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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: September 14, 2000
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880 ,
TYT YEA, NUMBE 2 The Star On Line at htlp://www.StarFL.com
XTY-THIRD YEAR, NUMBER 2 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2000


IU h I Two Sections
324 Per Copy Q39
Plus 34 Tax. ... 3


Wewa wnips tarraboee in
District Game Stats on Page 1 A
Gene Raffield Football
League Kicks Off Season
See Details on Page 12A
taw Enforcement Activities
City & County on Page 9A
Sharks Score First Win of
2000 Season Stats on Page 12A
Extreme Weather Wreaks
HavoC Photos on Page IlB
Horses To Play Role in
Beach Cleanup Page 38
School Happenings Page 58
Commodity Distribution P. 6B
Reception Sunday To Honor
Ombudsmen Page 7A
Obituaries Page 48
Worship Opportunities P. 4B


EDA Approved
$268,Oq0 For 1st

Street Project
The City of Port St. Joe
received confirmation :from
Congressman Allen Boyd's office
Tuesday that a Federal Economic
Development Administration
grant for S268,000 :has been
approved for the First Street
Project.
Nearly S1.3 million dollars in
grant funds has been received by
the City of Port St. Joe to address
infrastructure development needs
for the area. Much of this has
been made possible by the Area of
Critical Economic Concern desig-
nation recently applied to Gulf
and seven other area counties by
the governor. .-..
"Gulf County Chamber of
Commerce Executive Director
Diane Scholz applied for the grant
on behalf of the city which has
received 845.900 in USDA grants.
8641.889 from Enterprise
Florida, and now $268.000 in
EDA funds in addition to
S320.000 in CDBG funds.
The EDA grant is the final
piece of the puzzle to furnish
everything from a stormwater
retention pond to a traffic light
and turn lanes at the Intersection
of First Street and Highway 98.
Mqst of the grant dollars are being
tied to the construction of Port
City Shopping Center and' jobs
tliat will be created as the site is
developed.
1 Road paving, street lights, fire
hydrants, and stormwater
drainage are just a few of the pro-
jects that will be included in the
total funding package. .
I When completed. the First
Street project should tie together
with the downtown Port St. Joe.
area which has recently been
totally redeveloped.

Absentee Ballots
Available For
Oct. 3rd Primary
S. Gulf County Supervisor of
SElections Cora Sue Robinson
* wants to notify all voters in need
of voting by absentee ballot for the
October 3rd second primary that
the ballots are currently available.
Anyone who is going to be out
of town on election day, or for
bther reasons can't make it to the
polls on October 3rd. are encour-
aged to contact the Supervisor of
Elections Office by phone at 229-
1117 for further information.
Run-off races that will appear
b' the ballot are-
S Gulf Coun.ty Tax Collector,
Shirley Jenkins (D) and Warren
Yeager (D) [the winner will face
Republican candidate Marshall
Nelsodn in November];
Supervisor of Elections,
Debbie 'Baxley (D) and Linda
Gtffin (D) [the winner, will face
Cindy Belin (R). and Frances'
Montford (I) in Novenmber];
County Commissioner Dis-
ct #1, Ray 'Dickens (D) arid
Carmen L. McLemore (D) [winner
to face Jessie Armstrong (I)];
County Commissioner Dis-
Stridc a ., Carl Fox (D) and Tommy
Knox (D) [winner to face Jorge
San Pedro (R)].
(See ELECTION on Page 3A)


Cheese Grits and Jellyfish?



Japanese Visit Raffield Fisheries ToSee Cannonball Jelyfish Operation


Raffleld Fisheries has been
actively involved in marketing
cannonball jellyfish overseas for
five years as it has sought to exist
in the commercial fishing busi-
ness post-net limitation amend-
ment.
Prior to his passing. past
president of the company. Gene
Raffield. stated. "WVe (commercial


fishermen) are now making a liv-
ing catching and marketing
species that were once considered
to be trash fish or a nuisance."
Cannonball jellyfish was one
of the very species he addressed
during the conversation. In fact, a
visiting group of Japanese busi-
nessmen traveled to Gulf County
last week to see where they came


The visitors looked at dockside boats and processing equipment.


from and how they were
processed.
Eating jellyfish is nothing new
in Japan. The practice has been a
part of the Japanese people's diet
for at least the past 200 years.
And. did you know?-Eating
jellyfish has even been proven to
be very good for medicinal pur-
poses. Or, at least that's what
company Vice President Eugene
Raffield said as he pointed out the
sea creatures have no cholesterol
and contain collagen.
Raffleld made this profound
statement as he downed another
gulp of''cannonball jellyfish mixed
with cheese grits at the Dockside
Cafe dunng lunch last Friday.
He and other family members
and co-workers had taken compa-
' ny executives Norio Nishiguchi.
Tsuneyoshi Miyazakl. Eiji Araki.
Takashi Sakai. and Yoichi (Joe)
Miyagawa out to the restaurant to
enjoy a local delicacy-fried mul-
let with cheese grits.
The menu was expanded
when the Japanese visitors
returned some of the same can-
nonbel', jellyfish, caught by
Raffield':. Fisheries ,' the previous
season' afer it': had been
processed by their seafood com-
pany. Mdst samplers exercised
extreme caution as they were
introduced to their first taste, but


Tornadic Winds Cause


no one seemed disappointed by


(See JELLYFISH on Page SA)


Eugene Raffield starts cheese grits and jellyfish fad-say you
mw itsift i The Star


Major Damage PSJ Roas and Water

Straight Line Winds Huff Puff and Blowww Away Top Action For

There was damage to at least Extremely strong winds O G lf cilm F or
a dozen homes and several local wreaked havoc across approxi-
businesses along a path stretch- mately a one mile swath of Port
ing from First Street to 20th St. Joe late Wednesday evening. G ulf


Street through the city. Most ot
the damage came as a result of
the heavy wind. but equally heavy
rains pinpointed stormwater
-drainage problems in the down-
town area when several business-
es took on water.
There were also reports of
leaning trees and high water in
areas of the North Port St. Joe
community in the wake of the


treacherous weather.
During a follow-up conversa-
tion with Gulf County Emergency
Management Director Larry Wells.
he said information from the
weather service credited the dam-
age to "straight line winds."
Wells pointed out that there
was not a lot of difference between


~~Nor


This block wall at Third


& Williams was laid flat out by the wind.


Dollar General sustained
wind damage to its awning.
tornadoes and straight line
winds. He said much of the differ-
ence is seen in the direction the
storm is traveling and the radar
reflection received from the
storm. Also. straight line winds
are typically broader-which fits
the one mile width of this particu-
lar storm.
Wells noted that a one mile
wide tornado would usually pro-
duce catastrophic consequences.
Again, the storms are other-
rise very similar.
Some areas of damage
include-a block wall within the
Port St. Joe Fire Station building
was shifted by the winds; roof of
St. Joe Hardware warehouse
building; walls downed on' a
building at corner of Third Street
and Williams Avenue; awning on
Reid Avenue; water in several
downtown stores; approximately
12 homes affected; post office;
city's boat basin; dog pound;
Tenth Street Park; and numerous
trees, limbs, and much debris
were blown down and displaced.
In fact, one of those trees was
blown onto the home of Benny
Roberts at the corner of 16th
Street and Monument Avenue,
doing damage to the roof.
On the positive side, no
injuries were reported associated
with or caused by the storm's
force.
See More Photos on Page 1B


Gulf County commissioners
caught up on a few road issues
during their regular meeting
Tuesday night. ,
Road Supenntendent Bobby
Knee gave the board a progress
report on the road paving project
currently under way in the coun-
ty. C. W. Roberts Contracting was
the low bidder for the project and
is currently paving roads on the
paving and resurfacing list in the,
Beacon Hill area.
He said the firm will work its
way, from Beacon Hill to St. Joe
Beach, Highland View. Port St.
Joe and then head into the north
end of the county.
Approve Gulf County,
Shipbuilding Roadway
The board also approved a
resolution agreeing to accept
future maintenance for the 1.9
mile road grant project paving the
old Dynamite Rock Road access-
ing Gulf County Shipbuilding.
Gulfs acceptance of the road
is one of the final steps before the
roadway will be paved from
Highway 71, just south of the
White City Bridge, to the Gulf
County Shipbuilding plant locat-
ed along the Gulf County Canal.
The St. Joe Company has
deeded the property to Gulf
County for the 'roadway's con-
struction and engineering should
begin within the next few days.
The resolution was presented
to the board by, Gulf County's
Administrative Assistant Debbe
Wibberg.
The $2 million dollar roadway
is. being funded by Enterprise.,
Florida Transportation Fund
grants, and based upon jobs cre-
ated by Gulf County Shipbuilding
and St. Joe Boatworks and Dry
Storage. The roadway will also
create nearly four miles of road
frontage for additional industrial
development in the area.
Ditch Landing Road
St. Joe Timberland Company
President Clay Smallwood
approached the board agreeing to
work with Gulf County to open
the 'Ditch Landing Road for fisher-
men wishing to access Indian
Bayou and Lake Wimico from that
area.


Commissioner Tommy- Knox
and County Administrator Don
Butler had met with Smallwood
concerning reopening the road-
way, but several details had to be
worked out because the road and
landing were located on property
leased to the game commission
for. Edward Ball Wildlife
Management Area.
Smallwood advised that those
details had been worked out but
several side roads would need to
be gated, He offered for the com-
pany to purchase the materials if
the county would put up the
gates.
Both parties agreed to move
forward with the road opening to
access the landing.
Water. Extraction Permit
While at the meeting,
Smallwood also addressed the
board concerning a permit
request the company has made to
Northwest Florida Water
Management District seeking to
(See COUNTY on Page 8A)

Wewa Commission
Meeting Report
Wewahitchka city commis-
sioners received a progress report
on their $500,000 Community
Development Block Grant (CDBG)
for rehabilitation assistance for
the elderly and disabled.
Julian Webb of Julian Webb
and Associates outlined the pro-
gram to the board. City Clerk
Jerri Linton said the board hopes
to see work begin in approximate-
ly 90 days.
Commissioners also received
three bids to provide health insur-
ance for city employees from
Gaskin Graddy Insurance, Blount
Insurance Agency, and Fisher
Brown Agency. The bids were
tabled for review.
A new interlocal agreement
contract between the City of
Wewahitchka and the Gulf
County Sheriffs Office was also
reviewed. The board currently has
a contract to receive 24 hour a
day- police protection from the
county sheriffs office.


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The Star

! PAGE TWO THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 200-6


EDITORIAL COMMENTARY Hunker Down With Kes by Kesley Colbert"
COLUMNS .
WRITTEN BY Teammates!
WILLIE RAMSEY EDITOR .. m.


Minority Opinion



Continues To Speak



For The Majority

On the surface, 56% voter turn-out sounds pretty good,
doesn't it? A majority of registered voters turned out casting
their ballots for the candidate of choice.
Helping to mold and shape the direction Gulf County, our
state, and our country proceeds in the future begins with the
election process as we choose officials to represent us in these
matters.
This is the way our system of government works--we elect
people to represent us, and if they don't do a good job at it,
then we have the option to vote them out of office at the end of
the term limits.
As I've said before, banning an act of God,. we're in control
of our own destiny. But, my concern is that a large portion of
voters are allowing a minority to control our destiny. I guess in
a manner of speaking -the majority is voicing their opinion
when they don't turnout to express their opinion.'
Is our society at the point where folks are too complacent,
too busy, lazy, non-caring, uninvolved, or just too sorry to go
to the polls and vote?
Several weeks ago I wrote how I had calculated that less
than 20% of the voting American public elected our-last presi-
dent to office. I received several comments about that editori-
al-most of which pointed out that readers had not looked at
the results in that way before.
Well, here we are in the midst of Gulf County's "Election
2000" and 28% + 1 of registered Voters can select the candi-
date of their choice.
That's right, there's not a significant difference between
voters in Gulf County and voters throughout the rest of
America--"home of the free and land of the brave."
Gulf County has 9,837 registered voters of which 5,520
(56%) turned out Tuesday, September 5th, to vote. Therefore,
2,760 + 1 would thus equal a vote of 28% + 1 of voter turnout.
Gulf County's Supervisor of Elections Cora Sue Robinson
had estimated that between 80% and 85% of voters would
make their way to the polls last week. She based this estimate
"on the-theory- that-voters-would- be-drawn to the-polls-to-regis-
ter their.support for one of the many candidates seeking elec-
tion on the local level.
Surprisingly, not even this record number of candidates
was able to generate enough interest to get substantially over
50'o of the voters out to cast those ballots.
As I was expressing my concern about the lack of voter
turnout to a friend, recently, they suggested maybe the thing to
do would be to print the names of all registered voters who did
not cast their ballots on election day.
While the thought was certainly tempting, I don't believe
we'll do that. But, I do wonder-if we started advertising that
we were going to print all of the names of registered voters who
did not vote during the upcoming October primary in the fol-
lowing week's issue of The Star, would folks turn out to vote for
fear of being embarrassed or criticized?
I have no plans to do that. But, what's at stake for our
community, our state, and our country is far more important
than any embarrassment or criticism one might receive by
having their name published.
The true embarrassment comes when we see what is hap-
pening all around us, and voters have the power to change
that process, or at-least register objection through the votes
they cast-yet do nothing.
Please vote October 3rd there may be more at stake
than you think!


You know how you are about
your youngest child.
You kinda tend to okerprotec(
them just a mite. .
Jesse and I are no exception.
want everything to go just right for
him. I don't want him to ha\e any
problems. I don't want anyone tak-
ing advantage of him. I want him
to enjoy every minute of etery day


He s my baby.
And he's a little naive about
lile and people and "comphcaton-"
. He just accepts e\erythina
and eerfybody at face value .
He-s o young and innocent .
:Course, at twenty-one, he
probably thinks I ought to be eat-
ing my oatmeal and minding my
own business!
.He sure didn't consult me
when he started going out"i w'ith
Jessica a summer or so back. And
I really didn't mind just as long as
it didn't get too serious. I mean,
she is an extra nice young lady
and all . I love her family .


she's bright. good looking, a super
personality. ambitious but
-he ain't good enough for my little
bab: ty
Jess and Jessica. sounds like
c-haracters ,'uit ,-4f one of those
heartthro:b n.ri ell,
Maybe that's what warned me
a little bit, I tho-uht 'of Barney Fire.
"We'\e ot' to nip this in the bud,
Andy."
I'm going to put my foot down
-"Mr. Kesley, I know Jesse likes
baseball, so I've been reading a
book by Joe Garagiola entitled
Baseball Is A Funny Game. Have
you heard of it?"
How would this child get hold


or a baseball classic written in the
early '60's? I was impressed! "Aind
Mr. Kes. I ran across a couple ;of
other old baseball books and- 1
thought you might like to read .

She may not be good enough
for Jess, but she ain't no slouch!
; That first summer we saw a lot
her. Or a little of Jesse. I guesA it
all depends on. how you look.a.tkit.
They were together. That's for dead
certain sure. And they would-come
in laughing and talking and go out
laughing and talking. ,
I got .to. thinking back--dil I
have as much fun dating as.,these
two seem.to be having?. : I c..
Still, I was a. little concernTed.
They were so young .,.
SI figured the' situation .would
remedy itself when they both'-wint
off to college in different direc-
tions! Boy howdy,Athat notioi'Vwas
dispelled early. The second week of
school Jess drove 550 miles one
way to spend a day with her.
They may be writing theitrwn
story!
.I just wish they weren't doing
it chapter by chapter on rty pho ne
bill!
This past summer they both
worked. He was here. She was in
Georgia. That seemed to b.e no
problem at all! He'd manage a day
or two off and he'd head north. She
came down the weekends he
couldn't get up there. She even
made one specific trip just to i lp
him with a lock-in at church.
I got to thinking back-I d'n't
remember ever having a girlfri nd
who would drive for three hotirs
just to help me do anything!
And you ought to see her eat.
She doesn't mess' around,.Avith
those little bitty portions, no sir!
And that's important in this. (ni-
ly, because, if she hangs around
long enough, eventually she .,will
have to sit down to a meal with Jo
Blair.
I don't want Cathys 'sister
thfiriking we'e got or'e of itose
picky-eating, fragile, pale faces on
our hands. "
]
I was getting a little used to
having her around. "Mr. Kes I'll
watch the race with you. Do you
like Bill Elliott?" -
Where did this angelic child
come from? I I I
And listen to this. Just-.,is
past weekend, Jess, make,his
annual Labor Day trek to Daytona
to see Jessica, (We're just,thajkful
she's not going to school in Palo
Alto, California.) and she ,had
bought and paid, for.' two frontxrow
tickets to see a Daytona Cubs ball
gpme!
'I got to thinking back-I don't
ever remember any girlfriend,
including my present wife, ha'4ing
bought me- front row seats to a
baseball game! :.
'Course, Mary Hadley Hd-den
did get us some :tickets:.ohe tifiie to
see Swan Lake down-in Jackson. I
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)


Giving and Receiving-Both Ar Most Satisfying Ventur!
Gi enru


ONE THING I HAVE graduat- ..,
ed to is "chauffeur" for trarisport-
ing my grandchildren to places
they need to go.
It goes sorta like this-
"You don't have to work. Will
you take little Sam to the doctor,
.dentist, orthodontist, hospital,
. etc." '
"Sure,.be glad to!"
The last time we received one
of these requests was to take my
grandson to the orthodonlist inl
Panama City. :
We ..had to .get him out of
school, let him change out of his
NJROTC uniform, then drive him
to Panama City, where he could
pay a visit to the .orthodontist.

S IT MUST BE THE thing to
do, to get kids out of school to
visit the orthodontist. There was.
a steady stream, of kids of all
ages, in and out of the orthodon-
tist's office. And it was a school
day, too.


I decided not to go in for the
short while it would take to tight-
.en or adjust braces..
Little did I know! I sat 'there
in that car, with the sun broiling
down on top, for nearly an hour.
It was' like sitting in a
sauna-an extra perk I .hadn't
counted on as a result of serving
as chauffeur for a day.
When asked to provide the
taxi service, I had to check my
itinerary to make sure something
.didn't interfere, or get in the way
of my providing this service.

I FIND THAT I often have a


conflict.. Just wait until you
retire; you'll see how quickly your
schedule will fill up.
Early on, at the beginning of
my retirement, I sold my second
car. I wouldn't need it any more.
Mistake! '
There are times when I need
it worse than ever.
That ever-lasting conflict of
schedule I told you, about!,
Take today, for instance.
It took until nearly 9:30 for
me to wake up enough to get up.
I .thought the house., ,as
unusually 'empty. Nobody
bustling around to wake me up
I -


sooner. I don't sleep very good
during the middle of the night, so
I bcgir to make;.,p for loLt sleep
about 5:00 a.m.
My wife had gotten up early
in order to keep an early
appointment with the doctor.
I was in the house, alone,
with "Smrudgie."
I got up, washed my hair,
showered, and ate breakfast... .
. and got to work at about 10:45.
I move slow!

I WANT TO THANK Betty
Griffin for sending me recipes for
scuppernong and muscadine pie.
Betty lives part-time at Cape
San Blas and, she says, "regret-
fully full-time in Columbus,
Georgia." She's'like .a lot of other
subscribers to The. Star.
There must be a lot which is
attractive about Columbus. ,A1l I '
know about it is that '.I get 'lost
nearly every time I go through it.
The scuppernongs. are the


gold-colored grapes and the mus-
cadines are the black ones ... or
the other way- around! .
But I'll share the recipes with
you:
SCUPPERNONiG PIE
4 cups, scuppernongs [about 2
lbs.]
1 cup sugar -
1/4 cup 'all-purpose flour
1/8 teaspoon salt
tablespoon lemon juice
1 1/2 tablespoons butter or mar-
garine, melted
1 unbaked 9-inch pastry shell
crumb topping

Rinse scuppernongs, drain-
ing well. Remove skins from
scuppernongs. separate, and set
.both aside.
Place .,pulp 'in :a heavy
saucepan, and bring to-'a boil..
Reduce "heat -and' simmer,
uncovered, 5 minutes. Press ptilp
through a sieve to remove seeds'.


Pour into pastry shell. "' -
Sprinkle crumb topping oer
pie. ,
Bake at 400 degrees fort 40
minutes. -Makes one 9-inch le.
Crumb Topping "
.1/2 cup all purpose flour iL
1/4 cup sugar .- .
1/3 cup'butter or margarine
Combine flour and sugar; stir
well.
Cut in butter With pastry
blender until mixture resembles
coarse meal. -Makes atbouE. 1
cup.
Let this deftciods pie c9ol,
then slice, bringing me a sliced


I'LL, PRINT THE RECIFi
for muscadinre pie in next'weei'
column, although you had just:a
soon have one ,as 'the otcer
Besides, you-. couldn't stand' t
taste both pies iri the same wesf


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Jellyfish

tQA experience.:
In fact, this editor found the
'taste to be quite good, especially
When mixed with chopped toma-
toes and onions in a cold salad.
Cheese grits and jellyfish were
also very tasty.
Part of Culture
Part of the Japanese culture,
as it pertains to business relation-
ships, includes interaction with
the, persons with whom they are
.doing business. They feel it is very
importantt to see folks face to face,
learn about them, their business,
and develop personal relation-
ships.
Family is also a very impor-
'taht aspect of the Japanese cul-
ture as was evidenced by the
-' group's visit to the gravesite of
former Raffield Fisheries
".President Eugene Raffield, who
:"recently passed away, to pay their
-respects.
The group also spent much of
their time touring Raffield's pro-
' messing plant and seeing step by
step how the product is handled,
cared for, and processed for ship-
Sment to Japan.i
They even'went right to the
source Saturday, boarding the
.Gulf Ranger" and viewing exactly
b how the cannonball jellyfish har-
v1esting process is: done.
Cannonballs Are #1
Another important point to be
no. noted is that cannonball jellyfish
are the #1 jellyfish product in
Japan. Raffield said the crunchy
Steecture of the finished product is
a characteristic that is especially
unique to the species.
He also .credits some of that
quality to the handling of the
product, by the fisheries' work-,
STo oce curing and packing the


Dear Sir:
On Friday, September Ist. I
shed across the parking lot of
lie-.Piggly Wiggly and rushed
Inside to the, blessed air condi-
t tioned store. After purchasing
s, supplies for dinner. I arrived at
Sthlie check-out counter only to
realize 1 did not have my pocket-
book, which I thought was hang-,
ing over my shoulder.
SI dashed back to the car in a.
panic, and we looked for it to no
avail. I went back inside the store.
1my'r heart pounding, all of my
I Vacation money and credit. cards
f'(:, re in the lost pocketbook.
In a rather loud, hysterical
voice 'I announced that I had lost
'"my pocketbook and wondered if


;,.Dear Editor:
On August 30, the fishermen
once again centered their atten-
;.jqn on the Circuit Court of the
Second Judicial Circuit, in and for
MWakulla County, Florida and
Florida Supreme Court. August
(' 30th, the First District Court of
Appeals denied the State's motion
---for Petition for Writ of Certiorari-
f. original jurisdiction. reviewing
I Jidge Sauls' denials of the State's
*4riotion to dismiss original filed by
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission in
1999. This case began in 1996-
Swith a Declaratory Judgement
* request for a legal, viable net
(within the limitations of the
Florida Constitution,
Almost five years of motions
to dismiss the N MFC/FWCC has
denied the' fishermen the Florida
Supreme Court. In 1995 the fish-.
ermen filed a declaratory judge-
merit on legal shrimp nets with
the Circuit court of the Second
Judicial Circuit in and for
-Franklin County. The fishermen
Prevailed and was upheld by the
I Florida Supreme Court by
January 1996, 12 months.
January 1996, we thought
the answer to a viable rectangular


anyone within ear shot had seen
it. Immediately one of the check-
out ladies said she had one which
some lady had found in the park-
ing lot and,brought in to her. It,
was mine!
You can imagine my relief and
amazement. I am a stranger to
Port St. Joe and will be here for
only a few days. However. I shall
always wonder who was the kind,
honest lady who found my pocket
book and turned it in to the Piggly
Wiggly. It made my day and
endeared Port St. Joe to me for-
ever. "
Many thanks to one kind
stranger from a very grateful
stranger.
Peggy Evans Thomas'


500 sq. ft. net was simple, file a
'case just as we had on the shrimp
nets. We did not take into consid-'
eration that we had shown the
MFC that we could prevail with
the Florida Supreme Court. We
also didn't understand the preju-
dice against the fishermen by the
MFC/FWCC. A case that. should
have been completed in 12
months has taken over four years.
Will the FWCC attempt to block
the fishermen from the Florida
Supreme Court by filing another
motion to dismiss?
The fishermen' took their
request for justice to Washington
with a civil rights complaint, in
1999 with the, United States
Department 'of Justice, Americans
with Disabilities Act 1990. The
Fishermen are continuing with
Case 97-271. trying to get relief
with the Florida Supreme Court.
with these two attempts and one
that will be released in the near
future, we feel that discrimination
born out of prejudice by the MFC
will be removed from our govern-
ment.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is the
best resource management for 'the
rich that money can buy. When


From Page 1


product, and fishermen who take
care in handling the jellyfish.
S"Our cannonball jellyfish are
of the highest quality according to
reports we've received from the
Japanese' marketplace," Raffield
said. .
The cannonball jellyfish sea-
son is just getting started in this
region. It generally runs through
a six to eight week period, during
the months of September and
October.


Gulf County Maps
Are Available
The Gulf County Chamber of
Commerce has published maps of
the Greater Gulf County area.
Those maps are currently avail-
able at the Chamber office on
Fourth St. in Port St. Joe, or at
various chamber members'
offices.
At this time, no one affiliated
with the Chamber is soliciting
advertising for a new map. A
salesman currently in the area
soliciting advertisements for a


map is not representing the
Chamber of Commerce.


Election

-From Page 1
State Senator Third
Senatorial District, Janegale Boyd
(D) and Alfred "Al" Lawson (D).
Robinson also wanted to
remind voters that the registra-
tion books for the November,gen-
eral election will close on October
10th.


Kesley (From Page 2)


only went because I thought it \\as
a duck hunting story. Listen, I
don't think a word .of itwas in.
English, and they didn't have one
person on that stage that could
put their heels down. Worst thing
about that play was the intermis-
sion wasn't long enough!
"Mr. Kes, Jess and I ran across


we attend FWCC meetings we are
given three minutes to identify
ourselves and present our issue.'
Let me share with you the treat-
ment of our competition. A memo
from Victor J. Heller, Assistant
Executive Director .FWCC,
Subject: Commission meeting.- .
Pensacola, May 2, 2999. (1)
Wednesday, evening, the
Commission and Staff have been
invited to a reception hosted by
J.C. Bradford and Company (2)
On Thursday evening, the
Pensacola Big Game Fishing Club
and Pensacola Recreational
Fishing Association will hold a
reception for the commission and
Staff.
The receptions allow three
hours for FWCC and
Commissioner to get to know the
wealthy special interest 'in a
informal relaxed atmosphere.'
There is no Sunshine Law consid-
eration at the FWCC and it is the
best management big money can
buy. These issues have been pre-
sented to the Florida Department
of Law Enforcement.
The Department of
Justice/Department of Intenor is
working on the civil rights viola-
tion. We are once again on the
path to the Florida Supreme
Court and we will make another
attempt this week to remove prej-
udice and discrimination from the
FWCC.
Never give up.
Ronald F. Crum. Wakulla
Fishermen's Association


some old Rawhide episodes on
tape. I remembered you liked that
show. We bought 'em Ior you. Now,
don't you go watching any unless
I'm here to enjoy them with you."
People, this could be too good
to be true! I can't get the boys I
raised from birth to watch T.V.
with me!' Do you lose a son or gain
a daughter-in-law? I've never paid
much attention to that old -expres-
sion . until, lately!
I got to thinking back-you
know. I ran into Jessica out at the
baseball field before Jess got home
that very first summer. When she
said she wasn't doing much and
was kihda bored, I distinctly
remember telling her that ole Jess
would be home pretty soon and
maybe they could get together'. .

