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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 2000
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
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This Year's Health Fai Was
A 1'Huge Success"
See Story, Pics on Page I B
Wewa Blows Out
Apalachicola 45-8
Photos & Stats on Page 1 A
Sharks Celebrate with.41 -Q
Victory Details on Ppge 12A
Homecoming Scenes from0...
PSJ Parade ,,Page B
WHS Game Page IOA
Worship Opportuniti's P. 2B
Law Enforcement Alivities
City & County on'Page 7A
School Happenings VPage 3B
Obituaries 9'age 2B
If You Need It, It's In the
Classifieds Pys 6-8B

10 Candidates

Qualify For

MB Elections
Mayor and Two Council
:Seats Up For Election
The mayor's seat and two
council member positions are
drawing a lot of attention as the:
time for qualifying ended at noon
last Friday, October 6th.
Ten candidates have tossed
Their hats intoIthe ring seeking
the: three offices, according to,
Mexico Beach" City Manager
Frank Healy. The Mayor/Group 1
council seat along with the Group
2 and Group 3 positions are up
for're-election.
S : Four candidates have quali-
S fled for the Mayor's race. Mayor
Garti-v Gaddis is seeking re-elec-
tion arid is being challenged by
Cecil Blount, Kathy Kingsland, .
and Steve Matincheck.
In the Councilman Group 2
race, incumbent Mel Ashcraft has
qualified and is being challenged
by three candidates-Chuck
Messer. Carolyn Metcalf. and
Duane Thorpe. The Group 3 seat
is held by Peggy Wood. She has
qualified to seek re-election and.
will face David W. Thompson, Jr.
Son, election day.
Mexico Beach city elections
will be held on Tuesday,
November 7th. dunng the same,
time that general elections are
'taking place.


led Tide


To Be Mo
After nearly one and one-half
months, 'it appears that an out-
break of red tide is clearing out of
St. Joseph Bay.
Surely most everyone remem-
bers the pictures of shores along
Ithie bay's edge coated with dead
fish last year. The same severe
*i outbreak is being cited as the prn-
mary reason for low numbers of
scallops in the bay this year.
; When this year's, outbreak
Swas reported on August. 31st by
Florida Wildlife. Commissioner
officers, fear gripped most folks
who were concerned about a
report of last year's mess. FWC
officers spotted a fish kill and
:eperienced respiratory irritation
an. area near the point of St.
Joseph Peninsula.
S, The sighting was reported,
,aid accor-dinig to Tammy
"II'


Hmecoming In Gulf County


Gators and Sharks Celebrate With Crowning and Victories

Homecoming was the buzz
Word last week in Gulf County
as students in both high
schools participated in week-
long eveprts, culminating with
the homecoming game Friday
evening',
Port St. Joe High School
selected Miss Quatina Fennell
as their Homecomr ing Queen
from a field of 1 1 young ladies.
She was escorted by Greg
Garland, and was crowned by k
last year's queen, Netkole
Royster. Alumni of the classes
of '41, '51, '61, '71, '81 and '91
were honored guests at the
,, parade Friday afternoon and
at the.gamrne. '
-Miss Stephanie Kramer.
escorted by King Jeremy
'Suber. was crowned Miss
.,. Wewahitchka Homecoming'
2000. Miss. Sarah Bailey 'V
crowned her successor.
Both teams enjoyed
rpsd6Unding.victories over their
opponents to put a great fin-.
Ishing touch'on festivities. uN L


Queen Quatina Fennell


Queen Stephanie Kramer and King Jeremy Suber


Commission Meets In New Quarters


AtLarge Voting, Lime Ingredients, and Wewa Medical Top Discussions


Gulf County commissioners
started a new era as they joined
together for the first board meet-
ing in the new Robert M. Moore
Administration Building.
The board's new meeting
room-which also doubles as a
second courtroom complex for the
county-needed all the extra
space it provides as, a packed
house showed up for the meeting
Tuesday.
The 10.000 square foot build-
ing cost S540,000 to build and
was funded by S436,000 in vari-
ous grant funds and S134,000 of


