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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1999
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1999


SHARKS ARE #1
6th Straight Track & Field
"Road to State" on Page 10OA
Gators Reach "Final 4"
See Sports on Pages 9-10A
Delinquent Tax Rolls
See Pages 2-8C
.Simmons, Amer. Red Cross..
"Volunteer of the Year"
Photo on Page 1.
Law Enforcement Reports
Cities & County .nhPage 7A
Obituaries PageA 7
Sea Turtles Nesting'
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DLetails on P-',age oA
Wind & Rain & Weather
Story on Page 3A .
School N'ws Paqe 4


School Board


Votes to Close


H V.Elem,

Port St. Joe Elem. &
Highland View Elem.
Sto Merge Operations
No surprise was revealed in
Superintendent of Schools Jerry
Kelley's report of a recommenda-
tion made to the school board
Tuesday, in which he suggested
the Highland View Elementary
School be closed due to the eco-
nomic condition which the district
finds fttelf at the present time.
Kelley was instructed by the
board to consider the financial
strain keeping the school in oper-
ation was costing the county and
S inform the school faculty and the
populace in the neighborhood of
the consideration being given to
its closing, some four months ago.
Tuesday. Kelley said his rec-
ommendation was that the school ,
be merged with the Port St. Joe
Elementary School for the 1999-
2000 school year. "We can't justi7-
fy the operation of the school any
longer." he said. "The student
census has fallen below 100 and.
the state is tightening up on our
FTE funds" Ifunds the state
allows each school district, based
on average daily attendance.
The board unanimously
agreed with Kelley's recommenda-
tion.
No decision was made on
what to do with the physical plant
and property.
"The Port St. Joe Elementary
School expansion is rapidly near-
ing completion. and can handle
the student load of the Highland
View School," Kelley added:
The school is being merged
with the Port St. Joe school
because of an interruption in tax
income flow. Florida Coast Paper
-Company, the county's largest
(See HIGHLAND VIEW on Page 3)


Lisa Curry was recognized
by Supt.I, Jerry Kelley and
Chairperson Caroline Norton.


Joes Ink


St.


Commissioners gather around Mayor .Johnny Linton as he signs" the marina lease agreement.



Board Finalizes Industrial


Park Proposal For TeleMed


Gulf County commissioners
agreed to a lease .proposal..4'r..the.,,
Gulf County Industrial Park dur-
ing the board's regular meeting
Tuesday evening.
TeleMed, a medical answering
service company, had sought to
get a 15 year lease commitment
from the county to lease the
industrial park. TeleMed has been
dealing with Gulf County for sev-
eral months to possibly relocate
in Gulf County.
The board agreed to furnish
the building at no charge for the

G.C.I. Annex
Opening Soon
According to Debbie
Buchanan. of the Department of
Corrections, the new 1.200 bed
annex portion of Gulf Correctional
Institute is on schedule to receive
inmates late this month (May).
D.O.C. will make a final
announcement on how many
inmates, and finalize the date
within the next several days.
It is expected that somewhere
in the neighborhood of 150 cor-
rections jobs will be created when
the first phase of G.C.I.'s annex
opening takes place. Many of
thost employees were hired in
March under a corrections trainee
program that paid employees
while they were going to school
and receiving on-the-job training.

Wewa City Commission
Changes Meeting Days
Wewahitchka city commis-
sioners voted to change their
meeting days during the board's
regular meeting last-week.
They will switch their meeting
days back to the second and
fourth Monday evenings of the
month, retaining a 6:30 CTmeet-
ing time.
Several months ago the board
voted to change meeting days
because of a scheduling conflict
with some of the board members.
Commissioners Tony Justice
and Jimbo Nunnery had job relat-
ed training courses they were
required to complete which con-
flicted with the board's meeting
time. Those courses have since
been completed and the board
elected to return back to the old
schedule. The board currently
meets on the. first and third
Tuesday of the month.
Beginning with the Monday,
May 24th meeting, the board will
switch its meetings back to the
second and fourth evenings at
6:30 CT,


first 36 months of the lease, as ap work leading to the county's
-.incentive to get -the firm to' lotate..-,-tIndustrial. ,'-park.- -Chairman-
in Gulf County and bring 70 jobs Tommy Knox asked Administrator
initially, and up to 250 within Don Butler to send a letter to the
three years. They added to that contractor requesting a meeting
proposal two additional years over the matter before any correc-
"rent free", if the company meets tive work gets underway.
or exceeds the 250 jobs projected In Other Business
during that time frame. In Other Business
f TeleMed fails to reach its Chairman Knox asked the
If Teletioned fails to reach its board members to review a long
projection of 250 jobs, then years distance rate proposal by Excel
four and five of the contract would communications representatbEes
cost 2,000 per month. nrepresentatives
cost 82,000 per month.hbefore the next board meeting.


The board agreed to charge
only what the county's loan cost
of the building will be for years six
through 10 of the lease agree-
ment. That rate would be S4.000
per month.
TeleMed is close to making an
announcement on whether they
will locate the calling center in
Gulf County.
The Gulf Counts' Economic
Development Committee and
Chamber of Commerce. with the
assistance of various state and
federal organizations (including
Enterprise Florida) have put
together an over SI million incen-
tives package in an effort to land
TeleMed in Gulf County.
Stormwater Problems
Commissioners John Stanley
requested help for several resi-,
dents along Highway 71 who were
experiencing trouble with storm-
water drainage.,
Stanley said much of the
problem appeared to have been
caused by roadside construction

Ceremony to
Honor Fallen
Officers Friday
Friday, May 14th, at Port St.
Joe Elementary School, Port St.
Joe Police Department and Gulf
County Sheriffs Department offi-
cers will join together in a cere-
mony to honor those officers who
have given their lives in the line of
duty. The event will also be
attended by other officials repre-
senting law enforcement officers
from many agencies.
The public is invited to attend
and share in the recognition of
the law enforcement officers
which will commence at 10:30
a.m.
The ceremony will conclude
when an honor guard, comprised
of sheriffs office and police
department officers, execute a 21
gun salute.
Port St. Joe Police Chief Jay
Leffert stated, "This ceremony is
(See CEREMQNY on Page 3)


(See INDUS. PARK on Page 3)


the


It's a deal! Port St. Joe city
commissioners voiced unanimous
,support for an agreement to lease
Port St. Joe's 199 slip marina to
the St. 'Joe Company during a
special meeting held Monday
afternoon (May 10th).
"We're excited to have the'
opportunity to work with the city
on the marina, and hope to make
it into a facility the community
will be proud of." said Chris Hine.
Vice President of Commercial/
Industrial Development. repre-
senting the St. Joe Company.
The marina will be operating
.under the name of Port St. Joe
Marina. Inc.. and according to
Hine, the company will waste little
time beginning operations at the
site. In fact. Hine said most of the
groundwork has been completed
to open the manna within weeks
of the city's approval of the lease.
The marina will be open for
operation on or before June 1.
according to Richard Hance.
marina manager.
Richard and his wife, Jacque
were hard at work Tuesday mak-
ing plans and preparations to
have the marina in operation by
the start-up date. Port St. Joe city
commissioners and Brandy
SMarine [hired by Arvida (a St. Joe
Company) to operate the marina
will make a formal announcement
of the start-up date when plans
are finalized.
Hance said the marina's oper-
ations should blend well with the
area's local economy as they use
local vendors and suppliers as
much as possible to furnish its
needs.
Gathering Being Planned' -
Hance outlined plans for the
Port St. Joe marina to host a
"gathering" during Memorial Day
weekend. The public will be invit-
ed to attend the event and get an-
up close look at the marina, its
operations, and help celebrate its
opening.
He said plans were a little
sketchy at this time, but as sqon
as the details are ironed out, the
company would announce the


schedule.


Deal


Hashing Out Agreement
City commissioners have
been hashing outthe details of
the lease contract since St. Joe
Company made an offer to lease
and operate the complex back
during the board's March 2nd
meeting.
In'. a workshop session
Thursday (May 6th). City Attorney
Billy Joe Rish reviewed the final
revisions to the lease agreement
with the board. Rish and St. Joe
Company officials have been iron-
ing out wording of the lease since
the offer to lease the complex. just
over a month ago. In the mean-
time, Rish has kept the board up
to date on the various amend-
ments, to the original proposal.
Rish told commissioners he
felt the agreement would not only
protect the city's interest and
investment in the marina, but
would generate positive revenue
for the city, while paying off the
$2.5 million low interest RDA
construction loan.. .
(See LEASE on Page 3)

Lawsuits &

Bankruptcy


Cloud Picture
Almost everyone concerned
With Florida Coast Paper
Company, L.L.C. received some
word of lawsuits or notice of
bankruptcy information during
..the.past week. .... ..,- .
The United States Bankrupt-
cy Court issued a Notice of
Commencement of the Florida
Coast Paper Company Chapter 11
case and a Notice of Creditors
Meeting scheduled for May 28th.
The creditors meeting will be
held at the J. Calab Boggs Federal
Building in Delaware at 11:00
a.m. Debtors will be required to
be at the meeting and answer
questions raised at the meeting.
(See SUITS on Page 3)


Poll workers are busy verifying voters and distributing ballots in the photo above. Dr. Jorge San
Pedro smiles for the camera after successfully winning his first venture into American politics.


Jorge San Pedro Elected;


Tax Incentives Supported


Port St. Joe voters narrowly
favored Dr. Jorge San Pedro to
take over as Group I City
Commissioner and overwhelming-
ly supported the city's property
tax exemption referendum during
Tuesday's (May 11th) city-wide
elections.
San Pedro defeated current
Group I commissioner Charles G.
Tharpe by 16 votes-364 to 348--
in a tightly contested race.
'This makes me feel like a
true American," San Pedro said.


"People of this community elected
me-a Cuban American to serve
them as a city commissioner ... I
feel great," he added.
In a light turnout, only 23%
of registered city voters (719) cast
their ballots Tuesday, according
to Gulf County Supervisor of
Elections Cora Sue Robinson.
The city's property tax refer-
endum had no problem gaining
acceptance by voters. Just over
70% of voters-506 to 191--cast
their ballots in favor of the tax ref-


erendum which will give commis-
sioners the authority to use ad
valorem tax incentives to lure new
jobs, businesses, and business
expansions into the city.
Gulf County commissioners
are planning to call a special elec-
tion in November of this year to
reconsider a similar referendum
county-wide.
San Pedro and Frank Pate,
Jr., who ran unopposed for the
city mayor's seat, will be officially
sworn in during the board's first
regular meeting In June (the 2nd).


Agreement is Reached to Lease Marina Operation to St. Joe Company


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The Star

S''" PAGE WO THURSDAY, MAY 13, .1999


IS t 71W"' 'v ~ mPh "Ph6Aw.Phu~


Did Their Job

THE STATE OF FLORIDA has come through with several
grants and offers of help with budgets to help Gulf County allevi-
ate some of its financial problems which were brought on us by
the county's largest single taxpayer failing to pay its taxes.
For the past 61 years this entity had paid its taxes right on
time, as regular as clockwork, so the governmental subdivisions
were caught sleeping the one year when it failed to do so. It was-
n't anybody'sfault or poor planning on anyone's part when the tax
money failed to come in. The firm had actually contacted the tax
collector and told. her they wouldn't be paying taxes in time t6,,
earn the full discount, but expected to take the full grace period
allowed under the law. .
Nobody suspected the firm would do anything else but take
advantage' of a little free time before paying its taxes. .
GULF COUNTY,. AND ITS VARIOUS governments were ,c
caught with their. collective pants down. This prompted some king
sized scrambling around to try to reverse the effects caused by a.
serious lack of cash.
Our state delegation started becoming active 6n our behalf.
They did what they were expected to do. We had a novice and a t
veteran representing us in Tallahassee. Both came through lke
champions. Admittedly, they had sympathy on their side, making
their job just a little easier. t
But, it's no easy matter to part someone with large sums of I
money for any reason! They 'had their work cut out for them, but V
they didn't slack off a bit, They explored some avenues we didn't I
even know were explorable. They were "Johhny-on-the-spot" for
our several needs and,.for that we'll forever be,grateful. '
THE ACTIONS OF OUR) STATE delegation has turned up
some long-time solutionsand! have taken on our case like it.was
the only thing they had to do. They have keptdn touch with local. .
interests and kept abreast of the needs. '
However, we can't expect them to meet our every need. Some
of the effort needs to be put forth by local folks. We need 'to help
ourselves where we can. One way we can help' ourselves was to
give our comfinlssioners permission:to dicker with providers of new
jobs in the matter of tax rates. We like to feel confidentthat we did
and that the county as F' whole will take the same stance in
November.
There's nothing like receiving help from one's neighbors and
there's nothing like helping ourselves where we can.


Six In A Row!

AMAZING!
A small school such as Port St. Joe High School winning the
state championship in track and field competition for the sixth
year in a row! We'll wager that has never been done before-by a
school of any size!
But, it has been done-now-by a small school against big
odds.
Why?
Because' theathletW didn't know it couldn't be done and sd
they went out Maid'did it. Setting state and school records along
the way, the track team arrived in Gainesville in an ignominious
fashion and literally ran over all the competition they faced there.
Arriving home Saturday afternoon, the team and their coach and
volunteer assistants stepped out of their yellow school bus trans-
portation to a hand-lettered paper banner proclaiming their
accomplishments.
The dozen or so boys jammed their hands in their pockets and
endured their accolades in a nonplussed fashion as their coach.
Scott Gowan, fussed over them and gave them the credit they
deserve, individually.
THEY TOOK CHAMPIONSHIPS in everything from 100 yard
dash to the discus throw, setting state records along the way in a
matter-of-fact style; as if it were expected of them.
Each year, local track and field athletes break state records in
their acts of heroics, as if they were set to be broken.
One thing which amazed ,us was the coaches-in telling the
winning stories just outside the bus-recited from memory the
various events and the participants. They also gave distances,
times in seconds and fractions, records [before they were broken
by local athletes] and even the competition scores.
Not only were the participants totally involved in what they
were doing, the coaches were too. This made a winning combina-
tion.


Hunker Down With Kes


by Kesley Colbert


A Clabber Girl


Me and Robert Weeks and Mr.
David Jackson were talking a
while back about marriage and
country girls. More particularly,.
ve were pondering on the idea that
he combination may not exactly
be a good one. .
SI was mostly just listening. ..
You tell me what you think of
his story and TI'll tell you
whether I agreed with them or not.
: Now,. at first glance, you'd
think this would be a no brainer.
How could you go wrong with a
Nvife with an extensive "countr-"
background? They're so practical.
They don't ask for much. They can
make a little sawmill gravy last
through supper. They can lift their
weight in hay bales. They can cut
out a dress pattern in fifteen sec-
onds.
And if they're in a romantic
nood. they're not going to waste
your hard earned cash on Chanel
#5-a dash of vanilla extract
behind each ear works just fine .

But before you leap into some-


thing here. you might need to dig a
little deeper for the rest of the
story.
Don't plan on "bringing a
country girl around" to your way of
thinking. It don't matter how you
treat 'em or how long you're mar-
Sried to 'em or what kind of comfort
gadgets you buy 'erm ... it's hard
to change the habits their early
days bred into 'em. And some of
those "habits" should be given
more than just a passing thought
when a wedding'is 'In the offering.'
, Country girls get lip at 4:30 in
the morning on their day off!
- It ain't nothing' for, them to
whip out a couple of dozen of those
big, fine cat-head biscuits before
the dew falls! Skillet frying a slab
or two of bacon is like breathing to
them. Eggs-fried, scrambled.
over-easy, pickled, mixed with hog
brains-fairly leap from their Oin-
.gertlps.
Now, that doesn't sound so
bad .. but country girls don't
eat alone. I don't know about you,
but my appetite just ain't real keen
when I've been yanked out of bed
and drug down the hall an hour
and a half before the rooster
crows. "Com'on, eat up. it'll be
daylight soon."
It doesn't matter that the chil-
dren have been off on their own for
twelve years now, they still cook
for forty. At every meall


Bless'em, none of that rabbit
food or jell-o or hamburger helper
stuff either, they're going to see
that you eat hearty. Meat and
potatoes and greens, that's the
thing all cooked up in the best
pure hog lard .... for your health
And heaven help you if you
happen to brag on a particular way
something was cooked or a combi-
nation of'meats or the homemade
strawberry jelly . 'causeiyou're
gonna get it "that way" every. day
for the next thirty-five years.
A country girl still takes that
bath every Saturday night whether
she needs It or not!
Vacation? Oh, mania l1 hope..
you're not thinking Catskills or
Lake Tahoe. A country girl gets a
few days off, and she automatical-
ly "sets in" on re-roofing the shed
out back. They plow up the yard
and put down new sod. They wash
every window inside and out. They
pull up the carpet and sweep out
any sand that has collected.
They give the fence row the
"Uck and a promise" they've been
mulling over since last September.
Of course, a country girl's "lick and
a promise" ain't exactly like the
way you and I would do it.
Buckingham Palace fences should
look so good!
If they end up with two days
left they hurry out to their' folks
place and give it the "once over".


Country girls don't quit. stop.
sit. relax, slow down. rest. pace..
themselves, sleep ...
And they kinda look at you like
there's something' bad wrong if you
stop for a spell in mid afternoon for
a cool glass of tea and some porch.
time. They glance quickly skyward
so as to remind you where the sun- -.
is : ', '-

,'The thing about these country
girls is that they don't understand. '
don't want you to try to explain
and can't hardly tolerate it . if
you don't move at exactly the same ;.
pace as they do.
Their idea of recreation is a
corn husking. : ',,
A night out is a taffy pull at-
Aunt Adaline's.
Hey. say something a little off-
handed about one of her (and
your) children, and you near 'bout
jump start World War I1111
Don't expect her to go quietly
into the night, she's got her opin-
ion and she's sticking to it. And if
you try to change her, her sister
from Memphis will be at your.
doorstep for breakfast, and her
sister from Dothan wil r be at your
house for lunch. ant her sister .
from over on High Street will move
in "for a spell", and her sister from i
next door will be hollering at you". '"
all day long .
Did I mention country girls are .
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)


I .. -u I i 11. 11 .. I 1 I I .. I I I ., I


It Not Nice to rrand Fool Mother Nature


LITTLE INSIGNIFICANT
signs mark the change of the sea-
son for us as we migrate from win-
ter into spring and on into sum-
mer. For instance,, we sang In: the,
good old summer time at. Rotary
Club for the, first time this season,
last Thursday. That's a sure sign-
.of summer; just like the sight of.
the first robin or the sound of the,
mocking bird.
Then, Friday morning, we had
our spring freshet invade" Gulf
County with its flooding rains. The
weather forecast predicted a wet
May to make up for our dry April,.,
but it didn't say anything about"
the drought'being broken in just
one day!
Ordinarily, we receive' o6ur
starter rains for the spring grow-
ing season in the month of April.
You know the.little jingle; "April.
showers bring May flowers.. "
I wonder what May showers
bring?

THIS WEATHER, capped off.


. -: ; -, o,. ,. K. .


ETAOIN SHRDLU


,. by Wesley Ramsey


about the scientists monkeying
around with the laws of physics
and archeology. There's been more
messing around, and it may be,
just what's' upsetting the forces of
nature in this season.
Well, they've been at it again.

NOW, SCIENTISTS have
announced they can slow the.
speed of light down.
* You know what the speed of
light is, don't you? It's 186,000+
miles per second.
Ever since we-or you-were
mere pups, the speed of light has
been the same. We measure the
distance of the various stars in.


by last fall's bout with El Nino,-
makes onie think' there mnay be
something to this "The moon shot
is upsetting the weather cycle"
claim the old folks have been
claiming.
Come to think of it, there may
be more truth than poetry to this
claim. The other night, on, the
news, the commentator was
announcing another space shot
. attempt destroyed. He said it was
the sixth destruction of a rocket in
the past six months. What's caus-
ing all of this, if it isn't an upset of
the scheme of things caused by
some abnormality?
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote


..light years.. The, speed of light is
ssuch6 that it's just not imaginable
as compared to the speed of a Ford
stock car racer.
The fastest thing we could
ever imagine .used to be -the
"General Lee" on the. Dukes of.
Hazard television show .:until
those scientists started messing
around with the speed of light.
I have It on good authority
that they have managed to: slow
light down from 186,000+ miles
iper second to a mere 38 miles per
second!
That's quite a difference, but
it's still fast!
I don't know what practical
use we can get "out, of the slower
light beam, but if we should ever
think of one, we can manage, to;
put the brakes on,a light beam.
Scientists have just discov-
.-ered, in the past' decade or. two,,
-how to send telephone mes-
sages-at the speed ,of
light-through hollow glass tubes
and called-it fiber .optics. It is said


'to accommodate more calls over
the same route than with the for-
.mer transmission method of using
wire.
This playing around with the
'speed of light just might change
'that technology, who knows?

WHAT'S NEXT in this
assault on the laws of physics?
Maybe the assumptions gath-
ered from Newton's apple dropped
off the leaning tower of Pisa a cou-
ple of years ago will receive anoth-
er examination.
Or maybe the physics text
books will come in for a revision,
bringing to the forefront all these
new "discoveries" which have been
brought to fight.
.This could 'have an effect on
all things moveable and non-
moveable, such as a tennisball in
flight after being hit; a race car
moving down the track; a race
horse at the Kentucky Derby; a
baseball hit over the fence .


everything!. -
* All of this tinkering with "nat-''-J
,ural" laws 'is bourid to catch' 'us '.,
where the hair is'short if the shi-' 4''
*entists don't quit manipulating.' It ."
.might even affect the outcome of
Y2K if we're not careful. ,

IF THIS -TINKERING gets
mixed up with. Y2,K there's no
telling what might result from it.
I read two different theories
.for the millennium.. One is that it'
.will be just another day like the,
previous .2,001 years worth of days
before it. : Another claims dire-,
calamity is in store for us.
If I had a choice,' 'It would: be'
for the -former. Certainly, it has
.more credibility than the dooms-"
day theory. "'
' One piece of evidence I think
we can' all bank on, that every-
thing will be normal, is, the lend-
ing institutions assure us that
,they are ready for whatever it
,brings. That's reassuring!


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Lease

,Outline Of Lease Agreement
*St. Joe Company agrees to
pay loan payments on the $2.5
million EDA low interest loan to
the city.
*Agrees to pay $25,000 per
year to the city for the first three
years of the lease agreement.
Beginning with the fourth year,
the company will guarantee
$1,500 per month or 10% of the
net operating income for the pre-
ceding month (whichever is
greater).
*Terms of the lease will be in
five year increments with seven
five-year extension periods for a
total 6f 40 years.
*St. Joe Company 'will also


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provide all capital requirements
for start-up, operation, and future
permit cost.
*Hine spelled out between
$200,000 to $300,000 in
improvements that the; company
will be making over the next sev-
eral weeks as they begin opera-
tions.
*The company will.. also pay."
property taxes on the marina
complex.
*The lease has terms to cover
liability, insurance, and even the
right to purchase the marina after
15 years from the commencement
date of the lease agreement.
Out-Parcel Development
The St. Joe Company has also



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Port St. Joe Police Chief Jay Leffert looks on as Mayor
Johnny Linton signs a proclamation declaring that citizens of
the city should remember and recognize the sacrifices of offi-
cers slain while in the service to their communities.


Highland View from Page 1


Continued from Page 1


shown some interest inr the out-
parcels of city property surround-
ing the marina complex.
The lease addresses the pur-
suit of'a motel located on either
the city's property' or adjacent St.
Joe Company property.
Rish reminded the board that
regardless of which entity devel-
ops the' property, the city would,
receive, lease and interest, rev-
enues from the property. He also
noted that several companies had
voiced an interest in leasing the
out-parcels of property.

Port St. Joe will close the $2.5,
million dollar RDA. loan, on May
25th. The lease agreement is sub-
ject to approval by RDA, but Rish
stated that they had been' kept
abreast of the 'negotiations
throughout thie process.
The total cost of the marina.
project was S3.3 million, with
$2.5 million financed through the
RDA loan, a 8962,350 EDA grant
($287,350 of which Is city match-
ing funds), and $200,000 in grant
funds acquired by' the, Gulf
County Chamber of Commerce.


Ceremony,,-.
from Page 1
to pay homage to those officers
who have made the ultimate sac- -
rifice to protect and serve' their
communities." .
Gulf County Sheriff Frank
McKeithen noted, '"One of the
most important responsibilities
law enforcement officers has is to
honor those who have given their
lives in the line of duty."


St. Joe Bay Committee Will
Meet, Discuss Buffer Project
A meeting of the. St Joe, Bay
Committee will be held' on .
Thursday, May 13, at 9:00 a.m.,
ET, at the City of Port St. Jpe's
Fire fDepartment meeting 'room
(behind city hall)..


This meeting will feature an
update on ,the. St. Joseph Bay
Buffer Project by Roy Ogles of the


source of tax income, has not paid and assistant varsity coach as Apalachicola National Estuarine
all of its 1997 nor its 1998 tax interim head football coach. Research Reserve, and a presen-
bills, causing a severe shortage of Grantham has also applied station by Lorna Patrick of the U.S.
funds. for the permanent position. Fish and Wildlife Services, enti-
Kelley estimated the move ARCHITECT REPORTS tied. "Endangered Species of the
would conserve some S291.000 Bayne Collins. architect for Florida Panhandle.
Fper yea- '" the nit'Port St. Joe-'Elerei'rarV^ '' All interested persons are
F- S IGNS.--, -...S; ,.School-expansIonv-ga.e.ap .rogre-ss".": Mn.vited-to-attend. For more n for---
Wewahitchka.foothba coach. report. for. the- prpoect ..and also.._. ,ma,tion, please contact Dr. Robert
Wayne Flowers, tendered his res- asked for a change order for the King at (850) 227-1812 or (800) .
ignation from his position, effec- location of the media center. 326-7948.
Live immediately. The change would result in
In a letter to the school board, additional expenditures for elec-
Flowers said: At this time. I feel trial. plumbing. sewer and water
as though a change in the posi- and gas piping, as well as addi- In U.S .IPK
tion of head football coach at tonal covered walkway construe-*-*
Wewahitchka High School would tion of about 8150,000 to from Page 1
benefit both the football program 8175,000.
and myself. Therefore. I would The board agreed unani- -Agreed to fund $5,000 to the
like to submit my resignation motisly to his request. Port St. ,Joe Lite League football
from this position." rT'rO DTTRUS TE'SS nrnodram Th board noted that


The board accepted his resig-
nation and appointed Grant
Grantham. junior varsity coach


School Board Chairperson
Caroline Norton, right, presents
a plaque to the Wewahitchka
High cheerleaders in recogni-
tion of their first place finish at
state competition.


Kesley

(From Page 2)
big on family, mostly 'their ownl
I've got to end this story; it's
getting a little too close to home. I
had the good fortune, or the ill
fated luck; to marry a country girl.
I don't dare sit down as long as it's
daylight. I've got sister-in-laws
galore. I eat every green thing on
my plate....
And I count my blessings that
Cathy did visit the city once when
she was young-I haven't made it
to Lake Tahoe .but we haven't
plowed up the front yard ....
'Course, The Day Ain't Over,
Kes


in other business, the board:
Recognized Lisa Curry for
her accomplishments in science,
earning first in her division and
earning top ranking in the state
and the opportunity to compete in
a national fair being held in
Philadelphia. Pa.
Awarded recognition to the
Port St. Joe high School track and
held team for winning its sixth
straight state championship in
Gainesville this past week end.


similar contributions have been
made to help organize the
Wewahitchka league.
*Agreed to adopt a resolution
proclaiming May as "Teen
Pregnancy Prevention Month" as
requested by Gulf County Health
Department Director Doug Kent.
*Were requested to review a
proposed light ordinance intro-
duced by the Aquatic Preserve
Committee by Commissioner
Warren 'eager.


Wind and Rain
and Weather
Things got kinda nasty all
around Gulf County and the
Panhandle last Friday when a
severe weather system dropped
six to eight inches of rain, across
the area.
According to Gulf 'County
Emergency Management Director
Larry Wells, Gulf County was very
fortunate sustaining only. minor,
damages from the storm.
Wells said one tornado was
reported to have touched down
near the Kem cemetery 'area,
west of Wewahitchka. The twister
-uprooted trees and slightly dam-
aged at least one structure.
Flooding was also a problem.
Several businesses in the down-
town area of Port' St. Joe had
water back into their buildings, as
flash floods produced more water
than the stormwateri drainage
systems could handle. Highway
71, near '"Rich's IGA in '
Wewahiltchka. also flooded, as did
areas at the'' intersection of'
Highways 98 '.and.71 in Port St.,
Joe, and Highway 98 at the foot of
the overpass. :
Several other areas through-
out the county experienced flood-
ing 'in low lying areas.
Gulf County Sheriff's
Department Captain Joe PNugent
reported that three wrecks
occurred during the storm, all of
which were attributed to road'
conditions created by the storm.
He said the most serious accident
occurred on Highway 22. west ol
Wewahitchka. Injured occupants
of the vehicle were transported to
Bay Medical Center by
Wewahitchka Ambulance Service.


Jacque and Richard Hance, manager of operations, are shown at
the newly finished Port St. Joe marina. ,



Gulf Schools Sharpen


pOn Florida Write


Each school but one in the
Gulf County school system con-
tinues its steady climb In writing,
Director of Testing Mack Eubanks
revealed Tuesday at, the school
"'Board meeting.
In a report from the State
Department of Education given to
each school district within the
state. six Gulf County schools list-
ed have continued improvement
in writing for understanding, a
goal of the "Florida Writes" pro-
gram Initiated by former
Commissioner of Education Frank
Brogan to improve the writing
with understanding by Flonda
pupils.
The most Improvement was
shown by Port St. Joe Middle



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School which jumped from a rat-
ing of 2.7 during the 1997/98
school vear to 3.4 in the current
school year. On an average. Gulf
County schools are writing near
state average grades which hover
near 3.3, on a scale of zero to six.
Every Gulf County school,
with the exception of Highland
View Elementary, showed im-
provement over the past year in
its writings. Students from grades
four, eight and ten were tested
under the state program. :
Most area schools were like
Gulf in turning in the state aver-
age score, which ranged from 3.1
to 3.6.


Final Chance For
Training Program


from Page 1 May 18 is the starting date for
*Local resident. Marion the class entitled "'Introduction to
Hough, announced she has filed Communications". This seven
suitgh, ainst the St. e hCompany week class offers training for tele-
and Florida Coast Paper Company vision and telephone contractors.
alleging the mill has created envi- Basic instruction includes-prin I,
ronmental damage resulting in reading, color codes, drops, jacks.
health hazards for the citizens of NETS. pole climbing and ladder
Gulf County. handling and all aspects of job
Hough told Gulf Conrty cornri- safety.
-. missIoners.-during -the-'-bardis- --... first class of graduaLe.s
regular meeting Tuesday evening, are employed and working
she was seeking to get the site throughout Florida and the
cleaned up at the expense of the southeastern United States. They
companies. are: Craig Besore; Joe Howard:
She pointed out don conta- Ryan O'neal: Tony Gordon: James
She pointed out dioxinrconta- Watts: Michael Shuler: Johnnie
minaon as being a particularly Kitchens; Gary Harrelson:
risky hazard. Charles Stephens: Equador
*It was also reported that Peters; Brett Satterfield; Robert
Florida Coast Paper Company Nisbett: Wilbur House; and Don
bondholders have filed suit '- Wigsten.''- ,' -',,
against Stone Container Corpora- Contact the Gulf/Franklin
tion and Box USA for failure to Center at 1850) 227-9670 to
meet the conditions spelled out in enroll
,I-- -enroll.


the bond agreement.
Bondholders hold 8165 mil-
lion in bonds for Florida Coast
Paper Company which has failed'
to meet recent interest payments
and filed for Chapter 11 bank-
ruptcy protection. The bondhold-
ers' suit reportedly alleges that
the two Florida Coast Paper
Company partners failed to honor
their commitment that would
-have insured the mill's opera-
tional status.


PSJPD Sponsoring
Bicycle Rodeo at."
ANRR on Saturdayi
Saturday, May" the 15th, a
Bicycle Rode-E-O will be held at
the Apalachicola Northern
Railroad Company Building.
located at 300 First Street in Port
St. Joe. The event will start at
10:00 a.m. and end at 4:00 p.m.
(depending on the turn-out).
The day will cover competi-
Lion on bicycle riding skills and .
knowledge of the rules of the
road. Bicycle safety inspection,
includes minor adjustments,
engraving and recording informa-
tion for theft prevention and
recovery. Please bring a parent's -
driver license.number for engrav-
ing. Trophies and certificates will
be awarded!
All parental assistance will be
greatly appreciated! Children
wishing to participate need to call
into 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-o are welcome also! Be
sure to bring your bicycle helmet
too! ., ..


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PAGE 4A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 13. 1999


Ela Sutton Kristi Lawrence

Accepts Scholarship Funds


Kristi Lawrence is beginning
her senior year at Troy State
University. She was recently pre-
sented with her fourth and final
scholarship check by Ela Sutton,
retired Port St. Joe educator.
Kristi was the first and currently
the only student in Northwest
Florida selected to receive this
scholarship.
Kristi was a A 996 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and was
the recipient of the Florida Retired
Education Foundation Scholar-
ship. She is currently working
toward a degree in social science.
education. Her future plans are to
teach history in a Florida high
school.


Some of her extracurricular
activities include-president of
Phi Mu sorority and presently
serving her second consecutive
term; a member of the Order of
Omega Honor society, and an
Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership
Honor Society member.
She has ,also served on the
Troy State Panhellenic Council
and is a member of the Student
Government Association.
Kristi is the daughter of Steve
and Pam Lawrence, and the
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Parker, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Lawrence, all of Port St.
Joe, and Beth Adkins of
Tallahassee.


It's a Boy!
Bryson Neil Horne was born
on March 6th at 9:50 a.m.. (ET) at
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
He weighed eight pounds, nine
ounces, and was 21 inches long.
He is the son of Emory and
Kim Horne of Blountstown. His
grandparents are Vergil and
Deanie Daniels of Blountstown,
Joe and Betty Horne' of
Wewahitchka, and Fran Pippin, of
Panama City.
Bryson's great-grandparents
are Lena and the late Ihey Daniels
of Marianna, Wilma and the late
Clarence Kendrick of Tallahassee, ,
Louise and the late Oland Home
of Callaway, and Max and Estelle,
Marshall of Panama City.


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Mr. and Mrs. R. Wayne
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L. Upchurch, all of Port St. Joe,


Zachary C. Patto

Zachary Is
Zachary C. Patton %%i
ebraung his sixth bir
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SZachary is the son of Da
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wish to announce the engagement
and forthcoming marriage of their
children, Gretchen Lea Stevens
and Christopher Lee Upchurch.
The bnde-elect is a graduate
of Port St. Joe High School and
Gulf Coast Community College's
Dental Assisting Program.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Port St. 'Joe High School and is
attending Gulf Coast Community
College.
A June 26 wedding is planned
,for 4 p.m. at First Baptist Church
in Port St. Joe. A reception will
follow in the chu rcli fellowship
hall.


No' local imitations are being
4 s it, but all friends and relatives
., are cordially invited to.attend.

Word of Thanks,
I would like to thank many
individuals for their kindness and
warmth to me during my time of
loss,, the death of Edward, R.
Miranda.
on The Flethcers and their
friends from Anchor Realty pro-
Six! vided a wonderful banquet.
The Heienemann's from The,
ill be cel- Beachcomber brought food, flow-
hdy on r nd he warmth of their
h a party.. friendship. Mark has consented to
rt nSt.IJo. make a wooden cross bfor the
ale Patton r t
S : crash site. '
The police. cit'. county and
.. highway patrol for their patience
DLOVERS and kindness in helping me
DL up through the loss. A special thanks
Plum, $5.99 to Malcolm Garrett for helping me
rape, pome- find my way, through legal chari-
plueiry t nels and for helping me secure
avv. papaya. things at my home.
TOLERANT:,- To the:'Bdilermakers Union
o.er azalea .. Local #199 for their friendship to
rumnpes. 6 Ed, the flowers, and bible. A spe-
pe rr iyrli r cial thanks to Wanda and Larryv
1-hor, SALT Snellgrove for their friendship.
To Gulf Pines Hospital Staff
- for their professionalism and atti-
tude of genuine caring, arid con-
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Wavne Lindsey. of West Palm
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,Port. St. Joe, are pleased to
announce the engagement and
approaching marnage of their
daughter. Mfichelle L. Lindsey. to
Jacob D. Richards. son ol Willard
and Brenda Richards. of Port St.


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Juvenile Justice
Council Meeting,
The upcoming Juvenile"';
Justice Council meeting is sched-
uled for Thursday, May 20, at
4:00 p.m. ET at the Gulf County
Public Library in Port St. Joe right
off of Highway 71 N. Everyone is
welcome to attend. If you have
any questions or agenda items
call Don Washabaugh at 227-
7340.


Thank You!
Ann Comforter was pre-
sented with a floral bouquet
by the Gulf County Schools
Gold Card Club, during its
recent banquet, in recogni-
tion of her 50th birthday and
the many years of providing
dinner music for those
attending the banquet. In the
photo above Comforter (cen-
ter) is being thanked by
Charlotte Pierce (left) and
Pam Lawrence (right), co-
chairpersons for the club.


Buy a Block of
Improvement!
Concrete blocks to be used at
the Wewahitchka Community
Center will be sold at
Wewahitchka State Bank and its
branch offices for $5.00 each.
Donation jars are available at
Creek Stop, and Jr. Mart in
Wewahitchka. All proceeds will be
used to renovate the Wewahitch-
ka Community Center.


In Appreciation
The Edwin G. Williams family
would like to express our joy of
thankfulness to the many friends,
neighbors, colleagues and stu-
dents of our beloved husband and
father. The admiration and
respect for him was evident


through the many acts of sympa-
thy shown to us. Just to know
you cared so much gave us
strength when we needed it most.
His memory shall forever remain
dear in our hearts.

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Couple to Marry
Claude and Bertie McGill, of Hendricks, to Jerry Keith Barnes,
Kinard, announce the engage- son of Jerry and Elaine Barnes, of
ment and forthcoming marriage of Port St. Joe.
their daughter, Lynn McGill The wedding is planned for
May 29th at 4 p.m. (CT) at the
Wyoff inner to Wed First United Methodist Church in
jCWy 1ivnnery1 t W Wewahitchka. A reception will fol-
low at the home of Bruce and
Shirley Bailey, of Tallahassee, Carolyn Husband on Old Dairy
and Thomas Wycoff, of Marianna, arm Road in Husb Wewahitchka.
are proud to announce the forth-
coming wedding of their daughter, No initations are being sent,
Jamie Wycoff, to Jeremy but all friends and family are
Ni so.. f os ,o fHaroldaid Gail invited to attend.


Nunnery of Wewahitchka.
The couple M\ill wed on May
29 at the Glad Tidings Assembly
of God Church in Wewahitchka.
The ceremony will begin at 5:00
p.m. All friends and family are
invited to attend.


Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehead

United In Marriage
Keith and Vicki Whitehead
are pleased to announce their
- marriage which took place. on
Friday. April 2.
Friends and relatives were on
hand: to help celebrate the cop-
ple's expression of love and com-
mitment to each other.
Giving the bride away was her
her daughter, Nikki Whitfield,
with Gene Bryant serving as best
; man.
S Miss Daphnie Kirvin, of
Apalachicola, performed the dou-
ble ring ceremony.


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"Thank God For
Wonderful Friends!"
Saturday evening Royce and I
were planning to go into Sears at
the mall in Panama City. I was
riding my Rascal while he walked
beside me. He will not ride his
Rascal.
V We were going to the handi-
cap entry. He turned to step up pon
the cJurb. His foot caught on the
curb. He fell so'haid on his face.
It really cut his face when his
glasses hit the cement walk.
I'm telling this to get to the
part about some very good people
from our wonderful city.
Janice Gainer, her niece
Melissa, Mattie and Eric McNair
came to my aid. They brought me
a towel to help stop the bleeding,
while we were waiting for the
ambulance. Janice and Eric put
my Rascal back into the van,
drove it to the hospital and stayed
with me.
Janice drove our van home
for us. They were so much com-
fort to me as I was very upset.
Thank God for wonderful
friends like these.
Our city may be in a little bit
of trouble, but with such precious
people like these we will come,'out
on top.
I can't thank them enough.
They even came by the house to
check on us. Many. many thanks
to them. Aline Butts

Thank You
We deeply appreciate the.love
and kindness that has been
shown our fam i ly during this time
of loss of our mother, Ruby
Thomas. The expression of sym-
pathy has truly been a blessing.
Betty Huckeby, Rosalie Joyce,
James Pope


S Kimberly Kate J4"gion-Joshua Scott Roykiq.

Jackson-Boykin Will Wed


Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lee
Jackson of Alexander City,
Alabama, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Kimberly
Kate, to Joshua Boykin of
Alexander City. Mr. Boykin is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boykin of
MacClenny.
Miss Jackson is the grand -
daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Winston Freeman, and Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Heflin Jackson, all of
Alexander City.
She is a graduate of Benjamin
Russell High School and Troy.
State University, where she was at
member of Phi Mu Sorority.. She
received a Bachelor of Science
degree in education. She is
employed by the .Alexander City..
Board of Education at Radney,,
Elementary School.
Mr. Boykin is the grandson of-
the late Myrtle Stephens Ramer of
Andalusia; the late James W.
Ramer of Ocean Springs,
Mississippi; the late Florence
Henry. Boykin Moore; the late
Lewis A. Moore of Andalusia; and
the late James C. Boykin of
Andalusia.
I He is a graduate of Port St.
Joe High School and Troy State
University where he was a mem-,


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LGA Invitational Champion Shoots 74


St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club Ladies Golf Association was
host. for the annual invitational on
May 6, sponsored by Wewahitch-
ka State Bank, and the Dave
Gaskin Family.
Lynn Marnie had a low gross
score of 74 with a net 70-her
handicap was a four She was
presented with a Dave Gaskin
Trophy and a beautiful crystal
case by the Gaskin Family. David
Carl Gaskin was on hand to pre-
sent the trophy and vase, and
stated he was in awe of Lynn's
fantastic drives, particularly In
light of the roaring wind. She
makes a great champion!
Low net winners by flight
were:
First flight winners were: first
place, Dorothy Barlow;, second
place, Jdn Russell; and third
place, Margie Ely.
Second flight winners were:
first place, Myong Kelly; second
place,. Alice Thomas; and third
place, Margaret Mortenson.
Third flight winners were:
first place, Carol Poston; second
place, June Alford; and third
place, Lauri Shafer.
Fourth flight winners were:
first place, Mitzie Duncan; second
place, Jane Wilson; and third
place Helen Quackenbush.
Fifth flight winners were: first
place, Janet Kouris; second place,
Pattie Hughes; and third place
Velma Riehle.
Sixth flight winners were: first
place, Paula Sharp; second place,
Laura Hudson; and third place,
Betty Pascher.
Seventh- flight winners were:
first place,, Millie Conner; second
place, Kim Campbell; and third


place, Virginia Harrison.
There was was a long drive
contest, closest to the line con-
test, and longest put contest.
Winners were: longest drive on
#5, Invitational Champion, Lynn
Marnie-this is a short par four of
208 yards and Lynn's drive was
on the fringe of the green; longest
drive on # 11, the first low net win-
ner in the championship flight,
Margaret Chancey-she was not
on the fringe since this is -a 434
yard par five, but she took a close
look at the water on either side of
the fairway and decided not to go
for the green; closest to the line
on #2, Bobbie Watts; closest to
the line on #17, Millie Conner;


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Many people worked long
hours to make this tournament a
huge success. The ladies particu-
larly thank the Gaskin family and
all the area merchants who so
generously gave that they might
give each participant a memento
of the occasion from Port St. Joe.
They would also like to thank
Wesley Ramsey for caring enough
to come out and wait until they
got the winners all together in
order to get a picture of the cham-
pion for The Star. It was a great
tournament and all look forward
to next year.


David Carl Gaskin is shown
in the photo above congratu-'
lating this year's champion as
he presents her with the win-
ning trophy and vase.


Young sea turtle comes ashore to lay her eggs during the 1999
turtle nesting season.


Area S<

Begun
By Barbara E
.The sea turtle nes
has begun as of May
officially end on Octob
some hatchlings still e
late as November. The
known as such beca
thick "log" neck app
the most common in
the Gulf Coast. Mating
the male and female
April, just off-shore.
The green, (know
because of the green-
inside the body) and 1
nest along our sh
Kemp's Ridley may b
does not nest anywh
Mexico. The female
will come ashore, near
was born, and deposit
about 110 eggs or so
cover them and clamber
the water.
The female may
three times in a season
will incubate with
female determined by I
nature in the nest and s
sand. Given the med
days, the hatchlings
from the nest, and h
straight to the water.


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'urtles Have


Nesting Season
ells Remember that it is against
ting season the law to disturb the nesting
1, and will female, her nest, or her hatch-
her 30, with lings. You, the public, have been
emerging as super in the past seasons in help-
loggerhead, ing the turtle patrol. Volunteers
cause of its spot and report crawls (tractor-
earance, is like tracks) and protect the nests
this part of and hatchlings. We appreciate
g season for your help!
e began in Lights are one item on the list
that seem to be a "sore thumb", so
mn as such to speak. We ask realtors, in par-
-colored fat ticular, to get the automatic light
leatherback switches where renters can turn
iores. The them on and off at their disposal.
e seen but Also, we ask that homeowners be
tere except more aware of just a lamp in front.
loggerhead of the house that can distract the
where she hatchlings. Any lights can attract
a clutch of mother turtles, and even more so,
o. She will hatchlings.
er back into Night driving. where permit-
ted, is also a time to. slow down
lay two or and if you should be lucky"
n. The eggs enough to see a female nesting,
the male/ stop! Turn off the lights and wait
the temper- for her to back to the sea.
surrounding Flashlights are not recommended
dian of 65 at all either. This also distracts
will emerge the female. Other distractions
hopefully go include loud noises and large


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4 tablespoons mustard
3 tablespoons lemon juice
1 tablespoon apple juice
V2 teaspoon garlic powder
.14 teaspoon onion powder
.Y teaspoon white pepper
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Stir together yogurt, mustard,'
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Pour large salad in large bowl. Pour
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cooked vegetables.
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2 tablespoons butter, margarine
or salad oil
teaspoon pepper
22 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon yellow mustard
1 tablespoon flour
S1 egg yolk
/% cup milk
3 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
Melt butter or marganne (or heat
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From a nesting sea turtle. Flashes
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turtles.
Another help that we need
this year is from you. Due to some
of the beach being impassable
because of stormy tides, we are
not able to complete the survey of
nests. If you see any nests or
crawl tracks please contact me at
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Educators will host a reception on
Friday, May 14th, at the
Driftwood Inn, in honor of the
new retirees of the Gulf, County
School System.
This year's five retirees
include Wewahitchka High
School's principal Larry Mathes,
Port St. Joe Elementary School
teacher Pam Jones, Highland
View Elementary instructors
Herman Jones and Barbara Eells,
and Daisy Pittman of the Gulf
County School System Transpor-
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to participate in their fashion,
show. -
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1999 PAGE 7A


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St.~r


(Sheriff's Beat)

GETS FOUR YEARS FOR JUROR
TAMPERING
On Wednesday, May 5th,
Johnny Nobles, 35, of Wewahitch-
ka, was found guilty of tampering
with a juror. This is the second
time Mr. Nobles has been found
guilty of tampering with a juror.
Judge Glenn Hess sentenced
Nobles to 48 months under the
supervision of the Department of
Corrections.
HABITUAL OFFENDER SENTENCED
Thursday, May 6th, Simon
Samuel Hattaway, 26, of Panama
City, was found guilty of burglary,
grand, theft, and possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon. On
May 11th, Judge Glenn Hess sen-
tenced him to 15 years with the
Department of Corrections, as a
habitual offender. Prior to these
charges, Hattaway had been
found guilty of seven felonies and
three misdemeanors.
YOUTH SENT To BOOT CAMP
On Tuesday, May 4th,
Chipper Schleichardt, 18, of Port
St. Joe, pled guilty to charges of
possession of a controlled sub-
stance (L.S.D.) and violation of
probation (grand, theft).
1 Judge Glenn Hess sentenced
him to 36 months under the
Department of Corrections as -a
youthful offender. Schleichardt
will be sent to a boot camp: to
serve out his sentence.
STRONG ARMEDl ROBBERY,
BATTERY SUSPECTS NABBED
S'Sunday, May 9th, at approxi-
mately 4:0,0 a.m., Gulf County
Sheriffs Department: Sergeant
Burt Lanier 'and Deputy Bobby
Plair answered a call in the


Wewahitchka area which reported
that a person was being robbed
and shot at.
The officers located Jeff Hall
at a residence near the intersec-
tion of Highways 22 and 22A. Hall
stated that four individuals had
just robbed him and took several
shots at him as he was walking
down Highway 22.
Several additional officers
were called out and began an
immediate scan of the area in
search of the suspects. Several
hours later, the four were in cus-
tody; one turned himself in to offi-
cers in Wewahitchka, the other..
three turned themselves in at the,
Gulf County Jail:
Those arrested were: Alex
Castor, :20, ..of Kinard charged
with strongarmed rong armed robbery, and
aggravated battery; Kendrick
Gray, 1'8, of Wewahitchka,
charged with being a principal to
armed robbery; Justin Jackson,
20, of Wewahitchka, charged with
aggravated assault and principal
to armed robbery; and Anthony
Hill, 20, of Wewahitchka, charged
with being a principal to armed
robbery, and violation of proba-.
tion (sale of cocaine).
RECENT BOOKINGS AT THE GULF
COUNTY JAIL, ..
Monday, May 3rd-Mark
Kelsoe, Jr., 18, W/M, of Kinard,
battery; Joseph Register, 22,
W/M, of Vernon, violation Of pro-
bation (grand,,.theft); and -Charles
Peterson, 41, B/M, of Port St. Joe,
disorderly conduct.
Wednesday.' My ,5th- :
Johnny Carraso, 33, W/M, of
Texas, aggravated battery.
Thursday, May 6th-Kenny
Bell, 27, B/M, of Tampa, failure to
return leased, property: Ricky
Stepp, 22, W/M, of Chipley, intro-
duction of contraband into a state
prison: Douglas Winston Bailey.


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Myrtice J. "Mema" Wilder
Myrtice J. "Mema" Wilder, 91,
of Port St. Joe, passed away
Wednesday evening, May 5, inia a
local hospital. Born in Pineville,
Louisiana, she moved to Gulf
County in 1941 from Shamrock.
Mrs. Wilder was a homemaker
and a member of the First Baptist
Church of Port St. Joe. She was'
also a member of the 'Bethany
Sunday School Class and the
Inspirations group of First Baptist
Church. M5s. Wilder was chosen
Gulf County Heart Associatons
Person with Hei~tVin' ~83.
She is preceded in death by
her husband, Byron Wilder; son,
*) James A. Wilder; grandson, Rusty
Ramsey; granddaughter, Toni
Wilder: and great-grandson, Andy
Quaglio. ,
Mrs. Wilder is survived by one
son, Byron Walter Wilder arid
wife, Diana of Port St. Joe; four
daughters, 'Louise Parker and
husband, Tom of Port St. Joe;
Irene Ramsey and husband, Will
of Chattahoochee; Betty Fleming
and husband, Bill of Port St. Joe;
and Pat Hidalgo and husband,
Pete of Waverly Hall Georgia; one
sister, Inez Carroll of Tampa; 19 .
grandchildren; 23 great-grand-
children: and one great-great-
grandchild. .
Funeral services for Mrs.
Wilder were conducted Saturday.
May 8. at 11:00 a.m. ET at the
First Baptist Church with Rev.
Allen Welborn officiating. Inter-
ment followed at Holly Hill
Cemetery. Mrs. Wilder's grand-
sons served as active pallbearers.
Honorary, pallbearers were the
deacons of First Baptist Church
of Port St. Joe.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to the
First Baptist Church of Port St.
S Joe.