I hope I, didn't make a mistake.
I'm not sure he's good enough
for her!
Respectfully,
Mr. Kes


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Watson and Hysmith Exchange Vows


On Saturday afternoon at
2:00 p.m., August 12, Stephanie
Ann Watson and Timothy Gerald
Hysmith were united in marriage
at the White City Baptist Church
with Rev. Nick Davis officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Terry C. Watson.
She is the granddaughter of Mary
Roberts and the late Harley
"Shag" Roberts of Highland View
and Curtis Watson and the late
Frances Watson of White City.
The groom is the son of Tere-
sa Castenda of Lynn Haven and
James Hysmith and wife, Tammy,
of Honeyville. He is the grandson
of Ann and Jake Hysmith, Martha
Davis and the late 'Elbert Davis,
and Ulmay Peaden.
Cathy Mott served as wedding
coordinator. Pianist/vocalist was
Mary Lou Cumbie. Kayla Siprell,
cousin of the bride, attended the
guest book and distributed pro-
grams.
The maid of honor was Sher-
ry Watson, sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Crystal
Maxwell and Lisa Watson, sisters
of the bride,' Betty Jo Ingram,
cousin of the bride, and Kristy
Hysmith, sister-in-law of the
groom. The maid of' honor. and
bridesmaids were attired in iden-
tical sleeveless A-line lavender
gowns. Each attendant carried a
bouquet of long stemmed white
calla lilies.


Flower girls were Lisa Marie
Davis and Kayleigh Maxwell,
nieces of the bride, -Mica Morgan,
niece of the groom, and Brooke
Hysmith, daughter of the bride
and groom. All were attired in
matching white linen tea length
gowns with lavender organza
trimmed in lavender satin. Each
carried white flower baskets with
fresh lavender rose petals.
Cody Hayes, friend of the
groom, served as best man.
Groomsmen were Georgie Wolins-
ki, Daniel Hill, Jamie Hysmith,
brothers of the groom, and Scotty
Meredith, cousin of the groom.
The groom and groomsmen were
attired in black tuxedos,.
The church was beautifully
decorated with white tulle and ivy
softly draping the center railing
with a heart candelabra encased
with white and lavender flowers.
Large ferns and ficus completed
the altar arrangements while
white tulle and bows lined the
church aisle.
During the seating of- the'
bride's and groom's parents. Mary'
Lou Cumbie beautifully per-
formed "Sunrise .Sunset."
The bride, given in marriage
by her. father, entered the church
wearing a sleeveless Italian satin
gown with full tulle skirt and
cathedral train. Venice lace, seed
pearls, and a keyhole back with
wide straps highlighted the


bodice. Embroidered roses and
pearls accented the bodice, skirt,
and. train. The bride carried a
bouquet of white roses and ivy'.
After the exchange of %Wedding
vows and the ring ceremony. the
couple then received family and'
guests at a reception held in their


honor in the church's fellowship
hall. The reception was hosted by
Trina Siprell, aunt of the bride,
and Angela Player and Teresa
Watson. cousins of the bride.
After a short honeymoon, the cou-
ple will reside in Honeyville.


Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Gerald Hysmith:


Latricia Allen, a 1983 honor
graduate of Port St. Joe. High
School .and Sherman Ledt, Jr., of
Morgan City, Louisiana, are
scheduled to be married at 4:30
p.m. on Sunday, September 16th
at Bethel Baptist Institutional
Church in Jacksonville.
The bride, daughter of Lillian
Neal and granddaughter, of
Isadora Blackshire, both of North
Port St. Joe, graduated cum laude
from Florida State A&M
Liiers-i', with a B.S. degree :in
data processing and a Masters
degree in public administration.
She is employed a a senior .-u.m-


puter analyst with a private com-
pany in Jacksonville.
The groom, son of Reverend
Sherman Ledt, Sr. and Sally Ledt,
of Morgan City, Louisiana, gradu-
ated 'from Morgan City High
School and has a B.S. degree in
accounting. He is currently the
business manager for NBA
Chance and the accountant for
C EA of Jacksonville..
The two also own their own
business specializing .in fitness.
finances, and technology.
Following a trip to Mexico, the"
couple will live in Jacksonville.


Daughters of the
Confederacy to Meet
The ,Apalachicola Chapter
#826 United 'Daughters of the
Confederacy will meet at the
Corrine Costin Gibson Library on
September 21st at 10:00 a.m.
i Mrs. John Lewis will give .
,program on "Women of the Soutl'"
in Wartime" compiled by Matthew
Page Andrews. If anyone is eligible
or interested in joining UDC
please contact Mrs. Henry.
Forester, president.

Annual Health Fair
Planned For October
The Gulf County Inter-Agency
Council member agencies are
'making plans for the annual Gulf
County Health Fair on October 7,
from 9:00 a.m. until, l:00 p.m. at
the Centennial Building in Port
St. Joe.
This year Bill Williams, owner,
of Geri-Care, will be joining and
bringing some of, his providers.
Please watch for further articles in '
The Star ..


Ricky Knowles
and Amanda Shavers

Couple to Wed
Ricky Knowles arid Amand
Shavers are to be united in mar
riage this Saturday, Septembe
16, at 5:00 p.m. The; ceremony
will be' held at Honeyvilh
Methodist Church. All friends anc
family are welcome.


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Exploring Folklife In The Gulf County Area
Interested in local history, ducted by George Hansen of the tory of the afea anid discuss topics 6 The local sponsor is the St.
like.to tell or hear all sorts of old Florida Department of State for an oral history project starting Joseph Historical Society. For
stories, want a new hobby? You Bureau of Historic Preservation in Gulf County. more information call 227-7234
ara invited to attend a free wvork- tha tis f ndinrr thie nriect. i


shop on Folklife and Oral History
this Saturday, September 16,
from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at
the. Gulf County Library.
,, .The workshop will be cori-


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spective. The group will learn easy
interviewing and recording tech-
niques to preserve the unique his-


Book Sale


Deemed A Success"
'used book sale sponsored sale at' the St Joe Motel. Oyster
Fnends of the Gulf County Radio's announcement of they
as. Inc. during the Scallop book sale during the festival
I was a tremendous suc- assisted in bringing many people
:cording to "Friends" mem- in.
ggy Kunkle, who organized. The luckv winner of The Great
e: "We didn't know how Tide, a novel by Rubylea Hall
we would be able to raise which was given away at the end
e book sale. but the results of the sale. was Betty Criss of
ir exceeded any expecta-' Nashville. Tennessee who was vis
e had." i. ting the area., .
cial thanks are due to Bill The book sale would not have.
of Capt. Black's Marine been possible without the support
nated the space .for .the and assistance:,,of Jean Faliski.
Library Director, and the staff of
the Port St. Joe branch of the.
library and members of the'el
"Friends" who volunteered their
time to work on: this event.
...The Friends would like to
thank ,the" St .Joe. Wildlife
... P Sanctuary, Inc. and all of the
other" individuals ihot donated
books for the event, as well as all
of those who supported the sale
through their purchases.
Proceeds from the book seale
will be used to purchase improve-
ments for the library.
Abigail Bridges "Tell-A-Friend"
ie's st B'day Volunteers to Meeti
igail Bridges had her first A d a
and Bond F a. Seter er u -Tell-A-Friend Tuesday" vo i
3v on F'rida. September 1.
ratee this special occasin-- unteers will meet on Tuesday.
d a birthday part at oNana September 26, from 11:30 a.m.
aa Odom' h o until 12:30 p.m. at the
awpaw Odom's house on Wewahitchka State Bank. located
ay September 2. Srhanng at 125 North Highway 71 in
g day with her were her Wewahitchka. "Tell-A-Friend
mnd dad. big brother Ben.
and Pawpaw Odom. and Tuesday" is a massive breast can-
athyand Uncle John. cer awareness program of the
ah ad American Cancer Society with aw
Dud parents are Wayne and simple message-mammography
e Bridges of Wewahitchka. saves lives
Parents are Buddy Bndges. On Tuesday. October 3. thou-
e late Hazel Bridges of Port sands of volunteers all over
e and Donald and Sharon Florida will be taking time to
of Southport. phone at least five of their female
S. Ufnends and family members, agey
S ----40 and older, encouraging them to
co..e i' 'natommogram. More than
"-. 100,000 womeh will be reached in ,
Florida on that day, malkng this
the largest breast health Initiative
of its kind.
The meeting on September26
will kick-off October as 0 breast
i Cancer Awareness Month. "Tell-A-
S Friend Tuesday" volunteers will
A receive calling kits and tips for
making calls to their female
..... UN. friends.
----- --.-- In order to reach the county
needed. Shawn Pitts is the Gulf
I *. Unit "Tell-A-Friend Tuesday"
coordinator' The meeting is open
.to all, or if unable-to attend, con-
Stact the American Cancer Society
at 785-9205 or 1-800-ACS-2345.
Cheyenne O'Neal Mexico Beach
ealMReceives
a Receives AARP Meeting
helor's Degree The Mexico Beach Chapter of
evenne Cheree (Hamson) AARP will hold its first meeting of ,
graduated from Florida the fall season on Friday.'
Itural and Mechanical September 15. at 1:00 p.m.. CT.
sity in Tallahassee. on in the Mexico Beach Civic Center.
August 4 with a bachelor's The speaker for the event will
in occupational therapy. be Dr. John Anderson. He has
evenne is the daughter of made a trip to five countries and'
Williams Harrison of Port will be shanng some of his experi-
e and the wife of Sigure ences. Dr. Anderson is well known
O'neal. formerly -of in the community for his leader-
hicola. She is a 1995 grad-. 'ship of the First United Methodist
f Port St. Joe High School Churthe choir and for numerous
currently employed as an things he has done for the com-,
itional therapist in Tampa. munity. ,
Everyone is welcome and light
refreshments will be served fol-.
lowing the meeting. For more
information you may call 648-
8418.


Benjamin Bridges
Ben Turns Four!
.Benjamin Bridges had his
fourth birthday on Sunday,
August 20. To celebrate this spe-
cial occasion, he had a birthday
party at his house on Saturday,
August 19. Sharing his big day
with him were his mom and dad,
little sister Abbie, Nana Odom,
Aun t Cathy and Uncle John, Aunt
April, cousins Cassidy and
Joshua, Justin Martin, and
Oheyanne Hanlon.
Proud parents are Wayne and
Candice Bridges of Wewahitchka,
grandparents are Buddy Bridges,
and the late Hazel Bridges of Port
St. Joe and Donald and Sharon
Odom of Southport.


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Earnest Myers, Jr. Shebretia Daniels

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Mr. and Mrs. Emit 0. Daniels
are happy to announce the
engagement and forthcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Shebretia Daniels, to Earnest
Myers, Jr. The wedding is sched-
uled for September 23 at 5:00
p.m., CT, at New Hope Missionary
Baptist Church in Wewahitchka.
Shebretia is a 1994 graduate
of Wewahitchka High School and
is currently employed as a dental
assistant at Gulf County Dental
Clinic.
">'Earnest is the son of Earinest -
My6rsm- Sr. -and. the late Valerie ,
Ann Myers. He is a 1995 graduate
of Wewahitchka, and is currently
employed at Gulf Correction


Institute. t h
All family. and friends of the
families are invited to attend this
special occasion.


Hannah Claire Lee
It's a Girl!


J Tony and Barbara Lee are
proud to announce the birth of
their daughter. Hannah Claire
Lee. Hannah was born on August
8. She weighed 6 lb. I I oz.
Maternal grandparents are Owen
and Barbara Oksanen. Paternal
grandparents are Gene and
Nadine Lee. The great grandmoth-
er is Claire Cegelis.


Katelyn Brooke Hysmith

Look At Me, I'm 1!
Katelyn Brooke' Hysmith
turned one Sunday. September 3.
She celebrated the big day at Lake
Alice Park with all her friends and
relatives. She was totally tweety
for her "Looney Tune Pals" in
which she celebrated it with all
the creatures in the 'Looney
Tune" party.
Her guests were her granny
Debbie and papa Watson, granny
Teresa, papa James and many
rnore grandparents. She also had
all her cousins, aunts and uncles
attending.


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Aga in., my fTtear olt'thacn~kcs,


THE RIGHT PERSON


FOR THE RIGHT JOB

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Supervisor of Elections
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A Long Long Time Ago
Re .. he St. Joseph Historical. Society sponsored a contestto solicit historical photographs of
the area. The group scanned the photos so' they can be stored digitally for future reference. Mrs. Du fy
Lewis brought in the photo shown above. It was taken on the steps of the, first movie theatre in Port St.
Joe. It was built on the site Bill's Dollar Store now occupies. According to Mrs. Lewis her father, Noah
Simmons is the fourth from the left. Standing to his right was Adolph LeHardy. '


Fla Coastal Cleanup
Everyone in Gulf County
knows that beautiful coastline is.
an important part of our country's
heritage. The Florida Coastal
Cleanup, to 'be held Saturday,
September 16,. is a time for us to


I


make a difference in protecting
this treasured 'resource.

In September of each year, the
Center for Marine Conservation
sponsors this event that will send
thousands of volunteers out to'
scour Florida's coast to pick up
trash. Armed with trash bags and,


Elect -


Linda Roberts Wood



I was certainly humbled by the support and "'.,,
vote of confidence that I received from lo" in


the Primary Election. I thank you all from the bottom
of my 4ieart. .1 would appreciate your vote once again in the
GENERAL lLkTION, NOVEMBER 7. In the meantime,
don't forget to vote for the candidates of tour choice in the
Second Primary, October 3..

Linda R. Wood
PD. POL. ADV. BY LINDA ROBERTS WOOD CAMPAIGN. APPROVED BY LINDA ROBERTSoo. WOOD


data cards, these volunteers will
provide the CMC with information
that will help stop the littering of
the marine environment. \
If you would like to be a part
of this weekend's cleanup, please
contact Paula Boone, Gulf County
Zone Captain, at (850) 647-503,1.
If you cannot participate 'dri
September 16th, *a second
cleanup, organized by the Cape
San Blas Taxpayers Association,'
will be held on September .30th.
To volunteer,. call' Sherri
Dodswbrth at (850) 227-1325 or
Julia Cunningham at (850) 229-
6633. Your help is needed. Go join
in for a day at the beach. "

TaX Collector's
Office To Close

The Gillf County Tax'
Collector's office will be closed on
Monday. Tuesday, and Wednes-
day, September 25, 26, and 27,
for installation of new FRVIS
equipment by the Department of
Highway .Safety .-and Motor
. Vehicles. This installation
requires that this office, close oCA
these days. o


SLpove Bugs


In Florida
Love bugs are small black
flies with a red thorax. The males
are 1/4'inch and the females are
1/3 inch ,in lengths They are
native to Florida as well as other
states and countries bordering
the Gulf of Mexicb and the
Caribbean Sea. Their appearance
in peninsular Florida was insignif-.
icant until recent years.
Flights of "love ,.bugs'" lay'
approximately, 350 eggs in or on,
the soil under partially decaying.
vegetation. The larvae (immature
forms) :! develop in decaying
organic matter, especially in hard-
wood hammocks. The larvae feed
on decaying vegetation, and per-
form a useful for function by con-"
verting..,It into available plant
foods. After the larva, mature,
they transform into pupae and the
adults emerge in about one week.
Adult "love-bugs" are harm-
les's and do not sting or bite. They
feed on nectar and pollen of vari-
ous flowers, especially goldenrod
and clover. The flight of the love
bug is restricted to day light.
hours. At night they rest in low-
growing vegetation. ,
The problem associated with
the "love-bug" is the insects spat-
ter arid stick to trucks and auto-
mobiles traveling along: highways
during day ,light .hours. Wind-
shields covered with these insects
obscure the dnver's, vision. These
insects often clog the cooling fins
of the radiator and may cause the
car to overheat when operated at


Senior Citizens
Conducting Outreach
The Gulf County Senior
Citizens will be conducting out-
reach on September 21, nat the
Wewa Senior Citizens and
Community Center from, 12:00
until 1:00 p.m. They will be giving
put information about the ser-
vices available to people 60 and
over In Gulf County.


Minutes of. the .


Gulf County Schoo;I Board


JULY 11, 2000
The Gulf County School Board riet in
regular session on July 11, 2000, at 9:00'
a.m., ET, in the Administrative Offices of
the Gulf County School Board. The follow-
ing members were present: Oscar Redd,
Mary Pridgeon, David 'Byrd, Caroline
Norton, and Charlotte Pierce. The
Superintendent and Board Attorney were'
also present. .
Chairman Redd presided.
RECOGNITION: Mr. Chris Doolin of
Robert P. Jones & Associates was recog-
nized and appreciation was expressed 'by
the Board for legislative assistance in the
1999-2000 school year.
SWAT PRESENTATION: Mrs. Sabrina
Burke, Coordinator for Students Working
Against Tobacco, and student participants,
Heather Scott. Ryan Martin, Rachel Bixler,
and Ashle Srrmith addressed the Board
regarding nie Board s tobacco free p,-1hc'
The) requested that the SWVAT team be
allowed, to present signs for sports, facilities
informing the public that the facility is a
tobacco-free facility. The signs were accept-
ed by the Board.
HEAR FROM PUBLIC: Judy Campbell
addressed the Board on behalf of the Gulf
County Classroom Teachers' Assuocation
regarding certification of, Mrs. Cathy Cox,
who has been recommended fcr the posiuovn
of teacher at the Gulf County Adult School
Ms. Campbell also mentioned recruitment
and retention bonuses for teachers.
ADOPTION OF AGENDA: On motion
by Mr. Byrd. second by Mrs. Norton, and
unanimous vote, the Board approved
amending the agenda to iliclude page 24a, a
personnel matter. "
CONSENT ITEMS: On motion by Mr.
Byrd, second by Mrs. Pierce. and unani-
mous vote, the Board took noted action on
the following consent items:
Approval of Minutes: The Board
approved minutes for June 6, 13, and 30,
2000 meetings.
Correspondence: The Board acknowl-
edged correspondence from the families of
Pat Thomas, Ilene Jensen, and Lugene
Parker.
Personnel: The Board accepted the
resignation of Steve Maxwell.from his posi-
tion as physical education teacher at Port
St. Joe Elementary School effective July 31,
2000.
Approved the transfer of Linda
Johnson from her position- of teacher at
Port St. Joe Middle School to a teaching
position at Port St. Joe Elementary School
for the 2000-2001 school year.
Approved Heather Johnson and Mary
Dobron for teaching 'positions at Port St.
Joe Elementary School for the 2000-2001
school year. .
Approved Catherine Cox for a teaching.
position at the Gulf County Adult School for
the 2000-2001 school year.
Approved the shift of responsibility for
supervision of custodial staff to princi-


pals/administrators at their respective cost
centers.
Approved Wayne Stevens and Duane
McFarland as summer conditioning moni-
tors. .. ,
Approved leae of absence request for
Bertha Strpling. Bus Driver, for the month
of August 2000.
Student MatLer. Approved request for
Laura and Samantha Spivey. Calhoun
County residents to attend school for the
. 2000-2001 school year.
BID MATTERS: On motion by Mrs.
Pridaeon second by Mrs. Norton, and.
unanimous otle. the Board awarded School-
Food Senice semi-annual bid #00-016 to
Phillips Meats & Seafood, Inc., Daffin
Foodservice, Lance, Inc., and Dairy Fresh
Corporaton Also. awarded School Food
Service annual bid it's 00-017, 00-018, and
00.019 to Dairy Fresh Corporation. Flowers
Baking Company. EcoLab. and Southern
Cleaning Supply
CONSTRUCTION MATTERS: The
Superintendent advised the Board that
negotiations are continuing with the
Contractor for the St Joe Elementary
punch list items.
PROGRAM MATTERS: On mouon by
Mrs. Norton. second by Mrs Pierce. and.
unanimous sole. the Board took noted
acuon on the following program matters.
l' Approved the Pre-K Early Internention
Program for 2000-2001 to be submitted to
the School Readiness Coalition.
Approved the 2000-2001 ESOL Plan
changes as submitted '
Approved 2000-2001 agreement with
Sunbridge Care and Rehabilitation for Ba\
St. Joseph for bus usage in the case of an
emergency e acuation.
Approved 2000-2001 Risk
Management agreement with Panhandle
Area Educational Consortium.
Approved 2000-2001 Panhandle
Management Development Network resolu-
tion.,
Approved 2000-2001 service agree-
ment 'with Florida State Univeersit\
Multidisciplinary Center,
*Approved 2000-2001 agreement with
the Bay District School Board for the Gulf
County School Board io provide services to
Bay County students residing in the Mexico
Beach area.
TRANSPORTATION MATTERS: On
motion by Mr. Byrd, second b% Mrs Pierce
and unanimous vote. tie Board approved
recommended change lor -torage of bulk
oil.
SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT: On
motion by Mrs Norton. second by Mrs.
Pridgeon. and unanimous .oate the Bard
took noted action on the following items in
the Superintendent's report:
Approved continuation of swill agree-
ment for the 2000-2001. school year with
Bruce Nixon and Clenton Brownell.
Approved 2000-2001 Florida
Educational Equity Act statement as sub-


mitted.
,Approved 2000-2001 Right to Know
Law as submitted.'
On motion by Mrs. Pridgeon, second
by Mrs. Pierce, and unanimous vote, the
Board approved payment of 2000-2001
dues to the Florida Association of District
School Superintendents ($5,324.00) and
the Florida School Boards Association
($7,61.6.00)
The Board reviewed a report on the
1999-2000 school year from the, truancy
officer's perspective. No action necessary.
ADJOURNMENT: There being no fur-
ther business, the meeting adjourned at
6:50 p.m., ET.
JULY 24, 2000
The Gulf County School Board met in
special session on July 24. 2000, at 10:00
a.m., ET. in the Administrative Offices of
the Gulf Coutinty School Board. The follow-
ing members were present: Oscar Redd.
Mary Pridgeon, David Byrd. Carollnq
Norton. and Charlotte Pierce. Th4
Superintendent and Board Attorney were
also present "
Chairman Redd presided..
APPROVE TENTATIVE BUDGET FOR
ADVERTISING: Op motion by Mrs. Norton r
second by Mrs. Phtdgeon. and unanimous
%ole. the Board approved the
Superintendents recommendation for a
millage rate of 6.938 for the 2000-2001
school year.
On motion by Mrs. Pierce, second by
Mr. Byrd. and unanimous vote. the Board
approved the 2000-2001 tentative budget
for advertising.
PERSONNEL MATTERS: On motion
by Mrs Pierce. second by Mrs Norton. and
unanimous vote. the Board took noted
action on the following personnel matters:
Approved transfer of Tony Barbee from
a teaching position at Port.St Joe High
School to a teaching position at the Gulf
County Adult School.
Approved Cameron Totman for a
teaching position for the 2000-2001 school
',ear at Wewahitchka Elementary School.
Approved Joseph Walker to move to a
physical educauon teaching position for the
2000-2001 school year at Wewahitchka
Elementary School
Approved Nicki Calarese for a teaching
position for the 2000-2001 school year at
'Wesahltchka Elementary School
Approved Kenny Parker for a teaching
position 3rd year annual contract at Port
St Joe High School for the 2000-2001
school year
Approved Angela Dodson for a teach-
ing position at Wewahitchka High School
for the 2000-2001 school 'ear
Approved request for medical leave of
absence from Wayne Flowers effective July
3. 2000.
Approved Clarence Monette to enter
the' DROP program effective July 1, 2000.
Also approved payment of accrued leave as


requested.
Approved Job description for Intake
Orientation Specialist as submitted.
Approved Carla Kelley for a teaching
position at Port St. Joe Middle School for
the 2000-2001 school year. ,
Approved Melissa Barnes as
Exceptional Student Bus Aide, for the
2000-2001 school year as recommended.
Approved one additional custodial
position as Port St. Joe Elementary School
for the 2000-2001 school year.
Approved Bernice Fortner for a two
hour bus driver position In Wewahitchka
for the 2000-2001 school year.
Approved Barbara Schadt and
Theresa Tomlinson for four hour bus driver
positions in Port St. Joe for the 2000-2001
school year.
Approved Tina Haves for a'two hour
bus driver position in Wewahtchka for the
2000-2001 school year.
SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT: On
motion by Mr Byrd. second by Mrs. Pierce.
and unanimous vote, the Board took noted
action on the following items included in
the Superintendent's report: -.
Approved contract with Dr Dudley
' Flood for services on August 8. 2000.
Approved extension of contract with
Zappo Pest Control for the 2000-2001
school year.
Approved Jeanette Lynn DePuy, a
. Gulf County resident, to attend school in
Bay County for the 2000-2001 school year.
Approved William Franklin Stanley, a
Gulf County resident, to attend school in
Bay County for the 2000-2001 school year.
On motion by Mrs. Pierce, second by
Mr. Byrd. and unanimous vote, the Board
awarded carpet and tile bid v01-002 to
Carpet Country In the amount of
$23.890.00.
On motion by Mrs. Pierce, second by
Mr. Byrd, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved amendment to facility survey as
submitted.
BOARD MEMBER CONCERNS: On
motion by Mrs. Norton, second by Mrs.
Pierce, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved for members to attend the FHSAA
meeting on August 21, 2000 in
Tallahassee, and also to attend the FSBA
Board of Directors meeting on September
.15-17 in'Clearwater.-
Mrs. Norton requested the following
statement be reflected in the minutes:
"I am not running for the school board
as you well know. The only reason I am not
running is I lost the vision In my left eye
overnight and I hope that It will not be
tremendously serious. I will miss the
August 1st meeting only because I'm hav-
ing surgery in Gainesville. I don't miss
meetings lightly and I want that to be a
part .of the record. The surgery is essential
and was planned before the meeting.
Thank you."'
ADJOURNMENT: The meeting
adjourned at 11:25 a.m,,. ET.


Florida Garden


Extension Notes
by

Roy Lee Carter

Gulf County Extension Service


high speeds for extended periods above the windshield, and on the-
of tifne. Also. if the bugs are not grill and bumper. This practice,
cleaned off the automobile in a will make their removal a simpler:
reasonable period of time they will task.
damage the car's paint finish. :
Insecticidal control of the
"love bug" is impractical because fin Free
they occur over such a vast area.
Also, they appear to have no IN MEMOR) OF
known natural predator or para- WILLIE J. ANTHONY
sites that will significantly reduce cDon I g;nee -c.r me lor ri'.'. I m tree
their population. I m lol:',ri t ik path Jiod i. tnr mr
There are several things that I io.k u.,,d hand t.hetn i hard ithe call
can be done to lessen the problem I turned my back and Ila ii all
facing motonsts. Travel at night I could ri.,.n afler ,.
or during the 'early morning hour k lau I:.e ,, ,,, ,i l
avoids the bug since they do not l t .. IT laua ia ,. .h p
become active 'until about 1o0:0op. ir ath e at pl ce I a
a.m. Traveling .at slower speeds
reduces the number of bugs' that It, mit pa'lng hj~ it la "".
will be spattered. A large screen Then fill ii with rmmh:ere.d I'
placed in front- of the gnll will keep A rirenrdhip haicd a laugh a I...
the radiator fins from clogging Ah e ihe'enthp I r..... i'.. ini
and will protect the finish on the B-e nrl burdened wih itir me r t .. r
front of the car. If a large screen is I wish ou the sun-hire .1t i,,rnmrri:..'
not used in front of the grill. at k hlie been lull I ea,, irIjdmuch
least place a small screen behind od ,,rends, f,,d limec a i.:.d ore ,'iih
the grill in front of the radiator, :
Rinsing your,vehicle for sev- PerhaF mytmen,,tt,,- alt .bril
eral minutes with water aids in don I lengthen ir u-
their removal. When love-bugs Li i up ,-ur het .and .er
11L %ntd me nled Ii e o r, .- Ad ml Ie Ire,:'.
are numerous. some motorists
spread a light film of mineral or Fro" lVi'il' l, & Ailthiitt FiiiniyL'
baby oil over the front of the hood,
:s s- -* '; ;


Thank You!