Appears


>ving Out
Summers, Aquatic Preserve
Manager for 'the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection, regular testing of St.
Joseph Bay was started.'
Summers said the most recent
test results, taken approximately
one week ago. indicated that the
bay was clear of the. red tide
organism.
This is good news for this
area, but Summers said areas to
the west are not as happy since
the red tide seems to be migrating
in that direction.
Since the initial report and
testing took place, St. Joseph Bay
has progressively improved.
Weekly tests have been processed
by the Florida Marine Research
Institute in St. Petersburg. In late
(See RED TIDE on Page 3A)


nalrv-- .',-a


This was the sight along Gulf's beaches last year when red
tide made a smelly mess Fortunately, this has not been the
S case this year.
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local tax funds.
County-Wide Voting Explored
County commissioners decide
to take some initial steps in
exploring the possibility'of return-
ing to' county-wide voting in
selecting commissioners.
The county is currently voting
under a consent decree establish-
ing single member districts.
Board Attorney Tim McFarland
has advised the board that since
all parties agreed to the change
when the order was made it could
be very expensive and difficult to
have the decree changed unless
members of the suit agreed to the
change. He made that assessment
based upon opinions from attor-
neys with extensive experience in
the field.
Commissioner Tommy Knox
made a motion to proceed with
making efforts to return to coun-
ty-wide voting.. Commissioner
Warren Yeager seconded the
motion and board discussion
revolved around the premise that
. four co'nmissioners supported
the move, but without the support
of Commissioner Nathan Peters.
Jr., who was the party in the orig-
inal suit. the change may be diffi-
cult.
During discussion, McFar-
land suggested the board go out
for request for proposals (RFPs)
from attorneys that specialize in
this field. Knox amended his
motion to state that request, and
the motion passed by a 4-1 vote.
(Commissioner Peters opposed.)
Peters said it was -his opinion
that single member districts were
working in the county and people
within districts should elect their
representatives.
Board Chairman Billy Traylor
said that the only way all the
county can be truly represented
was through county-wide voting.
,State Says Lime O.K.
Gulf County Extension Agent
Roy Lee Carter approached the
board to discuss a complaint that
had been filed against George
Wittmer Associates, Inc. over
lime, claimed to contain toxic
material, being distributed within
the county.
Carter countered that claim,
giving the board documentation
from the state which approved the
lime being used for agricultural
distribution. He pointed out that
the state has tested the lime and
ok'd it for this purpose.
Marilyn Blackwell ap-


proathed the board saying the
state's test test and that she had been told


the money stay in Gulf County,
and is the medical center a non-
profit organization? Montgomery


Yeager brought up discussion
about debt service for the Oak
(See COUNTY on Page 3A)


New spacious commission meeting room was nearly full for its first meeting Tuesday evening.


the product was contaminated.
'Carter further pointed out
that the state's testing did check
out the product for contamination
before they would register it for
use.
Chairman Traylor thanked
Carter for helping to clarify the
matter.
Wewa Medical Gets Funds
Many of the folks present at
the meeting came out in support
of Wewa Medical Center and its
staff.
Their concern revolved
around county funding and sup-
port for the center and President/
CEO Joel Montgomery voiced
those questions to the board.
He reviewed some excerpts
from county budget hearings and
clarified the center's offering of
services to the board.
Several .residents also gave
testimonials of how the clinic's
doctor, Malvinder Ajit, M.D., had
helped them, and in some cases
saved lives.
Board Chairman Traylor said
his biggest questions were-does


verified both questions and
Traylor passed the chair and
made the motion to budget
$5,0,Q to the medical center. The
motion passed unanimously.
In Other Business
*Accepted the low or best bids
for protective clothing for fire
departments and a one-ton ser-
vice truck for Mosquito Control.
*Commissioner Tommy Knox
advised the board that State
Representative Bev Kilmer noti-
fied him that the public boat
ramp project for Highland View
had been approved.
*Passed a resolution adding
Gaskin Park improvements to the
comprehensive plan as part of the
state park grant application
process.
*Agreed to go out for bids for
state grant funded improvements
at Beacon Hill Park.
*Decided to go ahead with a
feasibility study for a central
landfill site for Gulf County -as
requested by Solid Waste Director
Joe Danford.
*Commissioner Warren


