater treat-
ment plant.
All three members of the tri-
partite share in the expense of

operating the giant plant, but
Florida Coast Paper Company, by
far, pays the bulk of the bill.
During normal operations,
'Florida Coast Paper Company
pays approximately 8500,000 per
month for operation of the plant,
while Arizona Chemical pays
about $20,000, and the City of
Port St. Joe nearly $10,000,
according to City Clerk Pauline
Pendarvis.
The commission was In a.
workshop session so no formal
vote could be taken, but they did
seem to voice an agreement in
principle to extending help and
evaluating possible cost reduction
measures.
Commissioner Charles
Tharpe quizzed Allen as to
whether reduction in cost might
result in guarantees that the mill
would run for an extended period
of time and open up lines of comme
munication on the status and
(See FUTURE on Page 6A)


Gulf Co. Halloween Activities
Pirates, pixies, ghouls, and ghosts will soon be haunting your front
door. Halloween is almost herell
Port St. Joe-The Port St. Joe Merchants Association annually
-. sponsors a night of safe trick-or-treating in downtown Port St
Joe. All of the area merchants will have booths set up on Reid
[jf Avenue in Port St. Joe on Saturday. October 31, and they wil
be handing out candy. balloons, and other items to the trick-or
treaters, beginning at 7:00 p.m., ET.
There will also be a costume contest, sponsored by the Port St. Joe
Optimist Club, with prizes to be awarded to the winners in each agi
group. Everyone who would like to participate in the con-
test is asked to meet in the vacant lot adjacent to City Hall
at 6:15 p.m., so that the judging will be complete by 7:00. ,iL
All children are invited to take part in this, and all par-
ents are encouraged to bring their children to Reid Avenue in Port St
Joe for a night of fun and safe trick-or-treating.
Port St. Joe Elementary School will be holding a Fall Festival or
Friday. October 30, from 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m. at the school. Al
parents are invited and encouraged to attend the festival with their
children.
Wewahitchka-Trick-or-treating in Wewahltchka wil
L take place from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., CT.
Wewahitchka Elementary School will be holding a
Halloween Fun Friday Festival on Friday, October 30, from
12:30 to 2:00 p.m., CT, at the school. Many different activities
and games will be available. There will be food and refreshments as
well. All proceeds from the festival will go toward the enhancement o
the classrooms. 4
Highland View-A Halloween Carnival will be held a J
Highland View Elementary School on Saturday. October 31.
The event will start with a parade from Highland View Baptist
Church to the school at 9:30 a.m., ET. Activities at the school wil
begin at 10:00 a.m.
A costume contest will be held also. with prizes awarded for first
second, and third place in different categories. The Haunted House
will be open from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. There will be games, food
and fun for everyone.


ALS,


Suits



Occupy



Session

Two Suits Filed
Monday, Oct. 26

Gulf County Commissioner
Billy Traylor reminded board
members during their regular
meeting Tuesday evening that
this Thursday evening, (October
29) at 6100.-CT. .they-woitl. hod aL.
second public meeting to discuss
providing advanced life support
(ALS) ambulance service in the
northern section of the county.
The meeting will be held at the old
Gulf County Courthouse complex
in Wewahitchka.
Commissioners have indicat-
ed they fully support upgrading
the service to full-time ALS
n response capabilities, but Ironing
s, out some of the details might not
be quite so simple.
During the board's first work-
S shop, October 19, it became
apparent two schools of thought
on how to provide the service had
Formed. Will the county expand
S the duties, of Gulf County
Emergency Medical Services
Director Shane McGuffln and, in
essence; make the South Gulf
County Service a county-wide ser-
vice, or contract Bay Ambulance
Service to be the ALS provider for
North Gulf County?
t The lines were drawn in the
sand during the workshop as
North Gulf County volunteers and
y several residents supported hiring
L. Bay as the provider. They stated
d Bay had helped them in the past
l and has established a close work-
ing relationship with the volun-
teers.
e South Gulf County crews and
,e supporters felt the service should
remain local, keeping jobs in the
county. They also felt the expan-
sion of service would provide ALS
service to the north end of the
county and improve the overall
county service by having addi-
tional back-up crews.
1 All in all, the bulk of public
comment praised both providers,
r but just spelled out the above-
mentioned reasons for a prefer-
S ence for one over the other.
Thursday's meeting will allow
a the board to get additional public
* comment before making a final
s decision on how to proceed.
s Both providers also pointed
f out it was the patient's choice
which hospital they would be
taken to when transported by
them. This was in response to
some thoughts that the county
service would transport all
patients to Gulf Pines Hospital.
NOTIFIED OF SUITS
e County Attorney Tim
McFarland notified the board of
two pending suits filed against
them Monday afternoon, October
26th.
Both suits were filed by
Nicholas Yonclas. P.A. (of St.
George Island) and Steve Watkins
III (of Tallahassee). The first suit
- (See COUNTY on Page 6A)


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The Star


, pGTWO THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2:9, 1998


Important Votes

THERE'S TWO VERY IMPORTANT, strictly local, matters on
Tuesday's ballot; two questions that are paramount for seeing us
through these lean times. Both are designed to spur the economy
along by making us more competitive and providing us more, on
the other hand, to offer our visitors.
It will help provide the many "extras" tourists have come to
expect of a locale offering tourist accommodations and diversions.
A small county like Gulf, with a limited economic base, can't be
expected to compete-with the larger counties of Bay or Escambia,
for the tourist dollar and the tourist visitor.
SO WHAT DO WE DO? We do what the larger counties like
Bay and Escambia have done-we pass a Tourist Development
Tax [or bed tax] to finance the provision of more varied tourist
activities. such as boat ramps, to provide access to .our waters;
parks for tourists--and us-to enjoy and spend leisure time In.
and other services. Don't forget, we get to use the facilities our
proposed bed tax finances, also.
The successful tourist attraction counties have long recog-
nized the value of a Tourist Development Tax. Even our friendly
little Mexico Beach adopted such a tax, with a 37% plurality. They
approved the special tax by 87% of the registered voters voting In
favor.
Such a tax is levied on rentals for tourist purposes, only.
SECOND, WE CAN APPROVE referendum number two.
Referendum Number Two gives the County Commission the
authority to grant property tax exemptions or reductions for new '
and expanding business in Gulf County, thus encouraging the .
creation of new jobs.
To remain competitive in attracting new businesses to their
area, and to keep growing businesses from leaving, many counties
throughout the state of Florida already have this tax incentive in
place.
Alabama and Georgia have the attractive offer, aid 'are grow-
ing by leps and bounds ',
If anything, Gulf County is lagging behind: in getting such a
Referendum into place.
YOUR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL, designed to
come up with such ideas, wants this development tool They need
this development tool!
Only you, the voter,'has the authority, now, to pass this valu-
able Referendum, and only by going to the polls Tuesday to vote,
can you take an active part In providing your county an addition-
al means to make growth possible. '


Volatile Unemployment Rae
AN ARTICLE IN LAST- WEEK'S paper was headlined,
"Unemployment Rate on the Rise". The story went on to identify
the rate of unemployment as 17.7%! That's up from the rate of
only 6.8% in August: a rate we considered as being entirely too
high, already.
The rate of 17.7%-is just upacceptable.for a.county like Gulf
tb have. It's the ihdu'tfial "egnment fo-6urcodunty.,'hich is causrig
the shortfall of jobs, too. The industrial segment should be pro-
viding the backbone of the desirable jobs.
The shutdown of Florida Coast's paper mill has affected us
mightily. Many of our people are sitting idle for want of a vibrant
place to work. Things are continuing to look bleak all over the
nation, with no sign of Improving anytime soon. without a nudge
from us.
THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT we need; a nudge from us. Our
mill authorities and labor leaders need to come. together to discuss
each other's problems and see what the other can do. as a means
of encouragement. It's possible, that by talking over each other's
positions that a mutual assistance agreement can be.arrived.at to
encourage the other to take positive steps to get back to work.
This isn't'a strike we're talking about settling, but, in effect.
it's worse than a strike.
With both sides working together, things can do nothing but
improve. Sitting around, waiting for something to happen, sure
isn't getting it done
Let's talk, men! let's discuss different ideas Let's try to work
for each other's mutual benefit so we can all get back to the kind
of times we all are interested in seeing. The times call for extraor-
dinary measures and we know that with the minds we have avail-
able to us here in Port St. Joe, we can reach a solution if we only
work at it.,


Hunker Down With Kes by Kesley Colbert



gn iton ..... Lift Off!
**l, :r n on ..


I don't understand all the fuss
over John Glenn's age and a space
flight. Glenn is not the oldest guy
to go into orbit. ".
.It was another HalloweeAn
week-this one was back in 196j,.
And it, all.. started innocently
enough down at that big ditch
behind George Sexton's house.
"What are we gonna do this year?"
Now, if you think that's just 14
simple question expressed by a
young teenager contemplating the
upcoming October. ,31st holiday
tradition of ghosts and goblins;'1',
then you're a little more "stuffed"
than I imagined .,. either that,
or you never had any friends like'
Buddy Wiggleton. Bobby Brewer.
Ricky Hale or Squeaky Ridinger.
"Let's steal one of Archie
Moore's cows. cut it'open, drag it.
through town a ,couple of timlie,
then Ihaul, what's .left up .op ;
LaRenda's'house, wait for her,.t;o.
come out and ... whammo!"


We didn't ponder that long. I
mess with somebody's cow and
Daddy would "Hallo my ween" for
sure!
"Let's borrow Nicky Joe's
horse, pull our jackets up over our
heads and ride through town
yelling like decapitated madmen.
We'll scare the little kids and take
their candy . we can 'trick, or
treat' door to door without getting'
off the horse ..... we can end up
by riding right into the Dairy Bar
and demanding a cherry Coke ...
"Naw, Leon did that last year."
I tell you, you get to be thirteen
and you've about'seeh and done it
all!
"What about the Matheny"
place?"
The wh9le group went silent.,
'Roscoe MNatheny lived way iup
on.top of Anson Mountain.I He was
at least ninety-five and he didn't
like nobody. I'd only seen him a
couple of times in: my whole life.
And. he 'looked lowdown..double-;"
dog, fighting-mad mean. There -:-
wasa good reason he lived alone
up in that.big house! He'd scare
the daylights put ,f.. a normal,
human just passing by,'hiimB:in the.
feed store.....,:.. : .


"You know. that place is
haunted. Il'e seen flashing lights
and heard screams late at night!"
I didn't know if Buddy was
night or not. I had heard Lots of sto-
ries, but I had no inclination of
finding out first hand.
"Boy, If we could some way get
Mary E. up there."
"Oh. man. 'that would be
great!"
Squeaky and Bobby were conm-
ing alive here.
"Fellas," someone.had to put a
check on this, "there's no way we
can get Mary E. up there without
:t least a couple of us going with
fier." : :
"We could kidnap her. And':
drag her 'up there behind' Nick-y
Joe's horse. And then tie her to the
front porch."' '-
We pondered a moment 'in'.
silence. That picture of Marn' E.
struggling to get loose as old man
Mathen'y stepped out with a butchi-
er knife .
"How many of us dp you reck-
on it would take to Lie Mary E.
up?"
Ricky had a point. Mar' was a.
tad on the hefty side .... and she.
on occasion, had been known to
flash a tolerable mean disposition


her own self.
"We've got to be smart enough
to figure a way to get her up there
without physical violence."
Squeaky was smaller than me and
he didn't want no part of a riled up
Mary E. Pendleton!
Halloween afternoon arrived
and we casually mentioned during
math that ~b'me of us were going
up to "scare the living daylights
out of Roscoe Matheny."
"No way, you gllys aren't going
up that mountain. He'll eat you..
alive!"1 Mary E. jist "hajpeiied" 'tb
over hear us.
"Shoot. It will be fun. We want
'to see that big house up close. All
of us are going. And if .he scares>
us-so what, it's Halloween..,.:
Mary thought -on 't for" a'.
moment; "Everybody is going?"'
'Hey, can you)-say hook, line,'
and'sinker! '. .! :
It was a little mote than a hop,-
skip and a jump up there, so we
not only got Nicky ,Joe's Prince, we
also got one of Daddy's mules and
that' half-wild mare of Hollis
Mayo's. As usual, I had to ride with
Mary E. It was darker than I'd ever
seen it and the night high-up like'
that can make some unusual
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3).,


It Was Back to Bed for Another H(


I GOT CHANGED over from.
Daylight Savings Time to
Eastern Standard Time without
incident Saturday night. Of
course,. I set my clock back an
hour before I Jwent to bed, rather
than stay up until 2:00 a.m., the
stipulated change time, to
change my clock. 'I guess you
could say I' cheated
I've about worked how to
change the time on my electric
watch, with little incident. It's
just a matter of knowing the
proper procedure. ; ',"
Now;, if I could just figure
out how to cut off the alarm; or
at least set it to coincide with
some hour. or other I want to
remember; say, dinner time
That would be a good hour.
As it is now, the crazy; thing
goes, "ting, ting, ting. ing." at.
9:00 a.m.. Daylight Savings.
Time:,' or 8:00 a.m.. Eastern
Standard Time. Even'rbody looks
at me sort of quizzical-like when
the alarm goes off, as if to say,
"What gives?"


~. m


WELL, WHAT GIVES, is that
the alarm got set by a jeweler who
put in a new batter' three or four
years ago. He didn t know what he
did to set the alarm, and I don't
know. how to change It. So. I am
stuck with a watch that alarms for
no apparent reason. It DOES
sound the.alarm at the same time;.
every day, however It doesn't devi-.
ate! ':. ':
Things *1 want .especially 'to
remember. I schedule for 9:00 [or
S8:00] each .morning, so the eleFl-
tronic alarm' will iremind'.me, It's
tim e!'" : . .
S If you can't 'figure. out how to
change the alarm to a different
time, try scheduling the things


ETAO IN SHRDLU


. by Wesley Ramsey


you want to remember to coincide
with the alarm! It works!
The only problem Is. that it
makes the days actinties comL
mence sort of early during Eastern
Standard Time. It isn t so bad.
starting at 9:00 a.m., Daylight
Saving Time; but the. half year it
starts earlier is r6ught '.

STANDARD TIME IS rougsi
to' get accustomed to, anyhow. I
think:1 havewritten, on occasion
about my preference of time. It is
Daylight Saving, hands down The
'DST makeup makes the day begin
.entirely too. early. It's still dark
when operating on Daylight Saving
Time, but it's still light when I jget


home! .. .
The' ideal %time 'would b
up by Standard Time and
day with Daylight Saving T
I noticed when I' gotI
Thursday morning and we
side to get: the paper at 7:31
still about half dark. S
time would change' all, of
spite of that little inconver
still ike Daylight. Saying
best.
It isn't darkatsuper
I went to bed on
Saving Time, Saturday n
was dark outside since 'I
bed about 10:30. Theni,'
woke up at my regular w
scheduled time, it was or
a.m. : .
I wasted an hour being
that I could have spent sle
Eastern Standard' Time
that -to, you. It robs one c
instead of providing an ad
hour. "They" try. to -sell'
accepting EST, by maki
believe you are getting a


)ur of Sleep


)e to get .
end the IN' THE SPRING,,'[when.EST
inrie. officially' comes in] 'many .people
up last are late getting to Sunday School
ent out- on time .because., of .that cussed
0, it was hour. of sleep they ipst.; They'll get
standard to. church' just in .time for morning
that. Ii worship;,, but' not to .Sunday
nience, 'I School. .Those who .normally, just
g Time, come .to ,church, get there just in
time. to. turn around -and go home
time 'l again.. : :. ,
Daylight Just; another: reason to .pick
light. It Daylight -Saving Time as the time
went to of record for all time. ***
when I Less confusion *
vake up Less :vear and tear *oh, the
nly 6:00 clock, 1too; from having to change
it all tlie time. '


g awake
;epingf
e will do
bf sleep,
Iditlorial
you' oh
Ing you
mn extra


I JUMPED UP' Sunday morn-
ing and glanced at the. vacated bed
behind me;. except it wasn't vacat-
ed! There was a lump still visible
in the side of the bed, Frenchle
normally sleeps on.
But, Fienchie normally gets


Sunday

up aii hour'before e. Ship's one 6f
those strange individuals wHo
can't make themselves -go to bed
before 11:30 or '12:00, and can't
loli around in'the bedstead' past
6:Q00 In the morning.' I always
thought t ere ws something
wrong with her.
There lay Frenchie, still.in the
bed at what ,I thought was 7:00
a.m. I felt her pulse, to see If she.
was dead and' found her still alive
and kickinig: "'
"Something's wrong with :h.er
I said under my breath. ..
: Just before I dialed 9-,1- to
summon. an, ambulance, she,
stirred and rolled out: of bed.,
"Why are.. you,, sleeping, so
lae?"'. Asked. .. ,,
"I'll admit it:s .late but it's.only?
6:00 -in the., morning," she. said.;
"What are YOU doing up so early?"-
she countered. '
Then, it hit me! It wasn't yetl
my regular getting-up-time 'ofi
7:00. So, I .went back to bed fori
another hour.
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Election 1 from Page 1A


'AMENDMENTS
-The remainder of the general
election ballot is taken up with
voting on 13 constitutional
amendments anl two Gulf county
referendums. T'ie two Referen-
dum questions are at the very
end of the ballot
The ballot, Tuesday, is also
printed with questions, to be voted
on both sides.
There are 13 of the constitu-
tional amendments to be decided
upon. There are four .from the
Legislature and nine. resulting
from the now-famous Constitu-


Our Re

W ri

.Letters


tional Revision Committee and its
state-wide hearings.
REFERENDUMS
Gulf County's two referen-
dums are the result of many de-
liberations by the local Develop-
ment Committee,. and Tourist
Development Council.
These questions are asking
ybu, the voters, for permission to
levy a tourist development tax,
also known as a bed tax. It will be
levied against goods and services
used strictly by tourists, such as
short term lodging accommoda-
tions. The income will be used to


pade~rs

ite,


further enhance tourist attrac-
tions in Gulf County.
Several neighboring counties
to Gulf already have a "bed tax".
The second referendum asks
for your permission to exempt
property taxes from new or ex-
panding business in Gulf County.
This measure has been designed
to attract new jobs to Gulf
County through new and expand-
ing businesses.
NONPARTISAN JUDICIAL
There will also be one Su-
preme Court Judge retention
question and six District Courts
of Appeal questions to be ratified,
or rejected.
VOTING
Voting will be from 7:00 to


I--


to the Editor ..


"Justification is Simply Not There ...
i:N t Th"ere.


Mr. Ramsey / Editor L igs. ,
The Star At the last commission meet-,
Port St. Joe, FL ing, myself and several other. citi-.
Our government system Is zens raised questions. In the.
based on public input and reach- Mayor's letter he indicated that
S ing decisions based not on one "negotiations" had been held with
opinion, but a consensus of opin- Deloitte and Touche, and they
ions that hopefully brings forth, agreed to reduce their proposal
the most economical and benefi- from $28,000 to $26,000 ini
clal government to all citizens. It exchange for a five year contract
depends on government in the with an escalator clause allowing
sunshine, knowledge of facts, them to increase the fee annually.
honesty, integrity, and an under- I am not sure at what public
standing of our social, cultural, meeting, and when the "negotla-
and economic environment. tions" took place. The proposed
Although much has been said fee is still 86,000 a year more
tri recent ,public meetings, and let- than James Moore and
ters to the editor regarding city Company's proposal and $7,050 a
budget Issues such as the city year more than the
audit and Chamber of Commerce Tucker/Roberson proposal. In a
finding there still seems to be five year period that would at
some confusion over the facts, least cost the city of Port St. Joe
and basic questions not complete- 835,250 more dollars.
ly answered. Perhaps the record Other questions / comments
has not been set completely regarding the Mayor's letter:
straight. 1. In regards to the
Regarding the selection of 810,000.000.00 liability policy
auddJtors, the selection process is held by Deloitte and Touche, the
outlined in the Florida Statutes City made no specific require-
(11.45). It was obvious to those at ments in their request for liability
the meeting that the Mayor's limits. I am sure the other firms
intention was to select the audit-
ing firm after hearing only one Says Bed Tax
presentation (Deloitte and y B a
Touche). Only after some commis- "UN Aican"
sloners recommended they hear
all three proposals was another Dear Sir:' -' .''"
rIeting set, and presentatiUoins-'..:~,'T. e Bed Ta--'Un-Aericani,'
edard as outlinted-in--eie Florida ......... .. -- Unfair-....
Statutes. The statute also states "But we need the money." An
that the public must not be often heard refrain which the bed
excluded from any of the proceed- t, -... .... t ,, ....avin


Kesley

(From Page 2)
sounds . .
We stopped in the deep woods
just east of the house to put on our
mask. The plan was to ride
tiroutgh the yard and accidentally
dLmp Mary E.,'then pretend the
Horses ran wild and high tail it
back to' town, leaving poor,
defenseless Mary in the fell clutch-
es of the evil Roscoe Matheny.
; Mary E. put on her witch's
m.hsk. I know you remember this
one, it had the.extra big nose, long
chin, two or three warts, the big
scar down one side .... I pulled
my Billy the Kid bandanna up to
cover as much face as I could and
we were off ....
The next few minutes are still
a little fuzzy. About the best I can
say is something went haywire
early into our plans. Just as we
came put of the trees. Hollis' crazy
mare jumped into Prince who, in
e the excitement of the moment, bit
the left flank of the mule we were
riding. That mule jumped clear up
on the front porch sending me and
Mary E. flying into the side of the
house
My good, life long, bosom bud-
dies abandoned me in a heartbeat!
Before I could move, or even
think, Roscoe Matheny stepped
through his front door, "What's
going on here!" He' had a gun in
each hand and a Bowie knife
clenched firmly in his teeth. "Who
are you people!"
I began my good-bye prayer.
He leaned down and turned Mary
EI over. I surmised he wanted to
look her In the eye when he
stabbed her. The rubber mask did-
n't even faze old Roscoe. He quick-
ly jerked it off to get a better loo-
folks, he leaped nine miles straight
up. I've never seen an old man
blast off like that... he went right
through the porch roof, left both
bpots quivering where, he had
stood....
SPoor fellow wasn't ready for
Mary E. Pendleton.
"What happened? Where are,
we? What's that.swishing noise?"
"It's ok Mary. Let's get out of
Here before he comes back down.
And if you don't mind.... put that
rask back on."
Happy Halloween,
Kes


Sure, and 1 need more money. So
do you. But somewhere we have
to draw the line and live within
our means. Don't be persuaded to
vote for the bed tax because gov-
ernment vill stick it to the other,
guy, your neighbor, rather than to.
you. Not only is the bed tax un-
American. but supporters use
deception to make you believe it Is
fair.
It is pure hogwash to claim
that tourists do not.pay their fare
(sic).share of taxes in this county
or anywheree 'In Florida for that
matter..In fact they pay more than
residents and yet receive.far. fewer.
services for the taxespaid.
Look at the facts.. First they
pay the-' ad valoreri tax through
their rent. The first thing any
landlord does with the rent he
receives is pay his expenses and
any landlord with half a head on
his shoulders sets aside rent to
pay the property taxes.
In addition, the tourist pays
an additional tax no resident pays
a roof over his head: sales tax on
the rent paid. Yes, amongst other
things the tourist is helping to
support Gulf County schools even
though his children do not attend
school here.
Tourists do something In
addition to paying more taxes
'than'we do for the same service.
They bring money into our
community which we would not
otherwise 'have. Every penny
spent ifi': restaurants, grocery
stores, bait shops as well as on
rent is money brought into Gulf
County to support jobs. And we
need every penny.
.It is also un-American to sup-
port the idea of a tax on someone
who has no, say on whether the
tax should be, .imposed.
Remember that one reason. the
American .Revolution was fought
was because of "Taxation without
Representation". Have we forgot-
ten what our Founding Fathers
taught us about fairness and
equality?
Some may respond that
almost everyone else has a bed
tax. My only answer is, "Do two
wrongs make a right?" Take a les-
son from the principles that guid-
ed the founding of our country
and oppose the bed tax.
Vote NO on .the bed tax
because it is the American thing
to do and. because tourists
already pay more than their fair
share of Gulf County taxes.
Sincerely,
/s/ Curtis S. Low
St..Joe Beach, FL


7:00, EASTERN STANDARD TIME
THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY.
Gulf County was the only
county in the state of Florida
which contained two time zones,
so, last year, the Legislature vot-
ed to mandate that the county
use the same time zone for its
voting, which ended up as the
Eastern Standard Time.

Need A Ride
to The Polls???.
The John C. Gainous VFW
Post # 10069 and Ladies Auxiliary
will be offering rides to the polls
on election day for residents of
Port St. Joe. Highland View, St.
Joe Beach, Beacon Hill, and
Mexico Beach. Please call Ginny
Seefeldt at 648-5303 or the post
home at 229-6826 to set up a
time.


Letters


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carry adequate coverage, as both &Y ( I '(.'
firms perform audits for compara- V '. '
ble city / county governments. ayor.John inton.
Why do we want to pay for more tyor Johnny Linton and
liability insurance than we need? the City Commission, are be-
Th Mra n edt ginning a letter writing cam-
2. The Mayor indicated that paign to sell the Port St. Joe
Deloitte and Touche would area to prospective businesses
include the Marina grant require- to locate here, providing jobs
ments in their S26.000 proposal. and improving the economic
That was already Included In the picture.
Tucker / Roberson proposal for The letter tells of the at-
818,950, per their presentation. tributes of the Port St. Joe vi-
3. Regarding staff personnel. cinity for development and
it Is my understanding that in lists products already being
past years the staff that Deloitte produced by industrial entities.
and Touche sent to do the audit The letter lists attributes,
were not all CPAs, but some were such as cheap transportation.
staff people that had not yet suc- industrial park complex, port
cessfully passed the required facilities, and special Enter-
exam, and had little experience. prise Zone.
4. The Mayor made compar- The epistle touts the new
sons of the area cities and audit community college and recrea-
fees paid. His comparison clearly 'tional opportunities, including
shows the audit fee for Port St. the new marina which will be
Joe is out of line. The Port St. Joe completed early in the spring.
budget amount is distorted with
the unique situation of Florida
Coast Paper Mill and Wastewater
Treatment Plant. We all know that Co I
the City of Marianna and its pop- ,..
ulation Is much larger than Port '.;: _'
St. Joe. They pay an audit fee of
818,000.
The City of Blountstown is -n. g'
comparable in size to Port St. Joe, ,
" and ha" tity utilities. They pay an."
audit fee of S18,100: Nelfher use;".1# -' *"-.' C|
an, audif. firm, from. Jacksonville,..,.: ,
they use local firms. These fees,
are certainly more in line with the ,' 0 I
proposals of James Moore and'
Company. and Tucker / I',
Roberson, Shouldn't our fees be
more in line with Marianna and
Blountstown?
5. Regarding experience. the
James .Moore and Company pro-
posal listed experience with sever-
al local governments as pointed "
out in the Mayor's letter. Tucker /, .
Roberson experience includes
area audit clients and relation-- -
ships: Blountstown (12 yrs.), 1' ,
Apalachicola (11 yrs.), L( Qi .
Wewahitchka (14 yrs.l. Franklin i a
County (20 yrs.), Gulf County (20 t n L
yrs.), and Calhoun County (20 K.... '
yrs.). i 1 -"
Regarding the Chamber of 99 ..
Commerce budget, the '-.
Commission reduced the budget
commitment, which in effect lim- HALF PRICE!
iis' its ability to help attract jobs
and opportunities to the area. Trim-style phone
This was after the Mayor stated at with handset locator
the Chamber's Maddox House o j r,,rr,t,.*, rtd*,.I. ',-.T,,:. r, n,,i,:
dedication, ,"We need to get o,.'00.',, l r.,neb o in dy0d1.- rect yode
behind the Chamber and show Redal. urnge. oniol siwh ..*, ij.) i ,w151
them we mean business."
No. I don't think the
questions have been answered. It
is obvious the Mayor made a decl- :
slon prior to understanding all
the presentations and Is now try- -
ing to find justification for the
decision. With unemployment at
17.7%, money needed to fund the
Chamber, soccer programs look-
Ing for help, with the sewer and
drainage problems in North Port
St. Joe, Ward Ridge, and other
areas, the justification is simply
not there to take a course of not
supporting local business growth
and paying fees higher than we
have to.
Sincerely. ,
Boyd Pickett,, ,


Expresses Desire 89
Dear Sir: SAVE 60
The proposal to. hire Bay 4-head VHS Hi-Fi VCR (.0 1
County's ambulance service to locates programs fast
provide Advanced Life Support Stereo sound-a must for home theater !
pAL SIndex search quickly finds the beginning ol
(ALS) service to Wewahitchka and. a specific recording. Multibrad remote.
the surrouriding area is an excel- re. 2.m15i OI., 6f Add Kli tr esto, Se
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It is my hope that the com- FRESH BARBECUE S
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Sincerely, IOr dicouna vi e u Boroad hTg 010.
/s/ (Mrs.) Angeline S. Whitfleld L----___ -.H:,,t',,im..>,I'Jrt -- -t


Mayor Linton signs a letter going out to prospective busi-
nesses, promoting Port St. Joe, as City Clerk Pauline Pen-
darvis and assistant clerk Elaine Handley, look on.