Shirley Jenkins, L-ndILJLtIC
for Gulf Count\',TN T : Collcftot,
ex p.ertesses sintcere 1 ifatmTC LitiIn .tot
.- I)youIr o' aind co1ntL liedII sup poi

Please -consider the following qualities when voting in the"
October 3, runoff election.
.Experience, -' Shirley Jenkins has ,yvorkedJ Icr 15 years in all aspects of the Tax.,
S /.'...'. Collector Olffice '
Dedication, Just ask anyone who helps them when they are in need of ser-
i ces. and they will tell you "Shirley."
Devotionr Shirley has gone and will continue to go that extra mile to
en-ure effectiverNess on.the joBl.
"irfesibnaliin I Shirle, has received ouitiandri6 lob ei aluai,-nI; forT mrn eris '
Values Shirley is the ssife of Rev Johnnr Jerikin,. the mr:,ohlr -of. '
',. children, co-pastpr ofNew Lite Chrisuaen Clireijh Ccnier, I llI
County high schbpl graduate, and has furthered her studies on
S the college level "
Involvement Shirley has been and is acmtle in eanous community functions, r
such as Neighborhood .:'uih Advs,-'rr Board, School Advit-'lry
Board, and many enrichment activities
The race is not over. Please remember to vote for Shirley
Jenkins. on October 3 for Gulf County Tax Collector.
Your vote and support will be grea'ly appreciated and long remembered..,
PI 'IL. ADIV BY SillI.LEY JENKINS iAMPAIG;N. Ai'EOVEIYil YSIRII.EY.IENKIIN. IDEMOCRAT.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2000 PAGE 7A


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Tinker's not a stinker!
Don't Let It Be Never Never Land


'Tinker Belle," a collie mix
female along with other animals
at the humanesociety, are hoping
tb be adopted so they will not have
to stay in "Never Never (to be
adopted) Land."
At present the humane soci-
ety has a two and one-half month
old male lab puppy; two two-
month old boxer bulldog puppies:


Reception Sunday To Honor Ombudsman


Fcr Me!


four Heinz 57 puppies; two free
female 'dogs which have already
received their shois and are
spayed:' two white kittens; and'
one siamese mix kitten.
For' more information, you
may contact the St. Joseph Bay
Humarie Society at. 227-1103 or
visit the web site t www.cape.,
sanblasfl.com/sjbhs.


y A ,kp
Capital City Baika


Offers New Services


Capital City Bank announced
ltMonday, Sept4enber 11, the intro-
dujctionr of two new advanced
banking services for use by its
,tfents-Capital City Bank OnLine
nrnd Capital City Bank OnLine for
Business. These new services are
;b'-ov. ~er-based and delivered
Through the internet.
-. Capital City's clients can now
au-'ce_ s their bank accounts, check
"posi t and loan balances, trans-
jer funds, and pay bills to virtually
aiihi merchant via Capital City
Barik s web .ite at www.mycapi-
'Ta61citbajik.com.
Additionally, the Bank
OnLine bill payment feature is
accessible through any touch-
4* 'tone telephone. Another advanced
feature of Bank OnLine and Bank
(OhLine lor Biiness all6',.,s users
of the internet services to transfer
their electronic financial informa-
uon into popular PC-based finan-
,cial management software
-pac kagaecs. such as Intuit's
I',Q(uicken or Microsoft's Money.
Since all transactions are
conducted in real-time, clients of
Capital City Bank will always
hai e up- to-the-minute informa-
Lion on balances. In addition,
unlike other services of this type,
Bank OnLine and Bank OnLine
for, Business .transactions are.
immediately v logged-in and
recorded in the database. The
1*''


telephone bill payment feature-
uses the latest technology allow-
ing clients to use their telephone
keypad for identifying payees.
'Internet banking and elec-
tronic bill payment, -ervices will
give our clients more ,convenience
and control over their banking
and the hours in which they can
conduct their business," said,
Deborah Swilley, 'vice-president
and direct banking manager
"We want to provide maxi-
mum flexibility .and easy-to-use
technologies so our clients can do
their banking anytime, from any
internet-connected computer all
over the world," stated Swilley.
"Plus, we've takers the precau-
.tion of providing our; clients with
. the most secure technologies,
'available. We use the industry
standard '128-bit. Secure Sockets
Layer (SSL) encryption for trans-
mitting:! our client's data. All-in-
all, this service is very advanced,
but extremely easy to use," added
Swilley3i I ,
Capital City Bank Group.
Inc., is a $1.5 billion nancial ser--
vices .company *headquartered in
Tallahassee, providing traditional
deposit and credit services, asset
management, trust, mortgage
banking. credit cards. data pro-
cessing, and secunties brokerage
services. Founded in 1895, the


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A "A_ Groceries *Gumbo
,. Great Hamburgers
JNDIAN-. ASS Beer & Wine :
SBlue Bunny Ice!Cream

227-1670 On C-30A south of Port" St. Joe
New Fall Hours: Tuesday-Thursday: 12-8 p.m.,
Friday -Safturday: 12-9 p.m., Closed Sunday & Monday


Governor Jeb Bush has pro-
claimed September 17 through
24, to be "State Ombudsmen
Week" in order to recognize resi-
dents of long-term care facilities
as one of Florida's greatest
resources and to recognize the
ombudsmen volunteers who'serve
and protect the rights of these
residents.,
Ombudsmen throughout the
State of Florida diligently continue
to perform their fundamental mis-
sion of protecting the health,
safety, and welfare of Florida's
long-term care residents. In 1999,

Adult Basic Ed
Tutor Workshop
Adult Basic Education Tutor
Training Workshop will beholding
orientation on Tuesday, October
3, from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00
noon. Sessions one through six
will be held on Tuesdays and
Thursday, October 5, 10, 12, 17,
19, and,26. from 10:00 a.m. until
12:00 noon.
The workshops will be held at
Gulf Coast Community College,
located at 5230 West Highway 98
in Panama City, in the Student,
Union Building, classroom 243.
All sessions, including orien-
tation, must be attended to be,
certified as a tutor. This workshop
is free of charge and is sponsored
by the Literacy Volunteers of Bay
County. '.
To register or for more infor-
mation call 872-7500, extension
26.. ,

GC Republican Party
The Gulf County Republican
Party will be meeting on.
Thursday, September 14th,: at
7:00 p.m., ET, at the Cox and
Associates office located at 402
Reid Avenue in Port St. Joe.

company has 47 banking offices,
51 ATMs and nine Bank'N Shop
locations in 18 counties in north
and north central Florida and
south Georgia.

a* f t ,, "e Start
Sayf YOUSa


14 district long-term area
ombudsman councils conducted
7,969 complaint investigations
and 2,761 administrative inspec-
tions in their attempt to ensure
the well-being of residents.
The Ombudsman Program
continues to solidify relationships
with the Agency for Health Care
Administration, the Department
of Children and Families, and the
Department of Elder Affairs.
Enhanced coordination with these
agencies allows the Ombudsman
Program to continue to fulfill its
mission.
Florida's ombudsmen have
been active participants in the
Attorney General's recent nursing
home initiative. Operation Spot
Check.
Twvo events have been
planned in the Panhandle area.
These include a Greet and Meet
Ombudsmen Reception to be held
at the Driftwood Inn. located at
2105 Highway 98 in Me\ico
Beach. on Sunday. September 17.
from 10:30 a.m until 12:30 p.m..
CT. Refreshments will be served
and those planning to attend are
asked to call 1-888-831-0404.
Also. there will be a "Greet and
Meet Reception" on Wednesday.
September 20. at the Tallahassee
Senior Center.
Both events are open to the
public. For further information
you may call 1-888-831-0404.


9. Pe4a Restaurant4
This Sunday's Special ...
'Frie Clicken or Baked Ham
Choice of "3" ofthe following: Corn, Squash Casserole,
Brussels Sprouts, Mashed Potptoes. Rice. Green Beans,
Cole Slaw, Cottage Cheese, or Tossed Salad- ONLY
also includes Roll, Dessert, Coffee or Tea $ .95
Open 11 am-2 pm (ET) (No Menu Orders On Sunday) $



I would like to take this opportunity to thank the
voters of District 4 and other in the Gulf County
Community for their tremendous support and
votes during the September 5th Primary. Please
continue to be supportive as I take
the seat on the Gulf County School
.. Board. Again, I say thanks and the
children are our future. God bless you
all and to God be the Glory.

4. A Billy Quinn, Jr.
PO"-' ADV 6 'A '.'.;1. P' : \\C' a' \\\\l QL"MI Af
F .= 1 C L c. a^" .s a :', 2 1 lh! O + .


IT WAS A GOOD RACE

I would like to thank all of my friends for their support during my bid
for the Gulf County School Board Seat-District 3. To the credit of
Mr. Paul Sewell and Mrs. Linda Wood, it was a
Very clean race. I met some really nice people
go ing door to door. This was a good learning
experience for me.
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kids a good opportunity 'to catch each child is allowed to take five be responsible for no more than
some fish and make lasting mem- fish. Recommended, baits are two kids. Also, kids are not
ories," said FWC fisheries biolo- frozen shrimp, chicken livers, and allowed to fish with treble hooks.
gist Bill Pouder. "They just need to live worms. The University of Florida Sam
bring a rod-and-reel or a fishing While the event is being done Mitchell Aquaculture Demonsta-
pole, some bait, and an ice chest." with a minimum of rules, Pouder tion Farm is located eight miles
Pouder said the ponds are said a parent or guardian must be north of Blountstown on State
stocked with channel catfish and present at all times and they can Road 69.


Watch Out For Counterfeit Bills


Free Kiu
If you have kids 15-years-of-
age and younger, and they like to
fish, you should circle September
30 on your calendar. ,
On September 30, the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
(FWC) and. the University of
Florida's Sam Mitchell
'Aquaculture Demonstration Farm
in Blountstown are teaming
together for a day of free kids fish-
ing at the Blountstown facility,
.There will be space for 250 kids to
fish-half in the morning from
8:00 until 10:00 a.m. and the
other half in the afternoon from
12:00 until 2:00 p.m.
Kids can be registered for the
event beginning at 8:00 a.m. on
September 18, by calling the U. F.
Sam Mitchell Aquaculture
Demonstration Farm at (850)
S 674-3184. Registration' will end
Thursday, September 28, at 4:00
p.m..
"This is being done to give


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increase daily maximum with-
drawals from the Brothers River
'to 14.5 rullion gallons.
The board, went on record
opposing the request' during its
last meeting expressing concerns
about the low river levels and how
the withdrawals might impact
those levels. '
Smallwood explained that the
pumps could not pump with river
levels as low as they currently are
and, in fact, levels have to be at
least 1.5 foot at Blountstown in
order for their pumps to have suf-
ficient water to work.
The company currently has, a
permit to pump 5.07 million gal-


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recently issued an alert to warn
area businesses and residents
that counterfeit $20 and $100
bills .may be in circulation locally.
Tuesday, September 5, the
Chipley ,Police Department. in
conjunction with the Washington
County Sheriffs Office and the
United States Secret Service,
arrested a woman in Washington
County and charged her with
counterfeiting..
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new request triples that amount
as the number ol acres in water-
fowl area and refuge would
increase from 600 to I 100 acres.
This request, (14.5 million gal-
lons) represents only .004% (four:
thousandths of one percent) of
the river's volume when the read-
ing is at 1.5', Smallwood
explained. Furthermore. he point-
ed out that the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation. Commis-
sion, U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service, anid Ducks Unlimited,
Inc. had all written letters of sup-
port for the proposal.
One of those letters was writ-
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: ner of the bill. If the bill is authen-
tic, the ink will leave a light mark.
If the bill is a counterfeit, the ink
will leave a dark mark.
Any questions about counter-
feit bills should be directed to
your local law enforcement agency,
or to the State Attorney's office.

Correctional
Officer Training
The Criminal Justice Training
Academy of Gulf Coast
Community College at the North
Bay Center in Southport will con-
duct a full-time Correctional
Officer Basic Standards course
beginning on November 6. at 8:00
a.m., CT. The class will meet five
days a week, eight hours a day,
for approximately four. months.
Correctional Officer Basic
Standards is required in order to
be eligible for the Florida
Certification Examination for
Correctional Officers.
Pre-registratlon is required.
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Friday, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00
p.m., CT.

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terfeit bills." said Appleman.
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arrested in Washington County.
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will show up in neighboring com-
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Wildlife Management Biologist.
who is currently heavily involved
in flow questions and issues along
the riverway.
During the time the paper,
mill and M. K. Ranches were both
in operation nearly 100 million
gallons of water per day was per-
mitted to be extracted from the
river. Smallwood explained, that
water would only be taken' from
the river for a period of approxi-
mately 55, days during October
and November to fill wetlands and
impoundments. Furthermore, a
cleaner, purer water would then'
be returned back to the, river once
it has been used.
The water creates wetland
habitats for waterfowl, shore-
birds, and wading birds. The com-.
pany leases a portion of the prop-
erty for waterfowl hunting and an
equally'large area is managed as a
refuge for migratory birds.
The board verbally agreed to
further 'investigate the 'request
and seek more information on the
issue. Smallwood also invited the
board to an on-site inspection of
the company's pumping facilities.
Commissioner John Stanley
told the board that he still had a
problem with the water ,being
pulled from the Willis Landing
area.. .
In Other Business
*Agreed to'put Commissioner'
Nathan Peters, Jr. overseeing the,
transition of animal control over-,
seer from". the Gulf County
Sheriffs Office to the county as'
requested by Gulf County Sheriff
Frank McKeithen.
*Decided to see if the board'
could help locate a four wheel'
drive truck for turtle patrol leader:
Barbara Eells.
SHeld final public hearing on,
the Comprehensive Plan Amend-
ment Ordinance and Code,.
Enforcement Ordinance before,
passing both.
*Named the Escambia County
Housing Authority as the county's'
representative for low-interest'
loan housing program.
*Agreed to allow Solid Waste
Director Joe Danford to look at
relocation as an option for future
landfill needs in the northern por-
tion of Gulf County.

GCCC to Host
"College Night"
Gulf Coast Community
College will be hosting Its annual
-College Night" on Thursday.
September 21, from 6:00 until
8:00 p.m., CT. The event will be.
:held on the second floor of the
Student Union East Building at
Gulf Coast Community College.
SPanama City campus. ,
There will be over 50 colleges
and universities from around the
United States on Gulf Coast
Community College's campus.I
This is a great opportunity to talk,
with college representatives about
programs offered at their institu-
tion, admission and transfer.
requirements, financial aid, hous-
ihg, and any other questions or,
concerns you may have. a
"College Night" is FREE and,
open to the public. For more i n for-
mation you may contact Lorna
WalIkill at (850) 747-3200. -

Thank You
The family of Ethaleari'
Meredith would like to thank'
everyone for their gestures of
kindness and compassion during
our time of loss of our mother, our
grandmother. and greaf-grand-
Smother. The generosity, visits, and
prayers have provided us with
great comfort. .
Because of the numerous
cards, flowers, phone calls, and
food we were unable to get an
address, ai.dl-phone number for
very'one. So. we say thank you
from our hearts and may God,
continue to bless you.
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William A. Lewis
Attorney & Counsellor At Law
P. 0. Box 1633
Panama City, Florida 32402-1633


I want to take this opportunity to express my heartfelt gratitude to everyone
who assisted in my campaign. First and foremost, to my God and my family with-
out whose love and support I could not have done this. Second, to all those who con- .
tribut.ed financially and those who worked so hard in my behalf during the cam-
paign doing those tasks that were not glamorous and frequently were hard, 'dirty, i'
hot work. Finally, to all who cast their vote for me. None.of you can ever knowr how
much this meant to me, nor can words ever adequately express my appreciation.: t
While I regret the results, I will always cherish the memories of the campaign '"
trail and the many kindnesses extended to me, my family, and those campaigning
with me. It is not hard to understand why those of us who live here love this area.
Finally, to Bob Pell and those of you who supported him, I want to say a special
"thank you" for running a campaign exemplifying the highest ideals of the profes-
sion. Through this campaign I believe I have developed a number of friendships,
especially Bob's, that will long outlast this campaign, and I am grateful to each and
every one of you. I' also want to publicly thank Bob for the kindnesses which he
showed my family while on the campaign trail. Those of you who voted for Bob
should know you voted for a fine and honorable man.
Again, "thank you" to everyone who helped in this campaign, may God bless you
and yours. I urge you to take pride in the fact that you participated in the process
that makes this the greatest nation in the world. We should thank God, and those
who served and died, everyday for the rights which we enjoy. Let us never take
them for granted.


Sincerely. ...



William A. Le"vis

Pd.Pol.Adv. Paid for & Approved by Bill Lewis


Joan ie, Shane and I would like to thank,,
you for your support on September 5th. I
have enjoyed serving as your commissioner
these past four years and respectfully
request your continued support on October:
3, 2000.
Tomny Knox

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DISORDERLY STREET BEHAVIOR
Steven Gathers, 28, of Port
St. Joe, was arrested on
Saturday, September 2nd. at
approximately 2:32 p.m. by Port
St. Joe Police Department Officer
John Murnan for disorderly con-
duct.
Officer Murnan observed a
large crowd gathered engaged in a
verbal altercation. Officer Murnan
directed the crowd to disperse
and everyone complied except
Gathers who continued to pace.
the street screaming threats, and,
at one point, armed himself with a
beer bottle.
Gathers continued his
aggressive .disorderly beha\.ior
after being advised several Lime-
to calm down, and therefore was.
taken into custody without inci-
dent and transported to the Gulf
County Jail to await first appear-
ance.
AFTERNOON TRAFFIC MISHAP
On Tuesday, September 5th,
at approximately 4:40 p.m.,
Officer Ross Yowell was dis-
patched to a crhsh in the area of
Eighth Street and Monument
Avenue.
Through the officer's investi-
gation, he learned that the.vehi-
cles involved were both traveling
in a southward direction on
Monument Avenue when the vehi-
cle in the outside lane-driven by"
Lola Miller Fambro-made an
improper lane change. This
resulted in the vehicle in .the
inside lane-driven by Doyle
Norris-colliding with the left rear
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with possible injuries. Officer
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Fambro's vehicle at $2,000, and
$2,000 to Norris' vehicle as well.
ACTIVE WARRANTS
The Port St. Joe Police
Department is holding a warrant-
for the arrest of Willie E. Quinn
(Ball), 45 (date of birth September
4, 1955), of Port St. Joe, for resist-
ing arrest without violence.
Anyone with information that
will assist in the apprehension of
Quinn is asked to contact the Port
St. Joe Police Department at 229-
8265 or 229-8266.
FOUND PROPERTY'
A rod and reel' found in the
area in the area of Frank Pate
Park was turned, into the Port St.
Joe Police Department on August
the 18th. Please contact Sgt. Carr
at 227-1414 to claim item. ,'

SSheriff's Beat)

CROSSING BAD BOUNDARIES
During the evening hours of
Tuesday. September 5th, Gulf
County SheriflTf OfTice deputies
were dispatched to a reported dis-
turbance in the Highland View
area. When Deputy Paul Beasley
arrived on the scene, he noticed a
suspect at the rear door of the
residence, and as the officer
approached him he ran away and
jumped a fence.
Deputy Beasley and Sgt.
Stacy Strickland, found Michael
Craig Hamm, 36, of Port St. Joe,
in some bushes a short time later.
He was placed under arrest for
violation of an injunction for pro-
tection.
Later at the Gulf County Jail,
Corrections Officer- Allen Downs
noticed Hamm trying to conceal
something which turned out to be
a marijuana cigarette. He was
then also charged with introduce
tion of contraband into a correc-
tional facility.
OLD THEFT RESOLVED
.On January 10th of this year,
an unknown person stole a truck
from the Gulf Coast Cooperative
located on Highway' 22 in
Wewahitchka. Investigator Rita
Piercy was able to lift .fingerprints
from some items which were left
in the truck by the person who
had stolen it. i
On' -Wednesday. September
,6th, Inv. Piercy was notified that,
the prints in the truck belonged to
Charles Destifino, 18, of'
Wewahitchka.
She obtained a warrant and
arrested the suspect last
Saturday. Because Destifino was
a juvenile at the. time of the theft,
he was transported to the"
Division of Youth Services .in
Panama City following the arrest.
GCSO PUT THE "HERT" ON HIM
Deputy Richie Burkett and'
his new K-9 "Hert" made their'
first, arrest on Saturday,;
September 9th.
Deputy Burikett observed a
vehicle driven by Jerry Massey
traveling 65 in a 45 m.p.h. zone.
After stopping the vehicle for the;
traffic violation, Burkett walked.
"Hert" around it, at which time
the K-9 alerted for the presence of
illegal substances.
Deputy Burkett located mari-'
juana in the vehicle, as well as in
both of Massey's pants pockets.
Massey, 27, of Port St. Joe, was
arrested and charged with pos--'
session of marijuana and posses-
sion of paraphernalia.
DOUBLED DUI
During the early morning
hours of Sunday. September
10th, Deputy Larry Hightower
noticed a small red truck travel-


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GREAT VOTE!


I Thank Clint Moore for running
a good clean campaign.

I want to be your Commissioner.

Please vote for
Jerry Barnes on November 7.


ADV.BY ERR I W. BAR ES'APRO E Y J RR A N S(DQ ) .^'


ing. in an erratic manner north-
ward on Highway 71 in
Wewahitchka.
After stopping the vehicle and
asking the operator for a driver's
license, she replied that her
license was suspended for a previ-
ous charge of driving under the
influence.
Deputy Hightower asked the
driver, Peggy Laurimore, 49, of
Wewahitchka, to perform.several
sobriety 'assessments which she
did poorly. 'She was arrested.
charged with driving while license
suspended or revoked and driving
under the influence, and trans-
ported to, the Gulf County Jail. ,
RECENT BOOKINGS AT THE GULF
COUNTY JAIL .
Tuesday, September' 5th-
Walter Wright, 42, B/M, of
Wewahitchka, violation of proba-
tion (re: possession of cocaine);
and Michael Burke, 39, W/M, of
Wewahitchka, loitering and prowl-
ing: .
Wednesday, September 6th-
Charles Hood, Sr., 64, W/M, of
Wewahitchka, failure to appear;
and Quinetta Addison, 22,'B/F, of
Panama City, violation of proba-
tion (re: welfare fraud).
Thui-sday, September 7th-
Christina Hutchinson, 3 5, W/F,
of Wewahitchka, two counts of
worthless, checks (Bay County);
.and Latoya Pace, 25, B/F, of
Panama City, failure to appear
(re: grand theft). .
IFriday, September 8th-,
Stacey Buriows, 38, W/M, of Port
St. Joe, worthless checks (Bay
County).
C Saturday. September 9th-
Rebecca Gaff, 22, W/F, of
Callaway, driving under the influ-
ence; and Jose Rodriguez, 45,
H/M, of New York, driving while
license suspended or revoked.


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I FHP License and
Vehicle Checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver license
and vehicle inspection check-
points from September 15th
through 21st on SR-69 near CR-
274, CR-22 near CR-22-A, and
SR-71 near Chipola Street.
Recognizing the danger pre-
sented to the public by defective
vehicle equipment, troopers will
concentrate their efforts on vehi-
cles being operated with defects
such as bad brakes, worn tires
and defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be
directed to drivers who would vio-
late the driver license laws of
Florida.
The patrol has found these
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the equipment
and driver license laws of Florida
ensuring the protection of all
motorists.


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lTo the Citizens of Wewahitchka:

- I would like to offer my
i-eep gratitude for electing s
me as your city commissioner.
I certainly appreciate all your
support and I will do all I can
to make sure your faith in me
never falters.
Sincerely, Ralph Fisher.


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Extends Appreciation
Gulf County Economic Development Committee Chairman
Kenny Wood presented Kim McFarland with a certificate of
appreciation during the committee's meeting this past Monday.
Due to increased job demands, McFarland has found it nec-
essary to step down from the committee. The board members
took advantage of the opportunity to express their thanks for
her service to the community.


The window of time to save a
life when someone has a stroke is
very small and the American
Stroke Association, a division of
the American Heart Association,
urges everyone to be aware of the
signs and to know how to act
quickly.
"Whether you or someone else
is experiencing the signs of a
stoke, the first step is tocall 9-1-
1 and get to the hospital right
away," says Mark E. Swanson,
M.D., president of the American
Heart Association's Florida/
Puerto Rico affiliate.
The American Heart Associa-
* tion says one or more of these
- warning signs should signal a.call
-' to 9-1-1:
sudden numbness or weakness
of face. arm. or leg, especially
'on one.side of the body;
sudden confusion, trouble
speaking or understanding:
sudden trouble seeing in one or
both eyes;
sudden trouble walking, dizzi-
i "ness, loss of-balance or coordi-
J nation; or
sudden, severe headache with
no known cause.
There is no place for denial, a
:- normal reaction for anyone who
- may potentially be having a stroke
or a heart attack. Insist on
prompt action.
To learn more about the
warningsigns, contact your near-
est American Heart Association or
call 1-800-AHA-USAI (1-800-242-
8721) or visit the Association's
web site at www.american
heart.org.
The American Heart Associa-
tion spent about S327 million
during fiscal year 1998-99 on
research support. public and pro-
fessional education. and commu-
nity programs. With more than
three million volunteers, the
American Heart Association is the
largest voluntary health organiza-
Friends Book
Discussion Group Meets
The Friends of, the Library
book discussion group will meet
Monday, September 18, at 5:30
p.m. at the Gulf Sand Restaurant.
The book chosen to be discussed
is Evensong by Gail Godwin.
Leading the discussion will be
Pauline Pendarvis, the Friends'
president.
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tion fighting heart disease, stroke,
and other cardiovascular dis-


Franklin Receives

Scholarship Award


The Southern Scholarship
Foundation has awarded a rent-
free housing scholarship to
Audrey Franklin of Gulf County.
She attends Florida State
University.
The Southern Scholarship
Foundation (SSF) awards housing
scholarships to high school
seniors, community college trans-
fer students, and college students
who demonstrate academic merit,'
high personal motivation, and
character and financial need.
SSF owns and operates ,25
scholarship houses at Flprida
State University, Florida A&M
University, and Bethune-
Cookman College. For the Fall
2000 semester 428 students have
received rent-free housing schol-
arships.
SSF was established over 48
years ago and has helped more
than 7,000 deserving students
gain a college education by pro-
viding rent-free housing. The
average savings for an SSF stu-
dent per year is $5,000.. In addi-
tion to financial assistance,
Southern Scholarship provides a
cooperative living environment for
students to learn valuable leader-


ship skills.
The Southern Scholarship
Foundation encourages individu-
als, businesses, and civic clubs in
the Gulf County area to join in the
recruiting and sponsoring of eligi-
ble students.
General program information
or an application can be obtained
by visiting the web site at
www.scholarship.org/ssf/ or by
calling (800) 253-2769, or by writ-
ing the Southern Scholarship
Foundation at 322 Stadium Drive,
Tallahassee, Florida 32304.


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tographs to a recent meeting of the group. The society was offering
the prize to induce members of the community to share their collec-
tion of historical photos of the area. The members scanned the pho-
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|I ask that you help me one -
more time on November 7. '
I also ask those who supported;'
Kenny in the first primary to
consider me in November.
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support October 3rd.
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Wewahiti
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J The Wewahitchka Gators
'wasted little time defending their
;#4 ranking in the state polls Fri-
'day night as they mauled Carra-
.belle 40-12. With the win, the
g Gators improved to 2-0 overall on
'the season and 1-0 in District 2-A
play.
"We played a lot better," said
'head coach Grant Grantham. "I
feel like we played our best game
"of the year, so far."
S-The Gators took the opening
kick-off and drove the length of
,their home field, quickly taking an
8-0 lead over the Panthers with
M8.09 left in the first quarter.,
,.3Tyron Vann capped off.the drive
',with a nine yard run and quarter-
'rck Brandon Jones added the
ivo point conversion on a keeper.
On the Gators' next posses-
Sion. they marched 59 yards in
.fpur plays for a 15-0 lead. Quar-
;.erback Brandon Jones' pass to
-'Myron Vann for 16. yards and
'..hris Gamner's 37 yard run gave
Wewahitchka a first and goal from
;'Ae Panther six yard line. Harold
P"Williams then made two consecu-
Nive three yard runs to put the
.!ators in the end zone, and Matt
ramer added the extra point with
'.: 17 left in the quarter.
;4 Wewahitchka took a 21-0 lead
.4ith 2:30 left in the first half
A-vhen Myron Vann capped off a 84
ard dnve with a one yard plunge.

urple People Eaters
record First Win
4 by: Coach Erik Hersman
The girls under 13 soccer
.eam recorded its first win of the
,season. This past Saturday, at
-12:00 noon'- under the hot sun,
e girls took the field at Harders
Sports Field near Panama City.
0h ey came out strong with two
S uick goals by Bnttany'Miller.
^ The defense and mid-field did
good job of keeping the ball on
ahe opponents' side of the field the
ajonty of the half, and the few
times it did come down towards
.he goal area, goalie Corinna
vwens made some "nice saves.
-.Shortly before the half, Elizabeth
8 3ibson extended the lead scoring
.o make it 3-0. 0
;' In the second half, the girls
:-t'ame out a little slower; ,this
caused both by having a three
"'goal lead and the effects of the
vun.,mawd heat. The-..opposition.
- scored three goals and tied the
score up But. with about four
mrunutes left in the game, Miller
i once more used her superior
', speed and strong foot to score the
% winning goal.
The final score was 4-3. It was
hard fought game, and the girls
Ikut out a great'amount of effort
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chka Whips Carrabelle 40-12 In District Game


Big plays during the drive were: a
41 yard run by P. J. Addison, a 10
yard run by Brandon Jones, and
Harold Williams picked up 16
yards on three runs.
Carrabelle caught the Gators
off guard on the first play, of the
second half with a 80 yard touch-
down on a flea-flicker to narrow
Wewahitchka's lead to 21-6.; The


Panthers, extra- point attempt
failed.
The Panthers then took
advantage of a Gator turnover and
three penalties to pull within nine
points (21-12) late in the third
quarter. Carrabelle scored on,an
eight yard run, but again missed
the extra point.
Wewahitchka answered on


Victor Easter (50) and Terrence Addison (52) combine to sack
Carrabelle's quarterback Friday night.