Daisy Connell Brogdon
Daisy Connell Brogdon. 86, of
Wewahitchka, passed away
Thursday, May 6, in'a Panama
City hospital. Daisy was preceded
in death by her parents, Roy and
Annie May Connell, and one
daughter, Sheila. and a brother,
Jack. :
Daisy leaves to cherish her
memory two sons< Charles W.
PBrogdon of Hollywood. California..


and Danny C. Brogdon and wife
,Opal of Wewahitchka: three:
grandchildren, Ashley Brogdon,
and husband .Gary, Brogdon
Gettman of Boise Idaho. and.
Clyde Dillard and brother Scott;
two sisters, Nell Bandjough and
Ida Lister, both of Wewahitchka;
and a very special niece, Bunny
Bandjough of Bristol; a special
niece and friend, Lela Hilton of
Panama City and several other
nieces and nephews.
Graveside funeral services
were Ifeld 'at 2:0 pim. CT on
Saturday, May 8, at Jehu
Cemetery, with Rev. John Kramer
officiating.
All services were under, the
direction of Comforter Funeral,
Home, Wewahitchka- branch
chapel. ,

Fumio Hirahara
Fumio Hirahara, 75, of
Carson City. Nevada, passed
away Monday evening, May 10; in
Washoo Nledical Center sur-
rounded by, loved ones. He was
born and farmed in Watsonville,
California. u ntil retiring in 1991,
moving then'to Carson City.
Mr. Hirahara is survived by
.his wife. Mavis (Buttz) 'Hirahara,
of Carson City, Nevada; seven sis-
ters, Eiko and Yoshiko 'Nishihara;
Sumako AbeC ; Akiko Nagai;
Wakako Tanikawa: Masako
Matano: Emiko Hirano: one.sis-
ter-in-law. Nancy Hirahara: four
brothers. Satoshi Hirahara.
Kagsuji Hirahara. Ben Hirahara
and Thomas Hirahara: sLx chil-
dren. Jesse Hirahara of Missouri:
Janis Hirahara of Elk Grove.".
California: Frank Hirahara ofi
Missouri; Lorie Hirahara of
,Hayward.. California. Keith
:, Hirahara of Riverside. California.
and Michael Hirahara of San
Jose, California; one step-daugh-
ter, Melissa Ramsey of Port St.,
Joe; 11 grandchildren; two step-:
grandchildren; and numerous'
nieces, 'nephews,. cousins. and
beloved friends.
Traditional funeral sermces
for Mr. Hirahara will be conduct-
ed at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May
15,, at the South Hill Community
Church in ,San ,Jose, California,
with Pastor Dempster' officiating.
A Japanese service will be held at
the Watsonville Buddhist Temple
at a later date.


On, Wednesday, May 5th, at
approximately 10:30 a.m.,
Edward E. Nobles, 38, of
Wewahitchka. was arrested by
Port St. Joe Police 'Department
Sergeant Butch Arendt 'on an
active warrant for violation of pro-
bation.
According to information
received, Nobles was placed on
probation for sale of cocaine (sec-
ond degree felony) on March 9th.
Nobles was tested for the pres-
ence of illegal drugs and alcohol.
the results of the test was positive
for both-which are in violation of
two conditions of his probation.
TEST REVEALS PROBATION
VIOLATION


65, of Wewahitchka, driving while
license suspended or revoked;
Douglas L. Gilley, 36, W/M, of
Port St. Joe, child, support; and
Roy Lowery, 31, *W/M, of
Wewahitchka, failure to appear
(no' valid driver's license).
Friday .May 7th-Ronnie
Morgan, 44, W/M, of Wewahitch-
ka, violation of injunction for pro-
tection.
Saturday, May 8th-William
McCann, 34, W/M, of Wewahitch-
ka, sexual battery, introduction of
contraband into a county jail.
Sunday, May 9th-Steven
.Rardin, 26, W/M of Callaway, vio-
lation of : probation (failure to
return rental property).


(PSJPD Report)

VIOLATES PROBATION


Just as the rtorning began on
Sunday, May 9th, Charles L.
Peterson, 41, of Port St. Joe. was
arrested by Officer Chris Teeter
for violating his 'conditional
release .
According to information
received, Peterson was intoxicated.
and was placed under arrest for
violating his conditional release.
At the Gulf County Jail. Peterson
w'as asked to submit to a breath
test, Peterson refused.
PROPERTY CLEAN-UP SLow
Monday, May 10th. eRichard
Boddye appeared in court before
Judge Knight in regard to \iolat-
ing his probation. The judge
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At about 2:30 p.m. on May 5, lound that Boaddve naa. n iact.
Willerea Royster, 37, of Port St. violated his probation by failing to
Joe, was arrested by Officer Ross comply with the court s order to
Yowell onr an active warrant for clean up his property. and for fail-
violation of probation. '" g to pay his probauon fees.
According to information Boddye was given nine days
received, Royster was placed on in the ,county jail, his probation
probation for sale of cocaine (sec- e. extended six months. and he was,
ond degree felony) on June 2, given until June 17th to cdrrect ;:
1998. Royster was tested for the the .problem. Judge Knight
presence of illegal drugs. The informed Boddye that if he did not ,
result of the test was positive for correct the problem that he would
cocaine-which is in violation of a, have no other choice but to give
condition of her probation. the city the authority to come in
Tw PROBATIONULEBROKEN, and, clean up his propertY and
Two PROBATION RULES BROKEN place a lien on it.
Friday. May 7th, 'at about'
4:30 p.m., Christopher 'A.
Stembridge, 27, of Mexico Beach, (
was arrested by Sergeant Troy Beach PD Log
Simmons on an active warrant for
violabon of probation.
According to Sergeant ACTIVITY REPORTFOR MAY 3RD
Simmons' report, Stembridge was To MAY 10TH
on probation .for attempting to ,, During the past week. the
purchase cocaine.He violated "his '?" Me.,dco 'Beach Police Department
probation by testing, positive for., answered,-126 calls for senice,
the use of cocaine; and failure to'- inviiestigated two assaults, one
perform required public service theft, and no burglaries.
hours. r throughout the same period,
DIDN'T SHOW FOR COURT the department had no reports of,
Also on the 7th, at; approxi- traffic'crashes, but issued 24 traf-
mately 8:30 p.m., Michael P. fic warnings and six traffic cita-
tions .
Devlin, Jr., 23, of Gulf County,
was arrested by Officer Glenn During this same period, offi-
Noms on three active warrants. cers made the following six
Officer Norris' report states that arrests:
Devlin failed to appear to answer Joseph L. Peek, of Mexico'
for charges of driving with no Beach, was charged with battery,
Valid driver license and two on Friday, May 7th, by Ptim. Burt
counts of DUI (property dam- Himmer.
age/personal'injury). 'Three Port St. Joe male juve-
CONDITIONAL RELEASE BROKEN niles were charged on Friday, May


7th. with possession of an alco-
holic beverage by a person under
21 years of age. by Ptlm. Himmer.
*Christopher Dixon. of
Thomasville. Georgia, was
charged with possession of :an
alcoholic beverage by a person
under 21 years of age. bv Lt. Brad
Hall on Sunday, May 9th.
*On Sunda,. MaY 9th, Lt.


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Cairo, Georgia, with giving alco-
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age 21.


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Trio Joins the Retired Ranks of FCPC
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retired effective April 1st, following 32 years of service. After 30 years of employment, Jackie D.
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PAGE 8A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1999


I had the very real pleasure
last week of having my in-laws Bob
and Lou come visit for a few days.
My mother-in-law was alsojoined
by her brother John and his son
Craig who came up from Ft. Myers.
Lou and her brother John are both
stroke survivors, and the people
here in the Panhandle made me so
proud of the way they treated them
during their stay here in Mexico
Beach.
The fishing is finally getting
back into gear. Dropping water,
lower water temperatures, and a
constant blowing wind made fish-
ing difficult for a few days, but the
times they are a-changing.
Freshwater continues to focus
on bream and shellcracker beds.
Wigglers are the best bet, but a lot
of crickets have been dunked this
week. Folks on Lake Wimico and
along Howard's Creek keep pretty
quiet about the fishing in their
area. I've learned that the quieter
they get, the better the fishing is.
Stop in at Howard's Creek Mart for
info and bait.
The Hastys at Shiner Diner
have been busy keeping folks sup-
plied with bait. More beds are
being found every day and next
month's full moon 'should have-
them all bedding and biting. Chris
says the bass are still; near the
shallows and ;hitting topwaters
real well.
.Jack Wingate on Lake
Seminole reports the "crackers are
bedding big time in the sloughs
and feeder creeks, and some nice
bass are being boated early and
late." The phenomenal start this
year at Seminole has only slowed
when wind and weather have kept
boaters, at home.
Fishing biologists are still.
uncertain as to. why Seminole has
had such a very dramatic. turn-
around. Two serious floods, then
extremely vlow water conditions,
then La Nina-whatever combina-
tion is responsible does not matter.'
The Big 'Nole is back in first class
shape.
Bay fishing just gets better.
Presnell's guides are getting limits
for clients nearly every trip and
lots of redfish are being boated by
trout anglers. Top waters are still
doing extremely well and Top Dogs
in pink or red are still hot.
Several days ago a guide from
Presnells f6und.a dying trout with
a mullet lodged 'in its throat. The
.mullet weighed over a pound, and
.the trout was nearly eight. Big


bait, big fish, big fun.
Sunday, a friend Luke Daniel
and a buddy fished an incoming
tide in St. Joe Bay and boated 24
or more. The 12 they kept aver-
aged three pounds or better. Both
fished floating Mirror-Lures with
spinners. The noisier the better
they said in drawing strikes. When
the tide turned, though, the bite
stopped cold. Fish moving water
whenever possible.
More Spanish have returned
this week and some really nice
ones near four pounds are being
caught. The cobia are still slow in
showing, but as waters clear and
temperatures rise, the run should
start soon in earnest. When surf
conditions'permit, whiting and a
few pompano are being caught.
Some of the whiting are one to two
pounds. Most are caught on peeled
shrimp or pompano jigs.
Offshore fishing has brought
in nice grouper and snapper and
the first reports of dolphins and
blackfin tuna. These tuna made an
appearance several years ago and
last year quite a few of them were
boated. These speedy and tasty
fish are a welcome addition to our
varied bag of. fish. Surprisingly,
many of these fish were caught in
only 60 to 80 feet depths on public
..numbers.
I was worried as to how two
stroke survivors would fare along
the beaches. The goodwill and gen-
uine care shown by our communi-
ties, though, made for an enjoy-
able visit.
Charlie Kent and crew at the
Buena Vista Motel accommodated
them in :grand fashion. Requests
for phones, shower ,seats, easier
sliding screens for the patio doors
were met with "Be glad to and it'll
only take a minute or two." We
dined onei evening at Butler's on
the Bay, and stayed surrounded
by a bevy of friendly 'girls who
made the meal ,memorable.
Toucan's also, treated us royally
and made everyone comfortable.
Everywhere we went people
went out of their way to speak,
hold doors, and simply smile and
say hello. They were so taken with
our beautiful area and the genuine
hospitality of the people that they
are considering relocating here
.'permanently. If that happens, I'll
hunt down every last one of, you
nice people, no mattgr,e howijong it,
takes, and bring my mother-in-law
over and let. her redecorate your
house for a while.


Six Gulf Countians Qualify for State
The Gulf County 4-H Horse' Gulf County had sL\ 4-Hers to and Anna Tankers]
Club participated in the Area A 4- qualify for state competition ,Division", Christop
H horse show on April 23rd and which will be held in Tampa on Katina O'B'ran.
24th in Marianna at the Jackson July 7 to 10. Qualifiers from Gulf Stoppelbein State
Agricultural Center. Fifty three 4- County were: "Senior Division". ,will be held at the fa
Hers participated from the 13 Lindsey .Carter, JulIe Faircloth. Tampa.


counties represented at the show.

Date Changed Fof
Diabetic Support Group,
The Diabetic Support Group's
meeting date has been changed
for May. It will be held on May 24,
at 10:30 a.m. at the Port St. Joe
Senior Center instead' of the last
Monday which would be Memorial
Day and a holiday. This support
group is free to the public. Please
call 229-8466 if you have any
questions.


4-H
ley; "Junior
her Acree.
and Tim
competition
irgrounds in


Sunrise Care Wewahitchka
Center Celebrates Outreach on 20th
16th Anniversarv "Outreach" will be conducted
Sin Wewahitchka on Thursday,


Sunrise, of Bay, St. Joseph
S-Care Center of 220, 9th Street,
Invites everyone to their 16th
anniversary open house on
Friday, May 14, from 2:00 until
5:00 p.m. Drop.by and help them
celebrate their" dedicated service
to the elderly. Cake and punch
will be served.


May 20th. at Rich's IGA beginning
around 10 a.m. The staff from the
Gulf County Senior Citizens
Center will be passing out
brochures and giving out infor-
,mation about the many services
available to seniors, age 60 and
over, by the Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association, Inc.


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Lee Welsh, Trev Simmons, Johnny Brooks, Brian Gore,
Walter Wiggins, and Heath Cooper brought in this fine catch
on Tuesday of last week, while fishing aboard the "Charisma"
with Captain Chuck Guilford and deck hand John Lee.
This Week's Fishing Report
for May 2nd through May 9th
The weather was good the first three days of the past week
and fishing was even better. The ling were scattered, but a few
nice ones were caught; some in deep water and some near the
beach.
The best fishing was near the beaches or just past the first
sand bar. Whiting, pompano, and sea trout were all hungry.
Offshore fishing is still producing great catches of scamp,
grouper, and red snapper. Wahoo, dolphin, and blackfin tuna
are still surprising us when we least expect it. The amberjack
are beginning to move in a little closer.
"Good Luck, Good Fishing" Charisma Charters
Captain Chuck Guilford, Captain Danny Tankersley,
Captain Ron Miller and Captain Bobby Guilford


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St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club Sponsors Golf Clinic
The St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club will host a summer golf clin-
ic for boys and girls ages eight to
14. The clinic begins on June 7
and continues until June 25 from
9:00 until 10:30 Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Stop by and sign up at the
Pro Shop (call the Pro Shop at
227-1751) by June 1. There will
be no charge.
If you have any clubs, bring
them. Some clubs will be fur-,
nished. The maximum number of
applicants for the clinic is 30.
Only the first 30 applicants will be
accepted.

"Spring Fling

by theBay'9
Highland View Elementary
will host "Spring Fiji ig by the Bay"
on Friday. May 2 1st. on the
grounds of the school from 9:00
a.m. until 2:00 p.m. (ET). Stu-
dents will be treated to "show and
tell" events, career awareness
actiuies. and other enjoyable
experiences.
Also feature that day will be a
special "Alumni Hour" featuring a
homecoming ceremony at 12:45
p.m., ET. Persons who have earli-
er attended the school are invited
and encouraged to attend and
visit with your "old school" and
former principals, superinten-
dents, teachers, and fellow class-
mates.

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Gators Advance to Final Four with Win- Tuesday



Gators Advance to Final Four with Win Tuesday


Gators Make A Run For State!
With Tuesday's win, the Wewahitchka High School Gators baseball team [inset] have earned a
w trip to the "Final" Four at Legends Field in Tampa. Champ Traylor is shown tagging the plate with
the winning run in last Friday night's Region Semi-Final game against Baker.



Sharks Are Edged Out of


WEWA 2, MAYO LAFAYETTE 1
TUESDAY, MAY 11
The Wewahitchka Gators
have earned a return trip to the
Final-Four Championship Series
for the first time since the Gators'
1988 appearance, when they were
defeated by Miami Westminster
Christian 11-8 in the Class A
State Championship game. The
Gators' 2-1 victory over Mayo
Lafayette (22-9) in Tuesday's
regional final gave Wewahitchka a'
berth to Legends Field, home of.
the New York Yankees spring
ralning. in Tampa to \%e for the
Class 2A crown and their first
ever baseball title.
Wewahitchka (23-7) will face
American Heritage (23-10), a 4-3
winner over King's Academy in 10
irnirngs. on Monday, May 17 at
1:00 p.m. ET. North Florida
Christian (21-11) will face Fort
Lauderdale Westminster Academy
(31-2) at 8:00 p.m. ,ET. The win-
ners %will square off at 8:00 p.m.
on Tuesday, May 18 for the Class
2A Championship game at Leg-'


Sharks to Host Jamboree


The Port St. Joe Shark, foot-
ball team will host a five team fall
jamboree Friday. May 21 starting
at 6:30,,ET., Apalachicola, Carra-
, elle, Blountstown, Quincy Mon-
,roe and Port St. Joe will partici-
pate In the five quarter game.
The Sharks will play quarter
four against Quincy Monroe and
quarter five against Carrabelle.
Tickets will be $3 for adults and


Sthe State Play-offs by NFC PSJ Softbal Loses


PORT ST. JOE 0, NORTH FL. 3
TUESDAY, MAY 11
- Port St. :Joe could not get
their offense going in Tuesday
night's regional final as they suf-
fered a 3-0 loss to North Florida
Christian. North: Florida led off
the top of the fifth with a.double
into deep right center, and fol-
lowed with a RBI single two bat-
ters later to take a 1-0 lead. The
Eagles added two more runs ins
the sixth on three singles for a 3-
0 lead.
-We played good defense, and
Ashley pitched a great ball game,
but we didn't swing the bat," said
Coach Watford. "Koran Peters
played great in center field."
Ashley allowed only two
earned rdYA on five hitqs.-,nd one
walk to record it"lo _r the
Sharks. He struc t'?Ct en bat-
ters in his seven innings on the
mound.
Brett Lowry had a double,
while .Jim Faison. Matt Terry and
Ashley Stephens. each added a
single for the Sharks on offense.
"I don't know how it affected
us as a team having James out.
He has been our hottest hitter (six
for eight in the last two games)."
said Watford.
"We played well and got beat
by a good team."
NFC 00 0 1 2 0- 3 5 1
PSJ 000 000 0- 0 41


Ryan Stephens struck out
six batters and recorded his
ninth victory of the season
Friday night against Jay.


The Sharks congratulate each other following their win over Jay.


Shortstop Ashley Stephens flips the ball to Matt Terry for the
fnrce, nut at enond hbase


PORT ST. JOE 4, JAY 2
FRIDAY, MAY 7
..Jacob ITankersley singled 'in
Matt Terry, who led off the top of
the eighth with a single, and
James Daniels, who singled,,
scored on a passed ball to give
Port St. Joe a 4-2 victory in Fri-
day's regional semi-final game
against Jay. Thd Sharks struck
first when Daniels singled in the
second inning and later scored on:
Ashley Stephens' ground out for ai
1-0 lead. Jay answered with thiee
consecutive singles In 'the bottom
half of the inning to tie the game
at 1-1.
Jay took a 2-1 lead in the
sixth inning when they followed
up a double with a single to,score
one run. Ashley Stephens', who
reached on a walk, scored on' Matt
Caswell's single in the top of the
seventh to send Port St. Joe into
extra innings tied up at 2-2.
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fie held Jay to two earned runs, on
seven hits 1 and three walks.
Stephens struck out six batters in
his eight innings on the mound
for the Sharks.
James Daniels went three for
four with three singles to lead
Port St. Joe at the plate. Matt
Caswell and Jacob Tankersley
each had a RBI single, while Matt
Terry, Ryan Stephens and Brett
Lowry each added a single for the.
the Sharks (23-9).
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JAY 01 0 0 1 0 O-- 27 3


,PORT ST. JOE 3, FREEPORT 14
The Port St. Joe Lady Sharks
could not overcome a 9-0 deficit
after one inning of play as
Report went on to winr 14-3 rin;
five Innings in Thursday's region
semni-final game. Freeport added
four more runs in the bottom of
the second Inning to extend their
lead to 13-0. The Lady Sharks
scored two runs in the top of the
third inning and ,one in the
fourth.
Bonnie Belin (19-6) gave up
seven earned runs on three hits
and three walks in one-third of an
inning to record the loss on the
mound for Port St. Joe. Katie Kl-
bourn allowed seven earned runs
on six hits and four walks in her
three and two-thirds innings of
relief. ........... -
Julie Lahford' went. two: f.or
, three to lead Port St. Joe at the
"-plate. Bonnie Belin had a double
and two RBI, and Courtney Lenox
added a RBI single. Megan John-
son, Lacey Johnson, Katie Kil-
bourn and Neikole Royster each
added a single for the, Lady
Sharks.
Port St. Joe finished the sea-
son with a 20-8 record.
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Lacey Johnson Is
Tack All-Stateri
S LaceyJohnson placed third in
the pole vault to earn All-State
honors in the Class 2A Girls'
Track & Field State In Gainesville.
The 4 x 800 relay team, Jessi-
ca Hill, Latrika Quinn, Melissa
King and Maclain Howse; placed
ninth for the Lady Sharks' track
team.

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The Sharks return six offen-
sive starters and six defensive
starters off last year's team.

Lady Gators Lose
WEWA 0, JAY 10
THURSDAY, ,MAY, 6 ; ..
The Wewahitchka Gators
Lady Gators fell 10-0 to Jay in
Thursday's regional ,semi-final
game. Jay .combined nine, hits
with seven Lady Gators errors for
a five inning victory.
Judith Husband (14-13) gave
up 10 runs on nine hits and,
struck out six batters to record
the loss on the mound' for
Wewahitchka. :
Kristen' Jones and Judith
Husband each had one hit to
account for both of the Lady
Gators hits.
"I was disappointed of the
way we lost, not so much because
we lost," said Coach Fortner. "Jay
was a better ball team than us,
but they were not that much bet-
ter."
"Overall, I was pleased with
our season. We had a good year
despite the fact we were young
and inexperienced."
WEWA OO0 00 0 2 7
JAY ',33 1'" -10 "0'


ends Field.
Dave Davis (11-4) gave up two
hits to, the first two batters he
faced, a lead off single and a RBI
double, before settling down to
shut-out-Mayo over the rest of the
ball game to pick up his 11th vic-
tory of the season. Davis allowed
one earned run on three hits and
two walks. He struck out six bat-
ters in his seven innings on the
mound for the Gators, three of
them in the bottom of the seventh
inning when he retired the side.
"Dave threw a heck of a ball
game and our infield played excel-
lent behind him," said Coach
Grantham. "He only threw 70
pitches and struck out the side in
the seventh."
Wewahitchka trailed 1-0
through four innings of play
before scoring two runs in the top
of the fifth inning to take a 2-1.
lead. Josh Mauldin led off the
winning with a strike' out, but"
'reached first when tlie ball got
away from' Mayo's catcher. Two


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batters later, Dave Davis drew a
walk to put runners on first and
second. Philip Hall hit a two out
single between first and second to
score P.J. Addison, who was
pinch running for Mauldin, to
bring the game to a 1-1 tie.
Chamnp Traylor walked to load the
bases for Brandon Jones, who
singled in Davis. Hall was thrown
out at the plate on Jones' hit to
end the inning.
Jones went two for three with
a RBI to lead the Gators at the
plate. Philip Hall had a RBT single.
while Champ Traylor and Blake
Rish each added a single for
Wewahitchka.
"It feels great to be heading to
the. Final-Four. Our kids played
another hard fought ball game.
Now we just need to play hard to
win two more," said Coach
Grantham.
"We really appreciate every-
thing that our fans did to help us.
There were about 150 Gator fans
at the ball game."
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WEWA 1, BAKER 0
FRIDAY, MAY 7
Champ Traylor. scored on a
* passed ball in the top of the
eighth inning to liftWewahitchka
to a 1-0 victory over Baker in Fri-
day's. region semi-final game.
Traylor reached on a walk, Bran-
don Jones followed with a walk,
Traylor tagged up and went to
third on a deep fly ball by Kelly
Forehand.
Dave Davis: (10-4) gave up
three hits, one walk and struck
out seven in his seven innings on
the mound' for the Gators. Bran-
don Jones, struck out, one and
shut down Baker in the bottom of
the eighth inning for the save.
"It was a great game all
around, both teams made some
great plays in the outfield," said
Coach Grantham.
Champ Traylor. Tripp Atchi-
son, Josh Mauldin and Blake
Rish each had singles for the
Gators.
"We hit the ball hard, but
Baker just made the plays. We
only struck ,out four times. Dave
and Brandon showed a lot of guts
out there on the mound, and
Chris White made two nice plays
in right field." Grantham conclud-
ed.
SEWA 0 00 000 0 1-1 4, 1
BHS 0. 0 0 0.OO,-- 30 Q 1


THP QTR -POR S. JE. L oTHUSDY. AY 3. 99


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1999


"AND THE BEAT GOES ON"


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there is now a virtual war going on to search it out and '
control it. Everybody's taking part in the hunt, not just
your physician. Today, dentists, nurses, optometrists *
and many others are taking blood pressures as a
matter of routine.
Don't be caught "high." If you have not had your a
blood pressure checked recently, you should make A
arrangements to do so soon. There are many places you
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Hold Matches Sat.


The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
three separate .22 rimfire rifle
benchrest matches on Saturday
morning, May 15th, starting at
9:30. Registration and setup will
start at 9:00. The range will be
open for practice and sight-in
until 9:00.
The first match, an ARA
(American Rimfire Association)
match, will start at 9:30. This is a
precision benchrest5 match con-
sisting of 25 shots fired at a target
placed 50 yards from the firing
line. There are no restrictions on
rifle weight, scope power. or cost
of .22 rimfire ammunition. The
total possible score is 2.500;
points.
The second match will be a
modified IR, 50/50 match. This
match also consists of 25 shots
fired at a target 50 yards from the
firing line. A target with a possible
score of 250 points is used for this
match.
This match has a restriction
of rifle weight of 3.5 pounds and a
scope power setting of 6.5 power.
Also, the cost of ammunition can-
not exceed S2.00 per box of 50
rounds. Most any good squirrel
rifle would be suitable for this
match.
The third match will be

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another IR 50/50 match, but with
several changes in permissible
limits of equipment. Rifle weight
limit is 10.5 pounds and there are
no limits on scope power or
ammunition cost. Scores should
be much higher in this match. All
.22 rifle shooters are invited to go
out and shoot in these matches.
Last Saturday, the club held
its monthly .22'rimfire bullseye
pistol and hunter pistol metallic
silhouette matches. Robert Gay
won the Bullseye match with a
score of 824-17x. Bobby Gay was
second with 785-12x and Dale
Marshall was third with 709-9x.
The silhouette match was
won by Bobby Gay with a score of
20 targets. Robert Gay was sec-
ond with 14 and Ralph Roberts
was third with 13 targets.

St. Joe Stars
Challenge Fellas
to "Slug-a-Thon"
The St. Joe Stars, a 14 arid
under tournament team,'will host
a "Slug-A-Thon" on Saturday.
May 22nd. beginning at 10;30
p.m., at the Eighth Street ball
complex. The girls on the team
will be asking persons in the area
to sponsor their efforts. Please
support the team!
In announcing the "Slug-A-
Thon" the female team members
have issued a challenge to all
boys-to step up to the plate and
hit their pitch Batters can pur-,
chase the right to take a cut at 10
balls for $10.
Prizes will be awarded to the
boys with the most hits competing
in age groups as follows-16 land
under; 14 and under; 12 and
under; and 10 and under. A
bonus will be given for all balls
that are hit out of the park!
Additionally, the team will be
holding a hamburger cook-out so
you can eat while you wait for
your turn to stroke the ball. or if-
you're not a competitor you can
snack on one while you watch.
All contributions will be
greatly appreciated. For more
information, please call Ed 14ill at
647-8417 or Michele Quintana at
227-1873.


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Port St. Joe High School's track and field team claimed its sixth straight state title. Shown sitting are: Tremaine Lewis, Travis Woullard.
Coach Scott Gowan, Davin Baxter and Kyron Bailey. Second Row: Coach Keith Chiles, Mario Swanston, Rod Chambers, Bonjour Hill, Coach
Ben McCroan. Top: Tyler Lane, Adam White, Rod Givens, Alex Hernandez, Josh Todd, Jerell Showers.


Sharks Win 6th Sl


Last Friday, the Port St. Joe
High School boys' track and field
team traveled to Gainesville where
they competed in the FHSAA
Class 2A Track and Field State
Meet. This season, the" Sharks
had won both the district and
region titles and were looking to
extend their state championship
streak to six straight.
The first event of the day was
the discus. Senior Davih, Baxter
and sophomores Travis Woullard
and Tremaine Lewis would be
representing the Sharks. When
the competition was completed,
the team had taken the lead in
the meet with 17 points. Woullard
placed second. (156'9"j,. followed
by Baxter in third (149'3") and
Lewis. sixth (143'2"j. '
The next event of the day wes
the shot put. The Sharks picked
up 12 more points as Woullard
placed first with a school record
toss of 56'0". Lewis placed sev-
enth with a new personal best of
46'8.5".
The next event was the pole
vault. Representing the team was
sophomores Josh Todd and Alex
Hernandez. Todd entered th.e
meet with a personal record of
13'6" and undefeated in 1999. His
performance was the top vault in
the state in 2A competition.
Hernandez had recorded '

Sluggers Step
Up For Tryouts
Tryouts for the 1999 St. Joe
Sluggers will be held on Saturday.
May 15, at 3:00 at the Tenth
Street ball park. '
All girls age 13 and 14 are
invited to try out for the team. The
:coaches for this year's team are
'Darryl Parker and Denise
Strickland.

Football Meeting,
Little League Football. Inc.
has issued notice of a meeting to
be held on Thursday. May 13th.
at the Stac House beginning at-
8:00 p.m., ET.
This meeting 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.


personal best of 11'0" during the
season. When the competition
was over, Todd had scored two
more points for the team as he
placed seventh with an effort of
12'6". Hernandez finished in 13th
place with an effort of 11'0".
Kyron Bailey represented the
team in the high jump. His per-
sonal best entering the meet was
6'0". He ended up in tenth place
with a performance of 5'10".
At the conclusion of the field
events and the 4x800 relay, the
Sharks were leading Maclay High
School by a score of 31-13.
Seniors Rod Chambers and
Mark Williams competed In the
110 hurdles. They combined for
eight points as Chambers finished
fourth (15.32) and Williams took
sixth (15.49).
Port St. Joe was now leading
Macla'y 39-13.
In the 1600 meters, junior
Rod Givens established a new-
school record as he placed first
with a time of 4:25.18.
Maclay would have two run-
ners combine for 13 points in this
event, so Port St. Joe's lead closed
to 49-26. Maclay's runners placed
eighth in the 4x800' relay, scoring
one point and bringing the gap to
49-26.
Mario Swanston represented
the team in the 400 meters, enter-
ing the race with a personal
record of 51.8. At the finish line,
he took seventh, established a
new personal best time of 51.65,
. arid claimed two more points for
the .Sharks (51)-still leading
Maclay (33).
After the 300 hurdles' results
were in, 13 more points were
added to the team's standings
when Williams took second
(40.22) and Chambers crossed
the line fourth (41.47). Chamber-s
was leading the race. as he
approached the third hurdle, but
came down over the hurdle off
balance and struggled to finish.,
The points standings then stood
at 64-34. Port St. Joe a good
stride ahead of Maclay.
Givens returned to the line for
the Sharks in the 3200 meters,
knowing that If he placed at least
second in the race the Sharks
were assured of a team champi-
onship. He proceeded to win the
race. setting a new school and
state record with a time of
9:51.69. Entering the final event,
the Sharks led Maclay 74-51.
After the difficulty in the hur-
dles, Chambers was unable to


straight State Title
compete in the 4x400, so'fresh- thank David Whitfield and Kin
man alternate Jerell Showers ran Thomas and the Physical Therap
in his place.' Swanston led off with staff at Gulf Pines: Rick William
a time of 52.2; which when com- and the staff at Tallahasse
bined with the pace of Bonjour Orthopedic Clinic; the parents c
Hill (52.5), Williams (54.41. and our athletes: my assistant coach
Showers (55.4) totaled a 3:34.66 s, Keith Chiles and ,Be]
eighth place finish, and another McCroan; and senior Roi
point onto the team's score. Chambers. Rod began running


When the final tally was com-
plete, Port St. -Joe had scored 75
points and won its sixth straight
state championship in track and
field. The Sharks were trailed
throughout the meet by second
place finisher Maclay (61), Trinity
Prep (58). North Florida Christian
(44) and FAMU (41).
"We really had a great meet!
.We had seven athletes record 10.
new personal bests; 10 athletes
earn 17 All-State honors; two ath-
letes set three school records as
they won their events; and Rod
Givens set a hew state record!"
said Coach Scott Gowan.,
"I would like to thank every-
one who supported us throughout
the season and made this win
possible. I would like to especially


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was a member of our state chamn-
pion teams all six years. He joins
former athletes Desmond Quinn
and Keion McNair as six year ath-
letes," Gowan added.



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Bixler Gives Kiwanis

Club a Tobacco Warning


County Red Cross "Volunteer of the Year"


Future


Citizens

Photos Furnished by Interpress Studios


Sean, 11 years,
Brandon, nine
years, and'
Cheyenne, 5
1/2 years, chil-
dren of Sean
and Fonda
Chehardy of
Port St,.Joe.





Heather Davis,
nine year old
daughter of
Patrice and
Heather Davis
of Wewahitchka: '.








'..4 Katie Nobles. 14
S ...n month old
daughter of
.Bobby and Kim.n
Nobles of Port
St. Joe.





Brandon, four "
years, and
Ashleigh, one
year, children of -
Brad asid
LaDonna Price
of Port St. Joe S
Beach.


your fellow residents of Gulf
pCounty, please contact the
I


Central Panhandle Chapter at
747-8528 in Panama City.


Marion Simmour
Recently Given
Highest Award
Marion Simmons recent
was awarded the American Re
Cross Disaster Volunteer of LI-
Year for Gulf County Award. Thh
award is the highest given by th
Red Cross chapter for disaster
assistance services performed a
the county level.
According to Kehnet
Jarman, Executive Director of th
Central Panhandle Chapter of th
American Red Cross. "Simmons I
among the most energetic, an
community minded residents (
Gulf County. Throughout'.he
more than five years of Red Cros
volunteer efforts. Marion ha
assisted many local area' resi
dents with a cheerful smile, a car
Ing hand, and a heart of.'pur
gold. Regardless of the nature c
the need, be it mass care or''faml
ly services functions, she, ha
always been a stalwart of dedica
ULon and commitment the likes c
which we seldom see."
As hurricane season ap-
proaches, the American Red
Cross has begun a recruitment
drive to find additional volunteer
like Marion. If you care to hel



Jacksonville
Arizona Chemical, a company
of International Paper, ha
announced its decision to relocate
the company's global headquar
ters from Panama City t
Jacksonville. Other communities
in addition to Panama City and
Jacksonville, that Arizona
Chemical considered for reloca
tion, were Savannah and Atlanta
Georgia.
"We did not make this deci
sion lightly," said Larry J. Stowell
vice president-Arizona Chemical
"The decision came only afte
careful consideration of both the
needs of the business and the
Impact It has on all our employee:
worldwide. We .recognize anm
appreciate the outstanding world
employees have done throughout
the years at our present globa
headquarters., and fully realize
the, impact this important decl
Ssion has on these employees and
their families."
Stowell added,. "The decision
also does not detract from the
admiration the company has for


Wins Arizona C

y he Panama City community or
s any other communities that we
e considered. It is based on the
- strategic business needs of our'
o newly expanded Arizona Chemical
5, that is resulting from the ,merger
d of International Paper and Union
a rCamp."
- According to Stowell, the
, exact number of employees relo-
cating and the date of the reloca-
t- on have not yet been deter-
m, mined; however, the transition
I. planning will begin immediately.
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GCCC's Dental
Assisting Program
Now Is Accredited
The Commission on Dental
Accreditation has announced that
Gulf Coast Community College's
program in dental assisting is
accredited by the Commission on
Dental Accreditation and has
been granted the accreditation
status of approval.
The commission Is a special-
ized accrediting body recognized
by the United States Department
of Education.
This rigorous accreditation
process takes place every seven
years and the Dental Assisting
Program at Gulf Coast
Community College has again met
the stringent criteria for full
accreditation.
.The program at GCCC is the
only program in the United States
to have both a traditional and
non-traditional program to
receive full accreditation. The
non-traditional program Is avail-
able not only at the main campus,
but also at three other extended
campuses in Florida.
The Dental Assisting Program
can be completed in as little as 10
months and can be taken full-
time or part-time. For more infor-
mation. call Craig Wise at (850)
913-3311.


chemical's New Headquarters


Jacksonville is presently the
headquarters of Union Camp's
chemical division, which becomes
part of Arizona Chemical with the
completion of the merger.
The relocation announcement
has no effect on Arizona
Chemical's manufacturing plant
in Panama City. A decision
whether or not to relocate the
technology center, located adja-
cent to the plant, will be made in
the near future.


Arizona Chemical has nine
plants in the U.S. and seven in
Europe. The company is a lead-
ing, global supplier of pine chem-
icals for the adhesives. Inks and
coatings, lubricants, plastics and
chewing gum markets.
Arizona Chemical also has
research and development capa-
bilities and a network of sales
offices worldwide, including an
office in Hong Kong. The company
employs more than 2.000 people.


International Paper Completes Merger With Union Camp
On April 30, International presence in the chemical market on the strengths of both compa-
Paper and Union Camp merged, by joining forces with the chemi- nies as we create one team, dedi-
creating ah influential force in cal business of Union Camp. cated to success."
paper and forest products indus- "International Paper and
try. Together they employ nearly Union Camp combined have 200
]100.000 people. have operations years of strength and excellence Arizona Chemical is currently
Sn nearly 50 countries and serve in the paper and forest products globally headquartered in
customers in more than 130 industry." said John Dillon, Panama City, along with its
- .nations. With the merger.-Arizona Chairman and Chief Executive largest plant. TwIvo other .Florida
SChemical, a company of Officer of International Paper. "We manufacturing sites are located in
International Paper, increases its honor this heritage and will rely Pensacola and Port St. Joe.


"If you are in a room with a
smoker all day long, you get the
effect of smoking three ciga-
rettes," speaker Rachel Bixier told
the Kiwanis Club Tuesday, at its
regular meeting.
Bixler, a student at Faith
Christian School. was announced
as the winner of a student cartoon
program against the use of tobac-
co. sponsored by the Tobacco
Prevention program, according to
the coordinator. Sabrina Burke.
Burke told the Kiwanis mem-
bers that the program attracted
over 300 student entries.
BLixer's address targeted both
smokeless and traditional istes of.
tobacco as both being dangerous
to health.
Using M&M's caridies to illus-
trate her statistics, she demon-
strated the occurence of death
from the use of drugs, alcohol.
suicide, accidents and tobacco.
Tobacco was by fari the wotst
cause of death, contributing to
1,.189 deaths per day, The nearest
second cause was suicide at only
84.a lst of
The speaker ticked off a list of


cancer-causing agents in tobacco.
including arsenic, tar, methane
and many others. She said there
are 4.000 ingredients present in
tobacco which cause cancer.
Smokeless tobacco-chewing
tobacco and snuff-are just as
dangerous. being responsible for
many ugly cancers of the mouth,
gums and throat. She pointed out
that smokeless tobacco is also a
main cause of tooth decay. The
- speaker uted a video. irade -by
professional baseball players to
show the harmful effects of
smokeless tobacco.
Guests of the club were Key
Club members Katie Kilbourn.
Meredith Godfrey. Hamp Terry
and Andy Shoaf.

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


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Commodities Distribution !n Gulf May 18, 20


U.S. Department of Agricul-
ture surplus commodities will be
distributed to eligible area resi-
dents on May 18th and 20th. The
foods will be distributed at the
Washington Improvement Group
(WIG) building, located at 198
Peters Street in Port St. Joe and
the Senior Citizen's Building in
Wewahitchka.
The distribution in Port St.
Joe will be on Tuesday, May 18th,
from 1:00 until 3:00 p.m., ET, and
the distribution in Wewahitchka


will be on Thursday, May 20th,
from 12:00 until 2:00 p.m., CT.
Recipients must have a
current commodity card to receive
their commodities. There will be
no registration at the distribution
centers. Anyone who has
questions concerning their eligi-
bility or would like to sign up
should call 229-9114 or 639-
5068, or stop by the commodity
office in the Gulf County
Courthouse prior to these dates.
Wewahitchka residents may


go to the old courthouse 'o6
Wednesday, May 19th, from 12:3b
to 4:30 p.m., CT, to certify for
commodities.
Any household whose gross
income is not in excess of tl4e
state-established maximum per6-
centage of the poverty line for the
appropriate household size or
who can prove its eligibility, for
food stamps. Aid to Families with
Dependent Children (AFDC),.


Supplemental Security income
(SSI), or Medicaid is eligible to
receive the USDA foods.
Documents accepted as proof
of eligibility include proof of eligi-
bility in the above programs. As
an alternative to providing such
documents, a household may
simply complete an. application
giving total household income.
Rules for acceptance and par-
ticipation in the program are the


Odom's Son-inmLaw Named


An "Outstanding Educator"


Eight outstanding Florida
educators are being named the
latest recipients of a $25,000
unrestricted financial award-the
Milken Family Foundation
National Educator Award-at sur-
prise notification events attended
by representatives from the foun-
dation, Commissioner of
Education Frank T. Brogan, as
well as school district education
officials.
Herbert Baker, principal of R.
Hobbs Middle School in Milton
since 1994. was one of the educa-
tors to be presented with an
award. Under Baker's leadership,
teachers at his school are given
the -opportunity to serve on com-
mittees at the district level such
as, "Potential Candidates for
Principalship." He encourages his
]


Herbert Baker


staff to participate: in these
endeavors, and gives them time
oil to do so.
,Baker is very committed to
providing professional- develop-
ment for his staff by offering
Spalding Reading Workshops to
all his teachers to teach them
about the program and gives
teachers the opportunity to par-
ticipate in various inservice activ-
ities.
He: has developed la social.
skills program that teaches stu-
defts how to communicate with,
work with. and develop better
relationships with, ,other people.
Baker ,is a believer in showing
students examples of what they
are learning in the classroom
applies to "real world" settings.
The recipients will receive an
all-expense paid--trip to Los
Angeles in June for the annual
Milken 'Family National
Conference.
Recipients of tie award-160
educators in 38 states-are
selected by an independent blue
ribbon committee appointed by
each state's department of educa-
tion.
Predetermined criteria for the
award include expert pedagogy;
distinguished achievement in
developing innovative curricula;
outstanding ability to instill stu-
dents with sound values: and
commitment to professional
development and excellence
among others. '
Baker. 56, is the husband of
the former Wanda Odom, who
was born and reared in Port St.
Joe, the daughter of John and
Ruth Odom.


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to race, color, national origin, age,
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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 am.
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, chili dogs. drinks.
and snacks. All proceeds from the
sales will benefit the renovation of
the Wewahitchka Community,
Center. Please call 639-9910 for
more Information.


FHP License and
Vehicle Checkpoints
,The Florida Highway Patrol.
will be conducting driver license'
and vehicle inspection check-
points from May 14th through
20th on SR-69 near CR-274, CR-
22 near the CR-2j2A. and SR-71
near Chipola Strelt.
Recognizing te danger pre-
sented to the public by defective..
vehicle equipment, troopers will.
concentrate their efforts on vet.l-
cles being operated with defects
such as bad brakes, worn tires
and defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will :be.
directed to drivers who would \vio-:
late the driver license laws of'
Florida. :,
The patrol has found ,these
checkpoints to be an effective'
means of enforcing the equipment
and driver license laws of Florida:
-ensuring the protection of all
an.otorists.
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Dan Mullins, extension specialist with the University of
Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, is showing
farmers in Northwest Florida how to trade In snap beans for
snapdragons in a move to boost their earnings. Mullins, shown
above with verbena, says diversity is important for farmers, and
even the most successful growers are looking for alternative
crops so they can spread out their risk. Cut flowers have great
potential as an alternative field crop for North Florida, accord-
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Gull" CoasIt Community
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1999 PAGE 3B


Pippin to Minister at
'Oak Grove Assembly
'Kyle Pippin, son of local resi-
;dents Cecil and Velma Pippin, will
-refurn to. his home church, Oak
Grove Assembly of God, to minis-
ter this Sunday, May 16th, in the
r6!15 p.m. service.
His ministry in word and song
will -bless the hearts of those who
hear him. The community is invit-
ed to attend and share this spe-
cial evening at Oak Grove
Assembly of God in Port St. Joe.

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 fellow-
ship hall of the First United
Methodist Church of Port St. Joe.
The Beachwalk, Turtles,
Aline's, and Veils and Tails will be
modeling their spring fashions. In
addition to the fashion show and
luncheon, 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.


Oak Grove Assembly of God
would like to invite everyone to a
special service on Wednesday,
May 19th, at 7:15 p.m.
Missionary David Lloyd will be
speaking on current events hap-
pening on the .missions front in
the Balkans.
David is in daily contact with
other 'missionaries and refugee
workers that desperately need our
prayers in these war-torn coun-
tries during difficult times.
Dave and Evelyne Lloyd are
missionaries and hate worked in
the Balkan region since 1995.
They .have travelled extensively
seeing their music bring hope and
joy to the many hurting people in
Central and Eastern Europe.


Abe Springs
Baptist Plans Sing
The Abe Springs Baptist
Church will host a gospel sing on
Saturday, May 15, at 7:00 p.m.
The church is located on Hwy.
275 South in Blountstown.
Pastor Allen Pitts and congre-
gation extend an invitation, to
everyone to come and be a part of
this gospel sing.' If you would like
to, sing, please come and share
your inspiration in music with
them. For more information,
please call 674-5880,


BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
311 Columbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
MORNING WORSHIP -11:00 AM ET EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PMET
Sunday School 9:45 am Wednesday Night at 6:00 p.m. Youth
Group Meeting, Bible Study & Prayer Meeting; Choir Practice 7:00 pm
"0 taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in Him."
Please accept this invitation to join us in worship. God bless you!
Pastor David Nichols Church 647-5026 Home 769-8725.
For information concerning our bus ministry, please call 647-5026 -


First pentecostal Holiness Church
S2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
Church Office. 227-1493 :Gus Carpenter, Pastor
Sunday School ...... :., . :.9 45'a.iT.
Sunday Morning Worship . 11 -00 a.'m
Sunday Evening Ser 'ic' .:. : .. ,,. 6:30-p.:m~.,
wednesday .. .. . . . 7.00 p m."
We Invite You to Come
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us



'First United Methodst Churchl
[ 7 111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410'

Sunday Worship
Services .......... 9:00 a.m. andl 1:00 a.m. CT

MINISTERING TO THE BEACHES HAND-IN-HAND


Rev. Ted Lovelace, Pastor
Parsonage Phone: 648-4424


Dr. John Anderson, Music Director
- Office Phone: 648-8820


THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

ST. JAMES' 800 22nd STREET PORT ST. JOE
7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET)
+j, X+ Sunday School 9:45
ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKAk ,
8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor


God's
love
is
higher
than
the
heavens

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Discover God's Love!
Everyone welcome

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


The couple is currently
involved in several music projects
that are timely and strategic for
the advancement of God's king-
dom in these nations. They work
with Croats, Bosnians, Serbs,


Macedonians, Albanians, Hunga-
rians, Romanians and Turks.
Dave and Evelyne live in
Delft, Holland and have a daugh-
ter, Marcella, age 1 1/2.


Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist

Will Host Men's & Women's Day


Mt. Carmel Missionary
:Baptist Church, located at 300
Avenue D in Port St. Joe, will be
holding a Men's and Women's Day
Observance on Sunday, May,
16th.
At the 11:00 a.m., a special'


Faithfulness
In IT Timothy 4:7 & 8, we find,
1 have fought a good fight, I have
finished my course, I have, kept
the faith. Henceforth, there is laid
up for me a crown of righteous-
ness, which the Lord, the right-
4 eous judge, shall give to me that
day.'. .
Recently, my wife and I lost a
Oliver F. Taylor friend whom we had known over
Oliver F. Taylor ,
'isito.tion Minister, First fifty years. We had been her care-
United Methodist Church giver since 1991. We went to
north Georgia with her so she
could be buried next to her husband. She was a faithful
: Christian.
Paul was old when he wrote these words to his young
friend Timothy. As Paul grew 'older, I am sure he slowed
down in his physical activity. However, he never slowed
in his witness to others. Paul encouraged Timothy to
continue his ministry to those who needed Christ. The
church depends upon our faithful witness. Let us
remember this with our encounter with others in daily
life.


King Scheduled to Homecoming at
Speak at PSJ Church First Pentecostal


of God In Christ
.Rev. Edward King, Program
Director/Coordinator for the
Jessie Ball duPont Foundation',
will be the speaker for the 11:00
a.m. worship service being held
on the first Sunday in June at the
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.
doe community.


S'First Pentecostal Holiness
Church of Port St. Joe will enjoy a
,' "homecoming" celebration on
' Sunday;',May lth. Everyone is
M ilted to a-tend to join in the
event and hear Rev. Edward King,
Jr., the special speaker for the
day.
Lunch will be served at the
church following the morning ser-
vice. There will be no evening ser-
vice conducted Sunday.

NOW See The Star On Line at
www.StarFL.com


,' '| JESUS CHRIST HIS MESSAGE OUR SOURCE

Liberty Bible Church
.] welcomes TOu To Its Serrices
' .SundTav Mornino Service' 1 0a. m


102 Liberty Manor Circle Port St. Joe

Pastor Guy Labonte Phone 648-5912


"A Poi+ of Victovy"

First Churck of the Jazarene
2420l Long Avenue Pote St,. oe, Florida 32456
(850) 229-9596
Sunday School ................. 10 a.m. 6 -e .,itfo t0ie Lord fhe glory
Sunday Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. JIe -m.s .H.one, wo-aslp tlie
Sunday Evening Worship ........ ...... 6 p.m. Lord in the beOuk'. of Iwliness.
Wednesday Evening Service .............. 7 p.m. Psalm 29.2

S (The friendly place to n'orshinp!

First Baptist Church
Mexico Beach Jim Davis, Pastor
SCHEDULE OF SERF.'ICES
ws Worshlp Sundays at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
ov s Bible Study Sundays at 9:00 a.m. (all ages)
kt Se1 wednesday : Adult Prayer and Bible Study at 6:00 p.m.
SPlease note, all times central
Located at 823 N. 15th St., Mexico Beach Corner of 15th & California 648-5776




CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


Bible Study: Worship
9 a.m. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Su
6 p.m. Wednesday Nursery
Call 229-83110
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32457
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


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speaker, local resident Christine
White, will address the women's
senice attendance. Chairpersons
for the early gathering are Sister
Geraldine Lewis and Sister Mary
Williams.
For the 5:00 p.m. men's ser-
vice, Reverend Kenneth Madison,
of Monticello, will bring a special
message. Chairmen of the evening
event are Brother David Lewis
and Brother Isaac Thomas, Jr.
Rev. Luther Baker, pastor,
and: the congregation, invited
everyone to attend with them this
Sunday.


Missionary to Tell of Balkans


Ministry Wednesday at OGA


Come Find Out What All the Excitement Is at 2247 Hwy. 71
(1/10 mile north of Overstreet Road)

The Church of Christ
in Wewahitchka wants to make a difference in your life.
Sunday School ............................ 9 a.m. CDT
Worship Service ........ ..... ....... .. . 10 a.m. CDT
Sunday Evening Worship ... ...........5 p.m. CDT
Wednesday Bible Study ........... . 7 p.m. CDT
KEN BUTTERWORTH, minister


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


FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
C HEHURCH
'"s ... I Sixteenth Street
508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
Sunday Worship ........ 10 a.m. <
Adult School ......... 11 a.m. o X
*Sunday School
*Young Children o
*Nursery Available
Pastor Rev. mJ. Reid Ca oenm Highway 71/ Cecil Costin Sr. Blvd.
Pastor Rev J, Reid Cameron "


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


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

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


Constitution and Monument
Port St. Joe

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sund.i School ., . 9:45 a.m. Methodist Youth
Morning Worship .. . ...: 11:00 a.m. Fellowship ............ 6:00 p.m.
Evening Worship ......... 7:30 p.m.
('850) 227-1724 Wednesday Choir Practice ... 7:30 p.m.