Gulf Building
Boom Continues
Gulf County Building
Inspector Michael Hammond told
Gulf County commissioners that
records are continuing to fall and
no slow down is in sight for con-
struction within the county.
Last year's permit fees were
recorded at $237,169.16 for the
fiscal year which ended on
September 30th. This is just over
a 20% increase over last year's
revenues which totaled approxi-
mately $197,000. Over the past
two years, the building permit
fees have grown at a rate of 30%
in 1999 and 20% this year.
After the board's meeting,
Hammond pointed out that the
major gains were in the Cape and
St. Joe Beach areas.
The new construction will
constitute a $24 million increase
in taxable property values for
those areas also, Hammond said.
This is a 33% increase over last
year's figures which were $18 mil-
lion.


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The Star

PAGE TWO THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2000 :


EDITORIAL COMMENTARY Hiunker Down With Kes by Kesley rt
COLUMNS


WILLIE RAMSEY, EDITOR Grown-Ups Say The Darndest Things


Election Changes Needed



To Protect the Majority

John B. Anderson's column in Sunday's News Herald hit on one of
my favorite arguments when discussing third party or even 10th party
candidates. He stated, "We should not accept a system where voting for
your favorite candidate can contribute directly to the election of your least
favorite." .
In recent years there has been more than one third party candidate
whose campaign and voter support might have split the majority parties'
vote. This "spoiler" role is one that I feel certain these candidates do not
do intentionally, but rather have desires and aspirations to become the
.president of the United States. They also bear every nght to exercise their
privileges in this fashion.
More than once. I've had some liking for a third party candidate, but
I would not vote for .them. I felt it would lesson the odds of the candidate
whom I thought had a chance to win to be elected if I supported the small
party.
Quick example-Democratic Johnny Liberal is behind by 3 points in
the polls, while Republican candidate Ibeeah Conservative is wallung on
eggshells trying to maintain his edge. Along comes lbeeah Conservative
Too and steals away 7 points of the Conservative vote and suddenly
Johnny Liberal is standing in high cotton with a point lead in the polls.
On this year's presidential ballot, there are 10 different parties listed
on the ballot-Republican, Democrat, Libertarian. Green, Socialist
Workers. Natural Law, Reform, Socialist, Constitution. Workers World.
and don't forget the Wnte-In Candidate blank.
Putting this in perspective. it's conceivable that the wishes of the
majority of voters can be defused by votes cast for one or more third party
candidatess. Are we really in a democratic society if the candidate with
the most votes wins, even if he/she is opposed by the majority of voters?
As I have discussed before on this page. less than 50% of Americans
are currently putting forth the effort to show up at the polls on election
day. Add to that a slough of small party candidates and we have a formula
for disaster.
Anderson pointed out a solution to the problem that several other
democratic countries are already using called instant run-off voting.
Voters could vote for the candidate of their choice and follow with a rank-
ing of alternate choices. If the winner does not have a clear majority vote.
candidates with the least votes are eliminated and recounting occurs until
a majority vote is achieved. Ballots for your top ranked candidates still
count until a clear majority winner is determined.
I' fear if we don't eliminate this glitch in our voting practice. the day
could be close when we find ourselves in a big mess.
Anderson was very accurate when he said voters could. vote their
hopes, not their fears," under a system such as instant run-off voting.
This could be a real option.


A Name Well Chosen

The Robert M. Moore Administration Building is a complex of which
the community can be proud. It certainly will fill a need for space that has
existed for many years within the walls of the Gulf County Courthouse.
A total of 10.000 square feet of office space and new commission
meeting quarters will not only house the administrative offices of the
county,. but will provide much needed growing room. while freeing up a
substantial amount of space within the existing courthouse. Several elect-
ed county officers will be dividing up vacated spaced in the not-too-dis-
tant future I would imagine.
You may recall that grant money had been committed and construc-
tion was under way on the building's exterior shell when Gulf County'
received the "KO" word about the local mill. Only after grants were
received to finish the second courtroom/commission meeting room were
work crews able to finish the inside of the structure.
Robert M. "Bob" Moore played an instrumental role in helping to make
that possible while at the same time doubling the county's courtroom
space.
I'm sure all of this will be repeated on Friday, November 3rd. when
dedication ceremonies will be held at 10:00 a.m., ET. for the Robert M.
SMoore Administration Building.
I'm also sure a lot of folks will remember Bob and what a friend he
was to Gulf County. But. twenty years from now, when we hear the name
Robert M. Moore Administration Building we'll still remember our old
friend Thanks Gulf County commissioners, for a name well chosen.