Upward Basketball


Registration NOW!


Schools have started again
,,and when school star-ts that usu-
ally means sports. Yes, sports;
football, baseball, softball, volley-
ball, soccer, and basketball. Par-
ents running around trying to get
their children to practices. then
worrying whether their child \ill
have- enough aletie-,ablly.ts
play well.
One of the sports this year is
Upward Basketball. Upward Bas-
ketball is a church oriented sport
hosted by Long Avenue Baptist
Church in Port'St. Joe. It focuses
on' developing character in the
players by providing an equal
opportunity for improvement,
while stressing sportsmanship
Early registration is $40.
After September 25, the cost will
be $50. One can take or mail reg-
istration forms' and money. to
Long Avenue. Baptist Church,
.1601 Long Avenue, P. 0. Box 38,
Port St. 'Joe, Florida 32457. Par-
ents can :drop off forms and
.money at the church office any-
time between'9:00 a.m. and 5:00
p.m., Monriday thru Friday.
Every player must attend
evaluation day at the LABC gym.
First and second grade boys and
girls will meet Monday, October 9,
from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Third and fourth grade boys
and girls will meet Tuesday, Octo-
ber 10, from 6:00 to 8:00 p m.
Fifth and sixth grade *boys and


girls will meet Thursday, October
12, from 6:00 to 8:00 p m.
Each player receives a
reversible jersey, equal playing
time, a player gift, an individual
award after each game. and an
end ol..the year award. Shorts are
optional at a 'o'st :'I SI12 Practices
.b iDei W6' t er, T"e"i fit'" fme
will be December 2, and awards
nigh, will be February 16.
Excitement fills the air as the
first game arrives. The children
have practiced hard and seem to
be ready. The parents come and
watch them play. They realize all
that running around and worry-
ing was worth it.

Gator Booster Club

Membership Drive
The Wewahitchka High
School; Gatpr. booster club mem-
bership drive remains under way.
The "Gator 100" Club would like
to thank all the individuals and
businesses who have made con-
tributions in the amount of $100,
which makes them eligible for the
"Gator 100" Club:
Anyone ,wishing, to become a
member of this year's 2000 "Gator
100" or booster club. please con-
tact the club president, Carolyn
Husband, at 639-2222 during the
lday or 639-2578 after 6:00 p.m.


their ensuing possession, with a
nine play 77 yard scoring drive.
Quarterback Brandon Jones had.
runs of 14 yards, nine yards and
capped off the drive with a one
yard touchdown run to give the
Gators a 27-12 lead with 11:54
left to play.
The Gators tacked on two
more fourth quarter touch-
downs- Harold Williams finished
'ea 74 yard drive with a one yard
run, and Brandon Jones inter-
cepted. a Panther pass and
returned it 30 yards for a touch-
down.
"We played really well on
l'fens.e Defensively, we probably
played our best game technique-
wise of the season," added
Grantham.
'J. Addison led the Gators'
427 yard rushing attack with 123
yards on 11 carries. Harold
Williams followed with 17 carries
for 80 yards, Myron Vann picked
up 70 yards on seven carries,
Chns Gainer had 68 yards on five
carries, Ryan Baker had 46 yards
on four carries and Brandon
Jones had 40 yards on eight car-
ries.
Jones completed all three of
his pass attempts for 52 yards.
Myron Vann had two catches for
40 yards and Bradley Shavers had
one reception for 12 yards.
Derrick Williams led the
Gafors' defensive unit with seven
tackles. P. J. Addison, Chris Nel-
son, Earnest Williams and Myron
Vann each followed with four
tackles.
The Gators host Arnold High
'School this Friday night at' 7:00
CT.
"We're -looking forward to
playing Arnold this Friday. It will
.be a big game for us on our home
:field. Arnold dresses out 45 play-
ers, they have somebig kids and
. have a lot. of speed," concluded
Grantham.
Score by Quarters
Panthers 0 0 12 0 12
Gators 15: 6 0 19 40


STATISTICS
WEWA
First Downs 19
Rushes/Yds. 52/427
Passing Yards 52


CHS
5
26/205
24


Total Yards
Passes
Fumbles/Lost
Penalties/Yards
Punts


479.
3/3/0
2/1
,6/85
1/30


229
7/17/0
2/0
3/35
2/30


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G ulf County faces 'growth pres-
sures. which are bigger than
anything in its history, except per-
haps in 1935., when the construction
of the paper mill began. Imagine
how exciting the times were, as some
people can recall, when. everyone
realized the prosperity the mill
would bring to the community.

NTow we see that more people are
' coming to Florida looking for
the kind of community'and accessi-
ble beach-front that used to be
everywhere. Gulf County offers the
life-style and environment that most
people in America would love to
have. Should this mean that we have
to give up our life-style to make
room for double or even triple the.
population we have today?


G growth and development has to
.be managed, controlled, and
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maintaining our quality of life while
at the same time developing our eco-
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creates jobs and, a future so that we
and our children do not have to leave
home to find employment.

W le can have both quality of life
V and controlled growth, if we
face these challenges with a renewed
commitment to controlling our own
destiny. We need the kind of county
government that can manage and
direct the influences of change from
a position of knowledge and
strength, on an equal basis. We need
to develop the resources and tools to
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Jaguars Take

On Dolphins
The regular season for ,the
Gene Raffield Football League of
Port St. Joe opened Tuesday night
at Shark Stadium, with the. Port
St. Joe Jaguars visiting the Port
St. Joe Dolphins. The many par-
ents, grandparents, family and
friends of the football teams and
cheerleading squads witnessed a
game filled with big plays.
Early in the first half the
Jaguars' pressed hard on the
Dolphin defense utilizing an
unbalanced offensive line. They
ran several running plays with
Carlos Likely and Chaz Byrd at,
running back-toward the strong
right side, but found little room as
the Dolphins matched the unbal-
anced line and flowed to follow the
ball and gang-tackle the running
backs.
The Jaguars' first score came
after a fake to that strong right
side followed by a reverse to the
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Dolphin defenders bit on the fake
to the right and left the field open
for the Jaguar back to race the
length of the field. An extra point
run was successful, giving the*
Jaguars a 7 to 0 lead.
The Dolphin offense struggled
Sto control the ball on their next
several possessions, fumbling
often and finally losing the ball to'
the Jaguars. The Jaguars then
scored for their last time on
another excellent play by' the
Jaguars' line and backfield. The
try for extra point was intercepted
by Tyrone Dawson just before the
end of the half.
The second half was a defen-
sive struggle that saw each team
move the ball up and down the
field, but unable to score.
Late in the fourth quarter, the
Dolphin quarterback, Chris
Cochran, behind strong blocking
by the offensive line, threw an
accurate pass some 20 yards
downfield to Corbin Vickery for a
long gain.
Another pass attempt saw the
quarterback stand firm in a col-


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Sharks Pick Up Their First Win

of the 2000 Season On the Road Against Florida High


The Port St. Joe Sharks'.
defense caused five Florida High.:
turnovers and held the Seminole'
offense to only two rushing yards
and 83 total yards in Friday"
night's 27-0 win.
"We came out and played real
well defensively right off the bat,",
said head coach Chuck Gannon.
"We did a good job of containing
their speed all night."
The Sharks threatened tod
score twice in the first quarter.
but could not convert on fourth
and three on one series. then
Quarterback Seneca Chambers
fumbled on the Seminoles' 15,,.
yard line after a 10 yard gain. ,
Regeie Quinn set up the
Sharks lirst score of the night
when he recovered a loose ball on
the Florida High 29 yard line with


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Seneca Chambers (4) holds
for kicker Corey Butler, who ,
made all three of his extra point,
attempts in the Sharks' 27-0
win.
lapsing pocket, hitting the receiv-
er downfield over two defenders,
only to have the ball fall incom+-
plete.
Soon after, time ran out ori
this exciting game, with the
Jaguars winning 13 to 0. Eadh
team, each boy, should feel pride
in the effort and conduct they
exhibited before an appreciative
audience. Congratulations Jag-
uars. Dolphins, and to this fine
league named for one of Port St,
Joe's best remembered citizens. *


For Boys & Girls, Ages

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As An Upward Basketball Player,
You Will Enjoy:
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1 Individual awards after each game

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l Each player signs up as an

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k One hour practice and game each week starting
after Evaluation Day


7:58 remaining in the first half.
Chambers made up for his first
quarter fumble, when he convert-
ed a third down and 16 with a 19
yard scramble to pick up a first
down. On fourth and 13 from the
Seminoles' 17 yard line, Cham-
bers again stepped up with a 17
yard touchdown pass to Kyron
Bailey to put Port St. Joe. on the
scoreboard. Corey Butler split the
uprights on -his extra point
attempt to give the Sharks a 7-0
lead with 5:06 left in the half.
The Sharks took the opening
kick-off of the second half and
marched the length of the field, 73
yards in six plays, for their second
score of the night. Reggie Quinn
capped off the drive with a nine
yard touchdown run off the
option. and Butler added the
extra pointfor a 14-0 Shark lead
with 9:47 left in the third quarter.
Quinn also had a 33 yard run
during the drive and Chambers
connected with tightend Sam Bell
for 22 yards to help move the
Sharks down the field.
Port St. Joe struck again later
in the quarter, this time, with a
seven play 72 yard scoring drive.
Rashed Brown and Reggie Quinn
each had 25 yard runs during the
drive. Quinn powered in from four
yards out to end the series. Butler
added his' third extra point of the
night to put the Sharks up 21-0
with 3:46 remaining in the third
quarter.
On the Seminoles' ensuing
possession Seneca Chambers
Intercepted a. Florida High pass
and returned it 41 yards for the
Sharks' final touchdown of the
game. Port St. Joe failed to con-
vert the extra point due 'to a bad
snap, but took a 27-0 lead with
3:14 left in the quarter. I
"We came out a little sluggish
on offense, but got it together with
some nice runs by Quinn and
Chambers, and a nice throw and
catch with Chambers and Bailey,"
added Gannotn. "We should have

PSJ Bucs Tackle
Apalach Little
Sharks 35-0
In a game featuring the 1999
/ Super Bowl teams on Tuesday
night's little league football
action, the 11- and 12-year-old
Buccaneers of the Port St. Joe
Gene Raffield Football League
capitalized on an explosive
offense and a stingy defense to
open the regular season with a
35-0 win over last year's champi-
ons., -
The Buccaneers also won
both of their jamboree games last
.Saturday, while not allowing the
other. teams 'to score. The offense
played almost mistake free and
had no penalties.
The 'Buccaneers' offense
includes Zeke Stevens, Jeremy
Baxley, ,Warren Floyd. Justin
Henderson, Gage Blevins, Josey
Freeman, Charlie Persall, Logan
Wilson and Lance Watson as line-
men.
Also, Zach Lee; Zack
Tarantino, Michael Quinn, Ashley
Fennell, RaShawne (Pete)
Thomas, and Rodney Besore are
the team's 'quarterbacks and run-
ning ; backs; and Sam Cox,
Matthew Dodson'are split ends.
Also starring on defense with
their teammates were D. J. Jones.
Rashard Rouse, Steven Fennell,
Andrew Caririgtorl and Zack
Scoggins. The players and coach-
es all wish to' thank Scott
Quintana, who :is on injured
reserve, for 'his help with the
team.
Saturday'night, the Bucs take
on a Wewahitchka team made of
the same age group in an exhibi-
tion game for both teams at the
varsity football* field in
Wewahitchka at 8:00 (ET). Next
Tuesday, the Buedargeers again
play at home- this time against
Eastpoint at 8:00.
Interleague

Exhibition Games
The little league football
teams of Wewahitchka and Port
St. Joe have announced the inter-
league exhibition games. They are
as follows:
In Wewahitchka on Saturday,
September 16th at the Wewahit-
chka High School football field at
5:30 p.m., CT Wewahitchka vs.
Port St. Joe Dolphins; and at 7:00
p.m., CT Wewahitchka vs. Port St.
Joe Buccaneers;
In Port St. Joe on Saturday,
September 30 at the Port St Joe
High School football field, at
10:00 a.m., ET, Port St. Joe
Jaguars vs. Wewahitchka; and at


11:30 a.m., ET, Port St. Joe vs.
Wewahitchka.
Admission for adults is $2,
children $1, and children under 3
are free. Gold Cards will be hon-
ored. Please plan to attend and
help raise funds for league func-
tions!


Reggie Quinn (3) uses Sam Bell's (33) block to turn the corner Friday
night. Quinn led the Sharks with 122 yards rushing on 18 carries.
been able-to put a couple more (7); and John 'Patrick Floyd had
points up in the first hal', but did one solo and five assists (6) with a
n't." sack and recovered a fumble.
Reggie Quinn led the Sharks Port St. Joe opens up District
.rushing game with 18 carries for 2-A play this Friday night when
122 yards. Seneca Chambers fol- they travel to Liberty Countyt
lowed with 43 yards on five car- Game time is 7:30 ET.
ries and Rashed Brown picked up "It's gonna be our speed
31 yards on seven carries. against their strength. We will
Chambers completed 'two of have to contain Vickers at quar-
his nine pass attempts for 40 terback and Smith at fullback,"
yards and threw two intercep- concluded Gannon.
tions. KTron Bailey had one catch Score by Quarters
for 18 yards and Sam Bell had one Sharks 0 7 20 0 27i
'reception for 22 yards. Noles 0 -0 0 0 0'
Tyson Davis led the Sharks' STATISTICS
dees. eui I th.. uro-ot-1- --11SAITC


defensive unit with four solo tacK-
les and seven assists for 11 total
tackles. Jacob Tankersley had six
solos and three assists (9) with
one tackle for a loss. one intercep-
tion. two quarterback sacks and
caused one fumble. Lamar Patter-
son had four solos and four
assists (8) with one tackle for a
loss and one sack: Tremaine
Lewis had one solo and SIX assists


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


38,

2,

2


Penalties/Yards
Punts


PSJ F",
8 "7
/210 30/2
40 81
250 83
/9/2 6/19/3.
,4/2 3/2,
6/35 6/45
2/23 3/37'


Tyson Davis (31), Tremaine Lewis (74) and Sam Bell (33) scramble for
a Florida High fumble in the third quarter. Davis came up with the
loose ball.


Quarterback Seneca Chambers (4) looks downfield to pick up hs
blocks on a quarterback keeper.

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SExtreme Weather Wreaks Havoc


A severe weather system moved through Port St. Joe last
Wednesday evening. The damage was caused by "straight line winds"
according to emergency management officials. Intense rain fell, and
the high winds inflicted damage in a wide swath.


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Port St. Joe Lodge No. 111
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A large pine snapped and went through the roof of this home.


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September 5th and casting

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need your continued


vote


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PAGE 2B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2000


Numerous Program Accomplishments Noted



At Washington Improvement Group Annual Meeting


Thursday, September 7, applications and received funding
members, friends, and communi- in the amount of $249,680 from
ty leaders assembled at the the Jessie Ball dupont Fund.
Washington Improvement Group In partnership with the
Teen Center to celebrate accom- United States Department of
plishments at the Eighth Annual Commerce, Census Bureau,
Meeting and Program. The meet- Atlanta Regional Office the WIG


ing and program theme was
"Teamwork." Marsha F. Harpool,
executive director, presented the
Fiscal Year 1999-2000 Annual
Report noting the following'pro-
gram accomplishments:
The Washington Improvement
Group received funding for a
"Community Environmental
Education Project" from ,an
Arizona Chemical grant. They
received $2,000. Over 25 commu-
nity youth benefited.
Additionally, they received
funding for a part-time coordina-
tor and numerous mini grants for
tobacco-free programs and
Activities. They received $5.728
from the Gulf County Tobacco
Free Partnership Grant.
They were awarded funding
for a Teen Pregnancy Prevention
Program. Over 200 community
youth are expected to benefit.
$21,000 plus and additional
$3,000 were given by the Teen-
Pregnancy Prevention Grant.
The Habilitative' Services
Grant gave the WIG Reading
Program $243 for 'final program
expenses.
In July 1999, WIG agreed
with CACAA to administer the
Gulf County Low Income Heating
Energy Assistance Program. Two
part-time coordinators were
employed,.
The Washington Improvement
Group in partnership with New
Bethel A.M.E. Church submitted





NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9900-51
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
will receive bids from any person, company or cor-
poration interested in providing the following
goods/service;
One (1) Cardiac Monitor/Defibrillator/Pacer
Bid price to Include delivery, and the delivery date
niust be specified. Liquidated damages of $25.00 per
day will be assessed for each day goods remain
undelivered.
Specifications may be obtained from the Clerk's
Office. Gulf County Courthouse. 1000 Cecil G.
Costin. Sr. Blvd.. Room 148. Port St. Joe. FL 32456
(850) 229-6113.
Questions should be directed to Cult' Cour.E, E M 5 ,
Dirmlt.r SIhne McGuffin at l-,ul .2' *.,'i
Iie.a e inoic ite on the eih,elope ii.: i this isi
SEALED BID and Include the BID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Monday. September 25.
2000 at 5:00 p. in.; E.D.T.. at the Office of the Clerk
of Circuit Court. 1000 Cecil G. Costin. Sr. Blvd..
Room 148. Port St. Joe. FL 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all
bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Billy E. Traylor. Chairman
Attest: /s/ Benny C. Lister. Clerk
2tc. September 14 and 21. 2000.
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
r BID NO. 9900-52
The Gulf County Board of County Coniunssioners
will receive bids from any person, conipany or cor-
poration interested in purchasing the following
described equipment:
1978 Ford F-100 Pickup Truck
_(Terms and Conditions are available from
the Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court)
Phone (850) 229-6113 / Fax (850) 229-6174
'The equipment may be inspected by contacting
Bobby Knee. Road Superintendent. 318 South 7th
;Street. Wewahitchka. FL 32465.- (8501) 639-2238.
Please Indicate on the envelope that this Is a
SEALED BID and include the BID NUMBER.
Bids will be received until Monday, September 25,
2000 at 5:00 p.m.. E:D.T.. at the Cfi:.t ,.- ri- Clerk
of Circuit Court. 1000 Cecil G. C,2_'iin 5. Blvd..
Room 148;, Port-St. Joe. FL 32456. '
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all
bids.
.BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By: /s/ Billy E. Traylor. Chairman
Attest: /s/ Benny C.. Lister. Clerk
2tc. September 14 and 21. 2000.
PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that tihe Gulf County Board of
County Connmissioniers will hold a public hearing In
tile Colmmissioners' meeting room al tihe
Courthouse In Port St. Joe. Florida on September
18. 2000 at 5:01 p.n.. E.D.T. for the purpose of
. hearing from the, public in.regard to tite adoption of
a Supplemental Budget for the fiscal yvear ceding,
September 30. 2000:
A summary of receipts and expenditures proposed
to be adopted by the Board of County
Commissioners Is hereby published as required by
Law.
After said public hearing. thie Gulf CountyvBoard of
County Conmnissioners will make whatever revi-
sions It deenis necessary and shall thereupon adopt
said budget.
SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET
1909-2000 .
General Fund


REVENUES:
Present Budget
Additional Cash Brought Forward
TOTAL REVENUES:
EXPENDITURES:


s 8.000.590
$ 6,601,590


secured a mini-grant for a
"Community Census Iall"
totalling $1,400 from the Jessie
Ball dupont Fund.,
In partnership with the Gulf
County School Board System, the
WIG provided on-the-job-training
for five students. Over 10commu-


Runners Needed

For Torch Run
FSU Panama City will be
holding its 11th annual Torch
Run on the evening of Friday,
October 13. Athletes or individu-
als interested in participating in
the run are encouraged to call the
Student Government Office at
522'-2040.
The Torch Run was started by
two FSU PC students in 1989; the
purpose of the run is to show
unity between the Panama City
and Tallahassee campuses by
,participating in the Homecoming
activities. Immediately after the
bonfire and festivities, runners
(consisting .mostly of students and
alumni) will pass the torch off to
one another through the night,
beginning at the: Panama City
Campus and finishing at Doak
Campbell stadium in Tallahassee
on October 14. A runner will run
the torch onto the field to light
Chief Osceola's spear and kick off
the' Homecoming Game (FSU vs.
Duke).





Present Budget $ 8.000,590
Bi.-l .:.fd County Commissioners: .
Life, Health &
,Dental Insurance $ 111.000
County Road and Bridge:
Professional Services $ 140,000
Improvements
other than buildings 350000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES: $ 8,601,590
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS OF GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA.
BENNY C. LISTER, CLERK
Itc. September 14. 2000.
PUBLIC MEETING OF THE
GULF COUNTY CANVASSING BOARD.
The GulfCounty Cr, amri,,-g Bord sill meet ao 5.pam
et -citouber 3. 2000.' at the Gull County C,:urnhuse
Eleculorst.'.fre 1000.Ze.,ilG Coun Sr Blpd Port
St joe Ft 'lil- iheeung ii'- opn lc. the puDl.: The'
canvassing Board will meet to canvass the absentee
ballots for the Second Primary Election, to receive
queries from the public about absentee ballots, to
conduct a Logic and Accuracy test on the tabulating-
equipment, and to canvass all returns as necessary.
Absentee ballots for the Second Primary Election
received prior to October 3. 2000 will be available for,
public Inspection from 8am until 6:30 pm et. on
October 3. 2000. at the Gulf County Elections
Office. 1Q00 Cecil G. Costin. Sr. Blvd.. Port St. Joe.
Fl. After that time these absentees will be processed.
however not counted. Counting of the Absentee
Ballots will not begin until 7prn et. on October 3,
2'"' .iAt 7prn et tile Cali'.assiig Board till e'an'ine
bLlios fi eleiOd after 5prmI el ith l di y A,.\ i..ember
0Il me publi.: ho:u lihlie:- lu e r mine ihiLe .-1? D lwi
should be present no later than 7pnm et. These
absentee ballots will be processed and tabulation
will proceed on all ballots at 7npm et.
The canvassing Board. if It should be necessary to
reconvene during the week of October 3. 2000, shall
convene at the office of the Supervisor of Elections.
The time and date will be posted at the office of the
Supervisor of Elections and announced at the end of,
the October 3. 2000 meeting.
Cora Sue Robinson
Supervisor of Elections
Gulf County. Florida
2tc. September 21 and 28. 200'0.
SPECIAL NOTICE
PUBLIC TEST OF VOTE
TABULATING EQUIPMENT
TESTING OF THE TABIIL TING EQLIPMENTrTO BE
USED IN THE OCTOBER 3 ":'10 C'0ECOND FRIMrA.
RY ELECTION WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY. OCTO-
BER 2 AT 10:00 AM ET. AT THE GULF COUNTY
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS OFFICE LOCATED IN
TIlE GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE. i000 CECIL G.
COSTIN. SR. BLVD.. ROOM 122. PORT ST. JOE. FL.
THIS EQUIPMENT WILL BE USED TO TABULATE
THE ABSENTEE BALLOTS ALSO.
CORA SUE ROBINSON
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
I tc. September 21. 2000.
STATE OF FLORIDA '
DEPARTMENT OF '
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
The Department announces receipt of an application
for permit front Russell R. Bourkard. File No.39-
0173916-001-DF. to recover pre-cut submerged
timber from 'the water of thle.Apalaclilcola River
beginning at marker 46.4 approximately I mile
north of lola Landing and continuing 20 river miles
south to marker 27.9 where the Chlipola River
emerges wth tlie Apalaclhicola. The tilnber recoveries
will be conducted It Liberty and Gulf Counties.
This application Is being processed and is available
for public inspection during normal business hours
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.mi.. Monday through Friday.
except legal holidays, at the Northwest District office
at 160 Governmental Center. .Pensacola. Florida
32501-5794. '-0*
ite. September 14. 2000. '


I


PUBLIC NOTICE

The Gulf County Planning and Development Review Board will meet Tuesday, September
19, 2000 at 10:00 a.m. E.S.T., in the Gulf County Commission Meeting Room at the ,
Gulf County Courthouse to discuss and possibly act upon the following:
1. Approve minutes for August 15, 2000 meeting.
2. Preliminary Platt Approval Parcel ID #3483-OOOR Jay Rish
3. Variance American Tower Parcel ID #3172-002R
4. Variance Tom & Leslie Allen Parcel ID #3142-050R
5. Variance Black's Island Parcel ID # 6270-OOOR
6. Application Extension Black's Island Subdivision Sewer/Septic System Bill Koran
The public is encouraged to attend and be heard on these matters. Information prior to
the. meeting can be obtained from the Planning /Building Department at 850-229-8944.
Itc. September 14. 2000.


Commodity Food Distribution.
The University of Florida
Cooperative Extension Program
through the Gulf County
Extension Office, provides food
preparation and nutrition educa-
* tion.
The Washington Improvement
Group makes the Teen Center
available for use to community
organizations for a nominal con-
tribution. Numerous social, cul-
tural, and educational activities
and programs have been conduct-
ed by WIG, the churches, various
community organizations, and
families during the fiscal year.
The Total Community Capital
Challenge Fund allowable is
832.355.


nity youth participated in com-
munity service activities at WIG
through the "Wall of Fame," Youth
Stipend Program.
In partnership with the Gulf
County Board of County
Commissioners, the WIG provides
a distribution site for USDA

Membership

Drive of NAACP
The National Association for
the Advancement of Colored,
People requests the community's
support' in the urgent call to;;
become a NAACP member during
the KNOCK ACROSS AMERICA
NAACP Membership Drive.
The future of civil rights, the
deeds .of those who came before,
and the.dreams for those who will
come after-are under attack. The
march on Florida NAACP mem-
bership drive kicked off in
Tallahassee on March 7, 41
national march was held' on
August 26th in Washington,
D.C., and Florida will culminate
September 28-30 in Jacksonville.
It is their desire to knock on
every door for support to help save
Affirmative Action by becoming a
member of the NAACP. The reli-
gious institutions, the backbone
of the community have always
been in the struggle with the
NAACP.
Listed are the following
churches who have received
notice requesting their'participa-
tion: (Zion Fair Baptist, New
Bethel A.M.E., Philadelphia
Primitive Baptist, New Bethel
Baptist, Thompson Temple, Mt.
Carmel Baptist, New Covenant,
The Body of Christ. House of
Prayer, Fellowship Church of
Praise, Amazing Grace Apostle,
Church of God, and New Life
Worship. If your church is not'
listed, please contact the local
NAACP. For membership, please
contact: Amy Shackleford, Louise
Jones, Julia Greene, Veronica
Rochelle, or Lisa Lee.