Rev. Jesse.Evans
PASTOR


Diana Sealey
Youth &r Children's Director>


ce Baptist Ch,
6UraBUQT TH05E WHO MOPE IN TME LORD WILL
RENEW ThEIR 5TRENQTM. THE WILL 50AR ON
WING5 LIhE EAOLE5 1. 15AIAH 40:51
Come Celebrate this Lord's Day With Us!
Upstairs Capital City Bank Building
Bible Study at 9 a.m., Sunday Worship at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Bruce Duty, Pastor Study: 227-2583
Church: 227-1180 http://www.graceeagles.org


"Ladies Night
Out" Tuesday
The ladies of the Port St. Joe
Church of God cordially invite all
ladies in the community to attend
the next "Ladies Night Out" ser-
vice which will be held Tuesday,
May 18, at 7:00. The church Is
located at 482 Pompano Street in
Highland View.
These special services are
held quarterly, and all ladies are
encouraged to attend, regardless
of church affiliation. This pro-
vides opportunity for spiritual
renewal and encouragement as
well as fellowship with ladies in
the community. Refreshments
will be served.


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.


Evelyne and David Lloyd


Robert E. Downs, Jr.
Choir Director


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Middle

School News

By: '-ntie Geoghagan

As we forge our way into the
final 10 days of school, we must,
remember that it's not over yet.
You could still have a chance to
bring your grades up if you work
hard.
Many congratulations go out
this week. First, the middle school
band got an excellent rating in
Orlando, which included a very
nice trophy which is being dis-
played in the office, and a trip to
Universal Studios.
Next, we would like to con-
gratulate Coach Gowan and the
track team for their outstanding
performance ati'the track meet in
becoming state champs again!
Finally, congrats go out to the
new Beta Club members who
were inducted Tuesday. :'
As we complete this school
year, it's going to be sad to give up
the seniors, but we'll also be get-
ting new students from the ele-
mentary schools in Gulf County.
The fifth graders from both ele-
mentary schools attended an ori-
entation Monday, which
explained a little bit about what
they'll be experiencing next year.


BULIO0G NEWS

PORT ST. JOE
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

"Students Of The Week"
Congratulations to this
week's "Students of the Week" .
Evan Brumbaugh. Victoria Rouse,
Kendall Hogan. Carson Howse,
Sarah Allen, and Daniel Welch.
Awards Day Program
Our ,annual Awards Day
Program, for grades one through
four, will be held on Monday, May
24th at 9:00 a.m. in the gym. All
parents are'entouraged to 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
The last day of school for sfu-
:dents is Wednesday, May 26.
Summer Reading Cadmp
A Summer Reading Camp will
be held for two days a week, two
hours a day beginning the week of
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.
Gulf County Schools
Lunch Menu
MAY 17 21,1999

MON- Country Fried Steak
with Bun, Oranige, Spice Cake,
and Milk.. "
TUES- Meat, Loaf, Mashed
Potatoes, Green Beans,
Peaches, Roll, and Milk.
WEDS- Submarine, French
Fries, Steamed Carrots, Peach
Crisp, and Milk.
THURS- Ham and Cheese
Bake, Peas, Pineapple,
Chocolate Cake, .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.


S BlBy: Jessicea Nii


1998-'99
This past week has been an
exciting week for Port St. Joe High
School. A state championship was
won, students were recognized,
and seniors began to prepare for
graduation.
Congratulations to the girls'
track team,. Last Friday, at the
state competition. the Lady
Sharks' 4 x 800 meter relay team
(Jessica Hill, Latrika Quinn,
Melissa King, and Maclain Howse)
finished ninth.
Special congratulations to
Lacey Johnson for her third place
in pole vault which earned her All-
State honors.
SThe boy's track team did it
again. Last Friday, the boys
earned their sixth straight track
and field title. The Sharks had
three individual state, champions,
set three school records, and set
one state record. They had nine


Supporting Gulf County Students
The Gulf County Scholarship Committee recognizes the Tapper Foundation, by the displaying
of the banner shown at its offices, for Its contribution to benefit the youth of Gulf County
Schools. In the photo, from left, are David and Trish Warriner, David Carl Gaskin and J. V. Gander,
Tapper Foundation board members, and Greg Johnson, Tonya Nixon, Barbara Terry, and Roy
Barnes (president), all representing the Gulf County Scholarship Committee.


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SlWewahitchka Elementary

School News .

By Linda Whitfield


Olivia Chooses Donnie
Custodian Olivia Moore chose
third grader Donnie Whitfleld as
her choice for "Student of the
Week". Donnie is nine -years old
,.,and the son of DonnieWhiltfield.
Sr. He is in IVMr. Harper's class-
"roomdiao'idsays that his favorite
thing to do is play sports.
When he grows up, he would
like to be a football player. At
school, Donnie likes to play with
Michael Addison. Some of his
favorites are: t.v. show, "The
Water Boy": colors, blue and red;
and singer, Allen Jackson. If he
. could visit anywhere in the world,
it would be "the other side of the
world,"
Donnie says this about him-
self -"I like to play centers in
school." Donnie will receive a
large pizza from Dixie Dandy,
compliments of Will McLemore.
Elementary Students Piano
Recital
Robin Stroud, piano' and
music teacher, .will present her
piano recital on the following
dates: Tuesday, May 15, for fifth
thru seventh graders, 6:30 at
SFirst Baptist; and Thursday, May
20th. for third and fourth graders,
6:30 at First Baptist. There will be
a reception afterwards.
Teacher Appreciation Week
Some weeks we really are
appreciated more than others and
last week was one of the best. Mr.
Wooten gave each staff member a
giant apple twice, and we had a
lbvely party on Wednesday with
lots of goodies.
Mr. Kelley. sent each teacher a
letter of thanks which in part
'said,."Your greatest qualification
is your unending devotion to the
children you serve. Certainly, you
impart facts, skills, and knowl-
edge, but you do so much more.
'You provide a'place where chil-
dren ican 'feel accepted. For all
these, and so much more, you are
deeply appreciated,", Mr. Kelley
and the Gulf County School
Board. .
Kids Say The Funniest Things
"Cum Laude"
Andrew Dorman recently
went to the GCCC graduation at
the Marina Civic Center to see his
sister Lindsay graduate. When
the marshall was: calling names,
followed by Cum Laude or other
names of distinction, Andrew said
to his mother. "'A lot of people sure
have the same last name!" (Cum
Laude) Congratulations to other
Wewa graduates: Ashley Wooten
Dayidson, Rita Dietz, and Elaine
Nations.
Extra Credit Points
Rebecca Birmingham told her
class that she would give extra
credit if they wrote the first five
words to the Star Spangled
Banner. Cody Harden came up
and asked how to spell "Jose"!
Claudice Baxley's Back
Claudice Baxley, one of our


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secretaries, was back in school
today. Her son Buck was in a very
serious car crash in Duluth,
Minnesota, a'week or so ago.
By the grace of God, Buck is
now back at home wearing a-
"halo" neck brace. He has already
undergone re-hab and now has to
check in with a doctor in Panama .,
City. He will be out of work quite
a while, but he is alive and doing
so much better. Mrs. Baxley
appreciates your prayers., calls," ,
cards, and visits.
First Graders Outing
Rhonda Pndgeon and Misty
Harper 'took 'their.Alittle ones to.'
Gulf World, and afterwards they
picnicked at Under the Oaks Park
in Panama City. Several.parents,
went along, too, and enjoyed this.
beautiful day of sunshine and
fun..
St. Vincent's Island
Joe Walker took 15 of his
SScience Fair winners on an excur-
: sion' to St. Vincent's Island. They'
rode on a barge to getto the
island, and while there saw many
examples of Florida wildlife.
Besides the white-tailed deer,'
a highlight was the three Asian'
sambar deer that they spotted.
This is a much looked forward to
trip every year. '
Sympathy
WES would like to extend its


sympathy to the Wilder family in
the death of their mother and
grandmother. Mrs. Wilder was the
mother of our former superinten-
dent. B. Walter Wilder.
WES would also like to extend
sympathy to the family of our P.E.
teacher, Bryan Baxley, in the
death of his maternal grandmoth-
er, Mrs. Dees.


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from Highland View E
Thank You to PTO ... for
Teacher Appreciation Week. They
brought us a beautiful apprecia-
tion cake and lots of thoughts to
go with itl Thanks, again!
Thank You to the St.
Joseph's Historical Society!
Charlotte Pierce, Layman
Wilkinson, and. Beverly Mount
presented all fourth, grade stu'
dents with a cop\ of the book,
Territorial Giants.
May 214t ..Spring Fling
by the Bay will begin with many
people coming to share jobs, hob-
bies, things they do for kids to
learn from This will begin
from 9:00 a.m. and' continue until
11:30 a.m. when lunch will be
served to all visiting .people who
are helping us, students, teach-
ers, staff, and guests who will be
our former superintendents, prin-
cipals, and present school board,
members,.
At 12:45 p.m. all who are pre-
sent will be asked to gather
around the May pole'to watch a.
May pole dancer performed by pthe
kindergarten class, followed by a
short ceremony at the flag pole at


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News Column-
fFaith Christian School


Just a reminder the last
day of regular, school for
grades one through 11 will be[
Wednesday, May 26.
Awards will be given to grades
one through four on Wednesday'
at 10':30 a mn.: to, grades five'
through eight on Thursday at
7:00 p.m.; ,and' to grades nine,
through 12 at 7:00 p.m. on Friday
evening.
Thursday, evening, May 27.1
will be graduation for our eighth
grade students, and Fridayi
evening, May 28,, will be our high
school graduation. Also, the K-5 ,
kindergarten students will gradu-
ate on Friday, May 21, and K-4,
will participate In the program. It,
will be held at Faith Bible Church'I
beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Some upcoming trips and
parties planned are: grades one~
and two to Gulf World Friday, May '
14; grades five through 12 will go ,
bowling May 14; and grade two to,
the beach on May 20, (don't forget
the sunscreen!).
We will begin a new summer i
program. for children ages three to
six in addition to the usual sum- "
mer school offered to students in;
kindergarten through grade four.


The younger children will be
using a new summer cutriculum
produced by' A Beka. Books, a
ministry of Pensacola Christian
College. Weekly units will center
on subjects such as colors, the
farm, little things, children of the
world, pets and the sea. ,
Incorporated into these 'units
will be activities for developing
language and listening skills, let-
ters and sounds, numbers, sto-
ries, learning games and Bible
time.
If your child is age three to
five, there is a place for him in
this early childhood summer pro-
gram. Weekly prices are $55 for
the full day; 8:00:- 5:00; $45 for
8:00 3'00; and $35 for the
morning, 8:00 12:00. A teacher
will be on hand at 7:30 a.m. each
morning until 5:15 p.m. 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 you have additional questions
please call the office at 229-6707.


athletes to earn 14 All-State hon,-
ors. Good job, guys!
,Monday was Awards Day at
Port St. Joe High. Numerous stu-
dents received awards for acade-'
mic achievement, outstanding,
behavior. or notable services.
Congratulations to all the stu-
dents who received awards.:
Any student vlio would like
to work eight we'-ks out of the ,
summer at the St. Vincent
National Wildlife Refuge needs to
see the guidance office. Basic
typing, and computer skills are
required.
Seniors should not forget' to
turn in check-out sheets to Mrs.
Johnson before leaving
Thursday.
Any senior interested in
attending the National Youth
Leadership Forum on Law this
summer in Washington ..should
see Mrs. Johnson.


From the Principal of

Wewahitchka '


Highby Larry A. MatSchoes
by Larry A. Mathes


"IT'S NOT OVER 'TIL IT'S OVER" fact, it's tough just getting some
Contrary to -what most stu- of them to come!
dents would have you believe, Those lucky seniors-they get '
school doesn't end until May 26 to finish ahead 'of everyone else.,
(unless of course you happen to Their test days are (or were!) May.
be a senior). It is tough to get stu- 12 and 13 (Wednesday, third and.:
dents to bear down and finish fourth periods, and Thursday firstC
strong at this time of the year. in and second periods).
Friday they'll practice in the,-
N morning, after the senior break-
r f fast at nine, and then report the
next Wednesday for baccalau-
reate services at 7:00 p.m. (gy-m).
elementary School and, graduation at 7:30 p.m;J
Friday night (also in the gxrm).
1:00 p.m. Also. all 'alumni of'' The boys'baseball team held'i
Highland View are minted to come on to defeat Bake? 1-0 in eniht
out during the day, and especial-' innings behind a great pitching
ly for the "Alumni Hour" from performance by senior Dave'
12:30 to 2:00 p.m. Davis. Because of pitching rule,.
Come out to visit your old limitations, Dave had to move to
school, your former teachers, first base for the eighth inning.
principals, and just plain ole get ,and freshman Brandon Jones
together with your old school- came on to pitch a 1-2-3 inning to,;
mates! seal the win.
Parents You are wel- The Gators' fate now will be,
come to be a part of our events determined by the time you read
coming in the next two weeks this, as _ye play Mayo Tuesday'i
Track 'n Field, Beta installation, night, in Mayo, at 6:30 p.m. for
and,. especially our Spring Fling the right to go to state Monday
by the By! ... .and Tuesday. .
S The Gator varsity cheerlead-
Alumni all are. welcome to ers were recognized by our count)
attend our festival of careers and school board with a handsome
hobbies and eat with us for plaque for winn first place in
lunch, it's hamburgers, etc. the statewide cheering competi-.
and you need to let us know if you tion in "Orlandq, Last year, they
plan to eat.. on the 20th, the placed sendd in their first ever
Award's Day is open :to you and competition, and this year they
also Mrs. Willis' publishing part is ent back determined to win the
open for third grade parents., top honor.
Dates To Remember'... t Congratulations to the girls
May4---Hurricane Track 'n Field and gto Kimberly Whitfield, their
Beginning at 8:30. coach (and .former WHS and Gulf
May 1-Jr. Beta Club'I nsta Coast Community, College cheer-
lation at 9:00 a.m. leader). The fact that she is one of
laon at 900 a.m.my, daughters might also be noted
May 18-Hannibal the carriel.. by ,some. Kim is a fourth grade
May 19-Gold Card Dinner, teacher at WES.


Excellence in a Christian Education


Our
Elementary
'School has

an all
A Bekaa
curriculum


1'Chapel Service,


Plus'
vWNEW K-2 Program.

a..4 and K-S Reading Program
Fwlntensive Phonics

'E 9:1 Student/Teacher Ratio

VWMusic Program

VArt Classes.'


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL o THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1999


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Marquis Home Health Has No Deficiencies Prudential Sales
Agents Named to
On March 31st, state survey- patient care. s ofteu-PreSident's Cire_"t
ors from the Agency forHealth Upon conclusion of the sur-"President's Circle,"
concuson-4s----4-4


Care Administration arnveu at
Marquis Home Health agency in
Port St. Joe to conduct an inspec-
tion. Patient charts and records
were thoroughly reviewed, with
special attention being given to
patient diagnosis, treatment and
accuracy of pertinent documenta-
tiori.
Nurses Troy Huckeba and
Trace Stomp were accompanied
by the survey team, and were
observed for providing care in a
patient's home. Both nurses were
highly commended for excellent


vey, Port St. Joe's Marquis Home
Health staff passed with an A+
receiving no deficiency.
Marquis staff members
include: Christy Dowling, L.P.N.,
Frances Graham, office assistant,
Leslie Harvey, R.N., Nancy Howze,
Inservice/QA, Troy Huckeba,
L.P.N., Sandra Knowles,.H.H.A./
scheduler, April .cLemore. R.N.,
Amy Miller, D.O.N., Lisa Sandhu,
administrative assistant, Tracide
Stomp, L.P.N., and Melvean'
Wambolt, office coordinator.


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$197,500.
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523 7th St., Port St. Joe Great long-term rental house! With large shop out
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New Subd. Clifton Place. Gulf Front Lots. $179,900. 1,st Tier $72,000.
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Gulf Pines Director of Nursing Todd Myers


GPH Welcomes New

Director of Nursing


Gulf Pines Hospital continues
to grow and expand adding new
staff members. Most recently, the
hospital brought on a new direc-
tor of nursing, Todd Myers, from
Tallahassee.
S1,Myers has been a nurse for
the past eight years with expertise
in sub-acute nurse management


and Medicare compliance. He ha's
worked at various medical facili-
ties and brought them superior
ratings with regard to state and
federal medical compliance.
Myers says his goal is to
focus on team building and con-
tirinued improvements in patient
care and services.


Emergency Loans


Made Available From


Farm Service Agency


Farm Service Agency State
Executive Director Kevin L. Kelley.'
has announced that the Farm'
Service Agency (FSA) is now offer-
ing federal disaster assistance to
eligible family farmers in the 49
p Florida counties. including the
following northwestern counties:'
Bay, Calhoun, LFranklin, Gads-
den, Gulf, Holmes,. Jackson,'
Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, W1akulla,
and Washington. L
The 49 counties were desig-
nated as a major disaster area by
the president based on damages
and losses caused by fire that
occurred on April 15th.
Fifteen additional counties
were named as contiguous coun-
ties where eligible farmers and
ranchers may qualify for emer-
). agency loan assistance, pursuant
to the pro-isions of 'the
"Emergency Agricultural Credit
Act of 1984" (Public Law 98-258).
Emergency loan applications will
be received through December
27th.
Farmers and ranchers in the
counties who sustained physical
and production losses as a result
of the disaster and wish to apply


for an emergency loan to assist
them in recovering from the loss
resulting from this disaster, may
apply for such a. loan at FSA
offices..." .'. ..
Some area offices, include:
Calhoun/Liberty/Franklin/Gulf
at 837 Leonard Street,
Blountstown, FL 32424: Gadsden
at 2144 'West Jefferson Street..
Quincy, FL 32351; Holmes at 103
North Oklahoma. Bonifay. FL
32425: ,Jackson at 274 1
Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 8,
Marianna, :FL. 32448; Leon/
Wakulla at 615 Paul Russell,
Road. Tallahassee. FL 32301; and'
Washington/Bay at 1424 West
Jackson Avenue, Suite E,
Chlpley,.FL 32428. ..
SIndividual examination will be
made of each application to deter-
"mnine the type of emergency loan
benefits for which the applicant is
eligible. Farm emergency loans
may Include funds to repair or
restore damaged farm property as
well as reimburse applicants for
expenses already incurred for
such purposes..,
',Loans based on qualifying
production losses may include




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Jack Prophater. Ruth
Schoelles, Donna Spears, GRI,
Helen Spoher, CCIM, GRI, and
Jerry Thompson, ABR have been
named to the Prudential Real.
Estate Affillates, Inc. prestigious
President's Circle. Residential. for
1998. The award recognizes resi- ,
dential sales associates who place ;
in the top three percent of the
Prudential Real Estate Network.
The winners were recognized
during the special awards cere-
monies at Prudential Real
Estate's Annual International
Business Conference in Orlando.
The three-day event was attended
by real estate professionals from
throughout the United States and
Canada.
"Jack, Ruth, Donna, Helen'
aind Jerry exemplify the customer
orientation that has helped us
grow." said Rose Drve, president.
"We go to great lengths to main-


funds to reimburse applicants for
production expenses which went
into damaged or destroyed crop
and livestock enterprises and to
produce new crops. Payment
terms depend on the purposes for
which the loan is used arid the.
applicant s ability to repay the
loan.
The emergency loan program
Is limited to family-size farm oper-
ators. The loan amount is limited
to eighty; percent of the calculated
actual production loss and 100
percent of the actual physical
loss.' The loan amount is further
limited to 8500.000 total emer-
gency loan indebtedness .,,.,


tain our focus on, customers'
needs and preferences and be
prepared to- meet them. They have
been very successful in pursuing
this philosophy."
Prudential Resort Realty of
St. George Island, established in
1985, is an independently owned
and operated member of the
Prudential Real Estate Affiliates,
Inc. The main office is on St.
George Island with offices in,
Apalachicola, St. Joseph Bay, and'
Barrier Dunes.

Special Speaker
at New Bethel
Rev., Mae Helen Bryant, of
Raleigh. North Carolina, will be
rendering the morning service at
New Bethel Missionary Baptist
Church on Sunday, May 16th*
Rev. Bryant is an anointed
woman by God, called to preach.
His word. Everyone is cordially
invited to attend this special ser-
vice.

NJROTC Car Wash
The Port St. Joe High School
NJROTC, Booster Club will be
holding a car wash on Saturday,
May 15, from 9:00 until, at the
Discount Auto Parts store located
on Highway 98 in Port St. Joe.
Please stop by and support the
students, and at the same time,
get your car washed.

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| *Pu icNoic *..- C ipol iver E E C unci.,l M meeting '

CRIC General Membership to Consider Water Allocation Issues of the Chipola River Basin
INTH CRCITCORTOFTH 1006 Constitution Drive


FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 99-147
IN RE: Adoption of a Minor Child.
S(DOB: 9/15/95)
NOTICE OF ECON
TO: Edward S. Batson or any other individual
Last known address 100 Price St., Lakeworth, FL
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for the
Adoption of Minor Child has been filed in the above
court,-and you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to it on Lille Lemois at the
address of 435 Chipola Ave., Wewahitchka, FL
'32465. 'on or before June 7th, 1999, and file the
original with the Clerk of the Court either before
service upon Lillie Lemois or Immediately there-
after, otherwise, a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in this action.
WITNESS my hand and seal of the Court
on April 30th. 1999.
BENNY C LISTER
CLERK OF COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ Tonya Knox
Deputy Clerk
4fc, May 6, 13, 20, and 27, 1999.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 99-19
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
BRENDA J. RICHARDS.
deceased.
NOIC E OF ADImWSTRATION
TiE ADMINISTRATION of the Estate bf BRENDA J.
RICHARDS. deceased, File Number 99-19. Is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for Gulf County. Florida,
Probate Division. the address of which is Gulf.
County Courthouse, Probate Division, 1000 Cecil
G. Costin, Sr. Boulevard. Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
The name and address of the Personal
Representative and his attorney are set forth
below,
All interested persons are required to file WITHiN
THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, (1) All
claims against the estate and (2) any objection by
an interested person on whom notice was served
that challenges the validity of the Will. the qualfi-
cations of the Personal Representative, venue or
jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
DATE of the first publication of this Notice of
Administration 5/6/99.
/s/Thomas S.'Gibson
THOMAS S. GIBSON
RISH. GIBSON & SCHOLZ. P.A.
206 E. 4th Street
P. 0. Box 39
Port St. Joe. Florida 32457
(850) 229-8211
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
FL BAR NO. 0350583
/s/ Billy J. Richards
BILLY J. RICHARDS
P. 0. Box 383
Port St. Joe. FL 32457
FERSO(NAL REPRESENTATIVE
2tc Ms 6ar and 13. 1999
IN THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
ROBIN LYNN DeFOREST,
Wife, Praioner '.
and CASE NO 99-151
EDWARD ALLEN DeFOREST.
Huband./Reipondesnt
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO EDWARD ALLEN DeFORESTi
'OLi ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that ar, action
for D -'i luu.:.n of Mirniare ha- been filed aeanst
..u and you are required to -erie a copy of your
inuen defense;. LI any to mti acu.,n on DA.V'D C
GA.KIN. ESQ P.euu'.ner s attorney whose.
3.ddrf ii f PM,. Oi'iie Be.:.i' 185, We.3hichka.
416n1-, ,j-24 ,5. ,Lnur btf.,reL the 3rd d] of June
1999- la-,fle -h Lb-rtnal with the Clerk .i this
kourt t beltore -rnice on penuoner-. arlorney
or imirariawiely therei'er oiiteri.-1e a default aill
De entered anims,-t yu for the relief demanded in
the peu ion
WITNESS my hand and th- zeal of thl counr
on the 4th day of May. 1999.
Befir. C Liter
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Behny C. Lister
4tc. May 6, 13, 20. and 27, 1999.
NOTICE
The Annual Report of the George G. Tapper'
Foundation Trust is available at the address
n.,uc-d bel.o for inspecuon during n,,rmadl busi
ne-., hours by an ctluzen who so rrquelt.- within
I1O0 da',i after putlicauor of rt-i_ Noute of' ILS 'S'al .
ability.
'George G. Tapper Foundation Trust


Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Phone No. 850/227-1600
/s/ Patricia Tapper Warriner, Chairman
Itc, May 13, 1999.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the City Commission of
the City of Port St. Joe. sitting as the Board of
Adjustment will hold a public hearing In the
Commission Chamber at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, .May
20, 1999. to determine whether the City will autho-
rize a deviation to Zoning Ordinance for a variance
of approximately twelve feet on the easterly proper.
ty line and approximately ten feet on the southerly
property line to re-construct an existing building
on Lots 2 and 4. Block 37.
/s/ Pauline Pendarvis
City Clerk
2tc., May 6 and 13, 1999.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDI-;'
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY
ROBERT M. DUNCAN, and wife
JULIA DUNCAN and FARM NET "
CORPORATION. .
Plaintiffs.
vs. Case No: 99-47
DEZ FIGUEIRA. Gulf County Board of'
County Commissioners, .and any :
unknown spouses, tenants, heirs,, ,
devisees, grantees, assignees llenors.
trustees or other claimants claiming '
by, through and under Dez. Figueira.,
'Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45. FLORIDA'
STATUTES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIEN that pursuant.to
a Final Judgment of Foreclosuires dated the 11 'day
of May. 1999. in Case No. 99-47 of the Circuit
Court of the Fourteenth Judicial' Circult.in and.for
Gulf County. Florida, in which ROBERT M. DUN-
CAN and wife, JULIA DUNCAN and FARM NET
CORPORATION, are the Plaintiffs and DEZ
FIGUEIRA, Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners, and any unknown spouses, ten-
apts. heirs. devisees, grantees, assignees. lienors
trustees or other claimants claiming by. thr-ugh
and under Dez Figuelra, are the Defendant. I will
sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at the front door
of the Gulf County Courthouse -in Port St. Joe,
Florida. at 11:00 oclock A.M. (Easter Standard
Time) on the 9 day of June.' 1999; the following
described property. '
Lots 14. 16, 18 and 20, Block 20, '
Beacon Hill Subdivision, according to
the official plat thereof recorded in
Plat Book 1, Page 2, Public Records of
Gulf County, Florida.
DATED THIS 11 day of May. 1999.
BENNY LISTER
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By: /s/ Susie McFarland
Deputy Clerk
2tc, May 13 and 20. 1999
public Notice
State of Florida
Department of Environmental Protection
You are hereby noulled that the Department
of Environmental Protection has Issued a permit
under File Number GU-245 to Waterlot LLC for the
construcUtion of a rm. story. ingle-frmly dwelling.
other structures/acuviles. pursuant to Section
161 053 Florida Statutes Project locauon
Between approxmaiels 190 feet and 240 feet west
of the Department of Environmental Protection's
reference monument. R-129. in 'Gulf County.
Project address: On Cape San Bias Road. first road
past the boardwalk. The permit and construction
plans may be reviewed at the office of the Bureau
of Beaches arid Coastal Systems 5050 We.st
Tennessee Street. Building B. Tallahassee, Flonda
Copies of the permit ma% be obtained by contact-
mng the Bureau of Beaches and Coastal Systems at
18501 467.4475. or b) wniung to 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard. Mail Station 310,
Tallihassee Flonda 32399
A party to this proceeding ha's the rghti to
request review of mis order by 'thelpoverqoro.aod-
Cabinet. ,qtting as the Land .arntir r
Adjudicatory Commrn'sion. In accordance ith
Chapter 47.2. Florida AdminustraDve Code. and
ipecdlically Rule 42.2 0131. Florida Adrrunstrative
Code To inuuate such a review, your request must
be filed within twenty 1201 days of the dale of this
order itLh the Secretary of the Cunminssi.,n at
Florida Land and Water Adjudicator% Commission.
The Capitol Room 2105, Tallahassee, Florida
32399-0001 A copy of the request must also be
served on both the Department of Environmental
Protection, Agency Clerk, 2600 Blair Stone Road,
Mail Station 35. Tallahassee, Florida 32399, and
on any person named in this order, within 20 days
from the date of this order if the request for review

Is to be effective.
Addillonally. any person subsitanuall alJec.- '
ed by this determrrunuon has the right to request
:an administrauve hearing to be conducted In.
.accordance with the pro.i-ions of Secuon 120 57,
Florida Statutes. Should you desire an administra-


The next general membership
meeting 'of the Chipola Rivqr
Economic and )Environmental
Council (CREEC) will be
Thursday, May. 13, at 7:00 p.m. in, ,1
'the Conference Center at Chipola
Junior College. :
The program for'the even Ing
wvill be a presentation by the
Northwest Florida 'Wat r
Management District (NWFWMD)
on the Apalachicola-Chatta-
hoochee-Flint (ACF) River Basin
Commission. The commission is
presently negotiating water allo-
cation formulas. and water rights
for Georgia, Alabama and Florida
for the three river basin. Doug
Barr, Executive Director and
Steve Leitman, Environmental
Scientist, of NWFWMD will bring
them up to date. The issue is who
has what rights, and how much..
to water flowing.,, to, the
Apalachicola River. The, issue
brings metropolitan Atlanta,
South Georgia agriculture,
Apalachicola Bay interests, sport
fishermen, environmentalists,
Jackson Couinty 'and others to
table for negotiations.
Also on the agenda, will be a
presentation on the Great Florida
Birding Trail. Discussion will
'include plants to bring the 2000'
mile highway trail, designed to,
conserve and enhance Florida's
bird habitat- by promoting bird
watching activities, environmen-
tal education and economic
opportunity, to Jackson County.,
Come find out how you can help
and nominate your favorite bird-
ing sites. This issue is timely con-,
sidering efforts by the Chamber of
Commerce, Jackson County
Development Council, the Tourist,
Development Council and others
to promote "ecotourism" as an
economic opportunity for Jackson'
County.
Join, them for an interesting,
evening of fellowship while they


tive hearing, your request must comply with the
provisions of Rule 62-103.156. Florida
Administrative Code, and by Rule 600-2.0-2.004.
Florida Administrative Code. Requests for such,
hearings must be sent to the Department of
Environmental Protection, Office of General
'Counsel. 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail
Station 35. Tallahassee. Florida 32399 3000 and
must be received by. the Deparunent within four-
teen (14) days after you- receipt of thIs notice
Failure to respond within this allotted time frame
shall be deemed a waiver of all rights to an admin-
istrative hearing
in the esent that a legally -ulllcienrt peuun
for hearing is not umel\ received oou have the
right to seek judicial revie' ol this c.-acer. pur usrnt
t) '5ecUodn 12046 Friondj Siilftute, rid Ruleh
Q 0301b1f2(C1 and 9 110 Fl.j.nja Rule. or Appllie
'"bcedh'r'f-inilBite'-ahp -l"a'ooce of Ap5i 1
,. i t s... I,al wlih' th Departunent or..'I
Environmental Protecjion. Office or General
Coun ,el. and with the appropriate Di urkt Court :
Appeal within thirty (301 days of the date trds order
is filed with the Agency Clerk The N,,ouc' iledt aith
Uie Distric Couri mnust be accampnied DV thie 1il
Ing fee 5peil'ied in Sub.,uo,,,n 35 22131 Fl.:.ndiL
Statutes.
Itc. May 13, 1999.



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PUBLIC NOTICE.

The Gulf County Planning and Development Review Board will meet Tuesday, May
18, 1999 at 9:00 a.m., E.D.T., in the Gulf County Commission Meeting Room at
the Gulf County Courthouse Complex to discuss and possibly act oi the following:
S 1) Approv'e Minutes March 23, 1999 "
2) Variance Request Susan Wilder Parcel #04162-000R
3) Variance Request Irene Cochran Parcel #06133-OOOR
4) Final Plat Approval "Summer Place" Subdivision
5) Variance Request- Hambrick Construction Parcel #03574-OOOR
The public is encouraged to attend and be heard on these matters, Information
prior to the meeting can be obtained by the Planning/Building Director's Office at
(850) 229-6.111. 5/.13/99





Hannon Realty welcomes Mrs. Melba Barbee to its sales. ..
staff. Mrs. Barbee is the wife of Joel Barbee and they.
reside at 1207 Monument Ave. in Port St. Joe. Mrs. Barbee
graduated from Port St. Joe High School in 1964..
Previously she has been active in the Jaycees and she is a ,
member of Long Avenue Baptist Church.

Mrs. Barbee looks forward to serving the residents .of' .-.
Port St. Joe and Gulf County and helping them with ,their -
Real Estate needs. In her spare time she'll continue to go
fishing and camping on the river. That's Melba. -


Large 3 bd/2 bath home near schools. Living room and
family room fireplaces. Florida room, kitchen w/breakfast
bar, in-ground pool, fenced yard on corner lot. $99,900.


PROPERTY IN WEWAHITCHKA
3 lots, 1.50'xlT20' total, on Water Street.
Approximately '1 block from Lake Alice. City
water and sewer. A great buy at $17,500.


consider issues vital to the future
health and well-being of the
Chipola River Basin and all who
call this home.


Vinyl Siding Soffit & Fascia
Aluminum Carports & Patio Covers Gutters .Screyn Rooms
Roofovers Replacement Windows


WEWA SIDING CO..
State Registered Contractor #RR0067101
References Gladly Provided
227-5986/5987 anytime ., 639-2942 after 5


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Adopt a Pet Today
The St. Joseph Bay Humane
Society collects dozens of animals
throughout the year, many of
which are not able to find a home.
A pet can make a wonderful addi-
tion to the family, or can be a gift
to someone who is lonely.
Some of the following are pets
that the humane society has to
offer:, one large male golden
retriever; one large lab/retriever
mix; twomale labs one black and
one chocolate; one male red pit
bull with docked.ears; one black
female four month old lab/pit
mix; one eight week old male lab;.
three fuzzy mixed pups. one male
two female; seven mixed bull dog
pups.
This month's SJBHS meeting
will be changed to May 17 due to
the city and county meeting. For
adoption Information, call Johnny
Collins at 227-1115, or call the'
St. Joseph Bay Humane Society
at 227-1103. You may also reach
the SJBHS online at www.cape-
sanblasfl.com/sjbhs.


S i e:ta


RESTRICTED MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION


CORNER OF 15TH STREET & HWY. 386

MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA

* Beautifully Landscaped Entrances
* Paved Streets with Street Lights, lined with Palm Trees!!
* Large Cleared Lots with Easy Beach Access
* Underground, Utilities City Water, Natural Gas,
Electric, Phone, Cable and *City Sewer *(Available,:
Spring 2000)
* Subdivision Covenants / Deed Restrictions

ALL LOTS RECENTLY FILLED WITH

CLEAN TOP SOIL, NEW DRAINAGE

$T -90 00
REDUCED PRICE 19 0 EACH.


Offered Buively By:MeXico each Harmon Realty, Inc1.

1402 Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach, FL


1-800-239-4959 or 1-850-648-5767


Fantasy Properties Inc. 647363
Sy John M. Delorme,
fantasVy PODperleS n Realtor/Broker
1200 U. S. Hwy. 98 2221 CR C-30 Ellen F. Allemore,
Mexico Beach, FL 32410 '' Simmons Bayou:on St. Joe Bay Realtor/Broker
Sale's: 850.648-2020-or Rentals 850.648.5146 !(i 850.227.2511 or 888.458.7470 Tom Graney 647-3736'
1 .800458..4.6- 7 _7 arlene Harris 647-5316
a.ity.lB. Joan Smithwick 647-4150



Specializing in Quality Gulf frot Homes


NEW LISTINGS:


BEACHFRONT 378 Gulf Pines Dr. Gulf Pines
Subdivision. One of the finest gulf front homes in
the area gorgeous 5 bedroom, 2 bath home with'
many amenities, including electric storm'shutters,
irrigation system, custom counter tops, 12' ceil'
wings, glass block in master bath, extensive deck-
ing, boardwalk to the beach, fireplace and
elevator. The nicely landscaped home has a wrap
around porch, sundeck with sunbrella, and a
screened porch. Comes with icemaker refrigerator,.
stove, dishwasher, satellite dish and window
treatments. Located on almost I acre. $489,900.


I 7_4A CA..WM9MM- l r i kVAuMEIl
108 S. 29th St. Mexico Beach. BEACH FRONT ONE
OF A KINDI Single family executive 3BR/2.5BA approx.
2800 SF, 3 levels. Ground is 2 car underneath parking
w/entrie. and storage. Next level has foyer, powder
room, kitchen, master BR and BA suite.. Magnificent
great room living/dining, fireplace, sliding Andersen
glass doors across this main living level opening onto a
large screened porch which runs the full width of house.
Next l el and 2BR and full ba, sitting area, and goes up
to a functional Widow's Walk. Excellent construction -
pickled pine walls, white oak floors. Many, many ameni-
ties. Must see! Partially furnished. This type of beach
front home does not become available very often!
Situated on 2 lots has 101' of beach front. $650,000. For
further information ask for Ellen Allemore; 648-5146.


Classic Custom Built Beachfront Home, 106
S.'26th St., Mexico Beach. 4 bedroom, 4 bath
on two'lots ith high grade vinyl siding and
metal roof. Home has many desired features-
10'- ceilings, oak flooring, Andersen 'doors/
windows, solid ;wood cabinetry,' dual CH/A,
walk around decks (968 sq. ft); interesting
open'2nd living level with alcoves. Widow's
walk. Never rented. Over 3100 sq. ft. fur-
nished $750,000.


BEACH FRONT New Listing 8027 Hwy. 98,
St. Joe Beach. 4 bedroom, 3 bath single family
executive home. Nearly new at 4 years, newly
carpeted,'w/decorator touches. Approx: 2,400
sq. ft. of living space. Separate air condition-
ing for each of three levels. Partially fur-
nished. $550,000. Call Marlene.


http:www.fantasyproperties.com
e-mail: fantasy@digitalexp.com


8245 Gulfaire Townhouse. BEACHFRONT. 2 bedroom, 2 1/2 ba.,, completely furnished townhouse.
Has 2 decks with panoramic view of Gulf. Very nicely furnished, also has a fireplace. Great rental.
$195,000.00.

102 N. 36th Street., Mexico Beach. $165,000. COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL, RETAIL. Zoned gen-
eral commercial. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Lots of possibilities, very nice single family home or excel-
lent location for business. Call for more information. Lot size 75'x100'.

OVERSTREET AREA, Borders Road. 210'x420' Lot 7. 2.02 acres more or less. $12,000.00.

PORT ST. JOE 1803 GARRISON AVE. Very nice, 3 bedroom, 2 ba. single level home with new paint
and carpet, clean and ready for move in. Master bedroom and bath has separate access to screened
porch. Large lot has great potential, needs some work and exterior clean up. A tremendous opportu-
nity at $69,000.


THE TW~t QI'AR. PORT ST.TJOR- U* TDfAYMAY 13.5 1990


HANNON REALTY, INC.

501 Monument Ave. Port St. Joe 227-1450


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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. S19.500. 647-9820
after 8 p.m. tfc 5/6
-Suzuki GS-45A classic, shaft drive,
auto trans., garage kept, $1,300 obo.
Call 227-9478. 2tc.5'/1-3
4X4 FORD BRONCO, V-8, new paint,
cd, runs great, $4,600. Leave message,
call 229-9287. 2tc 5/13
1993 Ford Explorer Sport, 5-spd.,
power windows, door locks, NADA-
$10,000. Asking $8,000 or best offer.
647-9667 or 229-6268. 2p 5/13-


1987 Ford Crown Victoria' station
wagon, engine has 50,000 miles, good
air cond., $1,200 or best offer. Call 229-
6055. 2tc 5/13


20 ft. Sportscraft dwith walk around'
cuddy cabin. Powered by OMC Sea
.Drive, $6,000. For full Info., call John at
-850-648-8900. 4til 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 excel. cond. S2.000. Call 639-.
5590. 3tc 5/6


Two bedroom apartment, 1 1/2 bath.
Living room and dining room, beautiful
view of the gulf. Gulf Aire. $545 a
month with $400 .deposit.. 47-3742. ,
tfc 5/13
For rent in Gulfaire Subd. Almost new 3
bedroom, 2 bath home. 1600 sq. ft,
washer/dryer, Jacuzzi, $1,;000 per
month plus uUlilies. Available 2/15/99.
Parker Realty of Mexico Beach, 648-
5777. tfc 5/6
Double wide mobile home, 4 bedroom, 2
bath. S375 month plus, 8375 deposit
827-8309. 913-0533 after 4 p.m
2tlc 5/13

Three. bedroom double-wide; unfur-
nished, mobile home, Cockle Ave,,
Beacon Hill. 647-3220. 2tc 5/1-3
Large, roomy home for rent, 3 bd.. 2
bath, den, on 2 full lots with chain link
fence, perfect for kids. pets. One block
from beach. $650 mo. 647-9286 Itp
3 bdrm.;,' 2ba trailer, new carpet, vinyl,
washer & : dryer, hook. ups available.
Immediate occupancy, long-. term.
Mexico" Beach: Call '648-5033. 2tc 5/6


Rent or. Long Term Lease: on Intra-,
coastal, Waterway in Oterstreet:
Waterfront home, 4 BR. no pets inside,
deposit and references required. $75,0
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. tfc 5/6
Mexico Beacli mobile home lot for rent
in quiet park. Call 648-8201. tfc 4/29
One bedroom furnished apartment. all
utilities included. 229-2727. Lti 5/6
2 bedroom, 1 bath small country home.
Call 763-3139.Wetappo Creek area.
tfc 4/15

Mexico Beach mobile home 'lot, $75,
month. 648-4896.,,, tfic 5/6.


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


UNFURNISHED
One bed, oom cottage on Chipolaf River Large 2 bdrm. house. stoe & refrig
Water and garbage furnrish'ed. S300 a",- -een.- h&a-.-screen poi cfa.,,portwa. -.
rronth plus depgo it. 633 347-1 laundry rm.
2tc 5/13' Large 2 bedroom apartment. stove &
refrig.. washer/dryer hook-up.
2 and 3 bedroom apartment and toin- New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house. 1 1/2
*} houses in Port St. Joe. Very nice. W/D, ba., inside laundry rm.. ch&a. dish-
hookups. Contact Prudential Resort washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
Realty, 227-2000. ; pets.
Three bedroom double wide, unfur-- *Small. 2 bdrm. home. auto heat & air.
nished, mobile home, Cockle Ave., washer/do'er hook-up.
Beacon Hill. 647-3220. 2tc 5/13 One bedroom apartment. washer/
dryer hookup.
Casa Del Mar condo. 2 bedrooms. 1 1/2 Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m. tic 5/6


bath. stove. refrigerator, washer &
dryer. furnished. Call 229-6061 or 229-
6961. Bill Car. tfc .5/13

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

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


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 Sooni One
Bedroom Handicap '
Apartment Subsidy .
rAvailable
PINE RIDGE APTS.,125
Venus Dr., Port St.' Joe, FL
32456 (850) 227-7451
Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities
S* On-site Management
VOICE/TrY ACCESS L.
(352) 472-3952


Now Open
GULF SHORE STORAGE
Corner of DeSoto & Americus
St. Joe Beach
Office: 647-3665
Home: 647-5106
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Mexico Beach Mini
Storage Units, 6'x12',
and 12'x12'. 648-5146,
Fantasy Properties
tfc 5/6


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


Now Renting Spacious
1 bedroom apartment
PINE RIDGE APTS.,125
Venus Dr., Port St. Joe, FL
32456 (850) 227-7451
Some subsidy available
Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities
S 0 M.ni Binds
On-iie Management
Voice,' FTY Access .J
(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

*'e Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities
,* On-site Management
Voice/TTY Access
S (352)472-3952 1"
.... tfc5T76


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
( Voice/TY Access
(352) 472-3952
a' tfcw


Liberty Manor Apts., 102 Liberty Manor
Circle, Port St. Joe. Affordable housing
for the elderly and the handicapped.
Cen. h &a, laundry facilities, energy
efficient const.. stove & refrig:. fur-
nished. fully carpeted. 1 bdrm. apts. on
site Equal Oppor. Housing Complex.Call
229-6353 for more information. NOW
TAKING APPLICATIONS tfc 5/6'


Apartments anrd Homes for Rent: One to
3 bedroom apartments. duplexes. and
homes for rent in Nlexico Beach.
Furnished and unfurnished. Call
Parker Really at 650-648-5777 for more
information. tic 5/6





Yard Sale: Saturday, May 15th, 339
Selma St., St. Joe Beach. Lots of misc.
items, household goods, clothes, furni-
ture,,8:00 a.m. 1:00. ,ltp


Garage Sale: Friday, 8 a.m. 3 p.m. at
238 Ponce de Leon, St. Joe Beach. Gas
grill, TV. clothirig and miscellaneous.
ltc 5/13

Yard Sale: Saturday. May 15th, 7:00 till
noon, 620 Dural St., Oak Grove. Yellow
house. Itp
Rummage Salei Liberty Manoi office
building, Sat., May 15, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Clothes and staff.
Moving Sale: Saturday, May 15. boats.
furniture, washer, dryer. 605 Marlin St .
Highland View. 8 a.m. until. 227-3623.
Yard Sale: Friday at 7118 Georgia Ave.,
St. Joe Beach. A little bit of everything.
From 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Garage Sale: Sat.. May 15th, 8:00 a m.
till at 4458 Hwy. 98, St. Joseph Shores,
Burch's residence. Itp


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


CUSTOM LAWN

SERVICE
Jeff Wood 227-1559


Glynn Dykes
SDrywall
"No job loo big, or too mall"
201. -1785 .
Free Estimates Insured


Catering & Cakes
For All Occasions
Wedding, Anniversary. Reunions,
Receptions and Dinners
Call 229-6154 & leave message.
q


I s' Residential
Commercial
Termite & Pest Control
* Ti''m.ie Treatments Restaurant Motel
R Fiea C.r,-,il Condominiums
Shou-Cr,'i.,:.l P-i Co,-Trci .* New Treatment/
* ~ i lt e i iel :'l Repo. C "cFiriuc..'. Sites

& MILY OWNED
PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
Serv,nQ Gull C. Surround.ng Area
Free Estimates & Inspections


Full time sales clerk needed, experience
with office supplies- a definite, plus.
Needs to have excellent people s.kills.
and ability to work with the public.
Computer skills needed with accounts
receivable. Pick up an application' at
The Star, 308 Williaims Ave. 'Port St.
Joe.
Computer typesetter needed, full time.
Needs good communication and gram-,
matical skills. Please send resume,,;to
The Star, P. 0. Box, 308, or turn in at
309 Williams Ave.. Port St. Joe.


Please come by Bayslde Lumber and fill
out application. CDL required. 229-
8232. ., ltc5/13
Experienced Licensed Real Estate
Salesperson to work in active market.
Full time position available. Contact'
Barbara Harmon. Mexico Beach
Harmon Realty, Inc. 850-648-5767.
tc 5./.13


Help wanted Immediately. Full time
year round position, front desk person
to work in real estate and rental office at
Cape San Bias. Call Anchor Va'cation
Properties for interview. 229-2777.
2tc5/13
- Sawmill foreman wanted ,in.Leesburg,
FL. Prefer experienced hard worker.
Drug-free workplace. Send resume, to:,
Setco. Box 9289. Coral Springs. FL
33075. lt 5/13
Carpenter. S10 hr. Must have trans-
portation For work in Apalachlcola.
Call 653-9654 after 5. 2tp 5/13
I own a weed eater and riding lawn
mower. Need someone that can sue
these (mature man) to mow my proper-
ty. Also a housekeeper. Pay by the hour.
Call 648-8264 for details. I tp
Home health care needed. 5 to 9 p.m.'
Please call 648-8668. Itc 5/13
Housekeepers and Inspector. Opening
for full time Inspector and housekeepers
in busy property management office on
Cape San Bias. Weekend work required.
References preferred. Cape San Bias'
Vacation Rentals. Inc. Call. 229-6916.
'2tc 5/13,
Store clerk/general office full time posi-
tion. Apply in person .at' Marquardt's
Marina, Hwyc. 98, Mexico Beach. Drug
free workplace. : 2tc 5/6


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, do everything
including plumbing, electrical,
Painting, patching or hanging
sheetrock, ;repairing rotten
wood & roof'work. ,
648-2167 jic2


PLUS SMALL ENGINE REPAIRS
St. Joe Rent.All, Inc.


