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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 20, 1999
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880
SIXTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 38


The Star On Line at http:/www.StarFL.com
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1999


324 Per Copy
Plus 34 Tax... .3 0


Gulf County Schools to Graduate 126 Seniors

I 7A a 1. Wpwa Rites


23 Will Receive Diplomas With "High Honors"


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Kebelan hSiree Cope


James WilsonD aniels. Jr.


Laura Kate Kbo y Da Kilpatric
Laura Kate Kllbourn Lyndsy Danclle Klipatrick


Port St. Joe
High School High
Honor Graduates


Wewahitchka
High School High
Honor Graduates


Aa Rebecca Dure.
Anno Rebecca Dureo


nacnel saura mc.roan


Amanda Faye Atchison


dames rarner raison


Iracey Elleen Fitzgerald


James Matthew Terry


Krlsti Danielle Gay


Amy Elizabeth St. Clair


mereiutlu Lci uuudrcy


Klki Patrica Williams


Jessica Leanne Williams


Jennifer Lynn Williams


L + V I/ a V t

Friday Night;

Port St. Joe's

Monday

On Monday. May 24, begin-
ning at 7:00 p.m.. graduation cer-
emonies for Port St. Joe High
School's Class of 1999 will com-
mence in the R. Marion Craig
Coliseum. Eighty-five seniors will
receive diplomas during com-
mencement exercises which have
been dedicated to the memory of
Edwin G. Williams. former
beloved principal of the school.
The Port St. Joe High School
Band is opening the evening with
the recessional, followed by the
invocation by Tracey Fitzgerald.
Lindsay Williams will lead those
in attendance in the pledge of
allegiance, then Class President
LaTrika Quinn will welcome the
graduates and their guests.
Commencement speakers will
be high honor graduates Rebekah
Cope, Rachel McCroan and Jim
Faison.
Graduating with high honors
will be Michael Aaron Bearden,
Rebekah Shiree Cope. James
Wilson Daniels, Jr., Anna Rebecca
Duren, James Parker Faison.
Tracey Eileen Fitzgerald, Meredith
Leigh Godfrey. Jessica Lee Hill.
Rikki Kristen Leigh Johnson,
Laura Kate Kilbourn, Lindsy
Danelle Kilpatrick, Rachel Laura
McCroan. Wendy Marie Sander.
James Matthew Terry, Krystal
Kim Tharpe, Kiki Patrica
Williams. and Lindsay Jae


HomagePaid to Downed
Officers Story on Pages 2-3B,
Dreamers and Doers
Details pn Page lB
Gators End Season
See Wrap-Up on Page 12A
PSJHS Wins 6th
Sportsmanship Award!
See Story on Page 1 A
"Slam" Added to Scallop
Festival Page I;OA
St. Joe Sharks to Host
Football Jamboree Friday
What Time? See Page I 1A
Law Enforcement Reports
Cities & County on Page 7A
Obituaries Page 9A


School News
Delinquent Tax Rolls


Page 4B


Check out Pages 1-8C


Graduating with honors are
Samantha Lee Ambrose. Donald
i Makes Plans t ilize ..P.. J. Jenny Mshelle
'. M-- an s~tCO ...-B oc-k.-Jennifer -Marie.. Butler,.._
ty : Jason Ryan Gainnie, April Cheri
Port St. Joe city commission- police officers' salaries, plus ben- Leffert estimated it would proba- good for a three-vear cycle, but it Godwin, John Terrence Green.
ers are moving ahead with plans efits. She also pointed out that bly cost around S50.000 over the is also predicated on the city not Melissa Danielle King, Brett
to utilize a 8637.000 C.O.P.S. the grant would only pay entry C.O.P.S. grant allowance to fund receiving ad valorem tax revenues Charles Lowry. Katrina Chandal
grant to help offset some of the level salary and benefits, and that the difference in pay required to owed by: Florida Coast Paper Maestri, Norman Gerald Martin.
city's budget shortfalls. any pay beyond entry level would leave officers with seniority at Company. Jr.
City Clerk Pauline Pendarvis have to be funded from the city's their current pay levels. As has Those taxes have not been Matthew Craig McCraney.
told the board members that the budget. been pointed out in past issues of paid to date, and the county's tax- Meredith Kate McNeill. Thomas
funds could be used to pay 10 Port St. Joe Police Chief Jay The Star. the C.O.P.S. grant is ing authorities are currently in lit- Aaron Money. Andrew Sterling


Wewa's WWTFacility Y2K Compliant


The City of Wewahitchka is
pleased to announce that after
comprehensive testing and analy-
sis by the manufacturer of its
automated wastewvater treatment
facility, the facility is Y2K compli-
ant.
Additionally, the manufactur-
er, Rockwell. has provided the city
with a Year 2000 limited warran-
ty. thereby indicating their will-
ingness to stand behind their
assessment of the facility.
This testing was done as a
part of the city's ongoing efforts to


ensure that it will be ready for the
new millennium and that any dis-
ruptions will be minimal.
lMayor Ray Dickens stated,
"We are doing everything possible
to eliminate the interruption of
utility services to the citizens of
Wewahitchka. We were very
happy to learn that based upon.
Rockwell's assessment of our
facility, there will be no need to
replace expensive components of
the system." -
The response and warranty


from Rockwell, as well as other
service providers, is available for
public review as permitted under
119. Florida Statutes during reg-
ular business hours at City Hall.
SThe Y2K update will also continue
to be on the open items list at the
regularly scheduled meetings of
the Wewahitchka Board of
Commissioners.
As the new: millennium
approaches the City of
VWewahitchka will continue to be
pro active In addressing Y2K
concerns.


igation over the taxes oweu.
Forida Coast Paper Companylhas
also filed for Chapter 11 reorgani-,
zational bankruptcy.
Port St. Joe has 12 police offi-
cers on its force. Two of those are
currently being financed by
C.O.P.S. grants.
Leffert will attempt to obtain a
waiver from the grant admministra-,
tors to continue those two posi-
tions already financed by the
C.O.P.S. program.
During discussion Tuesday
evening, commissioners suggest-
ed Leffert match the department's
size to the number of C.O.P.S.-
(See Utilizes on Page 7)


-OBarr, Shaun Mykel Ph-elps,
Farica Shanay Quinn, LaTrika
Jahay Quinn, Sabrina Marie
Stomp, Janah Nicole Strickland,
Donna Michelle Thomas, and
Nancy Gwen Vanheiden.
The remaining members of the
graduating class are: Mellssa Ann
Ash, Davin Fontaine Baxter. Coirtney
Monita Beachum, Nicole Marie
Bellinger, Rebecca Faye Brant, Kr(sty
Georgette Bryant, Rhett Allen Butler,
Jeremy Matthew Cabaniss, Rodihck
Chaquad Chambers, Mark Charles
Conley, Sabina Latrice Daniels,
Michael Albert Davis, David Mason
Denton.
Chad Christopher Estep, Jesse
Teresa Everett, Crystal Dawn Follin,
(See Grads on Page 3)


Gulf County Applying for Rural Development Pilot Community Progam


A cross section of community y
leaders, businessmen, city and
county officials, and concerned
citizens were excited about the
prospect of Gulf County being'
considered for selection by USDA
Rural Development to participate
in a pilot rural community devel-
opment program.


Duren, Roberson Have Been
Reappointed to 4-Year Terms
Officials at Gulf Coast
Community College were notified
last week of two additional trustee
appointments recently made by
Governor Jeb Bush. The first is
that of Rene6 C. Shoaf, a. local
Port St. Joe business owner and
resident, who will succeed Greg
Johnson, for a term beginning
June 1st and ending May 31,
2003.
Shoaf said she was honored
to be asked to serve on the college
Board of Trustees representing
this area. "I'm looking forward to
serving Gulf Coast Community
College and the community," she


Walden explained that all
RDA was looking for at this time
was an indication that Gulf
County wanted to be a part of the
program, then they would begin
the research for inclusion.
,Gulf County Chamber of
Commerce Executive Director
Diane Scholz has since written a


said.
The second newly-named
appointee, Panama City resident
Linda S. Grantham, will succeed
Olivia Cooley to serve a four-year
period.
These individuals will join
reappointed trustees George W.
Duren and Ralph C. Roberson,
both of Port St. Joe, as well as
Franklin County's Leon R.
Bloodworth, whose term will con-
tinue until next year.
Additionally, Panama City's
Clinton Mayo and William C.
Cramer who have been added to
the board as new trustees in past
weeks, will join reappointees Lillie
M. Rice and Hugh V. Roche, also
from that area.


formal letter of request for inclu-
sion to RDA on behalf of Gulf
Count.
Scholz is also sending letters
to those who were present at the
meeting, and several others who
have shown interest, seeking vol-
unteers to staff a steering com-
mittee for the assistance program.
The steering committee would
metitwo to four times per month
and would play a vital part in out-
lining and identifying economic
development plans.
As Walden pointed out, most
plans are long term projects
reaching out 10 to 15 years to
attain desired results.
One of the possible priority
items discussed by the group was
a regional wastewater treatment
facility. Some discussion has
been made about this idea over
the past several months.
Most of them have been cen-
tered around tying into the sewer
service in Port St. Joe and collect
from the west to St. Joe Beach,
east and south to Indian Pass and
the Cape area, and even north to
White City, if feasible.
Of course, the intent of the
pilot program is to help make pro-
jects such as this one feasible for
rural communities in need of
assistance.
During a phone interview


SwSwith Scholz Tuesday. she pointed
out that everyone interested in
contributing time, energy and


effort to make a commitment to
the newly-formed steering com-
mittee should contact the


Chamber office at 227-1223.
Glenn E. Walden (Rural
(See Pilot on Page 3)


Representatives from USDA/Rural Development Agency discussed the rural development pilot pro-
gram with a cross section of business, civic and local government officials.


Michael Aaron Bearden


RIkk Kristen Lelgh Johnson


Renee C. Shoaf Appointed

To GCCC Board of Trustees


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PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1999


Improve Roads

THE BEACH AREA IN SOUTH Gulf county is growing by leaps
and bounds. It is the fastest growing tax producing vicinity in the
county at. the present time., What are we doing to encourage the
continuation of this growth? Are we encouraging the continuation
, of this growth? :
Have you driven out into the area recently? You would be sur"-
prised at the amount of growth. You would also be appalled at the
lack of infrastructure which is there to attract even more growth,
to adequately serve the growth which is already there. It's a virtu-
al wilderness. We know this wilderness-appearing surrounding is
exactly what attracted much of the growth to the area. but in most
areas it is a little too primitive.
WE WOULD ENCOURAGE THE Gulf County Commission to
immediately begin petitioning the state for adequate roads in the
area. It will take five to ten years to get them planned. financed
and built, so there's no time like the present to begin.
There's no doubt but ivhat the area needs the present roads
improved.
The road which runs' up the middle of the peninsula is woe-
fully lacking in width. The state has paid one hefty suit filed
against it for injuries received in an accident and is just begging
for another to happen. State Road C-30 isn't much' better. The
narrow, winding road is a danger to drive on with the current vol-
ume of traffic. Continued growth in the area can only increase the
number of cars a.nd trucks using the road.
WE WOULDN'T HESITATE TO define -the roads described as
the most heavily travelled local roads in Gulf County; and the ones
the most in need of attention. The burgeoning growth is taking
place all the way to.the county line. The road desperately needs
improvement all the way to the Franklin County line.
,We see. movement beginning on the resurfacing of Highway 98
west. Structures were put into place this week around the
drainage structures which go under the highway. We were sever-
al years from the point of inception before this work actually
begun. It will beseveral years before any planned improvement is
started on C-30 and C-30A. too.
It's time to Initiate the projects now!


Smeling Like A Rose

THE CITY IS COMING OUT smelling like a rose in the leasing
of the new marina last week. Not only has the lessee agreed to pay
the city's bond payments, but is also going to pay the city 825,000
a year in much-needed revenue, free and clear! All of this is agreed
to by a firmwhich has the money to make the payments, tool
It's considered a coup for the city to get such good terms on its
lease and get a solvent company as a renter, too. The city didn't
have to give up an arm and a leg like some must do in order to get
such an agreement. The marina has already proven valuable.
THIS ISN'T TO SAY:THE city took the St. Joe Company to the
proverbial tlnerse'," in 'making its rental deal. The -St., Joe
Company received tenancy of a valuable piece of property' in the
deal. They are no novices when it comes to striking a bargain; only
when they sell a paper mill!
The marina already has a hefty number of tenants wanting to
lease boat mooring space in its confines. even before it is open for
business. They have solid.plans for adding facilities to the marina
which will attract even more business to its facilities. It has the
capital to make these extra facilities become a reality. The city did-
n 't! .
THE RENTAL AGREEMENT DEAL WAS a good deal to the city,
and St. Joe Company both. The St. Joe Company will place busi-
nesses here to complement the marina which will help our eco-
nomic base and we 'will continue a relationship which got its start
back in the 1930s.. '
The St. Joe Compahy will have facilities located here for them
to build on, which puts'us in a different position from their "plans"
in Tallahassee and Pan'amifa City. They're actually doing something
here. They only "plan" to develop property in these other two loca-
tions. .' '
It was'the marina-an installation the city had never paid for,,
yet-which attracted this potential of capital infusion ,to. Port St.
Joe. If we don't mess up the relationship In the future, we should
have something solid to rebuild on. ,


Hunker Down With Kes


The commencement speaker
at our high school graduation had
been all over everywhere near as
we could tell from the introduc-
Lion. He was a very learned and
distinguished indivdual who kept
reminding us of the wonderful and


meaningful challenges that await-
ed us outside "'these hallowed
halls".
"'The challenge so far." Buddy
\Viggleton leaned over and whis-
pered. "'has been how to stay
awake in fourth period English "


by Kesley Colbert


I pondered that for a moment
as the featured speaker moved to
space ex-ploration and the unlimit-
ed possibilities, including someday
putting a man on lte moon if
we don't meet that challenge any
better than Buddy did his in
English. we'd never see outer
space.
S"Men walking around on the
moon! Is this guy nuts!" Bobby
"Yogi" Brewer was smarter arn
more practical thinking than his
name! sake. "Why doesn't he give
us a list of jobcopenings? Isn't .he
the president of something? Maybe
he could hire-".
Miss Polly Rucker turned, gave
Yogi.her best, stern, look,and put
him off in mid sentence.
We all went silent and feigned
rapt attention toward the stage.
For-about six, seconds. ..
"If the most learned speaker
had been out in the parking lot
when Squeaky "went after the
doughnuts, he 'could have seen
some sure 'nuff space walking.".We
laughed .at Ricky Hale's reference
to Larr- Ridinger's sneak-out-to-
get-the-sweets-flight from the third
floor library. That was our sopho-
more year. Squeak volunteered'to
make the' scheduled ad strictly
prohibited off campus trip to Kee's
'Grocery. "
'He climbed iut' the window
while Rollin'Trull and Hollis Mayo
'engaged Mrs. Ingram in some
meaningful and life changing dia-
logue. Bob Cassidy.v using his belt.
swung. Squeaky over to the drain
:pipe, which he grabbed and shin-
nied about four feet down before
losing his gnp and falling two and
,a half stones to the ground below!
The good news is, he missed
the bicycle rack that might have
done him some serious damage.
The bad news is he also missed the
small evergreen bushes that would
have broken his fall.
The crazy thing was he, didn't
ye nee ,.a pussto get u.t of the
libraryUl H cqu.ld have gone,'oul the
door and walked three flights
down. "Don't forget the cherry
filled one." Yogi was yelling down
instructions before Squeaky could
make it to his feet. Doughnut
fetching was a big part of our cur-
riculum.
The gifted speaker moved' eas-
i ly into the "innovative technology"
part of his address. "Dropping that
cherry bomb down the, incinerator
smoke stack back in junior high,",
Hollis couldn't remember Pearl
'-Harbor from Maypole Day, but if
he lived through it, he had ,a round
like an 'elephant, ."now, that, was
Innovativee" ,
S"Idon't know, Mary E. might
disputethat, with you." The whole
third row was shaking with held-in
laughter ;as Miss Polly wheeled
around. Mary : E,, Pendleton had
the. misfortune to be dusting off a
..couple of .ersers when "the accti
dent" happened. The' sch ol
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)
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You Never Can Tell; Is Name Might Be Mick ey"


THOSE ST. ANDREW Bay
Beach--mice are resilient little
:buggers to be on the endangered
species list. We learned that at
the most recent meeting of the:St..'
Joe Bay-committee last Thu rsday.
Lorna Patrnck. biologist with
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service-
'told us more' about the little
rodents than we actually cared to
learn. We're well versed, .now, in.:
the life and times of the St..
Andrew Bay mice. .
For instance, did you know
there are actually four species of
the mice that are almost indistin-
guishable from one another?
There's the Perdido Key mice, the
Santa Rosa mice, the
;Choctawhatchee mice arid, of'
*course, the St.. Andrew Biay mice.,
We .have the St. Andrew Bay
variety over here in. Gull County.
These four strains,of mice are
'virtually Identical quadruplets of
each other, but Ms. .Patrick
assured us an expert CAN tell the
.difference between the little crit-,'


THESE SMALL rodents have
a useful purpose at the beach.
They're not all "pests" like their,
cousins which occupy our homes,
barns, chicken houses and wheat
bins. There is really a reason to
be concerned over their demise.
It. seems they hasten the
seeding of sea oats with "their
feeding habits. After a hurricane,
they help with the reseeding. of.
the oats. That's nice-to know. The
sea oats need a helping hand to
help them become established.
' again after a hurricane. -.
Followifig our last hurricane,"
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-THE STAR- .
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USPHS 51880
Published Every Thursday at 304-308 Wiliams Avenue' Po
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 Port St
by The Star Publishing Company of Port St. Joe, Inc. Phol
Second Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, FL
Wesley R. Ramsey .'. Editor & Publisher, President SECC
William H. Ramsey . . . Vice President PAID AT
f renchle tamey v Tre'u,'e,' C'f.:e Manage"r .W
Shirley Ra'mnsey ... .. Graphic besign/Bookkeeper ::..


Joe Danford. our county director
of solid waste eradication, went to
'great lengths to' secure grants to"
purchase, sea oat: seedlings and
get them set out on barren beach- -
es again. There was no reason for
'Joe to be overly concerned with
this activity; 'the St. Andrew Bay,
Beach 'Mouse' would;take care of'
it, -
It seems the mice not only
plant the sea oats,,seed, but fertil-
ize it with their own droppings, all
in one fell swoop. That's better,'
fertilizer than Miracle Grol

THESE MICE HAVE preda-,.
tor's :lrking in the bushes to dis-


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patch them to mouse heaven, too.
Some of these predators aren't
native to the.beaches, and cause
the mice conservators bad prob-
lems. Since mostopf the ones con-.
cerned with the preservation of
this strain of mice-that we have
seen-are mostly women, I have
to. .surmise that -most women
aren't deathly afraid of the St.
Andrew Bay Beach Mouse. Maybe..,
that's what sets him apart from'
the 'qther strains of mice. ,
I have never seen a woman
climb upon a stool or chair and
scream "E-E-E-Ki" at the mere
sight of a.St. Andrew Bay Beach
Mouse. I have seen commerce
come to a screeching halt-even
here at The Star office-at the
mere' glimpse of.:a mouse streak-
ing by..
Of course, there was no guar-
antee 'that the invading mouse
was a St. Andrew Bay Beach
mouse.
To say the least, common old.
mice are riot your favorite sight-


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


ing around here. .. ly unattached with 'the matter of
its preservation.
,BUT, BACK TO predators.
There is also the red'fox and, the AS,.TO ITS RESILIENCE in
' coyote; both of which are, not the event of, a hurricane;, if the
native, to the beach, nor Gulf critters can survive the trargia of
County. Ms. Patrick says a hurricane down on the beach, it
they-"they," being the ones con- certainly appears to mre that it
'cerned with the well beiifg- of.the ought to be able to take care of
mouse-can put up with the grey itself against other dangers as
,fox preying on the mouse.' He is well. Even we hdinans need an
native to these parts,. 'occasional assist to survive a
It seems that anything which hurricane, along with its devasta-
commonly dines on mouse is wel- tion.
come to, so long as he/she is a I can see why there is so
native of these parts. much concern over 'the beach
S' mouse, though.
Even house cats which roam .' o c h u g
are not welcome to attend a ,It'isn'i' just because he is a
mouse killing. propagator of the sea oat plant. It
kee c t isn't. to save Joe Danford some
So, keep your cats under con- effort at securing funding for ;re-
.trol if you live on or near the establishing a ,growing crop to
beach, so he doesn't decide to maintain the beach from erosion.
dine out on occasion. They're protecting the beach
I think these ladies-the ones mouse because the' one which
concerned with the mouse's Well they sacrifice to progress mayj be
being-are too overly occupied named, "Mickey". St. Joe
with its cuteness to be emotional- Corporation wouldn't like that!

S j St. Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Time Ht.
May 21 1:32 a.m. L -0.1 3:26 p.m. H 1:4
\ May 22 2:05 a.m. L 0.1 4:05 p.m. H 1.2
May 23 2:19 a.m. L 0.3, 4:18 p.m. H 0,9
May 24 2:04 a.m. L 0.4 .10:59 a.m. H 0.8
May 25 12:59 a.m. L 0.5 9:50 a;m. H ,0.9
May 26 9:37 a.m. H 1.1 7:08 p.m. L 0.3
May 27 9:46 a.m. H 1.2 7:38 p.m. L 0.1


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1999 PAGE 3A


Marina Gathering Saturday, May 30th


The Port St. Joe marina isn't
scheduled to begin taking lease
contracts until June 1st, but
there's already boating activity at
the new 199-slip marina.
The City of Port St. Joe agreed
to lease the marina to the St. Joe
Company during a special meet-
ing of the board last Monday (May
8th).
Marina Manager Richard
Hance and his wife Jacque are at
the site daily and working at a
hectic pace to get the marina
ready for business by the June 1
opening date. ,
Richard And Jacque have
both expressed their desires to
see the marina operations become
an integral part of the community
as the facility goes Into service.
One way they hope to do that
is by holding a "gathering" during
Memorial Day weekend. They
plan to open the marina up for
the public to visit Saturday morn-
ing (May 30th) from 8 to 11 a.m.
ET.
"This is not just for boaters.
We want everyone in the
community to come by and see
the marina while we get acquaint-
ed," Richard said.
A light breakfast along with
coffee and juice will be served



Kesley

(From Page 2)
authorities had a team of demoli-
tion experts -come in-they deter-
mined -some irresponsible person
-had unwittingly discarded :an
empty pop bottle in some hot trash
.., it took Mary E. days to get the
soot and ashes out of her hair and
skin .
"Mixing the. ether, alcohol and'
gasoline tin chemistry to see if it
would burn was innovative."
"I think we could have gotten
away with that one if we hadn't a'
"been so close to the curtain."
-"Boy. Mr. Berry is still hopping
about that!" .
"He failed to see the innovative
part-"
Miss Polly's silent admonition
once again brought us back to the
present.
And our podium guest took
another stab at the future. It was
the "dare to be different" section ..

"I reckon riding that horse full
tilt," Ruth Ann Wiley gave it her
best stage whisper. "into the home-,
coming dance was different."
Tassels and mortar boards
turned in my direction. That horse
thing wasn't my idea all I did
was get up behind Leonl
S"Betsy falling into the first row.
during the class play was differ-
ent."
S "Draining the fountain and
getting that John Deere parked
'sideways across, it was different."
"Running.Raymond Manches-
;ter up the flag pole was different."
"The food coloring in the spit
: balls was' different"
"So [was the railroad spike
through Arlen's tennis shoe."-
"And how about Millicent in
her bathing suit trying to 'marry
the creature from the Black
Lagoon ... ."
I believe the class of '65 was
going to do all right in the "be dif-
ferent" department.
The graduation i' message
turned to leadership potential ...

: The class: thought. waves
"turned" to Don, Melton. We were
going to follow him down .to
Jackson to the Peter, Paul and
V Mary concert. He' knew the way.
'"Don't worry, I'll lead." We ended
up in Tupelo, Mississippil
That was the summer of 1964.
S In Don's honor, we unanimously
voted "Blowing In The Wind" as
the senior class" song ....
; The speaker neared the end of
his talk by urging us to take "our
place as adults" .....
S, I couldn't help but think of
freshman algebra arid Squeaky
ever so gently easing that June
bug down the back of Susie
Cozart's dress. I revisited the o10ck-
,er room shower where we'd stop
.up the drain with a towel and slide
belly first 'across that concrete
floor on three inches of water.
I remember the tacks in the
seat. And the fake, bloody arm
sticking out the trunk of Deake
SBradley's old Falcon. And Yogi
hanging desperately from the ceil-
ing light in the gym ....


The commencement address
- had rightfully focused on us facing
our future. I think most of us were
a little more secure in the past.
- He finished in a flourish as he
'complimented us on our outstand-
ing accomplishments and assured
'us that we were ready to meet the
'challenges of tomorrow.
Say what?
Good Luck,
Kes


throughout the morning.
Jacque asked that anyone
interested in pre-registering for
slips in the marina basin should.
drop by the marina office anytime
between now and June 1st, and
during the gathering on May
30th.
She also pointed out that the
marina is not yet fully furnished


Jason Allen Forston, Heather Ren'ee
Fox, Dalla Victoria Hamilton, Erica
Ann Hamm, Rachel Aldonia Harris,
Brandon Lee Harrison, Carl Raymond,
Hopper, Betty Jolynn Ingram, Wade
Rowan Kennington, Mack Daniel
Kent, Corinna Marie Kniffin, Stephen
Daniel Lemleux, Rawlis Devon Leslie,
Jr.
James Harmon Mahaffey, Scott
Allen Mason, Joseph Alan Mastro,
Kara Dee McDaniel, Michael ;.Odell
Mize, Frederick Lee Mongold, III,
Timothy Carson O'Bryan, Jr., Jessica
Diann Peak, Christopher Brian Pugh,
Daniel Lee Raffleld, Phaidra Letitia
Spires, Mario Tyrell Swanston,
Melissa Marie Waters, David Channon
Whitfield, Mark Anthony Williams, Jr.,
Nikkl Latrica Williams, arid Shannon
Rened Winfield.
WEWAHITCHKA HIGH SCHOOL
GRADUATING 41 FRIDAY
Wewahitchka High School will
present diplomas to 41 graduat-
ing seniors Friday nightin cere-
monies conducted in the high
school gymnasium at 7:30 p.m.
(CT).
High honor graduate Amy St.
Clair will deliver the graduation
address for the class.
Other members of the senior
class on the program include Lisa
Dietz, leading the invocation and
pledge of allegiance; Amanda
'Atchison, who will welcome grad-
uates and their guests; and
Jennifer Williams. offering a
farewell address. ,
Graduating with high honors'
will be Amanda Faye Atchison,
Elizabeth Marie Dietz, Krlsti
Danielle Gay, Amy Elizabeth St.
Clair, Jennifer Lynn Williams,
and Jessica Leanne Williams.'
:Graduating with honors are
Austin Tripp Atchison. Kelly Earl
Forehand, Sandra Nichole Lance,
Stephanie Leann (Ake) Parker,
Richard Edmond Philyaw,
Rebecca Shalon Pittman,
'Jonathan Dane Skipper. James
, Ellas Taunton, Champion Travis
, Traylor, and Bndgett Nicole
Williamson.
Principal Larr' Mathes wilf
?" present members of the Class of
1999 and Superintendent Jerry

Pilot

from Page 1
Development Agency) told the
group that to date only three
counties in Florida have been
selected for the program, but Gull
County is being considered.
Needless to say, Gulf County :
probably meets the criteria for
selection. Having led the state
- with the highest unemployment
figures": for the 'past; several
months. Gulf continues to have a
strong hold on that dubious
honor. ..

Walden explained how the
program adopts a flexible and
.innovative ,approach to solving
rural development problems In
needy communities.
A conglomerate of state agen-
cies-join forces in',the program to
help identify needs within a
community,, then formulates a
long term plan to help the needy
area.
After the needs are, identified
and a plan 'is formulated, the
agency begins plugging in the var-
ious assistance, loan, .programs,


so everyone wishing to stay for a
while should bring their own lawn
chairs.
The 78-slip dry storage facili-
ty will not be available for occu-
pancy until July. The concrete
loading pad has not yet been com-
pleted and will require two to
three weeks to cure when the con-
crete is poured.


Kelley will award their diplomas.
The remaining members of the
graduating class are. Rodney
Dewayne Adkison. Steven Lyle Ake.
Kenneth Hugh Ardire. Kristal
Lashaure Balley. Otis Da\ls Ill. Jana
Rebecca Goodwin. Karen Kiiiberly
Hall, Amanda Kay Hanneken, Jon-
Christopher Curtis Helms. Thomas
Richard Holmes. Joel William Hughes
Bryan Stacey Jones. Maranda
Lo-rlne Jones. Brandt Jo MeredlLh,
Melissa Deann Myers. James Michael
Pabis, Michael Francis Pabis. Jr..
David Earl Philyaw, Benjamin Lee
Russell, Christopher Jermone Sims.
Albert Ray Strickland. Jr.. Jarrott
Kenneth Strickland, Jr., Henry
Bernard Vann, Shawn Michael Voyles.
and George AnLhony Wolinskl.


One of the first boats to enter the St. Joe Marina sits in the foreground of the photograph above.
Marina managers Richard and Jacque Hance ard looking forward to showing off the new facility to area
residents and visitors during May 30's "gathering".
Several boats have entered the marina since the St. Joe Company and the City of Port, St. Joe reached
an agreement to lease the complex.

Nonprofit Scholarship
Is Announced By Bank


Early Morning Single Vehicle Accident Injures Three
Three young people were injured in a single vehicle accident early Monday morning. The accident
occurred north of Port St. Joe off Highway 71. According to Capt. Joe Nugent of the Gulf County Sheriff's
office, the driver Doyle Crosby failed to navigate a curve while travelling south on Highway 71.
The vehicle clipped several planted pines and plowed approximately 40 yards into the dense woods
before coming to rest on its side.
This was one of several accidents that have occurred during the past week. No life threatening
injuries were sustained, but all three occupants of the vehicle were taken to Gulf Pines Hospital by South
Gulf County ambulance crews.


FHP License and
Vehicle Checkpoints T
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting.driver license
and vehicle inspection check-
points from May 21st through
27th on CR-274 near Chipola
River. SR-71 near CR-382, and
SR-71 near SR-22.


and; management ideas to
enhance economic development
within Cme communities.
Some of the rural needs men- .
tioned were business develop-
ment, health care,, education,
infrast-ructure, cultural ,re-
sources, the en\ironmnent, 'and
housing.
Local businessman, Ralph
Roberson, asked Walden what the
criteria was for the county to be
selected to the program and what
"we" need to do to get the process
started.


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The, Capital City Bank Group
Foundation announced last week
that it 'will award a $3,700
IHarvard tuition grant to the win-
rier of its third annual leadership
competition. The $3,700 award
will pay tuition, room and board
to the Harvard Business School's
week long Strategic Perspectives
in Nonprofit Management
Seminar to be held July 18 to the
24. "
The winning executive will be
chosen from an essay competi-
tion.,The topic of the essay will be:
"Current trends in technology are
poised to change the way we cur-
rently conduct business. Explain
how your organization is using
these new technologies to expand
your agency's reach, improve effi-
ciency, 'control costs and develop
new strategies."
To be eligible to enter, an
executive and their organization
must meet the following criteria:
(1) full time CEO, President or
Executive Director; (2) nonprofit
501(C)(3) designation; (31 located
in and serve a Capital City
Market: and (4) serve the commu-
nity in at least one of.the following
areas-arts/culture, civic ad-
vocacy, economic development,
housing, education, envir-
onment/wildlffe. health care. or
human services.


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Throughout 1999, we would like to update you on our preparations for
the challenges of the new millennium...as we prepare to treat January 1, 2000
as just another banking day!
Citizens 'Federal Savings Bank would like to FDIC holds close to $39 billion in its deposit
videe some tips to you as you prepare for the insurance funds.
ar 2000 (Y2K): ., ,,(8) Unlike many other industries, government
1) The safest place for your money is in the regulators are examining and testing banks to
ik...not in a safe at your home. make sure we will be ready.'
2) Citizens Federal Savings Bank will be (9) What can you do tol prepare for the Year
dy to serve you when the date changes. to 2000?
uary 1, 2000 As citizen:
3) Citizens Federal Savings Bank, is a Keep all records and receipts
nmitted leader in Y2K educational efforts Read all Y2K information which we send
businesses and consumers. :so that you will be informed of our progress.
4) Industry experts consistently rate banks As a business:
imber One in Y2K preparedness. Communicate your preparedness to your
5) The banking industry has invested more customers
in $8 billion and hired thousands of experi- Test your Y2K "fix" well before the Year
ced computer experts to "find it, test it and 2000 arrives
it or replace it" as necessary. Check the Y2K readiness of your key
6) Banks have decades of experience in back- suppliers
planning. After. unexpected events such as (10) As the Year 2000 .approaches, take out
ods, fires and hurricanes, banks are often the no more money than you normally would for a
t to be up and running. Y2K is an expected long weekend.
;nt and contingency plans are in place, We appreciate your business!
>uld they be needed, for all systems. Please call your nearest Citizens Federal
7) Bank customers' funds have rock-solid Savings Bank location with any questions or
)IC insurance that is backed up by the full concerns you may have regarding Y2K
:h and credit of the U.S. government. The and your accounts.


CITIZENS FEDERAL
SAVINGS BANK
OF PORT ST. JOE


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Grads from Page 1


"S. qThankYou!


I would like to take this
opportunity to express my
., appreciation to the voters of

the City of Port St. Joe who
Selected me to serve as their
i City Commissioner. Thanks
are also extended to Charles Tharpe 'for a
friendly campaign, based on merits.


Hopefully, I can fulfill the wishes and needs of
the community during these difficult economic
times within our community.


'Dr. Jorge San Pedro


Service- Soluions treirt


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In the photo at left, the District II officers pause for a snapshot. They include (from left) Secretary Frances Clemons, Director
Sally Malone, Assistant District Director Margaret Whitney-Smith, and Treasurer Vesta Conley. Jean Stebel is shown in the center
photo as she gave instructions on the care and planting of day lilies to those attending the district meeting of garden club mem-
bers. Roy Lee Carter, pictured on the right, gave a talk on the youth gardening program in the area, as well as sharing a slide pre-,
sentation on the inspirational program for Port St. Joe Elementary School fifth graders.


Fla. Federation of Garden Clubs District Meeting Held


The Florida Federation of Garden
Clubs, District II meeting was' held on
Thursday, May, 6th, in the Family Life
Center at Long Avenue Baptist Church in
Port St. Joe.
The meeting was called to order by
District II Director Sally Malone. followed
by the invocation by Mark Jones. Minister
of Youth and Music at. Long Avenue
Baptist Church. Port. St. Joe City
Commissioner Jerry Barnes was intro-
duced and welcomed District II members


to Port St. Joe.
After reports from those representing
the 18 clubs in the district, a luncheon
was enjoyed and prizes given to several in
attendance.,
Programs of great interest were given
by Gulf County Extension Agent Roy Lee,
Carter on youth gardening, sponsored byi
the Port St. Joe Garden Club, and Jean
Stebel talked on the easy care and love of
day lilies. .


Garden Club members wish to extend
a big "thank you" to the merchants and
others who donated items to be given dur-
ing the day to guests.
T.vo special ladies in attendance were
recognized-Ethel Bridges, 98 years
young, and Daisy ,Johnson, who has
enjoyed 93 years of life. Both ladies
attend Port St. Joe club meetings regular-
ly and participate in the programs of the
local club.


Senior Citizens Annual


Picnic Enjoyed by All


The annual picnic held by the
senior citizens was a tremendous
success.
The board of directors would
like to thank all of the following
businesses and Individuals for
making the day so enjoyable: Gulf
Correctional Institution, for
cleaning the park area; St. Joe
Papermakers Federal Credit
Union; Gulf County Sheriffs
Department; Flower Bouuque. for
the door prize; Albertson's of
Panama City, for a door.prize;
Mary Lee Pitts, for a door prize:
Bob Davis, Shirley Guilford.

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


Melissa Askew and Wanda Baily,
all of the Church of God Gospel
Choir. ,
A special thanks goes out to
Malcolm Garrett for the great
cooking he did for the over 1.00
people who attended.

"Spring Fling

by the Bay
Highland View Elementary
will host "Spring Fling by the Bay"
on Friday, May 21st,. on the,
grounds of the school from 9:00
a.m. until 2:00 p.m. (ET). Stui-
dents rill be treated to "show and
tell" events.' career awareness'.
activities. 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 inmvited
and encouraged to attend arid
visit with your "old school" and.
former' principals, superinten-
dents, teachers, and fellow class-
mates.
m,_ (


Ailes Will Attend Youth Leadership in Boston


Erica Ailes, of Port St. Joe, is'
scheduled to participate in the
1999 National Youth Leadership
Forum on Medicine from June
20th to June 30th, in Boston.
Erica, in'the class, of 2000 at
,Port St. Joe High School. will be
among select group of outstand-
ing high school juniors and
seniors from across America and
around the world who have met
the qualifications required to par-
ticipate in the Forum. Erica was
selected because of her outstand-
ing academic achievements and


her interest in the profession of
medicine.
Beginfiing on June 20, Erica
will join fellow forum students for'
-eleven days of discovery and men-
torship at some of America's most
prominent and technologically-
advanced medical institutions.
The students will visit presti-
gious medical establishments
including Harvard Medical
School, Beth' Israel Deaconess
Medical Center, the Dana Farber
Cancer Institute, and the Lahey
Hitchcock Medical Center.


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Intensive day-long concentra-
,tions at these and other instittil
tions will allow students to exam-
ine state-of-the-art diagnostic
tools and future medical special-
ties in detail.
Students will also have the
opportunity to study and learn
from some of America's most dis-
tinguished medical leaders.
Prominent leaders in the medical
community scheduled to address
the students include Dr. Kenneth
C. Edelin. Associate Dean for
Students and Minority Affairs,,
Boston University School of
Medicine and Dr. Susan MI.
.Briggs, Associate Chief of Trauma
Service, Massachusetts .General
Hospital. .. .. ,

Topics to be discussed
include breakthroughs In genetic
research, cancer research. AIDS,
sports medicine, neonatal and
pediatric research, computers in
the world of medicine, public

WIG Announces
New Assistance

Program Location'

The Washington Improvement
Group, located on 198 Peters-
Street, is the new location for the
"Low Income Home Energy
'Assistance Program" in, Port St.
Joe.
Ao : applicationss can be picked up
at the Wewahitchka senior citi-
zens center located on 134 West
River Road from 8:00 a.m. until
3:00 p.m.; CT. Applications are
also available at the WIG -center
located on 198 Peters Street on
Monday and Thursdays from
9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Please
contact Albert McNair at 639-
9910, or Linda Tashuty at 229-;
6847; for more information.
A meeting of the Washington
Improvement Group Board of
Directors and its members will be
held on Thursday. June 3, at 6:00
p.m:, ET, at the WI\G Teen Center.
The meeting will start on time-
' please plan to attend.

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health, clinical decision-making
and bioethics.
"During eleven days of first-
hand experiences in a motivating
and challenging environment.
participants see the world of med-
icine from a perspective unlike
any other. They leave having
gained a valuable head start.
toward the careers and successes
they dream of achieving," said Dr.
William Levin. President Emeri-
tus. The University of Texas
Medical Branch at Galveston.
The National Youth Leader-
ship Forum is a non-profit edu-
cational organization which
sponsors highly specialized.
career-oriented programs for
outstanding secondary youth
with demonstrated leadership-
abilities.
The National Youth
Leadership Forum conducts
annual forums on medicine, law,
and defense, intelligence and
diplomacy.
Many students are nominated
to participate in these forums by
high school teachers and guid-
ance counselors.


Riley Lewalne Hicks

It's A Boy!
.Milan and Shannon Jo Hicks
'of Eastpoint are proud to
announce the birth of their son,
Riley Lewaine Hicks. Riley was
born in Tallahassee on April 20.
He weighed 7 pounds three
ounces and was 20 Inches long.
Maternal grandparents are
Dale and Donna Jo Herndon of
St, George Island and the late
Edna Hicks of Eastpoint.
Maternal great-grandparents are
Charles and Bobbie Davis of Port
St, Joe and Mary Ellen Gortman
of Wewahitchka. He has one
great-great grandmother, Verna
Gortman, of Wewahitchka, and
one brother, Daniel Hicks of
Apalachicola.


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Middleton, of 213 Kalamazoo.
The bride -ig the daughter of
Mrs. Vernia Roach of 154 Main.
and the groom is the son of
Mrs. A: I. Hussman of East,
Alton, Ill.
The Rev. N. Dan' Braby
performed the ceremony in the'
presence of guests from Ohio,
Indiana and Illinois.
The bride, who was given
in marriage by Byron Smith,
chose a gown of white satin
fashioned with a net yoke and
lace inserts.in the skirt. Her
fingertip veil was fastened to a
t beaded tiara. She was attended
by Miss Julaine Broas, maid of
MR. AND MRS. JAMES MIDDLETON honor, and Miss Bette Roach
and Mrs. William Reynolds. They were gownedin identical taffeta and net
dresses. The flowers were colonial bouquets. -
Van Walkins of Ypsilanti was best man. Ray:McAllister and Kenneth
Hughes were ushers.
A reception at the home of the bride's mother followed the wedding.
The couple are at home at the Kalamazoo street address.I
The bride graduated from Battle Creek high school and the groom
from high school in East Alton. She is employed by the Kellogg Company
and he by the Weston Biscuit Co.


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"Quickbooks '99"
Seminar Offered
Gulf Coast Community
, College's Gulf/Franklin Center
and Small Business Development
Center will offer a hands-on comrn-
puter course on "Quickbooks '99".
The course will be held every
Monday beginning June 21, and
ending July 26, from 6:30 until '
9`15 p.m., ET, at the GCCC
Gulf/Franklin Center located on
3800 Garrison Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Room C101.
Topics will be payrolls and
taxes, accounts receivable,
accounts payable, creating esti-
mates, job cost reports, bank
accounts and many others. '
The cost ofthe seminar is $99
per person. Registration must be
made at the GCCC Gulf/Franklin
iCenter.

Quinn Achieves Lashune Denise Leslie
FAMU Dean's List Thanks from Leslie


,Sandy Quinn, Sr. and
Vanessa Whitley would like to
announce the achievement of
their son; Sandy E. Quinn, Jr.
Sandy accomplished the Dean's
List at Florida A&M Universitiy
wioh a,3.5 G.P.A. Sandy is looking
forward to graduating from FAMU
in the Spring of 2000 ;with a
Bachelor of Science degree in
criminal justice, and a minor in
4 sociology.

NJROTC Car Wash
The NJROTC students of Port
St. Joe High School will be hold-
ing a car wash Saturday, May 22.
starting at 9:00 a.m. until.
The students will be at the
'Capital City Bank adjacent to
Frank Pate Park. Please come out
and support these students.



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La'Shune Leslie, a 1988 Port
St. Joe High School graduate, is
currently working for San Diego
County as a child protective ser-
vices worker. Sheis also a first
lieutenant in the Army Reserves.
La'Shune received her BA in
psychology' arid her officer's com-
mission in the Army at the
University of VWest Florida 'in
Pensacola. She recently received
her MA in counseling psychology
at Nauonal. University. in San
'Diego. California.
La'Shune would like to thank
her parents, Rawlis and Sharon
Leslie,' her grandparents. Jack
and Lessie Leslie. Minirs Addison
and Billy *Addison, her aunts.
Beverly Daniels and Cynthia
Hughley. her village Mrs. Cleo
Bess, Annie Dawson, Mrs. Beck.
Mrs. Laura. Gloria Gant. Mr. and
Mrs. Chester and Maxine Gant.
and school staff. Sarah Riley,
Mrs. Patterson, Ms. Dismuke.
Coach Williams. Commander
Humphrey. and Carl and
Christine White.
She feels that the patience.
kindness, support, motivation.
and knowledge these mdividuals
extended to her molded her into
the person she is today.


Lions Club Plans
Installation of Officers
The Beaches Lions Club will
hold the annual installation of
officers at- the Fish House
Restaurant in Mexico Beach on
Tuesday. May- 25, at 6:30 p.m.':
The officers for the coming year
are: President, Millie Lyies: Vice-
President. Meredith Ingram:
Secretary. June Shaw: Treasurer,
Lyle Shaw: Tail Twister. Carol
Bonanno: Lion Tamer, Margaret
Moody; and directors Kathleen
Lyles. Ruth Hauge and Charles
Ingram.

Lions District Governor Dr.
Wendell Lotz of Pensacola will
install the new officers. Guests
are invited and anyone interested
in becoming a member of the
Lions' Club may call Ruth or Bob
at 647-3473.


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M PSJHS Class of 1969


SPlans July Reunion


The Class of 1969 will gather
in Port St. Joe for its 30 year high
school reunion. A dinner at
Butler's Restaurant beginning at
6:30 p.m., Friday, July 2nd, will
kick off the fun-packed weekend,
(dutch treat).
Saturday, July 3rd,; at
approximately 10.00 a.m.. class
members will again gather for a
family picnic and fellowship.
"Head Chef' will be none other
than Teedy Nobles, with Glen
Combs assisting. Please bring a
side dish. snacks, and dnnks for
.this event. Our picnic will con-
clude around 2:00 or 3:00 p.m.
Later Saturday evening, those
previously signed up by the May
25th deadline, will depart from
Grand Lagoon in Panama City
Beach. for a dinner cruise aboard '
the beautiful Lady Anderson
Yacht at 7:30 p.m., eastern time.


Stephanie Kramer`
Is HOBY Candidate
The Hugh O'Brien Youth
Foundation conducted its 1999
North Florida Youth Leadership
Seminar in Tallahassee during
the weekend of May 7 through 9
at the Florida State University
Campus in Tallahassee.
The youth leadership seminar
was attended by 115 high school
sophomores representing high
schools throughout North Flonda.
The pnmary goals of HOBY.
seminars are to seek out
America's most promising lead-
ers. recognize them for their cur-
rent leadership roles, and provide
them with the tools to enhance
their own leadership potential.
In cooperation with this mis-
sion, each high school pnncipal
selected one student to be their
school's seminar partici-
pant/HOBY Ambassador. Amnbas-
sadors were selected on the basis
of demonstrated leadership abili-
ties.
This year's ambassador from
Wewahitchka High School was
Stephanie Kramer. Stephanie
said. "It was an extremely highly
moutated group and to meet oth-
ers with similar goals-a great
experience."
Stephanie and her parents
Would like to thank the Woman's
Club of Wewahitchka for sponsor-
ing her in Tallahassee.


Organizers feel they have planned
a great reunion and hope every
1969 classmate will attend.
So far, they have been able to
locate everyone, but the following
four-Susie Binion. Robert Lewis
(Skipper) Flint. John Spencer
Ford. and Susanna Stowell.
Anyone having any informa-'
tion on the above classmates or
any questions regarding the
. reunion, please call Cathy Boone
Mott at (850) 227-1313. Teed&.
and Jan Nobles at (8501 229-
6.706. or Glen and Juawana
Combs at (8501 227-1689. A very
special thanks to Mary Bryant for
all your help.


Tsa Da'nang Quinn

Tsa Graduates!
Sandy Quinn. Sr. and
Vanessa Whitley would like to
announce the graduation of their
daughter. Tsa Da'nang Quinn on
May 1st where the commence-
ment proceeded in Bragg
Memorial Stadium. Tsa graduated
with an overall G.P.A. of a
3.7/4.0. ....
She was selected by the Dean
of Education to become a member
of Phi Lambda Theta. an honors
organization. Tsa %will be leaving
,to go to Dallas. Texas to pursue
employment.
Commenting on her effort to
succeed, Tsa said. "To all of the
young ladies with children, know
'that you can make it. I have had
many obstacles in mv way. and
the Lord has made a way for me .
i. Know that you can do anything
that you want to iI you pray. and
believe."


What's All This

With the Daisy?
National Organization on
Adolescent Pregnancy, Parenting,
and Prevention (NOAPPP) has
introduced a new national aware-
ness symbol to promote adoles-
cent pregnancy prevention-the
daisy with a green ribbon as its
stem.
Why the daisy? In the lan-
guage of flowers, "daisy" means
"flower beloved by children". It is
inexpensive so people can use
real daisies to tie a green nbbon
around them. A daisy symbolizes
innocence and freshness. Finally,
the legs of the daisy are designed
to suggest an awareness ribbon.
The total symbol is unique!
The new national awareness
symbol is receiving great
response. There is a great
opportunity to promote a unifying
national symbol. It is the goal that
this symbol become associated
with pregnancy prevention
efforts, just as the red nbbbn has.
become the hallmark of AIDS
awareness.,

Concrete Blocks
Concrete blocks to be used at
the Wewahitchka Community
Center will be sold at'
Wewahitchka State Bank and its
branch offices for 85.00 each.
Donation jars are available at
Creek Stop and Jr. Mart in
Wewahitchka. All proceeds will be
used to renovate the Wevwahitch-
ka Community Center.


In recognition of "Teen
Pregnancy Prevention Month"
daisy vases such as the one in
the photo above have been
placed in businesses around
the area.

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S Ty's Birthday Celebration. Our turtle-riffic Tyndal Savers
-n mascot is having an awesome birthday bash, and he wants
) ",- wants you to join the fun! From 9:00" a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
00, ? you can,,enjoy complimentary birthday cake, cotton
candy snow cones, and soft drinks. There ,will- be
tons of activities, like the NFL Helmet Moonwalk, cool
music, a gigantic inflatable slide, and the NFL inflatable

obstacle course. Visit the KidCare ID tent, then check out the U.S. Wildlife Service's
Turtle exhibit. The Panama City Police Department;will be fingerprinting for KidCare
SID cards and McGruff the Crime Dog will be on hand to help Ty celebrate.,*Ty. will
be posing for pictures with his pals, and there will be plenty of prizes for everyone.

Kids may open their Tyndall Savers account at this event (with a parent's help).


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PAGE 6A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1999

Junior Service

League to Host


Big
The Junior
will be hosting a
raise money fo:
events sign to b
corner of Cecil
Boulevard and H
The event, a
take place this F
at Chateau Ne
Breakfast, loc
Monument Avenu
the evening. Hor
be served by Ro
various If Ague n
are $20.00 per pi
The commui
will be placed wh
now in Frank
league hopes" to
moved to Shipy;
the Chamber o
located. Paula P
son of this project
al interior design
this event we
achieved 100%';
required to con
sign."
Bill Kennedy
Engineenng has a
the community
said. "We will m(
one in Parker. We
measurements. d


- -


Fundrai ser
Service League have Paula Pickett modify it to
unique party to resemble our Constitution
r a community Monument."
)e placed on the Trish Warriner, outgoing
G. Costin, Sr. president of the league said, "With
highway 98. an attractive' sign such as,this, it
wine tasting, will will allow, the city to advertise
'riday, May 21st, community events so residents
emours Bed & and visitors will know what is
ated at 505 happening and make plans
ae at 6:00 p.m. in accordingly. It will also create an
rs d'oeuvres will eye catching entrance into Frank
)bin Downs and Pate Park."
embers. Tickets The Junior Service League
rsn was initiated in 1996 by ladies
nity events sign who were interested in volunteer-
ere the anchor is ing in the community. They have
Pate Park. The hosted such events as the Cajun
have the anchor cooking demonstration, the
ard ,Cove. where Annual New Year's Eve Gala and
f Commerce is 'Monumental Music", a free con-
ickett, chairper- cert in Constitution Park ..
t and profession- The league also provided v.l-
ner. said, "After.. unteers :': during the Scallop
hope to "have. :Festal and assisted with the
of the financing Accelerated Reader Program at
struct the new % Port St Joe Elementary.
Anyone wishing to attend
of Preble-Rish should call Trish Warriner at 227-
igreed to design 1600 to obtain tickets or make'
events sign. He reservations to purchase tickets,
model it after the at the door. If you would like to
will need to take make a contribution, please mall
downsize it and

'- Wewahitchka


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LOVED FAMILY PET
10 year old yellow lab from Cape
Sands Landing called George. He
is 91 Ibs. with hip dysplacia.
Black collar with tag. Please
contact Dr Nelson at 229-8400,
or owner at 229-2618, leave a
message. Weekly day phone is
227-1121 ext. 182.
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Outreach on 20th'
"Outreach" will be conducted
in Wewahitchka on Thursday.
May 20th (today), 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
information about the many ser-
vices available to seniors, age 60
and over. by the Gulf County
Senior Citizens Association, Inc.


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following scores:
Fourth Grade-Port St. Jod
Elementary School, 65% scored
3.0 or above; and Wewahitchka
Elementary School, 88%.
Eighth Grade-Port St. Joe
Middle School School, 92% scored
3.0 or above; and Wewahitchka
Middle School, 84%.
Tenth Grade-Port St. Joe
High School, 86% scored 3.0 or
above; and Wewahitchka High
School, 88%.
District-Wide-fourth grade,
72%; eighth grade, 89%; and
tenth grade, 82%.


BBQ to Benefit
Mold-A-Male
: On Saturday, May 22nd, local
chef Paul Gant will host a barbe-
cue in the park adjacent to
Capital City .Bank from 11 00
a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
Delicious rib dinners will be
available for $6, and chicken din-
ners will be $5. 'All orders come
with cole slaw, baked beans, and
bread. Your support of this Mold-
A-Male benefit fundraiser is
appreciated.


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.immai s *** ... iCr- wr2te '.a-% i ..:
The Junior Service League hopes to raise enough money to build
a bulletin board similar to the one shown above.


your check payable to the Jr
Service League. P. 3. Box 114.
Port St. Joe. FL 32457. Please


indicate in the memo area of your
check that it is to be used for the
"CommunitLy Events Sign".


Gulf Co. Schools


FCAT Scores Up


Submitted by S. Al. Eubanks
Gulf District Schools exceed-
ed the state average in all areas of
the FCAT (Florida Comprehensio
Assessment Test) except fifth
grade math. The state set the
scores higher at this level for
some reason. Even with this.
Wewahitchka Elementary sur-
passed the state average by 10.
points.
Compared to 25 schools in
this general area, both high
schools did quite well. Both
schools ranked tenth in reading.
Wewahitchka High School ranked
fourth in math and Port St. Joe
High School eleventh.
With both scores combined.
Wewahitchka High School placed
eighth. Overall, our schools
improved over their performance
of the previous year.
The state has set the stan-
dards quite high and will issue
grades on each school according
to several criteria In a few weeks.


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Work is ongoing to keep our
schools in line with established
bench marks.

Gulf Students Show
Writing Improvement
Florida Writes is administered
in grades four, eight, and 10. Gulf
District was recognized by the
state as one of the counties mak-
ing the most improvement in both
grades four and eight.
Schools 'must meet' certain
state standards 'to' avoid being
identified as a "critically low"
school. One requirement involves
the percent of students scoring
3.0 or above on writing: fourth
grade-50," score 3.0 or above:
eighth grade-75. score 3.0 or
above: and tenth grade-800u
score 3.0 or above.
Our schools fared quite well
in this regard as evidenced by the


Dining


Potlucks Repr

The poluck is an age-ld traditipon
that encourages swapping recipes,
sharing fellowship and fun. Spring and
summer are the ideal time to, host- a
neighborhood gathering or family re-
union. Food and con'.ersatioh are the
key to a successful event
.:Family reunion> are a fun way to
gather the generations today for good
food and memories. Sharing food at a
family potluck is great way to pass
down memories from generation to
generation. Or a neighborhood potluck
is the perfect \va to gather friends
% itheut strairmng the budget Poilucks
ensure interesting food without a lot
of work. Appointing someone to orga-
nize the menu means a variety of
foods that will satist, every diner.
Certain dishes ma\ represent native
hernige or simple. prepared fa\or-
ites.
Deli meats are a great a.\ 10t satis .
appetites Sand%.iches are popular with
all ages and can be assembled quickly
for convenience Caieroles and salads
are part of the potluck tradition.
To make sure your family gathering is
a success-keep these tips in mind from
Sthe farmer-o, ners that o% n Farmland
Keep hot foods hot and cold food
cold. Pack casseroles in the nes in.u-
lated casserole dishes or insulate wiinh
newspapers and paper bags.
Pack a cooler with ice and store per-
ishables safely. .
Keep the buffet oui f r no more than
two .hours.and discard lhco,.ers th'at.
have been exposed to extreme weather
conditions.