Bay Arts Alliance
The Bay Arts Alliance is sav-
ing a seat just for you! The Marina
Civic Center auditorium will be
open to the public Friday,
September 15th from 4:00 p.m. to
7:00 p.m. All who have yet to pur-
chase season tickets to Bay Arts
Alliance's Presenting Arts Series
for the 2000-2001 season are
invited to go and "test drive" all of
the seats available fr season
ticket holders. Light refreshments
will be served to attendees as they
browse. the theater and preview
the upcoming season. Staff will be
on hand to answer any questions
and the box office will be open to
process seats selections immedi-
ately. .
Your support of Bay Arts
Alliance affords more than just
great seats to great shows. Bay
Arts Alliance also brings cultural.
and' arts experiences to hundreds
of Bay area, school children
though the Arts In Education pro-
gramming. I -.:
Bay Arts Alliance provides
opportunities for cultural enrich-
ment in Bay County through
.broad-based educational experi-
ences and quality performances.
including the Presenting Arts
Series at the Marina Civic Center.
Their goal is to foster a lifelong
appreciation and enjoyment of the
Arts.


Career Chats At GCCC
Gulf Coast Community
College will be introducing the fol-
lowing career chats from
September 13 to November 29.
The chats will be ,held on
Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. in the
Career- Center of the Studenit
Union East building on campus.
The following is the list of chats
and dates:
Dental Assisting and Hygiene,
September 13; Engineering.
October 4; Nursing, October 18;
Business Finance, November I;
Social Work and Psychology,
November 15; and Education,
November 29.


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Mrs. Billie Thomas is shown above making final decoration
preparations prior to the Washington Improvement Group's 8th
Annual Meeting and Program. .,


Wintering Shorebird Comment Period:


The. U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service has extended the public
comment period until October 30,
on its draft proposal to designate
critical habitat for the wintering
population .of an imperiled shore-
bird, the piping plover. The exten-
sion gives people time to examine
and respond to a recently released
draft economic report that pro-
rides an initial description of
potential economic impacts asso-
ciated with designation of critical
habitat for his species.
An economic report is pre-
pared for any proposed critical
habitat designation. A critical
habitat designation only applies
to situations where federal fund-
ing, federal authorization or a fed-
eral permit is involved. Even in,
cases where private lands are des-
ignated, it has no impact on pri-
vate landowners taking actions on
their land that do not involve fed-,
eral funding, authorization or per-
mits.
"We already review federal
projects to ensure that they do not
significantly harm this threatened
species, and this proposed critical
habitat designation should not
change the outcome of that review
process in the Southeast," said
Sam D. Hamilton, Southeast
Regional Director.

Copies of the draft economic
report are available on the inter-
net at http:\\southeast.f\\s.gov or
by contacting the U. S. Fish and
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Comments may also be sent elec-
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(316) 994-8262.
A complete description of the
proposed critical habitat desigria-
tion for the wintering population
of piping plovers was published in
the Federal Register on July 6,
and the notice of extension of the
public comment period was pub-
lished on August 30. Comments
previously submitted during the
comment period need not be
resubmitted. They will be incorpo-
rated into the public record a.nd
will be fully considered in the final
determination of the proposal.-..
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agency responsible for conserving,
protecting. and' enhancing fisg,
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Airman Eureka L. Turrell

Turrell Completes

Basic Training in Texas
Airman Eureka L. Turrell,
daughter of Ben and' Laressa
Turrell of Clarksville, Tennessee
completed basic training at
Lackland Air Force Base in Texas.
She will attend Medical Service
Management training at Shepard
Air Force Base in Texas.
Upon completion of her train-
ing she will participate in the
hometown recruiter assistance
program in Clarksville, Tennessee
before going on, to her new duty
station..
Turrell is the granddaughter
of Mr-, and Mrs. Eric McNair of
Port St. Joe.


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Horses Play
.' Cape ,San Bias Taxpayers
,,sociation will be participating in
:the Florida Coastal Cleanup 2000,
organized by the Center for
;Iarine :Conservation. The tax
' association will be sponsoring a
..ach cleanup for both the Cape
and Indian Pass on Saturday,
september. 30 (rain date
Saturday, October 7).
Volunteers are needed and
shliouldreport to the South Gulf
IQunty Fire Station at 8:00 a.m.
nin Saturday, September 30.
Children should be accompanied
by adults.
-- From the fire station, teams
Will be disbursed to five areas to
best cover the beach. These areas
will serve as mini-stations and


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I.' These horses will be among
cleanup in the Cape San Bias are

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Live Oak
Ten free live oak trees will be
given to each person who joins the
National Arbor Day Foundation
-during September.
"" The free trees are part of the
non-profit foundation's Trees for
America campaign.
"These magnificent wide-
spreading trees will be pic-
turesque additions to your
landscape," John Rosenow, the
'fToundation's president, said.
"They were selected because of the
shade and special beauty they will
give your home. Live oaks grow
rapidly when young and may live
to be centuries old."
The trees will be- shipped
postpaid at the right time for
,t) "planting between October 15 and
December 10 with enclosed plant-
ink instructions. The six to 12
inch trees are guaranteed to grow
or they will be replaced free of
charge.
Members also receive a sub-'
scription to the foundations col-
orful bi-monthly publication.
Arbor Day, and The Tree Book
With information about tree plant-


Staff Sgt. Demetri M. Thomas
Thomas Graduates
Staff Sgt. Demetri M. Thomas
recently received his diploma
S upon completion of Battle Non-
-Commissioned Officers School in
Vjtlseck, Germany. This is one of
toe most challenging schools that
the Army has to offer
Staff Sgt. Thomas now exer-
cises performance in manage-
S nent which includes planning,
organization, leadership. human
relations, oral and written com-
nAunlcation. public speaking.
shall group communication and
interaction, resource manage-
nent, and the use of automated'
information systems. .
SStaff Sgt. Thomas is the son
ol Nether Franklin who resides in
KIlleen. Texas. and the godson of
Edwin Williams. He is a 1985
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School.
School Readiness
Coalition Meeting
SGulf County School
Readiness Coalition will be meet-
ing on Tuesday, September 19. at
1p:00 a.m., ET, at the Gulf
County School Board. The agenda
fir this meeting- includes Even
Start-PAEC, financial repoIt,
aid partnership board news. -
For additional information
regarding -the meeting or agenda,
c ntact Renea Black at Early
childhood Services, Inc. at 872-
7550, extension 2305.


Major Role In Area Beach Cleanup


have a captain for assignments,
radioing in of trash too large to
collect, providing water, etc.
Local equestrians, as well as
Fanta Sea Horseback Rides and
Broke-A-Toes/Indian Pass Recre-
ation will provide four horses per
station, two per mile. The horses
will carry oyster bags provided by
the Indian Pass Raw Bar to carry
the trash. Piggly Wiggly has
donated bottled water.
A bar-b-que lunch beginning
at 12:00 noon, at the fire station
will be provided for those partici-
pating in this event by the Cape
San Bias Taxpayers Association.
Free t-shirts will also be given
away to participants as long as


those assisting in the beach
,a. ,

Free


STrees
ing and care.
To receive the free trees, send
a $10 membership contnbution to
Ten Live Oaks. National Arbor
Day Foundation. 100 Arbor
Avenue. Nebraska City, NE
68410. by September 30. -


supplies lash ,
Coastal cleanup is an'interna-- i
tional event reaching as far as


Japan. In Florida,,in- 1999 these
programss were responsible for
picking up 753,780 pounds of


Hoa


9 era/* y


trash- over 1,830.55 miles with
37,527 people participating.
(These numbers include hurri-
cane activity related to cleanup
event).
The focus of this event is to
document the types of trash and


c~md'


where this trash is coming from in
order to prevent the trash from
appearing on the beaches in the
future. For information on addi-
tional local area cleanup .the
weekend of September 16, please
contact Paula Boone at 647-5031.


Break the Pamn and



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tanning sessions.


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We would-like to welcome a familiar face'to a new place. David Whitfield,
MSPT, who has been providing Physical Therapy services for the last 6 years in
Gulf County, is now our new director. "GulfCounty is my home and it is my
privilege to provide its residents with the highest quality rehabilitative care."


Now managing the Wellness Center is Buck Fernandez, PTA, a long time
resident of Port St e. "Being raised in Port St. Joe, and now making
it my home, I feel a sense of pride and commitment in offering Gulf
County the highest quality health and rehab services available."



As a part of the area's preeminent health and fitness center, David and Buck

would like to extend an invitation to help celebrate the facility's one year

anniversary. A holiday fitness package special-with a 6-month contract at


$25/month-a $60 savings, and received 5 free


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Port St. Joe 32456


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St. James Episcopal
Church Women Met
The St. James' ECW met on
Monday, September 11 with 16
women present; president Joan'
Johnson presided'
Plans for the annual bazaar
are well underway. The Craft Club
has been busy working on beauti-
ful ceramics and others have been
' working 'on various 'holiday gift
' itemi., "
'The'. Panhandle Piecemakers
Quilt. Club. which meets at St.
*. James, has quilted a queen size
picket fence pattern quilt. Tickets
are available for the drawing the
day of the bazaar. The bazaar will
open, promptly at 8:00 a.m.,
Saturday, November .11.
Other annual exciting events
for the year 2001 are in the early
planning stages. ECW's next
meeting will be Monday, October
2.

Thompson Temple Hosts
Men and Women's Day,
Thompson Temple First Born
Church of the Living God, Inc. will
be hosting its annual Men and
Women's Day on Sunday,
September 24th.
This year's theme will be "Men
and .-Women Need Help on This
Christian Journey." The scripture
will be "But know this, in the last
days perilous times will come." (II
Timothy 3:1) The colors will be
pink and white.

S 54 w' 7 e 7

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In Concert at Glad TidingsA/G


"Amazing Grace," an anointed
southern gospel group will be
singing at Glad, Tidings Assembly
of God, located on Highway 71 in
Wewahitchka on Sunday,
September 17, at 6:00 p.m., CT.
Members of the group
"Amazing Grace" are Beverly Pitts
Tony Yowell, and Peggy House.
The public is encouraged to go


Not going to church?
come see how good church can be!

,music you grew up with
-preaching you can use
'smiles and handshakes ...
no matter who you are!

Family Life Church Hwy 98
'a : Apolachicolo... E. 4 W ... Ponama City
Sunday 10:30 AM H RedAve.
Hwy. Reid Ave.
Wednesday 7 PM 71 Family Life Church
Call: 229-LIFE N
S. Wewahitchka

", BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL

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


First Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
Pastor, Bro. Marcus H. Sturdivant Church Office 227-1.493
Sii Scho ,.l .' . ... ........ 9:45 a.m .
S. .Sunday Morning \\-rsh p ....: .. .. 11:00 a.m.
Sind.i, E'v'ii'ng Service. . 6:30 p.m.
W wednesday -. . .... ....... 7:00 p.m .
.We Invite You to Come
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us


S, first United Methodist Church'
S11 1 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410

.Sunday Worship Services:
STradifonal......... ............ 9:00 a.m., CT
.Contemporary ............ ......: 11:00 a..m., CT

MINISTERING TO THE BEACHES HAND-IN-HAND
-Rev. Ted Lovelace,- Pastor . . . Church/Office: 648-8820

THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

ST. JAMES' 800 22nd STREET PORT ST. JOE
S7.:30 and 11:00 a.m, (ET)
Sunday School 9:45

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

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor


ta n


DiscOver God's Love! n
Everyone welcome _

Long Avenue
B.AP T IST CHURCH
1601 Long Avenue, Port 5t. Joe 229-8691
Worship Sundays at 11 a.iii. and 7 p.m.
Bible Study Sundays at 9:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. (for all ages)
Wednesday -. Children & Youth Missions at 7 p.m.
Prayer and Bible Study at 7 p.m.
Adult Praise Choir at 8 p.m.
S REV. JOHn ADOIHS, PASTOR


and worship with them during
this gospel sing.


Oops!
The Star would like to apolo-
gize for a mistake made in last
week's paper. Two area churches,
Victory Temple First Born.
Holiness Church, and Thompson
Temple First Born Church of the,
Living God, Inc. were announcing,
their annual Men and Women's,
Day services. The typesetter-mis-,
takenly combined the two articles-'
together.
The Victory Temple services'
were held on September 1 Oth, and
'the Thompson Temple services
will be held on September 24th.
For more information on this ser-'
vice please see the corrected arti-
cle entitled ."Thompson Temple
Hosts Men and Women's Day."
We apologize for this mistake
and for any confusion it may have
caused.

Annual Revival
The North Port St.'f Joe
Community Choir will sponsor a!
" community revival at the Amazing
Grace Church 'on' Robbins
Avenue, on September 18th
through 22nd at 7:00 p.m.
nightly. The evangelist will be
Reverend 0. H. Walker. Everyone
is invited to attend.,


Margaret E.
McCullough`
Margaret Elease MicCullough.
92, of Port St. Joe. passed away
September 8 at Gulf Coast
Hospital in Panama City. ,
She. had been a resident of
Port St. Joe for 70 years, and
became a member of Zion Fair
Baptist Church at an early age.-
She was preceded in death by five'
children and her late husband.
Malachi McCullough.
She leaves to cherish her
memory one daughter. Gloria
Jean McCullough of Port St. Joe;
three granddaughters. Victoria
(Douglas) Russell of Fayetteville.
North Carolina, and Marjorie
(Nathan, Jr.) Peters, and Audrey
Croom of Port -St. Joe; seven
great-grandchildren, Waymon
(Angela) Bryant of New Orleans,
Louisiana, John M. Bryant of Fort
Benning, Georgia, Joseph and
Byron Peters of Port St. Joe,
Douglas III, Chasten, and Joshua
Russell of Fayetteville, North
Carolina: two great-great 'grand-
children, Mackenzie Bryant of
Panama City,, and Alexis Bryant of
New Orleans, Louisiana; three
nephews, James (Bptty) Hand,
Ernest (Linda) Hand of
Wewahitchka, and Bryant; (Annie
Jean), Hand of Apalachicola; eight
nieces, Rilla (Eddie) Hunter, Rosa
(late Tim) Williams of
Wewahitchka, Manmie (John) Hall,
of Bristol, Bessie Willis of Port St.
Joe, Magoline Willis of South
Carolina, .Albert (Mae) Willis of
North Carolina, Catherine
Morning, and Rosa Lee (Lee)
McNabb of Miami;. other relatives
and friends, as well as two spe-
cially loving and great friends,
John B. Bryant of Mannheim,
Germany, and Cora Williams of
Port St. Joe. /
Funeral services were held on
Wednesday, September 13, at
2:00 p.m., ET, at Ziori Fair Baptist
Church. Interment. followed at
Forest Hill Cemetery.
Comforter Funeral Home of
Port St; Joe was in'tcharge of all
arrangements. ,

W. Glenn Kent
W. Glenn. Kent, 47, of Santa
Rosa, Beach, died Monday,
September 4. He was a native of
Gastonia, North Carolina. and for-.
merly of Mexico Beach. He was a
self-employed electrician and
attended, the Faith. Assembly
Church.in,Detin., ;, .
Glehnn ill be sadly missed by :
his children, three daughters,
Angel. and son-in-law Brian
Buchanan of Gastonia, North
Carolina, Elana Rees of Panama
City, Mary Barbara Kent of


To My Little Buddie,
One of the finest blessings that I have known is to
think how through the years our friendship has
grown. God bless and keep you
' until we meet again at Heaven's
door.
,, You will forever be in my heart.

S '" Missing and Loving You Always
Your Friend, Belinda Watford

In Loving Memory of
Cris Raffield


Sunday School .
Sunday Moining Wars
Sunday Evening Worsh
'Wednesday Evening Si


;"7A Po,. of Vicfoy"

First Ckhck of hke Ncazahee

2420 Loag Avenue .* Poir+'S J3oe, Floridc 32456
(850) 229-9596
......... .... 10 a.m. CG e into thle Lord lite qloryv
hip ..... ......... 1 a.m. Ld e +H is no10 1 ,o'slir, tfl\e
ip ............ 6 p.m. Lord in t hal be6 itv of holess.
service ............ 7 p.m. Psodm, 29.2


The friendly place to worship!

First Baptist Church
IiA/ \MEXICO BEACH
T Rusty Bryan, Associate Pastor & Minister of Music
S. SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
14tr Worship Sundays at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
S Bible Study- Sundays at 9:00 a.m. (all: ages)
S Wednesday Prayer and Bible' Study at 6:00

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




CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


Singing:
9 a.m. Sunday


Worship:
9:30 a.m. Sunday


Call 229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32487
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


SPanama City; a son. Chris Kent of
Gastonia, North Carolina; his
mother, Mary T. Sheets of Mexico
Beach: father, \\'iltorn and his wife
Eloise Kent of Chattahoochee: a
sister, Karen'.Dent Fontaine and
brother-in-law. James P. Fontaine
of Panama City; his' grandchil-
dren, Christian and Zachary
Buchanan; a niece, Rachel Fon-
taine; and two nephews, 'Tradd.
Patchell and Nicholas .Fontaine.
" Sharing in this loss alsd are many
special relatives and wonderful
friend. : .
Funeral services were held on
Friday, September 8, at the Faith
Assembly Church in Destin, with
Reveiend Toy Arnett officiating.
All services were under the
direction of Yorkshire Crema-tion
and'.Casket Society in Panama
city.

Diane Elizabeth
Rowan-Patzwitz
Diane Elizabeth Rowan-
Patzwitz, 58, of Decatur, Illinois,
died Monday, September 11, at
1 1:10 p.m., in St. Mary's Hospi-
tal;. \ .
In her lifelong commitment
and, desire to help others, Diane
has donated her body to science.
A memorial service to honor her
memory will be held at 7:00 p.m.,
Wednesday,; September 20, in
Bnntlhnger's Funeral Home. As
she requested, memorial gifts are
to made to the Diabetes Associa-
tion of America and the Kidney
Foundation to further in the
research 'and care 'of others.
Ms. Patzwitz was born in Port
St. Joe on September 9. 1942. the
daughter ofi Willis V. and Thelma
,Curry-Rowan. She graduated
beauty school, and went on to
become .a manicurist and hair


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

The Wewahitchka Church of Christ
Meets At 2241 H-y. 71 South, Wewahitchka
(1/4 Mile North of the Overstreet Road)
(850) 639-5401
Sunday Bible Study .. . . ......9:00 a.m. CT
Sunday 'Worship .... .... 10:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m. CT
Wednesday Bible Study .............. 7:00 p.m. CT


.- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
." ( .: ?508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756 .
,sl .. .. 'I1" Sixteenth Street
Sunday Worship .... 10 a.m. ,
Fellowship Time 10:45 a.m. o
Adult School .......... 11 a.m.
*Sunday School -
*Young Children .
eNursery Available
Pastor Rev. J. Reid Cameron Highway 71/ Cecil Costin Sr. Blvd.,


S[ first Baptist Church
S 102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE
SBrent Vickery Buddy Caswell
3'. P. ^ |Pastor Minister of Music & Youth
Sunday School ...... .. ... 9:45 am
W orship Service .................. 11:00am
Disciple Training ................... 6:00 pm
Evening Worship ............... .. 7:00 pm
wednesday P'rayer Meeting ........... 7:00 pm
K, `"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP" J

Teaching the Truth of God's Word


FAIT14 BIBLE CHiURCeU
801 20th Street Port St. Joe 229-6707
Dr. Bill Taylor, Pastor


Sunday School
Sunday Morning Service


Sunday Evening Service ........
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study
Home of FAITH CHRISTIAN SgCOOL


10:00 a.m.
.. 11:00a.m.


6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.


Constitution and Monument
Port St. Joe

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH


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

.,, '(850) 227-1724;


Rev. Jesse Evans
PASTOR


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


Diana Sealey
Youth & Children's Director.)


vBeaptist Chrch

S BUT Th05E WHO OPE IN THE LORD WILL
RENEW TMEIR 5TRENQiTM. THEY WILL 50AR ON
L:' WIN.GSW LIKE EAGLES .,. 15AIAH 40:51
Come Celebrate this Lord's Day With Us!
Upstairs Capital City Bank Building
Bible Study at 9 a.m., Sunday Worship at lo a.m. and 5 p.m.
Pastor Lee Cordell
Church: 227-I180 '* http://www.graceeagles.org


'!


Robert E. Downs, Jr.
Choir Director


dresser for Roberta's in Decatur.
, She married, and in 1970, Wel-
comed her greatest accomplish-
ment, her daughter "Shoo-Shoo."
.She was a full time morn until
going into retail sales at Catler-
ine's from 1980-1988. She was a
member of First Lutheran Church
and later attended First-Presby-
terian Church.
When Diane became ill, she
spent her time with her mother,
her daughter, and their Pekinese
puppy. She enjoyed crocheting,
embroidery, ceramics, painting,
and drawing. She always had a
smile for everyone, and her
strength and courage was an
inspiration to those who knew
her.
Surviving are her daughter,
Michele Paulette Patzwitz-McEl-
wee of Decatur, her mother Thel-
ma M. Rowan of Decatur, her twin
brother, Willis "Sonny" Rowan Jr.
of Maroa, her- grand dog, Kady,
aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews,
and many friends.
She was preceded in death by
her father Lt. Willis V. Rowan Sr.

Church Yard Sale
The teens of the Church of
God, located at 450 Pompano
Street in Highland View, will have
a yard sale in the church fellow-
ship hall this Saturday, beginning
at 8:00 a m.
Anyone having items they
wish to donate may contact Mary
Lou Cumbie at 227-1188.


Note of Thanks
We would like to thank every-
one for their prayers, lowers,. and
food that was brought during the
illness and death of our brother,
Carl Conrad. May God richlh bless
all of you for your thoughtfulness.
Kathryn King and Family
Royce Conrad and Family


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SSHARK TALK


2000-2001
Abraham Lincoln once said, "And
In the end it's not the years in your life
that count. It's the life in your years."
Seniors, make your life count for some-
thing. Whether you live to be 100 or
30, it's what you do and the people you
touch that matters most. Whatever
kind of life you make for yourself, it's
the living in between that counts.
Don't be so concerned with how long
your life is, but'-what you make of it.
The decision is up to you.
So begins the senior news.. .The
executive board has voted on our class
song, our motto, and flower. "It's never
too late to do the dance of life; before
the dance stops," has been chosen for
'our. motto. The tiger lily will be our
class flower. "I Will Remember You," by
Sarah McLachlan, will bring tears to
our eyes as our song. Mr. Lanford will
be here Monday, September 18. to take
graduation announcement orders.
Senior t-shirts will be on sale today
and tomorrow during lunch only. Sizes
S-XL are $12 and XXL or 3XL will be
'-$14. Even if you don't plan on buying
one, please stop by and give your sig-
nature so it can be printed on the
-"shirts. Senior portrait proofs will be in
soon; however, an exact date is not yet
-known.
Parents you have only five days
after your student's absence to turn in
an excuse note. Junior and senior par-
S'ents are invited to attend college day
'on the morning of September 22. Many
college representatives will be there to
speak with and collect information
from. You also get Gulf County schol-
arship points for your participation.
Gulf Coast Community college will be
hosting a free "College Night"
Thursday, Stptember 21, from 7:00
until 9:00 p.m., ET. The event will be
held in the Student Union East
Building (second floor) at Gulf Coast
Community College Panama City cam-
pus. For more information contact
Lorna Wolfkill at 747-3200.
Every Monday and Tuesday,
between the hours of 7:30 a.m. until
3:00 p.m., the. Opportunity Center will
be taking applications for the after
school work experience program and
the summer program.
Guys, you MUST register with
.selective service within 30 days of your
i) 18th birthday. Check with the 'guid-
ance office.
Juniors are adyised to pay their
$10 dues by October 31st. If you do
not pay your dues, you WILL NOT go to
prom. Also, your $2 homecoming dues
are to be turned in by September 19.
The Student Government
Association has many activities stir-


ring. Saturday their district meeting
will be held at Bay High School.
Members are reminded to turn in their-
parent permission forms and $10 dues
ASAP. Congratulations to Mrs. Riley,
winner of the "Spirit Couch." For those
of you who aren't sure what exactly the
"Spirit Couch" is, let me explain.
Tickets will be sold at all home games
for $1 each and,will be draw during
the 4th quarter. The winner will receive
"special- treatment" at the hext game.
They, 'along with two other people of
their choice, will'gei towatch the foot-
ball game frqm;a special spirit'covered
couch in a special 'location'. That's not.
all, you will also 'receive free food,
that's right. FREE food. At next week's
game,- SGA members will be selling
tickets so be sure to buy .yours. .
FBLA members please pay. your
$10 dues.
All students, are encouraged 'to
buy the Purple Wave, PSJHS's own'
newspaper. You won't Want to miss out,
on this new and Impressive' issue.
Copies go on sale today for a low price
of 25 cents. Be sure and. reserve yours
today.
Today the girl's golf team will play
. Mosley and Arnold at Nature Walk Golf
Course at 4:00. Next Monday,
September 18, they will host a math
against Chiles. This. year's team mem-
bers are senior Jennifer Craig, juniors'
Sarah Anderson., Rachel Geohagan,
Gutherie Henderson, sophomores
Jessica. Sherrill, Anlia Tankersley.
Shanna.Wester, Jennifer Raffleld, and
freshman' Heather Lynch. Good luck
ladies .
The girls' cross country team's
season started off with a great begin-,
ning. In lasi Saturday's meet theLady
Sharks placed sixth. Coming first for
the team was Shawna Bond, second,
Bonnie Belifi, third Maclain Howse,
fourth, Anna Kate Reynolds, and fifth,'
Becky Belin. This Saturday they will.
travel to Marianna. ..
The Lady Shark volleyball team
will play today in Apalach. JV begin-,
ning at 5:00 and Varsity at 6:00.
Monday they will take on Greensboro
in the "Dome", and Tuesday travel to
Liberty county. All game times are 5:00
and 6:00. Come out and support your'
Lady Sharks.
Shark football is sull going strong.
With last Friday's 27-0 victory under
their belts, the Sharks are ready to
take on district rival Liberty County.
The game will be at 7-30 n nLiberty
County's turf. Come cheer orl your
team. '
Until we meet again... .


^^LPHIN NW
PROM
M PORT ST. JOE
^ MENTARY SCHOOL


School-Wide Head Check
On Thursday,-September 7th,
approximately 534 students were
screened for head lice. Out of the
,total, less than 1% of the students
were found to have nits only-no
live lice were found. School Health
provided treatment to all those
who were found 'to be positive. For
further information or treatment,
contact the school health room at
227-9710.
School Advisory Council
If you would like to serve on
our School Advisory Council.
please call the school at 227-
1221. Our School Advisory
Council is responsible for setting
our school goals.
PTO Membership Drive'
Parents are reminded to join
our PTO. Information concerning
membership was sent home with
your child.
Progress Reports
Progress reports for this grad-
ing period were sent home on
Tuesday, September 12. If you
would like to schedule a
parent/teacher conference, please
call 227-1221.
Odyssey of the Mind
Odyssey of the Mind tryouts
will be held on Tuesday,.
September 19, at 2:30 in the
library for grades three through
five. Please pick up permission
slips in the office. Students must
have a signed permission slip on
them to be allowed to take the
test.
School Pictures
School pictures will be taken
on Thursday, September 21.
jFall Break
School will not be held
October 13 through 17.
PE Wellness Tip Of The Week
"Common Fitness Mistakes"
e Doing too much too soon
when starting an exercise. pro-
gram. Don't try to get in shape in
one day.
SStretching cold muscles
before exercising. Warm your
muscles prior to stretching by jog-


going. .
*Using improper form whil6
exercising. Using improper form,
exercise can be ineffective. even
harmful.
*Wearing improper footwear.
The right kind of athletic footwear
is your 'best investment against
knee, ankle, and foot injuries.
.Holding your breath while
exercising. Not breathing correct-
ly can increase blood pressure
and may even decrease blood flow
to the brain, which can cause
dizziness or fainting.


GED Test To Be

Given Sept. 21-221
The GED test will- be given
through the Gulf County Adult
School on September 21 and 22.
Testing will begin promptly at
8:30 'a.m., ET, Thursday and
Friday. Tests will be given at the
Office of Instructiohal Services,.
located at 150 Middle School
Road in Port St. Joe. .
Registration will be until
12:00 noon,- on ..Wednesday,
September 20, at the Gulf County
. Adult School. Ask for Merri
Christie or Donna Burch.
Registration fee is' $40, cash or
money orders only.
The Gulf County Adult School
offers GED preparation along with
regular adult education programs.
You will need to remediate prior to
taking the test.
For more information you
may call 227-1744.



SA Hey


Slow

Down!

SCHOOLS ARE OPEN AGAIN!


