<%BANNER%>
The star
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028419/03309
 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1999
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
lccn - sn 95047323
System ID: UF00028419:03309

Full Text





12/31/99
ARCHIVES BINDERY
1508 HWY 431-5
HLEFET'.'ILLE AL 2'05,


c USPS 518-880
SIXTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 36


." s.... ,. .

Sample Ballot for PSJ
City Election Study Page 4B

Delinquent Tax Rolls
See Pages 2-8C

Shark Track Team On The
Way T9 State Page 12A
All Four County Baseball
and Softball Teams In
Chase For State Titles
See Sports on Pages 10- 12A
Law Enforcement Reports
City & County on Page 8A
Obituaries Page 7A

131 PSJHS Students
Honored at Gold Card
Banquet Details on Page 3A

Citizens of Tomorrow
Photos on Page 1B


-r .S ,a:, ..






,.., :. The Star On Line at http:lwww.StarFL.com


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999


Voters Go To Polls Next Tuesday County


Commission Asking for Tax Exemption Authority Jury Gives
01 i A d i U*11.


Port St. Joe city commission- the polls next Tuesday. May 11 th. iis fifth term as city commission-
ers and residents should have a Voters will determine whether er or elect Dr. Jorge San Pedro to
1-1__ !- __ .n Al 1at-. ro p i comms-i-n- set.


lot on their minds as they go to


to re-elect Charles Tharpe to serve


Dr. Jorge San Pedro


nil mat Group I commission seat.
Also on the ballot, voters will
be given the opportunity to have a
major voice In shaping the future
of economic development in the
community, as they vote to accept
or reject giving commissioners the
authority to grant tax Incentives.
As 'Gulf County Chamber of
Commerce President David
VWaniner'put it, This is not a vote
provideve tax exemptions, but to
allow city commissioners to use
tax incentives as a potential tool
for industry and business recruit-
ment, development, and expan-
sion."
S"This is an issue that's Impor-
tant for the future of the citizens
I Port St. Joe and Gulf County as
.we seek to lure jobs to the area."
he said.
Port St. Joe city commission-
.ers, Gulf County commissioners.
.the Gulf County Chamber of
Commerce, and Gulf County's


State Comes Through "Big Ti e" With


Promised Financial Aid for Gulf County

Several Items of Need Have
Made Their Way Through Session "_


When State Representative
Bev Kilmer said. "I have heart for
Gulf County." and Enterprise
Florida came to town saying.
"We're here to help." then, State
Senator Pat Thomas said. "We'll
get started today." and even the
governor of the-State T-f-PtorTrU--
stood up pledging his help to Gullf
County, you had to feel like some-
thing good was about to happen.
A lot has happened as Gulf
Correctional Institute has com-
mitted to opening its annex, cre-
ating 250- new jobs for Gulf
County. and the state has been
most active in assisting Gulf
County as it has sought prospec-
tive businesses to locate within
the area and helped with various
other needs.
As the 1999 legislative ses-
sion ended last week, it became
most obvious that Gulf County's
economic woes were remembered.
In reports from both
Representative Kilmer's office and
Senator Thomas' office, several
items of need were identified as
having made their way through
the session.
A total of S 1.5 million for Gulf
. County ad valorem tax relief and
81.97 million for the Gulf County


School Board ad valorem tax relief
needs were the two big ticket
items. Both figures reflect a
replacement of ad valorem tax
revenue resulting from tifie
extended closure of Florida Coast
Paper Company,
..1-,'. .^.*.ajrj^^Sj Be-' --..------
Other items addressed in var-
ious bills included S300,000 to
complete the Gulf County admin-
istration building. S 100,000 for
courthouse improvements.
S500.000 for the Port Authority,
S500,000 for the new health
department building. $169.921 to
workforce development (training),
S45.000 for Gulf County adult
handicapped, and numerous
other economic relief fund possi-
bilities including an additional
S317.000 for the Gulf County
School Board.
Several items discussed-
Including ad valorem tax relief for

Port St. Joe-are not clear at this
time.
Representative Kilmer did
point out that among the mea-
sures passed was a bill to allow
Florida's governor to declare a
county an area of economic disas-
ter. This would allow the governor
the authority to tap into various
funds to assist counties, such as


State Representative Bev Kilmer, shown above at a recent meet-
ing in Gulf County, was instrumental in providing funding legislation.


Gulf. when they are faced with
economic crisis.
Representative Kilmer said
she would be spending time in her
district now that the legislative


session Is over. She is currently
drafting a full report on the leg-
islative session and how it
impacts her district and Gulf
County.


CDAMailing Letters to Coastal Property Owners
The Gulf County Coastal nized effort to challenge FEM-LA's Pass areas of Gulf County. said this week that the group was,
Development Association is wvast- proposed flood map changes to Ron Morro\w, president of the In the process of mailing out over
ing no time mounting an orga- the Cape San Bias and Indian Coastal Development Association. 1,000 letters to property owers .


Lease Near Closing for New City Marina Site


g ; City Attoiney Billy Joe Rish
updated commissioners on nego-
tiations with St. Joe Company to
finalize the company's lease pro-
posal for Port St. Joe's 199 slip


itarina complex.
Rish explained to lthI boai-d
that several changes have been
agreed to from the original docu-
ment-all in the best Interest of


the city., He has sent what he:.
hopes will be the final draft olfpro-.
posed' changes to the company
and as soon as St.' Joe Company
contacts him concerning those


Night view of the new marina lagoon taken from the bay. Shown as the centerpiece is the
ship's store 'and office complex of the operation.


changes, he suggested the board
call a workshop session to review
the contract.
After the board has reviewed
the contract, it will either
announce a special meeting to
vote on the lease contract, or wait
until the bodrd's May 18th regu-
lar meeting.
During a telephone Interview
with Chris HIne. Vice President of
Commercial/Industrial Develop-
ment, representing the St. Joe
Company, he said, "We hope to
sign the lease soon."
Just two months ago, Hine
presented city commissioners
with a proposal for St. Joe to lease
and operate the city marina com-
plex, after no bids were received
during the advertising process..
Along with several proposals
to improve the site, the St. Joe
Company also offered to pay over
$20,900 annually to the, city for
administrative costs, and to meet
the city payments for a $2.5 mil-
lion RDA construction loan.
Hine said St. Joe has put
itself in a position to be ready to
(See LEASE on Page 7)


e
I-


This Week
in the Impacted area to informh
them about FEMA's time schedule
arid to help focus property own-
ers' efforts.
It was aiinounced iti the April
22nd issued of The Star that
FEMA had granted a 60 day
extension to Gulf County before
its 90 day appeals Window opens
(April 14th) for property owners to
respond to the proposed flood,
map changes for Gulf Cotinty,
That's where the Coastal
Development Association comes
in-by cotinmunicating with prop-
erty owners information regarding
issues that affect their property
values: organizing collections of
contributions from meribers to
help defray the cost involved in
research; obtaining technical
data; and legal action, if warrant-
ed; and keeping members current
on ongoing matters that relate to
them.
The two matters currently
being addressed by the associa-
tion are FEMA's proposed flood
map changes and taking action to
have Gulf County removed from
Coastal Barrier Resource Act
(CBRA) designation.
Both issues stand to have a
major impact on property values
and developmerit in the Cape and
Indian Pass areas. FEMA's flood
map changes stand to have a
(See LETTERS on Page 3)


Economic Development Commit-
tee have fully endorsed and sup-
port ad valorem tax incentives as
a method to attract new jobs to
the area.
During Economic Develop-
ment Committee (EDC) meetings.
it has been noted that one of the
first questions a prospective busi-
ness asks is. "Do you have ad val-
orem tax Incentives?"
Gulf County Chamber of
Commerce Executive Director
Diane Scholz recently said the
Chamber of Commerce and EDC
plan to be actively involved in
helping the community see the
jobs benefits that can be achieved
through tax incentives.
The basic concept of tax
Incentives revolves around giving
ad valorem property tax reduc-
tions or exemptions to new or
expanding businesses that locate
within the taxing authority's
boundaries. If voters approve the
referendum, then city commis-
sioners would have the authority
to negotiate with those business-
es to, in essence, lure or entice
them Into locating within the city.
Commissioners would have
the leeway to grant partial or full
ad valorem tax relief. In many
cases, graduated taxing plans are
negotiated where taxes gradually
are Increased until the business
Is paying the full millage rate over
a several year period.
But, the real benefit to the tax
, incentives is that they are directly
related to the number of, and
quality of, Jobs created.
In other words, tax incentives
would be proportionate to jobs
created, and as more jobs are cre-
. ated, more taxes will be generated
from those employees and other
spir-off business created by the
'atiditional workforce.
Jr. Service League To Serve
As Poll Workers
According to Gulf County
Supervisor of Elections Cora Sue
Robinson, the Jr. Service League
has volunteered to serve as poll
workers for the May 11 election.
Robinson said the service
club offered to assist the city in
light of the city's economic condi-
tion. Robinson said her staff
would also be on hand to make
sure the balloting process goes
smoothly.
Voting will be done in the Port
St. Joe Fire Station, located on
Williams Avenue just behind City
Hall. The polls will be open froth 7
a.m. to 7 p.m., ET, and all regis-
tered voters within the city limits
of Port St. Joe will be eligible to
cast their ballots.
Robinson reminds all voters
that Florida law requires poll
workers to check the voter's iden-
tification before they can cast
their ballots.


1 9


. ..


i


m


I -


Damages

To Armstrong
Family For
Wrongful Death
A Gulf County jury awarded
the surviving children of Harold
Armstrong S2 million in compen-
satory damages last week in .a
wrongful death suit against Gulf
County,. but h it is still unclear
'/where the suit will go from here.
The case revolves around a
1994 accident at Gulf County's
Five Points Landfill, when 72 year
old Harold Armstrong died as a
result of injuries sustained when
landfill debris was pushed over
him by heavy equipment used to
maneuver the refuse pile. Gulf
County has denied responsibility
in the matter.
The jury's S2.007.184.92
award is the largest civil damages
ever awarded in Gulf County and
includes S250.000 each for eight
family members and S7.184.92
for medical and funeral expenses.
in a press release from the
law offices of VInce Bruner and
Associates. attorneys for the
Armstrong family, attorney Paul
Parker stated-
"We are very pleased that the
jury determined that Harold
Armstrong did nothing wrong and
did not cause his own death. We
were disappointed that the insur-
ance company for Gulf County
refused to try and settle this case,
because it was clear that the
defendant was solely responsible
for his death.
"We were left with no option
other than to go forward with the
trial. Even though it was emotion-
ally stressful for the family, they
were determined to vindicate their
father and hold Gulf County
responsible for his death."
Vince Bruner, attorney for the
Armstrong family, felt that the
lack of proper safety precautions
by the county was directly
responsible for Mr. Armstrong's
death. Mr. Bruner thought that
the jury's decision will never fully
compensate Mr. Armstrong's fam-
ily for their loss and portrayed Mr.
Armstrong as a loving, generous
father and friend.
Gulf County is being repre-
sented in the case by attorney
SFred Parker. Gulf County
Attorney Tim McFarland stated'
Tuesday that Parker had advised
him that he anticipated filing a
motion for a new trial in the case.
Gulf County has a
(See VERDICT on Page 3)


Still No Word

From TeleMed
Diane Scholz, Executive
Director of the Gulf County
Chamber of Commerce, reported
early this week that there was no
word yet from TeleMed on
whether the firm is going to com-
mit to locate in Gulf County.
Scholz said the process was
going well, but it takes time to
iron out all the intricate details of
a decision of this magnitude.
The Gulf County Commission
voted last week to offer TeleMed
the county's industrial park
building (located south of
Wewahitchka) lease free for the
first five years of occupancy, if the
company met its job growth pro-
jection of 250 jobs within three
years.
The firm's owner has stated
that 70 to 100 employees will be
hired when the company opens if
it decides to locate in Gulf
County.
Working with Gulf County's
Economic Development Commit-
tee, Scholz said over a $1 million
dollar incentives package has
been offered to TeleMed to entice
the firm to locate in Gulf,
She noted that Enterprise
Florida, the governor's office, Gulf
Coast Community College-Gulff
Franklin Center, federal agencies,
and other state agencies have
joined forces with Gulf Counity to
help put the package together.











. The tar

PGE TO THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999


Just Say No

GULF COUNTY HAS THE dubious honor of being in first place.
throughout the Panhandle among counties in their birth rates to
teenage, single mothers. That's a distinction we could well do
without.
The state board of health is disturbed about this statistic as
Mothers' Day draws nigh. It comes on the heels of a related
announcement released last week by the folks in Washington who'
keep up with such things. The Washington announcement;
declared that the teen pregnancy rate had dropped some 17 per-'
cent since 1973. It gave the reasons for doing so as more reliable,
contraception, fear of AIDS, a new focus on abstinence, and even
the strong economy.
But, here in Gulf County, it is another story in a different:
direction.
GULF HAS SOME DISTURBING figures to reveal, although, it,'
too, is experiencing a minute drop in teenage pregnancy. There
still remains a disturbing incidence of babies having babies and,
this is upsetting to groups related to the health department who)
are working to discourage such a practice.
For instance. During the year of 1998, there were 140 live'
,births recorded in Gulf County by the Department of Health. Of
these 140 births, 41 were listed as Illegitimate. Of the 41 illegiti-
mnate births, 34 occurred to mothers less than 18 years of age.
If that statistic isn't alarming enough, try this one on for size:'
Gulf is first in the Panhandle counties for unwed teenage mothers
and seventh in the state. We're up there among the leaders.
A COMMITTEE DESIGNED to discourage teen pregnancy has
been formed in Gulf County and is presently becoming active. Its
main thrust is to discourage teenagers experimenting around \with
sex. Ann Landers, in her newspaper column, says that it's almost
an impossibility to discourage teenagers currently sexually active
to change their attitude about remaining active. In other words,
it's an uphill battle to change teens' sexual habits once they
become active'.
It seems to us that the emphasis should be placed the same
place the drug war was aimed during the middle 80s. Nancy
Reagan, the wife of thern-president Ronald Reagan, received a lot
of notice for coining the phrase, "Just say NO." It might work a lit-'
tle better applied'to teenage sex than it did when applied to drug
use.


Hunting a Bargain

THE ACTION TAKEN BY THE county commission at their
meeting last week is akin to the type actions they will be allowed,
'to take under the tax reduction program the voters will be asked
to approve in November. The, county cut a deal 'with TeleMed,
offering them five years rent free, the use of their building recent-
ly completed for that purpose, at Dalkeith.
The county is offering the building for five years, rent free,;JF
the firm brings 250 new jobs to the-county- within three years'The
3 county is offering to be a benevolent' landlord, but' three.ared
.Atrings attached to the deal. Those-strings are substantial.in favor
of the county.
TAX INCENTIVES WOULD also have strings attached and
would be offered, based on the circumstances. TeleMed was first
offered three y-ears rent free: then the pot was sweetened to five
years IF the county got a little more in return.
The offer is called horse trading
It is exactly how, tax incentives work. In all likelihood nro two
firms would get the same deal. No two tax rate forgiveness would'
be the same. Some may.get it and others may not be deemed wor-
thy or necessary to receive incentives.
"We applaud the county commission for being flexible enough
to find a way to bargain with a firm which could do our county
good by locating here. ,.
The next firm may rot.need a building, or Gulf may not have
a building available for them, so this deal wouldn't always work.
A tax moratorium would work with and be effective to everyone.
The bottom line is that the courted firm saves money by locating
in counties which offer it an incentive, be it free building_ for a peri-
od of time, or tax forgiveness for a period of time. The commission
needs the ability to decide which it is to be.
Firms. like people, are hunting a bargain. It's up to us, to'be
able to provide one.


Hunker Down With Kes


by Kesley Colbert


Unconditional, Relentless, Everlasting....


Mothers care about you even
before they can hold you close.
They point with pride when you
kick Inside. And. oh. the travail to
get you here!
Mothers are strange creatures.
They start out from day one loving
you the absolute most a body can
love . and then they double
that each day.


Mothers have powers far' above
those of mortal men. They know
where it hurts without even having
to ask. They can pull the sticker
out and you don't feel a thing.
They can speak a soothing word
and make it "all better". They know
every one of your favorite foods
and they pray for you even when
you're not around.
Mothers never sit you too close
to the heater. If you're afraid'they'll
let you crawl up In bed with them.
They rub noses with you. They hug
you all the time . even Ip front
of your frierdsl
Mothers know where it Itches.
And what to do with the hole in


your britches. They warn you
about ghouls and witches and
stuff . and if you mess up
they're quick with the switches.
Mothers are big on church.
Easter and Christmas. They expect
you to sit straight. And chew slow-
ly. And say "yes ma'am" and "no
sir" even to grown ups you don't
like. They talk a lot about "best
behavior".... and when you dress
up their chests stick out.
Mothers smile more than they
frown. They sing while they are
bathing you. They sing when
they're rocking you to sleep. They
even sing when they're washing
dishes. They sing sometimes for no


Bi-irdsMomernftto


martktal


7, 5"' -P










.5-77;


reason at all ...
Mothers come both nights to
the third grade "Indians-meet-the-'
Pilgrims" class play.
Mothers make good chauf-
feurs. They always get you to the
game on time. They are not bad-
cheerleaders. Except when they-
get too loud. They know more than'
the coach .... and can see much:
better than any umpire that ever
walked!
Mothers will play pitch with
you if you can't find anybody else.
Mothers sit up all night when
your stomach hurts. They can rub
where the wasp stung and the pain
goes away. They can untangle kite
string. They know the rules for
Chinese checkers. They must not
have any favorite t.v. shows .,.
and their kitchen is never closed.
Mothers worry about things
like clean underwear. They're con-
stantly afraid someone is about to
look behind your ears. If you ask
politely, they'll let you have the
front seat. They always come up
with the money when it's really,
really important. If your Dad goes
ballistic over something stupid you
did. she'll intercede on your behalf.
Mothers care about you when
you're fourteen and rebel.
Mothers believe most anything
you tell them. They'll let you ride
on the back of Nicky Joe's
Cushman Eagle although it's
against their better judgment:
They don't knock your friends, but
they've got ways to let you know if
some'are questionable. They think
anything past nine thirty is too
late. And they're yelling "be care-
ful" even after you go out of sight.
Mothers love you when you
lose your way. They love you when
you forget to love back. Their
"porch light" never goes out. They
cling to the ancient proverb ...
... and when they are old. they
will not depart from it."
Mothers ponder deep into the
night. If you hurt their feelings,
they never let you; know..If you
break their heart; utheysuffer
idostly in -silence. One-kind word
or deed lifts them up for weeks.
They'don't .go around with one. fin-
ger ii the air, but you don't need a
national poll to figure out,,.who
ranks idn her soul. And I've never
seen a mother eat the last piece of
apple pie.
Mothers can get your 'shirt
ready in a second if it's an impor-
tant date. "Handsoifie" and "pret-
ty" roll often off'heIl 'tongue. They
are especially nice when you bring
a "special friend" home. They can't
operate the camera worth a hoot-
but 'they've just got' to get "one
riore", of the tux -ad the prom
dress.: '
Mothers seem so stoic when
the time comes,; or you to go qff
from home. They hug you quickly,
then think 'of sdifiethihg.'on the
stove". They smarten up a mfte
When, you 'get out fther' on your
own. They ar klw.ays home when
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)


Redneck Wedding Ceremony DepartsFrom the Norm Just a Tad


THIS BEGINS THE season of
the year when the greater per-
centage of the weddings take
place;. The park; in front of my
home, has already been the set-
ting for two or three of the nup-
tials ,so far this year and i sched-
uled for several more. It's a popu-
lar setting for weddings.,
Th' weddings which are per-
formed these days have a better
than even chance of ending up in
the divorce courts. Of course, the
opposite is also.true,; almost half
of them will be binding and ever-
lasting. That's what they all start
out to be, but with times like they
are today, both parties of the
young duo has to work to make
ends meet and the partnership
doesn't work out too smoothly
sometimes.
But maybe a recent story in
the area newspapers has the
answer to. these quickie mar-
riages and even quicker divorces.

THERE IS AN :alternative to


your usual style of wedding which
just might be the answer.
It's called a "redneck" wed-
ding ceremony.
Cecil "Spanky" 'B'ryant and
Jamie Smith tried out this new
style ceremony recently, over
near Ebro. We'll all have to wait
for a few years to see if this type
ceremony will be one with real
binding power, or if it is just
another way to say "I do" tem-
porarily.
From what I know about the
ceremony, the bride was.' suffi-
ciently warned of the groom's
slothful habits before the final,
pronouncement of betrothal .was


ETAOIN SHRDLU


S .by Wesley Ramsey


announced. She was asked. "Do
you take him to be the only
thing?" Then she was advised, "I
mean his dirty underwear gonna
be lying all over the floor, toilet
seats left up. toothpaste ain't
gonna be covered up. It's gonna
come near driving' you crazy! You
understand that?"
Well. how much warning can
you give a young bride, in order to
condition her for things to come?

ONE THING I didn't read was
adverse advice to the groom.
Brides have untasteful ideosyn-
cracies too, you'knpw.
..For instance what did the


notary public! .[N.P.' Natalie
Radzwioni performed. the off, beat
ceremony] have to-'say about- the.
'wash hanging on the shower cur-
tain rod to:dry?
Nothing! :
What did she say about the
groom, coming home to ,a cold
, bologna sandwich for supper,
after a hard, day at work?.
Nothing! '
What ,did she have to say-,
'about not ever having a clean
shirt ironed to put on every morn-
Ing?
Nothing! '
All of these things happen
with disturbing regularity, plac-,
Ing a tremendous strain on even a
redneck wedding.
I admit the redneck ceremony
puts a different spin on the,noose
that binds, but even .this typpe
knot tying Is not without 'its
'shortcomings or failures.

THE COUPLE /are said to
have .repeated their vows while


standiiig ohn the front 'stoop'of a
mobile home. I can see it now.
'They are standing on the second
step from the bottom on a-pair of
steel fold-up steps, with the' door
open to catch the breeze.
Everything isn't too sturdy,
what with the need to get. mobile
in a short while and thus maitn-
tain.the name mobile home in its
truest senise.'There's no shrubs
growing about the door and no
porch from which' to hang 'a
swing, thus giving a little sense of
permanence to the setting.
Afteri- the wedding, they are
said to have set on the tool boxin
the bed of a pick-up truck to
begin their wedding trip to the
Ebro motel, where they will spend
'the fli-st' night' of their honey-
moon.

WHAT A SETTING! Can't you
just. imagine the background
music [noise] of a loudspeaker
announcement ticking off the
attributes of various greyhounds


entereded in .the dog races? How
romantic can you get? ,
The attendants at the wed-
ding tossed handfuls of grits, at
thp nuptial couple, instead of
rice, Several years ago, some rad-
,icals at weddings began ,,to toss
,bi-dseed in place of rice, since the
rice swelled .up in the' craws of
.birds which usually come scav-
enging following a wedding.
But, grits?, ;
I'll grant you It seems like an
awful waste of good grits, to use
them in such a manner, but wort't
grits swell up In a bird's craw,
too?'; .
The birds willl' be forced to
hunt harder to find the individual
grit grains in, order to get his fill of
the aftermath, of that "redneck"
wedding..
The article didn't say whether
or not the by-standers occupied
themselves playing tricks on the
couple's mode of transportation,
after the ceremony. It IS the cus-
tom, you know.


-THE STAR-
USPHS 51880


Published Every Thursday at 304-308 Williams Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
by The Star Publishing Company of Port St. Joe, Inc.
Second Clos; Postdg6 Paid at, Fc. ii' Je. FL ""
Wesley R. Ramsey '. Editor & Publiher, President.
William, H. Ramsey ., . ... .Vice President
Frenchie Ramsey . Treasurer, Office Manager
Shirley Ramsey .. Graphic Design/Bookkeeper


'Postmaster:
Send Address Change to:
THE STAR
Post Office Box 308
Port St. Joe, FL 32457-03081
Phone (850) 227-2.78
SECOND CLASS POSTAGE
PAIb AT PORT ST. JOE, FL 32457
WEEKLY PUBLISHING


SUBSCRIPTIONS.,IVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY $15 00 IN COUNTY $10.00 SIX-MONTHS
OUT OF COUNTY $20.00 YEAR OUT OF COUNTY $15.00 SIX MONTHS
TO ALL ADVERTISERS In case of error or omissions in advertisements
the publishers do not hold themselves liable for, damage further than
amount received for such ddlvertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention;'the printed
word is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word'barely
asserts; the printed, word thoroughly convinces. The
. spoken word is lost:'the printed word remains. .


0f
1'


St. 'Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Time Ht.
May 7 1:16 a.m. L -0.1 3:07 p.m. H 1.4,
May 8 2:01 a.m. L. 0.0 3:57 p.m. H 1.3
May 9 2:40a.m.L 0.0 4:54 p.m. H 1.1
May 10 3:08 a.m. L 0.2 6:10 p.m. H' 0'.9
S^.' 'May 11 "' 3:17 a.m. L 0.4 11:36 a.m. H 0.8"
4:12 p.m. L 0.7 8A4 p.rn. H 0.7
May 12 2:42 a.m. L 0.6 10:13 a.m. H 0.9
5:57 p.m. L 0.4
May 13. 9:58 a.m. H 1.1 7:03 p.m. L 0.1


3 I ~-"L1"-"IQIIIPIIIIIIIll*IIIIII1Ll II~III~II ~ c...~~.~..llll-lL~. L~-e I


___ _


V





\


<#


4t4"
FLORiOA
CONSTITUTION


O~B~s~~~,


-.61 jjj ( 'A












THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999 'rAGE


131 PSJHS Students Honored With Presentation At Gold Car


With an admonition from
Superintendent Jerry Kelley that
"You parents are doing the right
thing by encouraging your chil-
dren" to excell in school, 131 stu-
dents from Port St. Joe Sr. High
School were given Gold Card
Awards Monday night. At a ban-
quet held for honors students, a
full dining room attested to the
support the students are receiv-
ing.
The students and their guests
enjoyed a meal of pork tender-
loins with all the trimmings,
catered by Paul Gant. ,
Principal, Chris Earley wel-


comed the students, parents
teachers and program sponsors to
the annual affair, which was held
in the high school commons area.
Billy Dixson pronounced the Invo-
, cation and Assistant
Superintendent Temple Watson
introduced the guest speaker,
Paula Lovett Waller.
Ms. Waller is presently direc-
tor of PAEC, a consortium of,
Panhandle schools formed to
administer programs such as
purchasing insurance, supplies,
managing retirement programs
for teachers, writing grants, help:
ing with federal requirements for


special subjects offered and spe-
cial teaching programs such as
operating a television station for
member schools.
The speaker began her.
address by remarking, '!Not all
lessons are learned in a formal
classroom" and proceeded to list
the importance of the learning
experience gained from the.
process of growing up, work and"
following the lead of role models
such as parents.
"No one can take that desire
to improve yourself from you," she'
said, while delivering her self-
defined "pep talk," to the honor


Paula Waller addresses those attending the Gold Card Club banquet at Port St. Joe High School
Monday evening. Shown from left are Deanne Wilder, Tim Wilder. Sharon Watson, Temple Watson, Pam
Lawrence and Charlotte Pierce.,


Letters
,major impact bn the area because
of CBRA designation by the U.S.
'Fish and Wildlife Service back in
1982.
Areas in the CBRA can't buy
low cost government-backed flood
insurance. So, if FEMA's new
!flbod map changes go into effect,
thnm iriuch of, the, Cape will fall

Meeting of St. Joe
Bay Committee


A meeting of the St. Joe Bay
Committee will be held on
iThtrsday. May 13 at 9:00 a.m.
(eastern time) at the City of Port
St. Joe Fire Station meeting room
(behind City Hall).
r'u' This meeting will feature an
update. on the St. Joseph Bay
Buffer Project by Roy Ogles of the
Apalachicola National Estuarine
,1-Research Reserve. and a presen-
tation by Loma Patrick of the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Services, enti-
fi~ed "Endangered Species of the
SFlorida Panhandle".
,. All ,interested ,persons, are
,inyted to attend this meeting. For
more information, please contact
..Dr..Robert King at (8501 227- 1812
or 1-800-326-7948.



Kesley...

S(From Page 2)
you call' they're always there
by the phone .'.
1'""'Mothers seem' to enjoy the
-wedding. 'Thei c'an "lose a son" or
'"gain a daughtere" with equal
aplomb. But, don't you know the
emotions flow ...'. who's going to
!.ilderstand "her little one"'like she
) 'd'does?-Who can serve the platejust
so? 'And who -can kiss the hurt
away? -
Mothers are there for 'the first
I grandson. They'want to see if he
'-looks like you. And maybe remem-
Sber a, kick or two. ...
'> Mothers shine as never before
.... when you start to spend some
Sleepless nights of your' own.
'Mothers. age gracefully. They
pour over old memories. They hold
"little pictures" most dear. They
talk a mite about yesteryear. They
cherish.
:Mothers care about 'you even
'irhen you're old and gray. They
speak your name with pride to
friends. They recall some 'note you
wrote. And they still hang pretty
close to the phone you knoiw-this
,.might be the hour they're needed!,
Mothers' eyes are, '-immer now
Ij; '. but their hearts are bigger
grown, And as much as you care
g and want to show 'em--they're
hard to pay back and you can't out
I give them ....
i Mothers don't keep score.
And they don't quit, Mothers
never quit.'
I'm Living Proof,
S No. 2 Son


(From Page 1)
under a higher flood probability
zone. This would result in
extremely high insurance rates (if
feasible at all) from private carn-
ers.
Add to that the fact that most
banks will either not make loans
in the, area, or\ill assligW`'ai hh-
Ser risk to-the property resulting in
*higher interest rates. "
The end result of all of this
could mean lower property val-
ues, future development could be
negatively impacted, and a subse-
quent slow down in one of the
fastest growing ad valorem taxing
bases in Gulf County.
Gulf County commissioners
have taken these actions very
seriously. County Commissioner
Warren Yeager has been instru-
mental in helping to organize the
campaign to counter FEMA's
actions.
Property owners and Gulf
County will be working together to
file an appeal to FEMA's recom-
mendations during the next few
months.
One item that has been point-
-ed out is technical data must,
accompany the letters of appeal.
All appeal Information must be
turned in to Gulf County which
will be filing the protest on behalf
of property owners.
The association Wyill also be,
making an appeal to the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Sernice to have the
Cape and Indian ,Pass removed
from CBRA designation..*.
As Morri-ow pointed out, "If we
are somewhat successful with
either issue. it would take care of
some of our problems."


_ RALPH
' CERTIFIED


students. She recognized several
adults who had had an important
role in her "education" such as
her first employer, her teachers,
her parents and other friends and
relatives.
"During this time of transition
in your life, select a model to pat-
tern your life by, set yourself a
goal and aim toward it with every,
Section," she advised.
Charlotte Pierce explained
what the Gold Card program was
about, which is a method of
rewarding students who achieve
academically by making them eli-
gible for cash awards toward their
college education. She advised
that there is approximately
$20,000 available this year to
assist students with their college
expenses.
The awards for accomplish-
ment were presented by Pamr
Lawrence and Charlotte Pierce to
the following students:
The following students have
,received a 4.0 GPA (grade point
average), which is the highest one
can attain. They received a plaque
and certificate commemorating
their dedication and achievement.
_, Ninth grade students honored
included: Lisa Curry: John
Patrick Floyd; Maclain Howse;,
Carla Money: Brittany Reeves;
and Heldi Wells.
Tenth grade students hon-
'ored were: Bonnie Bellh;: Jennifer-
Craig; Angela McDowell; and
Karissa Thomas.
Eleventh grade students hon-
ored included: Erica Alles: Alicia
Christie; Lakeythia Filmore; Lacey
Johnson; Felix Machts; Amanda
Marquardt; Brett Parker; Rachel
Perrin; Rocky Salzer; Clay
Smallwood; Nicole Smith; Jessica.
Summers; and Lea Todd.
Twelfth grade students hon-
ored were: Aaron Bearden;
Rebekah Cope; Jim Faison;,
Meredith Godfrey; Rikki Leigh
Johnson; Rachel McCroan;
Krystal Tharpe; Donna Thomas;


Rural Development Verdict
Seminar on Tuesday (From Page 1)
S a r e 81,000,000 insurance policy with
U.S.D.A. Rural Development ,Titian Indemnity Company to
will provide a seminar to cover such liability claims, but
community leaders on Tuesday, the State of Florida has a
May 11 th. at 1:30 p.m. at the Gulf ".o S200,000 sovereign immunity cap
County Commissioners' meeting on such judgements. The only
room at the Gulf County way additional claims (beyond the
Courthouse ,. ..,.. ,,,. ,,a-S200,001 can be awarded would
..-.. Rlral.Development-...wlbr.ingbg through. a .special. claims bill
'a team of experts on various'pro- "be ng passed by the Florida
."grams' and 'furirin'g assistance legislature.
that could be beneficial to Gulf It will probably be several
County. For more information call more months before the final out-
the 'Gulf County Chamber of ; come of the jury's verdict will
Commerce at 227-1223/2151. become clear.
MsIE ,, ,nirip


Americans Month" -
This nation is indebted to its ,
senior citizens for their hard work
and sacrifices. To honor the A
senior citizens in Gulf County. a
county-wide picnic will be held on
Wednesday, May 12th at Lake
Alice Park in Wewahitchka. and
will be from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00
p.m.
There will be 'games, gospel
singing, fishing tournaments. etc..
this picnic is for people 60 and
over and their spouses, and is free
to them. Please call 229-8466, if
you plan to attend.

Beaches Lions' Club.

Needs Your Help
The Beaches LionsT Club will
meet on Thursday. May 6. at the
Fish House Restaurant in Mexico
Beach at 11:30 a.m. CT. New -
' members are needed to support
the club'sf community projects
that assist in., providing projects
such as eye care and hearing.ser- !-
vices for local needy individuals.


C. ROBERSON
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT


Announces the Relocation of

S, His Office to:

214 Seventh Street

Port St. Joe

S. 0.


Open House Celebration

May 11, 4.:30 6.30 p.m.


Phone:
Fax:


850/227-3838
850/227-2509,


MEMBER
Florida Institute of CPA's
American' Institute- of CPA's


and Lindsay Williams.
Students who received a 3.5
to 3.9 GPA were honored as well
at the banquet and received a
plaque and certificate. The follow-
ing are students with a 3.5 to 3.9
GPA.
Ninth grade students honored
included: Shannon Allen; Mary
Amerson; Ashley Bryan; Joshua
Carter; Wesley: Garrett; Kimberly
Pickett; Jerry Piergiovanni; Joe
Robinson; and Joanna Watkins.
Tenth grade students hon-
ored were: Ben Ashcraft;
Stephanie Blackmon; Alicia
Carter; Seneca Chambers; Nick
Comforter; Heather Hayden;
Tremaine Lewis; Lindsay Lyle;
Susan Medina; Sarah Mize;
Jessica Pate; Jennifer Patterson:'
Andy Shoaf; Jerrod Wester; and
Leslie White.
Eleventh grade students hon-
ored included: Kylene Butler;
Jennifer Douds; Kerstin Frank;
Ricky Lamberson; Lennoh Thiel;
Brandon Davis: and John
Gainous.
Twelfth grade students hon-
ored were: Jenny Brock;,. James
Daniels; Heather Fox: April
Goodwin: Rachel Harris: Katie
Kilbourn; Jerry Martin; Meredith
McNeill; Wendv Sander:; Matt
Terry; and Kiki Williams. .
The.' following students


d Banquet
received at least two gold car ; in
the past three grading periods.
Ninth grade students honored
included: Corey Butler; Santiel
Chambers: Matthew Daily; Robert
Dykes: Rachel Geoghagan;
Stephanie Gibson; Melanie Jones;
David Matthews; Amanda
Matthews; Ken Peak; Anna Kate
Reynolds; Tanashia Rouse; Tikila
Walker; and Crystal Watkins.
Tenth grade students hon-
ored were: Chad Bailey; Mary
Beck; James Capps; Amber
Daniels; Evette Gant; Greg
Garland; T.J. Hightower; Princess
Likely; Lamar Patterson; Jessica
Seymour; Ken Starnes; Hamp
Terry; Joshua Todd; Amy .Voltz;
and Travis Wright.
Eleventh grade students hon-
ored included: Marquez Byrd;
Kim Hodges; Brett Jeffcoat;
Candice Kennedy; Tyler Lane;
Julie Lanford; Sharon Mamoran;,
Craig .Phillips;' Lisa Rowan; Alicia
Sanders; 'Ashley Stephens; Ryan
Stephens; Rachel Watson; and
Rod Givens.
'Twelfth grade students hon-
ored were: Melissa Ash: Jennifer
Butler: Anna Duren; Tracey
Fitzgerald; Dalia Hamilton; Tim
Hayes; Jessica Hill; Lynd'sy
Kilpatrick; Melissa King;-: Malt
McCranev; Andrew O'Barr: Shaun
Phelps: / Daniel Raffield; .and
Sabrina Stomp.


Thank you for your past support and I now ask for your continued sup-
port to continue the programs that I have started over the past eight
years. I feel that the Board of City Commissioners have accomplished
several things of importance:
* repaving of city streets
* repairs to sewer laterals .
* water and sewer for all of Ward Ridge area, including the college
* served on area and reiion.fl committees working on stabilizing our
economy- .
P working towards new jobs and an,industrial complex-
working on retaining jobs at the papermill and Arizona Chemical
P containing spending to keep .taxes from increasing
extending sewer and water lines into coastal areas to increase rey-
enues for wastewater treatment plant
clean up and fix up projects and other beautification projects to
make our area more,pleasing to new businesses and to you the voter
Please vote for me for
eight years of service continued trust
teamwork qualifications
experience

-RE-ELECT -


-CHARLES


THARPE G

City Commissioner, Group I


.99."


343 3"9 .20%/ OFF
2-way
50% OFF personal radio
,-_', "_H9For iki, capin or even
'., .. Cordless phone ee t eijo a
With digital answerer great outdoors with a friend.
2" (- Y 'ou re frp Ie to qet aWav v' ihui f,,,,.ig Cali ri- reg.l49.99,t1803r ,l
Reliable digilal yslem mean' ther'-e ii r ,ape H'difreehalse .
l to rewinc. h 4 ,er.r .-,) ; ". 0 gg
C, -


: 5999

+40% OFF
900MHz long-range
cordless phone
You'll be free to make crystal-dear calls-
even outside your house reg. 99.99, #43-1089
Hands-free headset.
.#43-95.19.99





4999 Sprint
- _- 29% OFF
Digital answerer
)) ." Feel free to add the convenience of a
< full-featured digital answerer to your
existing phone.
reg. 69.99,. #3-5812


500/0 OFF
4-in- i remote in
control with
lighted keypad
Why should dad have all the fun
Set mom free to watch whatever she
likes. Controls TV, cable box, VCR
and aux. Add 4 "AAA' batteries.
0eg. 29.99, P15-191t



1999
430/0 OFF
Mini entertainment
system-complete with
speakers & headphones
Ca'y this along and let your favorite music
set you f,ee. reg. 34.99. 14-1237


499
50/o OFF
Large display
calculator
You're free to guess or 'isk math
eiro's if you like, but isn't this
compact calculator a bette' idea?
Brushed go!d finish.'
reg. 9.99, 0.5-0921


Owned and operated by : 4 '
J. C. ENTERPRISES
Authorized Sales Center o ..
227-9414 202 Rid Ave. Port St. Jo. RadioShack
Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9-6; Satohurday, 9-5 ,
A RadioShacke Dealer You've got questions. We've got answers?

Sale prices good through 5129199. Prices apply at part cipating RadioShack stores and dealers. Items not available at a participating store can be special-ordered (subject to availability) at the advertised price.
A participating store will offer a comparable value if tFe product is sold out. Independent RadioShack dealers and franchisees may not be participating in this ad or stock or special-order every item advertised.


I


I


I I









PAGE 4A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999


Being a Mother Is a Labor of Love


Piecemaker Quilt Club Will Meet

Thursday at St. James Episcopal


By: Mark W. Merrill
If being a mother is a labor of
love, then being a single mother
requires double the labor and
double the love. Without a father
around, single mothers have to
give twice the hugs, twice the
affection, and twice the attention,
with half the time, half the energy
and often, half the resources.
Just about everyone knows a
single mom. The .U.S. Census
Bureau says almost a third of all
,U.S. children are being raised in a
single-parent home headed by a
woman. But do we ever look
beyond the statistics and think
about 'what it really takes to par-
ent without a partner?
Some of the highest hurdles a
single, mom faces are financial,
the day-to-day challenges of
meeting basic needs. Only half
the mothers due child support get
the full amount: 25 percent get
riothing at all. Therefore it's not
surprising that almost 50 percent
of single moms and children live
in. poverty, compared to eight per-
cent of families with a married

Adoption Prep Classes
Sponsored By MAPP
MAPP (model approach to
partnership parenting) is holding
an adoptive parent training orien-
tation. It all begins on Tuesday,
May 11, from 11:30 until 1:00
p.m. at the Long Avenue Baptist
Church, located on 1601 Long
Avenue in Port St. Joe. ,'
MAPP training is a 30 hour
course to prepare families for
either foster parenting or adop-
tion of special needs children.
This orientation is to determine
your interest in beginning the
training; scheduling the dates;
and going over the curriculum.
Florida Baptist Children's Homes
will have packets prepared with
all MAPP materials, so please let
them know if you can attend.
Jennifer Keith and Jackie
Barksdale are the co-trainers.
They can be, reached in
'Tallahassee at (850) 878-1458.


mom and dad.
And whatever your opinion of
single motherhood, most women
who are single parents probably
didn't set out with that as a goal.
Divorce accounts for 46 percent of
all single parent households,
unwed mothers 25 percent, mari-
tal separation 21 percent, and
death of a spouse seven percent.
But-no matter why a mother is on
her own, we need to encourage
these women and the 14 million
children living in their homes.
We should all consider how
we can make the day in and day
out job of single parenting easier.
If a single mother also works out-
side the home, her mom duties
resume as soon as she walks in
her front door. Want to see her
face light up? Fix dinner for her
family and have it ready when she
arrives.
Childcare demands are also
tougher when it's only mom doing
the picking upl and dropping off
for ballet, baseball, or band prac-
tice. Find out who the single

Cataract Info Offered
By A.A.R.P. Chapter
The St. Joseph Bay Chapter
of A.A.RP. will meet at the Stiles
Brown Senior, Center on
Wednesday, May 12th, at 12.30
p.m.
Following the chapter's newly
established exercise program and ,,
refreshment break, there %will be a
presentation by Joyce Clark of Dr.',
Lee Mullis' office on the subject of
glaucoma, and cataracts at about
1.30 p.m.'
Dr. Mullis offers his no stitch
cataract procedure at no charge
to seniors who could not other-
wise afford this treatment. This
service will be of interest to many
seniors. and the presentation will
be open to the general public.
membership of AARP is not'
.required. '
Chapter members are asked
to. bring a dessert for the refresh-
ment buffet.


NT IQUES OLLCCTABLCE

412L monurii ft Ic. 7-345

SCALLOu 1AAy INI
THE IOCrlT TUHEATuE ANTIOUIE r LAEL UIALCONY



Let Curves'

30 minute fitness

get you ready for

the beach this year.


SUMMER SPECIAL- -
Sign up and first month '
dues only $50.00 (
thru May


Curves,
-. for women
"30 minute fitness & wt. loss centers"

212 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe 227-9545


I





I'd
V~A Ill


moms are among your children's
circle of friends, and see if you
can take some of their taxi duty.
Perhaps you can help a single
mom by mowing her yard, run-
ning an errand for her, or washing
her car. You can even get your
own children involved. In the
process, they'll learn lessons in
kindness, hospitality, and giving.
If you really want to make her
day, offer to watch her kids while
she spends an evening with a
friend or relaxing day at the park,
or beach. It's tough being a single
mother and not always easy to


Krystal Tharpe

Tharpe Awarded'
$500 Scholarship
Beta Beta Chapter of Delta
Kappa Gamma Society Inter-
national has announced that ;..
Krystal Kim Tharpe. of Port St Joe
High School. has been selected to
be the recipient of their S500
.scholarship.
Miss Tharpe. daughter of
Chuck and Kim Tharpe. plans to
attend Gulf Coast Community
College and the University of West
Florida, majoring in exceptional
student education.
Thle scholarship honors one
student who has expressed a
desire to become a teacher, and
who displays high academic per-.
formance as well as leadership
qualities.,,, .,, ,: .,, ,




Summer Program At
Faith Christian School
Faith Christian School will
begin a new summer program for
children ages three to five in addi-
tion to the usual summer school
offered to students in kinder-'
:garten through grade four.
The younger children will be
using a new summer curriculum
produced by A. Beka Books, a
ministry of Pensacola Chris'ian
College. Weekly units will center
on subjects such as colors, the
farm, little things, children of the
world, pets and sea. Incorporated
into these units will be activities
for developing language and lis-
tening skills, letters and sounds.
numbers; stories, learning games
and Bible time. '-Each child will
have "his own copy of Summer
Fun with Amber Lamb, which is
an arts and crafts book. "
If your child is age three to
five, there is a place for him or her
in this early childhood summer
program. Weekly prices are 855
for the full day which begins at
8:00 a.m. and lasts until 5:00;
p.m.", or $45 for 8:00 a.m. until
3:00 p.m., and $35 for eight to,
twelve in the morning. A teacher,
will be on hand at 7:30 each
morning and until 5:15 in the
afternoon. There :is a $40 supply
and snack fee when registering.
Morning and afternoon snacks,
will be provided, but lunch will be"
the responsibility of the, parent; ^
This program will begin June'
1 and continue through July 30.
If yoti have additional questions
please call the office at 229-6707.

Children's Banquet
The New Bethel Baptist,
Church is sponsoring its annual,
Children's Banquet, for young
people ages nine through 12
years, on Saturday, May 8th. All,
children are invited to attend this'
event.

BUTTERFLY & HUMMINGBIRD LOVERS
Variety of easy to grow plants, $1.99 up.
Fla. King Peach Methley and Gold Plum, $5.99.
FRUIT TREES-apple, pear, fig, grape, pome-
granate, Japanese persimmon, blueberry,
pecan, chinkapen, mulberry, mayhaw, papaya,
fruiting pineapple, banana.. COLD TOLERANT
CITRUS-satsuma,. orange, kumquat, etc.
Hibiscus, oleander, native honeysucker, azalea,
bougainvillea, antique roses, angel trumpets, 6
colors, palms, Louisiana ins, crepe myrtle,
daylily, bottle brush, Ig. selection SALT
TOLERANT PLANTS.
D1- .' p- w r. r-


ask for help.
So on this Mother's Day,
think about the challenging ways
that single moms' lives are differ-
ent from other mothers'. Then
think how they are the same. All
mothers have hopes and dreams
for their children, but single
mothers have to do their hoping
and dreaming alone.
Mark W. Merrill is the president
of Family First, an independent
research and communications orga-
nization dedicated to strengthening
the family.


Mentoring Coalition
Annual Meeting Today
On Thursday, May. 6th.
District 2 MentorLng Coalition's
annual meeting will be held at the
W. T. Neal Ci\ic Center, in
Blountstown. at 9:00 a.m., (CT).
This meeting is open to anyone
interested in mentoring youth.
The Mentoring Coalition pro-
.%ides a forum for information
'sharing, networking, and collabo-
rating among agencies, organiza-
tions and individuals working
with youth. .
The program will have a moti-
vational speaker and refresh-
ments will be served. If you have
any questions, please contact
Inzlea Smith-McGlockton at (850)
,487-4251.




-,,& :: ; ,


'I


Kimberly Burkert


Achievement Academy'
Recognizes Local Youth
The United; States Achiev-
ement Academy announced today
that Kimberly Burkert from Port
St. Joe has-been named a United
States National Award Winner in
academics. This award is a presti-
gious honor very few students can
ever hope to attain. In fact, the
Academy recognizes fewer than
10% of all American high school
students.
Kimberly, who attends Port
St. Joe Middle School, was nomi-
nated for this national award by
Ms. Williams. a teacher at the
school. Kimberlv will appear in
the United States Achievement
Academy'Official Yearbook, which
is published nationally.
Kimberly is the daughter of
Ken and Pat Burkert of Port St.
Joe. Her grandmother is Inella
Granger of-Port St. Joe." ,


GIANT YARD SALE,
Saturday, May 8, 8 a.m. -
noon. 529 Cecil Costin Blvd.
(Wewa State Bank
parking lot)


The Panhandle Piecemaker
Quilt Club will meet Thursday,
May 13, at 7:00 p.m. at the St.
James' Episcopal Church located
at 800 22nd Street, Port St. Joe.
Incoming officers Kathryn Parker,
serving again as President; Carol
Utzinger, Vice President; and
Jackie Huft, serving again as
Secretary-Treasurer, will be
installed. Susie Pippin is the out-
going vice-president.
There will be a "Salad
Supper" and members are asked
to bring their favorite salad.
Guests will be warmly welcomed.
Also, Sit'N'Stitch will meet on May

UWF Graduate
The University of West Florida
has announced that Jeremy
Pridgeon. of Wewahitchka, has
completed requirements for a
Bachelor's Degree during the
spring semester..


27, at 7 p.m.


rI44 9 fA. evdt 227-1155
404 .my M. Pit St. 5ee


Interiors Etcetera
505 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe Phone 229-6054


BEANIE BABIES






We Have A Wonderful Selection of Numerous:

Gift Items that Would Please Mom!

Please Come See Us!
HOURS: Tiies. Sat., 10:00 6:00::.














Por ide d


Trading


,COmj 'ani -



Remember Mother's Day this Sunday!
Mom would love to receive one of our

*Unique Gift Items


*Home Decor *Antiques

Come check out our large selection!!

Open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. -5 p.m.


328 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe


ixRemcmer e' We Have A Great
Om On ) .
r n Selection of Items
O ,, That Your Mom Will

Love! Come Check
Our Selection

May 9th



* Photo Purses Birthstone Babies Balloons

Candles Fragrant Soaps

Novelty Items


FREE Gift VEILS & TAILS
I f I


Wrap with

Purchase


229-9277 204 MONUMENT AVE. PORT T. JOE
Open 10-6 M-F & 10-2 on Saturday ,


Jeanie's Let's Knit
t


I" WOOV


SW, l


* ^












Wewa Bank Will Sponsor AARP


55 Alive/Mature Driving Program


Refresher Course
For All Drivers
O50 and Older
The Wewahitchka State Bank
is sponsoring an A.A.R.P. 55
/ Alive/Mature Driving Program.
The program is a driver refresher
and an educational course for all
drivers 50 years of age and older.
: Every driver, age 50 and over,
should take this course. There is
hitohing to lose but a little time,
with, an awful lot to gain. There
are' no examinations, no driving
tests and no chance of losing your
1iefnse.
This highly effective, driver's
refresher course, approved and
encouraged by the state and fed-
eral governments, will be held in
the board room of the



May is Teen

Pregnancy

SAwareness

Month
The month of May, is
fNational Teen Pregnancy
Prevention Month"; Look for
daisies with a green ribbon
throughout the community,
placed to raise awareness of the
initiative to reduce teen pregnan-
Cies. ..
Adolescent pregnancies are
wiot only associated with private
tragedies, but also a public cost.
Although, national numbers on'
teen pregnancy indicate 'a
decrease, Gulf County's numbers
'have increased from the 1997-98
to the 1998-99 year.
Teen pregnancy can be
reduced through education and,
communication. Parents, talk,
with your children! Children, talk
with your par itsI
Professiorals and faith lead-
,ers are available in the
community for information
and/or counseling. For further
information, contact the ,Gulf'
County Health Department at
(Port St. Joe) 227-1276 or
fX.t'aiht'chka) 639-2644.


Wewahitchka State Bank in
Wewahitchka Monday and
Tuesday, May 10th and 11th,
from 9:00 a.m. till 1:00 p.m., cen-
tral time.
To cover some of the experis-
es a fee of $8 per person, prefer-
ably in the form of a check made
out to A.A.R.P. will be collected.
The purpose of the 55
Alive/Mature Driving Course is to
save lives, and the health of all
Florida senior citizens and their
loves ones. They want to show
senior drivers how to cope with
the age related physical changes
everyone is all faced with and how
to become more aware of, and
handle, hazardous road and
weather conditions.
They will cover the new laws,
highway signs and road mark-
ings, and the safety aspect of dri-
ving; and the ways to handle the
dangers of alcohol, medications,
and the two in combination. Also
covered will be ways to avoid the
criminal while getting into, out of,
and while driving a car. These are
just a few. of the topics covered,
plus much, much more.
Classes will be, presented in'
tPio four-hour sessions over a
two-day period, instructed by a
fully trained A.A.R.P. volunteer.
Upon completion of the course, a,
certificate will be issued to each
participant that probably will give,


Seniors to Hold
Yard Sale on 14th
The Wewahitchka Senior
Citizens will be holding a yard"
sale on Friday, May 14th at the.
Wewahitchka Senior Center at
East River Road from 8:00 a.m.
until 1:00 p.m. They do need
donations, and these can be
dropped off Monday through
Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00,
p.m. each day.
They have variety of items to.
sell such as VCRs, computer com-
ponents, glassware, household
items, clothes. etc.:
The seniors will also be sell-
ing hot dogs,' chilf dogs, drinks,
and snacks. All proceeds from the
sales will benefit the renovation of
the W\Vewahitchka Community
Center. Please call 639-9910 for
more information. "*w


the certified person a discount on
their auto insurance. These cer-
tificates are good for three years,
then the course must be taken
again.
Again, "Who needs this
course?" According to all govern-
ment and insurance company
reports-Every driver age 50 and
over needs to re-evaluate their
abilities on the road. Please don't
be one of those people who believe
there is .nothing more to learn
because you have been driving for
40, 50, or 60 years.
Millions of people that have
taken this course would prove
you wrong. Make your reservation
now since space is limited to 20
people. Call Carolyn Husband at
(850) 639-2222 to reserve your
spot. Walk-ins are welcome, if the
class is' not filled.


Three Area Health
Employees Honored
About seventy people were
honored recently y the Franklin
County Senior Citizens Council in
Carrabelle, including. three
Marquis Home Health employees;
they include Sharyn Kovacs,
Juanita Foster, and Kasandra
Edwards.
Marquis has offices in
Panama City, Port St. Joe, and at
St. George 'Island.
The 1999 Distinguished
Service Award went to Cheryl
Sanders, Board of County
Commissioners.

UDC Places Flags
Apalachicola Chapter #826 of
the United Daughters of the
Confederacy mnet on Monday,
April 26, at The Hut in
Apalachicola. After enjoying
lunch. American and Confederate
flags were placed at Chestnut and
Magnolia Cemeteries to honor vet-
erans who served,our country.


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999 PAGE SA

Williams, Florida Native on
Dallas School's Honor Roll


Nine year old, Darcell
Williams, formerly of Port St Joe,
has been an honor roll student at
Weaver Elementary School for the
past two consecutive years.


Darcell undertakes his ele-
mentary studies in Dallas, Texas,
where he lives with his uncle
Freddie Hamilton. He is the proud
son of Keesha Hamilton, the
proud grandson of Helen and
Kylar Hamilton.


The Clothes Tree
'Men Wqjomn's and Children's Consignment m Boutique


200 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, FL

Now ACCEPTNG SPRNG AND SUMMER FASHIONS!
Great Bargains on new and almost new brand name fashions and accessories!
Bring In Those Formals In Time for Prom!
Something for Everyone!

(850) 229-2454
Open 9 am to 5 pm-Mon., Tues., Thur., Fri.


Janatta Rouse-Pharen Frazier

"All That" Represented

County In Championship


Saturday morning, May 1,
Pharen Frazier and Teresa Bailey,
club members of the Gulf County
"All That" 4-H team along with
Janatta Rouse,, club leader,
boarded a bus. Along with mem-
bers of the Wewahitchka 4-H
club, they attended the District II
4-H competitions held in
Tallahassee.
Pictured above are Pharen


Heartfelt Thanks
'The family of Merri Christie
would like to thank all of our
friends in Gulf County, and espe-
cially .the church families, that
prayed, for us during Merri's
recent stroke and recovery.
Special thanks goes out to
Grace Baptist Church and the
Gulf County School System.
We cannot begin to thank
everyone who prayed, called, visit-
ed. cooked meals, and helped us
through a very tough time. Again,
thank you.' :
SDan,, Merri, and Alicia Christie


Say you Saw It In T'he Star!


1999 dance recital
Port St. Jo ien Sc




May 8, 1999 6:41 p.m.


Come see SheriffMcKeithen, Sheriff Varnes, City Commissioner
Damo McNair, Michael Hammond, Don Kosin, Jim Conway, Gus
Griffin and others strut their stuff.


Frazier, holding ribbons, and
Janatta Rouse. Pharen used the
skills she learned through the
Arizona Chemical Grant
Volunteers, and did a demonstra-
tion on formal table setting.
Teresa Bailey's demonstra-
tion was on crack and cocaine
and the affects the drug has on
the human body. They both came
home as blue ribbon winners.

What's Free?
The Florida Market Bulletin
features classified advertisements
for farm-related items as well as
agricultural news and informa-
tion. It is published monthly by
the Florida .Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services and is free to Florida res-
idents. To subscribe, write,
Florida Market Bulletin, 545 East
Tennessee Street, Tallahassee, FL


Gulf County School Board & the
Gulf Coast Workforce Development Board
850-639-3563 850-229-2430



$$$$ Earn While You Learn $$$$


Students

You can learn while you earn this summer. Apply for the JTPA
Summer Youth Employment and Training Program.

Please bring copy of birth certificate, social security card,
proof of.income or school verification form

Applications will be taken

May 8, 1999 at Wewahitchka High School
9 a.m. 12 noon

May 11, 1999, Port St. Joe High School
May 17, 1999 Wewahitchka High School
5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Applicants must be between the ages of 14-21 and must meet eligibility requirements. For more information, call
our office or stop by to get guidelinesfor eligibility and school forms.
Contact: Jordan Miles








PAGE 6A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999


A Tisket.. A Tasket. .


What's Inside Your Picnic Cooler?


Summer brings to mind
visions of wildflowers, lazy, wist-
ful afternoons and fun, family pic-
nics. Whether you picnic in your
own backyard, a neighborhood
park, a breezy, grassy field or at
the beach, it is a wonderful way
for the family to get away from the
usual routine and enjoy some
casual chats and chuckles.
Food is never tastier than


when it is eaten outdoors.
Seafood is no exception. The light,
fresh-from-the-sea taste of
seafood enhances the tranquility
of a sunny summer day. Fill your
cooler with these creative, nutri-
tious and delicious seafood treats.
Summer Shrimp Sandwich
3/4 pound cooked, peeled,
deveined Florida shrimp
6 ounces soft cream cheese


1/2 cup chopped Florida pecans
1/2 cup drained crushed pineap-
ple
1/4 cup chopped ripe olives
1 tablespoon Florida lime juice
6 slices, lightly-buttered white
bread
6 slices, lightly-buttered wheat
bread
Chop shrimp. Combine all
ingredients except bread; ;mix


1 tablespoon chopped, fresh dill
Combine all ingredients
except dill., Mix well and refriger-
ate overnight. Add dill and mix
again before serving. Yield: six
servings.
Calories: 360, Protein: 31g,
Carbohydrates: 21g, Fat total: 17g,
Saturated fat: 4g, Calories from fat:
150, Cholesterol: 65mg


S* Oysters
Shrimp Crabs *
Groceries Fish Sandwiches


* Great Hamburgers
Beer & Wine


Colombo Yogurt
227-1670 On C-30A south of PortSt. Joe
FALL & WINTER HOURS: Tues.-Thurs.: 12-8 p.m.,
Fri -Sat.: 1 2-9 p.m., closed Sunday and Monday


SWorlU UIassN


9Ie /f e Va


Treat her to Shiner Diner's
Mother's Day Special

Prime Rib, Salad Bar, Baby Carrots,
Squash, Greens, Baked or Mashed
Potatoes, Dessert,. Tea or Coffee

$9,95
served from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.


SHINER DINER
: 1360 N. Hwy. 71 (at West Arm Creek)
WEWAHITCHKA, FL (850) 639-5272


OPEN


Dinin~g


well. Spread equal amounts of
shrimp mixture on six slices of
white bread. Cover with remain-
ing slices of wheat bread and cut
each sandwich into four pieces.,
Serve chilled. Yield: four servings.
Calories: 520, Protein: 32g.
Carbohydrates: 54g, Fat total: 21g.
Saturated fat: 7g, Calories from fat:
190, Cholesterol: 185mg.

Calico Scallops with Roasted
Pecan Potato Salad
2 pounds Florida Calico scallops,
Cooked, drained
2 cups chopped Florida potatoes,
skin on, boiled
1 cup low-fat salad dressing
3/4 cup grated Gruyere cheese'
1/2 cup chopped Florida celery
1/2 cup chopped Florida green
bell pepper
,1/4 cup chopped Florida yellow
bell pepper
1/4 cup chopped. lightly roasted
S Florida pecans
1 tablespoon curry powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon black pepper


Florida Simmered Shrimp
1 1 1/2-ounce bag of prepared
shrimp boil
2 teaspoons salt
1 onion, sliced
2 quarts water
1 lemon, sliced
2 pounds Florida shrimp:
I clove garlic, sliced
Combine all ingredients,
'except shrimp, in a four-quart
sauce pan. Cover and bring to a,
boil on high heat. uAdd shrimp,
reduce heat to medium-high.
cover and cook six to eight min-
utes, or until the largest shrimp is
opaque throughout. Stir occa-
sionally during cooking. Drain,
chill andIserve with favorite dip-
ping sauce. Yield: 4 servings'
C Calories: 220, Protein: 47g,
Carbohydrates: '0g, Fat total: 2.5g,
Saturated fat: 0.5g, Calories from fat:
25, Cholesterol: 445mg.
Safety Rules for.Picnics
Don't forget to follow these
food safety rules .when. you're
packing for the picnic., Keep these
recipes at 350F until you are
ready to serve them. In a co6er or
ice chest,: the containers should
be surrounded on all sides by ice
or gel packs to maintain this tem-
perature. :
When you are ready to serve,
avoid putting 'the food in direct
sunlight. Food should not be left
out of refrigeration for more than'
an hour. Cover, leftovers and
refrigerate as soon as possible.
To obtain other seafood
reeipes, take. a look, at the Florida
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Servides' Bureau of
Seafood and Aquaculture web site
at www.fl-seafood.com.