Fun


, Plan a, parr, tra, that tearure dell
mineats for quick and ejs: snacking
Deli trays are perfect for indoor or
outdoor gatherings. You can make your
own tray or pick it up at your favorite
grocery store. Keep trays cold by serv-
ing over a bed of ice or keeping in an
insulated cooler -
Arrange meats and cheeses in a circu-
lar pattern on serving platters, for an
attractive presentation ,...
Add color and interest with, cherry
,tomatoes, Italian leaf parsley and hot
peppers. o l
Allow 4 ounce:, of cooked lean mieal
p6er.person Increase the serving size if
serving larger sandwiches or hearty
appetites -
STry these recipes from the farmer-
owners that own Farmland: 1
Baked beans are a favorite!dish. Try
the sveet 'flavor of Farmlarid Honey
'Maple Bacon ri1 this cas~crole for a
fla'.or t Ois :t r use Farmland Hickor,
Smoked Bacon for a traditornal faor-
ite: .
- ',' Barbecued Baked Beans .
1. package.(16 ounces). Farnlarnd
Honie, Maple or Hic k:r,
Smoked Bacon,. cooked and
crumbled.
2/3 cup,barbecue sauce
1/3 cup catsup
2 tablespoons brown sugar,
.1 teaspoon dry mustard
2 teaspoons cider vinegar ,
S 3 cans (16 ounces each) pork.,
: and bejris, drained
,Combine ingredients min a 2-qtiart
casserole. Bake, covered, at 350 de-
grees, 45 minutes. Makes 8 to 10 serv-
ings..
Try this interesting salad for a new
potluck sensation! Carry salad ingredi-
ents in separate-'containersand.assem-
ble at the gathering. Ser\e dressing otn'
the side to keep the salad crisp and
delicious.
Farmland Pork Oriental Salad
1 package Farmland Extra .
Tender.Pork Stir Fry Strips
(1 p,:,u ndi .',
2 cups c'o:rsel, chopped leaf
spinach
1.1/2 cups fresh bean sprouts .
.1 1/2 cups fresh pea pods, cut in..
bite-size pieces,
1 cup coarselychopped
red cabbage....
3 green onions, chopped
1 package (3 ounces) ramen'
oriental noodles ..-
1/4 cup sliced almonds (optional)
2/3 cup unsweetened pineapple
juice
1 1/2 teaspoons grated ginger root
Sesame seeds (optional)
Stir fry pork strips in non-stick hot
skillet until thoroughly cooked. Toss
spinach, bean sprouts, pea pods, red
cabbage, green onion and almonds in
largee bowl. Break noodles into small
pieces and add to vegetables; tossing to
blend. Mix seasoning packet from
noodles with pineapple juice and ginger
for dressing. Arrange pork :strips in'
circular pattern ori vegetable mixture.'
Sprinkle with sesame seeds. Serve with
dressing as desired.


'-.L

Seated, from left, are Karissa Thomas, treasurer; Erica Ailes,
secretary; Adam White, vice president; and Nicole Smith, presi-
dent. Standing, from left, are sophomore senators, John-Patrick
Floyd and Lisa Curry; junior senators, Susan Medina and Bonnie
Belin; and senior senator, Amanda Marquardt. Kareta Monette,
also a senior senator, was unavailable for the photo.
PRSJHS Student Government Holds Banquet
'On Tuesday, May 18th. students, parents, and friends gathered in
the library of Port St. Joe High School for the Second Annual Student
,!/Government Installation Banquet. Members of the executive council for
the 1999-2000 school year were sworn in by promising to represent the
needs of the student body. The students chosen for the council positions
in a recent election 'are shown In the photo above. .
The Student Government would like to extend a special thanks to its
guest speaker Kesley Colbert and Mary Lou Cumbie for their inspira-
tional additions to the ceremony.



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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1999 PAGE 7A


Short Course On the Description and Habits of Hurricane Winds and Tides
Hurricanes are nature's most the air over the ocean warms up effects both coastal and inland Residents of storm-prone ares A hurricane warning is issued tions.
severe storms. High winds, clouds considerably, picks up moisture areas. should purchase flood insurance when a hurricane with winds of Stay informed of atmosphere
and rain move around the calm and begins to move in a circular *High winds from 74 to 200 (which is not provided in a home- 74 mph or higher, or a combina- behavior by listening to NOA
center, the eye of the hurricane. motion, forming a tropical depres- mph, take down trees, houses owners policy). tion of dangerously high water Weather Radio. NOAA Weath
-Next to the eye are the strongest sion. If the wind speed accelerates and anything else in the storm's A hurricane watch is issued and very rough seas, are expected Radio broadcasts Nation
winds, which make up the eye above 39 mph, it becomes a trop- path. when a hurricane or hurricane in a specific coastal area within Weather Service warnings, watc


wall. These winds swirl around
the eye in a counter-clockwise
notion at speeds anywhere from
74 to 200 mph. Hurricane season
runs from June 1 until November
30, with August, September and
October as the busiest months of
the season.
In the summer and late fall,



IUtiliz
ffinanced positions that were
S:available through the grants.
That would result in a force of
10 to 12 officers, depending upon
-whether Leffert is successful in
getting the two positions funded.
'Leffert was successful in getting
.the $637,000 C.O.P.S. grant
:award to Port St. Joe in March,
-after budget shortfalls threatened
lay-offs of much of the city police


ical storm and is given a name.
When the winds reach 74 mph,
the storm becomes a hurricane.
A striking hurricane creates
four major hazards: storm surge,
high winds, tornadoes and heavy
rains.
*Storm surge is a rise in sea
level caused by strong winds. It


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force. .
"$600,0 CDBG Application
Julian Webb, of Julian Webb
and Associates, approached the
commission seekinrithe go-ahead
to submit applications for a
$600,000 CDBG grant to extend
sewer and water service to the
proposed light industrial park at
Costin Air Park.


Interested in an exciting career in
the Health Science field? Become
a Certified Nursing Assistant!

The next CNA class will begin Juie 28th,
1999. Class will be held at: the, Gulf Franklin
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through Thursday.
Contact the Health Sciences Division at .
the. Gulf Franklin Center at 227-9670 for
information regarding application and
Registration procedure
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Cemetery Lots Available

at Buckhorn Cemetery
The City of Wewahitchka is pleased to announce that
there are many lots and family plots available for pur-
chase at the city-owned and operated Buckhom
Cemetery in WVewahitchka, Florida. ...

The price schedule for the available lots is, 1 lot @
$400.00, 2 lots for $500.00, 5 lots for $750.00, and a
10 1ot section for $1,000,00. Financing is available at
10% for the purchase of two lots or more, and a down
payment of 2%.

Commissioner Cox states "These lots are an excellent
value and fulfill a need that we will all face at some
point. I hope the citizens in this area will take advan-.
tage of the available lots at their current prices, while
at the same time thoughtfully relieving their loved
ones.from having to deal with this burden in the
midst of their grief"

Overall these lots are'priced below the average market
price in the State of Florida. Actually 'they are quite a
bargain, as there are,s.ome surrounding areps that are
facing a shortage of available lots and in many larger
'cities th4 price for one lot exceeds the cost ot 10 at
Buckhorn.

Information concerning these lots can be obtained
from Donald Nlinchew, City Manager for the Cityiof
Wewahitchka at (850) 639-2605. ,


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*Tornadoes are often
spawned by hurricanes. If this
occurs, seek shelter immediately
in an interior bathroom or small
hall, preferably below ground
level.
*Flooding caused by the tor-
rential rains can occur in both
coastal and inland areas.


(From Page 1)
A boat building manufacturer
is continuing to make plans to
locate at the site near Jones
Homestead. The 'CpBG grant, if
awarded, would be contingent on
the boat plant moving ahead with
its construction plans.
The City of Port St. Joe, Gulf
County Commissioners, and the
St. Joe Company have been
actively involved in assisting the
company's efforts to get started.
Webb also got permission
from commissioners to apply for
up to $100,000 in grant funds to
help with the water portion of the
project.
"'Commissioners have also
noted that if the plans go through,
sewer lines would be in place for
future sewer expansion to the
Cape San Blas and Indian Pass
areas.
In Other Business
; *Prior to the board's regular
meeting, the commission held a
public hearing to finalize the RDA
82.5 million loan for marina con-
struction. Now that the marina is.
complete, the board must transfer
the construction bond Issue over
to regular loan funds through the
RDA at 4.75% interest on 40-year
terms.
*The board recessed its regu-
lar meeting until 5:00 Thursday,.
at which time it will reconvene to.
rank RFP's for grant writer/engi-
neers' services for the city. The
board has received seven propos-
als to provide the service.
eAgreed to contact the county
concerning paving ofa road in the
Ward Ridge area.
*The chicken disturbance .
complaint heard during the
,board's last regular meeting
apparently resolved itself over the
past two weeks.
*Commissioners asked Public
Works Superintendent Terry
McDaniel to continue investigat-
ing alternatives to purchasing
bags. for the city recycling pro-
gram. The board discussed pur-
chasing recycle container as a one
time purchase that could save the
city money in the long run.
*Board voted 3-2 against giv-
ing Arden Stephens some relief off
his water, bill after a leak between
the city's main and his home
expelled over 280,000 gallons of
water over a two month billing,
cycle.
Mayor Johnny Linton and
S:Commissioner Charles Tharpe
voted in favor of adjusting the bill,
while Commissioners Jerry
:Barnes, David Horton, and
Damon McNair opposed. Linton
and Tharpe said they felt the
board should help Stephens out
by adjusting what will be over
$600 in water bills. McNair stated
the city checked out the problem
and it was the property owner's
responsibility. I
Commissioner Horton said if
the city does it for one person,
then they would have to give relief
to all. He further noted that board
may have to consider each
request on a case by case basis.


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conditions pose a threat to coastal
areas, generally within 36 hours.
Everyone in the areas covered, by
the watch should listen for fur-
ther advisories and be prepared if
a hurricane warning or evacua-
tion is issued.


24 hours. When ia hurricane
warning is issued, all precautions
should be completed immediately.
If the hurricane's path is unusual
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information 24 hours'a day. It is
provided as a public service by
the Department of Commerce's
National Oceanic and Atmo-
spheric Administration.


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Gold Card Club Honors PSJ
Middle School Students
During ceremonies held last Thursday morning.
A APort St. Joe Middle School students who have excelled
academically this school year were recognized b' Gold
Card Club representatives.
S( Those students who maintained a perfect 4.0
grade point average were presented with a plaque and
7j certificate recognizing them for "Superior Academic
Achievement". Those students are pictured above in
of the top photo.
They are (bottom row, r to 1): Sixth Graders-Sheena Bell, Kimberly Burkert. Caroline Capps. Jamie
Davis. Casey Flanagan. Andrea GalIor. Aaron Little. Stev'en Lucas. Anna Salzer. Laura Sea\', and Sean
Thompson: (center row, I to r) SeSenth Graders-Collins Abrams. Brittany Alford. Becky Belin. Jessica
Bland. Margaret Boone, Shanna Collier. Brittany Crocker. Tommy Curry.n icah Dodson. Molly Garrett.
Kale Guillot: (top row. to r) SeJenth Graders-Ashley Haddock. Austin Horton. Ali McKeithen. Melissa
Nixon. Randi Sasser. Allison Walther. and Preston Wigsten; and Eighth Graders. Katie Geoghagan.
Margaret Gibson. Traci Richardson, and Tyler Weimorts.
A so honored for excellent academic achievement were students who have earned a grade point aver-
age of 3,5 during the year. Those students, ,shown in the center photo above. were. awarded a plaque and
certificate as well They are (bottom row, I to r) Sixth 6rad6rs-Lacv Carter. Ryan Craig. Lacey Franklin,
Hrather Henderson, Jonathan Howse. Michelle Mathews. Kenny McFarland. WVhitne, Nixon, Charissa
Powell. Jessi Rogers. Sandra Roney: (second row. I to r) Sixth Graders-Brenda, Smith, Lacye Spears,
Megan Todd and Magan Waldrop; and Seventh Graders-Shawna Bond, Ashby Davis. Samantha Evanis,
Jessica Ford. Moses Medina. Nick Reynolds: Ithird row. I to r) Joshua Watkins. Stephen Tarantino, Cody
Strickland. and B. J. Strickland: and Eighth Graders-Danielle Barnes, Randi Boddye. James Daniels,
Chrystal Dawson, Susan Elimer. Patrick Fitzgerald: (top row. I to r) Spencer Foust, Chris Hendricks, Jolie
Hogan. Christopher Perrin. Sarah Quaranta. Vicki Reed. Jessica Sherrill, Anna Tankersley, Aaron
Watson. and Ashley White. Seveenth graders Chris Fuze, Brian Jones, and Kris Searcy and eighth grader
Brvan Thomas were not present for the photo.
Students who had earnedat least two gold cards during the first three grading periods of the school
year received certificates in recognition of their studious academics. They were: (bottom row, I to r) Sixth
Graders-Travis Burge. Victoria Cordova. KYla Mo6ore, Danielle Myrick, Ryan Wood, and Kayla White;
(center row. I to r) Seventh Graders-Joshua Duty, ,obert Flowers. Jennifer Hersey, Lyndsey Hill, David
SHopper, Kiandra Johnson : ftop row. 1 to r) Rusfi~lle Lamboy, Shawn Reynolds, and Melody Zimmerman,
and Eighth Graders-Carla Johnson and Adam Nixon.


Notice of Switch

Change Out


On May 22, 1999, beginning at 1:01 AM EDT, GT Ctom will be changing out the digital
central office switches in the allowing exchanges:


Alligator Point Apalachicola
Eastpoint Port St. Joe
The Beaches (includes Mexico Beach & St. Joe Beach)
Tyndall Air Force Base "':Wewahitchka


Carrabelle
St. George Island


There is a probability that telephone service will be interrupted during this change out.
Both outgoing and incoming service may be temporarily affected. Service outage time will
be kept to an absolute minimum, in most cases only a few minutes.

Customers in the above exchanges who have Call Forwarding or Speed Call will need to
reprogram their phones as soon as the cut is completed on the 22nd. Since Caller ID will
become available after the testing period is completed, beginning June 1, all customers
with a Non Published Number will need to use the following procedure in order to be
assured that their number is not displaQyd to the party they are calling: (1) Lift the receiver.
(2) Listen for Dial Tone. (3) Press *67 (4) Listen for a confirmation tone followed by a dial
tone. (5) Dial the desired telephone number.

We apologize for any inconvenience-this may cause; however, this change out once
completed and tested, will position GT Com to furnish more advanced services, such as
Caller ID, Call Return, Voice Mail, ISDN and others.


GT Corn
502 Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Blvd.
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Dial 811 or 1-800-772-7288


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MEDITATIONS OF A
^QTountr 3re~acJer

By LOWELL F. ADAMS
God of
ThisWorld
The god of this world
is coming, and has
nothing in common
with me
Jesus in John 14:30
E GOD OF THIS WORLD is Satan, the Devil.
ISatan is the power for evil in this world, He
changes and perverts the Scripture. He opposes
anything that has to do with God or His Church. He
works to hinder the spread of the Gospel of Salvation
through Jesus Christ. He has the power to work lying
wonders before our very eyes. He can appear as an
angel of light. He can destroy the testimony of God's
children. Gospel ministers can sometimes be his tools.
Ephesians 6:11-17 tells those who look to God. to
put on the whole armour of God, for we are at war with
atan. We are not wrestling against flesh and blood,
but against principalities, against soverign rules of
high powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this
world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. With
this Godly armour we will be able to stand against all of
Satan's onslaughts.
This Armour of God consists of Truth, Right, Peace
and the shield of Faith. God urges us to be, sure and
have on the helmet of Salvation, and be armed with His
Sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of God. ,
Unless we are properly armed, we are subject to be
attacked by Satan at our" weakest point. In II
Corinthians 10:3-5 we are instructed in the proper use
of our weapons of war. "We walk in the flesh, but we do
not wage war after the flesh. For the weapons of our
warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God, to the
pulling down of mighty strongholds; Casting down
imaginations, and every high thing that exalts itself
against the knowledge of God, and bringing into`
captivity, every thought to the obedience of Christ."
In the Garden, Satan attacked Eve with the
thoughts of her mind. He caused her to disbelieve what
God had said, and made her see the forbidden fruit ,as .
"Good for food, and pleasant to the eyes." She "saw
nothing wrong with it."
That is exactly what he will do with us, if we are
not properly "armed" against his onslaught. You and I
have the same weapon or sword that Jesus had when
Satan tempted Him The Word of God.
Many times we think we thought of doing that
little wrong act. But look around. Satan is right there.
Very likely he put that ugly thought in your mind.


BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
311 Columnbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD u
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM ET EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PM ET
N i Sunwid School 9:45 am Wednesday Night at 6:00 p.m. Youth
Group MNeeing, Bible Scud\ & Prayer Meedng; Choir Practice 7:00 pm
"0 taste and see thar rl.,: Lord isood: b hlessid is rkhi man that trusethb in Him."
Please accept ri'.'s ii. rira rion to join us in worship. God bless you!
Pastor David Nichiols Church 647-5026 Home 769-8725
For intormition concerning our bus minister please call 647'-5026 -


First Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
Church Office 227-1493' Gus Carpenter, Pastor
Sunday School., .. ..... ... ..... .. 9:45 a.m.
Sunrdav Mournmig Worship . .00 a.m ..... .
Sunday Evenmin Service ...... 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday ..... .. : .;" 7:00 p m
We-d.esd... ....................... p m.
We Invite You to Come
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us



first United Methodist Church
111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Sunday Worship
Services ................ 9:00 a.m. and 11 :00 a.m. 'CT

MINISTERING TO THE BEACHES HAND-IN-HAND
Rev. Ted Lovelace, Pastor Dr. John Anderson, Music Director
Parsonage Phone: 648-4424 Office Phone: 648-8820 ,


THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY '

ST. JAMES' 800 22ndSTREET PORT ST. JOE
; 7:30 and 11:00a.m. (ET)
r+.9.++ Sunday School 9:45 ..".
ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor


Anna Grace Dees Joe Green


Anna Grace Dees, 88, of Port
St. Joe died Saturday afternoon,
May 8, in a local nursing home.
Born in Indiana, she moved to
Port St. Joe in 1942 from
Attapulgus, Georgia. She was a
homemaker and a member of the
First Baptist Church of Port St.
Joe.
Mrs. Dees is survived by her
three daughters: Mary Baxley and
husband, Robert of Port St. Joe;
Betty D. Edwards and husband,
Charles "Sunny" of Ellenton: and
Abbie G. Conner and husband,
Milton of Pensacola; nine gran.-
children, 16 great-grandchildren
and three great-great grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Dees were conducted on Monday,
May 10, at 11:00 a.m. ET in the
First Baptist Church of Port St.
Joe. Interment followed in the
Holly Hill Cemetery.
Asked to serve as pallbearers
were Danny, Richard, Bryan, and
Josh. Baxlevy Wayne Conner,
Clyde Still, John Strickland,
Travis Monroe and Jameg
Taunton.

If YOU See News Happening.

Call The Starat 227-1278


Joe Green, 78, of Port St. Joe
passed away Sunday in a Panama
City hospital. He was the brother
of Alice and Mandie Davis.
The funeral service will be
held at 2:00 p.m., ET, Saturday at
the Mount Carmel Baptist
Church, conducted by Rev.
Luther Baker. Interment will fol-
low in the family plot in Forest
Hill Cemetery. He will lie in state
in the church from 5:00 until 7:00
p.m. Friday, and from 12:00 until
.2:00 Saturday.
All services are under the
direction of the Comforter
/ Funeral Home

Audrey Juanita Scoville
Audrey Juanita Scoville, 96,
of Port St. Joe Beach, passed
away Tuesday, May 11, at Gulf
Pines Hospital. A native of
Ashland, Maine, she will be
remembered as a music and
piano 'teacher to many Gulf
County children over the past 25
years.
Mrs. Scoville is preceded in
death by her husband, Irving V.
Scoville, and is survived: by two
nieces.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home.


Pentecost
In Acts 2:1 we find, "When the
day of Pentecost had come, they
were all together in one place."
The apostles gathered together in
S the name of the Lord. The Holy
Spirit came upon them. They
were strengthened in their
Oliver F. Taylor Christian witness.
Visitation Minister, First As Christians .we need to
United Methodist Church come together to worship God.
There is power when Christians meet together. Some
people seem to, think they worship better when they are
alone. At times, we need to be alone with God. However,
I feel the power'most when I share time, with other
Christians.
The church is the place where God calls us to wor-
i, ship Him. We, who are identified as the body of Christ.
find pur strength as,~we gather with fellow Christians.
There is strength in numbers. Pentecost was not a "one
on one" relationship with God. It was a group meeting
with God. Think it over, and plan to attend church this
Sunday.


Tobacco-Free's 4:00 ET, at theWewahitchka High
School Media Center. Students
SMeeting requiring transportation should
contact Sabrina Burke, Tobacco
The next meeting for the Coordinator,' at 227-1276, exten-
Tobacco- Free Partnership of Gulf sion 114, no later than Thursday,
County will held May 25th, at May 20th.


JESUS CHRIST HIS MESSAGE OUR SOURCE

Liberty Bible Church
\ WM'elcomes You To Its Services

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

Pastor Guy Labonte Phone 648-5912


S"APor of Victo r y"

1Firs Ck ckrfe o azcene.
2420 Long A\Ve,, P3S+ StJoe, Florida'32456
(850) 229-9596
Sunday School ...................... 10 a.m. Give unto lte Lord tlie 9lory
Sunday Morning Worship ............. 11 a.m. dJe His name, worship ilie
Sunday Evening Worship ................. 6 p.m. Lo,-J in ile hea ,t' of i[ohness.
Wednesday Evening Service ............".'.17 p.m. Psaili 29-2

The friendly place to worship!

First Baptist Church
Mexico Beach Jim Davis, Pastor
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES


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Worship Sundays at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Bible Study Sundays at 9:00 a.m. (all ages)
Wednesday Adult Prayer and Bible Study at 6:00 p.m.
Please note, all times central!


Observe Youth &
Young Adult Day
The Annual Youth and Young
Adult Day will be observed at
Philadelphia Primitive Baptist
Church on Sunday, May 23rd.
Minister Kenton Floyd of Bethel
A.M.E. Church, of Tallahassee,
will be the guest speaker.
Services will begin with
church school at 9:30 a.m., and
the worship services commence at
11 a.m. Everyone is cordially
invited.

Thank You


The family of Grace:'Dees
would like to thank everyone for
the love shown to our family dur-
ing the illness and death of some-
one very special to us. We would
like to thank everyone for their
prayers, visits, cards, flowers and
the 'food that was so lovingly pre-
pared. God bless you all.

Tri-County Sing
The Tri-County Sing will be
held at the Christian Fellowship
Baptist Church on Saturday. May
22nd, beginning at 7:00 p.m., ET.
Everyone is cordially invited to
attend.


Spaghetti Dinners
at New Bethel AME
Members of New Bethel
A.M.E. Church will be serving
spaghetti dinners on Friday, May
21st from 11 a.m. until. Cost for
each plate will be $5.00. Call 229-
6179 to place an order. The
church is located on Avenue C in
Port St. Joe.

Softball for Souls
St. Andrew Assembly of God,
of Panama City, will host its sec-
ond annual "Softball For Souls"
Men's "B" and "C" Church Teams"
Invitational on June 18th and
19th. The tourney will feature a
home run contest[ for men and
women.,
For more information on this
fundraiser for the youth depart-
ment inissions trip, please call
Paul Kelley at (850) 872-8942.

World No Tobacco Day
On Saturday, May 29, at
10:00 a.m., the Washington
Improvement Group will host a
rally in honor of "World No
Tobacco Day." There will be
music, games, food and fun for
all. ., .:; ,


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


The Church Iof Christ
in Wewahitchka wants to make a difference in your life.'
Sunday School ....... ................ .. 9 a.m. CDT
Worship Service ..... . . ..... . 10 a.m. CDT
Wednesday Bible Study ..,. .. .... . 7 p.m.'CDT


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


FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

"' ':' Sixteenth Street Fr
568 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
Sunday Worship ... 10 a.m.
Adult School ......... 11 a.m. X -
eSunday School
*Young Children
*Nursery Available
Pastor Rev.. Reid Calieron Highway 71/Cecil Costin Sr. BId :


S First Baptist Church,
102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOEa
Sr tC'f Allen-Welborn Buddy Caswell
-I* r Pastor liniser of Alusc & Youth
I 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
K "THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORjHIP" j

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

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


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Constitution and Monument
S fPort St. Joe


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH-


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


(850) 227-1724


Methodist Youth -
Fellowship ; . 6-00 p m.'
Evening Worship .. .... 7 30 p rm
Wednesday Choir Practice ... 7:30 p m.


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


Located at 823 N. 15th St., Mexico Beach Corner of'15th & California 648-5776




CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS
Bible Study: Worships
9 a.m. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
6 p.m. Wednesday Nursery
Call 229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32457
K Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue 2


Rev. Jesse Evans
PASTOR


Robert E. Downs, Jr.
Choir Director


Diana Sealey
Youth & Children's Director )


Grace Baptist Chi
U BUT TM05E WHO HOPE IN THE LORD WILL M
RENEW THEIR 5TRENMTH. TME WILL 50AR ON
WINS5 LIKE EAQLE5. 15AIAH 40:31
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


God's
love
is
higher
than
the
heavens

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COPS Reaches 100,000


Congressman Allen Boyd
announced last week that the
Department of Justice Comm-
unity Oriented Policing Services
(COPS) program has reached its
goal of putting 100,000 cops on
the beat. The goal has been met
ahead of schedule and under
budget.
Congressman Boyd applaud-
ed the federally funded communi-
ty policing initiative which, to


date, has granted $19.4 million to
produce police departments
across the Second District of
Florida to put 460 new officers on
the streets.
The COPS program was creat-
ed in 1994 when President
Clinton signed the Violent Crime
Control and Law Enforcement Act
into law. The legislation autho-
rized $8.8 billion for COPS to put
100,000 additional police officers


FI


I(PSJPD Report)
TAKEN IN ON ACTIVE WARRANT
On Monday, May 10th, at
approximately 10:30 p.m.,
Clifford L. Branch, 49, of Panama
City, was arrested by Port St. Joe
Police Department Officer Russell
Burch on an active warrant.
Officer Burch learned of the active
warrant while he was investigat-
ing'a traffic-related incident'.
Two WARRANTS ACTED UPON
Shortly before 2 p.m. on
Thursday, M'ay 13th, Marvin E.
Clenney, 71 was arrested by
Officer Deborah Holloway on two
4 active warrants. According to
Information received, Clenney
was on probation for felony DUI'
and felony driving with suspend- '
ed or revoked license.
Clenney was taken into cus-
tody without incident and trans-,
ported to the Gulf County Jair.
Deputy Marty Williams assisted
Officer Holloway in the arrest.

THANK YOU CITIZENS
The Law Enforcement
Memorial Service held last Friday.
,.went well. The department would
like to thank everyone who took
part in the service and those who
attended in remembrance of the
officers who have given their lives
in the line of duty.
RODE-E-O GREAT FUN
t The Bicycle Rode-E-O that
Sthe Port St. Joe Police
Department sponsored last
Saturday went well. They had 16
children enter the competition.
Trophies were awarded to, those
who placed first, second, and
third in their age groups.
Certificates were given to all
of the children for taking part in
the Rode-E-O. Thelepartmrgt'
S would like to thank jhose individ-
uals who voliiifteeref-to help dur-:
ing this event from the Port St.
Joe Fire Department, the Gulf
SCounty EMS, Mexico Beach Police
;Department and the parents.
Thanks to the local Veterans
of Foreign Wars :members for
donating the money needed to
purchase the food and drinks.
"BUCKLE DOWN" WEEK
May 24th through 30th is.
"Buckle Down" week. During this
time 'law enforcement will be
focusing more on the use of seat-


belts and child restraints.
Everyone should do their part to
protect loved ones and-"BUCKLE
UP".

(Sheriff's Beat)

CHARGED WITH SEXUAL
BATTERY OF MINOR
On Monday, May 17, Gulf
County Sheriffs Department
investigators received a call in ref-
erence to an alleged sexual bat-
tery on a child. Investigator Rita
Piercy and Lieutenant Tom
Godwin went to the hospital and
spoke with, the victim and her
parents.
SDuring questioning, they
were able to determine the first
name of the suspeqt and his place
of employment.
David Randall Polk. 36, of
Mississippi, was arrested a short
time later and charged with sexu-
al battery on a child under 12
years of age., Polk is currently
lodged in the Gulf County Jail
awaiting first appearance."
GRAND THEFT AUTO
On Saturday, May 1st, St. Joe
Beach residents reported that
their vehicle had been stolen. On
. May 4th. the defendant, William
R. Williams was found driving the
vehicle in Hall County, Georgia.
Consequently, Williams. a 36
year old resident of New York, was
arrested ahd charged ,vith 'grand
theft auto. Then;, this ,,past
Sunday, May 16th, he signed an
extradition agreement and was
returned to Gulf County, where
he is jailed on a $5,000 bond.
RECENT BOOKINGS AT THE
GULF COUNTY JAIL
Thursday, May 13th-Gar.
Brooks, Jr. 19, W/M, of Brairfield,
Alabama, failure to appear' (pos-
-session-..of a controlled' sub,
stance); and John Purcell. 52.
W/M, of Mexico Beach, stopping
payment with intent to defraud.
Friday, May 14th--Michael
W. Poe, 33, W/M. of Wewahitch-
ka, domestic battery.
Saturday, May 15th-William
Edenfield. 19. \V/M, of Wewa-
hitchka, violationn of probation
(Jackson County grand theft auto
charge).
Sunday, May 16th-Thomas
Chavous. 33, W/M. of Port St.
Joe. failure to pay fine (worthless
checks).


and sheriffs deputies on
America's neighborhood streets
by the year 2000.
The program's goal is not only
to create additional police posi-
tions, but also to promote com-
munity policing strategies. These
strategies address the causes and
reduce the fear of crime and
social disorder through problem-
solving tactics and community-
police partnerships.
Many experts have cited
Increases in federally funded
community policing programs as
one of the key ingredients in
bringing down the violent crime
rate.

Wanted: People

Who Care ...
The District Two Long-Term
Care Ombudsman Program is
seeking volunteers interested in
inspecting and 'investigating com-
plaint cases concerning the care
of residents in nursing homes,
assisted living facilities, and adult
family care homes. Volunteers are
reimbursed for their travel
expenses to facilities and monthly
meetings.
The council, works with resi-
dents, employees and officials of
nursing homes, assisted living
facilities and adult family care
homes.,
Any interested persons in
Bay, Franklin and Gulf counties
are asked to 'contact the Long-
Term Care Ombudsman Office at
'(850) 413-9000. Minorities and
retirees are encouraged to apply.,


Adopt a Pet Today
The St. Joseph Bay Humane
Society collects dozens of animals
Throughout the'-year, many of
w 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: five red bulldog pups; three
black lab pups; two beagle mix
pups; four beagles, two red and
black, two black and white; three
lab mix, one long hair black; and
two grown bulldogs. There are
over 40 dogs available for adop-
tion, along with 25. kittens., and
11 cats.
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.capesanblasfl.com/s.ibhs.


For All Your
Printing Needs .

The Star
Publishing Co.
K (850) 227-1278


In particular, each year since
1994, when the COPS program
began, the violent crime rate has
fallen steadily. Indeed, having
fallen 7% in 1996 and 4% in
1997, the violent crime rate fell
another 7% in the first six months
of 1998, according to the latest
FBI statistics.
"These COPS grants combat
crime in North Florida by allowing
more police officers to patrol our
neighborhoods, and at the same
time, COPS has brought needed
jobs to our region," Congressman
Boyd said.
"Violent crime in America is
decreasing and law enforcement
officials across the country agree
that community policing is a very
:effective tool in the war against
crime. I look forward to continu-
ing to work with the administra-
tion and Congress to put more
community police officers on the
beat," added Boyd.

Beaches Lions Club

Meets Thursday, May 25
The Beaches Lions' Club will
t'meet on Tuesday, May 25, at the
'Fish House Restaurant in Mexico
Beach at 11:30 am., CT. New
'members are needed to support
the club's many community pro-
,jects which range from providing
-eye care for needy individuals, ,to
providing hearing services for
, those in need as well. ,
If you are interested in joining
the Lions' Club, please call Ruth
at 647-3473.


Public Noticesl

S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH JUDI-
AL ClRCUT OFr THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN'
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 99-26
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of :
EDWARD MIRANDA. ,
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
THE ADP.MiNISTrAfiON or the Eitale r1 EDH.ARD
MIRANDA. dec.aed Fl Number 99 26. ; per.d.
ing in Ur'e Cirunii Court lr Gull Couniry Florida
Probate Dqi-ion. Lhe adddres of which i, Gull"f
Counrly CurJthrnu'e Prnobme DiviOin1. 0 IO10 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. (I All
claim, 'arui-i the -a,'te and 121 arnv oblecuon bv
an m.er'--I J pec-.:.r on h..-m nolcte wa served
,t h challr, i- h ', fif li .:." f ihe Ill ithe qualify.
u,:,-nz ol ih-e F'er;.:-nal Repre,nauive. 'enue or
jurisdiction of the Court.
SALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BAI.REDo..
DATE ofi L I'lr.i Fpubli,:. uon of this Notice of
A i arniiijaucrn 20 I 99 ;
/s/ THOMAS S. GIBSON
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PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE, '
2tc, May 20 and 27. 1999.


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1999 PAGE 9A


Farmer Reports to San Diego
Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Jewerline Farmer, of Port St. Joe,
Michael L. Farmer, son of recently reported for duty with the
guided missile destroyer
Local Student Honored Precommissioning Detachment
O'Kane, based in San Diego,
By Achievement Academy California. He joined the Navy in
S" Setmhber 1 R985


The United States Achiev-
ement Academy announced today
that Cody Alan Strickland from
Port St. Joe has been named a
United States National Winner in,
English.
This award is a prestigious
honor.very few students can hope
to attain. In fact, the Academy
recognizes fewer than 10% of all
American high school students.
Cody Strickland, who attends
Port St.. Joe Middle School,. was
nominated for this national award
by Ruby Knox, an english teacher
at his school.
Cody is the son of Alan and
Paula Strickland from Port St.
Joe. His grandparents are Preston
and Iduma \Vingate of Mexico
Beach, 'and Danval and Doris
Strickland of Port St. Joe.

Gulf Tobacco-Free
Partnership Meets
The Tobacco-Free Partner-
ship of Gulf County will hold its
monthly meeting on Tuesday,
May 25th. at 4:00 p.m., ET, at the
Wewahitchka High School Media
'Center. All interested parties are
encouraged to attend.
1; Students who are in need of
transportation, please -contact
Sabrina Burke, Tobacco Preven-,
tion Coordinator. at 227-1276,
extension 1 14. no later than 2:00
p.m., ET, Monday, May 24th.


Wesley Fortunas
Reports For Duty
Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class
Wesley Fortunas, son of George E.
Fortunas of Port St. Joe, recently
reported for duty with the guided
missile destroyer Precomm-
issioning Detachment O'Kane,
based in San Diego.
The 1990 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School of Port St. Joe,
joined the Navy in August 1990.

Small Recognized
By U.S. Marines
Marine Lance Cpl. Rodney D.
Small, son of Ronnie L. and Callie
C. Small of Wewahitchka, recent-
ly received a Certificate of
Recognition while assigned with
Marine Wing Support Squadron
373, Marine Wing Support Group
37, 3rd Marine Air Wing, Marine
Corps Air Station Miramar in San
Diego.
Small was recognized for his
superior performance of duty.
Displaying remarkable dedication
and. initiative. Small consistently
performed his demanding duties
in an exemplary and highly pro-
fessional manner.
The 1997 graduate of
*Wewahitchka High School joined
the Marine Corps in November.
1997.


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THE STAR. PORT S f *T. JOE. FL TEMRSDAY MAY 20. 1999


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Outdoor in. the Third Annual Scallop Festival Adds

Panhandle /A "Slam" Fishing Tournament to Festivities on September 3, 4, and 5


by Gene Childs
Florida Outdoor Writers' Association


I've got friends-lots of friends.
I've got friends I didn't know I had.
Some I don't even know their
names. I've got friends coming out
of the woodwork now that I live at
the beach.
Freshwater fishing has just
about everything biting.
Shellcrackers and bream are
abundant in area creeks and
rivers. Reports of excellent fishing
are in along the Chipola River. The
Dead Lakes are also giving up
some nice bass on topwaters and
Sluggos.
Trout fishing in St. Joe Bay is
as good as it gets. Regularly 4-5
.pounders are caught :on most
trips. Topdogs and Topdog Jrs
seem to be the hot bait in red or
pink. Jigs in Electric Chicken or
chartreuse are also catching fish.
Live baits such as fingerling
mullet .:'or small pinflsh are an
exciting way' to fish the Bay.
Hooked up about 2-3 feet under a
cork and fished along deeper holes
or channels, these baits will draw
big bites. The bay appears to be in
great shape and scallop season
will open July 1.
Nearshore fishing has been
very slow. The usually dependent
:Spanish are scarce. The cobia' are
even scarcer. A few were caught
this week and a few more are being
spotted, but nothing like it should
be. Hopefully as these strong
fronts become distant memories,
the fishing will return to normal.
Several kings were boated out near
the VA and JC Reefs. This isgood
news.
Offshore the fishing is great.
Grouper, scamp. and snapper are
being caught in good numbers.
Reports of both dolphin and wahoo
moving in is welcome news to


anglers. News not so good is that
red snapper fishing will most like-
ly close to anglers in July or
August.
In more than a decade of snap-
per fishing in the Panhandle, I've
never seen a better year. It was
frustrating at times trying to get a
bait through the snapper to the
grouper. The economic impact to
charter boats and to the communi-
ties from which they operate if the
snapper fishery is closed could be
staggering.
John Spohrer, Jr., outdoor
writer from St. George Island
reports an early showing of tarpon
in his area. These silver kings have
been spotted, at the East End,
Lanark Reef, Sikes Cut, and down
our way at Indian Pass. These tar-
pon have become a consistent
catch and release fishery in our
area.
had a call from a "friend" the
other day who wanted to bring, his
family down for a few days. I think
I sat behind him in history class
back in high school for a few
.weeks. He said he planned on
bringing the wife, the twins, Lindi
and Larri, now that .they were
almost diaper trained, and his old-
est son, Raymond.
Raymond has learned to wrig-
gle out of that ankle thing his pro-
bation officer makes him wear and
put it on his dog Jester, so said my
friend. He said Raymond had his
heart set on my helping him catch
a swordfish, because If that ankle
thing doesn't work out. it might be
5 to 10 years before he gets anoth-
er chance.
Friends-you never know how
many you have until you have a
place at the beach.


Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hughes, of Mexico Beach, and part of Ed's
family visiting from South Carolina' had a good time on the
Charisma, as is shown in the photo above.

L This Week's Fishing Report
Sfor May 9th through May 16th
The weather was almost perfect for fishermen the whole week, and
the fishing was even better. Offshore fishing just continues to produce
great catches of red snapper, black snapper. grouper, scamp, amber-
jack. blackfin tuna, and dolphin. I believe that our regular summer
migration of fish has already started, as evidenced by the many large
grouper and snapper being landed.
Fishing from the beaches and the canal is improving each day. The
Spanish have settled in for the summer, so look in the bouy line and
a little farther out from the beach. A few ling are still hanging around.
"Good Luck, Good Fishing" Charisma Charters
Captain Chuck Guilford, Captain Danny Tankersley,
Captain Ron Miller and Captain Bobby Guilford


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The excitement doubles this
year as the third annual.Scallop
Festival, coming in September, is
integrated with the first annual
"Slam" saltwater fishing tourna-
ment.
The fishing tournament will
be held at the new marina, in con-
junction with the usual festival
activities on September 4 and 5.
The contest, beginning Friday
night and lasting until Saturday
evening, will include, three divi-
sions: inshore, offshore and
youth. Winnings will.range from
$1,000 grand prize to $50 third
place. All proceeds from "Slam"
will assist the Chamber of
Commerce in local economic
improvement,.
For the less adept fishing
enthusiasts, this year's Scallop
Festival, to be held at Frank Pate,
Park, will include a variety of food
and craft booths. For the, first
time, the festival will be extended

Trout Tournament
Presnell's Marina will hold its
annual Big Trout Shoot-Out this
Saturday, May 22 at Presnell's
Marina. The tournament will start
at 7:00 a.m. ET and the weigh-in
will begin at 5:00 p.m. that after-
noon. ;
There will be a $20 entry fee.
Prizes will awarded for "Big Fish"
and total catch. For more infor-
mation contact Eckley Sanders at
'(850) 229-2710.


to span two days. Arid also for the
first time a fishing tournament
will be part of the event, and will
be sponsored by. Cobia Century
Yamaha, which will be awarding
$2000 aaswell as an outboard
motor. Details have not yet been
released.
Chamber of Commerce execu-
tive director Diane Scholtz com-
ments. "We expect this year's
Scallop Festival to be the best ever
as we tie it in with the first annu-
al Scallop Festival 'Slam". This
shotild be a wonderful start for
the new 'marina and its opera-
tors."
TheChamber of Commerce
would like .to encourage anyone
wanting to register a booth or

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CT.
Everyone is invited to visit the
Ambulance Building, sample ,
refreshments, examine ambu-
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the Automatic External Defibr-
Illator. Learn about your EMS by
planning to visit on Thursday.


enter the fishing tournament, to
do so as soon in advance as pos-
sible. For complete rules and reg-
ulations, contact Bill Kennedy at
227-7200 or the Gulf County
Chamber of Commerce at 227-
1223.
"Raw Bar's Tournament
Returns"
Want to get some practice in
before September? If so, you are
invited to participate in the fifth
annual Indian Pass Raw Bar fish-
ing tournament June 25 and 26.
This popular tournament, has
made a few policy changes since
last year. Now, all entrants are
served a celebratory fish dinner
and receive four tee-shirts for
their group. And. as always, cash
prizes are presented to the win-
'ners.
The 'entry deadline is set at
the first 30 boats entered or June
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. MAY 20, 1999 PAGE 11A


St. Joe Will Host Five



Team Jamboree Friday


The Sharks are shown gathered around Coach Chuck Gannon in spring football practice, as they pre-
pare for the jamboree Friday night.


Tri-City Intensity
First In Tourney
The Tri-City Intensity. a 14
and under rils' softball team
consisting of girls frqm Panama
!City, Port St. Joe, and
Wewahitchka, took second place
In the Blue Thunder Initational
last Saturday. May 15th. at
Harder's Field in Panama City.
These young ladies went out
strong in their first tournament of
the summer season, beating
teams from Bayou George.
Tallahassee. and Dothan.
Look forward to seeing a lot of
this team throughout the sum-
,mer. They will be making their
.home towns proud.
If you would like to make
donations to support the Tri-City
Intensity. please contact Benny
Shemll at 229-8651.


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....Gulf Rifle Cl

PPC and FP
The Gulf Rille Club will hold a
police pistol combat (PPC) and a
FPOA bullseve match on
Saturday morn iftg,'"MAT"'-22 nt".
Registration and set-up will start
at 9:00. Both matches are
restricted to centerfire handguns
and each match requires 60
rounds of ammunition.
The PPC match will start at
9:30 and consists of four stages of
firing. The first stage is 12 shots,
in 25 seconds at a man-size target
seven yards from the firing line.
Stage two is 18 shots In 90 sec-


members are: [front, I to rl Anna


The Port St. Joe Shark foot-
ball team kicks off the 1999 sea-
son this Friday night with a five
team' jamboree held at C.W.
Roberts Stadium in Port St. Joe.
Apalachicola and Blountstown
will square off at 6:30 ET for the
first quarter, Blountstown will
play Quincy Munroe in the sec-
ond quarter, Carrabelle will face
Apalachicola in the third, Port St.
Joe will play Munroe in the fourth


St. Joe High Is

Co.Winner of


Sportsmanship

Award for the


sixth Year.
Port St. Joe High Schodolhas
been selected as the 1998-99
Class 2A, Section 1 co-winner of
the FHSAA Fred E, Rozelle
Sportsmanship Award. Maclay
High School was the co-winner
'with Port St. Joe. This is the sixth
consecutive year that Port St. Joe
has been the recipient for this
award. The Sportsmanship Award
is a credit to the administration.
coaches, student-athletes and
-spectators at Port St. Joe High
School.
The FHSAA Awards Banquet
will be held at the Wyndam WVest-
._ shore Hotel in Tampa. on Thurs-
day, June 17 at 7:00 p.m. ET,
where Port St. Joe High School
will receive the award.


loyd and Rachelle Goraon; [cen- *
nna Wester. and Alisha Barber: first stage Is the slow fire stage
y,. Tara Cavdill, Judith Husband, with each 10-shot string fired in
and Coach Mark Lyle. ive minutes at a target 25 yards
from the firing line.
u 1 to' H Stage twvo is the timed fire
ui to H old :stage and consists, of four strings
of five shots fired In 20 seconds at
A M atches ..... 15 yards, from the target. Stage
O A .Ma.tches three is the rapid fire stage and
the time limit is 10 seconds for
onds while 25 yards from the tar- "- 'each string of five shots. All shots
Sget. Stage three, is 24 shots .,fired.', ,.are fired holding the handgun
in two minutes and 45. seconds- w-ith one hahd.
-"`from the 50"'\ard-lthe.:Stageb..r. .L.a7st Sa'ur aya' t'e club held
is six rounds fired at 25 yards in<, itst monthly .22 rifle benchrest
12 seconds. matches. Three separate match-
Competitors will heed speed- es, consisting of 23 shots each,
loaders or extra magazines for the were fired. Turn-out for the
required reloads in the first three matches were very good and the
stages. competition is improving with
.... every match.


Th-e bullseye match,will start
after, the' completion ,of the PPC
match. This match consists of
three stages of firing with 20
rounds fired in each stage. The


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The 'American Rimfire
Association (ARA) match had 10
entries and was won by Houston
Whitfield with a score of 1.470.
Tommy Wood was second with
1,270 and Carl Kleinschmidt was
third with 1,240. This match has
.' no restrictions on rifle weight.
, scope power or ammunition.
W The first IR 50/50 match had
11 entries and was also won by
Whitfield with a score of 219-3x.
Al Wackawski was second with
219-3x and Robert Branch was
third with 198.
This match has a rifle weight
limit of 8.5 pounds and scope
power cannot be set above 6.5
power. ''
The second IR 50/50. match
had eight' entries .and 'was
restricted to a rifle Weight of, 10,5
pounds with no limit on scope
power. Whitfield was the winner
again with a score of 229-8x. Dale
Marshall was second with 229-4x
and Roger Brown was third with
228.


Wosi at the tuND1Iin
Churh ofYoa
ChictisSuday


and Carrabelle in the fifth quar-
ter. ..


Port St. Joe returns six offen-
sive and defensive starters off last
year's District, Championship
team. The Sharks had 35 players,
including' three eighth graders,
come out for spring training.. .
"We're ready to see how well
we move to the football on defense
and who hits when they get to
ball," said Coach Gannon.
Seneca Chambers will start at
quarterback for the Sharks. Bon-
jour ,Hill and Koran Peters will
start at the, running back posi-
tions with Ryan Stephens and
Reggie Quinn backing them up.
Dexter Gant. Brett Jeffcoat and
1Kyron Bailey will anchor the wide
receiver positions and Jarred
SLambe'rt ill be at tight end. Sam
Bell, Tremaine Lewis. Steve
Lowrey and John Gainous will
start on the offensive line. while
John Welbourn and Jacob
Tankerslev compete for the fifth
spot.
On the defensive line. Jarred
'Lambert, Tremaine Lewis. John
Gainous. Steve Lowery, Sam Bell
and Lamar Patterson will all see a
.lot' of time. Bonjour Hill. Jacob
'Tankersley. Ryan Stephens and
Koran Peters will be at the line-


backer positions. Ktyron Bailey,
Brett Jeffcoat, Dexter Gant, and
Seneca Chambers will anchor ,tlhe
secondary.
Friday's jamboree will be five
12:00 minute quarters with no
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[Kneeling, I to rl Justin Barnes. Philip Hall, Chris White, Jonathan Thomas, and P.J. Addison; [center., I to r] Coach Grant
Grantham, Justin Miller, Wesley Colvin, Blake Rish, Brandon Jones, Josh Mauldin. and Asst. Coach Chris Lee:; back, I to r]
Trainer Ray, Champion TraylL.,.Dave Davis, Bradley Shavers, Tripp Atchison, and Kelly Forehand.


Gators Stopped In State Title Bid


Fall Two Games Short of2A Championship at Tampa


WEWA 1, AMERICAN HERITAGE 8
MONDAY, MAY 17
The Wewahitchka Gators
made a great run for the Class 2A
State Championship, but fell two
wins shy of the Gators first-ever
state baseball title with Monday's

St. Joe Stars


WSB Reaches Into Its Vault for Local Pole Vaulters
Tonya Nixon, Vice President, is shown presenting check from
Wewahitchka State Bank to purchase a pit pole vault cover for the
Port St. Joe High School track and field team. Shown with her are
from left, Josh Todd, Jerell Showers, Coach Keith Chiles, Alex
Hernandez and Tyler Lane
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FellaS to "Sit
The St. Joe Stars, a 14 and.
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 thetr efforts. Please
support the team! ,
In announcing the "Slug-A-
Thon" the female team members


School Board Chairperson Caroline Norton, at right, and Superintendent Jerry Kelley present the
1999 Port St. Joe High School track and field team with a plaque commemorating their unparalleled
sixth straight state championship in school history.


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8- 1 loss to Plantation's American
Heritage. The Gators (23-8). who
finished second in the District 3-
2A District Tournament. fought
through the playoffs with superb
pitching from Dave Davis. excel-
lent defense and timely scoring.
Heritage, after Dave Davis

Challenge

ig-A-Thon
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boys-to step up to the plate and
hit their pitch! Batters can pur-
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balls for $10.
Prizes will be awai-ded to the
boys with the most hits competing'
in age groups as follows-16 and
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 Hill at
647-8417 or Michele Quintana at
227-1873. ,
A Great Success
The Howard Creek Volunteer
Fire Department wishes to thank
everyone who helped organize and
prepare for the BBQ chicken ben-
efit dinner. A special thanks to all
of those who contributed items for
the raffle.
Special thanks go. to: Ace
Hardware; Alford's Beauty Shop;
Dalkeith Bait and Tackle;
Discount Auto Parts; Harold's
Auto Parts; Howard Creek
Country Mart; Lanier's Tupelo
Honey; McDaniel's Sports
Unlimited; NAPA Auto. Parts;
.,Roy's Hardware; St. Joe Auto
Parts; Subway: and Kandi's
Kountry Kuts.
A big thanks to a.ll of their
supporters for their donations.
The food was great, and a good
time was had by all.


struck out the lead-off batter,
reached on an error and a walk to
put runners on first and second.
A line drive single to center and a
sacrifice fly gave Heritage a 2-0'
lead in the top of the first inning
of play.. -
The Patriots led off the top of
the second inning with a walk and
sacrifice bunted the runner to
second base. Davis struck out the
next batter, but the ball got away
from catcher Champ Traylor, who
attempted to throw the runner
out at first base. A high throw into
right field,, which also got by right t -
fielder Chris White allowed both
the runner and the batter to
scored on the play for a 4-0 Patri-
:ot lead. Heritage then scored two
more runs on three hits and a
sacrifice fly for a 6-0 lead.
Wewahitchka scored its only


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run of the game in the bottom of
1 the third inning. Champ Traylor.
who walked and moved to third
on Brandon Jones' ground-rule-,
double down the left field line,,
scored on a wild pitch..
Dave Davis (11-5) allowed';
eight runs on seven hits and
struck out five Patriot batters to.
record the loss on the mound for,
the Gators.
Freshman Brandon Jones
went two for two with a single in
the first, and double in the third
and'a walk to account for all of
the Gators' offense. Heritage
sophomore Scott Foresman (6-2)
held the rest of the Gators hit-less
as he collected 13 strike outs arid
walked three batters.
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Jim Faison, senior at Port St.
Joe High School has been named
to the All Big-Bend All Scholar-
Athlete Team. Faison has carried
a 4.0 gpa through the entire year
and will graduate among the top
of the 1999 class next week.
Faison led the Shark football
team in rushing with 1,208 yards
on 110 carries, 11.0 yards per
carry and scored 11 touchdowns.


On defense, he had a team high
143 tackles with four caused fum-
bles, three fumble recoveries, one
interception and one quarterback
sack.
Jim also led the Shark base-
ball team with a .431 batting
average. The senior outfielder had
50 hits in 116 at bats with six
homers and 29 runs batted in.'


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Lieutenant Governor Frank
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star Ben Savage last week to help
Walt Disney World Company rec-
ognize inspirational students
from around Florida at the 16th
annual Dreamers and Doers cere-
monies at Disney's Wide World of
Sports.
Disney Dreamers and Doers
are students who have a positive
influence on the people around
them,, who strive .to improve
themselves to be the best they can
be, and who improve the world in
the process. They are students
who possess some of the qualities
that Walt Disney possessed and
admired most'. in others-the
qualities that make dreams come
true.
The nearly 600 talented and,
dedicated students who were hon-
ored this year join the ranks of.
nearly 6.000 young people who
have been named Dreamers and
Doers to date.
T e following students from
Gulf County were honored at this
year's ceremonies.
"Jessica Lee Hill, a senior at
Port St. Joe lHigh School, while
'serving as ar., officer in nearly
every major civic and social orga-
nization, has shown an impres-
sive record as the President of the
student body, and is a perennial
record-holder on the cross coun-
try and track squads. On top of all
of this. she still maintains a posi-
tion within the top 10% of her
class.
Jessica is also the president
of the National Honor Society,
treasurer of the Math Club, histo-
rian for the Keyettes, and the
School-Improvement Committee:
co-chairman. Jessica runs cross-
country and holds three school
records in track. She was also
nominated for the Wendy's High
School Heisman and Principal
and Leadership Award.
Jessica is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Hill of St. Joe Beach.
Christopher Michael Hend-
ricks, a student at Port St. Joe
Middle School, exemplifies all the
qualities of Dreamers and Doers
as he performs in an outstanding
Manner at home, at school, and
in extra-curricular activities.
Just as he has taken on the
grueling task of running long, rig-
orous cross country events, he
has also exhibited this same ded-
ication in his leadership roles and
academic endeavors.
Chris has attained many hon-
ors'which include:' perfect atten-
dance; honor student;
Presidential Physical Fitness
Award; National Leadership
Award; Merit Leadership Award;
' president of the Junior Beta Club;
president 'of the Student
Government Association; student
representative on the School
Advisory Council: has been nomi-
nated for Who's Who in America's
High Schools; and is an active
member of the track team.
Chris is the son of Terri
Johnson of Mexico Beach.
Sheiletta Fisher. a student
ati Wewahitchka Elementary
School. whose reading is an
important part of everyday life for.
her, read more than 80 books this
year. When she is not reading,
you can find her tutoring stu-
dents. singing in the church
choir, or assisting her teachers.
Sheiletta has excelled in the
School-To-Work programs of the
stock market, banking and postal
service. She also served on a team
that participated in Odyssey of
the Mind contest. While maintain-
ing an all "A" average she has
made exceptional progress on the
Accelerated Reader list. Sharing
her beautiful soprano voice is a
favorite hobby of hers.
Shelletta is the daughter of
S Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher, of
Wewahitchka. '


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Species Tha

Speaking to St.
Joe B ay Committee

LastrThursday
St./ Joseph Bay attracts at
least four of Florida's animals
which' are, on the endangered
species list for protection activi-
ties.' Laura Patrick. with the
Resource Management office of
the State of Florida called atten-
tion to these four in a presenta-
tion to the St. Joe Bay committee
last Thursday.,
"'::' "RCW s", 'r" .. ..d
irst on the list was the Red
Cockaded Woodpecker; or the
,"RCW".
The pine forests which sur-
round Port St. Joe, are especially
attractive to red cockaded wood-
peckers. They build nests in hol-
lows of the trees, high off the
ground. Resource management
people raid the nests for their
-young and adults alike, to study
their habits, by climbing flimsy
, ,


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also on the.endangered list is the
sea turtle. Three strains habitual-
ly use Gulf County beaches to lay
their eggs: the loggerhead, the
green turtle and the leatherback.
Most common of these is the log-
gerhead.
"You have a great turtle pro-
tection program in Gulf County,"
the speaker said.
Things citizens can do to help
the small army of volunteers who
work to protect the turtle during
its nesting period are: '
Be conscious of lights which
front the water.
Watch for nests and steer
clear of them, ,
Don't leave deep car ruts near
the nests for baby turtles to
become trapped in on his way to
the ocean.
Call the -turtle patrol when
you discover new nests.


Basic Standards course at the
Gulf/Franklin Center beginning
on Monday, June 7. The course
will also be offered at the academy
facility in Southport beginning
Thursday, June 10. These cours-
es will meet five. days a week,
eight hours a day,. for approxi-
mately four months.
Correctional Officer Basic
Standards is required in order to
be eligible for the Florida
'Certification Examination for
Correctional Officers.
This course' requires
advanced application, as well as a
written entrance test. For addi-
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Lorne Brooks or Jackie Vaughn
on the main campus at (850) 747-
3233. Monday through Friday,
from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m..
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Burkett at the Gulf/Franklin
Center at (850) 227-9670,
Monday through Friday. from
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The "RCW' is nearly a twin
brother of the red headed wood-
pecker. but there are subtle differ-
ences. These differences are what
the researchers look for while
_making their studies.
GULF STURGEON
The gulf sturgeon is another
animal on the endangered species
list which spawns in area
streams-or formerly did.
The gulf sturgeon was prized
for its abundance of caviar it pro-
duced, which rivaled the Russian
variety. It once was numerous In
local streams each spring, but
recently a count of the fish locat-
ed only 101 spawning near the
dam at Chattachoochee.
The sturgeon has drastically
been reduced in numbers since
the dam was built and fishing
pressure increased. Their num-
bers started on a decline around
1920.
It has practically disappeared
from the Apalachicola River since
1970. The sturgeon is believed to


be the only remaining prehistoric
fish remaining. ,
BEACH MICE
The four strains of beach
,mice remaining in the Panhandle
are also on the endangered list.
according to Ms. Patrick.
Scientists have developed a
tiny radio transmitter to strap
onto the mice to keep up with his
wanderings and better be able to
monitor him. The transmitter Is
one-fifth the weight of the mouse
and tucks neatly under his chin.
The mice are useful in
rebuilding sand dunes following a
hurricane. They do this by re-,
seeding the sea oats in the dune.
They are threatened only by
predators, consisting of red fox,'
coyotes. and wandering house
cats.
The average citizen can help
in their preservation by con-
structing board dune overwalks
and discouraging the presence of
predators.
.- SEA-TURTLES
The final animal in this area


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Law enforce-
ment officials
from the area
gathered Friday
to honor those
who have fallen.
In the photo at
right they paused
for a solemn
salute to those
remembered.