When I was a kid, I didn't
understand adults. They had these
grown-up rules that sometimes
made sense and sometimes didn't.
They adhered to one just like they
did the other .
One of my favorites was,
'You've got to sit there and be quiet
because I said so." Wouldn't a
simple. "1I'e got a splitting


headache and you and your broth-
er have been running around all
day and it's about to drive me
nuts." been more to the point?
That would have made a little bit of
sense And perhaps, would have
e\en been honest ..
Some super intelligent adult
came tip with the "rule" that no
child could be oin the little league
field without an older, responsible ,
person present. I'm 'sure they were
worried about one' of us getting ,
hurt. They would clear their
throats, glance at each other and,
in their 'most serious mature
we've-got -your best -interest -at -
heart voice, throw the "liability"
word at us. We had to play our


"unsupervised" game in whatever
make-shift area we could come up
with.
While the perfect baseball field
lay fallow, we would choose up
sides and go at it in the gravel
infested lot behind Arlo
Cunningham's house. I saw Moose
Hartsfield split his chin wide open
on a rock diving for a line dnve in
center field. We halted the game for
what seemed like forever to get the
bleeding stopped. We've called him
Kirk Douglas for years no' .
Paul David Campbell's back
yard was just too small. You
- bounce off the garage about twice
chasing a fly ball and you'd under-


stand what I'm talking about. Well,
if you were a kid, you would
understand!
Since "liability" didn't allowcas
to have a real base, we'd throw
down a short plank or a twe:by
four or a "right sized" folded up tow
sack. We'd average two turned
ankles a game.
We played for a while dowh- b
the garbage dump. I'd get home
.and spend an hour picking hltle
pieces of imbedded shards of glass
out of my knees. The smell didn't
come out,as easily <
The worst place was the: hill
out back bf" the ,Gulf Oil station. It
was a pretty steep drop off just
past the foul side of first base. You
- took your lifein your hands if you
ran past the bag there! As a matter
of fact, ,most of the experienced
guys started cutting it back a step
Sor two before reaching first. Ar d if
you weren't careful routiding- 'it,
you'd end up, face down, in the
creek some hundred feet 'or" so
below%. "
I knew two things about liabil-
ity by age edi. ~it was. a word
grown-ups used when they didn't
want to take the time to fool with
you. And., if you played where they
forced .you (to .-play-you were
"liable" to get hurt.
This was all done; remember,
S"with our best interest at heart."
In the third grade 'Buddy
Wiggleton wanted to have a part in
the annual Pilgrims-Indians
Thanksgiving Pageant. One of the
room mothers told him he didn't
speak well enough, '"We want 6ur
play to be special this year." Well,
it's one that I have remembererdfor
years, and I bet you Buddy--has
too.
We never questioned adults. It
just wasn't the way we were raised.
Oh, you can be gure we "graded
'er" on occasion. We'd sit at the
back booth of Frank's Dairy TBar
and wonder why so many of them
never seemed to "get it." We tried to
figure out how us not eating' that
last horrible bite of broccoli -and
'cheese effected a young'bb' igong
t't6'.ed huigrYF iiindia. We' speu-
lated on whether we would eveiFlbe
old enough to know what "p's and
q's" were.
We especially assayed the dif-
ference between words and action.
You take Mr. Wellington' for
example. He often lectured us-on
being big sophomores now, "Class,
you're not in junior high anymore,
you must act like responsible,
grown-up sophomores ." That
was about two months before, he
bought a Karmann Ghia, let 'his
hair grow long, started wearing
those leisure suits with no tie and
ran:ioff to Memphis with Alberta
Bannister.
We pondered on the fact that
we were taught not to question
adults by the very adults that were
teaching us!
What strange creatures tley
could be on occasion :,
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)


