The star
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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: November 18, 1999
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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I-1,'. 9



SUSPS 518-880

Sharks, Gators Advance to
Playoffs j Pages 10 A & 12A
PSJ Garden Club
Celebrating 50th Year
Story, Photo on Page 6A
Law Enforcement Activities
Cities & County on Page 7A
Worship Opportunities
Abound Wbere? Page 3B
Centennial Preservation
Grant Moves Forward
See Page 3A
Our Readers Write Letters
to the Editor... Pages 9A & HA
School Happenings See.48
PSJ Homecoming Scenes

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

Building Dept Shows 25% Increase

The Gulf County Building

Department has experienced

another banner year for permits'
and permitting fees collections.
A total of S197,884.04 was
collected for the fiscal year
October' 1, 1998 through
September 30. 1999, according to

building department, after point-
ing out that the work load had
expanded beyond what the
current staff was able to accom-
During the 1998-99 year,

$197,884.04 in Permit Fees

Collected During 1998-99 Yr.
Gulf County Building Inspector there were 136 new house con-
Michael Hammond. This reflects a struction, permits purchased
25% increase over the 1997-98 through the department.
fiscal year total of S157,515.16. Hammond pointed out that was
and an overall 72'o0 increase in only 17 more starts than the pre-
permit fees over the past two \ious year. but the property value
years., of the permitted homes was up

Early this year. Gulf County
commissioners hired an assistant
planner/Inspector in the county

over S5 million dollars at
Much of the increase in prop-

erty values came from beachfront
construction along the southern
portion of Gulf County-particu-
larly the Cape area.
Housing starts were also up
in the north ,end of the county.
Hammond surmised that much of
that increase was probably due to
the expansion of the Gulf
Correctional lrstitute prison com-
plex. "
There we re .also 123 mobile
home permits: sold. Hammond
said that the prison system also
had some impact on that growth,
especially in the Stone Mill Creek
area. The new Bay Breezes Mobile
Home Park. near Highland View.
also aided the increase in those
In all, there were 1.616 vari-
ous permits sold with a total
property value of S18.642.858.60.


SPhotos'on Page 1 A
-Pages 7-8B

Mistake Gives

Mill Creditors

An Extension
:A mistake on the return
address given to creditors who are
filing claims against Florida Coast
Paper Company has resulted in
an. extension of the filing date
from November 5th at 4:00 p.m.-
tb November 24th at 4:00 p.m.
Stone Container Corporation
(a: wholly owned subsidiary of
Smurfit-Stone Container Corpor-
atjon) has filed a reorganizaUonali..,
bakhlruptcy plan in federal bank-
ruptcy court. A'notice to bar
S ndtin 'was granted by the court
giving creditors until the
November 5th (4:00 p.m.) dead-
line to file all claims against the
debtors, or be forever barred from
being Included in the restructur-
ing plan.
;, Because of the mistake in the
return address (zip code) on the
notice to creditors of the motion
to bar, an extension was granted
(See MILL on Page 3A)

Newly elected chairman Oscar Redd is shown presenting his
/ predecessor Caroline Norton with a plaque in recognition of her
service to the board.

Redd and Pridgeon

Take Gulf SB Reins

Ini a special meeting Tuesday
at the Gulf County School Board
meeting room. Oscar Redd was
elected as the school board's new
chairman. Mary Pridgeon was
elected as vice chairman.
Outgoing chairman. Caroline
Norton. was presented a mounted
gavel plaque commemorating her
. term .as-hairnj._ Thls is the first
plaque of its kind to be given to an
outgoing chairman.
As he took over the Chair, Mr.
Redd's first order of business was
to thank Ms. Norton for her ser-
vice; "It has been a pleasure work-
ing with you as Chairman. I feel
the board has accomplished
much under your leadership,"
said Mr. Redd.
Chairman Redd is thesenior
member .of the Gulf County
School Board arid is in his filth

term as school board member.
During this time he has served as:
chairman several times. .
Mr. Redd said, "I am looking,
forward to everyone working
together for a good year. I feel this
board has accomplished a lot in
the past and look' forward 'to
accomplishing even more as we
-n'move Into the new_ ear."
"I consider it an honor to have -
been :given the opportunity to
serve the county for this longM"
added Redd. This term of service
puts Mr. Redd in the same com-
pany with past long time board
member, Gene Raffleld. Not bad
company at all.
In other business, the board
approved next year's meeting
dates and voted for Mr. Redd to
continue as the Small School
District 'Council Consortium

IMany area veterans were present for special ceremonies 'Thursday morning at PSJ HIigh School.

Members of Port St. Joe High School's NJROTC color guard
proudly display the flags during the program.




Many Hearts

Thursday, November 1 ith,
was a day of celebration, but also
a day of solemnity all around the
county. Beginning at 9:00 a.m. at
both PortSt. Joe High School and
Wewahitchka Elementary School,
programs in honor of veterans
were held. At PSJHS,' veterans
were saluted by the NJROTC, and
sang a patriotic melody by the
high school chorus. Guest speak-
er LTC, USA (Ret.) James C.
Kennedy gave a. moving address,
as well.
In Wewahitchka, the third
grade classes gave their yearly
musical celebration to honor the
veterans. In addition to the
youngster's performance, the
WHS Chorus and NJROTC Color
Guard offered .their salute. Guest
speaker for this event was Lt.
Cmdr. Jim McLeod.
(See VETS on Page 9A)

City Board Looks at Flooding

Downtown PSJ Drainage Needs More Outfall Capacity

Preble-Rish engineer Bill
Kennedy spent the first several
minutes of Tuesday evening's Port
SSt. Joe City Commission meeting
Reviewing the city's downtown
,;drainage shortfalls and several
options to reduce the problems.
In a nutshell. Kennedy told
the board that the downtown
drainage system had more water
coming in than they did outfalls
to handle, it, especially during
periods of heavy rainfall.
He further explained that the
issue is complicated, somewhat,
when high tides and heavy rains
occur simultaneously because the
area is a gravity fed system.
Port St. Joe has three main
drainage ditches that serve the
downtown area at Third Street,
Fourth Street, and Cecil G.
Costin, Sr. Boulevard, and all

School District
Receives Grant for
Innovative Programs
Submitted by:: Sara Joe%
Wooten, Gulf County Schools
Superintendent Jerry Kelley
was recently notified that Gulf
Schools, District is the recipient of
a grant from the Gulf Coast
Workforce Development Board in
the amount of S213,300. This
grant will enable- the district to
fulfill a commitment Mr. Kelley
made to the students and parents
of Gulf County two years ago.
The district will establish cen-
ters at each school for after school
tutorial programs, summer acade-
mic enrichment, and career explo-
ration programs; and for high
school students. year round set-
vices. This is a three-tidr concept
that will provide students age 10
and up with a specific program.
Students will receive tutorial
services two afternoons each week
until 4:15, arid transportation
home will be provided. Computer
h labs will be open one evening each
week for elementary and middle
school parents and students.
In addition, there will be -a
summer reading, writing, and
math enhancement camp for ele-
menitary students; Middle school
students will have a "Girl Power"
camp, arid for the first tifie there
will also be a "Boy Power" camp.
Each camp will be for 6rie week.
They will focus oh exploring
high wage non-traditional occupa-
tions and completing a career pro-
Each high school will house a
Youth One Stop Center. These
centers will provide tutorial se--
vices in addition to many other
services-career exploration,
assessment, counseling; financial
aide information and help with
completion of application;
employability skills training, job
search and placement; critical
thinking skills and goal setting.
Computers will be available for
student and parent use.
Youth One Stop Centers will
be open year round. Their sched-
ules are yet to be finalized, but
students will have access during
the school day, after school until
4:15 two afternoons a week, and
one evening per week.
The district will begin services
in January 2000.

three drain into St. Joseph Bay.
The city engineers are sug-
gesting that the best solutions
would be to widen the slope of the
Third and Fourth Street drainage
ditches, allowing the volume of,

water flow to be increased and
provide some additional treat-
ment of stormwater.
They also suggested rerouting
the Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Boulevard
.(See FLOODING on Page 3A)

Shark Queen Crowned
Miss Neikole Royster was crowned PSJ High School's homecom-
ing queen Friday by last year's reigning queen Lyndsy Kilpatrick.

Observance of Thanksgiving Prompts

Early Deadline & Closing of The Star
The Star will go to press early next week (Tuesday) as our
staff prepares to observe Thanksgiving. Therefore, a change in
our deadline dates and times is necessary for both news and
advertising in order to accommodate the change in our publi-
cation date.
All CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING must be in our office no
later than Monday, November 22nd at 11:00 a.m.
All DISPLAY ADVERTISING should be received no later
than Monday, November 22nd at 12:00 noon. Due to the short-
ened schedule, any classified or display advertising delivered,
faxed, or called in after these times cannot be assured print-
ing space.
[\ Any NEWS ARTICLES have to be accepted by our
office staff no later than Monday, November 22nd at
12:00 noon in order to be considered for use in the
holiday issue.
Also, The Star office will be closed all day
on Thursday and Friday, November 25th and
26th, in order for our employees to spend
the season with their families.
We wish you and yours a safe and boun-
tiful holiday, and will appreciate your
cooperation in adhering to these schedule


The Star


"Critical Concern"

Just What We Need

We'll Be On the List of State
Counties Seeking For An Opportunity
CAN YOU SPEND A DESIGNATION? What does it amount to,
in dollars and cents? How many groceries will it buy? How many
house or car payments, will it make? In other words, just how
much does the designation of Gulf County as an area of critical
concern, amount to in cold, hard cash?
That's the question many of our citizens are posing, now. Just
what does this designation mean to us? We understand that our
elected public servants find it almost impossible not to support
this latest in designations for our county, but what does it mean
as. cash in hand for our people? Does it mean more to us than just
another vehicle to point ,to with pride and say, "See, what we have
worked hard to provide for you?"
SO MANY OF THESE DESIGNATIONS are viewed with public
pessimism. They are viewed merely as means for the elected offi-
cials to gain public recognition for themselves. Is this to be one of
those exercises or is it to actually mean something concrete for
A lot of elected officials-from the courthouse to the state-
house-are putting their future reputation on the line in this
announcement. The revelation could come back to haunt them on
election day, if they fail to perform as promised.
The Governor of Florida is even behind this latest announce-
ment, along with his Lieutenant Governor. They. both, are in an
exposed position, following the recent designation; as are our rep-
resentative and several local officials. *
WE'RE SUPPORTIVE OF THEIR designation, realizing that
our county, especially, needs some assistance in realizing its role
in the economic prosperity of the state of Florida. For the past 50
years we have been the example of what a small county should be
like. We're not accustomed to being singled out as part of the "poor
folks" of the state.
We don't expect the state to hand out a welfare-like dole to our
county, but give us assistance to help ourselves. We believe this is
what this most recent designation is meant to do. It will be the
tools we need to rise up, again, from the ashes of adversity on our
,own. with just a little assistance.

We're Fortunate

THANKSGIVING WILL BE HERE before you know it-next
Thursday,. to be exact! It will be a day to give thanks for what we
have, what we have accomplished, and for our position in life.
'None of us can say that we aren't blessed, for we all are!
Even in our economic position, we can truthfully say, "We are
most blessed." Some have had it a little harder than others, but
nobody has gone hungry. suffered from the weather extremes, nor
gone without a roof over their heads.
Our town and county has continued to progress and grow
steadily. Our schools are adequate and modern. There's still plen-
ty of good things happening. A glance at The Star's front page will
attest to that.
EVEN THE ANNOUNCEMENT THAT a grand jury has been
impanelled to indict a couple for murder is a "happening" which
isn't the normal thing for us around here. When was the last time
you heard of a murder being committed in our town? in our
*Murders aren't our usual bill of fare. They are few and far
between, usually being committed by people who are just passing
We are fortunate to have so few in Gulf County or Port St. Joe.
We have them so seldom that a grand jury selection is almost
unheard of. What other location can boast this condition?
The commitment of a murder, the impanelling of a grand jury
*and other such unsavory events not coming to fruition are not the
!only things we are fortunate to be without. We are also fortunate
that the most frequent cause for arrests are "no drivers license"
and "driving under the influence". We're fortunate and blessed
that we have no "rage" in our schools or other public places.
We still have the finest spot in the world to live and rear a fam-
ily. free from fear and interference from unsavory forces.

Hunker Down With Kes by Kesley Colbert

SWater Under The ]
-- years by one stinking. measly,. word and it caused you to nmisspell
lousy, little ole day. I hated it but it it. she might give you another one.
just couldn't be avoided. I was And I am fully aware of just how
I ,ci.cki bhi instant reolav is m this country

Aw, man, this kidney stone is
still giving me problems. And they
cut the thing out two weeks ago!,
Wait a minutes Before you.,get
the mullet ready to wrap, this is
not another kidney stone story.. I
need your help
The pain from the stone
caused Cathy and me to cut short'
the first vacation we'd had in ten

She infornied me this morning
that because w\e didn't get to finish
the holiday as planned she was
declaring it a "no trip" and that I
had to take her back to
Charleston, South Carolina, in the
near future.
I've never heard of a "no trip"!
I don't think there is such a thing!
It can't possibly be legal!
We used to have "do overs"
when marble landed right orn the
line. And if you didn't understand'
how Miss Carolyn pronounced the

nght now but none of that
applies here We're talking
about getting in a car and dn\ing
500 miles and spending a %week-
end for goodness sakes!
We rode on the cobblestone
streets. We took the Civil War
walking tour. We stood and peered
down battery row. We boated over
to' Fort Sumter. We ate at the
downtown McDohald's. You're
going to tell me that's a "no trip"!
I don't think sol
I've tried to reason with her.

We spent two nights In the E-corn-
o-lodge Motel. Hey. that's 29.95 a
day! You can't tell me that I'm
spending that kind of money and
the tmp didn't happen! "Honey.
don't you remember the fight L
near 'bout had with the desk cl-erk.
because she insisted we had to pay
for the third night. We were there
It was a vacation! We saw.
Charleston!" ,
She doesn't want to be encum-
bered with, the facts. ... :
Listen toher thinking on this.;
She maintains that since we didnf
complete everything on our-"to' do".
list the trip doesn't count. It's like
"a baseball game that gets, rained,
out in the fourth inning-they,play
the entire game over."
Hal I've got her now. She does-
n't need to talk baseball with'met
"Cathy. yb'tire' right, but we were
there for two. out of three days.
That would put us in the seventh
inning at least which; would make
it a complete game when the rain
I must confess a little smu
ness with "the last statement. '1
don't win many discussions "with.
my- '
"Kes, you're counting time.
There is no time limit in baseball!
And you 'don't count time on4 a
vacation. 'You count the this
that you want to see. We didn't
take the mid-night haunting trip.
We didn't even get a glimpse of the
Citadel. we didn't get to eat at "the
little crab cake place down' oh
Market Street and we didn't see a
one of 'the many' old. southern
plantations. And, remember, the
historical mansions were the main
reason for picking Charleston.
From the stand point of the things
that we wanted to do, we were
barely out of the first inning."'
I hate baseball. And there is
certainly no analogy, between 'it
and a stupid vacation!
Folks, you can see why I need
your help oni this one. I'm not big
on polls of any kind. But I believe
in this situation one is warranted.
A marriage may be hanging on the
outcome. Please let me know that
you agree with me in the next week
or so and I will graciously pass
the results along to Cathy. ..: i
Or. if you see her, please mnik
her understand that a 500 mile
trip and a two night stay in a fancy
motel can not, under any circum4
stances, be counted as a "no tiipt
But approach her with
extreme caution. She's a h d
woman to reason with!
And don't let her "win ypu
over" with all that talk about me
taking away from our holiday by
whining over my side on the whole
trip. And don't let her "soakyou in"
with a line about me staying in bed
the. first day in Charleston. so it
was actually only a onie day vaca-
tion. You b*avre to watch her-she'll
twist your'words on'y6d.
You've got to stad with what's
right! '

12 Days and 12 Nights In the Belly ofa oop


(Thursday, November '"11,
Veterans' Day. It brings several
things to mind. First; I never did
serve in the armed services. I had
a bad leg, even back then, which
made: me 4F.' asi'ar as 'the' draft'
was concerned. .. .
Two things came to the fore-
front of ry miind as I sat down to
write this column, 'in spite of my
being 4F.:,One was a book I read
a couple of months ago. It was a
book which was set back during
the Revolutionary War, featuring
the role played .by the long rifle-
men of the period, who lived in
the woods and came out only to
join in .,the fighting.
These 'riflemen came from
several different states, but they
all fought Indians, trapped and.
hunted for a living and to stay,
alive. They read "sign" in the.
woods like you read a newspaper.
They were crack shots and every
one of them-could run the four
minute mile, which they did
immediately- after they fired off

Bt yPublished Ev

by The Star

FLORIA William H. Ra
CONsrTunTION Wesley R. Rom
Shirley Ramse

the one shot in, their long rifle.

backbone of the Revolutionary
army. The 'hero' of the book came
from the backwoods of
Pennsylvania and New York, fur-
nished his own 'uniform', rifle
and shot.
Entire companies were
formed of the riflemen.They went-
from place to place, walking! If
the fighting died down, they got
bored and just went home for a
spell. When they began to crave,
more excitement or a battle was
rumored to be in the making,
they came back to camp.

USPHS 51880
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Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
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The men mostly lived off the
land. It didn't take much to
entertain them: If they couldn't
fight the British or their Indian
allies, they fought each other.
Just give them a good fight, a jaw
full of chewing tobacco and a
ration of whiskey at night and
they would follow you anywhere.
This was the backbone of the
,Revolutionary army.

-number of years, but L just got
around to reading it.
It made entertaining reading,
as well as imparted a bit of histo-
ry. Those folks and those soldiers

Send Address Change to:
Post Office Box 308
Port St. Joe, FL 32457-0308
Phone (850) 227-1278


withstood a life of hardship to
make this nation.; It didn't take'
much to entertain them or pro-
vide a small 'treat', to make their
hardship more palatable.

Buzzett started talking, at the
Kiwanis Club,' telling about his
first experience with ,an ocean
cruise. As you might guess, his
first experience with an ocean
cruise was on a troop ship, sail-
ing for England during World War
Gannon told how he crossed
the United States, from his train-'
ing station in Texas to Boston,
where he boarded the phip.
"We spent tw'o days "and
nights on that troop train,' sitting
up in a day coach all the way. No
air conditioning and cinders,
blowing through the open win-,
dows to add to the experience,"
he said.
"After we arrived in Boston,
we were herded onto a big ship


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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.

and' sent below deck. 'Down,
down, we went until we were
about two decks from the bottom
of the hull. We were assigned a
space 'just large enough to lie in
and put our rucksack at our feet.
'"There were as many men on
that ship as they, could pack in,"
he remembered.
"We weren't allowed to come
up on the outside deck for 12
days and nights! We were kept
below deck for the entire trip,
eating twice a day and standing
in the chow line the remainder of
the day," he said.
"Several of the men became,
seasick in those cramped quar-
ters, stacked one on. top of the,
other. The smell became pretty
"After that trip across the
ocean, I was sort of glad to get
out of that, ship, even if it did
mean I had to go into battle," he
"The trip back was just like
it, but it wasn't as bad, because

we were coming home!"

spent his time in Europe getting
shot' at, frozen, starved, and
going without a bath. in three
separate battles, including rThe
Battle of the Bulge".
Gannonr remarked;,. "I c6uld-
n't take it now. I don't .even think
the young men of today could
stand the hardships we had to go
through. But, we did, simply
because we knew we had a job to
do and we did it withoutt a second
thought. We knew the entire
nation was united in purpose
behind us."
Gannon related his tale in a
sort of nmatter-of-fact :manner,
and the remainder of-those who
had served in the war nodded
assent, to his every observation.
I'm wondering if we could
find enough young men to suffer
those deprivations if we had it to
do over again?

St. Joseph Bay

November'19 12:39 p.m. L 0.6. 8:53 p.m. H 1.0
November 20 5:12 a.m. L 0.4 8:39 p.m. H 1.2
November 21 5:58 a.m. L 0.1 8:54 p.m. H 1.4
November 22 6:49 a.m. L",-0.1O 9:25 p.m. H 1.7
November 23 7:42 a.m. L '-0.3 10:05 p.m. H 1.8
November 24 8:37 a.m. L -0.5 10:51 p.m. H 1.9
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Centennial Preservation Grant

Committee Makes Presentation

Three representatives traveled written to incorporate
to Tallahassee Tuesday to support capped accessibility so ev
the Centennial Building Historic can enjoy this historic treas
Preservation Grant application. The advisory commit<
Ralph Roberson, Ralph Rish, and very complimentary of the
Diane Scholz went before the cation submitted by Mr. Ro
Division of Historic Preservation and the mayor's committee
Advisory Committee to provide It was comprehensi
answers to any- questions the scope, well documented wi
eight member committee might ters of confirmation to supp
haire. required match, and had ni
Mayor Frank Pate had ters of support and endorse
appointed a committee to seek to include U.S. Congre
grants to restore and preserve this Boyd, Sen. Pat Thomas, Re
historic building shortly after he Kilmer, the Gulf County Bc
took office in June. Commissioners, the Gulf (
The Centennial Building was Chamber of Commerce, th
built in 1938 to celebrate the County School Board, th
anniversary of tl4e signing in 1838 County Economic Develo
of the Florida Constitution here in Committee, and the Gulf
the City of Port St. Joe. The build- Tourist Development Couni
ing has served the community in Without the generous i
many beneficial, ways such as contribution of local engir
health fairs, job fairs, class firm, Preble-Rish Engine<
reunions and family reunions, $20,000 and a $5,000 coi
Because the building was tion from the stretched bu
constructed before air-condition- the City of Port St. Joe, the
ing'.was affordable and acoustic would not have met the
technology was a factor, there has requirement.
been an increasing desire by the Although the recomn
community to restore the building tion by the committee was
with i-these enhancements, fund the grant at $25,0C
In addition, the grant was give it a high priority status

Small Business Admin.


Kyle C. Balch, M.D. is the only
Fellowship trained Ophthalmic Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgeon in this area.
Having received his very specialized
training in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles,
California, and because he is a Board
Certified -Ophthalmologist, Dr. Balch is
able to offer the most
advanced techniques in
facial rejuvenation. Call
*today for an appointment
or more informationon
these & other procedures
that turn back time &
restore a younger & more
energetic appearance,
Kyle C. Balch, M.D.

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Red Tide Disaster Loans:

. Economics Injury Disaster
Loan assistance is now available
from the U. S. Small Business
Administration (SBA), Disaster
Assistance Program, to small non-.
farm businesses located in Gulf
County, and all contiguous couri-
tie$: .
- This assistance is available as
a result of economic injury caused,
by toxic algae blooms known as
"Red. Tide." This condition began
on. August 19, according to
Wilfredo Gonzalez, SBA's North
Florida District Director.
;, "To assist those businesses
that suffered economic injury as a,
result of this disaster, a tempo-
rary SBA disaster loan assistance
office will be open through Friday,
November 19th, from 8:00 a.m.