Homage Paid to


A 21 gun salute sounded Friday in ,honor of the
135 United States police officer who died inthe line
of duty last year.

The moving ceremony inclhided speakers directly
and indirectly affected ,by. such .tragedies,.. Sheriff
Frank McKeithen read a. poem entitled, "A Part of
,, America Died"; local talent Mary Lou.Cumbie sang,
"God. Bless the U.S.A."' and Reverend Timnf .Bailey.
... :": offered a prayer, all on this somber occasion.

,-Perhaps the most touching piece, was an expern-
. ence recounted. by the sheriff of how. a fellow officer
was downed.


Historical Society Discusses



Raney Home Restoration


The Apalachicola Historical.
Society met on Thursday, May 11,
at 7:00 p.m. in the Carriage
House Auditorium of the Raney
Home museum complex. Laura
Moody, Curator of the Museum
and George Chapel. Trustee for
histqT 14 preservation, and
President of the society, presented
the scope of work and the funding ,
arrangement options for, a pro-
posed grant application to reha-
bilitate and restore the 1838
Raney Home which will be sub-
mitted May 31 to the Histoncal








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Raney Museum's small endow-
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The Raney House complex.
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next few months, are welcome.
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Grants and Education Section.
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Historic Preservation Advisory
Council, R.A. Gray Building, 500
South :. Bronough Street,
* Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250.'
There is extensive structural
damage to the buildifig and con-
certed, action needs to.be taken as
soon as possible. Mani routine
maintenance projects have been
momentarily suspended pending
the resolving of some of these
.problems which have been con-
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA '
APRIL 13, 1999
REGULAR MEETING
The Gulf County Board of County"
Commissioners met this date in regular ,
session with the following members pre-
sent: Chairman Tommy Knox and
Commissi-:,ners Nathan Peters, Jr. (entered
at 7 04 p m ). John Stanley, Jr., and
Warren J. Yeager, Jr. E. Traylor was absent>.
Others present were: County Attorfey
Timothy McFarland, Deputy Clerk Towan'
McLemore, Chief Administrator Don Butler,
Administrative Assistant Debbe Wlbberg,
Administrator/Emergency Management
Director Larry ,Wells. Building,
Official/Assistant Planner Michael
Hammond, Building Inspector/Assistant
Planner David Richardson, Emergen'cy
Management/911 Coordinator Marshall '
Nelson, Gulf County E.M.S. Director Shane
McGuffin,) Health Department'
Administrator Doug Kent, Mosquito Control
Department Secretary Sandy Hobbs, Road
Superintendent Bob Lester, Solid Waste,
Director Joe Danford, Veterans' Service
Offlcer/S.H.l.P. Administrator Bo Williams,
and .Auxiliary Deputy Sheriffs Buddy
Cumbie and James Newsome.
The meeting.was called to order ,at_
7:01 p.m., E.D.T.
Administrator Wells opened the meet-,,
ing with prayer, and Chairman Knox led the
Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
CONSENT AGENDA/SUPPLEMEN,
TAL CONSENT AGENDA-Upon motion by
Commissioner 'Yeager, second by.
Commissioner Stanley, and unanimous (3-.
0) vote, the Board approved the Consent
Agenda and Supplemental Consent Agenda,
as follows:
CONSENT AGENDA:
1. Minutes March 23, 1999 Regular
Meeting
-April 1, 1999 Workshop
-April 7, 1999 Special Meeting
2. Contract Amendment Phase II L.M.S.
Program
3. Court Order Payment to J. Gordon
Shuler (Jamerson #98-181-M *,
$453.20 to be paid from Account
072031-31000)
4. Demolh ,on P,:,Li 'Advertise Ior ,' I- *"
T S AlMertc, "Buy-Our Propram' -'
5. Int enior Clerk of Court .Junk 10-
.203, 10-204, 10.20.8 10-237. 10.253
10-257, 10-258, 10-261, 10-262; 10L
265, 10-285, 10-294)
6. Invoice Agency for Health Care
Administration Medicaid (#99-02 *
February. 1999 $18.63653 to be,
paid from Account x52264-34100)
'Bay Medical Center Health Care
Responsibility Act (19 Invoices :*
Addison, Carithers, Dykes, Hall, Hall,
Littrell, McNabb, Moore, Ramsey,
Seabrooks, Thomas,. Wilkes, .Williams;.
Williams. Wood' $13,111.89 tobe,
paid from Account #51462-31500) "
7. Purchase Request Mosquito Control
Department (Malathion Sole Source
Purchase, from. Cheminova :
25.250 00) '
8. Resolution General Fund/St. Joe Fire
Control District Fund Budcet
Amendments (Loan Proceeds Capital
Ct' Bank Arbulances CCEMS -
Fire Truck WCFDI. as iollos
RESOLUTION NO. 99-09
WHEREAS, the Gulf County Board of
County' Commiss:,ioners has received unan-
ucipated res'enue In the General and the St.
Joseph Fire Control District Funds for fis.-,
cal year 1998-99. and
S WHEREAS said revenue is needed ito
help pay certain expenditures Incurred in
fiscal .ear 1998-99.
NOW THEREFORE. BE rrI RESOLVED
1. 'The .1998-99 fiscal year budget is
amended as follows
GENERAL FUND
.REENUES
Other Non-Resenues
Proceeds of Installment Notes- 0018O.-
00000. Orlainal Budget S 00. Amended
Budget S19.0:10 ,:00
E\PE NDITLiRES .
Culf Co.-unty' EMS
Equipment #52626-64000. Oniinea
Budget .S25 0.0 0'. Amended Budget
$44,oo000.00
S-ST JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL
DISTRICT FUND "
REVENUES .
Other Non-Revenues: .
Proceeds of Installment Notes, #106891
00000, Original Budget $.00, Amended
Budget $40,000.00
EXPENDITURES
White City Fire Department: ;'
Equipment, #32322-64000, Original
Budget $20,006.00, Amended Budget
$60,006.00
THIS RESOLUTION ADOPTED by the
Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners this 13th day of April,
1999. (End)
9. S.H.l.P. Purchase Assistance Victoria
Butler/Lena Ruff ($11,615.00)
-Purchase Assistance Mr. & Mrs. Chad
.Flowers ($11,615.00)
-Purchase Assistance Diane Gortman
($11;615.00)
10.Utility ,Permit Application GT COM
(Electronic Cabinet/St. Joe .Beach *.
#99-11) SUPPLEMENTAL CONSEI,T
AGENDA: .
1. Court Order Payment to Attorney
Timothy McFarland (Davis #97-254-
CF $495.00 to be paid from Accoupt
#61021-31000) \
2. Insurance Request Family Dental
Coverage/John & Penny Ford
3. Inventory Sheriffs Department to
Wewahitchka Ambulance Service (1988
Plymouth 4-door, VIN #1P3BP46D7J
F246273)
4. Invoice County Attorney Timothy
McFarland (March, 1999* $2,707.50
to be paid from Account #21314-31000)
-First Choice Reporters (March, 1999 *
$675.50 to be paid from various Court
Reporter line items
-Rowland's Welding & Supplies
(#56693* $76.81 to be paid from
Account #41779-63000)
-Wal-Mart (#9078785 $242.74/
#9078799 $152.92 to be paid from
Account #41779-63000)
5. Policy Mobile Home Preliminary Permit


Inspection Penalties, as follows:
"Fees for trailers brou ght' into Gulf
County without inspection that meet all
of the other ordinance requirements, be
charged the Preliminary Fee that would
have been assessed at its point of origin.
This, however, shall in no. way prohibit
Gulf County from enforcing its Mobile
Home Ordinance on trailers which do
not meet the requirements of 'said
Ordinance."
6. Resolution/Utility Relocation Agree-
ment (D.O.T. S.R.711), as follows:
RESOLUTION NO. 99-10'
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE
COUNTY'S WATER SYSTEM TO ENTER
INTO AN AGREEMENT, ON BEHALF OF
THE COUNTY OF GULF, FLORIDA, WITH
THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANS-
PORTATION FOR THE' RELOCATION,
CHANGE OR ADJUSTMENT OF THEIR
FACILITIES LOCATED ON STATE ROAD
71.
i WHEREAS, the State of Florida
Department of Transpcortautin proposes to
construct or reconstru,:t a part of State
Road 71 and :
WHEREAS, in order for the State of
Florida Department of Transportation to
further and complete said project, it is nec-
essary that certain utility facilities alone,
over and/or under said State Rqad 71 be,
adjusted, changed or relocated; and
WHEREAS, the State o6 Florida
Department of Transportation having
requested the County of Gulf, Florida, to
execute and deliver to the State of Florida
Department of Transportation a Utility
Agreement, agreeing to make or cause to be
made adjustments, changes or relocations-
of said utility facilities as set out in said
Agreement. and said request having' been
duly considered:
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
BY THE COUNTY COMMISSION OF THE
COUNTY OF GULF, FLORIDA:
That' Donald Butler, dhief
Administrator, be hereby authorized and
directed to execute and deliver to the State
of Florida Department of Transportation a
Utility Agreement for the adjustment,
change or relocation of certain utility facili-
ties within the limits of said State Road 71.
ei *'A,'ertifled icpy of this Resolution be
forwarded to the State. of Florida,
De partmeint of Trarispor itio i along with
the 'xe,.utrd Lttiiiht Areernment
ON MOTION of Comrnri't.ioner Warren
J. Yeager, Jr., seconded by Commissioner
John Stanley. Jr the abo'e resolution was
introduced and passed by the County of
Gull on the 13th day .vo April 1999. (End)
7 SH- I P Purchase Aisit:.rnce Rosa
Barnes ISI 1.615.001
-Purchase Assistance Mr. & Mrs. Andy
Frasure ($11,615.00)
PUBLIC HEARING EL NINO
WEATHER DISASTERS H.V. STORMWA-
TER PROJECT-Pursuant to advertise-
ment to hold a public hearing to consider
application forb a Community Development
Block Grant available due to the 1997-98
El NLno Weather Disasters. the Board dis-
cussed applying for the grant lor a
stormnater project for the Highland ',i'ew
area * meeting at 7 04 p m > Chief Administrator
Butler reported that there I-. a required
25".. match for the orani. o.f which the State
will pay, one hall There being no public
comment. trhe put-lic hearing did then
adjourn.
RECEIVE BIDS #9899-151 FINANC-
ING -$30,000.00 NEW HEALTH DEPT.
PROPERTY-Pursuant to advertisement to
receive sealed 'bids #9899-1'5 for financing
of $30,000.00 for the property in Ward
Ridge for location of the new health depart-
ment, the following bids were received and
tabled for review and recommendation by'
Chief Administrator Butler and Health
Department Administrator Kent: Capital
City Bank, 5.45%/$250.00 Documentation'
Fee; Citizens Federal Savings Bank, 7.25%;
Wewahitchka'State Bank, 5.81%.
RECEIVE BIDS #9899-16/SELL
TWO USED ICE MACHINES W.C.F.D.-
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
bids #9899-16 to 'sell two (2) used ice
machines for .the White City Fire
Department, the following bid was recei%:d
and tabled for review:'.Kirk's ke, $105 00i
per machine. .
/ RECEIVE BIDS #9899-17/USED
FIRE TRUCK H.V.F.D.-Pursuant to
advertisement to receive sealed bids #9899-"
17 to purchase a used fire truck for the
.Highland View Fire Department, the follow-
ing bids were received and tabled for review
and recommendation by members of the
Highland View Fire Department:
Bradford Tri-County Marketing,
$45,000.00/$30,000.00; 'Ten-8 Fire
Equipment, $16,500.00; Fire Fighting
Innovations, $35,000.00; Panama Fire
Apparatus, $35,000.00; Southern Coach,
Inc., $35,000.00; Northeast Fire
Apparatus, $58,500.00.
RECEIVE BIDS #9899-181 SEC-
ONDARY SURVEYOR PLATS-Pursuant
to advertisement to receive sealed bids for a
secondary surveyor for subdivision plats,
the following bids were received: S. M.
Marley & Associates, Inc., $200.00 each;
SCR Surveying & Mapping, Inc., $250.00
each.
Chief Administrator Butler discussed
that S. M. Marley & Associates, Inc. is the
primary surveyor on the majority of the
plats in Gulf County, therefore he recom-
mended that the Board award the bid to
S.M. Marley & Associates, Inc. on plats for
which they are not the primary surveyor,
and to allow SCR Surveying & Mapping,
Inc. to provide the second surveys on plats
for which S. M. Marley & Associates, Inc. is
the primary surveyor. Upon motion by
Commissioner Yeager, second by
Commissioner Peters, and unanimous (4-0)
vote, the Board approved this recommenda-
tion. Upon discussion about recovering the
costs of the secondary surveys,
Commissioner Yeager motioned to add
$250.00 to the plat review fee.
Commissioner Peters seconded the motion.,
and it passed unanimously (4-0).
DITCH WHITE CITY-Joyce Isaacks,
of White City, appeared before the Board to
discuss a ditch dug on her property by the
County (without an easement) and to
request that the dirt which was removed be
placed back in the ditch. After discussion


by Road Superintendent Lester that there;,
was an agreement ,with Mr Cause' (the '
previous owner). Chairman Knox directed '
the Road Department to replace the' dirt in'
the ditch, and he stated that if the proper- ,
tiy floods in the future. the County will not
remote the dirt without an easement from
Mrs. 4saacks. i'
AWARD BID #9899-15/FINANCING -
NEW HEALTH DEPARTMENT PROPER-
TYt-Upori discussion' and recommedndiitbon
by Chief Administrator '' Biutlei;
Commissioner Peters motioned to award
bid #9899-15 for financing>of'$30,000.00
for the purchase of property In Ward Ridge
for location -ol the new health department to
Capital City Bank, at a rate of 5:45%-fofr
five years. Commissioner Stanley .econded
the motion, and it passed unarunimously (4-
0).
AWARD BID #9899-14/NEW. FIRE"
TRUCK S.G.C.F.D,-South' Gulf County
Fire Department Chief Chuck Quaranta
appeared before the Board to recommend
that bid #9899-14 for a new fire truck for
the South Gulf County Fire Department be
awarded to KME Fire 'Apparatus;' in" the
amount of 146 605.00 Commissioner
"es.ger mrtiU..ned to approve thi, recommen-
dauion and Commissioner Stanley second-
ed the motion for discussion Lipon inquiry
about this not being the lowe-t bid. Chief
Quaranta stated that based upon compari-
son of the trucks and equipment offered.
this was the best bid The motion then
passed unanimously 140)1
EMERGENCY NOISE ORDINANCE-
Attorney McFarland reported Lhat he had
been contacted by Sheriff McKeiheh
regarding the need for an ordinance regu;
lating noise in Gulf County, and he stated'
that he had drafted a proposed ordinance
for the Board -to adopt on an emergency
basis. After discussion, the Board agreed to
review the proposed ordinance during their'
recess. '
BUDGET AMENDMENT #9 -
WEWAHITCHKA AMBULANCE SERVICE.-
Chief Administrator Butler reported that
the 1998-99 Wewahitchka Ambulance-
Service budget is $87,413.00 less than
what the service requested in their propos-
al of January I 1999. and requested that
the Board amend the G'eneral Fund budget
to pr .nde them sith the addrutional funding
needdi-id Commlssloner Yeager motUoried "to
arnenrd the Geteral Fund budget 'la;s ol-
lo.l to allow for this funding, and
Commissioner bStanley seconded the
motl.on It passed 3 to i. with
Commissioner Peters voing no.
GENERAL FUND
EXPENDITURES
Ambulance-' Wewahitchka .
Salaries .#51526-12000: Original Budget
$17,192.00, Increase S 00. Decrease
$13,592.00, Amended Budget
S3.600 00 .. -
FICA 51526-21000' Original 'Budget
$1,065.00. Increase $:00, Decrease
SS4 I 40. Amended Budget 8223.60
Medicare #51526-21500. Original Budget
9249 00 Increase S 00. Decrease
$196, 60, Amended Budget S52 20
Retirement., #51526-22000. Original
Budget $2,'997.00,; 'Increase,.; $.00,'
Decrease $2,4Q4.80,,'Amended Budget'
$592.20 '
Life, Health & Dental Ins 451526-23000,
Original Budget $3;692,0t,' Increase
$.00, Decrease $3,692.00, Amended.
Budget $.00 ; .,
Medical Exam. .t Immun. #51526-31000,
Original -Budget' $500.00, v Increase
$500.00, Decrease $.00,' Amended;
Budget$1,000.00 ,
Professional Services-, #51526-31100,'
Original Budget $3,'700.00, Increase
$.00,. Decrease $200.00,' Amended
Budget $3,500.00 ;..
Other' Contractual Services .#51526-.
34000, Original Budget $30,000.00,
Increase $106,300.00, Decrease $.00,)
Amended Budget $136j300.00 .-
Communications #51526-41000,' Original.
Budget $3,000.00,'Increase $1,200.001;'
Decrease $.00, Amended .Budget
$4,200.00 .
Utilities #51526-43000, Original1 Budget
S2 500 00 Increase $500.00, Decrease'
p 00, Amenced Budget $3.000.00
Rep. & Maint.: Equipment #51526-46200.,
Original Budget $6,500,00, Increase
$.00, Decrease $500.00, .Amended.
Budget $6,000.00 :
Pay vto Other Gov't. Ageniefes #51'526-
49100, Original Budget'. $760.00,;'
Increase $240.00, -'. Decrease ::$.00,'
Amended Budget $1,000.00 -. ; -;
Office Supplies #51526-51000,' 'Original
Budget $500.00, Increase $.00,
Decrease $100.00, Amended Budget
$400.00 .
Operating Supplies' #51526-52000,
Original Budget $12,000.00, Increase
$.00, Decrease $2,000.00, Amended
.Budget $10,000.00 '
Gas, Oil & Lubricants #51526-521.00,
Original Budget $1,500.00, 'Increase
$1,500.00, Decrease $.00, Amended
Budget $3,000.00
Education Costs #51526-54100, Original
Budget $1,800=00, Increase $700.00,
Decrease $.00, Amended Budget
$2,500.00 .
Reserves:
Reserve for Conting. #.99,984-95000,
Original'Budget $254,301.00, Increase
$.00; Decrease $87,413.00, 'Amended
Budget $166,888.00 (End)
GULF -AIRE WASTEWATER TREAT-
MENT PLANT-Chief Administrator Butler
reported that the Gulf Aire Wastewater
'Treatment Plant is now over capacity (con-
structed for 70,000 gallon flow, currently
has 92,000 gallon flow), stating that Health'
Department Administrator Kent has 'agreed
to allow the placement of septic tanks in
that area, if the County will grant a mora-
torium- on future connections to the plant
until it is expanded. Upon public discus-'
sion regarding property owners *ho have
purchased lots (and sewer taps) who will be
unable to connect to the system, if the
Board grants a moratorium. After ftfrther
discussion that Ike Duren is the owner of
the plant and should be contacted regdad-
ing expansion, Commissioner Yeager
motioned to grant a moratorium on connried-'
tions to the plant until it 'Is expanded, 'and'
Commissioner Stanley seconded' the
motion. Upon recommendation by Attorney


. .-


Mitchl Bouington offered a
rendition of "Taps" during
the morning remembrance.
I "


McFarland. 'the motionn; and second w.:ere .
amended to state -that it ,will' be ao90-day -
moratorium unless compliance ,s met pi-or,.'
to the end -of, the 90-day period. After
inquiry about State regulations. Chief
Administrator Butler reported that accord-
Ine to the State. the plantUsl over capacity.
but not over on the amount of flow. He fur- '
other stated that Mr. Duren is responsible
for reporUng the flow to the State and. until
recently, there was not a flow meter on the
system. The motion then passed ,unani'-' -
mously' (4-01.',Upon discussion by David
Roche regarding contracting with the City
of-Port St. Joe to provide sener service to
the, Beaches area, Chairman Knox stated
that the Cityhas been unable to determine!
a set amount for the service due' to the cur-
rent problems -they are having;.
Commissioner Yeager also reported that.
legislation is being considered to assist.
Counues with this type of infrastructure"
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS DENTAL
INSURANCE-LUpon. motion by
Commissioner Yeager. second by
Commissioner Stanley. and unanimous (4-
01 vote. the Board agreed to advertise to
recelhe sealed bids for employee dental
Insurance, with renewal options.
CAPE SAN BLAS LIGHTHOUSE
PROPERTY-Chief Administrator .Butler
reported that a conference call will be held
on April 16 1999 at 3:30 p.m. with Doreen
White, of Eglin Air Force Base. regarding
funding for relocation of the Cape San Bias
lighthouse keepers quarters. Upon his
request the Board had no objection to
requesuting that Eglin give the funds to the
County. and allow the County to contract
out the work laill help local contractors)! -*
TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES MOS-
QUITO SPRAYERS-Upon request by Chief
Administrator Budter. Commissioner Yeager'
motioned to advertise to hire two (2) tempo-
rary employees to spray for mosquitoes.
Commissioner Stanley seconded the
motion, and it passed unanimously (4-01.
,',MOSQUITO SPRAY-Solid Waste
'Director Danford noted that the Mosquito
Control Department will be purchasing
their 'bulk supply of malathioh from'
Ctieminova
BUDGET MOBILE HOME PRELIMI-
NARY INSPECTIONS-Upon discussion by
Bulding COfficial Hammond. Commrrsioner
Yeager motioned for the -Mileage" "brtiori of
the mobile home 'reilrrnriary Inspection ree
to be placed in the Planning/Building
Department budget. to offset the amount
paid to the contract inspector.
Commissioner Stanley seconded the
motion and It passed unanimously 14-01
POLICY MOBILE HOME PRELIMI-
NARY PERMIT INSPECTION PENAL-
TIES-Lipon Inquiry. Building Official
Hammond reported that the penalty for not
obtaining a preliminary inspection will be
, to pay the amount It would have cost if the
preliminary had been performed (as long as
they have a proper permit and meet the
inspecuon requirements).
SPECIAL MASTER NUISANCE
CASES-Building Official Hammond
reported that Health Department
Administrator Doug Kent has agreed 'to
serve as the County Special -Master for
hearitns on nuisance cases. Upon mouon
by Commissioner Yeager. second by
Commissioner Starfley. and unanimous (4-
01 vote. the Board approved Mr Kent as
their Special Master.
SEPTIC' TANKS/ELECTRICITY-
Btillding' Official Hammond discussed
problems he is experiencing with Illegal
electrical connections. and stated he would
like the Board to adopt an ordinance allow-
ing for power to be di connected on proper-
ues which are not In compliance. The
Board requested 'that Attbrney McFarland
draft an.ordinance relating to this matter.
NAVAL TRAINING CENTER -
APALACHICOLA RIVER-Upon request by
Commissioner Peters. Attorney McFarland
read' a'prop6sed resolution opposing place-
ment of a Naval Training Center on the
Apalachicola, RPher Commissioner Peters
then motiboec to,"adopt the resolution, and,
Comrmssioner Sitanley secorided the motion
for discussion! After his disctissl6n regard-
ing opposition voiced at the workshop
which was held on April Ist. Martha Dayis
discussed the need for local training areas
for our children and fiailly members to bp
trained at. prior to being sent to other
countries to do battle. Marilyn 'Blackwell
stated that "there are other areas nearby
which they could use for their training..
Upon further discussions regarding the pos-
sibility of bases being closed if we do not
support them and about-~ive fire" on the
River. the motion to adopt the resoluUon'
failed 2 to 2. with Commissioners Knox and
Yeager young no. Chairman Knox stated
that he.will schedule another workshop on
this matter in the near fuhire.
CIT OF WEyAHITCHIA ROAD
MAlITENANCE/BUDGET AMEN14DMENT,
41t()Commissioier, Peters discussed that,
the City. fVewahltchka needs $1,200.00
to 'fnish~matiritenance on West,River Rvoad.
and he. mouioned', to. amend the 'General'
PFnd 'Budget (as, follows) 'o .proyiode them.
with 'the, funding. Commissioner Yeager,:
seconded the motion, and it passed upiani-.
mou~sly (4-0)..
GENERAL FUND .,,,.,
EXPENDITURES. .
Board of County Commisqioners:: ,
Aid To Gov't. Agency #21111-,8100Q,.
Original Budget $.00, Increase $1,200.00,
Decrease $.0, Amended Budget $1,200.0.0
Reserves: 1 .
Reserve for Conting. #99984-95000.
Original' Budget. $l66.,888.00, Increase,
$.00, Decrease, $1,200.00, Amended
Budget $165,688.00 (End)
COUNTY .ATTORNEY-Cormmissioner.
Peters .discussed derogatory statements,
which he hatd read 'in the newspaper
regarding County Attorney .McFarland,
stating that-Mr. McFarland had never been
inappropriate or disrespectful to any mee-,
ber of th, public. .He'fqrther stated .that he
appreciates the .fine ,Job which .Mr.
McFarland has' done'for, the Board in his
capacity as .County Attorney (has saved the
County a.lot.of money), and that lie sup-
ports him 10Q percent.
ANNUAL RQDEO/TRANSIORTAT(ON
DISADVANT4GED--onpiplssi ner Stanley
reported that.Elmo Aylmer: a driver for Gulf
County Transportauon. placed first in the


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1999 PAGE 3B


Downed Officers



."All these officers had the same ideal-that free-
dom was worth defending," McKeithen stated, "We
salute you who died defending these beliefs."

Police Chief Jay Leffert read a list of 13 Florida
officers who lost their lives in the line of duty during
1998. After the reading, the Gulf County honor guard
sounded a 21 gun salute as Port St. Joe High School's
NJROTC squad lowered the flag to half mast in hon-
or of those lost.

[The- surrounding photos depict portions of the
ceremony conducted on the grounds of Port St. Joe
Elementary School.]


At left, Gulf
County Sheriff
Frank McKeithen
shares some of
his thoughts
with the crowd.


Port St. Joe
Police Chief Jay
Leffert is shown
in the photo at
right reciting
names of the 13
slain Florida offi-
cers.


Annual Rodeo foe Drivers in Sarasota last
month;;and will, compete in the Nationals in>
New Orleans inMay. -, .: ;;. .
ISLAND ACQUISITION GRANTS-Upon
request ,.by- :. pmmissioner ,. Yeager,
Commissioner Peters, motioned to allow
Chief Administrator .; ;Butler *'; and'
Commissioner Yeager;,,to, apply, for-' land
acquisition grants to purchase-property in
the Cape area. Commissioner Yeager sec-
onded the mouon. and It passed unani-
mously 14-0). .
RESOLUTION FISHERY MANAGE-
MENT PROGRAM-Upon request by
Chairman Knox. Attorney McFarland read
a proposed resolution opposing permanent
closure, of reef fishing in certain areas of,
the. Gulf of Mexico. Upon motion by
Commissioner Peters, second by
Commissioner Yeager. and unanimous (4-0)
vote, the Board adopted the following reso-
lutio ; ,U; j .,
RESOLUTION NO. 99-11
WHEREAS. the Gulf of Mexico Fishery
Management Council. acting in Baton
Rouge, Louisiana, proposed, among other
items. to permanently close 707 square
miles (Area 6 and Areas a-e of Area 8 and
Area 9 on "Potential Reserve Site Map'):
and-
WHEREAS. inadequate public -notice
was given that the Council was seriously
considering permanently closing such an
immense area: and
WHEREAS. the Gulf County Board of
County Commissioners finds that this clo-
sure will have a significant adverse impact
upon tounsm and recreational fishing in
the coastal communities of the northern
Gulf of Mexico; and
WHEREAS, the Gulf County Board of
County Commissioners is advised that no
economic Impact studies have been con-
ducted to qualify or even estimate the huge
economic impact of this closure, and the
Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners believes that many small
businesses which are directly and indirect-
ly dependent upon the fishing industry will
be adversely affected, including marinas,
fuel suppliers, tackle shops, restaurants
and motels and many more: and
WHEREAS, the Gulf County Board of
Cop ry Commissiopers Is persyoaded by the
tesytoIy.&.f the prqfpe slonals. involved
daily. in fishing the waters of the Gulf of
Mexico, that the,,-s4tuatlon .Is. neither. so
severe nor so new as to Justify overreacting
with a permanent ban with no public
awareness or input, as opposed to an hon-
est debate and public examination of the
entire resource management plan; and
W, HEREAS. for the past five years
those same professionals have lobbied the
national Marine Fisheries Service to close
the same areas annually during the spawn-
ing season, which closure will protect the
resource without unnecessarily harming
the economics that are dependent upon It
NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED
BY THE GULF COUNTY BOARD OF COUN-
TY, COMAI1lSSIONERS that:
I. The recommendation o( the. Gulf of
Mexico, Fisheries Management Council
to permanently close 707 square miles
of the Gulf of Mexico to all reef fishing
pe rejected.
2., .That the National Marine Fisheries
Service should return the gag grouper
..,proposal, especially the permanent clo-
sure of 707 square miles, to the Gulf of
_Mexico Fisheries Management Council
with directions to conduct a full plan
amendment. The conservation Issues
are too serious and the economic impact
too great to do anything less than a full
: planned amendment with full public
input.
ADOPTED this 13th day of April 1999.
(End)
DREDGING, APALACHICOLA
RIVER-Chairman Knox discussed and
real portions of a letter written by Senator
Graham to the Army Corps of Engineers
regarding tLeir dredging of the Apalachicola
River.
AWARD BID #9899-171 FIRE
TkIUCK H.V.F.D./ADVERTISE FOR
FINANCING-Chief Administrator Butler
reported that, members of the Highland
VIew Fire Department recommend that the
Board accept the bid from Panama Fire
Apparatus. In the amount of 835.000.00,
I for a flie truck for their department. Upon
mplion by Commissioner Yeager. second by
Commissioner Stanley, and unanimous (4-
0) vote. the Board approved this recom-.
mendatlon Upon moUon by Commissioner
Yeager. second by' Commissioner Stanley,
j -arid unannimous '14-0) vote. the Board
agreed to advertise for financing for the
purchase of this truck. .
The meeung did then recess at 8:45
p.m.. E.D.T.
The ineeting reconvened at 8:58 p.m..
E4,.T.
m AWARD BID #9899-16/SELL TWO
ICE MACHINES W.C.F.D.-Upon motion
by' Commissioner Yeager. second by
Commissioner Stanley. and unanimous (4-
0) vote. the Board awarded bid #9899-16 to
Kirk s Ice. allowing him to purchase the two
12) used Ice machines located at the White
City Fire Department. In the amount of
S (05.00 each.
GRANT APPLICATIONS-Upon
request by Solid Waste Director Danford.
Commissioner Peters motioned to allow him
to apply for any grants which he may be
able to obtain (which require no matching
funds) for the County. Commissioner
Stanley seconded the motion, and It passed
unanimously (4-0).
NUISANCE- ORDINANCE-Upon
motion by Commissioner Yeager,'sechond by'
Commissioner Stanley, and unanimous (4-
01 vote. the Board agreed to' advertise' to
hold a public hearing to consider adoption
of 'aniordinarice regulating 'noise in Gulf
County.
There being no further business arid.'
upon motion by Commissioner Yeager. sec-
ond by Commissioner Peters, and unani-
Smous (4-0) vote, the 'meeting did then
adjourn at 9:00 p.m., E.D.T.
STOMMY KNOX, CHAIRMAN "C "
ATTEST:=BENNY C LISTER, CLERK

SPORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
S APRIL 16, 1999
,;' ,SPECIAL MEETING "
SThe..Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners met this date in special


session with the following members pre-
sent: Chairman Tommy Knox' and
Commissioners Nathan Peters. Jr. and
Warren J. Yeager,.Jr. Stanley, Jr. and Billy E. Traylor were
absent>. I .
Others present were: County Attorney
Timothy McFarland, Chief Deputy Clerk
Douglas .C Birmingham,-. Chief
Administrator Don Butler, Administrative,
Assistant Debbe Wlbberg. Building
Official/Assistant Planner ,, Michael
Hammond., Solid Waste Director Joe
Danford, 'Sheriff, Frank McKeithen, and
Sheriffs Department Captain Joe Nugent
The meeting was called to order at
12:03 p.m., E.D.T.
EMERGENCY NOISE ORDINANCE-
Shenff Frank McKeithen appeared before
the Board to discuss problems with noise in
the County., and requested that the Board
consider adopting an emergency noise ordi-
nance. Attorney McFarland read a pro-
posed noise ordinance, and Commissioner
Yeager mooned to adopt the following
titled ordinance on an emergency basis.
Commissioner Peters seconded the motion.
and it passed unanimously (3-0).
ORDINANCE NO. 99-02
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING NOISE
WITHIN THE COUNTY: SETTING FORTH
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE AND OBJEC-
TIVES: PROHIBITING THE MAKING OF
LOUD. UNREASONABLE, UNNATURAL OR
UNUSUAL NOISES AS SET FORTH HERE-
IN; PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT
ADOPTING A HEARING PROCEDURE:
PROVIDING FINES AND PENALTIES FOR.
ENFORCEMENT; PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE. (Complete Ordinance on
file with the Clerkl
GULF AIRE WASTEWATER TREAT-
MENT PLANT-Delores Wmdolf appeared
before the Board to request an exemption to
the moratorium which the Board placed on
connections to the Gulf Aire Wastewater
Treatment Plant. She stated that she was
making this request because her client had
already closed on the mortgage and sub-
mitted the plans to the Gullf Aire design
committee. Commissioner Yeager motioned
to grant this excepuon. based on the mort-
gage being closed and the plans being sub-
mitted to the committee. Commissioner
Peters seconded the ,motion for discussion.
After further discussion. Commissioner
Peters withdrew his second due to the-plant
being over capacity and not meeting State
standards The motion then died for lack of
a second.
There being no further business and
upon motion by Commissioner Yeager. sec-
ond by Commissioner Peters. and unani-
mous (3-0) vote, the meeting did then
adjourn at 12-20 p.m.. E.D.T.
TOMMY KNOX. CHAIRMAN
ATTEST: BENNY C LISTER. CLERK

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
APRIL 27, 1999
REGULAR MEETING
The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners met this date in regular
session with the following members pre-
sent: Chairman Tommy Knox and
Commissioners Nathan Peters. Jr.,' John
Stanley. Jr.. Billy E. Traylor and Warren J
Yeager. Jr. .
Others present were- County Attorney
Timothy McFarland. Clerk Benny C. Lister.
Deputy Clerk Towan McLemore. Chief
Administrator Don Butler. Administrauie
Assistant Debbe Wlbberg. Administrator
Emergency Management Director Larn
Wells. Building Official.'Asslstant Planner
Michael Hammond. Building Inspector.,
Assistant Planner David Richardson.
Emergency Management,91 I1 Coordinator
Marshall Nelson. Health Department
Administrator Doug Kent. Mosquito Control
Department Secretary Sandy Hobbs Road
Superintendent Bob Lester. Solid Waste
Director Joe Danford, Veterans Service
Offlcer/S.H.I.P. Administrator Bo Williams.
Wewahitchka Ambulance Service Director
Houston Whilield, Sheriff "Frank
McKeithen, Sheriffs Department Captain
Joe Nugent, Deputy Sheriff Chris
Brumbaugh, and Auxiliar Deputy Sheriffs
Timothy Varnes and Corbett Howell.
The meeting was- called to -order at
7:00 p.m.. E.D.T.
Administrator Wells opened the meet-
ing with prayer, and Chairman Knox led the
- Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
CONSENT AGENDA/SUPPLEMEN-
TAL CONSENT AGENDA-Upon motion by
.Commissioner Traylor.' second by
Commissioner Yeager. and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the Conrsent .Agenda
and Supplemental Consent Agenda. as fol-
low s: ;" : .' 1 .
CONSENT AGENDA: ..;I ,
1. Minutes April 13. 1999 Regular
Meeting
-April 16.1999 Special Meeting
2. Invoice Apalachee Regional Planning
Council (#54 1SI0.687.00 to be paid
from: Local Mitigation Strategy Grant
Funds) ,
3. S.H.I.P. Rehabilitation Loan Holly
Attaway IS 14.000.00]
-Rehabilitation Loan -,.Mr & Mrs.
William E, Burrows (814.000.001
SUPPLEMENTAL CONSENT AGENDA
1. Resoluuon Special Waterways Project
Grant Application Sheriff; as follows:,
RESOLUTION NO.99-12 .
SWHEREAS, the boaters of Gulf
County, Florida and visitors are a valuable
resource of Gulf County and .require pro-
tection and assistance; and
WHEREAS, it is our intent to increase
the boating public's safety through an
active-water patrol unit for educational and
rescuepurposes: and.
WHEREAS. It is our intent to assist
State agencies in times, of natural disasters.
and emergencies;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
BY THE GULF COUNTY BOARD OF COUN-
TY COMMISSIONERS as follows:
'Section 1. The Board of County.
Commissioners authorize and designate
Donald Butler, Chief Administrator, to pur-
sue application of the Special Waterways
Project Grant ,
Section 2. Grant funding will be used
to purchase a patrol vessel for the Gulf
Cpunty Sheriffs Department to improve the
boating public's safety and education on
the waters of the County,.
Section 3. The project will not exceed


S35.000.00 (as noted in the grant applica-
tion), !
ADOPTED IN REGULAR SESSION this
27th day of April, 1999. (End) .
2. Resolution Financing Fire Truck
(S.G.C.F D Bid #9899- 14). as follows:
RESOLUTION NO 99-13
: A RESOLUTION REGARDING A
LEASE PURCHASE AGREEMENT FOR THE
PURPOSE OF PROCURING A TANKER FIRE
TRUCK,
WHEREAS, Gulf County desires to
enter into that certain Lease-Purchase
Agreement dated as of April 30, 1999, by
and between Gulf County and Government
Capital Corporation, for the purpose ,of
procuring a tanker fire trutk. The County'
desires to designate this Agreement as a
qualified tax exempt -obligation" of the
County for the purpose- o0 Section
265(b)(3) of the internal Revenue Code f
1986, as amended. The) County desires to
designate Tommy Knox. Chairman of the
Board of County Commissioners as an
authorized signer of the Agreement
NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
by the Board of County Commissioners of
SGulf County
Section I That the County enter into
a Lease Purchase Agreement with
Government Capital Corporation for the
purpose of procuring a tanker fire truck
Section That the Lease Purchase
Agreement dated as of April 30. 1999. by
and between Gulf County and Government
Capital Corporaution s designated by the
County as a qualified tax exempt obhga-
uon' for the purposes of Section 265(bil3)
of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as
amended. : .. .' .
S Section 3. That the County designates
Tommy Knox. Chairman of the Board of,
County Commissioners. as an authorized
signer of the Lease Purchase Agreement
dated as of April 30, 1999, by and between
Gulf County and Government Capital
Corporation
PASSED AND APPROVED by the
Board of County Commissioners of. Gulf
County. Florida. in a meeung held on April
27. 1999. lEndi
3. S H I P. Purchase Assistance -
Peggy Plair SI 1.615 00)
..; -Subordinaution -Agreement Pyramid
Mortgage Company/Ktlbourn,. ,,.,,,.
,, RECEIVE BIDS #9899-19/DENTAL
INSURANCE-Pursuant to" 'advertisement
to receive sealed bids (#9899-19) for dental
insurance, .the following bids were received'
and 'tabled for review by. Chief
Administrator Butler, Building Official
Hammond, and Administrator Wells.
BIDS WERE RECEIVED BY GCanr D
\Vhite. RSC. Blue Cross Blue Shield. John
R Stoner Organization (Dental Decisionsj;
Business Men's Assurance (BMA); Mutual
of Omaha Companies. Standard Insurance
Company-Details of each bid are on file In'
the Clerk s Office]
RECEIVE ,BIDS #9899-20/ FINANC-
ING FIRE TRUCK [H.V.F.D.)-Pursuant
to adverusement to receive sealed bids
t,9899-201 for financing of S35.000.00 for
a fire truck for the Highland View Fire
Department, the following bids were,
received- Capital City Bank 5.45'i. 5250.00,
Doc. Fee: Governmental Capital Corp..
7 127"':-: Wewahjtchka State Bark. 5.40"',:.
Commissioner Yeager mouoned to
award the bid to Wewahitchka State Bank.
and Commissioner Peters seconded the
motion. It passed 4-0. with Commissioner
Traylor abstaJning due io lamily involve-
ment. -: :
EMERGENCY NOISE ORDINANCE
099-02/#99-03-Upon discussion by
Attorney McFarland regarding Ordinance
#99-02 which regulates noise with the
County). Commissioner 'eager motioned to
rescind the Ordinance. Commissioner
Peters seconded the motion. and it passed
unanimously. Upon discussion with Shertif
McKeithen. Commissioner Traylor
motioned to adopt the following titled ordi-
nance ,On an emergency basis
Commissioner Yeager seconded the mourn.
and it passed unanimously.
ORDINANCE NO.99-03
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING NOISE
'WITHIN THE COUiNTh: SETTING FORTH
.STATEMENT OF PURPOSE AND OBJEC-
TIVES; PROHIBITING THE MAKING OF
LOUD. UNREASONABLE. UNNATURAL OR
UNUSUAL NOISES AS SET FORTH HERE-
IN: PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT;-
ADOPTING A HEARING PROCEDURE:
PROVIDING FINES AND PENALTIES FOR
ENFORCEMENT: AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTi rE DATE IComplete Ordinance on
file in the Clerk's Office) ..
A.R.P.C./RAFFIELD, CONTRACT
AMENDMENT-LUpon discussion by
Attorney' McFarland regarding the contract
with Apalachee Reilonal Planning Council
relating to the Raifield lease,. Commissioner
Yeager motioned for Attorney McFarland to
draft a lease modification for Board
approval. Commissioner Traylor seconded
the motion, and it passed ,unanimously.
LEASE INDUSTRIAL PARK-Chief
Administrator -Butler reported -that per a
telephone Conversation with, the Chamber
of Commerce, TeleMed would like to lease
the Industrial Park site for, 15 years. Upon
discussion regarding capital improvements
and employment, the Board stated that
they would waive -the: lease amount for
three (3) years (possibly 5), if they follow
through with employing 250 people. After
further discussion about the full conditions
of the lease (renewing, future lease rates,:
etc.), Commissioner: Peters motioned for
Chief Administrator Butler and Attorney
McFarland to negotiate with TeleMed and
for the Chairman, to schedule a special,
meeting (due to time restraints) on this
matter. Commissioner Yeager seconded the
motion, and it passed unanimously,
TEMPORARY LABORER ROAD
DEPARTMENT-Upon recommendation by
Road Superintendent Lester, Commissioner
Peters motioned to hire Joseph McLemore
as a temporary Laborer (at the rate of $6.00
per hour) for the Road Department, -effec-
tive as soon as his paperwork is in order.
Commissioner Stanley seconded the
motion, and upon his .inquiry, Road
Superintendent Lester reported that he can
get by with hiring only one at this time
because one of the workers out on leave
may be returning to work (advertisement
was for- two temporary employees). The
motion then passed unanimously.


BERMS CAPE SAN BLAS/FLOOD
'98-Emergency Managemen,t Coordinator
Nelson discussed that a DSR for
S14.097 00 for the berms at the Cape is
still outstanding lan extension was granted
on the project. He stated that the project
wouldd cost more than this amount if it is
done according t. the State scope of work .
and requested that the Board hate the
funds de-obligated Upon motion by
Commi sgioner Yeager second by
Commissioner Stanley, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved this request.
,CAPITAL AREA COMMUNITY
ACTION AGENCY -REPRESENTATIVE-
Upon discussion by S.H I P. Administrator
Williams that he had resigned as the
County's representative on the Capital Area
Community Acuon Agency Board of
Directors. Commissioner Peters motioned
to appoint Robert Wilson. Jr to fill this
position Commissioner Yeager seconded
the motion. and it passed unanimously
SCHOOL SYSTEM-SherifN McKeithen
appeared before the Board to discuss the
rumors which have been circulating regard-
ing web page hit lists. etc at the High
School He discussed the incidents which h
had occurred which instigated the rumors.
and reported that both incidents hame been
resolved. He further reported that. at the
request of several parents. he would have
additUonal officers present at the schools
NATIONAL POLICE MEMORIAL
WEEK-Sheriff McKeithen reported that
National Police Memorial Week will be held
during the month of May. and he will be
approaching them with a proclamation. He
also invited them to attend a community
memorial which Is being planned.
GULF AIRE WASTEWATER TREAT-
MENT PLANT-George Walrond. Engineer
for Gulf Aire Wastewater Treatment Plant.
appeared before the Board to report on the
progress which has been made at the plant.
Upon Inquiry by Chief Administrator Butler
about plans to expand the plant. Mr.
Walrond reported that he had recommend-
ed that Mr. Duren not expand the plant
unul the new, calibrated flow meter Is
installed and they have an accurate 11ow
through the system. Alter further discus-
sion; Ddug Kent agreed to serve as 'a third
party to take the readings Ifr..m the meter,
once it has been Installed and calibrated. ;
TRAFFIC CONTROL DALKEITH-
Sharon Barrier appeared before the Board
to discuss her request for a "Slow -
Childre'n At Play" sign on her street. Upon
her discussion. Commissioner Stanley stat-
ed that he felt the 5 m.p.h signs were more
enforceable and would slow people down on
the road. After discussion by Sheriff
McKeithen. Commissioner Peters motioned
to install -Slow- Children At Play" signs on
Violet Pippin Road Commissioner Traylor
seconded the motion for discussion and.
alter discussion, the motion passed 4 to 1.
with Commissioner Stanley voting no
APALACHICOLA RIVER DREDG-
ING/NAVAL TRAINING CENTER-Wayne
Childers appeared before the Board 'to
report on the April 21st meeting held In
Wewahitchka regarding the Apalachicola
Rn-er. staung that representamues of the
Corps of Engineers were present to discuss
dredging on the rner. He requested that the
Board send letters to all U.S. Congressional
delegates from the State of Florida. seeking
their assistance In this matter. The Board
requested that he draft a letter for their
review. Upon Inquiry about the workshop
on the Naval Training Center. Chairman
Knox reported that he has not scheduled
one at this time.
NUISANCE BEES-Martlyn Black-
well discussed that she is again having a
problem with bees located or, the property
adjoining hers After discussion about nui-
sances. Attorney McFarland reported that
the Count, cannot enforce this because the
property is designated agricultural He fur-
ther reported that she could file a civil suit
to attempt to get an injuncu.n against the
property owner
APALACHICOLA RIVER-Commis-
stoner Peters commended Maril. n
Blackwell on her effc.rts In protecung the
ApalachI-cola River
GULF CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTE-
Up;on discussion by Commissioner Peters
that Henr,% Alford is In the intensive care
unit at Bay Medical Center. Administrative
Assistant Wit'berg reported that: he had:
been released. The Board agreed .to send
flo,.ers to -im at the office in Weaahitchka
,, D.O.T. COUNTY ROADS-Upon dis-
cussion by Commissioner Stanley regard-
ing a letter from the Department of
Transportation that they do not have fund-
ing available to assist the County with C.R.
382 (Industrial Road) or C.R. 387 (Howard
Creek Road), Commissioner Traylor report-
edj that legislation is being considered to
provide appropriations from the State for
such projects.
NAVAL TRAINING CENTER-,
Commissioner Stanley presented a letter'
from the Naval Coastal Systems Station
regarding- the proposed training center,
stating that they were not affiliated with
Mr. McCormack who attended the April 1st
meeting. He further reported that public
meetings and workshops will be held before
theifacility is located in this area (they are
still searching for a location).
UNION COUNTY EMPLOYEE WORK
SCHEDULE-Chairman Knox discussed
'-he possibility of changing to a 10-hour, 4-
day work week at the County departments,
due to Daylight Savings Time, and request-
ed that Attorney McFarland contact the
Union representatives regarding making a
change ,
,AWARD BID #9899-20/DENTAL
INSURANCE-Upon recommendation by
Chief Administrator Butler, Commissioner
Trtylor motioned to award bid #9899-20 for
dental insurance to Blue Cross Blue Shield
of Florida, contingent upon the $1,000.00
limit being per person, not per policy.
Commissioner Peters seconded the motion,
andi it passed unanimously.
There being no further business and
upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
ond by Commissioner Yeager, and unani-
mous vote, the meeting did then adjourn at
8:15 p.m., E.D.T.
TOMMY KNOX, .CHAIRMAN
ATTEST: BENNY C LISTER. CLERK


MINUTES OF THE


GULF COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


Rhames Reunion

Set for May 22nd ON %
The annual Rhames Fanuly I. ....
Reunion will be held on Saturday.
May 22 at the Wewahitchka _____ ,
Community Center in Wewa-I I I
hitchka. It will begin about 8:00
am and continue throughout the
day. A covered dish lunch will be
served around noon. Bring your :.
favorite dishes and come on sIi.h/i'
down. illl n in n "
This year they are planning if A .
special entertainment, and extend
an m\'itation to all family mem- OMNI.
bers and friends as well. They
invite you to come out and vsit
with them, enjoy lunch and share
in their old memories as well as -.


Now Licensed to

Sell Real Estate
OMIN. OMNI. OMNI-
Wade and Paula Clark, of ."...-. "..
Wade Clark Auctions,. have
recently completed the real estate ,.
salesperson class required for
licensing. They both passed the Backyard
state exam shortly thereafter.' he Backyard Store
Several times in the last few
years they've been asked to auc- at St. Joe RentAI
tion real estate. Now they have Ft St let
the licenses to do so. Since select- 706 First Streetf
ing a broker to operate under, MNI Phone227-2112
Anchor Realty. they, are able. to 9m
offer full service.





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WORK EVENINGS! ANSWER TELEPHONES, TAKE ORDERS AND
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from Highland View Elementary School


Dates To Remember...
May 20-Awards Day at 9:00 a.m.
May _21-Spring Fling by the Bay
at 9:00 a.nm.
May 25-Graduation for fifth
grade.
"Spring Fling by the Bay"
. Come onel Come all!
Beginning at 9 a.m. ET, students
will be treated to varieties of
careers, hobbies, and fun stuff.
There will be a variety presented
by the sheriffs department
including ,helicopter, dogs, arid
S.W.A.T. team.
Also, there will- be birds of


prey, a touch tank with 'critters
from St. Joseph's Bay and
Apalachicola Bay in it, Smokey
the Bear, physical therapy unit,
face painting, beekeeping, diving
gear and collections, arts and
crafts of varieties, cameras,
trains, tobacco coalition, classic
or antique cars and a truck, art,
fire truck knd an ambulance.
'At 1,1:30, lunch will be served
to all students and anyone who
'wishes to eat at that time. Special
guests for lunch will be former
principals and superintendents of
Highland View Elementary.
Also, special will be 'a special


HVES Beta Gives to SJBHS
[Front rowl From left are newly installed Highland View
Elementary 'School officers Taylor Green, Daniel Bennett, Henry
Kirby, and Gabble Whittington. [Back row] From left are Jeremy
Couch, Lauren Stansell, Alisha Chavous, Joy Martin, Bubba Darna,
Tom Boone, and Matt Nolen.
In the photo below, from left, presenting a check to St. Joseph
Bay Humane Society representative Carolyn Lee, are Jeremy
Couch, Joy Martin, Lauren Stansell, Taylor Green, and Alisha
Chavous.


A'~&t-.


Our K-4, grade three and four
classes .had a wonderful time as
they visited the MLni-Aker Farm
in Wewahitchka this past Friday.
They saw horses, pigs. puppies
'llamas. goats. and rabbits. While
at the farm, they were treated to a
hayride, horseback riding. and
other activities and then had
lunch at Lake Alice Park.
Also on Friday, the upper
classes (grades 'five to 12) had a
great day of fun. The 10th to 12tt
graders started the day off with a
shopping trip. stopped for lunch
at Sonic, and went on to their
final destination of the Hickor\
Bowling Lanes. The fifth through
eighth graders bowled and then

Baccalaureate

Reception Set
Members of the Port St. Joe
High School graduating class of
1999, their families, and friends
are invited to a reception in their
honor immediately following the
Baccalaureate service on Sunday,
May 23rd, at St. James Episcopal
Church. The church is located at
the intersection of Marvin Avenue
and Twenty-First Street in Port
St. Joe.


MON- Chicken Patty
Sandwich, Celery/Carrot
Sticks, Hash Browns, Cherry
Crisp, and Milk.
TUES- Taco Bake, Corn,
Pineapple, Cornbread, Taco
Sauce, and Milk.
WEDS- 1/2 Day Breakfast
Served. NO LUNCH SERVED.
MENUS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE
TO AVAILABILITY OF FOOD PRODUCTS.

Sa 4 Sedet W 1998-99
AVWEX f REXA SWWMERI


News Column

Faith Christian School

went to Taco Bell for lunch.
A special thanks goes out to
all our chaperones and drivers
who without them these trips
would not have been possible.
Once again, we would like to
remind you that this Friday, May
21. will be our K-5 kindergarten
class graduation with the K-4
participating in the program. The
program will begin at 7:00 p.m.
(eastern time) in the sanctuary of
Faith Bible Church. We always
look forward to this exciting event
as the school year comes to a
close, but these young lives have
only just begun.
Next week (May 24-28) is a
short, but busy week for our
upper classes. Please take note of
all .the activities and events and
mark your calendars accordingly.
The 24th to 2)6th will be
exams for the seventh through
eleventh graders, and awards pro-
gram for the first to fourth
graders(will be Wednesday. May
26th, at 10:30 a.m.
Thursday, May 27th, at 7:00
p.m. will be. the eighth grade grad-
uation along with. the fifth
through eighth grade awards pro-
gram.
We will finish out the week
with our high school senior grad-
uation ceremony on Friday, May
28th, at 7:00 p.m. at the
Constitution State Park. Prior to
the ceremony will be the awards
program for our tenth through
twelfth graders.
Congratulations to our high
schoolers for a job well done, but
especially to our graduating
seniors. We will miss you and
keep you in our prayers as you go
out from here 'into the "real
world". May the Lord richly bless
all of you.
Remember that this Friday,
May 21st, will be the last day for
our kindergartners.
Also, please note that the
week of the 24th to 26th we will
be dismissing early-12:00 noon.
This dismissal will be for all
remaining students, but THERE


WILL BE EXTENDED CARE for
those students needing it.
For our faithful readers, we'
just wanted you to know that'
Miss Jackie has been away In
- Virginia awaiting the arrival of,
.another grandchild. They are !
anticipating a delivery date some-
time next week. so be sure to keep'
them all in your prayers. ::


It's getting to be a busy time
right now at the middle school, so
I'll try to get everything covered,,
First, congratulations to all th '
Gold Card Club award recipients,
which are too many to name. --
We would also like to thank,'
the Gold Card Club and Mrs:
Charlotte Pierce for all their hardi.
work in making the awards possil ;r
ble. .
..Next, congrats go out to
Jimmy. Foster, Jessica Haun,
Michele Keith. and Vicki Burrows
for being nominated "Students of
the Week".
Mrs. Judy Williams would like
to remind any sixth, seventh. oc
eighth grade girl interested in Girl
Power Camp to pick up'an appli-
cation form in Room #306.
Other news in announce-,'


Faith Christian To Hold

Kindergarten Graduationi
Faith Christian. School will,
graduate its 25th kindergarten
class this Friday, May 21, at 7:003
p.m. at Faith Bible Church. The
eight "little ones" in Kim Duty's
class will walk the aisle and turn
their tassels and bring the 1998:'
99 school year to a close.
Also participating in the pro-
gram will be the K-4 students, led
by Barbara Barnes and Debbie
Burch. All parents and friends are
invited to attend this event.
Refreshments will be served on
the lawn in front of the church
following the ceremony.


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eating spot for the fifth graders. At
12:45 p.m., the kindergartner
will present the May pole dance
and at 1:00 all will gather at the
flag pole for a special ceremony
about our school.
There will be the presentation
of the flag with the R.O.T.C. and
songs with reminiscence speeches
by our special guests. ..
AL UMNI! ... You are invited
to attend all day, but we would
especially like to invite you for the
ceremony and to visit with old
classmates, principals, and
teachers from the years of yore,
We are calling this the alumni
hour from 12:45 to 2:00 p.m.. ET,
The P.T.O. will have cake and
punch for you! We will ask every-
one that attends to sign our guest
book, and we will let you kno.,
'that your student In school who'
comes will have an excused .
absence, and will be presented
with ,a certificate that they were
present to give to their school. i
This is a very special time for
us at Highland View and we want
all of YOU to join us!
Track ',n Field .
Everyone had a great time this
day! Many blue ribbons for first
place were won for dashes, three-
ilegged, sack. wheelbarrow, and
Stug-o-war. Adults also took place
in the sack race and the three-
legged race N Mrs. Willis and
Carolyn Peak won first in three-
legged with Mrs. Plair and Jewel
Hopper in second.
Thanks to the parents and
. the P.T.O. for supplying all the
goodies, and especially the cold
drinks. Each student was pre-
sented with their very own can
holder with Highland View
Elementary and their name print-,
ed on it a keepsake and a
usable item forever!
Then, To Top It Off... We
had a very special treat. They
m rched in from the school
breezeway to a fanfare.to where
the students were sitting in awe.
The Panama City Pipes and.,
Drums taught the students histo-
ry of the bagpipe and about their
clothing.
After the 1746 Battle In
Scotland, the bagpipes, could not
be played as It was considered a
weapon of war until 45 years later -
when they lifted the ban. They
played tunes with an old favonte
included-Amazing Grace.
The students were taken to;


Thank you!
Beta Club Induction
Ceremony The National Jr.
Beta Club of Highland View
Elementary was inducted on May
18th. Joy Martin. secretary,
opened the induction ceremony
with prayer, followed by Bubba
Darna. leading the Pledge of
Allegiance. '


Wewahitchka Elementary

School News .