3625 Cape San Bias Road Port St. Joe 850-227-3655.
(Hwy. 98 to C30A to C30E, turn onto C30E and follow for 4 miles)


Featuring Seafood, Steaks, Pasta, Fajitas and

a Host of Specialties.
Enjoy a casual dining experience, complimented by the natural' beauty of


Dve' Drive Thru"


Menu

Reg.
Chee
Chick
Slopp
Hot D


101 15th Street .Mexico Beach. 648-4330
NOW OPEN 11 a.m.
S ombo
w/16 oz.
Drink
Burger 2.75 3.75
seburger 2.95 3.95 f
(en Sandwich. 3.25 4.25
)VJoe .99 2.99
)ogs .99


Drinks .99.
Fresh Tea, Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite
Milk Shakes .99
Chocolate, Strawberry or Vanilla'


0o 0Special un 2r Dne o
0 serving from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. -

o Fresh Grilled Halibut ... 14.95 0
0 Baked Stuffed Shrimp 1. 5.95 0
0 Rack of Lamb w/MintPesto. .16.95 0o"
o Surf and Turf ...... 19.95 oo
o0 Ribeye Steak with Lobster Tail 0
0- 0
0 All Dinner Specials include salad or fruit cup, your choice of 0
0 2 side dishes, coffee, tea, and dessert of the day. 0
0 APPETIZER SPECIALS 0
SCold Crab Fingers or Shrimp Cocktaill FREE
0 $5.95 OWER 0
S :RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED FOR
0 Tax and Tip Not Included / 4
0 Regular Menu Also Available M M/ O


i FISH HOUSE RESTAURANT 0
0 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach, Florida 648-8950 0
0 Open Daily: 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., CST 0
ooooooo00000ooooo000 oo000oooooooooooooooooo


Cape San Bias and its picturesque sunsets;: ,,

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
MON. SAT. 4-10, SUN. 12-10

DRESS CODE: NON-FORMAL RELAX & ENJOY THE BEA(


Y


-


m


IND 'A' S S
2AXAJ,13 A


t"::: ~









THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. MAY 6. 1999 PAGE 7A


Jack Levins
Jack Levins
Jack Levins, 57, of Wewa-
hitchka, passed away Thursday,
April 29, in Port St. Joe. He was a
Native and lifelong resident of Port
'St. Joe until moving to Wewa-
:.hitchka a year ago. For the past
'18 years, he was employed at
Raffield's Fisheries as an industri-
al refrigeration technician.
Survivors include his wife,
Lyndia Levins of Wewahitchka;
*his children, Sonja Hancock of
Oak Grove, Linda Griffin of
* 'Atlanta, Lonnie Moore of
Memphis, Tennessee; "Sharon
Rogers of Port St. Joe, and
Jennifer Genung of Pensacola; his
mother, Christine Levins of Oak,
Grove; one brother. Joe Levins
arid beloved sister-in-law Mildred
of Jones Homestead; 10 grand-
children; three nephews. Larry
Job Levins of Oak Grove. Rodney
Levrins and Jay Levins, both of:
Jones Homestead; one great-
niece, Julie Levins and one great-
nephew, Tom Levins, both of Oak
Grove.
The funeral service was held


"FR

CO


at 3:00 p.m., ET, Saturday, May
1, at Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church, conducted by Rev. James
Wiley and Rev. David Fernandez.
Interment followed in the family
plot in Holly Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home of Port St. Joe.

Ruby L. Thomas
Ruby Lee Thomas, 82, of Port
St. Joe, passed away Thursday
after an extended illness. A native
of Fairmont, Georgia, she had
been a resident here since the late
1940s, and was protestanit by'
faith. .
Survivors include two daugh-
, ters, Betty L. Huckeby and hus-
band Paul, of Port St. Joe, and
Rosalie Joyce and husband
Robert, of Crestview: one son.
James Dennis Pope and wife \
Marye of Vanceboro, North
Carolina; five grandchildren; and
four great-grandchildren.
Cremation is scheduled. A
memorial service was held at 2:00
p.m. Saturday at St. James
Episcopal Church, conducted by
Rev. Jerry Huft. In lieu of flowers.
donations may be made ,in her
memory to a charity of choice, or
to the ,.activity fund at Bay St.
Joseph' Care Center ,in Port St.
Joe, ,
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home of Port St. Joe.

Edward Miranda
Edward Miranda. 55. of Cape
San Bias. passed away Tuesday,.
April 27. due to injunes sustained
in a motorcycle accident. Reared
-in Tampa, he had been a resident
here since 1994. He was a boiler-
maker, retiring after over 30 years
of service. He loved life and fish-


Prices hat Won'f




.Your Budget

EE" no obligation quotes .

MPETITIVE AUTO RATES

Call for One Today!

MULTI-CAR DISCOUNTS
24 HOUR CLAIM SERVICE
AAA MEMBERS DISCOUNT
MANY ADDITIONAL DISCOUNT OPPORTUNITIES


HANNON INSURANCE
Auo indHonInsuraC'Conmpru, (850) 227-1,133
.& : Trr el ecrs c r, ,lp .. "











Feel trapped

by overdue

bills?

We have the answer,

With our home equity Ion. ..
you can pay off your credit y .M
card, or other debts, and get
yourself back on the fairway.
Apply. now, and chances are
you'll be back in the green in j'-
no time:.p :*-

SLow interest rates
*Get a tax break* .









WEWAHITCHKA

STATE BAN

PORT ST. JOE, WEWAHITCHKA & THE BEACHES
"Interest may be tax-deductible. Consult your tax advisor. Member
FDIC


Survivors include his wife,
Barbara Miranda of Cape San
Bias; his children, Sheri Galindez
of Fernandina Beach, Derrick
Miranda of San Diego, California,
Christian P. Lyons of Panama City
City, and Patrick D. Stokes of
Hillard; seven grandchildren, his
mother, Margaret Miranda of
Tampa; and a sister, Catherine
Creighton of Lithia.
The funeral service was held
at 11:00 a.m. Saturday. at the
First Baptist Church conducted
by Rev. Allen Welborn. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made
to a scholarship fund or to a chil-.
dren's home in his memory.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral '
Home of Port St. Joe. : : /

Martin Neel

Martin Neel,. 90, of White
City, died /:Saturday in Bay
Medical Center in Panama. City.
Mr. Neel was ,born in Jackson
County and was a carpenter. He
was a member of White City First
Baptist Church.
Survivors include two sons,
Marcus Neel of Port St. Joe and
Miriam Neel of Pensacola; two
brothers, Howard Neel of Port St.
Joe aand Albert Neel of
Jacksonville: three grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were .held
Tuesday, April 20 in the Hasty
Pond Baptist Church near Altha
with the Rev. Billy Wilcox and the
Rev. Nick. Davis officiating.
Interment followed in Old Shiloh
Cemetery near Altha. All services
were under the direction of
Adams Funeral Home, Blount-
stown.

Drakeford E, Gray
Drakeford Gray was born on
October 23, 1911 in Citronelle,
Alabama and, came to
Wewahitchka in 1929 where he
had lived all his life. He passed
away on May 3, after a lengthy ill-
ness at Bay Medical Center in
Panama City.
Mr. Gray is survived by his
wife, Mae Helen Gray: sons and
daughters, Nita and Luther Bangs
of Franklinton, Louisiana, George
Gray, Brenda and Freddie
Crutchfield, Ophelia and Bronzell
Ward, Mable and Sonny Ward.
Robert and, Charlene,. Grayn wand
Helen, Gray., al,. of. WewabJtegQka
sisters, Jewel Hartly of Chicago,
Illinois and Mary Grimes. of
California: 25 grandchildren:. 23,
:great-grandchildren: one great-
great-grandchild; and numerous
other loving farnily and friends.
All of Drakeford's children
and grandchildren will always
remember the great stories he
told of his childhood before com-
ing to Gulf County at the age of
17, and the vivid stories he enter-
tained all about his adventures in
life that always brought so much
laughter into their lives.
"He was our port in the storm
so many Limes and gave us a won-
derful, legacy to pass on.
Drakeford was a loving ,and very
generous patriarch and a .person
we knew we could depend on any
time we needed him for support or
guidance. 'No matter how little or
much he had, he was alwa's will-
ing to give all. Our Daddy and
Granddaddy was our TV, news,
and entertainment. We "will miss
him so'much."
Funeral services will be held
Thursday. May 6, .at 2:00 p.m..
CT, at the United Pentecostal
Church In \Wewahitchka. with
Bro. Rodney Leaman and Bro
Nick Davis officiating. Interment
%will follow in Jehu Cemetery.
Asked to serve as pallbearers
are Mr. Gray's grandsons.. He lay
in state at the Comforter Funeral.
Home. Wewahitchka Branch
Chapel, Wednesday from 5:00
p.m. until 8:00 p.m., CT, and at
the church for one hour prior to
funeral services.
SAll services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home,. Wewahitchka Branch
Chapel.'













BO KNOWS


PEST CONTROL


227@9555
Honest, Dependable
Service
fc 8/6


I~lZ itte we I


neighbors who said it was,o.k.
with them. Someone had signed a
complaint against the chickens at
the police department.
g ,*Board decided to ask Gulf
County for assistance from recy-
cle grant money to purchase
garbage bags.


*Agreed to address a foul ball
problem at the girls' softball com-
plex.
*Decided to explore the cost
to furnish ,9-1-1 numbers for
homes in Port St. Joe and discuss
the numbering problem with the
,Gulf County 9-1-1 Coordinator.


Lease
(From Page 1)
begin operation ofL the marina as
spon as they get the final details"
ironed but in the lease agreement
*and' the board awards the con-
tract-"If the city accepts our pro-
posal, we plan to. have personnel
in place to begin operations with-
ing a week of the time it's
approved."
Bill Kennedy, Preble-Rish,
Inc. engineer, told commissioners
during Tuesday's meeting 'that
bids were going out to pour a con-
crete pad for dry boat storage,
loading, and unloading. He said
St. Joe Company hadi initiated,
and is paying for, the process
since it would take 14 to 21 days.
for the concrete to cure before the
.loading dock could be used. Bids
'"vill be opened Thursday week for
,the work.
$637,000 C.O.P.S. Grant
. City Clerk Pauline Pendarvis
told: commissioners she has certi-
flcation to administrators of the
,C.O.P.S. Grant Verilling that the
city didn't receive tax revenues
from Florida Coast Paper
Company for the fiscal year.
That verification .was one of
the prerequisites for the city to
receive $637,000 to fund 10
police officer positions.,
*, Police Chief Jay' Leffert
applied for the funds after it
became apparent the city would
hot be able"too flint4ce the full
police ,force if the mill failed to
meet its tax obligations. z
Pendarvis said shle ,'was not
sure when she w6ii'd fear back
from the grant administrators.
In Other Business
*Decided to adyertise for a
variance for an outshed, as
requested by Rocky Comforter.
I *l-Heard a request from Keith
Neel for further explanation as to,
why the city forced the return of a
police department truck ;that was
to be paid for with grant funds.
*Agreed to sign a' proclama-
tlon for "Teen' Pregnancy
Prevention Month" as requested
by Gulf County Health Director
D oug K ent. .'
eDecided to further research
La request by Barbara and Jerry'
.Garlisch to allow them to contin-
;ue to keep their pet chickens. The
Garlischs presented the board
with a list of all their immediate


Call today
for more
information


Andy Wilkinson
Financial Advisor
315 Mary Esther Boulevard
'Mary Esther, FL 32569
Tel. 800-874-0006 Fax 850-664-2467
e-mail: andy wilkinson@prusec.com
www.prusec.com


.. Prudential
W" Securities


Prcf ..I JF 'a a.~,"- i .r~I i b-a ,.rie Ioi all investors,
- .'.5 F.,, 97 a I,'Fo te I,',te' PC





' Valuable information
from Prudential Securities

Not participating in the

market could be your

greatest investment worry.




Sroc managed Assets Consulting Services

'Want to participate in the market, but afraid
you'll make the wrong investment decisions?
j Nuo you can lessen your worries'arid move
ahe.d ich ',,.ur fin-iricial goals;:--thank-s .:) Prudenttial seuriies'
Managed .A-cts Con-sultingi Ser ices (MACS).

It you need to rethink Nouri personal investment plan, selection
MACS could cell be the smartest move you'll ever make. MN -CS.
lets you choose from among the nation's most well-known money
'managers: These professionals ordinarily manage investment portfo-
lios in excess of $1 million--but can now offer you the same out-'
standing level of service.

Call today if yot'd like to have your in estmens treated with the
care normally reserved for onl,, the most affluent, investors.

Learn how y.ur MACS account of $100,000 or more can be
matched to the appropriate investment philosoplih for you.


*y










PAESH TR POTS. JO. FL*TUSA. MA .19


taw.- Ee


(Sheriff's Beat)

FOUND GUILTY, SENTENCED
On Tuesday, May 4th,
Wellington Farmer, 45, of Port St.
Joe, was found guilty of posses-
sion of crack cocaine in a jury
trial. As a result of this guilty
finding, Judge Glenn Hess also
found Farmer guilty of violating
his probation in two other drug
cases.
Farmer was sentenced to
serve five years under the super-
vision of the Department of
Corrections.
ALLEGED DRUG SALESMAN OFF
THE STREETS
Thursday, April 29th, investi-
gators received information that
Grady Alderman, 23, of Wewa-
hitchka, was selling marijuana
from his home.
Investigators went to his
home arid were given permission
to search his residence. During
the search, four bags of marijua-
na and a quantity of cash were
found, resulting in Alderman's
arrest and ensuing charge of pos-,
session of marijuana with the
intent to distribute.
RECENT BOOKINGS AT THE
GULF COUNTY JAIL .
Monday, April 26th-Richard
Boddye, 44, W/M, of Port St. Joe,
violation of probation (unlawful
accumulation).
Wednesday. April 28th-
Howard Bailey, 43, B/M, of Port
St. Joe, violation of probation (dri-
ving while license suspended or.
revoked and resisting without vio-
lence) and introduction of contra-
band to a jail.
Thursday, April 29th-Jimmy
0. Gathers, 43, B/M, of Port St.
Joe, domestic battery; and Lipkia
Rhodes, 25, B/F, of Panama City,
failure to appear (trespass and
petit theft)..
Friday, Aril 30th--Jermalne
Fedd, 24, B/M, of Port St. Joe,
possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana.
Saturday, May ist-Pamela
Anthony, 29, B/F, of Port St. Joe,
failure to pay fine; Rico Yarrell,
22, B/M, of Port St. Joe, two
counts of failure to pay fine; and
Willie Riley, 36, B/M, of Port St.
Joe, failure to pay fine.
Sunday May 2nd-Michael
C. Hamm, 34, W/M, of Port St.


.S.. .M: 0


NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the City Commission of
the City of Port St. Joe. sitting as the HBoard of
Adjustment will hold a public hearing in the
Counrmmirionr, Chamnber at 6 00 p m Tuesday. May
20 19\'99 deterrrmrnei' ,htLhr Ihe Cirt ~iLl auth-,o-
Srue 3 de i u.,r, to Zornirng (dMnance ior vanrice
of 3pproTlilch melf led t lon he ea_-erll proper.
n lUre and appro.maly iten feel u thei- ou'thetrl
proprertv line 1.:. re'Cons -tn :. in ex _ung building
.or, .LOs 2 anrd 4 Block 37
.,. Faujllnn F-.ndr.i-
*ir'3 Clerk
2tc. May 6 anid i3. 1999 -


Joe, battery; and Bascom Hamm,
69, W/M, of Port St. Joe, battery.


(PSJPD Report

VIOLATION OF COMMUNITY
CONTROL
On Thursday, April 29th, at
about 4:20 p.m., Anthony D.
Dumas, 44, of Port St. Joe, was
arrested by Port St. Joe Police
Department Officer Glenn Norris
on an active warrant for violation
of community control.
According to information
received, Dumas violated his
community control by leaving his
residence on four separate occa-
sions without permission. Dumas
was on probation for two counts
of corruption by threat, which is a
third degree felony.
Dumas was taken into cus-
tody without incident and trans-
ported to the Gulf County Jail,
where he was booked in.
MIDDAY INTERSECTION MISHAP
Just before 2 p.m. on
Monday, May 3rd, Officer Ross
Yowell and Sergeant Troy
Simmons arrived on scene of a
crash at the intersection of Cecil
Costin, Sr. Boulevard and Monu-
ment Avenue.
According to information
received from Officer Yowell, the
investigating officer, a blue Geo
Metro, being driven by Patricia
Sadler of Apalachicola. attempted
to make a left turn at the inter-
section, failing to yield the right-
of-way to oncoming traffic.
As a result, Sadler's vehicle
was hit by a red Chevrolet pick-up
truck, which was traveling south
. on Monument Avenue and driven
by Richard Coleman, of Apa-
lachicola.
.Sadler and her passengers
received minor injuries (bruises)
as a result of wearing their seat-
belts. Sadler was transported to
the hospital by her husband, to
be checked out further. Coleman
reported no injuries to Officer
Yowell at the time of the investiga-
tion. Sadler was issued a warning
citation for failure to yield the
right-of-way.
OUT OF ORDER PATRON
Monday, May 3rd, shortly
before 11 p.m., Charles Edward
Peterson, 41, of Port St. Joe, was
arrested by Officers Chris Teeter
and Deborah Hollowa;'for disor-
derly conduct.
According to Officer Teeter's
report, Peterson was given a tres-
pass warning in reference to Ruby
and Jake's Club. after causing a
disturbance inside. Peterson con-
tinued to be disordervly while in
the middle of the street *across
from 521 Martin Luther King
Boulevard.
The officers observed Peter-
son grab any tussle with Alice
Black while cursing and 'yelling
aloud. Peterson was arrested for
disorderly conduct, and trans-
ported to the Gulf County Jail.


aea t 7S y



Wli ate~aec*e P49eemena


2 SERVICE CALLS, 1 YEAR PERIOD-ONLY '96 A YEAR
Our Services Include: Installation of New Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps.
Diagnostic Testing. Repairs on All Brands, Residential Energy Savings
Maintenance Agreements, and Residential and Commercial Financing Programs.


Are You Not Getting All The Comfort
You $$$$ Pay $$$$ For?

Is YouI Current Electric Bill TOO HIGH?

Does Your Air Conditioner or Furnace


Operate ALL OF THE TIME?

IF YOU ANSWERED YES TO ANY OF THESE QUESTIONS,
CALL US NOW FOR A FREE (NO COST)
HOME COMFORT ANALYSIS.


R 0~J. V 397


M- (850) 649-5474


SPSJ Little League Football Meeting


J


where he continued to be disor-
derly and was taken straight to a
cell to be locked up.
HONORING NATION'S OFFICERS
Congress has designated the
week of May 15th to be dedicated
as "National Police Week", and
May 15th of each year to be
"Police Memorial Day".
Preliminary statistics received
from the Federal Bureau of
Investigations show that 135 offi-
cers were killed-feloniously and
accidentally-in the United States
while performing their duties. Out
of the 135 officers killed, 14 were
reported killed in the State of
Florida.
Let .us remember those who
gave their lives and those who
continue to make it possible for
us to leave our home and family
in safety each day and to return
to them.
At Port St. Joe Elementary
School on Friday, May 14th, Port
St. Joe Police Department and
Gulf County Sheriffs Department
officers will join together in a cer-
emony to honor officers who have '
lost their lives while serving their
respective forces. The event will
also be attended by other officials
representing law enforcement offi-
cers from many agencies..
The public is invited to attend
and share in the recognition of
the law enforcement officers.
Police Chief Jay Leffert stat-
ed, "This ceremony is to pay,
homage to those officers who have
made the ultimate sacrifice to
protect and serve their communi-
ties'."
BICYCLE RODEO STRESSES
SAFETY ON THE ROAD
May is BICYCLE SAFETY
MONTH, and the Port St. Joe
Police Department will be spon
scoring a BICYCLE RODE-E-E-O on
May 15th, from 10:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m. It will be held at the
Apalachicola Northern Railroad'
Company Building, located at 300


_ __I~ I_ ____ _


Little League Football, Inc.
has issued notice of meetings to
be held on Thursday, May 6th
and Thursday, May 13th, at the

Basketball Parents Serve

Up Community BBQ
On behalf of the Port St. Joe
High School Boys' basketball
team, the parents of these young
men will be selling barbecue din-
ners on Saturday, May 8, at the
baseball park on Avenue A. The
event kicks off at 11:00 a.m.,
where dinners of chicken will be
$5, and for ribs, $6. Along with
the main entree, potato salad,
baked beans, bread and drink will
be included. Also, sandwiches will
be sold, $3 for chicken, and $4.50
for rib. Parents will be selling
tickets so get yours now and get
your dinner delivered to you.
There will be softball games
starting at 3:00 p.m. Please join
them this Saturday. The boy's
basketball team needs your sup-
port. All proceeds will benefit the
team to commemorate their
1999 state championship. Please
call Candye Lewis at 227-7499 or
Darius Chambers at 229-1009 if
there are any questions.


First Street in Port St. Joe.
The day's events will cover
competition on bicycle riding
skills and knowledge of the rules
of the road. Bicycle safety inspec-
tions will include minor adjust-
ments, engraving and recording
information for theft prevention
and recovery. Please bring a par-
ent's driver's license number for
engraving.
Trophies and certificates will
be awarded! All parental assis-
tance will be greatly appreciated!
Children wishing to participate
need to call the Port St. Joe Police
Department to sign up, so that,
they can plan accordingly.
Those who show up on the
day of the'rode-e-e-o are welcome
also! Be sure to bring your bicycle
helmet too!


Straight Rates,

Local Support And

No Charge to Switch,

EMake GT Com EYour

Best Choice Ior Long

Distance Service.



GCT COM LONG DISTANCE is simple.
You don't need a time table to figure out
S, when the rates are the least expensive. With
S GT COM you get a daytime price and a nights
.and weekend price. That's it. Plus when you take
1':~K, *Y .B advantge of GT COM's other services like internet


bill for all services













Call GT COM today and sign up for simple and convenient long distance service.

1-800-441-4406


License
# CAC057596


YOUR LOCAL DEALER OF ....


-. *r


LICENSED
AND INSURED


GROW FISH FOR FUN AND PROFIT!,
* design, construction, and management
* freshwater or marine
* fish, shellfish, and plants
* hatchery, nursery, and growout
* garden pools for peace and quiet.
* specialize in B.A.S.S. (Backyard Aquaculture Systems
and Service) using hydroponics
* increase production from existing ponds
* more than 20 years experience
* free site visit .
INTEGRATED AQUASYSTEMS'
David M. Fuze, Aquaculture Consultant
(850) 229-9634
"grow your own, in your own backyard:"


NO I "ES


NO YES

1NO YES


I


TEMPSTA'ml
I limiting and Owling h-witicts I


PAGE 8A


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOB, FL o THURSDAY, M~AY 6. 199%


Stac House beginning each night
at 8:00 p.m., ET.
These meetings will be held to
discuss interest in organizing lit-
tle league football teams for Port
St. Joe beginning this fall, and to
receive any funding committed or
available for that purpose. To
date, none has been received.
Those attending will also total
and discuss the number of youth
who have applied to be a part of
this football league.

Ed Ball Closed
St. Joe Timberland and the
Florida Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission advised The
Star last week that public access
to Edward. Ball Wildlife
Management Area will be prohib-
ited due to the pending fire haz-
ards, road deterioration, and lit-
ter.
Officials advised that the
gates will be reopened for public
access seven days prior to the
1999-2000 hunting seasons.

Softball for Soulsi
St. Andrew Assembly of God,
of Panama City, will host its sec-
ond annual "Softball For Souls"
Men's "B" and "C" Church Teams'


Invitational on June 18th and
19th. The tourney will feature a
home run contest for men ard
women.
For more inforination on this
fundraiser for the youth depart-
ment missions trip, please call
Paul Kelley at (850) 872-8942.


Wewa High NHS
Joins C.F. Fight
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is the
number one genetic killer of chil-
dren in 'America. This disease
causes chronic lung infections,
lung damage. and can lead to
death.
The Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation has made many
strides in its effort to find a cure.
In 1989, scientists discovered the
gene that'causes CF. In 1990. sci-
entists were able to correct the
defective CF cells in laboratory
dishes. 'However, there is still
work to be done.
On Saturday, May 8, the
National Honor Society of
Wewahitchka High School is par-
ticipating'in a Great Strides Walk-
a-thon to help children with CF. If
you're interested in sponsoring a
walker, please contact a NHS
member or Kerri Teall at 639-
2228.


PAJINGIMIII MUMfN







THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999 PAGE 9A


Yo uth Led Tobacco Free C,. campaign


0:-)


~QL I


C.*; (


v ,.E:


RACHEL BIXLER
FAITH CHRISTIAN SCHOOL


vs. Our Health
Activist groups like SWAT and Trtth charge to the
rescue of the common man/woman, hundreds of web-
sites are dedicated to exposing the truth about the effects
of tobacco on the body, but I cannot keep myself from
wondering if all this will ever'dent the sale of a box of
"Reds" to the American smoker.
Smokers are addicted. There are no doubts about that
matter. They still light up another cancer-stick in
'between gut wrenching hacks..Their yellow tinged fin-
-gers continue to fumble with their fancy Zippo lighters
despite the fact that their lungs are dripping with tar. Any
human would cringe at this description, perhaps because
we all know someone who suffers like this.
Who manages these tobacco mega-corporations,
machines? Surely not. Then again, can any compassion-:
ate human being plaster photos of beautiful models
promoting cigarettes while their own emphazemic
grandmothers push their portable respirators down the
stark white halls of the hospital?
To some people, money is cherished above all else.
and the quest for more is never ending. This is the only
conclusion I can make cQonerning tobacco, executives,.
Unfortunately for them, in thvind, theftr.ade o4himan ,''s
dignity for a large paycheck will not work in their 'avir.


p. -


l'-


JESSICA SUMMERS ,
PORT ST. JOE HIGH SCHOOL
Poem
By Sam. Denton
age 8


Roses are red.
Violets are blue.
If you smoke tobacco.
It could kill you.
Your throat may be red.
Your lungs may turn black.
And it might even
Lead to a heart attack.


SAM DENTON
PORT ST. JOE
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


-h9


BROCK HARRIS
WEWAHITCHKA MIDDLE SCHOOL


SHAVON CARR
PORT ST. JOE HIGH SCHOOL


rr-. -r


S b


D4O,\ Co


c~% ~ er~~ ~'50. be


(1


MEGAN CRUTCHFIELD
WEWAHITCHKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


I I_ _~ I -.


I


VY


a


I .


'_


'ir~ sl:;:ry


Iu


[2-mv


91


Pil v


d~$l










PAGE 10A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999


Lady Gators Win District Over Sharks


runs in the third, one in the
fourth, two in the fifth, one in the
sixth and one In the seventh.
Judith Husband (14-12)
earned her 14th victory.. of the
season as she tossed a completed
,game. one-hit, shut-out, Husband.
struck out 12 Lady Pirate batters
and walked one in her seven
Innings on the mound.
Christy Ward went two for
three to lead the Ladv Gators at
the plate. Judith Husband. Kr's-
tal Hendricks and Ashley Berens
each added one hit for
Wewahitchka.
"We played a good game
.against Sneads. Our defense and
pitching were solid," said Coach,
Fortner. "Jay is one of the better
teams in the state. We'll have to
play a solid game on offense and
defense."
Wewahitchka will play Jay on
Thursday. The winner will play
S the winner of the North Florida
*. Christian/Lake Highland Prep
game on Friday in the Regional-
Final ,
SHS 000 000 0- 0 1 3
* WEWA 102 12-1 1- 8 72

Lady Sharks Beat

LC. to Advance
PORT ST. JOE 11,. LIBERTY Co. 8
TUESDAY, MAY 4
The Port St. Joe Lady Sharks
S pounded out 13 hits to defeat Lib-
erty County 11-8 in Tuesday's
regional quarter-final game in
Bristol. The victory advances the
Lady Sharks to the regional-semi-
final game against Freeport on
Thursday.
;Port St. Joe scored four runs
, in the top of the first inning and
six in the third to jump out to a
S 10-0 lead. Liberty County
I bounced back to score two in the
fourth, five in the fifth and one in
the sixth to narrow the Lady
o Sharks' lead to 10-8. Port St. Joe
added an insurance run in the top
of the seventh.
Bonnie Belln (18-6) earned
her 18th victory Of the season as
she held, the Lady Bulldogs to
y seven ear ed runs on 12 hits and
two walks. Belin struck out two
batters in her seven innings on
the mound.
1 Lacey Johnson went three for
r four with two RBI to lead Port St.
Joe's 13 hit attack. Lindsay


Williams was two for three with a
double and two RBI, Evette Gant
was two for four with a RBI, Katie
Kilb6urn went two for fire with'
two RBI, and Neikole Royster was
two for five with a double and a
RBI. Bonnie Belin and Megan
Johnson each added a RBI single,
.for the Lady Sharks (20-7).
PSJ 40O 6 :000 1-11 13:3
LCo 000 0'251 0--8 12 4


Pfcis


Food Store
6 Discount Uquors
(850) 22--1897
Fax 227-3800
2411 Highway C-30
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Owners
Im Boyd & Pauloa Pickert


WEWA 12, PORT ST. JOE 10
FRIbAY, APRIL 23
The Wewahitchka Lady
Gators, a : 9-2 winner over
Blountstown in the first game,
scored all 12 of its runs in the last
four innings of play to knock off
Port St. Joe 12-10 in Friday's Dis-
trict 3-2A championship d game.
The Lady Sharks scored- three
runs in'the first and second
innings,: and added one in the
third to jump out to a,7-0 lead.
The Lady Gators came alive to..
score two runs in the top of the
fourth, six in the fifth; and took a
11-9 lead when they scored three,
in the sixth.
Judith Husband (13-12) gave:
up eight earned runs on eight ,
hits, five walks and struck out
four.Lady Shark batters to record
:the win on the motund for
Wewahitchka.
Kristin Jones went three for
three. with .two doubles, and
SChristy Ward was three; for. four
with two RBI to lead .the' Lady
Gators at the plate. Kr'stal Hen-
dricks was two for four with three
RBI, Ashley Berens was two for
till; .- ..


/ V


four with two RBI, Shray Glbault
had a single and two RBI and
Judith Husband'hada RBI single.
Bonnie Belln (17-6) gave up
seven earned runs,: on 12 hits,
four walks and struck out four to
record the loss for the Lady
Sharks.
S Lindsay Williams went two for
four with three RBI and Katie K1l-
Sbourn was also two for four to
.. '.f


Katie "high-fives" Lindsay
after scoring in Friday's game.


Outdoors in

Panhandle
by Gene Childs
Florida Outdoor Writers' Association


'TUll huff and I'll puff and I'll
blow your house down." so said
the Big Bad Wolf. The storn never
tells where the Three Little Pigs
built, their houses. but I bet the
one whose house didn't blow
down was built by the codes of
the Bay County Building
Department in Me.aco Beach.
Fresh water fishing continues
to be productive even with low
water conditions and a big. bright
full moon. Chris Hasty of the
Shiner Diner on the Dead Lakes
:says that not as many'fish are-
being boated, but the ones that
are seem to be good-sized ones.
Shellcrackers are biting best
late in the day. Some good bass
are being caught both. early and
late. With, low water conditions,
the fish are finding cooler water
during the heat. With the moon
.getting right, the fishing, says
Chris, should continue to be pro-
ductive.; '
Jack Wingate on' Lake
Seminole predicts that shell-
cracker will be bedding over 75%
of the bottom of Lake Seminole
soon. Wind has been the main,
factor in slowing fishing at
Seminole.this week, but many 5
to 7 pound bass are still being
caught.
Bay fishing is excellent right
now according to Presnell's. A
:5.14 pound trout and a 6.2
pound trout have been weighed in
this week already. The best lures
are Tops Dogs in pink or red.
Limits of trout were caught regu-


the


larly this week on these baits.
Jigs in Electric Chicken and New'
Penny are also producing fish.
Exciting to bay anglers this
week has been an early arrival of
nice redflsh. These reds were hit-
Ling Top Dogs with gold. spoons
also taking their fair share. With
a good moon phase beginning,
the numbers of fish should
increase' In the bay. May, June.,
and July are super months for
the flats, so fishing will get even
better.
Nearshore fishing has anglers
wondering where the Spanish
went and when the cobia will-
arrive in better numbers. The -
Mexdco Beach Ling Tournament
saw a 40-pound fish capture the '
$2,500 first place prize.
Probably within a week of the.
tournament's end, several 60-
pound plus cobia will be caught.
Anglers are also reporting catches
of early king mackerel. May is a
hot month for many species along
the beaches so expect a hot
month for fishing.
That Little Pig probably didn't
want to build his house so strong,
but the building inspector made'
him do it. Nails. clips, anchor
bolts, trusses, straps, and hang-
ers-this house would never
make it through ia metal detector
at an airport.
When the Big Bad Wolf and
the next hurricane blow our way,
we'll be safe. Maybe I'll invite the
building, inspector over for a hur-
ricane rib party.


lead Port St. Joe on offense. Lacey
Johnson and Julie Lanford both
had a single and two RBI. Nelkole
Royster had a single and a RBI,
while Evette Gant .and Courtney
Lenox each added a single for the
Lady Sharks (19-7). .':' ,.,
WEWAOO 0 2 6 3 1-12 12 4
PSJ 331 111 0-10 92

WEWA 8, SNEADS 0 .
,' TUESDAY,. MAY 4
The Wewahltchka Gator'
Lady Gators combined seven hi.t
with 10 walks to shut-out Sneadz
8-0 in Tuesday's Regional Quat
ter-Final game in Wewa. The Lad%
Gators scored one run in the bot
tom of the first inning to take a 1
0 lead. Wewahitchka added twc

Tiger Shark Golfers
Conclude Season
The Port St. Joe boys varsity
golf team ended the season by finF
fishing fifth in the district 4A tour
nament at Wildwood Countr-
Club in Wakulla County. Teamr
,,score,..were-Maclay 304, Tayloi
County 311, North Florida
Christian 322, R.F. Monroe.327:
Port St. Joe 329, Rickards;330
Wakulla County 339, and Florida
High 384 ./
The Tiger Shark golfers hac
their best district score in the lasi
10 years of golf competition. Clay
Smrnalwood led the St. Joe squac
with a fine 77. Rawlis Leslie J-.
carded a 79. Other scorers were
Buddy Mongold, 82; Donnie
Baker. 92: and Andy Shoaf. 95.
The high school golf season
will change to the fall for the next
school year. Practice will begin in
early August with the matches to
begin in September. Any .boy
interested in playing on the high
school golf team should contact
coach Gary Howse for instruc-
tions on what Is necessary to be
on the team. Competition should
be fierce for positions next year at
only two experienced golfers will
return.
Saq e S It f 9T& 74 tt7


tn. Worsi p a t thueueU I~
Churc of our
CocthS dck


Boaters' Alert-
As of Monday, May 3rd, tlhe
manatees have begun being spot:
ted at the Indiap Pass boat.
launch. Boaters Ird Indian Pass
and other areas are strongly cau-
tioned to stay far away from these
gentle creatures so as to avoid
injuring them.





HEARING AID CENTER_'
618 W. 23rd Street
Publix Plaza
Panama City,FL
769-5348

FREE HEARING
TEST

Top Quality, Name
Brand Hearing Aids.

Satisfaction Guaranteed
Monthly Service Center
Motel St. Joe (PSJ)
1 si Th'irsday of each month
: *


Vinyl Siding Soffit & Fascia
Aluminum Carports & Patio Covers Giutters Screen Roomns
Roofovers Replacement Windows ,

EWA SIDING CO.
S State Registered Contractor =RR0067101 ,
Re/ irences G/adI)y Proiied ': .
227-5986/5987 anytime 639-2942 after' 5(-;



"Sun n' Aire Systems

Authorized Dealer of

phantom screens
"The Disappearing Screen"
Call for Free Estimate
1-850-647-336 -
R, P. O. Box 1116 Port St. Joe, FL 32457 ,





.TRUCK SALE

CHECK OUT OUR LARGE SELECTION
OF USED TRUCKS AND CARS. MANY


ARE PROGRAM VEH ICL S.


1996 CHEVROLET EXT. CAB TRUC See
Diesel, 4x4, long wheel base, air, 69,000 miles Be Wo d
;g-...-- aBecky Wood
1993 FORD F150 XLT for'these and
Regular, sliding rear Window, pw, p1, 302 auto transmission otherreat
other great
1996 CHEVROLET EXT. CAB S-10 eas
4 Cylinder, auto, air, 73,000 miles, LS with camper shell



BILLY CARR'S USED NCAR
.1976 HIGHWAY 98 # HIGHLAND VIEW


0 Carpet Country
SH\\.98 Highland View Port St. Joe Phone 850-227-7241 Fax 229-9405

O *CARPET *CERAMIC TILE *VINYL
*WOOD FLOORING

Free Estimates! Professional Sales & Installation

90 DAYS SAME AS CASH

CASl H-2 V-CA.Ry SAVzIVG'S!
No Wax Vinyl.......... ......... starting at $4.99 sq. yd.
Indoor/Outdoor Carpet..... starting at $4.99 sq. yd.
Area Rugs 6 X 9.............. .starting at' $79.95 each
Warehouse Sale-All Carpet Remnants Marked Down


Window Fashion s Style.

A0LGRABER


Choose from:


* Verticals

* Woodlines


*Pleated/Cellular

*Horizontals


Seal Grip Interior/Exterior Acrylic
Latex Stain-Blocking Primer
17-21
*Seals Out Water, Smoke, Common Household Stains
*Quick Dry, Water Clean-Up
'Blocks Tannin Wood Stains $ 1 5,95
*Adheres to Glossy Surfaces galloi
.\


Members of the Lady Gator softball team pose for a photo after winning districts.


J.r or an your
i.I repair needs, call





-S r- Pi c


I3083 WI Hi.hwS y 98
next to C.RR. Smith
229-iBO TA

Certified MVIaster TechnicianJ


*Fresco Roman Shades

BIG SAVINGS!


I I f


~lllllllllllll'illllII\


s~ I ~ Is


I.a:


^








THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999 PAGE 11A


PSJ Sharks Win District 3-2A Title


County Teams Set New HR Record,


PORT ST. JOE 25, WEWA 18
THURSDAY, APRIL 22
Port St. Joe set two state
records for home runs and tied
two national records in Friday's
25-18 victory over Wewahitchka
in the District 3-2A championship
game. The Sharks 11 home runs
sets a new state record for the
most home runs in a game, and'
puts them in a three-way tie for:
second in the national record;
book. Atlantic High School, Iowa
holds the national record for most
home runs by a single team in a
game (16) and most home runs by
two teams in a game, also 16, in a
game against Griswald. Iowa on
April 26, 1928. The Sharks and
the Gators combined for 13 home,;
runs, which sets a new state.
record and ties them for third in,
the national record book.
Matt Terry started the home
run derby off in the top of the first
\ inning with a three-run home run.
to give Port St. Joe a 3-0 lead. The
Gators bounced back in the bot-,
tom half of the inning when, Bran-
don Jones knocked in Philip Hall;,
who walked and Josh Mauldin hit
-' a two-run single to score Champ,
Traylor, who singled, and Jones to
# bring the game to a 3-3 tie.

Gators Advance
With 10m2 Winll

WEWA 10, LIBERTY CO. 2 -
TUESDAY, MAY 4
The Wewahitchka Gators
,shut-out Liberty County through
six innings and went on to defeat
the Bulldogs 10-2 in Tuesday's
regional quarter-final game. The
:Gators pounded out 12 hits and
-took advantage of six Liberty
County errors.
Wewahitchka scored three
runs in the top of the first inning
to jump out to an early 3-0 lead,
before adding-onrie run in the
fourth, two in the fifth and two in
,the sixth for a 8-0 lead. Both the
Gators and Bulldogs scored two .
runs in the seventh inning.
Dave/Davis (9-3) earned his
ninth victory of the season as he
Held Liberty County to just one
earned run on four hits, and two.
walks. Davis& struck out 12 Bull-


S. .


Brandon Jones throws to
first in the Port St. Joe game.


dog batters in his seven innings
on the mound.
Philip Hall went five for five
with three RBI to lead the Gators
at the plate. Kelly Forehand was
three for five with two RBI. Bran-
don Jones was two for three,
while Josh Mauldin and Tripp,
SAtchison each added a single and
two RBI for Wewahitchka (21-7).
"Philip and Brandon did a.
r nice job hitting Stafford," said,
Coach Grantham. "Dave rebound-
ed well from the St. Joe game.
1(elly, Josh and Tripp all had big
hits.-.
WEWA 30 0 122 2-1012 3
LCo 000 0 000 2- 2,46,
For the deal of your life,
r : .see me! ;


The Port St. Joe Shark baseball team lines up for a photo following Friday night's victory.


Jacob Tanrkersley led off the
Sharks five home run second
inning with a solo home run.
Koran Peters, who hit a single,
scored on Jim Faison's two-run
home run, and. Matt Caswell,,
Ryan Stephens and' James
Daniels each hit solo home runs:
for a 9-3 Shark lead. Stephens'
and Daniels' were back-to-back.
Wewahitchka again answered in.
the bottom half of the inning to
score four runs and narrow the
lead to 9-7.
Ashley Stephens led off the
Sharks three-run third inning
with a solo home run. In the,
fourth inning, Matt Caswell hit 'a'
grand-slam home run to give Port
St. Joe a 16-9 lead.
Philip HIall and Brandon
Jones both hit two-run home
runs in the bottom of the fourth
inning to bring the Gators within
two runs. 14,-16. "
Port St. Joe's Jim Faison,
Ryani Stephens and Ashley
Stephens each hit three-run
home' runs to highlight the
Sharks nine run fifth inning for a
25-14 lead.
Ryan Stephens (8-2) gave up
seven runs on five hits, five walks
and struck out three, but had
plenty of offensive support to pick
up the win on the mound for the
Sharks. Ashley Stephens gave up
seven runs on seven hits, two
walks and struck out two in his
two innings of relief. Matt Terry
allowed four runs on three hits,
seven walks and struck out three
in his two innings of relief. James,
Daniels walked one .and struck
out one in his one inning of relief.
Jim Faison went four for five'
with two home runs and six RBI
to lead Port St. Joe's 25 hit
attack. Matt Caswell was three for
five with two home runs and rive
RBI, Ashley Stephens went three
for five with two home runs and
four RBI. and Koran Peters: was
also three for five with a double.'
Ryan Stephens was three for six
with two home runs and' five RBI,
Matt Terry was three for six with
a home 'run, double and three
RBI, and James Daniels was three ,,
for six with a solo home run.
Jacob Tankersley 'had, a solo
home run and a single and Brett
Lowry added a single for the
Sharks (21-9).
Wewahitchka was led on.
offense 'by Champ Traylor, who
was four for rive with a RBI dou-
ble. Philip Hall was three for three
with a two-run home run, Kelly'
SForehand was three for six. with
two RBI, and Brandon Jones went
two for three with a home run and
four RBI. Blake Rish had a double


and three RBI, Josh Mauldin had'
a single and three RBI and Dave
Davis: added ia ,double for the
Gatbrs (20-7 '
Dave Davis (8-3) gave up


. ,'.

Jacob Tankersley trots
toward' home plate after hit-
ting a solo home run in the
second inning Friday night.
seven runs on five hits, four of
them home runs, and two walks
to record the loss for the Gators.
Davis struck out one batter In his
one and one-thirds innings. Davis
also threw the last two innings of
the game in relief. He struck out
four batters and gave up one hit.
Brandon Jones gave up nine runs
on nine hits. four of them home
ibns, and t'vd' Nialks ih'his' tib
Innings of relief. Kelly Forehand
gave up one hit in his two-thirds
of an inning of relief. Blake Rish
gave up eight hits. three of them
home runs, nine runs and three
walks in his one inning of relief.
PSJ 363 490 0-22 25 2
WEWA3 4 2 53 1 0-18 15 3

PORT ST. JOE 14, SNEADS 4
TUESDAY, MAY 4
James. Daniels singled :in
Matt Terry in the bottom of the
fifth inning for the winning run as
Port St. Joe knocked off Sneads
14-4 in Tuesday's Regional Quar-
ter-Final game. The Sharks led
1 1-4 entering the bottom of the
'fifth. Koran Peters, who led off the
inningg with a walk. scored on
Ryan Stephens' sacrifice fly.
Caswell, who hit a double, then
scored bn a ,passed ball. Terry,
who was intentionally walked,
scored on Daniels' single to end
the' game.


&a. I
Speialzin /0You

Prntn #eed~-u


G ing. d 1. l .

Wewasitch0raddY na L



850-639 77-50
"Experienced driver? Driving record clean for three years? You
could get 15% off for excellent behavior. Five years? 25%'."

Being in good hands is the only place to be,."
@1998 Allstate Insurance Company, Northbrook, Illinois. Subject to availability and qualifications. Discount applicable to
major coverages.


' The Sharks jumped out to, a
1-0 lead when Jim Faison
advanced to third on a passed ball
and scored on errant throw by the
Pirates. Koran Peters hit a two-
run single: to score. Lowry, who
slhgled to right field, and Jacob
Tankersley, .who walked.' .Peters
reached third when the ball 'got
away from the right fielder, and
later scored' on a passed ball to
give the Sharks a 4-0 lead. .
J James Daniels and Brett
Lowry both hit RBI doubles, and
Koran Peters laced a two-run
triple to extend Port St. Joe's lead
to 8-0 after three innings. The
Sharks added three more runs in
the fourth when James'%Daniels
singled in Matt Terry, who
reached on a single, and Jacob
Tankersley hit a two-run triple to
right to score Ryanri Stephens,
-who had a single and Daniels.
Daniels (3-2) gave up four
runs on, four hits, two walks and
struck out one Pirate batter to,
pick up the win on the mound for
the Sharks. He also went three for
four with a double and three RBI
to lead Port St. Joe at the plate.
Koran Peters was two for two
with a triple and four RBI, Brett
Lowry was two for two with a dou-
ble and a RBI, and Jim Faison


went tw'v'for four with a double.
Jacob" Tankersley had a triple
With two RBI. Ryan Stephens had
a single, and a 'RBI. while Matt
Terry added a single for the


Sharks (22-9).
SHS 00004 4 44"
PSJ 134 33 -14 13 1


Springtime is ihe perfect time ro put on a new coal especially wilh these fantastic prices'


Pro-So.er t Moorcraft
Int./Ext. Latex Ext. Flat Paint
Flat Paint asstd c6lrs
Flat Paint -g rreg. $16.57
Lgh, I f r i e .r .%h
,'a ,- ;.. I st$14.69o ,
l'i On$U lo 9w '':' "''. *Moorcraft. :
Muresco Exterior
CeilingWhite Latex
Ceiling t Trim paint
Paint e -"int
a inta "! 14<'asst'd colors
13 89 reg. $19.99
,,1 3.5t 89 ..:. $17.69 ,
..P1.Saver
Semi Gloss Do-t-Best
Paint Paint
,I a, "hnl.....MA Thinner
,9.99g lust-2.29
Ennance Poich Floor & '. '______ '- -
Trim Enamel .. 2 One Coat
Paint Brushes
S 15.69. "'5 ,2.99
SFoot ALL. ."
W.._Weoden..., p y PAINT p.4dsooo
Woode PRAY PAINT Paint Roller Set
Step Ladder ,r'P nt S
"5999 20% OFF '-89
Pro-K sk 2 5 Pa. A orte
Blue Painter's Tape. Sandpaper
log.' :. S % 94jU i -'t
,24 a9y4.6,9 r s". ;$1.79
-------------------- I r_-------------------I

10% o ff +$10s0 :
Moorlastic Painter's Caulki Lc_ ,ALa.
A iU '1' u [ Jpi O 0 .- A.1 .4l O M M by r -:.l t ,9 co r 1Ir." ,] l 7 .' 7 03
.. ... ,0o5, ifa, 5 .. e ..i .L....,.. -
L----------------- ---- -- ---- -- ----

BAYSIDE LUMBER
322 Monument Ave. Port St. Joe 229-8232


,--.--r.. ,P-RIGCESGQOD..MAY 6-12,1999 .


rina Groceries


,.- BLUEBELL
ICE CREAM: ..... .. .
ICE CREAM ..... .... ...... .. HALF GALLON 2/ 7 o
ASSORTED .., HL. .G L N,
PEPSI PRODUCTS '.'.;"...... .......... 2 LITER 99 .
ASSORTED '.,... P : L ..
COCA COLA PRODUCTS. ................12 PACK
FAMILY PACK .'
FRYER BREASTS .... ...... ........
SURE FINE : .
CHARCOAL BRIOUETTES .. .............. 20 LB. 99
BOUNTY
^ PAPER TOWELS .::. ... ...........SINGLEROLL 7
KELLOGG'S 00
k CORN FLAKES ....................240O. 2/$4
KELLOGG'S 1 /540
FRUIT LOOPS ....soz...... 2/
SAUER'S .."
MAYONNAISE ..o..... ..........32. 99
SHOWBOAT $ $. 1 : 2 3 s 00
PORK 'N BEANS ........... ......... soz /
f SURE FINE 9
APPLE JUICE.......... ..............64. 99
VEG-ALL wi$. /$00<
MIXED VEGETABLES .................... soz. 2/
MR. P'S
SPIZ ZA..................:......... z. 2/$100
CALIFORNIA FRESH ., ,
ICEBERG LETTUCE .... ...................... JB. 79
FLORIDA FRESH LARGE : .' .
VINE RIPE TOMATOES ...................-B.
LARGE M L N ". ': .i E A Q '
WATERMELONS ...O.: ...... .... EACH $45


:2


Hours: Monday through Saturday
,, 7 am 10 pm Sunday 8 am 8 pm
M 2Oi208 Monumei't Ave. Port St. Joe
A tPhpne 229-8808 '
Beer andsWnn


Beer and Wine
Western Union -Money Orders! I
Thank You for Your Support!


4.4


Wewa Paint & Body

760 Highway 71 N.
Free Estimates,,`

6 3 9,215 7.
We Could Even Fix This!
; ,Danny Voyles, Owner


JAMES C. "BO" BRAY
Sales Representative


TOMMY THOMAS
CHEVROLET
(850) 785-5221
TOLL FREE
1-800-;42-7131
2251 W. 23rd Street
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA 32405


BAKINIJG
rRA IlTrl I '



69"SLWJJB


I


, I


r I


w,


J

1










PAE1ATE TR OT T O.F *TUSA, A ,19


EVERYDAY SHOULD BE
MOTHER'S DAY


We see enough Moms to know they watch and care
after their family's health. They are totally dedicated
k* even to the sometime neglect of their own health. And
so, we feel that one official day a year is not nearly
enough to honor Mother.
We hope everyone will join with us in proclaiming
yU the rest of this year as "Mother's Year" and we promise W
V to do every thing in our pharmacy that we possibly can :
to make her job easier. From prompt dependable
service to complete stocks of every health need, Mom
can depend on us.

WE PROUDLY ACCEPT MOST INSURANCE '
U PLANS AND PRESCRIPTION CARDS. |
.... .. Sto

Buzzet's Dr, g Store .
Qualify Pharmacy Service Since 1951
S 317 Williams Avenue Port st. Joe V
*Convenient Drive-Through Window *Revlon Cosmetics A
SCarlton Cards -Russell Stover Candles

*iwi: C(850) 229-8771 R*esTu


Kiwanis Club Tourney Results


Wonderfully nice weather
blessed over 90 golfers who took
part in the Port St. Joe Kiwanis
Club's annual golf tournament for
charity on Saturday, April 24. at
the St. Joseph Bay Country Club.
Twenty-three teams of four
players each teed off to play 18,
holes of golf. chase 8600 in prize
money, and help raise funds for
the various charities supported by
the Kiwanis Club.
Following the tournament,
the participants and many of their
spouses feasted on a meal of
hamburgers and hot dogs. Dr.
Robert King presided over the
awards ceremony. The team of
Missy Vaughan. Fred Fitzgerald,
and Eldon and Eric Scholles took
first place and the S300 prize
money. Many others won door
and hole prizes that were present-
ed during the ceremony.
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
thanks the following businesses
and individuals for their generos-
ity and support of the 1999 Kiwa-
nis Club Select Shot Golf Tourna-
ment: Capital City Bank (cook-out
sponsor): Patrons-Rish. Gibson
& Scholz. P.A.. T. Michael Tucker.
CPA, St. Joe Timberland Compa-
ny. Gulf County Sheriff Frank
McKeithen. Citizens Federal Sav-
ings Bank. Robert G. Kerrigan.


Also, James D. Campbell.
DDS, MS, Orthodontics. Duren's
Piggly Wiggly, GT Com. Judge
Robert M. Moore. Billy Canrr Auto
Sales, Florida Power Corporation.
Prudential Resort Realty-St.
Joseph Bay Office. Bayside Lum-
ber, Prudential Resort Realty-St.
George Island, St. Joe Ace Hard-
ware, and Action Fire and Safety.
Thanks to "Hole Sponsors"-
Preble-Rish, Inc., Keith L. Jones.
CPA. Gulf Fabricating, Linda's
Restaurant, Pie's Food Store &
Discount Liquors, Hannon Insur-
ance, Dog Grooming Plus, Marley
& Associates, Ralph C. Roberson,
CPA. Costin Insurance Agency,
Directors of St. Joe Papermakers
Federal Credit Union. Costin &
Costin, Attorneys. Radio Shack,
Thompson-Rish Realty. Frank D.
May, DMD, Dixie Divers of Pana-
ma City, and Lee's Auto Repair.
Kiwanis Club members would
also like to thank the St. Joseph
Bay Country Club Board of Direc-
tors and staff. David and Patricia
Warriner. The Star Publishing
Company, Robin Downs, and all
the participating golf teams.
The proceeds of the tourna-
ment will enable the Kiwanis to
fund college scholarships and
other community projects.


Sharks Win Regional Championship

Qualify 11 Boys for State Track and Field Competition


Last Thursday, the boys'
track and field team competed in
the Region I North Champion-
ships at Florida State University.
Twenty teams took part in the
meet with athletes competing for
a top four finish which would
qualify them for the state track
and field meet.
In the boys' competition. Port
St. Joe won seven of the 17
events, scoring 142.5 points to
win the team championships.
Placing second with 130
points was Macla., followed by
North Florida Christian and
FAMU who tied for third with 89
points.
The remaining teams who
placed (listed in order of place-
ment) in the meet were: Pensacola
Christian (57.5): Wewvahitchka
(47); Graceille (28.5): Liberty

County (25); Jay (23.5); Havana
Northside (13.51, Paxton (5.5)-
Navarre (5); Freeport (3): Baker
(3); and Milton Central (1).
Placing first In their respec- .
tive events vere: Travis Woullard,,
shot put (51'8"): Tremaine LewiW.
discus (146'7"); Josh Todd, pole
vault (130"); Rod Chambers. 110
hurdles (15.61) and 300 hurdles
(41.14); and Rod Givens, 1600-
meters (4:27.44) and 3200 meters
(9:52.63).
Placing second in the meet
were: Davin Baxter, discus
(141'9"); Mario Swanston, 400
meters (51.91); Mark Williams,
300 hurdles (41.97); and the
4x400 relay team of Bonjour Hill
(53.8), Chambers (53.0), Williams
(52.9), and Givens (54.2) with a
Woullard, discus (138'7"1: and
Lewis, shot put (44'0").

Golt Spring
Savings Offer
If April 15th and the tax man
left you with very little green to
spend on the green, then the
American Lung Association of
Florida-Northwest Region can
help you spend your spring where
it should be spent-on the golf
course.
Starting May 1st, for only
820, you can purchase a Golf
Privilege Card and receive free or
reduced greens fees at more than
600 courses In Florida, Alabama,
Georgia and Mississippi, and 25
of those courses are right here in
Northwest Florida. You can save
even more when you purchase
three cards for $60 and get one
FREE. The offer ends June'30th.
Card purchases support pro-
grams from smoking cessation to
asthma education, so everyone
breathes a little easier when you
save. Call 478-5864 or 1-800-
LUNG USA for more information.
Gulf Coast Seminole Club
Organizational Meeting
The Gulf Coast Seminole Club
will be holding its annual organi-
zational meeting at Butler's
Restaurant on Thursday. May
6th, at 6:30 p.m.
The election for upcoming
officers and directors will be held.
Planning will begin for the year's
upcoming events. A special invita-
tion is extended to those who
would like to become a member of
the Gulf Coast Seminole Club.
Come join in the fun.

If YOU See News Happening.,

Call The Star at 227-1278


B OOM...... .. ...... W


Rod Chambers and Mark Williams placed first and second in the 300 hurdles in last week's
regionals and qualified for the 'state meet. They are shown stretching it out, neck and neck, in a
recent meet held at the Port St. Joe track facility.


combined time of 3:34.05.
Finishing third were:

Lady Sharks Track
and Field Takes 6th

at North Regionals
This past Thursday. the Port
St. Joe Lady Sharks track and
field team traveled to Tallahassee
where they finished In sixth place
out of 23 schools in the North
Regional Championships.
Three school records were set
with Jessica Hill running 2:21.5
In the 800, Maclain Howse run-
ning 13:09.1 in the 3200, and the
4x800 relay team of Jessica,
Maclain. Latrika Quinn. and
Melissa King posting a time of
10:32.5.
Qualifying for the state finals
In Gainesville were Lacey
Johnson with a second place fin-
ish in the pole vault and a third
place in the shot put. and the
school record-setting 4x800 relay
team of Jessica. Maclain, Latrika
and Melissa.
Also scoring points for Ithe
Sharks were Lacey with a sixth
place In the discus: Latrika and
Melissa with a sixth and eighth
place finish in the 400 run: Leslie
White with eighth place in the
pole vault; and Jessica. sixth
place in the 1600 run.
"I was very pleased with the
effort our team gave, not only at
regionals, but the entire season.
We set five school records with
Lacey raising her pole vault
record to 9 feet; Maclain lowering
both the 1600 and 3200 run
records; Jessica setting a new
standard in the 800; and the
4x800 relay team beating the old'
record by more than 45 seconds.
It speaks highly of the effort these
girls gave. beginning with cross
country and extending through-
out the year," said Coach Vernon
Eppinette.
"I'm confident they'll do well
at the state championships this
Friday." he concluded.


Other members of the team
who place among the top eight in
their events were: Baxter, fifth in
shot put (41'5"); Swanston, sixth
In 200 meters (24.04); Hill. sixth
in long jump (20'3"); Jerell
Showers, seventh in pole vault
(8'0"); and Kyron Bailey. eighth in
110 hurdles (19.53).
"We really had a great meet!
We placed first in seven events.
set one school record, set a new
school record for points in a
region meet (142.51: and qualified
11 athletes for the state meet."
said Coach Scott Gowan.
Junior Rod Givens set a new
school record in the 1600 meters
(4:27.44). breaking the old record
of 4:28.7 set by Gabe Clark in
1997. Rod's time of 9:52.44 in the


3200 meters was also faster than
the existing state record of
9:58.95, set by Donnie
McCammon of Trinity Prep last
year.
State Meet Outlook
Port St. Joe will enter the
meet along with Maclay as the
pre-meet favontes. Other teams'
who could contend for the team
title are Trinity Prep. Moore
Haven, Northside Christian. and
Westminster Academy.
"If we prepare well this week
and stay focused, then we will
have an opportunity to win. We
have 16 chances to score-eight,
field and eight track-and every
athlete that qualified is capable of
placing among the' top.eight and
scoring points," Gowan conclud-
ed.


ee's Automotive Repair




1930 West Highway 98, Highland View (850) 227-9696-
Tires Brakes Four i'teel Computer Alignment Tune- Ups
S.411l Exhaust t'ork Air Conditioning Service c' Repair
Oil Change Special $19.95
ALL WORK GUARANTEED! Owned and Operated by Lee Cannon







*Custom Clubs *Club Repair eGolf
Merchandise -Golf Lessons -Gift Certificates
Mon., Tues.,.Thurs., Fri.: 10 a.m. -noon
Wed, and Sat., 0l am. 1 p.m..
302-A Reid Avenue,
Port St. Joe

850-229-9249


I- C SH


I 4U-lU nr


anu


I HH1131


IUin-225 Hr i-- -il
Get on the water this spring with a little extra cash in your pocket. Right now,
Suzuki is offering cash rebates of up to $500 on selected new outboards pur-
chased between April 1 and June 30, 1999.
Choosene of our brawny V6 EFI outboards, or one of our fuel-injected Inline
4s. If you need something in the mid-range, there are cash rebates on our
proven 85 through 140 horsepower models, too. You can even get cash back on
our award-winning portable and mid-range 4-strokes.
Stop by your Suzuki Marine dealer today and find out why Suzuki outboards rep-
resent the best in performance-and value. A little extra cash never hurt either.


tIN BL4A

MARINE
301 Monument Ave. Port St. Joe
Phone (850) 229-6330


FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.
I can't stress this' enough.
baily brushing and flossing are
essential to prevent decay, bad
breath and resist plaque forma-
tion which contributes to the long-
term development of gum dis-
ease. Here's how to do it right.
BRUSHING. Use a soft bris-
tle brush with a straight handle
and flat brushing surface. Use a
dentist-recommended toothpaste
to help prevent tooth decay. Put
the brush inside your teeth, with
the tips pointed toward the gum
line at a 4500 angle.
Use short back and forth
strokes about a half tooth wide.
Make several passes with a gen-
tle scrubbing motion before mov-


*SUZUKLI
MARINE
Offe, applies to new Suuki outboard motor, f.om 9.9-225 HP purchased
"/1/99 6/30/99. See participtiing dealer fo.r ,taitl. Suzuki encourages
you to operate your outboard safety and r,,ponsibly.