- n : (From Page 2)
:Whoever heard of a "no-trip"?
She's the only woman in the world
that could come up with some-
tlh'ing like this!
- We weren't playing marbles. It
was not a second grade spelling
bee. And there are- no instant
replays in real life. .
:vShe took her hand. off the
checker. She crossed the Rubicon.
You can't put the toothpaste back
in the tube. The die is cast. A card
laid is a card played .
Thanks for your support!

until 5:00 p.m.
SBA's office will be at the
Emergency Management Office in
the Gulf County Courthouse,
located at 1000 Cecil G. Costin Sr.
Boulevard in Port St. Joe," said
Michael C. Allen. SBA's Disaster
Area Director.
Economic Injury Disaster
Loans (ETDLs) provide working
capital to small businesses so
they can pay bills and meet nor-
mal operating expenses.
Maximum loans to a business'
of up to $1.5 million are available
at four percent interest with loan
terms of up to 30 years. SBA
determines eligibility for the pro-
gram based on the size and type of
business and its financial
Allen added, "I hope all busi-
ness owners will take advantage
of this opportunity to come in and
meet personally with a SBA repre-
sentative. They canr pick up an
application, get personal help
with completing their application.
and get answers to their questions
about the disaster loan program."
After the Port St. Joe office
closes on November. 19th, loan
applications and program infor-
mation will remain available by
calling the, SBA, toll free, at 1-
800-359-2227. The Telecommuni-
cations Device for 'the Deaf (TDD)
and speech impaired number is
(404) 347-3751. The telephones
are answered weekdays from 7:00
a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
The application deadline for
all economic injury loan assis-
tance is July 18. 2000.

will not be a final official decision
made until all applications are
Rep. Bev Kilmer is owed a
special thank you for personally
calling the committee last Friday
to again express support, and
make them aware of the
Governor's Executive order desig-
nating Gulf County as an "Area of
Critical Economic Concern."
The community's apprecia-
tion is also due Ralph Roberson
and the mayor's committee for
their diligent effort in preparing
an excellent application., Also
serving major roles in the, project
were Ralph Rish (Preble-Rish
Engineers), the Gulf County
Chamber of Commerce, and
Diane Scholz.

Act Now For Free
Home Inspection
As a special service and part
of the "Breaking the Cycle" pro-
gram developed by the Floridar
Department of Community Affairs
(DCA), it wants you and other '
homeowners to reduce the dam-
age to your house caused by nat-
ural, disaster.
The Department of Commu-"
nity Affairs is, so committed to
making sure that your home is as
wind resistant as possible, it will
send a certified inspector to per-
form a FREE structural inspec-
tion of your home. This inspection
is based on DCA's Wind
Resistance Checklist.
After the inspection, you will
be provided with a Wind
Resistance Relief Report on your
home. This report will outline
your home's hurricane hazard,
risk, retrofit options for your
home, and a cost/benefit analy-
But, they won't stop there
DCA has partnered with the
Federal .Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) and Fannie Mae,
the largest source of funding of
home mortgages, to help you
finance any improvements that
may be needed.
These installment loans.
called the Project Impact
Prevention Loan Program, will
help you make disaster resistant
home improvements.
Enrollment is limited. These
free home inspections will be
offered on a first come. first serve
basis. The inspections are for sin-
gle family site built homes-no
condos, townhomes, apartments
or mobile homes. This open
enrollment is only until
Friday, November 19, so call
the toll free number--
877/FLA-3222 nowl!

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A large crowd attended the first annual Boater's Flea Market at the Port St. Joe Marina this
past Saturday. Highlight of the morning was a fly-over by the ultralight aircraft from Panama City.


ditch or reconfiguring it, so the
current enclosed drainage pipes
are not so easily impacted by high
A retaining pond would also
be very beneficial by increasing
capacity and gain credits from the
Department of Environmental
Protection for treating the
stormwater. Those credits could,
be beneficial to the city as they.
look at future projects such as
parking lots In the downtown

(From Page 1)
by the courts to insure that all
creditors had a chance to be
included. Creditors have been
notified of the extension and given
the corrected address and a
current list of creditors.
Additional court hearings are
planned for November 30th at
10:00 p.m. It is still not certain
that the court will approve Stone's
proposed plan. but the court will
be considering it over the next
several weeks as creditors have
the option to voice any objections.
Florida Coast Paper Company
President Harold D. Wright has
said that it is premature to com-
ment on what Stone's plans for
the mill might.be-until the bank-
ruptcy court rules on the propos-,

The largest area of concern is
the fact that no; stormwater
drainage exists along First Street.
Kennedy said if a drain system
was installed in that area, it;
would not only help in the down-
town area. but could also provide
some relief for Highway 98
between First Street and the over-
pass. The area Is especially sty-
ceptible to flooding dunng periods
of heavy rainfall.
Mayor Frank Pate pointed out
that the Florida Department of
Transportation needs to provide
some help also. especially with
drainage pipes across Highway
The city will be looking for
grant assistance to help fund.
major improvements to the down-
towon drainage system. Grant
applications are already being
made to help relieve the .problem
in the First Street area as part of.
infrastructure development needs
for the future development of Port
City Shopping Center, to be con-.
structed at the comer of High way
98 and First Street
In Other Business
*The board tabled a request
from Greg Summers for a vari-
ance. The board named members
of a new Planning and
Development Review Board that
will review such requests to the
board. Mayor Pate also gave the
board a list of recommended
development review fees for them

From Page 1

to look over for future considera-
*Decided to- get an estimate
from Sue Marley to survey streets
and lay-but atf the cemetery in
preparation for paving. "
*Agreed; to ,-, allow Marthai
Stewart 30 days for permitting.
and siLx months to complete reno-1
nation work on a home located at
708 Long Avenue that belongs to
Stewart Is 'requesting the
board to halt other condemnation
and demolition plans and allow
her to bring the home up to. code.
According to City Attorney Billy
Joe Rish. Stewart is posting a
$4,000 bond to seal the agree-
*Commissioner David Horton
and Public Works Supenntendent
Terry McDaniel agreed. to look
into lighting problems along the
seawall adjacent to St. Joe

Thank You
I would Like to express my sincere
hanks to the Police, Emergency
Services, the staff at Gulf Pines
Hospital and others who assisted me
after I was involved in an accident at
Garrison Rd. and Fifth Street in Port
St. Joe on 51h October 1999,
Margaret Ihitniley-Smith
St. Joe Beach

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upcoming holidays and the new' millennium; while at the same time,, :
our staff will be available to answer any questions that you
might have concerning our computer operations, or any further .
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Sunset Ceremony Unites Campbe

Shanna Leigh Campbell and
Higdon Stone Swatts were united
in marriage on September 11, at
7:00 CT, at the Italian style villa
home of the bride's parents in
Panama City.
The bride is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. James D. Campbell
of Panama City, and the grand-
daughter of Marjorie Thrash of
Lynn Haven, and Ester Campbell
of Panama City.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Higdon Swatts of
Panama City 'and Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Cannon of Port St. Joe. He is
the grandson of Evelyn Newberry
of Panama City and Mr. and Mrs.
William C. Williams, and the late
Marion Williams and the late Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph A. Swatts of Port
St. Joe.
A beautiful sunset wedding
ceremony was officiated, by a long-'
time pastor and friend of the
bride, Reverend Norman Carr. The
family members were seated
inside the pool pavilion that was
accented with a large floral
arrangement over the arch of the
Wedding guests were seated.
in the garden area by the pool
-where a pair of life-size floral,

descended down the stairway to
the pavilion. Her beautiful ivory
wedding gown of shanting silk
was a basque silhouette sheath
and featured a portrait neckline
embellished with crystals and
She accessorized her wedding
gown with her mother's pearl
necklace and earrings, and car-
ried a bouquet of blush roses
accented with a large ivory, silk
organza bow. Her hair was
adorned with white sweetheart
roses and baby's breath.
Immediately following the
wedding ceremony, the father of
the bride made a toast to his
daughter and son-in-law, and
invited the wedding guests to a
catered buffet dinner reception
held in the formal dining room of
their home.
A centerpiece on the dining
table held a large oriental vase'
filled with six dozen mixed roses
that made a beautiful focal point
for the dinner reception. The.
bride's table held a three-tier fon-
dant wedding cake topped with a
bouquet of white sweetheart
The bride's book was kept by
Tracey Langbehn of Atlanta,

Mercer University with a B.A.
degree in marketing and was
"Miss Mercer," in the "Miss
Georgia Pageant." She toured:
throughout the state of Georgia,
entertaining with "Miss Georgia
Superstars." She is employed wi th
the Staff Source as the territorial
manager in Atlanta, 'Georgia.
The groom is self-employed .
and owner of Higdon Heating and
Air, Inc. i, Atlanta,Georgia.
A family wedding dinner was,
hosted by the bride's great aunt,
Doris Shingler, at the Black

Final Plans
A November 20 wedding is
planned for Pamela DeAnn Young
and John Ralston Dew for 6:00
p.m. at the Coombs House Inn,
located at 80 Sixth Street in
A reception will follow. All
friends and relatives are invited to

ll, Swatts
Angus Restaurant on September
10 in Panama City. The, bride :
elect gave the groom-elect a large p
chocolate groom's cake that was ;
served after the family dinner, aylnd
they exchanged their wedding.
gifts from each other.
A bridal luncheon was given.
on Jul\ 31 at Miss Mitties' 'lea'
Room and was hosted by Debbl-
Falcome. Tiffany Chauvin. and.
Karn Sacklyn. all of Atlanta..

Gina the Clown
is available for birthday
parties. Magic, face painting:
balloons and games. Or have
your party at Slice and Ice in
Mexico Beach. Party room
includes clown show, pizza,
drinks and ice cream.
No fuss no muss.
Call 850-648-4772.

Chris Bowen-Levee Bacani

Arsenio and Leonor Bacani, of received her bachelor's degree in
Panama City, and Karl and pharmacy from the University of
Shei-rie Bowen, of Port St. Joe, are Texas. She is employed as a phar-
pleased to announce the forth- macist with WalMart.
coming marriage of their children, ;
Levee Bacani, of, Panama City, The groom is a graduate of
and .Chris Bowen, of Fort Port St. Joe High School and
Lauderdale, on January 8, 2000. received his bachelor of science
The bride to be is a graduate degree in biochemistry at Florida
of Panama City Christian in State University. He is employed
Panama City. She graduated from as a chemist/stability coordinator
Florida State University with a for Guidelines Analytical Labora-
bachelor's degree in physics and stories in Fort Lauderdale.

swans floated gracefully.
Bouquets of lilies, snap-dragons.
and asparagus fern cascaded
down the stair railing from the
terrace. and large. iron pedestal
urns were filled with matching flo-
ral arrangements that were placed
at the base of the stairs
Numerous votive candles
placed on the tables in the garden
area created a romantic ambience
for the evening ceremony.
As the Reverend Carr and the
groom took their place under the
arch of the pool pavilion the bride
sang to the groom, "Valentine."
The bride was radiant as she
was escorted by. her father from
the terrace of the house, and

Georgia and Tanya
Panama City.

Pippin of

A professional entertainer,
and friend of the bride and groom,
Rich Beatty from Atlanta, Georgia
sang a song requested by the
bride, "Cross My Heart," arid pro-
vided entertainment for the
The bride and groom extend-
ed their appreciation to their fam-
ilies and friends for helping them
celebrate their marriage, and
departed the wedding reception in
a limousine. The couple resides in
Kenesaw, Georgia after returning
from their wedding trip to Rome,
The bride is a graduate of

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Closing Tuesday, November 9th and will
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Please come see us before or after these dates for your gift selections.
We look forward to serving you.

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Monday Sunday, 7 Days a Week

Ladies & Youths Christmas Embroidery
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Dixie Theatre to Host Evening

of.Irish Entertainment

S TrudyeLee Huddleston-


LaRue Huddleston of
Wewahitchka, and Clyde
Huddleston of Marietta, Ohio,
together, announce the engage-
Wiment and forthcoming marriage of
their daughter. Trudye Lee
'H'uddleston, to Christopher John
.Klement, son- of Will and Julie
Klement of Mission, Texas.
: r The couple will Be married at
.:7,00 p.m. on November 27, at the
Cli1 istian Fellowship Church in
lyfcAllen, Texas. Wedding invita-


Maverick Dylan Smith

First Birthday
Maverick Dylan Smith turned
ooe-orr ictober 8.-His first birth-
fay part' was celebrated at home
.10vth family and friends.
Maverick Is the son of
Jonathan and Becky Smith. He is
the grandson of.Donald and
Elizabeth Keith of Greenwood,
;and Judy Whitfield and Tommy
Smith of Tallahassee.

S. v'" .85Open


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Christopher John Klement

to Wed

tions are being sent, but all
friends of the couple are invited to
A reception will take place
after the wedding at the Cimarron
Country Club in Mission, Texas.
Trudye is the granddaughter
of the late Jack and Bernice
Tillman of Gulf County and the
late Frank and Maude Huddleston
of Prince Edward County,

United Daughters
of the Confederacy
The United Daughters of the
Confederacy will be meeting at the
home. of Jane Forster. located at
605 Fortner Avenue in Mexico
Beach, on Monday, November 15,
at 7:00 p.m., ET.
All members are urged to
attend this meeting.

Final Wedding Plans
Final. wedding plans have
been announced for Kelli Jones
and Jason Creamer.
The wedding will be held
Saturday, November 20th, at 5:00
p.m., CT, at the First Baptist
Church in Wewahitchka.
A reception will immediately
follow at the Wewahitchka Com-
munity Center. All friends and rel-
atives are invited to attend.

sei izn /nYu


Th Stairr

The historic Dixie Theatre in
Apalachicola and the Tallahas-
see/Sligo Ireland Sister City
Program will sponsor an incredible?
evening of Irish theatre, poetry,
and music as presented by the
Yates Theatre Company of Sligo
Ireland. This special return
engagement to north Florida
comes after their triumphant
1998 tour.
"The enthusiastic and packed
houses from last year's tour made
us hungry to return," says Yates'
Theatre Company executive direc-
tor Edmund Henry in a phone
interview from Sligo, Ireland.
"There is a special kinship
and understanding of the shared
human experience demonstrated
by the people of north Florida
(Yates' grandson lives part-time in
Tallahassee) and Sligo Ireland-
sharpened by Yates' keen words."
Yates' theatre pieces are intimate
and introspective-bringing care-
ful insight to the. human disposi-
This year's tour will be made
even more special as they present
two Yates plays (Purgatory and
The Cat and The Moon) featuring
eight performers.
Plus they've added the spirit-,
ed music of Ulllianne piper
Jarleth McTiernan (who tours

internationally with Michael
Flatley's 'Lord of the Dance'),
Seamus Tansey (Ireland's top flu-
tiebt), and Padriag Meehan
(internationally acclaimed gui-
tarist). The combination of the-
atre, poetry and great music. will
make this a spectacular evening!
This presentation will take

place at the Dixie Theatre in
Apalachicola on Saturday,
November 20th at 8:00 p.m., and
on Sunday, November 21st, at
2:30 p.m.
Tickets are $10 and available
at the Dixie Theatre box office or
by phone at (850) 653-3200.

Wewahitchka Woman's Club

The regular meeting of the
Wewahitchka Woman's Club took
place on Wednesday, November
10th, at the Gulf Coast Electric
'Coop lounge. In the absence of
president E. J. Keller, vice presi-
dent Martha Lanier conducted the
meeting. 'Twenty members were
present along with one guest,
Vivian Stokes.
Club 'member Carol Vlahos
presented an interesting program
relating her itinerary and experi-
ence on a recent trip to Egypt and
the Holy Land. On display were
articles she had purchased while
there. Other club members who
'made the trip were Charlotte
Bro\~wn and Mary Lee Pitts.
During the business meeting,
treasurer Betty Cudebec reported
that $900 was. cleared on the

recent fall bazaar. Winners in the
fall bazaar drawings included
June Gore (quilt), Rae Floyd and
Betty Owens (paintings), Vera
Rozier (grill), and Kayla Hall (doll),
Mrs. Cudebec stated that the
Bunny Mahler memorial scholar-
ship fund is growing.
Plans were. made for upcom-
ing club projects including
preparing dinner for the senior
citizens on November 12th and
finalizing details for the December
13th Christmas party.


much, but God is
Your Fami
S. and yo

Cullen Ramsey Kerigan

Birth Announcement
Tim and Alison Kerigan are
'proud to announce the birth of
their son, Cullen Ramsey Kerigan.
Cully was born on October 16, in
Geneva, Illinois. He weighed 6
pounds, 5 ounces and measured
18 3/4 Inches. -;--,,'

Proud grandparents are Jack
and Lynn Kerigan of Mexico
Beach and Bob and Jean Arnoldi
of Shorewood, Illinois. Great
grandmothers are Ruth Ramsey of
Port St. Joe, Florence Arnoldi. of
Shorewood, Illinois, and Rachel
Jackson of Joliet, Illinois. "

Bayleigh Elizabeth Ramsey

Chris and Mary Ann Ramsey
would like to announce the birth
of their daughter, Bayleigh
Elizabeth Ramsey. Bayleigh was
born'on October 2nd at Eglin AFB
Hospital. She weighed seven
pounds seven ounces and was 19
inches long. She was welcomed
home by her big sister, Taylor.
Proud grandparents are Larry
and Myra B.Td of White City and
Alford and Laura Ramsey of Port
St. Joe.

I t.'.:,l,- .I u n t._.: gi up-- luSt pray
to i:_':, d ..n- ,-, ''i ',i- "I t...a.e., He knows
rn ,. he-.,rt
njd .-'e tlhinrk GO:l ,u I tt us little
Rod. We love and miss you so very
still good all the time.
ly-The Thomas, Lewis, Ponder,
Dur brother Rodrick Chambers

Ashley Nicole Hammond

Birth Announcement
Ashley Nicole Hammond was
born September 23 and, weighed
five pounds and 15 ounces.
Ashley's proud parents are
Gordon and Patricia Hammond.
Her maternal grandmother is
the late Monica Lassiter and her
proud grandparents are James
and Robin Lassiter, and J.W. and
Patricia Hammond, all of



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NPSJ Parent Boosters
Host Fifth Quarter
The North Port St. Joe Parent
Boosters hosted its final "Family
Fifth Quarter" activity for parents
and children after Port St. Joe
High School's homecoming last
Friday. Over 75 children and par-
ents went to the Washington
Improvement Group Teen Cehter
for 90 minutes of "food," "fu'n,"
and "facts." '
During the gathering, Billy
Charles Quinn, Jr. gave a ni'ef
overview of plans that are being
developed by parents in coilarbra-
tion with local churches and con-
munity partners that addresses
the needs of families as they relate
to children academically, cultur-
ally, spiritually, as well as social-
Booster chairman Sharon
Speights explained that the pri-
mary goal of the "parent boosters"
is to serve as a resource to Tar-
ents and families in establishing a
more effective family unit; one
that fosters positive growth% and
development of its children.
She also, stated that for this
goal to become a reality, parents.
grandparents, etc. must become
active participants in local sdliobol,
"faith" based, and community
activities being provided for chil-
All interested parents and cit-
izens are invited to attend the
next planned, booster activity on
Monday, November 22nd, at 7:00
p.m. in the WIG Teen Center.
During this meeting, informa-
tion will be disseminated outl in i ng
tips to parents on assisting'chil-
dren with homework and prepar-
ing them for tests, as' well as
where local tutorial services are
being provided ; around the com-

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Garden Club Celebrates 50th



The public is encouraged to
attend the open house, Thursday,
November '18, from 6:00 to 8:00
p.m. (ET) at the Garden Center,
;:'-216 8thStreet, in Port St. Joe.
Refreshments will be' served and
guest speaker for the evening will
be Billy Joe Rish, who will be giv-
ing a: history of the Club at 7:00.

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Shrimp Crabs *
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Fri .

All Dining
& other

By Jessica Summers,
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will commemorate 50 years of
horticulture and history, Thurs-
day, with an open; house at the
Garden Center.
The Garden Club, organized
in 1948, became a member of the
Florida Federation of Garden
Clubs, Inc. in 1949. The club was
formed with the purpose of public
education in horticulture, civic
beautification, and to promote
historical preservatl6n. The local
branch of this state-wide organi-
zation now has 21 active mem-
Along with its half-century
mark, the Garden Club will be cel-
ebrating the listing of the Garden
Center-the old Catholic church-
on the State 'Historical Register.
The Garden Club has owned the
building for the last 30 years.
A remodeling and landscaping
project was put into -motion in
1997 when the building's age,
exceeding 70 years, began to
manifest in the structure and
overall appearance of the' build-
ing. The remodeling has been fin-
ished and, with the help of Gulf
County Extension Agent Roy Lee
Carter and Martin Gay and crew,
all around the "Garden Center" is
green and blossoming.
The project was funded by
Jessie Ball duPont grants,,;mone-
tary gifts from the Alfred I. fluPont
Fund, support from the county
and city of Port St. Joe, Garden
Club cookbook sales, and dona-
tions from the public.
This, successful group of
women has made its mark
through the community with
efforts to educate citizens of all
The ladies have held a gar-
dening project with fifth grade
classes at Port St. Joe elementary,
and, held a community, grafting
class. Additionally, the Garden
Club has worked diligently pre-
serving the history of the Garden
Center with the recent renova-


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Sheriff's Beat

On Wednesday, November
1DPth, Joseph Reeder, of
,Wewahitchka, was arrested on
seven counts of worthless checks.
Reeder, 58, was making an
, appearance in county court for
driving under the influence; when
his name was called, deputies
r ~-ecognized that he had warrants
bri him.
He was arrested and taken to
th. Gulf County Jail and released
on a $750 bond.
Gulf county Sheriffs
.,Department Sgt. Stacy Strickland
.4was traveling on Highway 98,
Ilear the Franklin County line, on
,Suinday, November 14th, when an
approaching vehicle failed to dim
'its bi-ght lights.
S. gt. Strickland, stopped the
vehicle and gave the driver a ver-
S 'bal warning. The dispatcher
advised him that two active war-
rants were on file at the sheriffs
,',office for failure to appear and
l'-failure to pay fines on worthless
checks. ,
SThe driver, William Collins,
'46, of Apalachicola, was arrested
-and taken tothe Gulf County Jail.
- On Friday, November 12th, a
.1,-itransient, Charles Edwards was
r.-arrested on charges of aggravated
batteryer. Deputies received a call
, in reference to a person being
stabbed with a screwdriver.
... Florida Marine Patrol Officer
Tony Leefwas the first to arrive on

Myrtha K. Peters
Myrtha Keaton Peters, 94, of
*,Port .St. Joe, passed away
r Tuesday, November 9, in Port St.
,;Joe. A native of Carrabelle, she
has been a resident of Port St. Joe
since 1922.
Along with her husband, she
owned and operated D. P. Peters
and Son Grocery. She was also a,
member of New Bethel A.M.E.
Church, and the Orders of the
Eastern Star, Calanthe, and
Heroine,s of Jericho. ;,,,
Survivors include her son,
Damon P. Peters, Jr., of Port St.
S Joe; a daughter-in-law, Jean C.
Peters, of Port St. Joe: two grand-
:daughters. Darylynn Peters Lewis
of New York City, New York and
S'ay Alexis Peters of Philadelphia,
,Pennsylvania: two brothers,
tiWalter Thompson and Charles
hompson. both of the San
rancisco Bay. California area: a
oddaughter. Ret. Colonel
Dorothy Mount of San Antonio,
ITexas; and a host of loving nieces.
19ephews, and other relatives and
I Funeral services were held at
1:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November
0i6, at New Bethel A.M.E. Church.
fnterment followed in Forest Hill
1 All services were under the
direction. of Comforter Funeral
Home of Port St. Joe.

'Sam W. Barber
-' Sam W. Barber, of Port St.
,Poe, died Friday. November 12. at
punbndge 'are and Rehabili-
tation Centei He had been a res-
Ident of Gull Countv since 1976.
'iand was an active Mason for more
tan 40 years. He was also a
member of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church. and was retired
from Civil Service as a machinist
Mr. Barber is survived by his
wvfe of 36 years, Edna (Hurley)
barberr: two daughters. Yvonne
'_agnussen of Hollister.
M_ Massachusetts, and Teresa
Brake. of Overstreet: he was pre-
ceded in death by his son.
'Eugene. of Corinth. Mississippi.
e is also survived by five step-
_hildren: 17 grandchildren: seven
[great-grandchildren: four sisters:
'two brothers: and many nieces
S.gnd nephews.
? Funeral services were held on
Monday. November 15. at 11:00,
a.m. at Long Avenue Baptist
Church. with Dr. Dan Duncan
rfficiating. Members of Port St.
0oe Lodge # I ll F&AM served as
All services were under the
!direction of Comforter Funeral
Home of Port St. Joe.