, By Linda Whitfield


"What Does the Superintendent
Do?" Excerpts From Third Grade
In Linda Whitfield's third
grade class, the topic in Power
Wring was "What Does the
Superintendent Do?" The only
prompt I gave was, "You remem-
ber Mr. Kelley was our principal
and then he left. Why? And what
does he do as Superintendent?"
Excerpts:
Audrey Riley- "I don't know
why he left. I think he is the big
boss.
Tifanie Keith- "I think super-
intendents are people that were
principals."
Cody Raffield- ,"I want to
know why he moved. I think he
types out things."
Geoffrey Manor-- "I think he
left because everybody voted for
him."'
Rebecca Barnes- "I know he
left' us for a good reason. He
wouldn't leave us for a bad rea-
son., I know that for sure."
S Brent Walker- "I think
superintendents just sit and talk
to each other. I think that Mr.


ments is the Beta Club social
which will be on Tuesday. May,25,
at Miracle Strip Amusement Park.
Students will need to pay their
way in. but gas and transporta-
tion will be provided. Details will
be given out at a later date.
Also, to the parent. and
friends of students at the middle
school, an Awards Day will be
held on Tuesday, May 25th, In the
gym at 10:30 a.m.
With only four days of school
left, we, the students are celebrat-
ing, but keep working until 12:00
Wednesday!


Pre-Kindergarten

Round-Up May 28
A pre-kindergarten "round-
up" will be held on Friday, May
28th, at the pre-k classroom
(Main Street Site) of Wewahitchka
Elementary School from' 11 a.m.
until 3 p.m. (CT) for all three and
four year olds. Students must be
three before September 1st.
Parents, mark your calendar
now-this is the time to plan for
your child's education! Class size
is limited; positions are filled on a
first come, first served basis.
Information needed at regis-
tration will include: birth certifi-
cate, social security card, proof of
income (six weeks), proof of resi-
dence (power bill), and shot
record (blue card).
For more information, please
call (850) 639-5313.


Kelly left because he got tired of
being principle and went to being
superintendent."
Andrew Dorman- "I think a
superintendent works all day
doing paper work and thinking of
ways to make our school more,
safer." "
Meleah Lister- "I think he
left because he wanted too'."
Kelly Weeks- "I think he left
because he was board and tiredpf
being the pnncipal." .
Kayla Chumrfey- "Superin-,
tendents have to do a lot of stuff.,
They probably have to do exercis-
es every day. So that's probably
how Mr.,Kelley is so 'skinny. He.


Alisha Chavous. president.
welcomed all present and Tom.
Boone followed with a short histo-
ry. During the history presenfta:
tion, Gabble Whittington arid*
Daniel Bennett lit the candle arid"
passed it on to- their classmates;-
after which Alisha Chavous' led-
the students in the Beta pledge., -

Taylor Green introduced the
lour areas that,the.Jr. Beta cen-
ters around and which are called
"keys": key to character was given
by Lauren Stansell; key to service
by Jeremy Couch. 'ice president;
key to' leadership by Matt Nolen;
and key to achievement by Henry
Kirby. .
The president called the
names of the students to receive
.their certificates. pins. and men.-
bershlp, cards from Principal
Minnie Likely. Mrs. Likely shared
a few words with -the group and
those present, reiterating the
importance of the keys that the
Beta Club is based'on.
Alisha then ended the cere-
mony with the benediction. We
wish to''thank all parents and
".Miss Renda Kay," Aylmer, "Miss
Sandra" Brock. Joyce Sweazy,.
"Miss Kim" Nobles, and "Miss
Carolyn" Peak for all their help.


exercises every day.
Superintendents work very hard.,"
.. Gayla Williamson-. "I don't
know why he quit. We liked him
as a principal and a superinten-
dent."
Samantha Wade-' "-think he
also has a job that is still in the
school system."
Amanda Causev- "He smiles
a big smile. We all liked him. but
let me get right to the point. Why
did he quit and what does he do?"
Jamila Lewis- "I think he left
because he wanted to. I think
superintendents teach, sub. and
teach about four classes a day or
sit. eat and talk."
Brittany' Floyd- "I have no
clue why he would leave. Heprob-
ably had to retire or just wanted
to quit."
Elementary Students Piano Recital
Robin Stroud, piani and
music teacher, will present her
piano recital on Thursday, May
20th, for third and fourth graders
at 8:30 at First Baptist. There will
be a reception afterwards.


.,BULLDOG NEWS

PORT ST.. JOE
E ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


"Students Of The Week"
Congratulations to this
week's "Students-of the Week"...
Jazmine Kennedy, Evan Branch,
Allison Short, Renee Lewis,
Rashard Routse, and Jessica
Mock.. '
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 encouraged to attend.
School Advisory Council "
There will be' a School
Advisory Council' meeting on
Tuesday, May 25 at 5:30 in the
Media Center.'
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.
I 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.
S...Last Day Of School
The last day of school for stu-
,;dents Is Wednesday, May 26.
'Sch'oolwill be dismissed at 11:30
a.m..
Summer Reading camp
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 conjuhd-
tion with the Gulf County Public
Library Summer Reading
Program. For more information,
please call Paula Boone at 227-
.7481.,' :. :'
1999-2000 School Year
School', will. begin again, on
'Tuesday, August 10. Supplylists
are available in the front office.,''


"Hamel the Camel" Visits Gulf Students
Fourth and fifth grade students at Port St. Joe Elementary
listen intently as "Hamel the Camel" (Dr. Bob Perinchief) uses
rhyme and music to involve the students with art, drama, and
poetic messages about committing to drug-free/tobacco-free
lives. "Hamel the Camel" also made appearances at
Wewahitchka Elementary School, Highland, View. Elementary
School, and Faith Christian School. The presentations were
sponsored by the Tobacco-Free Partnership of Gulf County and
Students Working Against Tobacco.


rR'- '- I '
The Panama City Pipes and Drums Club demonstrates the music
of the bagpipes to Highland View Elementary students.


,the court to learn the steps of the
Highlander dance taught by Katie
Mcllroy.
We thank you Ppe Major
John Mcllroy, Piper Georgie Ord:
Pipe Sgt. Terry. Higbie; Katie
Mcllroy, dancer and piper; Ann
Ervin, bass drum; and Sally
Epler, tenor drum. You really
made this day extra special for us!


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Celebrate National Nurses Week
Hospitals and medical facilities around the county paid trib-
ute this week to nurses for the care and compassion they
provide to patients. Gulf Pines Hospital honored its nurses with
flowers, pizza, and other gifts of appreciation. Gulf Pines
Hospital is proud of its nurses who, on a daily basis, receive
compliments from both patients and family members. The local
hospital employs ov-r 20 nurses.
- In the photo above, from left are Terri Hatton, R.N.; Todd
Myers, Director of Nursing; Dr. Vincent Ivers; Carol Ericson,
L.P.N. (Scrub Nurse); and Coleman Smith, C.R.N.A.




Domestic Violence,


-th- e Afters.hOcks


By: Pam Martin
.. It takes a .lot of courage and ,
planning to leave an abusive part-
ner. What we sometimes don't
realize is, the war that the victim
has survived. When our young
men came home from ,the
Vietnam War we realized that
many of them were suffering from
Post Traumatic Shock Syndrome.
They received counseling after
that and many went on to live
normal lives.
The icutm of domestic. vio-
lence hasn't been in a war with
many enemies, just one, "the bat-
terer." Some haven't beerL able to
make a decision ini years about
Sknything as" simple as what to
cook for dinner. They haven't been
able to work because their part-
ner wanted them at home under.
complete control. The money has
been controlled for them also. Is it
any wonder that when, they final-
ly get enough courage to leave
they are confronted.wi th.pruconr.-
r4Iliabre, anger from within tiem-
selves? I have talk with sur-
vivors of domestic violence and
they say that even many years.
after abuse that they have such
4' anger. They/ carry this anger over


into relationships and they tend
not'to .havermany successful rela-
tionships. One victim told of being
in a relationship with a non-
abuser and he could say the.
wrong word and she would break
.everything in the kitchen. I
If you are a survivor of
domestic violence, first you have
my upmost respect, and second, I
would like to encourage you to
seek counseling or at least con-:
sider a support group with other
survivors. You would be surprised
at the number of survivors that
you would have a lot in common
with. .
If you are still in an abusive
relationship please know that you
don't have to stay. There are ways
to leave the relationship safely,
and we can show you how. For
more information on this or on
the support group in your area
please call my office at 639-
4300/3939 or you may call the
24-hour hotline 'at'(800) 252-
2597. "' ... ,'-
Pam 'Martin is a victim advo-
cate for the Salvation Army
Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis
Program.


SBA Chooses Panhandle


for Pilot Loan Program


The panhandle corridor,
between Pensacola ;and,
Tallahassee, has been selected as
one of the first areas in the nation
by .the U.S. Small, Business
-Administration (SBA) for. partici-
pationein the SBA's new.comnmu-
nity Express Pilot Loan Program,
according ,to ;District Directdr
Wilfredo J. Gonzalez. of the North
Florida district office.', The
Panhandle corridor lender will be
NationsBank. operated in Florida
by Bank of America.
Under the C6mmunity
Express Pilot Program. participat-
ing lenders will adopt streamlined
processing and approval' proce-
dures for the SBA-backed sipall
.business loans in the targeted
.areas.
S:The, tenders, working in con-
cert with the National Community
Reinvestment Coalition (NC RC)
will provide technical assistance
to borrowers through community-
based, non-prjfit NCRC member
organizations. They' can be
reached at (85b) 595-6234."
"This, innovative pilot pro-
'gram will help newer and smaller
businesses in New Market areas
succeed by making sure that'
.access-the credit and technical :


-"Gulf Co. Schools'

Early Dismissal
School will be dismissed early
on Wednesday. May 26th. The fol-
lowing is a bus schedule for the
Early dismissal:
Port St. Joe (ET)
'HV Elementay ................. 12:15
'N. PSJ Elementary ......... 11:30
PSJ Elementary ................ 1140
HV Elem. (Pate's run) ..... 11:40
PSJ Middle School ............ 11:50
PSJ High School......... 12:00
Wewahitchka (CT) .
/Main Street Site (WES) ..... 11:45
Itinton Site (WES) ...........,.11:50
Wewa High School ......... 12:00
Elementary School breakfast
'will be served on Wednesday, May
26th. Lunch will not' be served.


assistance-is part of the solu-
tion. not part of the problem."
District Director Gonzalez said.
"This creative, three-way pub-
lic/private partnership will help
-Us open doors of opportunity
wider."
There are eight other lenders
participating in the pilot program,
serving 't19 other areas in the
nation,' stretching from Seattle to
,Los Angeles to Miami and New
York City. The, pilot is scheduled
to run for" five years,, and SBA
expects to additional lenders later
this year, .
: All lenders are members of
the NCRC',s Banker/Community
Collaborative Council. They all
have, preferred lender status in
SBA's 7(a) General Business Loan
Guaranty Program.
This new SBA loan program
includes term loans, lines of cred-
it and commercial mortgages.
Loan proceeds can, be used for
purchasing inventory, machinery
and equipment. land and build-
Ings and for working capital.
The critical element of the
program is the link between the
SBA-backed loans and technical
assistance that vwill be funded by
lenders and provided by NCRC
meriber organizations. Browsers
will receive hands-on training and
support, both before and after
closings. '
The community Express Pilot
Program is part of SBA's New
Market' Initiatives, which is
designed to spur economic devel-
opment 'and job creation in
untapped Irural and 'inner city
communities with venture capital,
commercial loan credits and tech-
nical assistance.,
The- SBA ,was established in
1953 to help small businesses get
started and grow.
If you would like additional
information about the new pilot
program, dial (800). 263-2055 to
speak ,with a NationsBank/Bank
of America representative. If you
desire information about the
numerous other SBA loan pro-
grams or services, give the North
Florida district office a call in
Jacksonville at (904) 443-1900.


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1999

Hannon Realty welcomes Mrs.,Melba Barbee.to its sales
staff. Mrs. Barbee is the wife of Joel Barbee and they
reside at 1207 Monument Av&. in 'Port St. Joe. Mrs. Barbee'
graduated from Port St. Joe High School in j964.
Previously she has been active in the .Jaycee.sand she is a
member of Long Avnnue 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 B .~


Kristy Ford Earns

Graduate Degree
Kristy Michelle Ford received
her graduate degree from Georgia
State University and the
Psychological Studies Institute
Friday evening, May 14. She
earned a Master's of Science in
Professional Counseling degree
with a diploma in Christian
Counseling.

She is the wife of Tyler Ford, a
former resident of Port St. Joe.
The Fords live in Monroe, Georgia.



Boyd Office Hours
A member of U.S. Rep. Allen.
Boyd's staff will be visiting Port
St. Joe on the third Friday of
every month so that the people of
Gulf County will have the oppor-
tunity to discuss in person the
issues which concern them.
A representative of Rep.
Boyd's staffI Mll be at the Gulf
County Courthouse in the down-
stairs conference room from 9:00'
a.m. until 11:30 a.m. ET on
Friday, May 21.


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$85,000.
Bayfront lot 75'x40 t h beautiful palms.
$79,900. Owner is '
GULFSIDE LOTS
Secluded Dunes $99,000 to $125,000. Owner financ-
'2BA recent- ing, owner is broker. *
carport, sep- Surfside Estates #38, $59,900. Owner is broker.
ck in back. Paradise Gulf Subd. Access to gulf and bay. $29,900 to
24,900. Call $49,900. Owner is broker.
LSs3249. LAGOONN FRONT LOTS '
100x300', $39,900. Owfier/broker. Owner financing!
d 300 x400', $99,000. Owner/broker. Owner financing!
Iad 200'x400', $79,900. Owner financing!


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MEXICO BEACH & ST. JOE 'BEACH
Gulf front townhouse 2BR/2BA, 'all new inside, tile,
carpet, stereo system, beautiful view! $159,000.
Unobstructed gulf view 2BR/2.5BA w/decks overlook-
ing the gulf. Sold furnished & ready to rent.
$159,900.
3BR/3BA on 3 lots, brick with mother-in-law suite,
, $139,900 .
3BR/2BA brick home on.2 lots with sprinkler system,
garden tub, irr. well, $137,500.
3BR/2BA mobile home on 1 1/2 lots, outside storage &
bonus rm. $69,900.
Mobile home at Creekwood Est. Storage scrdened
porches, furnished, $41,500'


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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, $9.9,900.,


PROPERTY IN WEWAHITCHKA
3. lots, 150'xl120' total, on Water Street.
Approximately 1 block from Lake Alice. City
water and sewer. A great buy at $17,500.


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ground 0ool. $42,000.
LOTS
. Water view 75x150, $65,000;
Water view 50x150, $69,000.
Gulf Aire across from pool, $24,500.
ACREAGE/OVERSTREET AREA
20 acres with pines, $37,000
20 acres with pines $47,000
2.75 acres, trees. $16,000.
PORT ST. JOE AREA
137 Cape Plantation, Port St. Joe. Beautiful view over-
looking St. ]oseph's Bay Country Club golf course.
3BR/2BA, 2 car garage. price: $179,900. MLS#2970.
443 Rd. 20 3BR/2 BA on 12 lots, fireplace, great room.
$79,900.
LOTS
Port St. Joe: Approx 75 x 180 121 Hunter Circle. Nice
lot in.great location. $19,500.00 MLS#3661 Call
Susie White 850-227-9600.
White City: Approx 150 x 150 comer lot, already has
water hook up. Call Today. $12,000.00 MLS#2969
Call Susie White 850-227-9600.
White City: Approx 100 x 200 nice lots $16,500.00
MLS#3572 Call Susie White 850-227-9600.
Ward Ridge 75x120', city water & sewer, owner financ-
ing, $19,900.
Cabell Drive lots that are 135' to 140'on the front.
Water and sewer. $18,000 to $28,50.
Garrison & Marvin Ave. several lots that are 100'x150'
S' from $14,000 to $21,000.
Four 3 acre parcels. Each at $19,900.
Bay Breeze, 100'x297'. $11,900 and up:

Large Tracts We have several large gulf-
front, bayfront and lagoon front tracts
available that would be excellent for
development. 1.75 million to 8 million.

For more information about these and other
properties for sale or rent call 1-800-852-
2990 or www.thompson-rish.com


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


written defenses. If any. to It on Lillie Lemols 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 Lemols 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
GULFCOUNITY. FLORIDA
/s/Tonya Knox ','


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 99-147
IN RE: Adoption of a Minor Child.
(DOB: 9/15/95)
NOTICE DEOF ACTION
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


CONGRATULATIONS TO PRUDENTIAL


R AL ESTATE PRESIDENT'S, .CLE.WINNERS!



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Jack Prophater


Ruth Schoelles


Donna Spears


PUBLIC NO TIC ES


BEACHFRONT 378 Gulf Pines Dr. Gulf Pines
..-, Subdivision. ,Ope oL 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-
ings, 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.





08 S. 29th St ic B ACH FRONT ONE'








OF A KIND! ami ecutive 3BR.'2 5BA appro,.
*260 und is 2 car underneath parking
storage. Net level has foyer, powder
I c hen, master BR and BA suite. Magnificent
r;'tfoom Iliing 'dining, fireplace, sliding Andersen
glass dour across this main livIng leu %I opening onto a

to a functional Widow's Walk. Excellent construction -
pickled pine walls, white oak floors. Many, many ameni-
ties Must see! Partialiv furnished. This type of beach
front home does not become available very often!
Situated on 2 lots has 101 2 of beach front. $650,000 or
further information ask for Eltlen All femore, 648-5146.
further information ask for Ellen Allemore, 648-5146.


NlTICE QE ADMINISTRATION
THE ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of
ETHEL G. BROWDER, deceased, File Nu''.1r 99-
25-CP is pending in the Circuit Court ar Gulf
County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which is Gulf County Courthouse. 1000 Cecil C.
Costin Sr., Blvd., 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 THS NOTICE III All
claims against the'estate and (2) ar%, ,:.bieu.:,r, b .
an interested person on whom nouce a ase.red
that challenges the validity of the Will, the qualifi-
cations of the Personal Representative. venue or
jurisdiction of the Court.


1 Deputy Clerk
4tc, May 6. 13, 20. and 27, 1999.
IN THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
S ROBIN LYNN DeFOREST,
WIfe/Petitioner,
and CASE NO. 99-151
EDWARD ALLEN DeFOREST.
Husband/Respondemt
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: EDWARD ALLEN DeFOREST
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
for Dissolution ofMarriage hms been filed agijr.is
you and you are required it:, ser.e a copy ol OLfur
written defenses, if ar\ to this acuor. on DAVID C
GASKIN. ESQ., Peitoner s anornev whoze
address Is Post Olirce Bt i65. 'WewahiuChka
Flond, 32465 on or before ume 3rd dat of June.
1999 ard [Ile the onginal vith the Clerk of this
Court eitner before service on p'uuoner s ailorne5
or immediately thereafter: otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief demanded in,
the petition.
WITNESS n hand and the ;eal of this court
on the 4th dayofl May. 1999
'. ". ; BrnnyvC Uiter
Clerk of Circmui Court ;i
By: /s/ Benny C. Muster
4tc. May 6, 13. 20. and 27, 1999.
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTIONr
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
The Departnment announce. receipt of'an appllca.
uon for permit irom Terry Rhiodes. File No 23.
0151917-001.DF to recover precut submerged
umber from the waters of the Apalachlcola River,
beginning at Queens CIv F'olnt and ending at
Sauls Creek for a total of 40 river miles The timber,
recoveries %ill be conducted in Gull County
2tc, May 13 and 20, 1999. '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY i
CASE NO 99 23
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
LAMAR C ALLIGOOD
deceased
NOTICE FI OE ADMINISTRATION
THE. ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of
LAMAR C ALLIGOOD. deceased. File Number 99-
23 Is pending In the CIrcuit Court for Gulf County,
Florida. Probate Division. the address of which Is
Gullf Count Courtunhouse. 1000 Cecd G Costin Sr.
BId Pon St Joe. Flonda 32456 The name and'
address of the Personal Repres-enative and his
atrumeyv are set [o-rLh below
All Intcresied persons are requued to file
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE III Al
claims _ainims the estate and (21 am nobjecion b%.
an inteiestie person n ho,,m rnoce %a5 se-vea
thai challenges the v-al-4Ir of the Will the qualli.
cautions of the F'ersonal Representauie venue or
Junsdiction ol the Court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
DATE of the ftrLs publication of this Nouce of
Adrrinistrauin May 13 1999.
/. / WILLIAM J RISH
RISH. GIBSON a SCHOLZ. P.A.
206 E 4th St'eet
P. O. Box 39
Port St. Joe, Florida 32457 ,
(904) 229-8211


ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
DATE of the first publication of this Notice of
Administration 5-20-99.
/s/ WILLIAM J. RISH
RISH, GIBSON & SCHOLZ. P.A.
206 E. 4th Street
P. 0. Box 39 1
Port St. Joe, Florida 32457
(904) 229-8211
ATTORNEY FOR: PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
FL BAR NO.0066806
OLIVER F. TAYLOR :
9347 Cockles Avenue
Pon St Joe Floriinda 32456
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
2tc May 20 and 27. 1999


ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
FL BAR NO. 0066806
/s/ JIM C. ALLIGOOD
5006 Holly Avenue
Panama City, Florida 32466
PERSONAL.REPRESENTATIVE
2tc. May 13 and 20, 1999.
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given on 4-26-99, pursuant to
Section 367.045, Florida Statutes, of the applica-
tion of Lighthouse Utilities Co., Inc.. to amend its
Water Certificate No. 491-W to add territory in Gulf
County, Florida as follows:
PART V, TERRITORY DESCRIPTION AND MAPS
Exhibit V-A. Territory Descriptions
The following Is a description of proposed territo-
r ', ies to be added:
GulfCounr't FL
'T.:.aTonhilp SouLr Range 10 West
Sections 20, 29, 32. 33, 28, 27, 34. 35. 36
Township 9 South, Range 10 West
Sections 6, 7. 18. 5. 8. 17. 4, 9, 3, 10, 2
Sections 1, 11. 12 to County Line
T,, TrshiLp L :-:,.'ar, Range 11 West
Seu-.,nz 24 'i,.
Township 8 South Range 9 West
I Sections 31, 32 Ii.:. C.:un-, line)
Township 9 South, Range 9 West
SSections 6 (to County line)
Any objection to the said application must be made
c In writing and filed with the. Director, Division of
Records and R.ep.run_ Florida Public Service
Commission, 2'54, Shumard Oak Blvd.,
STallahassee, Florida 32399-05'0 virhin 30 days
from the date of this notice. .At the -uime time, a
copy of said objection should be mailed to the
applicant whose address Is set forth below. The
objection must state the grounds for the objection
with particularity., i
LIGHTHOUSE UTILITIES CO., INC.
., P.O. BOX 428
PORT ST JOE FL 324'5;
2 2re. M v, 20 ind 27 1999 .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOURTEErITH
JUIDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
SFLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COLIrim
CASE NO. 99-25-CP
IN PROBATE
IN RE Tie E-tate of
ETHEL G. BROWDER
S, deceased.
/ *


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Fantasy Properties, Inc.

.1200 U. S. Hwy. 98 2221 CR C-30
Mexico Beach, FL 32410 I Simmons Bayou on St. Joe Bay
Sales: 850.648-2020 or Rentals 850.648.5146 850.227.2511 or 888.458.7470
1.800.458.7478


John M. Delorme,
Realtor/Broker
647-3633.
Ellen F. Allemore,
Realtor/Broker
Tom Graney 647-3736
Marlene Harris 647-5316
Joan Srnmlthwick 647-4150


Classic Custom Built e, 106
S. 26th St., NMexico ctlj room, 4 bath
on two lots hiet. re vinyl siding and
metal as many desired features-
,oak flooring, Andersen doors/
ows, solid wood cabinetry, dual CH/A,
walk around decks (968 sq. ft); interesting
open,2nd living level with alcove.es. Widow's
walk. Never rented. Over 3100 sq. ft. fur-
nished $750,000.


BEACH FRONT New Listing 8027
Hwvy. 98, St. Joe Beach. 4 bedrbom,' 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 condi-
tioning for each of three levels. Partially'
furnished. $550,000. Call Marlene.


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Helen Spohrer Jerry Thompson

Jack Prophater; Ruth Schoelles; Donna Spears, GRI; Helen Spohrer, CCIM, GRI; and Jerry Thompson, ABR
have been named to The Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc. prestigious President's Circle, Residential, for
1998. The award recognizes residential sales associates who place in the top 3 percent of the Prudential
Real Estate network.

The winners were recognized during the special awards ceremonies at Prudential Real Estate's Annucial
International Business Conference in Orlando. The three-dqy event was attended by real estate profession-
als from throughout the United States and Canada.

Prudential Resort Realty of St. George Island, established in 1985,'.services Florida's Forgotten Coast from
Mexico Beach to Alligator Point. It is an independently owned and operated' member of the Prudential Real
Estate Affiliates, Inc.


APALACHICOLA
850-653-2555
71 Market Street
Apalachicola, FL'
L. 32320


Prudential

Resort Realty of

St. George Island
www.stgeorgeisland.com


ST. GEORGE ISLAND ST. JOSEPH BAY
850-927-2666 850-227-2000
123 Gulf Beach Dr. W 1520 Co. Rd. C-30
St. George Island, FL Port St. Joe, FL
32328 32456


CAPE SAN BLAS
AT BARRIER DUNES
850-229-9800
110 Barrier Dunes Dr.
Port St. Joe, FL
32456


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 fire-
.place. Great rental. $195,000.00.


RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE.
Qarted on the canal with six boat slips. Price
includes the business, two canal front lots, the
building, all furnishings, and inventory. Call
for details. $550,000. (FC001)


102 N. 36th Street., Mexico Beach. $165,000.'
COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL, RETAIL.
Zoned general commercial. 3 bedroom,'2 bath
home. Lots of possibilities, very nice single
family home or excellent location for business.
Call for more information. Lot size 75'xlOO'.
Adjoining lot available, on Hwy. 98 making
combined lot size 100'x150', 100' on Hwy. 98.
total package. $400,000.


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

St. Joe Beach, Seashores Subd. Lots 6, 7, 8 Blk
A Nautilus Dr., for one lot only $24,000. (FP004)
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 tremen-
dous opportunity at $69,000.
http:www.fantasyproperties.com
e-mail: fantasy@digitalexp.com


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Cape San Bias office: 850-229-2777 or 800-654-8689
St. Joe Beach office: 850-647-3333 or 800-411-3717
CAPE SAN BLAS
1st Tier Beach Condo, 2BR/2BA, greal view of Gulf. $115,000.
Gulf Front Lot, 131'x380' avg. depth MOL. $295,000.
NEW Barrier Dunes Units with a Gulf View, $118,440-$169,900.
Barrier Dunes 43, 1BR/1,5BA. $115,900.
New Subd. Clifton Place. Gu'f Front Lots. $179,900. 1st Tier $72,000.
PORT ST. JOE
Very nice 4BR/2.5BA on Palm Blvd. $117,000.
INDIAN PASS
New Gulf Front lot, 100'xl 189' avg. depth MQL. $275,000
Equestrian Estate, 2BR/2BA home located on approx 4 acres. $99,500.
2 Gulf Front Lots, 100'x397 100 x500' avg depth MOL. $250,000-$254,900.
SALES ASSOCIATES RENTAL MANAGER,
Margaret Fletcher margarethifla beach corn Vickie Davis Gape San Bias
Jeff Fletcher jeffreyF'tla beach corn -
Victor Ramos v.ciorr@lla beach cornm
K;m Harrison kimh@glao-beach cornm


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The Star. Port St. Joe. FL Thursday. Dec. 10. 1998


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





'95 Jeep Grand Cherokee Ltd. Edition,
V-8, 4wd, loaded, $19,500. 647-9820
after 8 p.m. tfc. 5/6
Suzuki GS-240 classic, shaft drive, auto
trans., garage kept, $1,300 obo. Call
227-9478. 2tc 5/20
4X4 FORD BRONCO, V-8, new paint,
cd, runs great, $4,600. Leave message,
call 229-9289.. 2tc 5/20
1993 Ford' Explorer Sport, 5-spd.,
power windows. door locks. NADA
$10,000. Asking $8,000 or- best offer.'
9 647-9667 or 229-6268. 2tp5/13
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 with walk around
cuddy cabin. Powered by OMC Sea,
Drive, $6,000. For full info., call John at
850-648-8900. 4tp 5/6


I FOR RIENTb


One bedroom cottage on Chspola River.
Water and garbage furnished 8300 a
month plus deposit. 639-3474.
2tc 5/13


Three bedroom double wide, unfur-
nished, mobile home, Cockle Ave.,
Beacon Hill. 647-3220. 2tc 5/13
.Two bedroom apartment. I 1/2 bath.
Living room and dining room. beautiful
view of the gulf. Gulf Ajre. 8545 a
month with 8400 deposit. 647-3742.
SI f .- l 5/
For rent in Gulfaire Subd.'Almost new 3
bedroom, 2 bath home. 1600 sq. ft,
washer/dryer. jacuzzi. $1,000 per
month plus utilues. Available 2/15/99;.
4 Parker Realty of Mexico Beach, 648-
5777. tfc 5/6
Casa Del Mar condo, 2 bed-
rooms, 1 1/2 bath, stove, -
refrigerator, washer & dryer,
furnished. Call 229-6061 or
229-6961, Bill Carr.
tfc 5/13

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

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


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


MINI STORAGE
Ofe. 509 4th St.\
STPort t. Joe, rFL

229o6200


Available Soon! One
Bedroom Handicap
Apartment Subsidy
Available
PINE RIDGE APTS., 125
Venus Dr., Port St. Joe, FL
32456 (850) 227-7451
Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities.
On-site Management
VOICE/TTY ACCESS
(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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2 bedroom house in Howard Creek for
rent. Fenced in yard. Call 850-327-
4889. 2tp 5/20
Small, quaint 2 bedroom home off
Overstreet 'Road and Wetappo Creek.
$300 mo. Ideal for 1-2 persons. Security
deposit required. 763-3139. tfc 5/20
Available June 1, 2 bdrm., 1 bath,
Beacon Hill, 117 Helmet St. Call Bill.
Carr, 229-6061 or 229-6961. tfc 5/20
Unfurnished townhouse, 2 bdrm., 2
1/2 ba., $500 deposit, $500 per month.
Between 5th & 6th St., Hwy. 98, Mexico
Beach. Call 647-5942. 2tc 5/20
Mexico Beach house for rent, long term.
Walk to beach. 3 bed. brick ranch, sun
room with carport. Available June 1,
$675. 648-3088, 684-8005. 2tc 5/20
Double wide mobile home, 4 bedroom, 2
bath, $375 month plus, $375. deposit.
827-8309. 913-0533 after 4 p.m.
2tc 5/13
Three bedroom double wide. unfur-
nished. mobile home. Cockle Ave..
Beacon Hill. 647-3220. 2tc 5/13
Rent; or Long Term Lease: on Intra-
coastal Waterway in Overstreet.
Waterfront home, 4 BR, no pets "nslde,
deposit and references required. $750
month. Available 3rd week in May. Call
334-677-6086. If not in office, leave
message. fc 5/6
Gulf Shore Court. Trailer for rent. No
pets. 1 block from St. Joe Beach. 647-
5106. tfc 5/6
Mexico Beach mobile home lot for rent
in quiet park. Call 648-8201. tfc 4/29,


One bedroom furnished apartinment. all
utilities included. 229-2727. U'c 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. tfc 5/6,


For Rent: quaint building. clear, small.
easy to decorate, ideal for small wed-
dings, receptions. dinners, great rates.
For information call 227-1278, or 227-.
1776. tic 9/25
UNFURNISHED
*, Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & refrig.,
cen. h&a. screen porch, carort
la'undry rm. ,1
* Large 2 bedroom apartment. stove'&'
refrig., washer/dryer hook-up.
* New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm., ch&a, dish-.
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
pets.
FURNISHED
*Small 2 bdrm. home, auto heal & air,.
stasher/dryer hook-up. ,
* One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hookup.
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m. tfc 5/6


Mexico Beach Mini
Storage Units, 6'x12',
and 12'x12'. 648-5146,
Fantasy Properties
tc 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
Mini Blinds ,
On-siteManagement
S 'Voice/TlY Access _?
(352) 472-3952


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

Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities
S Onri-site Management
( Voice/TrY Access
(352) 472-3952 __
tfc 5T6


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/TTY Access
(352) 472-3952 tfe
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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 and Homes for Rent: One to
3 bedroom apartments. duplexes, and
homes for rent in Mexico Beach.
Furnished and unfurnished. Call
Parker Realty at 850-648-5777 for more
information. tfc 5/6





Yard Sale: May 22nd at 561 Welton Dri
in Oak Grove, from 8:00 a.m. until.
Rain cancels.
Yard Sale: Saturday, May 22, 8 a.m.
until, Treasure Bay Lodge, 3915 Hwy.
C30A. Itc 5/20
Yard Sale: Saturday, May 22nd, 8 a.m.
- I p.m. Lamps, quilts; lots of miscella-
neous, rain or shine. 7008 Georgia Ave.,
St Joe Beach. .


Yard Sale: 2284 Hwy. 98, in front of:
Styles by Sherry, Saturday,. May 22, 8
a.m. to 1 p.m..
Yard Sale: M;scellaneous items, tools,
etc. 212 Balboa St., St. Joe Beach. 8
a.m. Saturday,. May 22.
Laroe 2 family yard sale. household.
antiques and miscellaneous. Friday and
Saturday, 7 a.m. till. 160 Albany
.Thomas Rd., Wewa, south city limits.


HUGE YARD SALE: Sat., May 22nd,
from 8 a.m. to noon. 9161 Cockles Ave.,
Beacon Hill. We're here in our "Bright
Blue Vest" bound and determined "TO'
DO OUR,BEST" We've cleaned out the
closets, drawers, and chest. Attics.
garages, not forgetting the rest! It's for a
'good purpose,. reason, and cause. We,
are the Gull' Rangers and Rangerettes.
Come meet us and help us reach our
goals! Thank you one and all for your
kind support. Itp
Sa 1 aw %t 9 74e Sta!c


Full time nail tech. Apply in person 'at
2284 Hwy. 98, Styles by Sherry.
Looking for good mechanic with shop'
management experience. Please contact
Mike at 227-1105. Itc 5/20
Young man to work 4-5 hours every
Saturday during summer months dutr-
ing miscellaneous chores. Will pay $6
per hour. Mustbe dependable. For more
Info call 648-5905 after, 8 p,m. EST.
2tc 5/20
People friendly, organized, optometric
technician needed for our busy opto-
inetric/ophthalmnic practice in our Port
St. Joe location. Experience preferred,
but will u-ain the rightapplicant. This is
a full-time position, offering excellent
benefits and competitive pay. Interested
persons should submit resumes to.
Kathi Hammond, Office Manager, 470
Harrison Ave., Panama City, FL 32401.
2tc 5/20
MIG and TIG welders to weld aluminum
and sheet metal workers for manufac-
turing all welded aluminum boats. Call,
850-697-3337, or mail resume to.,
Dockside Marina & Boatv.'orks, P. O.Box'
636, Timber Island Rd., carrabelle, FL
32322. ltc 5/20,


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


The City of Me..lco Beach is seeking
applications for a Beach & Surf
Information Specialist. This is a part-
time position of 20-hours per week
working Friday. Saturday. and Sunday
(Monday on holiday weekends). The
position will last from May 28 through
Sept. 6. 1999. Applicants are required
to be strong swin-imers. pass a physical
and background check. hase a current
Florida drivers license, be at least 18
years of age. and be a high school gsrad-
uate or equivalent. Starting salary is
$6.50 per hour. The position requires


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the Specialist to operate a 4-wheel ATV
on the beach while accomplishing
:Beach/Tourism Safety & Promotion
and En\ironmental Protection &
Concerns". The City of Mexico Beach is
an equal opportunity employer. Come b
the Mexico Beach Police Dept. at 118 N.
14th St. to pick up an application or call
648-4790. Applicants must be received
by Wednesday. May 26th at 4:00 p.m.
Ite 5/20
Carpenter, $10 hr. Must have trans-
portation. For work in Apalachicola.
Call 653-9854 after 5. 2tp 5/13


It's time to connect to an exciting career with a leading
'global company. ALLTEL Corporation supplies a variety
of state-of-the-art telecommunications, wireless and
personal communications services worldwide.


In this position, the candidate will work approximately 30 hours/week
servicing the Port St. Joe area. including the Tyndall Air Force Base
area. -Candidate will be responsible for selling high-tech personal
connectivity products, including wireless, long distance and paging
products and services. A .HS diploma or equivalent is required; BA or
BS is preferred Also required is a minimum of 2 years' retail sales
experience, outstanding customer service skills, and the ability to work
a flexible schedule including weekends, evenings and holidays

We offer an. outstanding compensation package, as well as all the
benefits you would expect from a Fortune 500 company including
medical, dental, life insurance, profile sharing and a stock purchase
program, as well as additional Denefils above and beyond the norm.

Make the right connection to a dynamic career. Please forward your
resume to: ALLTEL Communications, Inc.. Attn: Retail Sales
Manager, 2503 Hwy. 77 North, Panama City, FL 32405. FAX: (850)
769-9423. Visit our web site at www.alltel.com EOE M/F/D/V


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CUSTOM LAWN
SERVICE

Jeff Wood 227-1559


Glynn Dykes
Drywall
"No job too big, or loo small"
221-1785
Free Estimales Insured

* Residential 'custom Wood
* Commercial *Industrial
A & R Fence
fencing and Concrete Work
Albert Fleischmann FREE Estimates
EIN#(593115646 850) 647-4047


?"\ '- Residential
Commercial
Termite & Pest Control
Termite Treatments Restaurant Motel
Flea Control Condominiums
Household Pest Control New Treatment/
Real Estate (WDO) Reports Construction Sites

FAMILY OWNED
PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
"Serving Gulf Co. & Surrounding Area
Free Estimates & Inspections

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

BOB'S PAINT 8
BODY SHOP
30 Continuous Years of
Automotive' Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks
Body & Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Body Work
MV02522
Call or See BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-7229









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

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


Serving Port St. Joe and Surrounding Area for 15 Plus Years
Major Appliance, Air Condition & Electrical Repairs
DANIELS SERVICE CO., INC.
850-229-8416
RA0043378 ER0b07623


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


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


STUTZMAN ROOFING
RC #0038936
Specializing in Reroofs *
Single-Ply & Repairs
"Where Qualiy Is Higher Than Price"
229--8631



Steve Brant's


R00FING
LICENSED & INSURED
LIC.#RC0050321
Port St. Joe Call

229-6326

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


Yttentio'n to-. .etrid
Michael Wood Residential Contractor 227-1589
Fine carpe-ntry & architectural details
repairs remodels decks fenced
Insured License #RR0067190 /


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- GARRY L. GADDIS
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATIfON & REPAIR
EXTENDED WARRANTY FREE ESTIMATES REPAIRS ON ALL BRANDS INSTANT FINANCING
SERVICE AGREEMENTS
< 648-5474 FL LICENSE ER0010992, RAl 154218>


THE CABINET SHOPPE

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

PUMP REPAIR & SALES LICENSED & INSURED

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


Mize Plumbing, Glass & Supply, Inc.
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS REMODELING
PLUMBING SUPPLIES GLASS, MIRRORS & SHOWER DOORS
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL Lic. #CF-COS57220, RGO051008, ERO011618
520 E. First St., Port St. Joe, FL
850-229-6821 or 227-3885


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COINS BY THE BAY! I buy and sell old
coins and paper money. Billy Stephens,
fair prices. Home 229-6104. bus. 229-
6803 tfc 5/6

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


C. J.'s tLwn
Service
FULL LAWN SERVICE
VACUUM YARD MACHINES
'/ TRIMMING ;
/ will work for you.
Serving Mexico Beach, St. Joe
Beach, Port St. Joe and
Wewahitchka
Clyde Sanford (850) 648-8492


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


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


Help wanted immediately. Full time
year round position, front desk person
to work in real estate and rental office at
Cape San Blas. Call Anchor Vacation.
Properties for interview. 229-2777.
2tc 5/13"
Housekeepers and inspector. Opening
for full time inspector and housekeepers
in busy property management office on
Cape San Blas. Weekend work required.
References preferred, Cape San Bias
Vacation Rentals, Inc. Call 229-6916.
2tc 5/13

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.
tfc 5/6


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

Alcoholics Anonymous, Surfside
Serenity Group, meets Mon.,
Thurs., Fri. at 7:30 p.m. CST at
the 1st United Methodist Church,
22nd St., Mexico Beach. Women's
open AA meeting, 12 noon. CST
Thursday.


tMARVIN'S
Satellite Service
6331 Georgia Avenue Call (850) 647-3171
Port St. Joe, FL 32456 Cell (850) 899-1061

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SHUTTERS and SCREEN

ENCLOSURES 227-3628 1
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JEFF'S TREE SERVICE
17 years experience in
Removal, Trimming, Etc.
Free Estimates Low Rates
850-762-4660


SDiesel Service
sel Engine Repair
.A -8651 or 227-8024
Phone Mobile
OWNER: Ben Sherrill

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


NEEDED IMMEDIATELY! COOKS,
DISHWASHERS, KITCHEN HELP AND
WAITING STAFF. Apply in person or
phone: DUNES BEACH RESTAURANT,
3625 Cape San Blas Road, Port St. Joe,
FL 32456, 850-227-3655 or 850-227-
1819. tfc 5/6


Reservationist/receptionist needed at
Mexico Beach office, Part time and
weekend work. Good attitude a must.
Call Thompson-Rish Realty at 227-9600
or 648-5449. tfc 5/20
Part time office position in the reserva-
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 mail or fax
resumes to Parker Realty of Mexico
Beach, P. 0. Box 123. Mexico Beach, FL
32410, fax # 850-648-5779. E-mail'
address. parkerrealtv'@digitalexp.com. "
tfc 5/6,
Fry cook needed. Part time bartender
and cashier also needed. Apply between
9 a.m. and 11 a.m.'In person at the Fish
House Restaurant, Mexico Beach.
tfc 5/6




i-Mac computer, Mac-OS. 8.0 pracUcal-
ly new. Rarely used. 81,000 obo.
229-7039. 4tc 5/20


ChrisW Appliance
Repair Service
477 Ponderosa Pines Drive
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Owner: Chris Acree
Mobile 227-8083
Office: 227-1402


Circle S Refinishing
Repair Touchup or Complete
Refinishing. We do it ALL from
furniture to floor. Free Estimates
Ths orea's mcsl experienced refinishels:
827-6828 ask for Dusty

STEVE'S OUTBOARD
MARINE
229-BOAT


A Catherine L. Collier
1C Independent Sales
,/^ IRepresentaltve
211 Allen Memorial Way
S Il -- Port SL Joe
AVO (850) 229-6460
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MOWER & SAW

REPAIR
Barfield's Lawn 8 Garden,
212 Third St.
229-2727,
35 years experience
New & Used Equipment Sales
FREE pickup and delivery
(when we do your repair)
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Jerry's This and That
Antiques Collectables Used Furniture TV's Appliances
2457 Hwy. 71 North JERRY or JANE KEEL
Wewahitchka, FL 32465 6/3 (850) 639-4172


WE BUY HOUSES
fast cash quick closings any condition
(850) 648-5435 (904) 783-0333


PHILVS HOME IMPROVEMENTS
REPAIR AND REMODELING
N (850) 229-6460
I Phil Collier Residential Contractor
tfc 5/6 Licensed'and 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 602
Home (850) 648-5919 Port St. Joe, FL 32457


Very nice navy blue print sleeper sofa,
$150 white 4-buirner electric
stove/oven, like new! $275. 229-627 I.
FREE: queen size waterbed mattress,
softside. 229-8447. ltc 5/20
Tools and things, 195 South Osceola
St., Indian Pass. Sat., May 22, 9 till.
REDUCE: while you sleep, take OPAL
tables and E-vap Diuretic. Available
Pitts Pharmacy in Wewahitchka. Itp
Two 17" color TVs. one w/remote, coffee


YARD WORK AND LIGHT HAUL-
ING, ECONOMICAL. Call after 5
p.m., 227-3559. 2tp 5/29
Saky S /t I? 7Te St4ar


1. P. Cleaning Serviies
No Job Too Big or Small
For FREE Estimates 227-5260
Homes, Offices, Mobile Homes
4p 4/22


Michael Heatherly

PAINTING
Interior & Exterior
15 years Professional
INeat & Clean
Husband & Wife Team

(850) 2298778
-, Atip 5/20

aGood Work Doesn't Cost,
It PaysI!

ST. JOE TREE AND
STUMP REMOVAL
Brush Chipping, Stump Grinding,
and Logging INSURED
6924 Alabama Avenue *
Port St. Joe
850-647-3405
S5/6 Charles Tipton


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PHOTO DEVELOPING, available at
Barfield's, 229-2727, 212 Third St.,
Port St. Joe (at former Photo World
Shop) tfc 5/13


Antique pump organ, approx 80 yrs.
old. Works hood in good condliUon over-
,all. Has side oil-lamp -holder. Ask
. $1,000 obo. 229-6773. 2tc 5/13
,,..,Super single waterbed, like new, to
trade for queen size bed frame, box
'springs and mattress. Call 229-1091.
3tc 5/6,


table, VCR, ski exerciser. -b4 Rings, Necklaces, Knives, Radio/
large 5-draer solid wood dresser. 865. Stereo, Bcycles, Tools, Layaway
64Large 5-drawer soldiwood dresser 65. available. Buy Sell Trade. PAWN
-. SHOPPE, 212 3rd St., 227-PAWN
Spinet console piano, responsible party--, i, c 5/6
to take over payments. Can be seen
locally. 904-736-8813. .2tp 5/20 Used furniture for sale. Johnnie's
Trim Shop, 310 4th St., Port St. Joe.
Oak dining table with 4 chairs. &oa tfc, 5/6


buffet. 229-7000. 4te 5/13 g,
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. b
bush hog and back bucket. Call' Bill
Carr 229-6961. tfc, 5/13
DayUlles, all colors, red. cream, laven-
der. pink salmon, gold and peach. Jean
Stebel. 6760 Hwy. 71, White City, 827-
1304.1. tfe 5/13


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

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1989 14x70 mobile home, 3 bdrm., 2
bath, new carpet, siding & shingles.
$10,900. 648-8914. tfc 5/6


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

BART'S p
HANDYMAN
SERVICE
Household Repairs
Painting, Interlor/Exterior Deck
Restoration Lawn Maintenance
FREE ESTIMATES
(85o) 229-1051


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


HARMON'S HEAVY EQUIPMENT COMPANY
SPECIALIZING IN CLEAN TOP SOIL
BULLDOZERS BACKHOES LOADERS
TRACTORS--DUMP TRUCKS
850-P48-8924 Mexico, Beach,,FL 32410


ALAN STRICKLAND (850) 647-8081
c #ER013168 .24 Hr. Service
Do It Right the 1st Timpe Call
STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
Power Poles Trailer Hookups Service Change Outs
& New & Remodeling Construction


_2026 Marvin Avenue
<, f lJ[ _Port St. Joe, FL 32456
~ 1License #RC0067081

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S-25 eaErs""aEpeic- 229-6859
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STEAM CLEANING

MEANING


pTFBRIT/r
Odor Control 24 Hr Water Damage
Pet Stains Free Estimates
(850) 227-5098 or 229-9663


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In stock Zone III, DCA modular 12 sin-
glewldes, 14 doublewides, 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 5/137


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 1,6'x80' deluxe $27,995.
1-800-239-4671. 2tc 5/13
Need 'a DCA modular? 12 model to
choose from. Double and triple wides.
Call 1-800-239-4671. 2tc:5/13


Gulf County's only modular
home dealer From small
cottages to large spacious
homes. We offer a very low
cost per sq. ft. for an
incredibly well built, totally
finished home on a
permanent concrete founda-
tion. All models are DCA-SHIP
approved. We have excellent
financing available. Bill
Howard -647-9286.



The 2000s

are on the

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

SIL'S MOBILE HOMESr
1023 N. Tyndall Pkwy.
Panama Gity, FL
Florida's Oldest and
Most Respected Dealer.
1-800-239-4671
Open 8-8 for your shopping
convenience.!


As of May 12th, 1999. James Edward
Watford, Jr. is no longer responsible f6r
any debt incurred by Judith L. Watford',
310 Madison St., Oak Grove. 3tc 5/20





FREE to good home: young gray gerbils
(5 weeks old) and zebra finches (7 weeks
old). Male and female. Call 229-9739.
2tp 5/20
AKC .GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPIES.
$125. Not cheap, just need a loving
home. Shots and wormed. 10 weeks old.
2 females. I male. 648-5435.
For pennies more, get latest technology
for active ingredient delivery in liquid
wormers. Ask BARFIELD'S LAWN &
GARDEN (229-2727) about HAPPY
JACK LIQUI-VICT. (www.happyjackinc.
com) 6tc5/13
Beautiful kittens need a4 home. Only '8
,weeks old. Call 227-3714. tfc 5/13
PET SITTER -I 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. 4td 4/29
KITTENS. Beautiful, loving, box
trained. Dewormed. Donations will go to
local humane society. 647-3651.
4tc 4/29


Prudential
SResort Realty of
Wlr St. George Island

St. Joseph Bay Office Barr
1520 C.R. C-30, Port St. Joe, Florida 324561
(850) 227-2000 888-227-2110 850-2


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2 bedroom, 1 bath house, in city limits,
fenced in backyard, nice neighborhood.
$40,000 obo. 229-2769. tfc 5/20
Lot for 'sale: White City. adjacent to St.
Joe Co. property, located no Beatty Ave.
$6,500. Call 227-1258. 2tc 5/13


Gulf Front by owner. Cape San Bias,
near State Park. 104'x813', $390,000.;
Call 647-3828. 8tp 5/6,


St. Joe Beach 3 bedroom. 2 bath
mobile home, ocean view, 360' to beach.
New roof, great buy, $79,900. Crystal
Sands Realty, 648-4400. 4tc 5/6


2 story house .w/wrap around porch.
3BR/2.5BA. recreation rm. w/flreplace
located at 3018 Garrison Ave. in Ward
Ridge: For more Information call
Papermakers FCU 850-227-1156. ask
for Debble or Tamara 4tc 4/29
Howard Creek Landing. a popular fish-
ing and hunting retreat, approx. 2
acres. For more information call
Papermakers FCU' 850-227-I 156, ask
for Debbie or Tamara. 4tc 4/29
Brick home located on E. 2nd St..
.Wewahltchka. 3BR/2BA. living rm/
family rm w/flreplace and carport. For
more information call Papermakers
FCU 850-227-11-56, ask for Debbie or
Tamara. 4tc 4/29
House located on 275 Avenue M in
Apalachicola.. For more information call
Papermakers FCU 850-227-1156, ask
for Debble or Tamara. 4tc 4/29
2 lots Dead Lakes/Chipola River. 10
miles north of Wewahitchka. Call 227-
9440. if no answer, leave message.
4tc 4/29;
3 bedroom. I ba. home located 106
Redflsh St.. Highland View. New septic
Lank, v'invl siding, excel. view of bay -
S28.500. 229-6961/227-2077. Lce 5/6
House for sale: 2 bedroom. 1 bath' in
ctv limits, fenced in back yard. nice
neighborhood. S45.000 negotiable. 229-
2769. tfc 5/6


For Sale by Owner: 2 story house for
sale, 2050 sq. ft., 3 bdrm., 2 1/2 ba.,
large covered front & back porch.
Features 16x32 master bdrm. w/walk-
in closet. Garden tub & shower, sunken
den fireplacee, surround sound set-up.
Formal dining room, breakfast nook,
12x16 utility shed. 101 Yaupo. St. By
appointment only. 229-6411 tfc 5/6
For sale in Wewa. Single wide trailer,
screen porch, utility room, shady lot,
some financing, $24,500. '639-5920.
tfc 5/6
1 ; i'


GULF VIEW Large mobile home lot in
restricted subdivision. High elevation,
paved streets, city water & chain link
fence on boundaries. Located on Auger
Ave. and Sunray Court. Beacon Hill.
$35,000. Call Parker Realty of Mexico
Beach, Inc. for further info. 850-648-
5777. tfc 5/6
A nice 3 bdrm., 2 ba. double wide
mobile home on 75x150 lot in quiet
neighborhood on St. Joe Beach, asking
855,000. Call 647-3292. tfc 5/6





Want to Buy: Gulf view or gulf fr6nt
condo, Port St. Joe area, under
$100,000 or home under $125,000.
Call 901-247-5643. 4tp 5/13





NOTICE TO'RECEIVE SEALED gUOTES'
Sealed quotes will be received by Calhoun-
Correctional Institution, Route 2. Box 1. County
Road 69 South, Blountstown, Florida 32424. until
June 04, 1999 at 1:00 PM C.S.T.. for purchasing
approximately five (5) tons of scrap metal, com-
prised of copper, aluminum and carbon steel. Right
is reserved to reject any or all quotes. Payment
shall be rendered in full upon acceptance of quote.
The successful bidder will be responsible for taking
the entire lot. All materials must be removed from
site within 30 days of award. For more information,
to review material or to picdtup quote form, please
contact Frank Miller, BusiAss Manager. Calhoun
Correctional Institution ae (850/674-5901 Ext.
#104). ,
2tc. May 20 and 27. 1999..


St. George Island
850-927-2666 800-974-2666
Apalachicola
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$187,000. MLS#2758
1998The Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc. The Prudential and b are registered service marks
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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 Stai
notice is hereby given that on the 26th day of
1999, at 9:30 a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, Tax
Certificates will be sold on the following desc
lands to pay the amount due for the taxes here
opposite the same, together with all costs of such
and all advertising. Sale will be held at the
County Courthouse; County Commission Me
Room, 1000 Cecil G. Costin Sr Blvd., Port St.
County of Gulf, State of Florida.
EDA RUTH TAYLOR
TAX COLLECTOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


00017--000R
1 R-0006400'
ADAMS CHESTER & EDNA E
S 7 T 6 R 8 1 ACRE PER
REC'D ORB :39/732
MAP 153


$1.9.23

DEEt


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

00105-- 000R
3 R-0016900 $188.90
HUGHES U. JEROME & MARY A,.
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES
(UNRECORDED) A 147 X 130. FT
LOT ORB 183/880 FR ASHMAN
MAP #156A

00120-OOOM
4 R-0018100 $32.70
HOWARD LEONORA C/O FE BAYLESS
5 28 T 5 R 9 100 ACRES ALL
OGM IN E1':-' OF SW1/4 LESS 3
A. IN'SWC OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4,
W OF- OCKLEY BR. & ALL THAT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE, TAX ROLL)

00171-OOOR
5 R-0027900 $69.90
GISPANSKI RONALD
S 5 T 7 R 8'WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD.(UNRECORDED) LOT 45 FT.
BY 95 FT.j OF LOT 5 ORB 181/470
QC FR RAMER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00187-OOOR .
6 R-0030700 $35.1.,20
GORMAN WU. CARSON .
S 5 T 7 R 8 WHITFIELD ACRES.
SUBD.(UNRECORDED.) PART OF LOT
4 BEING 90 BY 110 FT. ORB
77/469
(,FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX'ROLL)

00193-000R
7 R-0031500 $71,10
.,3=10M6,rT WILLIAM S
S' 5 T 7 R. WHITFIELD ACRES
SUBD.(IUNRECORDED) W 75 FT. OF
LOT 5 REC'D ORB 147/505 FR,
GORMAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00223-OOOR
8 .R-'0036300 $44.92
uei l i lITJ; I.C.
IUHITFIELL ACRES AT HOWARDT
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PBGi, PG' ,
59 LOT 12 ORB 103/1005 PR
fs, olrT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL.' SEE TAX ROLL)

00240-000 R
9 R-0039100 $188.69
fI (tlllirl UlIII IE L. & HELEN
Uli FIELD AtlRES AT H(IUPiI'll
SLIFFK SlEllf;E[l ADDITION PB 1 PG
.'-' I oll 6 ORB 44/2286
Mii' t 156 A
BLK 4

00247-000R
10 'R -0'0"3970' $359 09
k(1 I. LEY I_',ONSI]RIJC UT I
Ulll IFI L ACRES AT HOWARD
SREr:K SFi 59 LOT .5
ORB 1E0.'3,173 FR SPRAGUE
(FOR FLIRTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX ROLL)

001.' O00 R : : '
11 R-0039800 .$3:1.1 .01
CLARK JAMES W. & SHERRY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
.59 LOT 6 ORB 114/623 FR
Rill'SEI L
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00:'64 O"I? '
12' R-0041500 .173,()7
LINDSEY JOE CARL
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWAR.D
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB PG
59 LOTS 11 & 12
ORB 204/771 FFR LIDNI'EY
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

-, 001 '
13 R- 4-.14600 $406.21
VA."NN JOSH H. A LADONNA 'H,
UHI IF IFI D ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOT 1 ORB 188/616 FR
JERNIGAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0030.1--000R
14 R-0050100 $158.52
SIMMONS ANNE
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARO
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PGB i PG
59 LOTS 7 & 8 ORB 167/728 FR
SMITH
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00326-.000R
15 R- (1('-,1.00 $2810.23
MIXON LANNY
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD.
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOTS 12, 13, 14 ORB 156/
464-465 FR MIXON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00327-001R
16 R-0054700 HX $205.49
REDO JAMES A. JR, & NINA N.
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD
CREEK SECOND ADDITION PB 1 PG
59 LOT 15 LESS 5 X 62 FT
STRIP ORB 193/683 FR DAVIDU
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00334-032R1
17 R-0058300 .$48,4
WALKER JOSEPH B, ET UX
S 5 T 7 R 6 HOWARD CREEK PROP
(UNRECORDED) W/2 OF LOT 2 ORB
65/571
MAP *156A
81.. K 4

00334-(033R
18 R-0058400 -IX $126.95
OTHIC BRENDAN E, & KAREN M,.
S 5 T 7 R 8 1-IOWARD CREE( PROP
(UINRECOROED) E/2 OF LOTS 2 &
3 ORB 196/967 FR MIIDOLEBROTIKS
MAP *:1.56A
IBLK 4


00334-066R
19 R-0060800
GOLSON JAMES B & ,JO CAROl
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
(UNRECORDED) LOT 6
ORB 160/955
MAP *156A


00334--069R .
20 R-0061000
WHITFIELD JOE W
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
(UNRECORDED) S 1/3 OF LOT
,ORB 57/842 & ORB 95/743 F


HOLIDAY BEACH INC.
(FORFURTHER LEGAL.