Brushing-


Flossing

ing to the next area.
FLOSSING. Wind about 18
inches of floss around one of your"'
middle fingers. Wind the remain-.
ing floss around the same finger
of your opposite hand. Hold floss
tightly between thumbs and fore-
fingers, with one. inch of floss
between them. No slack. Gently-.
saw between your teeth.
At the gumline, curve It into a
C-shape against one tooth and
slide It into the space between
gum and tooth until you feel resis-
tance. Doing it right can save you
more problems than the dentist
can.

Over the past twelve years, Dr. May and
his staff have satisfied thousands of indi-
viduals by delivering state of the art,
painless dentistry in a gentle and caring
manner. Can Dr. May help you? Call 227-
1123 for a Risk Free consultation.


CALL 227-1123 FOR A RISK FREE CONSULTATION.
STATE OF THE ART, PAINLESS DENTISTRY WITH A SMALL TOWNTOUCH!


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOB, FL o THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999


PAGE 12A








THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999


Citizens of Tomorrow


Photos Furnished to The Star by Interpress Studios


Andrew, 10, and Angela, sev- Jacklyn, four year old
en, children of Lavon and daughter of Jack and Karen
Tammy Canington of Oak Collinsworth of Port St. Joe.
Grove.


Samantha, five month old
daughter of William and
Kelli Ford of Port St. Joe.


Brittany, six, Haylie, four,
Sand Taylor, one, children of
Barbara Hasty of Wewa-
hitchka.


Morgan, three year old son Haleigh McDaniel, 20 month
of Ken and Valeria Kenning- old daughter of Jessica
ton of Port'St. Joe. White and Jimmy McDaniel
of Port St. Joe.


.4..i


'..


I,


'~K~ y;
1.'t'


Samantha, five years, and Nicholas, three year old son
Kyle, one month, children of of Warren and Shannon
Nic and Tina Nicodemus of Renfro of Port St. Joe.
Port St. Joe Beach.


Briana, three year old
daughter of Kevin and Cindy
Thomas of Highland View.


Harley, 10 month old son of
David and Tina Whitfleld of
Port St. Joe.


McKayla, two and a half year
old daughter of Robert and
Melody Woodham of Oak
Grove.


Muscular Dystrophy

Seeks Camp Counselors


Will Be Called on
To Assist Youth at
Rish State Camp
The- Mu'seula-r Dystrophy
Association is currently seeking
applications from people who
would like to volunteer for a week
at the MDA summer camp in Port
'0 St. Joe.
Volunteers act as companions
to children or teenagers with neu-
romuscular diseases during the
camp session to be held July 10
through 16. Counselors must be
at least 16 years old and able to
lift a child. They will be called
upon to push wheelchairs and

Country Club Tees Up
For Ladies Golf Tourney
The Ladies Golf Association of
St. Joseph's Bay Country Club
will hold its annual Ladies
Invitational Golf Tournament pn
Thursday, May 6, with partici-
pants from Tallahassee to.
Niceville. The tournament is
sponsored by Wewahitchka State
Bank..
The ladies will play for low
gross championship and for low
net flight honors. A luncheon and
the awarding of prizes will follow
play. David Carl Gaskin will pre-
sent the championship prize.
The Ladies Golf Association
particularly thanks the many area
donors who, with their generous
donations, help make this tour-
nament possible,


assist with grooming, dressing
and feeding, plus help kids partic-
ipate in the fun actiLities that
come with summer camp: includ-
ing swimming, horseback nding,
arts and crafts and canoeing.
"Camp is the highlight of the'
summer for the campers and
many volunteers. It is one week of
the year when youngsters with
muscle-wasting disorders are
fully able to participate In a wide
range of group outdoor actiitiUes
that are tailored for their limited
mobility." says Kimberly Mayden,
MDA Regional Director, "This
camp has a relaxed atmosphere
which allows campers to develop
self-confidence and form lifelong
relationships."
More than 4,000 campers are
expected to attend MDA camps
this year. With the help of one-on-
one volunteers, campers will
enjoy arts. crafts. and recreation
and nature activities.
MDA is a national voluntary
health agency dedicated to finding
treatments and cures for 40 neu-
romuscular diseases affecting
more than a million Americans.
The Association receives no gov-
ernmental grants. nor does it seek
fees from families it serves.
For more information or to
volunteer, call the MDA office in
St. Petersburg at (727) 576-5202.
or MDA National headquarters at'
(800)-572-1717. Information ab-
out MDA programs and research
advances is also available on
MDA's website at' www.mda-
usa.org.


Better Rates


for Better Drivers




Talk to us about how safe drivers can save.


ROY SMITH, LAURA RAMSEY, CINDY WARD

HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
Phone (850) 227-1133

Being in good hands is the only place to be.m
1997 Allstate Insurance Company, Northbrook, Illinois. Subject to local availability and qualifications.
Other terms, conditions and exclusions may apply.


Handgun Safety Course is Being Offered at GCCC


Gulf Coast Community Safety" course will be held on
College will offer a "Basic Wednesday. Thursday. and
Handgun Safety" course on Friday. May 19 to 21. from 6 to
Saturday. May 15, from 8 a.m. to 8:45 p.m. This course will empha-
6 p.m. This course Is required for size safety and training on the
a concealed weapon permit. There firearms training simulator.
is a $27 fee for Florida residents. Students should provide 250
Students should provide 50, rounds of ammunition, plus ear
rounds of ammunition. plus ear protection and eye protection. The
and eye protection. 'f.baslc class is a prerequisite.
There is a $24 fee for Florida res-
An "Advanced Handgun dents.


Advanced registration is
required through the Office of
Lifelong located on the second
floor of the Student Union Fast
Building. Registration hours are
Monday through Thursday. 8
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Friday. 8
a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Registration deadline is the
Wednesday prior to the class date.
For more information, or if ser-


includes
175 anytime wireless minutes a month
plus
residential and wireless long distance
as low as 9g per minute
plus
local numeric paging at no extra charge
visit
your nearest ALLTEL store today.


vices are needed for disabled stu-
dents. call 872-3823.


Thanks!
Thanks for the many cards.
visits, food and prayers for me
during my recent illness and hos-
pitalization and recovery.
Layla Jean Adkison


Motorola ProfileTM
300 Phone


mA1LLIEL
The power to simplify


www.alltel.com
Visit the ALLTEL representative at Wal-Mart or one of these convenient locations or call 1-888-238-7510 for the store nearest you:


Tallahassee
1410 Market St.
847-4119
M-F 8-6. Sat 10-6


Tallahassee
Tallahassee Mall
847-411.9
M-Sat 10-9,
Sun 12:30-5:30


Port St. Joe
200 Reid Ave.
227-1000
M-F 8-5


Ft. Walton
133 Beal Pkwy. NW
664-2000
M-F 8-6, Sal 9-5


Niceville
4576 Hwy 20 East
729-1001
M-F 9-6, Sal 9-5


Tallahassee Marianna Crestview
1801-B S. Monroe St, Panama City 2811 Hwy. 71 Crestview Corners Shopping Center
847-4120 2503 Hwy. 77 N 526-7700 2505 S. Ferdon Blvd.
M-F 8-6 785-7000 M-F 8-5, Salt 9:30-1:30 682-1799
M-F 9-6, Sat 9-5 M-F 9-6, Sal 9-5
12-month contract and credit approval required. Customer will receive 175 minutes a month for the first six months and 100 minutes a month for every month thereafter. Package minutes apply to calls in the SuperZone
area. This plan is not available for ValuShare. Long distance is 9 cents a minute on interstate calls and 12 cents a minute on intrastate calls. Offer available in above locations only. Other restrictions and additional charges
may apply. See store for details. 1999 ALLTEL Corporation.


II





Combine your communication



services and save.


- iE 1


Allstm
You're in gmod h Et ... I.s,;. ]


.I


`'' '








PAGE 2B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999


Baccalaureate Reception Set At St. James


Plans Announced at
Churchwomen's Meeting
St. James Episcopal Church


will host its 39th Baccalaureate
Reception for the Class of 1999 of
Port St. Joe High School and their
families on Sunday, May 23rd,


MEDITATIONS OF A
(1ulnntrg lrracrhrr

By LOWELL F. ADAMS


Praise to Thy
Mother
"Forsake not the
counsel of thy mother."
Proverbs 1:8


.11 THERS DAY is an important day in the homes of
most Americans, and that is as it should be. In fact,
our mothers are due our fondest admiration and
ving attention every day of our lives.
All through the Scriptures, we are urged to pay attention to
the wise counsel and instructions of our mothers and fathers.
However, the sententious and wise instructions in the book of
Proverbs are especially notable. The first seven chapters of
Proverbs are primarily directed to the children of mothers.
Verse 2 of chapter 1 says it is written so that children could
"Know wisdom and instruction." and verse 8 says "My son
(children) listen to the instruction of your father, and do not
forsake the law and counsel of your mother."
Except for the love of the Heavenly Father, there is no love
that can compare with the love of a mother for her children. The
instructions of a Christian mother will always deliver wisdom,
knowledge and understanding. A wise person will receive her
counsel and instructions, for they are wise. They will be like an
ornament of grace about their head., and as a beautiful chain of
gold about their neck.. Wisdom is becoming to anyone.
"The fear of the Lord is the begiinmng of knowledge; but
fools despise wisdom and instruction." (Prov. 1o7)
"If you will receive my words. and hide my counsel and
commandments with you; so that you incline your ear unto
wisdom, and apply your heart to understanding; then shall you
understand the respect and fear of the Lord. For the Lord gives
wisdom, knowledge and understanding. For God keeps safe the
paths of judgement, and protects and preserves the way of His
children." (Prov. 2:1-8)
Mothers are the greatest blessing God ever provides.
Nothing this side of heaven may ever outshine the blessing of
the Christian home of ai loving mother. Some of us can no
longer honor mother, except by living the values she bestowed
upon us. But she probably knows, as she looks down upon us.


BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
311 Columbus St. St Joe Beach, FL 32456
A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
j 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 Meering, Bible Study & Prayer Meeting; Choir Practice 7:00 pm
'O taste and see that the Lord is good. blessed ii r he man thar ,rusrer', in Him."
Please accetr t this invitatcionh to join ns in worship. God blhsi vouhI
Pastor David Nichols Church 647-5026 -Home 769-8725
For inm'omation concerning our bus ministry, please call 647-5026-


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



first United Methodist Ciurch
111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL'32410

Sunday Worship
Services ........... 9:00. a.m. and 11:00 a.m. CT

MINISTERING TO THE BEACHES HAND-IN-HAND
Rev. Ted Lovelace; Pastor. Dr. John Anderson, Music Director
Parsonage Phone: 648-4424 Diana Sealey,
Office Phone: 648-8820 Youth and Children's Director


THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

ST. JAMES' 800 22nd STREET PORT ST. JOE
7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET)
X+ Sunday School 9:45

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

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor


God'

love


Discover God's Love!


Discover God's Love!
Everyone welcome

Long Avenue
BAPTIST CHURCH
1601 Long Avenue, Port St. Joe 229-8691 Z
Worship Sundays at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Bible Study Sundays at 9:45 a.m. and 5 p.m. (for
Wednesday Children & Youth Missions at 7 p.m.'


all ages)


Prayer and Bible Study at 7 p.m.
Adult Praise Choir at 8 p.m.
Mark Jones, minister of music & youth


immediately following the service.
Diana Sealey, chairman of
the event, announced final plans
at the churchwomen's meeting on
Monday, May 3rd. It will be held
in Coldewey Hall of the church.
Hazel Sims presided at the
meeting and Jacque Huft gave the
opening and closing prayers.
Helen Quackenbush read a
letter of appreciation for the
"Spring Day Away" meeting held
for all churches in the diocese. A
letter of appreciation from Church
World Services was read by Carol
Utzinger for the contribution of
blankets for children.
The final meeting of St.,


Margaret's Guild will be at the
home of Betty Fensom in Mexico
Beach at noon on Monday, May
17.


Third Annual
Youth Banquet
The New Bethel Baptist
Church will hold its third annual
youth banquet on May 8, at 7:00
p.m. The featured speaker will be
Lanetta Bell.
The occasion is intended for
boys and girls ages nine through
12. Remember, to dress in your
best Sunday attire. Please stop by
and enijov the food.


IIn II Timothy 1:5, we find "I
am reminded of your sincere
faith, a faith which dwelt first in
Oliver F. Taylor your grandmother Lois and your
Visitation Minister, First mother Eunice and now, I am
United Methodist Church sure, dwells in you."
As we approach "Mother's Day" I am reminded of
my mother. Many Of you have this same feeling. My
mother kept the faith as many Christian mothers do.
At. bedtime, she saw that' we attended to our
prayers. Dad was away from home often, as he worked
on the railroad. Not any meals were eaten without grace.
Mother saw to this. Regular attendance at Sunday
school and worship service was the norm, not an option.
I thank God often that I was raised in a Christian
home. My mother's faith had a great influence upon my
life. It was a natural thing when I accepted Christ as my
personal Savior. We can all say, thank God for Christian
mothers.



King Scheduled to Soup & Salad
Speak at PSJ Church Lunch Planned


of God In Christ


Rev. Edward King, Program
Director/Coordinator for the
Jessie Pall duPont Foundation,
will be the speaker for the 11:00
a.m. worship service. being 'held
on the first Sunday in Junie-att"e
Port St. Joe Church of God in
Christ.

Everyone is welcome to
attend and hear the special mes-
sage. A representative from each-
area church is requested to show
appreciation for Rev. King's
unending support to the Port St.,
Joe community.


Everyone is invited to First
Baptist, Church of Port St.- Joe
from Monday to Thursday, May
10th to. 13th, between the hours
of 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. for a
soii'afid saiftd lnch' aid 'to heart
evangelist Tom; rGilliam.n from', the'
Bible Truth Ministry of
Winterville, Georgia.
This series of lunch and mes-
sages welcomes everyone in the
community to. join in at no
charge. The topic of the messages
will be "Jesus on Leadership".
For more' detailed informa-
tion, contact Edward Hill at 647-
. 8417, anytime. Special Note--You
don't want to miss this blessing!


JESUS CHRIST HIS MESSAGE OUR SOURCE

Liberty Bible Church
S1Welcomes You To Its Scrvices

hi Sunday Morning Service 10 a.m.
102 Liberty Manor Circle Port St. Joe

Pastor Guy Labonte Phone 648-5912


P" C Port ofVicto y"

R1First Chuck of tke )Nazaene
2420 Long AVenui.* Port St, 3oe Floida 32456.
(850) 229-9596
Sunday School ........... a.m. l ,.e a,,ito \tle Lot ,d thle glory
Sunday Morning Worship ............... 1 a.m J e -+'I. i.ame, o'-slip le
Sunday Evening Worship ............... 6 p.m. Lod ,in fle beoLv, of lholiness.
Wednesday Evening Service ............. 7 p.m. Psal, 129 2

\' | 'The friendly place to worship!

1First Baptist Church
Mexico Beach Jim Davis, Pastor
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
orSfOr Worship Sundays at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
jpv .ol Bible Study Sundays at 9:00 a.m. (all'ages)
S OV- Wednesday Adult Prayer and Bible Study at 6:00 p.m.
Please note, all times central
Located at 823 N. 15th St., Mexico Beach Corner of 15th & California *,648-5776




CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


Bible Study:
9 a.m. Sunday
6 p.m. Wednesday


Worship:
9:30 a.m. Sunday
Nursery


Call 229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32457
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


United Methodist
Women In Style
The United Methodist Women
will be sponsoring a fashion show
and luncheon on Saturday, .May
15, at 12:00 noon in the
Fellowship Hall of the First United
Methodist Church of Port St. Joe.'
The Beachwalk, Turtles, Alines,
and Veils and Tails will be model-
ing their spring fashions. In addi-
tion to the fashion show 'and lun-
cheon, there will also be enter-
tainment and door prizes.
Tickets are $10 and can be
purchased at the church office or
by contacting any U.M.W. mem-
ber, All proceeds will be used to
help support local community
social action projects.


Haley to Speak
from PC Pulpit
-Pastor John L. Haley, Jr., of
the Port St. Joe Church of God in
Christ will, be! speaking on the
fifth Sunday in May at the Holy
Temple Church of God in Christ
in Panama City. Service will begin
at, 11:00 a.m.,, and ,everyone is
invited to attend.


Burn-Out Program
The Concerned Christian
Society, along with the New
Bethel A.M.E. family, will sponsor
a burn-out program for Sister
Paula Coachman at the church on
Friday, May 7th, beginning at
7:30 p.m.
For making special dona-
tions, along with those by area
churches and organizations,
please see Commissioner Nathan
Peters, Sister Pearlie Fields, or
Sister Winnie Hamilton (229-
6405).

Fellowship Week
A week of praise and worship,
vMith various pastors and minis-
ters of local churches. will be held,
May 3rd through 7th. at '7:30-
p.m., ET. nightly at the Body of
Christ Jesus Church, located at
106 Harbor Street in Port St. Joe.'
Pastor wilhelmina Swanston
encourages everyone to attend'
and hear the anointed preaching,
and join in the prayer as everyone
enjoys the fellowship. -
If YOU See News Happening.,,

Call The Star at 227-1278


Come Find Out What All the Excitement Is at 2247 Hwy. 71
(1/10 mile north'ot Overstreet Roa;d). .

The Church of Christ
in Wewahitchka wants to make a difference irtiyour life.
Sunday School ........:. .. 9 a.m. CDT
S Worship Ser ice ... .". .. . .. 10 a.m. CDT
,-Sunday Evening Worship .................... 5 p.m. CDT
Wednesday Bible Study ..... .. . ..p.m. CDT
KEN BUTTERWORTH, minister


Come and Be Blessed!
Fellowship Church of Praise
302 Martin Luther King Blvd. Port St. Joe
Sunday School ... ..... ............................... ..... ..10 a.m.
Morning Service ............................... .......................... 1 a.m.
Tuesday Bible Stud ..................... ...... ....... 7 .m..
Thursday Praise & Worship ........................ 7 p.m.
"GOD CAN DO YOU GOOD!"
ROSA L. GARLAND, pastor


tJ. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
D CHURCH vt
Sjxtenth Srree ,
508 Sixteenth Street *. 227-1756 ...
Sunday Worship. ...... 10 a.m.
Adult School ..........11 a.m. _
*Sunday School -c
*Young Children o
*Nursery A% ailable
Pastor Rev. J. Reid Cameron Hg,,ay 71/ CecI Cos /


irst Ba tist C/iT-rch
102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE
Allen Welborn Buddy Caswell .
Pastor Minister-of Music & Youth, ni
Sunday School ............. .. 9:45 am
Worship Service ... : . ... ... 1'1:00 am
SDisciple training ... .. . 6:00 pm
Evening Worship .'. . . ..- 7:00 pm.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting ............7:00 pm.
K "THE. EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP" -

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

FAITH BISLE CHURCH
801 20th Street Port St. Joe 229-6707
4. Rev. Bill Taylor, Pastor
Sunday School ... ....... 10:00 a.m.
Morning Service . . 11:00 a.m.
I Evening Service . .... . 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m.
Home of FAITH CHRISTIAN SCHOOL


Constitution and Monument
SPort 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


rce Baptist h
6a BUT TH05E WHO HOPE IN THE LORD WILL
RENEW THEIR STRENGTH. THE WILL 50AR ON
WINGS5 LIKEEAQLE5 I5AIAH 40:31'
Come Celebrate this Lord's Day With Us!
Upstairs Capital City Bank Building
Bible Study at 9 a.m., Sunday Worship at 1o a.m. and 5 p.m.
Bruce Duty, Pastor Study: 227-2583
Church: 227-1180 http://www.homtown.com/grace


k


I


a.


w ffeaw










'VUP OTAD PAPT Qi. T.IT!;10 X **=.' AIY ,.flpflAGE 3B


4eCct ?acde


S'4 Ry: Rehekh Copfie


1998-'99
New faces were seen Monday
and Tuesday of this week as a vis-
iting team came, to check the
school to look for possible areas of
improvement.
Congratulations to Jessica Hill
for being chosen as one of Disney
World's Dreamers and Doers.
Jessica will be honored at an
awards ceremony on Wednesday
in Orlando along with other
Florida students.
SAlso,; congratulations to
Krystal Tharpe. .Krystal is the
recipient of a $500 scholarship
from the teachers' society of Delta
Kappa Gamma.
: The band,will participate in a
performance and then travel to
Universal Studios in Orlando on
4 Friday and Saturday.
On Saturday. May 8, cap and
gown portraits-will be taken in the
Student Activity Room from 9:00
a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Girls need to
bring cap, gown, and jewelry; and
guys 'need to bring cap, gown,
shirt and tie.
SGA elections are Tuesday,
May 11.
All library books are due back
in the Media Center:, by
Wednesday, .May 12. ,
The baseball team became the
District Champs in its victory over
Wewahitchka (25-18). The first
round for Regionals began on
Tuesday. May 4, when they played
Sneads at 7:30 p.m.


The girls' track and field
team will compete this Friday at
state in Gainesville. Lacey
Johnson will compete in the shot
put and pole vault. Jessica Hill,
Maclain Howse, Latrika .Quinnl
and Melissa King will run the
4x800 relay.
Congratulations to the boys'
track and field team, on its per-
fArmance in last Thursday's
Region I North Championships.
The Sharks won seven events, set
one school record, qualified A11
athletes for state, and scored
142.5 points to win the 20-team
meet.
Placing first in their respec-
tive events were Travis Woullard
(shot put), 'Tremaine Lewis (dis-.
cus), Josh Todd (pole vault), Rod
Chambers (110 and 300 hur-
dles), and Rod Givens (1600' and
3200 meters).
Rod's time of 4:27.44 set a,
new school record in. the' 1600
meters.
Friday, the boys' track and:
field team will compete in the,
Class 2A State' Track "& Field
Championships in Gainesville.
The Sharks will be seeking their-
sixth straight title. Good luck,:
Sharks!! .
Port St. Joe High School
Awards Day ceremony will be
Monday, May 10, from 12:00
until 1:00 p.mn., in the gymna-
sium. All parents, friends, and
members of the community
are invited to attnd.


PORT ST.-JOE,

MiddIle

Schol Niews.'.


By: Katie Geoghagan
S Congratulations to Alicia
Feinell,, Robert Dykes. Zach
Roney, and Katrina Mork for
being nominated "Students of the
Week".
Congratulations also to the
new Beta Club inductees. They
include Collins Abrams, Jessica
Bland, Randi Boddye. Shawna
Bond. Kimberly Burkert, Shanna
Collier. Jessica Ford, Lacey,
Franklin. Andrea Gaylor, Heather
Henderson, Jonathan Howse,
Steven Lucas, Whitnev Nixon,
Charissa Powell, Traci Richard-
son, Jessica Rogers, Anna Salzer,
Laura Seay, Megan :Todd, Josh
Watkins;and Joseph Wood.
S.Along the lines of Beta Club,
the induction ceremony will be
held on Tuesday. May 11 th. at
10:00 a.m., and willbe held in the
gymnasium. A reception will fol-,
low for all Beta Club members,
and the new inductees' families.
Other events of the Beta Club
are "Hat.Day", on which students
may wear hats if they purchase a
ticket, to help fund.a scholarship
for S200.00 to a deserving senior.
The club would like to thank,
all parents- who participated in
,the Personality Inventory for
Children, which' al;b' helps fund
the scholarship.
Another, word of thanks goes
out to all of the teachers.
Sometimes we don't tell them how
much we appreciate them, but
they're here to help us further our
education and they'do a great job..
Thanks!
Girl Power would like to
extend appreciation to those who
allowed them to participate in
'"Shadow Day". Girl Power was
also able to further their learning


Gulf County Schools
", Lunch Menu.
MAY 10 -.14, 1999.

MON- Chicken Nuggets,
Tater Tots, Orange, Graham
Crackers, and Milk.
TUES- Chili, Peanut Butter
Sandwich, Celery Stic~ks,
Banana Pudding, and Milk.
.WEDS- Beef Patty with Bun,
.French Fries, Applesauce
Jello. Carrot Sticks, and Milk.
THURS- Turkey with
i-Noodles, Mashed potatoes,
,Green Beans, Peaches, Rolls,
.and Milk.
FRI- Sausage Pizza, Tossed
Salad, Pears, Bread Sticks
with Dressing, and Milk.
MENUS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE
TO AVAILABILITY OF FOOD PRODUCTS.


of the court system on "Court"
Day", when they attended a hear-
ing last Tuesday.' 'i
Any girl presently in the sixth
or seventh grade that Is interested
in attending Girl Power Camp
should pick up an entry form in
Room #306 (Mrs. Williams' room).
This year's participants will
attend a workshop in Walt Disney
World.
Once again, thanks goes out
to our teachers for 'putting up
with us. ,
'Good luck to the track team-
as they go to state, and to the PSJ.
Middle School Band as It plays at
Universal Studios tomorrow.
'Mrs.' Williams would like to
remind all eighth graders: that
their history projects are due Ma\,
12! "


"Students Of The Week"
Congratulations to this
Week's "Students of the Week". .
Melissa Stuart, Jasey Powell,,
Chase Butler, Jackee Whitfield,,
Kevin Quaranta, and Lauren
Wells.
Pennies Count
Our school collected $255.24
that will be donated to the Gulf,
County Scholarship Program.
Way to go, Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School!
Track and Field Day
Track and Field Day will be
held on Friday, May 7, at
Wewahitchka Elementary School.
Everyone, is encouraged to wear
their Bulldog t-shirt. Parents are
invited to attend.
Volunteer Appreciation Week
S May 10 to 14 is "Volunteer
Appreciation Week" at Port St. Joe
Elementary School. During the
.1998-99 school year, our 47 vol-
unteers have contributed 2;206
hours, to our school.:
We would like to express our,
thanks to the following people for
their 'service ,during this school


Congratulations, Jeremy!
Jeremy Pridgeon, of
Wewahitchka, graduated cum
laude from the University of West
Florida on Saturday, May 1st.
with a Bachelor of Arts degree in
social sciences. Jeremy is a mem-
ber of Phi Kappa Phi, and the;
Golden Key National Honor
Society. both of which recognize'
leadership and academic excel-,
lence.
Jeremy is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Pridgeon of Wewa, and
the grandson of Melissa Butler of
Pensacola. His mother, Rhonda
Pridgeon, teaches first grade at
WES.

Jessica Price is "Student of
the Week"
Nicki Little. library aide,
Schose thethe I year old daughter of
Kenny and Kim Price as the
"Student of the Week". Jessica
loves to skate and play with her
friend Tabitha Daniels.
Some of her favorites are: TV
show. "Saved By the Bell"; color,
blue; knd song, "Butterfly Kisses".
Jessica hopes to visit Disneyworld


. Fait
extend
to stop
our anr
Tuesday
our regi


"r ::a.m unt
'special
FrOM' and get
Mar
the ." apart
Carniva
SPriipal"schedul
,L'booth,

Wewahitchka

High School
by Larry A: Mathes from


SCHEDULES!
Both the baseball and softball'
teams are still in the hunt. The.
girls upset St. Joe 12-10 to win
the district, and the right to host
Sneads Tuesday. If we win, we
move to the semi-finals of the,
Regional Thursday (finals' on
Friday).,
The boys dropped a wild one,
to St. Joe 25-18 and now travel to
Liberty County High School. If we
win, we move to semi-finals on
Friday night, and then' possibly
the finals next Tuesday.
State track is this 'Friday in
Gainesville. They'll leave. Thurs-
day, return Saturday.
Free meals coming up! The'
Band Banquet is Friday, May 14.
The NJROTC Banquet is Tuesday,
-May 18. All donations accepted!
.Baccalaureate: is 7:00 p.m.,'
May 19 (Wednesday). Graduation
is 7:30 p.m., May 21 (Friday)". 1
Our Academic Banquet was a
great night, with a full house and
a great meal. Thanks to all who:
helped to put this affair together.
Congratulations to Grant
Grantham who was named Head
Varsity Football Coach at'
Wewahitchka High School for
1999-2000.', Good luck as he
moves up from the JUNIOR VAR-
SITY squad.


th Christian would like to
an invitation to everyone
by and browse through
iual Scholastic Book Fair
through Friday during
uilar school hours of 8:00
til 3:00 p.m. This is also a
sale in that you buy one
one freely
iy thanks to' all who were
Sof' our' annual, Spring
l. Everything- went as
.ed except the dunking
which was cancelled


.k~ '-~t


BULLDO NEWS

PORT ST. JOE
ELEMENT RY SCHOOL


year Cindy Fenaes, Teresa
Dunlap. Cindy Branch, Mrs.
Durden, Cathy Cox, Manr
Quaranta, Traci Gaddis, Pam and
Tommy Davis, Vivian Floyd, Nan
Turza, Kelly Smith, Vickie
Scheffer, Donna Fowler, Lori
Otwell, Dawn Jones, Sue Phillips,
Wanda.McGee, Pat Harris, Robert
and Ann Whittle.

Barbara Terry, Lisa Parker,
Cindy Ward, Debbie VanZant.
Sharon Hoffman. Chris Mahan.
Paula Wood. Charlotte Weimorts.
Jeri Ashcraft, Mrs. Dykes, Laura
Ramsey. Nancy Burgess, Cindy
Rich. Paula Strickland, Trish
Warriner, Heather Fox, Carla
May, Mike Lacour, Becky Brant,
Kathy Graham, Brenda Miller,
Mary Fox. Chester Gant, Margaret


Ellmer, and Linda Wright.
Fifth Grade Orientation
Our fifth graders, will attend
an orientation at Port St. Joe
Middle School on Monday, May
10.
Beach Trip
Our fourth and fifth grade'
school workers will be treated to a
trip to the beach on Thursday,
May 13. Permission forms are
being sent home for parents to
sign and return to school. If you
would like to chaperone, please,
call Duane McFarland 'at 227-
1221.
Awards Day Program
Our annual Awards' Day
Program will be held on Monday,.
May 24th at 9:00 a.m. in the gym.
All parents are encouraged to


6


went to the conferane room.
There was a man named Mr.
Peacock there. That was the
man who was the boss when the'
real boss wasn't there. Then we
got into two separate vans. One
of the rvans had a cage in it and
the other one didn't. I got in the
one that had the cage. We went.
to Creek. Stop for Breakfast and
then we came back and saw the
prison cells.'" -.. '
Secretary's Day ... Third
:Grade Excerpts From Essays
Man' ,-Taunton-"Mr. Wooten
is there boss. ..He alwasy walks
around the school. to iake sIure-
everything is alright and just how
he left it."
Kelly Weeks-"l think secre-
tary's work hard, but some people


rus students for the good message
of their witness in song, and AtO.
thank First Baptist and Buddy
Caswell for their assistance.
We are happy to announce
that Crystal Allyn was the NSDAR
Good Citizen from Faith
Christian.. The."Good Citizen" is
chosen for the qualities of leader-
ship, dependability', service, and,
patriotism displayed in his or her
life. W
We would like to share with
you an additional article written.
,by a FCS student about our,
school: .,
"At Faith thristian School 'we'
have fin. Out teacher is named --
Mrs. S e. She is so funny. She is
the' best teacher I ever had." ."
Karla Wiley, Grade 2
"Spirit and Pride Month" is
over and the winner" of the Lion
Banner this year is grade four.
They also won the "Field Day


one day. Miss Nicki, said this
about Jessica-"Jessica is a real
sweet girl and is always lending a
helping hand." Jessica will receive
a free pizza at Dixie Dandy, com-
pliments of Will McLemore.
"Bring Your Daughter
to Work Day"
Recently at CCI. "Bring Your
Daughter to Work Day" was held
and several students in our
school participated. Here's an
excerpt from Rebecca Barnes.
whose father Lonnie Barnes.
works at GCI.
"First .we sat down in the
training building. Then they came
inside ta talk about the tour arid
give us our names ages. Then
it's time for the tour, lie go to the
administrative building. Then we


S NEWSs 'Columln
Faith Christian School
" because of the "cold" weather. The
auction was a lot of fun and we,
: appreciate all our donations from"
Individuals and from businesses.
The Faith Christian School
Chorus, under the 'direction of;
Buddy Caswell. presented "Salt &
Light" at the First Baptist Church.,,'
Sunday evening 'at 7:00 p.m. The'
musical depicted our love and'
dependence on God and on other
Christian brothers and sisters.
We want to recognize the cho-
: "?,"


I "lt'ri-f lC. n


A/cl ~


Highland View Elementary School


Dates To Remember ,
Ma -7-Triack 'n Field in Wewa.
"May 14-Hurricane Track 'n'
Field. -
May 18-Beta Induction
Ceremony.
Max, _I-Tobacco. Drug, Alcohol
Presentation. '
May 19-Gold Card Dinner.
Sorry! Two of our volun-
"teers are just like teachers here in
'Hurricane Territory because they
are here a lot of the time we
appreciate you Lynne Wells
and Traci Gaddis!'
Track 'n Field will be
held in Wewa this year our
last event of this sort for Highland
View Elementary as.a school com-
1munity .. support your student
as they vie for themselves against
Wewa Elementary and St. Joe
Elementary from 9:30 2 .m. (ET)
:until food and drinks will be"
on 'sale.
"Every Child is Born an
Achiever" "When we create a
positive environment for our stu-
dents, we can see some miracu-
lous things, happen." Minnie
:Likely, principal, and Tonya Plair,
fourth grade teacher, attended a
two-day conference entitled "The
Marva Collins Workshop"...


Effective Teaching Strategies for
- :the Next Millennium" at Florida'
A&M University in Tallahassee
recently.
The program emphasized old,
strategies teaching with love.
and care and helping children feel
S'good about themselves in order to
have learning occur.
7 Marva Collins' grew up in
Atmore, Alabama and later moved
to Chicago where she taught
school for 14 years. Her focus was
on, teaching every child how tq
read. Mrs. Collins founded the
Westside Preparatory School in
1975 in Garfield Park, near
SChicago,, proving that students
could learn to read using her
methods of love, care, and trust in
the student.
Sgt. Mark Cutler'.. M .Mr.
Jones, atid" the fifth" graders
': enjoyed a day of"skating at the
skating rink in Panama City last
Friday.
Hurricane Track 'n Field.
S. will be beginning at 8:30 a.m.
(ET) for K through fifth grade for
just a fun ole day of races and
events The PTO will sell baked
goods and give the kids canned
drinks donated by families for the
day. Please read the flyer your
student has brought home to you.
Thanks!


attend.
Fifth Grade Graduation
Graduation for our fifth grade
students will be held on
. Wednesday. May 26th, at 9:00
a.m. in the gym. All parents are
encouraged to attend.
Registration
If your child plans to attend
Port St. Joe Elementary School,
and you have not registered,
please come by the front office
before Wednesday, May 26. The
front office is open Monday
through Friday. from 8:00 a.m.
until:3:00 p.m.
: Last Day Of School
S.The last day' of school for stu-
dents is Wednesday, May 26..
u Summer, Reading. Camp
S A Summer Reading Camp will
be held for two days a week, two
hours a day beginning the week qf
June 14th and ending July 22nd.
This program will run in conjunc-
tion with the, Gulf .County Public
Library Summer Reading
Program. For more information;
please call Paula Boone at 227-
.,7481. .
; I i : "


.,i think secretary's just. sit and talk
all, day. Our class gave Miss
Saridra ard Miss Claudice six
things of water' and a dollar for a-
"snack."
Brent Walker-"It looks like
they, are always in, a hurry. It
seems Ihke hard work, that's why I
.don't want to be a secretary. They
get like twenty thousand or thirty
thousandi, or something like that.
You may think its a lot of money.
but it isn't. It's just enough to get
them thru to the next pay check.
They might just have some left
over. But it's not very likely.".,
..Kayla ChumneN-"One day I
seen them when they were in the
office. I saw what they were eating
for their snack in the afternoon.
They were eating brownies. They
gave me one because nobody
wanted any more. The last one
eating was Mr. Wooten. He said
the brownies were good."
Proud Parents
Congratulations to Connie St.
Clair and Diane Atchison. Their
daughter and son, Amy and
Tripp, were crowned "King" and
"Queen' of the Prom.


Cup" Individual winners received
a lion sticker and' a candy bar as
well as points for' their class.
Grade two was runner-up in the
competition and all classes partic-
ipated in the many activities.
The K-5 kindergarten stu-
dents will graduation. Friday, VIy
21, and K-4 will participate in the
program. It will be held at: Faith
Bible Church beginning at 7:00:
p.m. All kifidergarten students
will:be dismissed for.the 1998-99,
year on May 21. also.
The. last day of regular school
for' grades one to 11 will be
Wednesday. May 26. Awards will
be given to grades one to four on
*Wednesdday'" at- 10:30 a.m., to
grades five to eight, Thursday at
7:00 p.m., and. to grades nine to
12, at 7:00.p.m. on Friday night.
Thursday evening will. be'
graduation' for pour eighth grade
students, and Friday evening will
be our'high school graduation


,Ex, eIler nce'in a C-16-r iathn IEJucalon


Our : NEW K-2 P
,Elementary K-4 andK-5

School has intensive Phc
an all dn,
A B 9: 1 .Studentl
A Beka.
curriculum 1Music Progr
UArt Classes

VChapei Services
Courses taught with a Christian

worldview. andnmoire
FCS has a non-discrimination policy as to race, color,
national or ethnic origin.


Plus
program

Reading Program

onics

/Teacher Ratio

am


Give your child all this based on a Christian Foundation!



Call 229-6707

Fax 227-1307

Faith Christian School

801 20th Street Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
2t 5/6


Wlew0 hiltchka Elementary

School News .

By Linda Whitfield


_ _I


; .. -


: i :


mrA r -q


TH TR PR T OB LoTHRDYMV A


.1


1
,1' .



















and animals from the Big Bend
Wildlife Sanctuary will provide
nature interpretation for the
young and old alike. At 8:30 p.m.
(sundown) the Gregory House will
be opened for the grand finale.
This includes a candlelight tour
where you can explore the grace
and beauty of this elegant and
spacious home. Built in 1849 and
moved to its present location in
the late 1930's, the Gregory
House, with its mid 1800's fur-
nishings, is a perfect example of
southern plantation living.
Torreya State Park is located
off State Roads 12 and 271 (on
Ckl641), 12 miles north of Bristol
and south of, Chattahoochee.
Camping will be available for
tents and RV's on 'a first come
first serve basis. Park admission
fee is $2 per car. For more infor-
mation call the park office center
at '(850) 643-2674.


Notice
Pursuant to Chapter 197.402, Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that the Personal Property Taxes
assessed .for thee year 1998 are now delinquent as of
April Ist and such taxes are now drawing interest at
the rate 'f 18, percent pelk year., Unless the amount set
opposite each name below is paid, warrants will be
issued thereon pursuant to. Chapter 197.413,5 Florida
Statutes, and the Tax Collector, will' apply to the
Circuit Court for an order directing levy upon and
seizure of the personal property of the taxpayer for
unpaid taxe.. -., ,
EDA RUTH TAYLOR
TAX COLLECTOR
S, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


0000:1'-000 : ,,I
p-00000oooo ; ,
ACTIVE STYLES BEAUTY SALON

F'-nn ,, 1 70.0 ..
ANCHOR REALTY. & MORTG., co,
00004-075'
S P-0001800
ANCHOR REALTY & MTG, CO,
00004-1o0
P-000oo900 '
ARBOR MEDICAL CLINIC
000o6--000
P-0002100 $
ATHLETIC HOUSE

rF,) 1(;l i 4. 0 '
AMERITCAN E BLI jr_'.:, CREDIT C
00010-000
P-oo-00031o
B, & B FEED & SEED
00010-010 .
P-000o320 (
0 & B AUTO REPAIR
00019-025
P-0003900
BEACHCOMBER
00020-000
P-0004(00 .
BELL'S SUPPLY. CENTER
00022-.000
P -00 .4 '1 :$
BIG3 B MOTEL '






0oo01;-oo0
J I Nr r RI il,,IlR,, .

P -o00'.'(ii0, ,. ,i I
CYPRESS f.rI' I MEDICAL I FIIl

P-00091.0.0 $
MARINES' RESTAURANT '


$5.1.:1.,51 ", P-001B500 .
IN INTAN PASSt MARINE ,

$91 ,.30 001P2-050
P-0010600 ,
IMPER:TAL'ICAPITAL CORP.
-1 n 00, !
$66 1 I8 _iooI
FISIIE..RMAN S HEADQUARTERS

$596.20 00190-000.
./PL p 19900
LITTLE .CURTIS


$372.53


$66, 22


$27,15


$63,34


00190o o1
1 .00.98 P- '000') : $49.23
Jt:NES -CA BIrNETS...- ... .. .


T ';. P-0020300
CORP. JONES W A

00225-000
$15,5. 14 P-0022700
P-ITTMAN' AMOS
00225-050
$104.19 ; P-0022900
MAGNOLIA LODOE


00231 200. ..
$411. 7 P-0023300 $460.77
SMI: DANIEL SPORTS UNLIMITED .


00231-300-
M RA .. ,, P-002.1400
MC RAF. RLISINES1 MACHINES


$196,98


10. 28 a00.2,3,-5 0
CI TELECOMMUNICATIONS C.P, 75
MCI TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORP,


I F. 02 L E '- IMU C I1 J

O2l 3o0, '003"~1;.50
MCI 1Cl li1MMItiH!IAr (11115
1.2 v 0 2 (31000
125:09P-0027200,
i,'PRD:T*IEtECQM INC.


000!87-000 1 1 1
P-o00o 0 $ *li'90,04. ...o
DALKEITH ROAD BAIT & VARIETY -
RAMER CRAFTS & THINGS


00089--100o .. .
S : P-0010200 $50,93
i 1 'S 1 DAISY DEN
0,0094-000
P-0010700. $232.31.
S '..LLS DISCOUNT FOODS, INC
09]1() 000
P-0010900 $105. 28
DRIESBACH LAUNDRY. & CLEANERS
0bl04-000.o
P-obi:t.400 $55,. ,
WEWA BEAUTY &' STYLING SALON
00109-000
P-0012000 36.
FLEMING MAX '(DR. ) DMD


P-0027900
RED ROOF BlI .
00296--200
P-0 02.1.OO
RESORT REALTY OF1


P-0028400
MARINA GROCERIES INC.
0' 10 1 'lJI I
PF ''.0208,00 .I
1nnIN: IHiP & IIERS
00324-0.00
. t ',OF THEi INER95 0 *:'
S';iijN' OF' THE SHINER


S' 1 i 10
roRP

$39 ,28


S$55.13.


S$20,. 4
ST. GEORGE


$688 44:

i$,46 :1


$202; 92


History comes alive at Torreya
State Park on the evening of
Saturday, May 8, from 3:30 until
9:30 p.m ET. Re-enactors,
dressed in period costume, will
take visitors back in time with a
candlelight tour of the historic
1948 Gregory House high in the
bluffs overlooking the Apalach-
icola River.
Starting at 3:30 p.m., join in
on some heritage folk singing
while Civil War soldiers revisit
this historic site to add color and
excitement to the event. There will
be candle dipping, hearth cook-
ing, tin punch and butter churn-
ing demonstrations which will set
the mood for the step back in time
to the 1800's.
A presentation with live'birds


Get Certified to Teach

Others to Stop Smoking!
The American Lung Associa-
tiofn of Florida Northwest Region;
invites anyone interested in help-
ing others kick the nicotine addic-
tion to participate in a two-day
"Freedom From Smoking" (FFS).
training.
This training will prepare the
medical or lay person to facilitate
a six week quit program for adults
interested in quitting smoking.
Participants attending the FFS
training will learn about the nico-
tine addiction process. communi-
cauon skills. and specific tech-
niques to help others, quit smok-
ing.
This tobacco cessation train-
ing is scheduled for Thursday.
June 3rd, and Friday, June 4th,
at the Days Inn Hotel in Fort
Walton Beach. The training cost is
$85. This includes the "Freedom
From Smoking" manual and 10
contact hours for all nurses and
respiratory therapists.
If you are interested in addi-
tional information please contact
Gina de Peralta Thorne at (850)
478-5864. Space is limited. The
deadline, for registration is .May
26th.


PAGE 4B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999



Historic Gregory


House Tour Planned


W.IG. PlansMeeting Gulf County
i. vvasnmon pemnGulf..untv


The wasmngton Improveme
Group Board of Directors; as Wv
as its members. will meet in reg
Lar session on Thursday. May
at-6:00 p.m. ET at the W.I.G. te
center. All members and directo
are urged to attend.


Quick. Borrow the checkbook.











MR215014B MRP216014B M2807B "
for' 299 91 .$39999 "99999
Snapper's M-Series n-, it easy to afford'a great mow&r. How easy? Get a push mower for $299,99, a '. .
self-propelled model for only $399.99, or America's best selling rear-engine rider for as little as $999.99. All built with
the ILii, -, .ur,.ij r iiu *pe: from a Snapper. So stop by today. And ask your dealer about Snap-Credit:




. .... .. Born to mow. SNAPCREDIT

ST. JOE RENT-ALL, Inc.-
706 FIRST STREET PORT ST. JOE 227-2112
"QUALITY AT A FAIR PRICE" WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL


u-
6.
en


FLORIDA


MUNICIPAL


ELECTION




TUESDAY

MAY11, 1999


Polls Open Fromn
7:00AM EDT to

7:00 PM EDT



INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER
1. To vote blacken the Oval
, (e) next to the candidate
of your choice.
2. Use only the pencil pro-
vided to mark the ballot.,


COMMISSIONER
Group 1
(Vote for One)

CD) JORGE SAN PEDRO


00110-000
P-0012100 -
FLINT INSULI...ATION
00126-300
P-00140go
GEORGE HEAN CO,
00126-350
P-0014900
G.HC. CORP,
00127-000
P-00150,00"
GREEN TREE VENDOR SERVE
00144-100
P-0016300
DEAD LAKES SPEEDWAY
00145-000
P-0616400
GULF FABRICATING
00163-050
P-0017400
HENDERSON SEAFOOD
00175-100
P:-00 o:17600
HIGHWAY 22 PACKAGE & I
00176 -050
F"P-001. 700
HONEYV :1: ...E AUTOJ MOT'I UVE:


00340-005 .
$:l00,70 P-0030400
SOLL.IE": S MUSIC- CO


$1,;549.78


00350-100 .
. ., P-0031.,800
"ST. JOE GLASS & MIRROR


00352"000 .
$406.27 I'- 00 1.'O .
STARLING OIL COMPANY


$2'47,27
S. CORP, -.


00368-000
: -0034400
SUBWAY


00,372-00.0
$259. 1:3 P-0035200
F LOUR MILL ...
00402-000
$1,540.72 ; P-0036900
WESTERN AUTO ASSOC.IAT

.$63.61 E P-0037 900
WEWAHITCKA PAINT & ,BO


1;:.3 44
1 ( lN C3E


0041.4-100
P-0038400
WIIITFIELD LANDING 'INC


$70 .83


.$44. 30
R

$235; 65


$1,541 ,54


$1.45.27


$370,67
E STORE

$318.11
IDY

$138,92


00475-000
$70,8"3 P-0040)300 $15,921 .2.3
GoULF PINES HOSPITAL INC


c CHARLES G. THARPE


'CITY REFERENDUM
PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION

Shall the Board of City Commissioners,
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida be
authorized to grant, pursuant to
Section 3, Article 7 of the State
Constitution, property tax exemptions
to new businesses and,expansions of
existing businesses?

C3 YES For Authority to
Grant Exemptions


c- NO Against Authority to
Grant Exemptions


JTPA Gears Up For

Summer Of Learning
This year's summer JTPA pro-
gram is scheduled for June 7
until July 16. The JTPA summer
youth employment and training.
- program is expanding to include
private sector employers. The.
purpose of the program is to
enhance the basic skills of youth,
encourage school competition,
provide eligible youth with expo-
sure to the work world, enhance
citizenship skills of youth and
emphasize the importance of the
combination of work and learn-
ing. The youth are paid through .a
federal grant with no monetary
cost to the employer.
t The program will begin with a
two week academic enrichment
for the youth, that is scheduled
from June .7 through 21. If you.
would like to give a young person
the opportunity to work in your
agency this summer through an '
internship, please contact -Jordan
Miles at 639-3563. Summer
youth employment and training
applications may be picked up at
the Chamber of Commerce, locat-
ed at Shipyard Cove on 4th St. in
Port St, Joe. Deadline for requests
Sis May 31.



WARD'S

LAWN

SERVICE
Vacuum bagging, edging
& all your lawncare needs.

639-4609
41c 4/29







SAMPLE








S -- .:City of...

PORT ST TO


Southerners Win 1st Bus Drivers "Rodeo"
The Gulf County bus drivers held their first Bus Driver Skills Compeitlon "Rodeo" ion Tuesday,
April 27th, with the Port St. Joe drivers emerging the overall winners-taking first in 10; out of
13 events. This will be an annual event with the overall winners getting to hang the county plaque
at their bus barn. The drivers would like to thank everyone who helped to make this a very suc-
cessful and enjoyable' day of competition.


PCe4ae!


57. 84
PSJHS Student Government at Work
t' ,07 The Port St. Joe High School Student Government
Association began its school service project of painting the girls
"B" pod restroom on Tuesday, April, 27th. Members shown at
work in the photo are Rachiel Perrin, Nicole Smith, and Erica
$42.25 Ailes.


6.75% Fixed Mortgages


LET US REFINANCE YOUR HOME!!!

HERE'S AN EXAMPLE OF SOME LOAN AMOUNTS AND PAYMENTS BASED
ON 30 YEAR TERMS AT 6.75% (7.22APR). RATES AND TERMS SUBJECT TO
'CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
$45,000 = $291.87/mth $75,000 = $486.45/mth
$55,000 = $356.73/mth $85,000 = $551.31/mth
$65,000 = $421,59/mth $95,000 = $616.17/mth
OTHER PROGRAMS ALSO AVAILABLE

MOBILE HOMES BANKRUPTCY/SLOW CREDIT
NO-INCOME VERIFICATION DEBT CONSOLIDATION

CALL 1-800-500-0694

MID-FLORIDA MORTGAGE LICENSED CORRESPONDENT LENDER
tfc 422












The

Boyd


Report

By: Rep. Allen Boyd


."Treating Our Farmers Fairly"


Over the last several years, the
United States has enjoyed an
unprecedented period of prosperity
and economic growth.
Unfortunately, our nation's family
farmers have not benefitted from
this abundance.
SIn the wake of NAFTA and the
implementation of a national farm
policy destined for failure,
America's farmers have suffered
and many are on the verge of bank-
ruptcy. Maintaining a self-suffi-
cient agricultural industry is criti-
cal to our national security.
,So today, our government
should be doing everything in its
power to assist the weakened agri-
cultural- market. : Instead, 'the
Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) is about to deliver another:
blow to America's family farmers.
Under the' Food Quality'
Protection Act of 1996 (FQPA). EPA'
was directed to review the pesti-:
cides used by, U. S. farmers to'
determine wh ;Lher or not they are
safe for hu an consumption,'
through 'food;, products, or natural'
fibers. There is no question that to
ensure the well-being of America's'
families. EPA should evaluate crop;
protection tools and restnct the;
use of products which threaten our'
health and'safety.
Unfortunately, m a rush to
meet an August deadline imposed
by FQPA, EPA reviewers have been
unable to consider new scientific
data on pesticides, relying instead
upon figures they have studied and
utilized since the project began
over two years ago.
In addiuon, in their product
evaluations. EPA has used extreme
worst-case assumptions that do
not come close to reflecting the
average American's exposure "to
pesticides on agricultural prod-
ucts.
In an effort to ensure our
farmers are treated fairly, I have
joined several bipartisan' col-
leagues in introducing H.R. 1592.
the ,Regulatory Fairness and


Openness Act. This legislation
would .require EPA, before it bans
the use of any crop protection tool,
to prove they have used sound sci-
entific. process and evaluated all
available data.
If EPA issues its findings based
on outdated figures and inappro-
priate 'assumptions, they could
ban the use of, many crop protec-
tion tools which America's family
farmers depend on, arid for which
there may be no safe alternative.'
These' restrictions would :, put
U. S. farmers at an even greater
competitive disadvantage with for-
eign imports which are not
required to meet these strict regu-
latory requirements.
As our growers struggle to bat-,
tie pests and plant diseases with-
out necessary tools, foreign farm-
ers will flood our market with :their
products, which have been grown
with chemicals, we prohibit our
farmers from .using. This not; only
hurts American farmers; it hurts
American consumers.
Certainly, we want to prohibit
thi use of dangerous chemicals in
farming processes, but at the same
time, we. do not ,want to unneces-
sarily. ban products lWhich are.crit-
ical, to. the success of America's
farmers.',
.In its April 9, 1999 editorial on
EPA's' ,pesticide' review, -the
Tallahassee Democrat editorial
board stated, "Before taking steps
that could exterminate extermina-
tors, cripple our farmers, and jack
up our food prices. The EPA must
be' sure they've done. the home-
work." The Regulatory Fairness
and: Openness Act ensures' that
when EPA issues regulations on
crop protection tools., these regula-
tions will be based on sound sci-
ence.
Amenca's farmers can produce
the highest quality food and fiberi
supply in the world, as long as they
are provided a level playing field.
Our farn families deserve no less.


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999 PAGE 5B


Gulf Pines Hospital Installs Fire Safety


Effective immediately, Gulf
Pines Hospital in Port St. Joe will
begin accepting patients again.
The state Agency for Healthcare
Administration has approved the


hospital's fire life safety plan. It
took hospital administrators a

matter of days to bring the facility
into full compliance. o a a
Gulf Pines now operates a


state-of-the-art fire life safety plan
that provides for all contingencies
in the event of a fire emergency.
The $200,000 project pro-
vides for fire smoke barrier walls,
a sprinkler system,' electrical
wiring and other components to
ensure maximum patient safety.
During the past several weeks,
the hospital' 'has contracted ser-
vices Of companies throughout
the Panhandle who specialize in
fire safety plans.
Hospital personnel' are ,excit-
ed about the project and are eager


to welcome new in-patients. In
addition to the new safety system,,
Gulf Pines Hospital is renovating
all patient rooms, and is installing
a new cable television system.
Hospital Administrator Susan
Blevins expresses her apprecia-
tion to the community and the
state agency for their full support
while the project was underway.
Gulf Pines Hospital also oper-
ates an emergency room, radiolo-
gy' department, laboratory along
with speech, respiratory, occupa-
tional department, and physical
therapies.


Chiropractic
Care Advancing


In the top photo, workmen are shown laying the pipes nec-
essary for the project, while in the lower picture, a construction
worker is busy with the installation of smoke barrier walls at the
facility. The inset snapshot expresses the desire of the hospital
staff to serve persons in its vicinity.


Dr. Spike Stallings. on staff at
:both Gulf Pines Hospital and
Cypress MedicalCenter, holds the
honor for being the first chiro-
practor in the State of Florida
allowed hospital privileges, and Is
the first chiropractor in the nation
to own and, operate a federally-
designatedrural health'"c-ie clin-
ic.
Since 1988, Stallings has
seen his practice grow and
expand to serve people.of all ages.
Chiropractic care is. !a form. "of,
Physical manipulation of the
spjne 'and other articulations of'
the body that promote health and
general' well being. Stallings,
works closely with physical and
occupational therapists to provide
-for total patient care.
Currently;': Stallings is in the.
process of; completing required
courses to become board certified
in acupuncture. His education'
will be completed in June.
Acupuncture is an ancient
form of traditional Chinese medi-
cine which simulates the body's
electro magnetic energy, to pro-
mote health and to relieve pain. It
has been endorsed, by, the
National Institute' of Health as an
acceptable form of complimentary
medicine.
Stallings says many area res-
idents are interested in acupunc-
ture in the treatment of pain
management, and for smoking
and weight loss programs.

SLW OW i
Scoo CosingZones


Chiropractor Dr. Spike
Stallings Is shown above while
treating a patient.


State Park Makes
Improvements to
"Basin, Playground

SSt. Joseph Peninsula State7
Park is pleased to announce plans
to have the boat basin and chan-'
i' el dredged to facilitate boat nay-.
igation in and out of the marina
basin.
S -Dredging should take place
on or around September 13th, so
operations will not interfere with
scallop season boat traffic. The
channel will be dredged to five feet
below mean low water.
St. Joseph Peninsula State
Park has recently. installed a
$15,000 playground in the
Bayview Picnic Area. Park visitors
with children will want to be sure
and try out this new facility.
The park is welcoming two
new employees to the staff at the
Peninsula and the Constitution
Convention State Museum. They
are Tommy Davis and Marlen
Taylor.


Crystal


Sands


REALTY, INC.


ELBERT L. TAYLOR, Broker
C Sales Associates:
Janice Brownell,
Perry McFarland &
Charlotte Sanford
Joan Kent, Broker/Sales
SAssociate


| .., EW LISTINGS:
SS 715 Seventh St.,, Mexico Beach-GULF VIEW
FROM SCREEN PORCH & DECK This beau-
tiful home has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths upstairs,
island Jenn-Aire-Grill jacuzzi, separate shower in master bed-
room, 2 car.garage, extra storage space, well, sprinkler system,
shed, downstairs apartment 1 bedroom, 1 bath furnished, great
rental! $189,900.
GULF FRONT 113 South 35th St. Windsong 4 This 3'bed-.
room, 3 bath totally redone, MUST, SEE Beautiful Gulf front'
townhome. Reduced to $258,000. ',
8077 Hwy. 98, Sea Gull 13- Sit on the de'k df this 3 bedroom,
2 1/2 bath townhome and watch the sunset. This townhome has
2 decks, new a/c, furnished, $179,900.00 FIRM.
3151 Hwy. 98 This home has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, extra room
that may be used for another bedroom or bath. House has beeh
remodeled with new carpel, kitchen cabinets, carport. $75,iQ00 .
101-C Miramar Dr. Very nice townhome 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath
lownhome, furnished, privacy fence, upstairs deck has water
view. $109,000. .
CAPE SAN BLAS '-GULF FRONT LOT approx. 100'x500',
Cape San BIas Estates. $250,000.; .
707 Nautilus Dr. This beautiful stilt home has 3 bedrooms, 2'
baths; appro'x. 2248 sq. ft., pantry, lots of storage, dual heat/air,
fireplace, Ig..laundry,rm.m.,- upstairs loft room may be used for
office, playroom, den, large deck. Must see! $163,000.
136,Pineda St. WATER VIEW APPROX. 300' TO GULF 3
bedroom, 2 bath modular home, fireplad-,. walk-in closets ;in all
bedrooms, screened porch wiih view of :'gulf, .1st block, from
beach. $79,900.
401 Texas Drive Vacant lot -' Unit 14, Block G, Lot 1, corner
lot, HOMES ONLY, WATER TAP PAID. $25,000.
410, 412, 414 Colorado Drive Lots are cleared, approx. 100'
x 153', HOMES ONLY, each lot $24,900..
MEXICO BEACH
102 N. 36th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, hickory cabinets in kitchen,
laundry rm., screen porch & Florida room, all newly painted and
ready to move in, zoned general commercial. $165,000.
222 Florida Ave. 3'bedr 2 blah home has cen. heat/air,
cen. vacuum, large declvlrlli underneath. Furnished or
unfurnished. $139,000.


OFFICE: (850) 648-4400 FAX (850) 648-4555 TOLL FREE 1-888-385-1844
1602 HIGHWAY 98 MEXICO BEACH www.crystalsands.com


207 Third St. Great beach retreat! This 2 bedroom, 1 bath
mobile home, is furnished and has a large screened porch,
short walk to beach. $55.000.
1.19, 121, 123 Fourth St. These super nice mobile homes are
just a short walk to the beach. Two mobile homes are double
wide, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath. single wide is 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2
bath. All have central heat/air, decks, carpet, concrete drive-
ways. Must be sold all together, excellent rentals. $219,000.
820 Hwy. 98. This commercial building has many possibilities.
Located in high traffic area of Mexico Beach. Approx. 1200 sq.
ft. lot size approx. 66'x88'. $350,000.