706 First Street
Phone 227-2112


/ MINI-STORAGE \



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


Serving Port St. Joe and Surrounding Area for 15 Plus Years
Major Appliance, Air Condition & Electrical Repairs
DANIELS SERVICE CO., INC.
850-220-8416
RA0043378 I ER0007623
> .. ', ,'*


Office: 850-220`6018
Fax: 850-229 8976

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


Job Nptice for City's Summer
Program this year the City of Port St.
Joe will be utilizing a federal grant
through the Summer JTPA program for
our summer employment program.
JTPA will hold two application sign ,up
days to recruit 175 students from the
ages of 14 through 21 years .of age.
Students with adverse economic situa-
tions, such as parents who have been
laid off from work will be, eligible. For
additional Information regarding eligi-
bility call Jordan Miles at 639-3563.
Please bring your social security card
and your birth certificate to be able to
apply at:
Port St Joe Fire Station. May 18,. 1999
from 3-00 5:00 p.m.
tc5/13

Mechanic' needed: must have 3 "years
experience in diesel engines arid
hydraulic systems. Must hae own tools
and prefer CDL. Paid holidays. IRA,'and
insurance. Call 850-785-7099.
3tc 4/29

Cottage cleaners. Transportation. expe-
rience. Saturday a must. Apply
between thehours of 5 and 7 p.m. 850-
229-2683. 4tc 4/15
Gulf Sands Restaurant. Cook & 'wait-
ress help needed. Apply in person only,
H-wy. 98. St. Joe Beach Open at 3i00
P.M. tic 5/6


HEILIG-MEYERS FURNITURE CO.
The nations 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 vacaolion
2. major medical/hospilalizalion insur- .
ance
3 dental insurance
4. life insurance
5. employee purchase discount program
6. profit share & retirement plan
!7. paid sick lecae
The individual to join our staff must be:
1. career minded
2. able to work well with others
!3. willing to work evenings and weekends
A. self motivated
Apply in person during business hours at"
209-211 Reid Ave., PSJ An equal
opportunity employer. No phone calls


COINS BY THE BAY! I buy and sell old
coins and paper money. Billy Stephens.
fair pnces. Home 229-8104. bus. 229-
6803. fc 5/6
COSTING'S
Bookkeeping Service
Tax Returns A Specialty
200 Reid Ave.
SPort St. Joe
(850) 229-8581


C. J.'s awn.
Service
FULL LAWN SERVICE
VACUUM YARD MACHINES
'i TRIMMING
I will work for you.
iC, Serving Mexico Beach,, St. Joe
Beach, Port St Joe and
Wewahitchka
clyde Sanford (850) 648-8492


Gulf Coast Community College has the
following opening: Counselor: Primary
responsibilities include: the develop-
ment and implementation of programs
and services for. the college's minority
students; high school and community
recruiting activities targeting potential
minority students; and general counsel-
ing and academic advising duties. A
master's degree in counseling or a relat-
ed field is required and a background of
similar position-related experiences is
strongly preferred. The position is
opened until filled. Applications may
be picked up at: Gulf Coast Community
College, Human Resources. Admini-
stration Arinex Room, 104. 5230 W. U.
S. Hwy. 98, Panama City, FL 32401.
GCCC is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. Minority and female candi-
dates are strongly encouraged to
apply. itc 5/13

C. W. Roberts Contracting. Inc. Now
hiring experienced heavy equipment
operators, truck dnvers, and laborers.
Competitive pay, good benefits. Apply at
Hwy. 20 East, Hosford, FL. Drug Free.
EOE. 2tc 5/6
Full time cashier, cabin cleaner and
maintenance person. Call 229-8775 or
come by Cape Trading Post." tfc 4/22
Need licensed salesperson. experience
in south Gulf County preferred. Call
Tom at Tom Todd Realty, 227-1501.
'tc 5/6
Part time office position in the reservna-
tions/front desk area Some weekend
work required. Needs to be friendly and
outgoing with good communication and
computer skills. Must be able to handle
difficult,,situations and enjoy working
with the public. Please mailed or fax
resumes to Parker Realty of Mexico
Beach, P, 0. Box 123. Mexico Beach. FL
32410, fax\ 850-648-5779. E-mail
address: par kerrealt v'@digitalexp.com.
tic 5/6


NEEDED IMMEDIATELY! COOKS,
DISHWASHERS, KITCHEN HELP AND
WAITING STAFF.: Apply in person or
phone: DUNES BEACH RESTAURANT,
3625 Cape San Bias 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. ,,' tfe 5/6


STUTZMAN ROOFING
RC #0038936
Specializing in Reroofs *
'Single-Ply & Repairs
"I'here Quality Is Higher Than Price"
229--8631



Steve Brant's


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

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


'Michael Wood Residential Contractor 227-1589
Fine carpentry & architectural details
L ', repairs remodels decks fenced
Insured License #RR0067190 /


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S GARRY L. GADDIS
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION & REPAIR
EXTENDED WARRANTY FREE ESTIMATES REPAIRS ON ALL BRANDS INSTANT FINANCING
SERVICE AGREEMENTS
648-5474 FLULICENSE ER001992, RAl 154218)


TIE 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


MIize Plumbing, Glass & Supply, Inc.
,PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS REMODELING
PLUMBING SUPPLIES GLASS, MIRRORS & SHOWER DOORS
'RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL Lic. #CF-C057220,' RGO051008, ERO011618
520 E. First St., Port St. Joe, FL
850-229-6821 or 227-3885


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MISCELLANEO~I(4MISCELLAN EOUSII1!MmISEAOS1 PS REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE


Very good condition, sofa sleeper. Call
227-1535 after 3 p.m. Itc 5/13
Simmons Beautyrest, queen set, $50.
648-8602. ltc 5/13
Oak dining table with 4 chairs & oak
buffet. 229-7000. 4tc 5/13
Steel flat bed with boxes under bed,
headache rack for lwb truck, asking
$250. 647-5648, after 7:00 EST.
2tc 5/13
Diesel Kubota tractor with blade, 5 ft.
bush hog and back bucket. Call Bill
Carr 229-6961. tfc 5/13
Daylilies, all colors, red, cream, laven-
der, pink salmon, gold and peach. Jean
Stebel, 6760 Hwy. 71, White Citv. 827-'
1304. tfc 5/13
PHOTO DEVELOPING, available at
Barfield's, 229-2727, 212 Third St.,
Port St. Joe (at former Photo World
Shop) tfc 5/13
Complete 1/2 bed mattress, springs,
rails, and slats in good condition, for
$125. Call 648-8265. Itp
Antique pump organ. approx 80 yrs.
old. Works good In good condition over-
all. Has side oil-lamp holder. 'Ask
$1,000 obo. 229-6773. 2tc 5/13
Steel buildings, new, must sei,'30x40x
12 was S 10,200 now S6.990: 40x60x14
was S 16.400 now 8108,871: 50x100x16
was 827.590 now 819.990: 60x2Q0x16
was 858,760 now 839,990. 1-800-406-
5126. Ip 5/13


Compaq Proline 433 comnputer,in good
condition, $200. 229-8641. 2tp 5/6
Super single waterbed, like new, to
trade for queen size' bed frame, box
springs and mattress. Call 229-1091.
3tc 5/6'

Rings, Necklaces, Knives, Radio/
Stereo, Bicycles, Tools. Layaways
available. Buy Sell Trade. PAWN
SHOPPE, 212 3rd St., 227-PAWN
tfc 5/6,
Used furniture for sale. Johnnle's
Trim Shop, 310 4th St., Port St. Joe.
tfc 5/6

Cabinet 'style, sewing' machine. by
Kenmore. $75 obo. 229-2049. uc 5/6
AVON serving Tyndall. the.beaches and-
Port St. Joe. Susan. 647-3651: tfc 5/6-





1989 14x70 mobile home, 3 bdrm., 2
bath, new carpet, siding & shingles.
810.900. 648-8914. tic 5/6:
In stock Zone 111. DCA modular 12 sin-
glewldes. 14 doublewldes. all must go.
by June 15th. Huge savings on all 99's.
Make us an offer.' Land home package
available. Sil's Mobile Homes. 1-800-
239-4671. 2tc 5/13
Government assisted land home pro-
grams. Call 1-800-239-4671. 2tc 5/13


3 Land Home Packages. ready to move
in, Panama City area. Call 1-800-239-
4671. Possible 0 down payments
2tc 5/13

New Zone III 16'x80 deluxe 827.995.
1-800-239-4671. 2tc 5/13
Need. a DCA modular? 12 model to
choose from. Double and triple -Ides.
Call 1-800-239-4671. 2tc 5/ 13



The 2000's

are on the

Sway!
1 All 99's must go!.
| No reasonable offer
refused discounts on lot
models up to $3,000.
Trades welcome.

SIL'S MOBILE HOMES
1023 N. Tyndall Pkwy.
Panama City, FL
florida's Oldest and
Most Respected Dealer.
1.800-239.-4671
Open 8-8 for your shopping
: convenience.!


For pennies more. get latest technology
.for active ingredient delivery in liquid
wormers. Ask BARFIELD'S LAWN &
GARDEN 1229-2727) about HAPPY
JACK LIQUI-VICT. (www.happvlackinc.
corn) 6tc 5/13
Beautiful kittens need a home. Only 8
weeks old. Call 227-3714. tfc 5/13
PET SITTER -1 will care for your pets
while you're away in the comfort of their
.own home. Will make as many visits as
you need. Have references. Don. 647-
3651. 4tc 4/29
KITTENS. Beautiful, loving, box
trained. Dewormed. Donations will 'go to
local humane society. 647-3651.
4tc 4/29
AKC golden retriever puppies, med. to
dark color. 70 to 100 lbs. when grown.
very smart. very loving. great with kids.
ready to sell 4-28-99. S200. 648-5435.


REAL SOTAT


'Well built all brick home located In
quiet family neighborhood I block to'
your own private beach. 3 bedroom/2
bath w/oversized 2 car garage."
Convenient to St. Joe, Beaches. &-
Panama City. Community pool. tenrus;
courts, and beach. For more Informa-
tion on this home, please contact:
Jennifer Scoggins. REALTOR / ERA
Neubauer Real Estate 785-1551
Itc 5/13


TR-.ADES and SERVICE.


Wewa Serenity Group, Presbyterian
Church. Hwy. 71. Al Anon meets
Monday at 7:00. AA meets Monday and
Thursday at 7:00.
LARRY'S OUTBOARD
Service & Repair
479 Madison St. Oak Grove
229-8592
Certified Outboard Technician
Larry "Scuba" Gay Owner/Operator


1 MARVIN'S
Satellite Service
6131 G(eoigia A eillIte Call18_01 o 6-17 3171I
Port St Ioe Fl 3245 Cell 1.8501899 1061


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JEFF'S TREE SERVICE
'. 17 years experience in
Removal, Trimming, Etc.
j Free Estimates Low Rates
850-762-4660 56


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


ROGER STOKES
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
647-3328
Free EOirnotes RF0066770
OLUMBING REPAIRS


Mexico Beach beachside. Price reduced.
3 bedroom/2baLh. CompletelV remod-
eld, additional camper 'hookup.,
$179.000. Pelican Walk Real Estate.
648-4995. 1 te 5/ 13
Residential Building Lot in ea'sh6fes
Subd. 2 blocks from beach. S22.500.
'Price includes paid water and sevver
tap, Possible ow-ner fInancing. Jennifer
Scoggins. REALTOR / ERA Neubauer
Real Estate 785-1551. 1 te 5/ 13


Mexico Beach WATERFRONT, 4 bed-
room/2 bath. boat life. boat house.
dock. excellent condition. S259,000.
Pelican Walk Real Estate. 648-4995.
I te 5/ 13.
"We Will Sell Your House, or ERA Will
Buy ILI" There's no stronger
commitment in real estate and 11*s on]%
ava.fiable from ERI. If you have a house
in the beaches area. call me todav to
find out how you can qualff), for ERA
Seller's Security Plan. Jennifer
Scoggins, REALTOR /- ERA, Neubauer
Real Estate 785- f 551. 1t:6,5/ i3
I.6t for sale: White City. adjacent to St.
Joe* Co. property. located no Beatty Ave.
$6.500. Call 227-1258. 2tc 5/13


15th Street/Wysong Residential Lot.
$19.500. Possible Owner Financing.
Jennifer Scoggins, REALTOR / ERA
Neubauer Real Estate 785-1551.
Itc 5/13
FOR LEASE OR SALE: 307 Beacon'. 3
bedroom/2baLh. Approx. 1500 sq. ft.
Great locationl S750 month or
S 117.500. For more information, please
.call Jennifer Scoggins. REALTOR, / ERA
Neubauer Real Estate 785-1551.
itc 5 18,


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" Residential *Custom Wood
" Commercial einclustrial
A..;R:R Fence
Feneing'and ebacrete ftrk
Albert Flelschmann FREE Estimates
EIN#593115646 (850) 647-4047


76 ?4

Circle S Refinishing
Repair a Touchup or Complete
Refinishing. We do it ALL from
furniture to floor. Free Estimates
This area's most experience refinishers
827-W28 ask for Dusty


BARTS
HANDYMAN
SERVACE
Household Repairs
Painting, Interior/Exterior Deck
Restoration a Lawn Maintenance
FREE ESTIMATES
(850) 229-1051


STUCCO
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A REAL

Stucco Work
Ov or 50 colors to choose from.
All Stucco-.
Wo Styrofoam
--Also specializing in: -
Simulated Brick
Simulated, Stone
dua 1-ity Painting
Call Timq "The
Stucco Man"
229-8588
Mobile # 227-5424


Gulf rMut byiowii6k. Cape San Blas;.
near State Pdrk.404'x8113% $39,0,000.
Call.64.7-3828. 8tp 5/6
i. Jde* Beich 3:bedro'6rn, 2 bath
mobile home, ocean %lew, 360'to beach.
New roof. great bu.%r. S79.900.'Crvstz--d
Sands Realtv. 648-4400. 4tc 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 FCU 850-227-1156. ask
for Debbie or Tamara. 4te, 4/29
Howard Creek Landing.'a popular fish-
Ing and hunting retreat. approx. 2
acrels. For more Information call
Papermakers FCU 850-227-1156. ask
for Debbie or Tamara. 4tc 4/29
Brick:,horhe located on-:E. 2nd St.,
Wewahitchka, 3BR/2BA, living rm/
fariiilk rm-w/fireplace and carport. For
more, information call, Papermakers.
FCU 850-227-1156;,ask for Debbie or
Ta ffia'ra. 14tc 4/29
House located on 275 Avenue M In
Apalachicola.. For more Inform'a'tiori call
Papermakers FCU 850-227-1156, ask
for Debbie or Tamara. Atc 4/29
2 lots Dead Lakes/Chipola River. 10
miles north of Wemahitchka. Call 227-
9440, ff no answer, leave message.,
4tc 4/29

3 bedroomi, I 'b.a:. home located, 166
RedfishSt.,: Highland, View. New. septic
tank,. vinyl siding. excel. view of bay_ -
ES28,500. 229-6961/27-2017. Lfc 5/6
House'for sale: 2 bedroom, I bath, in.
.Oty limits, fenced in back yard, nice
neighborhood. 845.000 n6go'Llable. 229-
.2769... ac, i6
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For Sale by Chvner: 2 story house for
sale, 26O sq. ft,, 3 bdrm., 2. 1/2 bA.,
iaige% covered front & b abk porich.
,Features 16932 masterbdrm. */walk-
in closeL Garden tub & shower, sunken
'den, fireplace, surround sound set-up.
Formal dining room,. breakfast nook,
-12x:16'utflity- shed. 1011tatipop-,SL. By
appointment only. 229-6411 '..ifc5/6
For sale In 'WeAia. Single wide trailer,
scre en porch, utility room, shady lot,
some financing, $24,500. 63975929. -
GULF VIEW Large mobile home lot in
restricted subdivision. High elevation,
paved s street, city water & chain 1ink
f6nce on boundaries. Located on Auger
Ave. and Sunray Court. Beacon HUI,
35,000..Call Parler Realt),r bfMeMco
Beach, Inc. for fuither info.: ,850-648-
5777. tfe 5/6


STEVE'S OUTBOARD
MARINE-
.229. BOAT,,,


CbrW Applianee
Repair Serviee
477 Ponderosa Pines Drive
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Owner. CbHs Acree
Mobik 227-8083
Office: 227-1402



Ile R. Cleaning Services
...,No Job Too Big or Small.
For FREE Estimates e 227-3623
Homes, Offices, Mobile Homes
dip 422

ood Work Doesn't Cost,
It Poys/

ST. JOE TREE AND,
STU" REMOVAL
Brush Chipping, Stump Grinding
and Logging 0 INSURED
6924 Alabama Avenue*
Port St. Joe
850-647-3405
tk 5/6 Charles Tipton


MOWER:& SAW

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Saffiel d's Lawn 0 Garde,
212Thirdst.
229-2727
years experience
New & Used Eq'uipment Sales
FREE pickup and delivery
(when we do your repair)
4c 5/6


BOB'S PAW U
SHOP
30 Continuous Years of
Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wreck
Body & Window Work,-,
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Body Work
MV02522
Call or See BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone:i27-7229


HA RMON's HEAVY EowPMENTCOMPANY
SPECIALIZING IN CLEAN TOP SOIL
BULLDOZERS BACKHOES LOADERS
TRACTORS -DUMP TRUCKS
850-648-8924 Mexico Beach, FL 32410


ALAN STRICKLAND (850) 647-8081
bc PER0313168 24 Hr. Service
Do It Right the ist Time Call
STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
Power Poles 0 Trailer Hookups Service Change Outs
& New: Remodeling Construction


''2026 Mcirvin Avenue'
.%a z Port St. Joe, FL 32-456
bi License #RC-0067081

61 %v P* M1
Phone(8,50)'

2.5years ar
ac /6


JerryJsThis and That,
Antiques'* Collectables Used Furniture e3V's e Appliances
2457 Hwy 71 North JERRY or JANE KEEL
Wewahitchka, FL 32465 rfc 6 3 (850) 039-4172


WE BUY HOUSES,

fast cash. quick closings -,any condition,

(850) 648-5435 e (904),783-0333.


PHIL!S HOME IMPROVEMENTS
REPAIR AND REMODE-LINQ.:
(8501)229-6460-
Phil Collier Residential Contractor
tfc 5/6 Licensed ancl Insured Lic. #RR-0067199

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 P. 0. Box BQ2,
Home (850) 648-919 Port St. Joe, FL 32457


Barrier Duneslownhomes at
""Cap' S'n Blas offer dllA6`:-'
advantages- of living in a gqted A
community: pool, tennis court,"
6each 6oardwalk, fish ponds, n: I I
chip and putt golf. Enjo white
sand 6eaches, natural clunes
and world class fishing just Out-
side your front door. Excellent rental potential with esta6lished
clientele. Premier units availa6le from $115,000. Visit Elva
Peden at the gatehouse or our St. Joseph Bay Office.

01998The Prud6ntlal Real Estate Affiliates, Inc. The Prudential and 4 are registered service marks
of The Prudential Insurance Company of America Q Equal Housing Opportunity.
Each Company Independently Owned and Operated


A nice 3 bdrm., 2 ba. double Mde
mob[le home on 75x150 lot In quiet
neighborhood on St. Joe Beach. askJng
S55,000. Call 647-3292. Lfic 5/6





Want to BuY: Gulf view or gulf front
condo. Port St. Joe area. under
S[OO.000 or home under S125.000.
Call 901-247-5643. 4tp 5/13

PUBLIC NOTICES:

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HERCBN GIVEN 11131. F-Ur4U-11`11 to a
%%.nL ol Execution iz;ud in Lne CITCUIL (-"Ijnrof
Gull Counry Florida imn the i2Lh da- c.f Aprill
1'399 In Le cause uherem %%ILI Lkr-l 1.5-neh,
Inillmduall.% and %%'Llharn M L%.Tieh d.-b, a Bills
Auti Rep3dr was plainuff and F R uridivid.
Ljall% and F R %Velch D. BA %kelch Awo Crusher4
was defendant balrig Case No 96 ILIL in sud
Court
1. Fran], MeKeithen a Sheriff of Gulf
Counr% noridi. hae levied upon all the nea LiLle
and interest -A Lne defendant F R Welch. Lndl%,Id
ually 3nd F R Welcli d1b a %%'elch Auto Cru5hEF;
in and ir Lhe lolloing cfccnbecl property. to-ME
Tractor White Freighdiner CA213ALO
85750 Vehicle ID No
Portable Car Crusher
Tr-.der Alibarna Jul% '95 Tax
30 X6.36.346 Apporuined
Alabama 95 78-2246
and on Lhe I bLh day of May. k999 at Lhe front door
of Lbe Gutf Cownry Courthouze in the Cin, of Pun
Si Joe. Gulf Count%. flond3 -it the house of I I Cit)
ANI EST or as 'on mereaftef as po4;ible 1 will
ofier for sal, all of the 5aid defendan[.5 F R.
'Melch's ngka. ude and intert in aforesaid proper-
ty at pubLic outcTy and .-ill seLl Lhe same subject
to all prior hens. encumrirancc and pjappmeriLs if
axi. to Lhe tughec and best bidder or tdclaer-. for
CASH. Lhe proceeds to b, applied as fr as Firay. be
to the payment of eo ;L, and Lr.e ;auslaction of Lhe
above deicnbed execution
FRANK AIcKEf-1HFN
N 3j m of She. rij f
of Gull Counry riond 3
B% ; z; Frank McKeahen
Sherm
In Accordance with Lhe Amencan ith Dis3biljues
ACL persons with dj3bfljoes needing a special
accorr.nodauor. in pamLip3u. in this proceeding
sh,uld comact Rhenif Fr-uik McKpahert nit later
Lhan seven d3v pnor to the procrediria at 22.L-
4te April 22 and 29 and Ma%. 6 and 13 1999
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. POURTI EENTH
JUDICLU CIRCLIrT OF rFic _qTA-TE or
FLORID.V IN AND FOR GULF'COLINI-Y
COLSE NO 9 9.23
IN PROBATE
IN RE: Tlae JElstgte of
UNAVR C ALLIGOOD
decfas ed
NOTIC QE 4%DMINISTRATION
'FHE dLDMINMrR,%TION of the Estate of
LANTA.R C ALLIGOOD. deve3td File Nurnber 99
23 Is penchno In Lhe Circuit Court lur Gulf Count%.
Florida Probate Divii-wn. Lhe addres of which iA
Gulf County Cour-Lhrjue. 10(V Cecil G Coswm Sr
Siva ForT SE Joe. Flonda 324,j6 The name and
address Ed Litt Personal Rrpresentau.e and lil;
anomey are ;Ft forLh tiplov,
Ali urterettecl pers-,,ns arr recluffed to file
WFFHIN THREE IT MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS NO-FICE. (1) All
claims against &.e eitwe and 121 an. oljection by
an Interested person on %hrm nouce %as served
that aLallenges Lhe %-adit% of the Will the qualill-
canon of the Perscins.1 Reprrzentarje venue or
jurisdiction of the Court ;1
3
ALL CLAWS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NUT SO FILFD WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
DATE of the fi[ZE publication of LI-ds Notlee',of
AchrunistrationMav 13
W! LLLAM J. R! SH
IRISH. GIBSON & SCHOOL. PA
206 t.'4th Street
P. 0; Box 39,
Port St. Joe. Florida 32457,
(904) 229-8211
.ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATtvE
FI, BAR NO. 0066806.
is/ JIM C ALLICOOD
5006 Hollv Aenue
Panama 6q. Florida 32466
PERS014AL REPRESENTATIVE
2te, May 13 and 20; 1999.
IiOTI[Ci OF INTENT TO REGISTER
FICTMOUS NAME,
Nouce is hereby given LhaL'-pursuiant to Chapter
865 09 Florida Statutes the undersigned intends
to register %lLh the D1,1sion of Corporations,
Department, of. State, the fictitious "trade nam
under which it will be4ngagtid in business and in
which said business 1, to bp carried on Iri ult
NAME TO BE REGISTERED MehLa s Bwitique
MAIL11413 ADDRtSS: '606 Reld:Avenue, Port St.
joe Florida 32456.
OWNER (S): Melita A. Davis.--
".1tc. May.13. 1999.
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
T"he Deparunem announces receipt of ar. applica.
Lion frr perrrdt from Terry Rhr,.Jem File No 23
,0151917001-Dr. to recover precut ed
Limber from the waters of the Apalanicrila l4wer
beguirung at Queens Cltv Point ajid encling mt
Sauls Creek for a total rf4;) n%r miles Theuinixi-
.repderles will be conducted In'Gulf County.
tc, Miy.13 and 20. 1999., -


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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


00017-000R R
1 R-0006400 $1.9,23
ADAMS CHESTER & EDNA E
S 7 T 6 R 0 1 ACRE, PER DEED)
REC'D ORB 39/732
MAP # 153

00060--230R
2 R-0013200 $327.66
FLOYD MARK D0,
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNREC
LOTS 6 THRU 13 4.289 AC M/L
ORB 199/1i75 FR GULF COUNTY
FARMS INC.
MAP# 15 5

00105-OOOR
3 R-0016900 $138.90
HUGHES U,. JEROME'& MARY A,;
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(IJUNRECOROrD) 'A'147 X 130 FT
LOT ORB 183/HIO FR Afi.IMAN
MAP *156A .

00120-OM. ,
4 ,' R-0018100 $ 32.70
HOWARD LEONORA C/O FE BAYLESS
8 28 T ,5I R9 100 ACRES ALL.
001' GIN r /:' OF SW1/4 LESS 3
A. IN SUr. OF SE1/4 .OF SW.1/4,
W OF LOCKLEY BR, -& ALL THAT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

o0017t-OOOR
", R6 (R.0:7900 $4.9 90
0GI lS'A SII IIHJALD 0 J
S 5 5 T 7 R WHITFIELD) ACRES
SUBD,.(UNRECORDED) LOT 45 FT.,
BY 95 FT. OF LOT 5 ORB 181/470
QC FR RAM`ER
(FOR FIJPIIIER LFGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

001807 00R R
6 R-0'030.00 $351".20
GORMAN U. iCARSIUN
S f. F 7 F R UWHIFIELD ACRFS
';iflill. Ji -IECi. RDED)R.) P.p nr i ni
4 BEllrf 90 IIO 110 FT. ORB
77/41,9 .
(FOR FUIJRIHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00t'?3-000R
P- 1,001.r, '.) $7.1., 10
r,lRM(r.N U iL i M 'A .
S t,. T 7 P 13 UHllFIEIII ACRES
SUB.D,(iIHtJrE;lORJR1 D)' u w 5 T. F '"
LOT 5 REC'D ORB 147/505'FR
GORMAN
.FOR FLIPRT-IP LEGAL EIE TAX ROLL)

0022;':3- 000OR
0 r-o 0(.:]/,'1( 0 $44.92
UALLi IC 0 C.
LJHTIFIELO ACRES AT 'HOWARD
E:PI -FP S Fr'INLI AADn 11 ION PB 1 'PG-
59 LOT 12 ORB 103/1005 FR
SCOTT
:,FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEF 1N, ROLL.)

00240-,O00OP
9 R-n' J9100o,) $1800.69
i. iritiJn tl uI L .L TE HEII-F I
UHl I t F I ELI ,I11.P '- Al m illl.,', ll
CREEK FrnriND ADnllIoti[ I'R I I PG
59, LO'T 6 lIJU 44/228
MAP 1 .1
BLK 4

1.1.' 1 /--0ri0l1
1 0 R- F Y37/'.'0 '
'-'ALLE CO tI.I JI TI I 11111 ', .
UFITTrFTLD ACRES AT HOWARD -
C:REEI< SECOtNi ADDITION.PB 1 PG:-,
i? I 11 T
Url l1 l ? I 73 F :IIF .
(rlIR I.IkT'HL-R Ll r.i(,l fA, F IA" ', i i )


(Io 413 ooo ? -00!
31 -0. 17 1R 3:11 01
CLARK JAMES U, & SHERRY
Ull I I It [ II AI.RES AT HOI ARD
:I -LII-K 'iT 'llil) ADDITION PB 1. I,
'.9 1 101 ,6 I-RPB 1 .14 ..'1 FR -
RtLIGSFL
(F R IIJRIIF.HER LEGiL SEl TAX ROLL).


.10.16 0o"01?
I -' R n .,*- 1 :.1 "' iI 1 ,
I. 1 .I l-1 Y IlFll I I.RL.
UHI lF IELO ACRES AT HOARD
CREEK SECINDU ADD!ITIO10 PB 1 PG
59 LLITS I 12 ..
ORB 20-1/ 1I FR lIIND_ E'
."(F iR FURI-hIFR L Er1,.'l. 5EF iA0. PO'i il

0026 -001R)
13 R-0044600 4' .'4
VANN JOSH H. & I .A00iN0A n
WHTTFIIDI 0 ACPFS Al II tPl j "pI
LffEEi St CONr ALII 1111 .IN 'B 1. PI;
59 LOT 1 ORB 18(F.'61 1 R
S .11E R(I CAN.
(FUR FIJRTIICR LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00301-000R .
14' R--0050100. $15852
SIMMONS ANNE
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND'ADDITION PB 1. PG
59 LOTS 7 & 8 ORB 167/728 FR
SMITH .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL 'SEE 'TAX ROLL)

00326--OOR .
15 R-0054500 $280. 23
MIXON LANNY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD .
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOTS 12, 13, 14 ORB 156/
4164--46-, FR MIXON,
,(FOR FURTHER 'LEGAL SEE 'TAX ROLL)

00327-00R
1.6 R.-0054700 FIHX $205 .49
REDD JAM'ES A, 'JR', &'NIN(' N,'
WHITFIEIND ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 11 P1
59 LOT 1.5 LESS 5 X 62 FT
STRIP ORB 193/683 FR DAVIED
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00334-032R
17 R-OOS8300 "$48,84
WALKER JOSEPH B, ET UX
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) U/2 OF LOT 2 ORB
65/57.1 .
MAP *156A
0BLK 4

00334-.033R
10 R-0058400 I-IX $1.26,93,
O1THI:C BRENDAN E. & KAREN M,
S 5 T 7 R 0 I1-IOWARD CREEK, PROP
(UNRECORDED) E/2 OF LOTS 2 )&
3 ORB 196/967 FR MIDDLEBRIIOOKS
MAP #156A


00334-066R
19 R-0060800
GOLSON JAMES B & JO CAROL
S 5 T 7 R 0 HOWARD 'CREEK
(UNRECORDIEI) LOT 6
ORB 160/955
MAP *156A


00334-069R
20 R-0061.000.
WHITFIEL..D JOE U
S S T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK'
(UNRECORDED) .S 1/3 OF LO
ORB 57/142 &(. ORB 95/743
HOLIDAY' BEACH INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAI.. SEE T'


00334-0768R
21 R-0061300
LEE BII...L.Y 1G. ET AI..
S 5T. 7 R 0 HOWARD
(UNRECORDED) LIOT 4
MAP 1.56 A


CREEK
ORI) 5


00334-078R .
22 R0061400
I...EE BIL:..Y G. EI'T UX
S .5.T 7 R 0 HOWARD CREEK
(UNRECORDED) LOT 5 ORB 8
MAP : 156 A


0.0334-232 "
S23 R.-00655i(0 I'HX
WARD MELVIN & WANIDA
HOWARD I I -LI E: FT-OP. NO, 2
III'? uIl/ o 1- I liT':, 1.1, 1.2,
IPtI I iI.' V91 T I IE:lll llYE '
M (ip l .,., 11

00334--263R "
24 R--0067300
MARTIN,NORMAN M.
IIIIuIJILl CREEl( F'PI)P NO. 2
IIN ll iL r I ll 111 1 3 I1 I ;'), n
Ilil i Ar i In. r.1 II NC & I i< I
FR MARTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE Tr

(') J 3 1i 1 '.1 ) 0
':. i o *H 100
I'ilif I" : 'EM.PSEY & NANCY
lirJL.ili' l..I i. I:K PROP NO 3
IIUNItRE .1ii? I nT LOT -3
li O 0' 111 1 1 i I I l I il I
MAP* I.'.U .


0(0334-5201R ,
26 R-0068206(
ROGERS DEMPSEY
HI-IuRiH (.I.,F Ph'II' NO 3
IJtiPEI'I IRLIEI) 1,1 1 4 ,ORB ,10 40
FR, U PII .Ii n i. V I i. 0 1.7,3/.
FR .. ,
(r fil FIJRIIIEP LEGAL. SEE T|


00360-246R
37 R-0078900 $185.56
GULF COUNTY FARMS INC. ,
S 6 T 7 R .,
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 21 (ORB 190/730-
731 FR FLOYD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00360-240R
30 R-0079100 $*246,301
JONES LARRY S. & MADE M.
S 6 T 7 R El
HOWUARD CREEK PROPERTIES


LUT 23 ORB 202/783 FR
CO. FARMS INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

00360-250R
39 R-0079200
JONES LARRY S. & MADE
S 6 T 7 R 8
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 24 ORB 209/527 FR
CO, FARMS INC'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


OI. I.. I

TAX ROLL)


$92.
M ,


GULF .

TAX POL I )


$1.6:1 .137 00360-2651R ,
IL 40 R-0079700 iftD.1.B0 '
K PR)OP MARSHALL WILLIE EJ.R, ET A.
S 6 T 7 R 8
HOWARD CREEK i, I'RF'l-RFIES
LOT 32 ORB IRI /?0? OC FR'
BL.K 6 MARSHALL
(FOR r ii l ?lFiR I FE l I SFE 'TAX RltL '

$'175,07 00360-329R
41 R-0002000 F1411. 41
PROP GULF COUNTY FARMS INC
T 7 S 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
FR PR OPERTIE:S 5,5 AC M/L BEJIN11
TRACT D, & PARCEL. I YTi1n S &' All I
AX Tr 1 ) TO L'. '1' 11 I I K IIRI I 1 1 '/225i-
'(FOR 1I I11 1'1I-1I I rF(AI. SEE TAX ROLL.)

$496, 12 00363-055
42 ; R-006200 $101.,p2
PROP MERCER .1.11) I M, JR,
7/7:/1.' S 8 T 7 1 II .5 AL M/ I ,
BEING LOT 1 GAME R l ;FRVIF SUB,,
BL..IK 7 ORB 20.3/58 FR FLEMING
MAP* 1560

$1'2.,69 00363-420R ...
43 R-00879900 2-.4
PROP UPTON BRIAN L.
7/499 S 8 T1 7 R 8 2.,588 AC H/I
PARCEL *10: .ORB 201/650 FR
I I 7 FLEMING LAND CO, ..
MAP* 1560 ,

;$333 5:1. A (. -1A',: .
44 R-0088600 $'19.90
SlU)1 rIf JOEL B., .& FRANCES D.
13 S 9 T 7 R 8 .1-.AC REC'D ORB .
91/480 ON, BROIHER'S RIVER FR.
CARTIER


$221 .20 00383-000R .
45 R-0090800 $55'.26
THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO
FR S 17 T 7,'R 8 18.40 ACRES E/2
,1 OF NE/4, lF/4 LIf BE/4, F/2 ,F
SSE/4 OF SE/4'.,& W/2 OF E/2 &
AX ROLL) W/2 ORB 79/379 LESS 584.. ...,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAXJ.ROLL) .

$:154, 88 00383-3.00R
46 R-n I9 1:.**0 ) $250.86
SMILEY ULIAI.I '
S 8 T 7 R 8 5 AC M/l.
BEOMG FARM *5A ORB 167/77 FR
FLEMING LAND CO. & 3 AC IN '
SI: FARM*5 ORB 167/299 FR FLEMING *
(FOR I 1URIHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


$200. 25


12?
97 ,(IC

/' ROLL)


00334--545R
27 R-0068700 t $114
LAMBERT JOHN E
11llWnFril CREEK PROPERTIES .iNIT
NO. 3 UNRECORDED I..T 9l '
ORB 153/444 FR LAMBERT LESS
ORB :15/T82 'TO GII...LMAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RO


'- 'i ..,.'9. '- $:16'i
I I.LM Ati .I -[-
HIIilARlI rPEFFI: i'tPERTIES UNIT'
I.] 3 I1 HI .1 JRB 153/882 FR
LYNN'
Mi'i l' .I.
B L.K E'


.'3 34-715R .
r. '* i 1.00 $i138
HOGG. WA..TON L .
illiJj llA I II-i-;Fi II'III'fE RrTIES UNIT
o, .1 l ( lt I.' fI liP Rli i 111 3 ORB
I 1 11.1 I 1- 1 IA I I N


MAP* :1- 6D8


0033-350R ,.
47 R-0091 .10o0 $?5.
CHRISTENSON THOMAS .
S 8, 7 R8 .. 4.3 AC M/L
BEING IPLTi 18 REC'lI ORB 1 71 /
901 FR FLEMING LAND COi" '
MAP* 156D ,


0 .. .


40


004.19--OOR
4.73 48 R"-0097400 HA $971.47
BURTON JASPER D. & ,MICHAEL T;
S 31 T 1I R 9 5 AC LAND DESC
IN ORB j0O/n .FR HALEY & ORB :::
50/82 FR THOMAS & LESS ORB ,
83/618 TO SHEALY & LESS ORB -
ILL) (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLl. )

00419-009R.,
,,75 49 R-0097600 '" *2 .2:
HYSEL DANIEL 1 .
S 31 T 3 R 9
17,9 X 105,23 X 17.9 X 105,21
FT STRIP ORB. 210/434 Q'C FR
D:ILL 'FSS ORB 210/435'TO'
(OR i; LRTlI.R LFGAL. '3FF TAX P 1 1 )


.0042i-00.1R .
36.29 50 R-0098300 $"
TAYL1R 1FLANUI & DURA
,S 31 I 1- R 9 BEING LOT 3 11r
I 1' 'Fs 511BI) UNRECOR EUD
ORB 1144//R,' FR PENNIN[It1N


S BLK G


.00934--735R
'(I I, I i00 O '' : 1 '' 3' .$15 43
ur. l.' Il J I II t01I) F .
HLIUAFWU L PLI l(K Ril', 'UNIT 4
(latJ Flr-f: lf II I i ii 1 11 7 '
ORR I i n', 5,, f T 1 1111 I IA IY BF.CHI
INC ', '
(In u n ip IIIRL I fr I..I '-. 1 I I< RUI I I

0 0 :1 t l ..... '
31 P- .,'1' .1 $8 a Go
.JAPTH :` ._11ii' .
S 5 T 7 R 8 .5 AC M/L HOWARD
CREEK 'PROPERtIEWS U'NREC, i 1T I
ORB 160/964 FR GUI.F CO. ri I'M',n
INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL ,SEE TAX ROLL)

00342-000R .
32 R-.007 1 :170.58
SI 1 iii ARDEN
(II..IIII i ,-i ESTATES' UNIT 111Vll1I I
1 PB 2 PG 48 LOT 1.
MAP 156 A
ORB 1.69/558 FR CALLOWAY
1.1 BLK :1.

00348-001R
33 R-0075100 $1.50,97
TURNER TROY'
MAGNOLIA f.'. I ', '-'; 1.111 NUMBER
1. LO T 1.0 I'll "' I", ,111 .
ORB l'21.1/3,.1, I; P u11 I i I I I;
MAP# 156A


00360-125R
34 R-0077200 $:l69.0 (
BAKER BOBY & EMILY CABANISS
S 6 T 7 R 0 1 AC M/L
LOTS 5, 6 ORB 202/942 FR
GULF CO, FARMS INC.
MAP* 1560

00360--234 R
35 R-0078500 $489. 1:1.
NIXON STEPHEN A. &.
S 6 T 7 R 0
HOARD CREEK PROPERTIES,
LOTS. 16 & 17 ORB 187/1134 FR
GCII.F A CO FARMS NI:NC,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RO)I,..


00360-242R
36 R-"007 8800 $16.180
BRAKE I.E IROY
O 6 'I 7 R 0
HOARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 20 ORB 157/526 FR GULF
COUILINTY FARMS INC.
(F'OR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


:1 19


MAP n In'L

00447-600R
51 R-010000 4.150
'.IMS INY F. e, MELISSA A.
1 11 I '3 9 .17 ,AC
ORB 216/9;0 CD FR STRANGI-
MAP #1090C .
o. : R
o10.1lA .009R1 '
',.' r 010 '.'(1 $4tt
'.I I ( [U I .l tl.tI L L.BUAR1l
S 4 I 4 R 9 ORRI 60/A60o rp
I-A'IFI. 1l. ING BEINIT PARCEL "n",
LI 5; U 90 IT TO SIll LIVI'A IN
101R 21-2/10 I UUlI L I'JAN ,
'a I I o1) 11 : ,, '

00456-12R '
53 R-0102'400 $SY9.
S U'JLL i' AN DAN[Fl. EDWARD '
S 7 T 4 R 9 BEING PARCEL n -1
1ORE 212/p8 FR SIlt I IVAN: .:
-irl[' II I n il:' .,


,0.1* P .r 0-1
*,1 R -1 1 ,T .li. )
i 111 rlAN DillI L EiUARI
I 6 I 1. 1 1R ( :/1 64 D
UW 9 ,1"FT OF PARCEL "'." '
OR .'i .', i FR SLJLI.IVAN
MAP 0 11ill '


1 F 1 .1 I

F (NF


00411-00OR
55 R-0106300 '.' .': $',65 ?F
1LA:IR ..JOEY U h REGINA IG
KqEN'TUCKY FN1 iIMG S II U I IU I
'UNIT ONE "'I :Pni 5. LIJ1 5
ORB 176/903 FR B..LAIR '
MAP. #127C
S BLK I

00495-OOOR ,,.
56 8R-01.07`800 ., ro .. 59
JOHNSON ,WI:Ul r IIUWARII
KENTUCKY IANUINIi SIIBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PG 2 Po 35 N/2 OF
LOT 2 ORB.:146/419 FR JOHNSnN
MAP 01127C .
"Bl K 3


00497-050R
57 R--Ooi08100O
BROWN .IERRY' UW,
S 17, 18 T 4 R 9 JIM I
PLAT AS RECD"ORB 25/';
22,23,24,25 JIM E LONG
ORB 198/708 QC FR GASK
MAP* 111A


00505--001R
58 R-0110900 HX
OUTLAW A.R, & KATHRYN
S 16 T 4 .R 9 .53 AC
ORB 1.82/315 FR HEWETT
MAP *1280


0506--010R
59 R-0116400 $30
ADAMS LARRY. &
S 16 T 4 R 9.75 X 125 FT LOT
ORB.208/58B ,FR ADAMS
MAP 128 B ;.

OO508-060R
60 R-0110800 $62
ELAM LESLIE L & LARRY
S 17 T 4 R 9 .20 .AC M/L
BEINGLOT 3, ORB 155/356-358
FR. FISHER ., .. ,
MAP* 111A i .


00508-08R ...
61 R011820 0
R & R8 REALrTY INC(.
S1.7 T 4 R 9 .72 AC M

q.0508--O0OR
,fi R-0118200
R & REALTY INC'
S 17 T 4 R 9 .72 AC.M
BEING LOT 7, UNREC PLAT "
FISHER ORB 147/912-93' IV
ItUSSELL :,
MAP* 111A .,

00509-000R
6,, R .01 I1400
RRWbuDER I F. I AL
S. 19 1 4 R 9 TRIANGULAR
.SIHlPED PARCEL :'00 FT ON
CIII'IPULA RIVER A 200 FlT ON
CHIPOI.A RIVFR CUT-QFF 8OR
tFIIR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA


059t OOJR
6:1 R--012'1500
SIMPSON IARRY A SHERRI
S 16 1 4 R 9
2 Lars 75 x 125 EACH,01
971 ; R IIAHRRIIV.
MArt "1:i R


RB


0052-3- 000
64 R-0122400 $4:1.39
CARRIER JOHN U. & CHRISIINE
CHIPOLA CUTO10FF ADDT1 ION I)
.1131 A LOT 3 PB 2 PG 21 O(HI
112/706 FR PCOWELL
MAPt litt.A
...,,' 'BI-K 1I

005:17-OOOR i
45 R-0121700 i' t nH 03
ROBERIS IRAUS i
CHIPOLA CUTOFF ADDITION 1'I
IOLA UNIT'I LOT 17 PB 2 PO 21.:
ORB 172/795 FR PITS .
MAP.ll 11A ,
SBLK 1

00565 120R. '
66 R-0129100 619.74
gtONE JAMES-O & CAROLYN M
S 19 1 4 R 9 BEING LOT 15 6&
X( L:8 FI 'AV DEPTH UHRECORDEED
IOLAI FR COX ORB 171/30 FR
OBERI
MAP# 111C "

00974-OOOR
67 R-0130700 $14t1.67
BORDERS VALERIA, HErRS iF
S 30 T 4 R 9 1.92 AC BEU AT
NEC OF NU/4 OP- NU/41 RUN. 9
CHS, TH U 2.22 CHS, TH N 9
CHS, TH E 2.22 CHS TO PB,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE lAX RWILL)


00586-050R
6SB -0134300
HUTCHISON ANNE
40O BULL ISLAND
NU. 1 LOI I ORB
79/489
HAP *1128


00613--10oR
69 R-0136700
RUBBINS MICHAEL
REP RULL ISLAND
NO. t LOI 6 ORB


$..141.22

SUBD. UNIT
73/52B & ORB


LEE &. ,
SIBD..' U
141/136


OF DUDLEY FRANKLIN ROBB
& ORB' 16/596 1/2 TNT F
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

00614-010R
70 R-0137000
YATES UWILLIAM S.
RED BULL ISLAND SiJBD. U
NO. 2 LUT 1 ORB 9.9/447
YAIES
MAP 194A

00614 020R, .,A
71 R-0137100
YAtES UILLIAHM.S.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. II
Np. 2 LOT 2 ORB 99/447,
YATES
MAP t94A '


00621-030R
4.20 80 R-0142200 $56.57
YATES WILLIAM S,
RED BULL..ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 15 ORB 127/272-73 FR
YATES
MAP* 112B
BLI( < K


1.20


00621-050R
81 R-0142400
YATES WILLIAM S.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD., .NIT
NO. 2 LOT 17 ORB :127/272-
FR YATES
MAP* 112.B


$489.09


BL. K


/L.. 00621-060R
82 R-0142500 72.25
MC DANIEl. B, J,
.$489.T9 RED BULL'ISLAND SUBD. UNIT
S NO. 3 L.OTI 18 ORB 118/1040 CD
/l:.. FR DUREN
-* "* MAP#* ,12B .
SILK I(

00622-040R
83 R-0143200 $4,00:1.
$467.30 SANDERS FRED S ET AL
RE f BUI..L ]SI-J NDi 51Till. UNIT:
NO, 2 LIIII .' IIIB 1-0/949 FR
FUSELIER
MAP *1128. L:
-,'.BLKI K
tRIIii .. '
SI: OOA2 3-0160R
';.. 114 P 01 44.'I, I I ,0 o
'00.50 POE M(CilEL UA'NE
RED HULt ISL AND, UNIT NO. 2
LOT 25 ORF1 216/844 FR SIMMONEi
I19a/ MAP* 1128
L, K L.


00676 0:'10R
85 R-0145700 $137
MINFY IKF
RFD BULL ISLAND SUBD UNIT #2
LOT 8 &, 28 ORB 117/297 FR .
* FitF' S(1I BLK ,M ,
MAP*I :I'ln,


00629-080R.
86' R-0148700
PICKRON SHARLOTTE
REDO' BULL ISLAND S.UBD,.
NO. 2 LOT 1.2 9&' 16 ORI
QC ,FR ARMSTRONG
MAP* 112 '


006:34 080R
87 R-0151400
HAMMOND.J, .
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD, UNI
NO. 2 L'OT 11 12, 13 ORB
860 -69 FR RLIUD
MAPI (128
BL K

00635-020R
88 R-0151600
DEES WALTER B,. & JUDY. E.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNI
NO. 2' LOTS 15, 16, ORB I'-
FR ZIrTO : LOT 17 ORB 191 .
FR 'ZITO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA


00636--050R1
89 R-0152000
LAIRLI CH`ARL FS R
RIFU [lUlL ISLAND
NO. 2 LOT 1 180
.FT. 'ORB 145/574
MAP i1l121


.34


$.1383,04

IINTT


007:10.-255ER
1.02 R -0174400 $ 11.5,06
MINCY IKE P. & DORIS M,
S 18 T 5 R 9 .91 AC M/L
I. OT 1.1 QUAIL RIDI:GE ESTATES
)RB :1.0/17-19 FR CRADI.Y
MAP*I :1.1.4B '


00711-O01R
103 R-0175:1.00 MX $250,72
$68.33 MINCY IKE PAUL (& DORIS
S 1S, T 5 R 9 1.7,744 AC M/V.
5,414 AC M/I..OR 101/307 FR
-73 GRA[)Y &. 032 AC M/L ORB 120/
297 FR BATON & 3 AC ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAl. SEE TAX ROI...L)


00711..-.010 R
104 R-0175200
MINCY :IKE PAUL
S 18 T 5 R 9 2.59
71/97 FROM LAYTON
AC ORB 101/306 TO
MAPI' 114 B


1,182, )00

ACRES ORB
LESS' .414
GRADIY '


00713.-010R
105 R-0175800 IX
.BUCKALEW JOHN & Pi l1 .:'
S 18 5 R. 9. 10 AC
I"IPI *0;.' 191' FR GAY
MAP irl lil 'I


00720-000R
106 R-0176400
FI'ltt.li IKE & OORIS M
I: I 5 R 9 3,53 ACRES
ORI :1.29/686 FR MI:NCY
1iAP :1: 1.411 '

00720-105R
:107 R-0177700
lUTMnr1 il y B,M,
' IV I 5 R 9 HONEY HILL
, I II'll I tilhl. lit LOT 1
S i 1/','. l FR W MBERLY
MAP* 114C


$595. 20
K.





$530,.60

REC '1) '




$240. 24'


00728-245R :
108 'R-.010:00 'HX $ '35.09
i',-llll i-- I, t l rH [1 H JO ANN r
S 19 T15 R 9
HONEY 1IILI.' SUBDIVISION:N (IUNR :
EC. ) LOT 29 ORB. 125/561-
62 TO ARDIRE & lr.'R 18.7/45 FR .
,:OR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE, 1.1': Rd1.L)


S. .' 25

'ARDIRE KENNETH & JO ANM P
BLK N S 1,9 T 5 R 9
S1 i- Y HILL SUB,. (UNREC .,) AA-
LOT 30 ORB .1.25/561 AA I'
I.'.' '. 51 II. r .I lr il n IT' & F'i I:i
S' i li t l riUIH l I FI.,L SEE TAX ROLL.)
T
I ..'/, n 1.3--075R
I U PI I? 11 *I -i $498,29
S111111 LIII [l.rir M JR., RIHIONE:A A
P S 1E.I I F!Y- 4 .t11' fl I
374 ,5.1 I I PARi' IL i R ';
$265, 14 336.62 FT DEPTH
S RB 199/758 FR BROCK -
T MAP* 114B -'


S' .ROL- ,


iX ROLL.')


HX '' $367.73,
A RFt;li,'A rl
ULBII IIN I
FT.. -BY ;-1.35


FR DUULii


BLK R


00640-003R
90 R-0o.11.(0 $74.66
BLI E. BRYANT LUEY & ELSTE LIIllT.'E
RED BULL ISLAND I.INI1 1 0. '1
S LOT 2 ORB 153/993 FR PARIER
"$111.43 MAP #112B

NIN T 0 '
FR El 00640-041R '
INS 91 R-0155400 ( $66.,8:1
R NIREM KILLEBREWU JERRY ET UX
TAY ROLl ) RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 1 .60 AC ORB 79/1067
MAP 4112.R
$87, 91 D

NIT ....' 00640-062R
FR : .. 92 R-0155700 499. 63
' ".. FILOS DEBBAR A;
P., RED BULL ISlAtlI UNIT NO. 3
Bl.K A'-. I T 3 ORB ?011712: FR JOHNSON
MAPt 1128


$68

NI
FR


BLK A


.Q0614-0308R
72 R-0137200
YATES UILLIAM S.
RED BULL ISLAND SUB01. IU
Nd: 2 LOT 3 ORB 90/447 F
YATES
3 MAP, *94A

00614-040R
73 R-0137300
YATES UJILIAMS8., .
RED BULL i LANbt.SNUBD. UN
SNO. 2 LOT-4 'ORB 99/447
YATES
MAP #94A

b0614-050R
.74 R-0137400
YAtES UfLLIAM 3.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN
".Ni' 2 t 7 LOT 5 ORB 99/447 F
S YAIES MAS t94A
SBLK A


00616--030R
75. .. R--013800
CIARK I IERNEY LYNN
I RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO"
-LOT 3 ORB 161/124 FR SHE
E~IATE
M'hPt, 112B
BLK I

061'6-001R
/6 R-0138700
B YATES UILLIAMS .
REf BULL TSI AND SUBD'. UNI
NO 2 LOT I ORB 99/447 FR
YATES
MAP *112B


.00616" 090R ".,
V13'7 R O,';8:0-:
StDES UILLIAMS S.
RED BULL ISLANn SUBD. UNT
NU. 2 LOT 2 ORB 99/447 P'Rt
YtES
MAP #1128


00617-000R
'7d *-o1.189oo ".
$.").n05 Y ATUS UILLIAM'S S.
RFOD RULL ISLAND sUBen. UNI
E, LONG : P., 2 LOT 3'ORB 99/447 FR
'71 I Tq : W itTES .- '
,* : F ', A MAP ft 1 'B '' :..'.


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79 R60140000
ALLISON LARRY J,
$202,49 RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNI
NO. 2 LOT 2 & .98. AC LYIN
OF SAID LOTj. BEING 1.5 AC
S ORB 89/643 FR' YATES MAP #


.33 00640-125R,
93 R-O158 00
BODY KENDALL A.
RED BULL [SI1AND UNIT
LOT 1 UNREC. Ar FR A
MAP 11120


NO.
Bi:I15


00640-126R -
.94 ,R-0158600
96n.l3 pBOlY KENDAll. .
RED BULL ISLAND UN ITNOI
lTI LOT 2 ORB 161/880' QC FR
R MAP *112R
& ORB 179/459 FR ADDISON

BLK A ,
00640 1.31R,
'46R.31 95 R-0158900:HX .
BODY KENUALL A ,
I't PFD BULL IStLAND UNIT NO'.
F.R LOTS 7, 8 & 9 ORB 117/6
FR SMITH & OPB 119/2B" Q
IMIIH &, 11iR 149/144 QC F,
BLK A (FOR FURTHER LEDAL 5FE.T1

00 642--b0)6
qT 96 R-01599000
R, RICKS GLEN EDWARD
COCHRAN LANDING PROP. UN
S PORTION OF LOT 5 '. N.
BLK A PORTION OF LOT 4 OR'B 2(
S FR' MINCHEU
MAP* 1128

00642-00'9 R
2 97 R-0160200 HX
EES NATIONS ROBERT B JR
COCHRAN LANDING', UNREC,
LOT 9 OR8 168/109 FR
SKENSINGER
MAP* 1128 ..
$76.16
.00650-000R
IT' 98 R-0164400 HX
R PRICE KENNETH C, & KIMBEI
: 31 T 4 R 9 ,55 AC M/LI
.240 FT LOT IN SW/4 OF NW.
BL ,L E O iRB 136/142 CD FR PRICE
M.. AP* 112C

t68.33 0,0708-000R
99 R-0171900
.T RUSSELL CARRIE ANN
SS ,18 T 5 R 9 1 ACRE
150 X 290 FT ORB 203/608
ADKISON ET AL.
LK F. &AMAP* 114B


$360.71 00709-003R
100 R-0172200
T VOYLES DANNY C.
SS 18 T 5 R 940 AC NE/4
112B ORBSE/4 ORB 187/85 FR GA
& 60 F PARCEL 4 ORB 185/4
BLK E, LUMLEY
MAP* 1148

$360.71 00710-205R
1.01 R-0173500 HX
T MOWBRAY WALTER WAYNE &(S TA
13 SE S 18 T 5 R 9
N/L- LOT 1 QUAIL RI06E ESTATE
1128 ORB 189/102 FR GRADDY
BLK.I MAP* 1148


00 1"1 <*"I.t
11. P *FI i .'. X $, 256. 6
HO .: I n1 n.1.i r u '".
S 18 T 5 R,9 1.73 AC M/L
ORB 97/687 FR HORTON & LESS
143/591 .IC TO TAUNTON A flPI1
il.'i l.'ne i)C FR HOITON -
f 'ilr i .111 .