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PAGE 4A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1998


Jennifer Michelle Martin Becomes Bride of Daniel Stacy Hanlon


Jennifer Michelle Martin and
Daniel Stacy Hanlon were united
in marriage on Saturday after-
noon, October 10, at the Highland
View Church of God by Rev. Tim
Bailey.
Michelle is the daughter of
Gerald and Alice Martin of Port St.
Joe and the granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman M. Martin of
Howards Creek and Mrs. Ernest
J. Goff and the late Ernest Goff of
Highland View. She is also the
great-granddaughter of Dora
Martin of Crestview.
Stacy is the son of Gene and
Betty Sue Hanlon of Wewahltchka
and the grandson of Mary
Frances and the late Claude
Hanlon of Wewahitchka and the
late Walter and Estel Armstrong
of Highland View.
The bride was escorted down
the aisle by her father. She was
lovely in a Mon Cheri white satin
wedding gown with a long train.
Her veil was a beautiful Marionet
with white satin roses that
matched her gown. The final
touch was a pearl necklace she
wore around her neck that her
grandmother received as a gift













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from France over 30 years ago.
The bridal bouquet was
designed by a very special family
friend and was beautifully done in
the bride's colors of peach, teal,
and white roses, ivy, baby's
breath, and satin ribbons.
Karen Falbe, the bride's close
.friend, served as the maid of
honor. She wore a beautiful tea
length teal dress with a large bow
in the back. Her bouquet was a
smaller version of the bride's bou-
quet.
Karen Thomas, Misty and
Christy Wood, and Shana
Hammock, close friends of the
bride, and Ashley Hanlon and
Krissy Lowrey, sisters of the
groom, served as bridesmaids.
They each wore a peach tea-
length dress with a large bow in
the back and carried bouquett of
peach, teal, and white roses.
Haley Wood served as a junior
bridesmaid, and Katie Wood
served as a flower girl. Both girls
are the daughters of Charlie and
Jeanine Wood of Port St. Joe.
They each wore a teal tea-length
dress to match the maid of honor,
Both girls had beautiful flowers of
peach, teal, and white, in their













Etcetera ,
rst wueekl of oveinber

ticipate in '"oflly fair".
ie of Panama City spon-

as shopping spree. 'ATis
)arduTaf kBeacl Resort.
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'Thrida ulfl be there.
ness in Port St. Joe on
10th, at 10:00 a.m.


son of Rony and Sandra Carle of
Atlanta, Georgia, and cousin of
the bride, both served as junior
groomsmen.
The fathers and groomsmen
wore black tuxedos. Master
Justin Martin, the couple's son,


Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Stacy Hanlon


hair. Haley carried a white satin
Bible made by the bride, and
Katie carried a beautiful white
wicker basket, decorated with-
peach and teal flowers on the out-
side and filled with white petals.
Gene Hanlon served as his
son's best man. Kevin Lamm and '
Mark Cunningham, good friends


SJ Project Grad Meets
Parents and concerned indi-
viduals who are making plans for
Port St. Joe High School's 1999
graduates to enjoy an alcohol-free
celeb.ation will be meeting next
Monday. November 2nd at 6:00
p.m.. All those involved are asked
to meet in support of these stu-
dents at Active Styles beauty
salon, located on Long Avenue, in
Port St. Joe.


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Jacob and Mary Bowen
Look Who's Two
Jacob Bowen celebrated his .
second birthday on October 2 atd
the home of his aunt and uncle..
SPam and Che Buval. in Killeen.
Texas. Also there to help him cel-'
ebrate were his two special"
cousins, Monica and Nevia of
Killeen; Uncle Chris Bowen of,
Austin, Texas: and his best friend
in the world, his mommy, Mary,
,Bowen.
When he returned home to
Port St. Joe, he was greeted with;
special hugs and kisses from his'
Meme and PaPa. Sherrie and Karl,
Bowen. and Aunt Gilda and Uncli
Butch Hobbs.


of the groom, Greg Byrd, the
groom's cousin. Jerry Martin. the
bride's brother, and Jason
Lowrey, the groom's brother-in-
law. served as groomsmen.
Christopher Peak, the son of
Dennis and Micah Peak of
Wewahitchka and cousin of the
groom, and Matthew Carle. the


Wedding Reception
There will be a wedding recep-
tion, in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Griner. at 2:00 p.m., ET, on
Saturday, October 31. at the
Faith Christian Clhurch. located
on 15th Street in Mexico Beach.
The two were wed on September
21.: All friends of the. couple are
cordially invited to attend.

Express
Appreciation
The family of Paul Blount
wishes to. express our sincere
appreciation for your prayers.
love, visits, cards, and support
during his illness and death.
Our special thanks to Rev.
Jesse Evans, Rev. Oliver Taylor,
Dr. Owen Oksanen, the Bay St.
Joseph Care Center staff, and
Gulf Pines Hospital staff for their
love and care. ,
May God bless you.
Elsie, John Paul, Pat,
Jeremy and Amy Blount

Lodge Supper
Port St. Joe Lodge No. 111
F&AM invites .its friends and
neighbors to attend a covered
dish .supper on Thursday,
'October 29th (today), beginning at
7:00 p.m., ET. The supper will be
held at the lodge, located at 214
Reid Avenue in Port St. Joe. Any
questions should be directed to
the lodge's secretary, William F.
Jordan, at 648-5440.


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served his parents as the ring
bearer. He wore a white tuxedo to',
match his father, the groom, and :
he carried a beautiful cross white
satin ring pillow. Tpe groomsmen
wore a white bouto niere, and the
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National Family Literacy Day


"Monumental Music"
Part of the crowd of people who attended Two live bands, featuring area musicians,
the Junior Service League's "Monumental and an organization which performed a pro-
Music" presentation Saturday evening, is gram of golden oldies for easy listening mu-
shown as it expressed its appreciation for sic, entertained the attending crowd.
one of .the two band's presentations. The Members of the audience settled down in
outdoor .concert was presented in perfect lawn chairs and on blankets spread on the
weather in Constitution Park and attracted ground for the early evening of musical en-
a4pproximatey 175-200 people for the live joyment.
music performance.


Wedding
(from Page 4B)
groom and ring bearer each wore
a;peach boutonniere.
t The bride's mother chose a
peach tea-length dress, and the
groom's mother wore a white
dress. Each of them wore a peach
ahd white corsage.
(,: The sanctuary of the church
v4as decorated with the bride's
chosen colors and lots of green
f"rns, as well as satin ribbons and
peach and white candles. The
family pews were each, marked
vfrith peach and white flowers and
satin ribbons.
As the guests were being seat-
e4, soft music was played by Mary
Ibou Cumbie. As the parents came
in to light their unity candle,
Sister Wanda Bailey sang, "Just
Be There." Sister Mary Carpenter.
sang, "Butterfly Kisses," as the
wedding party came in.
While the, couple prayed by
the kneeling bench, Sister Mary
Ijou san.",The Parents' Prayer."
Af-ter they wetemnaned *hd~y -ere
joined by their on-andlriade par-
ent vows to him. Then they were
announced as Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Stacy Hanlon and son,-
Justin.
Before they left the sanctuary.,
Mr. and Mrs. Hanlon lit the unity
candle with Justin. Their unity
die was a beautiful white can-
el decorated with a picture of
e couple and their son and
white pearls. Afterwards, the
bride and groom presented their
mothers with a long-stemmed
rose. They exited to a Kenny
dhesney rendilon of "Me and
Yu."
;A reception followed in the
church social hall, which had
been decorated beautifully with
the wedding colors, greenery, and'
lots of-balloons. The bride's cake ;
was a three-tiered off white cake.
adorned with peach: roses andi'
greenery, and a teal waterfall.'
Master Justin. had a special
cake as well. It was a small white
cake with peach ropes and lovely
bride, groom, and baby boy teddy
bears. The groom's cake was'
ride with a .karate-, theme
because the groom teaches karate
and holds- a bock belt in it. All
three cakes wert made by Rhonda
Till] of the Flour Mill.
After Michelle and Tracy cut
tieir cakes, they and Justin cut
his. and they all sat down togeth-
r at his table.
The wedding was directed by
Rita 1Millender of Carrabelle. She
also handled the flowers and bou-
quets. Mary Lou Cumbie was in
charge of the reception, and Ken
/lurphyiwas the videographer.
On 'Friday evening, the wed-
,ling party and family members
rvere honored with a beautiful
meal by the groom's parents.
Everyone had a great time. On
/Ionday, September 21, Michelle
vas honored with a bridal shower,
given by the ladies of the Church
ef God, and on Friday, October 9,
he girls of the wedding party
created the bride to a special night
Iut. Each one just enjoyed being
togetherr since all are away at col-
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51 Local Children
The Junior Service League of the children select colors and 'ft
--Port St.-Joe helped 'to clodthe 51' sizes.' u:: *"'r
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka Providing local children Wi
Elementary School Children. clean used clothes and nt
Each year, the Tapper Foundation clothes is an ongoing league pr
provides new clothes for around ject. School counselors reque
50 students. clo nthes for the children that ha


The items include new under-
garments. socks, a pair ofjeans, a
long sleeve and short sleeve shirt,'
a pair of tennis shoes, a sweat
shirt, and a coat. The clothes
came from Target in Panama City,
and 11 league volunteers helped


! The Gulf County Evenstart
Program will be celebrating
)National Family Literacy Day on
Monday. November 2. National
Family Literacy Day will be cele-
brated all over the country with
special events and activities,
showcasing the importance of the
family literacy program.


DAR Held First
Meeting of Year
The St. Joseph Bay Chapter
of the Daughters of the American
Revolution, under the direction of
its newly elected Regent, Mrs.
D. L. Owens, held its first meeting
of the year on October 21 at the
St. Joseph's Bay Country Club.
Renowned criminal trial
lawyer, fiction novelist, and com-
munity activist Chris, Patterson
was the guest speaker.. .
Mr. Patterson captivated and
stunned his audience with exam-
ple after example of the new
threat to our freedom. our own
government-the enemy from
within. He urged to members to
exercise constant vigilance over
the actions of our government
because, according to him. "While
we were sleeping, we have entered
privacy's last days."
The next activity of the chap-
.ter will be the Veterans Day ser-
,vices at Port St. Joe High School
on November 11.

Many Thanks
We would like to thank every-
one for their many acts of love
and kindness at the loss of our
loved one.
Your expressions of sympathy
have been very comforting to us.
A special thanks to the staff
of Bay St. Joseph Care Center, Dr.
Vincent Ih'ers, and Comforter
Funeral Home.
Electa Frary and Family


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a need and submit their name
and sizes for the league to fill their
request.'
The league has a clothes clos-
et located in their office, and the
members try to fill the orders from
the clothes that are stored there.


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HVE Sponsoring 29th (today) and again from 10
A Haunted House a.m. to ip.m. on Saturday.
ae October 31st.
Highland View Elementary! A small admission will be
'School's fourth and fifth graders charged for enjoying the frightful
are hosting a "Haunted House" for adventure. All proceeds will go
Halloween. The spook-tacular toward the expense of the stu-
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tation on November 2 at Port St.
Joe Elementary School in the
Evenstart room, beginning at
11:00 a.m.
The Evenstart Program pro-
vides free services for ,persons
with children under the age of
eight who are interested in getting
their GED or furthering their
basic education.
For more information, please
call Betty Husband at 639-3610
or Shelly Oliver at 227-9503.
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County


from Page 1A


Future


from Page 1A


represents David Taunton and
other taxpayers in Gulf County. It
asks the county to take action to
recover public funds used to pave
Castlewood Lane, West Arm
Drive, Eubanks Drive, and
Timberlane Road, all of which are
stated as being private roads.
It further identifies Commis-
sioner Billy Traylor and Preble-
Rish, Inc., Consulting Engineers
as the responsible parties. The
notice states if the county does
not take action then the men-
tioned client would proceed on
their own.
The other papers were for a
Notice of Trespass representing
David Taunton, Lamar Taunton,
and the Va-iborn Estate. Eubanks
Drive ap., .u's to be the road in
question in the notice. It states
the road was paved without con-
sent or approval which consti-,
tutes trespass.
McFarland advised the board
exercise caution in making any
comment on the pending litiga-
tion.
While no board member
addressed the litigation, several
residents from the areas in ques-
tion did show up in support of the
board's action and some voiced
their opinions to the board.
Jessie Eubanks told the
board he appreciated .what 'the
commission had done for resi-
dents at Eubanks Drive.
Bobo Owens said he had per-
sonally talked to every resident-
along Timberlane Road, and they


wanted to express their apprecia-
tion to the board for paving the
road. He also said each property
owner had agreed to give road
easements to the county.
Ronnie Martin said there are
13 homes located on Dead Lakes
Drive, and now that the road is
paved, there would probably be
more development. He stated it
seems to him the more property
that is developed, the more ad
valorem taxes that will be paid,
and then the county would
receive rmore revenues.
Commissioner Billy Traylor
stated after the meeting that he
had received similar notification
against him personally.
Taunton and several citizens
have voiced their objections to the
roads being paved over the past
few months.
Board Attorney McFarland
advised the board they were
within their rights to pave the
roads during those sessions.
IN OTHER BUSINESS
*Accepted KMT, Inc.'s bid of
$92,940 to do renovation work at
the Wewahitchka Health Depart-,
ment.
*Agreed to give 85.000 to help,
support the Kid Care Insurance,
Program as requested by Gulf,.
County Health Department
Director Doug Kent.
*Decided to gather informa-
tion on costs to hire a lobbyist to
help the county with various pro-


World


jects and county needs.
*Voted to advertise for bids to
buy the matting material needed
to repair Gaskin Park Boat Ramp.
*Assistant Road Superinten-
dent Bobby Knee told the board
Saul's Creek Road was now pass-
able all the way to Brown's Creek,
*Decided to request bids for a
new fire truck for the South Gulf
County Volunteer Fire Depart-'
ment.
*Heard a requestfrom Marion'
Hough for the county to write a
letter opposing Tyndall Air Force
Base dispensing chaff or flares
over land. The board took no
action.


Veterans Day Dinner
The Ladies Auxiliary of VFW
Post #8285 will be saluting v'eter-
ans with their third annual din-a
ner on Veterans Day, Wednesday"
November 11, at the Wewahitchka
Community Center at 6:30 p.m.
They appreciate the veterans"
dedication and love of country.;
They would like to thank them for'
the sacrifices they've made to pre-,i
serve freedom.
For membership information
for the Veterans of Foreign Wars
and/or Ladies Auxiliary, please
coritact Commander Rex Outlaw
at 639-2055 or Ann Mann.
Auxiliary President, at 639-2443.
They need more members to
assist them with service to the
community ard area's youth.


duration of the plant's current
shutdown.
"Those days are gone It's
a whole new world market," Allen
responded. "There will be some
mills that probably will not sur-
vive. We need to do everything we
can to be sure Florida Coast

Voice of Democracy
Week in Port St. Joe
One of the basic aims of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) is
"to foster true patriotism." The
Voice of Democracy Scholarship
Contest, sponsored by the VFW
and Ladies Auxiliary, has proven
to be an effective means of putting
those words into action.
The Voice of Democracy con-
test, in its 52nd year, also pro-
vides an opportunity for students
to think, write, and speak up for
the values this country hold
dear-for freedom and for democ-
racy.
This year's theme, "My
Service To America," focuses the
attention of tomorrow's leaders on
the democracy and on how their
guidance will preserve it as a way
of life for the future.,
Mayor Johnny Linton has
proclaimed that the first, week of
November will be "Voice .of
Democracy Week" in Port St. Joe.
He commends the VFW and
Ladles Auxiliary for their contin-
ued sponsorship, of this program
and urges all 10th. 11th, and
12th graders to participate.


Dining


"TREAT",

YOURSELF TO

A MEAL OUT!

Wewa Srs. Selling
Spaghetti Dinners
SThe Wewahitchka ;Senior.
Citizens will be .selling those deli-. ,
cious .spaghetti dinners on
November 6th from 11 a.m. until
I p.m. The dinners will consist of
a garden salad, spaghetti, and
iced tea for only $3.50. The pro-
ceeds from the dinners' sale %ill
be used to help pay for the meals
program. Please call 639-9910 to
order. They will be delivering to
local businesses.

Fall Family Fun
Festival on 24th
You're invited to come be a
part of the "Fall Family. Fun
Festival" on Saturday. October
24. at Battery Park in Apalach-.
icola. Activities will be held from
4:00 to 8:00 p.m. and will include
hay rides, pumpkin carving, food.
storytelling. games. a bonfire, hot
cider, and music provided by
Phoenix Uprising.
Apalachicola State Bank and
the Franklin County Sheriffs
Department have also sponsored
a photo ID and child fingerprint-
ing booth which will be set up at
the festival.
Come celebrate fall and see
the plans unveiled for the new
Battery Park playground. All pro-
ceeds from this event will benefit
the Apalachicola Parks Founda-
tipn.


Paper Company is not one of them
... I would hate to know I had to
live with myself If I didn't do
everything I could to preserve this
mill for the sake of the 570 work-
ers and the community."
Allen pointed out that while
no assurances could be made,
any noticeable effort to reduce
prices could not hurt, and, would
certainly not go unnoticed.
City commissioners also sup-
ported extending reductions in
wastewater treatment plant oper-
ating expenses during the mill's
downtime. Under the reduction
plan, Florida Coast Paper
Company's share will be reduced
to $315,000 monthly, while
Arizona Chemical and City of Port
St. Joe expense remains at
$20,000 and $10,000, respective-
ly.
City Clerk Pauline Pendarvis
said those figures should work
out to be break-eyen numbers for
plant operations when the
reduced flow and lesser treatment
expense Is factored in.
Mayor Johnny Linton told
both Allen and Garrett. "We're not
trying to put you out of business .
. we want you to be here and


we'll try to work with you."
Members of the tripartite
committee will be meeting to dis-
cuss and evaluate options to help'
lowering costs. The committee
would then bring early suggestions
they might have back to the board
of commissioners for its approval.: -


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( Sheriff's Beat

Back Doo--No Escape
On Tuesday; October 27, Sgt.,
Stacy Strickland was dispatched
to a residence in Honeyville in ref-
erence to a possible theft.
While: at the residence, the
officer recognized Jason
Lauritnore, whom the Gulf
County Sheriffs Office, had an
active, 'warrant on. While
Strickland was gathering infor-
mation for the report. Laurimore
slipped out of the back door to the
home. The officer arrested him
several minutes later as he
walked down the road.
While searching the suspect.
17 valIum pills were found in his
front pocket. He was charged with
violation of probation, disorderly
conduct, and possession of a con-
trolled substance (valium).
Out of Gas and "Free" Time
While on patrol on ..
Wednesday, October 28th, Deputy
James Jensen observed a car
alongside Highway 98, just east of
Port. St. Joe. When the officer
stopped to check. on the vehicle,
the driver stated she had run out
of gas.
g i Deputy Jensen offered to take
the driver, Kathleen R. McClary,.
45, of Fort Walton, to get some

Halloween
Jazzercise Party
There will be a Halloween
Jazzercise party at Curves on
Saturday,: October 31,' at 9:15
a.m. There will be a free class.
with treats and entertainment will
follow. Karaoke will be available
for all who wish to participate,
and there will be free. refresh-
ments also. F1or more information,
please contact Lindy Harrison. at
648-9458.

PSJ Adopt-A-Class
sponsors Needed
1 Port St. Joe Elementary
School is looking for Adopt-a-
Class sponsors: they have 23
classrooms still in need of spon-
sorship. Any business, church.
civic group, or individual who
would like to sponsor a classroom
ay call Cathy Cox at 227-9429
contact the schoolo al,,Q7-,,
1221.
They would like to thank the
following sponsors who have
already adopted a classroom: St.
Joe Rent-All. First Baptist.
Church, "Lunch Bunch" at First
Baptist. Presbyterian Church.
Mission Groups I and 2, and
Alpha Sunday School Class at
First Methodist, Trish and David
Warriner, Carla and Dusty May,i
and Alien and Cathy Cox.

Discussion On
Proposed Bed Tax
The Tourist Development
Council will be conducting a pre-
sentation on the proposed Bed
Tax Amendment on October 30th
at 11 aim. in the Stiles Brown
S senior Citizens, Center.
This amendment will be'on
the November election ballot. The
public is invited to come and hear
this important discussion and
how it will benefit and impovg,
services in Gulf County. There is
plenty of room so come on out
and listen to Mr. Thiel.

Gulf Co. TDCB
To Meet on 19th
The Gulf County Transpor-
tation Disadvantaged Coordina-
ting Board announces a meeting
tq which all persons are invited on
Thursday, November 19, at 2:00
S p.m., ET, at the Gulf County com-
mission room in Port St. Joe.
e The agenda will include the
Community Transportation Co-
ordinator's Quarterly Operational
and Financial Report, Annual
Operating Report, TD Service Plan
Update, and the Commission for
the Transportation Disadvan-
taged Report. ,
For more infor-iation, or if
you require special accommoda-
tions at the meeting because of a
disability or physical impairment,-
please contact Vanita AndersOn at
the Apalachee Regional Planning
Council at (850) 674-4571.


ELECTION


gas. Taking him up. on the offer,
she reached to 'get her keys from
her pocket-and a pipe used to
smoke marijuana fell out.
McClary was placed under
arrest and charged with posses-
sion of drug .paraphernalia. At the
jail, 'a small bag of marijuana was
found in the suspect's bag, and
she was subsequently charged
with possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana'.
Recent Gulf County Jail
Bookings...
NTuesday: October 20th-
Norman Jones, 22, of
Wewahitchka, retail theft.,
Wednesday. October 21st-
Ralph W. .Golden, '41, of
Gainesville, three counts of fail-
ure to appear. .
Thursday. October 22nd-
Barbara A. Arendt, 45, of Port St.
Joe, battery; and Connie Faye
Bailey, 34; of Tallahassee, failure
to appear: on 'multiple charges
(nine counts of worthless checks.
driving while license -suspended
or revoked, resisting without vio-'
lence).
"Saturday.' Otober 24th-
Darrin Youngberg, 33, of Panama
City, driving under the influence;
and Scotty Lee Linton, 21, of
Wewahitchka. violation of proba-
tion (driving under the influence).
Monday; October 26th-
Douglas Robinson. 30. of Port St.
Joe, failure to pay fine. criminal
mischief; and William Wayne
Thomas. 21. of Port St. Joe, fail-
ure to appear (petit theft, posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of mar-
ijuana). '
'Tuesday. October 27th-
Robert T. Shows, 43, of Port St.
Joe, violation of probation, driving
under the influence.


SPSJPD Report

Can You Solve This Burglary?
On October 16th, sometime
between 7:00 and 11:30 a.m.,
unknown persons) entered a res-
idence at 282 Avenue D in Port St.
Joe. during which time several
Items were taken. The Port St. Joe
Police Department is currently
investigating this burglary.
Anyone with formation is asked '
to call the Port St. Joe Police
Department at 229-COPS (26771).
Registration Not Updated
On Monday. October 19. just
, -after midnight, Monique J.
' F'rfenliH -t'8. o4 Po-tW < t. Joe. was'
arrested by Officer Da\id Cross
for failure to register vehicle.
According to information
received. Fennell's vehicle was


stopped in reference to the tag
light and the right front marker
light being out. Further investiga-
tion revealed that Fennell was
using the tag issued to the previ-
ous owner on the vehicle that she
had purchased. A warning was
issued for no proof of insurance.
Operating Without License
On October 20, at approxi-
mately 3:49 a.m., Robert S.
Bryant, 39, of Port St. Joe, was
arrested by Officer Cross for dri-
ving while his license was sus-
pended or revoked.
According to information
received, the officer was 'investi-
gating a suspicious vehicle
parked on the side of the road.
Further. investigation revealed
that Bryant was in physical con-
trol of the vehicle at the time and
that his license had been sus-
pended.
No License to Motor
Thursday. October 22, just
before 4 a.m., Kim Griggs, 32, of
Port St. Joe, was arrested by
Officer James Norris, for operating
with no valid driver license.
According to Norris' .report,
Griggs' vehicle was stopped in ref-
erence to speeding (44 in a 35
m.p.h. speed zonee. After further
investigation, it was learned that
Griggs had no valid driver license.
DUI in the Alleyway
In the early morning hours of
October 24th, Junie Theodore
Cannon, 60, of Port St. Joe, was
arrested by Officer Cross for dri-
ving under the influence.
According to the officer's report,
Cannon's vehicle was stopped for
going the wrong way in a one-way
alley.
Further investigation, revealed
that Cannon was operating a
motor vehicle while under the
influence. A legal test was per-
formed to determine the alcohol
content of Cannon's breath-
0.204, 0.226 and 0.221 (0.08 or
higher is prima face evidence in
the state of Flonda that the per-
son was under the influence of
alcoholic beverages to the extent
that their normal faculties were
impaired).
Musical Vehicle Tags
Sunday. October 25th, at
approximately 9:50 a.m.. Janice
A. Adams, 22, of Eastpoint, was
arrested by Officer Chris Teeter
for attaching a tag not assigned.
According to information
i received, Adams' vehicle was
;stopped in reference to a lack of
brakee light%. Further invhesugation
revealed that the vehicle's tag was
assigned to a 1988 Ford van and
':not the 1982 Buick that she was
driving.


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1998 PAGE 7A
Sa4f ou Sae Is t Il T7e Seea!


Who's done "what" for Gulf County?


Lets compare Jamey Westbrook's accomplishments
to those of his challenger!


JAMEY'S RECORD


Opponent


ON EDUCATION FUNDING

$600,000 for new vocational classrooms at GCCC NOTHING!

$293,000 increase in new sparsity allocation / NOTHING!

$430,000 special school appropriation NOTHING!

Funded new elementary school NOTHING!


ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Forced bureaucrats to permit new city marina

Supported laws to lower workers comp. rates

Supported laws giving tax breaks to new businesses


Defeated bills aimed at destroying'
commercial fishing industry


"You will always be my
number one priority"


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Accident Injures One Driver Mon.


Cosrutow oingBack Up
construction crews, are now in the process of rebuilding Bill's Dollar Sto
Wewahitchka.The business was recently completely destroyed by fire, and is
reconstructed in its previous location next door to Rich's IGA. Work should be
pleted early next year.


- Polling Locations for Gulf County A
Precinct Building. Address
:1 Copununity Building 314 East Thlrd Street, Wewahitchka
'#2,, Ambulance Building : 237 West River Road, Wewahitchka
43",... Dalkeith Fire Station : 2731 .F ighiway 381, Wewahitchka
#4 Overstre'et Fire Stati6n FirehousieR a Overstreet .


#i Highland View Fire Station


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#7
#8
#9
#10
#11
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White City Fire Station
St. Joe Beach Fire Station
Port St. Joe Fire Station
Stac House
Mosquito Control Building
Centennial Building.
CentennialBuilding
Cape San Bla4pire Station:
Howard Creek Fire Station


132 Snapper Street, Highland View
Volunteer Avenue, White City
7912 Alabama Avenue, St. Joe Beach
404 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe
610 Eighth Street, Port St. Joe
1001 Tenth Street, Port St. Joe
2201 Cenitennial. Drive, Port St. Joe
2201 Centennial Drive, Port St. Joe
520 Cape San Blas_ Road, Cape San Bias
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about 3:30 p.m. Monday after-
noon at the intersection of
Monument Avenue and Cecil G.

j Republican
Phone Bank
The Republican Party of Gulf
County will be meeting Monday,
November 2nd, to conduct a "get
out the vote" phone bank.
The meeting will be held at
the George Hean Company in
Highland 'View. located at 2852
Victoria Avenue. beginning at 4
p.m. If you can not be there at 4
o'clock, join in when you can. All
registered Republicans are
-. encouraged to participate in this
phone bank.

S News from the Barrier
Dunes Gatehouse
by Elva Peden, Prudential Resort Realty
The Barrier Dunes Home-
owner's Association hosted a chill
dinner at the Barrier Dunes club-
.^ house Saturday evening. October
I 24th. Jan Mlnzer and Jo Ann
Sin- Timbrook were in charge of the
Aing dinner preparations.
orm- Jerald Collman, president of
the association, and John
McGraw, vice president, in-vited
local realtors arid homeowners, as.
well as neighboring Sea Cliff
5N Townhome owners to the meeting
to discuss future development
S plans. Developer Al Conners has
started four new townhomes
EN (Morris Palmer, builder).
Discussion was held regarding
.E the future development of town-
homes.
After the meeting, chili and
various other preparations were
B served on the deck of the club-
house. It proved to be an inform a-
f tive and enjoyable evening for all.


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to Port St. Joe Police Department
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onto the boulevard, apparently
into the pathway of a second vehi-
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The investigation revealed
that both drivers were at fault in
the incident-Thompson, by
exceeding the posted speed limit,
and Smith, for failing to yield the
right of way. No charges were filed
against the drivers involved.
Thompson was transported to
the hospital by ambulance for
treatment of injuries' sustained in
the mishap.


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March of Dimes Was Successful!


"Two Worlds Collide" at


Port St. Joe High School


The Port St. Joe High School
SWAT Team is proud to present
the PSJHS Chorus musical, "Two
Worlds Collide," on Friday and
Saturday, November 5 and 6, at
7:00 p.m. This production will
take place in commons area of the
high school. There will be limited
seating available for each perfor-
mance, so make plans to come
early and find a good seat.
> The musical, written and
directed by Ann Comforter, tells
the story of a 90's couple who are
going to their high school dance.
On the way, they seriously wish


: for a simpler, less complicated
life. They are magically transport-
ed to a high school dance, set in
the 950's style, and the stage is
set for great comparison fun.
Upon their return to the pre-
sent, they are followed by three of
the 50's teenagers who become
overwhelmed by what they see
Sand hear. The final song, "Two
Worlds Collide." was written by
Ann Comforter. It is a fusion of
the rock and roll of the 5p's and a
the rap beat of the 90's.
This musical will feature the
songs. fashions,'and dances of


both eras of music. The cost of
admission will be $2.00 for adults
and $1.00 per student. Gold
cards will be accepted for all per-
formances..
The cast is as follows: playing
the role of Brenda-Lennori Thiel
and Rebekah Cope; Mary Lou-
Meredith McNeill and:) IKatrina
Maestri; Candy-Janah Strick-
land; Wacky Wanda-Crystal
Follin; Dwayne-Alex Hernandez:
Mario-Marion Swanston: and
Mason-Ricky Lamberson.
Please make plans to attend
at least one of the performances.