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2000 PAGE B8


S2000-2001 School Year






6 dtemeufa Scciozt ?actiotde- -

From the Principal of


T Wewahitchka %

High Schtoly

--by Dr. Bill Triby *


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Varsity Cheerleaders Get New Uniforms
The varsity cheerleaders at Port St. Joe High School would
like to thank these very fine sponsors for their generous dona-
tions and support ,that fully purchased their new uniforms:
Tonya Nixon and Wewa State Bank, St. Joe Rent-All, Paul Gant's
Barbeque, L & G Construction, Driesbach Cleaners, Commis-
sioner Warren Yeager, Commissioner Nathan Peters, Jr., Tina
Money, Mrs. Edwin G. Williams, an anonymous donor, and Lynn
Burge (cheerleader bags).
The varsity cheerleaders are: Jessie Pate (Captain), Jenliy
Patterson (Co-Captain), Kristin Abrams, Ashley Bryan, Natalie
Burge, Jennifer Craig, Leslie Earley, Rachel Geoghagan,
Stephanie Metcalf, Carla Money, and Travis Wright. The cheer-
leaders are coached by Simona Beard.


.PORTST. JOE




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end. We have five weeks behind
us now and only about 37 weeks
to got
Let's get started with sports
ews. We would like to congratu-
late the Sharks Varsity football
-team on' their victory this past,
Friday night. They blew away the
Florida High Seminoles 27-0! Way,
.j,. tdOwhqop 'em SharksL. Also, on
J, September; 5th the Middle School
football teams both came:away
with a-loss, but both games were
very exciting and well played.
The seventh graders played
first arid lost 18-6. The eighth '
graders finished with a 12-8
score, losing by only four points.
Both teams battled until the end
against Chipley. They will each
play again September 14th
against Freeport here at Shark
Stadium. Go get 'em Sharks! .
Girls volleyball also kicks ofi'
the 2000-2001. season on
Thursday, September 14, at 3:30
with the purple and gold inter-
squad match. Come out and'sup-,
port Middle School volleyball.
We had our Middle School
Open House this past Monday.
Progress reports were given out
and a new SAC was elected.
Thanks to all those parents and
students who attended. We would
also like to say a special thank
you to all of our parents who vol-
unteer their time to make our
school the best!
SGA candidates for office will
be giving their campaign speeches
on Monday, September 18, during
first period in the "Dome". Parents
are welcome to attend. Elections
will take place immediately follow-
ing the speeches. We are very
proud of all our candidates.
Congratulations to our stu-
dents of the week: Matt Peevy and
Whitney McAlister for eighth
grade, Avery Hall for seventh
grade, and Leland Ray and Sarah
Allen for sixth grade.
Students, please remember to
come by the office and check the
lost and found if you're missing
anything.
That's all for this week. Have
a great weekend and remember
this, "We have nothing to fear but.
fear. itself."

every subject area, so that .stu-
dents will realize that all of life is
to be lived with the understanding
of our dependence on God and
His word.
"Thy word is a lamp unto my
feet, and a light into my path."
Psalms 119:105.

Project Grad's
"Cape Getaway"

Port St. Joe High School's
Project Graduation 2001 will be
sponsoring a weekend getaway at
Cape San Blas on November 10th
and llth. The getaway will
include two nights at Scallop Cove
Villas and a' charter fishing trip
with Greg Fletcher's Indian Pass
D Raw Bar.
Donations are $2.00 per


By: Aaron Little
Here we are again, another
week at Port St. Joe Middle
School. I hope that you all have-
had a good week and I.know you
are looking forward to the week-


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News Column


Faith Christian School

The Christmas Card sales
fund-raiser is off and running.
The top six sales persons for the
first day were Rebekah Bearden,
first, Zach Taylor, Nate Taylor,
Sand Josh Zuber, tied for second,
and Chellsey O'Neill and Ryan
Taylor tied for third. There is a lot
of excitement with this sales cam-
'paign; .rivalry between classes.
teachers wearing "victory or'
turkey" hats, students ,winning
prizes, and classes making goals.
Our winner's hat for the first day
best sales class worn by. Miss'
Mazie Stone, homei-oom teacher
of grades 5 through 6.
Faith Christian students will!
be selling cards, wrap, and small
gifts these next two weeks, andwe
hope that you will support the
school with your order. This is our
most important fund-raiser of the
year, and we welcome your partic-
ipation.
Our teachers will be attend-
ing a spiritual life retreat with the,
Winning Women of Florida,"
October 13 through 15, at St.
Simon's Island, Georgia. We are.
making plans now and need t6
send in all reservations by
October 1. The teachers usually
all stay, in. a,cabin together, but
motel rooms are also available.
Carol Kent will. be. the featured
speaker this year, and we promise
you a wonderful weekend; If you
want to know more, or you are
interested in joining the ladies,
please call Mrs. Jackie Quarles.
We. at Faith Christian, believe
that parents have the primary
responsibility for their children's
.education, and we want to be a
partner in ,that process. We
believe that there are critical ele-
ments in achieving the best and
most beneficial education for our
students.
First, and foremost. we
unashamedly teachi that God's
word- is truth. We want them, to
know that God created the world,
and that he created each of them
in His image and for His glory.
Each child is created with special
talents and abilities, and we want
each to reach his or her full
potential in victorious christian
living, as well as,, academic stud-
ies.
We believe' that the Bible can
and should be integrated into


Open House and Other Events
This past Tuesday marked
[t\o important milestones on, the
school calendar. First, progress
reports were sent home to par-.'
ents. Secondly,. the annual fall.
Open House took place in the
evening. -
SInboth instances we are glad
to have the opportunity to com-
municate with the home fi-ront
regarding student progress.
Judging from the level of interest
by our parents, the home front
wants to know what is going on at
school. This is how student
growth and achievements take a
swing upward!
If for some reason you didn't
receive .progress reports, please .
let the office know. We'll be glad to
send home another set bf copies.
By the Way. with those :'reports
was a newsletter that maybe of'
interest and help to you.. Please
allow us to send one home if fdu
didn't get it. .. .
~ ~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ *'.'' '*^*


One of the most important
concepts for any child to under-'
stiand arid accept is 'also one'"of
the most difficult. It is the idea
that everyone is equal to everyone
else yet, each of us is different.
Understanding this concept is
crucial to insuring a safe and free
*nation for future generations..
At WES, we teach abfouti
equality, fairness and justice
through the Peace, Builders.
Character Development Curricu-
lum and other means. We also
make sure that the differences
among our students-the quali-
ties that make each one so spe-
cial-are also recognized, respect-
ed, and cherished.
That's our job as edticatorsi
but we cannot succeed alone. W6
need the help and attention of all
parents as well.

Here are some tips on how td
respond if your child is confused
by the idea that a person can be
both different and equal:

Encourage your child's
natural curiosity about other
people. People come in 'all
shapes, sizes, and -colors. They
speak many languages, eat differ-
ent foods, and worship differently.
Each has talents and areas heed-
ing improvement. Help your child
realize that personal differences
are important as being the quali-
ties that make each of.us special.
*Examine your own atti-
tudes. Ask yourself what kind of
message your own behavior sends
to your child. If we are uncomfort-
able around people who do not
share our racial or ethnic back-
ground or who have a disability,
our children will sense our dis-
comfort and respond in the same
way.
*Beware of labels. Instead,
focus on the achievements of indi-
viduals. Such labels as Catholic,
blind, or Chinese are handy 'and
we often use them without giving
it much thought. The problem
arises when the label hides the
person's "specialness."
*Encourage your child to
play and to work cooperatively
with other children, whether they
are different or not. Cooperative
activities require respect regard-
less of background or race.
Children aren't born with
prejudice. It is taught. Let's
remove it from our curriculum.


chance and will be accepted at all
of the home football games and at
various local businesses. The
giveaway will be held at halftime
on Friday, November 3rd. So grab
a ticket for this great weekend of
rest and relaxation.


Thank you. parents. for the
opportunity to serve you and your,
families! .. ,
SLast Friday was terrific vtar-
ity football game. WHSdefeated
Carrabelle 40-12. Once again the
grandstand was full. The band.
sounded great. The concession
stand was busy. The cheerleaders
were full of enthusiasm. It was a
wonderful evening!
Next week. we take on Arnold
1igh from Panama City Beach.
They are undefeated and looking.'
for some competition. We hope to
deliver. This will be our last home.
game before Homecoming..Game
time Is 7:00 at Gator Field.
I neglected to tharik Coaches
brant Grantham afid Thorntori
Davis for their help with the
preparation of our football held;
Indeed, your cottribuitions on and
bff the field dre appreciated.
S The juhilor varsity tearil trayv-
eled -ti Blounistown :" last
Thursday anid came home victori-
ous with a 30-20 score. Coaches
Sandy Quinn and Wayne Flowers
singled out Warren, Bowers for
exceptional play on both sides of
the ball. We are scheduled to play
again on September 14th at home-
against Apalachicola.
This past Thursday the Lady
bators took on dreensboro. Both'
the junior varsity and varsity
teams won going away. They will .
play' Chattahoochee this week.
Cross country teams open up i
this Saturday at Lincoln High in
.Tallahassee. It will be great to 'se
both the girls and boys runnlhg !
again.
;The golf team- had its hrsi '
match of the season last night
The team traveled to Iidianr
'Springs in Marianna.
"Student of the Week" hohorg
'went to biam'ond Heirigton. a
seventh grader. "Student of the
Month" for the high school for
August was senior Heidi Wiley.
Way to go, Gators!
Practically eve*ty roup ori
-lass In the school is busy with
plains to make some money for
their special interest. Thank youth
in advance for your support of the
inany requests that will be coming
your way.
; Magazines, banrd, Christmas
ri-esents, t-shirts. 'tbd. giveaway
tickets, are just some bf those
Items that will be sold- to keep bur
schooll activities ongoing. It youd
tire looking to support WHS.. just
come to our home games. Every
tdoup,is represented just inside
the gatel
Major plans have been made
fot k-omecothing. 1 ttist that you
i-e planning to join us.bh October
6Bth for the game arid all of the
other .events that will be sur-
iounding that date. Our under-
htahiding right now is that there
will be an alumni dinner at the
school on Thursday, October 5.
There will be a- hospitality
'oom set up for alumni at the
school on Friddy from 11:06 until
12:30. Please check Ub Out at our
Web site www.gitki2.fl.us for
more and updated details. Of
course, that applies td all our
other school activitiesis s well.
Another Open Hodie-this
tithe for fine arts, drama, and aca-
demic 'activities-is also iri the
works. We'll. keep ybti posted.
Our School Advisory Couhcilt
is' scheduled td meet on Monday,
September 18, at 6:30 p.m. (This
is a corrected date from last
veek!) borne and join us. It's how
bur school gets better.
.We are sponsoring a major
tbulttiral arts event hete on
..Monday, ,.September 25th,
Momentuthl Dahce Compaiy will
be here in the morning to put oil
a thin conceitt for the students
and thehn at .1:00 at night the
dancers will put oih'.i two hour
perfdrmrance for the community.
This talent is made available
to us by grants secured through
the Cultural Affairs, Office of the
State of Fiorida:. however, the
grant does hot cover the entire
cost. That Is why tickets will be on
sale for the evening show at $4 for
adults .nd S3 fot students-Gold
Card' holders will be admitted
free! .
CongrafulationS to Jeremy
Suber who was selected to serve
as teen panelist for the 'Teens
Take on Politics," He will be at
Bay High with Scores of young
people this Thutrsday..', "
The ASVA 1 will be adminis-
tered on Septeaiber 21.


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practce and with the Department
of Correctiofis before coming to
the Gulf County- Health
Department as 'medical director.
She is a resident of Blountstown.
where she lives with her husband,-
Phillip.
Everyone at the Gulf County
Health Department is proud to
have Dr. Sutton as part of the
staff.


Carol Sutton, MD,
Sutton Recognized
by GC Health Dept.
The Gulf County Health
Department) would like to recog-
nize Carol Sutton, M.D. She has
been with the Gulf County Health
Department for four years and is
'the medical director at the health
department.
Dr. Sutton's primary specialty
is family practice which enables
her to see infants, children, and
adults with various health con-
cerns. '"
:Dr. Sutton is American Board
Certified in family practice and is
the driving force behind "Dr.
Sutton's Skinny Clinic" which is a
regime of diet and exercise cre-
ated and monitored by Dr. Sutton.
Her specialty is preventive medi-.
cine and she believes that preven-
tion is the key to a healthy life.
Dr. Sutton serves as the med-'
ical experts.in-.all health depart-
ment progrtims and services.
Dr. Sutton, after receiving her
medical degree, worked in private

Commodity

Distribution
U.S. Department of Agricul-.
ture surplus commodities will be
distnbuted to eligible area resi-
dents on September 19th and
S2 1st The foods will be distnbuted
at the Washington Improvement
Group (WIG) building. located at
198 Peters Street in Port St Joe.
and the Community Building in
W'ewahitchka. .
The distnbution in Port St.
Joe will be on Tuesday,
September 19th.. from: 1:00 until
3:00 p.m.. ET. and the distribu-.
tion in Wewahitchka will be on
Thursday. September 21st, from
12:00 until 2:00 p.m.. CT.
Recipients must have a cur-
rent commodity card to receive
their comniodities. There will be
no registration at the distribution
centers. -
Anyone who has questions
concerning, their eligibility, or
would like to sign up should call
229-9114, 639-5068, or go by the
commodity office in the Gulf
County Courthouse prior to these
dates. Wewahitchka residents
may go to the Community
Building in Wewahitchka on
Wednesday. September 20th.
from 12:30 until 4:30 p.m., CT. to
certify for commodities.
Any household whose gross
income is not in excess of the
state-established maximum per-
centage of the poverty line for the
appropriate household size or who
can prove its eligibility for Food
Stamps, Aid to Families with
Dependent Children (AFDC).
Supplemental Security Income
(SSI), or Medicaid is eligibility in
the above programs. As an alter-
native to providing such docu-
ments, a household may simply
complete an application giving
total household income.
Rules for acceptance and par-
ticipation in the program are the
same for everyone without regard .
to race, color, national origin, age,
sex, or disability.


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Joel Robinson, the developer,
commented: "We have sold over
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surprise, as many people buy the
Gas Saver because it extends,
engine life (by cleaning out the
abrasive carbon deposits) as.
buy it to increase gas mileage
or raise octane."
For further information call:
1-800-LESS-GAS
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G.C. Health Dept.
ReCOgnizes Jones
The Gulf County Health
Department would like to, recog-
nize Jill Jones, Healthy Start Care
Coordinator for Gulf County.
Jill has been with the health
department for two years and has
worked diligently to enhance the
Healthy Start Program, working
with parents to help reduce the
infant mortality, low birth weight
of babies, and Improve health and
developmental Outcomes. She Is
very dedicated to her work and
strives constantly to improve it..
She is certified as a lactation
counselor and holds a certificate
In gerontology and independent
living. Jill received her Bachelor of
Science and Master of Social Work
degrees from Florida State
University.
Jill has also worked as an'
activity assistant and marketing


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Approaches to Curbside Mailboxes


The United States Postal
Service depends on you to meet
postal requirements regarding
.delivery and .collection of mail to
curbside boxes. ,
Please keep the full approach
and exit to your mailbox clear.
Removing trash cans, yard debris,
vehicles, and any other objects


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Intern ror a retirement commu-
nity. and as an intern in psy-.
chosocial assessments through
-' the Regional Multidisciplinary
Center. She has also worked with
senior citizens in developmental
disabilities.
Although Jill is a "transplant"
from Augusta. Georgia. she would
like the people of Gulf County to
know that, "My husband, Keith L.
"Duke" Jones, first introduced me
to Gulf County in 1988 when we
began dating. My husband, his
mother, family, and friends all
played a part in introducing me to
the 'finer things' of Gulf County. ..
salt water fishing, crabbing,
crawfish, and home cooking, to
name just a few."
Everyone at the Gulf County
Health Department is proud to
have Jill as a member of the staff.


Say you Saw It In qrie Star!


from the area allows the carrier to
deliver your mail safely and effi-
ciently without exiting the vehicle.
Your cooperation in this mat-
ter is sincerely appreciated. If you
have any questions, please con-
tact the United States Postal'
Service in your area.


NOTICE OF


BUDGET HEARING


The City of Port St. Joe has

tentatively adopted a budget

for 2000/2001. A public

hearing to make a FINAL

DECISION on the budget

AND TAXES will be held on

Tuesday, September 19,

2000, at 5:15 P.M., in the

Commission Chamber at City

Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida.
1tc, September 14, 2000


BUDGET SUMMARY

CITY OP PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA-FISCAL YEAR 2000-2001


FuneD


CASH BALANCES FORWARD '

ESTIMATED REVENUES.
TAXES- Millage Per $1000-"


Ad Valorem ,Taes 6.17
Franchise Taxes
Utility Taxes
Occupational Taxes
State Revenue Sharing
Grants
Sales Tax Proceeds
Intragovernmental Revenue
Copy Fees
Garbage Fees
Trash/Hauling/Compost Revenues
Cemetery Revenue
Lot Mowing/Trash Removal
Sale of Recyclables
Animal Shelter
Fines/Forfeitures
Miscellaneous Revenues
Earned Interest
Debt Service
Rents and Royalties
Lease/Admin. Fees
Equipment Rental
Qualifying Fees
Transfers
Water/Sewer Services
Wastewater Treatment Services
Debt Service Repay H6spital
TOTAL REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES


EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES

City Commission .
City Auditor/Clerk ..... '
City Attorney
Municipal Building
Police Department
Fire Department
Operations
Parks and Cemeteries
Recreation
Interfund Transfers
Maintenance Shop
Non-Departmental
Downtown Redevelopment ,
Water Department
Water Plant
Water/Sewer Administration
Oak Grove Water/Sewer Administration
Trash Collection / Disposal
Garbage Collection/Disposal .
Recycling
Wastewater Treatment
Sewer Collection
Marina & Waterfront Park
Debt Service
TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
Reserves
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES & RESERVES
,, .,,: _j .-. ., ,'.. ". .


$52t~,376'


DowNTO .
REDEVELOPMENT


S$0o


WATER/
SEWER
FUND
$0


-.;.I. -' da"~- "'l; --


$1,438,448
$118,500
$244,000
$15,750
$88,900
$2,235,394
$98,750
$33%965
S$100

$20,500
$34,185


$10,430


- $600
$15,000
$10,000.
$82,000


$21 ,000

$300
$325
$392,238,


.$36,000


$6,200
$48,200



$2,000

$0
$660,094


SOLID
WASTE
$0












$604,307
$4,000


$18,900


$500
$24,737




$0


WASTEWATER
FUND
$0


























$3,127,608


MARINA &
WATERFRONT
PARK FUND
$0


$150,250,


TOTAL
BUDGET
$527,376


$1448,878
$118,500
$244,000
$15,750
$88,900
$2,235,394
$98,750
$33,965
$100
$604,307
$4,000
$20,500
$34,185
$18,900
$600'
$15,090
$16,700
$154,937
$0
$21,000
$150,250
$2,300
$325
$392,238
$660,094
$3,127,608
$36,000


$4,885,955 $10,430 $716,494 $652,444 $3,127,608 $150,250 $9,543,181
5,413,331 $10,430 $716,494 $652,444 $3,127,608 $150,20 $10,070,557


$51,312 $51,312
$95,065 -. $95,065
$4,700 $4,700
$39,680 $39,680
$771,703 $771,703
$126,651 $126,651
$1,855,909 $1,855,909
$1,676,433 $1,676,433
$490,787 $490,787
$10,430 .$10,430
$234,311 $234,311
$56,350 $56,350
$10,430 $10,430
$114,711 $114,711
$364,479 $364,479
$112,954 $112,954
$13,350 $13,350
$118,218 $118,218
$330,390 $330,390
$203,836 $203,836
$1,736,200 $1,736,200
$702,523 $702,523
$30,000 $30,000
$103,500 $648,885 $120,250 $872,635
$5,413.331 $10.430 $708,994 $652,444 $3,087,068 $150,250 $10,023,057
$0 $0 $7,500 $0 $40,000 $0 $47,500
$6,413,331. $10,430 $716,494 $652,444 $3,127,608 $150,250 $10,070,557


.HE: TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE
ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


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Vewahitchka High School is, humorpus side of looking Into the unique ,set of. highly personal Arts Council. Touring perfor-
d to present one of Florida's future, and features actual, psy-' images which draw the audience mances are supported by the
t and most prominent con- chic hotline' readings for each into futuristic world of conllict Florida Department of State's
orary dance troupes, dancer. "...: and resolution. : n: Florida Touring Program.
entum Dance Company, in "We recall are having Ifun with -';'Thesee performances have Tickets can be purchased, at
ert at .Wewahitchka .High this dance!" exclaims lies. been made possible with support WHS for $4 for adults and $3 for
ol on Monday, September 25, "Nothing is off-limits and we have from the National Endowment for students. Gold Card holders are
00 p.m. explored all kinds" 6f offbeat the Arts, the' Florida Division of admitted free. Call 639-2228 for
woundedd in 1982 by Artistic approaches. I think that a lot of Culttiural Affairs, and the Florida more information.
tor Delma lies,. Momentum people will be able to relate to this,
over 50 performances annu- dance, whether they have actually S George Isand
throughout Florida, the used a psychic hotline or not' 850-927-2666 800-974-2666
eastern U.S.. and abroad. After all, everyone has thought Prudential
entum will be in residence at about looking into the futurApaolchicol
ihitchka High School under ,one time or another. 850-653-2555 888-419-2555
auspices of the Florida Senior dancer Irmah DelValle, resort Realty
ion of Cultural Affairs' 'whose Afro-Cuban style of mrnov6- St. Joseph Bay, Office Cape San Bias Barrier Dunes
da Touring Program and will ment was a .hit at the Miami' 1520 C.R. C-30, 344 Cape San Bias Rd. 110 Barrier Dunes Dr.,
de educational, programs for International Ballet Festival,, will 'Port StJo', FL 32456 Porf St. Joe, FL 32456 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
students during the day' in performx Sentimientos Profhndos. a 850227-1100 850-227-2000 850-229-9800
ion to the evening public per- -sensual pas de deux, that draws 877808-1630 888-227.2110
nce 'on her Cuban jazz roots.'Set to a :. '.
he company is known for its poignant, yet rhythmically com- W "
utility, performing modern ples traditional song, the duet'willW
e, jazz, experimental dahce, feature the fiern Del\alle with vir-
Caz e tuoso male dancer Sergio Mlarch.
Afro-Cuban dance. Iles 'Idtnhc py le
ises that the diverse program rIn addition the company wperf
.ffer something for everyone. Movimiento Feroz, .a look into the ,.
momentum Dancw e Company animal side of humannature.
ncert will feature broa Momenum also give a nod'
eofdance styles, including: Momentims also gives a-tnod f t a
al Melodies, a high' energy to the historic past *of the art of ), ||J R,,
ighto z romp set to ner dance with Poems of Scriabin. a -.
ire by Regina Carter. This classic example of the lyricallsides ;,_~-
e calls on the dancers for of the mid -20th century vocabiu, 77
technical virtiuosity and lary by modern: dance pioneer "'.
cality, filling up the" stage. Anna Sokolow., Set to a, piano
energy and emotion. etude" a id fantasie by Anton
big hit from last season wais Scriabin, the dance rystallizes .... ; ". .
-ed by lies, in collaboration the fragility of life through its trio' -- ...
the company's dancers' t is : '' of women'who share a deep sor- g ----'---'- .-----.;..- -"
mic work entitled Psychic row, and its-, duet : evoking the
ne, which exploress the fleeting perfection found in the PORT ST. JOE "Cobble Property," 517 4th Street.
First moments of love Main home features 3BRs/2BAs, an eat-in kitchen, fireplace,
One of the most often per-- hardwood floors. Sale includes two 1 -bedroom apartments,
SJ stic armed andtu obesti sothe first currently housing long-term renters. Lots of potential.
uncil M meeting. dance.the company ever 'created..: $74,900. MLS#6237
The Thrill is a sultry, moody jazz "
The Gulf County Juvenile solo with a 50's feel .set to the .
ice Council will be meeting' classicjazz song The Thrill is Gone, SELECT HOMESITES
rsday, September 21, at 4:00 sung 'by Pearl Bailey. A lonely S E
, ET, ,at the',. Gulf .County woman in a;w'hite~etnirig'gowri -' Gulf View. C-30E. The Boardwalk, approx. 78' frontage x 168'. $79,000.
ury, located at' Highway 71, N reminisces over her lost love,
ort'..St.' Joe. Membership iS" evoking love., sorrow, anger, joy, Bay View C-30, Treasure Bay, approx. 100' frontage x 217'. $72,500.
to the public. Anyone is wel- nd nostalgia in an emotional St. Joe Beach 1 Gulf Aire Dr., approx. 86' frontage x 124'. $40,000.
e, and is encouraged to tour de force danced by soloist
id. For further details and Danella Bedford. : Honeyville Hwy. 71, approx. 7.36 acres. $35,500.
nation, please contact Don :, To round out the program,
habaugh at (850) 227-7340. the company ill perform last 15198The Prudential Real Estate Affiliates,.Inc. The Prudential and are registered service marks
Prior to the Juvenile Justice year's critical and audience hit of The Prudential Insurance Company of'America. IEqual Housing Opportunity.
ncil meeting, the Calhoun/ Shadows and Accumulations. This Each Company Independently Owned and Operated
Domestic Violence Council complex and experimental dance ..
s at 4:00, one half hour ear-" juxtaposes a .rigid. structure. pf C
han in the past. Th'e public is movement with -a more lyrical, P E L OA
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AUCTION every Fri. 7 p.m. ET in
ANTIQUE MALL at Old Port Theatre.
Open Tues-Sat.
Consignments Welcome!
WADE CLARK AUCTIONS
314 Reid Avenue, PSJ. 229-9282
AB1239, AU1737, AU1743
10% Buyer's Prem.
Real Estate, Estates & Liquidations
Anchor Realty & Mortgage Co.