00334--076R
21 R--0061300
LEE BI:.LY G. ET AL.
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD
(LINRECORDED) LOT 4
MAP 1 156 A


SEE TA




CREEK
ORB 57


00360-246R
37 R-007B900 $'18.5,56
GULF COUNTY FARMS INC.
I S 6 T 7 R El
tHOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
tltes, LOT 21 ORB 19E/730-
May, 731 FR FLOYD
Sale (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
ribed 00360--2413R2
3G R-0079100 $246, 20)
in set JONES LARRY S, & MAUDBE M.
b sale 6 T 7 R B
hsale HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
Gulf LOT 23 aORO 202/70S) F'R (iu.r
CO, FARMS INC.
eating (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
Joe, 00360-250R
39 R-0079200 92,.0
JONES LARRY S. & MADE M. ,
S 6'T 7 R 8
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 24 ORB 209/527 FR GULJ..F
CO. FARMS INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)...

$161.87 00360-2650R
L 40 R-0079700 $86,80
PROP MARSHALL WILLIE E. JR, ET AL
S 6 T, 7- R B I ,
SHIOWARO CREEK PROPERTIES .
LOT 32 ORB 1B1/782 QC F.R.
BL..K 6 MARSHALL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCO.,,L.)

$175,.07 00360-329R ,
41 R-00S2000 $ 4. 1-4 .41.
PROP GULF COUNTY FARMS INC ,.
7 S 6 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CREEK
:FR PROPERTIES S 5,5 AC M/L 'I11 1 l,
TRACT B & PARCEL LYING S .'. .H' I
AX ROLL) TO LOT 34 BLK K ORB 142/225-
(FOC) R FURTHER L..EGAL. SEE TAX RO L)...I.)


$496.02

PROP ,
7/731

BLK 7


$,82.69

'PROP '
7/499

BLI 7





.1.3


00334-078R
22 R.-0061400
LEE BILLY G, ET:UX .
S 5 T 7 R 8 HOWARD CIREEFK
(UNRECORDED) LOT 5 ORB 86
MAP 156 A


00:334--232R
23 R 0.',.".00 ;li
WARD MELVIN & WANDA
HOWARD :CREEK PROP. Nri 2.
PORTION OIF I ITS 11 I 1
ORB 180/930 FR tlODDYE
MAP* 1560D .

00334-2631R
24 R -00671(100
MARTIN NORMAN M.
IIUOUARD CREEK PROP, NO. 2;
UNRECORD LOT 13 ORB 90/8;
HOLIDAY BEACH INC & LOT I
FR MARTIN:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA

00334-S5 SR
25 R-0(68100"
ROGERIS I f-MPHSY & NANCY
HOWARD CREEKl PROP NO 3
IjORE C- IOI)lII .LOT 3
ORB :','l!/El. FR HEATH
MAP# 1560,


00334-520R"
26 R-0068200
ROliFi'F II-MlIP'iEY .-
iHIUAPD L.Ri:F.' PROP NO 3
UNRECORDED LOY' 4' OrRB 1487
FR WiPfi5UIi)CK & OR.B 17.3,:'
FR Pi'V E '
(FOR FURTIHEP LEGAL. EE TA

00334-545R
27 R-0068700
LAMBERT JOHN E
HOWARD CREEK PROPERIIES- U
NO, 3 UNRECORDED LOT 9.
ORB0 153/444 FR LAMBERT LE
ORB, 153/882 Ill Gl| I MAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA)

00334-580R
28 R-0069400 :
GiLLMAN JEFF
HUFIARLI EREEK PPOPERTI[ES UP
NO 3 LOT 4 ORB 153/6882
: LYNN
MAPF 1560,
0 BUK


. 4 71 R '
29 R-0071100 $18
HOGG WALTON L. .
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT
NO;' 4 (UNRECORDED) LOT 3 ORBG
191/414 FR" TAYLOR -
MAP* 1.56D .
1I' k I


00'334-735- R 7. .R
30 R-00715 0 $158643
WARREN I i ANn r ..
HiflUAR I PI E PRfOP, 'UNIT 4
(IJNRECI:INUr. ) LUI 7
(1ORR 1 I I ,'53 FR HOL IDAY BEACH,
I N .
(FO)R FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL i

00311 OII0OR ; .
31 R--0Q074000 6' l 130
JONES JOE Z .
S 1. I 7 R 8 ,5 AC M/L HOWARD
CREEK PROPERTIES IINREC, LOT 7
ORB ,168/964 FR GULF CO, FAPM '
INC. '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

003 ,,'-0 014
32 R1-0074300 $170158
STEPHENS ARDEN
MAGNOLIA TS1AIES UNIT NIIM II I?
1 PB 2 PG 48 LOT '
MAP 156 A :
(3R 169./558 FRf I Al I nt AY
; :KL ( .

0034-00R '
33 R-067510( : ,97
TURNER TROY "
MAGNOLIA ESTATES IINJI NUMBER.
V LOT 10 PB 2 P.G 4 : .. : '.'. :
ORB 211/360 FR'SCHEFFER.'
MAP* 156A .
BI.k 1,


00360- 125R
34 R-00772) $:.169 .0
BAKER BOBY & EMILY CABANISS
S 6 .T. 7 R 8., 1 AC M/L .
LOTS 5, 6 ORB 202/942 FR ..
GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAPt 156B


00360--234R .-. .
35 R-o'07S50OO' .*4 '? 11
NIXON STEPHEN A." .
S 6 T 7 R, .
HOWARD CREEK"PROPERTIES .
LOTS 16 & 17 ORB 187/34. FR
GULF CO, FARMS INC. .
(FOR FURTHER''LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00360--242R '
36 R-60788t0 0 '
BRAKE LER'OY
S6 1 7 R ...
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
LOT 20 ORB 157/526 FR
COUNTY FARMS INC.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T


$86.(80



GULF

AX ROL.L)


00363-055R11
42 R-OO 6200 ,, 1i.0:1,
MERCER SCOTT M. JR.
S 8 T 7 R 8 .5 AC M/L
BEING LOT 1 GAME RESERVE, SUlI,
ORB 203/58 FR FLEMING
MAP* 1560 D

00363-4201
43 R-0087900 $25'
UPTON BRIAN L.,
i 8 T 7 R 8 2,.588 AC M/L..
PARCEL *1.0 .ORB 201/650 FR
F I:MINI; LAND CO;
MAPI t156D


00365-000R
44 R-0088600 $39.90
LO.(VEr'TT JOEL B. FRANCES D0,
S 9 T 7 R 8 1 AC REC'D ORB'
91/480 ON BROTHER'S RIVER FR
CARTIER
MAP..,164C


$221.20 00383--'000R
45 R-0090800 1 .'
THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO
77. FR S .17 T 7 R 8 18,40 ACRES E/2
.4 .. OF NE/4, NE/4 OF SE/4, E/2 OF'
'. SE/4 OF SE/4 & W/2 OF E/2 &
AX ROLL) W/2 ORB 79/379 LESS 584.01 ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

$154,88 00383-300R
46 R-0091300 $250, 86
SMILEY. DONALD S
S 8 T .7 R 8 5 AC M/L
13E.. ,BEOMG FARM 45A ORB 1.67/77 FR
L FLEMING LAND CO. & 3 AC IN
BLK D0 FARM*5 ORB 167/299 FR FLEMING,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

$200.25'. 00313-3501R
S47 R-0091400 $.255,.48
CHRISTENSON THOMAS
122. S ,,7 R 8 4,3 AC M/L
9'9DC BEING 'TRACT 1" ''EC"' 8 O'B 1' 172
901 FR FLEMING LAND CO." ''
X .ROLL) MAP* 1560
00419-000R
$114.73 48 R-0097400 HA $971,47
BURTON JASPER D. & MICHAEL T .
NIT S 31. T 3 R 9 5 AC LAND DEISC
IN ORB 50/80 FR' HALEY & ORB
ESS 50/82 FR THOMAS & LESS ORF
83/618 TO SH'EALY & LESS ORB.
X ROLL) (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00419-009R ". "
$169.75 49 R-6)097600 ( $22. .23
HYSEL DANIEL I.,
NIT S T31 T 3 R 9
FR .' 17.9 X 105,23 X 17.9 X 105,2'1
FT STRIP ORB 210/434 QC FR
D:' ILL. LESS ,ORB 210/435 TO
E (FOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TAX ROLL)


b04;21-001R
., 29 50" R--0''?n.-.I,,"
TAYLOR LELAND & DORA
31 T '3 R 9 BEING LOT 3
STOKES SUBD UNRECORDED
OREB 144/784 .FR PENNINGTOC
MAP :109C ,


T,230:119



IN


00447-OOOR .
. 51;: R-0100800 $450,:
STMqS TONY EN & MELISSA A.
. 31 T 3 R 9 .17 AC "
ORB 26.'9,', CD FR STRANGE
MAP f. "10, /

.0045i6 n91R '
'..' P ii'- .'.l," $ :: ;:
Rill I [UAN OAlltI EDOWARD
' 6 I 4 r 9 ORB 60/660 FR
-AS I-RLI NIT BEING FARCIEL "G"., 'I
-LESS U- 90 FT TO SSUI:,LIVAN IN
ORfI 212/10 FR.SUL.LIVAN I
MA t i 1011' I


00456-0121 .
53 R-0102400
SULlIVAN 'DANIEL EDWA'RD
-C;S .7. T 4 R 9 BEING PARCEL
.1'ORI' 212/I FR SULITVAN
MAP 11C .


$29i;?7

h--I.


" r,4 F! (' I )'"' i':!. .j:L .1.
SULLIVAN ilI ll 1. EDUARIi '
SS 6 T 4 ,R 9 ln 80/164 BEING :
W' 90 FT OF PARCEL.. "" '" ':
WORB 212.12 FR SULLIVAN
MAP *1.1013

00401-000R
55 R,-01,06300 $659i 2
,. BLAIR JOEYY U, &,' REGINA G .
KENTUCKY LANIBING SIUBDIVISI:ON
IJNIT ONE PB 2 PG :35 LOT 5
ORP6 i76/903 iR BLAIR I
MAP *127C


)BL K :1

00495-000R
56 R-01.07(,00 $26 ,
,OTJOHNSON SCOTT HOWARD
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35 N/2 EOF
LOT 2 OR014 146/419 FR JOHNSON C
MAP *127C


00497-0501R
57 R-0108100
.BROUN JERRY U,
S 17, 18 1T 4 R 9 JI:M .E, LI
PLAT AS REC'D ORB 25/71 I
22,23,24,25 JIM E LONG PL
ORB 198/708 QC FR GASKIN!
MAP* 111A


00505--001R
58 R-01:10900 HX
OUTLAW A,R. & KATHRYN
S'16 T 4 R 9 .53 AC
ORB 1.82/315 FR HEWETT
MAP *128B


3






10


00506- 01.0 R 00621 030 R
59 R- 01.16.400 $304.20 0 R-0142200 $56. ,57
ADAMS LARRY & YATES WILW...LIAM S,
S 16 T 4 R 9 75 X :1.25 FT L OT RE BULL...ISAND SLBD, UNIT
ORB 208/5S8B FR ADAMS NO, 2 LOT 15 ORB 127/27;-73 FR
MAP 1.28) YATE:S
MAP* : 1. 12B.


0050.11.;OE060R
60 R-0:. 17800 $62:
ELAM IE.ESLI: I.. & I, LARRY
S 1.7 T 4 R 9 ,20 AC; M/L
EING L..OT 3, ORB 1.55/356-35E0
FR FISHER
MAP*, 111 A


00508-080 R
6:1. R-01:1. 8200
R & R REALTY :CNC
S 1.7 T 4 R 9


'1.4109, 09


.72 AC /I


00508-080 R
61 R-0118200 $489,89
R & R REALTY INC M
S 1.7 T 4 R 9 ,72 AC M/IL .
BEING LOT) 7, UNREC; PL AT BY'
FIP H-IERI RB 14.7/9:12-9:1.3 Fi
RUSSEI...
MAP* 1:1.1 A

00(509-000 IR
62 R-0:I.1.18400 '$ 467.30
BFROWDER I.,E,.ET: AL.
S 19 T 4 R .' i '.in,,ii..i
SHAPED PARCEL 200 FT ON
CHIPOLI..A RIVER & '200 FT UN
1IlPOL.A RIVER CUT-OFF '",'"
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TAX ROL...L)

00515-003R '
63 R-0:1.21,500 $200,50
SIMPSON L.ARRY & S"HERRI .
S 16 T 4 R 9
2 LOTS 75 X 1.25 EACII ORB :19W/
.971. FR HARU ROVE
MAPT., 1.12 0)1


00523-.000R1(
S64, R-0122400 : 432. 4 ,9
CARTER JOHN W, & CHRISTINE
CHI POLA CUTOFF' ADDITION TO)
IOLA LOT 3 PB 2 PG3 21 'o3RB
:1.11/706 FR POWELL.
MAPI 111 A
Sl..K ( :1

00537-00010
65 R-0123700 $.:188', 03
ROBERTS TRAVIS ,
CHIPOL.A CUTOFF ADDITION TO
IOL.A UNIT 1 LOT, 17 PB 2 PG 2:1
ORB 172/795 FR P1T1'S
MAP *111A
SBL.I .1.

00565-120t
66 R--01.29100 $:1. ,74
STONE .JAMES 0 &, CAROLYN M
S 19 T 4 R 9 BEING LOT .5 66
X 138 FT AV DEI:PTHi IIH Irr-fil Pnrni"
PLAT FR COX ORB I01 I II I
,OBERT
MAP* 11:1C

00574-OOOR
67 IR--i- 1" (" '; $343, 67
BORDERS VAU i RI r, HEIRS OF
S 30 T 4 R 9 1.92 AC 1BEG AT
NEC OF NW/4' CF NW/4; RUN S 9
CHS, TH W 2.22 CHS, TH N 9 .'
CHS, TH E 2,22 CHS TO PEOB,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLI.L.)


00586-050R
68 R-0134300
HIUT(CHI SON ANNE
RED BULL ISLAND
NO. 1 LOT 1. ORB
79/489
MAP *11.12B


SUB:). LUN
73/528 &


f,14.1. .i22


6INI


IlLY E<


00613-010R .:. .. .. .
69 '' 'R-0136700" $111 ,43
ROI31B:1T S,NMI:CHAiEL 'LLEE'& ',- -,
REDE.BULL ISLANiD,UB3D,, UNIT
NO.1 .. LOT 6 ORB 141/136 FR EST"
OF 1111111 I' F 'F ArJlI int ROBBINS
& ORB 166/596 1/2 INT FR NOREM- .
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00614-010 R'
70 R-0137(100
YATES WILLI...AM S.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD, UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 1 ORB 99/447 FR
YATES
.MAP 94A,

00614-020R
71 R-0137100
YATES WILLIAM S.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD,' UNIT
NO. 2 LOT 2 ORB 99/447 FRI
YATES .
MAP I94
Il.

,0061:4-0(30 R
.72 R-0137200
YATES WILLIAM S'
RED1 BIULL. 'l ,i",'i 'W-1ili UNIM T
NO. 2 LOT 4 i'l. *.*'.'.,- 147 FR'
YAT'ES
MAP :94A ''


... ." 'i '*,' BL..K A"

00614 -040R
7.3 R-01 37300 $,0.33)
YATE:S WILL.IAM S.,
RED BULL. ISLAND SUD, unitIT
NO., 2 LOT .4 RB. ,99/447 FR
YATES ; + .
MAP *94A A
IBL A


00614-0501R
74 R-0137400 $6
YATES W:ILLI.AM S,.
RED. BULL ISLAND D SUR:,' UNIT
NO',22 LOT 5 ORB 99/447 FR
YATES MAS ','94A
..BLK A
.. BLK

00616-030R
7 5 p 'I 'i l ( 17:
CLARK TIERNEY LYNN
:1 13IRE B .L. ISL..AN) UNIT NO, 2'
LOT 3 CORB 161/124 FR FSHEE13S
ESTATE '
MAPT '112B
11..K 0

00616-080 IR
76 R-0138700 $76
Ig YATE:S W:ILI..IAMS S,
REID BUL. ISLAND SUI D, UNIT
NO, 2 LOT 1 ORB 99/447 FRl
YATES
MAP ,41.1.2B 13


0061:6-090R
77 R-0138800
.9" YATIES WIOLLIAMS S.
RED BULI..L ISLAND SUBO, UNIT
NO. 2 ..OT 2 ORIIB 99/447 FR
YATES
MAP 13:12.B


.00617-000R
78 R-01.308900 $40.
$28.13,5 YATES WILLIAMS 13,
RED BULL ISI.AND SUTBI,'UNIT
LONG NO, 2 LOT 3 ORB 99/447-.FR .
L TS S YATEES
...AT MAP .1.213
3 BLK.

00618--080R
79 R-0140000 $:360
ALL.SON L.ARRY ,J.,
$202,49 RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UN.I'T
NO. 2 LOT 2' & ,980 AC LYING SE
OF SAID LO.T) BEING 1.,5 AC. M/L.
ORB8 09/643 FR YATIES MAP 11211
DI... I 1:


B IK K<


00621-050IR
:1. R.- 0142400
YATES W ILL IAM S.
REI.) BULL ISLAND SBUBO, UNIT
NO, 2 LOT :1.7 ORB 127/272-,.,
FR YATES
MAPl :1. 12B
BL. I

00621-060 R
02 R-0:14 25000
MC 1ANIEL B., J,
RE BULL IS.AN SLUBD, UNIT
NO(, .2 LOT 10 ORIB 11, U/:1040
F: R 1D3U REII:N
MAP* 1.1 2
1:1.. I< K

00622-0401R
833 R-0143200
SANDERS FRE S IET AL'"
REI BULL .. ISI..LAND SUBEI. UNIT
NO, 2 I...OT 26 ORB 1.70/p '- F
US ...IER '
MAP :1.12 '
I. B

00623-060R
84 1R-0144200 $
POE: MICHAEL WAYNE '
RED BU.L' ISL..ANI, UNIT NO, 2'
I.CIT 25 ,ORI 216/0144 FR SIMi
MAP:* 1.12 '
BLK 1

00626-0201R
85 R-0:1.45700 .:
MIN Y IKE ,
RED BULL... ISIAN .SUB UNIT
LOT & 28 ORB 1.17/297 FIR
ri \",1 N BLK M
MAP:I: 11213

00629-001OR
86 : R-01.48700 $:
PICKRION SHARLOTTE
RED BULl... ISLAND SU.BO. UNIT
NO. 2 ILOT 1.2 & .1.64 ORB 172./1
QC1 F R ARMSTRONG
MAP :1.1.2B i
BL.

00634-080R .
87 R.-0151400 $.2
HAMMOND:J.W, .
RED 'ii i ISLAND SUBOD,. UNIT
NO,. I ll 1 1, : 12, 1 U 1.n I
868U"-69 FR RUDD
N MAPI 11.2B
S. E L..: K P
S0063'3-0201 R
88p R-0:.151600 $2
BEES WALTER B. & JUIJY E, .
RED. BULL ISLAND' SUID, UNI :T"
NO, 2 LOTS 15, 16, OR : 1.1/
FR ZITO & ..OT 1.7 (ORIB 191/21
FR ZITO
(FOR.IFURTHER LEGAL, SEE TAX


00636--0o50R
089: R-0152000
LAIRD. CHARLE:S R
RE D 1 LII. L I ',l ,'ri I
NO. 2 LOT 1 1.80
FT. ORB. 145/574
MAP :112B


0071()-0 25R
102 R-0174400 '1.5,06
M:I:NCY :I:KE P, & DORIS M.
S 1.0 T S R 9 .91 AC M/L
I OT I.I. QUAIL RI B(E ESTATES
01RB': :3/17.19 FR GRA[DDY
MAP.I :14B


00711--.001R
S 103 R-01:75100 FIX $250.72
$61,,:3 MINCY IKE PALUL & DORIS
S 1.8 T 5 R 9 17,744 AC M/L
5,414 AC M/L ORB 101/307 FR
,73 GRADDY & 8.32 AC M/L ORB 120/'
297 FR BATSON & 3 AC ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
K
0071.1-010R
S104 R-0175200 *t182.O
*72 .2 M :INCY :IKE PAUL '
S :18 T 5 R 9 2.59 ACRES ORB
C 71/97 FROM'LAYTON LESS ,414
S AC ORB 101/306 TO GRADDY
MAP* 1.1.4 B

00713-010R
105 R-0175800 HX *.$595.20
IBUCKALEW JOHN & REBECCA K.
S 1. T 5 R 9 10 AC
ORB 202/3983 FR GAY
MAP '14B .

no .* *c r.'i;.OP
:.06 R-0176400 $530.60
LK < MINCIEY :KE & DBORIS M,.
S .1,1 T 5 R 9.3.53 ACRES REC'D
V314. 00 ORTI 129/686 FR MINCY
3,4,09 NAP 114B

S 00728.3-105R
HMNS :107 R-0177700 2 40.24
W:I'MIBERIY B. ,M W. :O"
S 'S 1.9 T 5 R' 9 HONEY HILL
S' r;iIl I I nr.flFII) LOT
111.11 .'li :t '. l FR IMBERLY' "*'
.137/.- 34 MAP* 114C

!F2 00728-245R
:100 R-01B0300 HX .35*.09
ARbI'RE -KENNETH & JO ANN
S 19 T 5 R 9
HONEY HILL' SUBDIVISION (UINR
EC.) LOT 29 ORB 125/561-.
.138. 14 62 TO ARDIRE & ORB. 187'/45 1'R
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX P1il.)I.
97 r;. 00723-:".J ..
S 109 .'~~ $5819'.25
ARDIRE KENNETH &, JO ANN! ".
.K N S 19 T 5 R 9 '
S NEY' HIILL SUB. (UNREC',) AA '
LOT 30 ORB 125/561 AA FR
.22.51. .HARRISON BEING BAIT & TACKLE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

S*' 00733-075R
S11.0 R:-o081700 1498.?7
HOUSE WILBUR M. JR. & R-HONEA A-
S 18 T 5 R :' : 4 AC M/L
S374.54 FT PARCFL ON SR 71;
': 14 336.62 FT DEPTH
OR'B 199/758 FR BROCK
MAP* 1.14B


IX $367 .7:3
& REGINA 13
SUBB. UNIT
FT,. BY 1.35


I- I 11 1 .


00640"-003R
90 R-0o1531.00 $7,
IBRYANT LUEY & ELSIE LOUISE
REiD BULL ISL..AND. UNIT NO. I3
LOT, 2 ORB 153/993 FR PARKERI
MAP r :1.12B


.- .' ,, ". ,. ,, 4- l<

00640--041R .'
91 R-01541.5400 $66. 0)3
KI0I.. L.E":BREWU JERRY ET UX .
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 1. .60 AC OROB 79/1.067
MAP *112B


$87.91 BLK I)

00640-062R
92, R-0155700 98.6,63
FIL.OS IDEBBAR A.
RED BULL ISI..ANDI UNIT' NO. 3
IK A LOT.S ORB 204/712 FR UJOHNSON
MAP :1.:12B
613 33 00640-1:25R ,
93 R- l:.'T '.0 6,83
BODY KENDALL A.
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. ,3
LOT 1 UNREC. AA FR ADDI0(ON
MAP 1112B


.K 'A


B ...K Y


00640-126R ,
94 R-01583600 $1.70 :17
$68.:33 BODY KENDALL A, .
RED BULL ISLAND UNIMT NO. '3
LOT 2 ORB :163/882 QC FR BO1(QY
MAP 0:11.2H
& ORB 1.79/459 FR ADDI3:SON


00640-1.31IR
95 R--0:I5.)900.. 1X $41.21
BODY I(ENI'ALL....A
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOTS 7, 8 & 9 ORB 117/624 '
FR SMITH & ORB 119/28 Qa C FR .
SMITH & ORB 149/144 QC FR BODY
(FORI FLIRTIHE:R LEOAL SEE TAX ROLL)


68.' 00642--006R'
96 R-0'1.59900 ', $57749
RICKS )GLEN EIDWARD
COCHRAN LANDING PROP, UNREC:.
1' S PORTION OF LOT 5 & N.
SA'. PORTION OF LOT 4 ORB '200./917.
FR' MINCHEW
MAP: 11.2


o0642-009)R
9.7 R-01.60200 MIX
NATIONS I OBERT B JR
COICHRAN LANDING, UNREC,
.LO1r 9 OIRB 168/109 ,FR
(E S N G E R11.
MA P; 511.213.


72. 2-.;


()0650'-00(R -
98I R-0:164400 IHX $40,90
PRICE IKENNETH C, & KIMBFRLY L,
S 31 T 4 R 9 .55 AC M/L 100 X
240 FT LOT IN SW/4 OF NW/4
E ll ORB 1.36/142 CD FR :PRICE
MAP' 112C

k313 007018--0001
99 R-0171900 $734.583
RUSSELL CARRIE ANN
ES 1B. T 5 R 9 1 ACRE
150 X 290 FT ORB 203/608 FR
ADKISON ET Al..
E MAP* 114B


775 00709-00:3R 1
100 R- 01722(100 $188.03
VOYI.LES DANNY C,
SS 18 T 5 R 9 40 AC NE/4 OF
SE/4 ORB 187/858 FR GASKIN
& 60 FT PARCEL ORB 1 185/457 FR
ILUMLEY '
MAP*t 1.41B

71 00710--205R
10:1. R-0173'500 HX $436,.22
MOWUIRAY WALTER WAYNE & TAMMIE
9 1. T 5 R 9
I.OT 1 QUAIL RINGE ESTATES,
ORB 189/102 FR GRADDY
MAP* 1140B


007 IT I '.? "
1.:1.1. P-i nlr1230J ) HX $256.86
1-ORTON MARY U.
S 1.8 5 R 9.. 1.73 AC M/L. ,
ORB 97/687 FR HORTON & LESS
143/591 QC TO TAUNTON & ORB
218/876 QC FR HORTON *
MAI* 114B


', -:3J -,:3.;R
S1:' 1 O10 2400 $74.59
R TAUNTON DAVIDI L ET AL
S 18 T 5 1R 9 .;
1 66. 96..14 FT ON SR 71; 348'.93 -
FT DEPTH ORB 143/591 FR
IInil.IJN & LESS 212/353 TO MINCY
t 114B '


00733-360R r'., ,..
1.1.'3 p' I'-," I ,-.";" 'l ''' :" Y"'1 70.e9
MINCY" TIE.' a
S 18' T 5 R 9
9.6.37 FT IN' SIR 71
ORB 212/353 FR TAUNTON -
MAP* 114B .


00733-400R
114 1R-0182600 $257.81
SIMS STEVE H..
S 18 T 5 R 9 1 AC M/L 285 X
180 FT PARCEL .'
OR 'i 191/639 MORTG. DEED-', i
MAPN 114

00741--002R '
115 R-0184200 '$652. 23
WILEY CHARLES G. & MARTHA A.
GUILF COUNTY FARM TRACTS FARM,
* 1 ORB 83/184 4.92 PiC NM/L .
ORB 186/234 FR WILLIAMS'
MAP* 114C


00741-007R ,
11.6 R-0104700 0 ',14
. MARSEE .VICTORIA.
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS 1.01
AC M/L, ..147 X 300 FT PORTION
OF FARM *6 ORB 103/738 FR GULF'
CO. FARMS, INC. & ORB 114/523
(FL)OR FURTHER LEGAL SEE 'TAX ROLL)

00741-011R
1:1.7 R-0185100 $308.71
SPANN EARNEST & JOEY
GULF CO, FARM TRACTS 410 & 11
10 AC M/L bIB 125/800 FR
GULF COUNTY FARMS, INC.
MAP *114C '


00741--013R
110. R-0185200
MINCY IKE P .& DORIS M
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT
*12 5 AC M/L
ORB 169/274 FR GULINN
MAP *114C


$1s6.53

F'A RM


00741-014R
119 R-0185300 .$186
+'044.:,2S .MINCY'IKE & DORIS. -
GI.GULF COUNTY FARM-TRACT FARM
*13 5 AC M/L ORB 130/287 FR
GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP *114C '. ,


00741-025R
120 R-0186300
MINCY IKE & DORIS
GULF COUNTY FARM 1
24 ORB 86/606 AA 5
& ORB 150/953 FR C
INC. '
MAP* 114C


,53


$188.03

TRACT FARM .
5 AC M/L
iULF CO FARMS


00741--029R
121 R-0186700 $176.94
DAVIS MITCHEL G,.
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT PORTION
OF FARM *28 4 AC M/L
ORD 202/69 FR SMITH
MAPI 114C' '

00741-033R
122 R-0187100 $184.55
ELLIOT JAMES H. SR. ET AL
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM
*32 ORB 91/153 ASSIGNMENT FR
JOHNSON 4.9 AC M/L & ORB 166/
396 FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP *114C


00741-036R
123 R-0187400 $179.56
MINCY IKE P, SR. & DORIS M,.
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACT FARM ,
3'5 4., AC M/L
ORB 212/750 FR ADAMS
MAP# 114C


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00741--054R
124 R-0188700 $140.39
MINCY IKE P, & DORIS
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS 3,638
AC M/L W/2 OF TRACT *5 ORB
'113/342 FR CANTLEY & PARCEL
ORB 125/901 FR CANTLEY
MAP* 114C

00764-OOOR
125 R-0191600 HX $151.90
GATES MARCHELLE
8 20 T 5 AR 9 7 ACRES .REC'D
.ORB,,17,/578 FR BAGBY
.MAP* 114B

00771.-035R
126 R-0193200 $249.13
FERRELL THOMAS L. & SHANE T.
.S 28 T ,5 R 9
BEING LOT.,6 ,OF,BYRANT'S
LANDING (UNREC) SUB ....
ORB 205/989 FR COMMANDER
MAP* 132B

00777-000 ,;., ....
127 R-0198700. HX $48,24
ROGERS JIMMY LEE .
S 29 T 5 R 9 7 AC ON W SIDE
OF SR 381 IN N/2 OF N/2 OF
NE/4 OF NW/4 REC'D ORB 28/642
'MAP *l15A .

00/84-000R
.128 R-0199600 $99.90
BUZIER DAVID A &, PENELOPE A
CORRECTIVE REPLAT UF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
.RG B,,8:LOT 16 ORB 177/64 FR
MORRISS .
(FOR-.FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLtL)


00796-00OR
129 R-0200200 $441.13
GOODELL CLAUDE L & DORIS J,
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDEIE PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2
PG 3 8 LOTI.'6 &. 8 ORB 175/707 FR
HILTON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL, SEE TAX ROLL.)
0803--000R
130 R-0200800 Hx $3..9':
YARBROUGH TAMFrA I..
. CIRRFECTrVE REPLAT IF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO I PB 2
PUi 3R LOTS 1, 3 & 5 .
ORB 214/7 QC FR PRICE
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE lAX ROLL)

00819-000R .
.131' R-0202600 '483 .09
AIMF GRALD A & LINDA LE
CORRFCTIVE.REPLAT OF
R1VE-RSIDE PARK UNIT 1O 1 I'11 2
PU 38 .LOT 13 A 15 ORB 142/'17-1
FR MC KINNEY A ORB 142/747 FR
(.FOR FUPTHER LEGAL SEE lAX PULL)


O013J2.14--000)1
132 P-0203000
HAND CLARENCE E,. ET UX
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NI11
PG 3E1 LOT 22 ORB 86/430
MAP Il 12C


00827-000R I
1:33 R-0203.30(0 $751., 130
-REED THOMAS C. .
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NO I PR 2
PC. 38 LOT 4 ORB 144/653 AA IFR
PUIJELL. & ORB 189/303 QC FR FIOM
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00839-000R -
134 R--b204400 :$166.841
FARRELL MIKE
rJOPRECTI'.'E REPEAT 1IF
"RIVERSIDE PARV UNIT fill 1 PF 2
PG 38 LOT 1 ORB 157/8415 FR ..
WALL
(FOR FURTHER- LEGAL SEE TAX ROLl.)

S 0OO841-OOOR .0
135 R-0204600 148.41i
FARRELL MIKE
CURRECTIIVE REPLAT OF
RIVERSIDE PARK UNIT NlO I P9,2 2
PG 30 LOT 6 ORB 157/845
-WALL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE IAX PROIL'


00U41-01011
*1:16 ,R-0204700 I., 6166.54
FARRELL MIKE ,
COIRR. REPLAI OF RIVERSIDE PARK
PB 2 PG 38
LOT 3 ORB 157/845 FR WAIL
MAP* 112C

00841-050 R
1,17 R-0204800 f 41.41
ARRELL MIKE '
IC'IRRECTIVE ,RFPLAT OF RIVERSIDE
AI'RK UIJNIT, I.1. I
PFi 1 1PG 38 LUT 5 OPB 9 "I,'/
114.5 I-R UALL
iAP, 1 1?C ., .

00876-000R
131 R-0208. 00 II : $30.4. 2:1
DAN L DAVIlI .
('I.PREr.11UFT REPI AT nrIF 1UIN i -
LAFES SUOtD IUNIT 1 PB 2 PIU .:
LOTS 2 9. 3 LESS S 2F. F I OF
;LOT 3 REC'D ORB 146/777 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEOAL SEE TAX ROLL)

S 00920 00:'R
139 R-02?1:1.100 HX 'I '12..3'o
KLCLLER BERNARD L &A LI Z/AIF II .J
IWIN LAKES SUBD U11 T 11 I
SIJUNPECORDED LOT I ORB, 164/.'.'4
FR FREEMAN
MAP *94D
rLC.K C

'0042".000R .
140 R-0217600 'HX $39'. I39 4
S PIPPIN PATRICIA A,. .
S 29i T 5 R!:9 12I,:19 AC N/2 'OF
SE/4 OF SE/4., LESS SR.381 R/W,.
& LESS ORB 38/225 TO BIRGE
LiCSS PORTION LYING EAST OF SR
(FUR FLIi-11ER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

00947-000R .
141t R-02t18100 .$50.17
MARTIN.DOLLIE -&, NELLIE .
S"!29 'T 5 R .9 *'5:.AC BEG AT SEC
OF SW/4 OF NE/4, TH RUN N
4.50 CHI-, U 17 YDS, N 35 YDS
FOR POB, TH RUN E 70 YDS N105 ,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


00947-050R ,
1'42 R-021200' $27.195
CHURCH, NEW GULF COAST
S 29 T 5 R 9 REC'D DBK 6/99
LESS DBK 6/511 BQCD 106/926
MAP* 115A

'00951"-O000R '
143 R--0218700 $333.66
DANIELS .JOHN & NELLIE, ,
S 29 :T 5 R, 9 2 AC BEG. 144,. YDS
N OF.'SWC OF SW/4 OF NE/4 RUN
S N 144 YDS E,,72.YDS S.144 YDS
TO POB ORB 170/189 FR DANIELS
MAP@ 115A


< 00953-011R
1.44 R-0219000 $:1.91 ,94
DAVIS GEORGE D, & CLARENCE
GULF COUNTY FARMS' UNIT NO, 2
TRACT 50 4,26 ACRES ORB *
70/732 & ORB 1676 FR GULF:' CI0.
FARMS, INC.
MAP #1:1.50


00953-023R
145 R-0219800 $151.63
WILLIAMS ERNEST C & ERNESTINE
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 62 4 ACRES
ORB 157/574 FR GLASS
MAP 1158B


00953-025R
146 R-0220000
DAVIS GEORGE D0 JR
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT I
TRACT 64 3.72 ACRES ORB
76/105S & ORB 156/663
GULF CO. FARMS
MAP* 115B


$143.35

NO. 2

FR(,


00953-028R
147 R-0220300 $83,31
LOWERY III ROBERT & AUDREY L.
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 67 & LESS FARMS 'NO. 68 ,&
69 (4 AC M/L) ORB 142/75 TO
LOWREY
MAP* 1i5B

00953-037R
148 R-0220900., '$:1.81
HOGUE CLARENCE & VIRGINIA G
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO, 2
TRACT 76 2 ACRES ORB 177/675
FR GULF CO. FARMS INC.
MAP* 115B


0095:3 .):039
149 R-0221100 $0
SIMS DANIEL & BETTY
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNII' NO.'2
TRACT 70 2 ACRES ORB 98/218
FR GULF :CULNIY FARMS INC.
MAP* 11 .
.. ,


009: 3 0,;4R 1. .
150 3R-0221700
HAMPTON ADA L. ,
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO
3 AC M/L BEING' N 255,' OF
'85 ORB 159/469 FR GULF CO
M[ AIRM' I I.
MAPI I15H


00953-057R
F15 R-o?(.2 )000


USEW N-S11J .
GULF :OUl11l FARMS UN I NIl N
F AI IM II/. 5 A1C .'I
ORB .01/619
- MAP H 1B


00953-068R:
'152 R-0:'2:1t0
MART IN IIILENIS A
mill IlIIIIllNI f ARMS'


$12(


1.321


0.32


01009-0OOR
167 R-0237700
LUCAS SHIRLEY &I
DOUGLAS LANDING
PG 25 LOT 9 ORB
CARTER
MAP *1321D


DONALD E.
UNIT 1 PE
194/610 F


01013-011R
168 R-0238200
CARNLEY IDA ELIZABETH
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1. PB
25 LOT 4, 6 & B ORB 209/7
BC FR CARNLEY-
MAP* 132D
BLK. 4

01013-020R1
169 R-0238300
HOLLAND EVELYN
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1' PPB
PG 25 THAT PORTION OF RD I
IN FRON OF LOTS 5, & 7 ORI
729-730 FR FRIEMAN
(FOR FURTHER LEi.GSL SEE TA0
' 0 1If 0..',R
I 70 i-o0"1'000(' .
HOLLAND EVELYN
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB
25 LOTS 4 & 5 (LESS RD R/
ORB 194'R."7 QC FR LANIER


MAP@ I 3' .


0117-o000OR
171 R-0239100
HOLLAND EVELYN
DOUOLAS LANDING ULJNIT 1
PG 25 LOT" 6 & :7, ,
ORM D 1'4, 11, / r ,11 II I nl
MAP 1321 '


3, QO1045-045R
LOT 172 R-o '-4:'11In,
I)1'll.'. IIIIll.'.IA tl CUR TT9 1 .
1. r ", f c,.
40 FT, ON I:IILI'IIL A ki','F I .
A'' D[L P1 I IpR I 'l9/.'4: .1
I$Al I F .i
$186.59 A3 MAP# t4


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N/2 IRAFT 84 ?.1 AC M.lI
ORB 201/97'6 FR 13jUI F' CI, F ARM;
INC.,
MAP* 115B


00','-3 069Y
I 3 I4-(1 '?'.:'2'0: 1 76,?
'113 (1 RII'L VL'IN
IlLF LCOIIlI Y FAPMS UN Il I 11. 3,
SA 2 AC PORII IN OF 1RAICT R ,'
1. PB 2 ORB 197/424 FR JIM UALIER
FIHMES INC.
t iiAP t I L ,
[III V 1 .-,1*


00954 -04 'R
15.1 P-01224000)
BA1EUON JERRI MYREE
GULF COLINIY FARMS UNIT
TRACT 117 4 AC M/L ORB
AA FP DOIIIF CO FARMS &
/710 FR G1311F CO FARMS I
MAPI 1 ISl

00954--0441V
155 R-021'4 L00
DATESTIN BILLY L
GIULF COUNTY FARMS 1UNI I
TRACT 1.18 4 AC M/L
ORB 15'..'993 FR GULF CO.
MAP* 115B'..

00954-i33R
1i6 P-02"4500
REYNOLDS HUGH JR. & LI[N
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNT11 I
(IlfIIEC .) If.RM 1133 &P
6.48 AF. M/L ORB 190/223
OULFF CU. FARMS
MAP*. 1151)5

00954-148R3
1 .7 R- 02"5/.00
Il YriD i (1n Ill~fil JH F, I 111
11ILi- CfllNl Y FARMS UNI T
FARM NO. 140 A 149
I-RBl 210/381 FRiI GULF CO-.
INC !;
rMAPI I 'R


lill t-v?"7.20(
I' PP'iN PAIR[:[1A A
.3? 1 F P 9 1 7 5F. ,'iT
190 FT ON1 SR 31uI-A 1IRO I
-130 FR PIPPIN EF;IAlE
MAIP 1 1 11

0096 2 L 'lO
I' Pf R 0(12.'7 7') .
FRANKLIN GERAL 0l I GR1l,
S 32 I1 5 R 5' 1 A't' M"I
.':'2 40 IIN CO.' R1) 'IRI A
I1R1 A',. '.15 1 FR. I-'lPANi,l IN
MAPI I I Il


160 R-00729(100
1AI 1. 11110 1 1 .
S- 33 T 5 R 9 6 AC A LOT.
YDS N & S P. .1'30.YD1S EC
N l 1: OF "J.J.'4 InF NW/4 11RID
.1 I 1 ,'6 CD FR HALL : I Ai-
MAP .132C. ..

00979-131R1
161 P (--023 R'O
1AI KE r Ill RFr 'REATITONAL A'.
7 :13 r P 9 ( 03 Al: M,"
PARI'FI RL 'Ll '[ IRB 191 /1-,1.,i
FR MI RELIi TI
MAP* 132C

00979-185R
1.62 R-0231500
RYR.D !II Ril 1 0T H '
q4 33 I P 9 y 2091, ,Al.' M
BEING LOT 3, PIPPIN PLAT
UNRC, ORB 170/984 FR. P
MAP* 132C

00979-2003R / :
163 R-0231.800
MC NEAR PATSY
S 33 T 5; ,R 9 .28 AC M/L.
BEING LOT 14, PIPPIN PLA'
UNREC. ORB 171/445 FR PIP
MAP@ 132C

'00979-215R
164 -0"32100
PIPPIN .I n s ME 1
S 33 T 5 R 9
BEING LOT 19, PIPPIN PLAT
UNREC,
MAP* 132C

00979--2251R
165 R-0232300
VICKERY MARTY
S 33 T 5 R 9 ,
BEING LOT 21, PIPPIN PLAT
UNREC. ORB 217/202 FR PIP
MAP* 132C

00994--001R
166 R-0234600
FHOLLAND EVELYN
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB
PG 25 LOT 15,16,17
ORB 194/877 QC PFR LANIER
MAP *1320


I 2"IGi 113

N0O. 4
07/2141
ORB 197
NC.


01243--000R
$52.77 189 R-0271000 FIX $2
DUNAHOO JOHN R.
1 2 MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG
*R LOTS 4, 5 & 6 ORB 82/3:1.3 1
LESS ORB 94/269 DISSHARO)ON)
94/735 TO SANSOM ORI] r96/3'
BLK 3 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAN

01263-010R
$86.00 190 R-0273900
i. -i rnr IERNYL H. .,
2 P3 I Ill F Linril SUBDIVISION. UN.ITN I
4-76 1 LOT 4 ORB' 181/788 FR
.L:INTON ESTATE
MAP* 91A'

01264-000R
Ni91, R-0274:1.00 '
$37,93 I. I fiti tIIILLIAM JR; 6I TERRY
i lil un ill SIUBD LUNIT NO,., 1.
2 PG 15 N/2 OF LOT 1 DORIB R181
LYING FR LINTON ESTATE
B 1.55 MAP *91.A


X ROLL) ,

$62.38I

.2 PG'
W) '


')l .'A, .-OOOR-0
I, R 0? 1 :4
MIA PI'" j{ CIIIRI I i A
M I[II uli9 n AIII n :UN i 'NO,
I'l l i, 1 111 ., *
MAP 91A : ; :


01146" 000R
211 R- );"'"?'IO0 '$280 5-,
NELSON I 1)ll '
C. F. HAN.LON SUBD NO, 1 PB 1,
PGI &7 9 '. T IIT -9."I
IlI l 2(0'/78.1 K I'1 fTi .,
Fori i;910 ri'


X ROLL). .:' : 0 ." Fli K

0 .1O. 4 7 .', .. : 'i ,.
,$99. 2 2:12 R I .00 -11
; IHUOIHES 11111 E & L.IIARlIllT TE D
NOI : C. ., HANLON SifJBD; 'N'OI'I,' 'FI 1


S PG .1' tIT,' 3
P ,. ORf I',).. 1 FR
MAIrP '91 ll


$57.14 014:89-00011
S; 2 ,.. :1.3 R-03029
'I.2.' DAY W:I..I..IAM S
J/790 CENTRAL I AN[II
4 LOT 10 ORB
WILLIAMS
)L|.I 3 MAP *910


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0lI..l II


i I li r.' '.l',,,, $484,.74
I' ill I I IERRY D IIAIll II '' .
$'3S'0, 09 i III F UIIIIIl SUBD UNIT.'.N[O' 1 '.P 2 .
PG..,1.5 LOT 1' ORI31 :11/82 FR-
PF 2 ** '' i" N "" '** : '
m P. 1 91A. ''


Eit (. 5 0 i. 0 '
S194 R-'0274800 $ 11 3,31
I TNTON UTI I TAM JR, N [PFHR .'
$35, 33 1I IlL LIIIUI SUBRD 1.10l[l t1 i I'l 2 ,
i.l'II .' P( A 15 1 TP': r A '3RI' IFI //i9l ) I i '.
I' : NTON r H ATI '
11 r ,:', liP 'lin I 1 '


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0o10O0 -110R
S 173 1-024.'. 0 IIX : $961, 30
JONES U A. P& Lllllilfl
S :' & 11 T 6 R 9 6/ 62 AC
M.'L PARI.:LL REC 'D IN 1 B O 16//
570 FR ,JONES & 16.:IH AF. fRDl I
I 19'/'309 r r; AIlHIM'J -
I1AI'il' 144

f. 05() 13(ll?
I /4 1-249,1-I' II> '4 '" '
LIAt"MS IV CY E I. CAIIIERINE g"
'3 ? 1 65 R 9U "I 75 AC M/I1
'1 75 ACF LII 1 3 Ovi R 136-1-'',11
MAPI' 144

7 O06- 1 'o 4R '
S7". R '0-.4,I(,. $77 :.;6
PtIfS JR. HAPRIEY A. & STEPHEN
IUNK'EY 10LIN ESTATES (UNREC)
LOT 14 ORB 136/307 FR PIT[ .1
MAP# 133; -'

0 lO','J 1[0 l 1 '
l '/ R1 00.1' 7(,,*7 3 ,77'.77
TACIIIKAJUA INIERNArlONiL CORP.
q 25, 26 T 6 P 9 84.6 AC M/L
7 PARLEL 1 IN OPB 134,'335--:8
F R .1., MIRFF
M'aP$ 14


010.93-20011)
177 P -0'j20n0 S11 ,90:2 85
'20.7,49 TAHIKAWA INT: RNA IONA.L C:ORP
S S :11 T 6 R 8 S 36 1 6 R 9
N[O. 4 233 AC M/L 2'16 5 AC IN PARCFl
S(1i'B 1 14,133.5 FI- M R. A F ll II-:
FARMS & .165 AC ORB il'75/961.5:i6C'FR.:i;-
...... (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX, ROLL.)
0oi87-006R \
q343.38 178 ..; R-0263600 1.40:1 't
DA S. TAIYLOR LELAND A OnRA
NIJ S :!5 T 3 R 10 REING PARCEL Nn n
1 14 10 ORB 16'/762 FR HAPRIS
j3 fI Mr'.P 191A

01187-007R
S 79 -'-21700 .219 34
SJELI- DONAL) E .
1421 0 :';. T 3 P 1) RF( '1 [Ol11
I? 67/1L04 IR ';FXTIIJN Br I1fW
NIJl ',,fil'I:.L rfill 1. i

FARMS -O R .
01 91-0301
180 R-0266100 I 41 ".1
CI.:ItRK IGEORGE THOMAS
S "'., T 3 R 10 25 F I STRI P AI.IJ
'.,; I f r I r[ 6, AL NK 3 IOLE U.1i171r) S HllII
IIRD 90/791 FP ( 'l-ARIE l FT .
1, 1. '
14n/ 129 0:10.')000P
1 ot R-026?00'l '130- .A
LuILL IAlS II ITUS A WIANDA FAYE
SS '6 T 3 P t10 A I IT 2:)R FI
Ijr.L P P A". r I A I'fIIS F ili NT 1 r[
,, 1". 9l 99 I I ACrIJS[; BACk, FR RiAIL 1 I
P I :'00/147 FR BFI.USISC
MAP l9 .. "


i P )02 r .lel'i"',1r, 1' '?;17
'1 1, Il UitC L I) 'K t l ,
Bi 1liIER r. i.RF:r S LIB UN I NIl 1
S I'D .' P11 9 1I fTS 2 & 4 nR4 B
I 9.,/1000 :FR L:IJ rNEY
.140( MAPI 114B
BLK I
!I rI i 1 QO.
"3: ,: i ,R-O" rJ-, ',.."' '1.I.' /. ,
JOHNSON JUDY 1<, .
ILIUIfiL SS CREEK SUBO UNIT NQ :1.
,0,. 73 PB, 2 ;PG 49 LOTS .14 & 16
Sill:. ORB 214/246A C FR IIHNFINSIN
1 # MAP* I 1411


S.'311 0 R .
184 R-0270.200 ,: $607.75 "
GATES JOHNATHAN CURTI'S 8&
$43.42 MIDWAY PARK SU1BD PB 1 PG.3 43
S LOTS 1 & 2 ORB 139/244-45 QC
/. I ATES .
MAP 91A

IPPIN 1..
01241--010OR
S 185 R-0270500 $:1.00,78
(,COWART MADELYN W-, : .
$46.,91 MIDWAY PARK SIJBI.3; P. i. P3 43'
2 PARCELS OND .: EAlD"l L.AKES .
ORD :.a82/342 FR CLERI<..
T, MAPt 91A
P PIN BLK I2

0:1241-015R :
186 R-0270600 $65.,05
(29.,45 COWART MADEI..YN W,
MIDWAY PARK iUBI.
BEING A PARCEL' IN LOT 4
(PARCEL 1 OF ORB 115/1335)
REC'O ORB 178/831 TAX DEED F'R
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.,L)

01241-020R
$29 45 107 R,-0270700 -IX 'i$3:97,.47
COWART MAI:IELYN W
MIDWAY PARK SUBD. PB 1 PGC3 43
LOTS 2, & 3 LESS STRIP; BEING
PIN OLD MAGNOLIA LODGE FR STERZOY
OIRB 122/761 FR COWART & FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01242-OOOR
$86.80 188 R-0270900 HX $369.36
2 LINTON WILLIAM JR. & TERRY
2 MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
LOTS 1,2, ,3 & 2; PARCELS
O0RB 101/790 FR LINTON ESTATE
MIAP* 91A


BI..K 1


BLKI 2


01359-115R
195 R-1o3 'o900
TIIIiUMA. H ilF.5 V tCl I.
, '% '. T .1 P 10
'330 X /.1', I I 111
ORB If I/5r,: AA F, r
185/679 FR IJUEIIOr
MAP* 91


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!11lll1l AII R I PO [N,
r1 '4 T 3 R 10 5 AL
:1).0 X 85 IF" F PlA ir.F I' FI
LUT. 10 ORB 183/.700
MAPt 91


19 .7 .L -


t'9 R '0 1'T
DAVIS JAY .h P
S 39 T 3 R 10
LOTS 8, 9 IJtR
MAP* 91


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1: 3'.'4,0 : ','$446,73
MI, l _;ll1'1 VAI I. R13 11 i,
SS 4 T 4 R 10 1. AC M/L
L' OT 1f8 ORB" 206/7593 AA 'FR 'TLC
AP. '"",',"' A FR NI I M ,
MAP* 74 '


: .01530--245R :
S 34 R--0325700 $159.74
f'RESE 1IKEVIN CH(ARLES &
S 4 T 4 R 10 .87 AC MI
I Ill I I I l. l 'I I /a3'o7 FIR IL '


MAO* 74
"'I1530--260R 'R
.BLK 35 R-03'.-,900. ,, : $81.81
)' !' ; '; 't "" irlr RI;I FlJII E L E"' '

00 4. 1 R4;..iO 4 10 13 AC M/I
.E. AL. .1 F r IN S SIDF CREEKVIEW
Nt: SUBD p8 1 ].l,, 3 P II 2 IH0.'1.2 QC: F IR JI KR
202/498 I : I.. /4
01545-040R .
BLKl 2 2361 R-0329500 $484,74
L. AL.DERtjAN IIli'JEIH & DOROTHY
S S.. 4 P 3 AC M/L.
, .. 39, ., 2. lr I iNI :'. FT iN MICHAEL,
& SO IP11 J 376.11:' ,V f' FPIFI,& 1 Arf
V fAI- Rf I- r ; W H 71 A [FPIH '. &J, A
S1. 5 O'A IF; AT il N l1 120 X 1 Fi I.. OT
S., ..... .... (FOR FFLIPIl1-- LEC.AlI. SEE TAX ROLL)


IN:t KUIN w ./5 TYD; 0 -
YDI TH E 275 YDS; TH N' 220,
YDIS'' l IllH F i- ,n A I.ESS :1 AC
.(FOR F Ili.'lil F i l.l. SEE i < ROI.I. )



of' M, I
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(FOR FURTHER LECLAL llfF 1 F, RUI II.).


.01517-004R "
216' P -0:l",' ('0
VANE III I,'r I !
, I 4 R I .1 ,I l f I'/I
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S 1 1 ,,I A .i III P III (| 1. 1 I I "..^I
I .11J I III)
MAP1 74 "'

( '1 0, )0 1).


I .II'.1l III I III C IA II" A
S, I 4 P 10 5, AI' t.' I
A Q. Pt'3Cl-l 3',9 B7 X 60' '22 F1
CIIfl 0B 194S An F Iv i All l1cr
IIH 203/19? FR LAYC'CK
n1-I MAl' 74


M/I 0 1 1 .'- 0.Jl30
-'Ltl R- 0 730'?' O '.rL1 95,

FR Li1i F1 MAii 111 BlRA8tlt I MI[If-tr.I .
5 1 4 R J0 2 5 AF M.'l BFING
rL TRI',IT 10 STONE CREFIK AFrRF-S
S II4Rl FitR-:O F ED) F rIRlEI A',/ ';/ rP
m" : i' lM'i ll I ri "i r A
S1 4, (FIIll FIRTHIF.R LFGAL SFF TAX' Pill I


.t C T I "440 .1
9 : .1 A f M /LF l /_ ,1 rv /.'9 "-
E('. AA FP O FN"R .' ''.' ,"9-0131 '.O( I IX $69;
E ,. ,. rTI nilT DAVI] A A& ME'LANI[E P
,' '. :1 I .1 R 10 1 F. AL Mt L
S' I 1111 TONIE IMILL PFFI-',
Ir I 1 Il I LIPB I 171, .I1 / R I FI IIII
...A. MtPI 74


'98 R-02:7200 H-X 1" I7 9/
NICKELL DONNA K
S 35 & 36 1 3 R 10 6 AC h/1
395.81' FT ON SP 71, ?,74 FfI I ,'
DEPIII ORB 103/71:' FR P i Nu -f;
MAPI Y1l1


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01373-004P1
199 R- 027900 $249.1:7
HANLON DANIEL GENE
S 36 T 3 R 10 6.837 AC 10 I
F I-IN MCAD IAKIF1 ORR 1 '. '9 7
flAP '1910 :,. ..'i ;, '.