Way to go, Port St, Joel Nearly
$3,000 was raised through the
March of Dimes WalkAmerica. On
Saturday, October 10, people
came together to raise money for
the health, of America's babies.
The number one team was GT
Coim, and the Alltel team,came in,
second.
The walkers were treated to
refreshments courtesy of Burger
King and Krispy Kreme. Burger
King also brought along "Burger
Bear" for the kids. Alltel drew the
name of the winner of the Startac
3000 cellular phone: Roy Smith
was the lucky recipient.
The mission of the March of'
Dimes is to improve the health of ',
babies by preventing low birth
weight and infant mortality. The
funds raised through such events
as WalkAmerica are used for med-
ical research, education, advoca-
cy, and community programs.
Each year, the March of
Dimes makes grants available to
local programs that further their
mission. Any organizations inter-
ested in applying for such a grant
should contact the March of
Dimes office at 785-6460. ,
Thanks go put to this year's
Major sponsors for the 1998
WalkAmerica. They are Alltel,
Burger King, First Union National
Bank, Hambrick ,Construction,
GT Com and St. Joe Timberlahd
Company. The organization is'
f also grateful to The Star for print-
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The winners of the recently held essay contest, shown in the photo above are Erica Ailes (first
place). Katrina Maestri (second place) and Josh McCulley (third place). The winners are tenth
graders at the Port St. Joe High School. They wrote an essay on why a health fair is important to
the community. A special thanks go to the Marquis Home Health members who worked on this pro-
ject. Thanks also to the Citizens Federal and First Union for their donations of U.S saving bonds.

PPC Has Relocated in PC


Pediatric Primar' Care has'
moved to 914 Harrison Avenue in <
Panama City. beside the State
Attorney's office and across the
street from the Greyhound bus
station. Pediatric Primary 'Care'
clients are encouraged to call to
make an appointment or re-verify
information with their Nurse Case
Coordinator to ensure continuity
of:'care for your children.


The telephone number. 872-
4840. will remain the same. PPC's
*regular office hours, Monday
through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m., will also remain the
same. The staff at PPC continues
to look forward to providing you
with quality care through their
nurse case managers and physi-
cians. : .


NOVEMBER EVENTS FOR THE
PORT ST. JOE SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER
Mon., 2nd 10:30 am-12'pm *Social Security representative at the Port
SL Joe Senior Citizens Center
Weds., 4th 10:30-11:30 am *NHC Home Care offering blood pressure
checks at the Port St. Joe Senior
Citizens Center
Fri., 6th 11 am-1 pm aSpaghetti dinner at the Wewahitchka
Senior Citizens Center
Wed., 11th 12:30 pm *Monthly AARP meeting at the Port St.
Joe Senior Citizens Center
Mon., 16th 10:30 am-12 pm &Social Security representative at the Port
St. Joe Senior Citizens Center
Tues., 17th 1-3 pm *Public distribution of commodities at the
Washington Improvement Group building
Wed., 18th 11 am-1 pm *Annual Senior Citizens Association
Thanksgiving Dinner at the Port St. Joe
Senior Citizens Center
Thurs., 19th 9 am-1 pm *Representative from FHA, Loans/Grants
will be at the Gulf County Courthouse in
(All @ants Port St. Joe
iam lotadl 12-2 pm *Public distribution of commodities at the
Sin locale Wewahitchka Senior Citizens Center
.WEEKLY HAPPENINGS AT illHE CENTER .
TuesJThurs. 10:30-11 am *Exercise Classes
Tues. 5-10 pm *Bingo for the Public
Wed./Thurs. 1-5 pm *A.A.R.P. Information/Referral4
Mon. 2-4:30 pm *Bridge Games
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Tips ar
As witches, goblins, and
super-heroes prepare to descend
on neighborhoods across the
area, the American Red Cross
offers parents some safety tips to
help prepare their children for a
safe and enjoyable trick-or-treat
holiday.
"Halloween should be filled
with surprise and enjoyment. and
following some common sense


Paul J. Blount
Paul J. Blount, 81, Port St.
Joe, 'died (Tuesday afternoon.
October 20, in Port St. Joe. Mr.
Blount had been a resident of Port
St. Joe for over 50 years, having
moved here from Geneva,
Alabama.
He was retired from' St. Joe
Paper Company where he worked
for 41 years. He was also a WWII
Army veteran, a member of First
United Methodist Church of Port
St. Joe and a member of the Port
St. Joe Masonic Lodge #111.
Mr. Blount is survived by his
wife, Elsie Blount of Port St. Joe;
one son, John Paul Blount 'and
wife Pat of Sharpsburg, Georgia:
three sisters, Margaret Blount
Reese of Ocala, Tommie Sue
Griffith and husband .J. B., and
Eleanor Fewell, all of
Jacksonville; two grandchildren,
Jeremy and Amy Blount, both of
Sharpsburg, Georgia.
Funeral services were held on
October 24, at 2:00 p.m., EST, in
the First United Methodist.,
Church with Rev. Jessie Evans
and Rev. OliverTaylor officiating.
Interment followed In Holly Hill
Cemetery.
The following gentlemen
served as active pallbearers: Cliff
Sanborn, Lamar Hardy,. Frank
Sisk. Harry Lee Smith, Cecil Ray
Pippin and George McLawhon.
Honorary pallbearers were all
members of Masonic Lodge # 111. :


id Treats for Halloween


practices can keep events safer
and more fun," said Chris Floyd,
Disaster Services Director for the
Capital Area Chapter of the
American Red Cross.
"Most Halloween injuries are
preventable, If parents and chil-
dren take some simple precau-
tions," added Floyd. The ARC has
released the following "LUCKY 13"
safety tips for parents to share.


flies in Jackson County. He was
an auditor with state government
for 30 years and retired from the
Public Service Commission in
1978. Upon his retirement, he
moved to Mexico Beach.
Mr. Golson was also a mem-
ber of the First United, Methodist
Church of Mexico Beach, served
on the zoning board and city com-
mission in Mexico Beach, cooked
for the church Men's Club and
was .the treasurer for 16 years at
the church. He was also a veteran
of WWII, having served in the U.S.
Navy.
Mr. Golson Is preceded in
death by his father anid mother,
Francis M. Golson,'Sr. and Ursula
Baker Golson: his first wife,'.
Catherine Hobbs Golson; a sister,
Sara Stevens; and a brother, Jim
Golson. .
He is survived by his wife.
Merle B. Golson of Mexico Beach;
two sons, Olen Hobbs,of Muscle
Shoals, Alabama and Francis M.,
Golson. Ill of Mexico Beach; one
daughter, Mellssa Golson Kiser
and husband Michael of
Cottonwood. Alabama: four sis-
ters, Frances' Moss of Clayton,
Alabama, Emily Howell and hus-
band Harry of Mexico Beach. Ann
Williams and husband Pruitt of
Ft. Walton Beach, and Ola
LaPlant, of Mexico Beach: two
grandchildren, Matthew Golson
Kiser and Miles Wayne Kiser, both
of Cottonwood, Alabama.


In lieu of flowers, donations Funeral services were held on
may be made to the First United Wednesday. October 28, at 11:00
Methodist Church of Port St. Joe a.m., CST. in the First United
in memory of Mr. Blount. Methodist Church of Mexico
Gilmore-Southerland Funeral Beach with Rev. Charlie Parker
Home of Port St. Joe was in and Rev. Ted Lovelace officiating.
charge of all arrangements. Interment services followed at
2:30 p.m., CST, in Riverside
James Johnson Cemetery in Marianna. The fol-
d n lowing gentlemen served as pall-
J G6 -" a3d"nsn'. "8&5...-.- -bearers: "Williarm Smith. Horace
of Pn .foe'- died .TuesdaY, B d. Rardv iHofell. Mike LaPlaPn.
October 20, in. a local hospital. Al' Cathey and Vick Web6.
Born in Houston County.
Alabama, he moved to Port St. Joe Gilmore-Southerland Funeral
in 1938 from Blountstown. Mr Home of Port St. Joe was in
Johnson retired as a time keeper charge of all arrangements.
from the St. Joe Lumber
Company after 40 years and was .
a member of the First United Robert A. Simon
Methodist Church of Port St. Joe.
He is survived by two sisters,, Robert Allen Simon, 57, of
Lucille McKnIght and Mary Belin Daytona Beach, a retired execu-
and her husband, Leonard. all of tive vice president for Dr. Phillips
Port St. Joe; two sisters-in-law, Inc., Orlando, died Wednesday,
Dalsey Johnson of Port St. Joe October 21,. at Halifax Medical
and Flossie Johnson of Decatur. Center in Daytona Beach.
Alabama: and numerous nieces Mr. Simon was born in Grove
and nephews and grand-nieces Clty, Pennsylvania. and moved to
and grand-nephews. Daytona in 1994 from Orlando.
Funeral services for Mr. He enjoyed hunting and fishing.
Johnson were held on October 21 Survivors include his wife ol
at 2:00 p.m. in the Gilmore- m 34 years, Carolyn: a son, Robert
Southerland Funeral Home Rand, of Davytona Beach Shores:
Chapel, with Rev. Jessie Evans : his mother. Elsie Simon, of Port
officiating. Interment followed in St. Joe: two brothers. Jim, of
Holly Hill Cemetery. In lieu of Fayetteville. North Carolina, and
flowers, contributions may be Steve, of Illinois; and three sis-
made to theo First United e e od
made to the First United ters. Judy Hendricks and Susie
Methodist Church van fund in Taylor. both of Port St. Joe, and
memory of Mr. Johnson. Laurie Simn of Lake-land


Francis M. Golson, Jr,
Francis M. Golson,;Jr., 83, of
Mexico Beach, died Monday,
October 26, In Gulf Pines
Hospital. He was ?born in
Marianna, to one'of the older fam-


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Memorial donations may be
made to: American Cancer
Society,. Daytona Beach Chapter,
1510 Ridgewood Avenue. Suite
201, Holly Hill, FL 32117. Volusia
Cotmnty Cremation Society, of
Daytona Beach. was in charge of
arrangements.


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TO: The citizens of north Port St. Joe and the District 4 Community
Thank you for your support during the September election. Let us
remain "perseverance". Persevere, because my friends, if we do not
do that we are turning our lives over 'to others to determine the
quality of life that we have and whether we can make it or not make
it in north Port St. Joe and the district 4 community. I':i not ready
to relinquish that and your vote and support showed me. you're not
either. Thank you.
Respectfully, Amy Shackleford PPolAdv.,em.
Pd Pol Adv., Dem. ltp


with their trick-or-treaters to pre-
vent injuries at Halloween.
Plan your route and share it
with your family. If possible have
an adult go with you.
*Wear light-colored or reflec-
tive-type clothing so you.are more
visible. (And remember to put
reflective tape on bikes, skate-,
boards and brooms, too!)
*Use face paint rather than',
masks or things that will cover
your eyes.
*Cross the street only at cor-
ners.
*Look both ways before cross-
ing the street to check for cars,
trucks and low-flying brooms.
*Don't hide or cross the street
between parked cars.
-Walk, slither, and, sneak on"
sidewalks, not In the street
*Carry a flashlight to light
your way.
SKeep away from open fires
and candles. (Keep In mind that
costumes can be extremely flam-
mable.)
eAccept your treats at the
door and never go Into a
stranger's house.
*Be cautious of strangers and
animals.
*Have a grown-up inspect
your treats before eating. And
don't eat candy if the package is
already opened. Small, hard
pieces of candy are a choking haz-
ard for your children.
The American Red Cross is
dedicated to helping make fami-
Middle School
Athletic Boosters
Port St. Joe Middle School'
Athletic Boosters will meet for the
first time this school year on
Tuesday, November 3rd, in the
Commons Area at 7:00 p.m.
All parents of athletes who
are currently Involved in a sports
activity or who plan to participate
later in the year, are Invited and
encouraged to join this support
group. Projects of the Athletic
Boosters benefit athletic pro-
grams as well as the general
school functions.

FHP License and
Vehicle Checkpoints
,.The, Florida Highway Patrol
wiQ be 'conductiuAgig A er license
anRd verje,^,,Jnspectiori.. chfek-
points from Octoer 30th throughrl
31st on SR-73 near CR-287 ati'd
SR-30 near Allen Memorial Way.
Recognizing the danger pre-
sented to the public by defective.
vehicle equipment, troopers will.'
concentrate their efforts on vehi-
cles 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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GOES TO THE PEOPLE
It's a pleasure for me to live in a country where the citizens can decide who will represent them,
Sand to live in Gulf County where the people can express their needs and wants-and their dis-
likes-to a man or woman who will echo these sehtiments every day of the year. What the resi-
dents of this county need-and deserve-is a County Commissioner who echoes these beliefs in
his or her actions as their commissioner.
First, I would like to explain to you what I am NOT!
1. I am not a man who takes lightly his duties as a man-and hopefully-as one of your
Commissioners.
2. 1 am not a person who asks for your vote today and then follows his own whims and self-
ish desires to the detriment of his constituency.
3. I am not a man who grants special favors to cronies in actions that are contrary to the
will of the majority.
4. I am not a man who believes that, once elected, he is a czar, a ruling monarch who
believes that he has all the answers and that the wants of the residents of his district and
his county are secondary to his own.
5. I am not a man who will shut off the voice of the public and curtail in any way the right
and ability of citizens to address their representative in open public forum.
6. I am not a man who will forsake those in need, those whose lot in life is less plentiful
than ours through no fault of their own.
7. There are more "I am nots", but they all add up to this one code of living which I
embrace:

-Tommy Nlontford is a person who listens, and who heeds the call of the people.
-So, what more am I as I ask for your help, your support and your vote?
-I am your neighbor today, and will be your friend tomorrow with the backbone to stand
up for the majority regardless of the adversity such support might bring.
-I recognize that the economy of our county is stagnating. It will be one of my primary
goals to seek multiple ways to invigorate and stimulate the economy.
-Much of our county is suffering with adverse wind insurance rates. I pledge to you a
forceful investigation of this unfair situation, with the goal of equalizing wind insurance
rates-particularly for those who li;e in mobile homes.
'--The"tate"'rison'is a sound part of our economy. I will foster continued friendly relations
witthis institution and work t'waird the generation of new conir'ty-.pson partnerships
which are beneficial to the prison work force and to our community.
-Finally, I want to thank you again for your support which has brought me to this point,
and to ask for a final effort and your vote in the coming election.

I make this solemn pledge to every citizen of this county commission
district and to the people of Gulf County:
**I will represent you and show no favoritism except to the majority.
j.Your access to me is total ard always open.
**I will not let you down!

THANK YOU.
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Gators Fall In OT For


Third T

. For the third time this sea-
son, the Wewahitchka Gators fell
just shy of aA overtime victory.
The Gators suffered an 11-8 loss
Friday night in overtime to
Ohattahoochee to drop to 0-7 on
the season.
Although the Gators collected
101 more yards in total offense-
than the Yellow Jackets, they
were penalized 1.7 timesfor 145
yards and fumbled three Umes.
The Yellow Jackets struck
first with a one yard touchdown
run in the first quarter.,
Chattahoochee's two point con-
version pass was good for an 8-0',
lead.
The Gatoris bounced back in'
th-e third quarter on a 12 yard
t ,)chdown run by Harold
Williams. Quarterback .'.Tripp
Atchison connected with Bernard
Vann for the two point conversion
to bring the game to an 8-8 tie.


ime This Season


P. J. Addison's interception
as the time ran out in the fourt
quarter sent the game into over
time. .
Chattahoochee kicked a 2
yard field goal for an 11-8 victory
Vann led the Gators o0
offense with 116 yaids on 19 car
ries and 16 yards on one recep
tion. Williams had eight carrie
for 29 yards and one reception fo
13 yards, while Chris Sims, col
elected 20 yards on four carries.
Atchison completed two o
seven passes for 29 yards..
Vann also, .led the defense
with 11 tackles. Myron Vann fol
lowed with 10 tackles and Jo
Green added seven tackles for the
Gators.
Wewahitchka hosts '.Liberty
County, the #1 ranked team in
Class 2A, Friday night at 7:0(
CST.


Action During Last Thursday's Auction

DU Holds Annual


Fund Raiser at Box R


The Gulf Coast Ducks
limitedd held its annual, ban-
VIet and fund ralse rThursdafy.
October 22, at'the Box'"R' Ranch.
After a delicious steak'dinner pre-
pared by Charlie Norton. an auc-
tion and raffle were held.
Joyce Estes wdn the grand,
prize raffle, a Remington 870 12
gauge shotgun. The Gulf Coast
Dcks Unlimited brought in a
,oss profit of S22.000 on the
night.
I The organization would like to
give a special thank to St., Joe.
Land and Development for the
use of the Bo.xR" Ranch.
"It give' people the
opportunity to*get out and see a
lot of wildlife, and concentrate on
raising money for wildlife," said

Attend NAACP
State Convention-
The Florida State Conference
of NAACP Branches held its 55th
State Convention on October 22-
24 In Fort Walton Beach -where
the Okaloosa County/Fort Walton
Beach Branch served as host. .;
The Gulf County NAACP
Branch sponsored several adult
and youth ,members of the
community irA attendance at the
training and development work-
shops. Delegates representing
112 branches from Pensacola to
Miami participated. In education-
al, political, social, religious, and
economic development work-
slnops.
r The : theme "Preparing
Tomorrow's Leaders Today"
echoed throughout the conven-
tipn and was later summarized
into one word, "perseverance", by
the Honorable Julian Bond.
Congressman Bond was recently
elected chairman of the National
Board of Directors of the NAACP.
; Gulf County's own Reverend
Ilhnda Daniels-Kilpatrick per-
formed the invocational prayer at
the convention.
Several politicians, educators,
and representatives from Housing
and Urban Development. and also
representatives ,from various
social programs were present.
Lieutenant Governor Buddy
McKay delivered a powerful mes-
sage opposing private school
vouchers and gave examples as to
how public education has benefit-
ted children of all races.
State President Leon Russell
reminded delegates to get out and
vote because our children's future
can be decided in the November
election. He further stated that
public education is free; some of
our forefathers fought and died
for the opportunity to read. Hq
challengedd the'delegates to take
the convention message back to
their communities.


Pat Floyd. "It gives us an
S. opportunity to have a good titme,;
* more of a social evept, and g91 on
an energetic spending spree."
The Gulf Coast Ducks
Unlimited, in cooperation with St.
Vincent National Wildlife Refuge,
the National Fish and Wildlife
Foundation. Apalachicola Nation-
al Estuarine Research Reserve,
and the Flonda Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission, plans tc
place wood duck nest boxes in the
Lower Apalachicola River Basin.
They held a, wood duck nest
box construction project at Scipic
Creek Marina in Apalachicola on
Saturday, October 24.
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STATISTICS
WEWA CHA


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2/9/0
29
178
3/3
17/145
3/25


First Downs
Rushes/Yds.
Passes
Passing Yards
Total Yards
Fumbles/Lost
Penalties/Yards
Punts-


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11.,

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30/56
4/13/1
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'77
3/2,
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5/30


ePSJ Cheerleaders
e Giving Away FSU
e Versus UF Tickets
S. .How would you like to watch
n the Gators and Seminoles battle it
o out from near the 50 yard line at
Doak Campbell Stadium in.
Tallahassee? The varsity' cheer-
leaders, of Port St. Joe High
School are giving away two tickets.
to the November 21 Florida State,'
University vs. University of
Florida game.
A donation of $2.00 for a
chance to win a pair of game tick-
ets is being asked. Donations for
the giveaway can be given to any'
PSJHS varsity cheerleader or
made at rthe main entrance of,
Shark Stadium during home:fdootf
ball games. The winner will be.
announced on October 30 during
halftime of the PSJ vs. Bonifay
game.

Humane Society
Says Thank You
The St. Joseph Bay Humane
Society would like to thank The
Star, the Akes from Wewahitchka..
and everyone who came to. the
Puppy and Kitty Fair for making
that outing a great success. They
especially, thank the 11 adoptors
who provided homes for eight
dogs and'thrie cats. '" '
There are many different ani-
mals available for adoption right
now at the pound. Of these possi-
ble pets, nine are cats, and 19 are
dogs, including a five month old
cream-colored bull dog mix, a
seven month old female black and
tan lab/pinscher mlx. an eight.
.,month old female ,lab mix, and.
i' foir large 'labs who need a good
home.
Even if you're not interested
in adopting an animal right now,
you can still help end the unwant-
ed/stray animal program. Take
your dog or cat to the vet and
have it spayed or neutered. It will
Prevent unwanted puppies and
kittens from being born, as well
as benefit the animal.


"Purple Pack"

SInvitational Sat.
Last Saturday, the boys' cross
country team competed .in' the
Panhandle Championships, host-
ed by Marianna High School. A
total of 129 runners from 20
schools took part in the meet..
In the Division I competition,
Niceville placed first with 48
points, ;followed by. Maclay (sec-,
ond, 53 points),. and Pensacola,
Washington (third, 162 points). In
the DiMislon II competition.
Pensacola Catholic finished first:
with 172 points. Florida High
(246) placed second and
Mananna (250). third.
In the individual competition,
Phillip Laird of Niceville took first
with a meet record time of 15:00.
Thure Caire of Maclay placed sec-',
ond (15:37). and Eric Rltchson of
Niceville place third (15:37).
Representing the 'Purple
Pack" in the ,meet, were: .Adam
Whie, ,. 57th,, 17:47; John
Watkins, 62nd, 17:57; Chris
Hendricks. 67th, 18:02; .Josh
Watkins. 80th (JV) 1:19; Pat
Fitzgerald. 117th (JV), 27:10; and
Brandon Stitt (two miles), 14:27,
Josh Todd (hip) and Rod
Givens (achilles) were injured and
did not compete in the meet.
"The boys really had a great
meet! Every one of them recorded
new personal best times," arid
eighth grader John Watkins set a
new 'class record,", commented
Coach Scott Gowan.'
'Saturday, the team will host,
the 9th Annual Shark Invitational
Cross Country Meet. The meet
will be held at' St: Joseph Bay
Country Club', and will begin at
9:30.,

Apalach Shrimp'
Public Workshop
The Marine Fisheries
Commission has scheduled a
public workshop to receive input
regarding'proposals to allow the
limited use of skimmer trawls to
harvest shrimp in Apalachicola
Bay, and to allow daytime harvest
of shrimp inthe bay from July 15
through September 14 each year.
The public is encouraged' to
participate at the workshop,
which will take place from 1:00 to,
3:00 p.m. on Monday, November
2. at the Franklin County
Courthouse, Court Room. 33
Njarket Street. in Apalachicola. :


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1998 PAGE 11A

GCCC Volleyball Here Sat,


High School's gym. The match will
be a three of five set.
Although, this is only the first
year for the volleyball program at
Gulf Coast, the team has already,
demonstrated its excellence.
Right now, the team's record is,
9-3. The ladies are 3-0 in confer-
ence, as well as the conference
champions.
They have plans to go to the
state tournament on November
10th.
One of team's players is Port
St. Joe's own Stephanie Maxwell.
a 1997 graduate of Port St. Joe
High School. Maxwell Is a hitter
for the team, and has been a front
row player throughout the sea-
son.
She played basketball and
volleyball during high school and
has played basketball for Gulf
Coast College during the two
years that she's attended..
'The team's' coach, Grover
Hicks. said that Maxwell was a
tremendous asset to the team and
stated that, "Stephanie has been
very instrumental in solidifying
our team."'He added that she had
greatly helped "get them ready to'
play volleyball."
Coach Hicks said that he and
the team are "very pleased to play
a match in Port St, Joe." They're
hoping that this match will bring
some recognition to the team and
aid their recruiting efforts.
Everyone in the community is
invited and encouraged to attend
this game. There will be no charge
for admission, so make plans now '
to come watch the team.


The Gulf Coast Community
College Ladies Volleyball Team
will be playing at Port St. Joe High
School on Saturday, October 31,
beginning at 4:00 p.m., ET. They
will go head to head with
Abraham Baldwin Community
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Take 46-0 Win In

District Showdown
The Port St. Joe Sharks, the
#9 ranked team in Class 2A,
sealed up their spot with Friday
night's 46-0 blow-out over the
Apalachicola Sharks.
"We really 'dominated on
offense and', defense." said head
coath Chuck Gannon. "It was the
first time of the year that we had
been really clicking on all cylin-
ders. Our kids came focused and
ready to play football."
Koran Peters collected all of.
the Sharks' 94 yards on their first
scoring dnve, with a 19 yard run
and a 75 yard touchdown run.
Jarred Lambert's extra point
attempt try w.as no good, but the
Sharks did take a 6-0 lead with
4:31 left In the first quarter. "
Bonjour Hill quickly put Port
St. Joe back on the board, on
Apalachicola's ensuing drive,
when he recovered a blocked punt
and returned it one yard for a
touchdown.
James Daniels' pass to Rod
Chambers fell incomplete on the
Sharks' two point conversion try.
However. Port St. Joe did extend
its lead to 12-0 with 2:16 left in
the first quarter.
The Sharks took over the foot-
ball with good field position when
Mark Williams sacked Apalach's
quarterback to cause a fumble
which Jim Faison recovered on
the Apalachicola 34 yard line. The
Sharks reached the end zone for
the third time on a five yard run
by Faison. Lambert's extra point
gave Port St. Joe a 19-0 lead with
10:12 left in the first half of play.
"We really got after it on
defense." said Coach Gannon.
"We shut down their outside'
speed. and they adjusted and'
tried to run the football inside."
Port St. Joe wasted little time
in the second half before scoring.
Faison broke loose on the Sharks'
first offensive play from scrim-
mage for a 52 yard touchdown
run. Lambert tacked on the extra
point for a 26-0 Port St. Joe lead--
with 9:49 left in the third quarter.
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four plays to score on a 23 yard
run by Daniels. Lambert's extra
point was good for a 33-0 Port St.
Joe lead with 3:13 left In the third
quarter.
Two plays later, the Shark
defense reached the end zone for
the second Lime of the night on a
31 yard Interception return by
Brett Jeffcoat. Lambert's kick
extended Port St. Joe's lead to 40-
0 with 2:23 left in the third quar-
ter.
:Hill put the' Sharks on the
board for the final time, midway
through the fourth quarter, on a
three yard touchdown run for a
46-0 victory.
The Sharks were led on
offense by Peters, who had six
carries for 100 yards and one
touchdown. Williams had 96
yards on nine carries, while
Faison had six carrie's for 91
yards and two touchdowns. Hill
bad 32 yards on five carries and a

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It you intend to take a young
person hunting this fall and
they're a first time license buyer.
you should consider enrolling
them in a hunter education
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"The course stresses safe gun
handling and the basics, of safe
hunting." said Lt. Dave Crosarol,
hunter education officer with the
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The 16-hour course is offered
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laws. safe gun practices, outdoor
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Gulf Rifle Club
BR-50 Matches
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
Its final sanctioned BR-50 match-
es for the year on .Saturday,
October 31st. Registration and
set-up will begin at 8:30 a.m. and
the first match will start at 9:30.
The BR-50 match consists of
four stages., each stage using a
target with 25 or 50 bullseyes,
and a time limit with one shot
fired at, each bullseye.
Competitors with the highest
aggregate scores of .the four
matches will be awarded plaques.
This match requires an accu-
rate .22 rifle and scope. All shots
are fired from benchrests with the
rifle supported on sandbag rests.
The matches are very challenging
aid all rifle' shooters are invited to
compete.
Last Saturday, the club held
its monthly PPC and FPOA bulls-
eye matches The PPC match was
won by John Fadio with a score of
497. Dale Marshall was second
with 435 and Wayne Frasure,
third. Marshall won the bullseye
match with a score of 525; Calvin
Dean, second, with 503; and
Fadio, third, with 486.


touchdown, and Daniels had a 3 passing aruu ,s -.
yard touchdown run. ,, Total Yards 342 21-1
"Sam Bell. Steven Lowrey. Fumbles/Lost 0/0 3/2
Tremaine Lews. John Gainous Penalties/Yards 5/44 6/40
and Mario Swanston did a good .unts j. 2/32 3 /31


job blocking on the offensive line.
We ran the ball for 342 yards."
said Coach Gannon.
Hill had 13 tackles and a
fumble recovery for a touchdown
to lead the' Port St. Joe defense.
Peters had 12 tackles; Davin
Baxter had 10 tackles; and Faison
had 10 tackles and a fumble
recovery. Jeffcoat had nine tack-
les and an interception for, a
touchdown. a batted pass and
caused a fumble. Jacob
Tankersley also had nine tackles
for Port St. Joe.
"!Our defense will have to step
it up another notch this week to
stop Bonifay's Hudson. He, has
rushed for over 200 yards the last
three games against good teams,"
said Gannon.
"BonLfay has some big kids
and they are going to be good.
They're coming off a big win at
Gracevllle." he added.
Port St. Joe returns to Shark
Stadium this Friday night to kick-
off against Bonifay at 7:30 p.m.,
ET.