1997 Geo Metro LSI- 2 door. hatchback
auto, air, Only 41 k, Retail $6,000,
Asking Loan Value $4250 neg. Call
227-9459 2tp9/7
1993 Chevy Cavalier; 4 door, runs good
needs body work. 227-1296 tfc9/7


For Rent 1 bedroom apartment at 1508
1/2 Long Ave. Deposit required, No
pets. Call 229-6825 4tp8/31
2 bedroom unfurnished Mobile Home in
Highland View, very nice, $375 month.
$200 security deposit. Water is fur-
nished. Call toll free 1-877-874-8001
tfc8/31
I Bedroom, I Bath "NICE" apartment in
Port St. Joe. Nice Area $300. per month
227-1258 tfc9/7
2 bedroom unfurnished apartment.
cable furnished, ocean view 1004 Hwy
98, Mexico Beach. $600.rent $600.
deposit with one year lease. Call before
6:00pm 648-4922 or 648-5139 tfc9/7
For Lease: Warehouse/Garage on
Williams Ave. 2550 sq. ft.. 2 service
bays, 2nd story loft. 227-1429. Wico97


For Rent: 2 & 3 BR apartments in
Beacon Hill. Call 912-246-1250 or 850-
647-3220. tfc9/7


1997 Skeeter 16 foot Bass Boat, 85 hp
Yamaha, New motor guide. 521 B
trolling motor, 3 new batteries, Jack
plate, Hummingbird Fish Finder, CD
Player, New SS prop, custom boat cover,
$9,350. Call 639-9340. ltc9/14
1998 Scandy White 14ft. 30 h.p. motor,
trolling motor, tilt & trim, 2 gas tanks.
$5,500. Call 229-6334 2tp9/7
1996 Pro Skiff 17" w/98 Johnson O.B.
Motor 40 HP, w/tiller, ss prop,tiller han-
dle stirring, '99 galvanized Magic Trail
trailer, w/ 14" wheels. Great Condition
5,000 call 229-8683 4tc8/31
14ft Bass Boat, steering wheel in con-
sole, motor like new. call 648-2456
3tc8/31
18ft. Hoble Cat Sailboat, $1,500. Can
be seen at Seminole St. & Apalachee Dr.
in Indian Pass Beach, 653-9456.
tfc9/7
KAYAKS! Unsinkable, self-bailing, sta-
ble, safe and FUN! 314 Reid Avenue '(at
the Port Theatre). Several to choose
from! Ooen Tues.-Sat. 229-9282 tfe 9/7



,1 BR furruished efficiency type apt. all
utilities included. Call 639-3600:. "-
S tfc9/14
8228 Hwy 98 S.J.B. 2 Story. Gulf view,
2 bedroom, 2 bath. 8695 a month, $350
deposit call 647-9214 1 tc9/1440
40 Foot Long, 2 bedroom trailer. $250
month call 648-5306. tfc9/14
2 Story Bnck House for rent at 1007
Monument Ave. $600. a month,
Security Deposit required for more
information call 639-4831. 2tp9/14
House at St Joe Beach and 2 Trailers at
OverStreet. Call 648-5306 tfc9/7
Mobile Home, lor Rent. Very Nice 2
Bdrm, IBth. 1/2 acre lot on Borders
Rd. $300 a month S150 Dep' Call 648-:
8616 Itc9/14
I. Br. Apt. unfurnished with washer,
dryer, cable tv, trash and water provid-
ed. In Mexico Beach. w8ith unobstruct-
ed view of Gulf. Call 648-4365. tfc9/7
Beautiful Home. good \iew of the Gulf
from Screened Balcony. 3 br/2 ba, fur-
nished. Ready to move in 6 mo min,
$1,200 mo. Call 648-8668. tfc8/31
Vacation Rental 2 br/I 5 ba. Furnished
townhouse near St. Joseph Golf Course
$250 wk. or 600 mo. plus utilities., Dep.
required. Available Sept.-Nov. Call
229-67383 tc8/31
Sun & Sand Mobile Home Park
1112 N. 15TH ST. Mexico Beach
ASK ABOUT 1ST MONTH FREE
MOVE IN RENT
648-8201 t "c/7

Angela Estates
601 15th St. Mexico Beach, Fl.
NOW OPEN
Highly restricted inobile home lots for rent.
Under ground utilities; paved road. street
lights. Pick out your lot now! For more
information call 850-648-4006.
utfc 8/3'


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


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

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




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Gulfaire Executive 3BR/2BA, complete-
ly furn., w/d, screened porch, garage,
pool, tennis court, private beach,
$995/mo. Call 647-8760. tfc9/7
Long Term Rentals
Seeking property owners for long term.
rentals. Call Larry @ Arline Realty, 647-
2628. tfc9/7
UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & refrig.
cen. h&a. screen porch., carport & laun-
dry 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
pets.
FURNISHED
*Small 2 bdrm. home, auto heat & air,
washer/dryer hook-up.,
* One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hookup.
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m. tfc 9/7
Trailer for rent at Gulf Shore Court, St.
Joe Beach. No pets, 1 blk from beach.
Call 647-5106. tfc 9/7
2 & 3 BR, long-term rental units. Call
Crystal Sands Realty 648-4400.. trc 9/7
Apart./Homes for Rent: 1 3 BR apart./
duplexes/homes for rent in Mex. Bch.
Furn.& unfurnished. Call-Parker Realty
at 850-648-5777 for more inf. tfc, 9/7
Liberty Manor Apts., 102 Libe-rt, Manor
Circle. PSJ. Affordable housing for the
elderly & handicapped. CH/A, laundry
facilities, energy efficient const., stove &
refrig., fum.. fully carpeted. IBR apts.
on site Equal Opp. Housing Complex.
Call 229-6353 for more Info. NOW TAK-
ING APPLICATIONS tfc 9/7

House for Rent
Older home, 4 bedroom 2 bath cen-
tral air, 517 4th Street, Port St Joe.
References and Deposit required.
Call 227-3579. tfc9/14





Yard Sale. Saturday Sept. 16. at 1618
Marvin Ave from 8-12. I1 p9/ 14-
Yard Sale, Sept. 16, 8:30-12, 228 7th
St., Port -St Joe Rain cancels. ltp9/14
TOOL SALE/GARAGE SALE
Miscellaneous TOOLS of the late Harold
Butler will be on SALE under my garage
on Bay St and Highway 98 on St Joe
Beach. (Near Beach Lumber Co. on
Highway 98) The first SALE will begin
on Wednesday. September 20 at 8:00
AM E.S.T. The SALE will continue on
the 21st. 22nd and. Saturday,
September 23 at 8:00 AM E.S.T. I will
have more days for the sale in the near
future. Edna Butler, 6426 West
Highway 98. St Joe Beach, 647-8926.
2tp9/14
Say uf Saew It q' 7Te Start

MINI STORAGE
522-A 1st Street
Port St. Joe, FL

229-6200

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

Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities
On-site Management
Vojce/TTY Access
(352) 472-3952


For Rent
MOSS CREEK APTS.,126
Amy Circle, Wewa-
hitchka, FL 32465.
(850) 639-2722
Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities
S n-site Management
SVoice/TTY Access
S(352) 472-3952 0


FORRENT GARAGESATwS HEL famANTly yardsaleDSep.EP


Two family yard sale Sep. 16,323
Atlantic St., St Joe Beach. I tc9/14

LIQUIDATION SALE

Sat & Sun, Sept 16 & 17 Only,
SCROUNGERS DELIGHT.
Bargain Hunter's, collector's,
Antiquers, Junkers and Browser's
welcome bring truck and trailer.
No Reasonable Offer Refused !
Partial Listing, tools, appliances,
fans, lights, windows, doors,
pumps, elec. motors, hot plates,
grills, camps & fish gear, fish nets,
4 wheeler, 16' flat bottom/65hp
Merc & trailer, Ford work van, 350
hp now/rebuilt eng & trans, wench
truck, used bidg mat, cypress lum-
ber & boards, scrap iron, floats,
poles, reels, iron "brush guard"
deer truck bumper, fiberglass truck
sleeper/camper, backpack, grid-
dies, fuel tanks, pine lighter wood,
etc, too much to list. Look for sign-
2 blocks past 1cw bridge on right
White City, Fl, 6810 Hwy 71.
(Don't miss this one!!!) ltc9/14







The City of Mexico Beach is accepjtng
applications for the position of Vehicle
Maintenance Mechanic ASE Certified.
The ;salary is based on experience.
Interested parties may pick up an appli--
cation and job description at 114 N.
14th St., City Hall Mexico Beach or call
Frank Healy, City Administrator at 648-
5700.: Final date for application is close
of service September 26, 2000. 2tc9/14
North Florida Child Development, Inc is
accepting applications for the following
positions. Care-Giver, in Port St. Joe,
Full Time, Permanent, 12 months. The
Care-Giver is responsible for the early
childhood development of children form
0-3 years old. An A.S. degree in Early
Childhood Education preferred or may
hold a current CDA and actively
enrolled in the A.S. Early Childhood.
Education program. Must meet all
requirements as mandated by t(be
Department of Children and Famille .
Requires occasional lifting: of infants'


and toddlers (05-35 lbs.). Closing:
September 15, 2000. Maintenance
Position in Wewahitchka, Full Time,
Permanent, 12 months. This position
requires general maintenance, vehicle,
and site work for the centers in Gulf.
Calhoun, Liberty, Wakulla, and
Madison Counties. Must be able to
travel. Must hold a valid drivers license
and requires heavy lifting., Closing
Date: September 15. 2000,
EOE/DFWP/M-F/8-5. Mail applica-
tions to North Florida Child
Development, Inc.. Attn: Human
Resources, PO Box 38, Wewahitchka,
FL, 32456 or fax to (850), 639-4173,
e-mail sebrina@liheadstartnf.org, Itc9/14
Teacher Aide (Special Need). The Gulf
County School Board is receiving appli-
cations for Teacher Aide. Persons hav-
ing applications on file In the School
board Office and wishing to be consid-
ered for this, position must request to
have their application submitted.
Application form and job description are
available at the school office or see
application at www.gulf.ki2.fl.us.
Completed applications should be sent
to Mr. Clayton Wooten, Principal,
Wewahitchka Elementary School, 514 E
River Road, Wewahitchka, FL 32465.
Application deadline is September 21,
2000, 12:00 NOON, C.T. The Gulf
County School Board is an equal
opportunity employer. Itc9/14
Gulf Coast Community College North
Bay Administrative Assistant- Provide
enrollment services including informing
students of the admissions process and
registration procedures, process fee col-
lections and book sales, perform data
entry requirements, inform students of
financial aid resources and college aca-
demic requirements. Basic hours are
Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
and Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Minimum
qualificationsare a high school diploma
or GED required, baccalaureate degree
with experience in an education setting
preferred. Salary begins at $8:77 an
hour. Deadline to apply is September
22, 2000. Applications may be picked
up at: Human Resources, Admin.
Annex Room 104. GCCC is an Equal
Opportunity, Employer Minorities and
females strongly encouraged to apply.
For a detailed description check out our
job-line at (850) 873-3540 or our web-
site at www.gc.fl.us. ltc9/14
HELP WANTED: Experienced wait-
ress, must be over 18. Apply Inoper-
'sonon only, 3:10 p.m. ET. Gulf Sindi
Restaurant, Hwy 98, Port St Joe
Beach. '.; fc9/14


Help Wanted Survey field crew person-
nel. Salary D.O.E. SM Marley ;&
Associates 406 Reid Ave. Call 227-.
7322. tfc9/7
Early Childhood Services: Is current-
ly seeking a Full time Family
Advocate.To work collaboratively with
our Early Head Start -program in a
social services capacity. Bachelors
degree in human or social services field
required. Candidates must be able to
work positively with children and fami-
lies of diverse backgrounds.
Also seeking several Part time
Infant/Toddler caregiver positions for
our Early Head Start program.
Successful' experience in a child care
setting is required. Low ratios and very
high standards are expected for this
new center.
Part time Cook needed to develop
menus and prepare and serve meals to
our Early Head Start children. High
School diploma and food service expen-
ence required.
For more information, Please call
(850)653-3366 or send resumes/appli-
cations to Early Childhood Services; Inc
450 Jenks Ave, Panama City, FL. 32401
EOE M/F/V/D 2tc9/7
Manager needed for seafood restaurant
and oyster bar. Apply at 407 Woodward
Ave. No Phone Calls 4tc8/24
Outside Sales Representative.
Applicant must be willing to learn and
able to work with the public. Plumbing
experience is preferred, -but i not
required. Apply in person at Wallace
Pump & Supply, 824 N 15th St. Mexico
Beach tfc9/7
Workers heeded for portable crushing
plants. Experience helpful. Travel nec-
essary throughout the southeast.
Dependable transportation a must.
Heavy equipment and maintenance a
plus. Drug free. EEO Call 904-764-
3644 or 904-614-2786 6tc8/10

HELP WANTED
LPN/House Supervisor
Responsibilities include:
*Resident care
*Supervision of staff.
eDay to day operations
Apply at Beacon Hill:
.Geri Care Assisted Living
190 Lightkeepers Drive
Port St. Joes, FL 32456 -
S.: /7


Seeking experienced, licensed, real'
estate associates, loan originators, or
mortgage brokers and life ins. salesmen
with advanced annualization, leads fur-'
nished. Call Larry Arline, Arline Realty.,
Inc. 850-647-2628. fc 9/7
Cooks, Dietary Aides, & Dishwashers
needed. Apply at Bay St. Joseph Care
Center, 220 9th St., Port St. Joe, FL.
F/T & P/T positions avail. Benefits avail'
& salary negotiable tfc 9/7
Seeking Equipment Operators &
Truck Drivers. Applicants must have
valid FL drivers license. Apply at C.W.
Roberts Contracting. Inc.. PO Box 188.
Holford. FL 32334. 850-379-8116. i. /7




Washer/lDryer S100. 10 ft Boat 81.0.
Call 227-8934. I1c9/14
Night Club & quota alcoholic beverage'
license for sale. Apalachicola. Call 813-,
789-6787 or 813-286-3883. 8tp9/14:
1984 Chrysler 904 Transmissions inj
good condition $200. Lg. Microwave
works well 850. Electnc Dryer $50. Call;
227-3333. ltc9/14
SUMMER CLOSE OUTI Arch Steel
Buildings. Save Thousands with.
Factory Direct Pricing! Ideal for
Workshops/Garages. 25x36, 30x44.
. 40x80, 50x110. Call 1-800-341-7007'
or www.steelmasterusa.com I ip9/ 14
6 inch Sears joiner. locksmith tools &'
equipment. Must see, call 648-4179.
2tp9/14'
Like New Golf Balls $6 a dozen. Call;
229-8072 2tc9/14
For Sale, Sofa & Love Seat, Blue &
White Gingham, Very nice $425. .Call..
229-8058. 2tc9/14,
Like New, Companion Generator, lO"hfj
6500 surge watts, 120/240 volts. 525q
watts, S500. Has 2 year Sears
Maintenance Agreement. Call 229-2
6197. 4tp9/14
For Sale, Prepaid Round Trip FiAst
Class American Airlines Ticket to'-any-
where in Cont. USA, Alaska, Canada. or
Hawaii. Must validate by Oct 16"
Serious inq. .orly call 827-2525.2tc9/l1


TRADES andSERVICE S


CUSTOM LAWN

SERVICE
Jeff Wood 227-1559
tfc9/7

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

Residential *Custom Wood
Commercial *Industrial
A 8 R Fence
fencing and Concrete Weeork
Albert Fleischmann FREE Estimates
.EIN#593115646 (850) 647-4047


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"Serving the Entire Area" .*.
Free Estimates & Inspections
Do-It-Yourself Pest Control Products


NOW AVAILABLE
INDUSTRIAL GASES and
WELDING SUPPLIES

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











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

/ MINI-STORAGE \



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


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

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


C. R. SMITH & SON, INC.
Excavating Land Clearing Fill Dirt Port-0-Let
Rentals Crushed Oyster Shells Mushroom
Compost and Sand
complete Septic service!
Installation Pump-Out Repair


COINS BY THE BAYN I buy and sell old
coins and paper money. Billy Stephens,
fair prices. Home 229-1252, bus. 229-
6803. tfc 9/7

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


C 'S Law,,
Service

FULL LAWN SERVICE
/ will work for you.
Clyde Sanford

(850) 648-8492

.. ..rd c 9,7


STUTZMAN ROOFING

Specializing in Reroofs *
Single-Ply & Repairs
"Where Quality Is Higher Than Price"
229-8631 1



Steve Brant's


ROOFING
LICENSED & INSURED :..
LIC. #RC0050321
Port St. Joe Call

229-6326
Phone numbers has changed until'
further notice please call 229-6326.'
Thanks.
ffc9/14


2026 Marvin Avenue
a1 l Port St. Joe, FL 32456
License #RC0067081

j v\ ^ Phone(850)

-25 YSersdperience -I 229-6859
Sc 9/7


JFine

Fine


LXtCflt(9iw to -1etaid
Michael Wood Residential Contractor 227-1589
carpentry & architectural details
repairs remodels decks fenced
Insured License #RR0067190


GARRY L. GADDIS
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION & REPAIR
EXTENDED WARRANTY FREE ESTIMATES REPAIRS ON ALL BRANDS INSTANT FINANCING
SERVICE AGREEMENTS
64 -5474 FL LICENSE ER0010992, RAl 154218)


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RT1Itop desk $225, chest of drawers
$9Q, dinning room table & 4 chairs
$225, portable fire place $75, Pentium
200(, computer $450, metal detector
175',. Lg. sectional/portable dog pin 6 ft
hlgh S375. 2 cellular phones $45 & $85.
Call 653- 1001 ltc9/14
4ec. Sectional Sofa $150, Walnut
China Cabinet $250, Antique Walnut
Gateleg table w/4 chairs $250, twin
sleeper sofa $50. Call 648-4767. 2tc9/7
Wlt's Discount Fishing Tackle Now
available at St Joe Hardware. Rigs, jigs,
lures, sinkers- check out the prices.
:. 2tp9/7
ADVERTISE on line at
thebeachsite.com (850) 647-8097.
SS I. Stfc8/31
' SWYOU SAW ITINTHESTAR


Willard's Appliance Repair
Erhergency Service Available
S'VWillard Richards, Owner
2482 Hayes Avenue, H.V.
i-t Port St. Joe, FL 32456
850-229-8485 tfc 9/7
*;' ;"\


-I 'Enterorises, :202 Reid Avenue
Pirt S.se l e, F.32456
.850-227-9414
Fax 229-6041

RadioShacke
Authorized .Salei Cenler


MARY KAY
i MARGARET PRESSWOOD
Independent Beauty. Consultant
- '58 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach, FL
>. 850-648-4896

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

SAR0


]' PROFESSIONAL
PRESSURE WASHING
Keep Your Investment Looking
Clean & New1I
Mildew. Removal.
Quality Work Reasonable Prices
Commercial Residential
Fro Fully Insured
SFrom Small to Big Jobs, We Have the
"Experence and Equipment to Handle All
Your Pressure Cleaning Needsi
.t Rust Stains Removed
"I Roof Stains Removed
CALL FOR A FREE ESTIMATE!
850 647-2606
Pager. 1-877-831-7769


SEA OATS :For Sale' you plant or we
will. Call 647-2508. 4tc8/31
FREE Dish 500 System Receiver and
free installation. Call 229-9333 for
details. Some restrictions apply. tfc9/7
Used furniture for sale. Johnnie's
Trim Shop, 310 4th St., PSJ tlC 9/7
Free "Non-Denominational" Eight
Lesson Bible Correspondence Course.
Learn how to become a Christian & no-
thing else Send your.name & address
to: Bible Study, PO Box 929, Wewa-
hitchka, FL 32465 or E-mail 'your
request to Wewachurchisaol.com. .f(c 9/7
For Sale: Very nice 7 piece Dark wood
king size bedroom set. First $30.0 gets
it call 229-6527. Come take a look.
S2tp9/14


Therapeutic Massage
by David Oakley, L.M.T,
at Cooper's Cut & Style
Phone: 229-9691
Lic #: MA0029475; Lic # MM10098

Mary Kay Cosmetics
Betty-Lewis,
Beauty Consultant
909 10th Street
Port St. Joe, FL 32456,
850-229-6005 ps,

S Painting

In terior
Exterior
Free Home Phone
Estimates 850-647-9276
SCatherine L Collier
Independent Sales
l 1 Representative
S~211X Allen Memorial Way
a ^Port St. Joe
AVOn (850) 229-6460

.) Carpentry, Windows,
loi f Room Additions, etc.
-Quality'VW0-rk/ -fffdabl5"i'rlces
"The House Doctors" Lic.,
#0066513. General Contractor.
850-647-3452 f


SChris' Appliance
Repair Service

477 Ponderosa Pines Drive
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Owner: Chris Acree
Pager: 335-0785
Office: 227-1402
tfic9/7


Custom Kitchen and Bath

THE CABINET SHOPPE


58"0 Palnetto Dr., Oerstrcet
1Porr St Joe, FL 32456


Jeltf Powell, O nr
Fai 648.-852 .


S


2 yr' old Mobile Home :16x80, 2 br/2
master ba.,. loaded with every option.
Call 227-2175 4tp8/31
Zone 3 homes, same, price as Zone 2.
"We don't penalize our friends in Gulf &
Franklin Counties.". Call Budget Homes
at 522-0900. tfc9/7





I, Joey Brock am not responsible for any
debts in incurred by Kristy Jo Brock.
ltp9/14
SAY YOU SAW IT
IN THE STAR


B & S PRO PAINTING
Over 25 years experience.
A good job for a good price.
648-2461
lc 9/7

DRIESBACH CLEANERS
180 AVENUE C
Pick-up and Delivery
850-227-1671
trc 97/

Stitches by Joy-Dale
229-7004
Alterations, Sewing, Embellishments,
Free-Motion & Machine Embroidery
tfc 9/7


RESIDENTIAL
&
SM. COMMERCIAL


229-8036


'Painting
SCOTT BURKETT


Adorable Peke-Pug pups, all males. 1st
shots and worming. $50 call 827-2379
S-. ltc9/14
CKC Chihuahuas born 7/25/00. 3 to
choose from, 2 white with black spots, 1
black $275. each Taking deposits. Call
639-5686 tfc9/7
For Sale, Reg. Pomeranian, Male 11
month old, sable, 12 lbs, has had all
shots $350. Call 647-3502. 2tc8/31
Free, Puppies 9 weeks old, Lab mix,
hose broken call 229-6683. ltp9/14
'Now you can see the

online at
www.starfl.com


PRECISION CARPENTRY
REMODELING, RENOVATION REPAIRS
Trim and finish, decks, interior & exterior
painting, sheetrock & ceiling texture. II
types of carpentry work. Insured Over
25 years experience. (850) 227-738899


PAPER HANGING
Drywall & Ceramic Tile
21 Years Experience Insured
COASTAL CONSTRUCTION
DAN COPE 850-648-5481
3p8/31


COX POOL CLEANING
SERVICE


ext.tfc9/7


Call Mary
227-1890


-HARY YIQJ',HEAVY EQUIPMENT COMPANY
SPECIALIZING.IN C. EAN TOP SOIL'
BULLDOZERS BACKHOES LOADERS
TRACTORS'-DUMP TRUCKS
850-648-8924 Mexico Beach, FL 32410


SNDITIO REFIGEATION HEATING

SERVICE & INSTALLATION
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
i SERVICE FOR ALL BRANDS
SERVICE AGREEMENTS
It'sHard ;oStofpA Trape, MOBILE & MODULAR HOMES
10 Year Parts & Labor Arcoaire
GERALD BYRD, Owner/Operator F # A07 062


SecondMate Handyman Service
If your. Mate is Too Busy for that Odd Job,
Call SecondMate


Lawn Maintenance
Odd Jobs.


House Cleaning
Shopping


S.Locally Licensed & Insured


tfc 9,7


Coastal Service
COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL HEATING & COOLING
ICE MACHINES
Dealer for Frigidaire 5 FRIGIDAIRE
Heating and Cooling Systems A Whole Mew Brand0t Cfnmtfr
6 Years Parts and Labor Warranty
RA0066562 ,
229-6907 or 227-5373


cc v9/


'MMA1YWYZ


PROTECT YOURSELF-HIRE A LICENSED CONTRACTOR RR0067101
639-2942 OR 227-5986,CALL ANYTIME
*ViNYL SIDING+* I T O +SOFFIT AND FACIA +
CARPORTSU* + # I PATIO COVERS+
SCREEN ROOMS R + FLORIDA ROOMS+
S*DECKS+ I *PORCHES*


*AWNINGS
* WINDOWS


* SHUTTERS*
* CUTTERS*


E
rt.


SCREEN ROOM 10' X 16' $1495
SINGLE CARPORT 10'X 20' $995
DOUBLE CARPORT 20' 20' $1795
MOBILE HOME ROOFOVER 14' X 65'------- $2495
10' Xl6' INSULATED FLORIDA ROOM $4995


Great location in Portf St Joe 1609
Marvin Ave, Newly remodeled 3 Br 1 Ba.
CH&A, 12x12 FL Room, with vaulted
ceiling. Dining Rm, eat in kitchen with
breakfast bar. Ceiling fans thru out.
New roof, carpet and stucco siding.
Rear covered decks and patio. Front
and rear carports 10x20 boat shed, util-
ity shed. Approx. -1400 Sqft 78x150 lot
79,000 call 229-8683
4tc8/31
New Home for Sale: 3BR/2BA, energy
efficient home at 282 Ave. D. 1,232 sq.
ft. of heated & cooled area, $81,500.
Call Greg Johnson or Hiram Nix at 227-
1416 tfc 9/7
2123 Grouper Ave, Highland View 3 Br.
Mobile Home on shady corner lot.
$29,000 Call 647-9358 tfc8/31
Say 1 Saw It 7 T7hW Se /


HONEY Do LIST MAINTENANCE
No Job Too "Big or Small"
Over 20 Years Experience
Painting, general maintenance,
wood working, trim/finish work.
229-6515 or 227-1892 ,,,


MARVIN'S
Satellite Service
6331 Georgi Alvenue Ciall (850) 647-3171
Port St.Joe. '32456 Cell (850) 899-1061


CAROL DIXON
Independent Beauty Consultant
105 Yaupon St.. Port St. Joe, FL
850-227-1568
MARY KAY


SA Christine Baker
Independent Sales
Mexico Beach, FL
L JL. (850so)
AVOnI 648- 412


exterior$
Garden Care"
Specialists

229-5282

Flower & Landscape
Maintenance
Kay Kelley, Owner
tic 9/7


Guu If Coast Screen Printing
T-Shirts/Caps/Posters/Decals/Auto Tags
32 Years Experience


107 N 30th Street Unit-C
P.O. Box 13530
Mexico Beach, FL 32410


850-648-5167
Bob LaPlante/Owner
tfc9/7


NORTHWEST FLORIDA VINYL, INc.
HERSHEL HARRISON
806 Garrison Avenue (850) 227-3641
Port St. Joe, FL 32456 Mobile (850) 227-6105
Vinyl & Aluminum Siding Screened Porches
22 Years Experience Insured
Warrantied Locally Owned & Operated



Mize Plumbing, Glass & Supply, Inc.
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS REMODELING
PLUMBING SUPPLIES GLASS, MIRRORS & SHOWER DOORS
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL Lic. #CF-C057220, RGO051008, EROO11618
520 E. First St., Port St. Joe, FL
850-229-6821 or 227-3885

ALAN STRICKLAND (850) 647-8081
Lic. #ER0013168 24 Hr. Service
Do It Right the 1st Time Call
STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
Power 'Poles Trailer Hookups Service Change Outs
& New & Remodeling Construction tfc9/7

STEAM CLEANING STEAM CLEANING

o CARPET CLEANING M
z >



E dor Control Pet Stains 24 Hr Water Damag Z
,, Carpet Repairs Restretching Free Estimates Z
u (850) 227-5098 or 229-9663


House for sale by owner 2 bedroom, 2
bath, 700 ft from Gulf, $79,900. Call
648-2280. 4tp9/14
3 Bdrm, 3 Bath 2 story house, 2500 sq.
ft., fireplace, pool, privacy fence, sat.
dish, security system on 2 acres in
Wewahitchka off County Road 381. Call
(850) 639-2124 4tc9/7
3 Br, 2 BA. 2 yrs old, double carport in,
front. By Appointment only call 229-
2624 tfc9/14
REAL ESTATE, Sell your home on line
at thebeachsite.com, (850)647-8097.
tfc8/31
GET CASH FOR YOUR PROPERTY
FAST. Call Kevin Welch; Pelican Walk
Real Estate, 850-648-4995. 52tp2/17
Sy o Saw. *1 7 Sta./


ONEAL SANDERS
APPLIANCE SERVICE
SALES & REPAIR
Repair all major brands
Work # 647-5113
Mobile #227-5112 ,fc 9/7


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

RANDY'S HOME
MAINTENANCE
Home Maintenance no job too small.
All Phases of home maintenance
Phone: 639-9635



Gulf Diesel Service
Diesel Engine Repair
229-8651 or 227-8024
Phone Mobile
tfc 9/7

Need Help with Taxes,
Accounting Systems or
Quickbooks?
Call Wanda Wheeler at Beach Business
Systems, Inc. 850-229-5269
e-mail: wandawheeler@digitalexp.com


,r PHIL'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS
.:' REPAIR AND REMODELING
.-.. (850) 229-6460
Phil Collier Residential Contractor
f/7- Licensed and Insured *-' Lie. #RR-0067199

Hanging Baskets Evergreens
Annuals Assorted Trees
Salt-Tolerant Ornamentals
Grounds Covers & Mudch More!

SST. JOE NURSERY & SUPPLY
706 First Street Port St...Joe, FL 227-211 2

SBusiness and Personal Payroll Preparation
,Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service

FRANK J. SEIFERT
e Accounting and Income Tax Service
fTeleph6ne 509 Fourth Street
!Office (850) 229-9292 P. 6. Box 602
IHome (850) 648-5919 Port St. Joe, FL 32457
tfc 9/7


.: Carpet Country
tHighway 98 Highland View Port St. Joe 850-227-7241' Fax 229-9405

Do-It-Yourself Professional Carpet Cleaning with
RINSE-N-VAC
Great for Cleaning All Carpet, Upholstery, and Auto and
Recreational Vehicle Interiors.
TRY IT TODAY!


Phone 648-4088


Ron Westmark
850-229-8334


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RATES:
Line ads: $3.50 for first 20 words
$2.00 for each additional week, plus 5C
for each additional word per week. Call A "'D' A
227-1278 to place yours.
DEADLINE: _
Tuesday at 1100 a.m. SAP .. .