Collected Tales of Flapping Feathered Flocks I


DOVE SHOOTING season
opens Saturday, and finds me not
so interested this year.
For the past 50 years, dove
season has been like Christmas
,,.to an adolescent boy: as welcome,
as it could be. But not this year.
I went one time last year. but
couldn't enjoy it because I needed
a knee joint replaced and it hurt
every step I took. You can't enjoy
even :dove hunting when your
knees hurt.
This year, I don't have the
pizazz worked 3up to interest me
in dove hunting.'
Of course, when I go dove'
hunting, my main activity is in
scaring them with the motivation
to just fly a little. faster I can't hit
them. I blame this on my bifocal
glasses. But I do enjoy scaring
them!

THE SEAT OF MY pants
used to ,get real itchy come the
first of dove season. I kept my car
filled with gas as the weekend


would approach, fin aritici atiori
to the trip to Jackson, Calhoun;
or Liberty 'county. I've traveled as
far as Walton County for an after-
noon of dove shooting. I guess the
farthest I ever drove to shoot at
doves, was above Campbellton, a
mile or two before the Alabama
line, to Wayne Mixon's farm.
I was ready to go anywhere
doves were reported as being
sighted. I always took my boys
along, as soon as they were large
enough to carry a shotgun. As a
result, they are all three avid dove
shooters, now.
I depend on them to bring me
a mess, because they can hit


them! '
One son is's so addicted to
dove hunting that he joined a
party which went to Nicaragua a
few years ago. He came home
with mouth watering tales of
shooting cases of shells and
killing hundreds of birds. It all
made a good story, whether or not
he actually got to shoot so many
birds.
I always think of this hunting
tale when people start talking
"dove shooting".

WE USED TO SCOUR. the
countryside to find enough birds
to make an interesting shoot.


Some person in the party usually ;
brought along 'a tub of-raw' oys-
ters and there would, be more
doves felled around that tub of
raw oysters, passing the time,
.waiting for the, doves to start fly-
ing, than we could clean!'
I remember, on one hunt,
when Jake Mouchette was still
alive and he and his wife Pauline
ran a restaurant here in Port St.
,Joe, a bunch of us gathered up
and went to Clarksville on a hunt.
Jake had a record of a crow
call and he played that thing
while we were waiting for the
doves to fly:
Did 'I mention that he also
brought along a large bowl of fried
chicken! We didn't care if the
doves ever got around to flying,
that'. afternoon or not! We had a
high old time, shooting crows,
attracted by the recording; and
eating Pauline's famous fried
chicken.

ANOTHER TIME, we got off


up into Calhoun County, where
we were 'to be joined by "Red"
Gunn, another avid dove shooter.
We were, parked around a
field, where we-.had seen some
dove light in just moments before.
At, about the same time, "Red"
drove up, still. dressed in ,a full
business suit.
The field.happened to be 'sur-
rounded with a rusty barbed wire
fence, which "Red" immediately
straddled and started 'across..
About mid-stride, he caught
the crotch of those dress suit
pants on one of the fence barbs
and split them wide open.
We never did get any of those
doves.

1 COULD TELL you, endless
tales. of standing in the rain,
watching for birds; spying Bill
Carr sitting in the middle of one
field, a-straddle of a case of.
shells, shooting at everything he
could see; leasing someone's corn
field for the rights to "shoot the


town By
field"; 'riding all over Calho n
County, on ,a folding chair in the
back of Aubrey Tomlinson's 6ld
panel truck, with "Spotball"
Barbee as the guide, hunting
birds; going to the old abandoned
airport up above Malone with
"Buck" Griffin and his gang from
all over..
We had reason to look for-
ward to dove season back during
the days when we were invited",to
shoot fields, just as'long as we
didn't shoot the farmer's live-
stock.
I. forgot the best -tale, 'so' I'll
tell it here : One day we went with
"Spot" Barbee to,a field which lay
rear, the Apalachicola," River,
north of Blountstown. On the way
to. the field, we passed' a lw
swampy area where the trees cqv-
ered the road. "
As we were driving along, a
mother quail, with about 20'lit le
ones, came across the road. That
was a tight to see them crossing
the -rad-in single file!