APAL


Score by Quarters
12 7 21 6 -46
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STATISTICS
PSJ


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Rushes/Yds.
Passes


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47/188
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Gulf Correctional Institute Supports Bounds Street Ceili


Area Elementary School's Projects Band Is Appearing
handdelver AtApalachicola's Historic Old
The construction of Gulf enrollment to Wewahitchka which to WES is quite proud. ly visited WES to hand deliver *
Correctional Institute brought a Elementary School, but it also Representatives of the each 'classroom a large bag of Trinity Church Sunday, Nov. 1
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age were reams ot copier/printer
paper, liquid antibacterial hand
soap, glue. markers and other
school and office supplies. In an
era of limited funds, these addi-
tional supplies' were warmly
received.
The institute demonstrates
I support in other ways as well.
Recently, the sixth grade classes
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Stone Mill Creek. They had the
opportunity to see for themselves
what imprisonment entails.
Students visited the bloodhound
kennels, as well as the cells, and
most returned to campus certain
of which side of the bars they
wanted to be.
Inmate labor has also helped
with recent campus beautification
projects. Throughout the sum-
rier, G.C.I. oversaw painting.
landscaping, and fencing pro-
jects. Their efforts continue dur-
ing the after school hours and on
weekends.
Keith Reyes of G.C.I. has
begun painting a mural depicting
a native American scene on the
WES wall ball court. Completion
of this project is expected soon.


u ovemU er s s at,+ p.m. nm
historic Trinity Church in
Apalachicola, the Ilse Newell
Fund for the Performing Arts will
present the Bounds Street Ceili
Band. This Celtic band from
Vicksburg, Mississippi, directed
by Tim Avalon, is composed of five
musicians who, play a variety of
instruments-fiddle, Irish drums,
flute, whistle, accordion, tenor
banjo, mandolin, and Irish man-
dolin.
Bounds Street Ceili Band per-
forms traditional Celtic music
(with a groove!) including jigs,
reels, hornpipes, slip jigs, polkas,
gavottes, and a variety of songs.
The group was first formed in
1994 by Tim "Big Dog" Avalon
(fiddle, mandolin, banjo, guitar.
vocals) and today consists of Tim,
Wally,"The Fish" Erwin (fiddle,
accordion), Mary "Maria Samba"
Fitzgerald (percussion, guitar,
vocals). Heather "Cheetah
Woman" Mitchell (flute, bouzou-
ki), Susan "Susan" Wellman (tin-
whistle, vocals), all original mem-
bers of the band, and Chico "Don"
Sittman (jawharp).
Bounds Street Ceili Band per-
forms, at a number of special


ously at CelticFest, Mississippi
Cultural Festival, the Jackson
Zoo's Mississippi Heritage
Festival, Jubilee Jam,
Trustmark's Fridays in Smith
Park, Chimneyville Crafts
Festival, Pioneer and Indian
Festival, Jackson's Earth Day
Celebration, and ceilis sponsored
by the Celtic-Amencan heritage
Society.
In addition, Bounds Street
Ceili Band plays regularly at the
area clubs Fenian's and Hal and
Mal's






ELECTION





NOVMrDOP 3


Sylvia's Handpainted Signs
Sylvia Fraley, along with her
husband, Wayne, have come to
the area recently to make thefr
home here by the beautiful beach-
es.
More than just a sign painter,
Sylvia brings other exciting ideas
to the community as well. Unique,
colorful. handpainted signs are
only a small part of her talents.
She'll liven up your boat with
beautiful free-flowing designs or
ocean scenes: make cut-outs of
your favorite fish, animal or plant
forms to display on or in front of
your home: maybe even paint a
portrait of that adorable pet you
love so much, preserving its mem-
ory forever; a great idea for a spe-
cial gift!
Prior to the past 20 years of
painting signs and other Inndva-
t;ve.,,endeavors.. Sylvia -enjoyed
working creatively for such major
concerns as Capitol Record Club.
Nash Publishing. several advertis-
ing firms in the greater Los
* Angeles area. and Dorothy Shreve
Modeling and Charm School.
She feels that her background
and expertise gained throughout
the years assures a satisfied cus-
tomer every time. Check out the
Sylvia's Handpainted Signs ad in
the "Trades and Services" section
of this issue of The Star.

Mullet Dinner
The Dalkeith Volunteer Fire
Department will be having a mul-
let dinner on Saturday, October
31, at Lake Alice Park in
Wevahitchka, from 11:00 a.m. to
2:001 p.m. CT. A dunking booth
will aso be set up for everyone's
entetainment.
iDinners will contain fresh
fried fish, hush puppies, cheese
grits, baked beans, and tea or
coke. A donation of $3.50 Is being
asked for each plate.
On Saturday night, candy will
be passed out at the fire depart-
ment.


St. Joe Acquired
Goodman Segar
The St. Joe Company
announced recently its acquisi-
tion of Goodman Segar Hogan
Hoffler LP, including the majority
interests held by Dominion
Capital Inc., a unit of Dominion
Resources Inc., and Armada
Hoffier, a private real estate firm
based in Chesapeake, Virginia. In
addition. St. Joe has acquired all
minority interests in the firm held
by a number of limited partners.
Peter S. Rummell, chairman
and CEO of St. Joe, said,
"Goodman Segar GVA is an
Important building block in the
expansion of St. Joe.commercial
real estate activities.' from our
sting base In Florida to. key
growth markets of the Southeast.
St. Joe is committed to building
Goodman Segar GVA to be the
Southeast's highest caliber com-
mercial real estate services leader
anchored in each of our markets
with deep and strong local roots."
Goodman Segar GVA Is a
commercial, retail, office and
industrial real estate services
company based in Norfolk,
Virginia. It leases and manages
approximately 25 million square
feet of commercial property In the
southeast United States with real
estate transactions valued at
nearly Sl billion annually. In
addition. Goodman Segar GVA
owns a commercial construction
company, GSHH Construction,
LLC.

Turkey Shoots
The Highland View Volunteer
Fire Department will.be holding a
turkey shoot every Saturday and
Sunday, from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m.
until November 22nd. The shoots
will be conducted at Butler's
Road, off of Highway 98, near
Highland View.


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Gulfounty Needs Jobs



nd .YoU can help...



The Economic Development Counci of Gulf County

needs your help on


Tu day, November 3rd


What does this mean? This allows new or expanding businesses in Gulf
County to apply for fax breaks on ad valorem property taxes by meeting
certain employment requirements.


How would this help Gulf County? Tax incentives such as this help us
to attract businesses to our county. This offers businesses a financial
advantage to relocate or expand in Gulf County.


Do other counties offer this? Yes. To remain competitive in attracting
new businesses to their area, and to keep growing businesses from leaving,
many counties throughout the state of Florida already have this tax incen-
tive in place.



You can help create more jobs in Gulf County.

Your vote is needed!


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PAGE 2B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1998


Animal Shelter Apprecio


"Captain Put" is Planned Feature at Seafood Festival
"Captain Put," a decorative boat that promotes Florida 'seafood, will be on display November 6th through
8th at the 35th Annual Florida Seafood Festival in Apalachicola.
"Captain Put" is part of an exhibit produced by the .Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer.
Services, Bureau-of Seafood and Aquaculture, Donated by the Southeastern Fisheries Association and Raflield
Fisheries, Inc., the 14-foot boat is named in memory of B. J. Putman, a wvorld-class charter boat fisherman.
The boat displays gear used by fisherman and provides an informative look into Florida's important seafood
industry. Educational materials and recipes will be distributed by department representatives at the "Captain
Put" exhibit. "Captain Put" makes appearances at seafood festivals and other agricultural events throughout
Florida.


When most people think of an'
animal shelter, they imagine a
building housing stray cats and;
dogs. They may not know that
animal shelters may also investi-
gate cruelty complaints, issue pet
licenses, assist in spaying -and
neutering pets and educate mem-
bers of the community about
responsible pet ownership.
The Humane Society of the
United States (HSUS) sponsors
-National Animal Shelter
Appreciation Week", November
1st to 7th to celebrate the services
that animal shelters provide. This
year, "National Animal Shelter
Appreciation Week" spotlights the
contributions made by animal
control officers, who work on the
front lines helping people resolve
conflicts with animals and aiding
injured or stray animals.
Some animal shelters lack the
'funding and community support
to provide top quality services and
all shelters could use help. Here
are some ideas:
*Donate your time and
resources to your local shelter.
Volunteers can walk dogs or
answer phones. Shelters can
always use pet food, toys and old
towels. Ask your local shelter
about their needs.
*Educate your friends and
neighbors about proper pet
care. Pets need food, shelter, love,
attention and regular veterinary
care (including spaying or neuter-
ino.
*Get political. Lobby your


legislators to pass effective animal
control ordinances and strong
anti-cruelty laws.
Although animal shelters may
not be as visible as police and fire-
fighters, they are also essential to


ation Week
the safety and well-being of the.
community. The HSUS encour-:
ages everyone to learn more about,
their local animal shelter and the:
many ways it can help build a.
better community for everyone.


FREE HEARING TEST
-Set For-
SENIOR CITIZENS

GULF COAST HEARING AID
CENTER of Panama City will be
offering to anyone 55 or older a
free hearing test. If you have been
... exposed to loud. factory noise, if
:..n people seem to mumble or you
.,h ask people to repeat what they
have said, come see us at:

JAMES W. DAME
Hearing Aid Specialist

ST. JOE MOTEL
501 Monument Avenue
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5
9:00 A.M. 12:00 NOON
This is our regular monthly Service Center and we will service any-
one's hearing aid free of charge. We have the lowest battery prices
in the area. Come in and try our service!


Fall Festival at Port St.

Joe Elementary Friday


Port St. Joe Elementarn's PTA
Is planning a fall festival filled
with food and fun! This year's
event will be held at the school
beginning at noon and ending at
1:30 p.m. on Friday, October 30.
The PTA wanted to ,plan a
time that would enable all the
students at the school to 'partici-
pate in the festival. Each class-
room at'the school will have a
booth in which you canr play :a
game of chance or purchase a fall
festival souvenir. The classes will
be able' to retain, the majority of
their proceeds, so be sure to drop
by and support your child's class.
The PTA will also be serving a
meal, which will include a hot
,. ,:'


dog, a bag of chips, and a drink
for a $1.50. This will really help
those parents that will need to
attend the festival during their
lunch hour.
,Many of the booths this year
will be old favontes, including the
dunking booth and the treat walk.
However, the PTA will also be
holding a giveaway, awarding
door prizes, and many other sur-
prises!
Volunteers are needed to help
in setting up the festival, cooking
hot dogs. making treats, and pro-
viding soft dnnks. Please help
your PTA make this the best fall
festival ever. They'll see you there!


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THE ST~'IAR- POR'QT ST. JE. LUeT TTDq1nAW lOCTOBER D )O 1999 Df. R= AS ~tAdS*,~aSd O O


-.4


GULF COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION


NOVEMBER 3,1998


ONLY VOTERS IN

PRECINCTS 2 & 4

MAY VOTE IN THE,

DISTRICT 2 RACE


INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS
1.. To vote blacken the Oval (0) next to the candidate of your
choice.
2. Use only the pencil provided to mark the ballot.


OFFICE
r GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER
1. To vote blacken the Oval
(0) next to the candidate of
your choice.
'2. To vote for a candidate
whose name is not printed
on the ballot, write the
candidate's name in the
blank space provided, and
blacken the Oval (*) by
name.
3. Use only the pencil pro-
vided to mark the ballot.

CONGRESSIONAL

UNITED STATES SENATOR
(Vote for One)
C BOB GRAHAM (Dem)

CD CHARLIE CRIST (Rep)
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
2ND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
(Vote for One)

CD ALLEN BOYD (Dem)

CD WRITE-IN CANDIDATE


STATE
GOVERNOR AND
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
(Vote for Group)
BUDDY MACKAY (Dem)
c=i RICK DANTZLER (Deni)
JEB BUSH (Rep)
.C FRANK' BROGAN (Rep)


Cj WRITE-IN CANDIDATE,

SECRETARY OF STATE
(Vote for One)
cD KAREN GIEVERS (Dem)

CD KATHERINE HARRIS (Rep)
ATTORNEY GENERAL :
(Vote for One)
CD BOB BUTTERWORTH (Dem)


DAVID H.O(DAVE)
CD BLUDWORTH
COMPTROLLER
(Vote for One)
NEWALL JEROME
CD DAUGHTREY

cD BOB MILLIGAN
TREASURER
(Vote for One)
CD BILL NELSON,.

CD TIM IRELAND
COMMISSIONER OF EDU(
(Vote for One)


(Rep)
.. ;


COMMISSIONER OF AGR
(Vote for One)
ECO BOB CRAWFORD

c: RICH FAIRCLOTH
LEGISLATIVE
STATE REPRESENT
7TH HOUSE DISTF
(Vote for One)
CD JAMEY WESTBRO

cD BEV KILMER

NOE WE 1

COUNTY
COUNTY COMMISSION
(Vote for One)
CD TOMMY D. MONTF

D: BILLY TRAYLOR


NONPARTISAN JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
Shall Justice MAJOR B. HARDING of tt
Supreme Court be retained in office?
CD YES

CD NO


DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
Shall Judge MICHAEL E. ALLEN of
the 1st District Court of Appeal be
retained in office?


'-CD YES.


CD NO
Shall Judge EDWARD T. BARFIELD
of the 1st District Court of Appeal be
retained in office?
CD YES

CD NO
Shall Judge ANNE CAWTHON
BOOTH of the 1st District Court of
Appeal be retained in office?
CD YES

E: NO


Shall Judge CHARLES J. KAHN, JR.
of the 1st District Court of Appeal be
retained in office?


(Dem) cD YES

(Rep) CD NO
Shall Judge PHIL PADOVA
1st District Court of Ap
retained in office
(Dem). Dc YES

(Rep) CD NO
CATION Shall Judge JAMES R. WC
1st District Court of Ap
retained in office


CD PETER RUDY WALLAbE (Dem). t YES

CD TOM GALLAGHER. (Rep) E: NO


CULTURE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS OR OTHER
PUBLIC MEASURES.
(Dem) To vote on a constitutional amendment
or other public measure, blacken the
(Rep) Oval (4) next to either YES or NO.
NO.1
,ATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
RICT ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 3 AND 4;
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 22
(Legislative)
)OK (Dem) Historic Property Tax Exemption and
Assessment
-.With respect to historic property granted ad
(Rep) valorem tax-exemplion by a county or
municipality, removes a requirement that
the owner be engaged in renovating the
IN N property., : '. : "
Authorizes the Legislature to allow counties.
or municipalities, by ordinance, to assess
historic properties solely on the basis of
ER, DIST. 2 character or use for ad valorem tax purpos-
es. subject to eligibility requirements speci-
ORD(Dem) field by general law.

(Rep) CD YESfor Approval


NO for Rejection:
rT NO.2
e CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION 17
(Legislative)
Preservation of the Death Penally; United
.States Supreme Court Interpretation of
Cruel and Unusual Punishment
Proposing an amendment to Section 17 of
Article I of the State Constitution preserving
the death penalty, and permitting any exe-
cution method unless prohibited by the
Federal Constitution. Requires construction
of the prohibition against cruel and/or
unusual punishment to conform to Uniled
States Supreme Court interpretation of the
Eighth Amendment. Prohibits reduction of a
dealh sentence based on invalidity of exe-
cutilon method, and provides for continued
force of sentence. Provides for retroactive
applicability.
CO YES for Approval


CD NO for Rejection
: N0.3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
(Legislative)
Additional Homestead Tax Exemption
Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution, effective January 1, 1999, to-
authorize Ihe Legislature to allow counties
and municipalities to grant an additional ',
homestead tax exemption' not exceeding
$25,000 to certain persons 65 years of age
or older whose household income does not
exceed a specified amount.
YES for Approval


ANO of the NO for Rejection
peal be NO.4
)? CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 1
(Legislative)
Recording of Instruments in Branch Offices
OLF of the Proposing an amendment to Section 1 of
Oel be te Article VIII of the State Constitution autho-
ipeal be rising the recording of instruments by filing
'? *at a branch office of a county seat.
C=. YES for Approval

CD NO for Rejection
CONTINUED ON BACK OF BALLOT
TURN BALLOT OVER


A MESSAGE TO VOTERS:
It is election time again and this year's General Election ballot is again filled with races
that will affect all of our lives.


NO.5
CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION
ARTICLE II, SECTION 7(a); ARTICLE IV,
SECTION 9; ARTICLE VII, SECTION 11 (e)-(f)
ARTICLE X, SECTION 18;
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 22
(Constitution Revision Commission)
Conservation of Natural Resources and
Creation of Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission
Requires adequate provision for conserve
tion of natural resources; creates Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commission, granting
it the regulatory and executive powers c
the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis
slon and the Marine Fisheries Commission
removes legislature's exclusive authority ti
regulate marine life and grants certain pow
ers to new commission; authorizes bonds ti
continue financing acquisition and improve
ment of lands for conservation, outdoo
recreation, and related purposes; restrict:
disposition of state lands designated fo
conservation purposes.
iD YES for Approval

cD NO for Rejection
NO.6
CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION
ARTICLE IX, SECTION 1
(Constitution Revision Commission)
Public Education of Children
Declares the education of children to be
fundamental value of the people of Florida
Establishes adequate provision for educa
tion as a paramount duty of the state
expands constitutional mandate requiring
the slate to make adequate provision for a
uniform system of free public schools by
also requiring the stale to make adequate
provision for an efficient, safe. secure, and
high quality system.
::3 YES for App5roval

CD NO for Rejection
NO.7
CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION
ARTICLE V, SUBSECTIONS 10, 11(a)-(b),
12(a), (f), 14; ARTICLE XII, SECTION 22
(Constitution Revision Commission)
Local Option for Selection of Judges and
Funding of State Courts
Provides for future local elections to decide
Whether to continue electing circuit anc
county judges or to adopt system of
appointment of those judges by governor,
with subsequent elections to retail or not
retain those judges; provides election. pro-
cedure for subsequent changes to selection
of judges; Increases county judges' terms
fromor four to six years; corrects judicial qual,
ifications commission term of office; allo-
cates state courts system funding among
state, counties, and users of courts.
cD YES for Approval

CD NO for Rejection
NO.8
CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION
ARTICLE II, SECTION 8(h)(1); ARTICLE III,
SUBSECTIONS 8(b), 16(b) AND (f), 19(fX3);
ARTICLE IV, SUBSECTIONS 3(b), 4,7(a)
AND 8(a); ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 1(1);
ARTICLE IX, SECTION 2; ARTICLE XI,
SUBSECTIONS 2(c), 3, 4, 5(a), AND 6(e);
ARTICLE XII; SUBSECTIONS 9(c)(5) AND 22
(Constitution Revision Commission)
Restructuring the State Cabinet
Merges cabinet offices of treasurer and
comptroller into one chief financial officer;
reduces cabinet membership to chief finan-


cial officer, attorney general, agriculture
commissioner; secretary of state and edu-
" cation commissioner eliminated from elect-
ed cabinet; secretary of state duties defined
by law; changes composition of state board
of education from governor and cabinet to
board appointed by governor; board
appoints education commissioner; defines
state board of administration, trustees of
internal improvement trust fund, land acqui-
sition trust fund.
CD YES for Approval

CD: NO for Rejection


:" .NO.9
o CONSTITUTIONAL REV
"- ARTICLE I, SECTION
- (Constitution Revision Coi
r Basic Rights
s Delines "natural persons." wl
r before the law and who hav
rights as "female and male all
that no person shall be deprive
because of national origin; cha
cal handicap" to "physical dis
reason that people are protect
deprived of any right.
CD YES for Approval

:D NO for Rejection

a NO.10
; CONSTITUTIONAL REV
; ARTICLE VII, SECTION 3(a),(
g ARTICLE VIII, SECTION
a (Constitution Revision Cor
, Local and Municipal Property T
d tions and Citizen Access to Lo
Broadens tax exemption for g
uses of municipal property; au
islature to exempt certain m
special district property used
seaport, or public purposes;
a option tax exemption for propi
conservation purposes: permits
tangible personal property la
for attachments to mobile hon
tain residential rental furnishin
limitations on citizens' ability
cate with local officials about m
are the subject of public hearing
*CD YES for Approval

f 'D NO for Rejection


VISION
N 2
mission)
ho are' equal


and issues


The Supervisor of Elections office is again asking "Are you ready?" for the upcoming election.
This sample ballot is one way to help you get ready for election day. We encourage you to take.!
the sample ballot and study it as a reference in casting your vote.
There is other important information that you should be aware of before the General Election. In
order to vote on November 3, 1998 you must have registered to vote by October 5, 1998. If you
have moved or do not have a voter identification card, please call the office to confirm the loca-
fion of your polling place. Florida law requires that you vote in the precinct where you live.
If you cannot get to the polls on Election Day, you can request an absentee ballot. A voted absen-
tee ballot must be received in my office by 7 PM EST on election day.
I encourage every voter to participate in the general election on November 3, 1998. Polls will be
open from 7 a.m. till 7 p.m. EST. If you have any questions, please call my office at 229-6117 or
639-5069. Let us know if we can help you get ready for the upcoming election.
CORA SUE ROBINSON
Supervisor of Elections
1000 Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Blvd. Port St. Joe, Floridac


NO.12
CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION
ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 5
(Constitution Revision Commission)
Firearms Purchases: Local Option for
Criminal History Records Check and
Waiting Period
Authorizes each county the option of requir-
inq a criminal history records check and
waiting period of 3 to 5 days in connection
with the "sale" of any firearm; defines "sale"
as the transfer of money or other valuable
consideration for a firearm where any part
of the transaction occurs on property open
to public access; does not apply to holders
of a concealed weapons permit when pur-
chasing a firearm.
cD YES for Approval

CD NO for Rejection


ike;" provides NO.13
Rd of any right CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION
anges "physi- ARTICLE I, SUBSECTIONS 4,9,16(a), 18, 3;
ad Irom being ARTICLE II, SUBSECTIONS 5(b), 8(g)-(i);
ARTICLE III, SUBSECTIONS 3(f), 8(a)-(b),
17(bXc), 18,19(d); ARTICLE IV,
SUBSECTIONS 1(a) AND (c), 2,3(b),4(e),
7(a); ARTICLE V, SUBSECTIONS 1, 2(a) AND

(b), 3(a), 8,10(a), 11(c), 17,18, 20(c)(5) AND
(9), 20(d)(8), 20(e)(1); ARTICLE VII,
VISION SUBSECTIONS 4(b) AND 6(b); ARTICLE IX,
f) AND (g); SECTION 5; ARTICLE X, SUBSECTIONS 3
)N 7 AND 4(a); ARTICLE XI,
nrmission) SUBSECTIONS 2 AND 6
ax Exemp- (Constitution Revision Commission)
cal Officials Miscellaneous Matters and Technical
governmental Revisions
ithorizes leg- Revsions
theorizes leg- Removes gender-specific references;
municipal and allows prison sentences in court-martial
e mis ircal actions; consolidates ethics code provi-
erty used for sons; specifies time for veto message con-
s local option sideration; clarifies that legislature gives
Slocxl option designated officials final general appropria-
x exemptions lions bills 72 hours before passage; allows
gs; removes direct appeal of courts-martial to specified
to ommunistate court and advisory opinions from fed-
atters commuwhich eral military courts; requires earlier consti-
atters wh utin revision commission appointments;
Igs. changes tax and budget reform commission
voting procedures and meetings from every
10 to every 20;years.
CD YES for Approval


NO0.11
CONSTITiTIONAL REVISION
ARTICLE IV, SECTION 5(a); ARTICLE VI,
SUBSECTIONS 1,2,5,7;
ARTICLE IX, SECTION 4(a)
(Constitution Revision Commission)
Ballot Access, Public Campaign Financ-
ing, and Election Process Revisions
Provides ballot access requirements for
independent and minor party candidates
cannot be greater than requirements for
majority party candidates; allows all voters,
regardless of party, to vote in any party's
primary election if the winner will have no
general election opposition; provides public
financing of campaigns for statewide candi-
dates who agree to campaign spending lim-
its; permits candidates for governor to run in
primary elections without lieutenant gover-
nor; makes school board elections nonpar-
tisan; corrects voting age.
CD YES for Approval'

CD NO for Rejection


CD NO for Rejection *
COUNTY REFERENDUM 1
Tourist Development Tax
Should the Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners adopt a Tourist
Development Tax?
CD YES FOR the Tourist
Development Tax
CD NO AGAINST the Tourist
Development Tax

COUNTY REFERENDUM 2
Property Tax Exemption
Shall the Board of County
Commissioners of this county be autho-
rized to grant, pursuant to Section 3,
Article VII of the State Constitution, prop-
erty tax exemptions to new businesses
and expansions of existing businesses?
CD YES For Authority to Grant
Exemptions
CD NO Against Authority to Grant
Exemptions


IAL BALLOT, GENERAL ELECTION


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Halloween Fun Friday Festival.
WES would like for you to
come on out and enjoy an after-
noon of fun" with us. The
Halloween festival will begin at
12:30 and last until 2:00. There
will be booths, drinks, pizza;, food,
fun, fun, etc.!!!! This is a money-
maker for the enhancement of the
classrooms.
Third Grade Presents 12th Annual
Veteran's Day Program
On Wednesday. November 11.
at 9:30 a.m.. the third grade will
present its annual' celebration of
veterans. We have lots of enter-
tainment, rousing songs. and spe-
cial guests.
Afterward. there will be a
reception afterward at the
Wewahitchka Elementary School
pavilion for the veterans, all per-
formers, and guests. Every year
our crowd gets bigger. So come on
out and be a part of the American
,experience.
First Grade Drives The Magic
School Bus
SKids everywhere love the
Magic School Bus CD's that
explore everything from the
human body to rocks and fossils


Judges Chosen
for Essay Contest
Co-chairpersons for the Voice
of Democracy Essay Contest Joan
Phillip. Ladies Auxiliary, and Dick
Seefeldt, have completed the
arrangements for the taping and
judging next week. The tapings
will be done on Monday,
November 2, by Ken Murphy at
the First United. Methodist
Church in Port St. Joe.
The judging will be done at
the post home in Highland View
on Thursday, November 5. This
year, two of the judges will be
from TV Channel 13, and one will
be from a radio station in Panama
City.
Good luck, students, in your
essays entitled, "My Service to
America."


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


under the earth. First grade
teachers, Rhonda Pridgeon and
Misty Harper, took their little ones
to the Junior Museum's exhibit
on the Magic School Bus, and
afterwards enjoyed a picnic at
Under the Oaks. What a perfect
day for an outing!
5th & 6th Grades Enjoy Huckc Finn!
The appeal of Mark Twain has
never been greater than it is dight
now.. People everywhere are read-
ing and re-reading his classics.
Personally, I often though they
were required at too early an age
to fully appreciate the genius of,
his works. ,
The students in fifth" and:
sixth grades enjoyed a stage per-
formance of the famous Huck
Finn at the renovated Martin-
Theatre on Harrison Avenue.
Afterward, the kids chose lunch
at either McDonald's or Burger
King.
The Colon
In daily oral language review
in Melanie Hinote's classroom,
Mrs. Hinote was telling the class
what a colon looked like and what
it was used for. Mrs. Hinote also
told them that a colon was part of
our digestive system. To make
sure he was clear about a colon,
inquisitive William Barber asked,
"Is the colon in our body two little
dots too?"
A Sign of the Times.
Our son. Beau, is a student at
FSU uin Tallahassee and comes
home most every weekend.
Usually on Friday, I'm tired and
just leave him a little note with $5
for a "little treat" supper. The
other day my mother-in-law,
Nadine Whitfield, had cooked
some lima beans and homemade
biscuits and asked us if we want-
ed some. Naturally, we did.
So last Friday. I dipped out
some for Beau and left him a little
note saying that we had to go to
PC, but his supper was in the
fridge. When we got home. I asked
him how he liked his supper, and
he said, "Mama, they. were really
good. Did the lunchroom cook
limas today?"
Michael Riley is the "Student of,
the Week"
Sue McDaniel chose 11 year
old Michael Riley, the son of
Michael Charles and Annie Riley,
as the fifth grade "Student of the
Week". Michael loves bike riding
and playing football. When he
grows up, he would like to be a
pro player "to make lots of
money". Michael likes to play with
Brandon Rouse and watch the re-
runs of "The Dukes of Hazard".
His favorite color is blue, and his
favorite song is "All My Life".
Miss Sue says this about
Michael-"Michael is always will-
ing to help others. He is very con-
scientious about his work and
always does his best. Michael
enjoys being in T.E.A.M. because,
"It builds my confidence and self-
esteem." Michael will receive a
large pizza compliments of Will
McLemore at the Dixie Dandy.
Congratulations!!!


POST-REPORT CARD! SURVEYS!
Certainly by .now you have
seen a report card. If you haven't,.
find out why. Students were to
bring not only their reports home,
but also a parent survey that we
desperately need back this week.
I hope each of you who
received one read it carefully.
filled it out, and either sent lit
back by your student or dropped
it in the mail (we enclosed an'
addressed envelope for you). As, I
write we've only received six back,
so please check your papers, fillfit
out, and return it to us as soon as
you can. We need it!
Another "overtime" loss
Friday night (the third time this
season) kept the Gators out of the
win column again, but the Gators
continue to play better than the
record indicates, considering their
limited members.
This Friday night, the Gators
must go against Liberty County in
Wewa at 7 p.m. We'll need every
bit of skill, luck, and support we
can muster to compete against
the Bulldogs who have a potent
squad that is flying high this year.
Volleyball wraps up this year
with the district tournament
Thursday afternoon at
Blountstown High School. The
ladies also have struggled
through a rebuilding year, hoping
for better things next year.