Vl,'3 -.3 -355R
112 R-01:oI4( $74.
TAUNTnl'I A Oi" I 1. ET AL
S 18 T 5 R 9
-96. 11 I lirT l IP 71; 348 93 ;
FT LIEPTIH ORB. 143/591 FR
HORTON & LESS 212/353 TO MINI:',
MAP* 114B0


59


* ,i I ,"'I 1 .
I i ll. l I 1 1'.' :.. : :.8 ?'*'

S' 18 T 5 R 9 '
96.37 FT ON'SR'71
ORB 212/353 FR TAUNTON
MAP 114B. .

00733-40011:
114 R-0182600 .. $257.81
SIMS STEVE H.
S 18 T 5 R 9 1 AC M/L 285 X
180 FT PARCEL
ORB 19'1/639 MORTG; ICL ,
MAPt 114 1


00741-002R '
:A, ni' .115 R-0184200 '$652.23
UTLEY CHARLES G. &.MARTHA A.
3 1.111 COUNTY FARM 1i rriS I-.'PM
ION :1 OR .83/1U1 4,'/' .-.I M/L
ORB 186/23'4 F R UILLIAMS,
BLK Y MAP# 114C "

$170 .17 00741-007R .
1.16 R-70:1.4700 $'5. 1.4
3r M. -1,',1:'" I .' I I I R1 A ,
BODY C-11.1 rI'l- 11lf FARM.'TRACTS 1 01
AC M/L .147 X 300 FT PORTION
OF FARM *6 ORB 163/738 FR OIJLF
BLK+ Y caCO. FARMS, INC. & ORB 114/523
BL(. Y (FIOR, FURTHER LEGAL SEE' TAX POl I I

$4' : .'2.1 0074:1--011R .
117 R-0185100 '$30.71
3 SPANN EARNEST ,&, JOEY
24 GULF CO. FARM TRACTS *1. & I'
;.FR 10 AC.M/L ORB 125/00d FR
R 'BO.Y I:*UI.I CLII I F(.Rif INC.
AX ROLL) I C ,,


00741-013R
1.1.8 R-0185200
MINCY IKE P & DORIS M
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT
01.22 5 A C .M/L i' .
ORB' 169/274 FR GUINN
MAP *114C


$ 1. .'53

FARM '


00741--014R
119 R-0185300 $186.53
$844 '8 MINCY IKE & DORIS
8.44.2 GULr:' COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
*1:3 '5 AC H/L ORB 130/207 FR
GULF bO; FARMS 'INC.
MAP #114C 0.


00741-025R
120 R-01863(0
MINCY IKE & DORIS
GULF COUNTY FARM -
24 ORB 86/606 AA 5
& ORB 150/953 FR 0
INC. ''
MAP* 114C


$:18 .(03


TRACT FARM t
5 AC M/L
GULF CO FARMS


00741--029R
$734 5 121 R-0186700
DAVIS MITCHEL G.
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT
F,R OF FARM *28 4 AC M/L
ORB 202/69 FR SMITH
MAP* 114C


$176.94

PORTION


00741--033R
$1.3 031 122 R-0187100 $1.4, 5!
ELLIOT JAMES H. SR. ET AL
)F GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM W
KIN $32 ORB 91/153 ASSIGNMENT FR
57 FR JUHNSON 4,9 AC M/L & ORB 1664/
096 FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.'
MAP *114C


00741-036R
$4362. :' t1.23 R-0187400 $.1.79 ,56
MMIE MINCY IKE P. SR. &DORIS M
GULF COUNTY 'FARM TRACT FARM *
zS, 35 4,8 AC M/L
ORB '212/750 FR ADAMS
MAP 114C :


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


00741-054R
124 R-0188700
MINCY IKE P. & DORIS
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS 3
AC M/L W/2 OF TRACT *5
113/342 FR CANTLEY & PAR
ORB 125/901 FR CANTLEY
MAP* 114C

00764-OOOR
125 R-0191610 HX
GATES MARCHELLF
S 20 T 5 R 9 7 ACRES REC'
ORB 178/578 FR BABY
MAP* 114B

00771-035R
126 R-0193200
FERRELL THOMAS L. & SHANE
S 28 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 6 OF BYRANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB.
,ORB 205/989 FR COMMANDER
MAP* 132B

00777-OOOR
127 R-0198700 HX
ROGERS JIMMY LEE
S 29 T 5 R 9 7 AC ON W SI
OF SR 381 IN N/2 OF N/2 01
NE/4 OF NW/4 REC'D ORB 28
MAP *115A

00788-000R
128 R-0199600
BUZIER DAVID A & PENELOPE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 I
.PG 38 LOT 16 ORB 177/64 Fl
MORRIS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA)

00796-OO00R
129 R-0200200
GOODELL CLAUDE L & DORIS.J
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 P
PG 38 LOT 6 &: 8 ORB 1,75/70
HILTON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TAX
00803-00OR
130 R-0200800 HX
YARBROUGH TAMESA L.
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 I
PG 38 LOTS 1, 3 & 5 .
ORB 214/7 QC FR PRICE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA)

00819-000R
131 R-0202600
AKE GERALD A & LINDA LEE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 P
PG 38 LOT 13 & 15 ORB 142
FR MC KINNEY & ORB:142/74
(FOR FURTHER.LEGAL SEE. TAX


00824-000R
132 R-0203000
HAND CLARENCE E. ET'UX
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1
PG 38 LOT 22 ORB 86/430
MAP *112C


$


P


B


$140.39

1. 638
ORB
RCEL


00953-023R
145 R-0219800 t151.63
WILLIAMS ERNEST C & ERNESTINE
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 62 4 ACRES
ORB 157/574 FR GLASS
MAP* 1158


00953--025R
146 R-0220000 ,$1:4335
$151.90 DAVIS GEORGE D JR
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO.,2 .
O TRACT 64 3.72 ACRES ORI
76/1058 6 ORB 156/663 FR
GULF ,CO. FARMS
MAP* 1158

$249.13 00953-028R
T, 147 R-0220300 $83,31
LOWERY III ROBERT & .AUDREY i'L,
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 67 & LESS FARMS NO., 68 .&
69 (4 AC M/L) ORB 142/75 TO ,
LOWREY
MAP* 1158

$48.24 00953-037R
148 R-0220900 4ni .8.1.
DE HOGUE .CLARENCE & VIRGINIA ,B.
IF GULF COUNTY FAR.MS,UNI.T NO 2
/642 TRACT 76 2 ACRES ORB 177"/(75'
FR GULF CO,. FARMS INC.
'MAP* 115B

$99.90 00953-039R
A 149 R-0221100 481.81
SIMS DANIEL & BETTY '
PB 2 GULF COUNTY FARMS, IINIT NO. '2 ,2
R TRACT 78 2 ACRES O;RB 98/218 "'
FR GULF COUNTY' FARMS IN. "'
X ROLL) MAP* ,1158 '
00953-054R
$441.13 150 R-0221700 $:.120..32
4. HAMPTON ADA L. '
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT O. '3
B 2. 3 AC M/L IllF tl, N1255"!OFJ LOT ;
SFR 85 ORB :159/1469 FR GULF" CO, .
D7 FR, FARMS INC. .1, i.','.

KROLL)- MAP*.115B
O,(. F-i J O ', /R ,. -' 4"*',
$30.95 .'1 R ('''. ')0 IFFs.'F
SL'.F I N b T I[ I ; '. '
IJlJLI- 'I-UI NTI F I 1 RMS T NO '13 MO -',
P 2 I r l.'M, I A ,C H/1 4 4 ; : ,!
ORB 201/649 "' :' ;
MAP #1158 .
X ROLL)
00953-068R -
.152 R-0223100 $;126 .60 N.
.1T1.09. MARTIN DENNIS A,. '' ;.,
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NnH. .I ,
N/2 TRACT 84 '2;5 A' !/L '' ,
'B 2 ORIB 201/9/6 FR .GULF'CO. FAPM S.
2/374 INC. u!J 4 ,
17.FR MAP* 115B ;
ROLL) 41
,00953--069R .,
153, R-0223200 .- ,,a767,.19
583.'09 RICE KEVIN ; '. .
GULF COIItJTY FARMS U.LINI NO'.:, 3
A 2 AC PORIIUN OF TRACT95. ,
B 2 ORB.197/424 FPR JIMNWALTERI
HOMES INC. ;
MAP* 115B .


LK 4


00827-000R
133 R-0203300 $751.80
REED THOMAS C, .
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO.-1 PB 2
PG 38 LOT 4 ORB 144/653 AA FR' "
POWELL.& ORB 189/303 QC FR TOM
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX PO[lL

00391-00OR
134 0204400' *.166 04
FARRELL MIKE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
-.RI.VE PG 38 LOT 1 ORB 157/84-1 FR ,
WALL '. .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX Pfl(il.)

00841-000R
135 : R-0204600 $48,4:
FARRELL MIKE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK, UNIT NO- 1 PB 2
PG 38 LOT 6 ORB 157/845
WALL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE IAX ROLL)


00841-010R
136 R-020470'- $166.54.
FARRELL MIKE
CORR'. REPLAT OF R'RIVERSID[E PARK


PB 2 PG 38
LOT 3 .ORB 1,57/845 FR W


MAP* 112C

00841-050R
137 R-0204800
FARRELL MIKE
CORRECTIVE REPLAT 01
PARK UNIT NO. 1 '
PB 1 PG 38 LOT 5
845 FR WALL
,MAP* 112C


F RIV

DORR


00876-000R
,138 R-0208300 HX
Dl-Al L DAVID
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWII
LAKES SUBD UNIT 1 PB 2 PI
LOTS.2 & 3 LFq S 25" FT I
LOT 3 REC'l ORB 1146/777 |
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE, T

00Y20 00. 1I
139 R-021 :(.1C0 1 1X
KUI-LER fIERNARD L A FlI1 7AI
1WIN LAIES SLIBD UNIT .1
UhRE.IJRDf.D I. 01 1,ORB ',.64
FR FREEMAN
MAP t94D


00942-000R
140 R-0217600 HX
i PIPPIN PATRICIA A,
S 29 T ,5 R 9 12.19 AC N/2
SE/4 OF SE/4 LESS SR .381
& LESS ORB 38/225 TO BIRG
LESS PORTION LYING EAST 0
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA

00947-000R
141 R-0218100 .
MARTIN DOLLIE & NELLIE:
S 29 T 5 R 9 .5 AC BEG ,AT
OF SU/4 OF NE/4, TH RUN N
4.50 CHS, W 17 YDS, N 35
FOR POB, TH RUN E 70 YDS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA


0.0947-050R
142 R-0218200
CHURCH, NEW GULF COAST
S 29 T 5 R 9 REC'D DBK 6/
LESS DBK 6/511 QCD 106/92
MAP* 115A

00951-0001
143 'R-0218700
DANIELS JOHN & NELLIE
S 29 T 5 R 9 2 AC BEG 144
N OF SWC OF SW/4 OF NE/4
N 144 YDS E .72 YDS S 1,44
TO POB ORB 170/189 FR D)AN
MAP* 1i1.5A


00953:--0111R
144 R-021.9000
DAVIS GEORGE D. & CLARENC
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NC
TRACT 50 4,26 ACRES ORB
78/732 6 ORB 1676 FR GULF
FARMS INC
MAP *1.15B


009?i4 -04'1R
, 154 P -)2 4000 1, 23' .03
BA1ESON JERRI MYREE
GU1-LF COLINIY FARMS UNIT N'. 4
TRACT 117 4 AC M/L ORB 07/.41
AA FR OLILF CO FAPMS & ORB 197
,70 FR GILF CO. FARMS INC.
hIAP6 1 5F

019'54 -044R
1 R- 02:'4.10'- $207,49
flATE.'II U ILLY l
ULI F CUII rY FAPMS UNIHI NIl. 4
SrPlCT 1l R 4 ACl M/i.. ",1
l Rl, i 15',.-9Y F-r? .I.ILF CO. FARMS'
'MAP -11-5B (; .,

00954-133R .
I -.i, P-02:' 4500 $343.38
PEYNJOLOS HUGH ,JR. A LirNl S, "''
GUI .r c.unlJNl FARMS UN1 NU. 5'.,
lJfIRI-C ) CrARM 1133 & 134
6,.48 AC /L I.IRB 190/223 IR
GUlJ. C:U. FARMS
MAP 1I .

005.14R 413
157 R-022'A56nO" $I47.30
r? tint ris l, ir1ill JR. & I It A .
GUl i- CIIIINI1Y FARMS UNIT NO 5
I ARM NO. 148 & 149 '
1OPB o10/a81 FR GULF f O I 1AR 1'.
r iJr


: :" MAPI' ] ] 'JB '' 4-4
.. .. ;' '
ALL '' 4 :". 4

f ,11 R 022 2 :
P ilN. PAl (CIA A. -
$48.41 -2 I :, r' 9 12.455: AC M,
198 FT ON SR 381-.A .ORB .1
ERSIE" -13ih1 r PIPPIN ESTATE .
M. API ; '

00962-. t1-il ", .'. :
159, R :' 7'7 ..
FI AKLiN GFRAi 11 GRADY
S3 1 R 9 1 AC M/IL.;
r1 '1 1 '2 '.1.40 lin CO,. FI1) ili 'A' '4
SI.iH IA', 6 41 FR FRANKLIN '

G 38 "; 4 4
F 00. )3 0001 ;"
FR I I- o 1
A" ri_1.l. HAL..L .lFllll II '
'; 33 T' 5 R 9 9 Ai. r. ilni
YDS N & S & .':10 'n1; I- A.U
1' I .' 36 F nrf NW/4 OF N /;,4 11R11
1iETH J, i ..'. CD FR HALL I I .'ll
MAPR *132C .

,. 00979--131R ,
161-. R- 0 .0 ( ,
BLK C DALKEI II RFI-REAT i IfIAL (''4-,
S 33 T P. 9 03 AC M,I1
PARCEL REC'D ORB 191/-'.10
$359,14 FR MEREDITH
SMAP* 132C "
OF '.
R/W 00979-185 1 ,:<.; R: .
E. 162 R-0231500 ',
IF SR BYRD HERBERT H1-1
IX ROLL) S 33 T 5 R 9 .2095 AC 'M/
BEING LOT 3, PIPPIN PLAT,
UNRC. ORB 170/984 FR PI
$50.17 'AP* 132C

SEC 00979-200R ", ,
S 163 .R-023'1800W .
YDS MC NEAR PATSY ,
N105 S 33 T 5 R 9 .28 AC M/I,
X ROLL) BEING LOT 14, PIPPIN PLAT
UINREC. ORB 171/445 FR PIPF
MAP* 1'32C

$27.95. 00979-215R
164 R-0232100 '
99 PIPPIN JAMES W
6 S 33 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 19, PIPPIN PLAT
UNREC,
MAPt 132C
$333.66
00979--225R .
YDS 165 R-)0292300.
RUN" VICKERY MARTY, .
YBS S 33 T 5 R '9 ., '.,4 4
IELS BEING LOT 21, PIPPIN PLAT.
UNREC, ORB 21.7/202 F"R, .PIPP
MAP* 132C

00994--001R 1.
$191.94 1.66 R.-0234600, ;.
CE'+ HOLLAND EVELYN
3, 2, DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT I1 'FPB
PG 25 LOT 15,, 16L, J17
CO. OR8 194/877 QC FR LANIER
MAP *1321D


$57., 12

/4L
18/129




$46.91.







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01009-000R
167 R-023
LUCAS SHIRL
DOUGLAS LAN
PG 25 LOT 9
CARTER
MAPI.*1320


17700 $5
.EY, &, DONAL,D E.
DING UNIT 1 ''i 2.
ORB 194/610 FR


01013-011R, 8
16& R-023")800
CARNLEY IDA ELIZABETHII
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 'I
25 LOT 4, 6 &6 ORB 2C
QGC FR CARNLEY
MAP* 1320 ,
BLK 4

01013-020R
169" R-0238300
HOLLAND EVELYN :
DOUGLAS' LANDING UNIT 1
PG 25 THA'T FORTION;.OF
IN FRON' OP:' LOTS, 5 6&,7
729-730 FR FRIEMAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE
01016-020R
..170, R-0239000
HOLLAND EVELYN,.
DOUGLAS LAtrFi,n Jln IT
25 LOTS 4 A, 5 LF-; R~
ORB 194/877 .- F LIN
MAP@ 1320D '...
4 44 v 1' i l

01017-000R
,171,, R-0239.1.00 ,
HOLLAND. FV'VI.YN '
DOUGLAS Imj INO ur I' F
PG ,5 [ LUII', "
ORB I /4,11/., 141 F 1t I
MAP *1321:1


010f45-045R' ,. ...
172 P, (,I'4;I ,I
GATIF IIIF H IlH.I 1 l I'll, 1 w "r
S 34 I v 9 ,
40 1'1 I FN I fli fRi P, c', ,
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MAI'l 1.43

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I 7:1 R1- ).'4/,. ll I 1ii
,il1lJ, 5 1 A. .'. Hi,.1il0 1-
S 2 &, i 1 R 'A ",A'/'
M/L PARi.I.L r : I11l 11 i1
570 FR IUONFS 16 38I A
lp55/309 FR ADAMS
MAP* 144"

0o10. pioP-130R R;
174. R->?446." ; iX..
ADAMSL EY E. fATHIERI
I. R5 ?,C i i: -/7' 1:I

MAP* 144

01056-120R
175 R-0248700
.P,I:.TT.S JR. HARVEY A. Ac
rUjRvEY RUIJNFSIAIS (IJFF
L.Of 14 OpD 136/307 FR
MAP* .13 .. ........... .


0109:1 -OOR, .
176. R.-02.?700'
TACHIKAWA .[ NIERNATIOtA'
S 25, 26 T 6 R 9 84,6
PARCrL' 1 'Ir Or8B, 34/3
FR J.T, MURFF .:. :
MAPI 146 ':"- ''' '

010,93--200P?
1 77 P--025200.n
TACHIKAUA INIir RNAi(tJ l [rlIAL
S 31 T 6 R 8 & F. '6 7 I
233 AC M/L 216 5 0A. IN
S-'1R8 134/1:'9 FR n V,. F
& 16,5 .AC Or B ',75,'49..5.
(FOR FIJig.HEl4i.LEGAL. )SEE
S01187 O06 '' .
178 R-(026e,1600
TAYLORI l LAIMr& A, DO1RA
S 25 1 :3 R 10 REINO PAR
10., OQRB 16Y/76: FR F
MAP ,*91A ,'', ..


$13

1 PB P
09/74-7

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$3

., PB 2
RD L.': l
* ORB; .

TAX R,

:4 $

t fn r
" R,


5.


$3.

1 9' 1,2.


01243--000R
2.77 189 R-0271.000 IHX $2,373,83
DUNAI-00 JOHN R,.
MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 4,3
LOTS 4,.5 & 6 ORB 82/3:1"3 &6
LESS ORB. 94/269 DISHAROON OR81
94/735 TO SANSOM ORBI 96/329
3 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL... SEE TAX ROLI.)

S.. 0'1263-01.0R
6 I'r 190 R-0273900 99 28
LINTON JERNYL I..
"6 I[DLEWOOD SUBDIVISION, UNIT NO.
1 LOT '4 OREB'181/78S FR
LINTON ESTATE 1 r
MAP* 91.A ,, .


01264-000R
91.'-" h R-0274:1.00
7'.9,(3 .LINTON WILLIAM JR. & TE
IDLEWOOD .lioln UNIT NOi
PG 15 N/2 rF LOT .1 ORB I
J1. FR, i it ijN F ;TA ll
",'. MAP *91A

LL'.)' 01267-0008R
'.' R-0274400
2.' 8 -i lp'V GEORGE T,
I Ont I 11 11i '110iRn UNIT N ',
Pi G .15 .LOTS 5 '
-. MAP *91A
444 4 .' .,


193 R.-0274600
S lilUI IERRY D. & BARBA
S [09 '111 FruI-lUll SUBD JUNI T NO,
4' PG .15 LOT t'ORB :111/82I


it, "
RRY ,
1 P(! 2
1111:1/79(


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221. .<'.


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3

10


1 PB 2 '


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$484.74
RA
1 'PFI 2
FR


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Fr BllI.. 1"< O9 l,'/ 1)1 l. ,CC 1 '" -1''..,, "!4'4 ;- ,; ,4
S 194 R-0274800. $1. '23.31.
: LINTI N ITI L..AM JR. & "FERRY .
S, 1 il J ,LURD UN' .'NO 1 B O r.I -
'. .,.,ii. 'P ii T RAL'[ A 11 RU ] FI 7.90,'FR :
II IFIIN I "TATF '
1 I N l" '
'. t A 4 I : .
4 ,. :l ., ,4

01359-1 'F
R-0203900 $249. 13
"IU tut ;IFVFi K ,' &'YVONNE R
197/. 8 q 35 'T 3 R 10 5 'A' 'M l.. ,
330 X 85 FT 'Lb
:' A. ORB I /S A. r N flil'N'; &, ORig "
I r," -' 1.85/679 FR i l'; ,
. ; .. AP 91 4 :
0 1 | 35Y'-- L 1R -
: 2114 ln ". '. 1 $1.8,88-03.
<"' 4;'-''. 4 ', SHIIIPAH ROY A INlA .
'4 n T 3 R 10 5 A'C 'M/L
f'le '3 :' <1' X 685 Fr PAItEL1. r BEI NG:
C il/l LUT 10J OFRB 183/708 FR :GUFF
/lnr MAP 9,1- .
,'. *' l BLK B 8

S. 01359-155R
77 "'26 197 R-80204.0(. '$1,'440.25
FEPHEt DAVIS"JAY A PHlI:LI. Gi
PI:) S '53 T 3 R 10 9 24 Af. fIL.
PITp LOTS 8, 9 UNREC. AA FR FlUFlJ'i '
MAP* 91
S" BLK A ..

.3 ,77 ,7 LMO I7A 1 R
CORP',. 198 R-0207200 'HX $797.,00
'AC M/L. NII.'KELL DUNNA K '
335-:8 S 35 & 36 1 3 P 10 .6 AC M/L
9 'j5..2 FT OHN 8P 71) 674, FT 'AV
Si DEPIH OPB 103/71:' FlR OWENS
*" n P 9 10 : '. .. .

'1 ,9".2. R- 01373-004R )
F 11Ri' ,.199 R-O 207900 $24917,
8 R 9 HANLON DANIEL OENE .
I PARCI S '16 T 3 R 10 6.8 F, Atl A, 1I
RA 41 F InI F rf N, Q EAfI, LAAFS OR0R .-,/,,F .7
"l:. ,R.,,, ,, MA P '?10 j. ,, ,, ,,
TAX:;R01.iL ) : .,
,.., ) 0137:1- ';R C
-' :$' p- ? (1f, F $45, 4:1.
1'.* I .'ll TIIFJMAS FIII._jE-:W 11 E 1 IJX '
S. 1 F 10 1..AC M/l/L, '-I '


RCE. Nfl
1AnPR IS


01187-007R ,- .
179 06 1 4Rt'-
SNELL DONALD E,
S 25 T 3 R 10 REC D OR II
69/1049 FR SEXtON 131'1 0
tlprCC,.ri m '11 Ir.1.


PARC E*N91A ,

01191 -0301R -
1 0 R -02,10 .'
CLARK GF(JRE lll THOMAS
S 25 T 3 R 10 25 FT STRIP AFIJ
TO LOT 6. BLK 3 IULEL.OD SUIJR
IlRB 90/791 FR CLARR'E El AL

0120.2-00OR
1 a1 P-0267 (:'1 S -,V .6
WIIL IAMS TITLI5 A, AND' FAYE
S 26 T 3 F 10 A I ,T ",)B F 1
iJEEP A 7. F T At RihSS FRinNT Bi
99 FT ACROSS BACi' FP RAil F.Y
0?B, '!?00 14-7 FR .-Il USIC
MAP *91

1'.1OU 0-0 0OR : +. ':r 44444. -, 4,
I '' P 1I101 I A I] 1 1 :1 '
B01h1l 5 FR Il SElK 1 100'1I)' 0UN Nln l
Inl .' PI; -19 I IIg r, 4i ni0r
I ;/'1000( FR COATNEY, .
M A P t I ,18'. B


1 0.1 17- 07 r"',1
JLII F1 IN11 IIIIIY KI'
BURGESS CREEK ,S
. .? '11(3 4 1 fl1;
IIRII .'14/246 QC
MAP* 1148


01.238-0.0pR 4( 4',r
1.84, R 0'1 270:100i.
GATES .C0IIIAFt il ll
MIDWAY PARK SUB


(111 / 6169,' F R K.TNAfiD,
MA1, 1 4[


01 7:3 O OR ,:
)I :'o p-o2RnV',... $97 .78
LEE II-L/ Ii FF AL
S "\,. T 3 R 10 2 AC I I IIF G 11 :
. MAP :910 '


013/3 -02:1 ,,
:'02 R -(.- nl .
LEE BILLY GF Ef AL
SS 36 T .3 R 10 1 AF.
BY 170.49 FT REL'
(PtAI?.f LL II) .
. .i$+AP 191[D '


V.L LE 4,q[ IMA1?131
S 36. I 3iR410 F AL:
13011 IY-1.1:161 FR TYIRE
MIFP C,'711


I O B I ..-88

:.. 9.,o FT
0IB n0l/400(


$i1. :'t.7. 16


f i ',- ...' ,; IF,- 1.
01 131i.3- l .
2(411 R-8 O 'n1940 II, ; $481, .67
LOIU RY R(IY A Fli?f -
RliV.LR'.FIrE .ESTrIES 'ADLINt i .
F.li1 A pR PGI' 244 I1 111 1i I1 .. 'IOT
:-, Im it IO 7/,',.-, F P FF iA IIi'.fI
' I 1H 10l21111
.~ ~ ~~~~~~L \ ".-[\"\ i*!**'


44' 4i,4 4r RFL k l :'201 1R- (,"7 I FF'(1 '| ''i',' '2." I
S4 4..' : !' ,, LEE I l I Y I1 IF ,AII Y I
,,F i RIV l S IIF F l'Al 1 ll TO I '
,, A ,. 111 A I'l 'II .1 I' O N I I 11 i 1
Sill' i ORB I 192/347 FR ,. ,
DD LI NI l i L AN. .
1 '1 F t I '(FOR ih ti r l I Flii'_, 1'F Ti TAX R(:)II,.)
FR JOHNSON '4 ,,4 1'
S I '-', '014409-0001 ; '"' *
[..' "1 ,, 206 R-0292200 '$'268,29
'',' ~'"+'' :" *"' CROME:R JOHNNY ,ET AL ,.
-" .. I ')r.i F ESTATES AIDEON TO
CUR' [ l 2 .'4 IJ r NO 1. L(:)T'
CURTISD PB 1 P& 4'U,4 '' 3 r.( LJLh-'. AIRFFEMF NI FR MALOY
D PB 1 P 43 MAP12
-1 ----:A AM--' MAP -*1200-


; ;' .U i- 1 1 I i 4& 42,ORB 139/244-45 QC l
L ',4"4 F.:R GATES
S MAP* 91A 4 "
SPPIN. L .
01241-010R '. .
S 185 'R 27()'50b :',I k ": $:1.0 0 78
COURT HADIEI'YN,' .'.-, ,...
1$46.91 MIDWAY PARK SIB13, PB 1. PG:An 3,'.
2 PARCELS ON DEAD LAKES
Oll' 182/342 FR CLERK
MAP* 91A
P'IN BL 2
P I4N LB.I,4 4.I, 4: r ,.L

01241"-015R ., '"' ; ; 4,
186 8 R-0270.600 -' ..$6.5850
$2.9 .45 COWART MADELYN: W. .
MIDWAY PARK SUBD. ,
13. BEING A PARCEL IN LOT '4' ,.
(PA'RCEL 1 OF ORB 115/1315)
REC'D ORB 1.713/831 TAX DEED FR'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 'TAX .ROLL)

01241-020R '
4.9 4v 107 'R-'0270700 -IX, '. $ ,397,47
S CWAIRT MAIELY UW v '
S MIDWAY PARK SUBD, PB .I PG1.41 3 4
LO-TS 2, & 3 LESS STRIP. 0F.TNrU
I7N, OLD'!MAGNOIL.IA LODGE FR ,9F R,'iiY
ORB 1.22/761. FR COWART & F1R
(FOCR FURTHER LEGAL SEE,:TAX'*ROL,.1.)

01242-00OR 0 ?
l1.30 10.8 R-02.70900 HX,.. 1.369' 36
4 .4 LINTONM WILI..'AMKJk.R,, &., TERRY. ,
2 MIIFWAY-'T'ARK' SUB1OP PB E9,L. P ; 43 it
SLOTS '1.;2','3 2 'PARCELS : ("
S O'RfM: 1811/790 FR LINTON ESTATE
MAP* 91.A


BlI.. K I


BL..K 2


0141.7-OOOR
207 R-0293000
":S3TEWART JACK 0 ...
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN.
IOLA P'B 2 'PG 24 UNIT .NO
11 ORB 1.6)0/700- FR GASKI
MAP *128B


01462--OOOR
21.1 R-0299800
NiEL'SON LORI D,
C, F. FIANLON SUBD NO'1 PF
PG 42 1..OTS 8 & 9 '
ORP O. 20/7E1 FR PITTS
MAP '1I910 f


01476-'000R
2:12 R-0301200 '$343., 38
HULIGHES JOHN' E. & CHARLOTTE D.
C. F. HANLON SUBD NO 1 PB 1 ;
PG 42, LOT ( ,.
1[)R8 190/1 FR PATE '


M A.PI" '0 9 11)


01409-0001R
21'i3 R-0302900
DAY WI...LIAM S. .ET AL
CENTRAL LANDING SUBE) PB 3
4 1_OT 10 ORB 202/498 FR
WII...IAMS
MAP 4.910.


01503-000R
2'14 R-0304600
HAYS ARREI.. K. & VALERIE
S 1 T 4 R 10 11.1,5 AC BEG
NEC, RUN W 275 YD; TH S:2
YO; TH.E 275 YOS; TH N 2;
YDS -I', THE POB & LESS .1 :.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T'

0 1.5114050 R
215, R-0306300 HX "0 $1
O:OZIER .GRAHAM E.
S 2 T 4 R 10 16.21 AC :I
PARCEL ON STONE tMILL l.I.'.I
ORGB 125/272 FR I 1tAI tI .'I
9,69 AC M/L' ORB 13-.' i
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL ..i i 1'

01.517 0ill'
2:1.6 '. n0 '1'> 1 I,|
VANN (11.' I.
S 3 T '4 R 10 4 AC M,I
.90)).FT I'Wil'i-F I I IN b oSMALI ri
279 FT' ..' li I III UNREC F '

", I'll 74 ,


F 11 Il F I AtiI CA


0.1530--OOR
$280,55 .233 8 n:',$.',', $446
NELGON '** t '
1 S 4 T 4 R 10 1. AC M/L
LO...T 1.8 OR8 200/753 AA FIR; TL...C
& 200/755 A FR NELSON
MAP* 74
LI-K A


.73


01530-245IR
234 R-0325700 $1:.'59.74
'IRESE KEVIN CH'AIRLES &
S 4 T 4 R 10 .87 AC M/L
LOT ORBR 21.1/'. 57 FR TI..:C
MAP*. 74


-BIK0 .<)15:0--260'R
235 r-'.:. ."97< $81 .81
GEORGE "_Ji I F-
$134.62 S 4 ,T 4 R 10 1 AC M/L
225.24 FT ON S. SIDE CREEKVIEW
PG, DR'. ORB 210/152 QC FR ROPER
S.. MAP 74

01545-040R .
.BLK 2 236 R"--0329500 $484 ,74
L 2 ALDERMAN KENNETH & DOROTHY
S 1.0 T' 4 R 10 3 AC M/L
$432,39 2 AC. BEING. 220 FT ON, MICHAEL
I. ST; 376.82 AV DEPTH & 1 AC
AT i i IIiJ] ?2 X 1.98 FT LOT
?20 (ff.iR FJPlHI-R LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
0
C 01545-055R
X ROI I ... 237 R-0329800 -IX $648.80
MILLIONS FRED L
S 10 .T 4 R 10 2 AC M/L
,5,3 1.,.2 212.,12 FT CREEKFRONTF 413.17
FT AV DEPTH ORB 158/478-480
/ FR 1A.IJI N F.r AL & ORB 214/953
." (IllJ FURTHER' LEGAL SEE' TAX ROLL)


I o0 .4 [ 1 -1,1R
(,. I 1 11. $1.65.74
IJ'.. ,i I (. ,i F Fr A ;
S .4 T 41 10 1 AC M/L
r 10 1 10o F Fr PARI. iL FFN SIMtiE MILL
fLEVI-' IPIREbL AlREEM il FR TLC
MAPt 1 ; .


L I 0 1
I'hFi 'P I

N/'Pt 7


5 : 1 I 4 R o f, ll' t '
p.',1.1-F:1I. ', H,7 x .'"n FT
ORBI: 181/945 AD FR LAYCOCK .
1RH 203/19 F If LAYI]|'K
MAPO 74

.01517-030R. "
218 R-0L109200' I' 99
MARTIN [LIRAhNUY NMICHFAL
S 3 T :4 R 10 7 5 Al- M/I. PF F NG
TRACT 10 STONE CPEFIK ALPI-q
(LJNRECORDED), ODR A:."''.' rFP
MERRITT LESS .'.5 Ar.
(FOR FUIJRTFIER LEGAL SEFF TAX PUI 1.)

0517-099R
219 R-0310900 HX $69.92
FLINT DAVID A & MELAN.E P P
9 3 T 4 R 10 1.5 AC M/L'
150 FT ON STONE MILL CREEK
IIfACT *80' ORB 171/387 FR FLINT :
MAP* 74

01517-510R
220 R-0:11 19 ,'- ": 'i lF4 .1 3
LINTON AMY & ELf,'iBEIH
S, 3' t 4 P 10) 4 ,C M, L
309'.17, FT PAKI.E II PREC AA FR

ti.P'I 7.1

.01517 5'.',R + '' ; '. :- i -
.221 P-O'II ) I/ 1 :
PAL .. 1111.1 I A.M .J &. & li I1 iRtu
S 2 & F "1 r i0 18..'7 0L I'h ..
:I.2 ,it'L ,AI; .'..IrFI & .0 .1 i.i 1i
PARCEL. NO ;* 1 '.,'0 f .1 i
PRACEL NO. 3 118R 1.19 91 ?,'02 -
(FOR FURTHER LEGAI. 41F: 1A> Pni )

L I /7 2, F '
222 K-'12' .? 02
MULLINAX RUBE1RI L. ET AL
S 3 T 4 R 10 2.41 AC M/L
ORB 198/72 FR. IANILE [
MAP* 74

01'517:-5'7
223 R-0312400 $1:55 99
MULLLINAX R}ICHARD LEE
S 3' T 4.R '10. 5,95 ACM/L
PARCEL REC'D ORB 196/475 FR_
DANIELS
MAP 74 ..

0l'ilB -003R
224 R-0313(00 $65,85
WYMES I i.NNIE C. & PANSEY
S 4.T,4 R .10 2 AC M/L
297,66 .FT,ON N.. .SIDE OF STONE
MILL CREEK RD., BEING PARCEL
NO. 1 ORB 133/165-66 FR-
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROiLL )

01518-004R
225 R0313100 $65.,85
WYMES LONNIE C, & PANSEY
S 4 T '.4 R.10 2 AC. N/L '' '-: .
394 FT ON S. SIDE OF STOt:
M.II... CREEK RD. BFTING PARCEL
NO. 2 IN ORB 3'1/165 FR
(FOR FIII1II;:P LEGAI. 5EF TAX RI.8 I.


01519"'004R
226 R r -31 V>,C
I.,11' 1 1 .II1P 1 rIPIIERP RAY
', 4, N I (
TRACT. G il:--r:, AA FR
MAP* 74 .


015 19--155R
227 R-0315700 HX
IRHODES TERRY L, 6 CANDI I
STONE' MILL CREEK.ESTATES'
.(UNRECORDED) LOT 12 OR13
1.37/9.42-46 FR TAUNTO'N ET
MAP* 74


BLK 4 22)11 R.03118900
.... MNC D ANIEL KIM L, &
S 4 T 4 R 10 2,5.AC M/
$6,5 85 SW/4 OF NW/4 OF SE/4 OF N
( ORB 1,98/551 FR JONES & OR
TO 203/566 FR MCDANIEL ORB 2
1 LOT ((FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA
IN


BLK.


*01432--000R
, :.',) R-0294300
111i(E,- BOBBY &,, GL.ENIA
RIVERSIDE ESTATES AFDOD
IOLA PB' 2, G 24 UNIT*
14 ill.) 194/767 FR TAYI
i'iAP I I.'nrr


01456-007R
;209W R-0297700 .
,JENNINGS JAMES H. ET. U.
SRIVERSI DE ESTATES, ADDFN
lOLA.l?B 2 IPGB 56tUN.IT. N
9 ORB 81/22 ,
MAP 0128B1


$563
J ,
N TO
1NO0 1 L...OT


01i528-190R
4 229 R-0322500
HILL CHARLIE &
S 4 T 4 R 10
.29 LOT 19, UN.REC,
OREB 205/716 AA F
MAP* 74


1.59:.74


T'LC "(


R 11o ] 700 ., 149 -1.'
S i-liriI L ,M .
4 t1 o.. 3.48 AC
\ A H ntN SIONE MILL :
ul-'Fl 1 .'.,'76 AA FR 6 T.IC.
*i.1 ;- '


01545-175R ,
40 ? 8 R -0:1:,.'100
i ,I I IL1K .JAI:I: i '
'; 10 1 4 R 10 1 AC M/L
.'17 I- T U01 CREFK(FlU I R, I?.
.BE 1 INC LOT- S-4
IH u illF' ,.f I FR. S NI FF
MAPI 74.


" 141 R-0:3'328-'B
IIlI.LIIwAY nilBORAH A
iI 10 1 4 P 10 2 2
F-OPT "S-2" 'i
ORB 190.F,"6.70 F-r TI .
NMAP* 74;, .

01570-050R
242 R-0337400 HX
TRAYLOR JAN G
S 11 T 4 R 10 24.4
, o0.45.X 728.74 .FT
SR 71 'ORB .'14 -1,4'7
l M b.1N & 5 AC ORB
iFOR FIJR1HFP LE'En l


$543-.05


$263.31.
I-IENSI F '
A C M/L





; $1 ,960'.83

AC M/L
PARCEL ON
C LI FR
156/918
SEF TAX ROLL)


. [ ;;'0- -20011
l.4 r-r,:1i7 ,p-.. $3,872,48
TI I E IFERPRI' iES [N11', '
9 i 1 4 P 110 3. 1 AC M/L
100 X 'l(450 F PARiELC ORB1 179/ V
2.,6 FR G3ASVIN A 1JRB 1 9/7.'?,9 rR
T R i'Y L O r .,, + ; '. '
TRlA' 1 1 '' 1 .R



'.-14 R (,31-l',oel $73.09
Ml. 11lln I LI 1111- ? 1 ; ,
S 14 1 14 10 l 5 :
ii.i'11 i ':FS 'C ; Arfs .SUBD "
MPDl i9.30/9Y9 r R L TER'
MAP' 93 9 '


01 :./?-- 1201
249) R-03.45800 HX $152.'
MiPT IIt RIIItIJlE R
LIANN1 BPO[LIUON PLAT, UNREC.:
S1.01 14 OR8 159/683 F.R' BROGDON
&, OR1B 200/78 QC FR, MARTIN
MAP* 93A .

Oi629-000R .
246 R-0352400 HX $23..
MAYO WILLIAM STEVE TAMMY I.
S 13 T_4 R 10
120 X 200 FT LOT ON JEHU RQ.
ORB 119/1109-10 A OF A FR
FELTROP.. ,
MAP* 93A. .

01630-000R
247 R-0352500 136,1
BRYANT JOHNNY..L,
S 13 T 4 R' 10 '41' AC M/L 70
FT DEAD LAKES FRONTAGE1 253.7
FT AV DEPTH ORB 124/716 QC FR
LISA BRAYANT.
MAP* 93.A,


01630-010R '
248 R-0352600 $136
BRYANT JOHNNY,.L,.
S 13 T 4 R 10 .42 AC M/L
70 FT DEAD LAKES FRONT; 260
.65 ,FT AV DEPTH 0RB.124/716
QC FR I ISA BRYANT
MAP# 91FA


,


98







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18


01 ,' ,40-00 11?
249 R--OY-42F'. $91.83
1, '2 U LINDSEY I.I1r.RI.ES &, JO, ANN ,
$8152 S 13 T 4 R 10 .21 AC'M/L
,, 41 FT ON DEAD LAKES 217 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 182/.182 FR
AL LINDSEY
AL. MAP* 93A *

BLK<: 01656-001R
250 R-0357100 4 $366,00
SCOTT DEBBIE '
$763.54 S 13 T 4 R 10
100 FT ON JEHU RD8 50 FT DEPTH
E/4 ORB 185/871 TO SCOTT (LIFE
.IE4 ESTATE RESERVED)
.. MAP* 93A


$169.08
FRENTILLA
1,022 AC M/L
SUB
F'R CLECKLEY


LOR 01530-002R
230 R-0322900
BLKI 5 PITTS WAYNE & ,JESSICA
S 4 T 4 R 10 2.10 AC M,
TRACT B UNREC, AA FR TLC
$65.8!5 MAP* 74
IX.
To 'I 01530-042R
10 3 LOT1 231 R-0323800
PITTS ANN A.
LK ir 4 T 4 R 1.0 1.07 AC M/L
..OT 9 UNREC, AA FR TLC
MAP* 74


01456-00SR
? 01. R-02978009 $65',;8 01530-075R
JENNINGS JAMES. H. ET UX 232 R-0324500
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADN 0" '' LEE": BENNY L.
IOLA P8 2 PG 56 UNIT NO 3 LOT 0 4 T 4 R 10 1. AC M/L
10 ORB 81/244 LT *17
MAP *128B UNREC, AA FR TLC
BLK 7 MAP 74


01679-0OOOR
251 R-0359500 $522.66
EASKY'LONNIE V & SUSAN P
S 24 T 4 R 10 175 FT ON SR
71; 200 FT DEPTH REC'D DBK
33/207 & ORB 94/822 CERT. OF
TITLE FR SHERESH & 7 X 100 FT
(FOR FURTHER LEGALSEE TAX ROLL)

01681-000R
252 R-0359700 $72.84
ROUSE MINERVA EST.
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 SW/4 OF SW/4


01683-oo000R'
253 R-0359900 $65,85
$52.92 WYMES LONNIE C 6 PANSY
S 1.4 T 4 R 10 4,7 AC S/2 OF
N/2 OF N/2 OF SW/4 OF SW/4
LESS 44 X 96 FT LOT TO AMANDA
GREEN ORB 106/566-7 FR ROUSE
& ORB 124/685 FR ROUSE


$149,97 OI603.-1OOR
254 R-0360100 $23.71
ROUSE RUBY
S 14 T 4 R 10 .757 AC M/L 100
X 150 FT LOT &.120 X 150 FT
IOT IN NWC OF SW/4 OF W/4


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014692-0OOOR
255 R-0361500 $A4,190.33
BAILEY ROYCE GENE & TERESA 'F,
S 14 & 15,T 4 R 10 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-OO0R
256 R-0362500 29.95
ADAMS JAMES H' ,
S 14 T 4 R 10 A 228 X 1iso50 FT
LOT E OF MEEKS LAKE SUBD ORB
145/925 FR ADAMS
MAPt 938

01713-000OR
257 R-0363700 HX ,$1,300.72
HASTY'ALBERT 'J &,BARBARA Z
S 13 & 14 T 4 R 10 4 AC MI/L
& 80 X 234 FT LOT ORB 163/683
FR HARRISON & ORB '208/690 FR
HARRISON
MIAP* 93B

01717--002R ,
258 R-- ,l4('O' HX $105,56
FLOWERS '.llliir V & PEGGY JUANITA
S 15 T 4 R 10 .51 AC M/L..150
X 150 FT LOT ORB 141/32 FR '
PARKER & ORB 141/33 FR PARKER
MAP* 75 '

01725-OOOR '
259 R-0365300 HX $98.24
PARKER THOMAS H, A
S 15 T 4 R 10 .51 AC COMBAT
NEC.OF NE/4 OF SW/4, S 300:FT
TO- POB, S 150 FT,,.w 150 Ft, N '
150 FT, E 150 FT T'O FOB ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX, ROLL)

01733--OOOR. ,
260 R-0366300 ', .46,91
PRICE FLOYD ET AL
S 15 T'4 R 10.2 AC 250 FT. LOOT
IN SW/4 OF SE/4 N .q,OLD
PANAMA ROAD RFC'D ORn 41/4H7 -,
MAPI 74 : ..
01734-OOOR
261 R-0366400 HA'.- I B7
WILLIAMS GERALDINE
S 15 T 4 R 10 200 FT LOT EN
SW/4 OF SE/4 REC'D ORB 79/7,01
FR FREEMAN & ORB 38/13 FR:
PRI[IGEON. ,
MAP# 75 -

017:3 -OO R .. ,
262, P-0366700 : A.4. .0
SIMS DANIEL
S 15 T 4(R 10 .12 AC A L(II 50
BY 100 FT REC'b ORB 94/69,0 :
QCD FROR DAWSON-' '
MAP .*75 : i ".

01761-600R .' ,
263 R-0369300 HA, .: $592.87
MONI FORD THOMAS E '& FRAIICES' ,
S 22' T 4 R 10 3.5 M/L
ALL OF E/2 OF W/2 OF NE/4 ':,
LYING N OF S '22 'ORB '55/152-
153 FR HANSON J '
MAP* 4 75 '
01,


01768-025R ..
2 64. R-0370 00 IX' A 2, nif.:37
JONES MAPY LEE '
S 23 T 4 R'.10 .5 'AC M/L BEING
LOT 5 OF AN UNRECORDED SIRV[EY
FOR LISTER ORB. 124/1026 FR
LISTER .
AP I 93C

01769 --0001
A26 R-0371100 $&,9.90
SELLFER'3 JOHN T,;
S 23 T 4. R,10 15. 982 .AC REI 'U,
ORB 67/130 F-- J EMMY,' Li ,, .,:
T-HOMAS I'ELi ERS 0.. gi .i|,;.: '
.: MAP *@ 3 '" -" JA ..' A -

0177 3-0001 :
266 R-0371500 $46,91
JNEIS VINCENT & CARI YN R, .
S 23 F .1 R 10- ?' AC M/L' :
.BEING A-LOT,:75 X.100 FT: ORB'i
1 36/83 FR JiHNtNY L. ,JO I F.
MAPI 9317

)01 BO')00 R
26/ R-03722.00 MX -.i44.87
DAVIS OTIS, JR. &,'O'BORAH R
S 2 1 4 P 10 5 ;2/3 AC PFFI'|1
SOR 96/611 PARCEL 13 F RUM
KEMP ... ,
MAP' t

t 01780-002R .
268 R-0372490qI 14/,.48
DAVIS OTIS JR. E I IJX A: A
S 22 & 23, T 4R 10 Q0. AL A' A
'REC'D URB 7B2/.i94 PARIEL. 1 '
2 & ORB 71i/F90 7 : A, 1!W, 0
MAP 75 & 93C ,

,01784-0, 00 1
269 R-0372000 ." t:0 19
ME:R!i; VAI FRtE CAI L IE SMALl.
S.' I .4 P 10 5 (F 'RE Rr-h-' '
S DBK 20/13.1 BEING IN NU /4 Ir
NU /4 ORB 132/918 FR [IF1 Il
MAP *93C
0 A t / 1A7 A01
S '70 R-0 7'.172900 1.1.1 .18
Ml: N'.AlI EY FI ORR IIL'F ) A
S 23a'T 4 R 10 Lnr OF,. LAND S ,.
.OF LOFTIN,,LOF 75 FTr., BY 102,, '
FT., ORB 2/37 .'. ,,
SMAP :98C '. ,'.,,.., A : ,: .' A

01785-010R A,
271 P -0:17 'O0 Ci. AA,:. 63, 62
JONES RULEIT L I ;;
S "23 T 4 R 10 75 X 237,5 FT' r
OF LOT' FR MCFNAI.Y b.RB 60/776&
MAPt 93C .,

01 /0', 0 i0 1? ,
:72 R -03 47.14 ,, '. 21 01
MC NEARLYY FLORENCE''' ,
S 23 T 4 R 10 I 13 AC F". :YD ,
X 85 YD. I OT F'RIM H INILI-Y IN,
ORB 49,/140 .LESS 50' X 10.0' ,
LOT TO JONES IN ORB 411/,.524


01791-010R
27.3 8 R-0374000HX 5 -'.15 89
SUBER. DONALD J. -JR'6, ANGIE R.-,
S 23 T 4 R 10 LOT1.; .&
209 935 X 330,;FT OF LOT ,4.4OF,
GRIFFIN FARM UNRECORDED PLAT
ORB1 155/639-640 FR SUBER .
MAP* ,93C

01791-070R
274 R-0374600 HX 'A $281.,42
MC -DANIEL MARY LOIS L,
S 23 T 4 R'10 2.8,B' NAC M/L,
BEING TRACT,"7A- GRIFFIN FARM ,L
ORB 145/712 QC FR 'HOLLEY &
ORB 157/87 QC FR',KING &RB; ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEETAX ROLL)

01797-000R
275 R-0375700 '$43,17
TURNER DIANE 'A
A 8 23 T 4 R 10 2/5 .ACRE 75,'FT
BY 165 FT ON OLD PANAMA RD,.
FR EDDIE ROUSEREG.0D ORB' '
.168/431':FR ASH: A
MAP *93C A -

001G00--OOOR
276 R-0375800, $*385 58 .
LITTLE CHARLES D.
C L ,MORGAN'S ADDN 'TO
WEWAHlIT1;HKA FLA UNIT NO'. ONE '
PB 2 PG. 33 LOTS'"1, 2 & LOT 3
(LESS E"'LY 15 Ff) (0RB 9'2/3'2'9
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


01807-000R
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)


0i1816-000R
278 R-0377800
JACKSON JOHNNY LEE ET AL
S 23 T '4 R:10,'
ORB 1423/728 FR FISHER. &
.15 AC M/L ORB 142/78 TO
JOSEPH LEE JACKSON & OR0
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE' TO

01820-000R
279 R-0378700 HX.! l
RANSBURGH,GREER C 6 ARUSSE
S 23 T 4 R 10 13i AC .M/L
THAT PART OF SE/4 kOF NU/4
LYING 'N SR; 22 ORB 142/850
FR MC EACHIN
MAP* 93C

01823-000R
280 R-0378800 ,
GRAY WILLIE, CLYDE & SY.LVI
S 23 T' 4'R '10 4:.69-. AC M/
357.59 FT ON 'SR 22
ORB 195/991 FR SCHELL
MAP# 93C

dif8"6-d1OR -
281 R-0,319300 -
MYERS GRAIG' ,
S 23 T 4 R 41'0'f' i ,
LOT 2, IUNREC., 'I ILL.Et RnASn
SURVEY "ORB 20./.685 FC, R I
MAPtI "93 1.". A :, ,.