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2000 PjGE 3Si


I Local Fire Departments Get Coolers
Jim Buckley, Director of Emergency Services with the American Red Cross, is shown
handing over the first of several coolers the Red Cross is donating to Gulf's firefighting
'units.
Buckley is handing the cooler to Nic Nicodemus and Kevin martin with the St. Joe
Beach Voluntqer Fire Department. Pictured at left is David Richardson, fire chief with
the. St. Joe Beach department.


Wintering Shorebird Comment .I .1

Period Extended To.Oct.30th


M 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-
yides an .initial description of
potential economic impacts asso-
coated 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-
S ig, federal authorization or a fed-
eral permit is involved. Even in
cases where private lands are des-
ignated, it has no impact on pri-
S .vate .Jrndowners taking actions on
...teir.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
h habitat designation should not
,change the outcome of that review
.-process in the Southeast," said
'Sam D. Hamilton, Southeast
'Regional Director;




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Copies of the draft economic
c report are available on the inter-
net at http:\\southeast.fws.gov or
by contacting the U. S. Fish and
Wildlife Service, Field Supervisor
at Ecological Services Field
Offices, c/o TAMU-CC, Campus
Box 38, 6300 Ocean Drive,
Corpus Christi, Texas 78412.
.Comments may also be sent elec-
S tronically to winterplovercom-
ments@fws.gov or by facsimile to
(316) 994-8262.
A complete description of the
proposed critical habitat designa-
tion for the wintering population
of piping plovers was published in
the Federal Register on July 6,
Sand 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
i. resubmitted. They will be Incorpo-
rated into the public record and
will be fully considered in the final
determination of the proposal.
The U. S. Fish and Wildlife
t Service is the principal federal
agency responsible for conserving,
protecting, and enhancing: fish,
wildlife, and plants and their
S, habitats for the continuing benefit
d of the American people. The ser-
vice manages the 93-million-acre
National Wildlife Refuge System
comprised of more than 520
national wildlife refuges, thou-
sands of small wetlands, and
other special management areas,.
It also operates 66 national fish
hatcheries, 64 fish and wildlife
management assistance offices,
64 fishery resource offices and 78
ecological services field stations.
The agency enforces federal
wildlife laws, administers the
Endangered Species Act, manages '
migratory bird populations.
restores nationally significant
fisheries, conserves and restores
wildlife habitat such as wetlands.
and helps foreign governments
with their conservation efforts.


County

Grove water system. The debt was
paid off early, but because of 2%
interest fees tacked on to the early
payoff, some lingering fees still
have to be paid before the funds
will be taken off the users' bill.,
*Voted to let the constitution-
al officers. in the courthouse
decide how to divide and use sur-
plus space created in the
courthouse when county admin-
istrators moved to their new
building. The board's vote was 3-
2 with Commissioners Peters and
Johnny Stanley opposing.
*Commissioner Peters out-
lined several improvements made


Red Tide
-From Page 1
August, the count was ranked as
medium to high levels of the red
tide organism. Those readings are
now clean.
Shellfish harvesting has
remained closed in Gulf County,
as well as areas to the west.
Summers said thus far the
outbreak has not compared to
last year and does not seem .to
have impacted dolphin and other
marine animals as severely as it
did then.


From Page 1

to the county's animal control
shelter.
*Heard an update from
Tourist Development Council
Director Paula Pickett on efforts
to promote tourism in the area.
She pointed out that 15 reporters
had visited the area on October
8th, and she expected several

Port St. Joe Lodge No. 111'
Reg. Stated Communication
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mo., 8:00 p.m.,Masonic Hall,
214 Reid Ave. Lany McArdle, W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec.


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GFC Electrical Class Volunteers
From left are David Lewis. Ralph Knight. Eric Stewart, Duke
Jones, Jimmy Cox, David Pridgeon, Ray Long, and Ray Likely,
members of the Gulf Franklin Center electrical wiring class who
volunteered to wire the new scout building to help the commu-
nity. They also gained work experience on commercial wiring on
the project.
Anyone interested in taking electrical wiring in either day or
night classes should contact Ray Long, the electrical instructor,
at 227-9670, extension 5510, from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.