Hubert Stripling
i Hubert Stripling, 83, of Oak
Grove. passed away Wednesday,
November 10, .in Port St. Joe. A
native of Holmes County, he has
_Ibeen a resident here since 1942,
.and was retired from St. Joe
Paper Company.
Survivors include his brother,
Herman Stripling, of Port St. Joe;
tand several nieces, nephews, and

the scene. He spoke with the vic-
tim who had a minor cut to the
arm. She stated a' man
approached her and her husband
and cut her with a screwdriver.
She also. said the suspect had left
the area on a bicycle.
Lee observed the man on his
bike on Highway 98 near St. Joe
Beach and detained him until
deputies arrived.
Edwards, 51, of parts
unknown, was arrested by
Deputy Paul Beasley and taken to
the Gulf County Jail.
STuesday, November 9th-
Floyd Babb. 71, W/M, of Port St.
Joe, trespass after warning;
Arthur Addison, Jr., 42, W/M, of
Port St. Joe, failure to appear on
charges of resisting with violence
and trespass in an occupied
structure; Gary Hicks, 18, W/M,
ofWewahItchka, aggravated bat-
tery; ahd Alphonsa 'Holiday, 41,
W.M, of Port St. Joe, driving
under the influence.
Wednesday, November 10th--
Rex Smith, 37, W/M, of
Wewahitchka, failure to appear on
two counts of battery.
Sunday, November 14th-
David Brown, 44, B/M, olf Port St.
Joe, aggravated battery.


Ralph T. Toomey, 75, of
Mexico Beach, was arrested on
Thursday, November 1lth, at
approximately 5:51 p.m. by Port
St. Joe Police Department Officer

The funeral service was held
at 2:00 p.m., CT (3:00 p.m., ET),
Sunday, November 14, at Midway
Methodist Church in Holmes
County. Interment followed in
Midway Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home of Port St. Joe. -

Sophie M. Fendley
Sophie "Tinker" McGee
Fendley, 85, of Port St. Joe, died
in Atlanta. Georgia on Wednes-
day, November 10th. Family and
friends will remember "Tinker" as
a loving wife and mother who
never met a stranger and cher-
ished her relationship with
Jehovah God.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 52 years, Pope Fendley, of
Port St. Joe; three daughters.
Rochelle Fendley Cooper (Rainey),
Margaret Mashburn Fendley
(Tiny), Cassandra Fendley"
Roberts (Cookie): one son. William
Harvey Fendley (Bill): one grand-
daughter, Davis McGee Roberts;
two sons-in-law, Charles S.
Roberts and Mike Cooper: one sis-
ter-in-law, Cassandra McGee of
Orangeburg, South Carolina; one
brother-in-law; six nephews, and'
three nieces.
Funeral services were held on
Saturday. November 13, at the
Kingdom Hall of.- Jehov'ah's
Witnesses in N.E. Atlanta.
Georgia. with Ministers Andrew
Mallas, William Milton, and
Lawrence Blackwell officiating.
Cremation Society of Ge&ogia was
in charge of the arrangements.
Memorial services will be held
at. 3 p.m. on Saturday. November
20,' at the Kingdom Hall of
,Jehovah's Witnesses, located at
335. Selma Street in St. Joe
Beach, with Ministers Bart Waller
and Michael Harris officiating.

Chris Teeter for violating his pre-
trial release agreement for the
charge of burglary and possession
of burglary tools.
In Toomey's release agree-
ment it stated that he was not to
be in Gulf County or have contact :
with a co-defendant from a previ-
ous charge. Toomey was 'taken
into. custody without incident and
transported to the Gulf County
Jennifer L. Brackins, 28, of
Gulf County, was arrested at
about 10 a.m. on Friday,
November 12th, by Officer Ross
Yowell on an active warrant for
failure to appear.
The warrant was issued for
Brackins' failure to appear to
answer the charge of failure to
return leased property. Brackins
had heard that she had an active
warrant for her arrest and turned
herself in at the police station.


Apalachicola's Annual Christmas

Celebration Lights Up Nov. 26th

This year's historic Apalachi-
cola Christmas celebration will
light up Apalachicola on
November 26. From 5-00 to 9:00
p.m.' the streets of downtown
Apalachicola will be lined with
luminaries and filled with holiday
spirit. Merchants will be open late
and there will be plenty of activi-
ties for the kids.
The sounds of carolers will
echo through the streets filling
the evening with Christmas spirit.
Horse-drawn carriage rides will be
available to take visitors through
Apalachicola's historic downtown.
The highlight, of course. will
be the big guy himself. Santa will
7,arrive on the Governor Stone. an
:1877 historic sailing schooner, at
6:00 p.m. at the city dock on
Water Street, across from City
?Hall. Santa will hear children's
Christmas wishes and the Love

Beach PD Log. Thank You

During last week, the Mexico
Beach Police Department
answered 46 calls for service and
investigated four thefts; there
were no reported burglaries or
During this same period offi-
cers of the department investigat-
ed one traffic crash which result-,
ed in no injuries and a total of
$1.000 combined property dam-
age. The officers issued 11 traffic
warnings and seven traffic cita-

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Free Presentation on our gri
Revocable Living Trusts omn
I: .many
Florida Estate Service of month'
Attorney A. Patricia Barwick and sh
would like to invite everyone to i0 ened.
attend a free educational presen- call ho
station on revocable' living trusts. all bles
This free presentation will be held In C
at the Veterans of Foreign Wars P ant
Post #10069, located at 1774 Patti,
Trout Avenue in Highland View on
Thursday, December 2nd, at
10:30 a.m.
Issues to be discussed will -.,
include: willis versus living trusts.
how to avoid probate, conserv- I j
atorship and eliminate unneces-
sanr estate taxes..Take. control of .'..
your estate. .pDp:.,, ~lack, of
knowledge 'cost your family thou- ,r, ,
sands! Learn wvhat options are
Couples are encouraged to
attend together-this is an oppor-
tunity to make sound decisions
about your estate plan. Reser-
vations are preferred, but every-
one is welcome.
The firm is headquartered at.
5201 West Kennedy Boulevard
#604, Tampa, FL 33609. Affiliate
offices are located in major metro- '
politan cities across America.
Reservations can be made by i!
calling (800) 874-8724, (Attend-
ants are available 24 hours a day.)

SGA Pie Auction
The Port St. Joe High School
Student Government Associa-
tion's annual pie auction will be
held on Monday, November 22, at -
6:00 p.m. in the Commons Area
at Port St. Joe High School.
Everyone Is encouraged to go
out and support the PSJHS i
Student Government Assocla- ;,
tion-and leave with a delicious
homemade plel
New! Door Prize!
Anyone who buys a pie 'on
Monday night will have a chance
at a $50 cash prize drawing!!

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is with humble hearts that
press our most sincere
nation to each of you who
hared an act of kindness
.he Parker family In the
loss of your friend, Bill,
ir loved one. '
e food, flowers, calls, visits,
Bibles, and contributions
ion 2000 at Long Avenue
t Church are tangible testi-
s of your love and compas-
ur gentle words of encour-
nt and hugs have sustained
tough difficult moments. We
hat Bill is experiencing his
in Jesus and that softens
ef. '
ir community has suffered
difficulties in the past
s. but the spirit of caring
haring has not been damp-
There is no better place to
me. Praise God from whom
ssings flow!
hrist's Love, Mary, Carol,
Granny, Leslie and Jimbo

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Center Band will perform.
'Join them: for an old-fash-

Hunter Ed Course
in Franklin County
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
is offering a hunter education
course in Franklin County in'
The 16 hour course will be
taught at the Apalachicola
Community Center,' located at' 1
Bay Avenue in Apalachicola, from
6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Friday,.
December 3; from 8:00 a.m. until
5:00 p.m. on Saturday, December
4; and from 8:00,a.m. until 12:00
noon on Sunday, December 5.
Attendance is required at all class
sessions and the range in order to
complete the course.
The course Is required for
anyone born. on or after June 1.
1975 to purchase a hunting
Persons interested in attend-
ing this course are asked to call
the FWC's regional office in
Paniama City at (850) 265-3676 to

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Project Grad Helping

With Letters From Santa

Christmas. is rapidly ap-
proaching and many youngsters
will be writing letters to Santa
Claus. This year Santa will be
answering many of those letters
personally, with a little help from
the WHS 2000 Project Graduation
Children who write Santa in
care of Project Graduation will
receive a prompt, personal reply
on colorful holiday stationery.
Parents need only. enclose $2.00
and make certain that their
child's address is correct.
Parents .may also jot Santa a
note if they would like him to
mention something specific In his
reply; for example, how hard the
child is working in school or that
he would like to see him/her work
harder at keeping the bedroom
Parents may also want to
indicate what Santa will be bring-
ing this year, so that he doesn't
promise something he can't deliv-
These letters are certain to
make the holidays more special
for many youngsters, and parents'
have the gratification of knowing

the proceeds will benefit a drug
- and alcohol-free graduation cele-
Letters may be dropped off at
the mailbox located in the main
office of Wewahitchka Elementary
School or mailed to: Santa Claus,
c/o 2000 Project Graduation, P.O.
Box 1471, Wewahitchka, FL
After Santa responds to each
letter, he will forward them to The
Star for printing. The 2000 Project
Graduation committee is appre-
ciative of all community support.

Pecan Pies for
The Holidays!!
The Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association Is taking
orders for pecan pies. The price
will be $5.00. Please call 229-
8466 to place your order. All pro-
:ceeds will be used to help pay for
meals and transportation. The'
pies will be delivered a couple of
days before Thanksgiving and

Gulf Co. Health Dept. Says "Thanks"'

The Gulf County Health
Department administrator and
staff would like to express their
appreciation to those who con-

Sincere Gratitude
Members of the Port St. Joe
High School Student Government
Association would like to express
their sincere gratitude and deep-
est thanks to all who made the
city-wide pep rally a success last
Thursday, November 11.
Without such a devoted
community, administration, and
student body. they would not be
able to have such wonderful
events, and do all that they did
during homecoming week.
Special thanks-go to the fol-
lowing businesses for their sup-
port: The Sctar, Citizens Federal,
Windolf Construction, Heart's
Desire, and Gulf Fabricating.
They would also like to thank
the City of Port St. Joe, the fire
department, and the police
'" Department for all they did. ,

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tribute, either by participation or
through donations, to the free
breast and pap clinics during the
month of October.
Once again they were able to
screen women of the communi-
ty-free of charge. This is a valu-
able and potentially life saving
service provided through the
kindness and generosity of the fol-
lowing businesses and individu-

Ard's 'Florist (Ann Guffey),
Gulf Sands Restaurant (Joyce
Britt), Portside Trading Company
(Marie Todd), and Ryan's Salad,
and Sandwich Shop (Julie Laine
and Paige Johnson).

Note of Thanks
The family of the late Nicie
Mae Hogue would like to take this
opportunity to thank everyone
that had a part In making our loss
easier to bear.
The prayers, kind words,
food', cards, and flowers remind&
us' of how blessed we are to have'
people like you in our community.
May God richly bless each of
you is our prayer. .
S The Hogue Family

Special Thanks!
The junior class at Port St.
Joe High School would like ,to
thank the following for their sup-
port-PSJ Fire Station, Windolf
Construction, Cooper's Cut and
Style, and Heart's Desire. You
made a first place float possible!
Thanks again. .
A special thanks goes to Kim
Thomas for all her help over the
past three years. .

Sweet Potato Pies
New Bethel A.M.E. Church.
located at 146 Avenue C in Port
St. Joe, will be selling sweet ppta-
to pies for $4.00 each. The sale
started on Wednesday, November
17, and will continue through
Monday. November 22. To place
an 6rder call 229-8926, 229-6470
or 229-6179.

Highway 71 in northern Gulf County is currently being paved
by C. W. Roberts Construction. County Commissioner Billy
Traylor is shown at left with Johnny Yon during a day at work on
the resurfacing project last week.

Gulf Rifle Club Matches Held

The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
three separate .22 RF rifle
benchrest matches on Saturday
morning. November 20th. Set-up
and registration will start at 8:30
and the first match, an ARA
match, will start at 9:30.
The ARA match is a precision
bullseye match fired with the rifle
supported on a benchrest. A tar-
.get with 25 bullseyes is placed 50
yards from the firing line and the
shooter has 20 minutes to fire a
shot at each bullseye. There are
no restrictions on rifle weight."
scope power or grade of ammo.
Maximum possible score is 2,500.
After the completion of the
ARA match a modified IR 50/50
match, will be shot. This match
consists of a target with 25
bullseyes placed at 50 yards from
the firing line. One shot is allowed
to be fired at each bullseye with a
time limit of 30 minutes.'
The rifle will be restricted to a
sporter type .22 rifle with a weight
limit of 8.5 pounds. Scope power
cannot be set greater than 6.5
power and the cost of the .22
ammo cannot exceed' 82.00 per,-
Just about any good squirre
rifle.will work in this match, and f
by limiting the cost of the ammo,
anyone can afford to shoot this
match. Shooters under 18 years ,,
are not charged entry fees. b
The third match will be',
another IR 50/50'match with the "
rifle weight limit increased to 10.5
pounds. There are' no limits on
scope power or cost of' .22 LR
ammunition: In both .IR 50\50
matches the maximum possible
score is 250.
Last Saturday, the club held
Its monthly .22 rimfire bullseye
and hunter pistol metallic silhou-

Accounting and Taxes

For Small Business
Gulf Coast Community
College's Small Business Develop-'
ment Center and the Veteran's
Business Outreach Center, will
offer a seminar entitled, "Account-
ing and Taxes for Small
Businesses" on Tuesday, Decem-
ber 14, from 5:00 until 9:00 p.m.
at Gulf Coast Community College
in the Lifelong Learning Depart-
ment, Room 246, in the Student
Union Building. The instructor is
William Steiner, CPA.
Prospective entrepreneurs
and existing business owners will
learn about the basic require-
ments and appropriate. methods
of recordkeeping in a small busi-
ness. Topics include recordkeep-
ing, tax reporting requirements,
employee expenses, and monthly
Income statements. '
Reservations may be made by
paying a $20 registration fee in
advance to Gulf Coast Community
College's LifeLong Learning
- Department. For more informa-
tion call (850) 872-3823 or check
our website at http://www.gc.

ette matches..
'The bullseye match, had eight
entries and Houston Whitfield
won the match with a score of'
745-9x. Cabin Dean was second
with 742-1Ox and Ralph Roberts
.was duhrd with 713-5x.
The silhouette match was won
by Dean by knocking down 14 tar-
'gets. Roberts and Whitfield were
tied with 13 targets each. Roberts

Spring FSU-PC
Web-site or touchstone tele-
phone registration for the Spring
2000 semester will be held
. through Friday, December 3rd,
. for all continuing and readmitted
FSU Panama City Campus stu-
.A touchtone telephone for
student use will be available in
the Office of the Registrar from
8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday
through Friday.
To accesson-line registration;
students need to firstlog on to the
FSU-PCC web-site at www.pc.fsu.
eduand. then .enter the, registra-
tion information located under
the heading "'Register On-Line."
For more information on reg-
istration, please contact the FSU
Panama City Campus" Office of
the Registrar at 872-4750, exten-
sion -163.'

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won the tie-breaker for. second
place and Whitfield was awarded
third place.
The club will shoot trap on
Thursday evenings starting at
6:30. All shotgun shooters are
invited to come out, and shoot.
Cost of one round of trap is $2.
The trap field is well lighted and
the -white targets show up real
well against the dark background.

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The City of Port St. Joe will temporarily shut down its
water tower, located on Long Avenue adjacent to the Port
St. Joe High School football and baseball stadiums, on
Thursday, November 18th, for DEP inspection and clean-,
ing. The tower should be back on line in the late afternoon
that day, however, during and shortly following the process
residents could see a slight discoloration in their tap water.
The discoloration holds no harmful effects and will dissi-
pate quickly. Port St. Joe Public Works Superintendent
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Snience this may cause, and will respond to any questions
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Veteran's Day Celebrated

.at VFW Post #10069

Fun was had by all 227 who
attended the Veterans Day
Celebration held at the John C.
Galnous VFW Post #10069 in
Highland View on Saturday,
November 13th.
The 'opening ceremony was
held at 12:00 noon with a wel-
come from Post Commander
Carlos Wight. Auxiliary member
Wanda Walker led the crowd in
S inging the National Anthem and
God Bless America. The color
guard was from Port St. Joe High
Games were held for the chil-
dren with prizes going to Moliyah
McNair, Anastasia Thomason,
illie Pate, Trais Bennett, Chris

Our Readers


Sto the Editor .

PSJHS Did A Great

Job On Veterans Day
Dear Editor,
I attended the Veterans Day
program at Port St. Joe High
School this past Thursday and
would like to say a big thank you
to all who ,had a part in making it
such as special day for the veter-
M :rs. Charlotte Pierce for hav-
Ing thought enough of her fellow
man to have a special program in
Lhe school system, and for all the
others who helped make plans.
SBut my biggest thank you
would be to the kids of Port St.
,oe High School. They sat and lis-
tened to everything thatwas said.
T!*y were very quiet and very,
very respectful. Though most of
them were born after all the wars
jhad been forgotten, they sat and
tried to understand what a veter-
an really was and what they did.
It's hard for kids to under-
stand because so much is shown
on television. The good guy always-
wins an lives to fight another'
ay, but in actual combat the
good guys can hnd do get killed.
When Rodney Herring read
'the names of the ones in Vietnam
that were killed he got very emo-
ional, because just like me he
went to school with two of the
ones who died.
The thing that really helped,
bat also brought many tears, was
L e kids coming out of the stands'
to speak to each veteran and tell
them thank you. It was very
thoughtful and helped the veter-
ans more than words would ever
do. They did it on their own. No
one told them to go but they did
and it was great.
SThe drill team did an out-
standing job as well did the rifle
team. And the chorus with Mrs.
Cbmforter really moved the crowd
when thev sang the songs of the
services. Mr. Early and the
teachers of Port St. Joe High and
Middle School, we have a lot to be
proud of-thank you.
Col. Kennedy's words spoken
tq the veterans were as moving as
I've ever heard. He said what he
had in his heart.
When he spoke to the
Vietnam veterans and said wel-
corne home. job well done. there
was not a Nam veteran that was-
n't in tears. I spent two tours (two
years) in Vietnam with the U. S.
Marine Corps and when I
returned home.no one said thank
you or welcome home. We were
treated so rudely that I actually
S thought of going back to Vietnam,
and it happened to all the
Vietnam veterans not just myself.
.' It's hard to get over and most
of us never will. But I'm proud to
be an American and proud to live
in a town that has kids like we
have. I
SThe one person I really missed
this Veterans Day was a man who
*as a true veteran. He was loved
by everyone he came in contact
with. If you saw him he always
had something good to say to you
or about someone else. He loved
lis God, his country and his fam-
i;ly. He always had a smile or a
good word to say.
This man will be truly missed
because he touched so many peo-
ple's lives. I never heard him say
Anything bad about anyone. I'm
speaking of Mr. Bill Parker.
The world needs more of the

Bill and Tommy Parkers. I'm so
thankful he was my friend and I
had times to share with him. I
know he is in Heaven waiting for
all his ole Army buddies.
Thank you,
Johnny D. Linton

Weeks, Adrianna Paul, Katie
Gardner, Tony James, Cheyenne
Chehardy, Ricardo Gainer, Jadia
Miles, Brandon Chehardy, Tori
Smith, Jonathan DesRosier, Hun-
ter Bevis, Matthew Roberts, April
Martin, Jordan Paul, Corey
Weeks, Michael Redman, Charles
Gainous, Kendall Hicks, Sean
Chehardy, Brandon Weeks,
Daniel Bennett, Lacey Lowery,
Sissy Smith, Harley Roberts, J.D.
Strayer, and Jerry Gainous.
A trophy was won by Tony
James for best dressed G.I. Joe
and by Tori Smith for best dressed
G.I. Jane. In the G.I. Joe contest
Caleb Hamm won second, Sean
Chehardy won third, Ricardo
Gainer won fourth and J.D.
Strayer won fifth.
The oldest veteran in atten-
dance, Willie McNair (80 years old)
was awarded a trophy, as well as
the youngest veteran in atten-
dance (37 years old), John
While Barb Terrace and
Friends played great country/
western music, the children
enjoyed getting, red, white or blue
helium, balloons from the clown
a/k/a auxiliary president Marcia
Wight; getting their faces painted
by auxiliary member Jerri Noble;
and riding the horses from
Fantasy Stables owned by Lori
Free hot dogs, hamburgers
and sodas were enjoyed by all who
VFW thanks go out to all the
merchants and Individuals who
donated toward the cost and all
the $1,542 worth of door prizes
given out throughout the after-
(Please see "Thank you" ad in
today's paper for the list of mer-
chants from throughout the
area-Port St. Joe, Mexico Beach,
Highland View, Cape Sahi Blas
and Indian Pass.) They could not
have done'it without your gen-
Also, a big "thank you" to all
the members and friends who put
in so many hours to make this
day a big success.

(From Page 1)

At .ll.00 a.m,, that morning.
the \'FW post #10069 hosted a
special service in honor of Veter-
ans Day, in front of the Gulf
County Courthouse. The PSJ Ele-
mentary School Chorus sang a
patriotic melody, NJROTC Drill
Team performed, and Rocky Com-
forter played "Reveille" and
"Taps". Guest speaker was LTC,
USA (Ret.) JamesKennedy.
Finally, on Saturday, Novem-
ber 13th, the \TW post #10069
held a Veterans Day Celebration
at the John C. Gainous Post in
Highland View. Crowds enjoyed
music, games, and patriotic cos-
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[Left] Little G.I. Joe Tony James and G.I. Jane Tori.Smith.
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St. Patrick's Seafood
Gracie's Lounge & Discount
Tyndall Federal Credit Union
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The Athletic House
Melita's Boutique & Gifts
Captain Black's Marine
Chamber of Commerce
Radio Shack
Cooper's Cut & Style
Bill's Dollar Store
Hungry Howie's

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Aline's Beauty Salon
Buzzett's Drug Store
Ard's Florist
Sub Shop
Badcock Home Furnishings
Auto Value
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Heilig-.Mevers Furri..ure Co.
Parker Bazaar
Dollar General
Newberry Eye Clinic
NAPA Auto Parts
Heart's Desire Flowers &
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Portside Trading Co.
St. Joe Furniture Co.
Ryan's Sugar Shack
Showtime Video
Shell Service Station
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Cathey's Ace Hardware
Walker's Dixie Dandy,
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Wood's Fisheries.
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Lee's Auto Repair
B'& B Properties
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Fantasy Stables
Indian Pass Raw Bar
Indian Pass Campground
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Gainous, Kendall Hicks, Sean Chehardy, Brandon Weeks, Daniel Bennett,
Lacey Lowery, Sissy Smith, Harley Roberts, J. D. Strayer & Jerry Gainous.
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Gators Capture Wild Card Spot in Playoffs

Defeat Chattahoochee Yellow Jackets 36-14; End Regular Season at 7-3

The Wewahitchka Gators
looked rather lethargic during the
first half, of play against the
Chattahoochee Yellow Jackets
Friday night before coming back
to sting the Jackets with 28 unan-
swered points in the second half
of their final regular season game.
The Gators used Friday's game to
tune up for this Friday night's
match-up against Vernon. Vernon
beat the Gators 33-12 in the kick--
off classic.
Wewahltchka reached the

The Jackets added the two-point
conversion to take an 8-0 lead
with 9:34 left in the first quarter.
Midway through the second
quarter Chattahoochee made it
14-0 when McMillan connected
with Geronald Bates on a five yard
fade pass- the Yellow Jackets
added the two-point conversion.
From that point in the game,
the remainder of the scoring was
reserved for the home. team.
Answering a wake-up call, the

Gators mounted an 11 play, 67
yard drive that was capped off'
with a nine yard touchdown run
on a quarterback keeper by
Brandon Jones. Harold Williams'
two-point conversion run was
successful and the Gators had
trimmed the Jackets' lead to 14-8
by halftime. Williams was the:
workhorse during the drive, carry- '
ing the ball six times for 28 yards. ,
Myron Vann also grabbed a Jones' :
pass for a 28 yard gain during the
drive. "
Wewa took advantage of a
Yellow Jacket. fumble early in the
second half to take the lead.
Justin Miller recovered the foot-
ball on the Chattahoochee 29
yard line. Seven plays later,
Harold Williams plunged in from
two yards out for the touchdown.
Brandon Jones tacked on the two-
.point conversion on a quarterback
The Gators' defense clamped
down on the Yellow Jackets as
they tried to answer Wewahitch-
ka's go ahead score. Chris White
intercepted a Chattahoochee pass
attempt on the Gators' 48 yard
line and 1ive plays later quarter-
back Brandon Jones scored his
second touchdown of the game off.
a nine yard run for a 22-14 lead,
as the third quarter ended. A 23
yard run by Ryan Baker was one,

of the big plays during the drive.
The Gator defense continued
to dominate throughout the
fourth quarter. They forced three
consecutive plays for losses on the
Yellow Jackets' first series. forcing
Chattahoochee to punt from deep
in their own territory.
Brandon Jones tacked on his
third touchdown of the game off
an 11 yard scamper around the
right side for a 28-14 Gator lead
mid-way through the quarter. P.
J. Addison was stopped short on
his two-point conversion try on a
Jeffrey Marshall intercepted a
Yellow Jacket pass attempt and
returned it 5 yards for the Gators
last .touchdown of the night. Jorel
Whinfield added the two-point
conversion run to give the Gitors:
a 36-14 lead.