SEA SHORES SUBDIVISION
208 Narvaez St. Very nice 3 bedroom 2 bath home, approx.
1680 sf, double garage w/laundryrm., breakfast rm., formal dih-
iing rm., $116,900.
,ST. JOE BEACH
206 Court St. 3 ;bd 2 bath home with wood fireplace, cen.
heat/air, den, storage area, vinyl siding, deck, lot approx.'
75'x150,'. $80,000 FIRM. ,
136 Atlantic St. 2 bedro ofila home with large Florida
room, screened porch. stlo IQolg, in first block to beach.
$69,000.
138 Atlantic t| ,Je ~ l located
in first block t e e i lge shed,
$79,500.
6448 Americus Ave. Just a short walk to the beach; 4BR/2BA
home has decks off living rm. and 1 BR. Underneath is enclosed
with play room, laundry, work and storage area. Above ground
vinyl pool. $137,500.
7438 Georgia Ave. 3 bedroom 2 bath, very well :kept doublle
wide mobile home, Ig. bedrooms w/walk-in closets, ,spacious
bath in master bedroom w/jacuzzi and shower, shed/workshop,
in fenced back yard. $69,000. (,
236 Pine St. This 2 bedroom, '1 bath is just a short walk to
beach, has extra room built on side for storage, great rental or
beach retreat. $49,000.
348 Cortez St. This 2 bedroom 2 bath home is on 2 large lots,
approx. 150'x150', seller has current appraisal. Priced below
appraisal. Great fixer-upper. Priced to sell $79,900.
PORT ST. JOE.
710 Woodward Ave. This t31 l lyme, carpet, window air,
partly fenced yard. Priced t 0100.
341 Ponderosa, Jones Homestead. Double wide mobile home,
3 bedrooms, 2 bdths, 12'x12' shed, new roof in 1997, $39,900.
OVERSTREET
101 Sweet Gum Circle. This 3 bedroom 2 bath double wide
28'x60, is in excellent condition, ex. Ig. walk-in closet in master
bedroom, Ig. bath w/garden tub, shower, wood fireplace, laundry
*rm., deep well, deck. $74,900.


WEWAHITCHKA
314 Lake Alice Park Dr. Commercial/residential 3 bedroom 2
bath home with Ig. wired workshop, located across from Lalke
Alice, $55,995.
121 Ridge Crest, Bryant's Landing, This 1993 double-wide
mobile home has 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, cen. heat/air, satellite
dish, storage building, decks, near the river, great fishing,never
been. flooded. $36,000.
Cypress Creek. Serenity is what comes with this stilt home
located at" Cypress' Creek in Calhoun Co. (Oak Grove
Community). This home has 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, family rm., out-
side is a cookhouse, .custom built brick smoker, concrete' boat
ramp, wooden boat dock, landscaped lot, $87,000.
VACANT LAND
BEACON HILL
Sun Ray Court Lot 2, has septic, water tap paid, financing
available. $36,000.
Sun Ray Court, Lot 16, water tap .aid, financing available,
$34,000.
GULFAIRE:SUBD.,
Phase IV, Ocean Ridge Lane, lots 3 and 4, blk 1, $28,500 each.
ST. JOE BEACH
Court St. 75'x135', just 3 blocks to the beach. $25,000.
Selma St. in first block o l: ji, 'x146', lot 17, block 6, no
street end, $4,200 down, .I month, 15 year financed at
10% interest. Total price $42,000.
Selma St. in first block ofJ ii l 'x146', lot 16, block 6, no
street end, $4,200 down, 40IMalhonth, 15 year financed at
10% interest. Total price $42,000.
Santa Anna St. in First Block of Beach, 50'x1756', lot 8, block
5, Owner financing $46,000.
ST. JOSEPH SHORES
Hwy. 98 across highway from beach. 168'x112' lot. $150,000.
PORT ST. JOE AREA
HOMES ONLY Plantation Dr., Cape Plantation Lot 8 -
$%18,000. REDUCED $14,000.
OVERSTREET
Most areas unrestricted to houses or mobile homes.
Borders Rd. OverstreS5OLDcre more/less, parcel 14,
$18,000/owner financing.
Borders Rd. Overstreet Lots 1 and 2 approx. 1.4 acres
each. Owner financing $12,500.
Hwy. 386 Zoned mobile homes/homes approx. 1 to 2 acres,
$6,500 per acre.
Hwy. 386 To Wetappo ai| f terfront. Homes only, approx.
2.63 acres, approx. 100cCrei. $39,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
West Arm Dead Lakes 3 high and dry wooded lots paved
road. Did not flood in 1998. $12,500 each.


_ ;-~~-~1:~ ~; ;~ i~' I


": I I I I


.*^













PAGE 6B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999



I PUBLIC NOTICES I


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO: 98-364
FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH
CAROLINA, as trustee for the registered
holders of Emergent Home Equity Loan Pass-
Through Certificates, Series 1997-4,
Plaintiff.
vs.
RICHARD MARTIN COMBS. ET AL.,
Defendant
/
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order
or Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated Audl 2.
1999. and entered In Case No. 98-364 of the
Circuit Court of the 14th Judicial Circuit In and for
Gulf County. Florida wherein in which FIRST
UNION NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH CAROLINA.
as trustee for the registered holders of Emergent
Home Equity Loan Pass-Through Certificates.
Series 1997-4. the Plalntiff.and RICHARD MARTIN
COMBS. et al are defendants, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at the Gulf County
Courthouse, 1000 Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Boulevard,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, at 11:00 A.M. EDT on
the 12 day of May. 1999. the following described
property as set forth in said Order or Final
Judgment, to wit:
Lot 11, Block 47, of CITY OF PORT ST. JOE.
according to the Official Map on file In the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Gulf County.
Florida 32456.
a/k/a 511 9th Street. Port St. Joe, FL 32456
By: /s/ T. Kriox
As Deputy Clerk
2tc. April 29 and May 6 1999

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE, OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 99-21 CP
IN PROBATE "
IN RE: The Estate of
THOMAS A. OWENS, JR..
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
THE ADMINISTRATION of Ihe Esat rof
THOMAS A. OWENS. JR.. decea-ed, File Number
99-21 CP, is pending in the Circuit Court lor Gulf
County. Florida, Probate Dinsion. the address of
which Is Gullf County Courthouse. Probate
Division, 1000 Cecil G Cosun Sr Boulevard Port
St. Joe, FL 32456 The name and address of" the
Personal Representative and her attorney are set
forth below.
All interested persons are required to file
WITHIN THREE 131 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PLIBUCATION OF THiS NOTICE Ill rdl
claims aga-int the estate and (21 an\ objecuon tb,
an interested person on nhom notice was .er,-ed
that challenges the v-aliditN of the Will. the qualfl-
ca5ons of the Personal Represenitave ,enue or
Junsdicuorn of the Court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOCT 50 FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
DATE of the ilrst pubhcanon of thi, Nonce ol
Admiriu.ration ]i Aprdil 29 1999
's S RUSSELL SCHOLZ
RISH GIbSON & SCHOLZ PA
206 E 4th Su-eet
P 0 Box 3'9
Port St Joe FL 32457
i8501 229 6211 I
Far 18501227-1619
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATrTI
FL BAR NO 0224639
',' \I GINLI T OENS
I 110 Lonrg Aernue
P 0 B:'.' 397
Porn St Jo.e Flonda 32457
PERSONAL REPRESE NTATiVE
21:. April 29 and May 6. 1999

PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT TO
ISSUE TITLE V AIR OPERATION PERMIT
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARtTMNENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTETi)ON NORTl EST DiSTR-'-T
STide DRAFT PrmaIrnir ,-04i- I-00-2-A\ -
Premier 'elr'crie-i. In,.
Porn t Joe Manullactanrtng FPlarnt
Gull CountW
Thie Deparniernt of Eruroru-nert,l Prutieiu.,)n
(perriung 3uLhnrirl gn n)at,:e ol It- intent t
issue a Tide V air operauon permit 1 FPremier
Ri-fractories Inc lor the Porun St Joe
Manuf'3cruring Plant located on State Road 362
North In Fo.n 5t J)e Galf Corinr Tnr applicant
narne riand aodre-.s are Prnrra-r Rei.lraciornt. Inc
P 0 Box 161 Port Suiri ,.Je FL .32456
TT.e perin drung authonrv will issue the Tide
V FPROFPOSED Permit and sub-equent Tidel' V
FINAL Pernmiut accordance 1uln the condiu...ns of
the Tid% V DRA.FT Permit unle-' a reic-pon-e
received in accordance i llh the loain proce-
Oure- relakls in a dilferent decilorin or sinll'licant
change of terms or c.ordiuon.


The permitting authority will accept written
comments concerning the proposed Title V DRAFT
Permit issuance action for a period of thirty days
from the date of publication of this Notice. Written
comments should be provided to the permitting
authority's office. Northwest District. 160
Governmental Center. Pensacola. FL 32501-5794
(Telephone: 850/595-8364: Fax: 850/595-8096).
Any. written comments filed shall be made available
for public inspection. If written comments received
result in a significant change ih this DRAFT
Permit, the permitting authority shall issue a
Revised DRAFT Permit and require. if applicable.
another Public Notice.
A person whose substantial interests are
affected by the proposed permitting decision may
petition for an administrative hearing in accor-
dance with Sections 120.569 and 120.57 of the
Florida Statutes (F.S.). The petition must contain
the information set forth below and must be filed
(received) in the Office of General Counsel of the
Department of Environmental Protection, 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Station #35,
Tallahassee. FL 32399-3900 (Telephone: 850/488-
9735; Fax: 850/487-4938). Petitions filed by any
persons other than those entitled to written notice
under Section 120.60(3). F.S.. must be fled within
fourteen days of publication of the public notice or
within fourteen days of receipt of the notice of
intent, whichever occurs first. Under Section
120.60(3). F.S.. however, any person who asked the
permitting authority for notice of-.agency action
may file a petition within fourteen days of receipt of
that notice, regardless of the date of publication. A
petitioner shall mall a copy of the petition to the
applicant at the address indicated above, at the
time of filing. The failure of any person to file a peti-
tion within the applicable time period shall consti-
tute a waiver of that person's right to request an
administrative determination (hearing) under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S.. or to intervene
in this proceeding and participate as a party to It.
Any subsequent Intervention will be only at the
approval of the presiding officer upon the filing of a
motion in compliance with Rule 28-106.205 of the
Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.).
A petition that disputes the material facts on
which the permitting authority's action is based
must contain the following information:
(a) The name and address of each'agency
affected and each agency's file or Identification
nriumber. If known;
(b) The name, address, and telephone num-
ber of the petitioner: the name, address and tele-
phone number of the petitioner's representative, if
an\, ahich shall be the address for service purpos-
es dunne the course of the proceeding, and an
explanauon aof hlo the petitioner's substanual
interest% will be a'le.:itd bv the aencv determina-
tion;.
(c) A statemefit of how and when each peti-
tiorer receiv'en notice of the agency action or pro-
posed acuor,
(d) A statement of all disputed Issues of
material fact. If there are none the peuuon must
so indicate:;
let A concie statement of the ultimate facts
aleed, as aell as the rule- and statutess ahlch
enude the peuuoner to relief:
III A demand for relief
A peution that does not dispute the material
facts upon Ahich the permiting authority s acuon
Is based shall Lta3e that no such facts are in die-.
pale and oth-erj'ie shall contain the same lnfor-
mauon aset ir fonh abc.,e as required by Rule 28-
106301. FAC
Because the adminisuadve hearing process
is deigned to formulate final agencv acuo.n. the fill
ing of a peuuon means that the psrmlrung author-
itr s final an:.cn may be different from the poslution
aen r, hiI Inr this nrUike of intent Persons shtcse
substantial iniere-ts mill be affected by an%, such
final accjision ol the permltuin authority or the
applicauon haie the ngrat to peuition to become a
party to the proceeding. in accordance wih the
requiremert' set forth above
Mediation is not available for this proceed-
ing
In addiuon to the above. pursuant to 42
Lirute SLiaes Code (UISCI Secuon 7661dlbl121
ani person may peuaon the Admnru strator of the
EPA within su.y days of the expiration of the
Admlnistrat.:r', forti five day renew period as
established at 42 USC SectUon 7661d(bllll. to
object to Issuance of any permit Any peuuon shall
be based only on objections to the permit that mere
raild with reasonable specir city durnn the thirt
da% public commentI penod prodded in this notice
unlei- the peuuoner demonstrates to the
"Admmlunisr.tor ol'the EPA that- t was impractcable
to raise such objections witIin the comment pernpd
or unless the grounds for such objection arose
aner the comment period Filing ol a peuuon with
ie Adcirunistraic.r of Lhe EPA does not stay the
effecuve date of any penrut properly Issued pur-
suant t,:. the proil"lon; of Chapter 62-213. FA.C
Feuonri, Bled aith the Administrator of EPA must
meet the requirements of 42 LIS C. Section
766ldlbl(21 arid mu-t be filed %U1i the
Adrmrsu-ator of the EPA at 401 M Street SW.
Wauhingion. DOC 20460
A complete project file is available for public
inspecuon dunng' normal business hours. 8CI
a m to 5 (X0 p m Mondai through Fnd ay except
lepal holiday at
p,'rrmuiun Authono'
Florida Depanrment of Entironriental Protecuon.
Nor-i.Aesmt Dislc t
160 Go errnmrnLaI Center


Apalachicola Bay Oyster Harvesting




License Applications Available May 17


This Year's Purchase
Deadline is June 30th
Officials with the Department
of Environmental Protection
announced that the application
dates for the 1999/2000
Apalachicola Bay Oyster
Harvesting License (AP) are May
17th through June 30th.
Those persons 18 yearsor
older who are applying for an AP
license for the first time to com-
mercially harvest oysters from the
Apalachicola Bay System are



Pensacola, FL 32501 -5794
Telephone 850.. 595 8364
Fax 150.15458S096
The complete project file mnclude- the DRAFT
Permit the application, and the miorm3un sub
minled t, the responsible urntal] ehlJnc u, fcOr,.
fidential records under Section 403.111. F.S.
Interested per-.sons may contact Ed K MidI-'- .,'.srt.
PE. at the abo.e address. or call 650. 595. 364
for addiunral infiormautour,
etr May 6, 1999
IN THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
cIRCUIT or FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR GULF COUNiT
IN RE The Marnmae of
ROBIN LVNN DeFOREST
Wi'e, Peunioner
and CASE NO 99 15I1
EDWARD ALLEN DeFORE.ST
Husband'Re.porndent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO EDWARD ALLEN DeFOREST
YOLi ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an acuon
for Dissoluuon of Marnrage has been filed against
you and 'c.u are required to senre a ccp, :.l your
wnuiern defense, if any. to this aciUon on DA\ID C
GASKIN. ESQ Peuuoner 5 attorney. sh.:.s
address Is Po-t Olfi.'e Box 185. Weathirchka
Florida 32465 on or before the 3rd dj% ol June.
1999. and tIle the ongL-al iLnh the Cl.rk Il this
Court either before senice on peuuoner ati.:,rnre
or immediately thereafter. otherwise a delauli 'ill
be entered agairsti ,ou for the relief deman3eid rin
the peuuori
WTNESS m. hard ard the seal of this toun
on the 4th day of May 19-99
Bennr C Lister
Clerk of Clicuil Court
I ,'5. Benny C Li.s.-r
4Itc. Ma, 6. 13 20 and 27. 1999
NOTICE OF INTENT TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby glen that. pursuant to Chapter
66509 Flonda Statutes. the underiigned Irarinds
to register math the Ditaor 01of Corporations.
Deparunent of State. the ficuUous trade name
under ahich t will be engaged in busintse, an min
which said business Is to be cared on. to.-at
NAME TO BE REGISTERED Queeri Bee Aciadrn.y
MAILING ADDRESS' 2106 CYpress Aterue Fort
St. Joe. Fl-nda 32456
OWNER 151t Margaret H Ellmer
1i May 6 14999


PUBLIC NOTICE
You are herebv rnoilled tha
we'ahitnhka State Banki l
'P-0 BoIx i 0-'
Wewahichka. FL 32465 "1 .f
m111 ell the follo-ing deiscnbed prop '
Description ol Property
Ill 1994 Mazda B 2300 5 speed truck
IDB4F4CRI2A6,RTM61.396
III 1993 Buick Regal 4 door car
IDv2G4WB54LPI 407291
The sale ;-ll be prtiate arid the property "ill be
sold on or after the 10i djiv of May 1999 All
interested parueis are Inited :, contact the
Secured FPan. at 16501 639 2222
The Wewahitchka State Bank iall be accepung bias
on tie above vehicles through Ma I 10 199 A.s
reserve the right to10 ree: ary and all bids
Itc, May 6. 1999. -


required to attend a two-hour
seminar at the Shellfish Center at
9 a.m. on one of the following
dates-May 13, June 3, 17 or
24.
Registration begins 30 min-
utes prior to the seminar. Seating
is limited and is on a first-come,
first-serve basis. No one will be
admitted after the seminar
begins.
Renewal courses are required
for those persons who have had
and can verify possession of a
valid 98/99 AP license and will be
held in the courtroom at the
Franklin County Courthouse at 7
p.m. Tuesday evenings on May
11, June 1, 8, 15 and 22. Pre-
registration is not required for
renewal classes. -
Anyone renewing or purchas-
ing an AP license will receive cred-
It against the cost of the Saltwater
Products License (SPL) which is
also required to commercially
harvest oysters. An AP license
must, be obtained prior to the
SPL to receive credit.
The fee for the license is 1,00



FHP License and

Vehicle Checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver license
and vehicle inspection check-
points from May 7th through 13th
on SR-71 near CR-275, SR-22
near the Bay County line, and SR-
71 near Trailer City.
Recognizing the danger pre-
sented to the public by defective
vehicle equipment, troopers will
concentrate their efforts on vehil-
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.


* 17, 79 e4St44wf


for Florida residents and $500 for
non-residents, and is valid
through June 30, 2000. The law
imposes a $500 late fee, in addi-
tion to the $100 license fee, for
failure to pay the license fee dur-
ing the issuance period.

Upon completion of the semi-
nar, licenses can be purchased by
check or money order (no cash
payments ,accepted) from the


MLS-
', -. a


Thompso
Acreage

Hwy. 98 4
Rentals (850)

Internet
E-mail me c


8941 Hwy. 98, Beacon Hill. Premier
Gulf FrorIr home- 5BR's, 3 1/2 BA's. 2670
SF, fully furnished, decks on 2 levels only 2
years old, 63'x264 lol. 2 ch&a uniis, 2
hwh's, large laundry rm. outside shower
PRICE- $625,000.


510 Maryland Blvd. Mexico Beach.
Spacious beach house 3 BR 2 BA. two H&C
systems, 2 HWHs, mostly furnished. all
appliances, large great room, large masler
bedroom, palo in back, tool shed PRICE
579,500


'Apalachicola Shellfish Center
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday
through Friday, between May 17
and June 30-or, applications:
can be obtained at the seminars
and mailed with the appropriate
fee to: Saltwater License Section,
P. 0. Box 3070, Tallahassee, FL
32315-3070.
Applications submitted or
postmarked after June 30 must
include the $500 late fee.




n-Rish Realty, Inc.

* Gulf Front Bay Front

at 19th St. Mexico Beach
648-5449 Sales (850) 648-5683

at www.Thompson-Rish.com
at: Brenda@Thompson-Rish.com


Brenda's Specials

of the Month!

Give her a call at 648-
5683 or 1-800-582-2990

to see one of these
fabulous deals!

Brenda G. Miller
Redaltor, GRI

Home: 648-5435












220 Ford Dr., Creekwood, Overslreet.
1900 SF under rool 3BR s. 2 1/2 BA's ,
decks front, back & sides, parking for 4 cars, .
on 2 lots Secluded. Access to Iniracoaslal :
Walerway PRICE $79,750


Thompson-Rish Realty, Inc.
Acreage Gulf Front Bay Front
Hwy. 98 at 19th St. Mexico Beach
Rentals (850) 648-5449 Sales (850) 648-5683 Toll Free (800) 582-2990
Fax (850) 648-4247
Simmons Bayou Branch Office
2010 Hwy. C-30 (850) 227-9600 Fax (850) 227-2115
Internet at www.Thompson-Rish.com
E-mail us at: Brenda@Thompson-Rish.com, Susie@Thompson-Rish.com,
Jay@Thompson-Rish.com, or Rentals@Thompson-Rish.com


.. We've Been Here with You from the Stdff.


.s
I B .. .




1004 Marvin, Port St. Joe. 4
BR/3BA. den wAth marble fireplace, for-
mal Ii, & din. rm, 2 car garage, 2 lot..
$144,500.


Specializing in

Courteous, Prompt

Service with No High

Pressure Tactics and

No Hassles for the
Last 33 Years.


5269 Sandbar Rd. 3BD/2BA. 100 5499 Sandbar Rd. Located in
ba,hotvi w.if dock master BD kas own Treasure Bay Subd, th s 4BR/3BA bay
uptrairs suited, federal flood ins, available., f-ront home has many features including a
nice observation pier, beautiful view from beautiful coral fireplace and French doors
screen porch, paved parking. $235,000. overlooking the bay. $289,900.


2000 Garrison Ave., Port St.
Joe. Corner lot-- 4BR/3BA, great
room, den, 2,400 sq. ft. $149,900.


1504 Monument Ave., Port St.
Joe. 3BD/2BA, 2 car parking, fire-
place, very nice back porch w/Ig. bar
for entertaining. $139,900.


2010 Monument Ave., Port St. 2017 Marvin Avenue, Port St.
Joe. 3BD/2BA, courtyard, privacy fence, Joe. 3BD/2BA, fireplace, 2 car park-
formal LR & DR, small office upstairs, nice ing, nice neighborhood. $139,900.
neighborhood. $129,900.


3019 Garrison Ave., Port St. Joe. Beautiful
3BR/2BA home located in a convenient area
clote to schools. With approx. 1750 sq. ft. this
house features a cozy fireplace, fam. rm., 2 car
garage and a well landscaped yd. with sprinkler
system. Very comfortable living. $139,900.


COMMERCIAL PROPERTY With 5 Boat
Slips, 1550SF 2 story building, 147' on high-
way, 150' on canal, ideal for dive operation,
small marina, boat repair and tackle store, or
retail store. Call Brenda Miller today. PRICE:
$299,000 Make Offer.


605 10th St. 2BD/2BA, fireplace, work-
shop with storage building w/boal shed in
back, 10' bay window w/storage, recently
remodeled inside. $79,900.


We also offer a number of rental properties.

Talk to One of Our Highly Trained and

Experienced Multi-Million Dollar Producers


Brenda G. Miller
Realtor, GRI


Susie White
Realtor, Associate


Jay Rish
Broker, Owner


I


SO" TmcCSc~C









The Star. Port St. Joe, FL Thursday. May 6. 1999


-.t,


.I RATES:
Line ads $3 50 for first 20 words,
$2.00 for each additional week, plus 5<
for each additional word per week. Call
227-1278 to place yours.
DEADLINE:
Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. SHARP
-S_____K


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





,95 Jeep Grand Cherokee Ltd. Edition,
V-8, 4wd, loaded, $19,500. 647-9820
after 8 p.m. tfc 5/6
1983 Dodge Aries, no motor, good parts,
$75. 315 Woodward Ave. Itp





20 ft. Sportscraft with walk around
cuddy cabin. Powered by. OMC Sea
* Drive, $6,000. For full info., call John at
850-648-8900. 4tp 5/6
18'5" vee hull work boat, center steer-
ing, 11'x6' flat deck. 1986 115 hp
'Johnson, needs work, tilt and trim
works, Shoreline trailer, 9 gal. fuel tank,
Danforth anchor, 2 propellers. $850
obo. 647-9868. 2tp 5/6
1995 14' fiberglass Rivercraft boat &
trailer with 25hp Mariner & many
extras, in eicel. cond. $2,000. Call 639-
5590. 3tc 5/6





Call Mrs. Marion Hough White City,
827-2320. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
ideal for college students.'


Office space for rent, 324 Reid Ave., Port
St. JOe. Professional office, recently
renovated. Call Costin Insurance
Agency. Itc 5/6
Large. roprnm home t'or rent: .3 bd 2
bath, den, oni 2 full lot-s -iLth chain link-
fence, perfect for kids, pets! One block
from beach. $700 mo. 647-9286. Itp
3 bdrm., 2 ba. trailer, new carpet, vinyl,
S washer & dryer hook ups available.
S Immediate occupancy, long term.
Mexico Beach. Call 648-5033. 2tc 5/6
Office space for rent, 321-B Reid Ave.,
Port St. Joe. Call Costin Ins. Agency,
229-8899. Itc 5/6'
Two bedroom trailer in Highland View,
partially furnished. Call 227-1260.
3tc 4/22


Private office space at
236 Reid Ave. $180
monthly, includes utili-
ties. Call 229-7121.
tfc ,5/6

BEACH STORAGE
Day: 227-7200,
night: 647-3882
Ask about our special
St. Joe Beac h.


Safe 'N Dry Storage
$25 month
212 Third St., PSI, FL
229-2727


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

229-6200


Available Soont One
Bedroom Handicap
Apartment Subsidy
Available
PINE RIDGE APTS.,125
Venus Dr., Port St. Joe, FL
32456 (850) 227-7451
Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities
O* n-site Management
VOICE/T'Y ACCESS ___
(352) 472-3952


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

/ \


HHHHF7n,


Rent or Long Term Lease: on Intra-
coastal Waterway in Overstreet.
Waterfront home, 4 BR, no pets inside,
deposit and references required. $750
month. Available 3rd week in May. Call
334-677-6086. If not in office, leave
message. tfc 5/6
Gulf Shore Court. Trailer for rent. No
pets. 1 block from St. Joe Beach. 647-
5106. tic 5/6
Mexico Beach mobile home lot for rent
in quiet park. Call 648-8201. tfc 4/29
One bedroom furnished apartment. all
utilities included. 229-2727. tic 5/6
2 bedroom, 1 bath small country home.
Call 763-3139 Wetappo Creek area.
tfe 4/1-5

Mexico Beach mobile home lot, $75
month. 648-4896.. tfc 5/6
Roomy site for your small business.
Hwy. 98,. Mpxico Beach, $350 plus tax.
Available May 1st. Call 647-3716 after
5:00. .: 4tc 4/15
For Rent: quaint building. clean, small.
easy to decorate. Ideal for small wed-
dings. receptions dinners, great rates.
For information call 227- 1278, or 227-
1776. tfc 9/25
Liberty Manor Apts., 102 Liberty Manor
Circle, Port St. Joe. Affordable housing
for the elderly and the handicapped.
Cen. h &a, laundry facilites. energy
efficient const.. sto'e & refrig fur-
nished. fully, carpeted. 1 bdrm.. apts. on
site Equal Oppor. Housing Complex.Call-
229-6353 for more information .NOW
TAKING APPLICATIONS tfc 5/6
Mobile home. 2 BR, 1 1/2 bath. unfur-
nished, new carpet & vinyl, private cor-
ner lot, carport, screened front porch,
1st block off beach. Adults and no pets.
1 year lease. Water and sewer fur-
nished, $375 per month. $150 security,
deposit: Call 647-5194. tfc 5/6
For rent in Gulfaire Subd. Almost new 3
bedroom, 2 bath home.; 1600 sq. ft,
washer/dryer, jacuzzi; $1,000 per
month plus utilities. Available 2/15/99.
Parker Realty of Mexico Beach. 648-
5777. tfc 5/6


UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & refrlg.
cen. h&a. screen porch. carport &
laundry rrt.
* Large__2 bedroom apartment. stove &
.refrig washer/dryer hook up.
* New e-tra lI. '3 bdrm.' house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry ri ch&a, dish-
washer & stove. fully carpeted. Nd
pets. I
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 5/6,

S, ,ow Sa e, n 74e St.

Mexico Beach V Mini
Storage Unitsi 6'x12',
and 12'xz2'. 648-5146,
Fantasy Properties
'; ', tfc 5/6:


Office space for rent adija-
cent to Citizens Federal -
$500,per mnio., plus utilities.
410 Long Ave., Port St. Joe,
Florida 850-227-7413.
tfc 5/6 ,'


Now Renting Spacious
1 bedroom apartment
PINE RIDGE APTS., 125
Venus Dr., Port St. Joe, FL
32456 (850) 227-7451V
Some subsidy available
Central heat and air
Woll to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities
..*.Mini Blinds :
On-,ite Management
Vo.ce. TTY Access .='
(352) 472-3952


Now Renting Spacious
1, 2 & 3 bedroom apts,
PINE RIDGE APTS.,125
Venus Dr., Port St. Joe, FL
32456 (850) 227-7451

.* Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities,
On-site Management
Voice 'TIY Access
(352) 472-3952 _
tfcWT76


For Rent -
MOSS CREEK APTS.,126
Amy Circle, Wewa-
hitchka, FL 32465.
(850) 639-2722
Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities
On-site Management
5 Voice/TTY Access
S (352) 472-3952 f__


.Apartments and Homes for Rent: One to
3. bedroom apartments. duplexes. and
homes for rent in Mexico Beach.
Furnished and LInfurnlshed. Call
Parker Realty at .5)50-.64. -5777 for more
information. tfc 5/6





Yard Sale- Saturday. May 8. 8 to 2.
Men's, women's, children's & baby
items, ball cards, antiques and other
items. 42nd St., Mexico Beach,, look for
signs. Itc 5/6
Company yard sale: Saturday, 8 a.m. -
noon, 2775 Garrison Ave. behind build-
ing of Marquis Administration.
Computers, desks, file cabinets, toys,,
clothes, and tons of misc. Itc 5/6
Yard Sale: 241 Desoto St St. Joe
Beach, Friday and Saturday, May 7th &
8th. 8 a.m. until., Table & chairs, dish-
es, misc.
Yard Sale: 129 Magellan St., St, Joe
Beach, Saturday. May 8, 8 a.m: until.
Computer, furniture, clothes, and other
items;. 647-9625. Itc 5/6
Yard Sale: Saturday, May 8, multi-fam-
ily. Movies, Super Nintendo games, lots
of odds and ends. 8 till 1. 6415 Alabama
Ave., St. LJoe Beach. Itc 5/6
Garage Sale: Saturday, May 8, 8 till 1.
Name brand clothes,, furniture, baby
items, bedspreads, curtains, pictures,
and much more. 1008 Marvin Ave.
Yard Sale: home decorative items, lots of
misc. Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m. 1
p.m. 650 Madison St. GE refrig., $75.
GE stove, $125. 229-1050. Itp
Moving Sale: Everything must go!
Creekniew Estates. Wewahitchka, 5.9
miles past Overstreet on 386 North. Fpr
more Information call 647-8056. Rl
There will be a huge multi-family rum-
mage and bake sale Saturday. May 8.
starting at 8:00 a.m. on the corner of
Hwy. 98 & 'Ave. 'A. Clothes, dishes,
brass stands, lots of misc. and odds and
ends. Come early!


3 family, yard sale. Saturday, May 8. 8
a m. 'noon. 1806 Garrison Avenue.


Yard Sale May 15th, 9 a.m.
Location back yard of Sunrise
Bay St. Joe Care Center at 220
9th St. & Long Ave. Captain type
chairs, serving trays, great for
shut-ins. Lots of linens. Stop by
and say hello & look around.
2c 5/6





Store clerk/general office full time p,.i-
tion Apply in person at Marquardt's
Marina. Huo. 98. Me'd.co Beach. Drug
free workplace. 2tc 5/6
We need you! We are In a se' ere crisis.
We need your help to adopt an animal
or they will be put to sleep by lethal
injection soon. You are needed in differ-
ent help ways. All of those who work in
this society are on a volunteer basis. We
always need help. St. Joseph Bay
Humane Society. Call 227-1103 for
information. Itp 5/6
Bartender-experience preferred. Apply
in person at Wonder Bar, St. Joe Beach,
647-9920. ltp
The United Methodist Church in
Wewahitchka would like to employ a
part-time custodian. If interested please
call 639-2744 for information and/or
interview.
Sunrise of Bay St. Joseph, is now
accepting applications for cook, full
time and part time positions. Salaries
are negotiable, based upon experience.
Benefits are available. Apply at Bay St.
Joseph. 220 9th St. Port St. Joe, FL
32456. ltc 5/6


C. W. Roberts Contracting, Inc. Now
hiring experienced heavy equipment
operators, truck drivers, and laborers.
Competitive pay. good benefits. Apply at
H\wy. 20 East. Hosford. FL Drug Free.
EOE. 2tc 5/6
Laborer needed for local stucco com-
pany. Call Tim at. 229-8588 or 227-
5424. "fc 5/6

Full time cashier. cabin clearer and
maintenance person. Call 229-t.775 or
come by Cape Tradine Prost. tic 4/22


Mechanic needed: must have 3 years
experience in diesel engines and
hydraulic systems. Must have owvn tools
and prefer CDL. Paid holidays, IRA, and
insurance. Call 850-785-7099. .4
3tc 4/29
Cottage cle-iers. Transportation, expe-
:lence. Saturday 'a must Apply
bet%,een the houLrs of 5 and 7 p.m. 850-
229-2683. 4tc 4/15
Taking .applications for dishwasher,
wait staff at Linda's Restaurant, 203 E.
4th,St., Port St. Joe. Apply in person.
Ask for Charlie. Uic 5 6
Gulf Sands' Restaurant. Cook & wait-
ress help :needed. Apply in person only,
Hwy. ,98, St. Joe Beach. Open at 3:00
P.M. tfc 5/6

Housekee.eirs wanted to' clean rental
units for both the Mexico Beach and
Simmons Bayou offices of Fantasy
Properties, Inc. Applications available at
both sites. Fantasy Properties. tfc 5/6
Need licensed salesperson, experience
in south Gulf County preferred. Call
Tom at Tom Todd Realty, 227-1501.
'tfc 5/6

Part time office position in the reserva-
tions/front desk area. Some, weekend
work required. Needs to be friendly and
outgoing with good cornmunicalorn and
computer skills Must be able to handle
difficult situations and enjoy working
with the public. Please mail or fax
resumes to Parker Realty of Mexico
Beach, P. 0. Box 123, Mexico Beach, FL
32410, fax # 850-648-5779. E-mail
address: parkerrealty@digitalexp.com.
Gulf Collaborative Partnership'
Project, Assistant. The Gulf County
School Board is receiving applications
for Gulf Collaborative Partnership
Project Assistant. Persons having appli-
cations on file in the School Board office'
and wishing to be considered for this
position must 'request to have their
application submitted. Applications arid
job descriptions may be picked up at
the District Office and completed appli-'
cations should be sent to Ms. Deborah
Crosby, Coordinator, 150 Middle School
Road, PSJ, FL. 32456. Salary will be
determined by approved salary sched-
ule. Application deadline is May 7,
1999, 12:00 Noon E.T. The Gulf
County School -Board is an equal
opportunity employer 2tc:4/29


JOB NOTICE The Gulf County Board
of County Commissioners will accept
applications for two (2) temporary
Mosquito Spray Truck Drivers. Position
will be approx. six (6) months or less,
and the salary is $6.00 per hour (40
hours or less per week). All applicants
must have a valid Florida :drivers
license.
Applications may be picked up and sub-
mitted at the Gulf County Mosquito
Control Dept., 1001 10th St., Port St.
Joe, FL 32456 (850) 227-1401, between
the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday. The deadline
for submitting applications will be May
14, 1999.
Gulf County enforces a Drug-Free
Workplace Policy and is an Equal
Opportunity / Affirmative Action
Employer.
TOMMY KNOX, .Chairman
Attest: Benny C. Lister, Clerk 2tc 4/29
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY COOKS,
DISHWASHERS, KITCHEN HELP AND
WAITING STAFF. Apply in person or
phone: DUNES BEACH RESTAURANT,
3625 Cape San Blas Road, Port St. Joe,
FL 32456, 850-227-3655 or 850-227-
1819. tfc 5/6
Kitchen help needed. Also cashier/host-
ess. Apply between 9.a.m. and 11 a.m.
in person at the Fish House Restaurant,
Mexico Beach. t' fc5/6

HEILIG-MEYERS FURNITURE CO.
The nation's largest retail furniture compa-
ny is now seeking employees for its loca-
tion at Port St. Joe, FL. We will be hiring
employees for the following positions.
SALES CASHIER/COLLECTOR
Company benefits include:
1. paid vacation .
2. major medical/hospilalization insur-
ance
3. dental insurance
4. life insurance
5. employee purchase discount program
6. profit, share & retirement plan
7. paid sick leave .
The ,nd.vidual to join our slaff must be: ,
1. career minded
2. able to work vell with others
3. willing to work evenings and weekends
4. self motivated
Apply :n person during business hours at
209 211 Re.d Ave., PSJ. An equal
opportunity employer No phone calls


TRADES and SERVICE ESiE


CUSTOM LAWN

SERVICE
Jeff Wood 227-1559


Glynn Dykes
Drywall
'No ob too big, or too small"
227-1785
Free Estimates Insured


Catering f& Cakes
- 'For All Occasions
Wedding, Anniversary, Reunions,
Receptions and Dinners.
Call 229-6154 & leave message.
51t 4/
9


Locally
SOwned, ,. F \

-wn le,
e Resider
jot\.. -


itial


uommerciail
Termite & Pest Control
Termite Treatments, Restaurant Motel
SFlea Control '. Condominiums
SHousehold Pest Control New Treatment/
Real Estate (WDO) Reports Construction Sites

IfFAMILY OWNED
(PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
Ser.rna Gull Co & Surroundn, Areao
Free Estimates & Inspections


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


GENERAL CONTRACTOR
30 years experience in
remodeling ,and repairing
homes. We' d'o everything
including plumbing, electrical,
painting, patching or hanging
sheetrock, repairing rotten
wood & roof work.
648-2167,
4t 4/22











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

/ MINI-STORAGE \



5X10 10x10 10x20
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT!


Serving Port St. Joe and Surrounding Area for 15 Plus Years
Major Appliance, Air Condition & Electrical Repairs
DANIELS SERVICE CO., INC.
850-229-8416
RA0043378 1 ER0007623


Office: 850-229-6018
Fax: 850-229-8976


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


COINS BY THE BAY! I buy and sell old
coins and paper money. Billy Stephens,
fair prices. Home 229-8104, bus. 229-
6803. tfc 5/6

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


C. .'s t'awn


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


Fine


STUTZMAN ROOFING
RC #0038936
Specializing in Reroofs *
Single-Ply & Repairs
"i7ere Quality Is Htgher Than Price"
229--8631



Steve LBrant's


ROOFING

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

Mobile 899-0219 or
899-0218
tfc 4/1


I/tXtentWoIII to- ietaid
Michael Wood Residential Contractor 227-1589
carpentry & architectural, details
repairs remodels decks *,fenced
Insured License #RR0067190


'" GARRY L. GADDIS
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION & REPAIR
EXTENDED wiVAPRNTi' FPEE ESTIMATES REPAIRS ON ALL BRANDS, *INSTANT FINANCING
SERVICE AGREEMENTS
648-5474 FL LICENSE ER0010992, RA1154218


-THE CABINET SHOPPE

JEFF POWELL, OWNER OVER 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE
580 Palmetto Dr., Overstreet Phone 648-4088
Port St. Joe, FL 32456 Fax 648-8752

PUMP REPAIR, & SALES LICENSED & INSURED

H & M IRRIGATION
for All Your Watering Needs!
HAL KEELS FREE ESTIMATES 229-2738



Mize Pluminbing, Glass & Supply, Inc.
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS REMODELING
PLUMBING SUPPLIES GLASS, MIRRORS & SHOWER DOORS
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL Lic. #CF-C057220, RGO051008, EROO 11618
520 E. First St., Port St. Joe, FL
850-229-6821 or 227-3885


.'"
:*; -


I


Pase Seven


=mxm











Page Eight The Star. Port St. Joe. FL Thursday. May 6. 1999


*: I Z, A k I h 1 U I'1F- I 1 I 4 1 1 li i Ii. I.* 7 U ~ d I : 4 [ I i 4 -


Receptionist/Reservationist.
Property management office, requires
customer interface, good telephone
skills, and computer literate. Full time
positions w/benefits. Openings at
Simmons Bayou and Mexico Beach.
Fantasy Properties, Inc. Call 227-2511
or 648-5146. tfc 5/6
Real estate salespersons wanted for
growing St. Joe Bay Office. Must be.
Florida licensed and be familiar with the
south Gulf Co. area. Floor days avail-
able, member of MLS. Fantasy
Properties, 227-2511, 648-5146.
Homemaker Position Available:. The
Gulf County Senior Citizens has a
homemaker position open in the Port
St. Joe area. This will be a 40 hour a
week position. Applicants must have
dependable transportation, and be at
least 18 years of age and in good physi-
cal shape. Applications can be picked
up at the Port St. Joe Senior Center
located at 120 Library Drive between
Monday and Friday from 8:00 AM until
5:00 PM. Please call 229-8466 and ask
for Debbie for more information. The
Gulf County Senior Citizens is an equal
opportunity employer. Deadline for
applications will be April 23, 1999.
tfc 5/6

ALARM *
.* SALES' *
$50,000 + /Yr.
Crime Does Pay!
*$1,200/mo. guaranteed
*Full time: .
*Pre; set appointments
*6 figure potential
*Health, Life, Dental, 401K
*Management opportunities.
ADTs fastest growing authorized dealer
looking for professional individuals to
train in our exciting career opportun-
ity. No experience necessary.
Call Today!
1-850-747-0829


Port St. Joe Lodge No. 111
Reg. Stated Communication
1st & -3rd Thursday of each
"' month. 8:00 p.m.,Masonic Hall,
214 Reid Ave. William F. Watson, W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec.


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


STEVE'S OUTBOARD
MARINE

229-BOAT


HURRICANE STORM

SHUTTERS and SCREEN

ENCLOSURES 227-3628
1.------ -..----- ----

JEFF'S TREE SERVICE
17 years experience in
Removal, Trimming, Etc.
S Free Estimates Low Rates
850-762-4660.
4fc S '6


:O*lf Diesel Service.,
-Piese'l Engiri6 Repair
2229-8651 or 227-8024
Phone Mobile
OWNEM Ben Shirvill

ROGER STOKES
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
647-3328 .
Free Estimates 9 RF0066770
PLUMBING REPAIRS


Solid wood desk with hutch, dresser,
and end table; laminate desk with
hutch, chest, and end table. Call 227-
1259. ltP
Trampoline, excellent'condition, needs
pad. May see at 2009 Marvin Ave. $100.
6 dining room chairs, padded $20 ea.,
also 5 carat. diamond/emerald ring,
$ 1,000. Can. be seen at 106, Iictoria
Ave., HV. Call 229-6449.' Itc 5/6
Compaq, P.olipe, 433 comp uterin good
condition*, $200. 229-8641. 2tp 5/6
Super single vaterbed, -like' new. to,.
trade for, que"en size'be'd frame,.. box
springs and mattress., Call. 229- IQ9 1._

3-piece bedroom, suite, double bed,,;
triple dresser, night stand, spring & .
matt i ress. Dinette set, I oc I tagon shaped'
table &A chaire. 6.48-597.'.'',-Itc,5/6'
Lamps, household items. tv cabinets,
(ref.), clothing. other items. etc. Not list-
ed. For appt" call 227-3774 betweem
8:00 9:00: a.m. NI F. Dealers %velcome.
Small amount of cattle quality hay leff
froin '98 season. Reasonable price. Call
639-5164 lie 5/6,
King size waterbed %ALh mirrored head-
board. waveless matt-ress. complete,
S175. Call 227-3397 evenings.21c 4/29
Steel buildings drastic price reduc-
tions on overstocked Inventorv. All sizes
available. Free delivery No reasonable
offer refused. Financing a%-aflable. I-
800-527-4044. 2tp A/29,

Rings, Nocidaces, Knives, Radio/
Stereo, Bicycles, Tools, Layaways -
available. Buy Sell Trade. PAWN
.SROPPE, 212 3rd St., 227-PAWN
tfe 5/6


Used furniture for sale.' Johnnie's
Trim Shop, 310 4th St., Fort St. Joe.
tfc 5/6

Cabinet style sewing machine by
Kenmore. $75 obo. 229-2049. 1 te

FIREWOOD, sio truki,, d, you
cut, you haull $65 we cut, we haul, Call-
639-4582 or 814-0905. tfe 5/6,
AVON servingfyndall, Lhe beaches and.
Port St. Joe. Susan., 647-3,65 1. Lfq 5/6


MOBILE HOMES


HUD program. Call for immediate'
approval. 747-3794., Re 6/6


FREE to good home. Coll ler/ shepherd
mLxed doe, 6 months old. all shots and
spaded Call 827-6019. lie 5/6
Just In time for Mother's Day. FREE kit-
t!ens to, good home. Call 647-5608. ltc
PET SITTER -1 will care for your pets
while you're away in the comfort of their
own home. WIll make as manV Osits as
you need. Have references., Don, 647:-.
-3651. 4tc 4/29


,KITTENS. Beautiful, loving, box
,traindd. Deworrned. Ready to go in 2
12week,. Ponations will. go to'local,
humane society. 647-3651. 4tc 4/291
,KC golden retrieveir puppies, med' to
'dark color, 70 to 100,lbs. when grown,
vely smart. ve, loqrig. great with kids,
ready to sell 4 8 99. S250. 648-5436..


Brick home located on E. 2nd St..
We",ahitchka. 3BR/2BA, II%1ng rm/
family rm w/fireplace and, carport., For
more Information call Papermakers
FCL1 850-227-1156 ask forDebbie or
Tamara. 4tc 4/29,',
House located on 275 A%-enue M in
Apalachicola.. For more information call
Paperrnaers'FCU 850-227-1156. ask
for Debbie or Tanliara. 4te 4/29.
2 lots Dead Lakes/Chipola River, 10
miles north of Wewahitchka. Call 2277
9440i if no answer, leave. message.
4tc 4/29

3 bedroom, 1 bath house and 39'
trawler for'sale in -Apalachicola. Canbe
sold'sepanite.. $82,500. OP3-3763.
4tp 4/15

3 bedroom. I ba. home located 106
Redfish St., Highland Nev septic
tank. vin %I sid Ing. excel. %levv of bav -
S28.500. 229-6961/227-2077. ife 5/6
House for sale: 2 bedroom, I bath. In
cit%, limits. fenced In back Nlard, nice
neighborhood. S45.000 negotiable. 229-
2769. Lfc 5/6
For Sale bv Oumer: 2 storv house for
sale. 2050 sq. ft.. 3 bdrm., 2 1/2 ba.,
large co%,ered front & back porch.
Features 16x32 master bdrm. w/%-alk-
In closet. Garden tub & sho%&:er, sunken
den, fireplace. surround sound set-up.
Formal dining room, breakfast nook.
12xl6 udlitv shed. 101 Yaupon St. qv
appointment ordy. 229-6411 Lfe 5/6
A nice 3 bdrm., 2 ba. double wide
mobile home on 75xl5O lot in quiet
neighborhood on St. Joe Beach. asking
$56,000. Call 647-3292. tic 5/6
For sale in Wewa.. Sing1p wide trailer,
screen: porch, utility room, shadv lot;
some financing, ,$24,500. 639-590.
tfc 5/6


REAL ESTATE


Gulf Front by owner. Cape San Bias.
near State Park. 104'x8l3'. S390.000.
Call 647-3828. 8tp 5/6


1989 14x7O mobile home, 3 bdrm.. 2
bat.h. new carpet. siding & shingles.
8,10.900. 648-8914. Lfc 5/ 6
3 br/2 ba., for only 865 a week. 74 7 -
.3794. 'Ite 5/6
4br/2 bajbronly $69 a week. 850-872-
2606. This is to buyl Not Ren il. I te 5/6


Wind Zone 111, only 3 left. Call quick..
they won't last Ilongi 850-872-2606.
7 years left on my 4 bd/2ba. Small
assumption and take over $280 month.'
Call 888-510-8529. 1 tc 5/6
inherited -16x8o not ne eded. Call for
information, 888,510-8529.- Itc 5/6




Small lab mix, very energetic. Great
,ivith kids & animals. Free to GOOD
iiome. 648-4159. Itp


St. Joe Beach 3 bedroom. 2 bath
mobde home. ocean %Iew. 360' to beach.
New roof. great buy. S79.900. Crystal
Sands Realtv. 648-400. 4te 5/6
,2 story house w/%%Tap around porch.
3BR/2.5BA. recreation rm. w/ftreplace
located at 3018 Garrison Ave. in Ward
Ridge. For more information call
Papermakers FC a5O-22.7-1156, ask,
for Debbie or Tamara. Atc: 4/29"
Howard Creek landing, 'a popular fish-
-ing and hunting retreat, approx. 2
acres. For -more information' call.
Papermakers FCU 8507227-115.6, ask
f6r Debbie or Tamara. 4tc 4/29


MOWER A SAW

-kEPAIR-.-
Barfield's Lawn 6 Garden,
212 Third St.
229-2727
years experience
New'& Used Equipment 5ales

fREE pickup an d delivery
(when we do your repair)
tk 516


sarlicco
by DeGraff
A.ffordable- REAL
Stucco Work
Over,50 colors to choose from.
All StUCCON
Woftyrofo.am
Also specializing in:'.
SimulatedBrick'
Sim, ulated Stone
Ouality Painting
Vall Thn, 112%e
Stucco Man"
229-8588
Mobile # 227-5424


Circle S RcTudshing
Repair e Touchup or Complete
Refinishing. We do it ALL from
furniture to floor. Free Estimates
This orea's most experienced rehnishers.
827-68xs ask for Dusity.


MARVIN'S

Satellite Service
bJ-5I(,eotgiaA%,ev)ue Call (850) 647 3171
Pot t ,[ Joe FL 32456 (oil 18501899 1061


CbrWApplianee
Repair Serp ke

477 Ponderosa Pines Drive
Port St. joe.1 FL 32456
6w'ner.- Cliris Acree
Mobile 227-8083.,
Office., 22.7-1402



IL P. Cleaning Services
No Jo6 Too Big or Small
For FREE Estimates e 227-3623
Homes, Offices, Mobile Home's
41p 4/22

ood Work Doesn't Cost,
AAAP Ir Pays!
ST. JOE TREE AND
STU" REMOVIL
Brush Chipping, Stum p Grinding.
and Logging'@'INSU RED
6924 Alabama Aenue 0
Port-St. Joe
850-647-3405
tk 5/6 Charles Tipton


GULF VIEW Large mobtle home lot In
restricted subdidsion. High elevation
paved sUreets, city %%uter & chain link
fence on boundajes. Located on Auger
Ave. and Surtray Court, Beacon HW,
S35.000. Call Parker Realty of Me;dco
Beach. Inc. for further irtfo. 850-648-
5777.- tfc 5/6






Pickup camper shell, size %%IdLh 72-,
length 82". For short box. Ca.U 227-
3860. 'Itp5/6


PUBLIC NOTICES'

IN THE FOUR -IEENTIH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT Or FLORIDX IN AND
qR GULF C.OUN IN,
IN-RE:-The E*atr'of PROBATE DIVISION
REX C. WILLGUS_
de6ia 4 ed Case No 99-18CP

NOTICE OF ADIMIMSTRATION
The atirrunistmo.w. (if the Estate of REX C WILL.-
us e No 99 ISCP is pending In
d eased. C3-
the Circuit Court for Gulf County Florida, Probate
Division the addre;% of uhjrh is Gulf Count%,
Courthouse. Port 51. Jre. Florida 32456 The
name i and addrew5 of the personal repre5enta.
tive and the personal attarney is
set fr rth belo%
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFi ED
All persons or, whom tld notice Is ser.,ed who have
objecuons that challenge the qualifications of the
personal represemadi.e. venue. or the iunsdicUon
of this Court or claims an Interest in the estate.
are required it) file their objections with "a Court
)%%-TrHIN T HE LATTER OF THREE MON'THS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR NINEW WNYS AFlER THE DATE OF
SEWCE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM
All creditors of a.e decedent and other persons
haong claims or demand.; against decedents
eLate on whom :t copy of Liu.; nouce is served
unhin three month., after the date of the First pub.
licat-ion of Llus nouce. must Ole their claims wiLh
this Court %kITHIN THE LA`TTER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB
UCATION'OF THIS NOTICE OR NINM DAYS
AFTER THE DATE, OF"SERN-ICE OIF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
Ali' other, creditors of t he:'decedent an& persons
having claims or demands against the decedenfs
estate. must Me their claims with this court WITH-
IN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATEOF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL
CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECMONS, NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this Notice is
April 15. 1999.
Attorney for Personal Representative:


" Residential @Custom Wood
" Commercial sindustrial
A 6 R Fen-ce
Fe'vehig and Concrete ft.-*
Alberr Fleischmann FREE Estimates
EIN#593115646 (850) 647-4047


Catherine Le Collier
Independent Sales
Repre5entotive
211 Anen Memorial Way
Ii ., pa" 8L jo* -
AVon (850) 229-6460

BOB'S PAINT 0
BODY SHOP
30 Continuous Yeors of
Automotive Body Repoir
Rebuild Wrecks
Body & Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Body'Work
MV02522
Call or See B013 HIEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone zz7-7229


HARMON's HEAvy EouIPMENT COMPANY
SPECIALIZING'IN CLEAN TOP SOIL
BULLDOZERS BACKHOES LOADERS
TRACTORS -DUMP TRUCKS
8.50;,6.'.18-8924 -lVleX11'co8each,'FL32410,.


ALAN STRICKLAND (850) 647-8081
uc, PER00 131 a8 24 Hr. Service
Do It Right the ist Tizime Call
STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
Power. Pol6s e Trailer Hookups Service Chbnge Outs
New & Remodeling onstruction


2026 Marvin Avenue

Sall Port-St. Joe, FL 32456
License #RC0067081
A

,Phone(850)

-859
ik 516


DAVID C, GASKIN
Florida Bar No. OV928,
P.C. Box 185
iVe7ahitchjka, Florida 32465
,850-639-2266
PerspriaLRepresentative:
DOROTHY N4URLTHOM PSON
P. 0 Boh I loci
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
4tc, April 1.5i 22!; 29, and May 6, 1999-
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBN GIVEN That pursuant to a
Writ of Execution isoued in the Circuit Court of
Gulf County. Florida. on the 12th (Jay of April,
1999, in the cause wherein WILLIAM Lynch,
Individually and William M. Lynch,,djb/a Bflrs
Auto Repair. was plaintiff and F. R. Welch, individ-
uallv and F R Welch D/B/AWelch Auto Crushers.,'
was defendant. r being Case No 96-101 in said
Court.
1. Frank McKeithen, as Sheriff of Gulf
County Florida h3%e levied upon all the right. utle
and Interest of the defenclant P R Welch. Individ.
ually and P R Welch d,,b /a Uelch Auto Crushers
in and to the folloning described property to wit,
Tractor WTute FTeLghtliner CA213ALO
85750 Vchicle ID No:
Portable Car Crusher
Trailer Jilabisma, July '95. Tax
30-N.9-36346 Apportioned -
Alabama '95 78-22A6
and on the 18th day;OrIM3. *1949. at the front d6or
of &.e Gulf CounrY C0UrLri0USe. in the CIO of Port,
SL Joe, Gulf Counr% Floncla. at the house of 11:00
AM EST or as soon thereafter as possible. I will
offer for sale Lill of the said defendant, F R.'
Welch s nghL. ude and Interem in aforeza)d proper-
ty at public clutcr% and.%ill sell the ;afne subject
to all pnor liens, encumbrancezi and judgments. if
any to the highc4t and best bidder or b1cluers lbr
CASH the proceed, to be applied as far as nia% be
to the payment of costs and the satisfaction or the
ab.ye de;cribed execution
PRANK McKEITHEN
Name of Shertf-A
oiGulfCounry Flonda
By. /5,.' Prank Mcheiffien
Sheriff
In Accordance wiih the Americans unh Dis3bilme n
ACL, persons wiLn dis3bilrues needing a special
accommod3cion to parucipate In this proc-ce.iing
should contact Sheriff Frank McKeithen nut later
than seven days prior to the proceeding at 22L-.
4tc. April 22 and 29 and his%. 6 and 13 1999

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENT HJUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR GULF COU"i FLORIDA
CRIL ACTION NO 99. 14 7
IN RE: Adoption of a P&nor Child.
IDOB 91 15/951
NOTICE; QE AMi 0
1-0 Edward E BaLson or any other individual
Last known acrdreis 100 Price St Lalkeuorth. Fl.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an acclon for the
Adoption of hitnor Child has been flle.d in the abcve
court and % ou are required to ien e a copy of your
written defnses. if any. to it or. Lillie Lemois at the
address of 435 Chipola Ave. Wewaltitchk.. FL
32465. an or before June 7Lh lqqg. and We the
onginad with the Clerk of the Court either before
scenic upon Lillie Lemols or Lnunechateiv. there.
after. otherwise. a deiault will be entered again5l.
you for the relief demande,3 La this action
W7714Wmy.hand a;icl'seAj,,oi`,die Court
on April 30th. 19,19,
BENNY C L19MR
CLERK OF COURT
GULF COUNTY. FL.ORJDA
;s/ Tonya Knox
Deputy Clerk
4 tc. May t, J[3, 20, and 27, 1999.
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOURrEFNTI-1
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE or ru)RjL)A.
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO. 99-19
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The, Estate of
BRENDA J. RICHARDS,
deceased.
NO77CROPADJ11INISTRATION
THE ADMINISIRATION of the Estate of BRENDA J.
RICHARDS. deceased. Pile Number 99-19, is pend-
Ing in the Circuit Couri for Gulf County, Florida.
Probate Division. the addr"s or which is. Gulf
County Courthouse. Probate Dmston. 1000'Cecil
G Coiun. Sr Boulevard, Part St. Joe, FL 32456.
The name and address of the Personal
RepTesentame and 'his attorney. are, set forth
below,
.An Interestedpersons are required to file UTIMN
THREE (3) MONTFIS FROM THE DATE OF THE
F7RST PUBUCA71ON OF THIS NOTICE. (1) Ali
claims against the:estate and (2) any objection by
sin Interested person on'wh6m notice was served
that challenges the validity of the Will. the qualifi-
cations of the Personal Representative, venue or
jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BEFOREVER BARRED.
DATE' of the 11TSL publication of this Notice of
Acirrunistreition 5/6/99
/s/ Thomas S Gibson
THOM,46 S GIBSON
RISH. CIBSON & SCHOOL. PA.
206 E 4Lh Street
P.:O. Box'39
Pbrt St. Joe'' Florida 32457
'(850) 229-8i I I
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
Fl, BAR NO., 0350583
/s/ Billy J. Richards
BILLY J. RICHARDS
P. 0. Box 383
Port St. Joe, FL 32457
PERSONAL REPRESENTATINFE
2t1c, May 6 and 13, 'IM.

NOW, SeiTh I i Star On Line at
s, Wwv dStaffLxom


WE BUY HOUSE&

fast cash quick closings any cooditio'n

(850) 648-5435 o (904) 7,83-0.333
f. 5/6


PHIL'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS
REPAIR AND REMODELI.NG
110) 220-6460
Phil ier Residential Contractor,
tfe 5/6 Licensed and Insured Lic. #RR-00671-99

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

FRANK J. SEIFERT
Accounting and Income -Tax Service
Telephone 509 Fourth Street
Office (850) 229-9292 R 0. Box 602
Home (850) 648-5919 Port St. Joe, FL 32457


St. Joseph Bay Office Barrier, Dunes at Cape San Bias
1520 C.R. C-tlO, Port St. Joe, Florida 32A56 110 Barrier Dunes N, Port St. Joe, FL 32456
1850) 227-2000 888-227-211140 '850-229-9800 800-293-0428, ext. 107

BEACHMONT, H.OMESITES

Indian Pass 200 Indian Pas's Rd", 96 foot Gulf frontage,
230 foot deep, 76 foot on"the road. ` $23*000. ML5#2842.

Indian Pass Deepw6fer -Drive, 75 foot Gulf frontage, 63,0.
foot deep, pines and native vegetation'. $172,500.,,
MLS#3587.

Cape San Blas Louisiana Ave., Beachside Sul:ltdivision
50 foot Gulf frontage, approx., 520 foot deep. $138,000.
MLS#3580.

01998The Prudential Real Estate Affillettes, Inc. The Prudential and 4 aiereglst ered service marks
of The Prudential lnsuranc Company of ATerica I&Equal Hous ng Opportunity.
Each Company lndependentf Owned and Operated


I TRADES and SERVICES I


'''


St. George Island


r -----------------
DECKS. -. DOCKS I

and'Porthes''

1 227-362


Pr' udenflial
Resort 2 Realty. of
St. George -Island


STEAM CleaningG,,.. STEAMC:LEANING'

CARPETCLEANING, M
z >
5; 3:
< 9W6
U-1
i M
u >
Odor Control 24 Hr Water'Da z
U-1 Pet Stains Free Estimates z
(850) 227-5098 or 229-9663
STEAM CLEANING STEAM CLEANING





aT


varrni


to


tlie


UP


S


e


H'le


Computer Paper
SPR00408--9172 x 11
20 Lb. Plain
Continuous Feed Paper A


2,300 sheets per carton


.50


Every Day Low Price!


List Price...... $47.95/ctn.


_ _ _ _ __ww


Copy Paper
SPARTA 1/2 x 11


20 Lb. weight


5,000 sheets per carton,


$


.50


Per Carton


Complete Line of Toners for Printers
* Hewlett Packard Canon nd .ir


SEpson
* Xerox


* Lex mark


* Apples


* and


* Okida


ta


re price


more!


Banker's Box


STORAGE


FILES


As low As......


each


up o 60/o


OFF ON


BROTHER
LABELING 'SYSTEMS
S& LETTERING TAPE,


Legal Ruled Pads
SPARCO White or Yellow


/2x 1
72 x


1 s$1.29
4 List$7 .


5 x 8 List$.89 .. ..


. 79ea.


It Mighf Not Be Your Copier or Printer.
Weyerhauser 1 st Choice
Try FOR COPIERS-LASER-INK JET
e/, $ 175
et! 8 1/2x11 .


8 1/2 x 14 .. $9.95/rnm


11 x 17 ,.


e ea*m


. .$15.50/rm.