: Andrew S. O'Barr
y: Andrew s. O'Barr


Young Stock Market Investors


Sixth grade students at
Wewahitchka Elementary- School,
under the direction of teachers
Pam Sumner and Debbie Baxley,
are participating in the "Florida
Stock Market Game", an educa-_
tional game in which students
'work in teams to decide how to
invest a hypothetical $100,000 in
common stocks.
Students collectively decide to
buy, sell, sell short or buy on'
margin. Students conduct these


transactions on a daily or weekly
'basis throughout the 10-week
game period. The "Stock Market
Game" is an exciting highly moti-
vating way to learn about 'the
American economy, as well as the
world of business and finance.
Students mailed in their first
buy recently and are anxious to
receive their portfolios. Each team
will be responsible for managing
its portfolio and handling all
aspects of researching their stock.


1998-'99

Welcome to another week
of Shark Talkl A lot of interest-
ing things are happening this
week at Port St._ Joe High
School.
In sports, the girls' volley-
ball team will be playing the
district competition in
Blountstown from 6 to 8 p.m.
on Thursday (today). Come odt
arid support our Lady Sharks!
In other sports, the
Sharks' football team will be
playing Bonifay this Friday.
Good luck, Sharks!
Students, don't forget to
pick up your gold cards on
Thursday, the 29th. You can
pick them up in the guidance
office.
:We would like to welcome
a new face to our school, Mr:.'
Tom .Barnard. Mr. Barnard
came to .St. Joe Beach from
Clarksville, Tennessee. He
bought property a few years
ago with the intention of one
day returning here. He likes
our way of life. and the overall


atmosphere of the entire area
in which people are still
"down-to-earth".
Mr. Barnard earned a B.S.
degree in English, speech,
journalism, and history from
Austin Peay State University in
1984. In addition, he has a
M.S. degree in education
administration & supervision
from Trevecca Nazarene
University in 1990.
He was an assistant princi-
pal for the New Providence
Middle School in Clarksville in
1991. In 1992, he became the
principal of N.P.M.S., where he
served until 1998. He was
selected by Tennessee State
Department of Education as
1997-98 Middle School
Principal of the Year.
We are looking forward to a
great year with a teacher who
is obviously well experienced.
Well, that is all this week
for Shark Talk. Stay tuned
next week for Shark Talk,
same Shark time, same Shark
channel Everyone have a fun
and safe Halloween!


Girls' basketball is trying to
get started with practice. Due to
the numbers of teams, boys and
girls, there is a need to rotate
some practice times which means
someone has to practice late after
the sun goes down.
The 'Gator Sound Band
racked up some laurels last week-
end. While we were sleeping late
'Saturday, they were up and on
their way to compete in Milton in
a festival. Results -
1. Best Band in class
2. Best Percussion in class
3. Best in Drum Major in class
4. Best in Participation in class
5. Superior Rating in Auxiliary
6. Overall Rating Superior!

What a great representation
for Wewahitchka High School.
Congratulations to Mr. Stryker,
Mrs. Cole, and the band. Sgt.
Greg Cole accompanied the group
as Booster president (and march-
ing coach!).

The election is coming up,
and everyone who's eligible needs
to vote! Not for the best smile, or
who looks best on TV, or just
because of party membership-
read, listen and make your own
decision, and vote your con-
science. No one can tell you how
to vote!
Have a great week-keep an
eye on the latest hurricane.


BULLDOG NEWS-

9 PORT ST. JOE
. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


"Students Of The Week"
Congratulations to our
"Students of the Week" Torie
Burgess, Tayler Byrd, Amber
Brogdon, Courtney Craft, and
Brittany Fletcher.
Adopt-A-Class
If you or your organization
would like to adopt-aclass at Port
St. Joe Elementary School. please
contact Cathv Cox at 227-1372.
A special thanks to those who
have already adopted a class .
Baptist Church Lunch Bunch,
Baptist Church, First Methodist
Church Mission Groups I and II,
First Methodist Church Alpha
Sunday School Class, Presbyter -
ian Church, Trish and David
Warriner, Carla and Dusty May,
and Allen and Cathy Cox..,
General Mills Box Tops
Our school is once, again col-`
lecting General Mills box tops.
Please send these to the school.
Report Cards
Report cards for this grading
period were sent home on Friday,
October 23rd. If you would like to
schedule a parent/teacher confer-
ence. please call 227-1221.


Fall Festival
The PTA is working hard to
prepare for this year's "Fall
Festival" which will be held
Friday, October 30th, beginning
at noon and ending at 1:30 p.m.
SParents are encouraged to
attend with their children. If'you
will be checking your child out of
school at the conclusion of the
Fall Festival, please do so, in the
front office.
I Upward Basketball '
Registration forms have been
sent home, and the deadline for
the $30 fee is October 30. The fee
will be $40 from October 31' to
November 19. 'If tou' need more
information, please call 229-'
8691.
Presidential Physical Fitness
During the months of
November and December, our
students will be working on the
Presidential' Physical Fitness
Award. Parents are 'asked 'to
encourage your child to' do' their
best. It is also important that stu-
dents wear tennis shoes to P.E.
Classroom Pictures
Classroom pictures and
make-ups for individual pictures
will be taken on Tuesday,,
November 10. e
S Book Fair
Our annual "Book Fair" will
be held the week of November 9 to
13. '
American Education Week
"American Education Week"
will be observed at Port St. Joe
EIementary School November ;16
to 20 with "Take Our Parents To
School" activities. Parents .Iare
invited to come to school with
your child. Please use the parking
area by the gym and sign in at the
welcome station (near the front
office). Watch for details to be sent
home.



... 1 reate Unusual..... "- *-" "



Students Create Unusual Sculpture i

Students at Wewahitchka Challenger. dents about nutrition and food 32
"Elementary School recently par- The model measures over handling practices.


ticipated in a rather unusual con-
test. The Kellogg's cereal company
challenged students nationwide
to build' a sculpture out of Rice
Krispie Treats.
WES students took the chal-
lenge with the second grade stui-
dents of April Bidwell. and the
fifth and sixth grade T.E.A.M. stu-.
dents of Sue McDaniel and Lori
Price, joining forces to build !a
replica of' the Space Shuttle


nine feet and required 83 boxes of
cereal, nearly 4,000 marshmal-
lows and 23 hours of labor to
complete. Materials-were donated
by the student body and their
generosity helped to make the
project a success.
Also helping with the project
were parents. grandparents and
the WES food service personnel.
Nutritionalist, Dee Rich of the
University of Florida, taught stu-


Students could have done a
sculpture on anything education-
al, but since they were currently
studying the solar system, they
selected the Challenger. The stu-
dents wanted to build a structure
that would help others remember
the men and women who gave
their lives for a dream. .-
Pictured with Space. Shuttle
sculpture is the T.E.A.M. class of
WES, ,


k j^ PORT
ST.



Middle


School News


By: Patrick Fitzgerald
Congratulations to the boys'
and girls' cross country teams for
their performance in the
Panhandle Championship in
Marianna on Saturday, October
24. John Watkins ran a 17.57, for
three miles, setting a new school
record. Chris Hendricks ran a
18.02 for three miles. Jennifer
Raffield ran her personal best.
Congratulations to all our partici-
panits.
Good job to the Shark football
teams for their efforts against
Chipley. The seventh grade was
victorious, but the .eighth grade
came up on the short end in their
outing.
Congratulations are also in
order for the following "Students
of the Week": Sandra Roney and
Jake Howse in grade six; Brittany
Crocker and Keith Manley in
grade seven; and Margaret Gibson
in grade eight. Keep 'up the good
work!
This Friday, there will be a
Halloween dance during fifth and
sixth periods. Everyone is encour-
aged to wear a costume to school
and participate in the costume
contest. Also, remember to bring
the food item assigned to your AA
group.
On a final note, all students
are reminded to give their best
effort in academics


News Column

Faith Christian Sch ol
We had a wonderful attenr-
dance at bur "Parent/Teacher
Fellowship" last Thursday. The
fourth grade students were 100%
represented, and all grades were
very close to it. Only seven fami-
lies of students in grades one
through eight were unable to
come. We are so ,thankful because
parental involvement is a neces-
sary ingredient of a good school.
Come visit %our book fair in
the: library of our new building
this 'week ,during school hours.
:We' have books' for nursery
through middle school ages, and
perhaps you can pick up a few for
Christmas gifts for your children
and grandchildren. All are rea-
sonably priced and the selection
is good.
Christmas cards and other
items are being distributed by bur
students. They will be coming
your way these next two weeks if:
you ordered from them.

O ur older students are off for
the, week. Here" is a student's
description of theLevent.

The Zoo Is Off to The Wilds
by Rebekah Peterson
On October 26, the seventh
through twelfth graders will be.
going to the mountains of North'
Carolina for five days. The sev-
enth graders can hardly wait.
There are so many exciting
and adventurous things to do,
such as, Venture Valley, which is i
a one day excursion through the
woods of The Wilds where you will
be put through any physical tests,
a hike to one of the four falls, and'
the human swing.i
I would have to say that the
human swing is my favorite thing
to do. If you dare to ride the
human swing, you will be
strapped into a hang glider har-
ness and pulled sixty feet into the
air. You will then free fall for the
whole sixty feet.

The Wilds is one of the great-
est spiritual experiences you Will
have. You will not only learn
about God, but you will learn the
values of working together as one.


lWeuahitchka Elementary

School News .

Y Lindo Whitfield


From the Principal of

Wewahitchka


High School

by Larry A. Mathes ''


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Honor Rolls


PSJHS Honor Roll
Port St. Joe High School has
released the names of its students
who .earned placement on the
honor roll for the first nine-week
grading period.
All "A's":
Ninth grade-Marquita,
Bailey, Elizabeth Curry, John-
Patrick Floyd, Rachel Geoghagani,
Maclain Howse, Melanie Jones,
David Mathews, Carla Money,
Brittany Reeves, and Heidi Wells.
'.Tenth grade-Bonnie Belin,
Jennifer Craig, Amber Davis.
S Angela McDowell, Karissa
Thomas, and Joshua Todd.
Eleventh grade-Erica Ailes,
Alicia Christie, Lakeythia Filmore,
Lacey Johnson, Flonn Johnston,
Fe.lix ,Machts, Amanda
Maprquardt, Brett Parker. Rachel
Perrin, Rocker Salzer, Clay
Smallwood, Nicole Smith, Ashley
S Stephens, Ryan Stephens,
Jessica, Summers, and Lea Todd.
Twelfth grade-Aaron
Bearden. Rebekah Cope, Jim
Falson, Meredith Godfrey, Jessica
S Hill. Rikki Johnson, Lyndsy
Kilpatrick, Rachel McCroan,
Krystal Tharpe, Donna Thomas.
and Lindsay Williams.
All "A's and B's":
Ninth grade-Shannon Allen,
Mary Amerson. Ashley Bryan,
Joshua Carter, Santlel Chambers,
Dustin Crews, Robert Dykes.
Wesley Garrett, Stephanie
Gibson, Anna Hodges, Mabel
Hodges, Amanda Matthews,
Kenneth Peak, Kimberly Pickett,
Arina Reyholds, Adam Richards,
Joe Robinson.' Tanashia Rouse,
Tikfla Walker, Crystal Watkins,
and Joanna Watkins.
Tenth grade-Ben Ashcraft,
Mary Beck, Stephanie Blackmon,
James Burkett, Misty Butler.
James Capps, Alicia Carr, Seneca
Chambers, Nicholas Comforter,
Becky Earley, Evette Gant,
Heather Hayden, Timothy
Hightower, Tremaine Lewis.
Princess Likely, Lindsay Lyle,
Sarah Mize, Abigail Nobles.
Jessica Pate, Lamar Patterson,
Jennifer Patterson, Jason Peak.
Jessica Seymour, Andy Shoaf,
Kenneth Starnes. Jacob
Tankersley, Hampton Terry. Amy
Voltz, Jarrod Wester, Leslie White,
and Travis'Wright.
Eleventh grade-Kylene
Butler. Brandon. Davis, Jennifer
o; uds, Keerstin Frani",John
Gainous, Rod Givens, Ahdre Hill,
Kimberly Hodges, Rebekah
Hodges, Brett Jeffcoat, Travis
Jenkins, Candice Kennedy, Hal
Kirkland, Ricky Larfiberson, Tyler
Lane, Stephen Lowrey, Sharon
Mamoran, Joshua McCulley.
* Craig Phillips, Melissa Rowan,
Alicia Sanders, Lennon Thiel,
Je~sica Vansweringen, and
Rgchel Watson.
Twelfth grade--Melissa Ash,
Jenny Brock, Kristy Bryant,
Jennifer Butler, James Daniel.s
Sabina Daniels, Anna Duren.
Tracey Fitzgerald, Crystal Follin,


Heather Fox, April Godwin,
Timothy Hayes, Katie Kilbourn,
Corinna Kniffin, Jerry Martin,
Matthew McCraney, Andrew
O'Barr, Daniel Raffield, Wendy
Sander, Sabrina Stomp, Janah
Strickland, James Terry, Tiady
Watkins, Kiki Williams, and
Shannon Winfield.


PSJMS Honor Roll
Carolyn Rish, principal of
Port St. Joe Middle School, proud-
ly announces the names of sixth'
through eighth grade students
who earned -placement on the
honor roll for the first nine-week
grading period.
Al "A's":
Sixth grade-Sheena Bell.
Kimberly 'Burkert, Caroline
Capps, Jamie Davis, Casey
Flanagan. Andrea Gaylor. Aaron
Little, Steven Lucas, Anna Salzer,
Laura Seay, and Sean Thompson.
Seventh grade-Brittany
Alford, Becky Belin. Margaret
Boone, Shanna Collier, Tommy
Curry. Ashby Davis, Jessica Ford.
Molly Garrett, Brian Jones.
Randall List. All McKeithen. and
Melissa Nixon.
Eighth grade-Colleen Falbe.
Margaret Gibson, Traci
Richardson, Bryan Thomas, and
Tyler Welmorts.
All "A's and B's":
Sixth grade-Travis Burge.
Lacy Carter, Victoria Cordova,
Ryan Craig, Lacey Franklin, Anna
Godwin, Heather Henderson.
Jonathan Howse, Nicholas
Hunter, Sarah Johnson, Michelle
Mathews, Whitney McAllster.
Kenny McFarland. Whitney
Nixon, Charissa Powell. Jessica
Rogers, Sandra Roney. Brenda
Smith, Lacye Spears, Calsey
Spriggs, Megan Todd, Magan
Waldrop, and Ryan Wood.
Seventh grade-Collins
Abrams, Jessica Bland, Sha\vna
Bond, Simon Collins. Brittany
Crocker, Micah Dodson, Joshua
Duty, Robert Flowers,
Christopher Fuze, Kale Gulllot,
Ashley Haddock, Jennifer Haun,
Jennifer Hersey. Lyndsey Hill.
David Hopper, Austin Horton,
Klandra Johnson, Rushelle
Lamboy, Heather Lynch, Keith
Manley, Moses Medina.
Cassandra Patton, Nicholas
,Reynolds, Shawn Reynolds, Randi
Sasser. Bradley Strickland,
Stephen Tarantino. Jenna Teat.
Allison Walther, Sclandra Watson,
Preston Wigsten, and Melody
Zimmerman.
Eighth grade-James
Daniels, Susan Ellmer. Patrick
Fitzgerald. Katie Geoghagan, Jolle
Hogan. Tessi Layfleld, Brandon
Lyles, Adam Nixon, Jennifer
Raffield, Jessica Sherrill, Anna
Tankersley, Aaron Watson, Sheri
Welbom, and Ashley White.


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The S.W.A.T.
t,egm and I have
;been taking sig-
natures on. a
,petition to .
hopefully get a
city ordinance
passed that
would place
tobacco products behind the
counters at stores. This should
be a problem to no one. After all,
you must be 18 to buy tobacco.
But, there is a reason that
, tobacco products are placed on
:the edge of counters at stores.
c, It all boils down to money.
-The tobacco industry actually
wants .young children, and
teens alike, to steal their prod-
Luct. Why? You may ask. Well,
sincee it is so 'accessible on the
,edge of the counter, and it's eas-
ler to get hooked young,. It would
I be great for you to let them lose
a couple of dollars now.
' The tobacco industry even-
reimburses the store if their
product Is stolen! So, what they
are saying is, don't worry about
It, you'll get paid back anyway.
1 think that we should
relieve" the tobacco companies
of the worry of reimbursing'their
distributorss and be one of the
first counties in the state to
place tobacco products behind
Mrtle counter.
If you have any questions or
comments write to: truth c/o
the Gulf County Health
Department, 502 Fourth Street,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456.


Halloween Carnival ....
will be held Saturday beginning at
10 a.m. at Highland View
Elementary. The event will start
with a parade at 9:30 a.m. begin-
ning at Highland View Baptist
Church and end at the school.
There will be first, second, and
third place prizes for costumes in
different categories.
The carnival will be a great
place to eat for the day chill.
hamburgers; popcorn, chill dogs.
baked goods, candy apples, cof-
fee/hot chocolate, and drinks of
your choice.
Games of all types will be
offered for the kids sand art.
darts, ball toss, hay stack. tic-tac-
toe toss, cakewalk, balloons,
beaded jewelry, duck pond, fish
pond, ball shoot, face painting,
basketball toss, and "Jail for
Ball".
Then, of course The
Haunted House ; will be open
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., ET. There
will be ghosts and goblins, and
"characters" Jason and his
chainsaw and the mad scientist,
and ooooh bloody! And,
the.e.e.n.n.nn... The Graveyard.
You've got to visit .. you will
scare yourselves out of your
boots Or they whoooooo is
that? Will scare you out of your
. wits!
Drug Rally .. Students of
-tighland View rallied with saying
no to drugs... They are celebrat-
ing "Red Ribbon Week" in memory
of Enrique Carmatrena who was
lighting drugs in Mexico when he
was tortured and murdered by
drug lords We declared a con-
tinuation on the war on drugs.
Students were given coloring
books, pledge cards, stickers, and
red ribbons by the Education
Committee of Bridget Bryan,
chairman, and Crystal Lewis and
Alishia Chavous. Videos will be
seen in the later part of week.
Justin Catrett and his group
(Torin Regan, Kyle Erickson and


Henry Kirby) prepared the out-
door stage for the rally. Crystal,
Lewis and Courtney Mork made
sure the programs -were given to
guests and students. Brent Butler
and his helpers (Sam Mullinax,
and Jason Parke) placed banners
from the classes on the fence
alongside the drug banner. ..
Fourth graders (Apnil Martin.
Danielle Shows, Nicole Devine,
Brittany Fowler. and Gabbie
Whittlngton) began the rally with
a cheer, followed by Matt Nolen,
prayer and Lauren Stansell who
led the pledge of allegiance.
Taylor Green welcomed the
group and Jeremy Couch intro-
duced our guest speaker. Sheriff
-Frank McKeithen. Alisha Chavous
introduced Officer Ritchie Burkett
and his partner. Dottie, who
sniffed out marijuana in. guess
where? Mr. Wells' room!
Gall Blackmon, Health and
School Nurse, spoke and had dis-
plays set up for the students to
look at. Alisha Introduced
McGruff, the"Crime Dog".
Student speakers, Tom Boone
and Bubba Darna,'challenged the
students to make the right choic-
es for themselves, following 'the
thoughts of Sheriff McKeithen.
Fifth graders (Codee Richter,
Alisha Chavous, Joy Martin,
Bridget Bryan,' Lauren Stansell,
Kourtney Presnell, and, Taylor
Green) presented a ch6er .. "Say
NO."
Taylor Green, Matt Nolen and
Brent Butler led the marching
chanters around the schoolyard
to end tup at the refreshment
booth where, Joy Martin and her
crew (Codee Richter, LeeAnn
Hutchinson, Kortney Presnell,
James Flowers, and :Kyle
Erickson) served punch and cook-
ies.
We want to say "Thank You"
to Sheriff McKeithen, Officer
Ritchie and Dottie, McGriff, and
Miss Gail" Blackmon for helping
to make our drug rally a success!


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1998 PAGE 5B






We really don't need any more

mosquitoes .irn.. GuIf County


PSJES Honor Roll
Catherine Barfield, principal
of Port St. Joe Elementary School.
is proud to announce that the fol-
lowing students earned place-
ment on the honor roll for the first
nine-week grading period.
All "A's":..
Third grade--Kathryn Arnold,
Amber Brogdon, Eric
Brumbaugh,. Francie Burgess.'
Samantha Fenaes, Ed ward
Flanagan, Matthew Gannon,
Grant Glass,, Meagen Langley,
Carolyn Marley, Bruce Nelson,
Krista Parker. Summer Stitt.
Janna Walther. Lenora Weimorts.
Jackee Whitfield, Lacey Williams.
Haley Wood. and Matthew Wright.
Fourth grade-James Alford.
Mica Ashcraft, Amelia Brockman,
Kali Costin, Samuel Cox. James
Curry, Courtney Davis. Samantha
Denton. Angelica Driesbach.
Robert Floyd., James Freeman.
Justin Hicks. Zachary Lee. Ethan
Littleton, Kevin Quaranta. Leland
Ray, Kayla Siprell, Paige Stafford,
Ezekial Stevens. and Steven
Watson.
Filth grade-Jenna Chesser.
Troy Davis, Elizabeth Gibson.
Katie Hoffman. Danielle Krasniqi.
Brittany Kropp, Kayleigh Lewis,
Emily Raffield. Misty Tomlihnson.
and Morgan Watford.
All "A's and B's":
Third grade-Mason Adkison,
Carl Beard, Mitchell Bowers.
Jessica Chancey, Samuel Elimer,
Bianca Falcon. Kiara Fern.
Jasmine Fennell, Steven Fennell,
Barbara Fields., Jordan Fletcher.
Phillpp Fuze, Devin Guillot.
Carson Howse. Eddie Julius.
Samantha Layfield, Victoria
Layfield, Tiffany 'Lemois; Rene
Lewis, Leah Ogden, Ricky Pasco.
Leslie Pope. Brittany .Whitfield.
and Morgan Wood.
Fourth grade-Sarah' Allen,
Jeremy Baxley, Rodney Besore,
Jennifer Bland, Julie Butler,
Andrew Canington. Courtney
Cooley, Charles Cooper, Courtney
Craft. Matthew Dodson, Justin
Henderson, Ashley Hopper.
Rodney Mullins. Randy Myricks.
Shayla Nickson, Scott Quintana,
Heather Sadler. Jared Smith,
Kristen Solock, Zachary
Tarantino. Natasha Tate,
Rashawne Thomas. Courtney
Thompson. and Julia Wigsten.
Fifth grade-Lanetta Bell.
Daryl Black. Canda Borden.
Ashley Davis. Terrance Dawson.
Latasha Fennell, Johnathan
,Floyd. Nicole Ford. Andrew Furr,
Charles Gable. Charles Glenn.
Avearv Hall. Carmen Hill. Helen
Kilbourn, Chaney McArdle'.
Victoria McCall. Anna McFarland.
Brylecia McGowan. Jessica Mock,
Corinna Owens, Ashlyn Parker,
Chassidy Teeter, Jordan Todd,
Jessie Weimorts. Daniel Welch.
and Andrew White.


Unlike the mosquito that takes
from-us, tourists bring good money
'into0 our county and leave it here. We
.have an opportunity to increase that

income by first imposing the tax, and
then getting more of the right people
to come here; those that will spend
money in our county.


Let's take charge of the situation. We need to plan for
the county's future as to tourism. And we need to insure that
we will have adequate facilities for them when they (and we)
want to use them. The Tourism Development Tax is
designed to do just that.




Any Way you Slice it, t's good for


Gulf County


Our Economy


Our Parks


Our Jobs


Services


Our Boat
Ramps



Please vote "yes" on County Referendum 1 Tourist
Development Tax on November 3rd.


Thanks for your support.


Paid for by the Gulf County Tourist Development
Council


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But we do need tourists and their


money. Vote "yes" on Referendum


1 Tourist Development Tax. And


this is why...



The Tourist Development Tax (or "Bed tax") is a tax
paid by tourists who come here for a vacation. They pay the
tax; we don't. Part of the funds collected will be used to
market to the kind of tourists that we want to come here
(family oriented). The rest of the tax goes to build facilities to
be used by everyone.


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PAGE 6B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1998


MEDITATIONS OF A
(11rnntrV 3reacIer

By LOWELL F. ADAMS

Dealing With
The Devil
W ..to turn them from
the power of Satan,,
to God.. .
ACTS 26:18
HERE ARE TWO SPIRITUAL POWERS in
this world. The Primary Power, of course. is God. The
next in power is none other than Satan, the devil.'
Many people sort of laugh at ideas of a real devil,
or the devil's emissaries, demons. But Jesus and God's
Word cautions followers of Jesus to be very careful, and
war, of these spiritual powers of destruction, and their
encroachment into Christian affairs.
Satan can and does tempt Christians, b ut he can-
not make them submit to those temptations. He tempt:
ed Jesus in the same manner he tempts you and me,
through His mind. He caused Jesus to think about how
hungry He was and proving His Lordship by making
bread of stones, or jumping off the temple. He also of-
fered Him the treasures of the world. Satan knows
what the human weakness is-the mind. That is
taught in II Cor. 10:5. But Jesus was ready with God's
Word in every case. Then the devil left Him, and an-
gels came and ministered to Him. (Matthew 4:1-11).
Having the Word of God at our command is our'
weapons against Satan's strongholds. Satan's strong-
holds are the thoughts and imaginations he is able'to',
put in our minds. And if we are not careful, those
thoughts. will multiply, and pretty soon we find our-
selves a guilty distance from God. (II Cor. 10;4-5).
Satan knows we are impressed by riches. And the
followers of Christ are rnot immune. We look with admi-
ration upon those who have amassed lots of worldly
treasures. Even a beautiful church building might pos-'
sibly replace our humility with a bit of human pride.
Butthat building is not the church. You are Jesus'
Church. Jesus said where two or three are.gathered in
His Name, He is there. That is the church. It is very
possible that a tiny, simple building, with a dozen or so
members, might be more of a "real church". in God's
eyes, than a magnificent cathedral with hundreds of
members. As Jesus said in Luke 17:21, "Behold, the
Kingdom of God is within you."