01833-0O R '
282 R-0' 07N(0 '
FAISON PHIL IP ,
S 23 T 4R tO 1 17 AL.RLS
REC'D .RiB 7'/30-. (LIFE ,ESTi
Lt S1 LI RB 4.1/106 10 iRUTH,
FAISCIN ., '
MAP*. 9GC,.A A,


2FI3 R-OTII 10 ,
ANDERSON ANDRFU JAMES El
S 23 T 4 R A10 3.t15 AL M/L
ORB: 141/743 FR AtDERSIt ,,
i41 /i4'-, F R AlJi- P'.I;lN
MAPI Y' ;

01846-050R .
284 P R03H1.'1(;0(
NIIBLEr Ull.LIE 1 FLOYD ,'.
S 21- 1 4 R 10 1 .88 AF t/I
1 9 rJ'-, X 467 *-'ARPARLEL
PARCEL RF[:'D.ORB,i200/130 F
K IPKI.ANO ,' .
MAP# 93L;


0 11 64 -0001
:2HUi R-03Fl4000
VANN TAMMY & GEORGIA
,S 23 T 4 R 10 I ACReC
ORB 164Y/5.1 FR CARR
MAP* .93C


ANNI


011365 -'0OR
286 R-0384200
WIlJODARD TRFASA


02012-O000
299 R-0400900 $844.28
VOYLES DANNY C
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB
1 PG 14 LOTS 67 & 68 ORB
1.67/522 FR BOYD.
MAP #94A

02023--000R
3,00 R-0402200 HX '$349,5 '6A
PATE SHERAL B. & '
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PB A'-
1 PG 14 LOTS 146', 147) .148
ORB-176/88 LIFE ESTATE '
MAP* 94A

020231-050R '
301 R-0402300 $6,33'
CAMPBELL CHRISTA P. :
MACK'S ADDITION TO( LF AIIII '
PB 1 PG 14
LOTS 136, 137 ORB 179/399 FR
PATE '
MAP* 94A

02.038-000R
302 R-0403700 HX $209,3':3"
MARSHALL DALE & EPPiR ',
MACKS ADDN TO' Ur._UAIi I I.I 'n P:B "
1 PG 14 LOTS 149, 150, 151,'
'152 & 153 ORB 147/403--404' '
FR RISH
MAP* 94A A :"

02101-OOQR.0 00
303 R-04.10200 11" ll.l
BARNES DALTON E '
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD)
LOTS 1, 2, 3 & 41 S 10 FT
LESS E 1.0 FT LOT .: tf ,15 FT
LESS 5.54 FT. I iir 5 i.iR1 t '155/
(FOR FURTHER LrEAL SEE TAX ROLL.

02124--000R ,'
304 R-0412500 1, ti3;7'71
FLEMING MAX ET UX '
GULF COUNTY LAND CO SUB,)
1.111, 5, 6, ORB 71/37 PB 1 PG

MAPI 930'" "
'' BLK 19.- ,


F .5 4.0 02169-005R ,A
L. : 305 R-0417300 $1,:007 ,l(.
L ". mll ARII FRED & SOPHIA J,
8, ORB S 25 T 4 R 10 .69 AC M/L
A. : 130 X 202.6 FT ,, ,
,A ORB 20.1/876 F R RIF I ....
A. MAPI 94A '.3'I: A


O? 1 A9 --O I '
306 R-.0417500?'.,.> A .
WOULLARD FRED &.SOPHIA ,J .
S 25 T 4 R 10 .33 AC M/L
70 X 202.6 FT PARCEL RECA"D
1RB 2.02/972 FR GRIFFIN 6 A
bTIDMAN A A
HAPS 94A ', '!'*\ .. A' A


*!27:,9?5 0:"2*0008 A( ,
... A. A,' 307 R-0'422400 M"X *
S FLEMING MAX & BETTY
'A' :'., A' S 2bJ T 4 R 10 1,47 ACRES
REC'D-ORB 52/523 FR LISTER
;A, A ".' MAP *94A '


,A/. $301 .03


S .'.5 1 4 R 10 1 I A
ORB 150/974-975 FR PARKER &
nR01 179/824 DC FR VANN
MAP* 93C .


01 H81'5 000R
:'17 R-03q650(0 '. : 430.89
PI.PHAM JOHN A. & 'KAYE R'
S .'4 1 4 R 10 .37 A:C M/L
'95.60 Fl ON SR 71 .
ORB 212/9Iff1R,,G LBOEGKIEIY A.'-Ii -
ShAF 't"930D l ,' A A, A A ,. ,, ,' ) .; -
A ,., A : I
01BS8-O050R ..
S? 8 R-03107000 207.83
DANIEL CARL DEAN '
S 24 T 4 R 10 ,47 AC M/L
9 FT PARCEL ON SR 71 ORB 176/
658 AGREEMEtI FR UHl1EIIIER9T
MAP* 930D.

01891-'.jOR '
289 R-03'87.00 $951:98
POPHAM JOHN A. &, KAYE R. A
8 ,,24T .4 RIO' R7 Ar: M/L. ,
161,0B FT PARCEL ON 'R 71
,FRB ?t?/96 FR CLECKI.FY
MAPI 93D 0

01897 000R
290 R-0:l-8 0 2.1' :' .3
SMITH FELTON B;
'24 T 4 R 10 18 FI ACRf18'C ; .'.
il- '. 51IDE OiPF LIri 3 OF IIIF I
HIGGINS & IIOLL INGER PLAT IN
PB 1, RG 25 REC'D flBK 21/43
.MAP* 930D

01910-00 '
291 R-OL3O 700 ',. '' 92.;'
DORSEY SAMMY ESTATE A
a 24 1 4 R iO RFC'DI BK 1-1/15
iLF S IjANDT SULD TO (8_RIFF IN .,
REC'D BK 20/491 AL.5O IIIF :
OFr F I N HOUSE ,

01913-050R
:'292 R-0190000 ., :o)9. .
SIRMONS ILENUA S, ..
S 24 7 4 R 10 .069 AC M/l .:
36.19 FFr LIN SR 71 : 3 ,FT, AV .
DEPTH ORD ?15/1102--04 :.
SIRMONS BEING RED-EYE VIDEO
(FOR FURTIIFR L.EGAI. SEE TAy RIJl.)L)

01918-"010R ..
293 "'.R-0O(90600,' ;.. 1,2,7:,'. i ?
VOYLES DANNY C
S 24 T-' R4 10 4.005 AC-.-:/L, .
BEING 249.87 FT ON E SIIIE 01- .,
SR 71., 1007 FT AV LUFPTH
ORB 177/857 FR STEPHENS
MAP *93D ,,, ,;,


01956-00 R -. A,
294'.' R-0394700 $805.12
GULF PINES HOSPITAL ,
S 24 T '4- R -- 10 : ,,
BEING A LOT 29 1/2 FT BY ;'l09
FT ORB 170/399 FR LANIER
MAPI 93D : .

019 37.- O'0R.' A; ":'. h.
295 'R-103904B0 $630.67
RAMER RORF.Rr E JR' .. "
S '14 T 4 h :0 50 X 150 FT LOT
Al EC. OF INIERSECIION OF S:R
7). & COMMEERCF AVE FIF. ING OLD"
DRUGSTORE & WIEWA FLORIST &
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

01961-0,01R '
296 R-0395060 1,60616
GULF PINES ,HOSPITAL. INC.
S 24 T 4 R 10 49 AC M/L
131,88 FT ON SR 71 ORB 170/
394 FR MAYHANN
iAP* 93D

01969--007R
297 R-0396400 HX' $158.43
KING BOBBY:W. & KIMBERLY
SOUTHERN ROMES UNIT-ONE- PB
PG 3'LOT 6;75 X 151:68: ORB
114/871.FR: LEONARD (WIREGRASS
HOME BUILDER) I '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01992-000R
298 R-0398700 $1,439,97
BARLOW MARGARET
MACKS AD,DN,TO,UEWAHITCHKAPB "
1 PG14 LOTS 30,.& 31 & N,6 FT
LOT 29 (DRIVE-IN) ORB 182/872
FR THORNE (BEING WEWA RESTAU,-
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL) '


A A A A A A


02187-000R i
308 R-0422900 HX;
HUtIHES .WILLIAM S..
U:;s 25 1 4 R 10 (LIFE ESTA
IBEG CEN SR 6 HERE RIVER
INIER SR 6 ON NH LINE OF
BLK A VARNADORE & POSTON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE -T

02223-010R : ': A
309 R-0427200 HX
DESTIFINO CHARLES & SHAR
CI'RCLE'J. ESTATES PB 3 P
LOT 9 ORB 155/586 CERT.
TTL E F'R CLERK *0(
MAPF 94B :' :'; :-
BLK A

02223-028R .' A
310 8R-0428700 :
TAYLOR LELAND & DORA
CIRCLE J. -ESTATES PB 3 PA
1.111 1 IRB 187/382 FR FI'
MAP 194A ;


02'.213-0<011 F ',,'
311 R-0430200 HX
PARMFI.F MARGARET L. &,
S 2S 1 4 R .10 .,27 AC M/L
X 75 FT LOT, BEING IN N/2
E/4 .OF NU/4
ORB 19 1/811. R YlIJNI;
MAP* 94A ,..

02 .31 -0001, A A
312- R-0430900 HX
RnnFP3ON U I. TAM F &. Will
S 25 T 4 R 10 LOT BEItN7
190 FT..IN SECT. REC"'D ORB
1:73/45) FR S t'rI l ,. .
MAP* 94A ,,,. ,., .,

0'.'239 10014 '
313 P-0.4:11100 : ,
BARFIELD RICHARD & DONNA
'S "25: T 4. R 8 10 .1 '
.150 X 200.FT PARCEL ON OR
ST. t,'& PECAN ST-U ORB 205/2
LEACH '.'
MAF't 94A. '

('2246 '000R 1
314 R-04:1210(0 ,FI
DAVI'; RICKY MN UA'ilIA S
25 T 4 R 10 BEG AT NEC
SE1t/4 OF SU 1/4, RUN S 200
TH I 150 F I TO RI.AC TH N .'.30 FTI II E .i0 I f I
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEF TA

02249--060R
315' R-0433100
BROCK CLIFTON OR HELEN
"'S 2 'T 4 R.10. 1,42 ,AC M
150 X 326 PARCEL ON ROBB


.UNRECI',.AA P.R CLEI;(KLEY
MAPt 94A


14 ?:.


911


02345-000R
320 R-0442500 HX
JAMERSON LEWIS W.
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITC
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOTS,
12:
MAP* 94A


02346-003R
321 R-0442800 HX
HANLON DANIEL. GENE & BETI
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITC
UNIT ONE' PB 2 PG 1.6 LOT '
W 1/2 OF LOT 13 ORB 79/65
MAP* 94A


02346-01O0R
322 R-0443300 HX 'A
RARDIN FRANKLIN; J. &. TERRY
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITI
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOTS,
41. RB 205/615 FR CLARK
MAP* 94A


.1'. P' 0445400
DAVIS" L'ARRY' JOE
i r F 1:1 r.Y 'S ADDN UNIT NO. 1
PB 2 -P 1 'LOT l'O'. .
ORB 129/133 FR LINDSEY'; Ii
MAP* 94A' ,i


02373-000oR
324 R-0447000
STEPHENS, JOHN H.
CL.,ECI(...EYS ADDN 1111l
L..OTS 1, 2, 3, 4 P
37
MAPO 94A


02461-001R
341 R-0459400 HX *150,38
HAND EARNEST & LINDA SUE
S 26 T ,4 R 10; 75 X 100 FTILOT
FR FHA REC'D, ORB 83/56
MAP *94B .


BI..K 2 02471--042R
342 R-0466200 $2,077'7<
BARLOU BOBBY & MARGARET
$ *23.29 WHISPERING PINES UNIT NO 2,PB
TYi SG'. 3 PG 19 2,AC M/L LOTS 40 & 41
;HKA ORB 161/46 & 48 FR CLECKLE'
.2 & & ORB 1.69/199 FR CLECKLEY
9 MAP *94C '

BLK 3 0.'./'-00 OOOR
343 R-0467400 $135.60
HAND ROSA MAE .
$396,35 WrILLIAMSBURG P6 1 PG 3 LOTS
1T, J 15 & 20 ORB 154/375 FR HRAND
;,KA ., & LOTS 14, 21 ORB 1'55/263 FR
40 & FLEMING '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
.1 1 i I '


02480--000R .R
344 R-0467500
$446, FLOWERS ANNIE T 6&
4 WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PGB'3
16 & 19 ORB 149/473 FR
CHESTNUT
..,.. : MAP* 94 '


3


AI IK


U'"I 1" ("' i 24113 OOO IR ;
A A 345 R-0467800
II ri t (111ll isIA EST.
'1'70.17, '11 I IM AnnilPrn PB 1 PG:


1 i a '
B .' I',


LK 9'


02377-002k .
325 1 I A., s A 4 '73'
MC GHEItE DEBORAH "'
(I Fl 1:1 ,',Ill[J 111111 1 N '. 2 LOT ,
15 PB 21 PG 37
ORB 1.30/427 FR WOTH
HAP*' 94A '


'02385--001R .,
326 I) (, 1, r 'I, A.,' 'A, A' m 4 11
ADIKINEi [II ..'L A
HARDEiNS ADDITION TO I11 i (IF A '"
WEWAHITCHKA UNIT ONE, PB 2 PG
22 LOT 5. ORB 186/363 Ri,
MC UNAUiLLL; '
(FOR FURTHER- LEGAL SEF TA. Y OLL)


327 R-f)4.IR-.-')0 .I 7':
P HELPS flCH-IAEL R,. ET UX
A'A I "HARDENS ADUill 11 N TO L: 1 Y '[i
, t M1WEWAHITCHKA UNIT ONE PB 2 PG '
22 LOT 6 ORB 86/963 '
S MAP* 94A "''
M74.90: : A

02390--000R
328 R-0448900 21.30


L..ISTER IDA ,MAE
HARDENS ADDITION TO ilY OF.
WEUAHITCHKA UNIT ONE PB 2 PG A'A'
22 LOTS 1 & 2 OPB. 1f6/''30
WQC FR FIEMING. L,1 ,I A L'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SGE IAX ROLL)


$8.2 04

ITE)
AVE
LOT' 6.:
1'S ,
AX ROLL)


$341.27
ON ,
G 10
OF
00'. .' ,




*90' 33

G 10
col, '


'02391-001R
329 R-0449100
BORING MYERS D, ,JR.:
1-IAPilENS AlinII fIN TO C
UE AHITCHKIA UINI T ONE
22 LOTS 11 & 12 ORB,
QC: FR BORN G BLK 2
MAP* 94A n;", '.

02400-000R1
330. R-0450100 iHX
.'i IIiinI fj i111N IN r -


$275


$48.4 1

LOTS



ILK A


.$27.95

LOT 1


BLK B

'0.'404r -o0 oR
:14/, R -04'7' 00 $*64.. 1.
iINFHARr MAROAREr ELIZABETH
WIfI IAtSBLIIRG PB 1 PG 3 LOTS .
S; 4 1IIR 79/604 ,
MAIn 194 '


02486--050R
347 R-0,468200 HX.
< I ril I ME 1 ,IllY
UI ILIAMGBURG PB 1 PB
26, 27, 28 ORB 127/6
MYERS ,. ,
MAP* 94B '


/.02494-000R8
348 R:-0'4
IIAUFINQ Jni
WILLIAMSBUI
MAP ':94B


12497-000R
X99 R-046


68900


$80.77


0254AQ-OOR
36,3 R-0473G00 HX *339.'
RILEY NARVIE LEE
PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOTS 5 & 6 ORB 135/821. FR
ASSOCIATES .FINANCE INC.
MAP# 94B
BLK 1


02542-000R
364, R-0474000
FRAZIER JIMMY L & &
PINE RIUGE.ADDITIOI.,I
LOT 2 IBk 1/846
MAP *94B


41. 37

PB 2 PG 8.


BLK 2 '


02543-000R'
S365 R.-0474100 HX $428.1,9,
JACKSON JOHNNY LEE & MARGARET
A PINE RIDGE 'ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOTS 1 & 2 ORB 67/256 & ORB
126/471 QC FR JACKSON
MAP* 94B
S BLK 3

on81-000R
:36. R-0477800 $201:,1,8.
JUHNSUN LU1iR(CIA :FAYE .
SS 36 T 4 R 10 1 AC M/L
21.0 X 210.FT PARCEL. ON JOHNSON. ,
LANE ORB 170/765 FR NORTH
MAP* 94D

0.'15,84 001R .
'367 R-0478600 $26B.S(8
HALEY JAES M :&., MARIAM F: ,
396 T 4,R 10 LOT 90 X 145 F:'
ORB 91/1013 FR GARDNER BEING ,
PARI:FL 11 IN SURVEY IN 08RB
14','46 FR DIOCESE OF PENSACOLA ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL -SEE TAX ROI.L)

02 4. 4 '
368 .' R-0478700 $401.,.71
OLDBL PACKING MACHHINES INC
S :46 F 4 .to10 BEING 77.35 FT.'-, .
U30 SR 7,1; 145 F' .DEPTH ORB .
15A/616 FR RTS!tI1P
MAP# 9Y-1


02584--010R :
3 LO I p,-I P-'478800 9.'42 .4'.,
34 C, FR I. EAS [FERL ING.'SARA ..
A- : 9, .S 36 T 4 R. 10 76., ,84-FT N FT ,., A
S-IIIPPEY RU; 174 FT AV DEPT .,.
BLK B- (PARCEL t3) SURVEY FOR SMITH, ,
: ORB 181/568 FR TOM REED
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
*27.95 ''A


IN W, '
RG PB 1 PG 3 LOT 16

BLI B


9200 HX $177.76


JONES RANDOLPH & BRENDA,
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOTS,
20( 21,. PRB 145/438 FR '
MINCY. A '
MAP* 948 ,,
BL K ,

02497-001R .. ,.
350' R-04A9300 HX '.. 1 77.76
ADI1ISON EMERISON & JOHN 1 -E K',
UILI IAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
PB 1 PG 3 ,
LOTS 22& .23.
ORB 140/40 FR WILLIAMS .
MAP* 94B .:


ITY 'OFT 02497-050R A ;
PB 2 PG 351 R-0469400 $30.95
118/668 SALMON CORRINE
uJIl.I AM'SBI.IRO PB 1 PG 3
LIJI 24 ORLI 120/583 FR
A'? r ;,.o, WILLIAMS '" ". A .,. A A ,' ., s
:' MAP# 94B ..
BLK B
S $5.48.23 :.i i.'(4


IlIA nRl]Fr'l SUBD P'B'-1 PG 42A0
LOTS, 3' &,4..ORB 160/275 FR
GIBBSS.'& l nL I ORB 133/613 FR
IIOLT21'<& I I-_,S LOT 3 ORB 191//.04
(FOR FURTHER.LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


ELK C ,, 0240.--00R
BLK C" 331 R-0451100 HX $209.33
PIPPIN COLE.-'&,DAARLENE;
I. DA IDA GRIFFIN SUBD' PB.i1 .PG 42A A
$228,92 LOT 16 &. W 12. OP LOT .17 ,Q RB. ,
-. 108/301'2 AGREEMENT' F R r1, ,
2 OF MIOt '94A : ,
S. BLK 3

02410-0OOOR
332 R-0451200 .. 60
'TRENCH 'HAWN F WA'NDGR '
IDA1 GRIFFPIN'.SLIB '.SBB I F' 4' 2 ,
Y I- ', LOTS 18, 19, &;.:E"1/2 OF LUTi
7 n v 17 ORB 152.'916 -9319 I-R .Ai K'-;IUN
.& dR, 1B 162/-~2 FR J. l',SItJ ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEI. .TAX. ROLL)

i A 02440-000R
333 R-045S4400 $223.50
I. R' i lli LINDA J, 'A (A
SI. 25 T .4.R .10 ''' .
l 80 X 100 'r'l' 'LOT .'
ORB 215/359 FP I R I IT A i'".' .:
?ANGE MAP!i 94A' 'A'
S FR ,. A 'i ; ,,, .. ,
A 0.'4410 0()-,01?
:1:.1 R-041. 16(0 I .x 1 i'269 ,97
S:,. MARTIN DEBORAH A.
S 25 T 4 R 10 7' A' M/I.,
0:117 06 (;)RB 201/937 FR III I I "
MAP 94A ,


OF '
FT
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$1.70 ,63

/L ,.:
.IE, ,R


02269-000R '
316 R-0435800 $22B; .,
DI FATTA JOHN E. SR,
L _AI_- GE PARK PB 1 PG 13 LOTS '.
'25, '6, 27,
(IRB 19'//?,4 FR 61 FATT'A. ;
ARMSTRONG
(FOR FI.IRTHIER 'LEbAL SEE TAX ROLI )


02275--000R "
317 R-0436400 $10163
CLECYKLEY CHARLES R. &'. BETTY R ,'
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 PG 13
LOTS, 31 .32,33,34,35,36,37; '.'A -
BEING PARtFEL 3 ORB"' 117/766 "'
FR BLANTON :' ": 'A
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02297-0OOOR
-318 R-0438500 HX *2 2800,70
BOYD RONALD H, & ANN H,.
COLLEGE, PAK FPB 1 F'G 13' LOTS '
20,.21,22, O,,RB. 140/332 FR
ASSOCIATES FINANCE, INC. & URB
200/982 GRANT DEED'FR OYD 6Y
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.i..)


02340-000R '
319 R-0441900 HX SW85,15
WHITFIELD SARAH J
RISH, ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHIKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 16 LOTS 10 &.
11
MAP* 94A 1 1
BLK 1


02440-100R ,
335 : 4,49$0
SAYERS ll fH ll rTmir AL
,S 255 1 4 10 27 AL I/L '
LOT 5 BEItNG 70', 90 FT N
CHIPOLA ST. ORB 208/455 FR
BRITT
'MAPt: 94A .

02444-05 R 01, ..
336 R-0455300 '
WHITFIEL D IAfME T. ,,
S 25 T 4 R 10 ,45 AC H/L
19W148 FT"GN E ,7TH ST 1:01 .3
FT ON CHIPI'OLA AVE. ORFB 115/4
FR MUINA & ORB 206/511 QC F;R
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX .R

02446-'000 ,
337 R-0455o00 ; ,39
PARRIS DENNIS R;,. &
S 25: T 4 ,R| 10 ,6. ACRES 105
FT. E & W BY 140 FT N & .S IN
THE, SW CORNER .Or SWU/4 OF
NE1/4 ORB 211/537 F'R' AGE
MAP* 94A

"b24'2--015R
338 R-0456'900, HX $48
PIERCY DOUGLAS E;",&' RITA, ,.
CLECKLEY'S ADDITION III ,
UNRECORD, LOTS 22; 23; 24, &
25 CLECKLEYS ADDITION 3 BEIN
200 X i85 FT ORB 97/431 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX R8

02452-016R
339 R-0457000 .* 8
PIERCY' DOUGLAS & IRITA
S 25 & 26 T 4 R 10 1 ACR.ES ,
210' X 190' PARCEL ORB 120/
550( FR BEAN
MAP* 94A & 94B


02452--026R
.340 ', R-0457900 $2 .7
PITTS IRENE T,

UNRECORD, LOTS 4( & 41 ,54'
ACRES ORB 186/115 CONTRACT 'FR
JENKINS
MAP* 94B


02498-000R A
3,2- .R-0469500
RINEHAR T MARCAIFFT
UIJ I.I'.MSRlIRO Pn 1
MAP *94B


r127,w
EL I ZABE INH


PB 3 Li


02499-000R
3 ,3 ,R-0469600
BAILEY LEWIS & LOUISE
UILL IAMSBIJRG PB 1 PG'3 LC
RF1Bf to10/409 FR YGNYO
MAP* 94D


02500-OOOR :.,
354 R-04697007 ,
RINEHART MARGARET EL7I
WILLIAMSBUIAG PB 1 PG
:1 3?2 & 33
MAP 194B ,. A


02501-00OR
3.15 R-046900(
WILL IAMS RIJUSEVELT
UILLIAMSBURO PB 1 PG 3
MAP *94B


0:',oE-0008
:136 R-0470500
FLOWERS ANNIE T' &'
UILI iA~SBURG P i, P' 3
5. 6 & 7 ORB 149/473 F
CHESTNUT
MAPI 94B


SLU


0,2584-015R ,
370 R-r04il9(00 I (14..'8
EA' TIERININ SARA '
S 36 T 4 'R 10 76.B4 FT UN '
StIIPPEY RD; 177.46 AV D'EPITH
(PARCEL 14) SURVEY FOR SMITH
ORB 181/569 FR TOM REED ENT.
MAP, 94.1


(0260)3 '.0)0 A;
3/17 R-O 'lRd84." :' 1 ':J,'44
/<1 RP-0149800'HX 1,3444
MILLERGREN NILS A
S 36 T 4 R 1-0 6',17 ACRERS;
641.27 FT ALONG. SR ;1 IIt IEC
OF NE1/4 OF NW1/4 REC'D ORB
35/623
MAP,94D

02604-000R A
372 R-0482900 $'4841,i
C.L. SMITH. MOTOR CO., INC.
S 36 T 4. R 10 1 AC BEG AT' SEC
OF SE/4 OF SU/4; RUN W 210
FT, N 210 FT, E 210 FT, S 210
FT TO POB ORB 98/561 .FR .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02614-OOOR ,
373 R-0404000 $787.49
PEFIJ'FR 13EBRA KAY -)00o
F 3S '1 :4 R 10 *O .Ii3t 0AGCRE-a...- ,op1
BEING PAROE13t-"B".UINEC.A .' A p
CONTRACT 'FR CARPENTER
MAP* 94D, .


31 '29 02619-000R
374 R- 0480A4''O HA $161.87
BLK MEREDITH RUBY NELL &, TEREISA
S 36 T 4 R 10 LOTS 16, 17,
13LV 3 LETTERS SIIBDIVU[SOll
(UNRECORDED) REC'D ORB 83/199
$29.45 FROM O'BRYAN
S. MAP 940D
3T 30 .
02629-000R
S375 R-0486600 .727.B8
BLK B KENT WILLIAM WESLEY &
S S, 36 T4 R 10 1.25 AC M/L
'',, ':12. Fr PARCEL ON I 1ANSFEP
LANDING RD ORB 153g884 AA FR
IlI SMITH 'O:RB 188/729.(QC FR KENT
IS '., AP 94.D '-I.


4:. .ii 02629-003R
BLK '6 R-0'486800 $107 67
'BAILEY JESSEE ,
S' S 36' T 4 R 10 0,74 ACRES IN
THIE'SW GOR', OF SE/4 OF SU1 /4.
C27'95 OF NEi/4 OF. SECT.,;36 T 4,R.1,0
A' FROM SMITH 'R. -..
LOT :34 MAP# 94D ,\.

BLK B 02629-061R


R


02710-050R
3C7 R-0470800
PEACE EARNEST
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 P0.3
LOT .7' ORB 174?19 FR OWE
MAP* 94B .
B


358 R-0470900 .
OWENS JESSIE LEE
WILLIAMSBURG ,PB
LOT 6 ORB 180/651
MAP* 94B


I "02511-002R
90.6 359 R-0471200,
OWENS SHELIA A, .
N, WILLIAMSBURG PB 1
ORB 72/'1109
HAP' #948 z


02512-050R
6..75 360 R.-0471400
;' FISHER RIVERS
WILLIAMSBUROd
S LOTS 12 & 13.
G MAP# 94B

OLL)
02523--OOOR
t,52 361 R-0472400
BRITT RUTH M.
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1
0RB' 138/732 FR'AD0
MAP* 94B:


02534-O0OOR


30 ; 362 R-0473200 .
GRAY JERRY LEWIS
WILLIAMSBURG PB I.PG 3 L
ORB 174/210 FR FINLEY.,,&
177/911 CD FR FINLEY
MAP *94B


.377 R-04B8500 HX 1394B2
EBB CORY M., & LESIA' K.''
M MIIr:HELL MHNOR SUBD, :
$227.29 UNRECORDED LOT 10 .5 AC M/L
ORB 112/287 FR BROGDON
AOrs MAP- 940

02632-230R
378 R-0409800 $151.23
BLKD W UARD SHANNON DEUAYNE & I ';
S 36 T 4 R 10 ,63 AC M/L
LOT 13, UNREC, SUB. BY RISH,
*$29.45 UNREC.. A'A fR RISH
... .... MAP* 94'D 0 '

:NS 02650-050R
379 R-.0491800 $74.59


L I(


127,.95


SMITH KENNETH M.
'S 36 T 4 R 10 .49, AC M/L
. 90 X 170 FT PARCEL
ORB 195/7.45 FR ,(ELLEq, LESS
ORB 2094/893.;TO WEBB
M~m a


1FPR OUENS' .02650-100R '.
380 R-0491900 $481.74
WEBB CORY M. & LESIA K,
S. 36 T 4 R 10 1.128 AC M/L'
$29,45 IREC'D'ORB 209/893 FR SMITH
MAP* 940D ,
PG 3 LOT -8 '
02652-000R''
381 R-0492200 $599i. 49
BLK E, NORRIS STEVEN & IAlv
S 36 T'4 R 10'1/2 ACRE 102
1/2 FT. ON SR 71 X 210 FT
1 DEEP ORB 209/77 FR MITCHELL
$46.91 MAP* 94D '

A. 02655-OOOR, "
S382 R-0492500 HX *' $264.95
WINCHELL MORRIS E. & MYRA MEYE
BLK E S 36 T 4 R 10 3.41 AC M/L'A ,A
LOT ON N LINE OF LESTER SUBD
LESS .4 AC IN ORB 89/912 TO
$73.50 EARNEST ORB 124/1094 FR '
:, .*... (FOR FURTHER LEGAL 'SEE TAX ROLL)
PG 3 LOT ,6 02677-OIR .,
ISON 383 R-0496300 $54.14
HORNE MITCHEL L
BLK 8 1T 5 R 10 1 AC REC'D ORB
21/642
MAP 95A


$183.51 026B4-O03R
384, R-0497400 $160.37
OT 3, WHEATLEY V, MARLENE ( ROGER ,A
oriB SUNNYWOOD ESTATES PB 3 'PG 18
LOT 3 & 4 UNREC AA FR
MC LEMIqRE'S TRUST
SBLK G MAP 958


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02684-038R
305 R-0500700 $13-
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
COMBS LISA J. & EDITH M.
S 12 T 5 R 10 5.2 AC IN SE/4
OF SE/4 ORB 1b6/276 FR
JOHNSON
MAP* 95D

02716-OOOR
387 R-0507900. 44
HORNE MITCHEL L
S 12 T' 5 R 10 1/2 AC PER DEET
REC'D ORB 29/557
MAP *950


03083-013R
4.40 407 R-0565600 $256,9
GULF INTERNATIONAL PROPERTIES
S 30 T 8 R 10 ,504'AC M/L
130 X 169 FT BEING PARCEL "Q"
ORB 193/553 FR JOHN F. CULLEN
CONSTRUCTION INC.
MAP* 70


1.74







4,64


02722-115R
388 R-0508700 $204.40
LINTON PATRICIA A
S 12 T 5 R 10 ,33 AC M/L
LOTS 3,4 GLENN ESTATES,
UNREC, SUB, ORB 161/803 QC .;
FR LINTON
MAP* 95D

02722-125R
389 R-0508800 $561.79
LINTON WILLIAM E.
d 12 T 5 R 10
LOT 5 GLENN ESTATES UNREC.,
UNREC, AA FR 'CLECKLEY
MAP* 95D

02722-130R
390' R-0508900' $370.10
MC DONALD PERRY & ROBIN
S 12 T 5 R 10
LOTS' 6, 8 GLENN ESTATES UNREC...
SUB, ORB 201/370 AA FR .
CLECKLEY & ORB 209/844 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)


02722-135R .
t 391 R-0509000
ANDREWS LOUIE
S' 12 T '5 R 10
LOTS 7 & 9 GLENN ESTATES,
UNREC. SUBD, UNREC. QC ,FR
BIDWELL
MAP* 95D


02722--150R
392 R-0509100
BEATTY GEORGIA & DONALD
' S 12 T 5 R 10 .' "
LOT 10, GLENN ESTATES UNR
SUB. UNREC, AOREEMENF FR
CLECKLEY
MAP 95D ;

02722-215R
393 R-0509900
SKINNER RANDY & DIANE
S 12 T 5 R 10 8 AC.M/
LOT 22 GL F.N" E'TAfrE. S '
ORB 136/943 FR CLECKLEY
MAP* 950

02730-010R
394- R-0511200
DAWSON CHARLES K. & DEBRA
S 13 T 5 R 10 1 AC
6OB 203/314 FR HARVELL
MAP *96

02731-001R
395 R-0511400
TAUNTON JESSIE MARSHALL
S 13 T 5 R 10 .5 AC M/L 1
150 FT LOT REC'D ORB 101/
FR TAUNTON :'.


$170.58


$92.05


RECE.' .


$50.58







$89 .5






$925,94

50 X
716


02791-000R "'' i. 1,
396 R-d524400,HX O .? r 4$t021:95
BURKE STEVEN" V(U& PAEI=UA51Z". '-.!i ;
S 11 T 7 R d' 4,5 AC M/L
210 FT ON SR 71 X 1000 FT-
DEPTH ORB 159/345-346 FR
HEACOCK ORB 206/232 FR BURKE
MAP* 101C

02798-025R
397 R-0525800o $202 00
CARNLEY JUDSON E, '& .IDA E.'
S.10 T 7 R 11 .75 AC M/L
204.45 FT ON INTRACOASTAL ,:
R.O.U. UNREC. AGREEMENT FR
KIRKLAND
MAPI B3

02004-0006R
398 R-0527200 ''$1,487 07
RPIEVES CHARLES' L. JUILE ,
S 11 T 7 R 10'4,5'5AC'REC;D1: -
ORB 214/772 FR HAMMOND ,
MAP *101C

0838-00OR .
399 R-0530900 :,$216,. 2.0
LANIER'CL INION A. SR:. & DIANE ,
S 11 T 4 R 810 '1,.10 AG'M/L'
PARCEL BEING TRACT' "B )
ORB 212/149 FR LANIER .
MAP* 101C

02839-000R
400 :R-0531000 68
BURKE STEVEN V, .
8 11 T:, 7 R 10 1.5 AC M/L'
211 X 100 'Ft PAR:EI_, "A"' ; :'
200 X 21 FT PAREL "B'
ORB 173/590 FR BURKE A
MAP* 101C

02844--050R,' ., .. .,.
401 R-05319i0 $,19.6
DEES,.LEON
S S 11. T 7 R 10 .7 A M'L I I
X 260 FT LOT ORB 1,/F.;' FR
MARTIN
MAP* 101C

02964-000R -
402 R-0544400 HX 248,28
GODWIN ROBERT G. ET IJX
WIMICO'SIJRDIVIIOnN PR 1 PG-31
LOT 12 A 20 FT IfN NU SInFf:'OF '
SAME & SE 20 FT OF LOTS;9, 10 '
& 11 AND ADJOINING 20 FT -
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX"ROLL)

030'10-060N .1 .
403 i R-0551200 : '. '$79B.92
PROVIDENT MEDICAL CORP. OF
S 7 T 8 RIO .636 AC M/L .300
FT ON GARRISON AVE PARCEL ,
'ORB 160/697 FR HEALTH CARE
MNGT, CORP. ,
(FOR FURTHER-'LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


03045-001R
404 R-0554900 $824,91
HUTCHISON DAVID L, &
WAFD:RIDGE UNIT NO. 1. PB 2' P0'"
3-iLOT 23 ORB 200/305 FR COX,
,MAP*,69B
i BLK 1,


03083-075R
408 R-0566400 HX $698,.33,
SWEARER GERALD C. &'LORI M,
S 30 T 8 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)


03083-090R
409 ,R-0566600 $249.13
HAPPY,'BOTTOM,STABLES, INC. 6
S 30 T 8 R 10 1 AC M-/L
BEING LOT 9 PONDEROSA PINES
UNREC. ORB 216/136 FR PORT
CITY ASSOC.
MAP* 70


03083-100R .. ,
410 R-0566800 :. $22
MOORE CHARLOTTE
S 30 T 8 R 10
BEING LOT 11 PONDEROSA PINES
UNREC, ORB 206/446 FR PORT
CITY ASSOCIATES
MAP* 70


03083-145R o,
411 R-0567500 $1.61
WATKINS JAMES 0.
S 36 T 8 R 10
BEING LOT 20 PONDEROSA PINES
UNREC, ORB 212/68 FR SIMPSON
MA'P* 70 < ,

03097 001 .
412 'R-0568900.,HX ,, $78
WATERS ADA L 0r
JONESVItLLE SUBD PB 1 PG 57 N
185 FT OF LOT 12 ORB 75/85
MAP *69C


03101--005R
413 R-'0569700
TULL 'IJARREILI. '
JONESVILLE SDU.BD
150 X 230 FT REC'D
186/189?"FR BOWERS
MAP* 69C

03101-020R
414 P R-O 6900
TULL IARREILL '
.IuNLSVILL F SUB
i7. \ I FT LOT
ORB 148/175 FR TULL
MAP*.69C


S .57


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. MAY 6. 13. 20. 1999


03171-15SR
429 R-0580800 $202.00
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 11
ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP* 909

03171-160R
430 R-0580900 $202, 00.
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 12
ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP,
MAP* 900

0,3171-1651R
431 R-0581000 $202.00.,
OIERKSHEIOE MELVIN &
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES'UNRECORDED) LOT 13
ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON. ,
FIN, CORP.
MAP* 900

03171-1 OR
432 R-0501300 $200,50
CLARK WILLIAM C, & CYNTHIA A.
INDIAN LAGOON ,
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 16
ORB 206/424 FR. RISH
MAP* 90B

031,71-185 R
4:33 R-0581400 $200.50
Cl.ARK WILLIAM C. & C YNTHIA'A,
IiNDIAN LAGpON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) 'LOT 17
ORE) 206/42'4 FR RISH
MAP* 90B I 8 I!


03171-190R
434 ..R-0515-C0
10 CLARK WILLIAM, C'., & CYNT
INDIAN LAGOON ,
'!1IATES(LINRECORUE D LOT
U RB 206/424 FR RI'4 1
MAPt 0Yo


03171-195R
$ 65097 435 R-0,581600
CLARK UILLIAM C, & CYNTI
INDIAN LAGOON
IN ORB S C LIAIFS(LINRFLORDED) LOT
ORB '03/951 I R JUONES
MAP* 90;B


' .'3 l6.59'


03101-030P, "
415 R-0'-69900'oH '' $49.53
PELT M EL 'L :
JONESVILLE SUBD '
128 X..230.,FT LOT
ORB0 148/1/76 FR TULL
MAP* 69C

03101 -040R
416 P-0570000 '' $1'26,95.
TULL DARRELL
S 19 T 8 R 10 '' '
W 109' OF N 150' LOT 30"
ORB 162/577 FR TULL( ORB0 163/
17 CD FIR TULL
.MAP* 69C

03101-050R
417 0R-0570100 $129.1.8
MC MULLON ARCHIE U. & VICKIE
JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION LOT.39
& 40 ORB 111/ 12 FR Till
MAP* 69C

03101-1001
418 R-0570300 I-IX $415.08'
TULL DARRELL & RHONDA
JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION PB 1
PG 57 150 X 367.25 FT PARCEL
IN LOTS 30,31; 32 ORB 162/576
CD FR TULL
MAP 69C .

0:31:30--001R
,4'19' R-0573000 ,,, 1 .87
BROWN UILLIE L. ET AL. .
MONEY .BAYOU SUB
LOT 21 ORB 94/9i32. FR G.ARBER
MAP@ 72C ,

0 1134-0008R
470 R-05!73-, 00 $310.l 21.
LIKELY RAY 0 & MINNIE "
MUNEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PU `49
LOTS / & 13 '
ORB 150/7%5 FR GREENE' '
MAP. 72C
BLK'D


03136--OOOR
421 0,,'.170,0 $160.37
.BRUTON .tl.Mi I .
MONEY BAYOU SUBBD'PB 1 i 4 '
LO ;I. :- ? .. ; <
MAP *72C'' "' .
,; .' "BI .iK 'D

03141-OOOR
422 R-0574200 "'. ,$423..67
1. I(FLY RAY
MONEY BAYOU SUU1)1 PR II l 149
LOT 19 ORB 102/5R7 AIREF MLNI ,
FR ADAMS ,,,.
MAP* 72C .


03 148--00R
423 R-0575000
.UYNN JIJULIUS
MOMtF ,YLIlU SU0BD"
LOTS 12 & 13
MAP 72C .,,


LlL- k D


$1,303.52

FE '1' PG.'49 :


S I BLK E


031?1-0'40R
424 R-0579100 $649,~ 68
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT &
S 15 T 9 R 10 8 1 AC'M/L' ',
775,33 FT ON SR ;10 7,' 'F .
DEPTH BEINt PARCEL "A' IN IMIl 'l
100/7R8 AGREEMLNI FR WIlinm11 IF
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL REE TAY PLR.L)

03171-050R
425 R-0579200 $232.64
'BUCHANAN J. VINCENT &
S 15 T 9 R 10 1.674 AC'M/L.
142 28' FT ON' S'R "30; ,,500 FT
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "B" IN IORB/
100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOODMERE
(FOR"FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03171-060R
426 R-0579,400 .. '$202.00
BUCHANAN J. VINCENT '
S 15 T 9 R 10 2.88. AC M/L
100 FT LAGOON FRONT' "6'34',5'5
AV DEPTH BEING PARCEL "E"
IN ORB 160/912 OC FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


03057--006R ', 03171-145R
,405 '.R-0558000 HX $11.. 6,4 427 R-0580600 $202.00
DOUDS SANDRA. DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN & ,
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1 PB 2 PG INDIAN".LAGOON ', : ..
3 LOT 3 ORB 124/451 'QC FR ESTATES(UNRECOR DED) 'LOT .9 ORB
GLEN R, DOUDS JR. 135/705-720 FR WILSON FIN,
MAP'69B CORP.
BLK 4. MAP* 90B


03083-012R
406 R-0.565500 $255.48
GULF INTERNATIONAL PROPERTIES
8 30 T 8 R 10.' ,512 AC NM/i
131,98 X 169 FT'LOT"'C-.3"
ORB 193/558 FR CULLLEN COSTS,
MAP* 70


031'71-15OR -0
428 R-0580700 $202,00
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN & :;'
INDIAN I AOLN '
ESTATES UNRECORDEDD) ''LOT 10
ORB 135/705-736 FR 'WILSON
FIN, .CORP.
MAP@ 900


03171-200R
436 R-058170'0
CLAR.K WILLIAM C, & CY
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) L
ORB-,203/9r,1 FR JIINES
MAP* 901

03"171-21 0R
437 R- 0-51900
GROSS STEPHEN J., '6
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) L
ORB 214/874 FR RISH
MAP* 90B

03171-2451
438 P-0582600
GRIFF-FN SHARON
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(IJNRECORUED) 1
ORB )I/59/0 FR UILSIIN
FINANCIAL CORP.
MA'P* '90B ,

03171-250R
439 R-0582700
GRIFFITH SHARON
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) L
ORB' 193/862 FR RISH
MAP* 908

'63l71-400R
440 R-0585000 HX
LEMIEUX THOMAS & TIFF
S 15 T 9 R 1Q0 1.190"
100 FT ON SR 301 500
DEPTH ORB 187/175 FRN
MAP* 90A i

031/t --490R
441 R-0 O'5200
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN, '
S 15 T 9 R 10 20.'276'i
1743.66 FT ON SR1 30;
DEPTH' BEING' PARCELi ,''2
135/70.1-4 FR WILSON F)
MAP* '90A.


)11 701-060R
442 R-0509200
BU10 GENERAL PARFNER'SH
SWEETWATER SHORES .'
PB *3 POEG' ,' 40
LOT 8 O.RB'497/21i2' FR.
A S S U C I N O ;'' .i ...' .
(FQ.R FURTHER LEGAL. SEE


0317' 0o'R
443 R-0589900
MILLER ROBERT N GEORFI
SWEETWATER SHORES
PB 3 PGE 39 & 40
LOT 4 ORB 197/175 FR S
ASSOC, INC.
(FOR FURTHER L FIn.ll. [r F


03178-170R
444 R-059 1 .60
WILSON ROBERT I.... JR.
SWEETWATER SHORES
?,RB 3 PtUF 39 & 40 ...
LOT 5 ORB l98/910 F R I
ASSOC I IL
(FOR r IRIII'.P I.E(,AI ,F.


03178--175R
445 R-0591700
WILSON ROBERT L, JR,
SuEFTUArFR P SHORES
S?1 3 1 l & :19' & 40'
LOT, 6 ORB 1989/91iBFR

I-IR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


03178-205R' .
446 R-0592300
MAYLE JEFF A,
SWEETWATER SHORES
PB 3 t'l-1 39 & 40'
LOT 1 ', ORB 197/514 FR
A ,';ll l.AIl F INC.'' .
(FUR FULIRTH[R EFGAL 'SEE

03178-220R
447 R-0592600
SMITH JAMES E. & JOYCE
SWEETWATER SHORES
PB 3 PGE'39. ,40 ,
LOT 15 ORB 212/352 FR
MAP* 72C '
BLK


03178-900R
448 R-0592900
CAPE VILLAS .COMMUNITY
S 19 T'9. R 10 ,
CAPE VILLAS COMMUNITY IP
REC'D ORB 103/283 .
MAP* 72C

03180-140R
449 R-05950
HUGHES GEORGE & CHERYL
TREASURE SHOES SIUBD P
2e LOT 9 ORB 148/299 FR
& SNYDER
MAP .472C


$200,50
HIA A.


13




$200.506
HIA A.

19


'$200,50
'NTHIA A.

.OT 20




$200.50


.OT 22




" $202'. 00


OT 29


03186-00OR
450 R-0606600 $1
DIERKSHEIDOE MELVIN G,. ET
S 20 T 9 R 10
639,34 FT PARCEL ORB 117/
FR WILSON FINANCIAL CORW'-
LESS 8 LOTS IN UNREC SUBI
MAP 720

031B6--115R
451 R-0607700 HX
CAUSEY BRUCE L &
PELICAN PINES, UNREC. SUIB
LOT 5 ORB3172/801 FR H1U
MAP* 720

03186-130R
452 R-0608000 ,
MARLOWE MELISSA
PELICAN PINES, LNREC. SEU1
LOT 0, 74 FT'GULF FRONT M
544 FT AV DEPTH
ORB 212/396 FR MELFORD
MAP* 72D0,

03186-580R
4 'w4 R ),0'609900 ''
INI[mN SUMMER V U. INC,
INDIAN SUMMER PB H PG 41
LOT 16.
MAP* 720

03186--58,5R
454 R.-0609900
INDIAN SUMMER.DEV, INC.
1,NillANJ SUMMER PB 3 PG 41
Lm I/
MAFi* 72D '

031,91-i001
455 R-661'47.00 r' $2
SAVAGE J.' LAMAR & 'DAN YOR
S 22 T 9 R 10 100 FT GUiLF
FRONT) 908 FT AV, DEPTH
OqRB 201/478 FR MORGAN
MAlI 900


1,581.47
AL

/1057

D3


03334-004R
472 R-0660800
RAFFIELD SEVERAL
S 13 T 5 R 11 1.-97 AC M
BEING LOT 4 & ADJ. PARCEL
ORB 176/61 FR RAFFIELD
MAP@ 42


03335-000R
90, 05" 473 R-0660900 $165.71.
$79005 RAFFIELD APRIL
.B. S 13 T 5 R 11 4,5 AC M/U
.GG i NW/4 .OF SW/4 LYING E OF CO RD
REC'D ORB 60/775 (LESS ORB 54/.
1044 & ORB 72/91'7 TO BLAKE,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE'TAX ROLL)
2,369.74
03335-001R
Bi, 474 .R-0661000 $ 89.61
/L; RAFFIELD I FVFRAI.
S 13 T 5 R 11 ..507'AC M/L
LOT 3 UNRECr., SUBDO, .,
ORB 176/62 FR RAFFIELD LESS'
ORB 188/732-736 TO; RAFFIELD
MAP* 42
$1621 .9 03335-00-4R .'
: .. 475 R-0661200 $ 71, 20
RAFFIELD MADELINE
S' S 13 T '5 ;,R 11 '; .'505 AC M/L
BEING LOT, 4, UNREC. 'SUBD BY.
RAFFIELD ORB 174/763
MAP* 42


$





,
:K



03i91-'026R
456 R-0617100 $4,
VOORHIS CHARLES C. III MD
S'22 T 9 R 10 200 FT GULF
FRONT) 413.94 FT DEPTH M/L
riRH 84/631
MAF'I '900 '

03191--029R ,
457 R-0617400 ..
LARUDEE PAUL, & -BETTY .
S 22 T 9 R' 10 283.10 FT FR
ON SR 30B8 716 FT AV .DEPTH
227 FT LAGOON FRONT ORB.:
110.'t008-9 FR, GROOM
MAP* 90D '

03192-002R" ,.
458 R-0619100, '
DUKE WILLIAM ANDREW
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 2
ORB 20,2/955 FR POL-LOCF.K B
MAP *900 9OD ',', -


03200--001R
459 R-0621700 r .
FISHER WAYNE D, ET AL
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP .NO
PB 1 PG 48 LOT.-13 ORB 77/9:
MAP #900 1


03220-021R
*460 R-0627700 HX
FLETCHER GREGORY F & JULI
$176,94 INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP I
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 6 ORB 167/
. FR RICH
OT 30 MAP 90.D

03276-000R "''"'. ,
461 R-0638700"
$475.14 KEMP LARRY ALLEN & AVE MH
ANY S 12 T 4 R 11 32 AC NE/4
AC M/L. NW/4, LESS 8 AC IN NEC ,Ih
FT AV .90/921 (PARCEL 2) FR KEMF
NELSON MAP 380 ,. .
03279-150R ,
462' .R-0639200 HAx 1
.$1,075,16 BAXI,..EY TFRRY 0 & LEISA L
,S 12. T 4 R 11 .75 AC M/
AC M/L PARCEL REC'D ORB 170/967,
500 FT BAXLEY
" ORB MAP* 8.D
IN. 'CORP. '
03283-OOOR '' '
463 R-0639700
SIEMP LARPY 1 & AV: '
S 12 T 4 R ii .8 AC C
'$'1,113.07 BEING 4 AC IN PARCEL *3 I
Il .ORB 90/921 FR'..KEMP & 4' AC
S107/853 ,FR PARKER

SEYBOLD MAP*. 3:0
""&Y D 0321 3-000R '' l
E TAX ROLL) 464 R-039900
-.KEMP LARRY A. & AVE MARIE
S12 T4 R10 4 AC 133 X 132
$1 ,13.07 LOT BEING REC'D OFFICIAL
IENNF RECl:ORD BOOK 73 PAGE .124 F,
-KEMP .