01373--005R .
200 R,-02880,00 .45,4:1
THIOMAS EUIGENE, 13. El II>
S 36 T 3, R- 10 I IAC M/I PF 1* .I
nfRU 76/69, FR IRitlllII :


nr' 191


0:1'7:3 0:.01R,
20 J I R-O 028 '.11.',; '/' 7R
LEE BILLY G. ET AL
SS 16 T 3 R 1032 AC Il l'IPI; I ,
L11 1 7 1 R 11 81/400, (PAPI i i "
MA 19111

01373 .0:!tR .
S202 R- >'.' '10 i.iO ; ; l il
LEE BILLY C El AL
S. 3, T.3 R 10 l Al .',5..0 FT,
BY 170o.49 FT PF'C n r 11I 1 1/ -1100I
( IAlFE I )
HA '1 1 1 ID ., ,

01'3/4 0001 -
03 R-07814 I ,00,7
KELLER HFI'NARI1, L &
S :16 I 3 TR 10 I Al.'
SORBl 19,'1/ ,1 I P I YI'F
MAP 1911 1

I01 :1:3-00'0 R )
204 R-0,2'E94<0 I ,:$43.,467
:-IJUFRRY PIlY SHERRY'
RLVERSIG F ESTAIlE ADDIJ TII
i i.)IA PR ? PI' 21 I4 H I I Nil I I IT',
, IJRU fl I 0-;/ 70.', F P ftV'011,INl : :
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p -', p-f?910000 4
L fi v I L I 'Y Ij ArIN A L.
Ill '.1l- '. I IF F t. I i F ; A hi ll, l III
S1il A I'll 2 I'll 24 4111 I 1 111 t
l I 1 I1Kif 1 9. 34/ FR : ,'
SCHOLLAN '
(FOR FURTHER LEGI. Sl t 1AX Rill I

01409-0001' '" '0R .- '
)206 R-0 .'Y 1 ',';,'i .l .. ',
LHIMINI 1 JOHNNY-. FT Al. ,'
P I i 'F iI; IF i- ESTi',I F r AD .TO T ..
IOLA PB 2, PG .'4 LItlT N10,.1 L.)T
3 '' UNREC, ALRF F MIlI I FR' MALOY
MAP :1.281 '


01417-000R
207 R-0293000 $65 15
STEWART .JACK 0
RIVERSIDE 'ESTATES ADDN TO
IOLDA PB2' PG 24 UNITr NO 1 LOT.
:1.1 ORGB 1 ,',.' /1O 'FR GASKIN.
M A P I 2BB4 .2 '. .. ;, > ..: '
1' iLK. K4


01432-OOOR
208 R-0294300 $563:.29
DUKES BOBBY ,& GLENA-', .
RIVERSIDE FTSIATF' ADN TI '
IOLA PB 2 P'S ,24 UNIT NO i 'LOT
14 .ORB 194/76"7 FR TA'YI (II
MAP *12
1 BLK 5


01456-007R ,
209 R-0297700 1. $65.. 85
JENNINGS JAMES H. ETr X,
RIVERSIDE ESTATES.ADDN TO
IOLA PB 2.Ps 56,UNIT,NO 3 LOT
9 ORB 81/242 .
MAP *128B
BLK..,7


01456--o00o
210 R-0297800 $65',B5
JENNINGS JAMES H., ETr UX
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADON TO.
IOLA PB 2 PG 56 UNIT NO 3 LOT
10 ORB 8:1/244
MAP *128B
BLKI 7


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'0151 /-', l01
R pO:3Ij11,0 $,2;o3
I N 1 ON AM Y P&El- I MBETH
1 -1 R 1) 4 AC MIlL

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1.1 R I onI l I V HC.,'22/.. /1,
W I AM .I .bI 1
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.13*l AC P c.RLE I:& o ..1 fr Ili
f AI -A E-L. NO. 2 & 1 .20 ALf 10
l'Ii(-l.Fl 'NOI 3ORB.149/918 9270
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HIll I If AX RiO iERT I.. 1- I Al
3S 'J T .1 R 10 2 41 AC M.'L
IJl13 P 193?/7' FR IANIFL 3
Mr'PI 74

CI7 I / S2'/i
: :'."1 I 11 "14 ) 1. I 1
ftlll I INAX RI.CHARII LEEF
S, 3. 1 4 R 10 5.95 AI.; M/L
P'AI'L--L REC'D ORB 196/475 Fl?
rI- .lT ir LS
MiPt 74

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"'*. p ('1 -( .I')'IJ oc- rF
IU'YMI-1 I OtJNIE C. PANSE'
S '1 r 4 P 10 .2 AC M/L
27.66 FT ONl N. SIDE q f STOHFF
Mil C PElEI-: PD. BEIJO PARI'L
N11.1 I IRB 1 3/165-66 FR 7
FIJ11Il FlIRTHE R L ;AI.-L.. 51r IA/ MIII.L

O i'-; lH- 04R .'
'225 R--0313100 6'', 6 F
WYMES LONNIE C. & PANSEY
S. 4 ,T. 4 R. ,O 2 AC M/L '
'394 FT ON S. SiDE OF sroNI-.
M l. r cN I F I I [v r r Uv


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Nil 2 IN IJR0 1
(I'fIR FUJIJ1i-:R L

01519-004R1
:2/, R--031390
CAUSEY CIIPiS lU
r: l T 4 10,
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S t l-l I '. 1

.'.' P- l: 70
PHIll 1 IE RRY L
ST'ONI-[. MILL CREI
, INl?fl.llf"I D ) L I
137/?4?-.46 ,F,.
MAP* 74


01.523,-000R
22 R '031,13900
MC I:ANIEL -KIM IL
S 4 'T 4 R 10.
SW/4 OFP NW/4 OF
ORB. 1,,98/551 FR
203/86' FR MCDA
(FOR FURTHER LE

I' ;:'l 1901R
229 R-0322500
HILL CHARLIE &
S 4 T 4 R 10
LOT 19, UNREC.
ORB 205/716 AA
MAP* 74


01530--002R
230 R-0322900
PITTS WAYNE & J
S 4. T 4 R 10
TRACT B UNREC..
MAP* 74


01530-042R
231 R-0323800
PITTS'-ANN"'A.
S 4 T 4 R 10
LOT 9 UNREC, AA
MAP* 74

01530-075R
232 R-0324500
LEE BENNY L, .
S 4 T 4 R 10 O
LOT #1.7 ,
UNREC, AA FR TLL
MAPt 74


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'l I ,.1 ; J'. R ,
.'.1I R (.."'i' I1 ,X $648.110
11111 lKIIN'f 114 ) L C
t. 10 1 4 R i n ,"A : '
S .' 1 .12 F I [:'EEKFRI-INI 41:1.17
FT AV DEf'lH ORIR 1 5I/478- 410
FR IAtINrON Er AL & ORB 2.14/95.1
(-IlK I tUPl IIi-P LEGAL SEE AXY RUII.1

0 1 .34 I -, *
'2.3J I "1 11 3 .100 S ,'. .74
R1I3-Il 1.I. LAKi R[r- A ,
S 14 T 4. R 10 1 AC M/,'L
100 FT PARCEL ON STONE MILL
F REFI. UNREC. AGREEMFNI FR TI ,
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S I 1 T 1 4 R 10 3. 1 Al- M; L
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276 FR G0ASKIN & ORB 179/79,1 FR
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244 R-0340400
MC UrNlMIE Rllll-bIR 13
S 14 T 4 R 10 I-LIT 5
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'0I15;'*9 I'OR 0..
24?. R-0345800 HIIX '11',,98
MART IN p IINNIE R F
DAIIIIY LIROI'DOlO PLAl IJNREL.
1.0l 14 ORB 159/6.'03 FR BROIGDI.N
'' & UORUi .'00/7R C FR MARTIN .
MH,'PI 93A

016:?9- 000P .
:46 R-O.0'.'52400 HX 423.29
MAYO UILL[AM STEVE frAMM'Y 1.
S 13 T 4 R .
200 X '00 F LOT I1 ON JI:HIJ Rn
.1 ORE 119/1109-10 A OF A R
FELTRROP
MA:P* 93A ; '' '3 .' ,, ..

S01 6.1) 0001
247 R-0352'00 't136.I311
) 13RYANI1 i HNNNY 1..
S 1;3 1 4 R 10 41 AC M/I. 70
FT DEAD I.AK,:5 I RONrAGE1 253,7
"; FT AV DEPTH ORB 124/716 QC FR
LISA BRAYANT ,
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Blr. ING PAIRI.I. 016Jl O l 0101
3:3-/16, FR .": 248 R'-0352600 I .T3 .B
EGA. SEE TAX ROLL ) BRYANT. JOHNNY, .L
S 13 T 4 R 10 ,.42 AC M/L
70 FT DEAD LAKES FRONT: 260
0., $15974 ,65.. FT AV DEPTH ORB 324/716
PHER RAY, QC FR L ISA BRYANT
:" MAP# ;' :. '
f.. i ; I
,: "-! .:, / 01640-901-,,R,
249 R-0354200 ,$91.83
,*' HX '1" L ItD'3EY CHARLESA JO ANN .
0 HX $1I S1.3,52. S, 13 T 4 R 10 ,21 AC M/L
S& CANI, L. 41 FT ON DEAD LAKES) 217,'FT.
STAI' AV DEPTH ORB 182/182. FR
if j I "i LINDSEY l,.. .
IAIINl 11 E T A(,L' LIN SE
.", t .: MAP# 91 ,A': : ,. ..

S ..L.. : 01656--0 1R '
250 R-0357100 $366.00
76, 3, 4 SCtTT"ODBBIE .
S$763,54 S 13 T 4 R 10
S. Af'M. 100 FT ON JEHU RD 1l 50'FT DEPTH
E/4 L F NE/' OR4I'185/871 TO SCOTT (LIFE
JONES& [I ORB ESTATE RESERVED)
JONES & ORB MAP* 930' '
iNIEL ORB 215/ MAP# 93A,
IGAL, SEE TAX',ROLL) 01679-000R '
251 R-0359500- $522,66
EA'SKY LONNIE V, & SUSAN: P
$169,08 S 24 T 4 R 10 175 FT ON SR
FRENTILLA. 71. 200 FT DEPTH REC'D DBK
1.022 AC M/L. 33/207 & ORB 94/822 CERT, OF
SUB TITLE. FR. SHERESH & 7 X 100 FT
FR CLECKLEY. (FOR FURTHER LEGAL, SEE TAX ROLL)

01681-OOOR.
252 R-0359700 $72.84
ROUSE MINERVA EST.
ESSICA $214.70 S 14 T 4 R 10 2.75 AC LDS
2. 10 ACM/L BEING 99 YDS X 99 YDS, LESS
AA FR. TLCS" SOLD TO OTHERS & LESS CO RD
RIN SlIC OF SW/4 OF SW/4

01683--00o6IR '
'; ,. 253 R-0'359900 $6'5,85
$52.92 WYMES LONNIE C & PANSY
S 14 T 4 R 10 4.7 AC S/2 OF
1.07 AC M/L N/2 OF N/2 OF SW/4 OF SW14
FR TLC LESS 44 X 96 FT LOT TO AMANDA
GREEN ORB 106/566-7 FR ROUSE
& ORB 124/685 FR ROUSE

S$1.49,97 01603-100R
SA /L 254 R-936010(0 $23.71
AC ROtiUSE RUBY
S, ., S 14 T 4 R 10 .757 AC M/L 100
x: Is 130 FT LOT & 120 X 150 FT
LOT IN NWC OF SW/4 OF W/4


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0.1692-000R
255 R-0361500Q
BAILEY ROYCE GENE &: ERES
S 14 & 15 T ,4 R. 10 95,19
M/L BEING RACE TRACI SIT
ORB 191/153 QC FR BROGBOI
(BEING RACETRACK COMPLEX:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T<

01701-OOOR
256 R-Q362500
ADAMS JAMES H
S 14 T 4 R 10 A 228 ,X '50
LOT E OF MEEKS LAKE SUBD
145/925 FR ADAMS
MAP* 93B

01713-OOOR
257 R-0363700 HX -$1
HASTY ALBERT: & BARBARA
S 13 & 1.4 T 4 R 10 4 AC M
&. 80 X 234 FT L:OT ORB 163
FR HARRISON 6 ORB 208/69.0
HARRISON
MAP* 93B

01717-00'2R '
258 R-0364'1i00 HX
FLOWERS LIII11E f PEGGY JUA
S 15 T 4 R 10 ,51 AC M/L
X -150 F"T I OT ORB 141/32 F
PARKER & ORB 141/33 FR PA
MAP* 75

01725-000R,. ,
259 R-0365300' X ;
PARKER THOMAS H.
S 15 T 4 R 10 .51 AC COM: I
NEC. OF NE/4 OF SW/4, S 30(
TO POP, S 150 FT, 150 F-
15OFT, E 150 FT TO' PB 01
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA)

01733-0006 .,'; .
260 R-0366300
PRICE FLOYD ET AL
S 15 T 4 R 10 2 AC 250,>FT.
IN SWY4 OF SE/4 N OF OLD..;
PANAMA.'RGAD REC ID ORB.41/A
MAP* 74 ....- ..1 .
01734--OOOR .
261 R-0366400 HIA .
WILLIAMS :GERALDINE
S 15 T 4 R 10 200 Fl LOT i
SV/,A, OF SE/4 'REC'l ORB 79/
FR FREEMAN & ORB 38/13 FR.
PRIDGEON
MAP* 75 ; i '. ..,: .,'

01735-001R
262 R-0366700
SIMS DANIEL,
S 15 T 4 R 10 .12 AC A:ULOT
BY '3O'O FT REC'D' ORB .94-/690
DD 'OM ODAWSON .
MAP *75

01761-0001R -'
263 R-0369300 HA '$
MONTFORD THOMAS E & FRANh E
S 22 T R 10 :3,5-M/L
ALL OF E/2 OF W/2 OF N'E/4'
LYING N OF SR 22 ORB i55/
153 F.R ITANSOlI '
MAP* 75

*. "' ,'. i 76t1-na30
264 R-0370500 1-IXX' I '.,
-JONES MARY LEE
2 ?. T 4 R 10 5 ACM/L BE:
S LOT 5 OF AN IJNRFLORIJED SUR
FOR LISTER ORB0.124/1026 FR
LISTED :
MAP* 93C

S1 769--000R
-2Ab6 R 0:371(10 .
SELLERS JOHN r
S 23 t 411or"10'15.'982tAC PEF
ORB 67/1-30 Fl? JIMMY.LR & 7
TH(IMAN BiLLERS '4 ':,,
MAP *93C

01-773-000R
266 R-0371500 $
.JNES VINCENT &' .ARI YN R,
S 3S 4 I 4 R 10 .172 AC: M/L.
BEING A LOT 75 X 100 FT OR
S 136/H3 FR JOHNNY L. JONES
MAP* 93E' :.

0.1780-OOOR .
2, 67 : R-0372200 HX -'
DAVIS OTIS, JR. & OEBORAH R
22 T 4 R. 10 5 2/3 AC PFr:
ORB 96/611: PARI:FL 1:3 F I.OM
KEMP .
MAP *75 :

01710-002R
268 R -0371400 :..,. "
DnAV1S II ,IS .IR. i "
S 22 & 23 1 4 R t10 60 Al.:
RECI'D ORB 72/694 PARICEL_ 1L
S&118RB ?'5;/570
*MAP *75 & 930. '
S "01 ?R4- 000R :. ...
.269 R-0.37 '00 I
MYERS VALERIE, CALI IE SMALL,
5 ;':I T 4 P 10 .5 ACRF REC'-
DBK 20/13:1 BEINU IN HNu ,. UI
NW /4 ORB 132/918 FR LOF 1I11
MAP- ?1' --

01785-000R .-.
70 R-0372900' -, *1:
MC Ni-. I Y.- F (I RC if F
5 23 I 4 R 10 LOF or LAND s'.
OF L'OFTIN+,LOT' 75FT.'. BY. 102l-,
F 1R El:'/S7 .4-.7
MI'P 1931: ....

S ", 01 7El:. -010R ':0.8 > "
:'TJ R 0:-17320'0 ".-* ,. ', $
S JONES RUIflERT L' '.. :' -"
S 23: T" 4 R' 10 7fi X 2'37.'5 "FT;:
OF LO(T F"R M,_tEAI_ '1RB 60/77<
MAPt 93C '* ; ,

01785-030R ,
272 R-0373400 < .. $12
MC NEARLY FLORENCE': ..
S 23 T' 4 R .1'Q 1.33 AC-85 'YD .
X 85 YO,: LOT FROM. HUNTLEY IN
ORB 49/140 'iESS 50'', XX 10.0' .
LOT TO JONES IN ORB.'81/52.4
MAP* 93C ,

01791-010R ., ,..
23: R-0374000HX'... $64
SUBER DONALD J. JR,.& ANGIE D
S 23 T 4 R 10 LOT '1 & W
209.;9.35 X 330 'FT .OF LOT 4: (F
GRIFFIN FARM UNRECORDEDD PL.AT
ORB 155/639-640 FR SUBER .
MAFPI* 93C

01791-070R
274 R-0374600 HX ,'. $28
'MC' DANIEL MARY LOIS. &
S 23 T 4A'R 10 2,.88 AC M/L :
BEING TRACT; 7A GR7IFIN FARM
ORB 145/712 OrF. FR HOI.tFY &
ORB 157/87 QC.;iPR KING & ORB.,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE.TAX RI


01797-OOOR
275 R-0375700 '$4
TURNER DIUANE
S 23 T 4 R 10 2/5 ACRE 75' FT'
BY 165 FT ON OLD PANAMA RDi.-
.FR EODIE'ROUSE' REC'-D OREB
160/4A31 'F ASH .
MAP *93C E

01800-00OR
276 R-03758,00 $38
'LITTLE 'iillli 1.u D "
C L MORGAN'S ADDN TO
WEWAIHIICHKA FLA UNIT NO ONE
r'll ;' P .1 |l IOTS 1,", LC;'T '
(LESS E"IY i FT) 'ORB o 2/.I.,''
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX 'RO


01807-OOOR
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)


S 0816-OOOR
$229.95 278 R-0377BO0 $281,80
JACKSON JOHNNY LFE ET AL
D FT S 23: T 4 R '10
ORB ORB 123/.728 FR,FISHER & LESS'
.15 AC M/L-'RB 142/70 TO,
JOSEPH LEE JACKSON 6& ORB 170/,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

,300.72 01820-000R
Z '. 279 R-0378700 HX $64 6,63
/L RANSBURGH GREER C & RUSSELL H .
/683 S 23 T 4 R 10 13 AC M/L:, .
FR THAT PART'OF SE/4 OF, NWU/4
LYING N'SR'22' OURB 1:42/850
FR MC EACHIN :
MAP* 93C

$105', 56 'i82-000()R
NITA 280 R-0378800 -, 451.83
150 o' GRAY WlrLLtE ;CLYDE & SYLVIA L.,
R S 23 t'1 4' R;10 4.,.695 AC M/L...
RKER 357.59 FT ON SR 22 .
ORB 195/991 FR SCHELL
S MAP# 93C

9 24 018' O OR .: ...
281 R--0379300 $64,35
MYERS CRAIG .
0 FT S 23 T 4 R 0 : ... ,
r, N"'' LOT 2, UNREC.,' WL.LIE' BASS, ,
B SURVEY ORB 201/685; QC FR BASS
SROLL) MA C ; . ,

01833-000oo
$46 91 282 ',-R-0380700;.: $,593, 49
FAISON PHILLIP ,
LOT S 23 T 4 R 10 1.17 ACRES ,
REC'D ORB 74/30 (LIFE ESTAE )
8 ,. tLIS 'sLIR II 41/5Q6 TO RUTH.

MAP,*. 9, 1 : .Kt; .
1. 87
s283. ,:R-038140W( .... .45", -. 40
0 ANDERSON ANDREW JAMES ET AL. ',.
S70 i.'. S 23,.T 4 R. 10 3. 1")i, Al. M/,L ,
ORB, 141/7,43 FR ANUER(I1I ORB,
141/745.,F+R.AANFR';gIN
-' MAP* 93C ; ,

01846-050R
24 = R--0382000 .. ..
'IO .LE!; UII.. IE FLOYD .
'5 '. S 23 1 4 R 10 AC,M/L ,
r 179 R5 X -67' PARCJEL -
'' ; PARCFEL-. RECL 'rl ORB 200/ 130 1 '
K L K LAND ..
MAP. 93C


011364-000R .
285':' .R-0384000 :.,.
VANN TAMMY &,. IEORGIA
S 23 T 4 "R 10 1 ACRE
ORB 164/151 'FR CARR
MAP* 93C. .


S .27. 5

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01865-00OR
286 P--0-o400 .,-$301.03
WOOD'AR Q IREASA ...
S 23 T- 4 ,'R 10 1,1 AC .
ORB 150/974-975.' F R PARKER &
ORB 179/824 QC FR VANN
MAP* 93C


Oltlll, UOORP
S: 7 R-03e6500 $430.89
/9.90, POPHAM JOHN A. & KAYER.
SS 24 T 4 R 10 .3'7 AC M/L. :
', 95.60 FI' ON SR .71; .. : ... ....
ORH 21t7/9:"' PR CLEDIt-EY '-'.i-
'' ', MAP A i.:ilT" 4 .1S '9 W.~ g l-' p f '"
1. .' 4Jf% (-S ,H 3 "'A .A qA l.'
011R38-050R
:'OF1 R-0107000 $207).83
DANIEL CARL. DEAN
46.91 924 1 4 R10 .,47 AC M/L,
: 59 Fr PAREEL ON SR,71 ORB 176/
65'i AGREEMENT FR WHITEHURST
B MAPi* 93D' ,.

0' 18 O' R 0 '
289 R8-003F875'00 $951.98
POPIIAM JOHN A. & KAYE R,.
'I.8'7 S :24 I 4 RIO .8R7 AC M/L ,'
161.08 FT PARCEL UN S,R /1 ,
0 ORB 212/496,FR CLFCKLE.Y
MAP* 9:1U .,

01897-00OR
290 R-0 11 00 $212. 33
SMITH 1- T!N B. ," ".. "
46.411 S. 24',T 4 R 10 18 FI AIRrISS
111 S. l SFIE-OF OT 3 OF 11i ','
11101: I 1 HfLLTIOER PL AI IN
& ., PB 1 1, 25 REC' 0DBK 21/43
MAP 931D'

01910-000 .
291 R-(039700 f,2.
'1.. I',' 11iJR .EY SAMMY ESTAIE
S S .24 T 4 R 10 REC'D BK 1.1/ 15
I Lr rS'LANID SULD TO GRrFFI-N I
Rt l ID fIE. 20/491 ALSO THE, .
N LOFTIN HOUSE

S 0191:3 0-01 ,
9 ? R-0.19000 ", '(9
3,1 .ln SIRMONS GLENDA S. ., .
SS "4 T 4 R 1,0 069 AC M/L
'A "36.419 Ft'IIv SR-7I i 8-3 F T AV A
l DEI'IH ORB i'5/802-804 ,FR
S: RMLUNS FI NO RED-EYE' V.DE('I
(FOR FURItiER LEIAL SEE TAX RI L )

.1.1: 1 3, 1' . ,, 4 .,,
e;2 2 :9: 8 R-037060 .' 7,'. l-'
OYL'. I ES DANNY .
"' : S 24,"T,'4:',R.'O 4,005 AC N/I '
BEING ?49.827 FT ON E SHIF 01
SR 71, 807 FT AV DEPTH ..
ORB 177/857 FR STEPHENS
-MAP 19311 ..

01956--000R ; .' ,.
294 R'-0394700. 1.2
S GULF PINES HOSPITAL ,
S S.24 T 4'!R- O ; ,
BEING A LOT 29- 1/2,FT BY 209;,;,.
FT ORB 170/399 FR LANIER
MAP* 93D

5.89 (1/:9 1 001 3
299 '' R-0194RO0 $630,.67
RAMER ROBERT' E JR .-
SI 24.1 4 R 10 50 X"1i50 FT:0LOT
S AI NEC OF INTERS ACTION OF 110'
71 A CIMMEIRcF, AVE BEING OLD'.
DRUGSTORE & WEWA FLORIST &
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE' tAX' ROLi-)

1'. 42 '01961- 0011R
'296 R-0395000 $1,686.36
'GULF PINES, HOSPITAL INC.,
S 24 T1 4 R 10 .49 AC M/L.. .
131.88 FT ON SR 71 ORB 170/
394 FR MAYHANN
ULL) MAP* 93D

01969-007R
3.17 297 R-0396400 HX .' $158.43
KING BOBBY'W & KIMBERLY ,
SnuIIHERN fAIMES UNIT ONE PB 3'
PGU 3 LO1 6 '75 X 1 51;68-ORB ,
1:14/$71 FR' LEONARD (WIREGRASS
HOME BUILDER) '
t' (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

01992-000R
.59 ,. 298- R-0398700 $1,43.?97
BARLOW MARGARET
MACKS ADON TO WEWAHITCHKA "' "
1 PG.,14 LOTS 30 & 31 & N.6 FT
LOT 29 (DRIVE-IN) 'ORB 182/.872
FR THORNE (BEING WEWA RESTAU--
)LL) (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


02012-OOOR
299 R.-040,0900 $1444.28
VOYLES DANNY C
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA PEB
1 PG 14 LOTS 67 6& 68 ORB
167/522 F. BOYD '"
MAP *94A

02023-00OR
300 R-0402200 HX $349.56e
PATE SHERAL B. &
MACKS ADDN TO WEWAHITC'HKA Pr 'r
1 PG 14 LOTS .146, 147, 148
ORIB 176/88 LIFE ESTATE
MAP* 94A

02023-050R
301 R-0402300 $68
CAMPBELL CHRISTA P ,
MACK'S ADDITION TO WEWAHITICI'HA
PB 1 PG 14
LOTS 136, 137 ,ORB 179/399 FR
PATE '
MAP@ 94A

02038-O OR '...
302 R-04037Q0 HX ,.'" 7,3
MARSHALL DALE, & IE FRPI R
MACKS ADDN TO UEl-AI-II l:I1A PB[ '
1 IPG 14 LOTS 149, 150, 15.1','
152 & 153 ORB 147/403-404
FR RISH
MAP*#. 94A .'

02101-OO0R., ',.
303 R-04:10200 $477. L
BARNES DALTON E
GULF COUNTY LAND CO, S.IBD
LOTS 1, 2,.3 & 41 S 10 FT ,
LESS E 10 FT LOT 5; N 15'1:' :
LESS 5.54 FT ,LI:T 5: ORB 155,
(FOERIPrIHER I Fn L SEE TAX ROAL..)'


02124-000R ,
304 041 :':.0 o1 t,10,o
FLEMING MAX U. ET, .UX
GULF, COUNTY LAND CO, SUBD
LOTS 5, 6, ORB 71/37 PB 1 PG,

MAP* 930' .
BLIK 1


02169-005R
305 R-041
Olii I AR FR
S :'5 1 4 ,R
130 X 202.6
(irn 01,'S7(
MAPI7 4A


02345-OO0R
320 R-0442500 HX $209.90
JAMERSON LEWIS W,
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT ONE PB 2 PGQ 16 LOTS 11 &
12
MAP* 94A
BLK. 2

02346-003R
321 R-04428000 X $23.29
HANL.ON OANIEL, GENE BETTYP S,
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
UNIT ONE PB'2 PG .16 LOT :12 &
W 1/2 OF LOT 13 ORB'79/69 ,
MAP* 94A
BLK 13

02346-010R
322' R-0443300 HX r $396.35
RARDIN FRANKLIN J. '&' TERRI d J
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAI-TCHKA I(A
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 1.6 LOTS ,40 &
41 ORS 205/6'1,5 FR CLARK:
MAP* 94A ,


BLKI .3


02356-000R '
323 R-' -0445400 $44 ,.
DAVIS LARRY "JOE '
CLE.CKLEY'S ADDN UNIT .N.
PS 2 PG 17 'LOT "O' ..
ORB 129/133 FR LINDSEY &-KENT
MAP* 94A
OLK 1


02373-000R ..
324 .R-0447000 $170, 1;
.STEPHENS .JOHN H
CLECKL.EYS ADON ll I I '
IOTS 1, 2, 3, 4 PB 2 PG
37
MAP41 94A


3 ,
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02377-:002R8
325 ; *14 ''**.*
S MC GHIE l l -llli 'lll


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7300 $ ,,007 .'.,fp
ipD .& SCPHIA J,
I'Q ,69 AC M/L ,
5 FT N ,
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07169--050R '
30A R 0i41?' 50( '..4' ,72 '11
WOULLARD FRED & SOPHIA J,.- *i-
S.25 T 4 R 10 ,33AC. M/L
70 X L20.-.6 FT PARCEL: REC.;D '
ORB 202/972-FR GRIFFIN&
STIDMAN ''' .
Me. P#t 94A ".<''.' ,' t:. : ; ;:'i :-^',

02182-'60R
307 P-04.'140 HX $874.9.,0
FLEMiN( MAX & BETTY
S 25 T 4 R 10 1;47 ACRES
REI'n0 ORB 5.?2/3 ER LISTER
MAP 4994A ,
1 '4 *l ** ,- :.
02187-00OR
3'08 R-0422900 0X '$82.04
HIJOHES WILLIAM S, .; ,
S 25 1, 4 R.10 (LIFE ESTATE)
BEG CFN SR 6 WHERE RIVER AVE
INIER SR 6 ON N LINE OF LOT 6
BLK A VARNADORE & POSTON'S
(FOR F IRIIIER LEOAL' SEE TAX ROLL):

02223-010R
30l9 R-0427200 HX $341.27,
DiESTIFINU CHARLES.& SHARON
CIRCLE'J. ESTATES PB 3 PG 10
LOT 9 ORB 155/586 CERT, OF
TTTLE FR CLERK' : ..


MAP# 94B


02223-028R
<310 P-0421700
TAYLCOR LELAND & .D
CIRCLE J, ESTATES
LOT 1 ORB 187/382
MAP 194A


022:'.19 00010
311 R-0430200 HX
PARMELE MARGARET L
S 25 1T 4,R 10 .?7
X 75 FT LOT, BEING
SE/.4. OF NW/4
I)Pl 191/811, FR YOU
MAPI 94A

07 .21 -O00R
31.! R-0430500 HX
ROBER"ON UIL tAM E
S.25 T 4 R 10 LOnI
'190 FT IN SECT. PE.
173/45-6 FR SJPFCU-.
MAPI 94A ,. ,

.02235- 10R
31:1 P 041.1 100'
BART II-L D IICHARfI A
S 25 T 4 R 10
r,(O X 200 Fl PARIEI
8,1 & PECAI l I. PIR
LEACH
MAPI 94A

02)'46--00O0
3:14 R-04:1.10iO H-(X
IIAVI'3 RII:KY M & UW
S 25 T 4 R 10 BEG A
'.SE14. ,OF SW1./4 RIJUN
TfH W 1(4 FT Tp RIl Al
TH N 230 FT TH L 15
(FOR FiURtr. R LEOAL

0. :49--06o0R
31S R- 0'431100
RRUI'K< CI FTON 1OR HE
1r ."' T 4 R 10 1.;
150 X 326' PARCEL. O
tlNIl". C 'AA FR .CLECKIL
MAP* 94A '

02269--oOOR '
316 R-043-5800.
DI FATTA JOHN E, SR
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 P
2'5, .'6 27
ORB 199/472, FR DI F
ARMSTRONG ''
(FOR FUIJKllER LEGAL


02275--000R
317 R-0436400
ECl FCkl EY CHARLFS R,.
CILILL.-GE PARK I'B I "P
LOTS. 31,32,33,34,3
BEINO' r'ARi.:FI' L t 3 '0
FR idLANFlIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL

02297-000R
31,8 R-0438500.HX
BOYD RONALD Hi & AN
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 P
20,21,,22, ORB .140/3
ASSOCIATES FINANCE,
200/982 GRANT DEED,
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL

02340-OOOR
319 R-0441900 :1-F
WHITFIELD SARAH J
RISH ADDITION TO WE5
UNIT ONE'PB 2 PG 16
11
MAP* 94A


C E..I:C:KL.F J1.5PB 2 PG 37
. ORB 130/427 FR WITH
MAP*6 94A


BLK 9'


$43 ,73


NO 'I I '


0 ., ., i 0. ,

AODK'INS RELEASE
HARDENS ADDITION TO CITY 'F '
WEWAHITCI-IKA UNIT ONE PB PG
22 LOT 5 .ORB 186/363 FR36 ..
MC DANIEL. ..
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL F 1r.1 -,' '. PI I

02385--002 .
327 0 iill41l .0)o '" I I4,11 7
PHELPS'MICHAEL R,. ET uLX
HARDENS ADDITION TO CITY 'OF
,WEWAHITCHI-IKA UNIT QNE PB 2-PG "'
22 LOT 6 ORB 86/963 '
MAP* 94A
... .. I ( ,.I '"I ,

02390--000R
3128 R-'R-111900 $2.1.630
LISTER IIlA MAF
HARDENS ADDITION TO CITf, OF'
WEWAHITCHKA UNIT pNc PR FPG
22 LOTS 1 & 2 ORB 0 I 16/93t M
QC FR FLEMING -. :, T X., ..
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX plLl- I


02391-001R
329 R-0449100 $275
BORING'"MYERS D1, JR., '
HARDENS ADDITION TO- CITY OF
U[:UAHTI ILHKA UNIT 'ONE' PB ,2 PG
22 LOTS 11 & 12 nPRn iln','_.rt
QC FR BORING BLK 2
MAP* 94A "


02400-.000R
BLK A i 330 R-0450100 HX $548.23
SHARRON JOHN R .. .,
IDA GRIFFIN SUBO" PB 1 II 42A
LOTS 3 & 4,ORB 160/275 FR
O9 .33 GIBBS 6 Lil l CIR ,R I l-1//,1 I FR
ORA HOLTZ 6 LES,; LOT 3 08B 19 -1/6.1-
PB 3 PG t10 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
2 FR FICO "
R r 0240.9--000R .
BLK C 331 R-0451100 HX. $209.3,3
S PIPPIN COLE &. 'DARLENE' ,'
$22 6IDA RlifFII"SUBD:.PB 1 I'l 412A
8 V .9.I.:LOT 1 .j U 1/2 OF' LOT '17 RB:, 1

AC M/L 1 59 108/301-2 AGREEMENT: FR GLASS S'
IN N/2 OF MpI 9" (
SL K 3 .

NG 02410--O00R
332 R-0451200 :'34.1,60
FII r SHAUN F & WANDA '
i.r Ii IlA GRIrF IN ';IBID P l I rP 1 ,'1A ,"2 ,,
& LOTS 18, 19, & -:E.1/'2 OF LOT .
RFIIG 70 BY 17 ORR 152,936-9'39 'F.R JACKSON.,,
UC'[ n OR1 6 & ll ,2,'. -.2 FR .IAl;6<'i n 1 <0
4 (FIO< FI1fJ1nIIir L1O.i SFF iA>F ROLL,.)
', '. ", 1. "O .'>1 O )O P -
0.'1-14 000F)
1 -(.1.44 $223 50
S .'.( RIGHT LINDA J. "' '
S 145, (, .'S 2 'T 4 R 10 '"'- ':
.LlJ :", (| '0go X, I r 'l 'uI i :
ORB 215/3..9 FR R T [ 1 .
L ON IIRANM I- (" MAP* 9-IA .
S205/25 FR : .
0 .'44,0 o00 '
: 1.1 R-0 ('4.4 ,t.O' 0 HX' I 6'' 97
M' '' l MARTIN DEBORAH A,
S."': S 25 T 4 R 10 79 AC M/L,
S$1137., 'OR. B 201/937 FR BR.IT .
ANII S MAP'* 94A
AT NEC OF'.
S:oo FT .' 02440-100R ,
:l: on rIT .' 33 -')4-9(0 ,, $110 ,44
50' F r c ,11 1 ![ Ilt F 111II,ill Fi AL
SEE TAX Irllw 1 5 '.4. R :10 27 ACM/L
S .,II lill, tOT 5 BEING, 78.,90 FT (N" ."-
.. E;.' CHI LPOL.A ST, riln 208/455 FR
BRITT
$170,63 ;'MAP* 94A ,. ,
E LEN> *, p () I 'll
1'2,-AC M/L .,, 02444-050IR ,- :- ,
IN RIIRnrFl .[,,, 336 R-0455300 : $636" 12
,EY. "'. 'UHITFI:ELD JAMES. .T
S 25 T 4 R 10 .45 AC M/L,
S98 j FT ON E ,7TH STj 101'.,34
'4 I:'1|FT ON CHIPOL.A AVE, ORB 115/466'
$228''. FR MUINA. & ORB 206/511 QC FR
S(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX:ROLL),
G 13 LOTS' ) '.' .
S ..,. 02446-0001R
ATTA t 337 R-0455500 $390.,6
PARRIS DENNIS R; ,
SEE TAX RL.) S 25 1'T 4 R B 1,0 ., ACRFS 105
E TX RH.*) FT. E & W BY 140 FT N '& S IN,
THE SW CORNER OF SW1/4 (OF.
NEt/4 ORB 211/537 FR PAGE
MAP* 94A
$101 63
& BETTY R. 02452--05R
PG 13 4 : 2-I.
35,A.i,* 7,." 338 R:-0456900 HIX. $486.75
O RB 117/7)6 PIERCY DOUGLAS E; &' RITAA. ,
S '') CL.ECKLEY'S ADDITION III '
SEE TAX ROLL) UNRECORD, "LOTS 22,' 23, 24, &
-, .25 CL.ECKLEYS ADDITION 3 BEING
200 X 185 'FT ORB 97/431 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)
$290'.,70
IN H, 02452--016R
G 13 "LOTS "'' '3S19 R-0457000 $81,52
332 FR PIERCY' 1DOOLAS & iRITA .
INC. & UR'B S 2?5 & 26 T 4 R 10 1 AC-RES
FR BOY ''! 210' X' 190'' PARCEL ORB 1.20/
'SEE TAX ROLL') .50 FR BEAN '': '
MAP* 94A & 949

4 02452--026R
$85.,1 340 R-0457900 $257 .'30
PITTS IRENE, T, .
WAHITCHIKA CIECKLEY'S ADDITION III
LOTS 10 UNRECORD. LOTS 40 &,41 .54
ACRES ORB 186/115 CONTRACT FR'
JENKINS
BL.K' 1 MAP*. 94B


02461-001R
341. R'-0459400 HX, $50.38
HAND EARNEST & LINDA SUE
S 26 T 4 R 10 75, X 100 FT LOT
FR FHA REC'.D YRB 83/56
MAP 9.4B,

02471.-042R
342 R--0466200 $2,(077,76
BARLOW BOBBY & MARGARET
WHISPERING PINES UNIT NO 2 PB
3 PG 139 2 AC' M/L LOTS 40 & 4:1.
ORB 161/46 & 48 FR CLECKLEY
& ORB 169/199 FR CLECVILEY
MAP #94C '

02479-000R
343 R-0467400 $135 68
HAND ROSA MAE
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PpG,3 LOTS
1.5 & 20 ORB 154/375 FR HANII .
& LOTS 14, 21 ORB 155/263. I R
FLEMING, .
(FOR F-IRIIIER LFOAL SEE 'IAX ROLL.)


02480-000R
344 R-0467500
FLOWERS ANNIE T &
,3 Wf..LIAMSBURG PB 1 PG ;3
1, & 19 ORB ,149/473 FR
CHESTNUT
MAP* 94 '


02483-OOOR
345 R-0467800
(IUT.IER iC:)ESSA EST,
7" WILLIAMSBURG PB 1.. PG;3
MAP *948


0.'I'4 'OOOR
.'I' R -04'.'000 (
; RINFIIARI MAR(IlRET ELIZA
W11 IAl~t'JiRh ;PB I-PG 3-
A 4 IIR 79/604 ,, ,
S Mr'' 19411


0' 411/,i OOl
347 R-0468200 HX
I' .' l .. < I r i (I RI e I
BLK 9 Ull lIIAMLnIJP1, PB 1 PG 3
"6 ", 27, 28 ORB. 127/634


MYERS
MAP* 94R ,


02494 -OOR
'148 R-046'7?00
11iMWINS JOHN W.
Uil.I IAMSFILIRG PB,
MAP 194B


PG 3 L


02497--008R
349. R-0469200 HX-
iONFS RANDOLPH & BRENDA
LlIIIANSBIJRO PB -1 PO 3 I
20, 21, ORB 145/438 FR
MINCY ,
MAP* 94B ',
6L


02540--OOOR
363 R-'0473800 I HX $33. 96
RILEY NARVIE LEE
PINE RIDGE ADDITION .PB 2 PG B
LOTS 5 &, 6 ORB 135,/821 FR
ASSOCIATES FINANCE. INC.
MAP* 94B
SBLK 1


02542-000R
364 R-0474000,
FRAZIER JIMMY L &
PINE RIDGE, ADDITION
LOT 2 DBK' 1/846
MAP *94B


$41 .,37

PB 2 PG 8 ,'S


BLK 2


02543-OOOR
365 R-0474100 HX $428.19.
.JA.CKlON JOHNNY LEE & MARGARET
I" IF RinOrF ADDITION PB 2 PG 8 E
L111S 1 A 2 ORB 67/256 & ORB
126/471 QC FR JACKSON
S AP* ;94Bi,
(BLK 3


$48,41 025B1--OOOR
S366 R-0477800 : 1.
LOTS JOHNSON LUTRICIA FAYE
,'.. 1 4 R 10 1. AC M/L
10i X :' 10 FT PARCEL ON JilHN1F;Il-N .
LANE ORB 170/765 FR NORTH
ILK A : MAP* 940D ; ,

02584-00.1R .
$27.95 367 R-0478600 $268.08,
"". ,. HALEY JAtl:'1 'M i. NMAIiM I .
"LOT S 36 T 4 R. 10:L01 90 X 145 I
ORB 91/1013 FR GARDNER BEING ,
,i1. P rARI-'[ 11 IN SUJPVEY IN ORB,
18i /46 FR DIOLI-ESE OF PENSAfrll A
*.. (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE, 1A RP I.1 )
$64 .35, ` .. ,
BETH 0254..0oo0'
LOTS 3 .[ R-0478700 $401,. 71
il ho0 in PAICKINJG MACtIIUFS IC ...
q *1 4'4 R .0 '4l :I 'NI ,,'
IK B. ON S'R 71' 145' FT.'DEPTH B.",
1?i/A/, 6' FR BISHOP
,:' ,7 MAIIY40D ,. ,:.4

". -': : :0 '. 84 <-0 10R ,8. I -I
LO:T ,. t(,'9 R- 0478800 4 :,,:'.,('5,
C .FR '.,. -. EASTERLING SARA :.. : ,
9 36 T 4' R :.10 76" 84":FT ON. ,
.' ," ll PPEY RDj 174 FT AV ri i .,, I
..BLK B (PARCEL ,3) SURVEY FOR SMi I i ,-1
"' '.; ORB 181/568 FR TOM REED
(FOIR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

O I '.02584-0.15R ,
LOT I70 n470900
370 R-- ('14 0 711 1110.82
1 K ., EA'3TERL [lHUJ SARA :
BLK B S 36 1 4 R 1076.B4FTN
S '..:, SHIPPEY RDI; 177 46 A' 'EFTHPt.
(ARCEL #4) SURUE.I F R f IM TI 'I
$. 177.76 ORB 181/569 FR TOM REED ENT, .
MAP* 9.1D


OTS



LKB K *


0:'14 7 .0011 ,
350,. R-0469300 HX $177.76
ADDISON EMERTSON A JOHNNIE K.
JIlli IATA SRUJR SIIRliTVTSInN
PB 1 PG 3 ..'
LOTS :'2 & 23
ORB 140/40 FR IJLLIAMS
MAP* 94B


02497-050R .-
351. R-0469400
SALMON CORRIE
.: I It AMSOLIIPr; PB 1 PG
LIT r24 rRB 120/573 FI
WILLIAMS "
MAPt 94B


0:'.498-0.0R
:5:' R-04A95.00
RINEHART MARGARET
UTI. IlAMN BLURG PR 1
MAP *94B


$30.95

3-4


02603--OOR '
371 R-04? 800 HX $I_ 3R,1 .44'
MILL EIUGR.N NIl S A "
3S 36 T 4 R 10 6.'17ACRE '' '
64:1 27 FT 'ALONG SR 71 IN NEC.
01 NEI/4 OF N i1/4 REC'D ORB -'

MAPI 94D

02604-000R
372 R-040i?'00( .$48,41
C.L; SMITH MOTOR CO., INC. ..
S 36, T 4 R 10 1 AC BEG AT SEC
OF SE/4 OF SW/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)


R 02614-000R .
t 3. 373 R-C04 0 O0O $787.49
l.'l; RF 1 I-.FI R DEBRA KAY 4000-.. .y< .
BLK B F 36 T 44 R 10 Xi31',AC.RES, ; -op
BEING PA'RCEET"'"B" S.. LrlNTRACT FR CARPENTER
.97, 9 MAP* 940 i


ELIZA
PG 3


0..1v99-000R
453 3 -0469600
BAILEY L..EUIS & I'.OUISE
WII 1 IAM5SBIJRG PB 1' PG 3
1ORU 10H/409 FR YON-
MAPI 94B,


)2300-000R 00
354 R-0169700 .
RIlEHlARF MARGARET EL
W LL'IAMS'BURGQ PB 1 PG
31, 32 & 33
MAP 1941B. ..


02',.01 -0001R
3'5 R -04A91100
WILLIAMSF RIJUSEVELT
UltLIAMRBURO PB I PG
MAP 194B


I A
3


BETH
LOT 29 02619-00OOR
S 3/4 R-04i460A0 HA $161.87,
BLK B MEREDITH RUBY NELL & TEREISA
.S 36 T 4 R 10 LOTS 16, 17,
BLK 3 LESTERS SUBDIVISION.
(UNRECORDED) REC'D ORB ,83/1.99,
.'$29'.45 FROM O'BRYAN .
MAP* 94Q- ,
JLOT 30 .. ,
02629-000R
... .i 375 R8-0486600 $229 ,2 8
BL.K 8 KENT UILLIAM WESLEY &
bS :6 T 4 8 10 1.25 AC M/L,
12 Fl PARCEL ON TRANSFER
'435 ', P. ORB 153/884 A FR,
BlF TH '. SMITH & 'ORB 188/729 QCRFR IENT
LIIIS' MAP* 94D 0 ., : ;,
'4 .' .. 3. 4,


3 LO


BLK B


02 0 -13 OOO .00. ,
356 'R-0470500 b $227.29
FLOWERS ANNIE T' "& '
UILL IAMSBURO FPI 6 PD 3 LOTS '"
5. 6 & 7 ORB 149/473 FR '4


CHESTNUT
MAPI 94 ..


BLK


02510-050R
357 R-0470800',,$ ,: $2
PEACE EARNEST
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
LOT .7 ORB 174/19 FR OWENS
MAP* 94B
BLK,E


02510-100IR
358 R-0470900 $27
OWENS JESSIE LEE
WILLIAMSBURG. PB '' P, ''
LOT, 6 ORB 180/65 F.R OWENS
. MAP# 94B

02 11.-002R ,
359 R-0471200 $2
OWENS SHELIIA *A'A,
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LOT 8
ORB 72/110,9 ....
MAP t948
S .', BLK,,


02512-0560R
360 R--0471400 446
FISHER RIVERS.
WILLIAMSBURG.
LOTS 12 & 13,
MAPt 94B


02523-O000R
361 R-0472400
BRITT RUTH M;. '
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1I PG 3
ORB 138/732 FR ADDISON
MAP* 94B


02534-o000
362 R-0473200 .
GRAY JERRY LEWIS
WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3 LO
ORB 174/210 FR FINLEY & 0
177/911 CO FR FINLEY
MAP *948


" ""- 02629-003R
BLK B .376 : R-0486800 k107.,62
BAILEY JESSEE ,
S 36''T 4 R 10:,0,74 .ACRES IN ,
THE SUW COR,; OF SE1/A OF SU1/4 ;
'27,95 OF NE1/4 OF'SECT.,36 T 4,R,61.,
FROM SMITH '. !' .
1T 34' MAP 940 ,


02629-061R
- ,377., 4R-648.850 .HX
WEBB CORY M,. & LESIA" K,
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD '
UNRECORDED LOT "10.5.AC
ORB 112/287 FR, BROGD'ON
MAP* 94D .,


$134 82


M/L


02632-230R
378 R-0499800 $151.23
0 WARD ,SHANNON DEWAYNE &
S 36 T 4 R 10 ',63'ACM/L '
LOT.13, JNREC, SUB. BY WISH,
9.45 UNREC.. AA'FR, RISH
'MAP* 940


S 02650-050R' : '
379 R-0491800 $74.59
SMITH KENNETH M.
'S 36 T 4 R 10, 49 AC M/L
90 X 170 FT; PARCEL I
ORB 195/745 FR KELLER, LESS
7.95 ORB 209/89.3 TO,,WEBB
MAP* 940. ,

02650-100R .
380 R-0491900 $481.74
WEBB CORY M. & LESIA K.
SS 36 T 4 R 10- 1.128 AC M/L'.
9.45 REC"'DORB 209/893 :FR SMITH
MAP# 94'D '

02652-000R
381 R-0492200 $599. 49
E NORRIS STEVEN &
S 36 T 4 R i'O 1/2 ACRE 102
1/2 FT. ON SR 71 X 210 FT
DEEP ORB 209/77 FR MITCHELL
6';91 MAP* 940


iLK E


$73.50

LOT 6


BLK. F


02655-000R.
382 R-0492500 H 264.95
WINCHELL MORRIS E. & MYRA MEYE
S 36 T 4 R 10 3.41 AC M/L A '
LOT ON N LINE OF LESTER SUBD
LESS ,4 AC IN ORB 89/912 TO
EARNEST ORB 124/1094 FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


02677-001R
383 R-0496300
HORNE MITCHEL L
S 1 T 5 R 10 1 AC
21/642
MAP *95A


S $5. 14

REC'D ORB; .


.3* .51 02684-003R
3 ,384 R-0497400 $1.0,37
13 WHEATLEY V MARLENE &. ROGER
1 B SUNNY,WOOD ESTATES P'B 3 PG 18
LOT 3 & 4, UNREC AA FR
MC LEMORE'S TRUST
BLK G MAP *958


I I r


iq V NI


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"" .! ..i
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Sy.;' "q *?q ,'















02684-038R
385 R-0500700
JAMERSON MARYMANN
SUNNYWOOD ESTATES UNIT NI
;PB 3 PG 17 LOT H (SHOWN
NOT INCLUDED ON PLAT)
MAP *958

02707-001R
386 R-0506600
COMBS LISA J. & EDITH M.
S 12 T 5 R 10 5.2 AC IN
OF SE/4 ORB 186/276 FR
JOHNSON
MAP* 950


02716-OOOR
387 R-0507900
HORNE MITCHEL L
S 12 T 5 k 10 1/2
REC'D ORB 29/557,
MAP *95D


AC PER


02722-115R
388 R-0508700
LINTON PATRICIA A
S 12 T 5 R 10 1,33 AC--M
LOTS 3,4 GLENN ESTATES,
UNREC. SUB. ORB 161/803
FR LINTON '
MAP'* 95

02722-125R
389 R-0508800
LINTON WILLIAM E.
S J12 T 5 R 10
LOT 5 GLENN' ESTATES UNREC
UNREC, AA FR CLECKLEY'
MAP* 950 '

02722- i3dR
390 R-0508900
MC DONALD PERRY & ROBIN
S 12 T 5 R 10
LOTS 6'; 8 GLENN EST-ATES U
SUB, ORB 261/370 :AA FR. !
CLECKLEY "& ORB,209/844 FR
(FOR FURTHER'LEGAL:SEE TA


02722-135R
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 $92.05
3F.A1TY GEORGIA & DONALD '
S 12 T 5 R 10 7l. '",.
LOT 10, |GLENN ESTATES UNREC.
SUB., UNREp. AGREEMENT FR
CLECKLE'Y;, .
MAP 95D0 .


02722-215R
393 -R-0509900 $50.58
SKINNER RANDY & DIANE "" '
S 12 T 5. R 10 El 8'AC M/L
LOT 22 GLENN STATES .. '
ORB 136/943 FR CLLCKLE' '
MAP* 95 .

02730-010R
394 8 R-0511200 $89 .05
DAWSON CHARLES K. & DEBRA
S 13 T 5 R 10 1 AC
dRB"'203/314 FR HARVELL
MAP *96

02731-001R
395 R-051.1400 9 '?.' 94
TAUNTON JESSIE MARSHALL
S 13 T 5 R 10 .5 AC M/L 150 X
150 FT LOT REC'D ORB 101/ 716
FR TAUNTON

02791-000R ', l: f :i ii>i
396 R-65244O06 I IX '1 $102; 95
BURKE STEVEN V "PAMEtZ.A'.'Z- -
S 11 T 7 R 10 4.5 AC M/L
210 FT .ON' SR 71 X.1000 FT
DEPTH ORB 159/345-346 'FR:
" HFiAI':lL-CK ORB 206/232 FR RIIRkrE
MAPI 101C

02798-025R '
397 R-0525800 $202.00
CARNLFY JUDSON E. & IDA E.
S 10 T 7 R 11 .75 AC M/L
204.45 FT ON INTRACOASTAL ",
RO.U. UNREC. AGREEMENT FR
KIRKLAND
MAPI 83 .

0'304- 000 ,
398 R-0527200 '$1 ,487.07
REEVES CHARLES' I. (, JUUIE,:'-; ,
S 1. T 7 R 10 4,55 AC 'REC'.D : i. ,
ORB 214/772 FR HAMMOND 0'- .
'MAP 4101C

02r0:38a 0010 "'
399 .R-0530900 i $2164 20
LANIER CLINTON A., SR( & DIANE:.
:S 11i f 4 R 10 1.10 AC::M/L:.
PARCEL 'BEING' TRACT, '813 n
ORB 212/149 FR LANIER .
MA,P* 101C ; ,-. ,

02039-0008R ,. :' ''''
400 R- 053o1000, 6
BURKE SIEVfN V
S 11 T 7 R710 1.5 AC M.L' '.
211 X 100 FT PARCEL '
200 X 211 FT PARCEL B"B ''"'
ORB 173/590 FR BURKE '' '
MAPf 10.iC

02844-050R ., ; .
401 R-0531900 19 .65
DEES LEON, ,.
S 11 T 7 R 10 75 AC M/L 125 '
X 260 FT LOT ORR 165 ,7 F "'
MARTIN
MAPt 101C

02964-000R "'" ..
402 R-0544400 HX '' $248.28
GODWIN ROBERT G. ET UX "
WIMICO SLIBDIVISION ''PB' W1'P' *31
LOT 12 & 20 FT ;ONNWUS'IDE'-OF":
SAME & SE 20 FT OF LOTS 9, 10'
& 11 AND ADJOINING 20 FT
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)


03019-060R' < : :
403 R-0551200 $798.92
PROVIDENT MEDICAL CORP.!,OF ,
S 7 T 8 R10 .636 AC M/L 300
FT ON GARRISON AVE PARCEL
ORB '168/697 FR HEALTH'CARE
MNGT. CORP. ; .
(FOR FURTHER. LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03045-001R
404 R-0554900 "$824,91
HUTCHISON DAVID L, &
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1 PO 2 PG.
3 LOT 23 ORB 200/305 FR ,CO
MAP* 69B.
,, .BLK 1

03057-006R
40,5 R-0558000 HX ,$11364
DOUDS SANDRA
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO, 1 PB 2 PG .
3 "LOT 3 ORB 124/451 QC:FR
GLEN R, DOUDS JR.
MAP 69B ,
BLK 4 .


03083-012R '
406 R-0565500 $25': 48
GULFF INTERNATIONAL PROPERTIES'
S 30 T 8 R 10 ,51'2 AC'M/L1
131.98 X 169 FT 'LOT "C-3"
ORB 193/558 FR COLLEN CONST.
MAP* 70


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


03083-013R
$134,40 407 R-0565600 $256.98
GULF INTERNATIONAL' PROPERTIES
0. 2 S 30 T 8 R i0 ,504 AC M/L
AS 130 X 169 FT'BEING PARCEL "Q"
ORB 193/553 FR JOHN F. CULLEN
CONSTRUCTION INC.
MAP* 70

$294,74 03083-075R
408 R-0566400 HX $698,.33
8E/4 SHEARER 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)
$44.64
03083--090R
DEED 409 -65, '.A6600 $249.1.3
HAPPY,.O 1 rM STABLES, INC. &
S 30 T 8 R 10 1 AC M/L
BEING LOT 9... PONDEROSA PINES
UNREC; ORB 216/136 FR PORT
$204.40 CITY ASSOC,
MAP* 70
M/L .
*, 03083-100R .,
QC ,' 410 R-0566800 .' $225.57
MOORE CHARLOTTE .
S 30 T 8 R 10
BEING LOT 11 PONDEROSA PINES
UNREC, ORB 206/446 FR PORT
$561.79 CITY ASSOCIATES
MAP* 70

; 03083-145R
.411 ''. $16 24!
WATKINS ,IAMLS 0,
S 36 T B R 10
BEING LOT 20 PONDEROSA PINES
$3070.,10 UNREC. ORB 212/68 FR SIMPSON
MAP* 70 ,

NRECC., 03097-006R <
412 R-0568900HX' 78. 1
WATERS ADA L
X-. ROLL,) JONSVI4OLE SUBD PB 1 PG 57 N
185 FT OF LOT 12 ORB 75/85
.' MAP *69C
$170.58 ': .,


03101-005R
413 R-0569700 .. $.58,07
TULL bARRELL,. .
JONESVILLE SDUBD
150 X 230 FT REC'D IN ORB,
186/189.FR BOWERS
MAP* 69C


03101-020R
414 4 R-0 156909< (
TULL IJARRELLL
JONESVLLLE SUB
. ;- 1-O FT LOT.
ORB 148/175 FR TULL
MAPI 69L C -'

0 3 10 1 -0 : t0 t 1
415 R-0569900 HX"
PELT MICIIEL '"
JONESVILLE SUBD
128 Y '31) FT LOT
(1I1 140/176 FR TULL
MAP* 69C


03101- 0409
416 R--O'.-,70000 $126 95'
TULL DARRELL .
S 19 T 8 R 10, '
W 109' OF N 150' LOT 30.
ORB 162/577 FR TULL & ORB 163/
17 CD FR TULL
MAPt 69?C

03101--050R .8
417 R-0570100 $129.18
MC MULLON ARCHIE U., & VICKIE
JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION LOT 39:
&- 40 ORB 111/12 FR TULL. ,' ,
MAP@ 69C U 4

03101-100R
418 R-0570300 HX $415.08
TULL DARRELL & RHONDA
JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION PB 1
PG 57 150 X 367.25 FT PARCEL
IN L(I1S 30,31, 32 "ORB 162/576'
CD FR TULL
MAP* 690C -


03130 OOIR
41,' R--0573000 ,
BROWN UILLTE L. ET.
MONEY-BAYOUi SIUR
LOT 21 .ORB 94/932
MAP* 72C0


0:31:34-00OR
*120 R-05/3/500
LIKELY RAY 0 & MINNIE
MONEY BAYOU SLIBD PB :
LOTS 7 & B 7 *8''
ORB 150//55, 'FR ORFENE


,MAP* 72C


03136--000R
.421 R-0573700
BRkUTON JAMES L..
OUNi f BAYOULI SIJ II
LOT 12
MAP 172C


*,, 15q. 7
AL, .