FAX
Paper

As tow A"'s ROLL
-v ^\ :1


mies


8 1/2x 11


g each


HON File Cabinets
500 Series
2-Drawer . .'99*
A M .. ...A.S 4^Af fn


4-urawer


my0i s. *ol -


iPublishning
Sorppdnyo

308 WILLIAMS AVENUE PORT ST. E.Q
Phone 227-1278 or 229-8997
FAX 227-7212 .
Your One Stop Center for All-I
Tour Printing, Office Supplies,-
Copying, and Publishing Needs.


All Types Top Quality

PRINTING


At Very


Reasonable


Putty/Black/Light Gray
a1 W.1 Ti


WE DELIVER!


~C


I


4


m


IW A


1I


Prices


I


Lw %J


'Raw
%ZW


.Mooo


_ .r...


DFFICE


A










PAGE 2C THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 13, 20, 1999


Notice of Tax Certificate Sale
Pursuant to Chapter 197.402, Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that on the 26th day of May,
' 1999, at 9:30 a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, Tax Sale
Certificates will be sold on the following described
lands to pay the amount due for the taxes herein set
opposite the same, together with all costs of such sale
and all advertising. Sale will be held at the Gulf
County Courthouse, County Commission Meeting
Room, 1000 Cecil G. Costin Sr Blvd., Port St. Joe,
County of Gulf, State of Florida.
EDA RUTH TAYLOR
TAX COLLECTOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


00017-O00R ,
1 R-0006400 $19.23
ADAMS CHESTER &,EDNA E,
S 7 T 6 R 8 1 ACRE PER DEED
REC'D ORB 39/732 ,_<
MAP 153 ,

00060-230R
2 R-0013200, $327.66
FLOYD MARK 0,
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNREC
LOTS 6 THRU 13. .4.289 AC M/L.
ORB 199/175 FR GULF COUNTY
FARMS INC.. .
MAP* -155

00105-OOOR
3 R-0016900 : $118.90
HUGHES U, JEROME & MARY A, .
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) 'A 147 X 130 FT
LOT ORB 183/BRO FR ASHMAN.
MAP, 5A A

00120--OOOM
4 -. R-0018100 $32,70
HOWARD LEONORA C/O.FE BAYLE-GS
6 28 T 5 R 9 100 ACRES ALL
OGM IN E1/2 OF SW1/4 LESS 3.
A. IN SWC OF SE1/4 OF SWi/4,
W OF LOCKLEY BR. & ALL THAT
(FOR FURTHER .LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL')

00171-OOOR
5 R-0027900 $69.90
GISPANSKI RONALD
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD.,(INRECORDED) LOT 45 FT.,
BY 95 F orF LOT 5 ORB 181/470
QC FR RAMER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00187-OOOR
6 R-0030700 $351 .20
GORMAN W. CARSON
S 5 T 7 R 8 UHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD.(UNRECORDED) PART OF LOT
4 BEING 90 BY 110 FT. ORB
77/469
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

00193-000oR
7 R-00315 0o0 $71.10
GoPMrAN UILLI. AM S
S 5 T 7 'R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD.(UNRECORDEO) W1 75 FT ,OF
I fT 5 REC'D ORB 147/505 FR
GORM.N "
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00223-000R
8 R-0036300 $44.92
UALDINdGO.C.
UI T llFIELLJ ACRES ,-"1 lifjUI 'll.
CRIFES. SECrlNO ADDITION PB I PG
59 LOT 12 ORB 103/1005 FPR-" ..
SCOTT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX PFl-J 1.

007'.00( o )nr
9 R-0 l'. 100 $188.,69
Ir'J ltlI UILLIE I-, ,& HEIErJi
*JHi[IFELD ACRES AT HOWARD
C Ih':l. SFItiINB ADrOT I (IN PB 1 PG
5,9 LOT 6 ORB 44/228
MAP 4* 156 A
BLK 4

00247-000R
10 '1R- (0>19 ('0 $359.. 09
VALLEY CONS I RUCTION
WHITFIELU ACRES AT HOWARD
R1EEK SFCOnlD AlnnIiTil IH PB 1 PGB
.;,9 10T 5
ORB 187/173 FR SPRAGUE
,(FOR ri rH-IER LEGAL' SEE; IA. Pill. )

00:141 00OR
S P- 00'19n0 n $31.1 .,01
Li .'.Rki JAMES u & SHERRY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG'
59 LOT 6 ORB 114/623 F RI
RUSSELL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00264-00 'R. .
12; R-0041500 $173.07
I_ riliUFY .II I ( iRL
WHITFIELI Af'RES AT HOWARD
CREFK SECONtl ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 .I'lrT I I &, ?
ORB 204/771 i' LINDf;EY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROkL)

00,765-000R .' ?.
13 R-0044600 : $406.21.
VANN JOSH H,, &'LA'DONNA H'.
WilI fF IEI.D ACRES AT HOUARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59- LOT 1 ORB 188/686, FR ,.
R N .R. .
(FOR FURTHER. LEGAL SEE T:AXROLLI..)

00301-OOOR .
14 R-O050100 $158.,52
SIMMONS ANNE
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOUARf
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PO
59 LOTS 7 & 8 ORB 167/728 FR
SMITH
(FOR. FURTHER LEGAL SEE IAX ROLL)

00326-OOOR
15 .R0-0054500 ,$280.23
MIXON LANNY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND AIIfiTTfnN PB 1 PG
59 LOTS i2,' 13, 14 ORB 156/
464-465 FR MIXON-.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE ,TAX ROLL)

00327-OO1R
16 R-0054700 .HX : $205.49
REDD JAMES A. JR. & NINA N, -
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARBI
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOT 15 LESS 5 X 62 FT
,STRIP ORB 193/683 FR DAVID
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00334-032R
17 R-0058300 $48.84
WALKER JOSEPH B,. ET UX
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) W/2 OF LOT 2 ORB
65/571
MAP *156A
BLK 4

00334-033R
18 R-005B400 HX IK $126, 95
OTHIC BRENDAN E. & KAREN M,.
S 5 T 7 iR B HUOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) E/2 OF LOTS 2 6
3 ORB) 196/967 FR MIODLEBR[:lIKS
MAP *156A
B1..K 4


00334-066 R
19 R-0060800 $16: 1.87
]ni SO1N JAMES B & JO CAROL
5 1 I 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) LOT 6
ORB 160/955
MAP *156A
SBLIK 6

00334--069R
20 R-0061000 $:175,07
WHITFIELD JOE W
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) S 1/3 OF LOTI 7
ORB 57/842 & ORB 95/743 FR
HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

003f34"-076R
21. R-0061300 $496 ,12
LEE BILLY G. ET AL..
S 5' T 7 R HOARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED). LOT 4 ORB 57/73:1.
MAP 156 A
SBLI(K 7

00334-078 R
22 R-.0061400 $2 .69
L..EE .BII....Y G., ET UX
S 5 T 7 R B HOWARD CREEK IPROPI
(UNRECORDED) LOT 5 ORB 87/499
MAP 156 A
BL K 7

00334-232R
23 R-0065500 -HIX $333,5:1
WARD MELVIN & WANDA
.IlI)iU 11II .Ri f'ROP, NO, 2
I'JPI IfN IIF I I II 11, 1.2, 1.3
ORB 180/930 FR BODDYE
MAP 156D .

00334-263R
24 R-0067300 $221, 20
MARTIN .NORMAN M.
HOWARD CREEK PROP. NO. 2
UNRECORD LOT 13 ORB 90/877 FR
HOLI.IDAY BEACH INC & 'i01 ".14
FR MARTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL..)

00334-515R
25 R-0068100 $154,88
ROGERS IIF:IErqFY A iNAiE' N
HOWARD 1 IEL I PF _II' ILJU .1
IURECL:I1RilED LOT 3
O1.V :0'.1111 FR HEATH .
MAP I I ,ill ,, r
/ BL.K D

00334-520R .
26 R-0068200 $200.25.
POUE RU; UE[MPUEY
IlIlLIA l I:Pl I-K PRIOP NO 3
UNIIREC(URDELD iUT 4 ORB 148/122
FR UYROSIIICK ORB 1.73/971lCU
FR"PAYNE '
(FORi FIl'R.T'HIER" lI.I ',t F TrAX ROLL)


00': ,1'4 45R
.'.. R.-00.',11700 $114.73
LAMBERT JOHN E
.HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT
MNO',. 3 ; iiHl D-i .11111 I IuT' 9
ORB 153/444.FR LAMBERT LESS
OR1B 153/B82 TO. GILLMAN
(FOR, FURIFIEI LEGAL SEE i'.' ROLL)

00334-53OR 0
28 R-0069400 ,:$169.,75
.3'ILLMAN ..IFFr
HOWARD CREFk PPDPERITIES UNIT
NO, 3. Lrl 4 ORB, 153/882 FR
. LYNN ;
MAPO 156D
BLK E .

00334- \151
29: .: R-0071100 $186.29
11111.il WALTON:.... .
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT
NO"; 4 .(UNRECORDRED) LOT' 3 ORB
191/414 FR TAYLOR
MAP 1560D .
S ,, -.' BLK, G

00334--735R
'30 R-0071500 $1.58.43
WARRI-N II I Aill F '
HOWARD CREEK-PROP. UNIITi .4
(IIIIREIIRilE.nI) LOT 7 ,
ORB 1 n/-5'' I i11 ni II,e' BEA .CH, :
INC-.
S(1-IIR URTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00:J38 .1 R", .
31 P-00/40'.0 tl", 00
JUNIES JI-. Z
S I / R 8 ..r AC M/L HOWARD[
CREEK PROPERTIES UNIREC, LOT 7:
ORB 168/964 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00342-'00I61R" '
32 R-0074300.. $170.58
STEPH-FN', ARDEN
MAGNL..IA = STATE UNIT 'NUMBER
1" PB 2 PG 48 LOT 1
MAP '156,A
1RB3-'169/558 FR CALLOIWAY
1. L, .B 1 1

00348-001R : .
33 R- 0095100 $150.97
TURNER TROY' -
MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NUMBER
1 L-T 10 PB 2 PO 48-
URB 211/360 FR SCHEFFER'
MAP* 15'6A
BL..1K 1

00360-125R3
34 R-:0077200 1$:l69 0)S
BAKER, BOBY & EMILY CABANISS
S 6 T 7 R 8 1 AC M/L.
LOTS 5, 6 ORB 202/942 FlR
GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP* 156B

00360--234R
35 -R-0078500 $489, 1:1
NIXON Ti: HEN A, &
S 6 T 7 R 8
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOTS 16 & 17 ORB .1817/134 FR
GULF- CO, FARMS INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX ROLL)


00360--242R
36 R-007800 $06, 0
BRAKE I..EROY
S 6 I 7 R 0
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 20 ORB 157/526 FR GUI..F
COUNTY FARMS INC.
(F:'OR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00360-246R
37 R-0078900 :10. 5,56
GULF COUNTY FARMS INC. '
S 6 T 7 R 0
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 21 ORB 19P/730-
731. FR FL OYD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAI SEEI TAX ROu .)

00360-248R
3l R- 00 79100 1246, ;1
JONES LARRY S. & MAUDIE M,
S 6 T 7 R U:
HOWARO CREEK I'ROPEI:7'RI1:S
LOIU 23 ORB 202/7M13 IR GI O1.1
CO. FARMS INC.
(FOR FURTHER L.,.EGAL. SEE TAX ROiL. )

00360-250R
39 R-0079200 $192,. 05
JONES LARRY S. MAUEI M.
S 6 T 7 R El
HIOWAR CREEK PROPERTY ES
LOT 24 ORB 209/527 FR GULF '
CO. FARMS INC.
(FOR, F'JRTHER LEGAI.. SEE TAX ROLL).


00360-265IR
40 R-0079700 $1a6 0o
MARSHAL I.. WILL.IE E. JRE ; ,ET AL.'
S 6 T 7 R 8
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT. 32 ORB 1.81./781: C FR
MARSI-iALL
(FOR FURTI-IER LEGAl... SEE TAX ROLL.)

00360-329R
41. R-00S2000 $4i 4:1
GULFI llll' I l V' FARMS INC
S 6 T R 1.1 HOWARD :CRIi:l EK
PROPERTIES 5,5 AC M/L.. BEINC3
TRACT D & PARCEL LYING. S & AO)L
TO LOT 34 B I K K ORB 142/225-.
(FOR FURTHER I.E GAL.. SEE TAX ROLL....)

00363-0551R
42 R-OO016200' $1 1., 02
MERCER SCOTT M, JR, N
S 1 T 7 R 1 ,5 AC M/L.
BEING LOT I)1. GAME RESERVE SUB
DORB 203/50 FR FLEMING
MAPI :1560)

00363-4201R
43 I' < '*,'.. $255,410
UPTON lIII l I '
S 8 T 7 R 8 2.5110 AC M/.. '
PARCEL. 410 ORB 201/650 FRi
FLEMING' I l Ill : 1,
MAP* 1.560, (

003651000R
44 \R-OE8B600 $a39,90
..OVETT JOEL B, & FRANCES 1:1,
S 9 T. 7 R 8 1 AC REC ) ORB
9:1/480 O(IN BROTHER'S RIVER FR
CARTIER
MAP #:164C

00383--000R
45 R-009000 $55, 26
THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO
S 17 T 7 R 8 18.40 ACRES' E/2
III NE/4,ANE/4 OF SE/4, E/2 III-
i./4 OF SE/4 I/.' OF E/2 &
W/2 ORB 79/379.'L-'.'; 584,01
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROL..)

00383-30011
46 R-0091300 $250 ,86
SMILEY 1:ONALD. S
S 8 T 7 R 8 5 AC M/L
BEOMG FARM- 'SA ORB 167/77 FR
FLEMING LAND CO, & 3 AC IN
FARM*5 ORB 167/299 FR FLEMING
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)
nIll n 350R '
4/ R'-0091400 1255', 48
CHRISTENSON THOMAS
.S E T 7 R 8 4.3 AC.M/1.. .
BEING TRACT..1 ..REC.'D. ORB 172,/i
901 FR FLEMING LAND CO.,' -
MAP* 1.5 1:1

00419-OOOR
48 1 R-0097400( HA $971.47
BURTON JASPER 1., & MICHAEL T,
S 31 T 3 R 9 5 AC LAND DESC
IN ORB 50/80 FR -IAIE..E & ORB 0
50/82 FR THOMAS & L.E9.S ORB)
83/61B TO SHEALY & LESS ORB,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL..).

00419-009R
49 R-0097600 $22. 23
HYSEL. DANIEL.. H, ,,
S 31 T 3 R 9
17.9 X :105,23 X 17,9 X 105.21
FT STRIP 1ORB 21.0/434 .1C FR
.1..ILL LESS ORB 210/435 TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00421-001R .
50 R-0098300 $238,, 89
TAYIOR I..ELAND & DORA
S 31 T 3 R.9 BEING LOT 3 OF
STOKES .SUBD UNRECORDED ..
LORB 144/784 FR PENNINGTON ,
MAP : *' : :

00447-000R .
51. R-0100800 $450 33
SIMS TONY E. & MELISSA. A.
S 31 T 3.R 9 .17 C .'
ORBIT 216/970 CD PR STRANGE ,
MAP #109C'


52 ,R-0102200 41: 1,.30
,illI IVAN liA N I1. .EDUARID
'; I 4 R .,ORE) 60/6601 FR
EASTERLING :BEING I''S i iI "(3"
LESS 90 FT TO' SUL..LIVAN IN .
ORI .'1 .'. 10 FR SULLIVAN
M A P I r l 11 1.


00456-012R ( ,
53 R-0102400
.SULLIVAN DANIEL.1., EDUARD "
S 1 7 'T.,4 R 9 BEING PARCE:..
OR111 212/8 FR SULLIVAN
MAP :.1.10C


Ii'').


1)I .- 1
514 R0-01.,i 003 ;. 3 :, i i i.l :1

SUL.LIVAN IANIEL. 1DWAR :
1 6' T 4. R 9: ;)'RB' S/ A 8 1.B6 BEIN(
W 90 FT OFP' ARCEL "U"' .. 1il
ORB 212/12 FR SULLIVAN
MAP 41l.1.1

0048.1-0001 '
55 : R-0 01.063 00 $665 ,'2
BLAIRJ( .J.EY W & RI;:GINA G
KIENTUCKY LAND.h1:NG UI VU):ISI:rON N
UNIT ONE PB 2 PO 35 L OT 5
OR1) 1.76/903 F)R. 13.1..A R '
MAP 1.27C
BL.K 1.

00495-000R '
56 R-01.07800 '. $'26,.5--,.
JOHNSON SCOTT HIOWARI .
KENTUCKY LANDING'SUB DIVISION.
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35 N/2 OFl .
LOT 2 OR)B 146/41.9 FR' JOHlNS0N i
MAP :11,27C
BLIK 3


()0497-050R
57 R-0108:1.00 $21:83,
BROWN JE.I:RRY W,
S 1.7, I Tl 4 0R.9, JIM ,E. )LON .
PLAT AS REC'D.ORB 25/7:1. LOTSI
22,2324,24,.5 JIM E LONG PLAT.,
ORB 1.91/708 QC FR GAS KINI
MAPS 1.11.A


00505--001.R
58l R-011 :0900 HIX $202,
OUTLAW A. R,0 & KATHRYN
)' 16 T 4 R 9 .53 AC'
ORBI :2/3.1.5 FR HEWETT
MAP *l128DIB


00506 0:1, 0 R
59 R-01 :1., 6400 $I30
AUAMS LARIRY 6&
S :16. T 4 R 9 75 X 1.25 s I,..UT
O NRB 208.1/580 F'IR AIAMS
MAP 4I, .120 1

0050-060IR
60 R-0 :1.17 800 10,62
I:..AM 1...IES I. E I: I.. & LARRY
S 1.7 T 4 R 9 .20 AC ; M/I..
BEING I.,IOTJ 3, OIRBI './Slj/ -S

MA P'1:1. :1.1, A


00O108--OOR
61 R..01..1.0 200
R & R REALITY INC
S17 T 4 R 9


.i *1A 4


,72 AC M


00621.--03(0R
A 20 O R-.0:1.42200 $56.57
YATES 1 w..:.L.I.:AM S .
RE)3I.H BIML. ISLAND SLII.B, UNIT
NOI: 2 l..II 1.5 ORB 1.27/272-73 FR

MAP:I1 1.1.2D


91.20


/1..


00500 I-O OR
,61. R-0 :1.:0.200 1 .4 7,,
R & R REALTY INC
S 17 T 4 R 9 ,72 AC M/I...
BEING LOT 7, UINREI: P. AT ,Y
FISHER ORI B 1.47/9127-91.3 I'F
RUSSELL....
MAP :1..:1.1A

00509-000R
62 R-0118400. $467.30
BROI W ER ..,1 ET. AL ,
S 19 T 4 R 9 TRIANGULAR .' .
'.1111 I PARCEi... 200 FT. ON .
CHIIPOL...A RIVER 62001 FT UN,.
CHIPOLA RIVER CUT-OFF OI: .B RIB'
(FOR FURTHER L'..EGAL. SEE TAX ROLL).

005:15-0031 '. ,
63 R-01.21'500 200 50
SIMPSONI LARRY & SIIERRI
S 1.6 T 4 R 9 .
2 LOTS 75 X .125 EACH ORIB 19/ .
971. FR HAR(ROVE '
MAP* 120 13


00523--000R .
64 R-0122400 .$432, .39
CARTER JOHN W & 'CHRISTINE.
CHI POL...A 1CUTO F:" AD b.TION .: ) l
IOLA .LOT 3 PB 2 PG 21. 1O.RB1
1.11./706 FR 'POWELL '
MAP' :1.11 A
1L K.1( :1.

00537-1000R
65 R- 0123700 0 $,.1.18;: 03
ROBERTS TRAVI S '
CHIPOLA CUTOFF ADDITION TO
.IOLA UNIT .1." LOT 17 P IB 2 PG 21
ORB 172/795 FR PITTS
MAP 'll :11:1A
S .BL K. :1'

00565-1201R
66 R-0:129100 $1)97.4
STONE JAMES' O & CAROLYN M
S 19 T 4 R 9 BEING LOT .15 66
-.X :1:18 AV DEPTH UNRECORDED ..
PLAT PFR COX ORB 171/30 FR
OBERT
MAP* :11.10.C

00'5741-000R
67 R-01.30700 $343 67.
.BOR)DEORS 'VALERIA, HEIRS .OF 1:
S 30 T '4 R 9 1.92 AC BEG AT
NEC OF NW/4 OF NW/41 RUN 8 9
CHS T'lH W 2.22 CM-IS TH N '9
CHS, TH E 2.22 CHS TO POOI,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)_


005S86.-050R
60 R:-0134300
111111l IIIllJ ANNE
t? 11 UI Ill ISL.ANBD
NO. 1 LOT 1 ORB
79/489
MAP .1.1.211


SU00 UNI


$14:1. 22

1'T


7 I/ I %1. ) I UN I
73/528 & ORBll:'l;


13LIK E


0061'3--0'l u'
69;, ,, R-" l"-'740. n1" ,$111, 43
ROBBINS NICHAEL L.E 6
RE5P-BUkl I, Sl,,AND *'lll i' '
NOM 1 LOT 6 ORB ..4.../ 'i I l' 9E"I
OF DUDLEY FRANKLIN ROBBINS
& O10RB 166/596 1/2 INT FR NOREM
(FOR FURTHER LEGAl.. SEE TAX ROLL)


00614-01.0 R.
70 R-0137000
YATES WILLIAM S.
RED BULL ISI...AND S
NO.,' 2 1..0'T 1. ORB 9
YATES
MAP *94A.

00614'-020 R
71 R-0137100 0
YATES ,11 1 i '.,tl S.
RED BULL ISLAND S
NO. 2 LOT 2 ORB 9
YATES .
MAPI. 94i A


00710--255R
1.02 R-0174400 $115.06
MINCY IKE P. & DORIS M,
S 18 T 5 R 9 91 AC H/l..
LOT 11 ,QUAIL RIDGE ESTATES
ORB 130/17-19 FR GRADDY
MAP* 114B


I1l.K K l K
10 K 00711-001R
00621. -050 R :103 R-0175100 HX $25,0. 72
91. R-01.42400 $60.33 MINCY IKE PAUL & DORIS
YATES WILLI.AM 1 T 5 R 9 17.744 AC M/L
RED BULL ISLAND SUBBO. UNiT 5,414 'AC M/L ORB 101/307 FR
NO. 2 LOT 1 1.7 ORB 127/272-73 GRADOY & 8,32 AC M/L ORB-120/
I: R YAT', : 297 FR BATSON 3 AC ORB'
MAP* 1'1.20 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
B I... K K :


00621.-060R
02 R-0 (1.4'25000
'MC I:)AN'EL. B, J, '." .
REI.1 IUL".L i:Sl.AN :) US BD., UNIT
NO., 2 .LOT :.(1 ORB :1.01/1040
FIR L 1URI EN
1 I I IK/


00622 "-040 R
:I3 R-0:1.432000
SANIDE:RS F'REDI S ET :AL'
RED1. BU I..:.'UISlANTD :SUB,B.D
NO 2 1...T .2' 6 'ORB'''.1.
FUSE)...1ER: I ,
MAP 11.:1.21;i ,


00623-060R
':T(4 R-0144200
PI'E MICHAE.L W YN'E;
RED BUIL.. l SI.. AN 'IUNITI
L.)1OT 25' 'RInB 21,6/844 I
MAPII: ::12i '


00626--020R
E5 R-O:145700
MINCY IKE:.
RED BUL.L. ISLA ND' S U'D
L.OT B &. 2) O1ORB '1.:1.7'/
EMERS(ON BLK' M '
MAP: 1:1.213


RED S L) 0 1).


QIC [:0ARMSTRCLIMG




C- 51 ':)400

I .4 I I :..AYNU 11)


11


,rl ,, i l 1. ,U 1 2
il., 11 .',: 1i I.'i lD
MAP' 11.2. 0


00635-020R
,3I 1 R-0151600
DEES WALTER B. & JUDY
RED BULL IS..AND. SUBD.
NO. 2 LOTS .1.5, ,16, OR
FR ZZITO & L.DT .17 ORB,
FR ZI'TO
(FOR, FURTHER LEGAL SE


00636--0511R
*89 R-01-52000
I '1. ll I II.. I 1 0
REID DUL.I. ISLAND
NO. 2 LOT 1 180
FT. -ORB .145/574
MAP *1.1.2B


'U
*l:


00711-01iOR
104 R-0175200 $182.80
$72.25 MINCY IKE PAUL
S 18 T 5 R 9 2.59 ACRES ORB,
S 71/97 FROM LAYTON LESS .414
S' AC ORB 101/306 TO GRADOY
MAP* 1.14 B .. .


00713-010R
1.05 R-0175800 HX $595.20
SBUCKALEW JOHN & REBECCA K.
:. 4.01 S '8 'T 5 R 9 10 AC
ORB 202/398 FR GAY .
NI MAP 11'4 8 .
F, R M' A *1
007:20-OOOR .
S16 R-0176400 $530.60
BLK .K, MINCEY IKE & DORIS M,.
S 18 T 5 R 9 3.53 ACRES REC'U .
:RB. 129/686 FR MINCY
,' est, I'} ,


1'iAP #114 i. .. : ;
N1 2 1 0. 1 05 '
FR107 SMMOR-0177700 240.24
IILI, L *: WIMBERLY B.M.
BLK I.. S S 19 T 5 R, 9" HONEY HILL.
UNRECORDEDD) LOT I
,3'7.4 OR1n 913/994 FR WIMBERLY,-.
MAIdI C ,1 4 ,

S fNIT.I 00728--245R .
297 FRi 108 R-0100300 HX $35.09
ARDIRE KENNETH & JO AlN &.
SS 19 T 5 R 9
HONEY HILL SUBDIVISION (UNR
1131 4 EC, ) LOT 29 ORB 1 25/514 -
113.S68.84 62 TO ARDIRE & ORB 187/45 FR
i.. (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
II /975 00728- 250 .,.
'- r 1'09 R-0110400 $59.25
API*I IR KENNETH & JO ANN ,, 9. .
'BIK N S '.19 T 5 R'9"- ., '.
HONEY HILL SUB.: (UNREC:.) AA
LOT 30 ORB 125/561 AA FR
$2221' 5.1 HARRISON BEING BAIT & TACKLE
(FOR FURIHER LEGAL SEE TAX RO I)
1111i. -, ,R
II l.4) 1 ', 0 '" : -r.'5 R : i *;;' .
110 P- 0I Il OO $498.29
HOUSE WILBUR M. JR. & RHONEA:A
BLI.S 'P 5: 18 T, 5R 9 2.34 AC.GH/L
374.54 FT-PARCEL ON SR 71;
$265,t.14 336.62 FT DEPTH
ORB 199,'/758FR BROCK
UN.IT MAP# 1148. ..
BR 1 9 i .1 /.0 '


91E TAX ROLL

E TAX ROLL.I)


HX $367.173
& REGINA 0
SUBD, .UNIT.
FT, BY 1.35


F"R DUDLEY


- 00640-003R
90 '- '.1 00 $7,
-BRYANT L.UEY & ELSIE LOUISE.
RED BULL. ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT,2 ORB 153/993 FR PARKER
-MAP #1:1.21


.... ....... .. BL K,.A

00640-041R .' o,
9:1 R-0155400 $66.83
KILLEBREW JERRY ET UX,
RED) BULL. ISLAND. UNIT NO, 3
LOT 1 .60 AC ORB 79/1067
MAP 1.1.2B .


iUBD. UNIT 00640-062R
49/447 FR 92 R-0155700
F:IL..OS IEBBAR A .
RED BULL ISLAND UNI'
LK ..1 A, .OT, 3 ORB 204./712
MAP* 1:1.2B
$68,3.33 00640-'125R"
93 1-' I ., -' ; :
UBD, IN.:I BODY l<'r J .1,l I I
'9/447 FR RED BULL ISLAND UNI'
S, ... LOT 1. UNREC. AA FR I
MAP 'I1.1.2B "
S BLK A ,


0061.4-030R
72 R-0137200 $618
I ,[I IJI l I t S '
In l I) iLI ISLAND SIUB.1 )., u.NI.T .I
NO., 2 LOT 3 ORB 99/447 .F'
YATES .
MAP '94A '. ..,


S, l BLK1 A
00614-040R "
73. R-01.37300 $6833
YATES WILLIAM S
RED' BULL. ISLAND SUB0. UNIT
NO.' s2 LOT 4 (1i.l- 1,14 .F.R r

MAP 494'A .
.. l; ,' K1.11,. A
00614-050R : .
,74 R-0137400 $60,33
YA ES I Il ,
RED BUI i ,.i ,nn SUBS) 'UNIT
NM: '2 LOT 5 ORB'99/'1447 F"R
*YATES MAS l94A '
B1 k1 A '' ;. .
S1' B ..,K A.

006:16-0. 0)OR .,, ..
75 R10138500 $72,25
CLLARK TIERNEY LYNN
RED BULL. ISLANDD UNIT N),,2
LOT.13" 1RB'.1.:6/124 FR SHEETS,
ESTATE : : .
MAP':: 1.12B .. ,
r '; ** *' *)' .' K I "


0061.6 )0101 1
76 R-0131700 '




MAP 1.1.21B, ,


00616.-090R
77 R--0138(10)0 1
YATES WILLIAMS S.
RED BU...L ISL..AND SUBD, UNIT
NO. 2 ..LOT 2 ORB 99/447 FRR
YATES
MAP *1.1.2B ,


00617--000 1
71 R-01:308900 $
YAT'ES WILL...IAMS S.
( RE.) BULL ISLAND SIUBD, UNIT
NO. 2 L..OT 3 1RB( 99/44 7 FR
SYATEIS
MAP *:11i2B


0061S3-030 R
79 R-01.40000 $0:
ALL I.SON L.,ARRY J,
49 RED BULL ISLAND SUBB,] UNIT
4 NO, 2 LOT 2 & ,90 AC LYING
Ip OIF SAIl .LOTI. BEINiG. 1,5 AC: M
I I 1 ORB 819/643 F'R YATES MAP *11.:
*! ,BL.


176' .16


00640-126R
94 R-0158600 .
,33 BODY If fl h',ti i,
RED 'm i Il -'-; rmi UNIT1
LOT :-* II'i l ''. I<82 QC
MAP *112BP
ORB 179/459 FR ADD


00640(-1.3: ,R'.
95 R- .OI..i9 00 IIX
BODY KENMI1ALL ,A.
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT'
L:OTS 7, 8 & 9 ORB .11
FR SMITI & ORB 11.9/;
SMITIH', &' ORB 14.9/144 .1
'(FOR i, in' IH I' LEGAL SE

()064.2-'006 R '
96 R-0:1.599.00
RICKS GLEN EDWARI:)
COCHRAN I..ANDING PROP
S PORTION OF' L..OT 5 '
PORTION OF LOT 4 O1
FR .MINCHEW
MAP I :1 :2B .,': .

006'42--009R1
97 R-0:160200 HX
NATIONS ROBERT JR
C1CHRAN LANDING, UNRE
IOT 9 ORB 160/109 Fl
IENINS1ER
MAPI 1121 '


('1 31--350R .
: i. -01R2300 HX $,25,a6'.86
HIRlllINM HARY ,
S 18 T 5 'R 9 1.73 AC M/L
ORB 97/687 FR HORTON & LESS
143/591 QC -0 TAUNTON & ORB .
'.'r/i76 Q'C FR HORTON
M I 11 ; .


0 007:3-355R :R
S I:' R-0182400., $74.59
R TIJAUNTOIJ DAVID L ET AL
'S 18 T 5 R 9
4,*66 96.34 FT ON SR,711; 348.93
F.T DEPTH ORB 143/591 FR
HORTON & LESS 212/353 TO MIN.CY.
MAP* 114B


00733-360R : ,
113 Rr'01 2500,,, >;. .10I, |. 73.07
- 11 1-'Y IRKE, l ,
S 18 T 5 R 9
,96.37. FT ON SR 71
ORB .'12/353 FR TAUNTON
MAPI 114B


BL. K D 00733-400R ;
114, R-0182600 : ', .$257.81
SIMS STEVE H.' .: I .
$90.,63 S 18 T 5 R 9 1 AC M/L 285 KX. ,
SN'.3180. FT PARCEL
T NO' 3. ORB 191/639 MORTG. DEED
FR JOHIINSON MAP# 114

00741-002R
$66.;83 115 R-0184200 52.23
S" WILEY CHARLES 0. & MARTHA A.
I NO, 3. GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS FARM
,Olill'.lIl t1 ORB 83/184 4.92 AC M/L
ORB 186/234 FR: WILLIAMS
B. LK Y MAP 114C,

'$ 170 '1:7 00741-007R r
116" R-0184700 $57.14
NO 3 MARSEE VICTORIA
FR BOliY GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS 1,.01
AC M/L 147 X 300 FT PORTION.'
)IS0N OF FARMH'6 ORB'.103/738 FR GULF
O,, I Y CO. FARMS, INC. & ORB.1.4/523
S. (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX' ROLL)

$41.21 00741-011R ., .
1,17: R-0185100 $308.71
M)NO, '3 SPANN EARNEST & JOEY
17/6"24 GULF CO. 'FARM TRACTS *10 & 11
28 QC FR I() AC H/L' 0RB 125/800 "FR
QC FR 'ODY GULF- COUNTY FARMS, INC.
E "I.' ROLL.) MAP t14C'

00741-013R
118 R-0185200 $196.53
S $!5"77".49 MINCY'IKE P & DORIS:M
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM '
UNREC,' 12 5 AC M/L
N., ORB 169/274 'FR GUINN
1"1,200/9(87 MAP #114C '


EC.
R."


00650)-0001R(
90 R-0:164400 HX $40.90
PRICE KENNETH C, & KIMBERL.Y ....
Si 31, T 4 R 9 ,55 AC M/L 100 X
240 FIT LOT IN SW/4 OF NW/4
I.1K E ORB 1.36/142 CD FR PRICE
S'MAP* :I1.12


$68.33 0070-OR000
99 R-01.71900 $734,058
RUSSELL CARRIE ANN
1, T1' 5 R 9 1 ACREI
150 X 290 FT: ORB 203/608 FR
ADKISON ET AL.
1K E MAP* 114B


40.175 00709-003 R
1.00 "R-01722100 $108, 0)3
VOYLES DANNY C,
S 1. T 5 R 9 40 AC NE/4 OF
SE/4 ORB 187/858 FR GASKIN
& 60 FT PARCEL ORB 185/457 FR
K p LLUIMLEY
MAP* .114B .

60,71. 0071,0-.205R)
10:1. R-01.73500 IlX $436.22
MOWBIRAY WAL..TER WAYNE & TAMMIE;
SE S 11: 1 5 R 9
/1. L.OT 1. )LIAIL RIDGE ESTATES,
I 1( 4ORB 1.89/102 FR GRADDY
K I MAP 1.141


00741-014R
119 R-0185300 ,. $184
'1,281 MINCYIKE & DORIS
S: LGULP COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
#13 5 AC M/L ORB 130/287 FR
GULF CO FARMS I-NC.
MAP *114C, ,, .


00741-025R
120 R-0186300
MINCY IKE.& DORIS
GULF COUNTY FARM 1
24 ORB 86/606 AA E
& ORB 150/953 FR 8
INC. *
MAP* 114C ,


.5,3


$18.03

TRACT FARM *
S AC' M/L .
GULF' CO FARMS


00741-029R
121 R-01896700 .$176.94
DAVIS MITCHEL 0.
GULF'COUNTY FARM TRACT PORTION
OF FARM *28 -4 AC M/L
ORB 202/69 FR SMITH
MAP* 114C

00741-033R
122 R-0187100 8$184.55
ELLIOT JAMES H. SR. R, ET AL:
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM ;
*32 ORB 91/153 ASSIGNMENT FR
JOHNSON 4,9 AC M/L & ORB 166/
1396 FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP *114C


00741-036R
123 R-0187400 $179.56
MINCY IKE P. SR, & DORIS M.
GULF COUNTY FORM TRACT FARM #
35 4,8 AC M/L
ORB 212/750 FiR ADAMS
MAP#, 114C.


U L K K


/111/;:)110 N


:::


$ 7,9 9 1.














00741-054R
124 R-0188700 $140,39
MINCY IKEB P', '& ORIS
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS 3.638..
AC M/L W/2 OF TRACT *5 ORB
113/342 FR CANTLEY & PARCEL
ORB 125/901 FR CANTLEY
MAP* 114C

0074-OOOR .
125 R'-0191600 HX : $151.90
GATES MAR1HELLE.' ;
S 20 T B5 R 9'7 ACRES REC'D
ORB "178'/578.FR '-BAGBY, ,,
MAP* 114B

00771-035R i
126 R-0193200 : $249.13
FERRELL' THOMA'S L'. & SHANE T, .
S 28 T 5 R -9": ;'J.. -
BEING LO T16 OF BYRANT 'S,
LANDING (UNREC) SUB. -,
ORB 205/989 FR COMMANDER
MAP* 1328 .

00777-.000 R. ** 'I W.! k .
127 R-0198700 I-X .' :$4.24
ROGERS JIMMY LEE
S 29 T 5 R 9 7 AC ON WU.SIDE
OF SR 381 IN N/2 OF N/2 OF)'
NE/4 OF NW/4 REC'D ORB"28/642
'k'APW *1',i5A '. .
OoA 600 A '' .
O07'9 8-O OW ", :..- ,

128 R-019960., $99.90
BUZIER DAVID A & PENELQPE 'A
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO '1 PB, 2
'PG'8'9 LOT 16 ORB .1:7.7/64' FR
MORRIS '.
(FOR FURTHER, LEGAL' SEE' TAX ROLL)

00796-000R,-' :,: F; .
129 R-0200200 ;$*441.13
GOODELL CLAUDE L & DORIS J,.
CORRECTIVE REPEAT OF .J. ,, .',
RIVERSIDE PARK 'UNI-T..NO' 1 'PB 2'
PG 38 LOT", &' B,'015 "1.'5/707 FR'.,
HILTON "'.
(FOR 'FURTII "LE:BLi'SEE .TAX .ROLL)

g 00803-0OOOR.0R '. .
1"30' R-020n800) HX, ,. $30.,95
YARBROUGH TAMESA L.
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF '. ,
-RIVER'SIDE PARK UNI"r''NO 1' PB 2
PG 38 LdTIS 1'V-3' ". ... .
ORB 214/7 QC FR PRICE'
(FOR' FURTiHEfR ILEGALhSEEj TAX!' ROLL)

008i9-'000R" ; : :* ,I I *
;11t R-0202600: $483.09
AKE GERALD A & LINDA LEE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF:, ,
RI-EtRSIDE PARK UNIT;.NO 1 PB .
PG iB:iLOT'T113 'W 15, ORB *1,42/374
FR MC KINNEWf ,&!' ORB 1'42/747 FR.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL -SEE; TAX ROLL)
1 ; .


00824-000R ""
132 R-0203000 V, $583
HAND CLARENCE E. ET UX
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF l;' %,f -.
KUIERSIDE PAR'kIUi'T 'NO' 1 PB 2
PG 38 LOT 22 ORB 86/430
MAP : 1 ';'
S.' BLK A

0OB27--00 R :
131 R-0203300 .., $751.
REED THOMAS C.
ClIRRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO.1 PB 2


00953-023R
145 R-0219800 $151,63
WILLIAMS ERNEST C & ERNESTINE
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 62 4 ACRES
ORB 157/574 FR GLASS
MAP 115B

00953-025R
146 R-0220000 $1443.35
DAVIS GEORGE D JR
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 64 3,72 ACRES ORB
76/1058 & ORB 156/663 FR
GULF CO, FARMS
MAP* 1158

00953-028R
147 R-0220300 $83,31
LOWERY III ROBERT & AUDREY L.
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 67 & LESS FARMS NO. 68 &A
69 (4 AC M/L) ORB 142/75 TO
LOWREY
MAP* 115B

00953-03711
148 R-0220900 $8:1..0 1
HOGUE CLARENCE & VIRGINIA G
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO, 2
TRACT 76 2 ACRES ORB 177/675
FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP* 115B


00953-039R
149 R-0221100 $81
SIMS DANIEL & BETTY
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 78 2 ACRES ORB 98/218
FR GULF COUNTY FARMS INC.
MAPt 115B
00953--054R
150 R-0221700 $1)20
HAMPTON ADA L,.
GULF, COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO, 3
3 AC M/L BEING N 255' OF LOT
85 ORB 159/469 FR GULF CO.
FARMS INC,
MAP* 1158

.00953-057R
151 R-0222000 $186
SEW-N-STUFF
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NOC. 3
FARM *86 5 AC M/L
ORB 201/649
MAP ,1,158

00953-068R
152 R-0223100 $126
MARTIN DENNIS A.
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
N/2 TRACT 84 2.5 AC M/L
ORB 201/976 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC.
MAP* 1159

00953-069R


153 R-0223200 $76'
.09 RICE KEVIN
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 3
A 2 AC PORTION OF TRACT 95
ORB 197/424 FR JIM WALTER
HOMES INC.
MAP@. 115B


80


PG 38 LOT 4 ORB 144/653 A'A FR.
POUE.LI. & ORB 189/303 QC FR TOM,
(FOR FIURHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

003.9-OOOR :
134 P I-1204 400o $166,84
FARRELL MIKE
I ORRECTiVE REPLAT OF'510':.; CC-.'."
RIVERSIDE PARK. UNITTn' OCl PB ,2.,_
PG 38 LOT 1 ORB 157/84 R':"""'F'
WALL "
(FOR FLIPITER LEGAL' SEE TAX ROLL)

00841-000R
. 135 R-0204600 $48,4:1.
FARRELL MIKE
'CFIRREF:1 IVE REPLAT OF ,
RIVERr.iOE PARK UNIT 1NI 1 PB 2
PG 38 LOT 6' ORB'B 157/845'
LIAL L
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL),


00841-010R
[136' R-0204700 i. $166.54
FARREfLU:iMIKE .. ;,;.., :.;
.COORR. REPLAI OF, RIVERSIDE PARK
PB 2 PG' 3 3
LOT 3 ORB 157V ,45 F,. WALL ,,
MAP* 112C .'

00841-050R ..
(137; R-0204800 ., .. 'H,41
FARRELL MIKE
CORRECTIVE;.REPLAT. OF R IVE R1 IE
PARK. UIliNTNIl -1:,. ,
PB ::.-.PG-38';: .'LB',Tj ., ORB, 1'.' /
845..FR- 'ALL .
MAIn* :I12C '.',. .. '. : :*

00876-OOOR .
1':389T', R-0208300 ,,' $304.23
DEAN L DAVIB .'. .. ..
CORRECTIVE REPEAT q.,F,TWIN ..
LAKES SUBD'-UNIT. 1 R.B 2' PG 38
LOTS 2 & 3 LESS S 25,'FT, OF
LOT 3 REC'D ORB 146/777..,R;
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

l'i0920A.002R ,- .
139 R-021.1300 HX *I912.36,
KELLER. BERNARD L, A Fl. I ZADETH J
TWIN LAKES SUBD UNIT 3
UNRECORDED LOT ORB 164/224
FR FREEMAN ., ,
MAP *94D


BI..K C

0094 .'' 0001R .'
.10 R--02 76- ," HI *$3 59.14
PIPri'H PATRUICtA A.' '',' l
S :9' T 5 R' 9 12. ? 'AC N/2 ,OF
SE/4 OF SE/4 IES SSR"-' 81, R/W
& LESS ORB 38/225 TO BIRE':
LESS PORTION LYING EAST OF SR6
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE T..'AX ROLL)

00947-000 R ':,
14i R-02'8160il ';" '. $50', :17
MAPl N 4DOL' IE '&'E:iELL E '" .
S' 29 1 5 9 5AC: BEGAT SEC .
OF SU/4 OF NE/4, TH RUN N "
4.50 CHS, W 17 YDS, N 35.YDS" ,
FOR POB, TH RUN E 70 YDS N1.05
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SFE TAX 0OL.L)
S' *' .',

Op947-050R
14i R-021R200 ; $27.95
CHURCH. NEU GULF COAST'
S 29 T 5 R 9 REC'D'DBK 6/99 '
LESS DBK 6/511 QCD 106/926 '"
MAP* 115A

'009--ooo000R .
343 P-Oin/f0O '; $333.66
DONIEI.,' JOHN ", 'NELLIE
S 29 T 'R 9 2"'AC BEG' 144,YDS'"
N 01-o '-L OF SW/4 OF RE'/4 'RUN.'
N 144 Y'OS E 72-YDS S'144 IYDS
TO PUB ORB 170/189 FR DANIELS
MAP@ 115A


00953-01lR
14, 'R-0.219000' $:1.91-94
1)VIS GEORG'D. ; CLARENCE
GULF COUNTY FARMS" UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 50 4.26 'ACRES 'ORB
78/732 & ORB 1676 FR GULF1 CO.
FARMS, INC.
MAP *li5B


.81.







.32


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. MAY 6. 13. 20. 1999 'PAGE 3C


01009-OOOR
167 R-0237700 $52,77
LUCAS SHIRLEY & DONALD E,
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2
PG 25 LOT 9 ORB 194/610 FR
CARTER
MAP *132D
B...LK 3

01013-011R
168 R-0238200 $136.80
CARNLEY IDA ELIZABETH
DOUGLAS.LANDING UNIT 1 P82 PG
25 LOT 4, 6 & 8 ORB 209/74-76
RC FR CARNLEY
MAP* 132D
BLK 4

01013-020R
169 R-0231300 $37.93
HOLLAN D EVELYN
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB[ 2
PG 25 THAT PORTION OF RD LYING
IN FRON OF LOTS 5 & 7 ORB I.,'.
729-730 FR FRIEMAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
01016-020R
170 "R-0239000 $*62.39
HOLLAND EVELYN
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2 PG
25 LOTS 4 & 5 (LESS RD R/W)
ORB 194/877 QC FR LANIER
MAP* 1320
BLK 5

01017-000R.
171 R-0239100 $3(0.09
HOLIAND EVELYN
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 POB 2
PG 25 LOTS 6 & 7
ORB 194/877 QC FR LANIER
MAP 01321B
BL 1( 5


01045-045R
172 .R-0242.00 $35.33
GATES JONATHAN CURTIS. & PAUL P
S 35 T 5 R 9
40 FT ON CHIPOL.A RIVER; 548 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 139/242-43 FR
GATES
*,5, MAP* 143


01050-110R
173 R-02461.00 1-IX:
JONES W.A. & BONNIE
S 2 & 11 .T 6 R 9 67.62
M/L PARCEL REC'D IN ORB
570 FR JONES & 16.38 AC
,60 185/309 FR ADAMS
MAP* 144


7,49,


00954-042 R
154 R-0224000 $238.83
BATESON JERRT MYREE
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 4
TRACT 117 4; AC M/L'ORB 87/241
AA FR GULF CO FARMS & ORB 197
/78 FR GULF CO, FARMS INC.
MAP* 115B .

00954-044R
155 1 -02 :':4100 $207.49
HA I '1 "';l f il I .LY L : :
cIIiI [ .IIIIN Y FARMS UNIT NO. 4
TRACT' 118 4 AC M/L
ORB 155/993 FR GULF CO, FARMS
MAP 115513B ,,.

00954-133R0
156 R-0224500 $343.38
REYNOLDS HUGH JR., & LINDA S,
GULF I:JjI-INlY -ARMS UN 11 NO. 5.
(UNREC.) FARM *133 & 134
6.48 AC M/L ORB 190/223 FR
GULF CO, FARMS
MAP* 11.51 .

00),994 -1438R
IF,' R-02256.00 $142.30
I;' YtVntI 1S HUGH JR. 6& 1..3NDA
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 5
i-AlU NIJ. 148 6 149
1jR1 'U10/381 FR GULF CO. FARMS
INC. ,
MAP* 1158 .

00962-050R .
158 R-0227200 $57.12
.PIPPIN PATRICIA A,
S '32 5 R 9 12,55 AC M/L.,
198 FT ON SR 381-A ORB 148/129
-139, FR 'PIPPIN ESTATE
MAP* :115D'

00962-156R
159 R-0227700 $46.91.
FRANKLIN GERALD GRADY
SS 32 T 5 R 9 1 AC M/L.
222.40 ON CO, RD 381-A
ORB 166/351 FR FRANKLIN
MAP* 115D

00973-000R
1.60, R-0229100 202.00
HALL JOHN H.,
S 33 T 5 R 9 6 AC A LOT 140
YDS N & S & 230 YDS E & U IN
NEC OF NW/4 OF NW/4 ORB
11.1/56 CD FR HALL. ET AL
MAP *1.32C


161 R--02310800 $210.73


OALKEITH RECREATIONAL ASSOC,
S 33 T 5 R 9 .03 AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 191/540 CGC
FR MEREDITHI
MAP# '132C


0097.9--1.85R1
162 R-0231500
BYRD HEIRBERT 1-1
S 33 T 5 R 9 .2095
BEING LOT 3, PIPPIN
UNRC, ORB 170/984
MAP* 132C


AC M
PL AT
FR P


$43,.42

I/L

"IPPIN


00979-200R 1
163 R-02:1.00 $46'1
MC NEAR PATSY
S 33 T 5 R 9 ,28 AC M/L,.
BEING LOT 14, PIPP:I:N PILAT,
UNREC, ORB 171/445 FR PIPPIN
MAP* 132C

00979-2151R
164 R-0232100 $29
PIPPIN JAMES W
S 33 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 19, PIPPIN PLAT
UNREC.
MAP; 132C

00979-225R
165 R--0232300 $29
VICKERY MARTY
S 33 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 21, PIPPIN PLAT
UNREC, ORB 217/202 FR PIPPIN
MAP@ 132C

00994-0011R
1.66 R-0234600 $86
FHOLLAND EVELYN
OOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2
PG 25 LOT 1.5,16,1.7
ORB 194/877 QC FR LANIER
MAP *1.320
BL.K


$961.30

AC
167/
ORB


01050-130R
174 R-0246200 HX $4
ADAMS FOY E. & CATHERINE S.
S 2 T 6S R 9W 3.75 AC M/L
3,.75 AC LOT 13 ORB 136/1058
MAP# 144

01056-1201R
175 R-0248700 $
PITTS JR. HARVEY A, & STEPHI
TURKEY RUN ESTATES (UNREC)
LOT 14 ORB 136/387 FR PITTS
MAP@ 133

01093-100R
176 -025T27, ('00 $3,7'
-TACHIKAWA INIERNArIOWAL CORP
S 25, 26 T 6 R 9 84.6 AC M.
PARCEL 1 IN ORB 134/335-31
FR J.T. MURFF'
MAP@ 146

01093-200R
177 R-0252800 $1,9<
TAIl' AKUA ,INTrPNATTC i(T.t CORI
S 31 T 6 R 8 A 5 36 1 6 R 9
233 AC M/L 216.5 AC IN PAPCr
2 ORB 134/3135 FR M.K. RAN IIll
& 16 '!- Al"C UR 175/915 1I 1 P
(FOR FIIRIFiER LEGAIl SEE TAXAXF
01187-00.6R
178 R-0263600 4
TAYLOR LELAND & DORA
S 25 T 3 R 1.0 BEING PARCEf. N(
10 ORB 16'?/762 FR HAI-PIr
1f',P 91A

011:87--007R. .
179 R-026370.0 ''.'1
SNELL DONALD E.
S 25 T 3 R 10 REC.'D ORB
69/1049 FR SEXTON BEING
PARCEL NO 15
MAP *91A


01191-030R
180 0 R-0266100 $4
CLARK GEORGE THOMAS
S 25 T 3 R 10 25 FI STRIP AD
TO LOT 6, BLK 3 IDLEUOOD SUH
ORB 98/791 FR CLARI-:E ET AL

01'202-000R .
181 R-0267000 : $30
WILLIAMS T-ITUS' & ,WANDA FAYE
S 26 T 3 R 10 A LOT 208 FT
DEEP & 75 FT ACROSS FRONT BY
99.FT ACROSS BACK FR BAILEY
ORB 200/147 FR BELOSIC
MAP @91

01208-000R
182 R-0267800 $:13
HOLLAND RICK A,
BURGESS CREEK SUBO UNIT NO 1
PB 2 PG 49 LOTS 2 & 4 ORB
1.95/1000 FR COATNEY
MAP* 1149
BLK

01216-000R
183 R-0268500 $32'
JOHNSON JUDY 1 .
BURGESS CREEK SUBO UNIT NO 1.
'PB 2 PG 49 LOTS 14 & 16
ORB 214/246 QC FR JOHNSON
MAP* 11413
BLK 1

01238-0000R
1.84 R-0270200 $60:
GATES JOIHNATHAN CURTIS &
MIDWAY PARK SUBI0 PB 1 PG 43'
LOTS 1 & 2 ORB 139/244-45. QC
FR, GATES
MAP@ 91A


01241-01.0R
1.85 R-0270500. $:10<
COWART' MADELYN WU.
6.91 MIDWAY PARK SUB. PB 1 PG 43I
2 PARCELS ON DEAD LAKES
ORB :1L2/342 FR CLERK<
MAP* 91A'
B..K 2

01241-015R
186 'R-0270600 $65
.45 COWART MADEI..YN WU
MIDWAY PARK SIUBD,
B13EING A PARCEL IN LOT 4
(PARCEL 1 OF ORB 115/135)
REC'0 ORB 178/031 TAX DEED FR'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RC


27,58






77.26
EN





70.77
P,
/L
3




02,85
P.0

O- '.


01243--000R
189 R-0271000 -IX
DUNAHOO JOHN R.
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 P
LOTS 4, 5 & 6 ORB 82/31.
LESS ORB 94/269 DISHARO
94/735 TO SANSOM ORB 96
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE

01263-010R
190 R-0273900
LINTON JERNYL H.
IDLEWOOD SUBDIVISION UN
1 LOT 4 ORB 181/7881
L..INTON ESTATE
MAP* 91A


01264-000OR
191. R-0274:100
LINTON WILLIAM JR.
IDLEWOOD S.JBBD UNIT
PG 15 N/2 OF LOT 1
FR LINTON Phl'i-I
MOP '*91A


& TE

ORB


01267-0001 I
S192 R"R0274400
i r'I l (GEORGOE T-'
i rn I uIlil *" I.B1 D .UNI'T' N .O
'. I. I. II;l 5
rI'i' n I vII I


0126,8--000R
1.93 R-0274600
.IIU 1 I II r 'I' D. & A IIBARIBA
ll i llull ,'lull UNIT NO, 1
PG 1.5 LOT 1 0RB l1.:i.11./82 I
SPANN
MAP :91A


01270-OOOR
194 R-,'). ',IR o '.
LINTON UWIL.LIAM ,JR .6 TER
IDLEWOOD SUBD UNIT NO. I
PG 15 TRACT A ORB 101/79
LINTON ESTATE
MAP 491A


01359-115R
195 R-0283900
THOMAS STEVEN K.
S 35 T 3 R 10
330 X 685 FT LOT
ORB 185/562 AA FR
185/679 FR OWENS
MAP* 91.


$2,373.083

OG 43
3 &
)ON ORB
/329
TAX ROL..)


01462-000R
211 Rr.0299800
NELSON L'RI D,
C. F'. HANLON SUBD
PG 42 LOIS 8 & 9'
ORB 205/7G.1 FR PIT
MAP *910 :, .


01530-080R
20. 355 R,0324600 ..- $446,73
.. ', N I:E L SO N .' il I l : / 'I
NO 1 PI 1, S 4 TN.4 R 10 .1.,AC M/L
LO.T 1.8 ORB 200/753 AA FR TLC
TT' '& 200/755 A FR NELSON
M. MAP@74


01476-OOOR '0-2450R
$99.28 212,' ,R-0301.200 $34 ,380 2,4. R- 32570Q $159.74,
HUGH.ES JOHN E,.,& .PHARLOTTIE 0F TRESE EoIN C IARLES &
IT NOI. C, F, H'ANL.SN SJD ;NO PB1 :N' 'A, .4 R 10 .... 8.7 AC M/L..
FR PG"4/2, LOTr-.8E ,. l.: LOT It ORB 211/857 FR TLC"
MAP-@'4 ,'' '7' 'f "
)ORBE 190/1. FR PATE 4
MAP 1 9:L 0 ' '
l 1' K .'. ,' ,.T 01 5130- :,. .- ,
S.. 35, r O .'3 .9.00 '* l81.81..

$57.14 01409-00OR '4 : 'i' ''O 1 : ':' AC M/L,
RRY 2:.1.3 R..0302.900 $34,.6 'A
1. PB 2 AY WULLAM S CET AL TI .."' ,241'F9 ON S, SIDE CREEKVIEU
,:1/790 CENTRAL LANDING SUBO PB.3, F R.' R. lB 210/152 QC FR ROPER
4 LOT 10 ORB 202/1' I ". '
UI..[AMS ':11
Il I I MAP' 1, 9:1. D 01545-040R
I 1.1 '< 2. 236 R-0329500 $484.74
$2 2 .' 4ALOERMAN 221 1. it i' I ,,, S 10 'T 4 R 10 3' AC M/L
S .1 I I.' 1 $432:,* AC9 2 AC BEING 220 FT ON MICHAEL
SP 2 AYS DARREL K1. & VALEI:RIE .., S 3; 82.' A DEPTH & 1 AC
S : 1. 4 R :1.0 11.5 AC .l. AlF BEING 220 X 198 FT LOT,
,.-, ,,, ...m Yn.', ,. -, .(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'


NEC, RUNl W 275 YDi ; TI 'l '' ,
YD; TH E 275 YDSI TH N ,220
YDS .TO THE POB & L..ESS 1 AC;
$484 ,74 (F'TOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE, TAX .,OIl)
RA
1 PB 01514-050R
S 21.5 R-< '..(..' :$1 ,53:1,, 22
*D ')OZIER GRAHAM E,. ..
S 2 T 4 R 1.0 16.21. AC p M/L. ,
BLK 4 F PARCEL ON STONE MI:..L CREEK,R-.,,
I 1 ORRB 2125/272 FR TAUNTON & LESS. ,-
9,69 AC M/L ORB 139/353 TO
$813 .31 (FOR FL'RTHER LEGAL SEE' TAX.ROLL)
RRY I i
. 2P 01517-0041R
90 FR 216' R-0307100 ... '' 'I
VANN HENRY "'T. .
S 3 T 4 R 1.0 4 AC M/L. ,
900V T PARCEL ON S CMALL STREAM'


UNIT 1 """ "'nK L"- L ... N .. II
T 1 279 FT AV DEPTH UNREC. AA
TAUJNTON .
,1 9 .1 M A PO 7 4


& YVONNE R.
5 AC M/L

OWENS & ORE


, 013'9-i20P '
196 R -0'2041IO $1'* 0,.03
SHIRAH ROY A INA
S ,35 T3 R 10. 5 AC M/L
330 X 685 FT PARCEL BEING
LOT 10 ORB 183/708 FFR GOFF
MAP* 91
BLK B:

01359-155R
197 R-0284300 $1,440.25
DAVIS JAY & PHYLLIS
S 35 T 3 R 10 9.24 AC M/L
LOTS 8, 9 UNREC. AA FR OWENS
MAP* 91
BLK A


01369 .110R 1
198 R-0287200 1-IX $7.97.
NICKELL DONNA K
S 35 & 7364 T 3 R 10 6 AC M/L.
395.82 I-T ON SR., 71 674 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 103/712 FR nut .n
MAP* 9D

01373-004R
199 R-0207900 $249,
HANL ON iAJ Ii- rF NE


S 36 T 3 P 10 6 R1i7 A
FT ON DEAD LAKF, ORR
MAP *910D


S01373-005R
200 p- n,'ti '>,)
':1.21 TIllHMAS FiirF -.NE 11 ET. U
S 36 T 3 R '10 1 AC M/
O1 ORB 76/697 FR KIINARD
MA'P 91r.)

01'171' 000R

9.34 LEE BILLY G. ET AL
S 36 T 3 R 10 "2 AC IN
I 1IT 7 ORB 81/400 (PAR
MAP .*910

01373--021R
202 R-0288500
LEE BILLY G. ET'AL
43,23 S 36 T 3 R 10', 1 AC 25
BY 170.49 FT REC'D OR
JJ (FAIl t L II)
U] 'MAP 191D 0

01:31. -OO 0 0
203 R-028860.0
5,61 KELLER H-.RT1 JARL1 L. &
S 36 T 3 R 10 1 AC
ORB 194/361 FR TYRE.
MAP 910

01:311:3 -1000R
204 R-0289400 HX.
LOUWERY ROY & SHERRY
RIVERSIhE ESTATES ADDI
9.17 [11 A PR 2 PG 24 UN1 T I
5 ORB 105/765 FR MAY1I,
MAP *128B


01396--00OR
1 205 R-0291000*
LEE BILLY G. & ANNA L
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDO
7.66 IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT I
.LOT 1 ORB 192/347 FR'
'SCHOLLIAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL' SEE

01409-000R
206 R-0292200'
CROMER JOHNNY ET AL
7.75 i .If )-, ill[-: ESTATES ADDN
IOLA PB 2' PG 24 UNIT:N
:3 UNREC, AGREEMENT
MAP *1.281B


j O: (1417..000R
207 R-02-93000(
STEWART .JACK (0
0.78 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN
IOLA PB 2 P13 24 UNIT N
1.1 ORB 1.60/700 FR GAS
MAP 41128B


01432-000oR
201 R-0294300
5,85 DUKES BOBBY & GLENDA J
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN
IOLA PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NI
14 ORB 194/767 FR TAYL[
) MAP *128B


00







17'


A FR


01517;'007 ...
21.7 R-0307400 HX *489,.03
VAN HEIDEN JANE A.
S 3 T 4 R 10 5 AC M/L
PARCEL 359,87 X 605.22 FT
ORB 181/945 AD FR LAYCOCK &;
O)RB 203/19 FR LAYCOCK
MAP 74

01517-030R
218 R-0309200 .. $52.95
MARTIN BRANDY & MICHEAL
S 3 T 4 R 10 7.5 AC M/L BEING
TRACT 10 STONE CREEK ACRl'
(UNRECORDED) ORBi 62/15. FR
MERRITT LESS 2.5 AC
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX.ROLL)

01517--099
21.9. R-0310900 HX .$69.92
FLINT DAVID A & MI-LANTE P
S 3 T 4 R 10 1.5 AL M,'i
150 FT ON STONE MILL CREEK,
TRACT 40 ORB 171/387 FR FLINT
MAP* 74 .