Harold Williams led the
Gators ground game with 46
yards rushing on 13 carries.
Myron Vann had nine carries for
40 yards, Brandon Jones had 33 :
yards on five carries,, Ryan Baker
had 29 yards on four carries, and
Chris White picked up 26 yards
on four carries.
Jones completed four of 10
passes for 75 yards and threw one
interception. Myron Vann had one
catch for 28 yards; Bradley
Shavers, one for 18; Blake Rish,
one for 17; and Harold Williams
had one catch for 12 yards.
Vann led the Gators on
defense with 12 tackles. Ryan
Baker and David Ortiz followed
with six tackles each.
The Gators travel to Vernon
Friday night for the first round of
the Class A playoffs. Game time is

7:30 CT.
"Vernon is a very good football
team. They are big and fast. We .
will have to play one of our best,
games of the year to be in the ball-
game." concluded Granthanm.

Score by Quarters
JACKETS 8 6 0 0
GATORS 0 8 14 14

First Downs 9
Rushes/Yds. 30194
Passing Yards 58
Total Yards 152
Passes 6/10/4
Fumbles/Lost 5/2
Penalties/Yards 8/65
Punts 2/25,

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Class A, playoi's on, a wildcard
berth, which is new for this year.
The top two teams out the dis-
tricts plus two wild card teams are ...................
selected from each region.
Blountstown and Wewahitchka
received the-wildcard berths for .
our region. .
"We played pretty good," said ;.,-
head coach Grant Grantham.
The Yellow Jackets scored all, M
14 of their points min the first half
of play. Their first score- came on
their first possession of the game.
Taking advantage of a Gator fum- '
ble, recovered on the Wewahitch-
ka 37 yard line, quarterback '.... .
Charles McMillan raced 23 yards P.J. Addison (4) tries to get past two Yellow Jacket defenders in
on the keeper for the touchdown. rday night's game.
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Gator''Booster, Meeting

There will be a Gator Booster
Club meeting on Monday.
November 22, at 6:00'p.m. at the
Wewahitchka High School
Commons Area.
The Gator Booster Club will
be hosting Wewahitchka's
Christmas festival this year,

Mullet Dinner
The Dalkeith Volunteer Fire
Department will be holding a mul-
let dinner at the fire station on
Saturday, November 20, from
11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., CT.
A delicious dinner consisting
of mullet, hush puppies, cole
slaw, baked beans, and iced tepa
will be served.
The members hope a l will
attend and help support, the
department's effort to .serve the-
community. Th& department is
located on County Road 381,
south of Wewahitchka.

which will be held on Saturday.
December 18, in conjunction with
the City of Wewahiichka's annual
Christmas parade. They will be
finalizing the plans for this
upcoming festival at next week's
meeting. All booster members and
interested parties are urged to

Mexico Beach AARP
The Mexico Beach AARP
meeting will be Friday, November
19th, at 12:00 p.m., CT, at the
Civic Center.
This will be a Thanksgiving
dinner, complete with turkey.
dressing. and gravy provided.
Members are asked to bring a cov-
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The Methodist church choir
will be singing and a sing-a-long
will be directed by John Anderson
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Mate John Lee (right) and Captain Jim Guilford (left) with a
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This Week's Fishing Report
For November 5th to 16th ...
The weather has been the big problem for all of the offshore fisher-
men. I think it would be better if it was. like last year when Hurricane
Mitch roared through and then cleared up for some good fishing. We have
had one day in the last two weeks that was ideal and all the others were
barely fishable or too rough.
Just the opposite has been true for the beach fishermen; not only
has the wind been blowing off land onto the water, which makes no
waves on the beach, but the fish are biting good in the surf.
Now, what do you do about all those dog flies when the wind is out
of the East or Northeast?
The Spanish are still here in great numbers and the kings 'are still
here, but further offshore and spotty, They seem to bite only on the prime
feed time. Red snapper fishing is closed completely until January 1,
2000, as of October 31st.
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Coach Grantham talks to team after win over Chattahoochee.

Parents join seniors on field during special ceremony Friday night.





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"Sharks Rule the World" was the theme of the seniors' third place winning float.

SC The Junior Class of Port St. Joe High School won first place in the float competition with "Jammin
it the Tiki Hut."

yA huge bonfire and pep rally was held Thursday evening preceding the Homecoming game. Students
5 and dedicated Shark fanp gather above to cheer on the Sharks.

Dexter Gant Is PSJHS's
-featured gridiron athlete this
week after recording six recep-
tions for 154 yards and scoring
.one touchdown for the Sharks
-in their 20-6 homecoming vic-
tory over Greensboro.
David dOrtiz Is b etng rec-
ognized by the Wewahitchka
coaching staff this week follow-
ing last Friday night's 36-14
win over Chattahoochee. He
Graded out 92% at defensive
tackle in his first start for the
Gulf County -Athletes of the
Week" are selected by the
coach ing staffs of various
sporting activitiffes in season.

to thc Editor .::
Normally. I do not write let-
ters to the editor, but given the
umes that we live in and the neg-
atuve news that we hear regularly
about our youth. I would like to
ptate something positive about the
fouth in our area.
I recently attended the
k'eteran's Day, service at the high
school andl was extremely
impressed with the program, and
;most especially the conduct of the
I am extremely proud of our
youth in Port St. Joe and they
' Ishould be recognized for their
Thanks, Warren
[Following is the letter written to
the principals and students.]
iDear Mr. Earley and Students:
S I have never been ,any more
proud than what I was at the
,Veterans' Service Program: that
Swas held at the Port St. Joe High
School, Thursday, November 11.
The speaker Lt. Colonel
!James. Kennedy did an excellent
ijob communicating to all of us the
sacnfices made by veterans and
their families to. protect and pre-
serve the freedoms that so often
we take for granted.
Nevertheless, what I was also
proud of were the attentiveness
a.d respect shown to the speaker
by all the students that were pre-
I f n'life the way to earn respect
as a person is to show respect to
the other person. From what I saw
Thursday. every one of you is well
on your way in gaining the respect
,that we strive for in life. Again.
thank you for a wonderful -pro-
,'gram and conducting yourselves
1'.,in an exemplary manner.
Sincerely yours.
/s/ Warren J. Yeager, Jr.
oC'bunty Commissioner. District V.

Scenes From

Port St. Joe's


Seneca Chambers (4) turns
the corner on a quarterback
keeper Friday night.

Gulf County Sheriff Frank McKeithen and Port St. Joe Police
Chief Jay Leffert rode their "Hawgs" in the homecoming parade.

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Honorable mention went to the sophomore class for "The Sharks Are Hot, Hot, Hot!" The freshman
class won second place.

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5K Reindeer Run
On Saturday, December 11,.
at 9:00 a.m., ET, at Frank Pate
Park (located on Highway 98 in
Port St. Joe), the Gulf County
Tourist Development Council will
be sponsoring a 5k run/walk and
a one mile fun run benefiting the


Port St. Joe. High School girls'
cross country team.,
All participants will be given a
long sleeved T-shirt and bells. A
S50 cash prize will be given to the
overall male and female entrants
and awards for all other age group
top three place winners. Age
groups are as follows: 9-14; 15-
19. 20-29. 30-39, 40-49, 50-59,'
60-69. 70-79, 80+.
Cost is S12 pre-registered and
S15 race day for the 5k:'S10 pre-
registered and 812 race day for
the fun race.
All entrants will receive
refreshments, chili,. and door
prizes. For more information con-
tact Coach Tammy Owens 229-
8251 or 647-3281 or owenstl@

Sharks Celebrate Homecoming with 20-6 Win

Over Greensboro; In 1st Round of Playoffs

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an 11 yard run by Reggie Quinn
on. the option and an 'eight yard
run by Ryan Stephens. The
Sharks' drive came to a halt after
three of quarterback Brett
Jeffcoat's passes fell incomplete.
The Bulldogs then put togeth'-
er a four play, 77 yard drive 'to
score their only touchdown of the
night. Tremayne James capped
off the drive with a. 57 yard run. ,,
Greensboro failed ,to convert the
extra point, but took a 6-0 lead
with 1:43 left in the first quarter.
The Sharks tied the game up
at 6-6 2:28. before halftime.
Seneca Chambers recovered a
Bulldog fumble on the Greensboro

Koran Peters slips through a good hole provided by the offensive
line in Friday's 20-6 victory over Greensboro.

The Port St. Joe Sharks
scored two touchdowns late in the
fourth quarter to break a 6-6 tie in
Friday night's 20-6 victory over
Greensboro In front of a packed
homecoming crowd. The Sharks
fumbled the football seven times
and turned the ball over to the
Bulldogs five of those times.
"We didn't play very well," said
head coach Chuck Gannon. "It's
nice to get the win against a good
6-3 team that's going to be in the
playoffs. We started off the season
0-3 and then won seven straight
to finish up the regular season
with an7-3 record."
Koran Peters took the opening

49 yard line. He then led the
Sharks down the field and capped
off a seven play drive when he
connected with Dexter Gant on a
fade pattern for a 33 yard touch-
down. Chambers and Gant also
teamed up on a six yard hitch,
and a 27 yard fade during the
drive. Jarred Lambert's extra
point attempt missed wide left.
'Port St. Joe fumbled the ball
over to the Bulldogs in Shark ter-
ritory on its only two possessions
of the' third quarter, but the
defense did a good job of shutting
down the Bulldogs.
Port St. Joe's Reggie Quinn
scored from 12 yards out to break
a 6-6 tie with 5:41 left in the
game. Qutnn's run capped off a
fi'e play, 64 yard drive. Chambers
connected with Jeffcoat on a fade
during the drive for a 42 yard gain
on third and 12 from the Sharks'
34 yard line. Chambers then had
a 13 yard pick-up on a keeper to
move the ball down to the 12 yard
line. Lambert's extra point
attempt split the uprights.
After recovering a Greensboro
fumble on the Bulldogs' 33 yard
line with 2:16 remaining, quarter-
back Seneca Chambers kept the,
ball on the option., cut back
across the field, and outran the
Bulldog defenders 32 yards to the
endzone. Lambert's added the
extra point to give the Sharks a
"The win ivas a good way to'
cap off the homecoming week,";
said Gannon.
Reggie Quinn led the Sharks'
ground game with 48 yards rush-:
Ing on five carries. Rvan Stephens'

Quarterfinals Semifinalsi Finals Stte Semifinals enampionsip
Friday. Nov 19 Friday. Nov. 26 Friday. Dec 3 Friday. Dec 10 Thur., Dec. 16, 2 p.m.
All Rea.onal Games i7 30 pm Local Time (unless indicalea) Ben Hill Griffin
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The Port St. Joe High School boys' cross country state finalists shown above will compete
Saturday in Titusville. From left, are Josh Todd, Adam White, Rod Givens, Alez Hernandez, Travis'
Jenkins, Kyle Davis, Santiel Chambers, Chris Hendricks, and Jerome Williams.

Cross Country Running In State-

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"2000" PSJ Dixie
Baseball Election,
The 1999 Port St. Joe Dixie
Baseball League officers have
announced that elections for the
2000 season will be held
Thursday. November 18. at 6:30.
p.m. iL the Port St. Joe Fire'
Station meeting room.
Elections are open .to adult
membership only. All coaches and
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-Tallahassee MaClay won the
first place team In the 16 school
finals followed by Pensacola
Catholic, Florida High, Port St.
-Joe. Jacksonville Episcopal.
Wewahltchka. Jacksonville Trin-
ity, St. John's Country Day,
Pensacola Christian. Jacksonville
Providence. St. Joseph's Aca-
demy. Hilliard. Gainesville Oak
Hall. Northview. Florida School for
Deaf and Blind, and' Cedar Key.
The top sLx schools advance
to the state finals at Brevard
Community College in Titusville.
The Sharks are scheduled to'run
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Novem ber 20. d f '
Finishing third for 'the
Sharks, and tying his old school
record, was Rod Givens, followed
by Josh Todd, Adam White, Kyle

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carried the ball 11 times for 42
yards, and Seneca Chambers had
31 yards on seven carries.
Chambers completed eight 'of
11 passes for 196 yards arid
threw one touchdown. Jeffcoat
completed one of his four
attempts for 11 yards. Dexter
Gant led the receiving corps with
154 yards on six catches and had
one touchdown. Jeffcoat had two
receptions for 44 yards and
Stephens had .one catch, for nine
Koran Peters and Ryan
Stephens each had six solos and
six assists for 12 (ptal tackles,to
lead the Sharks on defense. Petes
had three tackles for a loss and
Stephens had two tackles for a
loss. Lamar Patterson had five
solos and five assists (10) and one
tackle for a loss.
The Sharks travel to Havana
to take on the Gladiators in the
first round of the Class A playoffs.
"We are going to have to play
a lot better in the playoffs. We ,
need to do all the little things hete-
r ter to get to the next round of the'
playoffs." concluded Gannon.
Score by Quarters:
B-DOGS 6 0 0 0 ,6
SHARKS 0 6 0 14 0O
First Downs 9 ,,
Rushes/Yds. ,46/232 29/134,
Passing Yards : 0 207
Total Yards t,232 341
Passes 0/1/0 9/15/0
Fumbles/Lost 6/2 7/5
Penalties/Yards 4/35 ,: 7/60
Punts 4/30 1/30

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PSJHS Educators Attend Training and Conference

Six Travel to Stowe, Vermont to

I It was only a few weeks ago
that the Foundation for Excellent
Schools (FES) announced that
Port St. Joe High School had been
selected from among hundreds of
fnoininated schools for a national
education initiative called BEST-
Building Excellent Schools
This past week, a delegation
including Martha Weimorts, team
'leader and business education
St eaher; Chris Earley, principal;
'Susan Gannon, math teacher;
Patricia Lowreyr, English teacher;
Mary Lou Cumbie, support staff;
and Melissa Ramsey, guidance
counselor, headed to rural Stowe,
Vermont, to join 15 other high
schools from around the United
States in a workshop to set goals
and directions for the three-year
They later joined with 400
teachers .and other education
leaders from 25 states in an inten-
sive two-day conference on every-
thing from technology and leader-
ship to shaping better community
The BEST program, funded
nationally by the Charles Stewart

Mott Foundation with support
from other local foundations, Is
part of a series of programs
designed to enhance aspirations
in America's schools. A national
program, FES has been inspiring
teachers, school systems, and
communities from rural Florida
and Oregon to inner city New York
and Macon, Georgia for a decade.
The BEST program brings
together a new group of schools,
from areas as diverse as northern
New Hampshire, Selma, Alabama,
the Atlanta' suburbs,' and
throughout the Midwest, all iden-
tified as having the potential. to
serve as model schools and men-
.tors for other systems at the start
of the 21st century.
There were more than 100'
participants at the intensive
three-day workshop. Visitors to,
the meeting noted that the electric
feeling in the conference center
was noticeable from the moment
you entered.
The delegations were initially
broken up so that people started
to mix and share ideas.. The Port
'St. Joe group found camaraderie

Set Goals for Three Year Program
in a delegation from Moss Point Principal Chris Earley agreed
High School in Moss Point, saying, "This structured time for'
Mississippi, and contrasting ideas planning is necessary to total
from a group from A. Phillip school improvement."
Randolph Campus School in the For the delegations, there was
Harlem section of New York City. one element of team-building
But after dinner, as school business to be dealt with right .off:
delegations came together to start a name for the group and an over-
to identify their goals and objec- all sense of purpose; As the teams
tives for the overall program, they -brainstormed names for their ini-
found they had much more in tiatives, the S.H.A.R.K.S. surfaced
common than they initially real- with the Port St. Joe High School
ized. Within a short period, plans, team. S.H.A.R.K.S. stands for
were being laid for further discus- Sustaining Hope and Reaching
sions and affiliations. Kids for Success. This acronym
According to several in )the aptly describes the philosophy at
group, it is the time and focus '. PSJHS.
that makes programs like this With a name and, theme in
workshop successful. Teachers, place, the effort.began in earnest.
repeatedly noted that they usual- Late into the night, the team hud-
ly don't have time for this critical dted in various settings with notes
planning process. and sheets of newsprint in their
"This time to concentrate on laps and taped to the walls. By the
our goals and objectives aind next morning, a simplilled list of
strategies for implementation are overall objectives had emerged
critical. Classroom teachers don t that focused on student achieve-
have enough, common planning "ment,. community involvement,
'time to brainstorm and plan and parental participation.
school Improvement activities.
school. rimpaleent activities Building a sense of communi-
This has really'been great" said ty with parents. business and
artha W os ty with parents, business and
Martha Wedustry is hardly a new concept
for the Port St. Joe community. In
:fact, it was decided 'that strong
communi t ties wac one of the,
greatest strengths, and among the'
top reasons for success 'in school
programs at Port St. Joe High,

shaping a team to implement the
new processes when the delega--
tions returned to their high
At Port St. Joe High School,
the BEST strategies will be imrple-
mented tmmedlately. Teachers at
the high school: attended a pre-
sentation by tie 'BEST team on
.Monday. November 15. at 2:50
p.m. in the media center.-
I From that point the students.
parents. and community willbe
informed abott BEST initiatives.
By the beginning of the Christmas
holidays, the community will be
well-informed about Port St. Joe
High School's BEST activities.
At the final session of the,
workshop, the full delegation pre-
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Education leaders from Port St. Joe High School joined with hundreds of other educators at a
workshop and conference to start planning for new initiatives under the BEST schools program-
Building Excellent Schools Together. Gathered here to identify goals for the program in one after
d'ninee-session. were (from left)- Martha-Welmorts,' Mary Lou -Gumble; -Patricia- Lowrey, Melissa'
Ramsey, Susan Gannon, and Chris Earley.

sented its plan and team struc-
tures, and responded to questions
from the other teams. In the end.
when the room was asked to apply
a single word to describe the
S.H.A.R.K. program, the work was.
properly rewarded with the
"approval of the newly found part-
ners in the process.

The word they came up with
was "success." And with that,
doors opened to hundreds of .edu-
cators from throughout the coun-
try who, like Port St. Joe, had
experienced the setting of goals
and building of teams some years
ago, and were now returning for
their second, third or fourth
national conference to share with
the new class of FES schools the
stories of their own success, and
the new set of challenges they
were facing.


-The Port St. Joe
MSlerchants association
Sis sponsoring the


Charistmas arade

on December 4 at 3:00 p.m.
* The local Kiwanis Club will be selling
chicken dinners.
* Santa will arrive by helicopter at 2:30
p.m. across from City Hall., 0 ,
* All churches, businesses, school groups,
civic organizations, fire and police depart-
ments are invited to participate.
Send the form below to:
Tonya Nixon, Parade Coordinator
Wewahitchka State Bank
P.O. Box 398, Port St. Joe, Fl 32457
or Call (850) 229-8226 f >'
All Entries Must Be '
2 Received by December 1

Group Name

Contact Person

Telephone Number

Type of Entry

Remember: No Candy Thrown From Floatst: -

Shop The Pink Ladies' Store

With the Christmas holidays
rapidly approaching, it's time to

Baked Goods
i WHS 2000 Project Graduation
1w sponsoring a unique fundraiser.
The grobp will be' accepting orders
4or made-from-scratch cakes.
Cakes xieeded 'for Thanksgiving
Must be ordered by November 19.
The cakes are priced as listed
bblowarid must be paid for when
bidered. These cakes will be made
49 the finest ingredients and by
'rfmeofWewa's finest bakers.
Orders may be placed at
Vewahitchka Elementary School
(_ee Lori Price), Wewahitphka High
School (see Debbie Cole) and St.
Joe Papermakers Federal Credit
jnion (see Debbie Gortman).
Cakes may be picked up at
Wewahitchka Elementary, School
on Wednesday, Noverflber 24,
between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00
nboori. The purchase of a cake will
afd cheer to, your holiday meals
a.d help ensure a drug and alco-:
hol-free graduation celebration for
the WHS Class of 2000. Com-
munity support of this project is
greatly appreciated.
The cakes and pies are as fol-
lows: sour.creami pound cake $15;
7-up pound cake. $15; chocolate
cake $20; coconut cake $25; and
'carrot cake $25.

think about shopping. The "Pink
Ladies" at Gulf Pines Hospital are
gearing up, sorting through their
inventory and pricing items right
for you.
If you're looking for the
unique and unusual, stop by and
see them. They have a variety of
gift items and an abundance of
clothing in all sizes and colors.
Proc.ee 4s from sales go to pur-
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Recently the Ladies Auxiliary
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On November 9, 1999, the Gulf County Board

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starting time for their regular meetings. Effective

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ANOHER S RECOFTHESTAR Domestil Violence And Its Children

Fire Safety Tips

For Home Protection

Written by Pam Martin
Many of my clients all have a
lot in common with each other,
the main connection is the chil-
dren. Many times women leave
abusive relationships only to be
ordered by the court to let the
abuser, the children's father, have
the children every other weekend
and six weeks every summer.
Would you believe that some
women stay with the abuser just
because of that one thing? They
say they can protect their children
when they are there, but not when
they go for visitation.
Sometimes the abuse the wife,
endured during the marriage is
placed upon the children when:
the wife is no longer in -the pic--
ture. Often women are injured
when exchanging, the children for
visitation. .
.I would like to share a letter
from one of my client's sons. He
was forced to go to visitation, but.
his mother fought, to have it.
changed. She is now his hero. :I
It has been a year since I have ,
seen my dadI :use to be scared
of-him. I was scared to eat to '
talk, to spill some drink. To tell
the truth, I .was' just flat out
petrified.. Now I am no longer
scared. Let me.tell you why. My
mother fought a. six-month bat-
tie. Then it came down to that
he. needed ,counseling. He
chose not to do it:. So now he ,is
not aloud to see mre. Now I am
no longer afraid.
.,. Justin, age, 11
This letter is written just as
yotiread it, didn't change a thing.,
Ittears at my heart and I hope it
does the same for you. Until we'
stop, -the violence, until we say,
that this is enough, until we get
tougher laws, children will still be
waiting these types of letters.
If, you are a victim of domestic

violencece or if you want to help
:stop the violence, please call our .

Wewa office at 639-4300. We also
offer a 24-hour crisis line 1-800-

252-2597. Please get
only for our children)

Building A Foundation For Christ
Victory Temple First Born Church. is in the midst of constructing a new 2,400 square foot
building at the corner of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Avenue D. Pastor Charles Gathers,
shown in rear center of the photo above, was joined by several members of the congregation as
they looked over the construction site recently.
Gathers said the church hopes to move into its new building by January 2000. Victory Temple
First Born Church has been established for one and a half years.