FR. ARBER


03171-155R
429 R-0580800
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &
INDIAN LADOONW
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT
ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSO
FIN, CORP.
MAP* 909

03171-160R
430 R-0580900
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT,
ORB 135/705-720 FR WILS.O
FIN. CORP.
MAP* 90B

03171-165R
431 R-058100p
DIERKSHEItOE MELVIN &.
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT. 1
ORB 135/705-720 FR WILSON
FIN. CORP.
MAP* 908

03171-180R
432 R-0581300
CLARK WILLIAM C, &,CYNTHI
INDIAN LAGOON.,,'
ESTATES(UNRECORdED) LOT 1
ORB 206/424 FR RISH
MA* 90B' ,


03186-000R
$202.00 450 R-0606600 $1,581 .4;
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN G, ET AL
S 20 T 9 R 10
11 639.34 FT PARCEL ORB 117/1057
N FR WILSON FINANCIAL CORP. .
LESS 8 LOTS IN UNREC SUBD
MAP* 720

031(34-115R .
$202.00 451 R-0607700 HX $790,05
CAUSEY BRUCE L &,
PELICAN PINES, UNREC, SUBD,.
12 LOT 5 ORB 172/801 FR BU.G
N MAP* 7201.

03186-130R
4p2 R-0608000 $2,369. 74
MARLOWE MELISSA
$202.00 PELICAN PTNEF, UNREC, SUBO,'
LOT 8, /4 F r GULF FRONT M/L) i
544 FT AV DEPTH
13 ORB 212/396 FR MFI FIIPI1
1 MAP* 720


[A

6


0.0,5(
A,


03171- 185R
433 :R-0581400: $200,.C
CLARK WILLIAM C. & CYNTHIA A.
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 17 '
ORB 206/424 FR RISH
MAP* 90B

03171 190IO
434 $- OI-SI I 5 200.50
CLARK WILLIAM C. & CYNTHIA A.
INDIAN LAGOON
ESTATES(UNRECORBED) LOT 18
ORB 206/424 ,FR Rli1 ,
MAP* 90B

03171-195R
435 R.-0581600 c200.5(
CLARK WILI..IAM C. & CYNTHIA A.
INDIAN LAGOON
I '.I."',1I.S 'INRE-UPRDF-O) LOT 19.
rniB '0.:/95. 1 R .J(INF 5
MAPI 90E

03171-20014 .
436 R .81 700 $200.50
UI.AWK WILLIAM C. & CYNTHIA A;
[ Nill N LAGOON .
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 20
ORB 203/951 FR 'JONES
MAP* 90B


, ''$49.53 437 R-0581900 $ $200'.50
.' G ROSS STEPHEN J,' & '.
INDIAN LAGOON
; : ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LOT 22
ORB 214/874 FR RISH
MAP* 90B


03171-245R "
438 R-0582600 $202.00
GRIF-FIN 'SHARON' .
IN[IIAN IAGULIHN
ESTATESIIJNRECORUF.D) LOT 29
ORB 191/590 FR ULLSON


FINANCIAL COR.
MAP* 90B


03171-25QR
439 R-0502700
GRIFFITH SHARON'
INDIAN 'LAGOON*
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) LO
01R 193/862 FR RISH
MAP* 90B

0311-400R
440 R-0585000 HX
LEMIEUX THOMAS & TIFFA
S 15 T 9 R 10 1.190
'100 FT ON SR 30;,500 F
DEPTH ORB 187/175 FR .N
MAP* 90A

03171-450R
441 ;R-0585200
DILRKSHFEIUE MELVIN .A
S 15 t 9 R 10' 20.o276 A
1743.66 FT ON SR 301 5
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "2"
135/701-4 FR WfLSON FI
MAP# 90A


031.86-580 R
453 R-0609800
INDIAN lltitflER BEV. I Hr..,
0, IN'DIAN SUMMER PB, 3. PG 41
,, LOT 16 ,
MAP* 720 ,,

Q, 3186-585R
454 .R-0609900
INDIAN SUMMER DEV, INC.
INDIAN SUMMER PB 3 PG 41:
S LI) I 17' .
MAP 721:1

0319.1-001R 4
455 ,R-0614700 $2' '
SAVAtlE J. LAMAR & DAN YOR
S'2: T 9 R i0 100 Fl 1GULF
FRONT) 90,8 FT AV, DEPTH.
0 ORB 201/478 FR MORGAN
MAP* 900D'.' "" "


03191-02'6R.' :.
456 Po-0,17100 o$4
VOORHISI :11ARIF -S C, III MD
S 22 T 9 R 10 200 FT GULF
y, FRONT) 413.94 FT DEPTH M/
ORB 84/631 :
MAP* 90 ,

03191.- .91 ,
457 R-0617400 ,,
LARUDEE PAUL BETTYTTY
S 22 T 9 R 10 283.10 FT F
ON SR 30B; 716 FT AV flEPI
227 FT LAGOON FRONT (WR
f110/1008-9 FR GROOM.,..
MAP* 900' / '.

03192-002R .,.
458 R-0619100
DUKE WILLIAM ANURFU
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NI
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 2
ORB 202/955 FR POLLOCK,.&
MAP *900 : ,, '.


03200-001R
459 R-0621700
FISHER WAYNE D. ET AL
INDIAN PASS 'BEACH GROUP NE
PB 1 PG 48 LOT 13 -ORB 77/'
MAP *90 ,


033'14-004R
4/? R-A060800
RArF [[-.LI) SEVERAL
5 1'1 1 5 R 11 1.,V977AC
BEING LOT 4 & ADJ. PARC
ORB 176/61 FR RAFFIELD
MAP* 42 '


03392--015R
$111,96 494 !R-0684000 $81
SOLARSKYJ STANISLAW
Q M/L S 31 T 5 Rl
CEL 170 X 260 FT PARCEL ORB 126/
S843-45 AA FR HARDY
"MAP* #


03335-00R R
473 R-0O60900 :165,71 i
RAFFIELD APRIL
S 13 T 5 R '11 4,5 'AC' M/L
.NW/4 OF SU/4 LYING E OF CO RD
REC'D ORB 60/775 (LESS ORB 54/
1044 ( ORB 72/917,'Tb BLAKE;
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL;SEEITAX,ROLL)

033335-001R
474 R-0661000 $89.961
rAr, r IF1 t I.FVERAL
R 13 1 5 R I1 ,507 AC M/L
1 0T 3 UJREC. .SUB ., ,
[1RP 176/62 FR RAFFIELP LESS
SORB 188/732-736 TO RAFFIELD
MAP* 42


621 .I/ o i~0:3:3',i' -004R '" ,
4/F, R 066120 0 :*: $'7i.20,
S RAFF'IL D MAOFI.INF. ':, .,.
13 1 5 ,R 1 ,505 AC M/L
BEING LOT, .4, UNREC., SUBD BY
RAFr-li_-II ORB 174/763 ;
$621.39 MAP* 42 ..
03335-050R
476 R-0661400 HX *H .156.21
WOOD ROY JR. & EDITH
S -' 813 T5 5 R 11 .580 AC M/L
200 X 3/0 72 F I PARCE ,
2,36 824 QRB 173/861 FR RAFFJEL .
K 100 X 37B.22 FT PARCEL ORB .
S ., (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RbLL)

S r (3 R
4// R 0661900 HK X' A' 4,97'
RAf- FIr.U MAUEL INE H'
1 I 5 R '11 7.94 AC M/L
2018.52 X 350 FT PARCEL ORB
,724,46. I5/A/635 ORB 158/73 & 77.88 '
4X 288.B52 FT PARCEL ORB 158/72',
(FUR FURTHER LEOAL SEE IAX ROLL)
L ;.' "
0'1.17-012R
4708 R-0662200 HX: $238.50
RAFFIEL), KIM '
S 13 1 R 11 5.79 AC H/L '
$713.87. 200 FT PARCEL ON CU. RDi 1266
SF AV. DEPTH "ORB 134/810-11
ROli FR. RAFFIELD M.H,
II MAPt 42
03337-0- R ? .' "
4/9 R-0662300 $*227 64
USIONANT PATRICK J.,
S 13 T 5 R 11 2.97 AC M/L'
,.174.8R 1H5 x 700 FT CREEKFRONT PARCEL
UNREC. AA FR DAVIS
10. 1 ,' MAPI 42

BASS. 03337-05OR '
480 'R-0662400 $7 $227.64.
BLK 0 IOLISIGNANT PAIRICK J. "
S 13 T 5 R 11 3 AC M/L
CRFEKFR(INT PARCEL REC'D IN
$247.613 IINREC. AA FR DAVIS .
MAP* 42


3. 1


934

BLK 0


03220-021R
460 R-0627700 HX $79.
FI.rCHER GREGORY F & JiltTE A
$176.94 INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NU. 1
PB 1 PG 4R LOT 6 ORB 167/1/2 "
FR RICH
OT 30 MAP *900D
,',4-4: ',1 :..U : /' ,: '4 B .U

03276-OOOR ; 8 ;,' j ..4 t
461 R-0638700 n2.:
$475.14 KEMP LARRY ALLEN & AVE MARIE
NY S 12 T 4 R 11 32 AC NE/4 OF
AC M/L NW/4, LESS 8 AC IN NEC IN ORB
iT AV 90/921 (PARCEL 2) FR KEMP
IELSON MAP 380D

03279-150R
462 R-0639200 HX $1,104..
$1,075.16\ BAXLEY TERRY G & LEISA'L
S S 12 T 4 R 11 ,.75 AC M/L.'
NC M/L PARCEL REC'D ORB 170/967,FR .
00 FT '*BAXLEY
OR MAP* 38D .,. ,


N. CORP.,


$310.21'


SPG 49 03178-060R :
4.42 R-09200 ; $1,113.07
S ; IU GENERAL 'PARTNERSHIP.
S- UI F IUATLR SHORES
BLI 'R 3 Pnr J9 )'404 '' .- -
BL D 4' 7 .._ _


S LOT 8
ASSOC.
t160.37 (IFOR Fl


0:31 /H i
443
MiLLER
SWEET.
P'B 3 P(
LOT 4 ,
ASSOC ,
,(FOR Fl


03171--
444,Ap


:;, i .PG .*' "K


....L'K b"


03141 008R
422 R -(,574l- 4"'1,67
'LI.KEL.Y, RAY, .
MONEY BAYOU SUB5o 'PB4'1.' PG 39.4,
LOT 19. ORB 102/587. AGRFFMf'I1 ''
ER ADAMS '
MAP 72C


03148-000R
423 R-0575000
u I NN' 1111 1114',
;lItilrY Ar0nii SUBDO'pn I
LOTS 12 & 1
M A P 7 2 C .' ,


03171-040R
424 R-.0579100
BUCHANAN J." VINCENT &


I '1


* '' U'WILSON
SWE ETUWA
1..303,52 BT',3 PF
LOT 5 o
S '49 4 (F l
S ([ R ri


,',''7.4': 4 5


S 15,T 9 R 10 8, 1 AL. M,'L
775.33 FT ON SR 39, 5o00 F
DEPTH BEING PAPCEL "A" IN
100/7R1 AGREEMENT FR WOOD
(FOR FilPTHFR'LECAL SFE TA

03171-050R
425 R-0579200 ...
* BIJU.'ANAN J. VINCENT &
S 15 T 9 R 10 1.674. AC .M/
142, 2 FT' ON' SR ;30;'i; 500 .F
DEPTH BEING PARCEL "B" 'IN,
100/788 AGREEMENT FR WOOD,
(FOR'FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA

03171-060R
426, R-0579400
BUCHANAN J. VINCFNT' '
S 15 T 9 R 10 2.88 AC M/l
100 FT LAGOON FRONT:) '634
AV DEPTH BEING PARCEL "E"'
IN ORB,1,60/912 QC FR
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX

03171--145R
427 R-0580600 :
DIERKSHEIDE MELVIN &.
INDIAN' LAGOON ,
ESTATES(UNRECORDED) 'LOT 9"
135/705-720 FR WILSON FIN,
CORP' :'
MAP 908


03171--:150R
428 R-0580700' $
DIERISHE.TDE MEL&IN &
INDIAN LAGOON -
ESTAT'ES(UNRECORdDED) LOT 10
ORB 135/705-7'20 FI WILSON'
FIN, CORP
HAP* 908


BLK t: 03178-1
445. R


03283-000R '
463 R.063197700 $148
KEMP. LARRY D. & AVE
S 12 T 4 R 11 8 AC
BEING 4 AC IN PARCEL 13 IN
ROB 90/921 FR KEMP & 4'AC (RBl
'107/853 FR PARKER :'
HAPI 380


,.


ORB 197/212 FR, SEYROID,
INC. 03285-0 YR
FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL) 464 R-0639900 -: '$113 4
KEMP LARRY A., & A.E MARI['E' '
S95' 12 T4 R10 4 AC 133 X 1320 FT
R-0589900 $ 07 COT BI-[.f1 REC' D OFi I.IAL
ROBERT I' OEORGIEiEVNF R 'RECORD BOOK 73 PAGE, 124' FROM ,
WATER SHIIRES KEMP '
GE 39 & 40 '4
ORB 197,175 FR F;rYRIII 0328 OR '. ,,
INC. 465 R n(.14('700 -HX '',, $59.1
JRlHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL) KEMP ARRAY A & AVE M. :..
S1 12 T 4 R.11 11 AC
ORB 54/990 FR ALLAN KEMP BEING
1/01 21.0 X 21.0 FT) 266X: 1320 FT
R-,059:1606 '6 $204.76 PARPFI. *1 IN OR 90/9?1 'LESS
fn1111? it 'L R, 'J (FUR FURTIIEP LLUAi_ SEF TAX ROLL
WATER SHORES ,' 4
iE 39 & 40 03295-020R
ORB 198/98, FR SEYBULO 0 466 ,R-064i800X "HX $51'3.,7
TII: AUST.IN JIM J', ET AL
IRITCRP LF(Ai SFF TAX ROLL..) (S;.17 T 4 R ,11 j 300 'AC 'REC ?D
ORB 65/1.006'FR'IIA'MIL IUN FARMSS
INC & ORB 89/577'
75R MAP 9 ,
R-0591700 $170.58 ',,


$.649,6 WILSON :ROBERT L, JR,
$649,. SLit I ITll'IFIR SHORES
PIll I'Ii' l 19 & 40 :
T LOT 6 ORB 198.'918 FR SEY
'OR ASSOC. 1NI' .
- ( (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T;
X ROLL.)
: O'!0 l >13-1 ".'0' ',
446 R-0592300
$232.64 MAYI.L JEFF A,
SWFLTUA1FR SHORES'
L. PB 3 PGE 39 & 40'
T. LOT 1.2 ORB 197/514 FR ,SE
IORB ASSOCiAIFH INC. -
MERE', (FOR FLIRTHER LEGAL' SEE TA
X ROLL)

0317B-220R
$202.00 447 R-0592600 .
"' 'SMITH JAMES Ei, & JOYCE V.,
S; SWEETWATER SHORES
;5 PB 3 PGE 39 & 40,,
LOT 15 ORB 212/352 FR WE.
MAP* 72C ,. 0;
X ROLL) ,' K 0


$202.00 03178-900R
448 R-0592900
CAPE VILLAS .COMMUNITY ASS
ORB. 19 T'9,R 10 :
CAPE VILLAS COMMUNITY, PRO
REC ORB 1.03/283
MAP 72C


202:00 03180- 140R
S 449 R-0595800 :
IHIJGHES GEORGE & CHERYL '
TREASURE SHORES SUB/ PB
S 26 OT '9 ORB 148/299 FR I!
& SNYQER
MAP 472C


0332:3-000R "8 ';':
467 R-0654500 $59.11
UACHOV IA BANK, N.'A; ..
YBOLDI 12 T 5 R 11-17.7 AC THAT
PART OF SE/4 LYING E OF .
X ,ROLL) LT.TTLE CREEK & E OF SR
OUTFALL DRAINAGE DITCH
.:MA ..P *441

$1.70.5S 03326-.155R ,
468 R-0656700 $85.,3
STEVENS,EUGENE P BARBARA,J
rYBO n- S'13 T 5 R 11 SUNSHINE ACRES
EILD .'IIFIN C JRUF-U) LOT 11,,96 AC
M/L ORB 148/822 FR TAUNlbN
X ROLL) ET AL
MAP 42 '

$191., 53 03326-245R
469 R-0658800 .. $524';7
BRAKE LARRY L
S 13 T 5 R 11 SUNSHINE ACRES'
LER (UNRECORDED) LOT 29 5,23 AC
M/L UNREC AA FR TAUNTON
MAP *42

03330-120R8
470 R-0659700 $124.78
$477.14 HARLAND LENA
OC. S 13 T 5 R 11. 1;,347 AC M/L'
210 X 279,45 FT BEING PARCEL
PERTY NO, 1 IN UNREC SUB ORB 144/
830-32 AA FR CAR',R, ET AL '
MAP* 42


03331--001R
3,016.16 471 R-0660210 $124'.45
KNOX PAMELA
3 IP' S 13 T 5 R 11
HUMAN LAND BEING 300 FT ALONG U SIDE
OF DANIELS RD, LAND LYING &
BEING IN SW/4 OF SW/4 FR
t I..K A (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


03340-005R
491 R-OA67300
IIAGAN GEORGE L. & ,
CREEKVIEW ESTATE, I
.55 AC, LOT 1 103 I
91 FRONT WETAPPO OBR
DUREN F r AL .:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL


*885.27
JOSEPHINE L.-
UNREC.
FT CREEK
201/79B FR

SEE TAX ROLL


03340-020R
482 R-0667600 HX $201.66
YOUNGRLOOD JOANNE .' '.,..
" CREEKVIEW 'MEStATES, UNREC.' .:
LOT 4. ORB 135/289 FR COFSTlIN..-,
1 ORB 157/154 AA FR' CARR ETAL
& ORB 186/511 FR' ARMER & ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03:140-0/5R
483 R-0668000 IIX $156,B9
HALL JAMES C & PATRICIA E.
S23 T 5 R t11
57 ORB. 159/802 .FR CARR ET'AL
MAPI 42
0:1340-1001
4n4 R- 0668300 2: *276.60
STERZUY JOHN A
CREEKVIEU ESTATES, UNREC,'.
I.T 4 .ORB 14i/910 'FR COSTIN
ET AL
10 MAP 42 "

03340-230R '
485 R-0668400 HX '$538.33
MOIRAI ES JFSUS ROBERTO
SCREEKUOOD ESTATES, UNREC .
LUT 13 ORB 196/681' PR ARR
S ET AL. -' '
MAPI 42
47 '.,
03346 00OO .
S4116 R-0669R00 : $86'61
HAMMUN GUENDOLYN 'L. .*,
S 23 T. 5 R 11 3 AC 'RECODORB',
8/159 : .
MAP, *42

8 03371 -00R
S 8 7 R--0674000 $183,16
SMITH WILLIAM COLEMAN .. .
S 26 T S R:' 11 5.06 ,AC.'PER ,
DEED REC'D:'ORB 52/158 FR
LILLA 00M "M ' -.
) MAP 43

03389-352R
2 488 R-0680200 $645.34
M'C OUGHH VANCE G., KRYSTAL M.
S 31 T 5 R 11 1.31"AC-
PORTION OF LOT 7' ORB 197/894
FR DURUEN .. ..
MAP* 13C

03390-001R -
9 489 R-0680600 HX $298.24
PARKER CHRISTOPHER R. 6.
S 31'iT 5 R 11 1.02 AC .i5 FT.
X 270 FT LOT. : 1. -
ORB 181/865 FR SYLVESTER
MAP 3C' : .

03391--0021R
490 R-0680900 144.40
BUKLEREWICZ JULIUS & JEAN M.'
S 31 T 5 R 11 1,5,1.AC COMM AT
NEC OF NE/4 OF-SE/4, RUNW,
400,FT, N 300.FT FOR POB, RUN .
N 188 FT, UW 350,FT, S 188 Ft,.
(FOR, FURTHER, LEGAL'SEE TAX ROLL)'


03391-006R
491 R-0681300 $15;
BARBEE ARCHIE H.
S 3,1 T. 5 R 11 1.02 AC 165 X '
279 FT LOT
ORB 199/557 FR TURNER
MAPt 13C


03391-026R 8.
492 R-0682700 $i7
SBROWNELL JANICE FAY
S 31 T 5 R 11 1.75 AC-,205 X
250 X 275 X 280 FT; ORB 120/6
FR PLAYER.EESTATE & ORB 199/8
FR BROWNELL &" PADGETT
MAP* 13C


'0. 58


03392--902R '
493 R-0683100 '407 84
UAGNER JAMES A. '" 40 ,8
S 31 T 5 R 11 1 AC 170 X 260
FT LOT REC'0 ORB 124/417 FR.
BROWN
MAP figC .


03392--021R
495 R-0684200 HX
BURROWS EARL L., JR.
S 31 T 5 R 11 1 AC M/L
244.2 FT ON PALMETTO OR
ORB 176/414 FR BURROWS
MAP* 13C


03392-030R
496 R-0684400 HX $95.51
BROUNELL EZRA C. & JANICE F.
S 31 T 5 R 111340 X 250 FT
LOT; BEING PARCEL *1 IN ORB
90/1090 FR PATRICK EST 3105
X 275 FT rLOr BEING PARCEL LL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE' TAX'ROLL)

03394-052R
497 R-0686000. $740.44
FELS JOSEPH ET .UX
5 31 TS5 R 11 4.6 AC REC'D
ORB 72/599 FR PAIRICK 350 X
570 FT
MAP *13C


49H R-0686300
CRAIl LEONARD F.
S 31 T .5 R 1,1 .53
X 250 FT LOT
'MAP* 1# C


$41 06

AC M/L ?2,5


0:139- 006R
499 R-0664(0 42.5,
CRAIU LENARIJ F
S 3 Tr. :5 R 11 :
82,5 X25'0 FT LOT ORB 138/721
CFRT. OF TIL FR CLER "
I MAIt 1 3C

03396-002R .
500 R-0696AOO HX '.*$177,68
MC LAWHON MICHAEL S. &'ADA S.',
6 31 1 5 R 11 1.01 AC
BEING ?70 X 260 FT L0 T .ORBB
128/1093 FR GREEN
MAP *13C :

03406 -515R
501 R-0690800. : $170.58
RAY ALAN '
S 32 T 5.R i R ,
LOt 4,: LAKE CHARLES SUB,
UNREC. ORB 217/154 FR TAUNTON
& CLECKLEY.
MAP* li) '.

03406-530R
502 R-0691100 '. ., 131.32
NEWELL JOHN A., & JUANITA LEE .
S, 32 T'5 R iI11 : ".
LOT 7, LAKE CHARLES SUB., "
UNREC. UNREE AA FR 1ALINIUN C
CLECKLEY .
MAP* J 30' .'

03410-010R
503 R-0693100 HX $49.07
SURBER UAYNE E O 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
(OR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX .ROLL)


03420-001R
504 R-0694500 $176.32.
COSOROVE THOMAS J.
S 32 T 5 R 11 1.29 AC DEED
REC'In ORB 57/391
MAP *130

03426-005R
505 R-0697400 HX .. $228.63
SANDERS BOBBY L .;&'dCOkCEl. 0.
$ 33 T 5, R '11- 1 AC ,.., \- ;.
A PARCEL OF LD 141.86 fT '. ,r
245.8FT.X 321.02 FT X 18433 -
FT REC'D ORB 134/690-91 FR
(FOR, FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

03426-210R
506 R-0698100 HA ,; $530.62
CYR MIKA & SUSAN L GAY
S 33 T 5 R 11 2 PARCELS
REC'O IN ORB 175/963 FR KENT
MAP* 27C

03426-255R
507 R-0698100 '*$11.71
ANDERSON TOMMY -
5 33 T 5 R 11
ORB 165/2 FR ANDERSON,-
HAP 27C '

03426-520R
508 R-0699200 $210.54
BRIDGES DOUGLAS 8 SR
SS33 T 5 Ri8 '.53 AC M/L.
(UNREC. PLAT) '105 X 220 FT
LOT ORB 133/919 FR CARR
MAPt 27C '


03426-5308
509 R-0699400 .$1,294.38
SYLVESTER STEVEN J. ,
,S 33 1 5 R 11 .51' C,
ORB 180'/827 FR CITIZENS
F E D E R A L "*
MAP# 27C '

03426-550R
510 R-0699700. $149.64
HICKS COLIN KELLY -
S 33 T 5 R 11 ;51 AC M/L
BEING 'LOT 6'.UNREC. PLAT BY
CARRJ 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.
S 33 T 5 8Rl:' 1 AC M/L
210.'X 210 FT PARCEL ORB',182/
5.88 FR WETAPPO INC.


03426-570R
512 R-0700100 .
.POLLOCK MITCHELL T. &.
S 33' T5 R 10' 1.02 AC
210 FT ON PLEASANT REST
CEMETERY RD ORB 214/247
WETTAPPO INC.
.MAP@ 27C


$390.50

M/L

FR


03440-000R
513 R-0701900 $83.31
HAMMON GUENDOLYN'
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBD
(UNRECORDED) LOTS 46 & 54 ORB
d88/591 QC FR UHITFIELD
MAP *27C
BLK 1


03451-018R
514 R-0704800 HX $445.81
AVRIGIAN BRYAN & DIANNA
WETAPPO CREEK ESTATES PB 3 PG
7 LOTS 6 & 7
OR' 186/380-AA FR ARNOLD
MAP #270
S: BLK B

03453-00iR
15 'R-0706600 $350.16
SIMMONS GEORGE .W. JR,
S 35 .T' 5R 1.1 2.25 AC M/L.S/2
OF'.S/2 OF SW-4 OF NE/4 OF
NW/4 ORB 207/936 FR CLENNEY
".MAP*. 43

03454-010R
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 U OF SR 386 ORB.147/419
FR RAY & ORS 197/15 CI FR -RAY
MAP* 43


L.81


$336.44


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03460-040R
517 R-0708400. $170.58
POLLARD BILLY F.
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD (AdN ,
UNRECORDED SUBD) LOT 8B 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 K
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKUOOD (AN
UNRECORDED SUBD) LOT 9 ORB
170/719 FR SMITH
MAP *.43,

03460-125R
519 R-0709300 HX $193.53
RAY WILLIS A. & PEGGIE U.,
SS 35 T 5 R 11 -
CREEKWOOD FIRST ADDITION
(UNREC) LOT: 5& 6
ORB 213/494 FER BARFIEL.Q
MAP@ 43

03460-135R;,
520 R-0709400 ,$190.0,3
RAY WILLIS ALVIN & PEGGIE W-
S 35 T 5 R 11 CREEKWOOD FIRST:
ADDITION (UNREC) LOT 7 ORB
150/568-69 FR .GRANGER
MAP* 43 .

03460-365R .
521 R-0712200 $9510
KENNEDY CAROL A.
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3, UNRECORDED
LOT 17 &'18 & PENINSULA
PORTION ORB 183/855 FR'. ., ,
SCHMIDT
MAP* 43 ; .

03460-3b75R *. .
522: R-0712300. *.,:,,$173,, 45
JONES JOE & CAROL A. KENNEDY
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 19. OIRB 134/097-98 FR,
MEXICO'BEACH CORP. INC. .;
MAP* 43 '

03460-380R ,.
523 R-0712400 $73.76
GRIMALDI RALPH J. & REGINA L.
CREEKWOOD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT 20 ORB 133/1048-49 fR.
MEX, BCH, CORP. INC ,,
MAP* 43

03463-0308R 1 I ..;*
524 "R-071"i4'0 0 ;HX: I7 -i.lnn
NIFHOnLS MARY, ELLEN .
S i5 T 5' R'I 11 2..63 AC M/L
BEING LOT 6, UNREC. SUBO.
ORB 181/634 FR ARNOLD
MAP* 43 "

0.348j -0028 i
525 R-0720200 HX $241.75
THOMAS FLOYD LYNN & SHERRY ANN
S 6 T 6 R 11 3 AC
ORB. 161/70"3 FR BASTAS
MAP* 14H

034 8-8-050 R
526 R-072?6400 IX $350.26
DVUIS RICHiAPD GLEtNN &. DEBRA L
S 6 T 6 R 11I 2.673 AC M/L
S.PARCEL'RFC'n ORB 172/584 1-
THOMPSON
MAPI 14 ,

03493-OOOR
5I7 R-0721000 I 23,.32
UILL[AMS LII.LIAM C .' JR'.
5 5 1 6 R 11 3.04 AC REG AT
NEC OF SW/4 OF NW/4 & RUN S
230 FT. FOR. POB, TH S 270. FT,,
TH W 490 FT, TH 14 270 FT, TH
(FOR FUIJP.I LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

0: ~ l'. -
03:lI0 -103 j~
.', R-0723100 $3,703,44
SElFERT FRANK J. & DONNA M,.
S 6 T 6 R 11 7.75 AC.Mf/L
PARCEL I 5.46 AF M/L & PARCEL
II ORB 199/291 FR OPIFFIN
MA I 14B, ,..

S 03501-180R '
529 R-07-4400 $543,29
I C FII E BETTY
S T 6 i I ..I.HiNi r FAi ;
(U RIJENrFCORIJED) LOT .16 -.' A
M,'l i`PEr.LIR)FD AA FR IAUNjrIN ;'
MAP 14R '.'.

1 0.0.351 1 -010, 19 4. 7
,0I R-0'7000? F-IX $194.67
I' l.l'3 UPLM., U
S 6 T 6 R 11.1 AC M/L' 105 X
413,15 FT LOT ORB 167/305 AA
FR WHITTLE .
MAP 14B -

03590-00o1 .
531 R1-('7:3196t10' I .n .
HARRELL ROBERT C. & MARfANN
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 13 & STRIP BEIUEEN I-IT '13'
& US 913 PEC'D ORR -6/?24
MAP i 16'61 ,
BLK' 6
03619-00OR
532? R-0742600, ,1.1 ,4 7, 24
R[DElIFlFKl AL FXAINIRA '
BEACON HIll SUBD PR I PO .
LOT-5 & IFRIIINT IA 10 IIS 913
ORB 194/967 FR BLOUNT 6 IIF Il
194/799 QC FR BLOUNI.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL, SEF IAY ROLL)

0.1646-00- R
,'3 R- 07469''0 1,A/ 99
UIATSI N PHILI.IP L. JR.
BEACON HILL ,SUBD PB 1 PG 2
..LOTS 7 & 9 ORB 114/9,32 R '""*
'* MOuNCFllTRD
S BLK 11 .': '' ..'';' '
MAP* 6C ; ,' :: ;' '

03671-0008R' '". ;; '' ','.
534 R-0749800 '68,'49
: FREEMAN GARY A GLORIA
BEACON iPILL SL 5013 P i i F ;.
LOT 16 ORB 1n'3,' 725 1 R' ,
ALSOBROO KS .....
MAP *16C ./
;, .. BLK 14 ,
03685-001R 8 '* "'
535 R-0751400 HX $57.79
VICKERS LINDA BURTON & DAVID P
BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION LOT '
19 ORB 149/876 FR KENT. ,
MAP *16C .. .;'
BLK. 16
03706'000R ', ,' "" v
536 R-0754100 ...12$..45
MORGAN ELTON THOMAS
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 11 ORB 71/1054
MAP *16B L.

03733-021'R ; ; .'
537 R-075600i' '$5996,45
HUDSON EARLEEN .
BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2 ;


LOTS 4, 6 & B ORB 208/644 FR
STEWART
'MAP* 16C
; .BLKi 25
03735-050R : :
538 R-0760200 $108,00
AII(INGON JR. WULIIAM'M, & LISA
BEACON HILL SUBD, PB t PG '
LOT 13
ORB 127/790 FR YORK
MAP* 16C

03744-000R
539 R-07611000 ; 6.29
OUIMET JULIE R,
BEACON HILL ESTATES UNl' ONE
PB 2 PG 46 LOT 4.
ORB 204/487 FR BENN
MAP* 16B
BLK 1


03752-005R
540 R-0763700 HX
HICKS COLIN K. & KAR'EN
BEACON HILL ESTATES UNI'
PB 2 PG 46 LOT 8
ORB 201/1437 FR JOHNSON
MAP *168


03773-OOOR
541 R-0767300
WILLIAMS WILLIAM CAREY I
S 31 T 6 R 11 '100 Xi:100-
TRIANGULAR PARCEL IN GO8
7 ORB 208/939 FR DEW
MAP* 16C

03782-OOOR
542 R-0768200
SPOSEY MARION H.
S 31 .T'i 61 R I. RECD' DB0K
20/383 : .
MAP 16C ;

03798-01SR9 O ': '"
543' R'-0777400'HX $
UPTON BRIAN & PATTI
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED LOT T ORB 415
491 FR DUREN &, ORB 206'/2
DUREN ':' ', '" '!; '.!
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

03798-086R
544 R-0777500
UPTON PATTI L.
GULF AIRE SUBDIVISION 4'
IJNRECORDEDl LOT 2 :'
ORB 205/206 FR'KEISTER 3X
TALLEY
(FOR FURTE'IER :IE'GAL SEE T

03798-106R
545 R8-0778400
WHALEY JIM & KATHY
LIJLFAIRF SULID. PHASE.AII'
I.OT 15 OPAB 129/146 FR
ET AL
MAP*, AIC '

03798-165R
546 R-0779600
RATHMAN MARLENE 1:ULF'EPPE
GUFL AIRE SUB.
LOT 2? IORB 203/260 FR U
MAPt* 16C ', .


03798-260R
547 R-0782700 HX $
OTWELL TERRY G6 & LORI R.
.GULF,.AIRE SUBO, PHASE 11
L (RB 197/593 FR CIT
I FEDERAL '
MAPI. 6C


0379R8- 320)
54R R- 07j-1900
DAVIS GEUFOE JR J (P.ARMF-
GULF AIRE SUBD PHASE 11
LOT 27 ORB 129/1005 FR Il
MAPI 16C '
BL K'

0.3J798--40 R "
549 R-0785400 HX '*
SALZER ROCKER F JR
GULF AIRE SUBOD. PHASE II
16 'ORB .141/286-87 FiR PEO
r IRf.TFItl. SAVINGS &. LOA

(.OR FURTHER LEGAL SEE T

.03798- 490R
5.0) R-C,7R7400' $
RANNISTER JOHN L. & PATT
01.11 F A I RE PHARF IT IJUNRE.
LUTS "5 & 6 ORB 186/726 I-
MC KAY
MAPF 16C

03798-67:J3R
551 R-0791700
BLOUNT LINDEN V A CAROL-
S 31 T 6 RJ1
75 FT US 98 FRONt; 187,4
AV DEPTH ORB 167/101 FR
AIRE PROP. INC. ,
MAPt 16C

03798-6R
:552 R-0792100 $
GAFFNEY JOHN & W,
5 l1 T 6 R 11
HEItNU UNIT 4 CORAl. REFF'
1IWIISHOLISE5 ORB 1 39/5,6
FR PRIE'ITLEY
MAPI 16C

03/98--725R
551 R-07921(,00 IIX
COPE PHILIP N LINDA M
GULF. AIRE PHASE IV, UJREF
LOT 5 ORB 177/235 FR DOUR
MAP* 16D0


03798-- -55
554 R-07931100
LEWIS LILYAN FOGG
OULF AIRE PHASE IV, UNRE
L.UI 6 URB 195/61. FR HOUn
MAPI 16D'

(0300.-00OR i ,
555 R-0795900 ,
UTLLETAMS WILLIAM CAREY IT
S :11 T A. R 11 6.26 AC. M/L
irnT l 0/6/577 FR I .,Ini(1N, I]
MAPI 16[;, -

03806-002R
5 .,' "R--0797100
?O KERI IIAlRLIE ,P FRAtNCE5S
S 32 T,6 R i i
316,26 FT ON AMFRII'US AVE
62,54 X 154,03 X 266.25 F
'15 ';.03 ORB 1-15/711 FR PAR
MAPS 'i6 0 ,

0'iH 5.'/ R-0797300 ; 4' .1
GRIFFIN RUBYE (,.
S 31. T 6 R 11 172,55 FT C
98 TRIANGULAR LOT 200.72
DEEP ORB 91/955 FR JACKSt
MAP #i6C .'' '

03806-495R :';' ,
558 R-08'067'0 .
LOCKE G'WEi E.'"' ,
SEASHORES A/K/A PORT ST.
BEACH UNIT 3 LOT 7
ORB 167/100 FR LEWIS '6t 0
180/483 FR LOCKE
MAP* 160 '': "

03806-690R '
559 R-0810500
MATINCHECK CHRIS
SEASHORES A/K/A PORT ST.
BEA'C'H UNIT NO. THREE
PB 3 PGS, 34 t& 35 '
LOT 2 ORB 191/967 FR
(FOR FURTHER 'LEGAL SEE TA
03G16-000R..
560 R-0812300 .,
MC .GRIFF ANDREW
S 4 T 7 R 11 14.96 AC M/
480.,5 X 1358.43 X 400.1 X


1354.15.01RB 174/752 FR WR
ESTATE
MAP# 31
03820-010R
561 R-0813400 $2
SULLIVAN- III'S.. MICHAEL,:
S 5T 7; R 11 35 FT GULF
FRONT 190 FT DEPTHBEING
OF ATLANTIC ST END ORB,
112/204 FR POOLE
MAP* 17A

03836-OOOR
562 R-0816300 HX
KEEL ROBERT LEE'
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON
LOT 14 ORB 73/671
MAP '17A


0386.9-ooOR


'$'.2 u 563 R-.0820200, $1,034 ,,54
K. RUDE GEORGE T. & FRANCES H, F ,
T ONE YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL ,
N .24 FT OF LOT 2 & ALL OF LOT
3 ORB 170/726 FR JONES & ORB
210/876 FR RUDE
BLI("3,. (FOR FURTHER LEGAI.r SEE TAX ROLL)
03894- 00R ., ,
I. $9 9'2 564 R-0822900 ;, $.,579 72
III' &r ; WALL CHARLES 0, .
VT LO'r YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL ,
T.'LOT" LOT,5 ORB'! 86/94 A OF A
MAP *17A
; ,i. BI. -. 8 ;.,,.

03899- 050R
$80.31 565 R-083.1700 ii X $31f :l
CORBIN' MARGARET MAR IF "' '11
YON 'S ADDT IONJ TO 'i ilt o IIIL. '. 'I
S50 FT LOTI'3 1.' 13 : '
S, ORB. 172/376 QC FR WILSON
MAP* 17A

$F1,,892,.67 03900-000R ,
566' p -oP rl. ,. l ', .. i '
*'" ATCHISOIN EARL ,T.,E;r Al.; .
5/489- .' YON'S A ) ll ION TO' RFip l tI H ILI.,I:,N
24 FR,''.:.-: SE 61 FT- OP.LOT' 19.-,(BLI( .6) & '
''':" ,, NW 85 FT OF LOT 8 (BLK~ .7)- (111.'
A"X rollL" 122/3'19--40 rP EST', OF JI,:,EAN.. ,
'"',t (FOR, FilR1TII R LEGAl.. SEE TAX RO)I...

$602.57 .03905-- .. 000 .
567 R-O0 24500',i. .. 'ri.i/?. -,
'** F[IRST UNI1N. t1 rTLl.lt/iL tHAtI ;t
S, Y N ', [IFL [I.T Ilr 11 I ll II l H:l rLJ,.' .i
4 '.'" LOT 16 IIRl .' 4/ 7 ,' I. i I I.
:-' MAPt 17A
'AXl ROLL.) ,, .K. BL..< ,9

''7 03906-001R ,
$273.81 568 .' SR-0824700 955.,7
SPIIhL iLtJ M.- .. I IJX ..
S YIN'SS AIIll l 11f) 1 (IT l f 1ir(1 1 III ,I
NEUMAN IT0 1,9 SP U'LV' I /2 O()F..L(OT :1;8 ,,
.' ORB 86/7.73 .
MAP" *:1.7A''

$256 36' B. "
1 'R ( 03924- 00 ',01?. '
K, 569 R-O0E 70OO i "' $*3,2G 013:1. "
JH F-, -,' V MON D o v1 U ",.'. :, ,
; ,, YON'S ADDIIII N- IIIl BEACON '; ILL ';
C ,: LOT i ORB 193,/761 FR r.Cr l-SSil
: & LOT 3 & PORT, I'lF Al FY
,' .' V 'VA AIIE lI FRY l' RF!,1l 1 1F 11 N 77-"21 .
.01o ,4 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL),
S03,9:4'1-000R .. .
LFL 570 R-O()n '.'(l') 't,.,1 ',1
r IlEN tIflDUH E DORII .HY ROI.0 MA0 I .ELIS
YOUN AII I IIM l ill., nI Afi lN 111LI.
", "LOT 1 ORR 177/626 FR HIAITHFIE IL'
MAP *17A
,i :. F?: 13
73/i n ,i
F, IA 13 0'3'46 005I ,' ,,f

IUREF GiRIFFItI RIjBYE 13 I
YON'S ADDITION .10 RtAl,f) f HILL..
LOT 19 ORB 93/1100 FP MTL'LFR-
S .. ET AL. & POR1 LOl r'F VAICf.TI.I .,
AILLEY RES 96-33
'i. 11 95 (FOR' FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

LII 0:951-00OR '
I) 572' R-0830500T! <'r '222, 94
PLE S SMITH WILLIAM COLEMAN ,
IN YION 'S ADOIION 'TO' BEACON HTI..LL .
AX' R LL) 1 L)IT '!8 &. 25 P R14I 1llN VACATEOI ,. I
LL) N ALI.EY RRER 96-3 ,
MAP, *17A
I ,771 .32 BLK 14
[ BF. 03976--350R
iRir 573 R-08"1A40-', $4., 41inn. 04
BESS GREGORY,& BRENDA M.
S 5 T 7S R 11UW .389 AC M/L
60.12 FT GULF FRONT) BEitir,
,4 1-.,., LOT 7 ORB 187/580 FR GO' ..
S \ M'Atp. ftA.1

0.3Y92' 12 i 0 () R
T "574 R-08139206 "" $.1 ,66:l 1,.
GULF HALLBERG, JOHN E. ', & ED'RA K .
GULF S 5 T 6 R 11,16 FT Il.lLr
I, fRflNTI RBf tNG LIN IT (t '
SRB 199//711 [F R iRN II I :
MIAP* 1"7A
1 ,003.13
.G03987-001R
575 R-0840000 -IX $1,013 26
HILL R EDWARD A 8i'8(4', FI
SI S 5 T / 'i' I'APCFL FI 1F '.
FORMERLY LOTS 2 3 6 PIit1frriJ ,
1' '" OF GEORGIA CY'PIES STS BLOCK '
"' '* A 1 PI]RT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT N', 'i
r -OR FLIrilEFP LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

C 033987--0 0IO .
FF k ,:';' 57 R-084( t ') 1>' /';,p ',1
:: GREEN PAUL VIRCNIA N I
K T;.- 55 1 1 7 ? 1 1 .61 AC M/ '
125 FT I-OT OIN OA r: 1 01 '
F 1. UV DEPIlH & flR- 183 i.0 "
: '279.05 <( ..'.2 A FR COSTIN
rHAPt 17A .

Rn ',, 0400 -OOOR '
1 K J 577 R-0044360( I i ,ll 5 ,'
HELLER FHOMAS R. P& TPENE I
PORT ST. JOE .BEACH UIJNIT NI .1
2. i29,.65 'LOT 2 ORB 19'/995 AA FR '
EII" DESKiNS EST. "'
L IMAP *17A
1 1 '; P I F F- ,'<:,i4 i '.. ), ; I

04006-P01R '' 1 '. '
',78 R-O843800 HX t7? I ,'1
$*:'',.04 CROCKER MICHAEL 0 X& itTVF i-iY A
M PORT ST, JOE BEACH I 11111 NIJ, 'I
L OT 15 ORB 163/74 AA I R
X REVELI. '
x MAP *17A

d0 40.J4 -05 0 R 54'1
579 R--0o .r-.2(,, ':' '13 ? 1 .
,.I'1/,1.93 HUi BSIFN ROBERI M. REBA B.
S'.,> ,F.i PIIf C ST JIIF BEA 'FII UNITr" 1( I L" ''
IN 1s I 4 ORB i'0/';I 'FR DXI L Y' '
FT MAPI 17A '
IN' BLI< 7 5

i ; r' 04050 (0-- 0 10N ' ."'
.!'I ': 580 .R-On4990(, -I? 47 'i
$266' 58 WOOD riRL '' '" 'l
S '" PPU IJI. ST ,. .J1E BE CIl 1li 1I NO. 1'
JOEl.', I 2. s' .... ... I., : ",". 1
'MA'? ; i'7A ,,7,, ,,',,; "
'RB 'BI, i

i 'l t. -*,0408A4-OOOR 0
S'i 581 R 01on .4/6(,' 'X $24, 03
;:'" ; l TOOLE' SII- [LA I v'' ':"'' "
4266,58 PORT 1ST JUF. 01a'II "1 ON'Ti NO., I.'
LOT 6 0RU 10 A?, .l' FR 'WRIGHT
JOE. MAP #17A -
.... BLKI' *'1"t' I

S04099-011R ':2
'X ROLL) 582 R-0856800 HX F $22 06
-'' IHALL l [.1 .. I A I ,''
$7.-/8 POT. St. .JiE BEACH u.|NIT Ni, .

,L '" & ORB'1.49/193 FR COSTIN & ORE |
,.. st'. .166/854 FR GIBSON
I:GHT (FOR FURTHER LEGAL.. SEE TAX RoL L)


104101-005R .. '
583 R-0857500 *$231,67
2,505 21T HOWARD' 'JOSEPH H, & RALPH..U. ',I
SPORT ST. JOE5;BEAC.- UNIT NO. 2
S(F'ORMER) .LOT 1. "' *
.2 ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT & M
N/2 COSTIN'
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL) l


04101-035R "
584 8R-0857700 $231..,67 (
$11'a.06 HOWARD; JOSEPH H. .& RALPIH W, i
;':' PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2; H
HILL' (FORMER') LOT 7 P
ORB, 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &6 L
COSTIN -
BLK 2 (FOR 'FURTHER LEGAL.. SEE TAX ROLI..)


i ,


ORI1 141/162 FR COSTIN
MAP* 17A
BLK 40

34204-005R
60(5 R-0874500 'IX $546.53
MC CARY THERESA T,
PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT NO,. 2
LOT 6 ORB 113/685 FR STOVER
MAP*17A
BLK 42

04212-007R
606 R-0877000 $177.82
HARRIMAN MARK 0,
'ORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
.OT 8 ORB 216/804 FR BROCK
MAP *17A
BLK 45


I


04101--045R
585 R-0857800 $231.,6:
HOWARD JOSEPH H, & RALPHH W,
PORT ST. JOE: BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 9
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COSTIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL;

04102-005 R
586 R-0857900 $231.,6
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH W,.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER)" LOT I .
ORB 207/64 FR. TBJ INVESTMENT &
COST :1: N
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04102-010R
587 R"-0(58000 $231 6;
HOWARD JOSEPH H.' RALPHPH W,
PORT ST,. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
(FORMER) LOT 2
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVrSIMENI &
COSTIN
'(FOR FURTHER LEGAL Or I TAX ROLl.')

04.:102-051 "
588 R-0858100 $231.67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH W,
PORT ST.'. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(F."ORME ) LOT 3
ORB 207/64' FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COSTIN '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE. TAX ROLL)

04102'-020R
89 R-0858200 '$231, 67
1IOWARD JOGSEPH 1-1, & RALIPH W
PORT ST. JOE"BEACH UNIT NO, 2
(FORMER) LOT 4 ....
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
C'I STIN- '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04102-:0251R
590 R-0850300 $231 .67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH -'
PORT STi' JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
(FORMER) LOT 5
11'11 '207/64 FR TBJ I Vt F ;I l t II N I &
Clw ; I t 1
EL ELOJRERTHER ,i F rAIA F, E lTAY RLLL)

04102-030R
591 R 08n8B400 $231.67
LII.IWARI) JUSF:PH H, & RALPH U.
PORT I'Ti 'JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 6
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COS'-IN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04102--0.15R
5E92 R-5OBSF00 i231T,67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH TW.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2-
(FORMER) LOT .7
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVEFS.lMEtr &
CO I IN ,
tFiIR FLIRFHIR LEGAL SEE 'TAX ROLL)

04102-040R
593 R-0858600 $,231.,67
HOCWARD JOSEPH H. & RAI PHW.
PORT ST. JOE RFACH IN0Tl NO. 2
(FORMER) LOT 8
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COSTING '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04102-045R.
594 R-0858700 1231 .67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH U.-.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
('FORMER) LOT 9 "
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ INVESTMENT &
COSTIN
(FOR IURIHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROIL)

.04102-050R.
595 R-0850800 $231.67
HOWARD JOSEPH H. & RALPH W..
PORT" ST, II BEACH UNIT NO. 2
(FORM'E:'1) rIll '11Y' '
ORB 207/64 FR TBJ 1NVESIl ENT &
COSTING ,
(FOR FLIP1 Hrp LEGAL '" FF. TAX> POI L )

041111 6O66'1
596 R- ( ,',', (, ,HX 1it'07; 1
HOWARD JOSEPH II & JUDITH A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 7 & 9 ORB, .142/552 FR
SMITHII' .
MAP-1' 17A 0 '
BLK' 24

04126-010R
597, R-0861600 HX $119.16
u014t i i'T C J JPIA. tIIA B
P'R I ST'T. JIIP 01-A .11 ti tJi T NiIl 2
LOT. 13 ORB 141/399 FR 1Uni fliF !;
MAP *:I.7A ,
BLK 25

04140- .
.YFI R-Orh'.' ., fI) 1 '1.1: .48
MULLIS .DONALD &. ELOISE S.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT .NO. 2
LOTS 1 .& 3 ORB 102/80 FR
)'(lliIl 1 L F.SS SWI 60 FT. OF LOT'
l IlFin i IIF.. 146 FR WITLIAMS
11 H 1 I 11-IF 1 1..EGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04145-002R ,
599 R-0864300 $345.79
BRANSON STEVE E. "
PORT ST. JOE.'BEA'CH' UNIT' .2 .
49.99 X F1-o0 F"F 'rIIRT l1N 'OF
LOTi 14 & 15 (rFIItll; Lill 2 OF
AN UNRIEC S131: ) '
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04:145-005(R
600 r),,F,',4jl 'HX $22,.07
GOLSON JAMES 4 P. III LOROL
PORT ST. JOE IFEACH UN IT 2
NE/2 OF LOT 16 (BEING LOT 5
OF AN UNREC, SUBD)) ORB .
116/523-525' AA' PR' KENT & ORB
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04160-000R
601. R-0866900 $493.48
RICFHTER BILL..Y R.' & MART'HA C.,'
PORT ST. JOE' BEACH UNIT'NO. 2
LOT 9 OR8! :136/843 FR' ALABAMA
ELECTRIC: CO. INC,. "
MAPI 17A
1BLK 32

04179--000R
602 R-0870200 $623,79
HACKENBRACHT BEATRICE
PORT ST, JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
LOTS :12, .15 & 1,6
MAP *170A
.BLI( 35
04186-.003R
603 R-0871.300 H-IX $203,99
HOLLAND EVELYN
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 4 ORB 182/508 FR GREEN
MAP *17A
BLK 37

041:98--000
604 R-0872700 $179,32
ESTES ROBERT S & GLORIA
POR ST JOE .BEACH UNIT NO, 2
(FORMERLY) LOT 4


04216-001R
7 607 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
7 BUTLER DWIGHT L. & DEBRA B,
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
LOT 15 ORB 113/83 FR COSTIN
MAP# 17A
BLK 46

04222-006R
609 R-0880400 HX $334.89
STRICKLAND STACY 8 & LAURA L
SPORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 2
LOT 13 OR 168/361 AGREEMENT
F"R COSTIN TBJ & ORB .1.88/574
ADl FR COSTIN & T'BJ
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL. SEE TAX ROLL)

04243-050R
610 R-0883900 $3,390 ,,77
GREEN ROBERT & WILLIAM
S 16 T 7 R 11
56.19 FT GULF FRONT) BEING
PARCEL 'B' ORB 191/969 FR
NEWMIAN
MAP# 32B

04249-050R
611 R-0885100 $4 ,-363.10
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

04255-020R
612 R-0885600 $575,43,
KIRBY ;.FLPiHFN E P. DEBORAH M
ST. JOSEPH rlil)R1"S SUBD PB 1'
P0i 36 S 10 FT,OF LOT 3) N 40
FT OF LOT 4 BEING 50 X 110 FT
LOT ORB 141/706 FR HARRISON:
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

04273-145R
613 R-0890200 $166.02
LYLE MICHAEL A. & LINDA-
BAY BREEZE SUB PB 3 PG 45
LOT 9 ORB 211/311 FR RISH.
MAP* 49B

04340-000R
614 R-0897600 $161.87
UWLCH LINDA KAY
HIGHLAND VIEU PB 1 PG 22
LOTS 12 &' 13 ORB 144/328 FR :
IlAI FNN ,
MAPI 498 ,
BLK B.
04341-OOOR
615 R-0897700 HX $450.73
WELCH LINDA KAY' !
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 Pf. .' L)OT
15 & W/2 OF LOT 14 ORB 144/328
FR HAYDEN
MAP *49B
S BL.K B

04361000R .
616 R-0898500 $100. ;i,
WOOD TAMELA L.
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 PG 22 E 56
FT OF LOT 14 & 11i LESS S '90
FT QF'.11) BEING THE OLDi STORE
HLFlO ORB 83/1122 & ILESS 601
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX PIll IL

04371-OOOR
617 R-0899400 $835.99
WUDOO) CARL LIAVID
RAYVIFUW Hr GIlTf;
E tOO FT X 140 FT OF LOT4 4
ORB 199/797'FR HENRY & ORB
204/56 QC FR WOOD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04405--9.,0R .; :
1 /Il R-0902:.0., 't .'1 .
rlInMO ALIIIIST & fiLORIA
BAYVIEU HEIGHTS PB 1 PG 26.
LOT 11
ORB 198/142 FR CTTTZFHNS
FEDERAL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04539-030R
619 R-0915200 -$4,363.46
WILLIAMS JAY FRANKLIN JR
S 27 T / R 11 ,594 AC M/L 225
FT ,US 98 FRONT; 115 FT DEPTH
ORB 154/611 FR VIZCARRA
MAP* 33A

04539-100R
620 R-0915700 14,211.01
HEAN GORGE J SR & SIIARON S,
S 27 17 R 11 .9 1 AC M/L 300
FT TRIANG. PARCEL ON ViTLRIA
AVE 282 FT DEPTH ORB 159/749
FR FREEMAN
MAP* 49B

04598-000R
621 R-0925/600 $306.07
BUIE JAMES
ST, JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 1' '
MAP '*50A
BLK A
04623-000R
622 R-0928200 HA $233.16
EVANS ANGELA &
',r, JOE IIEGIITF, SUBD PB 1 PG
:35 E/2 OF LOT 24 & E/2 OF LOT
26
MAP t50A
BLK A
04635-050R
623 R-0929400 HX $259,86
WHITAKER LINDA 8,
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD. PB 1 PG
35 LOT 7 ORB 119/329 FR
LOWERY
MAP* 50A
BLK B
04638-OOOR
624 R-0929600 $180,43
BEACHUM CLEVELAND JR.
ST, JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 S/2 OF LOT 10 ORB 128/879
MAP *50A ,
BI.K R
04640-000R
625 R-0929900 $767.85
MC KELVY POLLY, HEIRS OF
ST, JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 20
SMAP 50A
BLK B

04644--000 R
626 R-0930300 H"IX $103.52
SMITH VIOLA
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB 1 PG
35 LOT 26 ORB 89/788 FR
HURLBUT
MAP 50A
BLK B

04648--000R
627 R-0930600 $3,060.41
ANDREWS DAVID A, &
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 11


04886-OOO0
636 R-0964000
SEA OATS TRUST.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
I./:' 1)F .'. OFr LOT 25
109/.6-. Fl,' CHILDS
MAP* 50A


04890-000R
6,'i R8-0964400
TANKERSLEY JAMES
-CITY OF PORT ST., JOE
E/2 OF LOT 5
MAP *50A


$419.! 50

LOT 27 &
ORB. ; ..