01517-51011 .. ,
220 R-n'.I I 1 0 .$324,43
! 1tII]N AMY & rliI.'ABFf H
S 3 T 4 R 10 4 AC M., L
309.17 r f ARI'Ei- lINPEr. AA FR

I,'Wlit# 7


-,/ P -('1 i:'1'. HX $226
. .' P' 'L. PAT IW.WIU JAM-;iU. 4, Il- I [IPLIt ,, .
S2 &. 3 T 4 R 10 18.67 (.I M/L
12' 3'"'AC PAi1CEL.. 5 04: AC IN,,

$45 4:I. PARCEL NO. 2 6 1.20 AC IN
X PRACEL NO, 3 ORB 149/91.8-920
1.. REC'D (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROI
01517-52'5R
222 P-0.112"' :* $521
S.il.L i lAY ROBERT L. ET AL
$97.78 S 3 T 4 R 10 '2.41 AC M/L
S13(1RB 1?R/72 FR DANIELS
ORIG MAP@ 74
CE L :1)
01517-527R .
":.'.' l 01 f','Ii ?4 $:l55!
MIIi Il-i tx PIT Il.OITr LEE" -
$53.3,8 5 3 1 4 R 10 5,95 AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 196/475 FR:
5.50 FT DANIELS
B 81/400 .MAP*'74'

01518-003R
224 R-0313000 $65.
WYMES INNIlE C. & PANSEY
$1.,267.16 S 4 T, R 1O 2 A C'M/L
297,'6 FT'ON N. SlDE.OF STONE
MILL CREEK RD." BEING PARCL.
NO. 1 ORB 133/165-6.6 FR
(FO'i FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROL

01518-004R
$488.67 22" R-0313100 :' '. 65-
WYMES LONNIE C. & PANSEY
N" TIO S 4 T '4 R 10 "2 AC' M/L '
NU 1 LOT 394 FT ON S. SIDE OF STONE-.
.,",; MI:LL CREEK 'RD, BEING PARCEL ;
NO. 2 IN ORB 133/165 FR
BLK- :.' (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX :ROL
01519-004R .
$69', 94 226' R-0313900.)' $159,.
CAUSEY CHRISTOPHER RAY,'
N. T10 SR 3 T 4 R '1.0 : ;
N T TRACT o LINREC, AA FR.-TLC .
N( 1 MAP*- 74 -. ,, ....

'0151 --155R '
E TAX ROLiL) 01519-155R .
2 TA RLL 227 R-0315700 HX $1.813
RHODES TERRY L. & CANDI L .:,,
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
$282,29 (UNRECORDED) LOT *.-2. .ORI..
:1.37/942-46 .FR TAUNTON ET AL ,
TO MAP* 74
0 1 L.0T BLK..K A
FR MAL Y , ',
0)1523-'000 1R
BLK <; 4 228 R-"03:l900 $763.5
MC DANIEL KIIM L. 6 .& .
S 4 T 4 R 10 2.5 AC M/L..
$6,65.0,1:5 SW/4 OF NW/4 OF SE/4 OF 'NE./4
ORB 198/551. FR JONES & ORB,-: ,"
TO 203/586 FR MCDANIEL ORB 215/.
o 1 L..OT (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLI
K I N .


T


01528-190R
1BLK '4K 229 R-0322500
HILL CHARLIE & I
S S 4 T 4 R 10
$563,.29 I..OT 19, UINREC. 8
ORB 205/716 AA F
n MAP# 74'


$:
FRENTILLA 1
* 1.022 AC t
SUB I.
FR CLECKLEY


1.69 ,

M/L.'


0 .1 L.OT'
.10r


I..L


01241-Q20R
.45 107 R-0270700 -IX $397,47
COWART MADELYN U
MID WAY PARK SUS, PB I1 PG 43
LOTS 2, & 3 LESS STRIP; BEING
OLD MAGNOLIA LODGE FR STERZOY
ORB 122/761 FR COWART & FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
01242-000R
,80 188 R-0270900 HX $369.36
LINTON WILLIAM JR. & TERRY
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
LOTS 1,2, 3 & 2 PARCELS
ORB 181/790 FR LINTON ESTATE
MAP* 91A


Ell..K 2


01456-0071R
209 R-0297700
JENNINGS JAMES H. ET UX
RIVERSIDE ESTATES.ADDN T
IOLA PB 2 PG 56 UNIT NO
9 ORO 1/242
MAP *128B


01456--00R
210 R-0297900
JENNINOS JAMES H, ET UX
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TI
IOLA PB 2 PG 56 UNIT NO
10 ORB 81/244
MAP *128B


01530--002R
230 R-0322900 $214.7
BLK 5 PITTS WAYNE & JESSICA
S 4 'T 4 R 10 2.10 AC M/L .
TRACT B LI UNREC. AA FR TLC
$65,85 MAP* 74

0 01530-042R
3 LOT- 231 R-0323800 $52.9
PITTS ANN A.
S 4 T 4 R 10 1.07 AC M/Li
BL-I 7 LOT 9 UNREC, AA FR TLC
MAP@ 74

$65.,81 01530-075R
232 R-0324500 $149.9
0 I..EE BENNY L.
3 LOT S 4 T 4 R 10 1 AC M/L ,
LOT *17
UJNREC, AA FR TLC:
BLK 7 MAP* 74


0154E5--055R
RS7 R.-0329(00 IHX $648.80
MiI I WIW'; FRED L
; i 1 I R 10'' 2 AC M/U
1' 12 F I 'I'Fr.KF P1i.I 413. 17
FT AV TII 11I ORFi 15F ., 478-4110
FR TAUNTON ET AL & ORB 21-'.,953
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL),


V2'IH P ).- II 1' $165,74
RUSSELI LAUR : A ; ; .
S 1.4 T 'R 10 i IAC M/L
100 FT PARCEL ON STONE *MILL
,CREEKl UNREC. AGREEMENT FR .'TLC
MAP@ 74


0154---155R
:'9 R-0331700 $349.32
BURNS 'I OIJEIL M, .'
S .10 T 4 P 10" 3.40 AC
PARCEL A 6& B'ON STONE.MILL
CREEK' ORB 192/976 AA FR T.LE.C
MAP* 74

01545-175R
240 R-0332100 $543.05
SHOOK'JACKIE
S 10 T 4 R 10 1 AC M/L.
217 FT':ON.CREEKVIEW.DR.;
BEING'LO'T.S-4 ,
UNREC. 6QC FR'.SANDLIN -
MAP 74 .

01546-006R
241 R-0332800 PA3.31
HOLLOWAY DEBORAH A. HENSiFE Y
S 10 T 4 R 10 ? L. M/L-
LOTS "S-2" S (" -- I'
ORB ?n.,',-'O FP TL C
-MAP 74


01570-0501R .
/242 R-0337400 -IX
ITIRAYLOR JAN Gr'
S 11 T 4 R 10 24.4 AC
5C830.45 X 728.74 FT PA
SR 71 ORB 144/457 Li
A51ni- IN & 5 AC ORB 1
(I OR FliRTHr-P Ler.Ai SE


$1,960;.83

IC M/L
ARCLL nr
0 FR .
56/9108
EE TAX ROLL)


015,j'.) 2001,? ,
.'4:1 r : 600 .3 ,t072 48
TFIR IEN[rERI'Rl';ES INC. -
S' 1 1 4 P 10 3.1 AC. M.'t
:1).> X 4L' FT PARCEL I1171 1 .9 /
?-27 FR RASKIN.& ORB 1.79/794 FR
T RA l f


0 '0 7 ", '5 : :-1 P ; r ; ; :
244 R-0340400 $.73,09
Ml DANIEL ROGER G .
S 14 T 4 R 10 LOT 5
DEAD LAKES 'C-,.TrIT, S IUB J -
ORB :1.00/999 fr L1LbIFR
MAPI 93B


01579--120R '
245 R-0345800 HX $152.98
MARTIN RONNIE R
DANNY BROGDON PLAT, UNRED.
.11T 1.1 ORB 159/683' FR. BRUrAIjITN
.99 -& ORB 200/78 QC'~R'MARTIN-
MAP* 93A "

01629-000R
246 R-0:3 .p4"I H $23.29
MAYO WILL [AM STEVF & 'TAMMY I.
S 13 T 4 R 10
120 X 200 FT LOT ON JEHUO RDO-
85 ORB' 119/1109-10 A OF A FR
FELTROP
MAP4 93A

01630--000R "" ;: ,
247 R-0352500 ; $136,88
L) '.BRYAN.T JOHNNY.,'L,
S 13 T 4 R 10 .41 AC M/L 70
FT DEAD LAKES FRONTAGE; 253.7
85 :FT AV DEPTH ORB 124/716 QC FR
LISA BRAYANT
MAP* 93A

01630-010R '
248 R-0352600 $136,88
L) BRYANT JOHNNY 'L',
S 13 T 4 R 10 .42 AC M/L
70 FT DEAD LAKES FRONT)';. 260.
74 .65 FT AV DEPTH ORB,124/716 .
QC FR LISA BRYANT
MAP* 9'3A '' : .

01640'-00 "1R 1 ;' "
249 R-0354200 *' $91.83
I..INDSEY Cl-IARLES 't JO ANN .
52 S 13 T 4 R 10 .21 AC M/L
41 FT ON DEAD LAKES; 217 FT
AV 'DEPTH ORB 182/182 FR
LINDSEY
MAP* .93A

01656-01iR
.250 R-0357100 $366,00
SCOTT DEBBIE
54 S 13 T 4 R 10
.100 FT ON JEHU RD; 50 FT DEPTH
ORB 185/871 TO SCOTT '(LIFE
ESTATE, RESERVED)
MAP ?3A '

L) 01679--000R
251 .R-0359500 $522,66
EASY L'ONNIE V (1 SUSAN P
08 S 24 T 4 R 10 175 FT ON SR
71; 200 FT DEPTH REC'D DBK
33/207 & ORB 94/8221CERT, OF
TITLE' FR'.SHERESH' & 7 X .10'0 FT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01681-OOOR ,
252 R-0359700. $72.84
ROUSE MINERVA 'EST. i .
S 14 T 4 R 10 2.75 AC LDS
BEING 99 YDS X 99 YDS,.LESS
SOLD TO OTHERS & LESS CO RD
IN SUC OF SU/4 OF SW/4

01683-000R
253 R-0359900 $65,85
'2 WYMES LONNIE C & PANSY
S 14,.T 4 R 10 4.7 AC S/2 OF
N/2 OF N/2 OF SU/4 OF SW/4
LESS 44 X 96 FT LOT TO AMANDA
GREEN ORB 106/566-7 FR ROUSE
6 ORB 124/685 FR ROUSE


7 01683-1000R
254 R-0360100 $23
ROUSE RUBY
S 14 T 4 R 10 .757 AC M/L 100
X 150 FT LOT & 120 X 150 FT
I...OT IN NUC OF SW/4 OF W/4


.71


I.


~--- --


OR I













THE STAR PORT ST. JOE. PL T URSDAY, MAY 6 IS 20 1999


01,692-00R
255 R-0361500 $4,190.33'
BAILEY ROYCE GENE & TERESA F.
S 14 &. 15 T 4 R 1, 95.19 AC
M/L BEING RACE, TRACK SITE
ORB 191/153 QC FR BROGDON
(BEING RACETRACK COMPLEX)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE ,TAX ROLL)


01701-000R
256 R-0362500
ADAMS JAMES: H
S 14 T 4 R 10 A 228.
LOT E OF MEEKS LAKE
145/925 FR ADAMS
MAP* 93B


$229.'95

X 150.FT,
SUBD ORB ,


01713-000QR '
257 R-b363700 'HX '$1,300.,72
HASTY.tAL E T ,J u.'IPri.hPA Z' .
S 13 .& 14 T 4' R'O' '4' AC M/L '
& 80,X ,3P4 F'T 'LpTT'RB 163/683
FR HARRISON &0 D0 B 206/690" FR
HARRISON
MAP .,93B '" '

01717-002 ,.
258 ..R-036450'0 ,HX $10 56
FLOWERS LOUIE' ;' i..,' JUANITA "'
S 15 T 4 R 10 ,51 AC.M/L ,15
X 150 FT LOT'r ORB 141/32 FR''"
PARKER & ORB 141./33 FR PARIVER
MAP#* 7,5 '. .

01725-0QOO i, "'"' ''
259 R-0365300 1-1'X "24
PARKER THOMAS H.,
Si15 T 4 R 10 .51 AC COM-AT '
NEC OF NE/4 OF SW/4, S 300 FT,
TO P.OB; S 150 FT, U 190 FI, N'
150 FT, E 150 FT TO POB ORB,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX .R'~'L)

01733-000R .. '
260 R-0366300 44
PRICE FLOYD ET AL
S 15 T 4 R 10 2 AC 250:FT LI., .
IN SW/4 OF SE/4, N OF.-OL ,
PANAMA': OAD REC'D ORB 4 41,487
MAP* 74 i .
01734--OOR
261 R-0366400 HA .,l .8'
WILLIAMS GERALDINE
S 15 T 4 R 10 200 FT LO,T IN,-
SW/4 OF SE/4 REC'D nRB 79/701',','
FR FREEMAN & ORB 38/13 FR,.,
PRIDGEON "r .' ,
MAPt 75 .' .; :, !: .

01735-001R
262 R-0366700 ;,;.24 50
SIMS DANIEL
S 15 T 4 R 10 .12 AC A 1 flI 50:
BY 1 b'FT'REC'D0 dRB', 94/A90 ,
QCDO FROM tiAUSUN :' ;
MAP *75 '. ': ''.

01761-ood
263 R-0369300 HA '.592.87
MONTFORD THOMAS E & FRANCES ., S
S 22 T 4 R 10 3.5 M/L
A.L, OF E/2 OF W/2 OF" NE/4 '
LYING N.OF, SR "22' ORB 155/152-'
153. FR HANiSiON '. '. '
MAPt 75 .,, .

01768-025R '
264, R- (370500 HX :'. s2 ,. 17
JONES MARlY LEE
S 23 T 4 R 10 .5 AC M/L BEING.
LOT 5 OF AN UNRECORDED SURVEY
FOR LISTER ORB 124{/1.026 FR
LISTER
MAP* 93C

01769-OOOR
265 R-0371100 $569 90
SELLERS JOHN T.
S 23 T 4' R'10,.15.'982.'AC RFEr'.D
ORB 67/130 FRk.JIMMY .L & -
THITIMAS iEL.LERS P.? Wl .-i"' ,
MAP t93r x "1-I '0, rf': x Tric ii ,".

01773--000R
266 R-0371500 $46.91
JUNES VINCENT & CAROLYN R.
S 23 T 4 R 10 .172 AC M/L
BEING A LOT 75 X 100 FT ORB
136/83 FR JOHNNY L, JONES
MAP* 93C

017830-000R
26/ R-03722?00 HX ..Q44. 7
DAVIS OTIS, JR. & DFBORAH R "'
S 22 T 4 R 10 5 2'/3 AC: REL''[
ORB 96/611 PARCEL *,3 r ROM
KEMP .. ,
MAP *75 "":'


"017801-002R
268 0372400 -
DAVIS 01 IS JR. ET iXt.
S 22 & 23 T 4.,R: 10 60 1A
REC' D ORB72/:694. PARI Ft
2a& ORB 75/590
MAP *75 & 93C

'01,784-OOOR
269 R--0.372to00o,
MYERS VALER4E), CALL IE S
S 23 T 4.R R O; : .5 ACRE,
DBK 20/131 BEING TN NU
NW /4 ORB 132/910F rp L
MAP #93C

01785 4000R -,
270 R-0372900
MC NEALEYi-F.CORENCE. ; ,
S 23. T 4:'.' 10.I i.T; OF'. L4,,.
OF LilFIIN LOT', 75 FT ,BY..
FT. i'RB' '2/31f 4 ; -p
MAP 93C '- i .

',I /B_. ('1 1 O R
','I R -0:-17320'd
JONES RUl1ERT L'
S S 23 T. ,4 1 R 10 75 2'17,
OF LOt -R MrIIEAI.i 'Olpl 6(
MAP 93 '. '

01785--030R
'272 R-0373400
MC NEARLY FLORENCE ;':
S 23 T: 4 'R TO 1..33 AC; 85
X 85 YD.' .OT FROM HUNTLE
ORB 49/140 I FOR -50 -' I; i'O
LOT TO JONES IN ORB;:1B1/i
MAP* 93C

01791-010R
"27'3 R-0374000 HX
SUBER DONALD J. JR.6, ANO
S 23 T 4 R 10 lOT 1; &7 U
209,'935 X 330 FT' OF' 'LOT
GRIFFIN FARM UNRECORDED,
ORB 155/639-640 FR SUBER
MAPt 931'

01791-070R
274 R-0374600 HX
MC ,IANIEL MARY: LOISo ',
S 23 T 4'R'40 2..,88, AC M/'
BEING TR'AIT','7A GRIqFIN F
ORB 145/712 QC FR HOLLEY
ORB 157/87 :C iFR KING &
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE,TO

01797-000R
275 R-0375700
TURNER DIANE
S 23 T 4 R 10 2/5 ACRE 7!
BY 165' FT ON OLD 'PA4NAMA' I
FR EDDIE ROSE REC-'O' ORB
168/431." FR ASH
MAP *93C

0180--O00R
276 R-0375800
LITTLE CHARLES B.
C L MORGAN'S ADPN 'TO(
WEWUHITCHKA FLAU' UNti o'C
PB 2,, PG 1 3 "11llS 1, & I
(LESS E'LY 15 FT) ORB 92/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TIA


S$.1,46 48

C .. .
., I


01807-0OOOR
277 R-0376800 HX. $243.30,
BROGDON DIANNE ELANE
C L MORGAN'S ADDN TO,
WEWAHITCHKA FLA UNIT.NO ONE
PB 2 PG 33 LOT 1 : : '
ORB 196/988 QC FR BROGDON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


01816-000R i
278 R-0377800 2.1..80,
JACKSON JOHNNY.'LEE ET AL; '
S 23 'T 4' R "0 i r 'I. ,
ORB 123/728 "FR :FISHER. &.,LESS
.15 ACM/L :ORB'142/78'.TO ,
JOSEPH LEE JACKSONi& ORB. 17.9/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01820-00R0 '
279 R-0378700 HX ,$646,63.
RANSBURGH OREER' C & RUSSELLiH.,
S 23 T 4 R 10 193'AC M/L., '
THAT PARiT OFd 'E/4DOF, NW/4.
LYING N SR 2,.'ORB 142/850 ... ,
FR MC EACHIN ,. .
MAP* 93C

0oi 2 000R .., ,1
280 R-0378800 -'',i. 4451,83
GRAY WILLit YDE & SYLVIA L..,
S 23 f'4'1'"1IO 4;'695 AC M/L
357,59 FT ON S'R'22 r ,
ORB 195/991 FR SCHELL ,
MAP* 93C

0 'o 6 R ,': ,; ".. ... ..
:.?!HI R-0.179300' 4 .t "64.35
MYERS CRAIG' 1 i '
S 23 T 4 R i.O'': I
LOT 2, UARElC;1tJ I IF BASS, .
SURVEY ORB 201.5/ ''85 C FR BASS
MAPt 93: ,

01833-000R .
2nn2 '.l:i-0380700()V's 9. .49.
FAISON PHILLIPi ,'
S 23 T .4 R1'ilO,1.17 ACRES
REC'.D O'RB 74'/:-,(LIIrF FSr r TI
LESS;IiB..B /506. rIf RUIII
F A IS ON : :, ; .
MAP*. 93 '' ,, !, .

01841-006R ,
2'83 'iR-0381400'! .,.- *552'.0,
ANDERSON ANDREW JAMES ,E: AL ... .
S 23 T 41,8i 1..E 3,.125 AC:M/L,
ORB' 141/7 43 F:RARlDERSON ,,& ORB",
141/745 .) ANERSN ,
MAP* 93C .

01846-050R
284 R-0382000 ;. $,272.69
MoII-r'; :WILLIE FI.IIYL .., ; ,, ,
S 23 T 4 R 10, RR Ar i, ..,1.,
179.85I',X 467-?IPARCEL, ,
PARCEL''iRECiD'0D,8RB, 200/130 FR "
KIRKLAND :'.. : ; .
MAP* 93C ... '


01864-000R
2E5- R-0304000
VANN TlAMMY & OEDORUIA
S 23 T'4 R' 10:1, ACRE
ORB 1694/151F FR CARR.'..
MAP* 93C


(11113,?5


01865--OOOR
286 R-0384200 ',.$39
WOODARD TREASA
S 213 T:''4'R O 1 ,1 AC /i,. ,,.'
ORB 150/974-975 FR PARKER.&
ORB 179/824 QC FR VANN
MAP# 93C'


0 i13S--00')R
2:'7 R-0316500 $430.89
POPHAM JOHN A. & KAYE R.
S 24 T :4 R 10 .37 AC M/L
95.60 FT ON SR 71'
ORB 212/9.9 FIR CLECKLEY ,F,. -.., ,
MAP 'l9 !Di.'. Y .' : ,

OlfOi3H-050R '.'* o ..., ,
288 R-0387000 '1707.83
DANIEL CARL DEAN
S :'4 1 4 R10 .I47 AC M/L
59 FT PARCEL ON SR 71 ORB 176/
658 AGREEMENT FR WHITEHURST
MAP* 930D

01891 -)50R ,
289 R-0387500, $951.98'
POPHAM JOHN A. & KAYE,- R.
'S 24...T 4 RiO ;.87 A[' M/I. ,.
161,08 FT PARCEL ON SR 71.,
RPB I21?/96,.F CLECKLEY
MAP# 9,3D ': ,

01897-00OR '


290 R-0388500
OIIII FEl I 11111 B.
S. 24 1' 4 R 10 18 FT. A(rRfl
THE S SIDE.OF LOT P OF li
llC3GOINS &1HOLLINQER PLAT
PB 1 P n .5 REC' ,.0,BK 21/,
MAP# 93D


01910-00OR .
?91 R-0387700 .*$9Y2.9
S'-lf. 19 0RILJEY SAMMY FSTAIE
MALI AL S 24 T 4 R 10 REC'D BK 14/85
Rrf .'[I. LESSI:.LANTI S.OLDB':TO: GRIFFIN .
,4 Ir REC'D BK 20/491 ALSO THE .
OF r'IN LOFTIN IIU'E, ', .,,

01913-050R ,
S .. 9 i i R--0390000 .,' $2()9,.33
113411, l SIRMLINS iLENDA'S,'!., ,.
S24 T 4 R ;.'0 ',,69 tA M/L < ,,
NI 5'*: 36.19 F'T ON.'SR.'71; 83 FT. AV ,
q1.0 ,;. DEPTH ORB :172./02' 804 ,.1,
'l .'; SIRMONS BI[IlG RED-EYE VtilLIJ
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RUI I )

a .. ., .* :. O(1 -*' R
$6.3:6.2 i293 ,R-039',/,0', *: ,'. $2,7:1'' 12
VOYLES DANNY iC.
5 FTI'; S 2 '4"dr.'4'. R1810; 4 OQ5: AC -M/L,;,
0776" 6' BEING 249',87 FT ON E SIDE (IF ,
SR 71, 807 FT AV DEPTH .:
ORB 177/857 FR STEPHENS
MAP t93D '
S$1.2 01 ;1 :;i ( -- ,
S.', u.; "> 01956-000R t. ? i ..* '
'YD.. ;' 294 1 1 R-0394 .70' ', $80.5. 12
Y N;, OULF PINES HOSPITAL '
0'"1' r ': '" S 24 T 4':R.1'IO : ,.
2A', : 1 BEING, A LOT 29 1/2 FT BY,'2Q9 ..
FT ORB 170/399 FR LANIER
MAPt 93D ',

$645,, 9 019 R 00. ,,
.IE .:,. 295 R-0394800 I 630.67
S" RAMER ROBERT E JR "
4 O .0F.: !i 24 1 4 R 10 50 X 150 FT'LOT
Plat,,'.: Al 1tEC OF INIFRSECIfON OF SRCI
I r" 71 & COMMERCE AVE B IOD III1 II 1 '
DRUGSTORE & WEWA FLORISt A
,(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE IAX RIP I )

/$201.42 ,o 964-0011R .. ;:I ''
9 296 R-0395000 $1,686.36
RL M 'GULF PINES, H9OSPIAI AL INC.
ARM,' *i- gS 24 T 4 R 10 .49 AC M/L ',;-
& 131,88 FT ON SR 71 ORB 170/
ORBO'. 394 FR MAYHANN
AX RO'"LL) MAP# 93D

01969--007R ,
$43.17 297 R-0396400 HX : $15843
IKINO BO'BBY''W, '6& KIMBERLY ':.'
5 'F4' SOLIHIHERN HOMES UN1I.T 'ONE PB 3.
R'D. PLU 3 LOT "6 75 X'-151'.68 ORB,,
'' 114/871 FiR lEONARD' (UIIREGRASS
HOME BUILDER)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01992-000R
$ 385 .5 8 29r- R-0398700 $1;439 97
1 BARL IJU MARGARET '
N MA.iKS AnrDt0 10,UEWAHITCHKI PB "
)IE "' 1 PG.;14 LOIS ,30. 31 .&,N.6 FT.
I .1' LOT'29 (DRIVE-IN) ORB 182/872
'329 FR THORNE (BEING WEWA RESTALU-,
I' 'R.ILI) (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


02Q12--0OOR
299 R-0400900
VOYLES DANNY C
MACKS ADDN TO .EWA-ITCHKAr
1 PG 14 LOTS, 67 68 ORIB
167/522 FR 'BOYD,,
MAP *94A


02023--000R
300 .,R-0402200 HX $34'
PATE SHERAL B,. ,.&'
MACKS ADDN TO ,UJWi1WAIITC11'kA PaB
1 PG 14 LOTS 146, 1.47, '148
ORB 176/88 LIFE ESTATE
MAPt 94A


02345-000R
$944, > 320 R-0442500 HX $29, .90
JAMERSON LEWIS W'; ..
PB '"' RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 'PC'G 1.6 LOTS 1.1.1 &.


9 rf,


02023-O050R
301 R-0402300 $68,31
CAMPBEL I.:I4RI TIAp, i :.
MACK 'c ADDI ION II), UFrLJAI I l 11 1l l'
PB 1 PG 14
LOTS 136, 137 RB 1,79/399 FR'
PATE i"t.
MAPt 94A

02038-OOOR '
302 R-04037,00 HX:. ., 1
MARSHALL DALE,: C A 1EPi P '
MACKS ADDN TO' Ui-r.U iIII ( IIA PB '' El
1 PG 14 LOTS 149, 150, 151, ,
152 & 153 ORB 147/403-46'4 6 '
.FR RISH
MAP* 94A. '

02101-00OR .
303 R-0410200 $47 .71
BARNES DALTON E ,
GULF COUNTY LAND CO, StIBID
LOTS 1, 2, 3 & 41 S 10 FT
LESS 'E"10 FT LOT 5.,,N,,15 FT
LESS 5.54 ,FT: L(:rT,5,.>RB 155/
(FOR FURTHER LEAL. SEE TAX ROLL'.


02124-000R v,,.: : ,., ,
304 R-0412500 1:I.,1i
FLEMINGMAX U. ET UX
GULF COUNTY LAND CO, SUBRD
LOTS 5, 6, ORB 71/37 P. .)1., P0
1 '" .
MAP* 930 .
S BLK 1


, 7


12
MAP@ 94A


BLK 2


02346-003R
121. R-0442800 IX 23.i), 29
HANLON DANIEL" GEN' &' BETTY', S.'
RISfH i.rill r I I ti TO WJEWAHITT[ CHKA. ,;j ,
UNIT ONE PR '?' PG .16 'LOT12 &
W 1/2 OF'LOT 13 ORB 79/69
MAP* 94A
BL:K 3

02346-010R
322' R-'0.443300 HX '$396,35
RARD(IN FRANKLI...N J. & 'TERRI ,, ,
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAH.ITCHKA,, ,
UNIT ONE PB '2 PG' 16 LOTS 4.0
41 ORB 265/'6.51 FR CLARK
MAP* 94A -


0 "'1"'.'. 0"OP

[,) ,' ', I _A I Y .IUL '
CLE:CKLEY'S ADDN UNIT 'NO.',
PB 2 PIG 17 111 O II
ORE)B 129/1.33 FR'1 Itw, r Y &
MAP* 94A


02373--O000R .
324 R-0447000
!,I l 'i p I 'a 11111 ll II.
I I I I 1 I f'; Alllll IIJ I
I Ilt, I .' I, 4 I
37
MAPII' 94A


02377--002R
325 R-<* 1 R. o41 -


MCI :1111 l
CIE:"I II'I."I/It'I*ADOr1'ILINT,


9


02169--005R ..
305 R-0417300 $1 ,007. 80,
UD011,A RU' FRF b&0 SOPI-IA J,
; :;' T 1 p 10 ,69 AC M/L.
130 'X 202.6 FT ', ,
(IRfl 201,.876 FR GRIFFIN
M. F 94A '

0-2169-0501 -' .
306 R-0417500 '! $475.98!
UiLJI I AR1.:FRED & SOPHIA J .
5 2.; T 4 R 10 ,33 AC M/L
70,, X 202.6 FT'PARCEL REC'D
ORb 202/972 FR GRIFFIN &
s TIDMAN, :
MAT 94A '." '- '.. ,.

02111 0001 '' ,
307 R-0422400 HX $874,90'.
FLEMING MAX & BETTY
S 25 T 4 R 10 1,47 ACRES
REC'D.ORB 52/523 FR LISTER
MAP *94A ,


3 02187-000R '
308 R-0422900 HX
HUOHES WILLIAM S.
S 25 T 4 R 10 (LIFE ESi
BEG CEN SR 6 WHERE RIVE
INTER SR 6 ON N LINE OF
BLK A VARNADORE & POST
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

02223-010R
309 R-0427200 HX '
DESTIFINO CHARLES & SHA
CIRCLE J. ESTATES PB 3
LOT 9 ORB 155/586 CERT.
'Tllit rR CLERK
MAPR 94B ,:0'). .'.4
BLK A

0 22:3-02 R .,6.'
310 R-0428700
TAYLOR LELAND & DORA
CIRCLE J. ESTATES PB 3
LUL 1 ORB 187/382 FR F
MAP *94A.


022211 J0001R "
311 R-0430200 HX
PARMELE MARGARET L &
S 25 T 4 R 10 ,27 AC M/I
X 75 FT LOT, BEING IN N
,SE/4;OF NW/4 A
ORB 191/811 FR YOUNG
MAPt 94A,

0223:11 -000R ,
312. R-04307 OO;HX;
ROBERSON WILLIAM E F WUF
S'.'25 T 4 R 10 LOT RF I NLi
190 FT INSECT. REC"D O0
173/456 FR SJ.IPF:IJU
MAP* 94A,

o02235 -100 '
313 R- 04:11100
BARFIELD RICHARD & DONNA
S 25 T 4 R 10
150 X 200 FT PARCEL ON. O
'ST. &" PECAN ST." ,RB1 205/
LErACH- .
MAPf 94A
S. '
0'?46 -- 1) 0
314 R- 04.I. t lo [ H '
IUAVIS (IKY M & UANDA S
'S 25 T 4 R 10 BEG AT NEI
'SEt/;4" OF SWI/4. .RIJUN 00.
TH U 150 FT TO ril. Alu MnN1
TH N 230 FT II C '15,0 FT
(FOR FLIRTHER LEGAL SEE, T

02249-060R "
315 R-0433100
BROCK CLIFTON OR HELEN,
'S 25 'T 4 R 101 'l12 AC,.
150 X 326' PARCEL (IN RIlR
UNREC.' A FR CI.FfKLEY
MAP* 94A .

02269-000R '
316 R-0435800
DI FATTA JOHN*E. SR,
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 PG 13
25 .'6 ,. 7 .
0RB 197/475 FR D'I 'ATTA1
ARM rRflN' '
0FlIR FURTHER LEGAL SEE' TA


02275--000R
317 R'-0436400
CLECKLEY CHARLES R, & Ee
COLLEGE PARK PB'i' PG 13
I 1T1 31 ,32 3,34,35,36,
'.IL NG r:AR('FL I' I RB' 11
FR BLANTO.N *" ,
(FOR FUR1FIER LEAL 'SEE T

02297-000R
,.318 R-0438500 HX
BOYD RONALD H. & ANN H.
COLLEGE ,PARK .PB 1 PG 13 '
20,21,.22, .0RB 140/332 FR
ASSOCIATES FINANCE, INC.
200/982 GRANT DEED FR BiO'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA


02,34 0-00OR
31'9 R-044:1900 *HX ;
WHITFIELD SARAH J '
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITC
UNIT' ONE PB 2 PS 16 LOTS

MAP# 94A


$82,0

'ATE)
ER AVE
LOT 6
ON'S
TAX ROLL


$341'.2
MRON
PG 10








PG 10
OF 0


04


I
' 11


2 llPG
2 PG


1.5 PB 2 PG 37
OR 130/427 FR WOTH
. MAP* 94A '
,,. 'B K 9 K

02385-00A:IR R j. ,,., Il Il
32e,' R-0448400S 4 ... 1 11
ADKINS RELEASE
HARDENS ADDITION TO (-ITI' I "
WEWAHITCH-KA UNIT ONE F'rl 2 Pu
22 L(:)T:,'. ORB :1.86/ I '
MC DANIEL;, ,.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE,. TA>'' R LL_:)

02385-"002R 1 ,
327 R-0448500 *87. 7:1,
PHELPS MICHAEL R,. ET UX
HARDENS ADDITION TO CITY OF
UEWAHITCI-IKA UNIT ONE, PB 2 Pr
22 LOT 6 ORB 86/963 ., ,
M A P 9 4 A ,, ,


02390--000R '
328 R-0448900 $21.' 30
LISTER IDA MAE
HARDENS ADDITION TO l:1.0 Y II
WEWAHITCHKA UNIT ONE P 2 FG
22 LOTS 1' & 2 ORBI H'i/93' Y
QC FR I I I r i ,
(FOR FURTHER, L FGAL -F-I.I- AX I V Ll )


02391-001.R
S-329 R-0449100 *271'
BORING MYERS D. .JR.
HARDENS ADDITION TO CITY OF
WEWAHITCHKA UNIT OrlE PB 2 PG
22 LOTS 11 & 12 PnR tin,',/61-1
QC FR BORIaG BLK 2
MAP* 94A ,... .


5. 25


02400-000R
330 R-0.450100 HX '1"5q.23
SHARRON JOHN R,
IDA GRIFFIN l.FIDO P1 1'. PG O 42
ILO'TS ,3 .&,.'4 IiR I IA,0/275.',FR ,
GIBBS & LOT 5 ORB ,133/613 FR
HOLTZ & LESS LOT 3 ORB 194/604
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


02409--000R
BLK C .331 R-0451100 HX $209.33
PIPPIN COLE -& DARLENE,
IDA GRIFFIN tSU)BD"P8 1. PG ,42A .
$.22.92 LOT 16 & 'W 1/2 OF LOT 17 ORB
108/301-2 AGREEMENT FR GLASS
/.. 159 MAP* 94A i I'
,. ,, ... 1 .L K. 3 ,,

02410-000OR
332 R-0451200 1 141 .,')
'TRIENNCIH SHAWN F & ,4ANDA R
IDA GRIFFIN: SUBD ,PB 1 PG.,421A
"I L LOTS 18, 19, & E '1/2 OF LOT
OT' BL .' 17 ORB 152/936-939 FR .IJA( '11 ,
70B Y & ORB i ,:' : '.'*2 FPR .AI'I''lIII
: (FOR' FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL,)

024.1110 ))11
313.1 P ( '1'.;4-l'"' 223,50
WRIGHT LINDA J.
$145'7, S' '25 T '4 R 10 ""'
1 r. 80 X l < 0 T LOT :
ORB 215/359 FR BRITT ', :
RANGE MAr.P 94 i' '
'25 FR, "

.- 1.1 R ('4.1,(' X' :'X :' *$2691 .97
MARTIN DEBORAH A.
S 25 T 4 R 10 .79 AC NM/L .
I' I i., O,:RI. 20,:1,/937 FR BR .T;T ,.
S., .MAP@ 94A .

T rr. :, 0 24 40 -100 R .. 4.

,I T' ";a SAYERS I l l1 ll -. A '
rAX ROLL)- 'S 5 T 4 R .10 ..27 AL." /L.
S ,' I..OT 5 3FING 70.90 FT IIJ1 '
CHIPOLA ST. ORB 208/455 FR
BRITT ..
$170 63 MAP* :94A .

M/L 02444--050R .'
lli R1 i 336, R8 0455300 ..x .'I .
H.. WITFIELD JAMES,.T.
S S 25 T 4 R 10 ,45 AC M/L
.,, 1 48.4 FT.1ON E,71H ST1 5 j ,l, 1 ','.
., FT ON CHIPOLA AVE. ORB 1.15/466
'f.' *' 9:, FR MUINA & ORB 206/511 QC FR
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX 'ROLL)
1.:O TS, y 1
02446-000R i ,
& .'" 337 R'-045,,50,.O .,,;'.. :
o ; PARRIS DENNIS R'. & .
X RGOL) 2 '. T'4 R i 1.0, .6 ACRES 1.0,5,
S- RL..' FT, E & W BY 140 FT" N & S IN
THE:. SU CORNER ,OF" SU1/4 iOF, '
NE1./4 ORB 211/537 FR PAGE
MAP 94A
$101,63.
TY. R.' '02452--015R .. 'I ..
3318 R-04'56900' HX', $486. 75
37 PIEIRCY DOUGLAS E., .&, RITA, A.
.- ..r6 CI...ECKLEY'S ADDITION III .
AX RDl) UNCO'RD., LOTS 22,. 23, 24,: & ,
AX. R.LIh 2,5 CLECKI(LEYS ADDITION 3 -,BEING.r
20( X 185 FT ORB 97/431 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
$280.70
02452--016R
I ..'T '1H 339 R-0457000 $8.1,,.i52
PIERCY 6uU'GLA3 & 'rA '. .
&, olR'n S 25 & 26 T 4 R 10 1 ACRE'S ,
YD 210"' X '10" 'PARCEL ORB' 120/
AX 1 I' ) ,i50 FR 1BE1AN '
M AP* 94A & 9413

;a' 02452-026R
$85',1.5 340, R,-04 57900 $ .2.7.730
"',I PITTS IRENE ,, T '' T
H(A CLEC.KLEY'S ADDITION,,III,. '
10' &. UNRECORD,, LOTS 40 & 41 ,'54
ACRES ORB 186/115 CONTRACT' FR'
";i JENKINS '
BLI( 1' MAP* 94B


02461-001R
341 R-0459400 HX
HAND EARNEST & LINDA SUE
S 26 T 4 R 10 75 X 100 FT
FR FHA REC,'1:1 OR. 83/56..
MAP *94 :


BL


*50.38

LOT


02471-042R
342 R-0466200 *2,077.76'
BARLOW BOBBY & MARGARET
WHISPERING PINES UNIT NO 2 PB
3 PG 19.2 AC M/.L LOTS 40 & 41,
OR) 161/46& 48 ,FR IFLErKI FY'
& ORB 169/199;FR CLECKILEY
MAP 94C ,.


02479-000R ,
343 R-0467400 $135
HAND ROSA MAE
WIL.L.AMSBURb PB 1 PG 3 LOTS,
15 20 ,ORP 154/']75 FR. HA'O ,
& LOTS114, 21 ORB 155/2/,3 FR
FLEMING- .
(FOR FURTHER ;LEGAL SEE TAX ROL


BLI(K ., i480-0Q..O R
344 R-0467500 $
SI I Ul1 RS ANNIE T & '
SV44,,06 11I lIinI 0 PB 1 PG'3 I I1 I
:'.' 16 & 19 ORB 149/473' FR ,
S' CHESTNUT
.' ,. M A P:NT* '/ i1 n Mn IL r


BLKI 1


' .'.. 1 .7' ,


02483-000R
345 R-0467800
BUTI...LER ODESSA EST.
WILL.IAMIHBURG PB 1
MAP' 94B ,


48.


$27.

PG 3 LOT ,.1

BL< B,


.i -'' O?14F l OOO R :. r ;; *
44/, R- 04, 700 $,6
S I'. ,9 l nF11(11HiRl" M' IIAREr ELIZABETH
WII IIA l;iI-UlPl; P I 1. PG 3 LOT'S
:1 & 4 IRR '79/604 '
: $43'., 7 MAP 194 ,
TAbt K,


02486-050R
347 R-0468200 HX
KV I I i I 11lli f,'
Uil I IAMSBIJRf PB 1 PG-3-.LOT1
26, 27, 28,ORB 127/634 QC-
MYERS : '
MAP* 941: "'
-- /I '. ,,'' B


02494-O0)OR
'1411 R-0'46R,'900
I1h I'UINS .JOHN U.
U 1I. 1AMSBURri PB
MAP *94B.


02497-000
3,49 R-0469200
JONES RANDOLPH,
WILLIAMSBURG PB,
20, 21, ORB 145
MINCY
MAP* 94B;


64,




,. B


$80.


02540-000R
363 ,R'-0473800 HX $33. 94
RILEY NARVIE LEE ,
PINE RIDGE, ADDITION PB' 2 PG 8
LOTS 5 & 6 ORB 135/821. F'R
ASSOCIATES FINANCE INC.
MAP* 948
BLK 1


02.?'-;4 -oooR.
364 R-0474000
FRAZIER JIMMY L &
PINE RIDGE,.,ADDITION
LOT 2 OBK 1/846
MAP *94B


*41 ,37'

PB 2 PG) 8


BLK 2


68 02543-00OR. ', .
365. R--0474100 HX $428,,1.9,,<
JAkSllON JIHNY LEE & MARGARET
PINL RI[IrFI ADDITION 'PB 2 P.G. 8, ,
LOTS 1 & 2 ORB 67/256 & ORB
LL.) 126/471 QC FR JACKSON
MAP4:* 94B .
S' : I K 3 '

41 02581-00OR '
366 R-047,7800 201. .18
JOHNSONl'..UT;RIGIA FAYE .'.
S 36.T 4 R 1.0 1 AC M/L
210 X 210 FT PARCEL ON JOHNSON
'I.A1I ORB 170/765 FR NORTH
MA f'l. 940 '

02584-o00,1R .
9 3,7 R--0478.600 ., *l :'j 1 l3 ,,
HALEY JAMEIS'M &. MAI1IAM ,,
S 36 T 4 R 10 LOT 90 X 145 FT .
* ,' ORB 91/1013 FR GARNER BEING
'PARfEI 1i IN SURVEY IN ORIB
; 14Ih/46 r o01.I0:I-'E Jr PE ';.r-'Il 1', ,
(OR FURTHER L.FGAI SFF 1 AX RPI L
35- *. '' "
0:o"'14- 00'R
;' 3 R-047R71 0 '*10) .10
GLOBAL PACKING MACtIINES INC- ;
S, :6 I 4 R 10 B8EJ fi; 77 ,3 F .
:S, (.11' R 71;' I .-, r r [IF P EPrH i1 H .:
156/616 FR BISHUP
MAP# 940
77 ':' "


0:1'..0 4. ,P
TS 3 1 *YP3,9 04,'nIO0 : 0 0'i2 0!0
,'FR '" EASIERLINGI SARA';; ;, ,
i S 36 T 4,'tP10 76I'84. FT' ON
nIr PPEY RD0 174 FT AV FPT'll ,. ,
BLK B... (PARCFL *3) SURVI'EY FOR '.Ml 111
ORB 181/568 FR TOM REED
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


"02"84--O sR '
1 PG 3 LfJT. 16 370' R-0470900 .'
Ei' EA RIIERL iN r(ARA
: BIK 6 36 T 4 R, 10 76.B4 I T N1114
SSli PPEY RDI 17 '. 46 AV DEP [I
(PARCEL 14) SURVEY FOR SMITHlI
HX 177,76" ORB 181/569 FR TOM REED ENT .
& BRENDA, ,MAP 940


,1 iP0.3, L01S
/438 FR' .


BLK B


02497--001R
350 R-04D,9300 -IX 1
ADIJISON EMERfSON & JOHiNNIE
WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
P'B 1 PG 3
LOTS 22 & 23 ',
ORB 140/40. FR WILLIAMS
MAPt 94B


02497-050R
351 R-0469400
'SAlMON CORRINE
U111I IAMSBIIUR PB I PG 3
tLI 241 OP8 120/583 FR
WILLIAMS
MAPt 94B .
*


02498-00OR
*IO2":' P-04.A9'700 -
RINIEHAR MAROARE T
WILLIAMSBLIRO PB I
MAP '094p


ELIZABE
PG 3 LCO


0.12499-o00R '
353 R-0469600
FAILt.Y IF LIS A LOUISE
UIlI.IIAMSBIJRG PB 1 PG 3 LO
11RI 108/409 FR YON
MAPI 94B :


02500-000R
3154 R-0',9700
RINEHARI MARGAREI
UI.LIAMSBURG PB I
:31l. 32 A 33
MAP 1 94 ;,


EL IZAFIE
PG 3 LU


35 R 01-001 1;

UILL IAMG RIUUSEVELT
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 I
MAP *94B


02O508--OR '
:', PR- 0470.00
FLOWERS ANNIE TI '
WILI IAMSBURG PB O
5, 6 & 7 ORB 149/473
,CIESINU
MAPI 94B


02510--050R
357 R-0470800. ,,.
PEACE EARNEST
WIt IAMRFURG PB 1 PO
LUIJ 7 ORB 174/19 FR
MAP* 94B'


.17
: K


: .82


02603--000R
3/1 P-04R200 HX 1 ,384,.i44
MIIFI. RI[ NIl '3. A
S S :46 T 4 R 10 6. 1 E AC E' ''
S' 1 27 FT ALONG SR 71 IN NEC '
OF NEI/4 OF NW1/4 REC'D ORB I '
'.76 35/6'23
M* API ,940 '
,, ", , '


'2604 OOR ,
37:' R 049.??00 $ 41 .4il
S C'.IL. SMITH MOTOR CO., INC.
S 36 T 4 R 10 1 AC BEG AT SEC
OF SE/4 OF SU/4; RUN U 210
IT, N 210 FT, E 210 FT, S 210 '
$30,95 FT TO POB ORB 98/561 .FR ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX -ROLL);


02614-000R
373 R-0484000 $787.49
"'', *, REEDER DEBRA KAY ;
K B q 16 r1 4 rt 1O l Oi.)AncRr 'i .,.,
A;' 1:r1i:lNlG PARCILL. "B" IuNFC "
CONTRACT? FRI'CA-RPENTER '
$27,95 MAP 940D.,

IT 29 02619-0OOR .
374 P-0484600 HA $161.87
BLK B MEREDITH RUBY NELL & TERIEISA
S S 36 T 4 R 10 LOTS 16, 17, ..
1LK 3 LESrERS SUBDIVISION.
(UNRECORDED) REC'D ORB 83/199,
$29.45 FRIJM O'BRYAN
S r. MAP* 940 ,.
T 30 '" .
02629-008R ..
S375 R-0486600 -*2 7. ?',8
BLK B KENI UIILLIAM ESL.EY &
S, ., '16 T 4 R 10 1.,25 AC M/L
212 Fr PARCEL OHl TPANSFE .,
'64--39 LANDING RD ORB 153/884 AA 'FR
S.' SMITH & ORB.1BB/729 QC FR ENT .
TS i MAPI 9411. : ...
TS ,- 1.


.. 02629-003R
BLK B 3/6 P-04B6800 ., 1,,07 ,,62
BAILEY JESSEE
S 36 T 4 R 10 0.74,4ACRES-IN ,
'THE SW COR,'. OF SE1/4 OF ,1w/4
$* 295 OF'-NE1/4 OFI SECT 36 T 4R '10()-
S'ROM SMITH :.
LOT 34" MAP* 940 .


BLK B 9 62629-061R
377 .,R8-0488500 HX "" 134'.82
... WUEBB CORY .M,. & LESIAK.
'--_."-29 MITCHELL MANOR SUB'D.'
S,.... UNRECORDED LOT 10 .5 AC M/L
R'*: '' ORB 112/287 FR 8ROGDON '
;' r M~:rs HAPt 94D ':"
S0'2632-230R
378 R-0489800 $151.23
BLK 0 WARD,P ANNON DEWAYNE & -"2'
S'36' T',4 'R 10 ,63;'AC M'/L

LOT 13,, UNREC, .UB, BY 4RISH,'
29. 45 UNREC. AA'FR RISH'
MAPI 94D

OWENS 02650-50OR


;.c.BLK ;E .


02510-1-04R
358 R-0470900 95
I)UENS JESSIF .EE .


UILL1AMSBLIRO PB 1
LOT, 6' ORB' 180/651:
, MAP# 94B

02511i-002R
359 R-0471200 -,
OWENS'SHELIA' A.
'WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 I
ORB"i72/1109
MAP" 94B


025127-050R
360 R-0471400
FISHER RIVERS


WILLIAMSBURG
LOTS 12 & 13
MAP* 94B



02523--900R
'61' R-04724
SIRTT' I'UR1|J' M


379 R-0491800 74,59
SMITH KENNETH M.
S;36 Ti 4 R 10 .49 AC, M/L ,'
90 X 170.FT, PARCEL ...
ORB ,195/745 ,FR,V,IELLER LESS.
ORB 209/S93G'.TOUEQB ,. .
MAP* 94 .


FR OUES 02650-O.R .
380 R-0491900 $4.1.74
WEBB CORY M. & LESIA K.
S 36 T 4 R 10 1.128 AC M/L .
$29.45 REC'DOORB 209/893 FR SMITH -
MAPt 940. '
PO 3. LOT 8" I" ,
02692-000R I
381 R-0492200 $59949
BLK E NORRIS STEVEN &6 ;.,
S; 36' T "4 R 10 1/2 ACRE 102
1/2 FT. ON SR 71 X 210 FT
4 D91 EEP ORB 209/77 FR MITCHELL
*46. 91 MAP,* .9,40D .
,[ '. ,. r


'026,55-0,0R.
382 R-0492500 HX k264 ;.955
WINCHELL MORRIS E, & MYRA MEYE
BLK:E' S 36, T 4 R 10 3.41 AC M/L A "'
LOT ON N LINE OF LESTER SUBD
LESS .4 AC IN ORB 89/912 TO
400 *73.50 EARNEST ORB 124/1094 PR '
.. I !,. (FOR ,FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3'"L
ORB 138/732 FR ADDISON'
MAP# 9'4 8 : I


02534--000R
',.362 R-0473200, *1183.
GRAY JERRY LEWIS. ,,
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 P, 3 LOT 3.
ORB 174/210 FR FINLEY & dRB.
177/911 CD FR FINLEY
MAP 94B


..O,T 6, 02677-001R
383 R-0496300
HORNE MITCHEL L
S .1 T 5 R 10 1 AC
21/642


MAP 95A


$54.,14

REC'D ORn hl


S02684-003R
',384 R-0497400 1t60O 17
UHEOTLEY V MARLENE &,.ROGER
SUNNYOOD ESTATES PB 3 PG in
LOT 3 & 4 UNREC AA FR
MC L.EMORE'S, TRUST
,MAP 95B


- I-


K'^%Xrl .2%,


PAGE 4C


I


&


i'.1


$27/ 95


-


, L


"I'll



































































































































































SEYYROLI


TAX R


0

OLI


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL 1URSDAT, MAY 6, 13, 20, 1999 PAGE SC


02684-038R
385 R-0500700 $134.460
JAMERSON MARYMANN
SUNNYWOOD ESTATES UNIT NO. 2-
PB 3 PG 17 LOT H (SHOWN AS
'NOT INCLUDED ON PLAT)
MAP *95B

02707-001R
386. R-0506600 $294,74
COMBS LISA J, & EDITH M.
S 12 T 5 R 10 5.2 AC IN SE/4
OF SE/4 ORB 186/276'FR
JOHNSON
MAP# 950


02716-000R
387 R-0507900
HORNE MITCHEL L
S 12 T '5 R 10 1/2 AC PER.
REC"D ORB 29/557
MAP *950D .


$44.64

DEED


02722-115R
388 R-0508700 $204.40
LINTON PATRICIA A
S 12 T 5 R 10 1.33 AC M/L
L6TS'3,4 GLENN ESTATES, .
UNREC, SUB, ORB 161/803 QC'.
FR LINTON '
MAP 95 :'.

02722-125R .
389 R-0508800 $561.79
LINTON WILLIAM E. ..
S' 1'2 T 5 R 10' .
LOT 5 GLENN ESTATES UNREC
UNREC, AAtFR CLECKLEY
MAP* 95D '

0272' 130R '
390' R-0508900 $370 10
MC DONALD PERRY & ROBIN
S 12 T 5 R 10
LOTS :, 8 GLENN ESTATES'UNREC ,...
SUB, ORB 201/'70 AA!FR.,..
CLECKLEY & ORB'209V'44 FR
(FOR FURTHER' LEGAL SEEt TAX', ROLL.),

02722-135R ',
391 R-0509000 $170,58
ANDREWS LOUIE .


S'12' *'5 R 10
LOTS 7 & 9 GLENN ESTATES
UNREC. SUBD-. UNREC QC FR
BIDWE0LL' '.:'- T :; '
MAP 95D '.

02722-150R
392 'R-0509100
BEATTY. GEORGIA & 'DONALD.'
S 12 T 5 R10O
LOT 10, GLENN ESTATES UNRE
SUB, UNREP,' AGREEMENT FR
CLECKLEY. .. ,
MAP* 95D '


$92.05


E'C
I-r ''


02722-215R .
393 R-0509900 50.5S
SK"IJNER ;RANDY PTANE .
S 12 T 5 R 10 8 AC M/i' "
LOT 22 GLENN FSTArE '
ORB 136/943 FR CLECKLEY' '"
MAP* 950 '


027'30--0101
394 R-05 1t200
DAUSONt CHARLES K. & DEBRA
S 1 1 5 R 10 1 AC
OR'B0 20.3/314 FR HARVELL
MAP *96

0273.:l-001 R
395 R-0511400 *
1AUNTUN JESSIE MARSHALL
S 1:3 T 5 R 10 ,.5 AC M/L 15
1.(O Fr LOT REC'D ORB 101/
FR TAUNTOj' '

02'791-0000R ,' 'C. -,I ".'.,'
396 R-d"2'4400H-IX 01 o.t5
BURKE STEVEN' V & PAMELA-Z
S,. 11 T 7 R i' 4.5 AC /,'
10o FT ON SR 71 X 1000 FT
DIPfH liR 159/345-346 FR
'HEACOCK ORB 2066/232 FR BUR
.t MAPt 101C

02798-02'jR
397 R -05,25800 t
CARNI.EY JUDSON E. &. IDAi'E
S 10 T,7 R 11 .75 .AC M/L
204.45 FT ON INTRACOASTAL.
R.O.W. UNREC. AGREEMENT FR
KITRKLAND
MAPI 83 8 ,

021104-0001R ; t'
398. P-0527200 ;
REEVES CHARLES L; L 'JULIE
S 11 T 7 R 10 4.55 AC REC!
ORB 214/772 FR HAMMOND i
MAP *101C

02F0.30 -OnOR '
399 R-0530900 .:
LANIFER CLINTON A. NSRi (J DI
5 11 T 4 R 10 .',1,0 ACG1'M/L
PARCEL BEING TRACT "B', -
ORB 212/149 FR LANIER '.:
MAP*@ .161C

Os839rOOOR ,'., r .'
400 R-0O31000 I
BURKE STEVEN V, '
S 11 T,7 R. 10 1 AC M' 'l
21i X 100 F;T, ARCEL A"
200 X 211 FT'PAR El. '"B"
ORB 173/590 FR BURKE. ,'
MAPI 101C'

02844-050R .,
401 ,0R-053190 ,, I
DEES !LEON -
S 11 T 7 R 10 .7, AC M/., 1;
X 260 FT. LOT ORB 165, 7 'FR
MARTIN
MAP* 101C

02964-000R 'C 'i i
402 'R-0544400 HX' *2
9 GUnWIN ROBERT G. Ef OX '
UIMICO SIJBDIVIS'ON 'PB'; tPG
LOT 12 & 20 Ft bN'Nu- IDE C
SAME.& SE 20 FT OF LOTS '9,
& 11 AND ADJOINING 20 FT
(FR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T"AX


03019-060R .. .
403 R-0551200 7 *7
PROVIDENT MEDICAL CORP. .OF
S 7 T 8 RIO .636 AC M/L 300
FT ON GARRISON AVE PARCEL
'0'RB 168/697 FR HEALTH ,CARE
MNGT, CORP.
(FOR FURTHER 'LEGALSEE; TAX

03045-001R
404 R-0554900 SB'
HUTCHISON DAVID L. &
-WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. PB .2
3 :LT 23 ORB 200/305. FR CO,
MAP* 69B


03057-006R
'405 -R-7055800,9 HX .1
DOUDS SANDRA
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO, 1" PB 2..
3 LOT 3 ORB 124/45'1 QC 'FR
GLEN R, DOUDS JR.,
MAP4' 6 B' "6', .'. "' '
BLK 4 i


03003-012R
406 R-05,5500 $2
3UI.PF INTERNATIONAL PROPERT'f
S 30 T 8 R 10 '512 AC M'/
131,98 X 169 F't LOT "C-3" ':
ORB. 193/558 FR CUL'LEN CONST
MAP* 70 '


03083-013R
407 R-0565600 '$256,98
GULF INTERNATIONAL PROPERTIES
S 30 T 8 R 10 .504 AC M/L
130 X 169 FT BEING PARCEL "V"
ORB 193/553 FR JOHN F,. CULLEN
CONSTRUCTION INC.
MAP* 70

03083-0755R
408 .R-,0566400 HX ,$698.33
SHEARER GERALD C'. &'LORI M,.
S 30 T B8 R 10 .5 AC'M/L
BEING LOT 6' PONDEROSA PINES,
UNREC ORB 170/693 FR SOWELL
& ORB 188/88 QC FR SHEAR &
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL),


03083--099R ,
409 R-0566660 249. 13
HAPPY.BOTTOM STABLES. INc, *&
S 30 T 0 R 10 1 AC'M/L :',
BEIN .LOT 9 PONDEROSA PINES
UNREC. dOd' 21'6/136 F'R' POR'RT ;
CITY ASSOC,
MAP* 70

03083-100R .- ..'
410 R-0566800 ,. ., *,,$25.57
MOORE CHARLDTTE ; ,.
S 30 T 8 R 10 ,,, : .
BEING LOT 11 PONDEROSA PINES
UNREC, 'ORB-'206/446 FR PORT
CITY ASSOCIATES
MAP* 70

03083-145R ,
411 P-0567500 16:1,24
WATKINS JAMES 0,
S' 30 f %' R ..10
BEING LOT 20 PONDEROSA PINES
UNREC. ORB 212/68 FR SMPRSON
MAPI 't d ,' '

03097-0'ORI .
412 R-0568900 :HX .18
WATERS ADA L
JONESOI.LE SUBD PB 1 PG 57 N
185 FT OF LOT 12 ORB 75/85
MAPR 69C

03101-005R ., '
413 R-0569700 ,, .,8 07,
TULL OARRELL...' )
JONESVILLE SDUBD .
150 X 230 FT. REC'D IN ORB.
1806189 FR BOWERS
MAP* 69C


0310 1-020R
414 R ,.Rq56,9800
TULL DARREL'L .
JONESUILLE SUB
1t5 X 150 FT LOT
ORB 148/175 FR TULL
MAfPl 69L

03101--030R
415 R-0,69900 hIX
PELT I .'IE[ "
JONESVILLE SURBD
128 X 210 FT1 lI.T
ORB, 1.48/1/6 FR TUIJL
MAP* 69C'


$31


S 03101 040R .
'T 9.05: 416, P-06',70000 '0 ''. i '' -
TULLi [IARR-'LL
S 19 T 0 1 10
W 109' (IF N 150' I 01 30'


03171-155R
429 R-0580800 $202.00
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN & ,
INIDIAN LAGOON ,
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 11
SORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP* 90B

03171-160R
430 R-0580900' $202.00
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &
INIDIAN LAGOON ,
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 12
ORB' 1357QS-720 FR WILSON ,.
FIN, CORP'.
MAP* 90B

03171-165R
431 R-0581000 $202,0Q 0
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN. &., :
I 1NUIAN LAOU1IN
ESTATES(UNRFCOIRDEII) LOT 13,
[IRB 13;/705-720 FR WLSON. '.,
rIN. CuR .
MAPI 90B

03171-18OR
4321 R-0581,300 $200.50
CLARK UILLIAM C. & CYNTHIA A.:
INDIAN LAGOON. -, '
ESTATES(LINRECORDED) LOT 16
ORB 206/424 FR RISH
MAP* 90B

03171-185R
433 R-0581400 $200.50
CLARK UILL IAM C. & CYNTHIA.A.
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(IINRFCORDED) LOT 17
ORE 20A//4.'4 FR RIfH
MAPI 90B


031171- 190 R
434 R-07C815"0I C $2
CLARK WILLIAM C. & CYNTHIA
INtUlHAN LAGOUN
ESIATES(UNRECORUED)i LOT 18'
ORB 206/424 FR RI0 "
MAP* 90B


200.50
A.


(0,171 t R 1
4 rt, P-o05nI16 nO 200.50
CLARK WILI IAM C, ,& CYNTHIA A,
INil AN 1 AGOON
ESTATES(UNRECOROIED) LOT 19
ORB 7203/951 FR J(INES
MAP* 90 '


03171 200 '
I/, 59 4' ., R- O-Fi 7(;, $200,50
S 1.. CLARK UILI [AM C. & CYNTHIA A. "
INDli'iN IAnn N A "N
r.STArES(IJNRECORDED) LOT 20
P :'03/9jl FR JIIIL '


419. ,3


c(~i.I!95


ORB :162/577 FR Til I. & ORB 163/
17 CD FR TuILL
MAP* 69C

' 03101 05010 .
S117 P- 01-70100 1"9 I
MC MULLON AR1:HIE W. & I CKIE
.J.INESVILLE SUBDIVISION 1 0L1 3Y
& 40 ORB 1 1l/ .' FR TIIII. l.t
MAP.* 69C
tl AlU..t
03101-1001 .
418 R-0 II?'lO0 il, $415.08
IIJLL nARI IELI IHCILIN A ::
JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION PH1 1
PU 57 150 X :367.25 FT PAPrI'E
IN L 0I S 30,.31, 32 CIRR 1t.2/5? e,
:l F R TJ L
MAPI A9C


0:3130-00 LR
.119 R-0573000
BROWN WILL IE L ET Al.
MNI Ti BAYIuLI sU.1
LIMIT 2t ORR 94/932 FR
MAPI 72f:

0:1134--000oR
42.0 R-0573500
L1IKFLY RAY 0 & MINNIE
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB '1
LOTS 7 0
ORB 150/755 "FR OREENE
MAP* 72C,


03136-00OR
421 R-(0;,370(.
. MONEY BAYOU SUB)I
LOT;. 12 I; ,, ..'
MAP *72C'


'$150.87


R GARnER '



$310.21


S. API 90BR


0:31 71 -- 10 R
437 R- 0581900
"BROSi SIEPHIEN J. A "
INDIAN LAGOON
F.3GTATES(UNRECURDED) LI
UORB '1l4/Fl/4 FR R H I
MAPI 90B

031/1- -24'1
4:18 P-OS9R2A(O
GRIF r IN SHAROrN
INDIAN LAGOON
E'3TATES(UJNRECrRDF.D) LI
UJRB 191/590 FR UILtSIN
FINANCIAL CORP.
MAPS 900

03 1 /1- 2. 'O
439 R-05; 2?700
GRIR F I [TII SHAROU
I t1 UIAt I ArLlU1
E'3TATES(LINRECORDED) 11
OR!B 193/R62 FR WISH
MAP# 90B

0'1/L-400 R I O -'
440 R o .n5 ''(. HX,,
I tMIIIJUX THOMAS & rIFFA
S 151 T 90 R 10 ; 1 .190
Il0 Ff ON SR 30i 500 F
IIEPTH ORB 187/175 FR i
MAPS 90A

03171 450R
441 R- 03020fJ0
DIERKSHIEIDE MELVIN A
S 15 T 9 R 10 20.276 A
1743.66 FT ON SR 30: ,"
IDPTH I E'ING PARCEL "'2"
135/701-4 FR WILSON Fr
MAPI 90A


IFG 49 03171(-060R
442 R-05YR2"00
S. ;.. S BOFl OLNERAL PARfNERSHI
S, SWIErUATER SHORES
BLK( -';, I'B 3 POE 39 A 40
L OT B ORB 197/212 FR
A'AS IJC. (tC.
4160.37 (FOR FIJPIHER LECAL SEF


PF 1 PLI


4I9


1.1. s 0314 1--OOOR
422 R-0574200 .44,2q' 67,
U;,r LIKELYC RAY .
.;, MONEY BAYOU SUIBD PB L F'p 9 ,
; LOT t19'ORB: :102/5'87 AUREEMFN'
-'F R A DAMS r C. '' c i' q ,i .
MAP* 72C ,. -
,U [OLK .0,

2.'6 03148-00011
423 R-0575000 $1,303,52
,, ,.YNN JULIUS : r
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB'1' 'PG '49
LOTS 12 ,& 13
MAP f72C :
BLK IE.'