Advice from the American Red
Cross on fire prevention. ,
Fire is one of the most com-
mon disasters and' causes more
deaths than any other type of dis-.
aster. But fire does not have to be'
deadly if. you take precautions
and have an escape plan. Please
be serious about the responsibili-
ty of planning for and practicing
what to do in case of a fire. Get
together with household members
to discuss and finalize a personal-
ized fire plan. Practice your plan
frequently. Here are some guide-
lines you can use p,, preparing
your emergency plan:,
, Make your home fire safe
*Smnoke detectors save lives.
Install smoke detectors outside
each sleeping area and on each
additional level of your residence.
Keep new batteries on hand.
*Use the test button to check
each smoke detector once a
month. When necessary, replace
batteries immediately. Replace..-
batteries at least once a year.
*Have a working. fire extin-.
guisher in the kitchen. Make sure.
it is properly charged.
*Use 'the' test gauge. or test.
button to check proper pressure..
If the unit is' low' on" pressure,'
damaged,''or corroded, replace it
or have it professionally serviced.
Get training from the fire depart-
Iment on.how to use the fire extin-'
eKeep blankets, clothing, cur-
tains, furniture and anything that
could get hot and catch fire away
from portable heaters.j), .'
*Plug heaters directly into. the
wall- socket .-and unplug them
when they are not in use.
**Keep .items, away from the
stove that could catch fire. ;
*Use safety plugs in electrical
outlets, especially if you 'have'
small children. ,. -
*Avoid overloading electrical
outlets and running cords under
carpet and furniture.
Plan your escape routes
*Draw a floor plan of your
home. Determine at least two
ways'to escape from every room of
your home. :'
If you must use an escape
ladder, be sure everyone .knows
how to use it.
*Have a plan to escape if bars
cover windows. '

you are.
, You can help protect yourself
and your family from the dangers
of fire by)planning NOW for an
emergency. Be smart--be safe.
For additional information on,
home fire safety, please contact
the Capital Area Chapter of the
American Red"Cross in Tallahas-
see at 878-6080, in Apalachicola
at 653-3952, in Bristol at 643-
2339, in Monticello at 342-0211
and in Perry at 584-6663 or visit
The American Red Cross website
at www.tallytown.com/redcross.

Get Involved!.
The District 2 Long-Term
Care Ombudsman Council is
seeking volunteers to serve as
consumer advocates for residents
living in nursing homes and group
homes for the elderly.
Volunteers are ,trained to
investigate and help resolve com-
plaints about treatment of resi-
dents. The only requirements are
an interest in .preserving the
rights of the elderly, 10. to 20
-hours monthly to invest, and a
means of transportation.
Volunteers are reimbursed for
"travel expenses.: Orientation and
training are." provided. For more
"information call (850) 413-9000.

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Two Gulf Countians

on GC Workforce Board

The Gulf Coast, Workforce
Development Board held its annu-
al dinner meeting on October 6th
at the Holiday Inn Select and
elected officers and executive
committee members for program
years 1999/2000.'
They include: John Tinney,,
chairtmain; Bob SWenk,' vice-chair-
man; Ted. Mosteller:; segrEtay/
treasuTrer; Carolyn .,, HusqApd,
Gulf; Randi Turpin, Bay; Ruth
Schoelles, Franklin; and Ruth
Phillips, Gulf.
Board members recognized
for service since the board's
inception (1996) were awarded
proclamations from' their respec-
tive county commissions. Those
honored, included Franklin
County: Cliff Butler, David Butler,
and 'Ted Mosteller;' 'Gulf County:
Ruth Phillips and, Ralph Rish; and
Bay County: Greg Boggs, Bob
Swenk, and. John Tpney.
David Faist, manager, Jobs
and Benefits, was honored for'his
excellent cooperation with work-

force development in consolidat-
ing services in Region Four,' and
his retirement was announced:
The Workforce Development
Board provides oversight and con-
tracted services for job training
and welfare reform programs in
Bay, Franklinanklin, and Gulf counties
with a budget this year of over $8"9
million dollars..

What's Free
For a free brochure from the
Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer,
Services on how to protect your
home from termites, write and
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*Select a location outside
your home where everyone would
meet after escaping.
*Practice your escape plan at-
least twice a year. .
*Once you are out,,stay.outl!
*Know how to call for emer-
gency assistance.
Escape Safely
S If you see smoke in your first
escape route, use your second
way out. If you must exit through
smoke, crawl low' under,.-:the
smoke to escape.
*If you are escaping through a
closed door, feel the door before
opening it. -.If it- is' hot, use your
second way out.
*If smoke, heat or flames
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WIG Meeting
The Washington Improvement
Group Board of Directors and
membership will meet in regular
session on Thursday, December
2, at the WIG Teen Center. The
meeting will begin promptly at
6:00 p.m., ET. All members are
urged to attend.

311 Columbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
Sunday School 9:45 am Wednesday Night at 6:00 p.m. Youth
Group Meeting, Bible Study & Prayer Meeting; Choir Practice 7:00 pm
0 taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed isthe eman that trusteth in Him."
Please accept this in riation to join us in worship. God bless you!
Pastor David Nichols Church 647-5026 Home 769-8721
For information concerning our bus ministry, please call 647-5026 -

First Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
Church Office 2274493 Gus Carpenter, Pastor
Sunday School .,.. .. .... 9.45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship ... ; .. 1:00 aI.m ,
Sulida3 Evening Service .... . 6.30 p.m.
S Wednesday . . . . ... 7:00p.m.
SWe Invite You to Come
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us

First United Metowdist Church
11 1 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410

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

"Rev. Ted Lovelace, Pastor Dr. John Anderson, Music Director
Church/Home: 648-8820 Office Phone: 648-8820


7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET)
Sunday School 9:45
S / :00 am. (CT)



Discover God's Love!

Discover God's Love!
Everyone welcome

Long 'Avenue Iii
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. (f'r all ages)
Wednesday Children & Youth Missions at 7 p.m.
Prayer and Bible Study at 7 p.m.
Adult Praise Choir ai 8 p.m. ,

SMark Jones, minister of music & youth

Destiny In Concert
Destiny will be in concert on
Sunday. November 21, at 6:15
p..m. at Oak Grove Assembly of
Destiny, originating from
Panama City. now residing In
Anniston. Alabama, Is a captivat-
tring group now appearing on the

Abe Springs
Baptist Church
Thanksgiving Bake Sale
Abe Springs Baptist Church
"Lades Audliarv will have a
Thanksgiving bake sale on
"cSaturday, November 20. begin-
nilng at 7:30 a.m. The bake sale
will take place at the corner lot by
'the police department In
Blountstown. To order a special
cake or pie for Thanksgiving you
may place your order at the bake
sale or call 674-5880.-,
Mullet Dinners
ried mullet dinners will be
sold on Saturday, ,November 20.,
beginning at 10:00 a.m. at the
corner lot by the police depart-
ment,in Blountstown. Plates will
Consist .of mullet, .,haked beans,
potato salad or cole slaw, hush.
puppies, cake, and tea. The cost is
$5.00 per plate.
Gospel Sing
The church also will be host-:
ing a gospel sing on Saturday,'
November 20, at 7:00 p.m. The
chui ch is located on Highway 275
South in Blountstown.
.Pastor Allen Pitts and congre-
gation, extend an invitation to
everyone to, attend this sing and
fellowship with them. Everyone is
invited to bea part of the singing
For more information you may
call 674-5880.

Free Spirit-
Community Church
Bro. Roy Worley will be speak-
ing at The Free Spirit Community
Church, located on Jarrott
Daniels Road off CR 386 between
Wewahitchka and Overstreet, on
Sunday, November 21, at 6:00
p.m., CT. Special music will also
be provided by Bro. Worley.
Pastor Bill Blake and congre-
gation invite the public 'to join'r
them in this special service. *:,

, j Craig Pippin, lead vocalist
I and founder of the group., is well
, known for his .singing and song
writing ability. Before Destiny.
.i Craig sang with several acclaimed
groups including the Dixie Echoes,
the Bibletones, the Gann Brothers,
and Harmony Creek.
Diane Cole Pippin joined
Destiny in January of this year.
'i She sang with groups 'such as the
New Touch Singers, 'Oak Level,
. E ridence, and theiri well-known
soloist, Karen Wheaton. Already
Sshe is a crowd favorite with her
Sheart-felt delivery of the songs she
sings. She also plays the keyboard
and' does most' of the vocal
arranging for Destiny.
Stacey Mayo Gilliland, is a
powerful and captivating vocalist
whose enthusiastic, rich soprano
voice will capture''the attention of
any crowd or audience. Since her
first album release, she is already
a favored female vocalist'of many
in the gospel music industry.
This is certain to be a promis-
ing, year, for, Destiny. This group
offers audiences musical versatili-
ty and diversity. Destiny provides
encouragement to listeners by.
performing -quality,: heart-felt
music. with aneternal message.
When stepping ,up on stage,
Destiny's main, purpose is to be,
effective messengers of God.
'Everyone is invited to Oak
Grove Assembly of God to hear
,this group in concert.

'Olivoer FK.,Teaylor -l
'Vlsitdtion 'Minister, First
United Methodist Church


Christians Give
In Acts ,3:6,we find, "I
have no silver or gold, but I
give' you what I have;,in the
name of "Jesuts Christ of
Nazareth,; walk."
Peter and John were con-
fronted by a lame man who
asked for alms. He ,was
healed through their faith in
Jesus Christ. Prayer-is cer-,
tainly a great gift to others.
Today, Christians have a
lot to give to others. We need
to share our faith with oth-
ers, withirf and without the
'church. Some people regu-,
larly attend church, but
never seem to"carry anything
away, fronmthe service. A
good motto T'o6 a church is,
."Enter t6 worship, depart to
Our actions' and our
words need to let the world
.know whom we represent.
Every Christian has a lot. to
give. We should, not keep
Christ only for ourselves, but
share him with the whole

"The Churches of
Christ Salute You"
Romans 16:16

The '::.


'Church of Christ
Meet's At 2241 Hwy. 71 South,
Wewahitchka-1'/41Mile North
'of the Overstreet Road
S .(850) 639-5401
Sunday '
Bible Study .... 9:00( a.m. CT
Worship :..:..... 10:00 a.tn. CT
Bible Study ..... 7:00 p.mi. CT

VFW Post #10069
VFW Post #10069 will hold a
special meeting at 7:00 p.m. on
Monday, November 22, at the post
home. The purpose is to nominate
and elect sr. vice and Jr. vice and
any vacant offices.


a.m. Sunday ':.'

Wor9:30 a.m. shipunday
9:30 a.m. Sunday

Call 229-8310
P. 06 Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32457
Corner of 20th Street &'Marvin Avenue

Come and Be Blessed!
Fellowship Church of Praise
302 Martin Luther King Blvd. Port St. Joe.,,.
Sunday School ............ ................... ...................10 a.m.
M morning Service ............................................. 1. 1 a m .
Tuesday Bible Study ................................................. 7 p.'m .'
Thursday Praise & Worship .................................. 7 p.m.

f'Us, I 1A' Sixteenth Street
508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
Sunday Worship... 10 a.m. o
Adult School . . .11a.m.
'*Sunday School
*Young Children
*Nursery Available
Pastor R Reid Cameron Highway 71/ Cecil Costin Sr. Blvd.

first uaptist Churchfi
S Allen Welborn Buddy Caswell
-i. Pastor Minister pfMusic & Youth
SSunday School ..... :.... ;9:45 am
Worship Service ... :.............. 11:00 an
S Disciple Training . . . 6:00 pm
S ening Worship ................ 7:00 pm
Wedniesday Prayer Meeting' .. .. .. ...7:00 pm

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

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

Constitution and Monument
P:ort.st. Joe

Sunday School', :. ... : :9:45:a. Methodist Youth
Morning Worship. ...... 11:00 a m. Fellowship ... .. 6:00 p.m.
.. : .' *f- Rve' y aEI : -W --- 7.;0 n

(850) 227-1724. Wednes
Rev. Jesse Evans Robert E. Downs, Jr.
K PASTOR Choir Director

ig orspip ... . /:*U p.m.
sday Choir Practice .: 7:30 p.m.
Diana Sealey
Youth & Children's Director*

ra Baptist Ciuh
: l -l5 LIKE EALE5 .. 15AIAM 40:51
Comei Celebrate this Lord's Day With Us!
Upstairs Capital City Bank Building
Btble Study at 9 a.m., Sunday Worship at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
S': Bruce Duty, Pastor Study: 227-2583
Church: 227-1S80 http://www.graceeagles.org

"A Pot of. Victory"

F Fistf Chkuck of the Nazaene
2420 Long Avenge Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(850) 229-9596
Sunday School ...................... 10 a.m. Give unio fle Lord tle glory
Sunday Morning Worship ............... 11 a.m. Jue His5 name, worship the
Sunday Evening Worship ...... . . 6 p.m. Lor in the be uty of holin ss.
Wednesday Evening Service ............. m. Psalm 29:2

The friendly place to irorship!

First Baptist Church
Mexico Beach Jim Davis, Pastor
l ic-. Worship Sundays at -0010 a m and 6:00 p m.
ic r Bible Study '- Sundays at 9:00 a.m (all ages)
l sv' Wednesday -- Prayer and Bible Study at 6:00 p.m.
Please note, all times cenrtrall
Located at 823 N. 15th St., Mexico Beach Corner of 15th & California 648-5776


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From the Staff and Students at '

i ~Gulf County s'.