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j" 311 Columbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
-. MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM ET EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PM ET
Sunday School 9:45 am Wednesday. Night at 6:00 p.m. Youth
Group Meeting, Bible Study & Prayer Meeting; Choir Practice 7.00 pm
"O raire and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusterh in Him."
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First Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
Church Office 227-1493 Gus Carpenter, Pastor ,
Sunday School . .". . 9:45 a.m. ;
Sunday Morning Wrship .'''.. .. 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service .. .. . 6:30 p.m.
Sw'encsday ... :.. : .... 7:00 p.m.
WVe Invite You to Come'
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us


Sunday, November 8, First
Baptist Church, in Port St. Joe,
will celebrate its 75th anniver-
sary. Services will begin at 10:00-
a.m., ET., dinner will be served in:
the social hall for everyone pre-
sent, and the celebration will con-
clude with a praise service in the
sanctuary following the meal..
The First Baptist Church was
begun as a vision in 1922 when'
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Connell moved,
from Wewahitchka to Port St. JoVt
and found no Baptist 'church.
Their neighbor. Mrs. W. J.
Daughtry (Miss Abby), was also'
Baptist.'
The three surveyed the area
and found .13 Baptists. This-
group met with members of the
local Methodist Church that wat s
located on Long Avenue .and"
worked out an agreement to use
their worship. facilities. Both
groups attended' each week, but
the services were alternately led,
by the Methodist and Baptist con-
gregations.
Church's Early Years
The First Baptist Church was
organized in early 1923, while'still
meeting at the Methodist Church.
Reverend E. D. Johnson was 'the
first pastor. The 12 charter mem-
bers were Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Bandy, Mr. and Mrs. J. A..
Connell, R. A. Costin, Mrs. W. J.
Daughtry, Mr. and Mrs. 0. I.,
McCranie, Mrs. J. A. McKeithan,r
Mrs. J. F. Miller, Mrs. L. W,
Owens, and Josie Pridgeon.
SIn 1923, a small one room
frame building was completed'.
This site was located across the
street from the present sanctuary
on land donated by R. A. Costin.,J
Early church members in the
1920's; in addition to the charter
members, included Mr. and Mrs.
SW. J. Belin,' Martha. Emeline,
Ruth, Jake, Leonard and
Margaret; Lila Mae Benton. Dons
Childs. Myrtice, Brinson and Billy
Coodv; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Costin,
Sr., Cecil, Jr., Margie and Dot: W.
J. and B. F. Daughtry. Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Duncan. Mrs. W. B.
Dykes, Mrs. W. B. Ferrell, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Ferrell. and Lillian
Ferrell. r
Also. Mrs. Edward Guilford.
Mrs. W. H. Howell Gwen. and
Billy: Erskine Johnson. Isabelle
Lupton. Zola Maddox and Da\ve;
Mr. and Mrs. Denver Miller, J. F.
Miller, Ethel Mizener, D. L.
Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parker,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Player. E. C.
'"Pridgeon, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
Pridgeon, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Rowan, and Mrs. Harold
Whltemore. ,
Some of the early Sunday
school teachers were Dr. L. IT.
Bartee, Emeline Belln, Mrs. J. A.
Connell. Myrtice Coody. Lola
Costin, Abby Daughtry. Kate
Harrell, Zola Maddox. Mrs,.
Charles McClellan and Mrs. JosI-
Miller.
The first board of deacons
included JA. Connell. Mr. Coodv,
W. J. Belin, and Cecil Costm. S,.
Serving as pianists were Myrtice
Coodv. Erlene McClellan. and
Ruth Belin.
Growth Leads to Consruction
The first full-time pastor was


Reverend Jack Sizemore who
began serving on November 8,
1937. During his pastorate, a
two-story brick building was con-
structed next to the original
wooden building.
As the church grew it became
necessary to build a new sanctu-
ary. In 1959, construction began
on the facility which was located
in front of the original church,
and in February of 1960, the
church moved into the present
sanctuary. The former church
was used as an educational build-
ing until January, 1966, when the
current educational building was
completed .
Instrumental in Organizing
S New Churches
First Baptist Church ,has
always been inolhed in starting
other churches.
On November, 1946, 12
members of First Baptist Church
organized Kenney's Mill Baptist
Church. This church was later
disbanded, as Kenney's Mill was'
closed and people moved away.
In April, 1951, the Highland
View Sunday School was orga-
nized and met in the Methodist
'Church in Highland View as plaris
were being made to proceed with
a church building program. The
Highfiland View Mission Church
was completed in December.
1951.
On March 3, 1953, White City
Mission, which became a church
in March of 1959. was organized
and the reception of members
approved. Plans were also made
to provide a building for the White
City Mission.
In May of 1953, 44 members
of First:Baptist Church requested
their .letter to organize Long
Avenue Baptist Church.
During May of 1967, plans
were made to establish a mission
at St. Joe Beach. Their first ser-
vice was held on December 3,
1967, and in April of 1974, Beach
Baptiust Chapel was organized as a
Southern Bapust Church.
On April 6, 1975 Howard
Creek Mission held its first
Sunday school and worship ser-
%ice. There were 43 present.
Many Pastors and Staff Members
Have Given to Ministry
In the past 75 years. First
Baptist Church has been blessed
\ith numerous pastors who have
served the church.
In addition to the Reverends
Johnson and Sizemore. other pas-
tors and interim have included
the Reverends L. E. Goodgame; B.
H. Bancroft. Roscoe Hall, D. F.
Hickman. J. T. Gore. D. G.
Grafton. D. W. Hodges. R. L.
Hallford. L. J. Keels, Ben Borders.
C. BTyron Smith. E. L. Scruggs,
Dewitt Mathews. George Gay, Bill
Heaton. Howard Browning. H.'R.
Naberhuis. Gary Smith, Dennis
Pledger. and currently ? Allen
Welborn.
Many. others have served as
staff members. Some have served
as ministers of music, youth, or
both, and associate pastor, but all
have contributed to the ministry
of First Baptist Church.
'These were Edward Ramsey,


Ernest Stoutamire, Richard
Thompson, Douglas Kerly, John
Brown, DeWitt Dalton, Joe
Brannon, George Puckett, Billy
Rich, Jr., Stanley Young, Scotty
White, Al.Yancey, Ron Kegley; St.,
Gary Crofton, Steve Tassin, David
Smith, James Enfinger, Jim
Kearce, and, present Minister of
Music and Youth, Buddy Caswell.
Members Called to Ministry
The Lord has blessed. First
Baptist Church and allowed
young men to be called from the
church to go into the gospel min-
istry. Those licensed to preach the
gospel have been Luther Carden.
who retired from the Southern
Baptist Sunday School Board, H.
G. Harvey, Bob Smith. Edward
Ramsey, Dr. Oliver Harper, who is
a former medical missionary to
Indonesia. Cliff Ellis, Gene White,
Paul Saylors, Dr. Steve Cloud.


Ron Kegley. Ryan Caswell, and
Ken Home.
Others who are currently
serving in churches include'
Jimmy Marlow, Billy Rich, Scotty.
White, Chris Davis. and Tad
Mathews.
Join in Celebration
Former pastors. DeWitt'
Mathews. Howard Browning, H..
R. Naberhuis. and Dennis Pledger.
will be participating in the service
Sunday, as will former ministers;
of music Billy Rich and Ron'
Kegley. Sr.
The history of First Baptst'
Church is actually His story and
It continues. The pastor and con-
gregation Invite you to follow their
theme "COME CELEBRATE JESUV$
IflTH US" as they reflect on His
many blessings to the church and
community.


Come and Be Blessed! K.
Fellowship Church of Praise
302 Martin Luther King Blvd. Port St. Joe
Sunday School ....................... ...................... 10 a.r a m.-
M morning Service ................................................ 11 a.m .,
Tuesday Bible Study ......................... ...................... 7 p.m..
Thursday Praise & W orship .............................. .... 7 p.mr.
"GOD CAN DO YOl, GOOD!"
ROSA L. GARLAND, pastor



S FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH T
' Sixteenth Street
508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
Sunday Worship ..... .10 a.m. t
Adult School . ..'. 11 a.m.
*Sunday School
*Young Children
*Nursery Available


Pastor Rev. J. Reid Cameron


Highway 71 / Cecil Coshn Sr. Blvd.


First Baptist Church
44 102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE
Allen Welborn uddy Caswell
.r *Pastor Minister of Music & Youth
Sunday School .'.. ........... 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"

-------------Teaching the Truth of God's Word

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
801 20th Street 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.
SWednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m.
Home of FAITH' CHRISTIAN SCHOOL


First- United Methpdist Church
.111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410

Worship Services ... ......9:00 a.m. CT
Church School ........................... 11:00 a.m. CT

SHARING THE GOSPEL
Rev. Ted Lovelace, Pastor Dr. John Andersoh, 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
ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor


Discover God's Love!
Everyone welcome

Long Avenue
BAPTIST CHURCH
1601 Long Avenue, Port 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


// Tlh, fiiehly place to worshlip!.

First Baptist Church
SMexico Beach Jim Davis, Pastor
SCHEDULE. OF SER'.ICES
Worship Sunda', s at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
: ,' Bible Study Sundays at 9:00 a.m. (all ages)
Wednesday Adult Prayer and Bible Study at 6:00 p.m.
Please note, all times central
Located d[ 823 N. 15th St Mexico Beach Corner of 15th & Cahfoirnia 64857"6




CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


Bible Study: Worship
9 a.m. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Si
6 p.m. Wednesday Nursery
Call 229-8310
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P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32457
K Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


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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


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Tort St. Joe


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH


Sunday School . . 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship .........11:00 a.m.

(850) 227-1724
Rev. Jesse Evans
PASTOR


Methodist Youth
Fellowship ....... .... 6:00 p.m.
Evening Worship ......... 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday Choir Practice ... 7:30 p.m.
Robert ;E. Downs, Jr.
Choir Director


THIS WEEK'S
MESSAGES:
AM-HOURGLASSES AND
BANK ACCOUNTS

SPM-PATRIOTIC
CHRISTIANITY
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Visit us!

Upstairs First Union Bank Building
Bible Study at 9 a.m., Sunday Worship at io a.m. and 5 p.m.
Bruce Duty, Pastor Study: 227-2583
Church: 227-1180 http://www.homtown.com/grace


First Baptist Church to Mark Diamond



Anniversary of Founding in Port St. Joe

Second Organized Congregation In Early 20's With 12 Charter Members -,


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Revival Services at


1st United Methodist


Rev. Jan McCray of St.


Special Benefit
Account Opened
First Baptist Church of Port
St. Joe is sponsoring a "Special
'Account" for the benefit of
Annette Lowery. Ms. Lowery
recently had a liver transplant.
After recuperating for a short time
in Birmingham, Alabama, she has
come back'to Port St. Joe to finish,
;her recovery. Because of] the
tremendous financial burden that
this has' placed on her and 'her
family, FBC has set up an
;,account for Tier 'at First Union
*with Account 20900022948262


Harvest Day Program
Zion Fair Missionary Baptist
Church -will be observing its
jahhual Harvest Day program on
'Nok ember 1, at 11:00 a.m. The
speaker will be Bro. Castledera
,Gant. Rev. Frank Jones and the
members of Zion Fair invite you to-
*come worship with them on this
occasion.


Petersburg will be the guest evan-
gelist for the revival at First
United Methodist Church in Port
St. Joe, to be held Sunday
through Tuesday, November 8
through 10.
Services will begin at 11:00
a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on Sunday.
On Monday, a Bible study will be
held at 7:00 a.m. and breakfast-
will be served. The evening service
will begin at 7:00 p.m. Both Bible
studies will be held in the church
fellowship hall. A nursery will be
provided for all services except
the 7:00 a.m. Bible study.
Rev. MAcCray is the author of
"The Love Every Woman Needs."
She is Ordained and an evangelist,
Bible teacher, and inspirational
speaker. She is also a trained
counselor in the field of redemp-
tive healing. McCray speaks
throughout the United States' and
abroad, providing leadership and
preaching for women's confer-
ences, retreats, spiritual
renewals, church revivals, and'
camp meetings.


Revival Services
ini Mexico Beach
Rev. Gordon Densmore. from
Cortland. Ohio. will be the guest
speaker in reveal services at First
United Methodist Church o.f,
Me.xico Beach next Sunday and;
SMonday. November 1st and 2nd.
Sunday's services will be held'
at 9 and .11 a.m. (CT) and at 6 '
p.m. that evening. Monday night
services \\ill begin at 6 p.m.
Everyone in the area is invit-
-ed -to join in these services with,
the congregation.

Baptist Women's Day
iTheBaptist^Women's Day of
Prayer will be held at Long
Avenue Baptist -Church onr
Monday morning. November 2rid;,
beginning at 9:30 a.m. All area
women are cordially invited and
encouraged to attend. The church
is located at the intersection of
Long Avenue and Sixteenth Street
in Port St. Joe.


Faith Christian School Honor Roll
Faith Christian School has arq: and Brandi Price.
announced the names of its stu- All "A's": Third grade--Trevor Burch an
dents who are on the academic First grade---Ryan Brown and Asa Ashton Norris.
honor roll for the first nine-week Watson. Fourth grade-Ronnie Brown
period of this school year. They S
econd grade---rJenna Maddox Brittany Davis Jennifer Johnson


Octoberfest at

Church of God
The Port St. Joe Church of
God will be having "Octoberfest"
this Friday evening from 6:00 to
8:30 p.m. The church is located at
482 Pompano Street in Highland
View.
This event is free to children
and will feature various games to
interest children of all ages (i.e.
fish pond, cake walk, ring toss,
candle shoot-out, and much
more). All of the events will take
place on the church grounds.
Children are invited to enjoy
an evening of good clean, Christ-
centered, fun and fellowship.
Each child attending will also
receive a ticket which entitles
them to a meal package (one chili
dog, one drink, and chips).

Ladies Night
Out -- A Success!
The second quarterly Ladies
Night Out service was a true inspi-
ration to all the ladies who
attended. The Church of God
Women's Ministries wish to
express their appreciation to Vicki
Lamberson and Julia McQuaig.
These two ladies challenged
each one in, attendance to
remember that God is faithful,
regardless of our circumstances.
The next Ladies Night Out service
will be held in January and fur-'
ther details will be announced at
a later date.


Homecoming Service
At Honeyville UMC
Homecoming at Honeyville
United Methodist Church will be'
celebrated on November 1. The
morning worship services will
begin at 10:00 a.m., CT. Rev. Bob
Bellman, the pastor of Williams
Memorial United -Methodist
Church at Scdtts Ferry, will be
preaching.
There will be special music, a
time of sharing, and congrega-
tional singing, as well as a gospel
message. Dinner on the grounds
will be served at approximately
12:00 noon. Everyone is invited to
come worship and celebrate with
them.


Gulf Coast Community
College's Small Business
Development Center in coopera-
tion with the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce, Calhoun
County Professional Women's
Association and Florida's
Procurement Technical Assist-
ance Program will offer a seminar
entitled, "Women-Owned Busi-
nesses-Win Those Government
Contracts".
The seminar will be held on
Thursday, December 3rd from
5:30 to 8:30 p.m. (CT) in
Blountstown at the County
Extension Office, located at 340
E., Central Avenue in
Blountstown, across from the
courthouse. The seminar will be
held in the conference room,


Free Blood
Pressure Checks
NHC Homecare will be doing,
free blood pressure checks on
November 4. beginning at 10:30
a.m.. at the Port St. Joe Senior
Citizens Center. These blood pres-
sure checks are free to those 60
years old and over.'


Deliverance Services
New Life Christian Center
Church would like to invite every-
one to come and worship on
Sunday, November 8 at 11:00
a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Services will
also be held Monday through
Friday, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
nightly. The guest speaker will be
Evangelist Shurby Long of North
Carolina. Everyone is -invited to
attend and receive a blessing.


which is located on the west side
of the building.
Learn what a woman-owned
business really is, advantages of
being one. and special marketing
techniques. The workshop is tar-
geted for women-owned business
owners and individuals that mar-
ket for woman-owned businesses.
The cost of the seminar is
$15.00. Reservations may be
made by contacting Bonnie
Bungay at the Calhoun Count'
Library, 200 Pear Street.
Blountstown (850) 674-5200.


d


Jason Price, Ryan Taylor and
James White.
Fifth grade-Kelly Geoghagan.
Sixth grade-Mark Vinson.
Seventh grade-Rachel Bixler.
Tenth grade-Renee Vinson.
All "A's and B's":
Second grade-Heather Brink-
meier, Angela Canington and
Karla Wiley.
Third gradd-Olivia Lamberson,
Preston Nobles, Laura Phillips,
Trevor Seay, Zach Taylor and
Josh Zuber.
Fourth grade-Byron Peters and
Kristin Teat.
Fifth grade-Zachary Norris and
Michelle Perrin.
Sixth grade--Jeffery Pitts and
Jennifer Sherrill.
Seventh grade-Ashley Smith.
Tenth grade-Rebekah Peterson.
Twelfth grade-Crystal Allyn.


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You Can Make the Difference forFlorida. On Nov. 3rd, VOTE ..


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O Born Fayette, Alabama and grew up
in DeFuniak Springs, Florida


0 Graduate, Walton High School and
University of Florida where he was a
member of the Gator football team


O Military Service:
United States Army, Colonel (Ret.)
30 years commissioned service; 2 years
active duty; one year overseas in Korea
: ^ *'* .* .. i ** *


David Bludvorth,.58, 'has more than 30
years expedience'! in criminal justice and
public- service, 20 of those'years as State
Attorneyfor the 15th Judicial circuit. He
currently lives in Lake Worth, Florida with
wife of 36 years, Judi. They have three chil-
dren and one grandhdid.,


* Supports Safe School Programs


* Opposes early release of drug dealers
and violent criminals


* Opposes new restrictions on firearm owners


O 20 years as elected State Attorney,
15th Judicial Circuit (1972-1993)


0 Assistant Attorney General; Municipal
Judge, Jupiter, FL; Governor-appointed
State Attorney for Monroe County


0 Member.: Amara Shrine Temple Ro-
tary Club, Boy Scouts Gulfstream Coun-
cil, Scottish Rite Foundation & Salvation
Army Boards of Directors, St. Luke's
Methodist Church


DAVE BLUDWORTH ON THE ISSUES ...


* Supports our Capital Punishment Law
and the end to expensive appeal delays


* Supports private property rights


* Pro-family, Pro-Ufe


Sr d. Pol. Adv. Paldfr by the David Bludworth campaign account forAlgorney General. Approved by David Bludworth REPUBLIC4N


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ullf County Youth-ted Tobacco Free Campign


This month's theme:

$13.2 million a day is

spent on advertising &

promotion of tobacco
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Contest Deadlines
November: November 20th
December: December 18th
January: January 22nd
February: February 19th,
March: March 19th


/ j.I yan Gylor-4th grade
'.kyan'Taylor 4th grade.


CONTEST OPEN To ALL GULF COUNTY
STUDENTS IN GRADES 3 THROUGH 12


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Jessica'Nobles 4th grade
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john Lillie- 7th grade

S"Smoking is
bad for you"
by 91manda'Davis-4th Gjrade
Smoking is bad for you, '
If your friend smokes ,
and her friend too,: .
just sayno and walk away. /
If they say it's the coolest
thing to do say no it is
not it hurts your lungs
and your heart too,


Just say it's not ;
right to do.


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truth


Poem
by 'Wayne Mullins- 4th grade
ROSES ARE RED VIOLETS ARE BLUE
If you waste you're money on tabacco to
then give it Up and keep your money to.
More than $13.2 million Dollars is spent on toba-
co a day so stop wasting your Money.


S. pril Messer -, 7th grade


; ids don't ever smoke
because it can make your lugns
stop working an you can
dei kids I will show you
a boy who is trying to make
her smoke


yuwos? o .qmvoke.*


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Shelbie dams, T. J. 'Easter,
91pril Messer 7th grade


John 'Pace 4th grade


Zachary 'Taylor 3rd grade


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The celebrations, creative
costumes, and decorations of
Halloween have provided enjoy-


ment for young and old for cen-
turies. Most children are fond of
"trick-or-treating", but this tradi-


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


Dear Counselor:
I'm very worried about my son.
He was raised. in a Christian home,
but his father was very harsh and
even mean-spirited in how he
brought James up spiritually. He
would make James stand ramrod
still in church and pinch him
viciously if he budged (of course,
James could not cry if he did this).
After 14 years of this and other
problems, I divorced James' father. I
remarried a wonderful man who has
been very kind to both of us.
Problem-when James turned 18 he
told his father he would never go to
church again, that he hated it and
his father. '1
My ex-spouse punched him and
the two have not spoken since.
James is 24 now, and has a lovely
daughter and wife. He is still
adamant about zero contact with
* either church or his dad.
I worry about this. especially
since he refuses to allow Julie. his
daughter, to go to church and he
gives his wife a lot of grief If she
goes. My current husband is a
strong Christian and says "time
heals all wounds." I'm not so sure.
What can I do?
Morn
Dear Mom,
It's very unfortunate when fam-
ilies are estranged. But. as you well
know, it does happen. It sounds as
if your son harbors resentment
towards his dad and towards the
church, due to his experiences there
at his father's hands.
Often a child views God' as a
father-like figure. If they had an
abusive or harsh father, they may
well see God the same way.
Church is not meant to be a
motionless stiff event. It is a cele-
bration of a risen Savior who loves
us all beyond measure. However, a
notion of lifeless and sometimes
painful worship was implanted in
your son. It may be anger or love


that promotes his desire to keep his
daughter out of organized events.
Perhaps he does not wish'her to suf-
fer as he once did.
This is, of course, a.very com-
plex subject. As a Christian who
works as a counselor, I have learned
you must have respect for some-
one's belief (or lack of). It may be
that your, son will never attend
church, or perhaps witnessing your
current husband's loving approach
of expressing Christianity, may lead
him someday to reconsider.
The bottom line with all of this
is your son must make his own
choices about life, relationships,
and religious faith. Your grand-
daughter can best see Jesus in an
authentic Christian life lived by her
mother and grandparents.
On the issue of anger, counsel-
ing can be very helpful, but only if
your son is' willing to acknowledge
he needs it. Unresolved anger is a
very destructive thing,. and even If
he and his father cannot reconcile
their relationship, he can accept
what, occurred, release the anger.
and move forward.
Life Management :Center' has
trained counselors in six counties
who can help your' family deal' with
problems of this nature. A trusted
minister trained in pastoral coun-
.seling can be helpful too. Please call
if we can be of help.
Sincerely,
Laura Rogers, M.S. Counselor

Please address your questions
and comments to:
Dear Counselor. 311 Williams
Avenue, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Names and addresses are option-
al and will remain confidential.
Letters may be edited for length.
Urgent inquiries and requests
for professional counseling
should be directed by phone to
227-1145.


tion can be hazardous if kids and
their parents do not take precau-
tions.
Halloween-related injuries
may involve: eye abrasions from
sharp objects attached to masks
or costumes; skin irritations or
rashes from decorative face paints
or creams; and bums from flam-
mable costumes ignited by open
flames from items such as can-
dles and Jack O'Lanterns.
But parents can take steps to
help ensure their children's safety
without denying them the enjoy-
ment of celebrating this holiday.
The Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services and the U.S. Consumer
Product Safety Commission offer
the following Halloween safety
tips:

@Examine all treats carefully for
signs of tampering.before allow-
ing children to eat them.

@When purchasing costumes-
including masks, beards and
wig-look for labels indicating
the materials are "fire resistant"
or "flame retardant". Materials
so labeled are not fire-proof, but
will resist burning and extin-
guish quickly.

@Purchase or make costumes
that are bright enough to be
seen clearly by motorists.
Decorate or trim costumes and
treat bags with reflective tape
Children should carry flash-
lights when trick-or-treating.

@Costumes should not be so long
as to cause tripping and falling.;
Children's shoes should be
sturdy and well-fitting. Mom's
high heels are not a good idea
for safe walking.

@Apply a natural mask of cos-
metics rather than have a child
wear a mask that might block
vision or interfere with breath-
ing. Supervise children's use of
Halloween make-up kits and
make sure all directions for
application and removal are fol-
lowed. Take special care to see
that make-up does not get into
the eyes.

@Costume swords, knives and
similar accessories should be
soft and flexible.

@Young children should always


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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE DE PERMIT IMSSUANC
The Department of Environmental Protection gives
notice ofits permit issuance (File No. 23-0143763-
001-DF) to Ronald Westmark. 7690 Robinwood
Drive, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. to construct a 4'
X 390' dock with a 10' X 10' terminal platform.
The project site is located at 7690 Robinwbod
Drive, Gulf County. Florida. Section 14, Township,
8 South, Range 12 West.
A person whose substantial interests are affected
by the Department's proposed decisions in this
permit may petition for an administrative proceed-
ing (hearing) in accordance with Section 120.57,
F.S. Petitions filed by the permit applicant and the
parties listed below must be filed within 14 days of
receipt of this intent. Petitions filed by other'per-
sons must be filed within 14 days of pulplication of
the public notice or within 14 days of their receipt
of this intent, whichever occurs first. Third party
petitioners shall mail a copy of the petition' to the *
applicant at the address indicated above at thet
time of filing. Failure to file a petition 'within this
time period shall constitute a waiver of'any right .


be accompanied by an adult or
an older, responsible child
when trick-or-treating. Chil-
dren should walk-not run-
from house to house and
should stay out of the street.

),,Children should go only to
homes where the residents are
known and have outside lights
on as a sign of welcome. Unless
accompanied by anr adult, chil-
dren should never enter homes
6or apartments.,

@When driving on Halloween, be
especially careful and watch out
for trick-or-treaters.
A safer alternative to trick-or-
treating is to attend a supervised
S Halloween event instead,
:.1''Organized events sponsored by
,,churches, civic organizations,'
school groups, merchants associ-'
ations and recreation centers pro-
vide a controlled and secure
environment for children.
With a few precautions.
Halloween can be a special treat!


Keep Kids Safe Halloween


such peri on, may ha.e to request 'n.l admru.li ui
pve deierminsuon (hranngl under S ci:on 120 i-
F S Tle peuuor, must be killed Irece, ie1l in
Department of Environmental Protection
Office of General Counsel, MS# 35
3900 Commonwealth Boulevard

iTallahassee, FL 32399-3000
The petition must contain the nformationset forth
below:
S(a.) The name, address, and,. telephone number
of each petitioner, the applicant's name and
address, the Department Permit File Number
and the county in which the project is pro-
posed:
(b.) A statement of how and when each petition-
er rerie-d n.ou., ,:.Il the Deparunert s acu.:.n
S' or proposed acuor, ,'
(c.) A s.iternent of hr.o each pedtioner'a sub
'' tanuatl interests are afifectea by 'the
Department's action or proposed action;
(d.) -A statement of material facts disputed by
Peuuoner i a. rn,
(e I A taiaiemenrt .:.l li.:t ahlch petitioner con-
tends marrani reier.d ..rr modification of the
Department's action or proposed action:
(f.). A statement of which rules or statutes peti-
uoner c:nterds re.quJUei re'er -al ,-.r modiri a-
uon of Lhe Deparunent a; cun ur proposed ,
3CUu, d nd
Ig I A SLtai''emeni ,i trie relieft ou r.i b> peutu:r..n
-r staun_ preiriels thee fu.:0n peuuLoner
ainir the DeparLr.t-nt 10 tlke r atla recp".' to.
S the Department's action or proposed action.
If a petition is filed, the administrative hearing
prFocess willcon-utate a renewed .,iermninuor, ,:,f
the Departments dec-isin on uni apflitcauI.n
A..:,rdinn%. the Depa-urnni's fu-a acruorn mav lb
different iom the po.-iu-n laken try 11't in [hi]
intent F'erxor,: ho ,e ,ubsianual rnier t4s s1 t be
altectied by arn' deciin ,r, i the DeFrtT-ientr ait',
re ,i:rd t., the appli au.-.n haie the rinri tl pFeuu ,:,r
to become parr,' to the pi.:eedirn Tnre peuuan
rrut r.onfi.r.nr t u-e- requiiUcmenL .pe l u'led ab.)%e
and be filed (recenedi amihin 14 day. 1' receip f a
thi;s mieni. In the Offiie of GCererid C.,unel at the
aboa addre s r Failarp 10 Feuu ,rO n w thhin tri, -
.,loeed. urne II ar.m cam cnLlule, .; a J,.cr il ar ri nhi
5uch pe. iron na,: '. r-rqu'ii a h.arir, urndr
Socur-n 120 F- 5 7 id i,:- prfuciipa.ie aa a apar rV
to this pro.r'c.dirn Ar., 4ubwequent iLnenrnuuo.i
uadl o.nlv be at the appr'-" o f t-.' pr -ridug-ic 'er
uF'u:n mr.iuon I'lled Fpuriuarit t.: Ruis ;'t!-5.207 and
6'0 1-.201' F AC
2tc, October 29 and November 5. 1998.
STATE OF FLORIDA
; DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE F PERMIT ISSUANCE
The Deparprient nf Enirv'runmenal Pr.ltecton aie-i
loucefe ri it. permrrui is i.ja e I tie F., 2' 0143-r i
C01 DFl t.. bui. Paiker 7640( Robirn.,,.l Dn'n.e
Portn S Joe FlI.:nda 32456 to co.nsiruct a 4 \ 26,'
dck mtih 10 X 10 teirmind plau.irm nt., an,
e. saunf d.:,',k
T-e project Ite I located a 7F.40R Fr.c.rlino.d
Dn'e. Gul County Flrinda Se..cuon 14 T..Tr,.rip


DP AT T Cathey Parker Hobbs
PARIR REALTY reALTOR
P. O. Box 123

of MEXICO BEACH, INC. 98&31stSt.
of MEXICO BEACH NC Mexico Beach, FL 32410

"Selling Sunsets for 52 Years" wv.homown com/parker or
e-rmoia parkereolry'@diitalexp.com

OR^ 1-800-874-5073 or 850-648-5777


Comfortable 3 bedroom home on large lot Duplex walking distance to the beach.
(280' x 99.09") in desirable neighborhood EAch side has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, adjoin-
within walking distance to the Beach. Hasc ing screened porch, appliances, ch&a/c,
carport & nice storage building. 41 First and shared storage building 412 7th St.,
St., Mexico Beach $89,900.00' ; Mexico Beach $82,500.00


Charming family/executive home on choice BEACH FRONT DUPLEX Each apt. has
lot in prestigious Gulf Aire Subd. This home 2 bedrooms, I bath, wrap around decks,
offers 4 bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths in. over central H&A/C, appliances. Reduced to
2700 sq. ft. and many beautiful amenities. $230,000 for both Evening, Star 1 and 2:
Call for complete info. 220 Buccaneer
Dr.


Neat 2 bedroom home with large screened
porch. ;Has decks & storage. Landscaped
corner lot. 260 Ponce De Leon, St. Joe
Beach $89,000.00


Lovely home in restricted subd. with Gult
view from Ig 1 creened porch. Almost new 3
bedroom, 2 ba. approx. 2000 SF. Also Ig.
game rm. & laundry rm, all appliances,
beautiful kitchen w/wood cabinets. Land-
scaped lot with sprinkler system. 8110
Americus Ave., Sea Shores Sub., -
$149,900.00










BEACHSIDE HOUSEE Summer
Place #10 rn large 1 bedroom, 1.5
bath ti(Jlnear the Beach. Has Central
H& arpet, appliances, laundry room
jW/D hook-ups & back deck. 109C
South 38th St., Mexico Beach -
$78,900.00
.T,,,JI .


Nice m home recently refurbished BEACH GET AWAYI 2 bdrm., 2 ba.
expansion. Central H&A/C, car- mobile home in great cond. Furnished &
lded room, appliances, fenced yard, equipped, Ig. deck, nice storage bldg. and
sor walk to the Beach. Reduced covered boat barn. 2 LOTSIll 405
$66,900.00 235 Gulf St., St. Joe Maryland, Mexico Beach.
Beach. $69.900.00


BEACH RETREAT with boat shelter. 2 bed- Mobile Home on 3 Lots (2 fenced) 1986
rooms, 2 bath mobile home, furnished appli-' three bedroom, 2 baths. 9129 Tulip Av.,
ances, Central H&A/C, 2 screened porches Beacon Hill $47,000.00
& storage. 505 Cathy Lane, Mexico
Beach Reduced $39,900.00


Near new marina great location comfort-
able 3 bedroom home, ch&a/c, Ig. den, liv.
rm., util. rm. with w/d hook-ups, fenced
yard. 522 6th St., Port St. Joe.-
$78,000.00


Country living at its best Creekwood
Subd. Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with
approx. 2400 sq. ft. of living area. New
24' above ground pool & deck, fish pond,
deep well & separate shop. Corner Hwy.
386 & Spruce. $92,500.00


Commercial Zoning. Great location on
Hwy. 98 in Mexico Beach. 3 bdrm., I ba.
house on 100'x75' lot. Lots of possibilities.
$100,000.