3, "" 031 1-' 40, R' -
,. 424 R-0579100 $649.68
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT &
15 T 9 R 10 8. 1 AC M'/L .' .
S 775.33 FT ON SR ,$0; 5.00 Fl
0'" DEPTH BEING PARCEL -" IN fl0i
dL0L) 100/788 AGREEMENT PR UnOJI'IMERF.
l (FOR FURTHER LEE;AL SEE TAX PII I )

03171-050R
3,,:2 425 R-0579200 ',. $232.64
,,, "BUCiHANAN J. VINCENT'& .. '.'
S 15 T 9 R 10 1.674(AC.M/L -:.
142 28 FT;' ON"SR 30; 500,;FT'
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "B"lIN 00RB
100/7.88 AGREEMENT FR WOOBMERE' .
ILL.) (FOR 'FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
03171-060R
42,6, R-0579400 ,. *202;00
'1 BUCHANAN J. VINCENIT, '
S 15 T 9 R 10 2..R'8 AC M/I '
100 FT LAGOON FROTNI: 6:;1- 5l '
AV DEPTH BEING PARCEL "'E"
IN ORB,1,60/912 QC FR
1 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03171-145R -
64 427 R-0580600 202.00
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &. ,
INOIAN LAGOON i I .: ,
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT.9' ORB. ,
S 135/705-720 FR WILSON FIN., ..
S CORP.i '
'" MAP' 90B

.0317.1-150R, '
428 R0-0580700 *202,00
5.48 DIERKSHEIDE MELVtN & I ..-
INrDIA LAGIOON d "' '
3.: ESTATESi(UNRECORDtD) LOT.tl '
*' ORB 135/705--2'0 FR' UWILSON
FIN. CORP. '
S MAP'S 90OB


03178 OY'R6
.1.,3 l R-051990
MIllF.R RI1DERT & 1 EnORGI
SWEETWATER SHORE
PB 3: PGE :39 A -10
LOT .4: ORB 197/175 FR S
ASSOC. IN'C. :, "
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

0:3 1 7( 1 /OP : ,
,144 R-05911, 00e '0
UIl.illt RI OB ERI L, JR.
SWEETWATER SHORFi
I',1, 3 ,RGE 39 P. 40 ,
LOT 5 ORB 190/918 FR SI
ASl':UIJ if l: .
(FOR FIJRTHER LE[riAL SEE'


031,78-175R
445 R-0591700.
WILSON ROBERT L. JR,
SWE.ITUATER SHORES
PB :3 tnOE 39 & 40
LOT 6 ORB 198/918 FR I
ASSOC (I. ;
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


'0371'78-205 ,. .
446 R-0592300
MAYLE JEFF A,
SWLFLEIAIFR SHORES
PB 3 PGE 39 &-40
LOT 12 ORB 1,97/514 FR
SASSjI IA1ES INC .' '
(FUR FURTIIER LEGAL SEE'


03178-220R
447 R-0592600 ,. $191.53
SMITH: JAMES E..;,& JOYCE V..
SWEETWATER SHORES
'PB 3 PGE 39 40
LOT 15 ORB'212/352.FR WEILER
MAP* 72C ; ; ,
.. '. BLK -D


03178-900R
448 R-0592900 $477,14
CAPE VILLAS: COMMUNITY,|ASSOC,
S19 -T' 9? R 10 .
CAPE ,V'IlLAS, COMMUNITY, PROPERTY
REC'D ORB 103/283 i ,
MAPS 72C

03180-140R '
449 R-0595800 $3,016,16
HUIJGHES GEORGE & FHERYL
TREASURE SHORES SLIRD nP 3' PG
24 .LOT '9 ORB, 141./299 F R 'SHUMAN'
& SNYDER
MiAP '72' "
: r ;BLK A


03186-OOOR
S45 R-0606600 $1,581.47
SDIRKSHEIDE MELVIN Q. ET AL
SS 20 T 9 R 10
439.34 FT PARCEL 'ORB 11,' 10-./
SFR WILSON FINANCIAL CORP. '
LESS 8 .LOTS IN UNRE'C SUB0
MAP* 720

0 .186-115R '
451 R-0607700 I IA $790,05
CAUSEY BRUIJCE L.,& '
PELICAN PTNES, 'INREF. SUBD;, '
SLOQT 5 ORB '172.101 I i BUGd .
MAP* 720D

603186-130R
4? 0R-060000 *2,3A69:74
MARLtOWE MELISSA
PELICAN PINES, UNRECC. "U'BDO. 1
LOT 8,' 74 FT GUIF FRONT M/L' '
544 FT AV DEPTH
IMlI 212'3.Y196 FO MFl-FIIR1
MAPI 72D


03186--580R
453 R -(,609'?
INDIAN fJItME RI
INDIAN SlIMMER
LOT 16
MAP* 72d,. ,

03186-585R
454 R-060990
INDIAN SUMMER
INDIAN SUIlMMER
LFIA 17
MAP 72D


$621; 19O


DEV. :INC.'" :
PB 3..1' '4P i '




0 *621 .39'
DEV, INC.
PB 3 PG 41' ', '


03191--001r .. ....
455 R-06,14700 '' ': l.24 ;
SAVAIE J'. LAMAR', DAN YORK .
S '-2? T 9 R 10 100'FT GULF-
I RIlINl 908 FT AV. DEPTH,
(J0148 01/478 FR, MORGAN ,
MAP' 9011 '


0'J i -0.'6R 1 i ; :'; 1
456 R-0617100 $4,724,46'
VOORHIS CHAR-LES C.. III MD ,
S 22 T 9.-R 10 200 FT GULF
FRONT; 413.94 FT DEPTH M/L
CIRt 84/631 .. ,
MAP# 900

03191 -c9. R
457. R-0617400 ,'11.87
LARUDEE. PAUL t& BETTY
S.'22 T 9 R 10 283.10 FT F R11I
UN SR 30B! 716 FT AV flEPTHl
2/' F I LAGOON FRONT RR


110/1000-9 FR GR)OM
MAP* 900


S,' ,, 031'172--002R ,
S458 R-0619100
S DUKE WILLIAM ANDREU
$200 50 INDIAN PASS BEACH GRO
... PB 1 PO 48 LOT 2
ORB 202/955 FR POLLOCK
OT 22 MAP t'9O0 .0 '" ;

1200 0011R .
459 R-0621700
202.00 F FISHER WAYNE D. ET AL
INDIAN PASS DEACH BRO
IB I PO 4i1 LOT ,13 O.RB
OT 29 MAP 8900)


03220-021R0
460O R-OA27700 HFIX
FLEFCHER GREGORY F &
S$17694 INDIAN PASS BEACH GRO
PB 1 Pi 48 LOT 6 ORB
S. FR RICH
iT 30 MAP #90D


C" r, 03276- 0OR 00 70
Sa .461 R-063870
$475.14 (XIMP LARRY ALLEN & AV
ANY S 12 T 4 R I1 32 AC N
AC M/L NW4, LESS 8 AC IN NE
FT AV 90/921 (PARCEL 2) FR
iF.LSIl MAP t3010

032179-150R
462 R-0639200 HX
$1 .07'. 16 BAXLEY TERRY 0 & LFISO
S 1:' T 4 R IL .75 A[
4C M/I. PARCEL RFC'[I ORB 170/'
00 FT I BAXLEY
0IR MAP# 38D ,
N. nCORP.
032 :1-OOO ''
463 R-0639700 .
I' MP L ARRY L. & AUE
:' 11 9 12 1 .1 R I 0 AC
t .11.07 BEING 4 AC IN PARCEL "
P ORB 90/921 FR KEMP & A
107/853 FR PARKER
MAPS 38D
SE Y RIOI. IJ
0328'5-00014
TAY ROILL) 464 R-0639900
KEMP LARRY A. & AVE MA
512 T4 RIO 4 AC 133 X
$1 13 07 (LT 1BEIN REC'D OFF1C:!
E:NN RECORD BOOK 73 PAGE 1
KEMP

EYIO'L.D 032813-010R I
465 R-0.-10700 IX. -
FAX IU111 I KEMP LARRY A. & AVE M.
S 12' T -4 R 11 11.AC
ORB 54/990 FR ALLAN KE
210 X 210 Fl : 266X 132
'$204,76 4 PARCEL 1I IN ORB 90/92
(I OR FLIRTHER LEOAL 'SEE

r 03299--0'?1 R
EY' ll(1 466. R-06/411oo 0 i
AUSTIN JIM I. ET AL
TAX ROLl ) I I ? I 4 R 1 1 300 AC R
ORB 65/L006 FR HAMILTO
INC & RCI' 89/577
"* MAP *9
$'170,58 0 ...


03323-00OR
467 R-0654500
WACHOVIA'BANK', NW.A ,
S 12 T 5 R 11 17. 7 AC'
PART OF SE/4 LYING E 0
L) LITTLE CREEK & E OF 1SR
OUTFALL DRAINAGE DITCH


$170.58
03326-155R .
468 R-0656700
STEVENS.;EUGENE .P & BAR
SEY OD 8 13 T 5 R 11 SUNSHINE
SEYBOLD -(UNRECORDED) LOT 1.1 .96

TAX ROLL) M/L RB 148/822 FR TAUI
'X ROLL) CET AL
MAP 42


03326-245R.
469. R-0658800 0 -
. BRAKE LARRY L ,
S 13 T 5' R 11 SUNSHINE
(UNRECORDED) LOT 29 5.2
,M/L. UNREC AA FR,TAUNTQ
MAP '42

,, 03'130-120R
470 R-0659700
HARLAND LENA ,
s 13 T.5, R,11 ';347






'471 R-0660209 .
:KNUX PAMELA
.8 ,13 T 5 R 011.,
LAND BE 110 300 FT ALONG
OF DANJIELS RD, LAND LYI
BEING IN SW/4 OF SW/4
(FOR-FURTHER LEGAL SEE


03334--004R
472 R-0660800 $111.96
RAFFIELD SEVERAL
8 13 T 5 R 11 I P'197 AC M/L
BEING LOT 4 & 'ADJ. PARCEL.,
ORB 176/61 FR RAFFIELD '.
MAP* .42

03$35-OO0R
473 R-0660900 $165.,71.
SRAFFIELD APRIL "
S 13 T 5,R 11' 4.'5'AO,'M/L'.
NW/4 OF SW/4 LYING E OF.CO .RD. ,
REC d RB"60/7-5, (LESS .ORB 54/;.
1044 & .OR 72/917 TO BLAKE .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL),.

03335-0010R
474 R-0661000 .$89,61
RAFFIELD LEVERAL.. *'
S 13: T 5 'R l .;507 AC M/L
LOT 3 UNREC.' SUBD. .
ORB 176/62 FR RAFFIELD LESS- '
ORB 188/732-736 TO RAFFIELD
MAP* 42


0:3:33.5-004R :
4,75. R-0661200' ,71, 20.,
RAFFIFL 0 MADELINE,,.
S 13 T 5,'iR'11l .505 AC MNL
RETNO LOT'. 4,';UNREC. SUBD, Y .
RAFFIELU ORB 174/763 ., .
MAP* 42, .

0:33:350--OOR
4/6 R-0661400 HX .$156.21,
tlloD ROY D0. JR., & EDITH ,,
S13 T 5 R 11 ,2.58 AC M/l',
200 X 378 72 FI PARCEL ,
ORB 173/861 FR RAFFIELD ,
100 X 37B.22 FT PARCEL ORB
(FIIR FURTHER LEGAL SEE lAX ROLL.)

03:33/-005R ,. .
47/ R''-0661900 HX" "'. $394 ,97
RA FIFIi) MAUEL rriE H ,'
S 13 1 5 R' It 7.94 AC'M/L'
2013.52 ) 350 FT PARCEL O'RB' ,
5iA/635 & ORB 158/73 A '77'.88'
X 288..52 FT PARCEL ORB 158/72'
(FOR FURTHER LEOAL SEE TAX: ROLL),

03.3./--012R
471 R -0662-00 HX' $238.50
RAFFILD KIM '
5 13 1 5 P 11 5.79' AC M/L' 'i
200 FT PARCEL ON(CO',' RD1;' $266
FIN AV. DEPTH, ORB 1T34'/810-11 ,
FR RAFF IELfI M.H.
MAPI 42


2124,.45


SIDE
sG &
FR ,
TAX ROLL)


.03392-002R
493 0-0683100 $407,84
WAGNER JAMES A. ''
S 31 T 5 R il 1lAC 170 X 260"
F' LoT RRC'"D ORB 124/417 FR'
BROWNAP 13
MAAP *13C..


03392-01:iR
.494 R-0684000 $8
SOI8ARSKYJ STANISLPWA
S 31 .T '5 R11.
170 X 260 FT PARCEL ORB 126/
843-45 AA' FR HARDY
MAP4

0:3:92---02 R ""
495 R-0684200 HIX 336
BURROWS EARL L. JR.
S 11 'T T R 11 1 'AC M/L
244.2 FT ON PALMETTO OR,.
ORB 176/4i4 'FR BURROWS
MAPi 18t


1 ,81


03392 030R
496 R-0684400 HX $95.51
BROUNELL EZRA C. & JANICE F. .
S 31 1 5 R 111340 X 250.FT.
LOT] BEfNO PARCEL *1 IN.-ORB
90/1090 FR PATRICK E.Sl. & 305
X 275 FT LOT: BEING PARCEL *2
(FOR.FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'


03394-052R
497 R-0686000 1'*7
FELS JOSEPH ET UX
S.31.-T 5 R 11 4.6 AC REC'O
ORB 72/599 FR PAIRICK 350 X
570 FT. '
MAP *13C';


'498 R-0686300 $4
bRAIO LEONARD F, P.
S 31 T 5 R'1l ,53 AC M/L 92.
X 250 FT LOT
MAP* 13C ,' "


40.44;


1'.06'


5


03395-006R '", ','
499 R-0606400 '" 42.56
CiRAIl L.EqJARI F,
S 31 1 5 1 ,.
U2.5 X 250 FT 1.OT ORB 138/721
CERT. OF TITLE. FR CLERK'
MAP* 13C:

03396-002R '"
500 R-0686600 HX .' $ 77.8
MC LAWHON MICHAEL ,S. ,&-AD S, .
S 31 I 5 R 11 1.01' AC
BEING 170 X 260 FT LOT ,ORB
128/1093 FR OREEN I
MAP tl3C .

03406-515R
501 R-0690800 : $1 ; 70,58
RAY ALAN ;
S 32 T,5 R 11 '
LOr 4, LAkE CHARLES SUB.
ONREC. ORR 217/154 FR TAUNTON
& CLECKL.EY "
MAPt 131 :

03406-530R. ..
502 R-06911iOO. $131,32
NEWELL JOHN A. & .JUAN IFA LEE
S 32 T 5 R ,11 I .. 1,, 1 ",
'LOT 7. LAKE CHARLES SUB,
UNREC. UNREC AA FR TAUNTON &
CLECKLEY ., ,
MAP# 13D

03410-010R
503 R-0693100 HX ".49.07
SURFER UAYNE E & RAE ANN
S 31 1 5 R 11 1.06 AC M/L 270
X 172 FT LOT UNRECORDED
AGREEMENT FR MCDUFrIE
(MC DUFFIE INT ORB 119/737 TO
(FOR FURTHER LEOAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03420-00R .
504 R-0694500 '$1.76.32
COSGROVUE THOMAS .J.
S 32 T 5 R 11 1.29 AC: DEED
REC'D ORR 57/391
MAP 413D

03426-005R 0
505 R-0697400 HX 2 '2-.63
SANDERS BOBBY L. & JOYCE A.
S 33 T 5 R 1 1 I AG .
A PARCEL OF LD 141.86 F.T P --.
245.BBFT X 32L,02 FT X 1B4.33 ,
FI REC'D ORB 134/690-91 FR
,(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03426--210R
506 R-0698100 HA *530.62
CYR MIKA & SUSAN L PAY
S 33 T 5 R 11 2 PARCELS
REC'D IN ORB 175/963 FR KENT
MAP 27C


03426-255R
507 R-0698200 'I
ANDERSON TOMMY ,
S 33 T 5 R 11
ORB 165/2 FR ANDERSON


. $118.71


MAP I 27C: .

03426-520R
508 R-0699200 '. 210,.54
BRIDGES DOUGLAS B SR
S 33 T 5 Rll .53 AC M/L'.
(UNREC. PLAT) 105 X 220 .FT
LOT ORB 133/919 FR CARR" ,
MAPI 27C

03426-530R
509 R-0699400 ; $1',294.38
,SYLVESTER STEVEN ,J.,
5 33 T .5 R 11 .5i AC,' '.
ORB 180/827 FR CITIZENS
FEDERAL '' ;
MAPS 27C

.03426-550R' .
530 R-0699700 *149,64
HICKS COLIN KELLY
8 33 T 5 R 11 .51 AC ML/L.
-BEING LOT 6, UNREC. PLAT BY .
.CARR 105'X' 210 PT .ORB 187/
204,AA FR.CARR & ORB 204'/?8 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX.,ROLL)

03426-55s'R
511 R-0699800 HX $226,13
DYCUS RONALD E. & ANN .
8, 33'T.5 R1.1, 1 AC:M/L
210'X 210 FT. PARREL ORB 182/
5S. FR WETAPPO INC.

03426-570R: .
'512 R-070010 0 $390..50
POLLOCK MITCHELL' T. &!
S 33 T 5 R 10 1.02 AC M/L
.210 FT ON PLEASANT REST ,
CEMETERY RD ORB 214/247 FR
WETTAPPO INC.
MAPt 27C


03337-0235R '
4/9 R-0662300 .422,7.64
FU USIGNANT PATRICK J.
S13 T 5 R 11 2.97 AC HM/1
1 374,.88 185 X 700 FT CREEKFRONT PARCEL
UNRFC AA ER DAVIS
UP NO. 1 MAP* 42

K & BAS 3:37-050R 0. ,
,A .' 400 R-0662400 ,."' $227.64
BK 0 TIIUSIGNANT PAIRICK 'J' ,
; S,13 T 5 R 11. 3'AC M/L,.
L'RFEKFRONT PARCEL REC' DIN
$247,63 UNREC AA FR.:DAVIS
MAPS 42 :
U P NO ti ,.,. ,-,. ,, ,.
S77/934 03340-005R
401 R-0667300 1885.27
S BLK 0 HAGAN GEORG6E L. & JOSEPHINE L.
CREEKVIEU ESTATE, UNREC.
.55 AC, LOT 1 103 FT CREEK
1.77.91 FRONT WETAPPO OBR 201/798 FR
JUL IE A DUJRFN F. r AL
lip filO. 1 (FOR FURTHER LEOAL SEE TAX ROLL),
167/1 /' '
03'340--020R
S4' -0667600 HX $201,6&
.BK KU YOUNGFILOOD JOANNE
CREEKVIEU ESTATES,- UNREC. !
','' ,, LOT 4 ORB 135/289 FR COSTIN .',,.
'n2.3 ORB 157/154 AA'FR CARR ET AL
E MARIF & OFRB 186/511 FR WARMER & OR.B"
E/4.0F (FOR FURTHER LEOAL SEE TAX ROLL)
C IN RFI '
KEMrP 03:340-0/5R
4B3 R-0668000 X '$156.9
H' ALL JAMES C & PATRICIA E
S S 3 T 5 R 11
$.t 1(04,1 7 ORB 159/802 FR CARR ET AL
A L MAPt 42 '
c M/L. 0:3340 .113014 .
967 FR 41(4 R 0668300 ": 276.60
: STERZOY JUHN A '
CREEKUIEU ESTATES, UNREC.
LO 4 ORB 161/910 FR COSTING
ET AL
; 14 4R.O) MAPI 42

03340-230R
3. IN 4R5 R-0668400 HX' $, 539.39
4 AC ORB- MURAI ES JFSUS ROBERTO ..
S.CRFEKUOCJ0 ESTATES, UNRFT."'
LOT 13 ORB 196/681 FR CARR
ET AL '
MAP# 42 .
*$113 .47 -
ARIE '03346--0001? '
1320 FT;. 486 R 06691100 'i' $86:.61
IAL HAMMON OWENDOLYN't. .
24 FROM S 23 T 5 R 11 3 AO REC'D ORB
8/159 "' .,
/ ^, 'MAP *42 '; ;

S' $59.18 0:3371-OOOR ,
S '487 R-0674000 1 .. 1 3. 16
SMITH WILLIAM- GOLEMAN' .. .
-MP BEIfIO S 26 1' 5 R 11 5.06 AC PER
'0 FT DEED REC'D ORB 52/158'FR .
?'I LESS' '" LILLA DlOOM' ,
TAX ROLL) MAP' 143 ': '

03189- 352R
S513,72 488 R-0680000 645;3.4.
MC OOUGH VANCE 8 & CRYSTAL M.-
EC'DP 31 T 5 R 11 13'1 At '."
N FARMS PORTION OF"'LOT 7 ORB 197/894
F'R DURLIEN 1
MAP4 13C :

'03390-001R '
:$59.1 4899 R-0680600 HX $298.24
PARKER CHRISTOPHER R. :
THAT S. 31 T 5 R 11 1.02 'AC:.1'65' FT .
F X'270 FT LOT
ORB 181/865 FR SYLVESTER ,
MAP' 130 ';" '.' ;,.

03391-002R .
'' 490 R-0680900 $144.40
$85.37 'BUKLEREWICZ JULIUS & JEAN M.
BARA J 7 8: 31.T 5 R 11 1.S1.AC COMM AT. .

ACRE S NEC OF NE/4 OF.SE/4,-RUN.W1 '
ACRES 400 -FTi N,,300 FT FOR POB, RUN
6TAN N 188 FT,:.350 T,.S' 18,8 F,,
NTON' .(FOR-FURTHER LEGAL .SEE ,TAX ROLL)

0.3391-00 6R ', .. ,'' '
491 R-0681300 $153.38
4 BARBEE ARCHIE H.
$524.78 ,S ,31 T, R 11 1.02 AC 165 X,
270 FT LOT
ACRES ORB 199/557 FRk TURNER
23.AC MAP, 13C' .



03391-026R
12478 492 R-0682700 $170.58
$12.7..8 BROWNELL JANICE FAY
S 8 31 T 5",-Ri 11 1.75 AC 205 X
Ac 4/L 250 X 275 'X '280 FT,,ORB 120/664
'ARCEL' FR PLAYER,ESTATE & ORB 199/896
B' 144/ FR 'BROWNELL & .PADGETT
MAP# 13C ; .


.31


.BLK 1


;03451-0'1R ;
514 R-0704800 HX 4445.81
AVRIGIAN. BRYAN & DIANNA
.WETARPO CREEK ESTATES PB 3 PG
7 LOT'S 6 & 7
ORB 186/380 AA'FR ARNOLD
MAP 4270
BLK B

03453-001R
515 R-0706600 $350,16
SIMMONS GEORGE U. JR.
S 35t 5 R 11 2,25 AC M/L S/2
OF S/2,OF SU/4; OF NE/4 OF,
NW/4 ORB 207/936 FR CLENNEY
MAP* 43


03454-010R
516. R-0707000 HX *407;.20
BARFIELD RICHARD 0 & DONNA M
S 35 T 5 R 11 1 AC M(L
N/2 OF SW/4 OF.NE/4 OF NW/4,
LYING U OF0 S'R 386 ORB 147/419
FR RAY & ORB 197/15 CD FR RAY
MAP'* 43 ,


O


1


6.44


I


03440-000R
,51 R-0701900 $83
HAMMON OWENDOLYN.,
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBO
,(UNRECORDED) LOTS 46 & 54 ORB
88/591 QC FR WHITFIELD
MAP #27C


!(I


+ > % ,,


,+













PAGE 6C THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 13, 20, 1999


03460-040R
517 R--0708400 $170.58
POLLARD BILLY F.
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD (AN
UNRECORDED SUBD) LOT 81 300
4 FT WETAPPO CREEK FRONT 165 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 207/910 FR SPANN
MAP* 43

03460-045R
518 R-0708500 FX $1.80.43
POLLARD BILLY F & VIRGINIA K
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD (AN
UNRECORDED SUBD) LOT 9 ORB
170/719 FR SMITH
MAP # 43

03460-125R
519 R-0709300 HX $193,53
RAY WILLIS A. & PEGGIE U.
S 35 T 5 R 11,
CREEKWOOD FIRST ADDITION
(UNREC) LOT 5 & 6
ORB 213/494 FR BARFIELD
MAP* 43

03460-135R
520" R-6709400 $190.03
RAY WILLIS ALVIN & PEGGIE W
S 35 T 5,R 11 CREEKWOOD FIRST
ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 7 ORB
150/568-69 FR GRANGER
MAP* 43"

03460-365R
521 R-0712200 $95.10
KENNEDY CAROL P.
CREEKWOOD UNII 3, UNPECOROFtII
LOT 17 & 18 & PENINSULA
PORTION. ORB :183/855 FR
SCHMIDT
MAP* 43.

03460-375R :
522 R-071230;' $173.45
JONES JOE & CAROL A. KENNEDY
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 19 ORB 134/897-98 FR
ME-.XICO REACH CORP. INC.' .
'MAP* 43

03460-380R "
523 R-0712400 $78.76
GRIMALDI RALPH J. & REGINA L,.
CREEKUOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED,
LOT 20 ORB 133/1048-49 FR
MEX. BCH. CORP, INC
MAP* 43 "

03463-030R '" '" : '
524 R-07.15400 -IX" $2588
NICHOLS MARY ELLEN :
S 35 T. 5 R 11 2.63 AC M/L
BEING LOT ,6 UNREC. SURD
ORB 181/634 FR. ARNOLD
MAP* 43

03488-002R ,
525 ; R-0720200 HX $241.75
THOMAS FLOYD LYNN & SIIERR,Y ANN.
S 6 T 6 R I 3 AC
ORB 161/703 FR BASTAS
MAP* 14B

03488-05,0R 6
526 R-0720.14 0 IIX $350.26
DAVIS RICHAPO GLENN & DEBRA L
S 6 T 6 R 11 2.673 AC M/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 172/584 FR
THOMPSON
MAP 1413 '

03493-000R '-
527 R-0721000 I$1,236.32 -
WILLIAMS WILLIAM C; JR.- :
S 5 T 6 R 11 3,04 AC BEG AT
NEC OF SW/4 OF NW/4 & RUN 5
230 FT FOR FOB, TH S 270 FI,
TH U 490 FT, TH N 270 FT, TH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE'TAX ROLL)

03501- tI',;R
528 '-t'72 J.'00 .,3,70-3. 44
$EIFESRT' FRANK J'. &- DONNA M.
S 6 T 6 R 11 7,75 AC M/L
PARCEL I 5.46 AC M/L & PARCEL
II. ORB 1'9/291 FR GRIFFIN
MA'P* 14 .'

03501-180R
529, R-0724400 $543.29
CLECKLEY ir ETT
t; 6 T a Rpi 1 I ,I H;I F. FF. FI M '
(IUIRECORUDEO) LOT IA :1.'? Al
M/L IINPECfliDED AA. FP IAIIN 'T
MAP t14B

0.3511 -010R
,:q) 0 P-07'.-'f0' 1) H-IX 'i94 .67
HESS DREMA V
S 6 T 6 R 11 1 AC M/L 105 X
413.15 FT LOT ORB 1 77/305 AA
FR WHIIILE' '' "
MAP# 14B : '

i 3.'' 00 1 I '
531 R-07:19600( $938.74
HAPRELL ROBERI C, & MARYANH -
BEACON HI U.1 SBD PR I PC; 2
LOT 13 A ', lRrr nI iUElE I -11. 13
& US 98 RFC 'D OPR 76/2?.-1
MAP i.16C, ... ',
BL.K 6
0 316t9-000R ,
':.12 P-r 7.-'600 47724
R[-I)EtK ll Al EXANI1RA
BEACON HilI L S.BD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 5 & FRONTAGE TO US 98
ORB 194/967 FR BLOUNT & .ORB
194/799 QC FR BI OUNT i ;. ,
(FOR FIJPIHER LEGAL SEF IAX .ROLL.)

0:16461 -000R ..
533 R-0746900 $537,99
WATSON PHILLIP L.., JR,
BEACON HILL SUBD PR 1 PU "
LOTS 7 A 9 ORB 114/932 FI
M INTIFORD .. .
BLI( 1 1 .II : r
'< MAP* 16C' '

03671--O OR"" '. .
534 R-0749800 "' ''$68,49
FREEMAN GARY & GLORIA
BEACONH-IILL SUBD PB 1 ,PG 2
LO1 16 ORB 113 '/725 FR .. ,,.
A1 IHlllRflJK=', ,"* ',
MAP *16C B ,, 4
*:.. 'BLK 14 ".

03685-001R
535 R-0751400 HX $57.79
VICKERS LINDA BURTON & .AVirI P
BEACON HILL SULIBDIVISIIN LII :
19 ORB 149/876 FR K(ENI '''
MAP *16C '


03706-0001R
536 R-0754100
MORGAN ELTON THOMAS
BEACON HILL SUBD PB
LOT 11 ORB 71/1054
MAP *168. ,


1 P1


03733-021R ;
537 R-0758600
HUDSON EARLEEN
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PC
LOTS 4, 6 & 8 ORB 208/64
STEWART
MAP 16C
'


B






i
81




44


BL


03735-050R
538 R-0760200
ATKINSON JR. WILLIAM M,.
BEACON HILL SUBD,. PB t PI
LOT 13
ORB 127/790 FR YORK
,MAP' 16C

03744-0OOR
539 R-0761100
OUIMET. JULIE R.
BEACON HILL ESTATES UNIT
PB 2 PO 46 LOT 4
ORB 204/487 FR BENN
MAP* 168


LK 16

$1125.45

2


L..K 18

$596.45

2
FR


K '25

$108.00
& LISA
G 2





,$186.29

ONE


03752-005R
540 R-0763700 HX $598.20
HICKS COLIN K. & KAREN K.
BEACON HILL ESTATES UNIT ONE
PB 2 PG 46 LOT 8
ORB 201/437 FR JOHNSON
MAP *16B
BL.K 3

03773-0OOR
541 R-0767300 $99,21
WILLIAMS WILLIAM CAREY III &
S 31 T.6 R 11 100 X 100
TRIANGULAR PARCEL IN GOVT LOT
7 ORB 208/939 FR DEW
MAP* 16C

03782-0OOR
542 R-0768200 $80,3:1
POSEY MARION H,
S 31 T 6 R 11 REC'D DBK
20/383
MAP *J16C:

03798-085R
543 R-0777400 HX $1.,092.67
UPTON BRIAN & PATTI
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED LOT 1 ORB 155/489--
491 FR DUREN & ORB 206/24 FR
DUREN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

,03798--086R
544 R-0777500 $602.57
UPTON PATTI L.
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION "
UNRECORDED LOT 2:
ORB 205/206 FR KEISTER &.
TALLEY ...
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

03798-106R
545 R-0778400 ,$273.81
WHALEY JIM & KATHY
GULFAIRE 51181), PHASE II
LOT 15 ORB 129/146 FR NEWMAN
ET AL
MAP* 16C

03798-165R
546 R-0779600 $256.36
RATHMAN MARLENE CULPEIPPER
GUFL AIRE SUB. :
LOT 25; ORB 203/260 FR WHITE
MAP*. 16C .
SBLK C

03798-260R
547 R-0782700 HX $1,014,,48
OTWELL TERRY .G. & LORI R,.
GULF AIRE SUBO. PHASE 11 111T
15 ORB 197/593 FR C:1TIZF(';
FEDERAL
MAP* 16CBL
BLK-D

03798-3201'
548 R-0783900 'i273.81.
DAVIS GEORGE JR. & LARMELITA
GULF AIRE SUBD, PHASE II
"LOT 27 ORB 129/1005 FR ODUREN
MAP* IACI .


03798-405R
549 R-0785400 IHX $1,191.95
'.ar, 7F/R PICKER F JR
GIULF AlP'F SUBD. PHASE TT I OT
16 ORB 141/286-87 FR PEOPLE'S
FIRST FIN, SAVINGS & LOAN
ASSOC..
(FSURFUR1HER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03798--490R
550 P-07817400 $1,771.32
BANNISTER JOHN L. & PATTI B.
GULF- AIRED PHASE III IUNRECORULI~I
LOTS :, A 6 ORB 186/726 I P
MC KAY
MAP* 16C

03798-673R
551 R-0791700 $955,99
BLOUNT LINDEN V & CAROL.
S 31 T 6 Rli c ,.... .
75 FT US 98 FRONT: 187.46 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 167/101 FR GULF
Al[RE PrFIP. TNlC.
MAP 16C : .

037Y9-684R
55.2 R-0791()'0 $1,003.13
GAA1 FNI Y .IJHN U. &
'3 3 T 6 R 11
RE[N1G UNiT 4 C1IRAIl REEF
TflUIISHnLISES ORB 139/566 TD
FR PRIESTLEY
MAP* 16C

0379 --7-'5R
553 R-0792600 -ix $672.08
COPE PHILIP N A LINDA M
GULF AIRE PHASE IU,,UIREC
LOT 5 ORI 177/235 FR DUREN
MAP* 16 .
.-. '~ .B.1 K I T .


03798 -.iR 5
554 R-079.1100
LEWIS LILYAN FOGG
GIILF AIRE PHASE IV, UNRE
LUI 6 ORD 195/61 FR HIIlU.1
MAP# 160D
B

03805-002R' "
i95 R-0795900 $.
WlLLIAMS WILLI.AM CAREY I
S 31 T 6 R 11 6.26 AC M/1
ORB 206/577 FR FAISON; .T
MAPS 16C .

03806-'002R
5.,-6 R 0797100
PARK R I IIARI-IF & FRANCES
S 32 T ,6 R 11
316.26 FT ON AMERICUS AVI
6." !4 X 1.54,03 X 2/,a6. 5
I il 03 ORR 145/711 FR PAl
MAPt 16D :


.55/ R-0797100 5$1
il FTr FIN ,RUBYE .(3,
L. 31 T 6 R 11 1.72.55 FT I
98 TRIANGULAR LOT 200.72
DEEP ORB 91/955 FR JACKS(
MAP #16C ,

03806--495R
5508 R-R0067(0o
LOCKE GWEN E.
SEASHORES A/K/A PORT ST.
BEACH UNIT 3 LOT 7
ORB 167/100 FR LEWIS & [.
180/483 FR LOCKE
MAPS 160

03806-4690R
559 R-0810500
MATINCHECK CHRIS
SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST.
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
PB 3 POS, 34 & 35
LOT 2 ORB 191/967 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TO
03816--O00R
560 R-0812300
MC GRIFF ANDREW
S 4 T 7 R 11 14.96 AC M/
480,5 X 1358.43 X 480.1 >
1354.15 ORB 174/752 FR WF
ESTATE
MAP* 31
03820-010R
561 R-081.3400 $-
SULLIVAN III S. MICHAEL
S 5 T 7 R 11 35 FT GULF
FRONT; 190 FT DEPTH BEINC
OF ATLANTIC ST END ORB
112/204 FR POOLE
MAP* 17A

03836-000R
562 R-0816300 HIX
KEEL ROBERT LEE
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON
LOT 14 ORB 73/671
MAP #17A


BLK 1


.'


03869-000R
563 R-0820200
RUDE GEORGE T. & FRANCS
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACI
N 24 FT OF LOT 2 & ALL
3 ORB 170/726 FR JONE!
210/876 FR RUDE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

03894-OOOR
564 R-0822900
WALL CHARLES D.
YON'S ADDITIbN TO BEACC
LOT 5 ORB 86/94 A OF A
MAP *17A


03899-050R
565 R-0823700 'HX
CORBIN MARGARET MARTIN
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACC
S 50 FT LOTS 12,13
ORB 172/376 ,C FR WILSi
MAP* 17A

03900-O00R
566 R-0823S00
ATCHISON EARL T.ET AL
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON
SE 61 FT OF LOT 19 (LI...K
NI 85 FT OF LOT 8 (BLK
122/339-40 FR EST. OF J
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

03905--0OOR
567 R-0824500
FIRST UNION NATIONAL BA
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACO
LOT 16 ORB 214/726 CT F
MAPM 17A :


$1,034.54
ES H.
ON HILL
OF LOT
S & ORB

TAX ROLL)


$579,72

)N HILL


BLI( B.


$; 1:I1., 95

ON HILL,

ON



$244.32

)N HILL ,
K 6) & "
7) ORT '
JEAN
TAX ROLL)


$877.53
INK
IN HILL..
*R CI.1.IRK

BL.K 9


03906-001R
568 R-0824700 .$9I'., 73
SPLURLIN NEA L *ET' X .X
YON'S ADDITION TO If Aftill Ilil 1.
LOT 19' & SW 'LY 1/2 OF LOT, 18
ORB 86/773
MAP :#17A
I...K 9,

03924--ODOR
569 R-0827000 $3,280.81.
MONOD OLIVIER
YON 'S ADDITION T(O BEACON HI ..LL
LOT 1 ORB 193/760 FR CASSANI
& LOT 3 & PORT. OF ALL..EY
VACATED BY CO. RESOLUTION 77-2
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

03941--0001
- 570 R-Mt,1-1'? ''),) 0.'.61, 40
HODGE 10 R IHY ROS l rii I I lri6r
YON'S AilDI I TU13n I fIEt'.'ill HILL
LOT 1 ORB 177/626 FR MATTHEWS
MAP *17A
BLK 13

03946 "005R
571 R--OO e-.' o $222.94
iIHIF'FIll RIJU YE I_,
YON'S ADDIII r l10 BEACON HILL
LOT '19 ORF1 9'/11 100 FR MILLER '
ET AL. & PORIIONT OF VACATE-D
ALLEY RES 96-33
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03951-000.R
572 R-0830500 $;122?2,94
SMITH WILLIAM COLEMAN
YDON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT 8 & 25' PORTION VACATED
IN ALLEY RES 96-33
MAP #17A
1BLK. 14

03976-350R
573 R"0836400 $4,489.84
BESS. GREGORY & BRENDA MH,
S 5 T /S P 11W .389 AC M/L
60.12 FT GULF FRONT, DLHrUl
LOT 7 ORB 187/580 FR GfI'.5
MAP# "17A'

03982--200R
574 R-0839200 .. T .'I .l.
HALLBERG JOHN E. & EDRA K,
S 5 T 6 R il 16 FT GULF
FRONT; BE NG UNIT 0. 10
,OIRB 199/788 FR ARNOLD
MAP# 17A '

03987-001R
575 R-0840000 HX $1 013, 26
HILL R EDtJARf) & SUSAN F
S; 5 T 7 R' 11 PARCEL BEING
FORMERLY LOTS 2 & 3, & PORTION
OF GEORGIA CYPRESS STS BLOCK
1 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ,ROL')

03987-050R1
576 1 R-0840100 HI-X $796.96
GREEN PAUL & VIRGINIA
S 5 T 7 R 11. ,61 :AC M/LI
125 FT LOQT ON OAK STi 2130:1 .
FT AV DEPTH & ORB 160/157
(.22 AC) FR COSTIN
MAPS 17A

04005-00OR .
577 1R-0843600 HX "$155 96
HELLER THOMAS. R, & IRENE L.
PORTST, JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 1.
LOT 2 ORB 106/995 AA FR
DESKINS EST.
MAP *17A
BL..K 6

04006-001R
717F1 R-OR431000 IIX $7:' I
ROCUUKER MICHAEL I] & BEVERLY A
PUR1 ST. JOE REACII ,UNIT NO, 1.
LOT 15 ORB 163/74 AA FR
REVELL
MAP #17A
S ,,, ( 6

04014-050R
579' R-0845200 $97,42
HOBSON ROBERT. M,. & REBA B.
PORT ST JOF BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT'4. URIU 190/55 F:R ,1a,,Ir i'
MAP# 17A :
BL.K 7

04050-OOOR
5i 0 R0849900 HX. *247.53
WOOD CARL .' ;.
PORT ST., JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 1
LOTS 2 & 4
MAP *17A
B 1.K 1.1.

04084--OOR
581 R-0854600 HX $242.03
TOOLE SHEILA K
PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT. NO, 1.
LOT 6 ORB 169/515 FR WRIGHT
MAP 17A
BLKI 16

04099-011R
582 R-0856800 H-IX S122.6.06
HALL ERLINE .A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO.' 2
LOT 10 & -12
& ORB 149/393 FR COSTING & OREB
166/854 FR GIBSON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04101-005R
583 R-0857500 $231., 67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RAI..PHI U,
PORT ST, JOE: BEACH UNIT NO. 2'
(FORMER) LOT 1
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLI ..)


04101-035R
584 R-0857700 $231.67
$113.06 HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH U.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
HILL (FORMER') LOT 7
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &'
CBL 2 (FOST IN
BLK 2 (FOR 'FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLLI)


04101-045R
585 R-0857800 $231 .67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH WU
PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT NO, ?. 2
(FORMER) LOT 9
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL[).

04102-005R
586 R-0857900 $231.67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH W,
PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
FORMERR) LOT 1
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COSTING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04102-010R
587 R-0858000 $231,67
H-OWARD JOSEPH H, & RALPH ,W'
PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
(FORMER) LOT 32
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ It''r l iNr Or &
COSTING ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04102-015R
588 R-'0858100 $231.67
HOWARD JOSEPH H, & RALPH '
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 3
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ I NVrS I'M[ ( i&:1 &
COST 1:N
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL .SEE TAX ROLL).

04102--020R
589 R--0858200 $23.1,67
HOWARD JOSEPH I., & RALPH W,
PORT ST.. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 4
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &.
COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)'

04102-025R
590 .R-0858300 $231 67
HOWARD JOSEPH H., & RALPH W.
PORT ST,. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
(FORMER) LOT ,
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ I'NV'lTI lirt iT &.
COSTIN
..lEqR..EURTHFR IfAIL SFE TAX RpLL)

04102--030R
591 R.-085B400 .. : $231.67
HOWARI JU3LPH H, .& RALPH U.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 6
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COSTING
(FOR FURTHER LE GAL SAE TAX ROLL):

0410.2-0;35R
592 R-0858500 231.67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH W,
PORT ST. JOE BIACIl UNIT NO. 2/
(FORMER) LOT 7 ..
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0110.' 0104 R .
F59: R-R-085Ro00 $231,67,
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH W.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 8
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVFSTMENf &
COSTIN ,,.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04102-045R
594 R-0858700 $231,67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH W.
PORT ST. JOE' BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 9
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COSTING
(FOR I'HPINER LEGAL SEE TAX RLII L)

04102-050R
595 R-085.,3800 $231.67
HOWARD JOSEPH H, & RAJLPH UW,
PORT ST. JOE IFAH '. UNIT NO. 2
(FORME I&,, LOT .lu '
ORB 207/64 11 I llU'"1111E r'&
COSTING
(FOR -:liillirr LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


,6 R .',F .4 HX $205,53
HOWARD JOSEPH H & JUDITH A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 7 & 9 ORB 11 .2/59 FR

MAP 17A
BL K 24.

04126-0 OR
597 1R-086160V. M )> H1 9 i i
BARNETT ,J & lir L I A B
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
LOT 13 ..ORB 141/399 FR NOBLES
MAP *17A "
.. BOLK 25"

0414- ) Ii, l
598 R-O n.i.'.1.,.0 .HX $212.48
MULLIS OONALD D. & ELOISE S.,
PORT S1. JOF RFACH UNIT NO, 2
LOTS 1. &A 1 (, U N1I 1 .'/80 FO'I
(,ii H 11 r .'. r'," ;u l 60 FT' OF' LOT'r
I UI 135/146 FR WILLIAMS
(FOR FURTHERR LEGAL SEE TAX .ROLL)

041 45-002R 1
.599 F 'l','.4 $:345,79
BIRANSON STEVE. .E.. :, L ;
PORT ST, JOE BEACH l UNI. 2
49,99 X 150 FT PORTION OF"
LOTS 14 & .1.5 (BEFIN(3 .LT 2 OF
AN LUNREC SUB0D,)
(FOR ii'' ilr H R LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

041. 45-OOSR
600 R-0864600 HX $22.87
IHII "N, 1 IAiMES R MA .I.i L ACPUi
IIll I ';1 JO)E UI-fail UN I I '. .
NE/2 ,OF" LOT 16 1 ir1 i N' I IJr 5
OIF AN T NREC. ,IN1ll) lI41
116/,23-,52S AA 'FR KENT &. ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04160-000R
601 R-0866900 $493.48
RI:CHITER BILLY R, & MARITHA C,
PORT ST', JOE RaAir.H UNIT NO, 2
LOT 9 ORB 1136'/843 FR ALABAMA

MAP :17A "
BLK 32
04179-.000R1
602 R--0870200 $623, '79
H'A[ ((EMN BIRAC:11TF BIEAITRICE
PORT ST. JOE BEACH 'UNIT NO, 2.
LO[)IS :1.2, :15 & 16
MAP $.1.7A


BLK 35
041:J6-003R
603 R-087:1.300 IX: $203.99
HOLLAND EVELYN
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
LOT 4 ORB 182/508 FR GREEN
MAF' *17 A
BLK 37

04198-000R
604 R-0872700 $179.32
ESTES ROBERT S & GLORIA
POR ST JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMERLY) LOT 4
ORI) 141/162 FR COSTING
MAP* 17A
BLK 40

04204-005R
605 R-0874500 'IX $546.53
MC CARY TIERESA T,
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
LOT 6 ORB 113/685 FR STOVER
MAP*17A
BLK 42

04212-007R
606 R-0877000 $177.82
HARRIMAN MARK D.
PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
LOT 8 ORB 216/804 FR BROCK
MAP *17A
BLK 45


04216-001R
607 R-0878600
BUTLER DWIGHT L. & DEBRA
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT
LOT 14 ORB 120/859 FR
MAP@ 17A


04216-002R
608 R-0878700
BUTLER DWIGHT L, & DEBRA
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT
LOT 15 ORB 113/83 FR COS
MAP* :1.7A


04222-006R
609 R-0880400 -IX
STRIC:.KLAND STACY B & LALI
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT
LOT 13 ORB 168/361 ACRE
FR COSTIN & TBJ & ORB 18
AD FR COSTIN & TBJ
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

04243-050R
610 R-0883900 $
GREEN ROBERT & WILLIAM
S 16 T 7 R :1.1
56,19 FT GULF FRONT; BEI
PARCEL '8' ORB 191/969 F
NEUWMAN
MAP* 329

04249-050R
611 R-.OSa5100 $
GREEN ROBERT & WILLIAM
9 16 T 7 R 11 87.13'FT Gl
FRONT; 262 FT AV DEPTH
ORB 198/429 FR NEWMAN
.MAP* 32B

04255-020R
612 .R-0885600
KIRBY STEPHEN E & DEBORAI
ST:. ,JISFPn SHORES SUBD PI
PG 36 S 10 FT OF LOT.3; I
FT OF LOT 4 BEING 50 X 1
LOT ORB 141/706 FR HARRY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE Ti

04273-145R
613 R-0890200
LYLE'MICHAEL A. & LINDA
BAY BREEZE SUB PB 3 PG 45
LOT 9.ORB 211/311 FR RISI
MAP, 498'

04:340-OOOR
61,4 R-8977600
WELCH LINDA KAY
HInIHL.ADLi VIEU PB 1 PG 22
LOTq 12 & 13 ORB. 144/31.1
HAYDEN
MAP* 49B
(3LI I


. 04341-000R
615 R-0897700 H-IX
WELCH I INIIA KAY
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1
15 .& W/2 OF LOT 14
FR HAYDEN
MAP *49B,


PG 22
ORB 14


04361-0001 R
616 R-0898500 $100.78
lil.1111l11 I M L'A I ,
HIlillLAtJD VV ru PB 1 PG 2.' E 56
FT OF LOT 14 & 11; LESS S 30
FT OF 11; BEING THE OLD STORE
BLDG ORB 83/1122 & LESS 601
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04371--000R OOR
617 R-0899400 $835.99
WOOD CARL DAVID
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS
E, 100 FT X 140 FT OF I niT 4
ORB 198/797 FR FllN PY A. IRu
204/56 QC FR WOOD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04405-OOOR :
618 .f'l, R'-09,0254 0 1. ;Q -0-92$.80, 55,
r:illiMil AIII'ST A GLORIAr
UAY.'lEU HEIlilIS PB 1 PG 26
LOT 11 1
ORB 198/142 FR CITIZENS
Trl-lfERAL
(I fiR FIIPIHE1R LEGAl SEE TAX ROLL).-)

04539-030R
619 R-0915200 $4,363.46
WILLIAMS JAY FRANKLIN JR
S 27 T 7 R. 11 ,594 AC M/L 225
FT US 98 FRONT; 115 FT DEPTH
ORB 154/611 FR VIZCARRA
MAPS 33A

04539-100R
620 R-0915700 $4,211.,01
HEAN GEORGE J SR & SHARON S
S 27 T 7 R 11 .921 AC M/L 300
FT TRIANG. PARCEL ON VICTORIA
AVE 282 FT DFPTH ORB 159/749
FR FREEMAN
MAPS 49B

04598-OOOR
621 R-0925600 '$306.07
BUIE .JAMES
ST. JOE HEIGHI1S SUBD PB 1 'PO
35 LOT 1 .
MAP 050A
BLK A
04623--OOOR
622 R-09?2200 HA $233.16
EVANS AlNr;EL.A A
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBO PB 1 PG
35 E/2 OF LOT 24 & E/2 OF LOT
26
MAP *50A
BLK A
04635-050R
623 R-0929400 HX $259.86
WHITAKER LINDA G.
ST, JOF liF.Iriillr SUBD, PB 1 PG
35 L-OT 7 ORB 119/329 FR
LOWERY
MAP* 50A
BLK .B
04638-000R .
624 R-0929600 $180.43
BEACHUM CLEVELAND JR,
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 S/2 OF LOT 10 ORB 128/879
MAP *50A I
S 8 RI.I< B
04640-0001R
625 R-0929900 $767.85
MC KELVY POLLY, HEIRS OF
ST, JOE. HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 20
MAP *50A


04644-000OR
626 R-0930300 HX
SMITH VIOLA
ST, JOE HEIGHTS SUBD
35 LOT 26 ORB 89/788
HI-RLBUT
MAP 50A


04648-OOOR
627 R-0930600
ANDREWS DAVID A. &
CITY OF PORT ST. ,.OE
& 13 ORB 214/576 FR
MAP 50A


PB 1
FR


BLK B


$103.52

tPGo


$177.82
B,
NO, 2
SHFOAF

BLK 46


$368. 82
B.
NO. 2
TIN

BLK 46


$334,89
RA L
NO, 2.
EMEN1T
8/574


AX 1ROII..) L.01 1.,.1 ORaJI 17./68 --oo 88 .
Qa(UARLES
MAP@ 50A .. '

3,390,77 .'l'' :
04810--000R
633. -(t?949,.6 I'O OR
NG BtUTLER WIGHT .L, & DEBBIE B,
R CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 2,4
ORB 133/389 & ORB 133/390 FR 'a
SMITH (1 N11i A( TII'.F S?1YIC1; a '
BEAUTY ;31111 i '0 i.l
(FOR lIlliR P FI,|Il SEE"T'AX ROL..)
4,363, 18 .)
04824-000R -'a. -'
UL.F. 634 R-0951000 HX -304i*0.
BRADFOR'D J C & CAROL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 24
& 26 ORB 149/883-884 FR-: a ..
LEHIARDY & ORB 158/'483 FR,' ..
HARMS &. ORB 177/28.4 CDn,'ER .;1.1!1I9I
$575,43 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL' SEE TAX- ROLL)
H M .. I
B 1 o0 l l.'/i--o00 R : '
N 40 3-. .R-0962900 HX $10. (Y'.- )
10 FT BLACK RICHARD W & BARBARA J
RISON CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N/2 O1' '.)1,:'
AX ROLL.) LOT 16 ORB 170/468 FR DPIN;OI0'
MAP #50A '
: *. ". ."* rnl I f' 1 "
$166,02 ",' '" -' :
04HB,1 ->.,8 OP ." .' :' ":: "'t' ),.1
5 636 R-0964000: $4'1a9.9S
1 SEA OATS TRUST' '
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 27 .& .
E/2 OF t:.': 1OF, LOT 25 ORB', '
109/265 FR CHILDS' ..
$161.,87 MAP 50A ,.-
', : "" 1 a1 < ,r.>

0 FR 04890--OOOR 'f1'l
637 R-0964400 $723,.03
TANKERSLEY JAMES
B CITY OF PORT ST. JOE: LOT-' '&:I'"
E/2 1F 1_0 5 ".
1.150. 73 MAP 0, .
"-I ";" *l 7 '

LOT
44/328 04898--00.iR : .1
638 -R-0965300 HX -$465.13
rIlTIIRSBAY Uji l AM P. & TERESA A
BLK B, CTTY OiF POIPI SI JUE. L OT ; l' / 1
E/2 OF LOT 20


ORB 181/988 FR HObAN .
MAP 50A '
8- V.

04898-004R
639 R-0965600 HX $114.09
=WORTHINGTON MARY '
CITY OF PORT SIT. JOE LOT l17 &
W/2 OF LOT 19 ORBR /87,1 7
MAP 50A '
,BLI(: 37":L "

04899-000R -: a
640 1R-0965700 HX $218.61
LITTLE PAMELA ZOSKI .
CITY OF POlIRT ST. JOE LOT ":3 ''
ORB '185/33 FR BUYER '.
MAP* 0A .a
'o BL.J


04913-O00R .. q AM
641' R-0967100 HX $424.47
HARRISON DIANNA W
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 1 &:
N'LY 15 FT OF LOT 20RB '
: 7'/999 F R BUR .
MAP* 50A


04923-0OOR
642 R-0968500 HY 70 7. 4'9
QUINTANA MICHELLE RENEE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 8 -;
ORB 204/357 FR LETTER .
MAP *50A a':' '' ,
': ,RL d -'0


04947--OOOR : a. ;*,
643 R-0970900 H-IX $438 05
:BOIJDYE RICHARD a1
CITY OIF PORT i ST OE: 100 FT1
OF E 4/6 FT OF L.OT 27 '' -
FT OF LOT., 29 ORB 17B0/a'7.'2 FR- "
PARKER & ORB 195/932 QC FR "'a
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEEf TAX ROLCl:)

04974-00R '
644 R-0973600 HX $26, 38
MARLOWE MELI.SSA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 25 &
E/2,OF LOT 23
ORB 214./903 FR',.JAMERSON *" 0
MAP* l.,50 ... ' "


04994--0OOR -
645. R-0975700 H1IX 1 ,"' ,
BORDE:N WALLACE DALE & KAREN A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 15
ORB 193/1011 FR FALISKI,. ..
MAP .450A
,,* 1 I.H I 'l .,

04998-00OR
646 R-0976100 HX L T A 7
GILBERT WILLARD PAUL Er .AL,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ,LOT. ,19,.,
ORB 199/985 FR MC DERMOTT
MAP 50A
,. Ii K 4 .,

05004-023R '. *
647 R-0976900 HX l, '.. $33-i,:39
WIL.LIAMS FRANKIE & KIM : .:
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ,t
LOT 23 & S, 26 FT OF LOT 22 "fer
ORB 118/374-75 FR ST. JOE
FOREST PRODUCTS & N/2 LOT 24
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05024-000R '
648. R-0979900 $,,.1f692
MARLOWE MELISSA ,
CITY OF PORT, ST, ,JOE. LOT,9.
E/2 OF LOT 7 ORB 209/582 .FR','
QUARLES
MAP *50A
BLK .46


05027-OOOR '. N ,'
649 R-0980200 "$52(''67
SMITH JOHN A .,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE.LOT-'19
ORB 164/929 FR SMITH
MAP #50A
BL.K 464,

05030-000R
61;0 R-09005300 ,657 .06
MARL.OUE MELISSA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE' L.OT 24 '&,.;
12... 5 FT OFF ADJ LOT 26
1ORB 214/455 FR "TANKER9I .1-Y
MAP #50A
BL.K 46'


(05033--000R
6 1.il R-0980800 $543. 03I
EARILEY B, PHILLIP
CITY OF PORT ST JOE' --
L OT 25, ORB 115/27,5.6
FR AIAFIN, LESS W' 6 FT '(O(1' R '
.1.31/906 TO GRIFFIN
(F)OR FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX ROLI....)


BLK B


$3,060.41

LOTS 11
HENDERSON

BLK 3


04649--OOOR
628 R-0930700 $861.95
BOUYER GEORGE E,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 22
& 24. ORB 135/982-83 FR EST.
OF GLADYS L. BOYER & ORB 163/
756 QC FR BARTEE: & ORB 164/30
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04669"-000R
629 R-0932700 $590,00
TULL. DARRELL & RHONDA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 16
ORB 218/771 FR COSTING
MAP *50A
BLK E)


04705-000R
630 R-0936200 n. )'
SHIIEFFIELO JACKIE EARL & 'I
CITY OF PORT ST. JiE ALL OF
r:RACTIONAL... BLOCK
ORB 191/220 QC FR SHEFFIELD &
ORB 191/248 FR SHEFFIELD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL; SEE TAk ROLL'..