.ly^ Elementary, Middle and High School. Education Facilities _

~~~eent ryMidde ad Hgh (~IC~ '

Submitted by Cadet Ensign
Julie Faircloth. Public
Information Officer
This is a busy week for the
Port St. Joe High School NJROTC
unit. On Friday, November 19th,
our annual inspection will take
place at Port St. Joe High School.
At approximately 9:45, cadets
from Wewahitchka High School
and Port St. Joe High School will
be inspected in the gymnasium.
Immediately following the
inspection, the "Pass in Review"
ceremony will take place at the
football field. Cadets will be work-
ing extremely hard this week to be
prepared for this event.
On Friday, November 12th,
the NJROTC. provided a drill team
and color guard for the homecom-
ing parade. We are especially
proud of Cadet Ensign Julie
Faircloth and her escort, Cadet
Lt. Cdr. Joshua McCulley, for
being chosen as members of the
homecoming court.
On Thursday, November
11th, cadets provided a drill team
color guard, and rifle team for the
Veterans Day ceremony at the
-high school and the V.F.W. Post
#10069 ceremony at the county
courthouse. The cadet corps is
honored to be part of these won-
derful patriotic events which
honor our veterans.
Early Saturday morning, a
busload of cadets and chaperones
traveled .to Pensacola to attend
the Blue Angels' homecoming and
air show. In addition to the Blue
Angels' performance. the- cadets
were thrilled to see the Shockley
Peterbilt jet truck and the Oreck
There were numerous static
display airplanes, which included
the C-141, the F-117, the F-4,
and the F-14. Last, but not least,
2 we saw the C-130 Hercules. affec-
tionately known as "Fat Albert."
Fat Albert demonstrates a jet-
assisted take-off "JATO." Eight
solid fuel rockets attached to the
sides of the aircraft help Fat
Albert take off in less than 1,500
feet, climb at an angle of 45
degrees, and obtain an altitude of
1,000 feet in minimum time.
As you car see, last week was
very hectic for the corps of cadets.
With the annual inspection taking
place on Friday, this week will.be
just as busy. A lot of hard work
and preparation is necessary in
order to do well on the inspection.
Until next week, Semper Fi.


Fantastic Fall Festival
Please accept our thanks and
appreciation for a job well done on
the Fall Festival. For each person
who worked on booths, baked
goodies, worked at the festival, or
any of the million and one things
that went into making the festival
a success your efforts were appre-
A special thanks goes' out to
Carla May for the exceptional job
she did in organizing the festival,
and to all the parents who deco-
rated the booths to make every-
thing so attractive!
'Our students and staff appre-
ciate the time and effort you put
Odyssey of the Mind
Congratulations to our newly
selected "'Odyssey of the Mind:
team Amelia Brockman,
Amanda Davis,' Sam Cox, Kevin
Quaranta, Beth Blackmoni,
Amanda Shanahan, and Daniel
. Bennett.
Caribbean Band
On Monday, the "Caribbean
Sound Steel Band" gave two per-
formances for our students,
teachers, and parents. We would
like to thank the Florida Division
of Cultural Affairs and the Port St.
Joe Junior Service League for
funding this event.

Gulf County District

Schools Score High
Submitted by:. SM. Eubanks,
Gulf County School District
The Gulf School District has,
recently received a press release
showing its state ranking in 1998-
99 graduation rate and drop-out
rate. Gulf was third In Florida
with an 80 percent graduation
rate. The state average was a low
60.23 percent. Gulf schools have
ranked second in two of the past
three years prior to 1998-99.
Gulf has been a leader in-
drop-out rate for many years, fin-
ishing in the top five consistently.
This year was no different, as it
ranked second in keeping stu-
dents in school with a 1.6 percent
drop-out rate. The state average
was 5.4 percent.
Gulf District Schools can be
justifiably proud of achievements,
as evidenced by state rankings in
these two very important indica-
tors of success

.N'ews Colui nn

Grades one and two will pre-
sent a short Thanksgiving play
tonight, Thursday, November 18,
at 7:00 p.m. Be sure to get here
before seven so that you won't
miss any of it.

The students will be dressed
as Pilgrims' and Indians and will
tell the audience about the first
Thanksgiving. If you need a
reminder of our, forefathers'
dependence on God and their
grateful hearts for His provision,
please come.
There will also be productions
for the student body on Friday,
November 19, at 8:30 a.m. and at
9:10 a.m.
On Wednesday, November 24,
each class will have its own ver-
sion of a Thanksgiving feast.
Some classes try to imitate the
first Thanksgiving dinner and
others go with a more modern
approach, such as pizza.
Please note that all classes
and the extended school groups
will dismiss at 12:00 noon.
Kindergarten will be over at the
usual times of 11:30 and 11:45

We thank Rev. Bruce Duty,
pastor of Grace Baptist Church,
for sharing with our students last
Monday at chapel. Using common
items, a staff and a basket as
examples, made to meet special
needs, Rev. Duty explained that
each student is an individual
whom God is molding into a ves-
sel that can be used for His glory
and service.

Faith Christian School

The students in grades one
through four have been writing,
thanksgiving prayers and short
essays. We want to include a few
today and others next week.
Nate Taylor ..
I am thankful for God and the
Bible and for Mom and Dad. I am
thankful for my church and for
my family, for my friends arid for
my family. I love my Lord God and
Jesus.- I will read my Bible and
pray-to God.
Brian Pitts .
Thank you God for my good
food like sandwiches and Pepsi. It
is good.
Albert Scheffer ...
I'm thankful for the sky, food,
and clothes. I'm thankful for God
sending His Son to die on the
cross to take away all our sins
and for His coming into every-
one's heart.
I am thankful for the school
that we go to every day-and get-
ting smart. I'm thankful for the
trees and for my house that I live
in. I'm thankful for the Pilgrims
that came to America. Thanks-
giving is giving thanks and praise
to God and praying to Him.

I am going to get a turkey and
roast it for Thanksgiving dinner.
There will be cranberries, apple
pie, and napkins. I like
Thanksgiving real good because
it's the feast and a horn of plen-
ty-full of corn, oranges, apples,
and grapes. It will be good and
delicious and tasty.

Progress Reports
Progress reports for the sec-
ond grading period were sent
home on Wednesday, November
17th. If you would like to sched-
ule a parent/teacher conference,
please call 227-1221, ,.'
Parent Notice
Students arriving at school
before 7:45, must go to the gym to
be supervised. ,
Early Dismissal,
School will be dismissed at
11:35 on Wednesday, November
24. School will not be held on
November 25 and 26. Have a
happy Thanksgiving.
P.E. Wellness Tip of the Week
'Settling Disagreements
Listen to the other person;
* Share your feelings calmly and
politely; ,
* Take time to cool down;
Ifr you are wrong, admit it;
* Don't use put-downs;
* Ask an adult to help;
* Choose NOT to, fight to settle

Several years ago. the third
grade teachers at Wewahitchka
Elementary School began a won-'
derful tradition. Each year they
host a musical celebration honor-;
iing .bur American veterans. This
year's Veteran's Day program was ,
one which inevitably left the view-,
er. proud to be a citizen of this
great land and moved by the sac-'
rifice of its armed services.
The program opened with the
singing of the "Star Spangled
Banner" by the WHS chorus, as
they were 'accompanied by the
Gator Sound Band under the6
direction of Terry Str ker. This
was followed by the presentation,
of the flag by the ROTC color "
guard and a re-creation of the
Marines at Iwo Jima.
Following the Pledge of-
Allegiance, the third grade chorus-
sang and cheerleaders clad in red, ',
white, and blue cheered for the:i
veterans seated before them. A;,
brief history of Veteran's Day was
presented and WES's own Bremer
Trio tugged at heart strings while
performing "Fallen."
Following the armed forces.
medley, guest speaker Lt. Cmdr. ,
Jim McLeod provided an appro-,
priate and moving address. The'
program continued with an- ,
nouncements. poetry, bagpipes, ,
and soloist Pansy W\-mes.
Following the program, aji
reception was held at the WES

"Miss Liberty" Jessica Husband



School News

By: Randi Sasser K

Did everyone enjoy homecom-
ing? I hope so!! But, sadly, that'
super-fun week is gone. But to
replace it we have a whole new list
of events to make this week great!
First of all, this week is
"American Education Week."
Because of this, three very special
events will be taking place.
The first two are "Muffins
With Mom" and "Donuts' With
Dad." MWM will be on Thursday:
; DWD will be Friday. Both are tak-
ing place from 7:30 to 8:00 before
school. So come on out and enjoy
a pleasant morning with PSJMS
students and staff!
Also, because of' "American
Education Week," our Project
Wisdom readers every morning
will all be highly successful adults
who can surely teach us new and
exciting things! Be on the look-
out each morning for a new read-
This week also happens to be
"National and Florida Storytelling
Week." Ms. Ann Newsome will be
visiting Thursday at 10:30 to help
us celebrate. She is a storyteller
and will be entertaining us with
her amazing tales! I'm sure it's,
.going to be very enjoyable!
I'd also like to say congrats to
Jerit' Gaddis. He won the Beta
"Beans for Brains" contest and
was awarded $25 arid all the jelly-
beans in the jar. Good guess,
Also, the middle school totally
embarrassed the high school with
-the '"Spirit :Link Contest." We pur-
chased 4,054 links and the high,
school had just over 2,0001 I
always knew PSJMS had- more
See you next week!

pavilion for the veterans, faculty,
performers, and guests. The pro-
gram took considerable time .to
prepare and a lot of hard work on
the part of both students and
During the days and weeks
the students prepared for the pre-
sentation, traditional school
assignments were set aside foir a
bit, but that is not to say these
youngsters didn't learn. ,They
learned what it meant to work
together to. reach a desired out-,
They learned what could
result from diligence, patience
and. perseverance. And they
learned that this nation was built
upon the blood, sweat, and tears
of the men and women of the
armed services. They learned that
the freedom we enjoy and often
take for granted was purchased at
the highest price, the highest sac-

WES salutes our third
graders and those who worked
with them collaboratively to pro-
duce the program, and we salute
our veterans. Thank you.

Flag bearer Will Barber

From the Hallways of


High School

bhv Pamela I-lms o

T h[ tj ,.

.Recently,, the regular season. accreditation process that high.
of one of our-favorite sports came .. schools must go through. .
to an end. Varsity football has fin- Congratulations to the
ished its, regular season this past "Student of the Week" Courtney
Friday. We played an awesome Martin. We salute Courtney for a
game with Chattahoochee. job well done!
The Gators finished the game Some of the WHS band mem-
with an outstanding win of 36-14. bears received a great honbr
The benefit of our great 7-3 sea- recently. Certain members,
son is that we now travel to Jessica' Cole and Chester-,Ude,d ,
Vernon in the first round of the were selected by area band dircr-
state playoffs. tors to attend the All-State Band
Even though football is over Festival later this year. ;.
the beat :still goes on. Another Jessica. who plays the clar-
excellent sport has begun its sea- inet, angl Chester, who plays the
son. Basketball for boys and girls trombone, have been members' of
is on the edge of game time. As a band for : several., years.
matter of fact, "on Friday. Congratulations, Jessica agnd
November 19th, the girls' basket- Chester.
ball team will begin play. Good Last week the golf team cele-
luck, girls. brated the. ending of its inaugural
Last. week,, the students at season by attending a golf outing
WHS got a lucky break. On at St.' Joseph's Bay Country Club.
Wednesday,.November,10, school During Atheir ,season all of the
was released at 12:00 p.m. The players did exceptionally well.
reason for this dismissal was for Hopefully next year our golf team
teachers and staff members to will be as good as or better than
work on the five-year' SACS 'the one this year. Congratulations
review.. This is all part of the boys and thanks for a great year.
Parents and community
Celebration for Parents members are reminded of the
school improvement meeting that
In. celebration of "Take Our wtll be held at 2:45 on November
Parents to School Week." Port St. 18th in the conference room.
Joe High School would like to host Evervone is welcome to attend.:
a breakfast and classroom intro- At 4:00 p.m.. rght after the
ductory time on Fnday, November school improvement meeting. Dr.
19th. Truby,. the principal at WH-IS. will
Parents are ignited to attend be sharing some information
breakfast beginning at 7:30 a.m. about. the school and its pro-
and classroomntinie from 8:00 to giamnsgoals, and future. Again.
8:15 a.m. the community and parents, ahd
This is a time for parents.to go, students are invited to. attend.
and participate in their, child's There will be a question and
educational experience. The Port answer session also. Refresh-
St. Joe-High School ,alminstra-_ ments will be served!
tion and faculty strnglyenqour- Jst asa reminder.,ate^ar
age parents tboattend n;od''cotiii-'- nufirous' op'Jrtunities ",s r
ue to be involved in their child's scholarship' lii for our stu-
education. dents in our daily bulletin. If your
high school junior or senior has
[not talked to you about these
Things, please encourage them to
Scol .rsig oe! look into them.

NY: i fe d

Attention parents! All excused
absence notes must be turned in to
the front office within five days after' -,
Sthe student returns:to school.
Homecoming is over and things
have slowed down a bit at Port St.
Joe High. Congratulations to Neikole -.
Royster on being crowned as the -
1999 homecoming queen of PSJHS.
There were several activities
that took place during homecoming. 7
week,.'-Receiving first place for the
floats was the jkniof class;, second
place were the freshmen; third place
were the seniors;- and '
receiving honorable en-
tionri were the sopho- ,
mores. .Winning the
"Decorate Your Door"
contest was Mrs. Crews.
Way to ,go, everyone! .' ,.
Once again It is
going to be a busy week
at, .PSJHS. Progress
reports will be sent home : ,
Wednesday,"' November "
17.. The junior-, will be
taking the ASVAB '
Thursday, November 18.
Also, the NJ ROTC
inspection will begin In .,
the gym at 9:00 Friday,
November 19. I '
Next week is sure to be less hec
tic due to the Thanksgiving holidays ,
There will. be 'early dismissal.
Wednesday, November 24, ,at 12,00,
and no school. Thursday, .the 25th,
or Friday, the 26th.
It was quite an exciting week in
PSJHS sports! The Sharks beat he ;
Greensboro Bulldogs with a score of
20-6 to win the homecoming- game.
Friday, the 'Sharks will. travel, to
Havana to compete in the first round
of the playoffs. The game will begip
at 7:30 EST. Everyone come out arid
support your Sharks!
The boys' cross country, team
also had a great weekend as it
advanced to the state finals that will
be held in Titusville on Saturday,
November 20. Placing first for the
Sharks was' Rod Givens,' third
among the 86 runners. Great Job,
The boys' and' girls' basketball -
teams are getting ready to start off
their seasons. The Lady Sharks are
competing in a pre-season tourna-
ment held in Quincy Tuesday,

Thursday. and Frinday (November 16.
18 and' 19). They will open their reg-
alr season at North Florida
,,Christianr November 22. Good luck,

The Tiger Sharks will open tiir
season at home November 129.
against Maclay.. Make us proud,
guys! '
Also, we would like to give a spe-
c'al congratulations to Lirnette Bailey
for her outstanduig'-job ia the Gulf
Coast Community, College Fprensics
T.ouirnament.. Lintte placed flrst in
the, poetry, interpretation contPet.
Way to go,- Linette ', I
SThe,. teacher. in. the
spotlight 'this week is
Mrs. Sarah .Johnson.
Mrs. Johnson Is a r17
'j graduate from Weva-
hitchka High School.
After completing two
years at' GCCC, she
transferrecdtp Troy State
University where !.'se
received her B.S. degree
in -' social scienc f4in
Mrs. Jolfnson has
served as sector sponsor
at PSJHS for the past P8'
) years. She has a $o
spent these years tea h-
ing American History, Civils,
but primarily American Governmnht
and Economics. With, the new bkck
Oche'dulipg, she also teaches Wo d
History Honors 'and a Critical thl I-
ing/Career Research class.
Mrs. Johnson is the wife of
George Johnson and the mother pf
Chad and Norton Arrant.
PSJHS is very proud to have
Mrs. Johnson as a part of its faculty.
Way to go, Mrs. Johnson, keep up
the good work!
Project 'Graduation will' hold a
very important meeting on Monday,
November 22nd, 'at 7 p.m. ,at the
Gulf County Senior Citizens
Association building. Discussion will
be on fundraising activities for Jhe
PSJ Christmas parade and upcon-
ing basketball season. i
All parents of seniors Ore
encouraged to 'attend. Also, Project
Graduation would like to congratu-
late Clay; Smallwood, winner of the
12-gauge shotgun given away at
halftime of the homecoming game.
Thanks to all who gave donations. to
the funidraiser.


GC Youth Mentoring

Accountability Program

Gulf County Seniors' Health Fair Was A Big Success!
The Centennial Building in Port St. Joe was recently turned into a medical screening facility; for a day as area medical profes-
.sionals spoke to the public about healthcare concerns. Gulf Pines Hospital, Sunrise Bay St. Joseph Care Center, Hospice, EMS,
American Cancer Society, Marquis Home Health, and numerous others were on hand. Blood pressure screening, accuchecks and
pulseox testing were done. The annual event is under the direction of Jerry Stokoe of the Gulf County Senior Citizens Association.
[Left] Several hundred Gulf County residents participated in the events offered at the fair. [Center] Gulf Pines Hospital adminis-
trator and registered nurse Susan Blevins performed blood pressure screenings. [Right] Special guest at the Health Fair was "Miss
Annie" Collins a resident at Sunrise Bay St. Joseph Care Center. Project Graduation

Bailey Takes 1st Place Meets Monday

In Poetry Competition

" On Saturday, November 13,
Linnette Bailey, a sophomore at
Port St. Joe High School, compet-
ed in the Gulf Coast Community
College, Forensics Invitational
Tournament and won first place
in- the poetry competition.
The GCCC Forensics Invita-
tional was open to all Northwest
Florida high school students, in
grades nine through 12.. The
forensics tournament, is a speech
tournament consisting of individ-
ual events.: The events open, to
students included poetry interpre-
, station, ,duo-interpretation, story-
telling, impromptu speaking, and

Linnette competed against
three other Northwest Florida
high school students. Competition
included three rounds. In each
round, the contestants presented
their poetry to a different judge. At
the end of the three rounds, all
scores were tallied.
Linnette presented Maya
Angelou's poem "Phenomenal." A
brief biography of the poet was
also required. Linnette received a
first place trophy, a certificate of
participation, and a t-shirt. Port
St. Joe High School would like to
offer its congratulations to
Linnette Bailey for ajob well done.

Linnette Bailey

Project uraauation will .nold a
very important meeting Monday,
'November 22, at 7:00 p.m. at the
-Gulf County Senior Citizens
building. .
Discussion will be on fund
raising activities for the PSJ
Christmas parade and upcoming
,basketball season. All parents of
seniors are encouraged to attend.
Also, Project Graduation
would like to congratulate Clay
Sma'llwood, winner of the 12-
gauge shotgun given away at half-
time of the homecoming game.
Thanks to all who gave donations
to the fundraiser.



Sponsored by the Gulf County
;1 11 Sheriff's Department /

The Gulf County Youth
Accountability Program's mentor-
ing component will be holding a
training session for the volunteer
mentors who have joined the pro-
gram. They will serve as a role
model, friend, listener, coach and
tutor for at-risk youth in Gulf
A mentor is an adult who
likes young people and who will
be a positive influence, a big
brother. or sister. They will spend
an hour a week being an impar-
tial, non-judgmental confidant
and friend to their assigned
The mentoring training work-
shop will be held Thursday,

Resort Realty of
-IW-- St. George Island

St. Joseph Bay Office Barr
1520 C.R. C-30, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 '
(850) 227-2000 888-227-2110 850-2

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November 18th, from 6:00 to 8:00
p.m. at the Gulf County Public
They continue to welcome
new volunteers and would be
pleased to provide .additional
information to anyone interested
in making a difference in the life
of a Gulf County youth.
Please contact Sharon Tillis at
648-8251 if you are interested in
assisting in this program.

Need Extra Cash?
Place your Classified
Ad With Usl

St. George Island

St. George Island
850-927-2666 800-974-2666
850-653-2555 888-419-2555

ier Dunes at Cape San Bias
110 Barrier Dunes Dr., Port Sl. Joe, FL 32456
229-9800 800-293-0428, ext. 107

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Port St. Joe, Treasure Shores. Marvelous 3BR/2BA Gulf view
home, .built in 1998. Ceramic tile and berber carpet throughout. Walk-
in closet in master bedroom, tin roof, vinyl siding, decks, on front and
back, large lot with deeded beach access. Being offered at $169,000.
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ol Tne Pirurler-ial Insurance Company of America Equal Housing Opportunity.
Each Companriy Independently Owned and Operated

PRDNTA ESR RAT .- 8822-2 1

Sl Where the Volcanoes Are...
Led by chief volcanologist Matt Hunter, Ms. Carlsten's class
built their own version of the "Ring of Fire." The "Ring of Fire"
is a chain of volcanoes that surrounds the Pacific Ocean. Most
of the Earth's more active volcanoes are located in this area.
"Mrs. Wood's class looked on as the volcanoes "erupted."
Standing, left to right, are Tori Layfield, Amanda Lucas,
Jasmine Fennell, Tori Smith, Amber Lawrence, and Allison
Metcalf. Kneeling, left to right, are Renee Lewis, Morgan Wood,
,Matt Hunter, A.J. Delaine, Blake Barnes, and Jamie Cawthron.

Crystal Sands
OFFICE: (850) 648-4400
S FAX (850) 648-4555 TOLL FREE 1-888-385-1844
Sales Associates:
Janice Brownell, Perry McFarland, Charlotte Sanford,
and Buford Riley
Joan Lovelace, Broker/Sales Associate


109 Ocean Ridge Lane This lovely ranch style home is on a cul-de-
sac in Gulfaire Subd. Home has 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths. Front of
home is brick, back of home and inside has just been painted, new
carpet, sprinkler system, privacy fence. Call for more information.
Gulfaire Subdivision Lots 32 & 33, Block C, Phase II, $34,500.00

2111 Juniper Ave., Port St. Joe 3 bedroom 2 bath home on cor-
ner lot across from elementary school. Approx. 2250 sq. ft. Beautiful
in-ground pool. Fenced back yard. 2 fireplaces. $115,900.
For Sale-414 Arizona Drive This beautiful home has 3 bedrooms,
2 baths, living room has stone fireplace, privacy fence, beautiful
landscaping, 2 1/2 car garage with work shop, too many extras to
list. Call for more information. $185,000.00

Greathome-seeing ovin famlies

Let Us Pause for Thanks .

.. Have A Great Thanksgiving!


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3BR/2BA, 2 car parking. Central h/a, fire- either 3, 4, or 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, formal cious living I ..- recently remodeled
place, has lots of extras. Has. nice back DR, eat-in kitchen, double carport, Ig. ,,.:leri/. '...: ,, l..... .: ,,-,,
porch with large bar. Great for entertain- workshop, large lot. $117,000. $500 bonus ,1 r...., CII i e '. I,.. .. I., i..
ing. Reduced to sell $124,900. Call Jay to selling agent. Call Brendd Miller. appointment 227-9600 or 800-451-2349.
Rish 850-227-9600. MLS #3284. $135,000.00.

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Back alley access. Open carport, 10' bay
window with built in storage. Sits on 2 1/2
lots: Lovely home. MLS#2788. $79,900.
Call Sue White 850-227-9600.

,1321 McClellan Ave., Port St.,Joe. 4BD/3 I
BA, 2 car parking, cen. gas heat, ceri. elec- ',- ..:.. ,' r
tried codiling, breakfast rm., eat-in kitchen, Piergiovanni framed. Circul
irrigation well, screened porch, Master'suite bathroom w/cldtured marble
w/2 large closets, split le.el design, nice vanity top. Other ameniti,
corner lot, neat as a pin. A must see. r-m 'criirirv system, os
$115,000:, h, H._....:' Reduced

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-Cape Plantation: Approx .5 acres partiall, Jered C0 erlooks
St. Joseph Bay Country Club. $39,900.00 ML5-32S56 Call
Susie White 850-227-9600.
Nice- I.r i ..., from St. Joseph Bay. Apprn- *400'o300'
Bayfrorit lot 100'x400''head of the bay, LCre ,I bu, t $85,000.
Secluded Dunes $99,000 to $125,000. C'ur,- r mar..ncir. owner
is broker.
Surfside Estates #38, $59,900. Owner is blr.:.ke'
Paradise Gulf Subd. Access to gulf and ba, i 2.".00f to
$49,900. Owner is broker.