EYBOil 03".H'O-OO 10 '
465 e 0640700 HX
SAX Ruil ) KEMP LARRY A, & AVE M.
S 12 T 4' R 11 11 AC
ORB 54/990 FR ALLAN KEMPE
210 X 210 FT; 266X 1320 F'
$204.76 ,,PARCEL #1 IN ORB 9Q/92'1'IL
(,FOR FURTHER LEOAL 'SEE TA)

03295--020R I '
,F- IIII 1ll' 466 R-064tROO X '
AAUSTIN .iIM J 'E AI
TAX P111i) G 1/ T.4 R 11 300 A REC' I
11RB 65, 10o)6 FR HAMILTON Fr
INC & ORB 89/577
MAP 9
$170.58
03323--000R '
467 R-0654500
WACHdVIA;BANK, N:,A.
SEYBO..D S 12 T 5 R 11I 17,7 AC THAI
PART OF SE/4 LYING E OF.
TAX R[OLL) LITTLE CREEK & E OF 1SR
OUTFALL DRAINAGE DITCH.,
'MAP .:41
$170.58 03326-155R ,
468 R-0656700
STEVENSEUGENE P ,BARBARA
Y .... S 13 T 5 R 11 SUNSHINE ACF
SE YBDI. UNRECORDEDDED). LqOT11 .96 AC

'TAX ROLL) M/L ORB 140/822 FR TAUNTOh
ET- AL.
MAP 42

$191.53 03326-245R
V,,. 469 R-0658800 $
BRAKE LARRY L
8 13 T 5 R 11 SUNSHINE ACR
WEILE'R (UNRECORDED) LOT 29 5.2? A
: M/L UNREC AA FR TAUNTCJN
D MAP 42

03330--120R
470 R-0659700 $
$477,14 HARLAND LENA
ASSO, S 13 T 5 R 11 1:34,7 AC M
210 X 279,.45 FT BEING PARC
PROPERTYY NO. 1. IN UNREC S,UB, .OR '14'
S. ,.830-3 AA FR CARR. ET 'AL
MAP* 42

03331--001R
$3,016.16 '471 R-0660200, $
KNOX PAMELA
'3'PG S 13 T 5 R 11
R SHUA'N LAND BEING 300 FT ALONG W
OF DANIELS RD, LAND LYING
BEING IN SW/4 OF SW/4 FR
'lI.. A (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX


IE
jn


1621,39


03335-050R
S 476 R-0661400 HX ,' ';$156.'21
WUIII ROY'O, 0. JR, &.: E ITH .'; "
S S 13 T 5 R 11 2.58 AC M/L
200 X 378.72 FT PARCEL. ..-'
360, 24. ORB 173/861 FR R'AFFIELD & ,
.100' X 378.22i FT PARCEL 'ORB .
. (FOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TAX ROLL)

03937-0058 ', .. '; ,
4'/ P 'l661900 HX' $394. 97
S RAFF I.I IJ MAIur-1I IE H' ; .
SS 13 1 5 R 11 7.94 AC MV/L '
288... X 350 FT PARCEL ORB. 8
724.46 156/635 & bR'B '1i573 &, 7;8 ..
X 288,52, FT PARCEL ORB 15/72
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).


47 P -0662.'0< -IX 923 .0 .
RAFrFi- 11 ,iM ,
S1 5 P I .79 AC M/L .'
713,07 200 FT PARCEL ON CO. Rbf- 1266
Fl AV. DEPTH. "ORB'i34/810-11' "
ONT .. FR :RAFFIELD M.H.,
MAPI 42, ,

0-3337. '3R 2
4/9 R-06/,2300 $ 7,'64
fULISi3TNANT PATRICK J.
S 13 T 5 R II 2.97 AC M/I
374 B 10H5 X 700 FT CREEKFRONT PARCEL"
- UNREC. AA ,FR DAVIS .
.1 ', 'MAP* 42' '. ':i

033:37-050R
4110 R- 0662400 $227..64
L(K-n Ii)USIGNANT PATRICK J'. '
SS 13 I R 11 3 AC M/L
CRFEIKF RUNT PARCEL REC'D N IN
247, 6p IINREC. AA FP DAVIS
MAPI 42


34 03340-005R
,, 481 R-0667300 85.27
.LK HAGAN GEORGE L. & JOSEPHINE L.
S :REEKVIELI ESIAIE, UNREC.
55 A:, I.OT 1 103 FT CREEK
t77,91 FRONI WEIAPPO OBR 201/798 FR
A DUREN UT AL
. 1 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL).,


03340-020R
482 R-0667600 HX $201.66
YOUNGEBLOOD JOANNE
CREEKVIEU ESTATES', 'UNRIE,. C :". .'
LOT 4 ORB 135/289 FR COSTAN :.u.
ORB 157/154 AA FR CARR.ET AL
& ORB .186/511 FR WARMER' & ORB
(FOR FURTHERrLEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03340-0/5R
483 R-0668000 HX $156.89
HALL JAMES C & PATRICIA E
S 23 T 5 R 11
ORB 159/802 FR CARR ET'AL
MAPI 42

03340-01301
414 (R- 668300 $ :' 276.60
STERZOY JOHN A '
CREEKVIEU ESTATES,"UNREC
LOT 4 ORB 161/910 FR COITIN
ET AL
MAPI 42 '- '

03340- 230R '
485 R-0668400 IIX 538.33
MORAI ES JESUS ROBERTO
CREEKUOOD ESTATES, UNREC. "
LOT 13 ORB 196/681 FR CARR
.ET "AL .. '
MAP* 42

0:1346-0001' ::
4HA R 0669800 $'86.61
HAMMON 13UENIflLYN 'L.
5 23 T 5 R 1 3 AC REC'D ORB '
8/159 '" '' :"" "' ... ,
MAP *42

.03371-OO0 R -" .
,'487 -R-0674000 $183.16
SM I TH U 11.1 I AM COLEMAN'.;
S :'6 T F R 1 5.06 AC PER'
UEED RFC'D ORB 52/i58' FR
LILLA OrIOM '
.MAP *43


03389-352R
$513.72 488... R-0680200' $645...34
I JC liOJOH VANCE CRYSTALTAL. M."
II S S31 T 5 R 11 1.31 AC
ARMS I'(IRTION OF LOT 7 ORB 197/894
FR DURUEN
MAP 13C0 ''

03390-001R '
$59.18 489 R-0680600 HX $298.24
PARKER CHRISTOPHER R. .
T S. 31 T 5 R 11 1,02 AC 165 FT'
S,, X 270 FT LOT
ORB 181/865 FR SYLVESTER
MAP'13C .


03391-002R
490 R-0680900' $144,40
85,37 BUKLEREWICZ JULIUS & JEAN M.'
.j5 ,' S 31 T 5 R 11 1.51 AC COMM AT
J, NEC OF NE/4 OF.'SE/4,: RUN WU,..
ES 400 FT, N 300 FT FOR POB,. RUN..'
N 188 FT, >W 350 FT, S 188 FT,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

03391-006R
491 R-0681300 $153.38
BARBEE ARCHIE H.
524,78 S:31 T 5 R 11 1.02 AC 165 X'
270 FT LOT
EPI ORB 199/557 'FR TURNER
S MAP. 13'C



03391-026R
492 R-0682700 .' *170,58
124.78 BROWNELL JANICE FAY
S 31 T 5'R 11 1,75.AC 205,oX
/L- 250 X 275 X 280 FT. ORB120/664
EL FR PLAYER.ESTATE & ORB 199/696
FR BROWNELL & PADGETT
MAP* 13C



124.45 03392i-002R
493 R-0683100 $407, 4
WAGNER JAMES A. *,
SIE S 31 T.5 R 11 1 AC 170 X 260'
& FT.'LOT REC'D ORB 124/41 FR
BROWN.
ROLL) MAP *13C'


3392-0i5R
$111.96 494 .-R-0684000 $0
S, SOLARSKYJ STANISLAW
/L., S 31 T S Rll
: 170 X 260 FT PARCEL ORB 126/
S43-45 AA FR HARDY
MAP*


03393-021R
495 RR-0684200 HX
.BURROWS EARL L, JR.
8'31 T 5 R 11 1 AC M/L
244.2 FT ON PALMETTO OR
ORB .176/414 FR BURROWS
MAP 13C


1,81


$336.44


03392-030R
496 R-0684400 HX $95.51
BROWNELL EZRA C. & JANICE F,
S 31 T 5' R 111340 X 25.0 FT
LOTJ BEING PARCEL *1 IN ORB
90/1090 FR PATRICK EST & 305
X 275 FT LOT)' BEING PARCEL *2
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


03394-052R
497 R-0686000 $740
FELS JOSEPH ET UX
S 31 T 5 R 11 4.6 AC REC'D
ORB 72/599 FR PATRICK 350 X
570 FT. .
MAP *13C

03395-000R'
498 R-06.86300 $41
CRAIG LEONARD F,
S, 31 T 5 R 11 ,.53 AC M'/L 92.5
X 250 FlILOT
MAP ,c '


0:33.95-00AR8,
499 R-0606400
CRAIGU LEUNARl) F,
S 31l F 5 R 11
'82.5 X 250 FT LOT ORB
CFRT. OF TITLE FR CLERK
MAPI I 1lC

03396-002R
500 R-0686600 HX
MC LAUHON MICHAEL S., & A
6 31 I 5 R 11 1.01 AC
BEING 170 X 260 FT,LOT
128/J093 FR DREFN
MAP *13C


.44


;06


$42.56


188/721




$177,68
AOA S,

OROl


0:340h -51i5R
501 R-069000 $170.58
RAY ALAN
S 3' T 5 R li
LOT 4, LAKE CHARLES SUB..
UNREC, ORB 217/154 FR TAUNTON
. CLECKL EY
MAP 130 ',.

03406-530 ,
502 R-0691100 $131.032
NEUELL JOHN A. &. JUANITA .LEE
S 32 T 58 R 1 ..
-LOT 7, LAKE- HARLES SUB,
UNREC. UNREC AA FR lAUNTON &
CLECKLEY '.
MAP 130 ...

03410-010 ,
503 R-0693100 HX $49.07
SURBER UAYNF E & RAE ANN
S 31 T 5 R 11 1.06 AC M/L 270
X 172 FT LOT UNRECORDED
AGREEMENT FR 'MCDUFFIE
(MC DUFFIE INT. ORB 119/737 TO
(FOR FURTHER 'LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03420-001R
504 R-0694500. $1.76.32
CUSGROVE THOMAS J.
S 32 T 5,R li 1,29 Ab DEED
REC"O ORB 57/391
MAP I13b


03426-005R
505 R-0697400 HX $228.63
SANDERS BOBBY Li & JOYCE A.
S 33'T R' i 1, .,,AC I. ( ...
A PARCEL OF LD 141..86.LFT ;X
245,88FT X-321.02.FT X 1.84,33t.i,
FT REC'O ORB 134/690-91 FR
-(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03426-210R
506 R-0,98100 HA ;: $530.62
CYR MIKA &..SUSAN L BAY
S 33 T 5 R 11 2 PARCELS,
REC'D IN ORB 175/963 FR, KENT
MAP 27C '

03426-255R
507 R-0698200 $118.71
ANDERSON TOMMY
S33 T '5 R 11
ORB 165/2 FR ANDERSON..'
MAP* 27C '

03426-520R
508 R-0699200 $210.54
BRIDGES DOUGLAS B SR '
S 33 T 5 Rl8 .53 AC'M/L
(UNREC'':PLAT)' 1'05 X 220 FT
LOT ORB 133/919'FR CARR
MAP# 27C'

03426-530R
,509. R-0699400 $1,294.38
SYLVESTER STEVEN Ji
S 33 T 5 R 11 .51 AC
ORB 180-827 FR CITIZENS
FEDERAL
MAP* 27C

03426-550R
510 R-0699700 $149.64
,HkICKS COLIN KELLY .
S 33 T 5 R 11 .51 .AC M/L
BEING LOT 6' UNREC. PLAT BY
CARRi 105 X 210-FT 'ORB 187/
204 AA FR CARR & ORB 204/98 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

02426-555R
511 R-0699800 HX $226.13
DYCUS RONALD E. & ANN G,.
.8 33 T 5 8Rl1 1 AC M/L
210 X 210 FT PARCEL -ORB 182/
580 FR WETAPPO INC.


03426-570R
512 R-0700100
POLLOCK MITCHELL. T. &6
S 33 'T 5 R 10 1,02 AC
210' FT ON PLEASANT REST
CEMETERY RD ORB '214/247
WETTAPPO INC.
MAP* 27C


$390.60

M/L

FR


,03440-000R
.513 R-0701900 $83,31
'HAMMON GOENDOLYN
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBD
(UNRECORDED) LOTS 46 & 54 ORB
88/591 QC FR WHITFIELD
MAP *27C '
BLK i


0345i-o018R
514 R-0704800 HX "$445.81
AVRIGIAN BRYAN & DIANNA
WETAPPO CREEK' ESTATES PB 3' PG
7 LOTS 6 & 7 ,
ORB 186/380 AA FR ARNOLD
MAP 270
BLK B

03453-001R
.515 R-0706600 $350.16
SIMMONS GEORGE WU.JR,
S .35 T 5 R.11 2.25 AC M/L S/2
OF S/2 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OF
NW/4.0RB 207/936 FR CLENNEY
MAP* 43

03454-01011
516 R-0707000 HX $407.20
BARFIELD RICHARD D & DONNA M
S 35 T 5 R 11 1 AC M/L
N/2 OF. SW/4 OF NE/4 OF NW/4,
LYING W OF OR 386 ORB. 147/419
FR RAY & ORB 197/15 CD FR RAY
MAP* 43


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03460-0401R
517 R-0708400 $170.58
POLLARD BILLY F.
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD (AN
UNRECORDED SUBD) LOT 8; 300
FT WETAPPO CREEK FRONT 165 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 207/910 FR SPANN
MAP* 43

03460-045R
518 R-0708500 HX $180.43
POLLARD BILLY F & VIRGINIA I<
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKUOOD (AN
UNRECORDED SUBD) LOT 9 ORB
1.70/719 FR SMITH
MAP 43

03460-125R
519 R-0709300 HX $193.53
RAY WILLIS A. & PEGGIE W.
S 35 T 5 R 11
CREEKWOOD FIRST ADDITION
(UNREC) LOT 5 & 6 .
ORB 213/494 FR BARFIELD
MAP* 43

03460--135R
520 R-0709400 $190.03
RAY WILLIS ALVIN & PEGGIE W
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKUWOOD FIRST
ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 7 ORB
150/568-69 FR GRANGER
MAP* 43

03460--365R
521 R-0712200 $95.10
KENNEDY CAROL A.,
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3, UNRECORDED
LOT 17 & 18 & PENINSULA
PORTION ORB 183/855 FR
SCHMIDT .
MAP* 43

03460-375R
522 R-0712300 $173.45
JONES JOE & CAROL A. KENNEDY
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED-
LOT 19 ORB 134/897-98 FR
MEXICO BEACH CORP. INC.
MAPt 43

03460-380R .
523 R-0712400 $78.76
GRIMALDI RALPH J. & REGINA L,
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 20 ORB 133/1048-49 FR
HEX, BCH .CORP. INC.
MAP* 43

03463-030R
524 R-0715400 HX. $325.88
NICHOLS MARY ELLEN
S 35 T 5 R 11 2,63 AC M/L
BEING LOT 6, UNREC, SUBD,
ORB 181/634 FR ARNOLD
MAP* 43 .

03488-002R
525 R-0720200 HX .$241.75
THUMAi FI.HYD LYNN & SHERRY ANN
S 6 T 6 R 11 3. AC
ORB 161/703 FR BASTAS
MAP. 14B

03488-05 OR 0 .
S 526 R-0720400 HX $350,26
DAVIS RICHARD GLENN & DEBRA L
S 6 T 6 R 11 2.673 AC MH/
PARCEL REC'D ORB 1 72/-184 F'R
THOMPSON
MAP* 14B..

03493-OOOR
527 R-Q721000 $1,73.32
WILLIAMS WILLIAM C. JR.'
S 5 T 6 R 11 3.04 AC BEG AT
NEC OF SW/4 OF 6N/4 & RUN 9
230 FT FOR POB, IH S 270 FT,
TH W 1490 FT, TH N 270 FT, TH
(FOR FLIPTHFER LEGAL SEE' TA : ROLL)

03501-105R
5'.8 R-'72:'3o0 $3,703.44
SL IrEP6T RANK ,J. ,. DONNA M.
S 6 T 6 R 11 7. 75 AC M/L
PARCEL I 5,46 AC M/L & PARCEL
II ORB 199/291 FR CPIF.FIN
MAP* 14B 8

03501-1-0R
529. R-0724100 $543.29
CLECRLEY' BETTY' E L
S S 6 T 6 R 11 SUNSHINE FARMS
(UNRECORDED) LOT 16 5.32 AC
M/L IripF [ rIRLIFD 0AA FR IAI.III IN '
MAP 1.R

03511-010R
-530 R-o07.-In,'0Io HX 4 194 67
HESS DREMA V '
S 6 T 6 R 11 1 AC M/L 10! X
413,15 FT LOT ORB 167/305 AA-
FR WHITTLE, .
MAP* 14B .' -

03593-001-R
531 R-0739600 .$938,74
HARRELL ROBERT C, & MnRYAIlF
BEACON HILL SUBOD PBI 1 PG 2
LOT 13 & STRIP BETWEEN LOT 13 .
& US 98 REC'D. ORB. 76./2? .
MAP *16C .
V i > A


03619-000R.
532 R-0742600
nrl Ir- Fi'llii A F vA IIInui
BrAiUN HIL.1 I IIBU PB
LOT 5 & FRONTAGE TO
ORB 1.94/967 FR BLOUi
1.94/799 QC FR BLOUN
(FOR FuRlFir LEGAL.

0'3646 "0 1'O
5,.3 R--0'46900
WATSON PHILLIP L.,
BEACON HILL SUBD PI
LOTS 7 & 9 .ORB 114.
MONTFORD
BLK 11
MAP* 16C '

03671-OOOR
534 R-0749800
FREEMAN GARY & GLORI
BEACON HILL SUBD PB
LOl 16 ORB 183/7250
ALSOBROOKS
MAP #16C


03685-001R
535 R-0751400 HX
VICKERS LINDA BURTON
BEACON HILL SUBDIVIS
19 ORB 149/876 FR KE
MAP *16C

03706-000R
536 R-0754100
MORGAN ELTON THOMAS
BEACON HILL SUiBD PB
LOT 11 ORB 71/1054
MAP *168B

03733-021R
537 R-0758600
HUDSON EARLEEN
BEACON HILL SUBD PB
LOTS 4, 6 & 8 ORB 20
STEWART
MAP* .16C


03735--050R
538 R-0760200
ATKINSON JR. WILLIAI
BEACON HILL SUBD, PT
LOT 13
ORB 127/790 FR YORK
MAP* 16C

03744-000R .
539 R-0761100
OUIMET JULIE R,
BEACON HILL ESTATES
PB 2 PG 46 LOT
ORB 204/487 FR BENN
MAP* 16B


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
BLK( 3

03773-000R
541 R-0767300 $99.28
WILLIAMS WILLIAM CAREY III &
S 31 T 6 R 11 100 X 100
TRIANGULAR PARCEL IN GOVT LOT
7 ORB 208/939 FR DEW


03782-OOOR
542 R-0768200 $80.31.
POSEY MARION H,
S 31 T 6 R 11 REC'D DBK
20/383
MAP #16C

03798-085R
543 R-0777400 HX $.1,892.67
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 SUBD. PHASE II
LOT 15 ORB 129/146 FR NEWMAN,
ET AL
MAP* 16C

03798--165R
546 P-o /?,i, $256.36
RATHMAN MARLENE CULPEPPER
GUFL AIRE SUB.
LOT 25 ORB 203/260 FR WHITE
MAP* 16C
BLK C

03798-260R
547 R-0782700 H-X $1,014,48
OTWELL TERRY G- & LORI R.
GULF AIRE SUBD, PHASE II LOT
15 ORB 197/593 FR CITIZENS
FEDERAL
MAP* 16C .
BLK. D

03798- .1OR
548 R-0 ( '?,0 ',100 $273;81
DAVIS GEORGE JR', A LAPMLi ITA 8
GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II
LOT 27 ORB 129/1005 FR DUREN
MAP.* 16C
BL V D

03798-405R ,
549" R-4785400 HX $1,191.95
SALZER ROCKER F 'JR'
GULF AIRE SUBD. PHASE II LOT-
16 ORB 141/286-87 FR PEOPLE'S
FIRRf; FIN, SAVINGS & LOAN
ASSI.)C.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

037913-49r0
550 H 07H/1400 .$1 ,i7\ :1
BANNISTER JOHN L. & PATTI B.
GULF AIRE PHASE III UNRECORDED
LOTS 5 & 6 ORB 186/726 FR
MC KAY .
MAP* 16C

03798-673R
551 R-0791700 ~?''-,.99
BLOUNT LINDEN V & CAROL l
S 31 T 6 R11
75 FT US 98 FRONT 187.46. FT
AV DEPTH ORB 167/101 FR GULF
AIRE PROP. IN .
MAP* .. .... 6C

03798-684R.
552 R--79'1i 00 $1,003,.13.
GAFFNEY JOHN U .
S 31 T 6 R 11
BEING UNIT 4 CORAL REEF
1uwilSHiLIsrSi ORB 139/566 CD
-R I'RtE STLEY
MAP* 16C

03798--725R
553 R-0792600 HX $672,08
COPE PHILIP N & LINDA M
GULF AIRE PHASE IV, IINREC
LOT 5 ORB 177/235 FR DIUREN
MAPI 1LA ,
Rl I .

03798-755R
554 R--079.1tO0 $279.05
LrUiS LILYAN FOGIJ
GULF AIRE PHASE IV, UNREC,
LOT 6 ORB 195/61 FR HOWARD
MAP* 160
SBL.K. J


03005-002R ,.
$1 .427.24 555 R-0795900 $2,209.65
.' : WILLIAMS WILLIAM CAREY III &
I PO 2 S 31 T' 6 R 11 6.26 AC M/L
US 98 ORB 206/1577 FR FAISON, TRUSTEE
NT & ORB MAP# 16C
T
SEE 1AX ROLL) 01130A6-0R 2 60
SEE AX RO) P-0797100 $.236.04
PAtRKFR II'ARIIE & FRANCES M
$ 17,99 S 32 T 6 R 11
JR. 316.26 FT ON AMERICUS AVE X
B 1 PG 2 62,54 X 1.54.03 X 266.25 X
/932 FR 158,03 ORB 145/711 FR PARKER
3" F MAP# 16D

0.113OL,0--00:., ,
557 R-0797300C $1,163.93
GRIFFIN RUBYE G.
$68.49 S 31 T 6 R 11 172.55 FT ON US
IA 98 TRIANGULAR LOT 200.72 FT'
1 PG 2 DEEP ORB 91/955 FR JACKII)N
FRI .MAP #16C
03806--495R
BLK .4 558 R-0806700 $266.58
LK 14 LOCKE GWEN E.
SEASHORES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE
$57.79 BEACH UNIT 3 LOT 7
& DAVID P ORB 167/100 FR LEWIS & ORB
ION LOT 180/483 FR LOCKE
NT MAP* 16'D

BLK 16 03806-690R
559 R-081C500 $266.58
$ '25.45 MATINCHECK CHRIS
$125.45 SEA SHORES A/K/A PORT ST. JOE
BEACH UNIT NO. THREE
I PG 2 PB 3 PGS, 34 & 35
LOT 2 ORB 191/967 FR
BLK 18 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
031316-00011
$596.45 510 R-0812300 $713 78
MC GRIFF ANDREW
1 PG 2 S 4 T 7 R 11 14.96 AC M/L
)8/644 FR 480,5 X 1358.43 X 480.1 X
1354.15 ORB 174/752 FR WRIGHT
ESTATE
BLK 25 MAP# 31
03820--010R
$108.00 561 R-0813400 $2,505.21
M M. & LISA SULLIVAN III S. MICHAEL
8 k POG S 5 T 7 R 11 35 FT GULF
SPG 2 FRONT; 190 FT DEPTH BEING N/2
OF ATLANTIC ST END ORB
112/204 FR POOLE
MAP* 17A

$16, 29 03836-000R
562 R-0816300 HX $113.06
UNIT ONE KEEL ROBERT LEE
T 4 YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOT 14 ORB 73/671
MAP 17A


BLK 1


BLK 2


03B69-OOOR
563 R-0820200
RUDE GEORGE T. & FRANC
YON'S ADDITION TO BEAC
N 24 FT OF LOT 2 & ALL
3 ORB 170/726 FR JONE
210/876 FR RUDE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

03894-000R
564 R-0822900
WALL CHARLES D,0.
YON'S ADDITION TO BEAC
LOT 5 ORB 86/94 A OF A
MAP *17A


03899-050R
565 R-0823700 1X
CHORBIN MARGARET MARTIN
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON
S 50 FT LOTS 12,13
ORB 172/376 QC FR WII..S
MAP* 17A

390o-000oR
566 R-0823800 .
ATCHISON EARL TET AL
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACI
SE 61 FT OF LOT 19 C l..
NW 85 FT OF LOT 8 (BLK<
122/339-40 FR EST, OF
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

03905-000R
567 R--0824500
FIRST UNION NATIONAL. B
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON
LOT .1.6 ORB 214/726 CT
MAP* 17A


03906-001 R
568 R-0824700
SPURLIN NEAL ET UX
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON
LOT 19 & SW'LY 1/2 OF I.
ORB 86/773
MAP *17A


03924-000R
569 R-0827(20( '
MONODO (Jl LV UIER '
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACr
LOT 1 ORB 193/760 FR C;
A. LOT 3 & PORT. OF ALLE
VACATED BY CO, RESOLUTE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

03941-000R ,
570 R-0829200
HODGE DOROTHY RO5E M,.1 I
YON 'S ADDITION TI1 RIFAl-fI
LOT 1 ORB 177/6.A F9 n
MAP *17A


T0:j46-00 R
571 R-0829800'
GRIFFIN RUBYE G,.
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACOI
LOT 19 ORB 93/1100 I-- M
ET AL & PORTION OF VACA
ALlEY RES 96-33
0F OR FURTHER LEGAL SEE

03951-000R
572 R-0830500
SMITH WILLIAM COLEMAN
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON
LOT 8 & 25' PORTION VAC
IN ALLEY RES 96-33
MAP *17A


03976-350R
573 R-0836400
BESS GREGORY & BRENDA M
S 5 T 7S R 11W .389 Al
60.12 FT GULF FRONT il.t
LOT 7 ORB 187/580 FR G(
MAP 17A

Co.:' 2:' '.iOOP :'
574 R-08:19200 "
HALLBERG JOHN E, & EDRA
S 5 T 6 P 11 14 FT GULF
I-RIIlR I i EIHG 0 lIN I 10;
ORB 199/788 FR ARNOLD
MAP* 17A
'
03o9 /-00tiR
5, R-OfI40(n(,O HX $
HILL R EDWARD & SUSAN F
S 5 T 7. R 11 r'FPIFL BEING
FORMERLY LOTS & 1 & PO
OF GEORGIA CYF'PPES STS
1 PORT .ST. JOE BEACH UNI
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE .T


04101--045R


$1,034.54 585 R-0857800 $231.67
ES H. HOWAIlRD JOSEPH HI &. RALPH UW,
ON HILL .. PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, '
OF LOT (FORMER) LOT 9
S & ORB ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT a&
COSTING
TAX ROLL..) (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE:TAX ROLL)

04102-005R
$579.72 586 R-0857900 $231,67
HOWARD JOSEPH H.. ,& RALPH W,
ON HILL. PORT ST. ,JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2 ,
(FORMER) LOT. 1
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &a
BLI( S COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE:E: TAX ROLL.)

$311.95 04102--010R.
.. 587 R-0858000 $231; 67
ON HIL HOWARD iJOSEPH .-I, RALPH W,
O PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT NO, I 2,
ON (FORMER) LOT 2
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COSTING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TAX ROLL)
$24432
04102-01R .:
ON HI.LL. gSB R-0858:1.00 $231.67'
K 1'6) -.' R H1OWARD JOSEPH H, & RAI PH W;
7) OR ,/, PORT ST JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
JlEAN (FORMER) LOT 3
TAX RDLI..) RE 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COSTN 1' :
.. (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL...)
$877.53 "- .
ANK ,' 04102-'020R .: : .
IN 1HI.. 5L159 R1-08158200 $231 67.
FR CL(:AEK1 -HOWARD JOSEPH -H, & RALPH' .
,S PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2,
BLK 9 (FORMER) LOT 4
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ I lI. FtIM ,&F ,I
COISTIN -
$95,73 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL ,SEE TAX ROLL)

IN HILL,. ; 04102-025R ,
.OT 1.8 590 R-.085B300'". $231 67.
Y ",[.HOWARD JOSEPH H,. RALPH .
PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
BLK 9 (FORMER) LOT 5 '
I ., 1 :2"7/64 FR TBJ I HVI :t1 M TI ,&..
I.II',F r | i n- .*" "
$3,28(0),8'01 .LU LLWFLLUMLTIJIR FLAi SEE_ TAX RULL)

IN HILL .i 04102-030R ,
:ASSANI'i 591. R ( '0-,.1400 31.67
K y II'I : nUWARD JOSEPH H. %O RALPH W.
ON 77--2, PI-IR ST: JOE BEACH UNIT'NO, '2
TAX ROLL) (FORMER) LOT 6'
"'. I' ORBL207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
A COSTIN" . :,
$568,40 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEETAX ROLL)

l i ,.I 04102-035R.; ,. .... .
(I LIl l 5922 R-0858500 !*. % 231.67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH. i- -i:'.
TLXK 1,3 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT. NO 2
(FORMER) LOT 7-
O' B 207//64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &.
$222.94 CO l NIN I' .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEC TAX ROLL)
N HILL..
[I F I 04102--04:0R -
ITED' 593 R-0858600 $231.,67
HOWARD JOSEPH H, & RALPIH", '"
TAX ROLL) PORT ST, JOE BEACH LINIT NO, 2
(FORMER) LOT
MORB 207/64 FR TB4J JVESrMENr &
$222.9.4 COSTIN ..
(FOR FURTHER LFDAI SEE TAX ROLL).
N HILL ..
CATED 04102-045R
594 R-0858700 $231.67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPHw U,
:BLK.< 14. 'PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT NO., 2
.(FORMER) L T: 9 : "
$4,488." A ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &"
COSTIN
., (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


I r, .
OSS



i .








$1 ,013.26

IRTIO(N
11 rif' 'O


IT NO, ,
FAX ROLL)


03987-0508R
576 R-0840100 1-IX $796,96
GREEN PAUL ...VIRGINIA
S 5 T 7 P 1. il AC ,M/L.
125 FT Lor OU DOAK ST; 213,01
FT AV DEPTH & ORB 160/4.57
(,.22 AC) .FR COSTING
MAP# 17A


04005-0O00R
1577 R-0043600 Ili 55 ",
U L I r O r rlnMAC D & I PE i 'L


H L1 N IUI l & l (L L, -
PORT ST. JUE BEACH UN[IT NO,: 1.
LOT 2 ORB 186/995 AA -rR
DESKINS EST.
MAP #17A
BI-K, BL 6

04006-OIR
57R R-00431fO0 IIX .1,
CRUCKER MICHAEL 0 & HEL'I I. Y A
PORT ST. JOE REACH UNIT NO', D "'
LOT 15 ORB 163/74 AA FR -
REVELL '
MAP 17A
'BLK 6

04014-0-OR .
579 R-O 4l42A' $797,42
HOBSON ROBERI M, & REBA .B,
PORT ST JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 1 '
LOT 4 ORB 190/55 FR BAXLEY
MAP* .17A
l: 7

04050-00OR ,
580 R-0849900 H-IX $247 1q
WOOD CARL.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1l
LOTS 2 & 4
MAP 017A
BL.I i'

04084--000R
581 R n-00A00 HX $242.03
TOOLE *IIi IL LA I1 '
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, "
LOT 6 ORB 169/515 FR WRIGHT
MAP *17A
BL.K 16.

04099-011R
582 R-0856800 HX $226,06
HALL ERLINE A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH .UNIT NO, 2
LOT 10 &a 12
& ORB 149/393 FR COSTING & ORB
166/854 FR GIBSON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAXR'OL..L)

04101-005R
583 R-0857500 $231,67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH W,
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 1
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT a&
COSTING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04101-035R
584 R-0857700 $231 ,67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH U.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER-) LOT 7
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &X
COSTING
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


04102-050R
595 R-0858S00 $231.67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. &- RALPH W. ,
"POWAtTT. JOEE BSIACM-UNaT NO. 2.
(FORMER) LOT '10 O .'. ,' .
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ iHlVEniENT &
COSTIN
(FOR ril'PlIIPI LEGAL '.FE TAx POI L)

04118-00OR
596 R-0'860(30) 0HX o. 53
HOWARD JOSEPH H a, JUDITTH I'
PORT ST. JOE-BEACH ,UNIT NOU. 2
LOTS 7 0. 9 ;ORB 142,'.?52 FR
SMITH '-.: ,
MAPi 17A '
BIL..'KK 24 2


4 1 :'6-0 1 R ')1
S ,97 P- <,AA/,0Ioo HX '-"' $11.9..16
AF'UtJn 11 0 I a. IIlIA i l B .
PORT ST. JE nrnACL- FUill NO 2
LOT 13 ORB *141.1/399 9R rNOBLES
MAP .:017A < ,:: .. : .
:LK .25.\

04140-0001' 'i
598 R-0863200 -HX $212.48
HIll 11 T1 1111 0.' 11 II. ,F El O I SE Si i, ;
lII l I I l Hi-f "iAUi I I I t0 ., 2
LOTS 1 & 3 IIR'1 ]0,.,80 It !.
ARNOLD F';S S'U 60 FT OF LOT'
3 P n I 1i 4 .'" FR"' WILUIAMS' I
(FOR fi I t P I.P LEGAL SEE '1AXW ROLL)

04145-002R- ,
599 R-0864300 :. 1 :45.79
. BRhNSON STEVE EV'& 1" .
PORT ST, ,JOE BEACH UNIr,'T ,
49,99 X 110 F'T PORTION OF ,
LOTS 14 A i 1 (BNAEIN LOT' 2 OF ,
AN UNREC "SUBID, ) ,' .,, ,
(FOR I IH R1I F I| LEGAL. SEE: 'TAX ROLL)

04145-005R
60.0 R-0864600 HX '$22.,17
0'G LS`ON JAMES I A, I0 LCIill
PORT ST. JOEJF.,.H UNIT .'
NE/2 0. LUI 16' (BEING LOT 5:
OF AN 11t i ,m 11 nII> tnrI : '
1.:l.6/5:2 -'".- : ,',fn I IP F-F FFt i&P17
(FOiR 1 iIInF r LEGAL SEE TrXP RnI L

04160-000R
601. R-0866900 $493,48
'RICHTER BILLY R 1-MARTHA C,'
PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT) NOD, 2
LOT' 9 ORB 136/843 "FR.ALABAMA;
ll1: Il l. CO IN "
MAP4 1.7A
BLK 32
04179--00OR .
, 602 R-0870200 6 3,79
HACKENBRACHT LIFAIR ILE '
PORT ST JOE m-rAl -l Iit F I, NO. 2'
LOUTS 12, 1. &5 1,6 .
MAP *1.7A : ., ,


.BLK 35.
04186-0031R.
603 R-0871300 -IX $203.99
HOLLAND EVELYN
.- PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
' LOT 4 ORB 182/50' FR GREEN
MAP 017A o -
BLK 37

041901-.-06001
604 R-0872700 $179.32
ESTES ROBERT S & GLORIA
POR ST JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMERLY) LOT 4
O'RB 141/162 FR COSTIN "
MAP* 17A
'" BLK 40

04204-05R '
605 R-0874500 HX-IX $546.53
MC CARY THERESA T,.
PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
LOT 6 ORB 113/685 FR STOVER
HAP417A
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 *1.7A
BLK 45


04341-000OR
615 R-0097700 -HX
WELCH LINDA KAY'
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1
15 & W/2 OF LOT 14
FR HAYDEN
MAP *49B


$450.73

PG 22 LOT


ORB 14


44/328


BLKI B


04361--000R
616. R-0898500 $1.00.78
WOOD TAMELA-L.,
HIGHLAND VIEW,PB I PG 22 E 56
FT OF LOT 14 a. 11: LESS S 30
FT ,OF 11. Ri1-Nil THE OLD STORF
BLDG ORB 83/1122 &. LESS 601
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04371-000R
617 R-0899400 $9'?;.99
WOOD CARL DAVID
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS
E 100 FT X 140 FT.OF LOT 4
ORB 198B/797 FR HFNRY & <1R1
204/56' QC FR uOnfmll
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROIL)

044(1.. 0)08
/i I R- 0902-o,0') $280 55
['IIiMO AUt.iI T 4 r.1 R IA -
LIA)VIEU HEIGHTS PB 1 PG 26.
LOT 11 .
ORB 198/142 FR CITIZENS:
FEDERAL.
(I OR FURTHER LEGAL' SEE TAX ROLL)

04539--030R
619 R-091L200 $4,363.46
UfLLIAMS JAY FRANKLIN JR ,
S 27 1 7 R 11 .594 AC M/L 225
FT US 98 FRONT, 115 FT DEPTH
[IRBI 154/611 FR VIZCARRA
MAP#* 33A '

04539-100R
460 R-0915700 $4,211.01
IHEAN GEORGE J SR & SHARON S
S 27 T 7,R 11. .921 AC M/L. 300
FT TRIANG. PARCEL ON VITORIA
AVE 282 FT DEPTH ORB ,159/749
FR FREEMAN
MAP* 49B

04598-000R
621' R-0925600 $306,07
BUIE JAMES
ST. JOE"HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 P
35 LOT 1
MAP *50A
BLK A
04623--OOOR
622 R-0928200 HA $233.16
EVANS ANGELA &"
ST, JOE.HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 E/2 OF LOT 24 & E/2 OF LOT
26
MAP,50A# ,
BLK A
04635-050R
623 R-0929400 HX $259.086
WHITAKER LINDA G,.
ST, JOE HEIGHTS SUBD, PB 1 PG
35 LOT 7 ORB 119/329 FR
LOWERY
MAP*# 50A
LK B
04638-000R
624 R-0929600 $180.43
BEACHUM CLEVELAND JR.
ST, JOE HEIGHTS SUB0 PB 1 PG
35 S/2 OF LOT 10 ORB 128/879
MAP *50A
BI.K B
04640--OOOR
625 R-0929900 $767.85
MC KELVY POLLY, HEIRS OF
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 20
MAP *50A


04644--000R OOR
626 R-0930300 HX
SMITH VIOLA
ST, JOE HEIGHTS SUBD
35 LOT 26 ORB 89/788
HURL BUT
MAP 50A


04648-OOR
627 R--0930600
ANDREWS DAVID A. &
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
& 13 ORB 214/576 FR
MAP *50A


PB 1
FR


BLK B


$103.52

PG


BLK B


$3,060.41

LOTS 11
HENDERSON

BLK 3


04649-OOOR
628 R-0930700 $861.95
BOYER 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)

04669-000
629 R-0932700 $590.00
TULL DARRELL & RHONDA
CITY CF PORT ST. JOE LOT 16
ORB 218/771 FR COSTING
MAP *50A
BL.CK 8


04216-001R
607 R-0878600 $177,82
BUTLER DWIGHT L. & DEBRA B.
PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 14 ORB 120/859 FR SHOAF
MAP* 17A
BLK 46

04216-002R
608 R-0878700 $368.82
BUTLER DWIGHT L. & DEBRA B.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 15 ORB 113/83 FR COSTING
MAP* 17A
BLK 46

04222-006R
609 R-0880400 HX $334.89
STRICKLAND STACY B & LAURA L
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
LOT 13 ORB 168/361 'AGREEMENT
FR COSTIN (& TBJ & ORB 188/574
AD FR COSTIN &a TBJ
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04243--O0OR
610 R--0883900 $3,,390.77
GREEN ROBERT & WILLIAM
S 16 T 7 R 11
56,19 FT GULF FRONT; BEING
'w.11 1 'B' ORB 191/969 FR
NtEUWMAN
MAP# 32B

04249-050R
611 R-0885100 $4,363,18
GREEN ROBERT & WILLIAM
S 16 T 7 R 11 87,13 FT GULF
FRONT 262 FT AV DEPTH
ORB 198/429 FR NEWMAN
MAP# 32B


61 :' R- 011..4VO" $575.43
KIRBY STEPHEN E & DEBORAH M
ST, JOSEPH SHORES SUBD PB 1
PG 36 S 10 FT OF LOT 33 .N 40
FT III Lor 4 BEING 50 X 110 FTi
LOT ORB 141/706 FR HARRISUN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL' SEE TAX ROLL)

04-'7:3 -1451?
613 R-0890200 $166.02
LYLE MICHAEL A. & LINDA
BAY BREEZE SUB PB 3 PG 45
LOT 9 ORB 211/311 FR RISH .
MAP* 4911

04340-000R
'614 R-0897600 1A.'., 07
UICH L [NDA KAY
HIGHLAND VIEU PB 1 PG 22
LOTS 12 & 13 ORB 144/328 FR
HAYDEN
MAI' 49B
BLK B


04898--001R .. .
638 R0965300 HX $165.13
THURSDAY UT[I TAM P. a& TERESA A .
CITY OF PORT '-1 JOE LOT 22 &,
E/2 OF LOT 20
ORB 181/988 FR HOGAN
MAP *50A
SBLK 37

04899-004R
639 R-0965-600 HX $114,09
WUURTHINFIUTN fJ MARY ..
CITY OF PURT SI JOE LOT 17 &;..
W/2 OF LOT 19 ORB 87/874
MAP *50A
BLK 37

04899-00OR
640 R-0965700 HX $218,61
LITTLE PAMELA ZOSKI
CiTY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 23'
ORB 185/33 FR BOYER
MAP*# 50A
BLK 37'

04913-OOOR ''
641 R-0967100 HX $424.47
HARRISON DIANNA W
CITY OF PORT ST. JOF LOT 1 &
N'LY 15 :FT OF LOT 2 ORB
172/999 FR BURGE
MAP* 50A
BLK 39

04923-OOOR
642 R-0968500 HX $707.49
QUINTANA MICHELLE RENEE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 8 .
ORB 204/357 FR LETTER
MAP #50A
BLK 40


04947-00OR8
643 "-R-0970900 H-X $438.05
BODDYE RICHARD
CITY OF PORT ST. .JO'E S 100 FT
OF E 46 FT OF LOT 27 & S 100
FT OF LOT 29 ORB 170/272 FR
PARKER & ORB 195/932 QC FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04974-OOOR
644 R-0973600 HX $265.30
MARLOWE MELISSA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 25 &
E/2 OF LOT 23
ORB 214/903 FR JAMERSON
MAP* 5L0A
B BLK ,42-

04994--OOOR
645 R-0975700 HIX $524,59
(BORIEN WALLACE DALE & KAREN A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 15
ORB 193/1014 FR FALISKI'
MAP *50A
S. BLK( 43

04998-000OR
646 R-0976100 HX $611.97
GILBERT WI..LLARD PAUL ET AL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 19
ORB 199/985 FR MC DERMOTT
MAP *50A
BLI( 43

05004-023R
647 R-0976900 HX $833.39
WILLIAMS FRANKIE & l-1M
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 23 & S. 26 FT OF LOT 22
ORB 118/374-75 FR ST. JOE
FOREST PRODUCTS & N/2 LOT 24
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


05024-OOOR
648 R-0979900 $1,110.92
MARLOWE MELISSA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 9 &
E/2 OF LOT 7 ORB 209/582 FR
QUARLES
MAP.*50A
BL.K 46


05027-000R
649 R-0980200 $520", 07
SMITH JOHN A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 19
ORB 164/929 FR SMITH
MAP *50A
BLK 46

05030-00OR
650 R-0980500 $0 657,06
MARLOWE MELISSA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 24 &
12.5 FT OFF ADJ LOT 26
01RB 214/455 FR TANKERS. I.Y
MAPF 50A
BLK 46

05033--000R
651. R-09808100 $543,03
EARLEY B, PHILL IP
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 25, ORB 115/275-6
FR DAFFIN, LESS W 6 FT ORDL
131/906 TO GRIFFIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAl.. SE: TAX ROILI. )


04705-000R
630 R-0936200 $82.00
SHEFFIELD JACKIE EARL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ALL OF
FRACTIONAL BLOCK
ORB 191/220 WC FR SHEFFIELD &
ORB 191/248 FR SHEFFIELD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL...)

04746-000R
631 R-0941100 $1,090.61
SEIFERT FRANK J. & DONNA M.
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE LOTS 7,
9 & 11 ORB 189/332 FR
CAMPBELL & SUMNER
MAP* 50A
BLI< 18

04805-000R
632 R-0949100 $1,390.93
ST. JOSEPH BAY CONSTRUCTION
CITY OF PORT ST.; JOE
LOT 11 ORB 117/687-88 FR
QUARLES
MAPY. 50A
BLKI( 24

048A10-00OR
633 R-0949600 $800,08
BUTLER UUFllIT L. & DEBBIE B.
CITY OF PIll'I ST, JOE LOT 2,4
ORB 133/389 & ORB 133/390 FR
SMITH (BEING ACTIVE STYLES
BEAUTY SHOP)
(FOR I I.IR 1IF LEGAL SEE: TAX ROLL?

04824-000R
/,'4 1 on ('-if')0 HX $307.,0
H1AIlll (1u11 .I [: & CAROL I
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 24
& 26 ORB 149/883-884 FR
LEHARDY & ORB 158/483 FR
HARMS & ORB 177/284 CD FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04876--000R '
635 R-0962900 HX $1003,90
BLACK RICHARD .W & BARBARA J
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE N/2 OF
LOT 16 ORB 170/468 FR BRINSON
MAP *50A.
BLK 36

04886-0001R
636 R-0964000 $419.50
SE-A OATS TRUST,
CITY. OF PORT ST, JOE LOT 27 &
E/2 OF E/2 OF LOT 25 ORB
'109/265 FR CHILDS
MAP* 50A '
IBtLK 36 .

04890-000R
637 R-0964400 $721.03
TANKERSLEY JAMES
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE LOT 7 & '
E/2 OF LOT 5
MAP *50A
BLK ,3'













05042-0OOR
652 R-0981.800 HX $176 16
COMBS RICHARD M & CHERYL ANN
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 311
ORB 151/198 FR COMBS & UORN
170/369 FR COMBS,
MAP *50A
.BLK 47
05043 -00O
653 R-098:1900 HX $'21B.07
LAUDER HARRY IV & BARBARA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 12 6&
W/2 OF LOT 14 ORB 100/386 FFR
LUNDY
MAP* SOA 0
SBDLK 47


05048-000R
654 R-0982400 HX
SMITH CHARLES U. & POLL'
CITY OF PORT ST', JOE LOl
ORB 176/149
MAP *50A


05049-000R
655 R--0982500
LAWDER HARRY IV & BARBAR
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE. LO'
ORB 188/903 FR CHRISTIE
MAP 50A


05056-050R
656 R-0984200(
KILBOURN MARK & MELISSA
CITY OF PORT ST, 'JOE
LOT 2 ORB 214/86 FR FO
ESTATE
MAP 50A
BLKI 4

05091-00OR
657 R.-0988400 .
SENATOR rARE PtI)Fr RT I F-,
rIIY IFr PORT ST. DJOE
ALL ALF I: '7 BEING 'A 320(
Fl RI-:CF L riPR 184/362 FR
MAP 50A

05106-00OR
658 P '-'V'H-'/''' :
BROOKS JAMES R JR & MARY
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE Inil
17 & U/2.OF '19
ORB 156/554 .i r, r 1 il II
1i16 H i /'r.' l.'.,2 F I i m Ii Flr.I lil
(' i lI IrliP [Ill II r .,,- |I:F I

05150--OOR .
659 R-0994200 FX
MAYS THOMAS G &
CITY OF PORT ST, iL Llli
7 ORB 177/155 .FR rr ir ni'
MAP *500 .


05170-000
660 R-0996200 HX $465,87
BAR I V11i IAI' Dl'.ITEL & LINDA LO L.
CITY OF PI2,,1 r1 JOE: LOT 9
ORB 205/190 FR HOWARD
MAP' *500
BLK 63,

05185-0001'
661 R-0997700 11X $402, 66
THURSBAY DONNA R. & EARNEST
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE LOT 9,
ORB 183/609 FR RAFFIELD
MAP *500 .
.BLK AS

05218-OOOR
662 R-1001200 HX $861.41
ADAMS LAURA H,.
CITY OF. PORT ST. JOE LOT 25,
LESS N 20 FT & LOT 24 '
ORB 207/764 FR NIX
MAP *500 .
SLK 60

05219-OHO .
663 P-j 0 ('O _'..-(. HX ,;r. -.
RiB'Ti'INOI PiLilAI. rl L. &.M6.PII.I' E
CITY OF F'ip RT I 1 JOE tiL 1,
ORB 173/158 FR DAVIDSON
MAP *500 i,.;
: '. I ll ".,

05236-050 R .
664. R-I O.'-11. I r .
EARLY E r'lilli LiP F. I -FIllIRAII M
CITY OF F'lrPTr JIJi.
trlTh, 4 ,- ,, .
ORB 194/669? .D[ P i. l.'iSili LIF(';
S 10 .FT 1-ol :; IPO 2'". III
:(FOR FURFI-IElP i 1:',. '-,1:1 IAX PULl.)

05250-000R
665 R-10 ',7 '$867,(06
MARLIJUI MEL ';A .
SI. JOSEPH AiDl]rTltli UNIT NO
1 LE Tr I, 01 0Rt O .'I.,'1' FR NIX
& JOHNSON
MAP* 50D.
BLK 76


05269-000R
666. R-1007700, HX
[iPRELL 1: All EY L &
ST. .IOSEPFH AfJrlTION
1 LOT 8 ORB 1.50/420
BI.iRNE IT IF
MAP* 5013


$71.,76
TRINA R.
UNIT NO., .
FR


BLK 77


05286-6000R
667 R-1009400 IHX. $40'0,
CUMBIE JAMES U, .JR. & SALLY AN
ST.' JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOTS 1 & 2 ORB1 : 136/452 FR
HAMBY
MAP 50A
BLK '


O".."07-0(00 I?
.,#,r 0 010/ 1 .' "
.,,OM.U' N lp -t ..l
F; i' M ON',i ,I Ai'i ., .'* i qnlr W
31' li' fii n :; I'll ii i 1fIN UNIT, NO,
1. LOTS 12,' 13 &.,S/2 OF I, Tr 11 ,
11 ORB :09.'6 '.' FR. SIMMO(NS ,'N. ilt
218//219 1i1 I R SIMMONS .'
(FOR fiIRrIIFP. LE A.L SEE TAX, Rl:ii l)



669 R-101.0100 HX $63,86
WOOD NELSON GREGORY
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
1 LOT 14'ORB,176/89 FR WOOD'
& ORB 218/917 QC FR WOOD
MAP *50l'
., BLK "78


05313-000R
670 R-1012100 HX $239.30
RICHARDSON WALTER ALAN &'
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
.1 I.OTS. 10 & 11
ORB 189/320 FR RICHARDSON
MAP *500
BLK 79

05364-OOOR
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


05376-000R1
.672 R-1018400 H-IX 14,4 .26
POWELL JAMES P, & TAMMY T.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOT. 1 1ORB 118/1045 FR GAY
MAP #500
IBLK 05

053(35-000R
673 R-1019300 $1,639,32
MURNAN JOHN P. & WENDY R,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,'
1 LOT 10 & U/2 OIF LOT 4.1
ORB 205/923 FR JONES & ORB1
212/451 FR' MURNAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)..)