,BL 36K


$721. 03

LOT 7 & ,


BLK 37


04898-001R
638 R-0965300- HX .16Ai1i3
THURSBAY WILLIAM P. & TERESA A
CITY OF. PORT ST. JOE LOT 22 ,,
E/2 OF LOT 20
ORB IHI/.988 FR HOGAN
MAP LIOA
BLK 37'

04898-004R
639 R-096',5600, IX $114.09
wIRTHINGTON MARY :"-
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 17 &6,'
W/2 OF LOT 19 ORB 837/1874
MAP *50A
BLK. 37

041199-00UR :
1640 R-09o,8700 IIX ?2tR,61
LITTLE PAMELA ZOSKI
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 23
ORB 185/33 FR BOYER
MAP*' 50A'" .. '- '
BLK lT.n "'* '4 '1

04913-OOOR '. -
641 R-0967100 HX $424.47
HARRISON DIANNA WU I
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 1 &.
N"LY 15 FT OF LOT 2 ORB
172/999 FR BURGE
MAP* 50A
BLK 39

04923-000R
64? RP-0968-.O0 IX "' 707.49
QUINTANA MICHELLE RENEE
CITY OF POR1 ST. JOE LOT8 ,
ORB 204/357 FR LEWUTER
MAP *50A .
BL'K 40


04947-7000R
643 R-0970900. HX $ .438.05
BODDYE RICHARD
CITY OF PORpT ST. .1). S 100 FT
OF E 46 FT OF LOT 27 & S .100
FT OF LOT 29 ORB 170/272 FR '
PARKER & ORB 1.95/932 QC FR r
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX' ROLL)

04974-'000 R,'
644 R-0973600 HX $265,30
MARLOWUE MELISSA '
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 25 &
E/2 OF LOT 23'
ORB' 214/903 FR :JAMERSON
MAPi 50A "LK 42.
B K 42.,=

04994--000R
645 R-0975700 HX $524.-59
BORDEN WALLACE DALE & KAREN A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 15
ORB 193/1014 FR FALISKI(
MAP :50A
BILK 43

04998-0001R
646 R-0976100 HX $61. .97
GILBERT WILLARD PAiJL ET AL
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE LOT 19
ORB 199/98.5 FR MC DERMOTT
MAP *50A
BLK 43

05004-023R
647 R-0976900 HX $833 9
WILLIAMS FRANKIE & KIM
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)


05024-000R
648 R-0979900
MARLOWE MELISSA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
E/2 OF LOT 7 ORB 209
QUARLES
MAP *50A



05027-00OR
649 R-0980200
SMITH JOHN A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ORI 164/929 FR SMITH
MAP *50A


$1,110.92

E LOT 9 &
9/582 FR "


BLK 46



$520. 07

LOT 19 "


BLK 46

05030-000R
650 R-0900500 $57,Q6
MARLOWE MELISSA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 24 &
12.5 FT OFF" A0J LOT 26
01B 214/455 R 'TANKERS LEY
MAP *50A
BLK '46

05033-000R ?
651 R-0980800( $5,43,.03
EARLY B. PHIILI.1P
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
L..OT 25, ORB 115/275--6
FR DAFFIN, LESS W 6 FT ORD
1.31/906 TO GRIFFIN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROL.,L)


__ I I


1. ,


04705-0001R
630 R-0936200 $82.00
SHEFFIELD JACKIE EAR.. &
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ALL OF I
FRACTIONAL BIOCK
ORB 191/220 QC FR SHEFFIELD &
ORB 191/248 FR SHEFFIELD
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)

04?46-.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
CAMPIEI..LL SULIMNER
MAP* 50A ''
i ;' BLK 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
MAP* 50A
BLK 24.,-'."

...,i11 0 : ,. ',1,,1;;
/ 'l. ?-09('49 ,$800,0,8
BUTLER DWIGHT L, & DEBBIE B.
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE LOT 2,4
ORB 133/389 & ORB 133/390 FR ..,
SMITH (BEING ACTIVE STYLES
BEAUTY SHOP)
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX Rl: I

04824-000R
634 R-0951800 HX '*F i.; F ,.
HIlAIIIJRIl J C & CAROL
vi l Y CfI PORT ST. JOE LOTS 24
& 26 ORB 149/883-884 FR. .
LEHARDY & (ORB 158/483 FR
HARMS & ORB 177/2*1 CD 'FR .,.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TA. ROLL)

'14H/,-' D00 R "
635.' R. (,'"A.'900 HX $103; ,94)
BLACK RICHARD U & BARinARA J
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE NI' OF,
LOT 16 ORB 170/468 0e R BR iUSONl
MAP 050A
.. .. 1.BI.K 3. ,.


& 13 ORB 214/576 FR HFNDERSON
MAP *50A
BLK 3

04649-000R
628 R-0930700 $861,95
BOYER GEORGE E,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 22:
& 24 (RB 135/982--83 FR EST.
OF GLADYS L. BOYER & ORB 163/
756 QC FR BARTEE & ORB 164/30
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

04669-000R
629 R-0932700 $590,00
TULL DARRELL & RHONDA
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE LOT 16
ORB 218/771 FR COSTIN
MAP 450A
BLKI 8











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


05042-OOOR
652 R-0981800 HX $76,16
COMBS RICHARD M & CHERYL ANN
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 11
ORB 151/198 FR COMBS & ORIJ
178/369 FR COMBS
MAP *50A
BLK 47
05043 -00OR
653 R-0981900 HX $218.07
LADDER HARRY IV & BARBARA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 12 &
U/2 OF LOT 14 ORB 100/386 FlR
LUNDY
MAPS 50A
BLK 47


05048-OOOR
654 R-0982400 HX $03.01
SMITH CHARLES U. & POLLY II.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 19
ORB 176/1'49
MAP *50A
BLK 47

05049-000R
655 R-0982500 *666.03
LAWDER HARRY IV & BARBARA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 21
ORB 188/903 FR CHRISTIE
MAP 4 50A
BLK< 47 '

05056-050R
656 R-0984200 $747,39
KILBOURN MARK & MELISSA K.
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE:
LOT 2 ORB 214/86 FR FORD
ESTATE
MAP* 50A
BLK 48

05091-OOOR
657 R-0988400 $2,044,26
SENIOR CARE PROPERTIES
CITY OF PORT ST., JOE'
ALL BLK 57 BEING A 320 X 420
FT PARCEL ORB 184/362 FR KAREN
MAP* 50A

0506-000R
658 R-0989900 $698.19
BROOKS JAMES R JR & MARY' R
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS 15,
* 17 & U/2 OF 1.9
ORB 156/554 AA FR BOREL..ON &
ORB 16'0/862 FR BORDIELON
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05150-00R '
659 1 R-0994200 HX 6S; .94
MAYS THOMAS & .
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOTS &
7 ORB 177/155 FR STAFFORD
MAP *500
*- BLLK 6:1 .

05170-000R
660 R-0996200 HX $465.87
BARTKOWIAK DANIEL & L.INDA.,. ,LOI .
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 9
ORB 205/190 FR HOWARD)
MAP *50D
BLK 63

051135- 000R
661 R-0997700 HX *402 >66
THURSBAY DONNA R, & EARNEST
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 9
ORB 183/609 FR RAFFIELD
MAP 500 .
BBLK .65,

05218-000R
662 "R-1001200 HX $.B61'.41
ADAMS LAURA H.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE LOT 25,
LESS N 20 FT & LOT 24
ORB 207/764 FR NIX
MAP *50D
BLK 68

05219-080R
663 R-1002000 HX $270.55
ROBINSON RICHARD L & hARSI 11 E.
CITY OF POIRT; ST. JOE LOr 5 .
ORB 173/15,8 FR DAVIDSON
MAP *500 ,..., ..,
BLK 69

O'-136--o5nP
664 R-100 -11- $1 ,104. i
1 EARLY B. PHILLIP & DErBORAH M
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 4, 5, 6, 7 .
.ORB 194/669 AD FR -ril.'51iJ LESS
S 10 FT LOT 7 ORB .10'.''19 TO
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05250-000R
665. R- 10.I..0, 1 A:' 06
MARLULJF MELt r!S;,.
ST. JOSEPH ATJOITTIO UNIT NO.
1 LOT 13 ORR 215;/917 FR NIX
& JOHNSON
MAP* 50
S BLK'76

05269-OOOR
666 R-1007790 HX $71.76
,SIPRRELL SIANI CY L TR.TNA R
;ST., JOSEPH AITJiITIONt UNIT NO.,
1 LOT 18 ORB 150/420 FR
BLRNETTE
,MAPI son0
BLK 77


05286-000R
667 R-1009400 HX $400.07
CUMBIE JAMES WU. JR. & SALLY AN,
ST, JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOTS 1 & 2 ORB 136/452 FR
HAMBY
MAP* 50A
.BLK 78 ..

05292-OOOR
668 R-1010000 $668.96
SIMMONS JAMFr ANDREW
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
1 LOTS 12, 13 & S/2 OF LOT 11
c ORB 209.'0659 FR SIMMONS & ORB
218/219 QC FR SIMMONS
(FOR (II Irir P ILFFOl1. SEE TAX Rill I


05293-000R
669 R-1010100 HX $63,86
S-OOD NELSON GREGORY
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
1 LOT 14 ORB 176/89 FR WOOD
& ORB 218/917 QC FR WOOhD
MAP 500
BLK 78


05313-OOOR
670 R-1012100 H-IX $239.30
RlCHARtHIISON WALTER ALAN &
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION LINL.T NO,
1 LOTS 10 & 11
ORB 189/320 FR RICHARDSON
MAP *50D
BL.K 79

05364-000R
671 R-1017200 OX .*666,83
TARANTINO BENNY JOE & MONICA A
ST, JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT N)O,
1 LOT 10 ORB 184/523 FR JONES
MAP *50A
BLK 04


05376-000R
672 R-1018400 HX $434.26
.POWELL JAMES P. & TAMMY T.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOT 1. ORB 118/1045 FR GAY
MAP *500
BILK '85

05385-000R
673 R-1019300 $1 ,639, 32
MURNAN JOHN P. & WENDY R,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
1 LOT 10 & U/2 OF LOT 1.1.
ORB 205/923 FR JONES & ORB,
212/451 FR MURNAN
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL.)


05391-000R
674 R-11019900 HX $780,1.3
HOSE KIMBERLEY H.
St. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT N]O,
1 LOT 19 & N/2 OF LOT 10
ORB 184/543 FR SWATTS JR.
MAP 1500
BLK IB5

05392-000R
675 R-1020000 HX $1.52.24
NELSOONEULON WAYNE ET UX
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
1 LOTS 20 & 21
MAP *500
BLK 85


05453-000
676 R-1027800 $182
DYKES 0. C.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
2 LOT 23 OR'B 98/535 AGREEMENT
FR MORRIS
MAPt 500


,40


BLK 89

05461-012R
677 R-1028700 HX $993.50
MELI-WISCHMAN PATRICIA.
ST, JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 7
ORB 204/530 FR GOEBERT
MAP* 500 & 68C
OLK 90.

05462-000RR
678 R-1030000 HX $420 ,.07
BRAGOON GLORIA J.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 20 ORB1 196/921 FR BRAODON
BLK 90
MAP* 500 & 68C,

05463-0001R
679 R-1030100 HX $87.1.57
STUMP DAVID E. & PENNY R,
ST. JOSEPH ARiO FliT UNIT NO,.
2 LOT 21. P ORI t1n.''/.5 FR
DOSTER
MAP *500 ,& 68C '
1...I(K 90

05519-000R
680 R--1036100 $1,029.65
SHEPHERD RICKY JOE.
ST, JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,
2 LOTS 8 & 9 ,
ORB 213/706 FR. MORROW
IMAP* 50D LK
BLK 94


055,5r -.0ocR
68:1:. R- 1.043230 I-IX
RAY JOHN E, & MARGARET
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNI
7 LOT 1 OR.I 113/49 FR F
MAP 45$01


05591-0051R
682 R-1044200 HX
W:OO)D O i' iiT V & '.TAMEL..
ST', i ,r II 'i II' i'.TION, UN
9 LC)T 1..2 ( RI) 1.33/355 F1
MAP *50[) "


A


$* /1.,64


05694--0001R
696 R-1.072100 $6
DUKES LENA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.,
LOT 22 ORB 183/708 FR BEWEY
HI EI RS
MAP #50B


05913-000R
4. 718 R-r1096900 HX $195.95
DAW4SON DARION A, & GWENDOLYN
MlLLVIEU AQDN UNIT 1 PB 1 PG
"I Lor 16 ORB 115/105 FR

MAP '491n


BLK 1012


BLI( 1001


05701-O000R
697 R-1073000 HA $*
PITTMAN AMOS SR,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOTS 30 & 32 ORB 98/907 FR
PETERS
MAP *50B


05923-000R
719 R-1097900 HX *783.43
,06,73 :iICKSON DONALD. M',"& JACQUELINE
MILLVIEU AODN UNIT NO 2 PB 1
P8S 46'& 47 LOTS 16 & 18i ORB
96/534 FR PETERS
MAP 490


BLK 1001.


05706-000R
698 R-1073600 HX
PETERSON CARL...A J
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,.
LOT 6 ORB 169/545 FR DANIE
MAP* 50A
BLK 10

05715-O000R
699 R-1074600
DAWSON JESSE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOT 17
MAPl 50A A
S BLK

05716-000R OOR
700 R-1074700
DAVIS ROSA :L.,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOT 18 ORB 120/523 FR LANG'
/JACKSON (L...IFE ESTATE RES
MAP# 50A
SBLK 100::

05722-000R
70.1. R-1075600 ,*?
ROUSE KEVIN R.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 29 & 31
ORB 211/427 FR' WSB"
MAP *50A
BLK 1

OJT7/6--OOR ,D R
702 1R-1081400 $5
UNDERWOOD30 ILLIE R,.
CITY OF PORT' ST, TU R (IT1T,
LOTS 14, 16, 18, U/2 LOT 2C
ORB 81./711 & LESS E/2
LOT 20 ORB 143/531 TO MILL
(FOR FURTHER r.l,,l SEE TAX


E, 05776-050R' .
IT NO. 703 R-10O1.500 HX $3
OX MILLER',LINOA
CITY OF PORT ST. -JOE LOT
OLK 109 & "E/2 LT- 20 ORB 143/531
UNDERWOOD & ORB 146/918 FR
UNDERWOOD0 .
$429.74 (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX
I..' ,
T NO,


R DAVIS,

BLK (109


05598-002R .
683 R-1.045500 HX $349,77
WHITE SUSAN E.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
7 LOT .3 ,0,RB 96/366 ; 1 '
JOE I.. AND & 'Io ', :C) TI I'., 11
BLK 1,11
BL'K 111.

05600-000R
684 R-I 1'.' **' -IX $1,532.23
BUTTS CHRISTOPHER J & '
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO.
7 LOT 8, LESS 50 X 65 FT LOT
TO GARRETT
MAP D *01 '
BLK 1ll

05607-0081R 1
685 R-:1047500 HX $852.00
. BUZZETT CHA FI F R T CY.1i6Y !"'I "
'S :' JOSEPH rilliI 1 i t 'i I tiin T. T
9 LOT 12 OR91 I 1 :,'. 1 FR HARPER
MAP .150D
~B.00 112.
I BLK.'112 ,

6[/., i-- 050800 1-IX *1, 490 ,06
IlW I Y nlI'NEY P. & DEBORAH M,. .
T In 'F. PII ofi ,I i ( Il u m NO .
'9 1 UT I ,, JEST 1/2 OF LOT(: 4
OFFICIAL. iplSr'Il TR lBUllK 96 .PAGE(
183 FROM .T IToNl LAND ,&
(FOR Ftn. IHl14 LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

05637-OOOR 1
687 R-1051300 $31,160.08
GULF PINES HOSPITAL, INC.
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO,:
9 LOT .1: 2,.173 AC M/L 'BEING
GULF PINES'HOSPITAL. ORB;
128/398-99 FR" PROVIDBENT
(FrOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL),


05648-000R
688 R--1052900 -IX .$1,680'95
NEWTON JAMES J. & SUSAN M.
ST, JOSEPH APDITIONT IN i l .NO.
9 LOT 20 ORB 1.89/573 FR,SMITHI
MAP *50E
,.1, .BL.I I I

05650-000R .
689 R-I -.-I.' HX X ,' i 17
GAINNIE RUIJY iL
ST, JOSEPII ADDITION UNIT NO.
9. LOT 2 ORB 145/292-93 FR
BIETENHOLZ & ORB 206/1tQC,FR

(ti R F IilII 1:R LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


0S672-000R ..
690 r .Ri .. .
BOWEN KARL H &I SHERRIIE J
ST'. JOS'EPH 'ADDITION UNIT
9 L..OT 4 ORB 1.77/1.32 FR.
B MAP 150 1:
MAP #501)


NO,33 ,02

NO1,


05674-0001
691. R-1056000 HIX 1D $(6
RI 0(TI:OE.3' MARY RIUTTIH
ST, JSE PI+ AD1 ITI0N UNIT" NO.
9 LF.T 6 OR1B 211/441 FR
WAL... DNG
'MAP 15001


'*- ; 'B ..1 K :1,.22

05681--465IR
692 R-1069000 HX '0984'.16
POPE TIMOTHY 0 & SANDRA J
ST. JOSEPH AlD IITI1O:N UNIT NO,
12 LOT .19 ORB 177/3741 FR SJFItP
CO.
MAP* S 500
13. IK 130

05690-000OR
693 R-1071600 *$:1 .24
GANT ERNEST ET AL
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOT S 17 & LESS ORB 202/2S2 QC
TO GANT,
MAP o50B
BLK 1001


05690-0'50R
694 R-1071700 $
GANT EARNEST & G...ORIA L.,
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE ORI0G.
LOT 1.9 ORB 202/202 (QC FR
GANT ET AL.
MAP* 50B


BL.(k 100:L 1

05692-000 R$273
695' R-1071900 *273 :1.9
CHILDLS RUTHI
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 20 ORB 96/476-478 QC FR.
DAWSONS & CORBETT ORB 96/093
F'R MC)DONAL1 ET AL
(FOR FULRTHIER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLIL)


057!T1 O'O
704 R.--10S3400
SrEPP CHARLES
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT '5
MAP #50A
S LK 1

0579 1-000R
705 R-:1083600 $
M. MRNING BEN,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOT 8
,MAP *50A
BLK 1

05795-000R : .
706 R-1084000 $1
GADSON QUINN CORA LEE EST...
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
NV2 OF LOT 12.
MAP *50A
BLK 1

( )0(0 "O !. ,
707 R1-10.145.0(0 .HX $4
JONES COLORADO HILL. ET VIR
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE ORIG;
LOT 16.
MA'P *50A
-. : |Ii.K 1


05804-000
708 R-1084900
JONES I FSA A., .& RAY 0
CITY I.i f PIRI ST. JOE
LOT 20 ORB 124/552 FF
EST,.
MAP* 50A


05805-000R 11 .
709 R-1085000
FENNELL ALTON &., MILLII
CI IY OF. PORT ST. 'JOE I
lii 21 .& 23 ORB 174/n
DRIESBACH'
MAP* 50A
L BLK

0581.1.-00R
710 R-1,085500
.JIIrl ilTrl HENRY A ET' AL
CIT, OF .PORT ST., ,JOE
LOT 27 ORB. 1.54/226 r i
MAP *50A"


058321-001R -
71.1 R-1 0 49 0 .
1Ul1 t h l'JIIIl U I I T IF- R.
MILL..VIEW ADDN NITl 1 FP
33 LOT 13, LESS W 2' OR
203 TO ADoBISON
MAP. *491i)


O5827-OOOR
7:12 R-.1087600
Q U I N N II ,,1 fli ll
MILLVIEW ADON UNIT 1 'P
33 LOT 18 LESS U 31 FT
ORB 1.72/339 FR SMITH
MAP *490


05925-000R11
97.42 720 R-41098200 HX
$97.42 -BRYANT WILLIE & MAI
'MILLVIEW ADON UNIT,
,L PGS 46 (& 47 LOIS 2C
.L13 26 ORB 130/136-37

02 MAP #49,0

o0!9.11 -00011
$79.74 /21 R-1098800 HA
BOONF CECIL R. & CC
MILLVIEW ADDN UNIT
P9IS 46 & 47 LOTS B
fOR 13'5/460-61 FR E
1.002 ARMANDA BONE,
'FOR FURTHER LEGAL

$81.24 (0:,940 O0OR
/::. R- 1099700
LAMAR VFLMA BORDERS
tON MILI VIFUt AnDN UNIT
P ) I'US 46 A 47 LOT 23'
I'R D RIIIIFR') FSTAlE
2 "MAP 4490


85.12 05969-O1O2
723' R""-110260,0
SIMS DAN E1S. C/O M
MILLVIEW AnDI1lItN U
PB 1 PGS 46 & 47 U/
1002 MAP #50A

S10.2 059~.9-OOOR
S724 "R-1103600
SMITH WILLIE 'OTIS'
MILI.VIEW AnDITION U
PB 1 PG9 46 & 47 LO0
-ER (ORB 174/707 CERT., 0
E IR L) CLERK -.. .
ROLL) (FR F.RITHER' LEGAL

0600/ 000OOR .
115.99 725 R-I 106100 .X
LIKELY RAY 0. "& MINI
22 M'LLVIEW ADDITION UI
FR !_OJr 14 & UJ/2 OF rLOT
P5S 46 A 47
MAP# 50A
ROLL)

06014 0001R
79,74 726 R- I -1107000 HX:
MC GEE DELORES1M
MILLVIEW ADDITION UN
LOT 24 PB 1 PGS 46 &
ORB 154/37 FR BRYANT
006 HAP# 50A

79.74 06015-000R
7 727 R-1107100 HX;
BELL -TISHIA L.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UN
LOTS 25 & 27 PB 1I PC
006 MAP# 50A


99,94 06027-0060R
728 R-1108600 IX
PRICE SHARON R.
MITILUIElJ ADDITION LIN
LUT 7 PB 2 PG 53
006 ORB 191?886 FR JENKI
MAP* 50A

03, 52 06027-00.8R
729 R-1ll08800 HX
PETERSON DOROTHY
MILLVIEWU ADDITION UN
LOT 9 PB 2 PG 53 ORB
006 46 FR S1 JOE FORFST
MAPt 50A


*$457.29 '
LIKELY b6027-009R


BLK 1014


S$1 ,165.23
RY
NO 2 PB 1
o 22, 24 .&," '
FR PETERS

BLK 1014


*359,.22
INNIE PHILON
NO 2PB 1 .
,& 10
:ST. OF

SEE .TAX ROLL.)


591,.29
SET AL
NO 2 PB I
ORB 178/77


BLK 10i5


, 06051-016R
740 R 1116'500 HX $12
BEST I[E.RORAH ANN
MILLOIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 16 & 18 PB 2 PG 53 ORB
150/314 QC FR SHACKLEFORD,
MAP BOA
BLK 1024.

06083-000OR
741 R-1 119900 $26
GAY SUSAN
MADDOX SLIBDIVISION TO OAK
GROVE PB 1 PG 27 LOTS 5 &A 6
ORB 146/237 QC FR GAY
MAP t 51A
BLK A


06174-000R
742 R--1128700 *272.69
THURSBAY. WILLIAM .P. & ALICIA R
OAK GROVE SUBD PB 1 PB 12
LOTS 2, 4 & 30 FT PORTION OF
AllEY LESS .02 AC PORTION IN
U. END OiF LOT 4 ORB 191/264 FR
(FUR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


O216-000R ,,
743 R-1133600 HX
SIMMONS MARY WUI rSlN
OAK GROVE SUBU UNIT 2 F
39 LOT 6 ORB 201/296, I
IHURS1ON ,
MAP *51A


062:36-010R
744 R-1135800
SPElHRER HELEN TOUNSENn
S :'? I 8 R 11 .58 AC H
40.07 FT ON C-30 ORB 20
FR, MILLER"
MAP 5S2A,


$415.85 "
IARY, SIMS 06236-10611
TNIT NO.. 2 745 R-1136600 "
2 OF. LOT 2 HGULF INTERNATIONAL PROF
.- S 25 T .',R.1.1
BLK( 1017 ,,i LOTS AP-1, AP-2, AP-3
ORB 205/2 FR OIULF AVIA1
MAP* A .92,
i57'8.03 ,
NIT N46 R-1136700
S15 NO. DAVIS GEOROE JR & CARME
F TITLE FR S 25 T 0 R 11 1.113 A
257.57 FT ON JONES HOME
SEE TAX ROLL) RD. ORB 164/324 FR COS
DEV. CORP.
S. MAP* 52A r, ....
'* *170.09
MNE f747 R-1136900
NIT NO. 2 AVIS GEORGE JR. & CARM
1 PB 1 9 25 T 8 R 11 CAPE PLAN
(IJNRECOREU) LOT 1 (REV
ORB 178/707 FR COSTIN 01
BLK 1018 CORP.
(FOR FURTHER LEOAL SEE"

$175.'59 06236-500R
.748 R-1141700
4IT, NO. 2 EAGLE CONSTRUCTORS, 1INC
S 4 .; S 25 T 8 R 11. .27 AC M
T 0, ,, VILLA UNIT A-I I
S ORB 203/849 FR CAPITAL
BLK *:018 1 10TRUS1 CO.
MAP# 52A'

-,. *350.a2 06246-OOR
749 R-1143100
lIT NO. 2 BURKERT KENNETH &APATRI
1S 46 & 47 S 36 8 11R 11 2.25 AC M
PARCEL ON C-30 (BEING I
BLK .1018 PASS MARINES)
S ORB 155/293-294 FR COMB
,436.92 MAP-520
06247-00OR
ITT NO. 3 790 R-1143300 HX
MOORE MARK RANDALL
INS 5 25 T 8 R 1 74.7 FT B
FRONT &SR 30 .ORB 142/7
BLK 100 1"'FR MOORE
.A..... '- A 'M52AO*.i ,,2 ; 1


|IT NO. 3 751 R-1143500
130/745- PEOPLE'S FIRST FINANCIAL
PRII. $36 T8 R11 152,98 AC M/
PORTION OF SEC 36 LESS
BLK'1020 3092.22 FT IN ORB 100/6
TAPPER LESS SOLD & LESS
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE


OR3 0 7:10 R--1100900 $90.28
R JONES J 1 flUG EIIDIE .IR
MILLVIEU ADDIlION UNIT:,NO. 3
LOT '10 PB 2 PG 53 ',
BLK- 1006 ORB 163/203: FR JULlIUS TIt
MAPi .0A ,; ,.0. ',
BLK 10o' .
S$81.24 06027 --tR
E 7.11 R-1109200 HX $127.31
II Rf;. i t(l lFR BENNIF CLARENCE
.:1 I MII.LVIEU AUD'IIION UNIT NO. .
LOT 13 PB 2 PG 53 ORB 128/563-
64 Fr ST. 'JOE FOREST PROD. CO.:
1.006' MAP* 50A
BLK 020

AMI,41 060'. -016R ,
i. ? R1-1109600 HX ,. $176.58
0JRIG. HUNTER VERONICA M.
R llllfITN iN Mii I-VJEU ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
P1'B 2 PT] 53 LOT 17
BLK 1006 ORB .25/900 QC FR HUNTER &
01 .R 213/484 QC FR HUNTER
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
41-4 234


PB .i PG
RB 190/


BLK 1007


$134.53

'B 1, PG
r.


05839-000R .
713 R-1088800 $276
1.,41, J JONES 'OI3RA, C,.
MIL.'VIEW1 ,AIDDN UNIT. 1 PB 1 PG
33 LO.CT 13 & 15 .
MAP *490
I/ *^ 1


05062-000R1
71:4 R-1091100 $47.37
CORBETT NAOMI' & DORTHER
MILL.VIEW ADDN UNIT 1. PB 1. PG
33 WESTERLY 25 FT OF LOT 14'
ORB 1T1/51.9 (0IFE ESTATE)
MAP *490


05B'S9-.0001
71.5 R-1094200, $273
JULIUS EDDIE & DIANA
MIL.IVIEW ADDN UNIT 2 PB 1 PGS
46 & 47 LOT 28 ORB 155/463
FR PACE
,MAP* 49D
BLK 1010


.19


05895-0501R
13.)1:,54 71.6 R.1.0941300 $32
SIMS DANIEL
MIL.A.VIEW ADDN UNIT 1 PB1 P1G
33 ILOT 2 ORB 175/207 FR
MOSLEY
MAP# 49C


05907-000R
717 R-1096200 -$.1.4,94
P.ITTMAN AMOS
MI..VIEW ADON UNIT 1 PB 1 PG
33 L(T 0 & 1.0 UNR'EC. QC FR
HURLBURT & ORB 114/569 FR
HURLFBURT
(FOR 'FUJRTHIER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


0,027 -0?11R ', ':
7'11 R-1109900 'HX. $172.88
HENDERSON MARY A
MTI TVIEU AnnTTION UNIT NO. 3"
1III 22 PB 2 PU 53 .
ORB 152/99B-999 FR ST JOE
fiTRESI PRODUCT & ORB 161/370
(F OR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

<060'.n-002 11
/34. R 1110700 HX *a212.95
BRYANT WAYMON & MARILYN FEDD
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3'
PB 2 PG 53 LOT 3 ORB 138/386'
FR RRYANT & FEDD &.LESS LOT 5
111 HRYANT &I HARRIS
(IIIR FIIRTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06028-011R"
735 R-i110900 HX $240.18
,,THOMAS MARY L.
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 12 & N/2 OF LOT 14 ORB
92/247 FR ST JOE LD & DEV CO'
PB 2 PG 53 & ORB 127/1070 Q C
(FOR FIJRITIER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06028-014R
*736 R-1111000 HX 1,12,00
FARMER WIL IF KEVIN & SONYA E
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO, ::
LOT 15 & S/2 OF' LOT 13 OR .
167/731 FR FARMER
MAP 50A
BLK 1021
06029-013R
,737 1R-1112500,HX ,$1'65.99
FARMER HAROLD F. & BRENDA D.,
MILLVIEUW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
I-Tl- 16 PB 2 PGi 53 ORB 112/280
-' FR. ST. JOE FOREST PRODUCTS
CO,
(FOR: FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


26.25 06050-000R1
739 R-1115100 HX
PRICE DAVID FLOYD'
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNI'
S 22.5 FT OF LOT 18 &
FT OF LOT 20 PB 2 PG
)11 MAPt 50A


Sa$2


3.86


t 189.

PB 1 PG


PAGE 7C


06267-.010R
20,74 763'. 107"R .007..' 657.61
ROGERS EODGAR A. JR. & JANEiNA C
SANDCL.IFF TOWNHOUSES UNIT NO.
6 ORB 130/904--6 FR
PEACOCK ET A...
MAP* 19B

06267-0i1R
764 R-1157600 656, 1..1.
2,84 C & L BANK OF BLOUNTSTOWN
SANUCLIFF TOWNHOUSES UNIT NO,
7 ORB 2.05/79 FR UISE
MAP* 19B


06267-0,12R
7645 R-1157700 *-657.6:1.
REGISTER BETTY 3;
SANOCLIFF TOWNHOUSES UNIT NO,.
8 ORB 207/800 FR
REGISTER EST.
MAPI 1.9 8 .

06267-576R,,
766 R-.1.161900 $362.57
MC MAHON KEVIN & KIMBERLY
PARADISE GULF-PARADISE BAY
*SUB0. PB 3 PG 37
LOT'13 83.33 X 190 FT GULF
I lI'lll (.36 AC) ORB 181/239 FR
1il l Ir II IIH Tl-J LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


FR 062671-6t6R
767 R-1163600 :$186.53
WALt.ERSTEDT MICHAEL & SHANNON
BLK 3 I'AlrTnI; GULF-PARADISE BAY
'lTil fln 3 PG 37
LOT 33 ORB 180/787 FR RISH
,$-2,.228.92 MAP* 18C.

M /L j .' c 1 '*' ,
00, 61 7618 R-11.65'i500' $3,532,51
MURIEL CORP.
S 6 & 7 T 9 R 11 2.3 AC M/L
149,35 GULF FRONT; 01R. 35 FT
SEPTH-1; 114,4 FT FRONT OF C-30E
$2,,B48.91 ORB 218/801 FR BROWN & ORB 218,
PERTIES (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE;TAX ROLL)


ION INC ,,, P-1167"'o, $2,416.87
HAMILTON JESS & SANDRA H-IARRISO
' S 7 T 9R 11
'484. 74 102 FT GULF FRONT, 1038.,5 FT
: [ITA G A ll'lIH ORB 130,/AnO FR
NC M/L STJT I TIM 9 "" 1 .. -
:SIFAn MAP* 18C
TIN "
S' T" R- 16990 $1 760.25
RILL RANDOLPH L, & LOUISE H.
S 'I T 9-R 11 42,5 X 154 FT
,$1889.03 PARCEL BEING PARCEL B-2 I
IELITA G '(NORTHERLY TRACT) ORB 96/1056
NATION ,F RR i 215/5 12' ACCESS .FA:EFMFFN
IS;L )I) tIT 1l FIIPrilER LEGAL SE. E lAv Pi I
EV.

TAX ROLL) 06268-2'07R
771, 11 7?20oo $241.28
.SMITH IHIMAIn H.
*1,.433.52 S 20 T 9 R 11
50 FT GULF FRONT; 567.5 FT
/L. AU DEPlHi 64,19'FT ON C-30E
LESS 200/968 10 PINSUN'
CITY (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL )

06268 -300R
772 R -117260 $5,354.29
A UL..RY' JU I]G E 11 i i hi 'ii l 1 j.,. IF:
$695.94 S 20 T 9 R i .1 I I GULFE
CIA FRONT' 711.35 FT,AV DEPTH
ND/L A PART TRACTS 29 & 30 ORB
NDAN 110/532 FR FLA. TITLE & MORT.G
'" ': "-'" HAP .i9 D' :',0 *. 0.
0S .6.6 -.--,. .-'
7/1 P- I I 75'-1.0 1405.31
S$117 48 TI;'RlTIlF r' lAM E- &- ANN L
.' /, r 9 R 11 .9620 AC M/L
AY 50O FT BAY FRONT, 838.11 FT
96-97 DErPTH .BE II-I; TR ACT 6
RR l 155/,4' .75 FR ClOiEt C J&
S(FOR F lIPTIER LE R .PAI S F F ,' P I. i )t
t :/' : ,'7 I


$1,668.45
L S & L
L THAT
S 'LY
78 FR
IN
TAX ROLL)


06255-000 r
752. R-1150200 HX. $1,979.02
BURKERT KENNETH & PATRICIA A:
9 36 T 8 -R 11 122.5 FT BAY
FRONT 867 FT AV DEPTH ORB
172/879 FR SMITH
MA P.'52

06259-000R
753 R-1151900 ,16.20
LEMIEUX KAREN & KENNY
S 25 T 8 R 11 .58 AC
406.17 FT ON C-30; 62.19 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 197/646 FR PICKETT
MAP# 52 .


06259-100R
754 R-1152000 $ 1 3,3,33.94
MOORE MARK R. & CHARLOTTE 0.l
S 25 t B R 11 101,1 FT ,LOT ON
SR 30E; 120.36 FT AV DEPTH
ORB 183/868 FR PICKETT
AP*A 52A

06265-245R '
755 R-1153700 144.40
BURKERT KENNETH 6 PATRICIA A,
S 1 T 9 R 11
75.54 X 217,81 FT LOT) BEING'-
LOT 10 ORB 212/748 FR JOHNSON
'MAPt; 53
'S BLK IX
0o '6' .'/,OR ; .
;',A P 1'-.41: $144.40
[II ZAN IOUOI AR r SR. & SHARON E
S 1 T 9 R 11
75.54 X 217.81 FT LOT; BEING
LOT 13 ..ORB 177/6,7 FR YATES
MAP* 53 .


,., BI,.K T

06266-04SR. .
757 .1R-1155300 $5
.WILSON DWAYNE E & EDITH N
FEATHER SOUND
LOT.. ORB 159/308-309 FR
FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK
MAP# 198 : .

06266--100R '
750 R-1156300 $2
HAULING DAVID & KATHY
',FEATHER SOUND
IOT 20 .O1RB 193/203 FR HILL.
MAPt 19 ..

06266-105R ..
/4Yo 10'IUQ


HAULING DAVID & 'KAIHY
FEATHER SOUND-
LOT 21 ORB. 193/205 FR
'MAP 19B

06266-140R
760 ,R-1156800 HX.
MORGAN KAIHY L.
FEATHER SOUND
LOT 28 ORB 184/1 FR HI
MAP* 190


, 2


X


35.60


06268-75,1P
774 R-1177700 HX $1
MIRANDA EDWARD R
S 7 T 9 R- 11
100 FT BAY FRONT
ORB 205/728 QC FR MIRANOA
HAP*, 18C


,397.56


0.t', n6 fi P
775 R 178300 6 :$464.157
[iCL, Til'v M JR & SARAH L
S 19 '& 20 T 9 R 11 55 AC M. L
12.93 AC ABOVE MARSH LINE
BEING TRACT 48 (PARCEL. TWO).
OR14 144/182-84,FR DEAL
MA't' 190D' '

06268-850R
776' R--1178400 4~4.26
DEAL TROY M JR, & SARAH L, .
S 19 & 20 T 9 R 11 4,61 AC
M/L BEING 856.96 FT BAY FRONT
(PARCEL TUlO) ORB 144/182-84.
FR DEAL
MAP' iD .


06268-900,R ,
777 R-1178500 $275
DEAL TROY M JR & SARAH L
S 20*.T 9 R 11 18 AC M/L 7.5
AC M/L ABOVE MARSH LINE BEING
TRACT 49 (THIRD PARCEL) ORB
144/182-84 FR DEAL
MAPI 190

06.269-00 R .
7/8 P--1178900. $2,178
MONOD OLIVIER
SAN BLAS ESTATES
A 100 X 150 FT PORTION OF LOT
7 ORB 174/290 FR YIELDING
MAP# 19B


.31








.06


06269-024R
779 R-1180300 $1,757.35
BEACH BUILDERS OF NW FLA INC
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS
20,21 & 22 LOT 24 1.84 AC
ORB0 218/628 FR DURRANCE
MAP #19B
06269-025R'
780 R-1180400 $1,757,35
BEACH BUILDERS ON NW FLA,
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGIS
20,21 & 22 LOT 25 1.H01 AIC
ORB 218/627 FR JONES
MAP *19B


06269-027R
38.28 781 R-1180600 $81
PHUNG LONG NGOC & BA THI BU
SAN BLAS ESTATES, PB 3 PGS
20-22 ,66 AC
49,95 FT GULF FRONT) 579 FT
DEPTH ORB 211/745 FR LOGAN
MAP# 19B


a,., 2


36,19
I


06269--038R
782 R-1181700 $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
$1,400.97 TRUSTEE
MAP* 19B


:LI.


T NO. 3 06267-008R
N 57.5 761 R-1157300 $693.,81
53 C & Li BANK OF BLOUNTSTOWNO
-SANDCLIFF TOWNHOUSES UNIT NO,.
BLK 1023 4 OR 205/577 FR WISE
MAP 199i


06051-011R
739 1R-1116100 HX $258.37
LEWIS FREDDIE R & CANDY L
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 11 PB 2 PG 53. ORB 149/23
FR PITTMAN & ORB 165/721 QC FR
LEWIS.
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)


06267--009R
762 R-1157400
WISE WILLIE U. &
SANDCLIFF TOUNHIUUSES UNI
p5 ORB 180/849 FR SKAGGS
M#iP* 19.B


06269-045R
783 R-1182400 $1,136.72
STEPP JEANETTE E
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS 20,
21 & 22 LOT 45 1.23 AC 100
FT GOULFFRONT ORB 218/208 FR
PARKER
MAP* 190


06269-048R
6784 R-1182700 $973.46
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
$656,.11 SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 POS 20,
21 & 22 LOT 48 1,14 AC 100 FT
I NU. GULF FRONT ORB 2055533 FR
8 NOSTER
MAP# 190


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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
MAP* 19B

06269-314R
786 R-1186600 $1,214.08
PARKER ROBERT D & SYLVIA A
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2J-1
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
ESTATES SUBD. ORB 131/721-22
FR GREAT WESTERN BANK & ORB?
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06269-316R
787 R-1186800 HX $795.19
WENTZ GEORGE & DORIS L.
CAPE SANDS LANDING UNIT 2L-1
A PORTION OF LOT 2 SAN BLAS
ESTATES SUBD. ORB 185/208 FR
MADSEN
MAP@ 19B

06269--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

0'6269-568R.
790 R-118930(0 $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.
MAPl 19B

06274-007R
791 R-1192700 $144.40
HALL DENNIS C. & SANDRA K.
S 14 T 9 R. 11
LOT 7 TREASURE BAY UNREC,.
ORB 138/125-26 FR TREASURE
SHORES,.LTDI
MAP*. 54

06274-014P
792. P-1193400 HX $633;16
BLACKMON CHARLOITIE P'. '.IPS
.S 14 T 9 1 1
103.4 FT ON SR 306; 217.81'FT
DEPTH;. ALSO KNOWN AS LOT 14,
TREASURE BAY UNREC. ORB 144/
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)

06274-022R
793 .R-1194100' $275,31
LANGSTON iW tL1I B., :
S 14 T 9 R 11
LOTS 7 & 8 ORB 178/567 FR
TREASURE SHORES LTD.
MAP* 54 .
BLK II


06274-036R
794 R-1195300
GROSS STEPHEN J. &
S 14 T 9 R 11
BEING PARCEL 18A
ORB 199/450 FR JOHNSON
MAP* 54


BLK IV A

06274-120R
795 R-1196800 $161.87
HEAN SR, GEORGE & SHARON S.
TREASURE BAY .
LOT 3 ORB 136/788-89 FR
,tNEASI.Il SHORE-S LIMIT [11.11


MAPI 54


06274-130R
796 R-.1197000
SIMS MARTHA OANKS
TREASURE BAY
LOT 5 ORB 137/268 FR 1
SHORES LIMITED
MAP* 54"

06274- 1(:7R
797 P- I 1?7f00
DANKS I-.LN t IL I L, .
TREASURE BAY
LOT 6 ORB 136/1020-21
TREASURE SHORES LIMItEL
MAP* 54

06.'74- 15 R
798 R- 1 1 97:',00
BIURKER1 KEJNF11 & I'Al PI
TREASURE BAY
LOT 10 ORB 174/368 FR
KENDRICK
MAP* 54


799 R-1190200 HX
nuIJGAR L.ARRY R,. & LEIIH'
TREASURE BAY
LOT 7 ORB 213/633 FR P
MAP* 54


06274-265R
800 R-:11:99900 .
CRYDERMAN CURTIS
IREASLIRE BAY
LOT 13 OR8 161/822 FR L
MAP*. 54
SB


06277--055R
807 R-120a400
BUFORD DONNA
S 12 T 9 R 11
LOT 11 ORB 182/969 FR
TREASURE SHORES I..TD.
MAP* 53
BL

06277-060R
808 R-1208500 HX
HOLLY DEBRA ELLEN
S 12 T 9 R 11
LOT 12 ORB 162/481 FR T
SHORES LTD
MAP* 53 '


06277--065R
809 R-12086
BRYANT JOHNNY
S 12 'r 9 R 11
LOT 13 ORB 15
SHORES LTD
MAP* 53


06277-070R
810 R.-12087
MC CALL DANIE
S 1:2 T 9 R611
LOT 14 ORB2(
.MAP@ 53


06281-OOR'
811 R-12089'
DEAL TROY M J
S 20 T 9 R 11
1, 4 & 1.0 '.OR
84 FR DEAL
MAP*' 190'
06284-QOOR
812. R-12092
DEAL TROY M J
S-,21 T, 9. R 11
OQRlG ,O.RB 144
MAP *35 .

06289--04"
813 r .12.1/..
BRIT" PARK
S T 9 R 11
r JNT; BFTNG
/90.27 F1 Or I
N OF CO RD 30
(FOR FLIPTIIER I


06345-357R
$155.92 830 R-1257100
MATTINGLY DONALD A.
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF
DUNES LOT 4
MAP* 5A
PA
.K VII


RE


'BLK VI


06345-3518R
831 R,-1257200
$4Q2.69 MATTINGLY DONALD A,
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF
DUNES LOT 5
ASURE MAP* 5A


06345-367R
832 R-1258100
MATTl]NGLY DONAL I
CLASSIC COTTAGES
DUNES LO..T :14
ORB 203/754 F'R D
MAP@ SA'


II'


00 $155.92
C

1/714 FR TREASURE


06345--402R.
$1 16.72 851 R-1261600 $205.49
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA 'INC
BARRIER CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
91JNES I.OT 7 ORB 148/.680-692
F R FLOUE R'
RCEL. "A" MAP* 5A
PARCEL "E"
$116.72 06345--417R
R 852 R. -1263100 $116.72
BARRIER HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
S. CLASSIC !rllAInGf' OF BARRIER
PARCEL "A" DUNES I," II ] L1 148/680
MAP* A ..SA ., '


t$1.


PARCEL "J"


1 A, 06345--418R
i OF' BARRIER 853 R-1l ,',:'o 0 $116.,72
t .11-iC(HIG IlUiS- Y riF SEA Il.
AVIS JLLAI'.E;l_--.LULDES Of BARRIO 'R
S . ; 1I IIJS1 I I 1 II 1 1 1 4 1,1 6 1 '
PARCEL "A" MAP* f ) '
S PARCEl.. "J"


06345-370R
BLK VII 833 R-1258400 $:1.13.22
HIBTSCUS-BY-THE-SEA THOE. '
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF P'O.i.'i R
00 l $169.08 DUNES LOT, 17 ORB 1.48/680-692
L R. & MARY SUE FR FPLOWERE "
MAIP* 5A
05/869.FR NIXON PARCEL "A"

BLK VII 06345--371R,
1 34 R-1258500 1.118,22
HIBISCUIJS Fr IIlE -. n IA l. *
00 $4,360A.46 CIASII: L.1-IIAnF,.S ri RARIJII P
R & SARAH L DUIINES LOT IR ORB li/A/-1,'1/2
166.3 AC LOTS FR FLO E'RS
a ORB 144/1'82.- MAP*, 5A '
; P ARCEL "A"


S831 R -12't.IA560 $:113,22
00 $1,140.45 HiBIS'CUS-BY-THE-SEA INC.
R & SARAH L CLASSIC COTIALUES OF BARRIER
32.,7 AC LOT 4 DUNES LOI 19 ORn 148/680-692
/182-.i(4 'r P .DEAL, FR, FiL.OWERS
MAP.5A .
PARCEL. ,"A"

S $I $1,409.78 06345 -373R
T, & PHYLLIS W. 36 R- 12SR700 $11.8,22
400 FT BAY HlB('ILUS-B '-IHE- 'EA INC, .
W 300 FF tI F CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
8 lOt' LII *.1 I ING rliNFc I OT 20 ORB' 148/680-692
-E ORR 1 /016 FRFR F't( R ,
LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL) PARCEL "A"


06290--035R
814 R-1217900
'1'I-rlI fili UrNTFPRTFn
, ',III; II U IF F:; 1 F,1 l: nI 1 "IA 'I
iii E')'?. F F t R 'i II Ifl.';
" N, t '09. 12 u .



06310-QQOR
815 R-1230700
'.I ,i ii' nli pi I .tillI L [iFr t. r (
S. 1 il II *' ; ,!
A PORTION L Il-l I'RCF I I A
22,7 AC SUEIJMEPOELI h',ill
:L73/36:1 F P ISNUOF R
MAP 54C


06317 '. r'
El1. 6 I .7(
$359.09 EARLlEY i. I. I'llll 1I' &"DOE
S'2~ T '; P L I 'FT BA
FRONT; 300 FT AV DEPTH-
10:1/916 FR ROCKHOI..D


i I .1I .'.D1 ;
8 17 F' 1 :r ,*
MARTIil i- Il 0li' Il
GULF PINES SUBD PB
LOT :13 ORB 208/592
i'l'll 54 1: .


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BLK A illll P I'4.','":,
DOBBINS BRADLEY J & CHARl
GULF PINES FIRSI oai[l Ii 1l0i
$161.87 37 ORB 123/801 RO'" l:' f
ET Al,.
MAP* 540 -
I REA IIRE -
.'J '2" "." '
A819 R--1 .i1n ,.,. HXX $2
BLK A CULLEN FAMILY LTD. PAPIHEI
S 24 T 9 R 11 100,02 FT C
$161 .187 FRONT; 542 FT, nEPT'H MY/. '1
FR ti,',F' H "111 :
FR
06345-337R
820 R-1255100
BLK A HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA TNC.
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT
7 37" IE Itl i'iARrEl "Ii"
$161-,7H .ORB 1lo0,'60O0 FR BARRIER DLI
1CIA MAP 5A ,

06345-:.111R
821 R- 12'-,*.'00
L.. irTSCUS BY-THE-SEA INC.
BLK,A FIARPIER rI.INF9 FORMER UNIlT
T) RFM [N;I PARFI. "I '1
URPI l-IFl/6fl rFR BARRIER [lII
$1,586.31 MAPI, 5
S. ,
06345-339R
PICKETT 6822 R-125'3300
I IInISn IJS -BY- T1HE -EA INC.
II.1< B tARRIEP [Flilitr' FIIRMFR illF I
.'3 IF 1i11r PARf.rl "I 1;
IiRtH 140, 680 FR 6 FARRIRF nill
$2,1.48.19. MAPIrt 5 T

06345--340R
.ENNAN 823 R-1255400.
t1i I:LS B-RY -FI4F -SEA INi:.
ILK C BARRIER DUNES FIRMER I.NTI
.i ) L r- rARCEM I'nl"


06275-OOOR
801 R-1200500- $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 R-1201600 $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'O '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 POS 24, 24A, 24B
& 24C TRACT 19 1,92 AC ORB
8b3/525'& 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.
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE & BAYSI
DE LOT 8 & 9 OF TRACT 491 190
FT BAY FRONT; 171.17 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 134/238-42 FR FL
(FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
062/7'00OO5R
106 R-1207400 $1535.92
MC DONALD JAMES WHEELER ET A..
s 12 T 9 R :1.1
LOT 1 ORB 1.63/923 FR TAPSCOTT
& .HOWELL
MAP 53
BLK VII


DUH 1413/6130 FR BARRIER LINE'S
MAP 5A

06345-344R
824 R-1255800 $1,912.88
MATTINGLY DONALD A.
'BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO. 44
ORB 179/203 FR BARRIER DUNES
DEV. 'CORP.
MAP* 5A ..: ,

06345-347R '
825 'R-1256100 .$.186.3
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC.
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO,.
47 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP 5A 5

06345-348R
826 R-1256200 $186.53
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC.
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO',.
48 BEING PARCEL "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DIUNES
MAP* 5A

06345--349R
827 R-i256300 $1:6.53
HIFRISCUS--BY-THE-SEA INC
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO,
.49 BEING PARCEL "H"'
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP* 5A

06345--350R
828 R-1256400 $186.53
HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC
BARRIER DUNES FORMER UNIT NO,.
50 BEING PARCEL. "H"
ORB 148/680 FR BARRIER DUNES
MAP* SA


06345--353R ,
829 R-1256700 $1,771
JOSEPH EDWARD
BARRIER DUNES UNIT NO, 53
ORB 1.24/784 FR BARRIER DUNES
DEV. CORP. .
MAP@ 5A


"2 1 ":,9 06345-383R 3
2.,,:6.1 9.56. .37 R-1259700 $467.30
"H IBISCUS- BY-TIlE-SEA INC.
7 C CI AWi CLIIITAnF.R JF UIARRI['R
UIJIEl 1UT 4 IIRB 146/614 80-6'92
FR FLOWERS
III P .1 MAP '5A
P .ARCEL "C"

$170.58 06345-31413 .
-3 (NC 16 RI I ',"'.9'100 $467. In
SI I-I[tISCUL'-BY-1HE C;ELA INC.
,i11 CLASSIC COFlAGES OF BARRIFKR
I'll DIINES LOT 5 ORB 148/680-692
FR FLOWERS
MAPI 5A*
PARCEL "C"

$ '938,.33 06345. :351 :
RAll 839 R 1239900 $467.30
HIBISCUS-BY-[HE-SEA INC.
RB CLASSIC COTTAGES 01F BARRIER
DUNES LOT 1 ORB 148/680-692
FR .FLOWERS
MAPt SA
3,153. 64 A. R :EL. ,
06345-386R
',1 840 R-1260000 $467.30
*R tr ll HIBISCUS-BY-THE-SEA INC.
A CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
A UIIlESR 11 2 ORB 148/680-692
r R FI FI ltJ: R
i ,,, -. M A P 4 5 ,A .


$5:7, .- PARCEL "D"

I LOT' 06345-308R
JSEY 841 R- 1260200 '4
nAVIS JOHN
BIK I (:1C A SII' r:Lc lAnF, OF BARRIER
f I.IN.9S Lill *41
ORB 211/287 FR HEADRICK
2,786.30 MAP* 5A
R r, iir' PARCEL "D"
ULILF
1R3, 06:34",-JR9R
H42 R-- .26t1300 $46
., A [iAv I 1 IIiN
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
DUNES. LOT 5
$186.53 ORB 211/287 FR HEADRICK'
MAP* 5A .
.NO, : ,,: .PARC L "D"


06345-41.9R
I i .,', i i,, 1 $ 1 .1.6'17 2
I ii .'I I ', 1 1 II i i ,'1 I N C *
I i Ci'., I Iii ln ,r U BARRIE:R
IIII I I I I I IIi 1 48/6i00
MAP'SA 5
S PARCEL "J"

06345-420R
* ,', L I 1 $:1.:16 .72
SI I ,'' 1.% 1 1 il rI, ', i N CARRIER

DULNES LOT 4 ORB 1486800
MAP* ,,A '. L ,
..,' -." I'P LARCEL.. ". "


1 'e,. I .', $ :1 .6 ,72
1111 i 11'-. I1i' lit '. ':NC
CL..ASSIC I li fi .I.I ';, OF BARRIER
DUNES L.i '; i lPil 148/680
MAP: 5A,.: r 1 ."


"*':* I 'l f 'I 1

.0 ', l'1'-l 1 I II'
r1'./ Il I .'*t, 1 .. '
MIl. I All ) II 1ill I14 I I. &
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Nlh 1 6 1 1. I If 1: II'IIII
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SI "J.


*' 775,2.
ELAINE P
1 .11 .


AI", F3 'pI .6-,'.01 *$1., 7 752.24
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PAPI' ,IAlin1
BARRIER UIllIES UNI T I l O, 0 1.73
URn I 31 1l 1FR I 0l l'. lff LLE
MAP I ,' IA


n 0614'" 61 IC
860 R- L26';..'"
EDWARJS U U [I[ A MARY
S 25 1 El P 1:' 1 .23 AC
100 FI 1:1.11 F FRONr 'r70.
AV LEF' IIII El EI l PARCEL'
,'(, 1 :FL 2 A il-' F ',. R11 (11P
(FOR Fil I? ll-' i r.iAL SEE:

06.145 -6:i,"
86 1 R- I ._',97(,'
EAI TRUY ..11.
S ACL IFF JUNl1 4 BLDG .A
1R1 I :''3/,'10 l1 FR IhrFFI
MAPtI FA


$2.,291..

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.43 FT
2 &


-'F ?'


-06345-715R ,
862 R-127:1.700 $3,9. I '
OVERTON LARRY .J, & DIANNE P.
S 2.5 T 8 R 12 978 AC M/L
UNIT R-21 108 'fl FT GULF FRONT
' ORBE 204/649 FR. CHAITAIN .
MAP* SA '' '" :

06345-835R
863 R-:I. 273000 $6,437,57
ASHI'MORE ROBERT E ,.1R & DIANNE. E*
S ,,. .. 1 R 12
UNI:T F-4 SE CLUED OU.NES ;
1:16,22 FT GULF FRONT ORB :1,45/
507-50B FR FLOWERS
MAP-: 5A .

06345--830OR
864 R-:1.273500 $622.89
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8-13 R-12604(0 $467.30
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H44 R- 1260.00o $467
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fl46 R-160800 $467.,7"1
RUDNICK JAMES .M,
CLAHSTIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
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06345-395R
847 R-1260900 $467.30
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CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
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06345--39'9R
848 R-1261300 $205,49
1H[I 'I ISI YrY-lY-.'IHE-SEA INC
CLASSIC COTTAGES OF BARRIER
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849.' R-1261.400 $20'0, 49
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CLASSIC COTTAGES .OF BARRIER
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SPencil Sharpeners *Corkboards

*Cross Pens/Pencils and Other Brands


*Gator & Seminole Pens, Note Pads, Evps.




A Few Books including The Great Tide

and One Year Book of Bible Readings










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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06345-401R
850 R-1261500 $205.49
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