CREEK FRONTAGE. 3 bedroom, 2 bath
mobile home in Creekwood Subd., cen. H &
A/C, fireplace, 2 screened porches and
storage shed. 275 Spruce St., $47,500.





Great starter or retirement home. 2
bedrooms, 1 bath on approx. 150'xl 63' lot.
Convenient to downtown, churches, school,
baseball field and great fishing 173 Mossie
Dr., Wewahitchka $26,000.
GULF FRONT LOTS Mexico Beach and
Beacon Hill locations -'call for details


6 f,:.uth. Ri.nge 12 West
A person whose subuanudal mieresS are aff'l'eted
by the Deparnment5 proposed dec'jns inr, thi
permit may petition for an administrative proceed-
ing (hearing) in accordance with Section 120.57.
F.S. Petitions filed by the permit applicant and the
parties listed below must be filed within 14 days of
receipt of this intent. Petitions filed by other per-
sons must be filed within 14 days of publication of
the public notice or within 14 days of their receipt
of this intent, whichever occurs first. Third party
petitioners shall mail a copy of the petition to the
applicant at the address indicated above at the
time of filing. Failure to file a petition within this
time period shall constitute a waiver of any right
such persons may have to request and administra-
tive determination (hearing) under Section 120.57.
F.S. Te 'petition must be filed (received) in
Department of Environmental Protection
Office of.General Counsel, MS# 35
3900 Commonwealth Boulevard
Tallahassee, FL 32399-3000
The petition must contain the information set forth
below:
(a.) The name address and telephone number
of each .,euooner. the applicant's name and
address,' the Deparunent Permit File Number
and the countyin which the project is pro-
posed;
(b.) A statement of how and when each petition-
er recented nouce of the Department's action
or proposed ac.Lon
'(c.) A itaernenti of how each petitioner's sub-
.;Lanual interests are affected by the
Department's action or proposed action'
(d.) A statement of material facts disputed by
Petitioner,.If any;
(e.) A statement of facts which petitioner con-
tends warrant reversal or modification of the
Department's action or proposed action;
(f.) A L3emenr t f ahich rule, or suttuteu peii
uoner cortends require reversal or modilh a
torn O. the Dp-arun-nt acuon or propose-I
acunn; U and
(g.) A statement of Lhe relief sought by peoitor.
er sw.ung preci-ely the acuon peutin-r
.ears the Deparmuent to take ,wih respect to
ime Deparuinerit acuon or proposed acuon
If a rFeuuon i- filed,. Ue administrauve heanri
process will corn.uruee s reneerd determlnauuri r,
the Department ; decision on the applic.toon
According, the Dep tnenti ,fnal acuon mia. be
different from the position taken by it In this
intent. Persons whose substantial interests will be
affected by any decision of the Department with
regard to the application have the right to petition
to become a party to the.proceeding. The petition
must conform t:.. the reqL.rememnts specified above
and be filed lrc,:ciedi ui-hin 14 .jays of receipt of
this intent, in tne Offiice of General Counsel at the
above address. Failure to petition within the
allowed time frame constitutes a waiver of any right
such person has to request a hearing under
Section 120.57, F S arid 10o prnicipate as a pa rr
to this proceeding Any sub-equ.-n intenrenu.nr,
will only be at the approval of the presiding officer
upon motion filed puruanlt to RiJMe 2A 5 207 and
t.0Q 2 0o. F AC
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THE STAR- PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY OCTOBER 2q- 1 QQA


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PAGE 10B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1998


People with diabetes are more
likely to die with influenza (flu)
than those without diabetes, yet
more than half of people with dia-
betes did not get a. flu shot in a
.recent year.
Florida is participating in a
four-state collaboration, spon-
sored by the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention (CDC), to
encourage people with diabetes to
get a flu shot this flu season, gen-,
erally November through ~ March.
"People with diabetes may be
unaware that the disease can
make their Immune system more
vulnerable to severe cases or even
death from kthe flu," said Dr.
Frank Vinicor, director of the
Division of Diabetes Translaticn
at CDC. "A flu shot is an easy,
safe, preventive measure that
people with diabetes should take
to protect, themselves from the
risks associated with the flu."
"Flu shots do not contain a
live virus so they cannot cause
the flu," said Tamara ,Kicera,
deputy chief for program develop-
ment and eevaluation,'Adult
Vaccine Preventable Diseases
Branch of the CDC's National
Immunization Program.
"Getting a flu shot is essential
for people with diabetes. For other
people, such as family members
of people with diabetes, the shot
not only protects them from the'
flu, it can help them avoid pass-
ing the flu along to their loved
ones. A flu shot is a good idea for
/ everyone, but people should be
sure to check with their doctor
before getting this or any other




.NOTICES

NOTICE OF INTENT TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
Nonce is hereby given that. pursuar.t to Chapter
865 09 Flornid Statutes. the undersigned nmtend4.
to register with the Division of Corporations,
Department of State. the flcuntous trade name
under which wit 1 be engaged in business and in
which said business Is to be earned on to-wit:
NAME TO BE REGISTERED The Clothes Tree.
MAlLING ADDRESS 202 Reid Atenue, Port-St.
Joe Florida 324156
OWNER IS) Alcla Maes
Itp. October 29. 1998.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids. in duplcate. will be receded by ihe
Cirv' Clerk of the City of Wewahntchka. until
November 9. 1998 -300 PM. C S T The bid will be
publicly opened during the Weahtutchka City
Coirniusioners meeLung on November 9. 199I.
6 30 FM C S T. for dhe following
To remove, rebuild and replace, to
original manufacturers specifications.
the automatic transmission (904 L/UI
SIn a 1992 Dodge D 150 Pick up Truck.
The Conr-ac.t.r shall .fumnih all libor. matenals.
ard,or parts nd shall be irt'prsilbie 1o the
,Miire compleuon.of "these repair
'Sr.ent- will be one'luriipsunif sa'actor
completion and Inspechon of these repairs
Rigni I s reserved to reject any and all pr,5pols
and waive iechnlrallnes
Donald Minchew. City Manager
Itc.October 29,. 1998.


Pafper, Pl'ea4e!


vaccination," added Kicera.
CDC also recommends that
people with diabetes receive a
pneumococcal polysaccharide
vaccine to protect against the
most common form of pneumonia
because they are at greater risk
for several comorbidity factors
including heart disease and renal
failure. Annually, 10,000 to
30,000 people with diabetes die
from complications resulting from
flu and pneumonia.,
More than a half million
adults in Florida have been- diag-
nosed with diabetes (541,312 in


1994), and the disease con-
tributes to more than 9,000
deaths in the state each year.
During a flu epidemic, deaths
among people with diabetes
increase by as much as five to 15
percent. The direct cost (medical
care) and indirect cost (lost pro-
ductivity and premature mortali-
ty) of diabetes in Florida totaled
about $7.396 billion in 1994. I"
Nationwide, approximately 16
million people have diabetes, but
half of them have not been diag-
nosed. New federally endorsed


guidelines recommend for the
first time that all adults be tested
for diabetes by age 45.
"These new guidelines will
help us begii to diagnose many of
the eight million people who are
unaware that they have diabetes,"
said Dr. Vinicor.

Please call the 'Gulf County
Health Department to make an
appointment for your flu shot
today. The Port St. Joe office can
be reached by calling 227-1276,
extension 100; Wewahitchka's
number is 639-2644.


Wewa Ambulance Squad Honors Retiree


Cleckley

On Friday, October 16, mem-
bers of the Wewahitchka
Volunteer Ambulance Squad held
a prime rib dinner at Maxine's
Restaurant in Wewahitchka.
Although Betty Cleckley was retir-
ing, she didn't know about the
surprise-she was the honoree for
the occasion!
Following the feast, a giant
sheet cake depicting Mrs.
Cleckley with her school bus and
ambulance, was enjoyed by all..
Several gifts were presented to her
for her years of loyal and faithful
service.
Cleckley was also honored
with the following poem which
was written by another ambu-
lance squad member, Kay
Whitfield.
Betty Always Ready
Betty, a word that cannot be said
without Charles. A ;couple
that never quarrels.


WIG Meeting
The Washington Improvement
Group Board of Directors and
Membership will meet on
Thursday. November 5, at 6:00'
p.m.; ET, at the WIG Teen
Center/Office, located at. 198.
Peters Street in Port St. Joe.
Charlotte Sobel. with the
Center for Community Change,
will be in attendance at the meet-
ing to continue working with the
standing committees and the
board. The meeting is open to the
public, and all .members .are
ecouraged.,.to attend,
The Affordable Housing
Committee will meet on Saturday.
October" 31. at the WIG Teen
Center/Office at 11:00 a.m., ET.
The Program/Activties Commit-
tee will meet later that day at 1:00
p.m. at the Teen Center.


Betty, mopping the laundromat,,
attending to rental houses,
bush hogging, working like
she's logging.
Betty the hand that extends to the
needy, but with treasury
money, sometimes greedy.
Bety'sf unctlon in the ambulance'
service-always : ready tor
serve, with not a lazy nerve,
Betty, wheeling the bus. Now she


can stay home to rush.
Rush to where? Wherever she is
needed. Betty Always Ready!
Mrs. Cleckley, as her friends
know her, probably still isn't
retired. One only has to stop by
the ambulance building anid find
-her there doing all the extra
things that need doing, The
community and squad members
appreciate you, Bettyl


Navy Airman Scott Ake


Finishes Basic Training


Navy Airman Scott A. Ake, the
son of Dennis F. Ake of
Wewahitchka, recently completed
U.S. Navy basic training at
Recruit Training Command in
Great Lakes, Illinois. He Is a 1998
graduate of Wewahitchka High
School.
During the eight week pro-
igram, Ake completed a variety of
training which', included -'class-
room study and practical instruc-
tion on naval customs, first aid,
fire fighting, water safety and sur-
vival, and shipboard and aircraft
safety. An emphasis, was also
placed on physical fitness.
Ake and other recruits also
received instruction on the Navy's
core values-honor, courage, and
commitment, as well as how to
apply them in their military per-
formance and personal conduct.
Ake joins 55,000 men and women.
who will enter the Navy this year
from all over the country.
Men and women train togetfh-
er from their first day In the Navy
just as they do aboard ships and
at shore commands around the
world. To reinforce the team con-
cept, Ake and other recruits also


were trained in preventing sexual,
harassment and ensuring equal:
opportunity.
Even as the naval service gets
smaller over the' next few years,
highly motivated young people
like Ake are still finding an oppor-
tunity to improve their knowledge
and education as they become
part of the most highly technical
naval force in history. This year
alone, the Navy will have more
than 57,000 job openings and
opportunities, which include
guaranteed training.

Handmade Afghan

to be Given Away
The Gulf County Seniors
Citizens will be giving away a

homemade afghan on December
23. A donation of SI.O0 is being
asked.
If you would like to corr-
tribute, please 'go to one of the
meal sites in Port St. Joe. White
City, or Wewahitchka. The Board
of Directors will, als) be accepting
donations. Thank you for your
support.


... y c .. 647-8939
Joy Holder 648-8493
1200 U. S. Hwy.98 2221 CR 0-30 To.m Graney 647-3736
M M1 0l J66 I I.I Marlene..Harrs 647-5316
Mexico Beach, FL 32410 b!Simmons Bayou on St. Joe Bay r i I --... Patricia Raap 648-5965
850.648.5146 or 1.800.458.7478 850.227.2511 or 888.458.7470 REALTO M SO onna Ritch-648-4217
DJoan Smlthwk -648-450919
hJoan Sna thick 647-4150


NEW LISTINGS:
705 Gulf Aire Dr.- Gulf Aire Subd. Very nice-3br/2
ba. single level home in like new cond. Spacious home
w/over 21,00 sf of open floor plan wv, bright central
kitchen, great rm,lg. Fla. rm., master bdrm. suite and
split bdrm. plan. Set on a nicely landscaped 75 x120
lot, a privacy fenced back yard and large arbor patic
provide indoor., outdoor living at its best 2 car garage
& loads of storage complete this pkg. and all within
steps of a private dedicated beach, tennis courts &
swimming pool in gulf County's nicest planned com-
munity Must see to appreciate. $173,292.68.
2 very nice lots in Creekwood Subd. Short distance
from Hwy. 386. Lot 16 approx. 101 x 230: lot 17 approx
296 x 79'. Priced to sell at $7,500 ea.
Overstreet area: Build your home of this large parcel
of land on Wetappo Creek. Approx. 208 ft. on canal.
Take Canal St. to Chapel Lane. $897Q99- Reduced to
$84,900.
Gulf front 7935 Hwy. 98 St. Joe Beach. Beautitul -I
bd.. 3 ba. home w/many extra amenities. This 2 story
house has hardwood floors in the lii. rm., din. rm. &
kitchen. Kitchen has top.of the line Kitchen Aid appli.
ances, all baths tiled, arA \'iows &
. *doors |i IE ne1ont ll A Ith h,,c .
after, a rm shelves, nice.land-caping.
decc,rative lighting, drip water sNstem lor landscape.
ing, "'ssasher/dryer, most "wi'tli.pW,'eatImerits, deck
and screened room on lower' lev el paved parking
underneath, not on rental prograrij but has great
potential. $435,000. -*
LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! 104 S. 301h
St., Mexico Beach. 3 bd., 2 ba. Ig. master bedroom
w.'lg. ba. New carpet in living area, new tile in
kitchen. 4 car parking in front. Fenced back yard, cen.
heat pump. Deck with super view of gulf. This home
would be a great residence or a very good rental prop-
erty. Call Joan. $185,000. .
Overstreet AreaL Roberts Landing. Rd., Hwy. 386 -
WATERFRONT Intracoastal Waterway 35.9 acres.
Pines and assorted low scrub make tip these beautiful
acres, great investment for developer, or secluded
home site. Electric and phone lines on property, sever -
al deeded access points, 623.88' water frontage. set-
backs apply. MLS #2687. Call 850-22"-2511 tor movie
information. $260,000..
rWewhitchka area Stone Mill Creek Estates corner'
of South Dianna St. and Creekview Dr. 2 beautiful
lots approx. 2.5 acres, 635.81' paved road frontage.
This property has been cleared, some trees remain.
Lots are high and dry, this is beautitul country. For
more information call 227.2511. $20,500.
GULF FRONT
8065 Hwy. 98, Sea Gull #7 Gulf front 3 bd, 2.5 ba:h
townhome. Fully furnished, completely redone in
excellent condition, all new furniture, paved park-
ing, 3 decks, outside shower on rental program.
Excellent investment potential. $195,000.
8067 Hwy. 98 Sea Gull #8 Gulf front. 2 bd. 2.5
bath townhome, completely furnished, totallY
redone, excellent condition, non-rental unit with
great rental potential, all new furruture, 3 decks,
outside shower, paved parking. $190,000
Brand new gulf front home, 6204 Hwy. C-30, near
Gulf Pines. 3 bedroom 2 bath, all elec home Appro..
1800 sq. ft., 200 ft. dune walkover, metal roof., carpet
and tile floors. Covered porch, paved parking under-
neath, outside shower. $250,000. ;
'Gulffront 8247 Hwy. 98, Gulfaire Townhomes. Nice
3 bd., C. appli.
ances", aA1 I V nI isI
now on rental program. Excellent investment
2.90. Reduced to $214,900.
8217 Hwy. 98 Gulfaire Townhomes. Great 2 br 2.5
ba. townhome, fur*h, ae h/a in '95 & wash-
er/dryer in '96. Di i cractor, disp., refrig.,
carpet.'vinyl. Lind aetli eB not on weekly,rental
market, but excel. potential. Comfortable year-round"
living or great investment. $165,000
Gulffront Dunes #4,- 2bd.,l ba. -eck overlooking
gulf' Entrance off fully furnished kitchen to beach.
Good rental. t$4 iO drastically reduced to $99,500.
7991 Hwy. 98 Windrush St. Joe Beach. BEACH-'
FRONT HOME. 4 bd 3 ba. single family dwelling
w/appros. 1,050 sf-kif a| just 3 \rs. old, mas-
ter bath room has j2&iI n shower. kitchen is
all electric. Designed with living spaces facing the
Gulf this home has.sunning deck, outdoor h. c show-
er, dune walkover, 2 car paved parking under unit and
outdoor brick grill. Handicapped accessible w .'eleva-
tor. Excellent rental unit. Reduced 6t $399,000.
BEACHSIDE
SummerPlace #18, 107-A 38th St., Mexico Beach.
Summer fun is what this SummerPlace has to offer; 2
bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, approx. 1000 sq. ft. plus patio
off back, completely furnished. Unit conscientiously
maintained by original owners. Most 'units in this
group on rental programs. Priced at $99,500.00.
ACROSS HIGHWAY FROM BEACH
201 Third St. Mexico Beach. on comer of Florida
and 3rd St. Second block from beach! Very nice,
well maintained, l.atcrete block home,
storage bldg. on J J0s/a, and appliances.
Approx. 1600 sf Great investment, second home, or
year round living. $109,000.


232 Nan Nook Rd. Grand Isle Sub. 3 bd 2 ba. home
just blocks from the Gulf of Mexico. 8" rustic channel
cedar siding, detached .2. car garage w. window ac
unit, 13"x27' covered boat port on concrete slab. hc.t &
cold outside shower, util. shed, back yard fenced, irri-,
gation well. This home sits on 2 lots 75'115' each lot,
approx. 1800 sf. cen. gas natural i heated & cooled li.
rm., kitdining combo, den, laun. rm., Ig. screened
porch. New elec. stove & d.w.. refrig.. microwave.
Floors are vinyl and w-w carpet. This home is a must
see and priced to sell. MLS #2488 $127,500.
CANALFRONT luxury home, 116 N. 38th St., Many
amenities. Split floor plan. 3 bd., 2 ba. vinyl siding.
private boat dock, util .workshop area, completely
furnished. $26 0000.
BEACON HILL
8880 Lighouse d.. 60'l' waeie lnariall
furn sshe EeJi ids
Fenced? T.-,- Calr-arlene H-arris 67'-5316 for
further details.
GULFAIRE SUBDIVISION
Gulfaire Dr. Triplex. Two 3 Br 2 Ba units and one 1
Br I Ba urut. Very nice. Good investment. To be sold'
together. Total price $175,000 ,.
701 Gulf Aire Dr.-Gulf Aire;Sub5;q Custom ibuilmin,
1993 a cozy 3 bd 2 ba home in new condition (only
6 mon6iths old) is a real find. Constructed to provide
a mal l xa aped .
124 x IXrgCONl. It lots
of storage, 2 car garage; all within steps of a pri ate
dedicated beach, tennis courts, and swimming pool
in one of Gulf County's nicest restricted communi-
ties make this a great opportunity. Priced to sell
quickly at $112,000.
ST. JOE BEACH,
Seashores Subd. 101 Nautilus. Like New. Comer
.lot in restricted subdi ision, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
with washer dryer off master suite and kitchen.
Wired for surround sound, ideal for year round liv-
ing or summer home. 2 car garage, 1 block to the
beach. $116,500.
PORT ST. JOE
208 Gautier Memorial; Port SL Joe. Contemporary
3500 sq. ft. Florida home w 'bahama shutters. 4 bd.. 2.5
. ba., great room. gourmet kitchen, breakfast area & wet
bar all open to form great entertainment area. Unique '
kit. layout w 2 double sinks, 2 dishwashers, 2 trash
compactors, 40' counter & bar space. Viking appli-
ances include built-in gas convection oven, warmer,
4." island cooktop w .24" grill, sub-zero refrigerator &
Amanda commercial built-in microwave. Conan
countertops throughout. Wet bar w .sink & ice.
machine Butler's pantry w/built-in buffet & full-out
cabinets. Rear carpeted screen porch features custom-
built outside kit. w.,'12' stainless steel top w/sink,
warmer, 2-60,000 btu burners & 32" grill and 2 48"
Vildng hoods. Children's living area has 3 bd., conti-
nental bath w. whirlpool, living area & built-in com-
puter/study area. Huge master bath &'dressing area
as 14' his/her vanity, 7' Jacuzzi, separate 5'x5' tile 2-
person shower, his/her large walk-in closets. Many
other features included with this beautiful home.
Contact Joan for detailed list. $365,000.
1801 Garrison Ave. Very nice 3 bd 2 ba. concrete
block home with aluminum siding approx 2500 SF. A
-new addition of master BR w/sitting room & ba. 1.5
yrs. old, sun porch, screen porch, den, vinyl, carpet,
ch!/a, stove, refrig., dishwasher, gas ,hot water heater.
Sprinkler system, timer, separate well. Lot 75'x150'.
Must see to appreciate. f$99t999 Reduced to $88,000.

COMMERCIAL/INVESTMENT PROP.
3114. Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach. Business only.
Established, charming 1950's style soda shop oper-
ating from leased building centrally located with
heavy traffic. Shop serves frozen yogurt and soft ice
cream and offers a line of gifts and souvenirs. Main
equipment includes 2 Taylor model 754 double
batch freezers, 1 Taylormate model 152 single
batch freezer, new Flavorbest syrup dispenser for
8 additional flavors, Ig. topping bar, refrigeration
and freezer storage, and a 400# ice machine. Call for
more info. $53,500.
Motel 4103 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach. Located on four
lots, gunite swimming pool, boat parking, good
investment potential. $550,000.
Mexico Beach Marina located on Mexico Beach
Canal 4 lots, bait and tackle shop, gasoline pumps,
boat docks, 3,000 + sq. ft. bldg. $690,000.
MEXICO BEACH VIDEO, 2704 Hwy. 98, Business
Only. All racks and fixtures, computer, cash register,
copy machine, Ig. movie inventory, 2 yr. building lease
available. Reduced to $25,000. .

HOWARD CREEK
HOWARD CREEK 472 and 490 Old Bay City Rd.,
Two adjoining 1/2 acre lots paved access all the way
from Hwy. 71 to your future driveway and boat shed.
Nicely wooded with myrtle and some oaks, covered
culvert access already in place and these are high lots.
$8,000 each. Have a one acre fishing and hunting
retreat or develop one and sell one.


WEWAHITCHKA
148 Lucy Dr., Wewahitchka. UNIQUE! qreat home
close to the best fishing 3 br 2.5 ba. log home. Lots of
room 3600 SF approx. on 3 lots' 2 CH A units. gas .
stove refrigerator, ceiling tans. 2 car garage Many
extras. Well built and maintained. 4-.-00.-Reduced
to $137,900.
OVERSTREET
178 S. Canal St. canal front. 3 bd., 2 ba. approx. 1650
st ch.'a, well, septic, 2 car garage, tull front & back
decks, back deck includes a 2019.7 screened in area,
downstairs office, walk-in pantry, refrig., satellite dish '
w/set-up equipment, 1.264x acres, 100 on
Intracoastal Waterway w/dock. $14 .999_ Reduced to
$125,000. L
1426 Pleasant Rest Rd. 2 bd., 2 ba.. split plan
mobile home on cleared approx. 1 2 acre lot, paved
road, all utilities, well, septic, satellite dish. Perfect
for your country living, yet within 10 minutes to
two towns. Priced to sell at 6 Reduced to
$25,000.



CAPE SANBLAS/INDIANI PASS '
CAPE SAN BLAS / Bayfront-101 ft. of bay frontage
overlooking Pig Island, 490 It. of depth from Pig
Bayou to C-30, over one acre across from Antilles Dr.
Tremendous opportunity for secluded estate or multi-
ple home sites, great view, and w, ater access to the bay,
only $105,000.
San Bias Plantation S/D. BEACHSIDE AND OWN-
ER FINANCING! Lots 14, 19, 21 $34,500. Lots 23,25,
28, 30 -, $29,500. Lots 36, 38, 40 -$15,500.
Gulf S INT AC lots"
cleared N1TI IIUT
MEXICO BEACH Houses Only
Mexico Beach, Hw d Unobstructed gulf
view, approx. 50'Xl ,I .blk. 1. $115,000.
Mexico Beach, Hwy. 98 & 2nd St. Unobstructed gulf
view, approx. 50 x150' lot 2 unit 1, blk. 1. $115,000
firm. ,
BEACON HILL
Baxter Mobile Home Sub. Lot 8. This is a cleared lot
in an exclusive sub. covered by covenants and restric-
tions; just off of SunRay Dr. Some owner financing
may be available. $35,000.
GULFAIRE SUBDIVISION
Homes Only Subdivision swimming pool
and tennis courts
Gulf. Aire Sub." Phase [I. Gulfaire Drive -
72.6'x261.02'x150'x146.73'. Lot 26, Blk. D, Sellers are
highly motivated and will entertainall offers. $26,000.
Christen's Curve. Nice cleared lot, triangular shape,
near pool and tennis court. Phase IV, Lot 8, $27,900.
SEASHORES SUBDIVISION
Nautilus Dr. Lots 4,5, 6, 7, & 8, Block A. $22,000 each.

ST. JOE BEACH
Mobile Homes or Houses
Pineda St. 50' X 125' each -3 lots in first block across
from beach. $25,000 each
OVERSTREET AREA
}Wetappo Creek Estates. Beautiful wooded lot on -
paved road in area restricted to'homes only. Creek
access and just 10 mins. from the beach. l t size 110 x x
200. $6,000.
1.27 acre. 101' Highway 386 frontage. Close to
Intracoastal Waterway, 5 minutes from beach.
$13,500.00. ..
FIVE ACRES on the Intracoastal Waterway, approxi-
mately 500' water frontage. Lot size approximately
500'x450'. $85,000.
Wetappo Creek and Highway 386 15.5 acres Great
Potential. $70,000
WETAPPO CREEK ESTATES. Wetappo Dr. Lot 2, Blk.
C. Has septic tank, houses only, 110' x 200', $9,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
C. L. Morgan Sub. Vacant lot. -Beautiful wooded
corner lot on paved street. 73.4' x 70'x144' approx.,
this property has never flooded and is zoned for Res.
home or mobile home. Just 1 min. from the Dead
Lakes or 20 mins. from the beach. All mineral rights
convey. $10,000. t
WATERFRONT Dead Lakes Drive, Wdvahitchka.
Lot 3 West Arm of Dead Lakes. Lot size 106.7' water-
front x 252.63' deep approx. Beautiful wooded lot .
with direct access to the Dead Lakes! $15,000.
Beautiful wooded lot, close to the Dead Lakes.
Located in the C. L. Morgan Subd., this lot is zoned for
homes or mobile homes. Lot size 105'x113'. Build the
home of your dreams in this quiet, wooded subdivi-
sion and still be just 20 min. from the beach. $10,000.