Kesley W
Y From left are Minnie Likely, Lydia Watkins and Elder Harley Watklns.

(From Page 2) Watkins Wins Computer


Ricky Gene Stafford pointed
out once that someday we would
be "one of them." That brought on
dead solid silence .
I tried to picture Bobby
Waldrup as a grown-up dispensing
wit and wisdom and rules to an
unsuspecting group of youth. You
talk about a :scary proposition!
And Hollis Mayo. And Millicent
Blackburn. Whew! They could get
a one float parade out of line! You
know, come to think of it, they did!
Maybe some folks are just not
cut out to be adults.
When we looked quizzically up
at some older, wiser, mature leader
like we didn't understand where
the heck they were coming from .
. the results were almost always
predictable. We'd get the perfunc-
tory pat on the head and the wise
counsel that we would "under-
stand it all" when we got a little
older. Some- of us were a little
leery. Some of us couldn't wait.
I figured my first act as'an
adult would be to get to work on
that ballfield where everyone
would be welcome ....
Time has a wonderful way of
shaping you, educating you and
giving you the "right stuff' to han-
dle the responsibilities that come
with age. I finally, after years of
doubts, fears and struggles, get to
be an adult and guess what-I still
don't understand them
Respectfully,
Kes


Lydia Watkins and her family
will enjoy the Gateway computer
she won through a drawing held
at the Family Fifth Quarter fun
night held Friday after the local
high school's homecoming game.
Over 85 children and their par-
ents were in attendance for the
drawing which was a part of the
North Port St. Joe Youth
Initiative's family involvement
activities.
The Initiative is a Jessie Ball
duPont grant supported program.
and its primary purpose is to
assist in the academic and cul-
tural growth of children. Through
its various other partners includ-
ing Gulf School District, the
Initiative is able to provide after-
school programs and 'cultural
enrichment activities for the chil-
dren and youth in the North Port
St. Joe community.
The Parent Booster Group for
the Initiative chaperoned and sev-
eral of the local church congrega-
tions provided the delicious food
for the event which was held at
the WIG Teen Center. The com-
puter was donated to the
Initiative's Challenge Center by
Data Processes of Atlanta,

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Couple To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ray
McGill of Wewahitchka are happy
to announce the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Stacle Rae McGill. to
William Joseph "Billy Joe" Smiley.
Billy Joe is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Pete W. Bass of Panama Cit-y
and John M. Smiley of
Wewahitchka.
The bride-elect is employed by
Delta Airlines in the In-Flight
Service Department as an On
Board Leader. Her fiance is
employed as a realtor with
Prudential Resort Realty.
A November 4th wedding is
being planned for 6:00 p.m.. CT.
at First United Methodist Church
in Wewahitchka. The reception to
follow will be held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Traylor No
local invitations are being sent as
all friends and family and loved
ones are invited to attend.

Juvenile Justice
Council Meeting
The Gulf County Juvenile I
Justice Council will be meeting
Thursday October 19, at 4:00
p.m., ET, at the Gulf County
Library. located off Highway 71 in
Port St. Joe. Membership is open
to the public. Anyone is welcome.
and is encouraged to attend. For
further details and information.
please contact Don Washabaugh
at (850) 227-7340.
Prior to the Juvenile Justice
Council meeting, the Calhoun/
Gulf Domestic Violence Council
meets at 3:00 p.m.. one-half hour
earlier than in the past. The pub-
lic is also encouraged to attend.





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The Visual and Performing
Arts Division of Gulf Coast
Community college will present a
performance of "South Pacific" on
October 20 to 22 and October 27
to 20. Show times are at 7:30
p.m., Fridays and Saturdays, and
2:30 p.m. on Sundays. Price of
admission is $10. Tickets may be
obtained at the door. Call 872-
3886 for more information.
South Pacific was adapted
from James A. Michener's "Tales
of the SoQith Pacific." The musical
v.as composed by Richard


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Sarah Dianne Province

It's A Little Sister
Emily, is proud to announce
the birth of her baby sister, Sarah
Dianne Province. Sarah -was born.
July 6, at Gulf Coast Hospital.
She weighed seven pounds and
was 20.3 inches long.
Her proud parents are Wendy
Whitfield and Jimmy Province of
White City. The proud grandpar-
ents are Diane and Joe Howard of
Ashford, Alabama, John and
Marie Whitfield of Dalkeith, Bob
Province of Belleglade and Marilyn
Province of Caseyville, Illinois.