3BR/2BA home at 1211 Palm Blvd.
Approx. 1600sf. w/huge master ste.
Front and back screened porch, fenced
yard on corner lot. Please call your local
realtor for more details :.tfc9/7

3BR/2BA house on 2 lots in
Wewahitchka. Fenced in backyard
,CH&A $60,000. 639-2339 tfc9/7

1996 16x80 Fleetwood on 1.5 acres. 1
block from Dead lakes State Park &
landing. 370 Gary Rowell Rd. 639-2145
evenings 2tp9/14

Lot on end of cul-de-sac in Sea Shores
on Nautilus Dr. S26.500. Call 227-
9745. 8tc 7/27

Barrier Dunes, For sale by owner new
2BR/2BA fully furnished, never used,
owner financing.$ 136,000, 227-7529
David tfc9/7

204 21st St.. Color this New Home to
your desire. Home started but not
completed. 3 Br. 2.5 Bath and 2 car
garage with School close. By Owner,
wants a contract, Crystal Sands Realty
Inc. 648-4400 3tc8/31

Land & Home Packages
Beautiful in Mexaco Beach: palm trees,
paved roads & underground utilities.
Landscaped packages staring at $500
per month! Call Budget Homes at 522-
0900. tfc9/7

For, Sale by Owner: 1/2 acre lots,
Pleasant Rest Road, Overstreet, w/well
& septic tank, $17,500. Owner Finance
w/10% dowr. 850-229-6961. bcjr.tfc 9/7

New Home for Sale: 3BR/2BA, energy
efficient home at 282 Ave. D. 1,232 sq.
ft. of heated & cooled area, $81,500.
Call Greg Johnson or HLram Nix at 227-
1416. tfc 9/7



REEVES
Furniture 6 Refinishing Shoppe
Quality Refinishing since 1982
Call John Reeves at 229-6374
fc 9/7


Lots for sale in PSJ. 4 lots corner of
Palm Blvd.& 19th St. high & dry, no fill
needed. Will sell all or split. Phil 227-
2112 day or 229-8409 night. tfc 9/7

3BR/2BA home at 1211 Palm Blvd.
Approx. 1600sf. w/huge faster ste.
Front and back screened porch, fenced
yard on corner lot. Please call your local
realtor for more details .tfc9/7


Home Cleaning, will do cleaning in your
home. Mon-Fri. Call 229-6664.
2tp9/14

Room Mate needed, Non Drinker, Non
Smoker, preferred single male, 45 and
older. .St. Joe Beach, 3 bdrm, 2 full
baths. $350 Monthly, utilities included.
Serious enquires only. Call 647-2608
3tp8./31


M
WA



OLD SIGN




FRAMES


SUITABLE SIZE






4'X4'




CALL -227-9600



IF INTERESTED




Ask for Jay Rish 1tc9/14


Property Management-Cape San Bias



Join Prudential Resort Realty's team of professionals! the right candidate for this position has at

least two years of property management experience, a college degree, a proficiency in com-
munications skills (verbal, written & electronic) and organizational ability.

Please mail, e-mail, fax or drop off your current resume at Prudential Resort Realty's St. Joseph

Bay office. FAX: 850-227-3101. E-mail: cmott@stjoebay.com

Property Management-Cape San Bias ?
Prudential Resort Realty

1520 County Road C-30 .

Prudential Resort Realty Port St. Joe FL32456
ATTENTION: Candace Mott tfc8/24


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S- | Driveways, Pool Dccks,

I Walkii'ays, Patios,'

Entry Vays



-Hal Keels Phone (850) 229-2738

















ID SieV STALLIN7CS


>-Leg Pain

>-Arm Pain

>. Head Ache


Port St. Joe . . . 227-2130

Wewa . . .. ...639-2348

Panama City ........... 785-2852
12tp1 /24


im Howe i


Repair

Call

850-648-2457 or
850-227.4195 (mobile)

874-3739 (pager)

General Maintenance & Repair .n
for residential & commercial property
References Gladly Given nsured'


FENCES
Chain link, wood
Free estimates
Call Ray Wilkerson
647-9214
tfc9/7




See the Classifieds

online at

www.star.fl.





Need Extra Cash?
Place your Classified
Ad With Us!


NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That pursuant to a Writ
of Execution Issued In the County Court of Gulf
County. Florida. in t e 27th day of JULY. 2000, In
tile cause wherein Citizens Federal Bank, was plain-
tiff and Robert Hyman & Teresa Hoover. was defen-
dant; being case No. 97-02-CC in said Court.
I, Frank McKelthen, As Sheriff of Gulf County,
Florida. have levied upon all the right, title and
interest of the, defendant Robert Hyman & Teresa
Hoover In and to the following described properly.
to-wit:
1990 Chevrolet Prizmn,'Color Tan
Vin # IYISK5462LZ150704
Tag # A70 GWY
and on thIe 19th day of SEPTEMBER, 2000. at the
Front Steps of the Gulf County Courthouse, In the
City of Port St. Joe; Florida, Gulf County, Florida, at
tile hour of 11:00 a.m. or as sooni thereafter as'pos-,
sible. I will offer for sale all of tle said defendant's
Robert Hynian & Teresa I loover right, title and Inter-
est In aforesaid properly at public outcry and will
sell the same, subject to all prior liens, encuni-
brances and ludriiii iif ,, toAthe highest and
best bidder ,l. iiiMi l-r. nr '-.i-,ll. thle proceeds to be
applied as far asmay be to the payment of costs and '
the satisfaction of tlhe above-described execution.
Sheriff
of Gulf County. Florida
By: /s/ Frank McKelthen
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities
. Act. persons with disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate In this proceeding
should contact Sheriff Frank McKelthen not later
than seven days prior to the proceeding at 850-227-
1115.
4tc. August 24 & 31 and September 7 & 14, 2000.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND
FOR GULF ,COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 00-13-CA
.U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
TR U/A 6/01/98 (HOME EQUITY
LOAN TRUST 1998-2).
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY RUTH RHODES. et al..
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SLE
Nouce is hereby given that, pursuant to an
order or a final judgment of foreclosure entered in
the above-captioned. action, I will sell the property
situated in Gulf County. Florida. described as:
Lot 6. Block 122. St. Joseph's Addition of
the City of Port St. Joe. Florida. Unit
Number Nine, according to the plat thereof
recorded in Plat Book 2. page 12. of the
public records of Gulf County. Florida
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for
cash, at the front lobby of the. Gulf County
Courthouse in Port St. Joe, Florida at 11:00 a.m.
EST on the. 22 day of Sept.. 4000. .
WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court on Aug.
24. 2000.
BENNY C. LISTER
CLERK. CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ T. Knox
Deputy Clerk'
SIDNEY E. LEWIS, ESQUIRE
Attorney for Plaintiff
,. 500 Law Ehchange Building
24 Norni Market Street
Jack.onlle, Florida 32202
(904)-355-9003
2tc. September 7 and 14. 2000.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. OO-49-CP
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
JOHN THOMAS JOHNSON
Deceased.


NOTICE TO-CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ESTATE:
The domicillary administration of the estate of
JOHN THOMAS JOHNSON, deceased. Case No. 00-
49-CP, Is pending in the' Circuit Court for Gulf
County. Florida, Probate Division. the address of
which is Gulf County Courthouse. 1000 Cecil' G.
Costln; Sr. Boulevard, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
The name and address of the domiciliary personal
representative and that personal representatives
attorney are set forth.below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this notice Is served with-
in three months after the date of the first publication
of this notice must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS. AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THE NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the estate of
the decedent must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN. THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this Notice
is September 7. 2000.
/s/ KAREN ELIZABETH JOHNSON-
ANCILLARY PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
/s/ THOMAS S. GIBSON
RISH, GIBSON & SCHOLZ, P.A.
206 E. FOURTH STREET
P. 0. BOX 39
PORT ST. JOE. FL 32457
(850) 229-8211
FL BAR NO. 0350583
2tc. September 7 and, 14, 2000.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
EMERALD COAST FEDERAL CREDIT UNION,
f/k/a ST. JOE PAPERMAKERS FEDERAL
CREDIT,UNION,
Plaintiff.


VS.
TERRY L; FH'-..ES -.n.l *lie
CANDI L. FRH+:DE.E
Defendants.


CASE NO. 00-192


NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated 8-29-00, and
entered in Civil Case No, 00-192 of the Circuit Court
of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of
Florida. In and for Gulf.Countv. wherein EMERALD
COAST FEDERAL CREDIT UNION. f/k/a ST. 'JOE
PAPERMAKERS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION is
Plaintiff and TERRY L. RHODES. and wife, CANDI L.
RHODES. are Defendants, I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash at the front door of the Gulf County
Courthouse In Port St. Joe. Florida. at 11:00 A.M:.
ET on the 27 day of Sept.. 2000, the following
described property as set forth in said Final
Judgment:

The following described property in Gulf
County. Florida: Commence at the
Southwest Corner of Section 3. Township 4
South. Range 10 West. Gulf County.
Florida: thence go South 89"55'18". East a
distance of 1293.98 feet; thence go South
00:25'04" WVest a distance of'342.98 feet;
thence go North 89=24'46" East a distance
of 395.83 feet: thence go North 89157'41"
East a distance of 33.00 feet: thence go
North 0035'14" East a distance of 335.23
feet to the centerline of a 66 foot wide road-
way for the Point of Beginning. Thence go
North 58'25'12" West along said centerline
a distance of 17.60 feet: thence go North
00=33'20" East a distance to 566.34 feet to
the centerline of Stone Mill Creek; thence go
along said centerline of Creek South
67-22'49" East a distance of 82.93 feet:
thence go South 8709'29" East a distance
of 23.16 feet. Departing said centerline of
Creek. go South 0033'20" West a distance
of 545.58 feet to the centerline of the afore-
said 66 foot wide roadway; thence go North
87-55'41" West along said centerline a dis-
tance of 84.94 feet to the Point of Beginning.
'Said parcel of land Is situated in Section 3.
Township 4 South. Range 10 West. Gulf


County, Florida, and containing 1.2u acres, .
more or less and being subject to a 33.00
feet wide roadway easement along the
Southerly boundary thereof. Also being
known as Lot 12, Block "A", of the unrecord-
ed Plat of Stone Mill Creek Estates.
DATED this 29 day of Aug.. 2000.
BENNY LISTER
CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
BY /s/ T. Knox
Deputy Clerk
2tc. September 7 and 14, 2000.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 99-132
WASHINGTON MUTUAL. F.A.. )
SUCCESSOR BY CORPORATE MERGER )
TO GREAT WESTERN BANK. A )
FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK. )
Plaintiff )
v. )
ROBERT D. PARKER. et ux.. et al.. )
Defendant(s). )
)
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the
Final Judgment entered In this case now pending in
said Court, the style of which is indicated above.
I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash In The Gulf County Courthouse, 1000 Fifth
Street. Port Joe, Florida 32456, at 11:00 a.m. EST.
on the 28 day of Sept., 2000. the following described
property as set forth in said Order or Final
Judgment, to-wit: : '
SEE EXHIBIT "A" ATTACHED.
ORDERED AT GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, this
30 day of Aug., 2000.

As Clerk. Circuit Court
GULF. Florida
By: /s/ T. Knox

As Deputy Clerk
SPEAR & HOFFMAN
708 South Dixie Highway
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
Telephone: (305) 666-2299
EXHIBIT "A"
The following property In Gulf County.
Florida:
Villa 2J-1 of Parcel 2J of CAPE SANDS LAND-'
ING which consists of the following portion of Lot
Two (2). SAN BLAS SUBDIVISION, according to the
plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 3, pages.20, 21
and 22. Public Records of Gulf County. Florida:
A. Fee simple title to the following described
parcel of land together with the Improve-
ments located thereon. (the following con-
sisting of the ilia -i res.1nir.ci.tr buil.lin and.
the land on wnich 1U i: l,.: i :.ll
Commencng at the C5E corner :.I LoU .2 SN
BLAS ESTATES, as per plat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 3, pages 20 to 22. Public Records of Gulf
County. Florida: thencel S 68 degrees 05'05" W.
along the Southerly line of said Lot 2 for 568.04 feet:
thence N 19 degrees 14'15" W. 67.14 feet: thence S
69 degrees 45'05" W. 0.41 feet for the Point of
Beginning: thence S 18 degrees 24'47"W. 62.00 feet:
thence N 71 degrees 35'13" W, 26.00 feet: thence N
18 degrees 24'47" E: 62.00 feet; thence S 71 degrees
35' 13" E. 26.00 feet to the Point of Beginning.
B. A one-half undivided fee simple Interest as
tenant In common with the adjacent villa-
owner In the parcel legally described as fol-
lows, (being the common area):
Commencing at the SE corner of Lot 2. SAN
BLAS ESTATES, as per plat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 3. pages 20 to 22, Public Records of Gulf
County. Florida; thence S 69 degrees 45'05" W.
along the Southerly line of said Lot. 2 a distance,of
568.04 feet for the Point of Beginning; thence con-
tinue S 69 degrees 45'05" W. along said Southerly
line for 79.96 feet: thence N 20 degrees 14'55" W.
122.00 feet to a Point on the Northerly line of said
Lot 2; thence N 69 degrees 45'05" E. along said
Northerly line 81.16 feet thence S l9 degree 41I' 15"
E. 122.00 feet to the Point ,..f Beginrninr, mTeM
Northerly 15.00 feet of the 3boe described pr,:.pert,
being subject to an ea.'ement i.:r he pur..pe of
Ingress and egress): LESS Conrinier.cing ri Lne .SE
corner of Lot 2, SAN BLAS EST.-iTES ai per pl1
thereof recorded in Plar Book 3 pages 20 :r. 22
Public Records of Gulf County. Flo.ri.a. thence S i'.
degrees 05'05" W, along the'Souihedl, hinn e of s.i.
Lot 2 for 568.04 feet; thence N 19 degreesl4'15" W
67.14 feet; thence S 69 degrees 45'05" W. 0.41 feet
for the Point of Beginning; thence S. 18 degrees
24'47 W. 62.00 feet; thence N 71 decrees. 35' 13" W
26.00 feet: thence N 16 degree. 24 4. E .62 .i'0 fe
thence S I degree- 35 13- E 26, 00 Ifi i.:. inr. P"inl
ofBegirinring AND LESS Corinrinlr, i l uie .E. ,,or.
net of Lot 2. SAN BLAS EST.-TES. .la pefr rlji liere
of recorded in r:, Bo..ik 3, pages 20 to 22. Public
Re,:.,rds of Gull' Courl) Florida; thence S 69
degrees 45'05" W. along the Southerly line of said
Lot 2, for 568.04 feet; thence N 19 degrees 41 l 15" W.
67.14 feet: thence S 69 degrees 45'05" W, 0.41 feet;
thence S 18 degrees 24'47" W, 62.00 feet; thence N
71 degrees 35*13" W, 26.00 feet for the Point of
Beginning: thence continue N 71 degrees 35'13" W.
26.00 feet: thence N 18 degrees 24'47" E. 62.00 feet;
thence S 71 degrees 35'13" E. 26.00 feet; Thence S
18 degrees 24'47" W: 62.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
2tc, September 14 and 21, 2000.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GULF .COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
IN RE: The Adoption of:
WILLIAM CARL JOHNSON, and
CHRISTINE MARIE JOHNSON,
Adult Children,
CASE NO. 00-0354-CA
BY: JOHN JOSEPH JOHNSON,
1 Their Step-Parent.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: William LeRoy Long
1.06 Silver Court
Trenton, New Jersey 08690

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Petition
For Adoption has been filed against you, naming you
as the biological father of the above-named
adopters, and,that you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses to It, if any you have, on the
Petitioner's attorney, whose name and address Is:
ROBISON R. HARRELL, ADOPTION CENTER, 3
Clifford Drive, Shallmar, Florida 32579. and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court. Gulf County
Courthouse.. 1000 Cecil G. Costin Boulevard, Port
Saint Joe, Florida 32456. on or before October 19,
2000. If you fall to do so, a Default Judgment will be
taken against you for the relief demanded In tilhe
Petition.
DATED this 24 day of August, 2000.
BENNY C LISTER
.Clerk of Court
By: /s/ T. Knox
Deputy Clerk
4tc. September 14, 21, 28, and October 5, 2000.


NOTICE OF INTENT TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to Chapter
865.09 Florida Statutes, the undersigned Intends to
register with the Division of Corporations,
Department of State, the fictitious trade name under
which It will be engaged in business and In which
said business Is to be carried on, to-wit:
NAME TO BE REGISTERED: Selected Equities
Association.
MAILING ADDRESS: 810 Middlebrook Cr.,
Tallahassee, Florida 32312
OWNER (S): Ernest G. Burger.
Itp, September 14, 2000.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO: 96-358 CA

EMC MORTGAGE CORPORATION
PLAINTIFF
VS.
CINDY BRADY. INDIVIDUALLY AND AS
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE
ESTATE OF MICHAEL T. BRADY.
DECEASED AND RYAN MICHAEL BRADY.
A MINOR, BY AND THROUGH CINDY
BRADY. HIS MOTHER AND NATURAL
GUARDIAN: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES. GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS. CREDITORS. TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN
INTEREST BY. THROUGH. UNDER OR
AGAINST THE ESTATE OF MICHAEL T.
BRADY. DECEASED
DEFENDANI'(S)

RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Granting the Motion to Reset Foreclosure Sale
dated Aug. 25. 2000 entered in Civil Case No. 96-
358 CA of the Circuit Court of the 12TH Judicial
Circuit In and for GULF County, Port St. Joe.
Florida. I will sell to the highest and best bidder for


cash at THE FRONT LOBBY of the GULF County
Courthouse In Port St. Joe, Florida, at 11:00 A.M.
(EASTERN STANDARD TIME) a.m. on the 6 day of
Oct., 2000 the following described property as set
forth in said Summary Final Judgment, to wit:, '
A ONE-HALF (1/2) UNDIVIDED INTEREST
IN AND TO THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED.
PROPERTY: .,
LOTS 10, 16, 22, 268, 29,. 32, 33, AND 34,
SAN BLAST PLANTATIONS, AN UNRECORD-
ED SUBDIVISION OF A PORTION OF SEC-
TION 22, TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH, RANGE 11
WEST, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA AS MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED IN ATTACHED
SCHEDULE "I".
Dated this 6 day of Sept.. 2000.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)

Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ T. Knox
Deputy Clerk
Publish in THE STAR
If you are a person with a disability who needs any
accommodation in order to participate in this .pro-
ceeding you are entitled,.at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance. Please contact the
office of the Court Administrator, GULF County
Courthouse, at within two (2) working days of your
receipt of this Notice of Sale; 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
for hearing Impaired for 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service: '
DAVID J. STERN, P.A.
801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE SUITE 500
PLANTATION, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
SCHEDULE -1
Exhibit "A" to Promissory Note date February 7.
1995 In the amount of $54,8.22.80 b, .ind ber '.en
First Union National Bank (Lender) and Mi,-hael T
Brady (Borrower).
EXHIBIT "A"
Parcel -r"'3 '-.55 7'"
Lot 10. San Bl..- flrlntiions an unrecoirded
subdivision of a p..:.rcii ..I ,.tii..n TO0 To ahip 9
South R.nge I I ,.est Cull 'oura, Florida being,
more pirticul fK,. decri.-bea a- lollu._s.
Ccn.nnii'rc,: t Ire inriter on i:'on the Sourn nght
f "a'a, ine o:f"' ,oun .ii%.- .:. ,No v0 E nd the leii
ie.e u.I .:..:.rnr..- r L,.:.l : i1..I ,..ui 22 thence N
78"lJ .3' E hrsg :3id Suih righi ci line f'or
1022 86 f: l hen.:r. le In irg .l South nht Ol 'w.'
line ', :I. 722 .' .r 0 3:'' i i,.r ti hence S
71"40'29"W. for 125.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning: thence continue S. 71*48'20"W. for
70.00 feet; thence N.17"'154"W. for 206.12 fedt;
thence N. 70'59'l l"E. for 85.00 feet: thende
S.1304'28"E. for 209.14 feet to the Point', 4of
Beginning. Subject to a 30 ft. easement on the
Southerly side. ..
And Also:
Parcel #6288-580R
Lot' 16, San Bias Plantations, an unrecorded
subdivision of a portion of Section 22, Township '9
South, Range 11 West. Gulf County, Florida. being
more .particularly'described as follows:
Commence at the Intersection of the South right,
of way line of County Road No. 30-E and the West
line ofG.j .e-r.n.ent L.O[ 0 .1lid S-li,' r, 2. thence N.
"lI353 'E lor1n ai.id ou'hL rir o01 ay line for
S, i,-,' t" inence le'.inz zii Sc.uh right of way
line S. 0117'22"W. for 500.00 feet to the point of
beginning; thence continue S. 0117'22-W. for
208.00 feet: thence S. 88*53'26"E. for 114.80 feet:;-
thence N. 01"l17'22"E. for 66.87 feet to thie P.C. of a-
cure ..-r: .:, [ me S,.iriItLI n.] 1 having a frdius
of t i i u [hen.: i .'..,Lia .re-.r 1 al* .ih g ji cure "
for an af.: .Jt,'t i.le *1 5. i.' feet. Said arc having a
chord ci I. J1 fee- t.,ri-i 'i 261233WV: to thie
P.T. of -la .,:ur. e th.'c l l t' 53'42'25-W. for 53.26.
'c-tl I.:, rie I 1 C ,uf a iure on:.rn: i, [ Lhe rjorthtnazil
.11i.' haiir.l' J raiui, 1. 6 iij j ieti thence
i-h.' : .l. lor, --i3 a ulr. 4r n jr di 1 lance ol
5. ,0 le, ar ild r lha,.ir_ a ,:-.rd ,:.1' 41 bear-
.r.n I 26 I- 31"iv rj ihe T :." Jid L ure hence.
7*J 01: i -E I.:.rne, ":. Ieel r.tr..e 5 ., -4 ,1 19 1 .
cor 2'.) lee (t i Lilnc FI':.nir of Eeiringn Subjc.t Io a
2'' fi e-3:er..,rit on the E ilerln, ind No.nrterly sides
.rnrl 'dio
SP rcel 62.j -S'.10F
L:. o S in Ela P.,ntji..r,i- a unrrecorded
subl. It .:.1-A p ...r].:.r. CI o:iu..,r. : To. n'irasip
S j'u i Iatn e I I \'.'e r ,.ull un i lurFi .ia Deir;.'
niurl : psrn.:ul] l\ .c. .: rit:. .l ,.i i-.llc.k.
:onir er,,r .e .l tI.c- inter :.:'i.,n '.' ilie Soilln rlcin
wa3 a irn r: .:.- r-.ur., F'.l r;.:, 30 .1 .'l *, e:i hlc
., .''i n. i r.1 Lr -.l .I l i I. l0 11i L ti l
line 1 J i7 _. 'v.' f1.r 4-',. .'i lIe :l .1 -5 l I Ohlt .
thlt 'e ''1 '-'.1 L i".:.r Il 'c -~:'j fi0.E 1 2 e.. .C
n r.:'. ': .n B1 L ,-,r 1.-7 1- f t lf thero: ri I'-272--'E
, lur ]l) 0') l I' LE 1 [3 I.U : F- lhlA '..1 lAhLih liLn l 5irJe._L 1C.
. 1 -" l"t .'.t r-.. .:a, WIC ,.ulh ih-. I 3 .00 f I. util-
II,' ': ,,I +i V 'Ill r Ii i.. '.l..* :l.l^ "
Aiild Al".
Parcel # 06288-630R1.
Lot 26, San-'Bias Plantations.-an unrecorded
Subdivision of a [..r'i., *.,l S-':uuin .2 2To,.i .llp 0
South RangeI I .e.I-l Cufi Cuouir', Fl.rida bclhg
more pa u.ii-i.ulai cI:r- d rit.rl.- 5 [AIll. =
-1 P -i. r. i.: lu-.y iri c r .,i? ii n o f lir. .5 .: 'lih r li l it
Of V. ),j liII: .:.1 l:o ufl ,,' -i.d ,r.o 3"l'-- .LJ'd die: e l
line of Goverriment Lot 3. said Section 22, thence
N 791 3'5I"E along said South right of way line for
',Jiz, ,,'. i., k c'nce \r,. it., said .South right of way
llne 0 I 17 ? .' '.V fr 495.00 feet: thence
S.7'-I I 1 'w ',r : '7t 50 feet to the Point, of
Beginning: thence N.05'14'07"W. for 14132 feet;
thence S.8357'35"W. for 122.00 feet: thence
S.0i17'22-W. for 158.00 feet: thence N.77"41'i9-E.
for 141.02 feet to the Point of Beginning. Subject to
a 20 ft. easement on the North side of a 40 ft. ease-
'ment on the West side..
And Also:
Parcel #06388-645R
Lot 29; San Bias Plantations. an unrecorded
subdivision of a portion of Section 22. Township. 9
South. Range II West, Gulf County. Florida. being
more particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Intersection of the South right
of way line of County Road No. 30-E and the West
line of Government Lot 3. said Section 22. thence
N.7813'53"E. along said South right of way line for
1022.86 feet; thence leaving said South right of way
line S.0117'22"W. for 495.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning, thence S.77*41'19'W. for 126.50 feet:
thence N.08*07'I9"E. for 132.84 feet. thence
N.78*13'54"E. for 110.00.feet: thence S.01'17'22"Wl
for 127.00 feet to the Point of Beginning. Subject'to
a 20 ft. easement on' the North side of a 5.00 ft. util-
Ity easement on the West Side.
And Also:
Parcel #06288-660R
Lot 32, San Blas Plantations, an unrecorded
subdivision of a portion of Section 22, Townshlip 9
South, Range 11 West. Gulf County. Florida, being
more particularly described as follows:
Comilience at the Intersection of the South right
of way line of County Road No. 30-E and the West
line of Government Lot 3, said Section 22. thence
N78'13'53"E. along said South right of i.y liie or
1022.86 feet; thence leaving said South right of way
line S.01 17'22"W. for 170.00 feet:; thence
S.7813'53"W. for 159.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning, thence S.01 ?l17'22"W. for 192.00 feet;
thence S.7813'53"W, for 81.00 feet; thehce
N.0117'22"E. for 198.00 feet; thence N.79"13"53"E:
for 81.00 feet to the Point of Beginning. Subject to a
20 ft. easement on the South side.
And Also:
Parcel 06288-665R
Lot 33. San Blas Plantations, an unrecorded
subdivision of a portion of Section 22. Township 9
South. Range 11 West. Gulf County. Florida, being
more particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Intersection of the South right
of way line of County Road No. 30-E and the West
line of Government Lot 3. said Section 22. thence
N78"I3'53"E. along said South right of way llne.for
1022.86 feet: thence leaving said South right of way
line S.01 7'22"W. for 170.00 feet; thence
S.7813'53"W. for 240.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning: thence S.0117'22"W. for 198.00 feet;
thence S. 7815'53"W. for 15.00 feet; thence
S.8357'35W. for 64.82 feet; thence N. 1 17'22"E.
for 191.36 feet: thence N.7813'53"E. for 81.00 feet
to the Point of Beginning. Subject to a 20 ft. ease-
ment on the South side.


And Also:
Parcel f06288-660R
Lot 34. San Bias Plantation, an unrecorded'sUb-
division of a portion of Section 22. Township 9
South, Range 11 West. Gulf County. Florida, bling
more particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Intersection of the South right
of way line of County Road No. 30-E and the WeMst
line of Government Lot 3. said Section 22. thence
N78'l3'53"E. along said South right of way lite for
1022.86 feet: thence leaving said South right of way
line S.0117'22"W. for 170.00 feet; thence
S.78'13'53"W. for 321.00 feet to the Point, oif
Beginning: thencc S.01 17'22"W. for 191.36> foi't:
thence S.83"57'35"W. for 79.56 i'eetl; thence
N.01 17'22"E. for 183.21 feet:; thence '.-o iJ3 5'.
for 81.00 feet to thlie Point of Beginning. t6ii u.I uI ,.f
20 ft. casement of the South side. I
February 7. 1995 /s/ Michael T. Br.iy"v
2tc. September 21 and 28. 2000.


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