100x300', $39,900. Owner/broker. CO"%er innariu inn. '
300'x400', $99,000. Owner/broker. CO rn ei r, ic. c i'
200'x400', $79,900.,Owner financing'

Unobstructed gulf view 2BR/2.5BA u/jecl !: o-'..l.::.liring the
gulf. Sold furnished & ready to rent I1 5'3.900
3BR/2BA brick home on 2 lots with priorr l.lel srem, garden
tub, irr..well, $137,500.

Two Offices to
Mexico Beach Office
Hwy. 98 at 19th St.
Rentals (850) 648-5449 Sales (850) 648-5683
Fax (850) 648-4247

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lar drive, master
3ed garden tub &
es' include mud
ikstaircase. A
to $159,000.

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r.,:h.-d 4 Lf.l' .2 .-. r -lu. rh ".. gre r
ne .11 .g, r..:.:: .. .d rental history.
PRICE REDUCED TO $'1667T500.00. Call
Brenda M iller

Summer Place. St. Joe Beach. 3 BR 2 BA
1800SF home, beautiful gulf view With a
pool and bath house in new subdivision.
Front and rear decks. $249,900 Call Lisa

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with no Corps of Engineers easement. Country
living at its finest. Covered pool, covered dock
on the water and a fine stable. A must see for
the discriminating buyer. Call Jay Rish today for
an appt. 850-227-9600. $420,000. MLS#4239

312 Maryland Blvd., Mexico Beach.
3BR/3BA MH with Fla. room, screened-in
grilling room, fully furnished, outside stor-
age and shower, landscaped oversized lot
l00'xl50'. Lots of amenities. Brenda Miller.

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-A c~nert -.4 c a o inse u sn uv,5l icplace ir. JJo.
.1 ric m..~ .civ-,r.ed por~:.ch JF .or, 1'...i;H.. I...
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Mobile home 2BR/2BA screened porch, deck, above ground
pool. $42,000.,
Gulf Aire across from pool, $24,500.
2.75 acres, trees. $16,000.

Port St. Joe: Ward Ridge, six 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-
Port St. Joe: 16 St., Lot 8, approx. 75'x180' waiting for that
dream home. Water and sewer are already in place.
$24,500.00. MLS#3838. Call Susie White, 850-227-9600 or
850-227-4046. This will not last long.
Port St. Joe: 16 St., Lot 7 approx. 75'x180', water and sewer are
already in place. $24,500.00. MLS#3837. Call Susie White,
850-227-9600 or 850-227-4046.
Ward Ridge 75x120', city water & sewer, owner financing,

erve You:
Simmons Bayou. Branch Office
2010 Hwy.,C-30
(850) 227-9600 Fax (850) 227-2115

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BEACH HOUSE. 3BR/2BA, unfur-
nished. Large LR & MBR, 75'x100' lot, 3
blocks to beach. Reduced to $74,5,00.
Brenda Miller

137 Cape Plantation, 3BR 2B home over-
looking Golf Course. Has split bedroom
floor plan with open greatroom. Lots of
spacious living and great. home for enter-
taining. A must see home!!! Call Susie
White today for appointment 227-9600 o

F lr Bi.' ibdl.l:.a I.,i~r,0 3. 111ain
.d.tuil, s nC ill so..,!z
I .Ja1 227 )600 C'Reduc:ed to


Cabell Drive lots that are 135' to 140'on the front. Water and
sewer. $18,000 to $28,500.
Garrison & Marvin Ave. several lots that are 100'x150' from
$14,000 to $21,000.
Highland View Bay Breeze Subd., 100'x297'. $11,900 and up.
Lot 20, approx. 100'x297', nice lot, will not last long. $15,500.
Call Susie White 850-227-9600 or 850-227-4046.

Large Tracts We have several large gulffront,
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. c21 trrealty@aol.com


Thompson-Rish Realty, Inc.
Real Estate for the Real World"


01999 Century 21 Real Estate Corporation and Ttrademark and servicemark of Century 21 Real Estate Corporation. Each office is independently owned and operated. Equal Housing Opportunity



GCCC Early Registration

Early registration for the
Spring 2000 semester at Gulf
Coast Community College's
Gulf/Franklin Center will be held
November 22-23 from 9:00 a.m.
until 6:30 p.m., ET. Call the Gulf
Franklin Center at 227-9670 for
more information.

Registration on the main
campus will be held November 29
through December 3 during regu-
lar working hours, Monday
through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. until
6:00 p.m., and 7:30 a.rn. to 4:00
p.m. on Friday.
Registration will be held in
the Office of Admissions and
Records.- Students must have a'
course approval card in order to

register. Call the main campus at
872-3892' for more registration

Senior Citizens to ,

. Conduct Outreach

The Gulf County Senior
Citizens will be conducting a
neighborhood "Outreach" in North
Port St. Joe on Wednesday,
November 24th, from, 10:00 to
11:00 a.m. as. their .representa-
tiUves go door to door giving out
Information about the, maiy ser-
vices available to people 60 or')

Left to right Ruth Phillips, Thadus Russ, Marsha Harpool, WIG Exec.
Director, Randy Brockman and Sally Fields.

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finiantff .

vs. CASE NO. 99-357-CA
Defendants. ...


P.O. Box 13731 -
Mexico Beach, FL+ 32410
to foreclose a mortgage on arnd encumbering the fol-
lowing property in Gulf County Florida
See Exhibit "A" attached hereto and by this,
reference made a pact hereof."
ParcelA .-
A parcel of land lying in a portion of Sectibn 33.
Township 5 South. Range II West, being more par--
ucularly described a foIllowi-
Commence at the Northeast corner of the Northeast
quarter (1/4) of said Section 33, Township 5 Soiuth,
Range 11 West! thence South 00'22'57" East,70.00
feet along the East line of the Northeast quarter'
(1/4) of said Section to a point,on the Southerl5
rght of way line of Pleaiant Ret Cemetary Road
thence along said Southerly nrght of way line North
89'16'17' West. 103091 feet to the. Point of
Beginning- thence lea.Ing said Southerly r1el-it of,
way. line South- 00'20'31" West. 21000 feet thence
North 80"16'17" West. 105.00 feet: thence North
00"20'31" East, 210.00 feet to a point on said'
Southerly ngrt t"f way line. thernce sloni said South
rght of way line South 69" 16 17" East. 105 00 leet
to the point of beginning Said land- containrg 0 51
acres, more or les
Also :...
Description .. .
Parcel B .. -
A parcel of land lying in a portion of Section 33.,
Township 5 Suth. Range I West, being mure par-
uculaily deucrlbed as loll,.s .v
Commence at the Nonheast center of tl e Norriteast
quarter (1.41 of SecUon 33 Twn liap 5 South
Range 11 We t. thence South 00-22 57- Eat. 70 00
feet along the East line of the Northeast quarter
(1/4) of said Section to a point on the Southerly.
right of way line of Pleasant Rest Cemetary Road:
thence along said Southerly right of way line North
89"16'17" Westi 92914eetto --the-,point ofrbegth-
nmo Lience. leaDing naid Sou-,Lriv rngnti of ay line
South 00-20'31' West. ,21000 leet. hence North
89 16"I -" esL 10500 feet. thence North 00 2031-
EasL 210 00 feel to a point on said Southerly right
oi wavy Ine. thence along said South night of way
line. South 89"16'17" East, 105.00 feet to the Point
of Beginning Said lands containing 0.51 acres,
mofe or less:
Has been tiled against yaou and that you are
required to serwe a copy of vour anrien defenses, if
any. to it on Thomas S Gibson. Rish. Gibson &
Scholz, P.A., Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is
206 East Fourth Street. Post Office Box 39. Port St.
Joe, FL 32457, within thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this notice, and file the original with
the Clerk.of this Court either before service-. e
Plainuff' atuomev or Limmeoiatily v eieeafier: other-
wise a delult will be entered aoiJnst 4 ou for the ,
relief dernan.--Ican t he Complr int

'' BY !S/ P.1 'AUGHAN
S As Deputy Clerk -
4tp October 28, and November 4. 11. and 18, 1999.
Plaintiff, .



E NO.: 5:99cv136SPM

I. 'Defendanit. ;'

PLAINTIFF. by ana through it; undersigned
Assistant United States Attcsney for the Nortnern
District of Florida, haring filed its nuorn Motion
under Title 28. U.S.C. 1655. for an Amended
Order for Service of process by Publication on the
defendant Louella Moates herein in an action to

foreclose a mortgage lien on real property within
this District In Gulf. County, Florida, to wit:.
Cqommence at the Northeast corner of Section 3.,
Township 6 South, Range 9 West. Gulf County.
Florida and thence run South 0205'39" East
along the East boundary of said Section 3 fot+
657.31 feet. to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence
continue South 0205'39" East long said East
boundary for 110.55 feet;: thence South
6240'00" West for 314.21 feet to the East right of
way line of County Road No, 381: thence'North
2720'00" West along said right of way line for
100.00 feet; thence North 62'40'00 East for
361.35 feet to the Point of Beginning Said land
lying and being in Section' 3. T6wnrshIp.,6Sduth,
Range 9West. Gulf County. Florida and having
an area ol 0 76 acres, moreor 1las. Also being
known as Lot 16 of the unrecordel plat of Turkey
RunEstates. 1 I; .
And it.appearing to the court that said defendant.
Is not an Inhabitants of and cannot be found
Swllithng the State ofl Florida. and has voluntarily
appeared herein, and personal service upou n ner
Is not pracutcal because her whereabouts, resl-
dence and address are unknown, and the Court
being advised In the premises, It Is
ORDERED that the defendant. Louella Moate-s.
appear and file responsive pleadings to the cornm.
plaint for foreclosure of a lien on the above
described property with the Clerk. United States
DiSUtrIc Court. Li S Courthouse. 401 E Fir.t
Avenue, G arsnille. Florida 32601. on or before
December 9, 1999. aid in' default thereof 'the
Court will proceed to a hearing and adjudication
of this suit the same as If said defendant had
been per sonally served in the State cf Florida and
such shall. as regards the defendant who does
rot appear. effect only the real property
Saecribed abose This Order is to be published in.
THE STAR. a newspaper of general circulation in
Gulf Cour, Florida. once each week for six (6)
consecutive weeks, commencing no later than
two weeks after the date hereof.
DONE and ORDERED thi. 12th day of October.
1999. ..
6tc. October 26. November 4. 11. 18, 25, and
December 2. 1999"

Inrs: e ,
(Tax Id. No. 13-3877064)
COMPANY, LLC. through 99-758 (PJW)
(Tax Id. No. 59-3379704)
FLORIDA COAST PAPER Jointly Administered
(Tax Id. No 59-3379708) and
(Tax Id. No. 59-3379707),
: Debtors.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on April 2,1999 (the "Petition Date"), Flor-
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Paper to, L LC. ] al.Case Nos. 99-755 IPJW) rough 99 758 IPJAl
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counsel for Debtors
Dated: November 11,1999' and Debtors in Poesgsio0i


The Five Point and .Wetappo

Landfills will be closed for

Thanksgiving on Thursday and

Friday, November 25 and 26, 1999,

but will reopen at their regular times

on Saturday, November 27, 1999.

2tc, 11,18 &24


The City of Port St. Joe Public Works announces the hol-

iday garbage pick-up schedule. Thursday, November

25, 1999, Thanksgiving Day, there will be no garbage

pick-up. Thursday's garbage will be picked up on

Wednesday, November 24, 1999 and Friday will return

to regular schedule.

: 2tc 11/11&18

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Randy Brbckman, production
superintendent for Arizona
Chemical, presented members doVi
the, Washington Improyementj,
Group (WIG) Board of Directors a--
check for $2,000 -to assist andt- *
support a community 'reading-
,program being developed. 'A'
"Reading is1 the, key to knowl-
edge and we want to support our,:
future," Brockman told the board:,,
prior to presenting the gift.
WIG president Thadus Russ '

1200 U. S
: Mexico Be
Sales 850

accepted the money on behalf of
the board and extended his
thanks to Brockman and Arizona
Chemical for thei- assistance.
"We'll be working at theT
community level hand in hand to
develop these skills," said Sally
Retired school: teacher and
WIG board member Ruth Phillips
added, "We're committed to help
train the youth and children- of
our community," '

Hes A "Dandy" Pal for

Someone To Love
Dandy and his four-legged
friends at the Humane Society are
anxiously awaiting for someone to
adopt them. ,
Dandy's friends include:.
seven eight month old part
retriever part sitter puppies; one
sharper and lab mixed puppy that
is, 14 to 16 weeks old, a brindle-
and bulldog, 10 weeks old:. two
small mixed half breed black labs;
several grown dogs: a full blooded
siamese male, a chocolate 12
week old little female, long haired,
mancoon cat; and a solid gray mix
'breed cat that's three months old.

"Dandy", your canine friend-"

St. Joe Beach office: 850-647-3333 or 800-411-3717
Cape San Bias office: 850-229-2777 or 800-654-8689

NEW Listing, Hwy. 386 to Lucia Ave. Gulf View. Ap. 100'x245' av. depth. $89,900 ,
NEW Listing, 250 Bay St. 3BR/2BA modular home, beautiful landscape, priced to sell.
NEW. Listing, Bay St. adjacent corner lot with high vegetation, possible gulf view fo-'
house on pilings. $36,500
AMERICUS AVE., Gulf View, priced to sell, 2BR/2BA. $145,000
GEORGIA.AVE., Apprbx. 480'xl 358' avg depth (14.9 acres). $425,000
NEW Listing; Corner of 16th & Marvin 3BR/2BA, with mother-in-law suite, $85,500"C
NEW Listing, McClellan Cottage- Quaint 1930's bungalow. 2BR/1 BA, $55,000. .
NEW Listing, 1.67 acres fronting Hwy. 71 Commercial property,' priced to sell
Howard's Creek, Excellent potential for fish camp or RV park, has concrete boat launch,
boat slips Itrailer hook-ups, and bathhouse. $63,600 .
Calhy Kitche.'s carhyk@ilor.da-beach comr Vick.e Davos
Mtargarel Pressv.ood margareip@florida-beach corn Cape oan Blas. Si Jo6 Beach
Tomm, Lui.er orrmm ,l@flordo-beach cor. .kieh1ilor.da beach com
Ten Polr,er verp@Qlordo beach corn http://www florida-beach.coa

Fantasy Properties, I

.Hwy. 98 2221 CR C-30 :-
ach, FL 32410 Simmons Bayou on St. Joe Bay
5146 or 1.800.458.7478 850.227.2511 or 888.458.7470 ;

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NEW LISTING Gulfaire Sub., 103 Buccaneer r,.:me I aim:i
Drnie. Lar.c. c,:mi'-rt[ible t mil., home 4 bid. t -ir,-. r. -t.i t i
room. 2 5 balh .rtcc'o on corner l Dr c. Ica tiri plcEr < i.,i nc.r
in liv. rm., den and formal dining room, eat-in cii..pirc..: i. pt
kitchen. Deck off master bedroom and bath dl-baic I-t.h.
upstairs, 2 car garage- $149,900. Call 'llen ,i:i;s., .

Mexico Beach
NE LISTING Preliy in Pink, 822e His. 98, St. S all u our .ch:
SJoe Beach ,:du.ialul 2 tr 2 app.i':.% 1100. 11 t a 2br/2.5 L.
lll% rurnm -ed 2 rofri ome r lur. iks t1i. i r.-i' nished. 2 i-nd
or great permarenl hli-.me Apprio, 5' ol parking, us.o' nits. $159.n00
plenty t room for tre boat Close beach access anrd
great water views. Growing area with all the conve-J up. i.L 46'i-
i prices. The home is just over one year old and --
i everything is in excellent cond. Shows hke a. drfarr. .
GoingI .... Going' $1980,()0. I '

107 5. 30111 St.
sunset from i
+l t' 4BR/2.SBA ho'
*,. al r.>:,i pri c.
-.. amenh re_ je; c

H Oiv PorSt i. joe shad% corner lo1 with mag i
nijicent pecan & pines 2 bcdr..om. I ba, dining
rm 2 porche. Includes uto,ie retTg ui&d Ne.
zooil and -nd,.- i r''94, N.d ddE rtJ d.:. rtng See
arn., i.me I '. ui0 ii rm
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center, gas stove.8

8245 Guliaire Townhouse. BEACHFRONT.
2 bedroom. 2 1 2 ba. completely furnishd
tovnhouse. Has 2 deck-s- tE th panorama.: '.'l.
ot Gull 'er-, nicely tuorrni i; d al:o h1- a fir' .
place. Grear rental $195 )I00) ---- ---
8004 Alabama
LOT L "I I ba. brick homr
Cape San Bias indian Pass--Gulf PiresI cri-sd gara
S/D-Indian Pas-. lot 1-, Blk A. Gulf landscaped, pi
Front. 104' X 355'. $249,000. peted and parr

VACA NTLOTS- 717,'Gultai, Dr Lot9, BllD, 5'x125' nice
16t. $32,500, .
Mexico Beach-Commercial, 820 Hwy 9e. BVILDING ONLY!,
I Approx. 1200 sq.' ft., heated and cooled.j Good parking.'
Entrepreneur's dreaml -Zoned' commercial, high traffic area.
$350,000. ,
CANAL FRONT Home-116 N. 38th St. -Mexico Beach.
Spacious home of excellent construction in attractive neighbor-
hood, never rented. Has dock, very large deck, on pilings, with'
43' x 56' of concrete for parking and patio,-atea. Large utility
room. Great room with cathedral ceiling, Cpres-. panelling.
berber carpet ceramic floor in kiicheni.wet batpartr. i:ora3e
split bedroom plan. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Vinyl siding- shallow
well pump, fenced back yard on canal. FURNISHED $2-' Ou 0
Mexico Beach 116 S. 41st St, very nice 3 ,be druom. 2 b.atb
beach -house lur Saep. to the water. TotaUdi1updared inrerior7
including paint, carpetvinyl, and al: re-s. furni-hings Full;,
furnished, large glassed inporch, em-enor rtibrage uni hand- .
icap accessible. Excellent rental potential il'5,,00l
Mexico Beach 203 Fifth St. Affordable'. each retreat 2
bedroom/2 bath house is 725' from -dedioated beach.. niceI
yard. Has great possibilities. Needs some' w6rk. Reduced to
$99,500., "
111-A First St. 1/2 stucco duplex with i,, view 45 steps
across from dedicated beach. Gulf view from glassed-in dining
area. Great arrangement with, master bdrms, 1 ba., kitchen,
dining, living area upstairs. 1 Bdrm., 1 ba. 4$wnstairs, garage
with auto door opener. Reduced to $104,900.
342 Coronado St; Spacious 3 BR/31A comfortable approx.
2800 sf home nestled on 2 large lots. Bath orn each of 3 levels.
Stairs on side and out for safety. T1ots of decks. 3 BR and 2.
baths on 2 main living levels. Lots of room on ground floor for
game.room, office, bedrooms, or could be used as large apart-
I ment. Ground floor used to be antique shop, office and stor-
Sage, ch/, stove. Lots of possibilities. Must see. $165,000.

. Gull Aire Sub. beaiilul La Ne---
,el torn ,,n F .'od IV.el i buili t.r.ck
i r1. i' il FI,:-r-a3 rn- 'ir m asltl
0 ii .l.: ii -., Fnt a 1 ti. r a a lmai i ET,;-
skag- andcii -il 'I-, i.-' :ti-p, u d pn aie
C6.i11p-d i U-:.liTiset. Mi-t g -. t ppr-I '.I G

- step out to the beach Bu, one or
e Gull \ ,e ,,Ic--nlime- Each has
l.Itb applkan.:e: & -.laesully ur-
unil 17 00i0 each 2 middle
each These are too good to pass

, Mexico Beach. cou must see the
the deck of ith, lovely home'
nmeon pilirig. brick fireplace. met.
, .-n:e r3F.p-arc-und dueck irriga-
rii, ot parking s ,. .lan,', mo-:re

1 3 hNdi.xm "bath bome with uiique
-, E i-i.Ejrure ig l ardi.3%ped corTilerl. o
h sproMkler .iterm bta yard paj.:, 2 at
i. Nne Ielo-i cLr.,gs sled country &
rie ,, l '.t i. l e ha pl,.0 pu-i0 Er'', r nt', ,,
ricecito sell at $179,900. ':

BEACH FRONT New Listing 8
St. Joe Beach. 4 bedroom 3 bath
eec:uti'e h-mr Ncarl nev. at 4y
carpeteld ,. decorator louches App
It ol living space Separale air con
each ol three levels Partiall) furnish
Owner ready to negotiate. Call Mari

101 Nautilus, Seashores Subdivis
b. atuc:'o h-,:me lust 3 ears old 1
in back Short salk to the bea
garage. Puiced to sell' i1.1,500

ry wunh panoramic Gulf view. 2 i
bath. Townhouse on St. JoeBeach
cony, breakfast bar, beautiful woc
Inside utility & exterior storage Qu
Eat li'e-ile 1,1;O000O

Versatile home.office ..et' both H
hfapprox 147. ft.) and canal access
Ave. Seashores Subd. 3 bdrm., 2 Property includes anh additional bu
e in a % erv mnie subd.i .ior.. 2 car can sell or rent four boat slips (3 wi
e-,. utility shed in bact. Nicely you and reduce your mortgage subs
privacy fence, screened porch, car-- miss this opportunity, reduced to $2
quet floors. A Must See! $169,000.

70S Gulfaire Dr. Very nice 3Br 2 Ba single le-el home in like
new cond l2100- SF open flcor plan, Ig Fla rmi., master BR
suite and ;plit Br plan Nicely landscaped 75'x120' lot, piiva-
cy fenced back yard & Ig arbor patio indoor., outdoor living.
,2 car gage and loads ofl storage Reduced to $169,000.

Mexico Beach Marina located on Mexico Beach Canal 4
.0i-: ba.i and tackle shop, gasoline pumps, boat docks, 3,000 +
Ssq ft bldg $690.000
Motel 4103 Hsy. 98 Mexico Beach. Located on four lots,,
gunite st.-imnrmrig pool boat parking, good investment poten-
h.al $5?0,,000
816 Marvin Ave., Lovely 4 BD/2 5 BA on a Ig. 150/175 lot. 3
level home. Remodeled kitchen with new flooring and new
cabinets. Entry has ceramic tile flooring. Den with fireplace'
' 'overlooks 16x40 in-ground ;swimming pool. Office off den.
Deck off master bedroom. Cen. h/a, double car garage. A
must see. $439,99, Reduced to $124,900.
Indian Pass. N. Seminole and the Lagoon. Waterfront lot.
Tremendous opportunity for secluded homesite wits dock
on Indian Lagoon. 225' of waterfront available, or' may be
subdivided..The entire lot is .88 acres MOL. All eligible for '
FEMA insurance. $225,000. .
Great Gulf Front Opportunity. iOn Cape San Blas Secluded
Dunes Subd. Lot F 3, 116 ft. on the gulf approx. 295 ft. deep,
total .67 acres. Everything is right on this one, World Class
Beach, dramatic high dunes, remote site, controlled access,
your neighbor is the state park, limited to no erosion and pos-
sible to permit for two residences. Well priced at $410,000.
Call Tom.
Gulf i 't d j' armed,
$25,00 DER ONTRACr
St. Joseph Shores. Approximately 120x344 ft. Very nice lot on
Hwy. 98. $180,000.

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Apaacicla 8 .-24-96.. .........and1-80-25-79





John M. Delorme, Realtor/Broker
' .. C 647-3633 .,
S Ellen F. Allemore, Realtor/Broker
S .. 647-8939
Brian Cahill 648-8124
I IJ I,, Tom Graney 647-3736
[LI __-'"- :;* : Marlene Harris 647-5316 -
AL .-ro, M LS Joan Smithwick 647-4150

1 w. 8

02, .l n ONE OF A KIND DUPLENI Ill E & F 1l St., .
ve ar. neil M ico Beach. 2 bedrm I beth upiir-. b2ed
irro 2a400mS, c rcO Im. bath dc.UnPEirt, Liietme &stel ruol.
d to ning for ceramic tile iloor.- Great I cat:n' Upper lioor has
hed f5W0,01. 2 deck- usilh great view l gulf Lo-.er unit ha,
rlene deck also with a great tlier Duplex .i on corner
lot Call Ior appoimmentl oon $2419 t0O

sion. 3 bd. 2
Privacy lence
ch tnclored NEW LISTING Dockside Townhouse 110-B
Miramar Dr. Mexico Beach Betlueen beach and
highway ON CANAL! 2 bedroom, 2 5 ba, fur-,
., nished, ch/a, PRIVATE BOAT SLIP. $225,000. ,. .

E TAG. 2 slo. 8417KTadewinds Gulf Aire Subd Uriobstrhicted' -.
bedroom, 1.5 Gulf Viewl Watch beautiful sunsets from your -
hl.Palio. bal- unique 4BR/3.5BA home! Executive home has.- -
lad cabinets. plenty of room 2A00z SF 2 fireplaces 1 in fami-.
telcomples |) room and I in Ining toorr Totlally redone and '
redecorated from inide oul New vinyl siding,/ '
roof, double paned glass, carpet/vinyl, deck, ceil-
.ing fans, all appliances excluding washer and dry- -
er, lawn and landscaping. Hurricane shutterski .
Sprinkler system. Many more amenities. A MUST *,
SEE! $475,000.

wy 98 tr..ntage -
ildable lot. You Located on the canal with six boat slips. Price
ith lifts) one for includes the business, two canal front lots, the -
stantially. Don't building, all furnishings, and inventory. Call for" I
99,000! details.,$550,000. (FC001), .

-Developea Comimercial, Residentiall 180' on U S. 98 b |
440' on Court Sti Also, second. parcel adjoins, 370' on.'r
Americus Ave. by 125' deep. Residential/ commercial zoning.
Great potential! Growing area $600,000. I
YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE! Six. (6) choice lots ini
LaSiesta mobile home subdivision, les, than one mile to
public beach access. All utilities underground. Covenants
& deed restrictions. Palm tree lined, paved streets.
Secure your vacation, home -today only $24,900.
Exclusive agent, Fantasy Properties, Inc., Call 648-2020
ask for Brian Cahill. ..
Baxter Mobile Home Sub.-- Lol 8. This is a cleared
lot in an exclusive sub. covered by cqvenanls and'
restrictions, just off of SunRay Dr. Some owner
financing may be available. $35,000. .
Homes only Subdivision swimming pool
and tennis courts. .
Tradewinds Dr. Lot 2, Blk G, 70'x15' nice lot with Gulf." -
view. -$109,000, ... ..
-Wetappo Drive Lot on paved road, restricted to homes'
only: Creek access nearby and just 10 minutes to beacdT.
Wetappo Creek and Highway 386' 15.5 acres Great
Potential. $70,000 '" :
Red.Bull Island. Unit No. 1, Lot 4, Block #, $10,000.
WATERFRONT Dead Lakes Drive, Wewahitchka. Lot 3 -
+West Arm of Dead Lakes. Lot size 106.7' waterfront x 252.63'
deep approx. Beautiful wooded lot .with direct access to the
Dead Lakes! $15,000.
Beautiful wooded lot, close to the Dead Lakes. Located in
the C. L. Morgan Subd., this lot is zoned for homes or mobile
homes. Lot size 105'x113'. Build the home of your dreams in
this quiet, wooded subdivision and still be just 20 min. from t
the beach.. $10,000.
e-mail: fantasy@digitalexp.com




7 p.m. EST at Old Port Theatre in Port
StJoe' Wade Clark Auctions,
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1995 Chevy Camaro (black), like new,
$9,000 (pay off). 648-2165. Itc 11/18
1985 Chevrolet Caprice Classic, good
cohd., $1,500. Call 827-2937. 4tp 11/18
S 1994 Ford F150 XLT, ext. cab, 68K
miles. Call 850-229-8474. 2tc 11/11
1994, Toyota Celica, PS, PL, PW, anti-
lock brakes, A/C, cruise, 5-sp, 37,000
m., $j7,500 OBO. Call 639-3097.4tc 11/4
1988 Plymouth Voyager, $1,000 "as
isf. Call 227-3625. 3tp 11/4

1993'Key West &railer,15 hp
Mercury, stereo/cassette, bottom
maich1ine, VHF, and top, $7,900. Call
229-8403, leave message. 2tp 11/18
BWt & Trailer For Sale: 1995 Scandy
White, 14' aluminum boat, Mariner
Magnum 40 stainless steel prop,
Minnkota trolling motor w/all terrain
41b foot control. Excellent cond.,
$5,200. Call 639-3339, 2tp 11/18
19 5 Eagle bass boat, 15' w/trailer, fish
finder & 75hp Johnson, $1,500 OBO.
Call 647-3930. I' ltp 11/18

In Wewa: 2BR mobile home, $250 per