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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1998 PAGE 11B


AUCTION EVERY FRIDAY NITE, at
7 p.m. EDT at Old Port Theatre in Port
St. Joe. Wade Clark Auctions,
850-229-9282.
10% Buyer's Premium.* AB1239, AU 1737 AU1743






1987 Mazda RX7 GXL, runs good.
$i,500. Call 227-1567. tfc 10/29
1987 Nissan King cab, auto, fully
loaded, with ladder rack and tool box.
$2,800 obo. 648-4767. 2tc 10/29
1988 Cutlass Ciera, good tires, nice
Interior, 4 door, new battery, $2,000
obo. 227-9690. 3tc 10/29
i987 Ford Crown Victoria LX, excellent
* condition, one owner, many extras,
must see to appreciate, $2,995.
Johnson 6 horse outboard motor10ong,
foot, $300; Hammond chord organ,
$100. Call 227-9697. Itp
1989 Eagle Premier. top of the line.
LOADEDI $3.000 obo. 648-4767.
2tc 10/29'

'91 Buick LeSabre, good condition,
83,000 miles. Call 229-8918. 2tp 10/22
The Wewahitchka State Bank will be,
accepting bids on the following through
10-30-98. 1995 PontLiac Firebird, white,
good condition. The Wewahitchka State
Bank reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. Wewahitchka State Bank,
P. 0. Box 100, 125 N. Hwy. 71,
Wewahitchka, FL 32465. (850) 639-
2222. 3tc 10/15
1989 Ford van, low mileage, equipped
with braun disabled hydraulics for dis-
abled person, new air cond. $8,000.
Call 647-5071. Carl Guilford.3tc 10/15
1993 Pontlac Grand Am, 4 door, teal,
black Interior, $4,000. 227-9754 after
5. / tfc9/17
'95 Honda Passport, good condition,
black exterior, grey interior. Call 229-
8997 during day, or 227-3412 in the
Evening. tfc 8/13.
193 Honda 250 Nightbawk motorqcy.le.
low miles, $1,950. Call 227-1639 or
227-1109, askfoftChal-re'or Linda.
tfc 10/1





"'94 boat, motor & trailer, fiberglass
boat. 15 hp Mariner, galvanized trailer.
181,500. Call 229-9721. Itc 10/29
35 hp Johnson o/b rebuilt w/gear shift
& steering. 81,200. Pontoon seats wrap
around with captain's char, pedestal,
helm & water sink, S450. 24' pontoon
trailer, 8600. 647-3452. lfc 9/24
26.1' Mako with twin 150 hp Evinrudes,
less than 400 hours. Some electronics
and all aluminum tandem trailer.
'Reasonable offer. 648-82 11., .
tfc 10/1





Commercial building at Mexico Beach,
approx. 3600 sq. ft. Reply to Rt. 3, Box
'170, Port St. Joe, FL 32456. 2tc 10/29
House at 517 4th St. 4 bedrooms, 2
baths, cen. h&a, $425 per month. Call
227-3579. tfc 10/29
,For Rent or Sale: 225 8th St. 5 bed-
room, 2 bath. large kitchen., large
fenced yard. 229-8757. 4te 10/29
Mobile home lots on Mexico Beach, $75
'per month. 1-800-659-0641. 2tc 10/22
For Rent: nice two bedroom apartment.
No pets. Call 229-8869. 2tc 10/22'
Lease or lease option to buy. Large 3
bedroom, 2 bath house at. Cape
Plantation. $700 month. 352-383-5524.
O c4tc 10/15

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$25 month
302-B Reid Ave., PSJ, FL
229-2727


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

229-6200


Now Open
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Comer of DeSoto & Americus
St. Joe Beach
Office: 647-3665
Home: 647-5106


Mexico Beach. Nice 2 bedroom house,
furnished, 104 N. 26th St., $435 month
plus electricity. Available now until
April 99. 770-228-5881. 3tp 10/15
Indian Pass Indian Lagoon view, 4
br/2 ba new home with jacuzzi room &
private fish pond on 5 acres. Wonderful
family home. 6 month to 1 year lease,
water included, furnished or unfur-
nished. Call 85Q-927-2515. 4tp 10/8
Apartment for rent in Gulfaire Subd.
Beautiful view of the gulf. 2 spacious
bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath, LR, DR, and
laundry room, long term rental. $545
month. 647-3742. tfc 10/8
Prime retail space for rent on Reid Ave.
Call 229-8581. tfc 10/1
BEACH STORAGE. New 5x10, 10x10
and 10x20 available now. For limited
time only, pay one month and get sec-
ond month free for units,- in our .,new-,,
building. Call 227-7200 to rent today!
tfc 9/17


FOR RENT- Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
home in new condition. Many extras
has Gulfaire pool/beach privileges.
Available immediately on yearly lease.
$1,000 per month plus utilities. 215
Gulfaire Dr. Contact Parkei- Realty of
Mexico Beach. 850-648-5777., tfc 10/1,1,
Two bedroom mobile home. 639-5552.
tfc 9/17

2 bdrm. 1 1/2 ba. mobile home, new
carpet, fenced yard, 1/2 mile fromI
beach, $350 per mo. Includes water,
sewer, trash, and cable TV. ,$200
deposit. 648-5229. tfc 10/1
Gulf Shore Court. Trailer for rent. No
pets. 1 block from St. Joe Beach. 647-
5106. tfc 10O/1
Liberty Manor Apts., .102 Liberty Manor
Circle, Port St. Joe. Affordable housing,
for' the elderly and the handicapped.
Ceni. 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 10/1


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 850-648-5777Tfor more
information. tfc"10/1-l


Sunnyside Apt., 2 bd./2 ba. gulf view
apartment, washer/dryer, microwave,
d.w., cen. h/a, furnished or unfur-
nished. long term rental. All utilities
furnished, S600, security deposit
required. 648-5146. tfc 9/24
,UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & refrig.
cen.' h&a. screen porch. carport &
laundry rm.
Large 2 bedroom apartment. stove.&
refrlig., washer/dryer hook-up.
Newv extra 1g. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm., ch&a, dish-
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
pets.
FURNISHED
*Small 2 bdrm. home, auto heat & air,.
washer/dryer hook-up.
One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hookup. ,
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m. '
tfc 9/3

For Rent: quaint building. clean, small.
easy to decorate. Ideal for small wed-
dings. receptions, dinners, great rates.
For information call 227- 1278. or 227-
1776. tic 9/25

Office space for rent adja-
cent to Citizens Federal -
$500 per mo., plus utilities.
410 Long Ave., Port St. Joe,
Florida 850-227-7413.
tfc 10/1


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


NOW RENTING
2 bedroom apartments
MOSS CREEK APTS., 126
Amy Circle, Wewa-
hitchka, FL 32465.
(850) 639-2722
Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
0 Laundry facilities
On-site Management
MOSS Voice/ETY Access
(352) 472-3952 12
tfc 10/1





Yard Sale: 208 16th St., Saturday, 8
a.m. Baby items, baby clothes and lots
of miscellaneous.
Garage Sale: 616 Marvin Avenue,
Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m. till. Itp
Yard Sale: Saturday, Oct. 31, 7-2, 201
Louisiana Drive, Mexico Beach. Ladies'
bike, lots of miscellaneous items. No
early sales Itp


Yard Sale: Saturday, 8-12, clothes, toys,
miscellaneous, 120 Monica Drive. Rain
cancels. ltp
Yard Sale: Sat., Oct. 31, from 7:00 until
noon CT at 106 N. 29th St., Mexico
Beach. Lots of Christmas, decorations.
warm clothes size 16 & up. Plants,
small knick knack closet & many odds
& ends.
Garage Sale: Friday, Oct. 30, 8:00 a.m.
CST. Shell crafts, shells, housewares,
clothing, fabric & more. 405 Fortner
Ave., Mexico Beach. ltc 10/29
Yard Sale: Saturday. Oct. 31st. 8 a.m.
until. Bar stool, clothes, dishes, sheets
and a lot more. 479 Duval St., Oak
Grove. ltp

Garage Sale: Saturday. 7:30 12 noon.
Lots of children's clothes and shoes and,
extras. 102 Liberty St. Itc 10/29
Garage Sale: 330 Pineda, Welder exer-
cise system, Corning stove, washer,
Saturday. 8 a.m. until. Itc 10/29


Moving Sale: Brand new Maylag dryer:
2 oak bar stools, new 3-speed women's
Huffy bike, white desk w/4 drawers,
bridge table & chairs (blue). To see
items call after 5:30. 647-3511.
1 r .' 2tc 10/22

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 !0/15


HL :i WA/ TED'-,,


An Ohio Oil company needs mature per-
son now In the Port St. Joe area.
Regardless of experience, write C. W.
Read, P. 0. Box 696, Dayton, OH
45401. ltp 10/29
',Job Notice: The Gulf County Board' of
"County Commissioners is seeking an
individual to fill a part-time position of
automotive mechanic. -The' following
qualifications are desired for this posi-
tion at the Road Department.
On Board diagnostics; specialized elec-
tronics; $-134 air conditioning refriger-
ate training; $-12 refrigerate recovery
and recycling training; competence in'
engine repair; fuel injection :system
competence; knowledge of hydraulic
systems: diesel mechanic: heavy equip-
ment repair (Idlers. sprockets, final dri-
ves, etc.), air brakes, automatic trans-
mission; small ,engine repair,
welding/cutting ability.
Applications will be received at the Gulf
,,County Road. Dept. 318 S. 7th St.,
Wewahltchka, FL 32465' (850) 639-
2238. Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m.
3:30 p.m CST, Applicatlons will be
received until Friday. November 6.
1998, 3:30 p.m. CST. If you have any
questions you may contact Chief
Administrator Don Butler at (850) 229-
6111.
Gulf County enforces a Drug Free
Workplace Policy and is 'an Equal
Opportunity Employer.
/s/ Benny C. Lister. Clerk
Tommy Knox. Chairman ltc 10/29

.Tired, of sitting around the house? We
need outgoing people who smile a lot.
Work 2-4 hours a day during lunch in
..Mexico Beach. Very flexible schedule
;.nid pay. Ideal for retirees or anyone
else. No experience necessary. Contact
Mike Norman at the New York Dell, 648-
8827, Beach Pizza 648-4600. or The
Video Station, 648-8202 or apply In per-
son. EOE. -,4tc 10/22


Cleaners needed immediately. Perfect Admissions Directors: Medicaid'and
for part-time and mothers who need to medicare knowledge helpful. Apply Bay
be home by 3 p.m.! Call for interview. St. Joseph Care Center. 220 9th St..
Anchor Vacation Properties. 229-2777. Port St. Joe or call 229-8244.2tc 10/22
/. 2tc 10/29 .
2''/ 2 'Mexico Beach Animal Clinic is accepting
VISTA volunteer needed for Library applications for a part time position.
Literacy Project. Commitment 12 'Must have experience In customer ser-
months, 40 ; hrs/per week, small 'ice, animal care and general office
stipend, health/dental plan, mileage. skills. Must be able to work late evening
Must have :transportation. Call Gulf 'and weekends. Call 648-8811 or 850-
County Public Library at 229-8879 for ,.627-8338 for further information/
Interview or more Information. .. 3tc 10/22


2te 10/29


CUSTOM LAWN

SERVICE
Jeff Wood 227-1559



Glynn Dykes
Drywall
"No job too big, or too small"
227-1785
Free Estimates Insured
tic 7 2


ROGER STOKES
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
647-3328
Free Estimates *RF 00667706
PLUMBING REPAIRS
t, 7/2


: ( 1- ), .. ..
) 6e Residential
O .- Commercial
Termite & Pest Control
* Termite Treatments RHEiura nri iei
* Flea Control. Condominiums
* HcouSehro.D P'.. Coniroi New Treatment/ ..
* Reai EsuIti (WDO) Re-p..rii Construction Sites
WrFAMILY OWNED
PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
Serving Gulf Co. & Surrounding Areas
Free Estimates & Inspections


:~riic~~l~r, -,l:-. o -t-A


STUTZMAN ROOFING
RC .0038.936
Specializing in Reroofs *
Single-Ply & Repairs
"Where Qualiy Is Higher Than Price
229-8631
Hc 7/2


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


-







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


/ MINI-STORAGE


5x10 1010 1(0x20
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
RA0043378 ER 0007623





0ROY'S

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


Experienced, nail technician and hair
cosmetologist to rent booth at Sunset
Blvd. Call 229-7099. ltp 10/29

CNA's needed. Sign on bonus-$100 to
new CNA. If recruited by in-house CNA.
both get $100 bonus. Both get $100
bonus if you' stay at 3 months, 6
months and 9 months.
Maintenance supervisor and assistants
needed in fast-paced facility.
Experience in maintenance needed.
Excellent pay and good benefits. Apply
at Bay St. Joseph Care Center, or for
more information call 229-8244.
2tc 10/22
Full time cook and part time aide need-
ed. Salary, Is based upon experience.,
Apply at Bay St. Joseph Care Center.
220 9th St. in Port St. Joe or call 229-'
8244 for more information. 2tc 10/22
Immediate, full Ume position available
in the ACCOUNTS PAYABLE Depart-
ment. Some related experience and
Computer Knowledge desired. Please
fax or e-mail a resume to: CON-
TROLLER, 2775 Garrison Ave., Port St.
Joe, FL 32456. (850) 229-1014 Fax.
2tc 10/22

Organist needed The First
Presbyterian Church located on 508
16th St.. Port St. Joe Is in, need of an
organist for Sunday service held at
10:00 EST. If interested please call 227-
1756, if no one answers leave message,
stating your name and tel. # and we will
get back to you. 3tc 10/15
Now hiring food servers. kitchen help
and bartenders. Apply in person at The
Top of the Gulf. talk with Donna. No
phone calls please. tfc 10/1



PIPE FITTERS
PIPE WELDERS
New contracts have created open-
ings for journeyman pipe fitters and
welders. Job is long term and
steady. Company offers excellent
pay, health insurance, 401(k), and
vacation. Apply in person, Eastern
Shipbuilding Group, 134 S. East
Ave., Panama City.
S :. ... 3tc'10/15


PRECISION CARPENTRY
Remodeling, Renovation e* 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 L tawn


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


Teacher Aide (PK). The Gulf County
School Board is receiving applications
for'Teacher Aide (PK). Persons having
applications on file in the School Board
office and wishing to be considered for
this position must request to have their
application submitted. Applications and
job descriptions may be picked up at
the School Office and completed appli-
cations should be sent to Ms. Catherine
Barfield, Principal, Port St. Joe
Elementary, 2201 Long Ave.. Port St.
Joe, FL 32456. Application deadline is
Oct.' 30; 1998, 2:00 P.M., E.T. The
Gulf County School Board is an equal
opportunity employer. 2tc 10/22
Chief Building Inspector. The Gull'
County School Board Is receiving appli-
cations for Chief Building Inspector.
Persons having applications on file in
the School Board' office and wishing to
be considered for :this position must
request to have their application sub-
mitted. Applications and job descrip-
tions may be picked up at the School
Office and completed applications
Should be sent to Mr. Jerry Kelley,
Superintendent, 150 Middle School
Road, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Application deadline is Oct. 30, 1998,
2:00 P.M;, 'E.T. The Gulf County School
Board is an equal opportunity employer.
2tc 10/22

Office help needed: must have comput-
er experience. RJch's IGA. Wewahitchka.
Contact Betty Rich, 639-5343. tifc 10/1

The Okeechobee County Sheriffs Office
is now accepting applicaUons for COR-
RECTIONAL OFFICERS. Please send a
request for application or call
Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office. 504
NW 4lh St.. Okeechobee, FL 34972.
,(941) 763-3117. ext.- 15. The
Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office is
an Equal Employment Opportunity
Employer and a Drug Free Workplace.
1 4tp 10/8
Help Wanted: Drivers needed, have. to
have CDLlicense. Apply In person at
Bayside Lumber or call 229-8232.





Double bed, $20; window -air cond.,
$100; Kenmore portable dishwasher
S75; Kenmore refrig., 950. 639-2344.


COINS BY THE BAY! I buy and sell old
coins and paper money. Billy Stephens.
fair prices. Home 229-8104. bus. 229-
6803. Lfc 10/1


STUMP GRINDING
Best prices in town!
1-800-628-8733
A-1 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 & 7/2


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


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


LIC. #RF0051042 RG0051008 ER 0011618
JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
Free PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
re O -as REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
EstinfU' INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
MINOR ELECTRICAL
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 850/229-821


St. Joe Glass & Mirror
816-D 4th St. Port St. Joe, FL 32456 227-3885
Mirrors Plex-Glass Furniture Tops Desk Tops
Residential Commercial Industrial Shower Doors
Boat Glass Heavy Equipment Glass


PUMP REPAY



HAL KEEL


IJR& SALES LICENSED & INSURED
H & M IRRIGATION
for All Your Watering Needs ...
S FREE ESTIMATES 229-2738


* A .'.4.'


FOR RENT GARA I GE SALES HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTEED
I I I I I


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TRADES and SERVICES











The Star. Port St. Joe. FL Thursday. Oct. 29. 1998


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King size waveless water bed, black
overstuffed headboard & rails, very
nice. $200. 227-7205. ltc 10/22
New La-Z-Boy recliner, burgundy /
tapestry, paid $600, will take $299.
Janitorial space heater, 45,000 btu,
model GMP 050-3, $200. 647-5608.
2tc 10/29

MTD yard machine, 14 hp 38" cut rear
bagger, still under warranty,; excellent
cond., $900. Call 647-3181 after 5:00.
2tp 10/29

Steel buildings, factory has cancelled
orders that must go immediately.
Willing to cut prices drastically. 20x24,
25x26, 30x40, 40x68. Ideal garages
/workshops. Call ASAP 1-800-341-
7007. Itp 10/29
Queen and king size water beds, 12x65'
mobile home, cheap, needs repair. 647-
5106. tfi 9/10'
REDUCE: Lose weight while you sleep.
Take OPAL tablets and E-Vap Diuretic.
Available Pitts Pharmacy In
Wewahitchka. 2tp 10/22
AVON serving Tvndall, the beaches and
Port St. Joe. Susan. 647-3651.
tfc 10/15

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


BOBBY CRUM. Tree Service & Lawn
Maintenance. 40 vrs. experience. 648-
8770. 4tc 10/29


RAM-SET CONSTRUCTION CO.
#RR-0067260
RESIDENTIAL BUILDER, COMPLETE
RENOVATIONS
Rob Peterson 7839 Hwy. C-30
Port St. Joe 229-2412





HANDPAINTED SIGNS
& PET PORTRAITS
g50-647-9233
250 Bay St. St. Joe Beach, FL


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


One Story & Clark piano, a contempo-
rary console, like new, 37.5",high, $895.
You move. Call 227-2019. tfc 10/1

****- Bargains Galore.A*****
PAWN SHOPPE
Watch Bands & Batteries,
302-B Reid Ave. Call 227-Pawn,
Buy, Sall or Trade

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






1985 14x56' mobile home, 2 bdrm., I
1/2 ba. custom cabinets, cathedral ceil-
ings, plywood floors, carpeted. Nice.
827-2885. 2tp 10/29
1987 Liberty 14x56' cen. h/a, dish-
washer, refrigerator, custom glass cabi-
nets, recently carpeted throughout, set
up on your lot or mine. $6,500. Some
financing available. 850-893-9553 or
639-2728. 2tc 10/29
Affordable living with HUD approved,
Zone III pre-construction floor plans of
modular homes. J. W. Development,
647-8843 office, 647-3620 fax.
4tc 10/22


STEVE OUTBOARD
MARINE
229-BOAT

M FENCE & REPAIR
"All Kinds of Fences"
p Serving the Beaches with
25 years experience
For FBn Estimate
SCall 647-9233
250 Bay St.* Pora Si. Joe. FL 32456


STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
All Type Electrical Work
24 Hr. Service
UC iER01 3168 INSURED
647-8081
ALAN STRICKLAND



SMALL ENGINE

PARTS, BLADES,

ENGINES, REPAIRS
at Barfield's Lawn 8
Garden, 302-B Reid Ave.
229-2727
New & used mowers &
equipment.
SLtifc 7/30


PHIL'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS
REPAIR AND REMODELING
(850) 229-6460
SPhil Collier Residential Contractor
. 2c9/17 Licensed and Insured Lic- #RR-00671. 99



THE CABINET SHOPPE

JEFF POWELL, OWNER O\TR 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE
580 Palmerto Dr., Overstreet Phone 648-4088
Port St. Joe, FL 32456 tf 7/16 Fax 648-8752


Business and Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service

FRANK J. SE gi 'IT
Accounting and Income Tax Service
Telephone 509 Fourth St.
Office (850) 229-92922 0 Box 602
Home (850) 648-5919 Port St. Joe,' FL 32457



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


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


C. R. SMITH & SON, INC.
Excavating Land Clearing Fill Dirt Port-0-Let
Rentals Crushed Oyster Shells Mushroom
Compost and Sand
Complete Septic Service!


Installation Pump-Out Repair


(STEAM CLEANI227-NG
STEAM CLEANIN*4G-


1993 14x70 Fleetwood, 2 bdrm.. 2 ba,
Approved for Zone III, appliances plus
washer/dryer, like new. Single. original
owner. Callaway Park, $16,500. 871-'
1981. 4tc 10/15'





I. Louis Lindsey. will no longer be.
responsible for any debts acquired
other than my own. as of this date,
October 29. 1998. Itp


For pennies more, get the latest tech-
nology for active ingredient delivery in
liquid wormers. Ask BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN 229-2727 about
HAPPY JACK LIQUI-VICT. (www.hap-
p-Iacklnc.comn) 6tc 9/17






Townhome, Cape San Blas. Like new,
numerous improvements. security gate,
magnificent -iew of the gulf. Great
rental Investment. Must see. 850-227-
3351. tLfc 10/8


St. Joe Beach. 136 AtlanUtic St. 2 BR
Beach cottage with Florida room and
screened front porch in first block from
gulf, fenced yard, many extras.
FREE kittens and female spayed cat to $72,000. Crystal Sands Realty.
a good home. Call 227-3670. Itp tfc 10/1


'WEWA. 314 Lake Alice Park Dr., 2/3 BR
home, commercial possibilities, cen.
h/a, many extras. Owner financing, or
SHIP funding possible. $60,000. Crystal
Sands Realty. Inc. 648-4400. tfc 10/1
St. Joe Beach. 2 bedroom home with 4
large choice lots. chain link fence.
$185,000. Crystal Sands Realty. 648-
4400. tfc 10/1-
St. Joe Beach. Santa Anna St. Vacant
lot. 50x175', In first block from beach,
835,000. Crystal Sands Realty, 648-
4400. tfc 10/1


Will do house cleaning / light paint-
ing. Call 647-8049. 2tc 10/29


Did you know that animals taken to the
city or county pound/animal shelter are
exterminated after 7 days? tfc 10/1


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 10/1


.Alcoholics Anonymous, Surfside
Serenity Group, meets Mon., Thurs..
'Fri. at 7:30 p.m. CSTat the Ist United
Methodist Church. 22nd St., Mexlc6
Beach. Women's open AA meeting. 12
noon CST Thursdays.


O & Enterprises
BASIC LAWN CARE
We Manicure Your Lawn to Your
Specihcalions
850-647-5722, fax 647-3870,
Cell 850-227-6738 72

Circle S Refinishing
Repair Touchup or Complete
Refinishing. We do it ALL from
furniture to floor. Free Estimates
rhis area's most experienced refinishers
827-6828 ask for Dusty


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
Baltzel Ave. Phone 227-7229


MichaE
Fine


2025 Marvin Avenue

Saal l Port St. Joe, FL 32456
bl A License #RC0067081

Phone(8 50)

2 -2SYears Epe 229-6859-
.i.. fc 10/1



BROWARD DAVIS 8 ASSOC., INC.

Land Surveying and Engineering

Apalachicola Office:

48 Avenue D, Suite A

850-653-3900
Ai 10/1


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Retired fire capta
housecleaning a
work & landsca|
jobs. Ken or Ann.


EAM CLEANING STEAM CLEANING

CARPET CLEANING 4
BRII-

10 C

Odor Control 24 Hr. Water Damage z
Pet Stains Free-Estimates Z
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1o or 29Y-sYooe
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
Reduced to $180,000. Mexico Beach.
102 N. 36th St./ Beautiful 3 br, 2 ba.
home very tastefully done, many extras,
zoned general commercial. Crystal
Sands Realty, 648-4400. tfc. 10/1
St. Joe Beach. Large double wide
mobile home, fireplace, jacuzzi,
75'xl50' corner lot, fenced back yard,
with workshop. Reduced to $73,900
Crystal Sands Realty, 648-4400.
tfc 10/1

Lots for Sale: Port St. Joe. high and dry.
ready to build on. no fill needed. Corner
of Palm Blvd. and 19th Street on canal.
Call Phil 227-2112 or 229-8409.
tfc 10/1

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. tfc 10/1
A nice 3 bdrni., 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

Home for sale by owner: brick home. I
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.
tftc 0/1

Lot for sale: 145'xl50', high and dry
comer lots on Hayes Ave. & Pompano.
'Great investment. Call 229-8079.
tfe 10/15


246 Pompano St., Highland View.
Nice home on 2 lots. 3 large bedrooms.
ain and wife will do completely remodeled. \1ew of bay, no
nd decorating, yard down payment with SHIP program., low
ping and handyman monthly payments. Call Joan at Crystal
647-3233. 7tp 9/17 Sands Realty, Mexico Beach. 648-4400.
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* Pe%-ioenlol Custom Wood
- Corrm iciaol Inausiilol
SA R Fence
Fencing end concrete Work
o ln Flavscrnrr.an FiEE Esrr-or ,,li
in 93l 1I56J6. (850) 647-4047


STUCCO
by DeGraff
Affordable REAL
Stucco Work
Over 50 colors to choose from.
All Stucco-
No Styrofoam
Also specializing in:
Simulated Brick
Simulated Stone, n,
Quality Painting
Call Tim, "The
Stucco Man"
229-8588
Mobile # 227-5424


GULF \IEW Large mobile home lot in
restricted subdivision. High elevation.
paved streets, city water & chain link
fence on boundaries. Located on Auger
Ave. and Sunray Court. Beacon Hill.
$35,000. Call Parker Realty of Mexico
Beach., Inc., for further info. 850-648-
5777. ... tfc 10/1


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 lIring area, covered
deck, summer kitchen, 18'x36' in-ground
pool This home sius on 1 / 2 acre in a great
neighborhood. Very motivated to sell. MUST
SEEI By Appt. only 227-7535. Asking
$139,900.00.
Owner-Agent



1/2 acre lots on,

paved county road,
septic tanks, wells,
natural gas, ready
to move onto.
$16,000. Owner
financing with 10%
down. Call Billy
Carr, 227-2020,

647-3381.
Sifc 10/1


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






Wanted: Used washers and dryers. Call
229-8485, ask for Willard. 2tc 10/29
Want to Buy: Sterling silver pieces,
dresser sets and crystal jars with ster-
ling silver lids. 850-785-3098.
4tc 10/15


(9Prudential
v Resort Realty of
St. George Island


$500 for information leading to recovery
of 30 hp Nissan motor. Call Gary at
850-647-9295. Taken from St. Joseph
Bay, week of Sept. 25, 1998, serial
#34118. 2tp 10/22




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
ANGIE SNYDER
Petitioner,
vs. CASE NO 98-.33CA
GROVER C. MILtER, If living, and if dead,
then to his unknown heirs at law. legatees.
deiieei or granteez and LORENE T MILLER.
if lining. and if ded thein to he, unknown
heirs at lat legatees aesee- or g-anitee .
Respondents.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GROVER C. MILLER, if living, and if dead,
then to his unknown heirs at law, legatees,
deisee. or grantees, 'whose last known
address as
2419 McDanlelDrive Selma AL 36701
LORENE T. MILLER, If living, and if dead,
then to her unknown heirs at law. legatees,
devisees or grantees, whose last known
address was:
2419 McDaniel Dn, e SelmaAL 367r,1
RE: Lolu Number Seien 171 and Eight 161 of Block
"B", C. F. Hanlon Subdivision No.l, being a
subdivision of part of Fractional Section 36,
T1S, RIOW, according to the plat of said sub-
division on file in the office of the Clerk of
Circuit Court. Gulf County, Florida.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to
quid u'Je ir the ab.:.ae described property ha; been
filed agaJn;r you and you are required to verve a
copy ol" o ur nTltten deien. -,. u anv. to THOMAS
S GIBSON ol RISH e& GIBSON. P A PenUorer s
attorney, whose address Is 206 E. 4th Sreet. F 0
Box 39. Port St. Joe, FL 32457. on or before.
N.:,,ember 13, 1998, and file the original with the
Clerk ofl thi Coun. either bi-fore ,emille or.
Petitioner a a'rnemy or irrediaiely vitereater *or a
del'aulh ll be entered aairi.t you for the reef
"demr.,,ded in the complaint or peuur.n
WTNErsS mi hand and ej at oths Coourt on the
7th a-, of October. I 99
BENNY C LISTER
CIRCIirT COURT CLCRK
GULF COUNTY rFULRjDA
B1 ,n Tr.nia, Kno
Depuni Clerk
4[:. O.:t,.ber 15, 2., -3 ani. N-,.'ember 5. 1998
NOTICE OF ORDINANCE
The City of Wewahitchka propos .- to adopt
the iolk ....ir.g Ordinance
Ordinance No. 10-12-98
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO THE FRAN-
CHISEE THE PNON-EXCLUSlIV1 RIGHT TO
ERECT MAINTAIN AND OPERATE IN. UNDER
OVER ALONG. ACROSS THE STREETS
LANES AVENUES SIDEWA'.LKS. ALLEYS..
BRIDGES HIGHI'WAY, EASEMEP'rS DEDI-
CATED r"i COMIFATiBLE USES AND OTHER
PUBLIC PLACES IN THE 'ITY OOF
WEWA-ITC1HIA Ft. AND THE SUBSEQUENT
,ADDITIOrS THERETO. TOWERS. CABLES
.VAD ANCILLwRY FA' I.Tir FOR THE FPLR
POSE or CONSTRICTING OPERATING
MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING BROADBAND
TELE COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK. TRANS-
MISSION AID DISTRIBUTION BY CABLE
TELEVISION SIGNALS FOR A PERIOD OF FIF-
TEEN 1151 EARS REGULATiNG, THE SAME
AND PROVIDING FOR COMPENSATION OF
THE CITY
A public hearing on rthe Ordinance rill be
heli on No,ember 9 1998 at6 45 PM. Central
Tuine. at d-the City Hall In W N-,ahlchka FL
Thre Ordinance may be inspected by the pub-
lic at the City Hall in HI -at'hlichka and all inter-
ested parties may appear at the meeting ard be
heard iiLh re pect to the proposed Ordinance
3tc. October 22. 29 and November 5 1998. :
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9899-05
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
will receive sealed bids from any person, company
or corporation interested in contracting with the
County to provide quarterly tire disposal at Five
Points Landfill.
The bid should reflect the bid price in $/ton, fob
Five Points Landfill. Approximately 100 tons 'per
year are available for disposal, and special consid-
eration will be given to bidders who will remove the
tires from Five Points Landfill. Should' you have
any questions, call Joe Danford at 850-227-3696:
Delivery Date must be specified.
Please indicate on the envelope that this Is a
SEALED BID and include the BID NUMBER.
Bids will be received until 5:00 o'clock. P.M,
Eastern Time, on November 9 1998. at the Office
of the Clerk of the Circi lt Court, 1000 Cecil G.
Costin. Sr. Blvd. Room 14A. Pon St. Joe, Florida
32456 'Telephone 650-2.299-61121 r
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all
bids. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: TOMMY.KNOX. CHAIRMAN
2tc. October 22 and 29. 1998.
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9899-06
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
will receive sealed bids from any person, company
or corporation interested in contracting with the
County to provide quarterly white goods and metal
recycling at Five Points and Wetappo Landfills.
Complete bid specifications are on file in the Office
of the Clerk of Circuit Court. Should you have any
questions, call Joe Danford at 850-227-3696.
Delivery Date must be specifled.
Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
SEALED BID and include the BID NUMBER.
Bids will be received until 5:00 o'clock. P.M.,
Eastern Time, on November 9 1998 at the Office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1000 Cecil G.
Costin, Sr., Blvd., Room 148; Port St. Joe, Florida
32456 (Telephone: 850-229-6112).
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all
bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: TOMMY'KNOX CHAIRMAN
2tc., October 22 and 29. 1998.


St. George Island


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



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