04746-000R
631 R-0941100 1' ,,'.'*' A '
SEIFERT FRANK J, & DONNA M. O'1'
CITY OF PORT ST. JO.E LOTS 7," '
9 & 11 ORB 189/332 FR
CAMPBELL & SUMNER
MAP* 50A
BLK( 10' .,

04805-000R
632 R-0949100 $1 ,390 ''
ST. JOSEPH BAY CONSTRUCTION''
CITY OF PORT- ST. JOE
In ii 4 npp ,11 71LO"7__ CO ,,










THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY MAY 6 1 9


05042-000R \
652 R-098180) HX $76.16
COMBS RICHARD M & CHERYL ANN
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 1.1.
ORB 151/198 FR COMBS & ORl)
178/369 FR COMBS
MAP 50A
BLK 47
05043-00OR
653 R-0981900 fHX $2 .183.07
LAWYER HARRY IV & BARBARA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 12 &
W/2 OF LOT 14 ORB 100/386 FR
LUNDY
MAP 50A
BLK 47


05048-000OR
654 R-0982400 HX $83.81,
SMITH CHARLES W. & POLLY H.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 19
ORB 176/149.
MAP *50A
BLK 47

05049-0OOR
655 R-0982500 $666. 83
SLAWOER HARRY IV & BARBARA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 2.1
ORB 188/903 FR CHRISTIE
MAP 50A
BLK 47.

05056-050R
656 R-0984200 $747.39
KILBOURN.MARK & MELISSA K.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 2 'ORB 214/86 FR FORD
ESTATE
MAP* 50A
BLK .48

05091-000R
657 R-0988400 $2,044.26
SENIOR CARE P PROPERTIES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ALL BLK 57 BEING A 320 X 420
FT PARCEL ORB 184/362 FR KAREN
MAP* 50A

05106-0OOR
658 R-0989900 $698.119
BROOKS JAMES R JR & MARY PR
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 1.5,
17 & W/2 OF 19
ORB 156/554 iA FR :[iPUtFIN'i .
'ORB 160/862 FR DBORi]R 111
(FOR FIJRTHER LEGAL SFEE FAX ROJI..)

05150-000R
659 R-0994:'.60) HX $651:. 94
MAYS THOMASG &
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 5 &
7 ORB 177/155 FR STAFFORD
MAP *500
BLK 61:

05170-OOOR
660 R-0996200 HX $465.87
BARTKOUTIAK. DANIEL & LINDA LOU
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 9
ORB 205/190 FR HOWARD
MAP $50D0
BLK 63

051B5-OOOR
661 R-0997700 H> $4,02,66
THURSBAY DONNA R, & EARNESr
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE lor 9
ORB 183/609 FR RAFFIELD
'HAP *50D-


BLK.

05218-OOOR
662 R-1001200 HX $86
AOAMS LAURA H.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 25,
LESS N 20 FT.-& LOT 24
ORB 207/764 FR NIX
MAP "500


65


1 ,41


BLK 68


05219-080R
663 R-1002000 HX $270.55
ROBINSON RICHARD L &,.MARSHIA E,
CITY OF PORT ST JOE LOT 5
ORB 173/158 FR DAVIDSON
MAP *500
DOLK 69

05236-050R
664 R-1004300 $1,104,15
EARLY B. PHILLIP &:DEBI1RAll M
9: CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 4, 5, 6,- 7
ORB 194/669 AD FR CHASON LESS
S 10 FT LOT 7 ORB 209/19 TO
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05250-00oooR
665 R-1005700 $867.06
MARLOWE MELISSA
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
1 LOT 13 ORB 215/o17 FR NIX
& JOHNSON
MAP# 500
*3LK 76


05269--000R
666 R-1007700 HX
SIPRELL STANLEY L 1&
ST. JOSEPH ADOITIONlI
1 LOT 8 ORB 150/4201
BURNETTE
MAP@ 500"


'$71,76
TRINA R'
UNIT NO.
FR


Bi(K 77


05286-OOOR
667 R-10094r', MY1 .$400.07
CUMBTE JAMES W. .IR & SALLY AN
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
1 LOTS 1 & 2 OPB 136/452 FR
HAMBY.
MAP 50A
'BLK .78,


05292-000R-
668 R-1010000 $668.96
S:IMMONS JAMES ANDREW
*ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1liOTS 12, 13 & S/2 OF LOT 11
ORB 209/659 FR SIMMONS & ORB
218/219 QC FR SIMMONS
S(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


05293-000R
66.9 R-1010100 HX
8OO0 NELSON GREGORY
S ST. 'JOSEPH ADDITION
'I LOT 14 .ORB 176/89
& ORB 218/917 QC FR
MAP 0500D .


05391--000R
674 R-1019900 HX $78
HOSE KIMBERI..EY H,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
1 LOT 19 & N/2 ,OF LOT 18
ORB 184/543 FR SWATTS JR.
MAP *500


05694-000R
0. 1.3 696 R-1072100 $6
DUKES LENA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIB.
LOT 22 ORB 183/788 FR BEWEY
HEIRS
MAP *50B


BLK 85


05913-000)R
44. 46 71. R-:1.096900 HX $195 95
1 DAWSON DARI:3.)N A, & GWUENI.NOLYN
MIL:.VIEW AODN UNIT 1 PB 1 PG *
3.3 ..OT 16 C1R3 115/105 FR

MAP 4901. .


Bl.K I 1001.


05392-000R 05701"-OOOR,
675 R-1020000 HX $152.,24 697 R-10.073000 HA $
NELSON EULON WAYNE ET UX PITTMAN AMOS SR,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO, CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
1 LOTS 20 & 21 LOTS 30 & 32 ORB 98/907 FR
MAP *50D PETERS
I BLK 85 MAP *500.


05453-OOOR
676 R-1027800 $182,40
DYKES 0,* C.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
2 LOT 23 ORB 98/535 AGREEMENT
FR MORRIS
MAP# 50D
BLK 89

05461-0122R
677 R-1028700 HX $993.50
MELI-WISCHMAN PATRICIA.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 7
ORB 204/530 FR O OEBERT
MAP# 500 & ,6BC
BLK 90'

05462-000R
678 R-1030000 FX $420.07
BRAGDON GLORIA J.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 20 ORB .1.96/921 FR BRAGDON
B1LK 90
MAP* 50Jl & 68C

05463--OOOR
679 R-1030100 FIX $871.57
STUMP DAVID E, & PENNY R.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
2 LOT 21 ORB 182/655 FR
DOSTER '
MAP *500 BC
S. BL.K 90


05519-00OOOR
680 R-1036100
SHEPHERD RICKY JOE
ST, JOSEPH ADDITION (
2 LOTS 8-& 9
ORB 213/706 FR MORRbW
MAP* 500D' :

05505 -oo (C
681 R-. 043200 -IX
RAY JOHN E. & MAROARI
ST. JOSEPH OIl',Ii I rirn' I
7 LOlTI 1 Irn 113/49 Fl
MAP n .'*11 '


05591 t ')0 -:
682 R-104.4200 HX
WOOD RONNIE K. .TAME
ST', .JOSEPH ADDITION L
9 LOT 12 ORB 3 l, 1 ',
MAP-2 0 Q



61 I P I,. 155i00 -HX
WHITE SUSAN E I
ST. JOSEPH f il i I 1111 'U
7 LOT "' I p-i ',,/366 FR
JCOE; 'I ,'. I I lL' .CO M
BLK 11.1


05600--OOO
684 R-1046000 HX
BUTTS CHRISTOIPHER J ,
ST,. JOSEPH ADDITION ..
7 LOT. LESS 50 X 65
TO GARRETT
MAP -t500D


05607-00O8R
685 R-1047500 HX
ilri.' ii 'HARLESM 9 B, &
'nI li' i- 'l ADI /TIB:' I' 0N':!
9 L( i i 011s '1.3 /17:[ ,
mflil I ~ i ',.


05'923-000R
.73 9 R-1.097900 HX
70673 'CNICKSON CDONALI0 M, & J.
MIL.I..V.IEW AI]SN UNIT NO
PGS 46 & 4'7 LOTS 1.6 &
96/534 F'R PETERS
MAP I* 490


BL..K :1001.


05706-000R
698 R-'1073600 HX $97
PETERSON ICARLA ..J
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOT 6 ORB 169/545 FR DANIELS
MAP* 5 pA
[ILK :1.002.

05715-O000R
699 R-1074600 $79
DAWSON JESSE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOT 17
MAP *50A,
BLK 100

C. it., '1 111;
700 R-1.074700 $831
DAVIS ROSA L.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LO..T 18 ORB 1.20/523 FR L..ANGTONC
/JAQKSqN (L...IFE '.l.i MAP:I 50A.
I .BLK 1.002


' .'.' (,i.iR
70:1 R-1075600
ROUSE KEVIN R.
CITY OF PORT ST. J(
L.OTS 29 & 31
ORB 211/427 FR WSB
MAP *#50A


.$i(3' :1.2

ME, ORIG.



BLK 1002


$1,029.65 OS776-OOOR
.. 702 R-1081400 $! 1.0, ".8
INIT- NO U.qRWNDER3,WOD WILLIE R I
S ; cityT' OF- PORT S1T, J' E':: I1 1ll.
W ..LOS 14, 16 8, 1W/2 L...OT 2.0
B' 131/7:11 & LESS [E/2
Bl...< 94 I ll 20 ,ORB 143/531, TO r1il l l I.
I I II l il i .LEI AIC,!. SE;E' TAX ROL.. )
$717.,64
E:T E ,. 0 57 'e. -I,.O'*
JNIT' NO', 703 ,' i'rll',..i : HIX $ .'3:15.,99
R FOX MILLER LAND A
'' J CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 22
SLk 1.(' & 9E/2 LOT 20' ORB 143/531 FR
UNDERWOOD & ORB 146/91.8 FR
UNDERWOOD
$429,74 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TAX ROLL)
ELA L ..
.INI NO ..HY-00

704 R-1083400 $7974
i I : 3o3- SrEPP CHARLES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
SOT .
$349 ,:77 i r "i -,(,,, .
349 7 I BLK 10'06-'

.I NIT, 05791-00OR
3.' T. 705 R' --10836<00 $79,74
lAP .*50.0[] MORNING BEN
B ,K i.., i CITY OF' PORT ST. JOE ORIG,.
LOT B
MAP 050A
$1 532,.21 EBLK 1006
S 05795-OOOR
JNIT .00,
FTr LOT 706 "'R-1084000 $199.94
T\ GAOSON QUINN. CORA LEE EST.
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE ORIG,
,BLK .11: N/2 OF LOT 12.
BLK Il. MAP 50A
(BLK 1006
$852.00 5 .
PEGG.Y 'T. 0580 0 00 ,,OR
N T ,NO,, 707 p !I ... I i' '' -2
FR %AR RPF'RR 0 IIN- i.llA 1 lI.'10 IIJ 1H11 I "''T V.l H
... CITY.OF F PIRI .1JUE ORIG

BIK 112 MLOT 16
AP 0S"OA


o(:,6. i ), ) I ,
e,1n. I0- '50800 1-IX $1,.490.,06'\
SEA"' I Y D",iI'IIY P 'IFETORAI M : .
FST. j1r5SFrPH Alalil 1 10 IIIT NO.
S-11 3 1 W E 1 I IIF I.OT1 4
OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 96 PAGE
183 I P1OMI ', JOSEPH LAND &
j (FOR i-ri'R LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

056:3' .),"oR
.687 r'-I", ,I 1 .,., *Ill. I rt,(. .08

I'U I I' PII-.' (i IIII I li I 1111 1 t 111
9 1 UIJ I I 1 i l I III N(G .
U3L I I llU ', l i l ,'ll ] l II',i '
128, 14 ') -." '- I I PIl'.i ill 1 r '
(FOI' II fi n P I F-.L .,-a F iTAX ROLL)

O.J64 .-- 9 i' .
/t.llI I *,*'. -. H-IX $1 ,680 95
3i'-WTnt ..I FC,_ r I & SUSAN H.,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
9 LOT 20 ORB 189/;57'3 FR SMITH
MAP *500
BLK 118

05650-000R
689 R-1-.053200 HX $1.',035'37
GAINNIE RUBY L
ST., JOSrEPII l11ii 11 ilil UNIT NO.
I I11 i nPI n I I 4J ,'."'?',-93 FR '
lit il 111i.1 / ,. ORB 206/1. (C FR
[' A m tr u lr "
( PIR F I i311 C1i-R LEGAL. SEE TAX ROL..L)


I'.'5 i'- i' 0,,5 00)' "IX $I'.183 13 2
BOWEI ,.,P1 H &1 ':IlH RI LI- J .
ST. .liI'-;r I'll ADDITION UNIT NO. ,
9 LOT 4 ORB 177/132. FR
1A 3B0 EE
MAP *50D 0


IN K,

015674-000 $63,86 691 R-:1056000 IX,; '
RHODI-ES MARY' I.RUTH:
UNITi NO,- ST, JOSE:PH ADI TION UN:I:,' N
FR WOOD T .. CLOT 6 ORB 2.1.1/441. FR
W09r ;. WAI.DINO
BLK7 MAP '50) .
BLK LK


05313-OOOR
670 R-1012100 HX $239.30
RICHARDSON WALTER ALAN &
ST. JOSEPH'ADDITION UNIT NO,
I LOTS 10' &. 11
ORB 189/320 FR RICHARDSON
MAP #50D
BLK 79

05364-000R
671 R-1017200 HX $666.83
TARANTINO BENNY JOE & MONICA A
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
.1 LOT 10 ORB 184/523 FR JONES
MAP #50A.
BLK 04


05376-000R
672 R-1018400 HX $434.26i
;POWELL JAMES P, & TAMMY T,
'ST, JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
1 LOT 1 ORB 118/1045 FR GAY
MAP *500
BLK 85

05385-OOOR
673 R-1019300 $1,639.32
MURNAN JOHN P, & WENDY R,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
S LOT 10 & W/2 OF LOT 11
ORB 205/923 FR JONES & ORB
212/451. FR MURNAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


:1.22


0861.,4:1.

C), *


05681-46SR
692 R-1:069800 HX $9l4, :1.6
POPE TIMOTHY 01 & SANDRA J
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION U LNIT NO.
12 LOT 19 ORB 177/374 FR SJI'P
CO.
MAP 500
BLK 1.30'

05690-OOOR
693 R-1071600 $1. ,24
GANT ERNEST ET AL
CITY OF PORT ST. .JOE: ORIG(3,
LOTS 1.7 & LESS ORB 202/282 (;PC;
TO GANT
MAP *500
iBLK :1.00:1.


05690--0501R
694' R-1.071.700 $
GANT EARNEST & GLORIA L,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
.LOT 1.9 ORB 202/282 QC1 FR
GANT ET AL.
MAP 50B


BLK 1001

05692-OOOR
695 R-1071900 $273.19
CHILDS RUTH.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE OR.G,
LOT 20 ORB 96/476-478 IC'.FR,
DAWSONS & CORBETT ORB 96/893
FR MCDONAI.D ET AL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


BL3K 1006


.>457.29


0513114-000 P
708 ,R-1084900
JONES LESA A. & RAY 0.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE C
LOT 20 'ORB 124/552 FR
EBT.
MAP#, 50A


) ;, r 13 Ie .1?

I i- i I I AI l TON &i. M l ii
L I r ii r IF P Ifi l ST, JUEI
I III l A :23. 1OR13 I '*
lIl' I I'-. ll.I'l I
M i' lt ',', .
IBLK


71" R-l 0 1 ,
JU,_Illrt'rl I l-l R r ,, i T Al[
CITY OF PORT, ST, JOF
1T- 27. ORB 154/226 F
MAP: 50A


).1]1' [-001. ,
711 R.-10 6900 '
UIln t IIJllJI Ull LIE R,
Mil i. ir)u .llint l UNIT 1I
IN LUII 13 [..W SS! W ,2 1
.' I i l A IIIII'in :
Ih'il' ril'l11 3



OS827-O000R '
7:1.2' 7600
i l. i II' I ti l llf N
MILLVIEW ADDN' UNIT 1lr
33 LOT '18 LESS W 3'1 F
ORB ..1.72/'339 FR SMITH
MAP *4?D


V".1I 3',' i)0i'3ll
/JJ R 1. 8f3E),00 ,
JONE:3S DORIA-C,
MILLVIEUW ADpN UNIT 1
33 LOT 1.3 & T 1.5
MAP *49D


'05862-.000R
71 4' R-1091 100


c:ORBETIT NACMI & DIJORTHIE
MII....VIEW "ADDN UNIT 1. 3
33 WESTERLY 25 FT OF I.
CIRB 1381/51.9 (LIFE ESTA'I
MAP $49D


05,889--0(,0I ,
71'.5 R-1094200 $ 73,
JUI...IUS EDDIE & DIANA
MI.LVIEW ADiN UNIT 2. PB 1. PGS
46 & 47 LOT 28 ORB 155/463
FIR PACE
MAP* 49D
BLK I :1.010


05895-0OOOR
3 71.6 R--1.094800 $13
S:(MS DANIEL.
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB1 PG
:33 3LOT 2 ORB 175/207 F'R
.MOSLEY
MAP* 49C(


05907-000R
717 R-1096200 $0814.94
PITTMAN AMOS
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB 1 PG
323 Li.T 8 & 10 UNREC. Q:;C IR
HURLBURT & ORB 114/569 FR
HURLBURT .
(TrOR FURTHIlER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


05925--000R
S 720 R-1 098200 IHX
42 BRYANT WILL....E & MARY
Mi:LL...V:I:EW ACICN UN.IT NI )
PU3S 46 & 47 I..OTS 2 ,
26 OR )11 130/1:136-'37 '1
MAP *490D


059931-0001R
74 721, R-1098800 HA
BOONE CECIL. R. & CONN:
MILL.VIEW ADON UNIT NO
PGS 46 & 47 LOTS 0 & I
ORB 135/460-61 FR EST
2 ARMANDA BOON.NEI:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEi

,24 0<5940-.000
722 R-1099700
LAMAR VELMA BORDERS E')
MIL.LVI:EW AI:)DN lUNI,T N O
PCS' 46 & 47 L.OT. 23 1O
FR BO RDMS ESTATE.,
MAP 049 D


05969-000R
7213 R.-.:l :02600 .
SIMS DAN EST, C/O MARY
MILL.VIEW ADDITION ,UN.N
PB 1 POS 46,,& 47 W/2 O1
MAP *50A


EILK 1012


06051,-0l.6RR 06267-01. 0R
:7,40 i .''.. X'' 120 74 76 I.' .' I ,'. 7 61
BEST DE0BORAH ANN ROGlERSi I,Ii A' c. JR "'*'". I.NI[ la' C
MII...LV'IEW ADDITION UNIT NO, 3 SANDCI:...:l:PF T()OWNH(O:USES UNIT NO.
LO.1T 1:.6 & ,S PB1 2 P 53 OI 1 6 ORB 13 10/984-86 FR
150/314 QC F'R SHACKLEFORD PEACOCETK ET Al
MAP* 50A MAP@ :19B3
[.BLK 1024


$783413 06083-OOOR
ACIAUELINE 741 R- 1. :19900
2 PB 1 SAY SUSAN
18 (RB[I MA[:X SUBDIVISION TO DAK
GROVE PB 1 P(3 27 .LOT'S 5 &
ORB 146/237 ;ic FR GAY
BL K 1.014 MAPE SlA


$1, 165.293

2 PBF) 06174-0001R .
2, 24 742 R-.1.120700
PETER' TUILIRSBAY WILLIAM P. 6 i.L II.
OAK GROVE SUBD PB 1 PG 12
BL. 1014 LOTS 2, 4 & 30 FT PORTIONIN
ALLEY LESS 02.AC PORTION
,W. END OF LOT 4t ORB 191 P&
$3159. 22 (FOR P.FUIRTHER LEAI.AL.. SFr It,>
CE. PHILON
2 PBT 1., 06216.-0001R
10) 743 R I I 1.1'.-J ''
OF SIMM Its'; MA'In i t !, ll
OAK I.PIlI.'r :3ir 111) uf I IT 2' PB 1
E TAX ROLL) L 39 LOT 6 ORB, 201. 29.' FR
,1, ', T I. R3S'T'ON'
MAP 551.A
I ', i '- 9 ,'. E
T AL
2 P .1I, 06236-01.0R .
RI 1 744 R I 1 I ..'
S Pi 'l 1 I 'l I I I I l I illie'O f lll
: I I 1 I' I I '- .I 1 1 1 1
BL. '.1015 40.07, [T iON. C:;-0 I l .," ." ,,
FR MILLER'
MAP* 52A

SSIMS 06236-106R
NO. 2 745 P- I I O 0$2,
IF LOT.0 ', 2 GULF" I ItA I IC lcin at 'IIr'r P I
25 *i Rn I I
BL..K 1017 LOTS AP-1, AP-2, AP-3
O, RB 205/2 FR GULF AVI'T 111t
MAP* 52A


724 R- 1103600 l .3.03
SM: T'.I W :i I.I E II'F''::S SR, .
MILL.VIE: ADDITIOtN lItIlI I NO. '2
PB1 1 P3GS 46 & 47 '-I t'.,
ORB 1.74/707 CGERT,2 i .I IF '1I TI r R'
I I I' 1/ 'I. I' I '. '
(FOR FURTHER L LEGAL. SE2: I. r, l '


06007-0001
725 R-:1.106300 :-IX
LIKELY RAY 0. & MINNIE
MILLVIEW AInnlI I f IJrN I U
LOr 14 .& /2. OF LOT 16
PGS 46 & 47
MAP# 50AO


,.$370 ,09

NO. 2
PB 1 :


BLK 1018


06014-OOOR
726' R-1107000 HX '' I".
MC GEE DELORES M
MILLVIEW Aii11ll llil UNIT NO,. 2
LOT '24 PB 1. PGS' 4'6 & *'1 ...
ORB 154/37 FR H I;irT .
MAPE@ 50A
BLK3< 3l l-


06015-OOOR
727 R-'1071.00 J-IX r,
BELL TISI-ilA L.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT, 0O. 2.
LOTS 25 & 27 PB 1 PGS 46 & 47
MAP 50A
BLK 101l

06027-006R
728 R-1108600 IX $436.
PRICE SHARON R.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 7 PB 2 PG S53 .
ORB 1919886 FR .IF ftll' :3 '
MAP# 50A .
L8K. 10 '20
06027-008R
729' R-1108800 I-IX "'t.'3
P LTEti' '.'ON' OROTHY )'" .3'
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT. 9 PB 2 PG 53 ORB .1.30/745-.
46 FR ST. JOE FOREST PRO).
MAP* 50A.


LII )RIal. 730 R-1108900 $9(
R JONES JULIUS EDDIE .JR '
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 1.0 PB 2 PG 53
BL.K 1006 ORB 163/2031 FR JULIUS III
MAP 50A'


' 'M1l1 ,24
I I I
," 'I I l

i 0.' ,'I/ ':


i.59


, l.'. I I I 1. .74
i 1 ,484,74
DAVI:S. IM Ill h| JR A i ilHF-I LTA' ( '
S 2,5, I I' 1 I lI 31 M/L
257.57 FT ON JONES HOMESTEAD" 0 !
R:) OR I :.164/324 FR i fr.1i N
13EV, COPC'.
MA'P' 52A

06236-i -l
747 P I I ,', i ; 1,1 ,8 .03
ifl'.' s Ijl-_ r[l.:E: ,R' '. L,1 MFEI. In '
S 25 T 8 R 11 CAPE PLAIA11UIN
(UNRECORDED) LOT 1 (REVISED) ,
ORB 178/707 'FR COSTIN DEV.
CORP.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06236-001R
748 R-1141700' '. $.433.52
EAGLE CONSTRUCTORS, INC.,
S 25 T 8 .R 1:1. ,27.AC M/L
VILLA UtHil A--:
ORB 203/849 FR I..,' irT'." C'ITY
TRUST CO .
Pri '0 .


'A' 06246'-000R .
749 R'-1143100'L .-. ** 94
BURKEIRT KENNETH & PATRICIA
S 36 T 8 R 11 2.25 'AC M/L
. PARI.E UN C-30 (BEING INDIAN
S PASS MARINES)
ORB 155/293-2,94,FR COMBS
MAP* 520.
92
06247-0OOR
.750 R-1143300 HX $117.48
MOORE MARK PtIA.i LL ..
S 25 T 8 R II 1 4* FT BAY-
FRONT 6 SR, '3I IRR 142/796-97
I*':** I 1 'i


06248-001 i R
S 751 R-I, R $1,668.45
PEOPLE'S Fiil I FINANCIAL S & L
836 TO R1.1 52.98 AC M/1 THAT .
PORTION OF SEC 36 LESS S'LY
3092.22 FT IN ORB 1.00/678 FR
TAPPER LESS S3OLD &.LESS IN*
([IR FURTHER LEGAL SEE.TAX ROLL)


. 28


: ; .1 B :1 ..1020
06027-012R'
731 R-1:1.09200 -IX I i ', II.
TIL:..L IR i N f i I ( l/ 1 I111.1I
ill1 I .' I U A IIll l I I i1 It11N 1 I 1 53i
I 1II I I TI "* P 'i, I.I3 11 1 .' .' "-,I.' ,
,'.1 I 3P ,:).CE:; FOREST i'iP1l III
3 ,1' n --.(Or, I "'
Ill I" I


'N. .41. '* .i 16 .
l p 1109600 HX $.1,76. 5n
ORIG, i'i VERONICA M.,
'R JOHNSON MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3"
PB 2 PG 53 LOT 17 -
BLK 1006 ORB 205/900 QC FR HUIN'TER &
OR 213/484 QC R HUNTER ..
F P ( IFOR r PiiP R I FIt.i. '.-F TAX 'nil I
W:1' 4,34
066?27-021R .
I'.l I. ['PG 7133 'R-1.109900 1-IX $172, 88
i,1 I"-'"/ HIENDERSON MARY A
M:I:. .. I.''I II ADDITION UNIT NOI. 3
S.:111 0 LOT .' I 2 PIG 5J ''
S11. 1007 ORB 15 /99-j..999 r I I-, JIE"::.
FORES'1 llill I r'& ORB 161/370 -
<(FOR 111iIIIlL P I E:AL SEE iTAX ROLL).
$134.53 5..
'P 8 06028'P-O"21-R ]2
IB PG ,1.1 'R.- .1.10200 HX $2.12..95
T IJIY,'AIT WAYMON & MARILYN FEDID
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO..3
SPB 2 PG 53 LOT 3 ORB 130/306
'BLK 1007 FR BRYANT & FEDD & LESS LOT '5
TO BRYANT & HARRIS -
<(FOR FUTRHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
A '43 -
0602-0-1.1R
PB 1 PG 735 R-.:.10900 ,HX ,. $240 1.:18
THOMAS MARY I. L
MILL..VIEW fODDITION UNIT NO, .
BL.< 1000 L..OT 12 & N/2 OF LO...T 14 .ORI
92/247 FR ST. JOE LD & DEV. CO
PB 2 P3 53 & ORB 127/1070 3C1.',
47 .4Z7 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)


ER .
PB 1 P:'3G 0(6028--0141R
.OT 1.4 736 R-1111000 HX $11.2. 00
TE:) FARMER WILLIE' KEVIN 6 SONYA E F
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. *'
BLK 1009 .LOT 15 & S/2 OF LOT 13 OR1B
167/731 FR FARMER
MAP* 50A


'19


BLK 1021
06029-013R
737 R-1112500 HX $165.99
FARMER HAROLD F, & BRENDA B, '
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 16 PB 2 PG 5O ORB 112/280
-1 FR ST. JOE FOREST PRODUCTS
CO, FURTHER LEGALESE TAROLL)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE: TAX' ROLL)


26.25 06050-00OR
738 R-l..1.5100 HX
PRICE DAVID FLOYD'
MILLVIE:W ADDITION UNIT
S 22.5 FT OF LOT 1'8 &
FT OF LOT 20 PB 2 PG 5
):1.1 MAP# 50A


$2.


3. 86


06255-0OOR
752 .R-1150200 HX $1,979.02
BURKERT KENNETH &, PATPTCTA A
S 36' T R .11:122.5 Fi l r H"
FRONT 867 FT AV DEPTH iRB ::
172/879 FR SMITH
OAF I .

,'.:". PI' i t')t 2 1*
, ,#r t r -- I I 1*, I 4 ?(
i I iii lx i S, 25 T l R 11 .,15 AI
406,17 FT "ON :-30; 62.19 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 197/646 FR PICKETT
MAP. 52

06259-100R
754 P I- l "..'n ',, $1.0:3:1,'04
MOORE MARK R, & CHARLOTTE,, .
S 25 T 8 R 11. 101.1 FT LOT ON
SR 30El 120.36 FT AV DEPTH
ORB 183/868 FR PICKETT. .-:,
MA 52A ,

'fl ,).'6: .' 1t .. : : ,
7-., R- 1313700 $144.40
BURKERT KENNETH & PATRICIA A .
S 1 T 9 R 11
. ,'1 X 217.81 FT I..OTi FiR rl;
* (I 1i ORB 212/748F'R JOHNSON
MAP* 53 '
'BLK IX

062653-269R,
756 R-l 154000 $144.40
DEZAN DOUGLAS F' SR. & R ,I A lqAI rl" ,.
S 1. T 9 3R 1. ':
75.54 X 2.17.01: FT lOT; BEING
IT. 13 OIRB 177/67 FR.'YAiES
MAPE 53
i 1: X X


S I I ')0 '53 O60
WILSO. N DWAYNE E & EDITH Ni :
I IA TPE R SOIUNID
II I '', ORB 1 59/308-309 FR '
I l.1 UNION NATIONAL. i1,111
MAPIl ,19B ,, ... r

06266-.10QR 3 .2
75 il.1 R-1156300 238
HUI..L ING DAVID )& IATHY 'll20
FEA'I.HER SO1UNDI
TI..3 2 30 IOR1 193/203 FR "I il

: MAP4. 198


06266.-1.05R 3


RULING DAVID '& ,KATHY
EA'I HElR SOUND .
IOTI. 21. ORI 19?3/205 FR 1HILL .
MAPCF 1.9B 0

'06266 -1.40R
760 R-1.:1.56000 H-IX .. 1.,4
MOIR[IAN KA IY "IY:' ,.
I.EATIHER iOUND
LO.T '3' ORB n14/1 Fi't HI .Ll1
MAPt 1.913


' NO. 3 06267-008R
N 57,5 761.' R-:157300 $693.81
53 C & 1. BANK (OF' IBLOUNTST!FIWU.
SANDCL. IF'F TOC)NHOUSES UNIT NO.
BLK 1023 4 -)1ORB 205/1577 FR [WISE
MiA I'n I S'9[


06051--011. IR
739 R- 111.6100 HX $250.37
L-F1.S.WI'S F'REDDIE R & CANDY L
MIL.LVIE W ADDITION UNIT NO,. 3
LOT 1:1. PB 2:'P.( 53 (3ORB 149/23
FR PITTMAN & ORB 165/721 QC FR.
I...EWIS ,
(FO(:TR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROL.L).


06267--.009R
762 R-... :.1.7400
W:I:,SE .JI II..::E D:1. &
SAN1CL.. IF F 'TOUNH(.IUSFS UNI:[
5 ORB 1.8)0/049 R SI MAPt 1901


06267-0.111R 1
764 R-1..157600 <6)36, 1..1
4 C; & L BANK AN CI.. TOWNHOUSES UN I T NO.
7 ORB 205/579 FR WISE.
MAP:l 19[

06267'-01.2R
765 R -1 :57700 $657.61
RE3:I:STER B3ETTY ;
SANDCLI..FF TOWNHOUSES UNIT NO,
S8 ORB 207/800 FR
REGISTER EST,
MA PI :1.9B 3

06267-576R
766 R-1r161900 $f3.62..57
MC MAHON KEVIN & KIMBERLY ...
PARADISE GULF-PARADI.SE BAY
BUB0, PO 3 PG 37
...OT 13 83.33 X 190 FT GULF
FRONT <.36 AC) ORB 181/239 FR
(
06267"616R -: ..
767 R-.-163600 -.$.,3, ', 1".53
WALLERSTE:ET M ICIAFI & !-;01ANNN,
PARADISE GULF-PARADISE BAY,
SUB(, PB 3 PG 37
l...OT 33 OREB 10/77 FPR R9SIl-l
MAP[,I' 1.. C 3' .

(i ,'. ,. n .,
;1n I ,-,*, i.. i .32 .. 51,
MURIEL *l'111?
3S 6 & 7 T 9 R 11 2,3 AC M/L
149,35 GUliLF FRONT) 838.35 FT,
DEPTH; 114,4 FT FRONT OF C-30E
ORB 218/801 .FR BROWN. & ORB 218
S (FOR.FURTHER I F.I, SFF 'TAX ROLL)

062680068R, .
769 ,'R- 1167209 $2,416,87
HAMILTON JESS & SANDRA 1-I RRISO
S 7 T 9 R .1.1
102 FT GU..F. FRONTM 1038,5 F'T
AV DEPTH ORB 130/680 FR.
SLC.:LI'NS : v ,


06268-1.25,.*
770 R-.16990.0Q. I ,I; i0,
RILL RAN3DOLPH L. & 'i .ll Hr H Ii,
S 18 T 9 R 11 42,5 X 154 FT
PARCEL BEING PARCEn 2-7
(NORTHERLY TRACT) IORB ?6/1056
& ORB 215/5 1.:'' ArI C-; EI;EMI NI
(FOR FURTHER; IS.Ff',I !';FF IF X P I I 1

06268-207R
771 R-,1172200, $241.2,
SMITH THOMAS B.
S 20 T 9 R 11
50 FT GULF FRONT; 567.5; FI
AV 'DEPTH; '64.19 ",F I OIl C- 30
LESS 200/968 101 PINSON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAl.. SEE TAX) ROLL)

062633 "8300 R
R--1t 72a600 $5,*'. li,354. ?9,
'i it i IIIi '1 P 1 l i hI l' I 1 1 I f ,'1
S 2 0 i I I I I 1.111 "
FRONT. '711 :. I r A'.' pErTIT
PAR' TRACTS "-' II n
1.10/532 FR FLA. TITLE & MORTGI
MAP *19 '

06268-556R
773 R-11,75300 t .-1 '
GARDNER JAMES E. & ANN L
S 6 T 9 R 11 .9 9620 AC -H/L.
50 FT BAY PIIrTl, 838,.11 FT
DEPTH BEIEIII; l r.,'Tr f,
ORB 155/574-57'" r. IP Cr1. F &
(FOR FURTHER LElAIl. f17 TnX ROLL)

2 .' MX ""
1; .1 1 1 iI 4X ,- 1 ".' $-.$ .', 1 '.,li;. ,
MIRANDA EDWARD R' .
S 7 T 9 'R 11. .
100 FT .BAY FRONTr
ORE) 205/728-. FR MIRANDA
MAP' 18C 3:33
06268-800R
775 R-1178300 464.,15
DEAL TROY M JR & SARAH, L
S 19 & 20 T 9 P 11 55 AFC t/L
12,93 AC ABOVE MARPSH l LIE.
BEING TRACT 48 (PARCEL TOB)"
ORIB 144/ir' 'il F.R DEAL
MAFI' 1910

P i '8.40 t 1 '.'. .26
1.EAL. TROY M JRN & '4o l
S 1 & 20 T 9 R ii 4 /l IL'
M/L BEING 856.96 I I B1 r flUl I
(PARCEL TWO) ORB 144/182-84
FR DEAL
MAPt .'190 l .. .

.' P I78500 275,31
DEAL TROY M' JR & SARAH L
S 20 .T 9 R 11 18 AC M/L 7.5"
AC M/L ABOVE MARSH LINE BEING
TRACT 49 (THIRD PARCEL) ORB.
144/182-84 FR DEAL'
MAPl@ 190

06269007R ,,
778 .R-1178900' $>2,170'. 06
MONOD OLIVIE'R :
SAN' ,BLAS ESTATES'
A 100 X 1.50 FT PORTION OF LOT
7 ORB 174/290 FR YTFL.iIlli
MAP* :I19B8

06269-024R
779 'R-110300oo $1,757.35
BEACH BUILDERS OF NW FLA INC:


ORB 218/628 FR DURRANCE
.MAP ..19B
06269'-025R
780 R-i1.B0400' $1,757,35
BEACH BUILDER ON. NW FLA7
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGO
20,21 & 22 LOT 25 1.81H AC
CIRB 2i18/627 FR JONES
MAP *:.19B

06269-027R .
781 Rr-1189600 $086, 19
PHIJNG LONG NGOC & BA THI BUI
SAN BLAS ESTATES, PB 3 PGS
20-22 ,66 AC
49,95 FT GULF FRONT, 579 FT
IIDEPTH ORB 211/745 FR LOGAN
MAP* 19B

06269-038R
702 R-1151700 $1,147,99
NC MULLEN JEFFREY EUGENE &
SAN BLAS ESTATES LOT 38
1.43 AC 100 FT GULF FRONT
ORB 195/787 FR MC MULLEN
TRUSTEE .
MAPt 19B 0

06269-045R ,
73 R--1182400 $1.1134.72
STEPP JEANETTE E
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS 20,
2.L & 22 LOT 45 1.23 AC 100


FT GUL.FFRONT ORB 218/208 FR
PARKIER
MAP* 1901


06269.-048R
784 R-.1182700 $973.46
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
$656.11 SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS 20,
21 & 22 LOT 48 1.14 AC 'MO FT
NO. GULF FRONT ORB 2055533 FR
NOSTER
MAPl* 19D0


PAGE 7C


~~


^____ __ I


I f











PAGE 8C THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 13, 20, 1999


06269-308R
785 R-1186000 HX $707,93
HUDSON LOWELL E, & BARBARA E,
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2F"1
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
ESTATES SUBD, ORB 182/164 FR
'MOSEBY
MAP# 19B

06269-314R
786 R-116600 $1,214,08
PARKER ROBERT 0 & SYLVIA A
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2J--1
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAST
ESTATES SUBD, ORB 131/721-22
FR GREAT WESTERN BANK & ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06269-316R
787 R-1186800 HX $795.19
WENTZ GEORGE & DORIS L.
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2L-1
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
,ESTATES SUBD. ORB 185/208 FR
MADSEN
MAP@ 19B

06269-32Q0R
788 R-1187200 $30.95
STROTHER FORREST-.B,
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2P-1
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
ESTATES SUBD. ORB
107/999/1002 FR CAPE SANDS,"
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
06269-321R
789' R-1187300 $29.45
SAMPLES RICHARD E. & ALYN
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2P-2
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
ESTATES SUBD, ORB 104/769
iAPt 19B

06269-568R
790 R-1189300 $1,0519 .9
ANDREAS MICHAEL & GAY
S 18 T 9 R 11 ROBIN BAY.; A
CONDOMINIUM. UNIT'1.0-D '
ORB 183/201 FR CRAFT ET AL
MAP* 19B

06274-9Q7R
791 R-1192700 $144.40
HALL DENNIS C. & SANDRA K. ;
S .14 T9 R I'
LOT 7 "TREASURE BAY UNREC.
ORB 138/125-i26 FR TREASURE
3HURES, LII .
MAPt 54

06 '74-oI1P
792 R-I193400 H1X $633;.16
BLACKMUN CHARLOIIE P" IPS
5 14, T 9 R 1 1 '
103.4 FT ON SR 30;.217,81 FT
DEPTH; ALSO KNOWN AS LOT 14,
TREAFLIRE RAY UNREC, ORB 144/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06274-022R
793 R-1194100 $275.31
LANGSTON DAVID B.
S 14 T 9 R 11
LOTS 7 A& 8 ORB 178/567 FR
TREASURE SHORES LTD.
MAP@ 54
BLK 11


06274-036R
794 R-1195300
OROSS STEPHEN J, &
S 14 T 9 R 11 .
BEING PARCEL 18A
ORB 199/450 FR JOHNSON
MAP@ 54


06277-055R
307 R-1208400
BUP'ORD DONNA
S 12 T 9 R 11
LOT 11 ORB 182/969 FR
TREASURE SHORES LTD.
MAPt 53


06277-060R
808 R-1208500 HX.
HOLLY DEBRA ELLEN
S 12 T 9.,'R .11
LOT 12 ORB 162/481
SHORES LTD
MAPt 53


06277-0658R -
809 R-1208600
BRYANT JOHNNY C
S 12 T 98 R'11
LOT 13 ORB 151/714 F
SHORES LTD
MAP* 53 ; ,


06345--357R
$155.92 830 R-1257100 $116.72
MATTI]NGLY DONALD A.
CLASSIC COT'TAGES'OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4
PAMAP'RCE "A5"
PARCEL "A",


BLK VII


FR T


BLK VI


06345-351R
031: .R-1257200
$402.69 MATTINGLY DONALD A,
'" CLASSIC COTTAGES OF
DUNES L LOT 5
REASURE MAP.:,.5A


[I I 06345-367R
832 R-1258100
MATTINGLY DOCNAI D. A.
$15t, 92 CLASSIC COTTAGES 'OF'
D1',* IUNES LOT 14
ORIB,203/754 FR DAVI
MAP@*. 5A ". '. .


'R TREASURE


t L L V II


06277-070R
810 R-1208700' $16,9,08
MC CALL DANIEL R. & MARY SUE
S 12 T 9 Rll
LOT.14., ORB 205/869 FR NIXON
MAP 53
BLK\ VI

06281~9000R., .
8.11. R--120' o0 $4,380.46
DEAL FR1IY M .IR SARAH I.L
S 20 T 9 R 11 166.3 AC LOTS
1, 4. & 10 ORIG ORB 144/182-
84 FR DEAL
MAP 190. :. .
()A'$14 -.(0001
S .:' :-',. 7. '. $:1. 140. 45
rlEAl. TROY M JR & SARAH L
S 21 T 9 .R 11 32.7 AC LOT 4
ORIG ORB 144/182-84 FR DEAl.
MAP t35

0','2 9 ? 0'4'-,
8,13: :P..-2. ,..,-'. 'n ,78
BRI.T"' PARK 'T.' & PH/'L: LS [",
S ..T 9 R 1 1 '400 FT BAY
- JNT, BE [IG U 300 FT OF E
/90.27 FT OF OOVT LOT 3 LYING
N.OF EIC RBI 30' E fIRB 105/8146 FR
(POR FULPTIALR LFr.ifl. SEE TAX'ROL.I..L)


)6'.'";0 0 151
(I 14 R- '1. 2 ? '?.0
i 1-11 It D i ULNIFr-RIFII &
',lirr i[IF 1 r3[ F 'ATES 411
r nII '-07, '.' F"R BRIGGS
l'hii l T'-,n : "


2,l ? 7
ori 7


SBLK :1

0o.53to-onnP ''" t
RI R- 1 '00 ,
*-'* l-alI- l'E LrtitU -. DEV CO. JG I.
S .'* 1 '' P I I 22,7 AF .M/L_
- I'lP I ll) 01 PARCFFI I BFl1II'.
22.7 AC BsinrlI:PlrFLl LAND (OB-.1
173/36:1. 'i 1 -' I '?
MAP 54C ...... .


063:17-005R 2 .
816 R-,12329?00 r.
$359.09 ,,|"| iF 'lB. ll.I- TP 1 & DEBORAH-I
.,' p I '9.R 1:1 100 F-T BAY
FRONT; 300 FT AV DEPTH ORB
101/916 FR Pilll I' l l I .


BLK IV A


06274--120R ,
795 R-1196800 $161,87
HEAN SR GEORGE & SHARON S.
TREASURE BAY :
LOT 3 ORB 136/788-89 FR
TREASURE SHORES LIMITED
MAP* 54 .
BLK A

06274-130R .
794 R-119/000 $161.87
SIMS MARTHA DANKS
TREASURE HIAY ,
Lnr 5 ORB 137/268 FR TREAURE
SHORES,LIMITED
MAPt 54
BLK A

06274-135R
S -797 1971 1 1 '1 AI 3 .07
DANKS kENtNI-ll L,
TREASURE BAY
SLOT 6 ORB 136/020-21 FR
TRFASIIRE SHORFS LIMITED-
MAP# 54
BLK A
06.174-155R
798 R- 1197,500 $161. 87
BIJRKER1 IF.NNETH PATRICIA
TREASIIRE BAY
LOT 10 ORB' 174/368 FR
KENDRICK
MAPI 54
*- '. ., BLK A '

,06274-190R..
79' R- 191020(0 HX 1 ,581,6 31.
DUGGAR LARRY R:, & LE IGH


MEASURE BAT .
LOT ,7 ,ORRB :'1/33 F'R
MAP@ 54

06.174-265R
800 R-3 19971'0
LRYO[RMANH CIJRTi
I ,EAI.LIRL BAY
LOT 13 ORB 161/8122 FR
MAPI 54

06275-OOOR
80i R-1200500
DEAL TROY' M JR & 'SARAI-
S. 17T 9 R 11 34,4. ACR
FRACTL. INC. THAT PORT
PIG ISiAND i'N SECTION
ORB 144/182-84 FR DEAL

06276 014R
B802 8 R-1201600
DEAL TROY M JR & SARAH
CAPt SAN BLAS GULLFSIDE
DE PB 3 FPGS 24', 24A, 2
TRACT 14 &, 15 REC'D OR
409-11. FR FLA TITLE &I
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06276 0191'
803 R -120190')
DANKS KENNETH
CAPE 'SAN RI.AS GULFSIDE
BAYSIDE PB J PGS 24, 2
& ,24C TRACT 19 1.92 AC
83/525 & ORB 114/514 T
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

0627.6-026R
804 R-1202600
HARRISON ROBERT A
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE
BAYSIDE PB 3 POS 24, 2
I& 24C PORTION OF LOT 2
ORB 151/954 FR YATES
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

06276-058R
805. R-1205600
RAIM'MICHAEL E. & DARL
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE
DE LOT 8 & 9 OF TRACT
FT BAY FRONT 171.17 F
DEPTH ORB 134/238-42 F
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE
062/77.'00'51
806 R-1207400
MC DONALD JAMES WHEELE
S 12 T 9 R 1.1
LOT 1 ORB 183/923 FR TO
& HOWELL
MAPt 53


06321-060R
817 R-1237700 $3,153.64
3 r13)l I1 I 3it3' "
hll.1 r P IE' S S 1113ll I' I 3 PG 25
LOT 13 ORB 208/592? FR ROBINSON

SBLK A


lilt. : $572. i
13n11H1 JS BRADLE t J' & CHAIRLOTTE
GULF PINES .FIRST ADO.ITION LOT
37 ORB 1.23/801.-802 3CD FR JOSEY
ET AL .
MAPS* 54011
BLK A'

06322-0088R
11 Iy P 1.44'' 1' IX $2,786.30
I'II I i 1 AM i I TI T PP r. i ( I"' 111'
S 24 T 9 R 11 100.02 FT GULF
FRONT, 542 FT. DEPTH M.'I. ORB
'I '1 -.1' I n-;: FR '-'f"; .Iii.II 111.
M,4,PP i 113 .

n06.3.1 '3 :37R
320 R 1.255100, 1.14.53-
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC.
CARRIER [IIINES FORMER Ni Nh(t.
37 BEING I'ARLCEL "CI'
ORB 148/680 FR HARRIER DUUFFS
MAPt. 5A

'6:34 J:ll3 .3
I1 1 R- I '2512.0 41 11. 5'
HII UiSI U; -RY- TIlE -FA [NC.
4AF,'PIER MilNES FLIRHFR UNIT NO.
38 BEING PARCEL "G"
ORB 148/68Q FR BARRIER DUNES
MAPI 5A


06:145 -:339R 8
PTrKFTIT .:!2 R-.8125.':100 : 41R6 4,1
IIr !i.SCUS-BY-frHE --EA INC.
BLK B BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
39 R-I1:NG. PARCEl. "Fr," ,
i 'ORB 148/680 F R 1FARIRIER Dl Im .1;
, $2,.48,1.9 MAP 5A .. ,: .

E06 '1.3 J401R :. .
LENNAN R:'3 R 1259,o00 $186.53
HI- DISCUS- RY TH4E-SEA I[N:.
BLK C DA8Rl FR DUNES FIRMER LINT I NO.,
10 BE IN3 1 PARI:FEI "G "
.ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
S$710.1 MAPI 1
RES ALL
TION OF OA:345-344R
.7 47.1' R--t1257 100 ., $. .,912,88
MArTINULY II[NALUi A,
BARRIER DUIJNES UNIT NO, 44
ORB 179/203 FR BARRIER DUNES
$881.64 OEV. CQR.,
I L 81 64 MAPt .5A.

4B & 24C 6:3 '4
.8 25 .R-1,56l,00 $16.53
4B 132/ ,HIB1SCU S-RY-THE-SEA INC., '"
PARTNERS BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.'
TAX ROLL) 47 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAPt 5A. .
$954, 90

& 06345-348R .
4A, 24B 826 R-1256200 $186,53
ORB HIBISCUJS-!BY-THE-SEA INC .
D FR BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
TAX ROLl...) 48 BEING PARCEL. "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# SA
$327.66 : :
06345-349R'
& 827 R-1256300 $186.53
4A, 24B I-ifnISCj-BY THE-SEA INC
:6 BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
& ORB 49 BEING PARCEL "H"
TAX ROLL) ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAPt 5A

$2,195,38 06345-350R .
ENE D, 828 R-12,56400 $1.86.,53
& BAYSI HIBISCUS-B.Y-THE--SEA INC
49; 190 BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO,
T AV 50 BEING PARCEL "H"
R FL ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
TAX ROLL) MAPt 5A


$1.55,.92
:R ET AL.

I'APSCOTT


BLI(K VII


S' PAR

06345-3708
833 R-1258400
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF
.DUNES LOT. .1.7 ORB
FR FLOWERS
MAP 5A .
PAR

06345--371R
1:144 R-1258500
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF
DUNES LOT 18 ORB'
FR: FLOWERS
MAP*' 5A .
PAR'C

06345-372R '
8aI33 R- 116(1O
liHBI lJCUS- Y TH[1- ';[ A
CLASSIC CDl lAOER or
IJDUNES LOT 19 ORB 143
- II P I IJUFI
MAPt 5A,
PARI

0/,'i4i- 3,':,
13A R- 12:',R. 00
HIB[SCUIS BY- IH F-qEA
I-ASS1r. r J1 TAIii -. I-Ir
DLINFES LOT 20 OR I
FR FLOWERS
MAP 5A'
PARCEL

0634 4 :3 1 ,
.l3/ P lt.:1 970 .
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA
CLASSIC CUTTAGIES OF
'lINE ILOT 4 11RB 14
FR FLOWERS
MAP* BA
SPARCE

66345-384R
'38 R-1259000.
HIIDISCUiU -BY- IHE- SEA-
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF
DUNES LOT 5 ORB 14(
FR H.(IIWFRS
MAP# 5A
PARC


06345-402R
851 R-1261600 $205.49
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 7 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAPt 5A
PARCEL "E"


$11:6,72 06345-417R.
852 R-1263100 $116.72
BARRIER IinrLIi- BY'-IIIE-SEA INC
fL A C.1. l:(IIAGES OF BARRIER
'PAR "A" "lIFS I. 01 1 ORB 148/680
'ARCE" -,"A MAP@ 5A
S.-PARCEL "J"
$110.22
06345-418,R
BARRIER 853I R-l2,'3.'OO 4:1.16,72
HIBISCUS.-BY-TrHE-SEA INC
IS -LAfSIC.E.ILFiGDES OF BeRRtlFR
l IN l 11 1 .' 1 iI Il l *.in M il
CEL "A" M,r'l t-, .
PARCEL. ".J"

$1:1.8,22 06345 i .
INC. 854 .i I .' I1.* $116,72
BARRIER HIVISCUS-BY-'THE-SEA INC '
148/680-692 CI..ASSIC i 1 ,I'..1'. OF BAARR:IER
DUNES l I 1" I II1 il 148/6130
MAP* 5A
CEL A" PARCEL "J,."

06345 420R
S$1 n, 22 ','. I' *',*. ,',. $1:1.6.72
INC. t I Hi I '-.l [ir I Lt .1 1I INC
BARRIER CI...ASSIC (COTTA'ES OF BARRIER
140/680-692 DLINES ..0T 4 ORB 14(8/63H0
MAP*II 5A
PARCEL "J"
EL "A'" "
/, 14' *1 '7.'
'H',, I' I 'e. I ,. $:1:..6 ,72
'. 11 ,22 IIIlir I,.il, III IHIL lr A 1: NC
INC. i I I',': Iiil I iir'-; Ill BARR:I:ER
BARRIER Inii t'1 [ i l ', l.ili' 148/680
8/680--692 MAP* 5A
SPARICEIL ",.

CEL "A" A'/., 4 1 I .
I / [ .! I '. ', '1 : ,. t' < $ 1 7 7 5 ., 4
I' ll ll ll &I ',t! ,' l' ll N I.. t, I -I II'. ir P
$3: 13.' ,22 9 UiVt 1 i Ul I I li ; Ii l I' NI 1.I.J.
INC. ORB 204/893 FR .WRIGHT
4A R )PI t 6 .9 M A P 5 A (
148/680/-692 .
06345--434R:
3-,I I -' I -'6. 0.' *1, ,7''$ 1 5 '24
L A"A" s I t LL P. 3IIJ-1 I & i FI. II.'I .11 ,
,n WIl.'PI1 P OlKIn -. IItJIT NO, 134
.: 7'1 .3 1 '9:'/ 'U f 1 'IFi)R3AN .
$467.30 "Il .0
INC. :IRE 19 .1'.1' I P RiAP.'IFR' DUNES
BARRIER IE'.' l r-I P


48/680--692


:L "C" .


SN. $467.30
INC.
BARRIER
8/680-692


CEL "C"


06345 -313 51
839 P-1259900 $467.30
iHBI]SCUS lY-rHE-SEA INC;
CLASSIC COTIAGES OF BARRIER
nlUIES LOT I ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP 5A
PARCEL "D"

06345 396R
840 R-1260000 $467,.30
HIBISCUS-BY--THE-SEA INC,
CLAnSTr COTIAOFS OF BARRTFR.
DUNES LOF 2 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP* 5A.
PARCEL "0"


06345-388R
841" R-126000 $4.
DAVIS JOHN
CLASSIC COITARES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 4
ORB 211/287 FR HEADRICK
MAP* SA
PARCEL "0"

0634- -389R
H42 R-I .',0300 $4.6
[|AVIS JIIIN
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
OIJNES LOT 5
'DRB 211/..87 FR IIEA(lRILI
MAPt 5A


06345 1'.,.
E3:-Y r I ". 1 .',. ,. $2,582. '(
PAI'I itJ '3 .
DARRIEP [IlJF IS UNIT NO. 173
UIPl1 13 /1 1 1l FP FONVIEL.LE
MAPI '"i

OA 4'3 6101' ;
860 R- 126.7'(,' $2,29:1.19
EDWARDS.'I I & MARY
S 25 T (3 P 12 1,23 AC M/L
100 FT 1ill3 F FRONT; 570.43 FT
AV DE.'il HI IN1I PAR-3 I_ .2 &\
PARCiL 2 ACIIF S! REI PRR 174/731


(FOR FIIR[IrIIf I .EL AL -SFU

06345-63419
861 12/.97"''
DEAL. TRrY -ii.
SEACLIFF UNIT 4 BLDG A
ORB 123/510-11 FR DAFFI
MAP@ 5A


06345-715R 06365-01OR
862 R-1.271700 $3,923.36 '872 R-1.294000 $1 ,257,08
MI,. IlrI LARRY ,., &. DIANNE P ". "' A MC CULLERS EDWIN :M.
.': B R 12 978b AC M/L ':' CAPE SAN BLAS SHORES UNIT NO.
NIJl I R-1, 108.58 FT GULF FRONT 1 LOTS.'15, .1.6 N N/2 OF LOT 14
,IP" '0.1 /,49 FR CHASTAIN ORB 180/319' PR MIERZEJEWSKI
MA "'I ".. MA'P* 5 -


06345--835R ; .
(863 R-:1 273000 $6,437,57
ASl MORE: ROBERT E JR & DIANNE E
S 25 1 8 R 12
LINI:,T 'F:-' 4 -'.r tilli ii DUNES;,
1.:16,22 FT, CULF FRONT ORB' 145/
507-508 FR FLOWERS
MAP* 5A

" ", l.l', Ini)K -
.,04 R I 1 73500 ",6. 22.9e'
HII::B:ISCIUS-BY-THE-ESEA :I:N :.
S 2'UT T R 12
:-'13 SECI..Il OE D DUNES -
ORB :148/60O FR I...LOWERS :'
MAP 5A

i-',, R I /.'""n tn1.' .61
I'P f l Jr' U Er ORY '.P(I I A, tAHNL H m
*; h. 1 6 1 1 12
I'M I II *,AFi110i BA IA ,UlJ il 3I RFI..
110 160'/945 FR M nii Y lIY Il Al.
MAP* SO

11,'-. r 7'- ,'" $182 .61
WADE MICHAEL
S 36 T 8 R .12
LOT 1.1 SANDBAR BAY SUB, UNREC
M ORB, 1 1/6'' 'FR i n 1 ri' ,
MA't 511 *


,06:.r3'? : :I ,, ''
86:;' I i ;
MEREDITH ROBERT 0., DEAN I,
PENINSULA ESTATES PB 3 PG 11
L.CT 6 ()FI" AN UNREC PLAFT
ll l .' l II I ; ( I;Al I 3 ; ,
MII 90 'r.j


868 :. R 1,2 :1'400
M NI[: I,11 1 n Ll IS IA. R T 1l P )
p NIN3 III,^ l-YA 1 ; 'B 3
L IlT 7 :F AN UNREC PLAT
' 'I Il 1i l TRAC'.T 3
1.1PI :.) "' 3


S19 1', 53

PIBLK B



EBLK B


6 4'.-' I 11 I,0
, "' P 3- 213 :. :',; i I. .l, '? 1 ., 3i
MI I'I III rl l P11 I.RI IJ [l.[If J I I I I
I'FNINiSIJLA ESTATES 'PR ,3 PG 1
1.01 8 OF A ttUNREC PLAT
li. n i I t ; i Rr.r'r ..
MAPI tD
BL(K- B

06349--145R
870 R-128,:1600 $725 .60
tERRErIT TI- ROBERT D, & 'DEAN T,.
,f'l INS.ILA ESTATES PB 3 PG 11.
IOT 9 OF AN UNREC PLAT
III IIl rJI. .TRACT 3 .
MAPt 5D
BLK B


TAX ROLL) 06351-048R
871 R-1287800 $461 .19
I iIl11 nil-r tNUMIa B & KATHRYN A
$1 ,659,.86 I-hPf BRFE7ES PB 3 PC 23.
LOT 24 ORB 157/595 FR FERRIS
MAP@ 6A -
Il & IRD 176/626 FR IF.RRIS
: BI. B .


67, 30



17.30




17 .30


PARCEL "0"

''634: -:3YOR
R43 R- 1260400 $467,30
MAI T 10GIY 0Ll0tlALil A
CLASSIC COTIAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 6 ORB 144/498 -504
FR HARRIER DUNES DEV, [.rIRP.
MAPI 5A
PARCEL "D"

06 4'i '39Y1R
944 R-1260500 $467.,30
MATTINLUI.Y O(INALD A
CLASSIC: C:IEIAES I1F BARR0I8 3
OIINES LOT 7 ORR 148/498-504
FR BARRIER DUNES DEV. CORP.
MAP# 5A, I
M I :., 5 PARCEL "D"

ri)'!4;$ ??J9 ,
845 R-i26060 $467,30
13Ilif3SrUS BY-THFE SEA INC
Cl ASS;IC CIII IA;F.S OF BARRIER
13IhNES lu[r 138RB 148/680-692
FR rI.lWI RS
M0P.I .A
P.. ..ARCEL "13

b '345-394R :
1146 R-1260800 $467.30
IUIItli CK ,,JAMES M.
CLASSIC (' TIA(IFS OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 10 O0RB 145/632--633
FR 'BARRIER DUNES DEV, CORP.
'MAPt '5A
PARCEL "D"

i ." 14', 19'.1
4i14' R I .,309('0 $467. l'
HIB.ISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
IDUNES' LOT 11 ORB 148/680-692
IFR FLOWERS
MAPt' 5A
PARCELL. "D"


,P6345- 1998R'
848 R-1.261300 $20,.49
HIBIBSCUS--BY-THIE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES.OF BARRIER'
DUNES LO'T 4 ORB 148/680-692
:FR F;'LDWERS
MAP@ 5A
PARCEL "E". '

06345-400R
849 R-1261.400 $205.49
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 5 148/680-692 FR
FLOWERS
MAP# 5A
PARCEL.. "E"


A TO ^


~ua4


*Photo Frames


*Photo Albums

*Memory Books


*Address Books


*Thank You Notes

*Invitations,.


*Appointment Books


*Dictionaries


Pencil Sharpeners *Corkboards


*Cross Pens/Pencils and Other Brands


*Gator & Seminole Pens, Note Pads, Evps.




A Few Books including The Great Tide

and One Year Book of Bible Readings










T H E STARE S

Publishing Co. of Port St. Joe,. Inc.

308 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe Phone 227-1278

or 229-8997 Fax 227-7212


ka6tdioa&nwdl (Slo5&t G Io" a to




^ of1999fkJm 5L (getaff


I


06345-401 R
06345-353R 850 R-1261500 $205.49
829 R-1256700 $1. ,771.32 HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
JOSEPH EDWARD CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO, 53 DUNES 'LOT 6 ORB 148/680-692
ORB 124/784 FR BARRIER DUNES FR FLOWERS
DEV. CORP. MAPt 5A
.MAP* 5A PARCEL "E"


B LK 6


'~- -~--


[ITT


ij:


wg


*'* ^