month plus security deposit. Call 850-
639-5721. 2tc 11/18

for small 2-bedroom apartment.
.517 1/2 4th St. (upper)
Port St. Joe
$240 per month/water paid/
References Required
227-3579 ro I/

For rent at Beacon Hill near Mexico
Beach, nice private 50'x50' lot for RV.
1/2 blockfrom beach. Has sewer, water,
electric and cable furnished. Also, shed
for auto. $220/mo. Call 850-648-5905.
2tc 11'/11
Nice 2 bedroom, 11 g. bath mobile home,
steps to beach. Outside shower, ,deck,
W/D, unfurnished. $400/mo. Call 763- 7
1043. 2tc 11/11
House For Rent in PSJ: 3BR/2BA, living
room, dining room, kitchen, laundry.
room, nice yard,. storage shed, cent.
H&A, no pets. $470/mo., $470/sec.
dep. Call 227-3511. tfc 11/11
Gulf front at Indian Pass, 3BR/2BA,
furnished, Dec. through Feb. $900/mo.
Call 770-971-4340. 3tc 11/11
'Gulf Aire 'lage'eexecutive 3BR/2BA,
townhousegarage,: sceei porch'pool,
tennis court, & private beach,,
$750/mo:'Call 647-8760." 3tlp.li/1 :/ '
2BR extra large duplex apt.,C/HlA,
washer/dryer, screened,' por'ch, near'
beach, no pets, prefer lohg6term. $600
per mth. Call Chuck 648-8211.tfc 11/4

House on Whiting St. in Highland View.
'$450 .:per..mpth, plus$200 security
Deposit. Call 229-6961. tfc 11/4
For Rent or Sale: 2BR trailer off
Pleasant Rest 'Cemetery' Rd'; Call Bill
Carr 229-6061, leave message. tfc 11/4
Mobile home. lot for rent in Mexico
Beach. Call 648-5476. tf- cf1/4,
Furnished 14'x710 mobile homes. 2 & 3
bedrooms, CH/A, satellite 7V, clean and
very nice. Simmons Bayou close to
Presnell's Marina. Call 648-4400 or 1'-
888-384-1844. 4tc 10/28

I and 2 bedroom apartments for rent 2
blocks from beach. Reasonable. Call
647-3220 or 912-246-1250. tfc 11/4
.2/2 furnished home Cape San Blas.
Boardwalk to beach, covered deck, split
floor plan. $650/mfonth. Please call
Prudential Resort Realty, 227-2000.
tfc 11/4,

Mexico Beach' mobile home lot for 'rent
in quiet park. Call 648-8201. tfc 11/4

For Rent: quaint building, clean, small,.
easy to' decorate,, ideal, for' small ved
dings, receptions. dinners, great rates.
For information call 227-1278, or 227-
1776. tfc 11/4
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
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & refrig,
cen. h&a. screen porch. carport &
laundry rm. '
* 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
*Small 2' bdrm. home,' auto heat & air,
washer/dryer hook-up., .
* One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hookup. ,
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m. tfc 11/4

Apartments and Homes for Rent: One to
3 bedroom apartmentsC duplexes, and
homes for rent in Mexico Beach.
Furnished and unfurnished. Call
'Parker Realty at 850-648-5777 for more
.Informatilon. ''. tfc 11/4
Trailer for rent at Gulf Shore Court, St.
SJoeBeach. No pets, 1 'lk from. beach.
Call 647-5106. M, tfc 11/4'.

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In Wewa: RV & mobile home lots for 2 & 3 BR, long-term rental units. Call Giant Yard Sale: Sat., Nov. 20, 8:00-
rent, $80 per mo. 850-639-5721.7tc 11/is Crystal Sands Realty 648-4400. tfc 10/28 1:00, 6336 Hwy 98, St. Joe Beach.
S _. .;...... '..'.' '"...". ......."... :": :." '' ". "". .......M.n..,,,..-.,^ Mens, women & c. hfldren's.: clothes,
6Q' traflge, new carp2etnewb linds, Traienfornt 5 miles from Overstreet baby items blat ih and
r secor .ia i'ly f r bridge Calf648-36 antiqueites uc tc 1/18
6 64856.*;;'^^^ i E :'' :^' -^^*'..* *i"**.":'. I ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^

Y rd Sale: Sat., Nov. 20, 7:30-11:00 am,
921 5 Starfish Ave. (Beacon Hill). Turn
off Hwy. 98 onto Cowries. Stair stepper,
.car seat, baby swing, scanner for com-
pliter, filing cabinet, leather jacket. lug-
gage and much morel Itp,. 11/18
Yard Sale on St. Joe Beach: Crafts.& j
tools, concrete pelicans $1.5, rabbits &
birds $5 each, clothes and stuffed ani-
,nials. Friday & Saturday, Nov 19th &
*20dth. 647-8926. Itp 11/18"

:YaTd Sale: Nice electric stove and oven,
lalge country table &- hbch. set,, small
e'entertainment center and much more.'
Friday, November 19th, 8:00 am. 1604
Monument Ave. 229-6271 .^' Itp: 11/18
Yard Sale: Sat., Nov. 20;, 8:00-Noon, 211,
Bay St., St. Joe Beach. Clothes, toys,
and Mary Kay products. Rain cancels.,i
Yard Sale: Sat., Nov. 20, 8:00-1:00,
2132 Hayes Ave., 'Highland View.
Clothes, toys, & misc. items, Itp 11/18
Yard Sale: Sat., Nov.,20,. 8:00-1:00. In-3
fant-3T clothes, baby items and much
more. 805.Marvin Ave., PortSt. Joe. ltc
Huge Yard Sale: Sa.', Nov. 20, 8:00 am-
1:00 pm. Household items, dishes,
antique china, kitchen ware, girls'
clothes (3mo.-4T),. womens clothes;,.
toys, bed frame, rugs, curtains, and
much more. 6773 Georgia Ave. (corner
fnGulf and Georgia Ave.) Itc 1 /,,

Yard Sale: Sat., Nov. 20th, 8:90 ,until.
tMisc. items. clothes, furniture
a ptiques. Buddy Floore's residence,
Hwy 386, 5 miles past Overstreet'
bridge. Watch for sign. Rain cancels. (
648-5306.: '' ltc 11/18
Yard Sale: 118 Sea St., Mexico Beach,
8:00 am till, Sat., Nov.'20. Cross 'coun-
try ski machine, picture ,frames,' kitchen
utensils, clothes, etc. ,Itc 11/18
Yard Sale: 114 4thl'St., Mexico beach,
Pri. & Sat., Nov. 19th & 20th, 8:00 ,CT'
til. Tools, pistols, small-storage build-
ings, and much more.? : tc 1/18 8
Big Yard Sale: Sat., Nov. 20, 8:30 til.
Clothing, furniture, telescope,; house-'
hold items. No early sales, rain cancels.
513-C 9th St. (alley between 8th & 9th).
yard Sale: Thurs.-Sun., Nov. 18-21,
8578 CR 386 (Overstreet Rd.) 1984
Dodge van, Troy built .cycle bar,; glass
bloclks, welding machine, chain 'saws,
miscl power tools. ..' J"Itc 11/18-
: Mia.Wxw. ': a'." "" : : ti 1

Yard Sale: 801 Garrison Ave. Sat., Nov.
20th, 8:00 till. ltp 11/18

Looking for caring, honest, loving per-
son to take care of sr. citlzen.,87 years
old. Looking for live-in withi' 1 or 2 days
off. Please call 647-2547.; Itp 11/18
Own a computer? Put it to work $25 to
$75 per hour,. part-time/full-time. 1-
888-883-5714. www.work-from-home.
net\truelife. 4tp 11/18

The Gulf County School Board is receiv- '
ing applications' for Clerical Aide.
Persons having applications on file in
the School Board Office and wishing; to
be considered for this position must
request to have their application sub-
mitted. Application form and job,
description 'are available at the school
office. Completed applications should.
be .sent to Dr. Bill Truby, Principal,
Wewahitchka High School, 754 E. River
.Road, Wewahitchka, FL 32465. Appli-
cation'deadline is November 29, 1999,
10:00 AM, CT. The Guif County School
Board is an equal opportunity employer.
2tc 11/18

The Gulf County School Bpard is receiv-,
ing'. applications for .. Teacher
(Exceptional Student). Persons 'having
applications on'file in the School Board
Office and wishing to,be considered for
this position must request to have their
application submitted. Applicatiopn form
and job description are available at the
school office. Completed applications
should be sent 't Mr. Clayton Wooten,
Principal 'Wewahitchka 'Elementary
School, 514 E.., :River: .Road,
Wewahitchka, FL 32465. Appl-'cation
deadline is November 19, 999, 10:00
AM, CT. The Gulf County School Board
is an equal opportunity employer. ni m
The City of Mexico Beach is accepting
applications for a full time mechanic,
for the. city's Vehicle Maintenance
Department. The starting rate of pay is
$9.41 per hour. ASE certification pre-
ferred but may be substituted with
experience. Application and job descrip-
tion can be picked up in City Hall, 118
N. 14th St., Mexico beach. Closing date
for receipt of applications is November
30, 1999, 4:30 CT. Mexico Beach is an
Equal Opportunity Emibifer 'and man-
tains a drug-free workplaee- '"2t&''l ij/1iB

Absolute Cleaning Service now hiring.
Transportation and weekends a must.
Call 227-7584. Itc 11/18
The Capital Area Community, Action
Agency is now accepting applications
for an Eligibility Worker A in our Gulf
County office. Applicant must be self-
motivated and able to induce client par-
ticipation to create better and more
effective services to the. community,
Graduation from an accreditedt high ,
school and two' (2)years experience with.
a governmentally funded agency.
Education and experience may be sub-
stituted on a one-for-one basis. Must
have reliable transportation. Starting
salary $8.78 per hour."Applications may
be picked up in Gulf County at 201
Monument Ave., Port St. Joe. Deadline
for filing applications is' Friday,
December 3, 1999 at 5:00 pm. For
information call Cynthia Threet at (850)
222-2043 in Tallahassee. EOE. Itc 11/18
Help Wanted- Construction Exp. G.W.
Company & Sons, Inc. Please call 647-
3924. .. 2tp 11/11
Nanny/Housekeeper for large family
with twins. 2 to 3 days per week. Salary
neg. Be a part of -our family! Call for
details 227-3745. 2tc 11/11
Medical Office Nurse, full-time posi-
tion available immediately at. Shoreline
Medical Group. We 'see adults and.
children and are a very busy practice.
Responsibilities 'will include primary
patient care, telephone. triage, phle-.
botomies and vaccinations,' and" other
medical procedures. Benefits include-
paid sick and vacation time,'and health"
insurance after, three months. The suc-
cessful applicant will be energetic, flexi-,
ble, willingto lear, a good team player,
and committed to patient care.: Prior.
experience is helpful but not necessary.
Anyone interested may call 229-8010.
for further information. We are an equal.
opportunity employer. 2tc' 11/1 ,
NEED ROOFERS to replace covering on.
my house. Taking bids. 'Must be bonded,
and insured and have refs. 229-6387.2t
SunBridge Care and Rehabilitation
Center is currently taking applications
for CNA's, LPN's, and RN's. Stop by'the
front office and pick up an applications
Located at 229 9th St., Port St. Joe.0ino/

74e5tasi'^aa^o^f' -

Wl Mobile home lot for. rent in Mexico
Beach, $125 per month. Includes water,
sewer, trash and cable TV. Call 648-
5229. l Itc 11/18
24R/1BA mobile home, 236 Pine St.,
St Joe Beach, $350 per' month. Call
647-8980. tfe 11/18
Large 1BR unfurnished apartment- at
1508 Long Ave. No pets.: Deposit
required. Call 229-6825. 4tp 11/18
2BR'unfurnished trailer at 118 Narvaez
St}, St. Joe.Beach. No pets. Deposit,
required. Call 229-6825, 14tp 1/ 18
Firuilshed 3BR/2BA mobile home just
orne block from beach. Has elevated-
deck for gulf view. $55.0 per month. Call
648-5840. fc 1 1/18'
Home For Rent: '2BR/2BA, furnished,
gulf view on Hwy.. 98. Call 647-9214.
4tc lI1/11lI
2BR/2BA newer mobile home 2-blocks
from 'beach in Mexico Beach. $450 per
month. Call 648-4365. tfe 11/11

*9 a5 5W0 77 74 S tiT1

S Day: 227-7200,
night: 647-3882
St. Joe Beach

Mexico Beach Mini
Storage Units, 6'x12',
and 12'x12'. 648-5146,
Fantasy Properties
tfc 10/7

Available Soon! One
Bedroom Handicap
Apartment Subsidy
? Venus Dr., Port St. Joe, FL
32456 (850) 227-7451
S' Central heat and air
S Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities
On-site Management
(352) 472-3952

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


2 bedroom apartment unfurnished;
cable, water & garbage furnished.
Ocean view, 1004 Hwy. 98, Mexico
Beach. $550 per mth + $550 deposit on
1-year lease. Call before 6:00 CT 648-
4922 or 648-5139. ., tfc 10/21
One bedroom apartment, utilities fur-
nished. Call 639-3600 or 229-2727 s.oi
New 2BR/2BA unfurnished duplex fTor.
rent in MexicoBeach. $495 per month ,.
Plus .dpqsit. Call 648-5476.. tfc 11/4
We have several long' and short-term
. rental units at Mexico Beach & Cape
'San Bias. Monthly, Weekly & Daily
Off-Season Rates Now Available! Call
;.Thompson-Rlsh Realty 'at Cape San,
Blas 227-9600 or Mexico Beach 648-
5449. tfc'11/4
Get your Classifleds in Efari

Ofc. 5 9 4th St..
Port St. Joe, FL


Now Renting Spacious
1 bedroom apartment
Venus Dr., Port St. Joe, FL
32456 (850) 227-7451
Some subsidy available
Central heat andair
SWall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities....
S Mini Blinds
On-site Management
Voice/TrY Access
(352) 472-3952

Now Renting Spacious
1, 2 & 3 bedroom apts.
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


F 10/7

For Rent
Amy Circle, Wewa-
hitchka, FL 32465.
(850) 639-2722
Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities
On-site Management
SVoice/TTY Access
f'-\ (352) 472-3952 Il
tfc 10/7



Jeff Wood 227-1559

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

I Residential. *,ustom:wooc
* Commercial industrial
A & R Fence-
Feneing and Concrete Worlk
Albert Flelschmann FREE Estimnates
EIN#593115646 (850) 647-4047,

'< i -Al.* e ,-^ .--.
ro/^ e Residential
Termite & Pest Control
Termite Treatments *Restaurant Motel
*Flea .Control Condominiums
Household Pest Control *New Treatment/
* .Real Estate (WDO) Reports Construction Sites.
. specializing g in Vacation Rental Properties
'Serving the Entire Area". .'
Free Estimates & Inspections
Do-It-Yourself Pest Control Products

648-3018oJr 229-872

Best prices in town!
A-1 Tree Service & Stump Grinding
Vickery Enterprises, Inc.

3d Continuous Years of
Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks '
Body & Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
' FREE ESTIMATES on Your Body Work ,.
-Baltzell AVe. Phone 227-7229

St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
706 First Street
S Phone 227-2112


;i XlO 10X10 10x20
Orn site Rentals 6 Days A Week

Serving Port St. Joe and Surrounding Area for 15 Plus Years
Major Appliance, Air Condition & Electrical Repairs
RA0043378 IER0007623

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

Excavating Land Clearing Fill Dirt Port-O-Let
Rentals Crushed Oyster Shells Mushroom
Compost and Sand
Complete Septic Service!
Installation Pump-Out Repair

COINS BY THE BAY! I buy and sell old
coins and paper money. Billy Stephens,
fair prices. Home:229-8104, bus. 229-
6803. tfc9/2

Bookkeeping Service
Tax ReturnsA Specialty
200 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
(850) 229-8581

C. .s iawn
I will work for you.
Licensed and Insured Serving
Mexico Beach, St. Joe Beach, Port
St. Joe and Wewahitchka
Clyde Sanford (850) 648-8492

RC #0038936 .
Specializing in Reroofs
Single-Ply & Repairs.
, Where Quality Is -ligher Than Price'

Steve Brant's

SIC. #RC0050321
Port St. Joe Call

Mobile 899-0219 or
tfc, 10/7

2026 Marvin Avenue

S.License #RC0067081


S-25 eWaA E1peenc -- 22968 859
& 10/7



Michael Wood Residential Contractor 227-1589
carpentry & architectural details
S repairs remodels decks fenced
Insured License #RR0067190


648-5474 aF UCENSE ER0010992, RAl 154218









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Gina the Clown is available for birthday
parties. Magic, face painting, balloons
and games. Or have your party at Slice
and Ice in Mexico Beach. Party room
includes clown show, pizza, drinks and
ice cream. No fuss no muss. Call 850-
648-4772. 4tp 11/11
Christmas is right around the corniert
Can't find that special gift? Call me to
fins out details on handmade shell
crafts. Contact Jackie at 850-648-2022
2tc 11/18,
Sears ping pong table, $200 value, like
new, $100 OBO. Call 827-1505. 2pi/.8,

16 CF freezer. 1st $75 cash takes i 'Call
227-2008 after 6:00 pm. Itc 11/18" '
Kenmore washer & dryer, excellent.
working cond., $250 for' both.
Panasonic Micro, like new, $75. Used
windows, tinted, double paned. All are'
46" high by 30", 32", 44"' & 36" wide,
$20. each. Used shop florescent lights,
$3 each. Call 850-647-2570. Itp 11/18

G. E. dishwasher, works good, clean,
almond color, $50. 648-4228. tc 11i/18
For hire with operator: Bobcat bucket
truck. Bush hog, power tiller, boat
repairs, fiberglass work, lawn clearing,
docks & piers. You need.it done, we 'do
it. Dermontt Cause 653-.9760, 'Carl
Lamb 227-2153. 'fc 11/4
Used furniture for sale. 'Johnnie's
Trim Shop, '310 4th St., Port St. Joe.
Just in time for Christmas! 8'x8' all'
wood children's playhouse, boys- or,
girls. Make offer. Call 227-9754. tfc 11/4

Yamaha generators. 1.0 kw to 12 kw
gas & 6.5. kw:diesel. Up to $150 rebate.
,on certain units through 11/30/99.
Financing available. No money down.
Marquardt's Marina, Hwy. 98, Mexico
Beach, 850-648-8900. tfc 11/41
12 bar stools, red, perfect, $12 each; 12
extra tops for bar stools red, new, $81
each; electronic cash register, excellent'
cond., $50. Call 227-3860. Itc Il/18i

Huge Savings-Undelivered Arch Steel
Buildings. FActory Specials. Must SELL
IMMlEDIATELY. 25x38, 30x42, 40x64.
GReat workshops/garages.. Financing:
available.' Call 1-800-341-7007.,
www.steelmastekrusa.com. 2tp 11/11

Mobile, Home for Sale:, 12'x60', 1973,
newly remodeled, 2BR/1.5BA, cent. air,
natural gas heater, satellite, washer/
dryer, cqmes with washer, must move,
$3,500. 'Call 639-4609. ltc 1 /18

Mobile home sale, in Wewahitchka.
Owner finance, x.o credit check, 3 bed--
room, 1 1/2 bath, 14' wide, small down,
payment,, great terms. HURRY! 784-
2087. .t, fc 11/4

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Here's one for6you http://wwwhome-
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Florida's Oldest and Most ATTENTION: McMillian Farms horse-
Trusted Home Dealer: --breeding, training, boarding and much
Starting bn the 43rd Year more. Call 850-639-2999. Hay year
round and farrier appointments avail-
6i3 M liable. 2tc 11/18

1023 N. Tyndall Pkwy.
Panama City, FL 32404
Florida Certified and Licensed REWR, lost-dog,; small black. lab mix
Contractor! th ,ite spotted ,feet & 'chest. Last,
Approved,Government Assisted j tStl Je'coe Beach E-Z Sere L wearing
Homes. rple collar. Answers to Lucy. If you
Iomes. ,have any information, please call
VA, FHA, SHIP Program, and : regardless ofqtome 229-6055. .a i.
Rural Development Homes. ,,
Also, DCA. Zone land Zone III
Co~ventio al Homies in Stock.
WON "W1 m SI a, I~aM~~l

'Special Financing Programs
Available. Land home Packages *
Ready to Move, Bayand Gulf Co.' ,
Open M-F 8-7, Sat. 8-6, Sun. 1-6 '

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219 Reid Avenue; 60'x 90'.
(5400. SQ FT)
Williams Street 30' x 85'
(2550 SQ27 42 FT).

.' ;3BR/2BA house' w/fireplace and new:
'kitchen.' 3 blks. from river in .Wewa,,,
-$69,900. Call 639-5568, 3tp 11/18E
1 2: .:* .* .

P b r d female sheltie, sable Gov't Repossessed Home 3BR stucco'
P re breed femwaleshel^,sab^ /CH/A, needs some TLC, ;special'
Looking for a good home, $100 OBO ms aaiab on Cypres A nl
Call 647-269-4. I-tc l/1. ,$54,000. Call fqr details, toll free 1-888-
335-7704 or 1-888-549-.1774. Action
Chihuahua and' JAck Russell pups 4 28
250 eadh. Call 648 5306. ffc 11/4I Realty. of Bay Co 4tc /28

1986 14x70 Fleetwood mobile home,
3BR/2BA, washer/dryer, dishwasher,
C/H&A, front & back porches,.on 1.5
acre lot in Wewahitchka, $28,000; OBO.
Call 639-3097. 4tc 11/4
House For Sale By Owner: 4BR/2BA,
fenced yard, boat shed, 1703 Garrison
AVe. 850-229-8474. tfc 11/4
Are you looking for your tropical par-'
adise? Then tiis is the home for ybu.'
This southern paradise is located in a
quiet neighborhood within walking dis-
tance to the beach. Most beautiful land-
scaping in area. Must. see! Accented
with palm trees, crepe'myrtles & wil-
lows. Plant lover's paradise! Fenced,
yard w/privacy fence; .6 year oldb home,
3BR/2BA, living room, kitchen, 2 1/2
car garage w/workshop, cent. heat &
air. attic fan, 'stone fireplace, ceiling*
fans in every room, 'all appliances.
included. Many extras. Home has cap-
tured that southern look. $185,000.
414 Arizona Dr., Mexico Beach, FL. Call
Crystal Sands Realty 850-648-4400 or
1-888-385-1844.' 4tc 10/28
SAE BEFORE Y2K! Lots for sale in
White Cit. Call;850-643-5381.tfc 11/4

For, Sale By Owner: 1 1/2 acres of land
on Palmetto Dr. in Overstreet. Property ,
is cleared, centipede grass, 1050'gal.
septic tank, 400' well w/pump & tank,
200 amp. power pole. For more inf6r-
mation call 648-5094. :4tp 11/4

For Sale or Rent: 3BR/2BA mobile
home on .1/2 acre 'lot located in.
Wewahitchka area. Call 850-639-4646.
4tc 11/4[
1/2 acre lot & 12'x60'. mobile homef6ro
sale on Pleasant Rest Cemetery Rd. in'
Overstreet, $29,000. Call 229-6961.
Sfc 11/4
Beach House For Sale: 2BR/1 1/2BA,j
stucco on stilts, large" deck & living
area. 404 Georgia Ave., Mexico Beach,f
$89,900. Call 648-4489. 2tc, 11/4,
For Sale By Owner: 52'x24' 3BR/2BA,
doublewide mobile 'home on 75'x150'
lot, 1, 1/2 blocks from gulf in St. Joet
Beach. Wood decking front & back, new
roof, & i2'x12' storage shed., Excellent
condition. Appraised at $65,000 asking
$62,500. Call 647-311 or 647-8980.
tfc 11/4

For Sale By Owner: 14'x70' mobile"
home 2 blocks from beach, corner lotO
$68,000. Call 229-6961. tfc 11/4
Trade Key Largo house--ocean, canal'
3BR/3BA for San Bias gulf front .hoisce
Call 305-852-5312. tfc l/4i
: ; .

By 'Owner: 3BR/1BA ;block' h6om
w/vinyl. siding, Juniper Ave., near,
'schools. Family. roronm, extra kitchen,
cent. heat/AC, carport, 40' workshop./
shed: 12'x24' utility shed, satellite dish,
auto sprinkler system, fenced -back
,-vardi 75.000. Call 229-6070. tfc 1.1/4

Lots' for sale' in Port St. Joe. Four lots '.
corner of Palm, Blvd. and 19th St. High A nice. 3 bdrin.,.,2> ba. double w fde
and dry qno fill needed. Will sell all or mobile home on 75:x50 lotin qiMet
split. Call Phil 227-2112 days or.2219- neighborhood qn S. oe Beach, aski
8409 nights., tfc 11/4' $55,000. Call 647-3292. tfce'li4

MARY RKAY@. Cars-Boats-Trucks-EtcCallorStopBy SIPCOVER
Margaret ,Presswood 227-9353 ROGER STOKES l W DI ,,E SY .
lndeoendent.Beauty Consultant. A .. .. : ; '; -

58 Hwy, 98, Mexico Beach. FL (850) 648-4896
Do your holiday shopping the easy
way with AVON serving Tyrdall, the'
beaches and Port St. Joe. Call Susan.
647-3651. tfc 11/4
Housecleaning- References Available.
Please Call 229-8036

Charles Branch
(850) 648-8632

Michael Heatherly

Interior & Exterior;
Husband & Wife Team
15 years Neat & |Clean
Local References
P. O. Box 23, Port St. Joe

(850o 229.8778
/- 9

Catherine L. Collier
Independent Sales-
S k : :.Representative
211 Alen Memorial Way
JL Port St. Joe
AVO 11 (85o) 229-46o0
New, Remodeling, Rewire or Repair
W d No Job oo Snm li i
We doit flst-We'll do Wi.ight
UC# ER0015040 Tim Maostri

Trim and finish, decks, interior & exterior
painting, sheetrock & ceiling texture;
All types of carpentry work.
insured Over 25 years experience.

Chris Appliance
p Rair Service

4: 77:Ponetosa PinesDriye
Port St., Joe, FL 32456,
Owner: Chris Acree
Pager: 335-0785
Office: 227-1402:


580 Palmetto Dr., Overstreet Phone 648-4088
Port St. Joe, FL 32456 ax'648-8752

Pl (850) 229-6460,
CPhil Coilier Residential Contrdctor
:f 10/7 Licensed and Insured Lic. #RR-0067199 ;

M Hanging Baskets ,- Evergreens
Annuals Assorted Trees
Salt-Tolerant Ornamentals
Grounds Covers & Muchi orel

.706 First Street Port St. Joe, FL 227-211 2

Business and Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service

Accounting and Income Tax Service
Telephone 509 Fourth Street
Office (850) 229-9292 P.O0. Box 602
Home (850) 648-5919 Port St. Joe FL 32457



* Pressure Cleaning Home, Deck or
Carport Tree Cutting & Trimming
Lawn Cutting
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Free Estimates RF0066770

Satellite Service
6331 Georgia Avenue, Call (850) 647-3171
I PortSt.Joe, PFL32456 Cell (850) 899-1061
S 'l/A

Diesel Engine Repair
229-8651 or 227-8024
Phone Mobile.3
OWNER: Ben Sherrill

Holiday Open House
Sat., Nov. 20, 10:00-Noon
105 Yaupon St., Port St. Joe
Independent Beauty Consultant
"America's Best Selling Brand' iii

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Sales & Installations


Outboard Se ice & Repair,
479 Madison St., Oak Grove (850) 229-8592

,85 9 4 ..TRACTO-RS .DUMP .TRUCKS, F L: *i.....
| 850-648-8924 Mexico Beach.,FL32410



SCREEN ROOM 10' 0X 16' $1495
SINGLE CARPORT 10' X t' $995
DOUBLE CARPORT 20' X 20' --- $1795
MOBILE HOME ROOFOVER 14' X.65 -------. $2495
7 _
Carpet Country
Highway 98 Highland View Port St. Joe 850-227-7241 Fax 229-9405

Do-It-Yourself Professional Carpet Cleaning with
Great for Cleaning All Carpet, Upholstery, and Auto and
Recreational Vehicle Interiors.

40 Y4mn EXpe n e (SSO)-2766/V


639- 2 ANYTIME Iont
227-5986 Prt St. Jo '

Camper in excellent condition, twin'
axle. Call 229-8997 or 229-6343, Ask(
for Willie. tfc 11/4
Gulf-front property with owner finance
ing. Call 706-321-8292. 6tp 10/28

3BR/2BA bay front home. Very nice:
Ceramic tile. all 2271232. 2tc 11/1-1
'Transmission Service Ownen David Gainous
'Oil Chonges'Engine Overhauls
Complete Automotive Services
643 Dolphin St., Highlahd View
Port St. Joe, FL 32456 --
Phone (850) 227-7514 Mobile (850) 227-5072;

806 Garrison Avenue (850) 2277-364
Pbo t St.oe, FL 32456 Mobile (850) 227,-6105
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Antiques Collectables Used Furniture TV's Appliances'
2457 Hwy. 71 North JERRY or JANE KEEL
rWewahitchka, FL 32465 '(850) 639-417"

Mie Plumbing, Glas & upply, Inc.
520 E. First St., Port St. Joe,FL
850-229-6821 or 227-3885

ALANSTRICKLAND (850) 647-8081'
LIc. #ER0013i68 24 Hr. Service
Do It Right the 1st Time Call
Power Poles Trailer Hookups Service Change Outs
& New & Remodeling Construction

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


Keep Your Investment Lookingi
Clean &' New!il
Mildew Removal
Quality Work Reasonable -Prices
Commercial Residential
Fully Insured
From Small to Big Jobs, We Have the
Experience and Equipment to Handle All,
Your Pressure Cleaning Needsl
"This Month's Specials"
Mobile Homes ;
Single $75 Double $100
850 647-2606
Pager: 1-877-831-7769