05391-000R
674 R--1019900 HX $78'
HOUSE KIMBERLEY H.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.,
1 LOT 19 & N/2 OF LOT 10
ORD 184/543 FR SWATTS JR,
MAP *500


05694--OOOR
0 .13 696 R-1072100 $60
DUKES LENA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 22 ORB 183/788 FR BEWEY
HEIRS
MAP *50B


BLK 85 BLK :

05392--OOOR 0570 1-00 OR
675 R-1020000 HX $152.24 697 R-1073000 HA $,
NELSON EULON WAYNE ET UX PITTMAN AMOS SR.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT ND, CITY OF PORT ST, JOE ORIG,
1 LOTS 20 & 21 LOTS 30 & 32 ORB 98/907 FR
MAP *500B PETERS
BLK 85 MAP #50B


05453-000OR
$83.1 i 676 R-1027800 $182.40
Y FH, DYKES (3, C,
T 19 ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
2 LOT 23 ORB 98/535 AGREEMENT
FR MORRIS
BLK 47 MAP@ 50D
BLK 89

$666.83 05461-012R
RA 677 R-1028700 HX $993.50
T 2.1 MELI-WISCHMAN PATRICIA.
ST. JOSEPH.ADDITION UNIT NO,. 2
LOT 7
BLK 47 ORB 204/530 FR GOEBERT
MAP* 500 &6 68C
BLK 90.,
$747,39
K 05462--000R
67(8 R--1030000 HX $420.07
ORD BRAGDON GLORIA J.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION'UNIT NO. 2
LOT 20 ORB 196/921 FR BRAGODON
40 BLK 90
MAP* 50 & 68C

t2,044.26 05463-000R
679 R-1030100 HX $871,.57
STUMP DAVID E. &. PENNY..R,
X 420 '1 ..llIFPlI' AJ[UDITION tINll NO,
KARCHN IlTF .'l .RI B in '/.,R FR
: I I ,
MAP +500 t, C
SBL.K1 90<
698., :19 .
*R 05R519-o00OR
680 R-- i.1l'i 1 ,029.65
SRHF IPl il I'll I.' [I:VY Ilihr
rn r.T. l ,l' l A[ II I II0N NIT N l, .
l 1. 11 [, i /, ^ '& ~ I
," r.ir.I) ORB .' 6 06 F P MFlUIIJU
MAP* Oi '
MAP4 e60LK 94
>"658. '94 O~555 -oCR
S, 1 -.R- i i '...' li, 1$7:1.7 64
j 5 & RAY J111111 L nIf AI.I.ARE I E ,
l ST. .11.r Fl-i ADDITION UNIT, NO ,
7 LOT.:.1 ORB. 113/49 FR FOIX ,
B LK 61 MAP #50D


S05591-005'R
682' R-1044200 HX
WUjOOD RONNIE. K.& l. *IAMl I iA
ST. JCOSEPH ADDITION UIN:i
9 LIT :12 ORB 1V33/355 .FR
MAP *50D %: -


05598-002R
683 R-:I'4 ,-. 1 HX
WHITE SUSAN E...
ST. -J111FH1 ADDITION
7 L.or 1 ur111 6/366 F
JOE M .,1 0 l ', ir'.'. CO,
I l' 111 '


.1. 1- ["- 1 4,, 1 1 ,
3iIi 1'2 I _mii1 ',ill'Ill i- I 6
-.1 Il' '. I'I AlIll I I [lit iL UN:I
Si Ill II i i 'S 65 F
Ti I .AP[ I IT


I ii 1 Ii .'. I ,. l' '


, I i ll I I; I. I I

i i' i I I I1


UINT


i< iR ( 0


S1.429'.7,4
"L; 'L' r


05706-000R
698 R-1073600 HX $97
PETERSON CARLA J
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 6 ORB 169/545 FR DANIELS
MAP* 50A
BLK 1002

05715-000R
699 'R-1074600 $79
BAWSON JESSE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOT 17
MAP *50A
BLK 1.00:

C05716-000 R
700 R-1074700 $81
nAVIS ROSA L,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 18 ORB 120/523 FR LANGTON
/JACKSON (LIFE ESTATE RES,)
MAP* 5A
: BLK 1002

05722-000R
701 R-1075600 t.H's.
ROUSE. KEVIN R.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 29 & '31
O0RB 2:11/427 FR WS .
MIAP 5()A .. ,
BL K 19002


o ';7/6-, 00rI ;
/(I" R OH 1400 1
.iIN ERUIJJIII U llI IF. R,
1:11 I F PUIRI 1;I. JILF ir 111.
L1{IS 141, 16, 18, W/2 LOT 2
.iIM[ F1I/7l I & I Ef;S F/7
11 20 O Wn 14'3/531 III NM
(I UHN ilRTIIF R L[ IF Al '3FI: T AX

('17///. -O'OR
/03 R- lon,00o HX I
Mll.I.rR IN A ,
1:IT1 fF PORT ST. JOE LOI
t. E1/2 LRT 20 ORB 143/531
IINDERUOOD & ORB 146/918 F1
UNDERWOOD, ,
CFOR FURTHrE.R LEGAL SEE TAX


:1T NOI
R "DAVVIS 057H9-001R
704 R-1003400 ,
BLi( 1,09 STEPP. CHARLES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE 0RI0f,
L "' L' "-LOT 5 : .. '
$349.77 MAP. 50A: ,


rT. M'N


.. .. r. 05791-00OR
AP 500 705 R t031,00 '
SMJRNINU BEN
.BLK 111. r:IiTY [IF PORT ST-. JOE ORIG.
S, LOT 8
MAP *50A


$1,532..23


T 05795-OOR
T NOT. 706 R- 10840C' $1 '79.94
FT'T I 3"n0TION QUINN CORA LEE EST.
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE ORIG. : .
,1 i 1.1 H. /.'? OF L1i 12
MAP *50A


i.." 0)
1i.;,i r 05800-000R .
I 'till 7 7 167 '- 0T)'45"00'0 FIX
I lItiln' JONES COLORADO HILL ET
CITY OF, PORT ST. JOE C
RI V I I". L]T 16
MAP #50A


O't',',-.,! ')0> I Il
6,tR6 P- I ,../u)"0 II> '1 ,14,'<' 0
cIn I- I rfl.i lli f P I f ILI PAH M.
L._T j 'll-l :fi-i I1111 I 1I[ IJt ) 1 1 NI0 ).
; 1 I :1 [ T I 2 I-IF 1. 1 1 .
DIl I I I A ll rL I.)UI?LI 9RPll.J' 9 ', I''L;-
I H I i /I Itit il Ilu.I II'l LANID ? .
tf rr iF F iiil l.i i r.iril '.EFE IAX R L l'i

056 '-1 O .
687 P- i,,I.l'.'1 $31, 6<) "n
P'I LI I 1L H- IOS 'IAI_- INC,
5T JOSEPH tiCU[I[I TII LIN I ND .
9 LOT :1.2 2,1-3 lI MN/ I lRl Nil
GULF PINES HOSPITAL 'ORB. E ,
'.'i., -'--?9'-' FR PROVIDENT :.,
(ri,.' l liPi-i P LEGAL r. 10Y ROLL)


05648--000R ,
...Ill 0- I,. '290" ,Xo : I I ,680.95
I.U 11illl J.IMES J. & SUSAN M. .
:.i I 111,.F P r i l Ii i I[iIl I. I T f rll. .
9 LO.T 20 OR I /.'",: I R I ;MI lIl

i I.. BLK LiS

0', 6. .l0 0 ,,IR 1?
6 -' I l.';. I : '.' $1 ,035,;37
S I tlN i'-_ rulllll I.
i; j.i Pt. H i'll [ Iillr IJ N I 1 '1
' I I ':' I l? 1 :, .' 'Y i F IR
(i E IE ill.il Z 014i .'06/1 ., WC r
GA iNNC I C
(r[ i1K Fl illfl R I. FITAI SEE AY ROIL )


.611 I I .I Q -( I



9 IELC 1,FI'I I. Rl


05674-001OR ." ;
691 R' 0 i-,.=i ,. 14-X $861 .41
RI-101'1i S tI'ii R J I I I "1
ST. JOS.EPH ADDITION UNIT NO!
9. IOT 6 OR1 2.11/441 F. R
W.UALDOING
MAP *5(D '
1 B... K 122


05681-46511
692 R-10 :69800 HX .
POPE .TIMOTHY 0 & SANDRA J
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT N
12 LOT 19 ORB 177/374 'FR &
CO.,
MAP* 50D .11
SBL

05690-00R
693 R-1071600
GANT ERNEST ET AL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOTS 17 & LESS ORB 202/202
TO GANT
MAP *'(OB
BLK

05690-050R .
694 R.-1071700 'I
GANT EARNEST & O(1.0RIA IL.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOT 19 ORB 202/282' QC FR
GANT E:T Al .
MAP* 50B:
BLIK 1


695 R- 107.1900"
CHIL.IS RUTH
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE BRIG.
LOT 20 ORB 9A6, '.,4-478 QC F
I,I'q;IlIN' F. .i',TRBIFIT ORB 96/0
a t1 imI tllli Ii ET Al..
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX


BLK 1006


05913--000R
4 46 718 R-1096900 HX
DAWSON DARION A, & OWE
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT 1.
33 LOT 16 ORIB 11.5/,105
PETERS
MAP *4901
01
05923-000IR
719 R-1097900 HX
,73 N:1:CKSON DONALD M. & J.
MILLVIEU ADON UNIT NO
:i'OS 46 & 47 ILO.TS 1.6 &
96/534 FR PETERS E :
MAP 490
)1.
05925-000R,
720 R-1098200 HX
.12 BIRYANT WILI...IE & MARY
MI.ILV..IE: ADON I.N:T" NOT :
PUS 46 & 47 LOTS 20,
V 26 ORB 1 30/13637 FR
MAP *490


05931-0001R
1.74 2"- R-1098000 HIA
[illnNf CECIL R. & CONNI
MILLVIEW ADON UNIT NO
POS 46 & 47 LOTS 8 & 1
ORB 135/460-61 FR EST,
2 APMANDA.BOUNE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEIE

.24 (o'j'1O 0> ,i'l

LAMAR .ll 'H Ih Till!il[iF R, ET
MILLVi.'i ARUi NIr i l"j l I NO
I' l .l 1 ,*. 1" I III .' I 0 1R
S .- DUURIT ESTATE
MAP ,1,9It


I. O'369-OOOR
723 R-1102600
SIMS DAN E:ST., (C/: MARY
Mill I UIF LI ADDITION if" i
S I'll 1 i 6 & 47. L., II
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I M Hf III U l I III E..
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06007 00,1',
315, 9'y 72' R- I i .- ,'. IIXk
L L[ IF Y R if II. MI l N.11
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I FR Lor 0 1.1 J 1.11i1' I OT' I1.
R > P1.I 46 1. 47
MAPI 50-h0
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06014--OOOR
$79,74 726 R-11'07000 1-IX
MC GEE DELORES M
MILLV(EU A [n ITll N IIN ll
LOT 24 PB t PGS 4'6 A 4
ORB 154/37 FR BRYANT
('A6. MAPt 5)A


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$79.,74 06015-o ))OR
7:'7 R 1 107100 HX .
BELL TISHIA L'., ....
MILL'JVTEU ADDITION INT'l
LOTS 25 & 27' PR 1: Pre,'-
10-06: MAP, 50A


06027-o 6P


,.19


06029-013R
737 R-1112500 -IX
FARMER HAROLD F, & BRE
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNI
LOT 16 PB 2 PFG 53 ORB
-1. FR ST. JOE FOREST
CO.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SE:1


.25 06050--OOOR
73 8 R-1115:100 HX
PRICE DAVID FLO:)YD
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNI'
S 22.5 FT 'OF LOT 1.' &
FT OF LOT 20 PB 2 PG .
1 MAP* 50A


06051--01.IR
739 R-111.61.00 HX
LEWIS FREDDIE R & CANDY
MI:LLVIEW ADDITION UNIT
LOT .11 PB 2 PG 5,3 ORE
FR PITTMAN & ORB 165/7
LEWIS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


BLK 1021.

$.1.65.99
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)0605.1-0.16R. .
:1.95,95 i740 R-"11:.16500 HX-IX
END.OL YN _BEST DEBORAH ANN
PM II p. MILLVIEWU ADDITION UNIT
FR LOT 16 & 1 PP 2 P 2 G 53
., : :150/314 I1C FR SHACKLEF 1.
BLK' 1(0:1.2 MAP@ 50A
L D I ,K


*.701 343 06083-001OR
ACQUIlIl,..: NE: 74, R-1:1.19900
2 PO l G' GAY SUISAN
:1. ORB:,,R M ADD OX SUBDIVI SION TO I
GROVE PM 1 PS 27 LOTS =
.. 1RB 146/237 Q: FR0 GAY
BLK 1.0:1.4" MA'll 5:A1 :


1.1 ,:165',-23

2 '0 p (06:1 74-000R
22 24 I 742 R-:1.121700
"', '"4 THURSDAY WlII:...IAM P, & A
OAK GROVE SUBD PB .1. PG
11.1 1.014 : LOTS 2, 4 & 30 F:'T PORT'I
ALLEY LESS ,02 AC PORTI
W. END OF LOT 4 ORB 191.
,"3'S9 .22 2 (II1l FURTHER LEGAL SEE
IE PHII..ON .
2 p, P(B 1 06216--00OR
.0 743 R-1l133600 HX
O F SIMMONS MARY UWIL..SON
S ': OAK GROVE SUBD UNIT 2 P
: TAX ROLL..) 3"9 O'T 6 ORB 201/296: Fl
T IHUR ST N 0 N
MAP 51:A
1" 59:1., 29
-AL
2 Pr1 ) i; 06236:-0:1.01 ;
R 171:1/77- 744 R-:1.11..35800 r
SPOHRER HELE...N ii rII I ,i l
S25 T 8 R 1:1. .58 AC M
BI. K 1.0 ;1 40',07' FT! l(:N C: -30 li'll '*l
FR MILI.L.ER
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8, :(i: ,, (), ; 062,36-106R ,'.
NO."; 2 745 R0-1:.136600.
I ) "' 1. G U L F : if l l [ll.* I i l i .~I l I' Il I I '
S "2 I i
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ii ,05/2 FR ii I A,'. i
MA I 2A.


11(7 60 ?
0, '. v
S il. 746 I
1I l l IR I 1 I I
I I I 2 .25"717 I I 1 ill lii '.i III ll '
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"4 1 '4 1 Ii .

S.r,'B.' 1 i 1". I; I R III[. 11 RP lP tM l4

I .1" 1 (l rf i I 11 i iiii r I t1,E'-
S ..I .l 7H.' /0 F I S 1 F_1 l I I IF
BLI(K 1001.8 CORP.
(fllR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 1

$175. 59 0 .'.16 .
748 R- 1A .. I
NOi .2 EAGLE C NS I P IIl I 'I INC
47 S 25 I 1l R II :'.' ill M/
S VLL.A*UNIT A-;-1
ORB 203/849 FR CAPITAL C
S101- TRUST CO
MAP* 52A


NO 0.6.iPO-46 116)1

46- & 47 P :J.1, T 8 IP. 5 11,
(I.I 301 IAI.1 M N( iIto i t M
l1 WU 1 5~', ':'Q-3 '~iI I0R LI11m R -


/72 R- [ l(60(-: lv i'V'1'.,,92
PRICE StInr lJN R ,
MILL VIELI An[i InT rin iINI iT i 3.' .1
LIJT 7 PB P; ,'
ORB 191i '1 -6 i 14 I| R l-' It0 I ,
MAPI .. 0A


-$403';52 06027-00R
r VIR. /.'9 r I I.lii I .. IX .
IRIG 'L: I L 'I N 0 DOROTHY
MILIVIFU rAnD[TION UNIT .NOi. 1
L1I.I 9 I'B I1i 53 ORB I o .
BLK 1006 4e, r [ E.1 .i l rI 11f 1 I '1 1111
ni' e l *-o i. 1 .. .. <


05804-00OR
70 R-1084900 457.29
JONES LESA A. & RAY 0. LIKELY
CITY DF PORT ST, JOE ORIl.
LOT 20. ORB 124/552 FR JONES

MAP 50A.
S BLK 1006

05805-000 R


709 R-- 1085000
FENNELL ALTON & MI
CITY OF PORT ST. ,J
L.OI 21 & 23 ORB 17
DRIESBACH
MAP* 50A
'B

05131t 000R
710 R- 1085,500
JUIHN!ION HENRY A ET
CITY OF PORT ST. J
1.011 27 OR1B 0 5,1/22'
MAr' 150A


0,187100 -001R
71 R 101A6900
lINITI'RUUOl UILL1 E R
MIIIlVIEU ADDN UNIT
(;11 LO. 13 LESSW U 2
:20: IIf 1 IIU0 IlN
MAr'P 491l


(l"n.'7 0001
i ,R- I 171,0<'o
. i, .l .' TillINN DT.iMIINfI
M II I VIEWU AD[N IIT1I
I *l. '11 l IT 18 I. FSS U :3
S i (iJ I I I :'/:1 I9 I PR StNI
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(5"I1'] O000R
713: R- 10I00H oo
JONFES DORA I:.
MILLVIEW ADON UNIT:
33 LOT 13 ,& 15
MAP #490


056a2-00 OR
714 R-.1091100 0(
CORBETT NAOMI & OI
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT
33 WESTERLY 25 FT C
ORB 81/519 (LIFE ES
MAP *490


19S4, :1.6

NO,
3JIFP.


1 130


71.5 '0R-1094200 $273
*1$8:1.,,24 JUI. US EDDIE & DIANA
MIL.LVIEW ADDN UNIT 2 PB 1 P6S
46 & 47 LOT 28 ORB 155/463
2 L (Q FR PACE
MAP* 49D0
BL.K 1010
.1001
05195,-000R
1331.:54 716 R-1 094800 $326
SIMS DANIEL
MILLVIEW ADON UNIT 1 PB1 PG
333 LOT 2 ORB 175/207 FR
MOSLEY
MAP* 49C


01.


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05907-OOOR
717 R-1096200 $114.94
PITTMAN AMOS
MILLVIE ADDON UNIT 1. PB 1 PG
33 LOT B & 10 UNREC, QC FR
HORLBURT & ORB 114/569 FR
HUJRLBURt
(FOR 'FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


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MAPI 5Oi ,,, '''
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750 R-11.1 1 1'. lI'
MIIIII MARKK I .I' 1,m I .
S 25 TA R 11. "74.7 FT ii'
FRONT & SR 30 ORB 14' '
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$36 Ii Ii i i l i ''P A -I/1.
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172/879 FR inli TI
MA'P *-52 '

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f, :' T IJ i t I1 38 AC'
l40' [.1; i I il i: i)|; 62.19
DEPTH ORB 197/646 FR PIC
MAP 52 .:
++ *' :- r';" *


."1 P 1 i :. $1

. tilli M il'. P ( IIA I IITTEi [
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SR 1Ti I 120,36 FT AV DEPTH
ORB 111'/868 FR PICKETT
. M,'.I' ii 7: f\ :"!*

i..6 .'4 ,v
.-,'., I ,', :'..;i. $ 1.
'BURKERT. KENNETH & PATRIRCIA
S 1 T 9 R 11
75,54 X 217 .il Fr I [li' BEIN
L.OT 10 n. 1'/ n r t ,irirH ',
MAPl .
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7'36 R' R--:1.i134000 m 1 : 1 '11
I/EZAN (OUGl.AS F SR. & SItlARO
S :1. T 9 R :1.
75,54 X 2:17.8:1 FT L..OT BEIN
1LI ,:13 ORB 1( :77/67 FR YA1F:S
MAP0 53 .
,' I.'. .1 .1I. I:

06266 -0'4R,
757 1- .1.155300 1$5
UILSON DIAYNE: E F& EDITH N
FEA It11 SOUND
.L:OT ,9 ORB 159/30.8--309 FR
FIRST UNION NATIONAL BONK .
MAP: :19B '

062!66 001,
75i.l R--115 6300 $2
HUI. ING 11AVID & KATHY
lIEA'I1.I.i:li ,U I N1UNI
LOT 0 ORB 193/203 FR .HILL
MAP0 :1.913

06.266-10 R11
7: IR-.., '156400,4 2 ::


I-UI.L..ING DAVI:D &( KATHY
I: E LAA FIER SOUND* .
L[OT 21 ORB 1.9,1/20(5 FR H1111I..
MAPI:: .1i;;'l


PRODUCTS 062661 .140K
76 R.-:1156000 lHX $1.4 ,4
E TAX ROL .) MOI AN. K/IlIY,. I..
FI:ATHE SOUND
L..T 20 O)Rit 10.4/:1 FR IILI.
$23l,6 MA* 1.91

SNO, 3 06267-00(BR
N 57:5 761 R :1 15 7300 '$69
53 C I. BANK OF BI..OUNTSTOWIN
SANIJCLIF'r- TWIWNHOIUISES UNII N(
BLK 1023 4 ':ORB 205/577 FR UI[lEt
MA:P*191:1

$2538,37
)Y L 06267 009R
NNO. 3 762 I .'1157400 $6
149/21 IJ:SE: .ILLIE...1. [I. &
'21. C FR. SANICI:l..l.I'r TOIUNIIOI.ISFS UNI! NI(
3 5 ORB .110/049 FR SKAGGS
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06267F-010R
'1:1.20,74 763. R-.1157500'( $657,61
ROGERS ED1AR A. JR, JANENA C
N ,. 3 SANDCLIFFi TOWNI-IHOUSES UNIT' N
O11RI 6 'ORB :130/904-".6 FR.
1) PIAC !K E:T Al...
MAPl' 19,90
:1: 024 + 9,
06267 0:1.1R '
764 R -1157600 6'I6 .1A, 1..1
1.262.2,84 :C & I. BANK 1:: OF II..OIlNTSTOwN ,
SANDCI.. FF TOWNHIIOUSES UNIT NO.
iA( ,7 1ORB 205/579 FR WISE
& M *. MAP .1:.9B


S765 R-. 1.57700 1$657,61.
REI::: STER: BETTY G; 1 '
SDANDCLI.. FF TOWNIlI:IIJSES UN IT NO.
19 1ORB 207/800 FR
$272.,69 REIS1 ER EST.
LICIA R0 MAPIl 19B
12
ON OF 06267-576R
ON IN 766 R-1161900 $1362,57
/264 FR Ml' t,'.lll ll x..IiJ ,', V [I'Hl HrRLY
TAX ROLL) I' .i...All' lII r raffrini';r- BAY
SURD. PB 3 POG 37
LOT 13 830,33 X 190 FT GULF
11919.78 FRONT (. 3'6 AC) ORB 101/239 FR
(., 'OR FURTHER J..EGAL SEE TAX ROLl..)
B 1 PG ,, '
1R 06267-6160R
767 R 1163600 $ ':186.53
WALL.ERSTEDT MICHAEL & SHANNON
..BLK 3. 1 ,i',r Itl: b ULF-PARADISE BAY
SUBI PB 3. PG 37 '
T, 33 ORBI 180/707 FR RISH.
1 .'.." q: MAP* I C'C

/1.. 06263-020
,,/61 760 R-1165100 $3,532.51
MURIEL CORP.,
S, 7 T9 R 11 2.,3 AC: M/L
S i .',35 GULF .FRONT) 830.35 ,FT
1I:PTHI 114,4 FT FRONT OF C-.30E
l'.lli 91,. I .'ii II,. R BROWN & ORBi 218
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l 11 '.' 1 I ,, : 2 ,41.6 87

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I. I i 1 ll F/ FRONT; 1.030,5 FrT
l i I '1 i i i [' 1 I I l'h i )i I I Ii n P,11 I R '' .
I-I I '111 i r in .0 '

1 1 ,'I l l i l I 1 1 r i : I l 'l

.11 125 1
S 770 i /,''00 ,$. ,760).,25
S .RIL.L ". NII'ill L,. &. I IlIII: I .
': I, '1.1 T 9 R 11 .1. Y I IN'
mH"I.h, PARCEL BEING P,ARC:LI B-2,
I A i H ,U Ii ,H(IIIl RL' TRACT) ORB 96/10-6:.,
IAI III IN ,, IInrl 1 5 12' ACCES' EASEMENT
I ll ('FOR.r lr.'r i? LFtIf-r SEE TAX" ROLL)


TAX .'1. 28
SMITH -II-lIM,iS BH ,
1,.41 .S 20 T 9 R- 11 .
.," r FT GJLF. FRONT; 567.5 FT
/L AV OFPTI-Il 64,19 FI ON C-30E
LIl-3's 200/968 TO PINSON
CITY 'iFiw FIIRIHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

S .. .300R
7.72 P-11 6 00 -,,4.29
AVE/RYi .lih Iii I 11 i hiiii l JBR,
'695.94 S 20 1 '-' 11 51.0 FT (JULF
S. Fli.11 ; 711,35 FT AV l I .
Pii r I I rF.I IS.29 6 30 rnPll
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l,977.02
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P- 1178300 $464.15
III il 1 11.' tl JR & SARA-I L
S 1.9 & 20 T 9 R 11 55 AC M/L.
i I' AC ABOVE Ih"P'lH LINE
i. -, TRACT .-4 (PARCEL TWO)
ORID. 144/Il HII FR DEAL.,
MAiT :1.90D


06268--850R.; .
12t'16,20 776-' R-,1-1.78400 $496.26
)EAL TROY 1M JR & SARAH L
S 1. 9 & 20, T 9 R 11 4.61 ALC
FT AV M/L BEING 856.96 FT BAY FRONT
TKETT (PARCEL TWO) .ORB 1.44-/182-84 ,
;F :. R DEAL
MAP '19D


'33.04
.
ON
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44+.40
A.

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*v,,-,.hl I- 00 .
R- i 78SOO $275.31
DEAL TROY M JR & SARAH L
S 2,0 T 9 R 1.1. 18 AC M/L 7.5
AC M/I.. ABOVE MARSH LINE BEING
IRACT 49 (THIRD PARCEL) ORB
144/182-84 FR DEAL
MAP* 190 "

S ,11 P 1 78900 $2,17 06
nil iliil III :I:VIE-R
',I",ll iI r,'; ESTATlES
A 100 X 150 FT PORTION OF LOT
7 ORB 174/290 FR YIELDIiNG
'MAP*:: 1:9B


4. ;,4 -06269-024R
N E 779 ,R--'110'300 $1,757.35
BEACH BUILDERS OF NW FLA INC
0 SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 POS
20,21 & 22 LOT 24 1,84 AC
ORB 218/628 FR DURRANCE
X MAP 419B8

06269-025R
135.60 70o R-110400 $1,757,35
BEACH BUILDERS ON NW FLA
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS
20,21 & 22 LOT 25 1.81 AC
O1RB 210/627 FR JONES
MAP *19B

06269-027R
38, 28 781 R-1180600 $986.19
PIHNG LONG NGOC & BA THI BUI
SAN BLAS ESTATES, PB 3 PGS
S 20-22 ,66 AC
49.95 FT GULF FRONT) 579 FT
DEPTH ORB 211/745 FR LOGAN
MAP* 19B
38. 28
06269-030R
702 R-118117(0 $ 1,147.99
MC MULLEN JEFFREY EUGENE &
SAN BLAS ESTATES LOT 38
1.43 AC 100 FT GULF FRONT
ORB 195/787 FR MC MULLEN
0.97 7 tRUSTEE
MAPt 19B

(06269-045R
783 0R-112400 $' 1.36.72
STEP JEANETTE E
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS 20,
93.1i1 2.1. &,22 LOT 45 1,23 AC, 100
FT GULFFRONT ORB 218/208 FR
). I'ARKER
E MAP* 190
06269-048R
714 R-1182700 $973.46
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
6:.1:1 SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 POS 20,
21 & 22 LOT 48 .14 AC 100 FT
S GIUI..F FRONT ORB 20555331 FR
NOSTER
MAP* 190


St81 4. 060'./-01:t.l
I.LIE 7311 R- 1109200 1-X $127,31
OE O(RIG. I 1 I-R FF. F 1 r.I'LAPEi.FI.r
4/87.3 FR I MILl VIFtU A11lll11 UtU IJ1 I t I
LOT I PS :' P,. ,1 O U1 1 I'11, '
64 R SI l.I OPU n i p ili I .I
ILK 1006 MAIf' .,OA ( L.L'-(
'' .* : BRLI( 1.020 :

t46R. 41 060:'7 016P
AL '.12 PR- i 1('7 ,'' HX $176,58
OE BRIG. Illi 11111 R "' Pl11 ILA
6 FR ..I-IHN rISN MIl l.JIltlJ A11 ll ION UNIJ T Ni,
pIin '2 I'll 3 1.111 "
BLK'1006 ORD :o5/,,"9o0 iI I f N IIIIrIlF &
SI110 1:11/40l P4 1 QPI.' -R nHIJl 1 P 'I
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6 ',4, ,414 .
o(,6'i i 1) 11
1 PB I r .'I I pII I 1 9 '(' lX $:1 72.,1 !
ORB 190/ l-tJII[.RTil MARY0 A .1'
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1 FI B l ntI WA (fMill & -I&i1-'iI rlt I IEDD!
THt MIlI V' I F.1 ADDITI ON UN I 1 ll ,i '
1 PII .2 I'l 953 L.OT 3 II4 I liR I 'IH.
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(t li? Fl.1 li ER LEGAL SEE '.TAX' P ii )
t.:'7 43 0
'" ": ,. 060'11) -0) 1 i1 "
.1 PB 1 PG' 7' R 11:10960 HX $2440,:1
... TTHOMAS MARY L. "-
'MUil.I.'IFU ADDITION UNIT NO., 3'
BLK 1,008 Lil- 1:? & N/2 OF LOT 14 1ORB
92/247 FR ST JOE LD & DEV CO '
PB 2 PG 53 6& ORB 127/1070 NPC
$47,37 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
RTIIER
1 PB -1 PG 06028-01411
OF LOT 14' i736 R-1111000 HX $112,00
STATE) FARMER WILLIE KEVIN & SONYA.E
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO, 3
BLK 1009 LOT 15 & S/2 OF LOT .13 ORB
167/731 FR FARMER
MAP* ,50A


05889- 0R





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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
MA'P* 19B

'06269-314R
796 R-1186600 )$1,214.'b8
PARKER ROBERT D & SYLVIA A
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2J-1
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
ESTATES SUB.D, 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 SUBD0. ORB 185/208 FR
MADSEN
MAP* 198

06269-320R
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
MAP* 19B

06269-568R
790 R-1109300 $1,051.09
ANDREAS MICHAEL & GAY.
S 18 T 9 R 11 ROBIN BAY, A
CONDOMINIUM UNIT 10-0)
ORB 183/201 FR CRAFT ET AL
MAP* 19B

06274-007R
791 R-1192700 K$14A.40
HALL DENNIS C. & SANDRA K.
S i4 T 9' R 11. .
LOT 7 TREASURE BAY UNREC
ORB 138/125-26 FR TREASURE
SHORES, LTD
MAP# 54

06274-014R:' .
792 R-1193400 HX $633.16
BLAlKMUIN CHARLOTTE. P" ..IPS
S 14 T 9 11
103.4 FT ON SR 30; 217,81 FT
DEPTHi ALSO KNOWN AS LOT 14,
TREASURE BAY UNREC. ORB '144/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06../4- .R 0221 :
793 R-1194100 $275.31
LANUSTOiN DAVID B.
S 14 T 9 R 11 ,
LOTS 7 & 8 ORB 178/567 FR
TREASURE SHORES LTD .
MAP* 54
BLK II


06274--036P
794 R-119'.:300
GROSS STEPHEN J. &
S 14 T 9 R 11
BETNO PARCEL 1IA
ORR 199/450 FR JOIHN9ON
MAPI 54


BLK IV A


06274-120R
795 R-1196800,
HEAN SR. GEOROE & SHARON
TREASURE BAY
LOT 3 ORB 136/788--89 Fl
TREASURE SIHLREl LIMITED
MAPI 54
BLI


06274-130R1
796 R'-1197000
SIMS MARTHA DANKS
TREASURE BAY ,
LOT 5 (oRB 137/2613
SHORES LIMITE-D
MAP*. 54


$161,87
S.

R "


06277-055R
807 R-1209400
BUFORO DONNA
S 12 T 9 R 1:1
LOT 11 ORB 182/969 FR
TREASURE SHORES LTD,
MAP 53


06.277--060R
808 R-1208500 HX
HOLLY DEBRA ELLEN
S 12 T 9 R 11
LOT 12 ORB 162/481
SHORES LTD
MAP* 53


06277--065R
809 R-1208600
BRYANT. JOHNNY C
S 12 T 9 R 11
LOT 13 ORB 151/714
SHORES LTD
MAPI 53
BLK


06345-357R
$155.92 830 R-1257100
MATTINGLY DONALD A,
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF
DUNES .LOT 4 .
MAP4 5A
PA


BLK VII


FR TRE


.BLK VI


FR TRE


06345-35SR
1831 R-1257200
$402,69 MATTINGLY DONALD, A,
S CLASSIC COTTAGES OF
DUNES LOT 5
:ASURE MAP* 5A


I 06345--367R
832 R-1258100 $1:
MATTlIN:NGLY DONALI A,
41r5. 92 CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
1. DUNES LOT 14
ORB 203/754 FR .DAVIS
*Xci MAIP* SA 5A<'3I*f


VII


06277-070R
810 R-12Q0700 $169,08
MC CALL DANIEL R. & MARY SUE
S 1'2. T 9 Rll
LOT 14 ORB 205/869 FR NIXON
MAP# 53
BLK VII

0.6281-000R
11 R-120B900 $4,300.'46
DEAL TROY M ,JR & SARAH L
S.20 T 9 R 11 166,3 AC LOTS
1, 4 & 10 ORIQ ORB 144/182-
84 FR DEAL
MAP* 190
06284-000R ,
812 R-1209200 $:1.,140.45
DEAL TROY 'M JR & SARAH L
S 21 T' R 11 32.7 AC LOT 4
ORI:( ORB '144/182--84 FR )EAL.E
MAP 3 '

06289-- 64 '
81'3 6. '.',. $1t,.409.,78<
BRITr PARK T, & PHYLLIS W,
S T 9 R 11. ,4.00 FT BAY
" .,II : BE ING W 9 300 FT OF" F
/90,.:7 Fl iF I OVT L TI 3 i YINL N:
N OF LOI RD 30-E ORR ,10i./R16 FR
(FOR FLIRTHIR LEGAL. SEE l AY ROLL)

06290--035R, ,". .
814 2 R- 11 7?1 -0; 1 2 '. 1 ,'
SCHMIDT u 1t ill Riril &
A l,'[ ItiF E5 STA'l r I i i I 7
1 i11 ,:o ,32 FR L1' r ;i
MA'P# 35D .,. : ,


"6 110 OPIit
Ill., P I 2..1',7i', $. 3$170.58

) lIP 1 1tlt3 l-" PARI: I I 11- 1111
"'i I' PI II FPF W 'RL I : ll IR illi
. 7 .' F ';IBPEMEPr.F'L i itilli 111)
I, 3,' 3.16 I R 'i.;tf III I?
'h F't '-,4r


I.'. I I t .1 I
SI/, 1.' i '1.*'9* $938:1 3, 33
$359,09 '.I-,, I- n 0 i' iii_. IP A lII.:1l1Ritll
S J1 1 7 P 1 1 0 I-1 IF ,
FRONT; 300 FT AV IIFrTlH IPH
101/916 F'R ROCKHIIOLD


06321.-') .' 1>
:1317 ', -1, .-,.
MARTIN I RAM:I1: r1
GULF PINES SUB0 PB'
LOT 13 ORB 208/592
M.i' i 540


$3,153a...

3 PGO 25
FR ROB:INSON


BI.K A!


.. ." O / I -A .1', .
K A 1I I I R I "'4 .''0t-'
I1Li1lHillS BRADI FI Y ,J & fillARP
GULF PINES FIRST 'FFil1 I I Of1
$161.87 37 ORB 123"/01-8102 CD FR,
ET Al.
MAP* ..a' 4


FR IREASIIRE


BLK

'06274-135R
797 R-1.197100
nA <3 L"N F tir il -4 L.,
1 R 1 ASIIP: AY
LOT 6 ORB 136/1020-21 FR
TREASURE-SHORES LIMITED
MAP* 54


06274-155R
798 R--1 I 197:500 0
IIUJIKEr T <. NNEIII & PATR
TILASIR'L BAY
LOT 10 ORB 1374/368 FR
KENDRICK-
MAP* 54'

06274-1YOR "
799 R- 198200 HX
'DUGGAR LARRY R. & LEIG
TREASURE BAY
LOT 7 ORB 213/63:3 FR
MAP* 54

062'74 -P6',D
HOO p- 1'199700 ,
CRYDERMAN CURTIS
TREASURE BAY
LOT 13 ORB .161/822 FR
MAP* 54


06322-'008R
819 R,- I '.'4 4' *,0 .-IX $2
KA I:ILrt tF FAMILY LTD. PARTNER
S 24 T 9.R 11 100.02 FT I
$161. n FRONT; -I'' FT DEPTH M/L C
4 P r M AI p *'.1 i


BLK A

.$161 .187
!ICIA


BLK A

41. I ,58' I
H

PICKETT

BLK B

$2,148.1.9


LENNAN

BLK C


10627..3--OOR
S801 p-120015100 $710,15
DEAL TROY M JR &.SARAH L
S', 17 T 9 R. 11 34.4 ACRES ALL.
FRACTL. INC. THAT PORTION OF
PIG ISLAND IN SECTION 17
ORB 144/182-84 FR DEAL

06276--014R,
802 TR-1201600 b. $881.64
DEAL TROY M JR & SARAH L
.CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE & BAYSI
DE PB.3 PGS 24, 24A, 24B & 24C
TRACT 14 & 15 REC'D ORB 132/
409-11 FR FLA TITLE & PARTNERS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06276-019R
803 R-1201900 $954.90
DANKS KENNETH
'CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE &
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 24, 24A, 248
& 24C TRACT 19 1.92 AC ORB
.83/525 & ORB 114/514 TD FR
,.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06276-026R
804 R-1202600 $327,66
,HARRISON ROBERT A
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE &
BAYSIDE PB 3 PGS 24, 24A, 24B
& 24C PORTION OF LOT 26
ORB 151/954 FR YATES & ORB
.(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06276-058R
805 R-1205600 $2,195.38
RAIM'MICHAEL E. & DARLENE D,0.
CAPE SAN,BLAS GULFSIDE & BAYSI
OE LOT 8 & 9 OF TRACT 49) 190
FT BAY FRONT) 171.17 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 134/238-42 FR FL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
062Y77 '0,0!R
b. 0,6 R-1207400 155.92
MC DONALD JAMES WHEELER ET AL..
S. 12 T 9 R 1:1
LOT 1 ORB 183/923 FR TAPSCOTTI
& HOWELL
MAP* 53
BILK VII


t$'J72. 02
!ITTE


06345-402R
1.116.72 851 13 R-1261600 $205,49
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
BARRIER CLASSIC COTTAGES OF. BARRIER
DUNES. LOT 7 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
)RCEL "A" MAP*# 5A
PARCEL ."E"
$116.,72 06345--417R .

BARRIER. I Bl4l';l-l'3-B'"' -7lIfE-SEA INC
ALi ASI[( I fITAGFq OF BARRIER
PRCELo DUNES 'LO.T 1. ORB 148/680
PARCEL "A" MAP A
M AP* 5A *'


S13 .22


PARCEL.. "A"

06345-370R'
833 R-1258400 $ 11 8,22
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC .,,
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 17 ORB .14/680-692
FR FlI Ill I R' ;
MAP .A -
SPARCEL "A"

06345-3711R
834, R-1258,500 $118.22
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-.SEA INC.
CLASSIC COTTAGES ,OF, BARRIER
DUJNES..LOT 1 ORB 148/680-692
F;R FLOWERS .., .
MAP, 5 ,. ..
.: : ., ,' .. I'A FC t. "A"

06345-372R
835 R-1258600 $11..22
HIBISCUS-BY-l -E SEA INC.
CLASSIC CrITIIAOFS OF BARRIE'R
BlMrI'q LO1 19 ORB 1.,'1/'AO0 S9-
Ir 1 I OWlIf P '
MAPI 'A
PARCEL "A"

06'345-373R .
836 Rl,2,58700 $ 1. 8,22
HIBISCUS-.BY-THE-SEA INC.
'I ASS. Ir c' AUFF; IIIF BARRIER
MlINlF' LOT 20 1 ORB 148/680.-692.
FR FLULJERS '
MAPI* 5A
PAR(.EL "A"

0634- .38:31 '
1J33 R 1?9 70)0 .. $467.30'
HIBISCIJS- HY-THE-SEA IE1IJ.
CLASSIC rUIIAOES (IF BAPRICER
UIJIJES LOT 4 RBS 1I48/6BO 692
FR FLOWERS
MAPt 95A '


PARCEL "C'

S06:14-1 3141R '
Hfl30 R I '/9'O I $467. 30
HIB[SCUA--BY-IHE-SEA INC.
CLASSIC COllAOER OF BARRIER
UIJNES LOT 5 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAPI 5A
, .. PARCEL "C"

0'645-3835R.
839 R3 12599100 $467,30
HIBISCUS-BY-IHE-SEA INC.
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 1 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP* 5A
....... ,'A FIC EI. "I .

06345-,36R
840 R-126000.'i $447.3'.'-
HIBISCUS-BY--THE-SEA INC.
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 2 ORB 14R/610-69'
FR F. (1JI'Ri"
MAFA "RA
PARCEL "D"


TE 0,6345-388R1
JOSY 841 R-11260200 $46
AVI iS JOHN
BIlK A CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
l UFIMES 1.01 4
ONB :'1 1/287. FR |IEA[IRT([ I
1,7,6.30 MAP* 5A
RSFHTP PARCEL "0"


SUlF
13)R


06345-337R .
020 R- i255o100 t1n6.53
HIBISCUS--lY-IIIE-SEA INC..
BARRIER ONES F RMER IJNI1 Nfl,
'.' EiH IEC 'AR EI "l ",
LIRi II1-1/16 0 FR BARRIER DIEll S
MAPI 5.A

06:34., -3J314I t
821 R-1255200 $1i86.53
Hi I CLISC BY- TIE -SEA INC.
-tRRIER D1lNES FORMER R NIJTl NO.
3I] F it'4 r['ARLFI G"
i1fH 14R,'630 FR RARRIEP IIIIHTlF
MAP'I '1 ,

06:3-1'5" 3:9R
8'.2 R- 12,5:100 $186.53
IIE IISCIuS-BY-IHE--SEA INC,.
,ARRIFR rtlimNr!' FORMER UNIT' NO
3Y n E N111 PARCf:r "r," ':'
IIH 148/,'600 FR R BARP4E1 R ni-1E h
MAPt I5A"

06:3-15 340R- '
02.3 R-1255400 $1.86.53
Hi BI'-US-RY- IHE-SEA IN(.
BARRIER DUNES FIRMER LINTI NO.
40 F_-[N13 PARI'EL "G'
U11_I 1411H. O I 1< RARRfEP IIIINll 4I i
MAPI 'A

06345-344R1
824 R-1255800 $1,912,88
MATTINGLY' DONALD A.
, ARRIER DUNES UNIT NO, 44
,ORB 179/203 FR HARRIER DUNES
DEV, CORP.
MAP 5A" '

06345-34/R .
825 R-12'56100 $186 .533
HIBISCUS'BY-THE-SEA INC.
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO,
47 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP# 5A

06345-348R ,
826 R-1256200 .i16.53
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC.
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
,481, BEING PARCEL. "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP*,5A.

06345--349R-
827 R-1256300 $186.53
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
49 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP 5A

06345--350R
82(1 R-1.2564A00 $1.36,53
HILBISCUS3-BY-THE-8EA INC
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO.
50- BEING PARCEL. "H"
ORB 148/6B0 FR BARRIER,.DUNES
MAP# 5A

06345--353R I
829 R-1256700 $1,771.,32
JOSEPH EDWARD
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 53
ORB 1.24/784 FR BARRIER DUNES
DEV,. CORP.
MAP* 5A '. ': *


06345-38,9R

DAVIS ,JOHN
CLASSIC C1OlAGES OF BAPRItt
UlJNFS I UT .
ORB 211/287 FR HEADRICK
MAP#, 5A
S PARCEL "D"


PARCEL. "J"

06345--41OR
653 R-lmavoo 2(cl$116.72
MMEFIG'UU-BY-TI'M-SEA 1
MLA9SSEF (.1 AULS OF BARRILR


PARCEL."J

nA14. .1 419114
'S54 R13.L263300 1$'7 to-
HIIK:: '~IM, "III-SEA' INC
CLASSIC Inhl ( .'O(F EBARRIFER
Ill MII "3 'IHIII II 13 .1.48/68031

PARCEL "J"


P I ''. '1.1$116 .72
11 'I' '. I IIIl 1Al. III I I AR R1: E.R
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1-3901) 111 ; ~' IJIto MiI INIo.I 3I

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S 1 1 -117


06:31 4,' I11
-In 5.' ;'- I ".'i'. ..*. $2? ,
PAI'.r ,JiJAM
RARRIEP nilJJEH UNi1l tIl. 173
IlPll 31 11 rII roIUl I FlI i
MAPI t 5..


, ."' ?'0


OA.1451 6101
(160 R- 1 6,92St. .,$2 291. ,.19
EI}IIARLi' 11 U LI [ & MAPY
S:'5 1 El P 1:' .:.23 AC M/L
I1() F I liI11F FRIIlrFI F20,.43 FT
AV IIE'PIII HEl NU PARlF:L. 2 &
f',RIEL 2 '~FrlI.E;''' RIl IRF I 1-41/731.


(I11OR F l.lRP111 R LE..',L 5FE

0634 -- 6'11
861 ,'12.9/"".
DEAL. TROY j.P.
SI Al LIF II T ll '4 BL.DG A,
01U13 :.'3/-,lo -l FR 1FF I
MAPI 5A


06345--715R
"862 R-a1271700 $3: ,92a'.36
OVERTON..LARRY J., & DIANNE P, .>
,S ,T El R 12 .97Y 8 AC M/Li
UNIT R-2 10R,58 FT GULF FRONT
ORB 20.4/649 FR CHASTAIN '
MAP# SA

06345-135R
863 R-:1.273000 $6,437.57
'"llIIMflir ROBERT E ,.IR & I, IANNE E
S (I I R 1.2 ..
IJNI:T F-4 SECLUUEIE DINESE;
.1.16.22 FT GLL.F FRONT ORB 145/
507-508 FR FLOWERS
MAP* 5A


06345--(:1OR S
(864 R-...1273500
I I I 1: SCLIS Y-T E... EA I NC
S 25 T 8 R :12 .
'--:13 SECLU..IlE DUNES,
. ORB E.14/680 FR FLOWERS
M,.F's 5A:


$622.89


IIn,1, I ;' 1 '. *', ,1 I,
.' i ll I I MOP Y (; ..0r, l & lifr l M.
" .'. I 4 11 ? i
LOT 8 SANBAR.BAY SUBD. UNREC,
ORB 160/945 FR MALOY ET AL-
MAP* 513 .

06346-0515R
866 R- 1275300 .r it.-'.61
WADE HMTCIIAFI
S 36 I F 1 '
L:,rT i'l. ,ANIl,.'P BAY SUB, 3 IIRFI.
ORB 191/6'G' i,' PEACOCK .
MAP,* 51 "r '


06349,-:l30R
867. R-1281300
MEREDITH ROBERT D. & DEAN
PENINSULA ESTATES PB 3 PG
LOT :6 OF An 1 i" .I'PLAT
[IVI ING 1RAt'I 3
S.MAP ..


(>C1, l,'' i I ,IN
F1'|I v I .'$i 1400
MEREDITH RO.E RT 0' & DEAN
PLftNiUiL.A E'SIIEs PB 3 'PG
7I 1)1 / III ,A1 l R PIUA.T' t,
,D I V 1I : :::I N I ,', 1. ..' '
MAPI 5:1 ..'. ,


, i 49. 1.40R
..l6'9 R-12 1I.50 -
MI- R I II RnI.31- lIT 0. & DOEAN
PrMltli AA SI r9S PnrI 3 'P f,
I IJ1 8 IF Anl UJ I -IR I AT
[i i V i I t ] Mi. rI i'ft T ? .,
MAPt '5-


06' 4' 1 4:.R
II. U P I '-'I I ,",
IT N WlJ IFH PfJLII'I I H&.F1 i',M
Pl.(ItI E111 I L, I Al rS PB :A PI.
I 1.11 9 11- Atl I 11?Fl: PLATr
m 1. i 5 1 i If I ,'1 1
MAPf 5D 0
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06365-01 0R
a72 R-14294000 $1,25 7. 08
MC CUL.LERS EDWIN M.
(*',r'r ,rItl BL.AS SHiIORES UNIT NO.
1 LOTS 15, I16 & N/2 OF LOT :1.4
ORB 11B0/319: F'R MIERZEJEWSKI:
MAP* 50D
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., I R 1:107 r( :, $461 .19
S I'Utn lii.ENUOOIl B & KATHRYN A
$1,659,86 CAPE BREEZES F'B 3 PG 23
LOT 24 ORB 157/5Y9 FR FEPRIS
MAPI 6A
ir I:- ,/ ORB I ,6 / .' rN FI-R Ri,
91.K B


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06'J4'i :V3OR .
R4'3 1R- I 12604'.0 4'. 1 "
MATT INOiLY B1Ol]AI II A
CLASSIL COTIAOES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT A ORB 144/490 -504
FR BARRIER LINES DF:V-, CO0RP
,MAPI 5A
PARRI:FI "D"

0.0 :1'3 39 1 R 11' / ,
B44 R-3] 609530 2 $467.30
MATT INGI DONAl.rI A
CLASSIC COTTAoES OF BARRIER
DIINES 1.01 7 ORR 148/498-504
FR BARRIFR DUNES DFV, CORP.
,MA P 5A
1,,, .. '. f C lAR "D" r ''


0345-392R .: .
8'45 R-'1260600 $467 .30
III 0 iSIlS- BY -THE-SEA INC
t:l AF.IL: CtlI1AGIES OF. BARRIER
IIIINES Lll 01 11RIl 148/680-692
F i Fr lIfl F R .
HAPf '-.A
S : 'AREI:t I D'I .


046 R1- I ?Ono0oD $467.30
RUDNICK JAMES M...
,CLASSIC COTTAGES .OF FHARIJ I R
DUNES LOT 1. ORB 145/632-633
R, 1R1,BARR.T.ER, LDUNE;S DEV, CORP.
.MAPR* A
PA Rt rF". D" ,

06345'--395R1
047 1 R-- 1260900 $467.30
HIEBI SCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
.CLASSIC .COTTAGES OF BARRIER
BUNES LOT 11 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAP 5SA,
PARCEL "".

06345--399R
848 R-126:1300 $205,49
.HIIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
ULINES .LOT 4 ORB 148/680-692
FR F l .OWES .
MAP 5A
PARCEL "E"

06345-400R
849 R-126.1400 $205.49
I-IIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES LOT 5 148/680-'692 FR
FLOWERS
.MAP# 5A
PARCEL "E"

06345--401R
85,0 R-1261500 $205.49
HIBISCLUS-BY--THE"-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
iDUNES LOT 6 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
HAP# 5A
PARCEL "E"


*Photo Frames


*Photo Albums

*Memory Books


*Thank You Notes


*Invitations

*Appointment Books


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*Address Books *Dictionaries

*Pencil Sharpeners *Corkboards ,

*Cross Pens/Pencils and Other Brands


oGator & Seminole Pens, Note Pads, Evps..




A Few Books including The Great Tide

and One Year Book of Bible Readings










THE STAR

Publishing Co. of Port St. Joe, Inc.

308 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe Phone 227-1278

or 229-8997 Fax 227-7212







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