Barbizon School


of Modeling Grad
Tiffani Steward graduated
from Barbizon School of Modeling,
Saturday, October 7, in Panama
City Beach.
She has completed six
6Ahth f6of 'eiry hard work and
training, and will now bd enrolled
in' %the placement, division in
Tampa, where she hopes to begin
an exciting career in the world of
modeling.
'Tiffani is the daughter, of
Frank and Sandi Steward.


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,parents' house with a, "Blue's,
Clues" party. For entertainment
all the kids and parents rode,
horses. A host of family and
friends helped him celebrate' his
big day.
Chicago, is the son of Ronald,
and Shareka :Gainer, of Port!
Charlotte, and is the grandson of'
Darious and Gwen Dawson of Port
St. Joe and Evelyn Joyner of
Moore Heaven and the lateO
Alphon so Gainer of Arcadia. He isi:
the great grandson of Steve and
the late Leola Gathers and Horace'
'and the late, .Te're'sa Ban-. all of
Port St. Joe.

DRA Meeting
The Downtown Redevelop-,.
ment Agency will hold its Octobe r'
monthly meeting on Tuesday,.
October 17th, beginning at 6:15:
p.m., ET. This month, those'.
attending the meeting will gather'
at the Port St. Joe Fire Station. All,
members are urged; to attend.


Tiffani Steward

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Rodgers with lyrics by Oscar
Hammerstein II. Last spring
marked the 50th anniversary of
the show. South Pacific won the
Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1950.
It also was awarded eight Tony
Awards, including Best Musical
that year. The show opened at the
Majestic Theatre in New York City
on April 7, 1949, and closed on
January 16, 1954, running for a
total of 1,924 performances.
Gulf Coast College's produc-
tion of the show is directed by
Rosemarie O'Bourke. The musical
director/conductor is Rusty
Garner:, who also created the set
and lighting design. The choreog-
rapher for the show .is Jenny-
Freed. The production will feature
Sharon Caroll as Nellie. John
Fant as Emile. Cory Canty as
Cable. Brandon Kolmetz as Billis
and Rosie O'Bourke as Bloody
Mary. accompanied by a full;
orchestra and a cast of perform-
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VFW #10069's Food
Drive October 28th
The Johnr C Gainous VFW
Post #10069 aid Ladles Auxiliary
will be "Making A Difference" on
Saturday, October 28th. They are
asking the help of the community
to make this a special day.
This year marks the 10th
annual event for "Make A,
Difference Day," the largest
national day of helping others,
sponsored by the Points of LIght
Foundation and the USA Weekend
magazine.
The John.C. Gainous Post is
sponsoring a non-perishable food
drive to help stock the food
pantries at St. James Episcopal
Church-in Port St. Joe and the
Lions Club of Mexico Beach
storedd in the Chubby Chicken
and Bakery).
If your club, business or
group would like to participate
you can call Ginny Seefeldt.
Community Services Chairman
for the Ladies Auxiliary; at 648-
5303. If you are an individual who r
would like to donate food please
bring it by the VFW Post Home in
S Highland View or if you'have rol-
lected a large amount of food you
can call Ginny and make arrange-
rments to have it picked up.
. On Saturday.. October 28th,
at 10:00 a.m. at the VFW Post
Home. Carol Utzinger and Allayne
McVan from St. James Episcopal
Church and Meridth Ingram.
President'. and Millie Lyles
Secretary of the Mexico Beach
Lions Club will be present for pic-
tures and to pick up the food for-':s
theietr food pantries.


Island Methodist

Sponsor Yard Sale


Sedona

I'll Watch Your Back

If You'll Watch Mine


"Sedona," a pitbull mix, along
with others from the Humane
Society: are looking for a good
home.
At present the humane soci-
ety also has :three free dogs, one
male cocker spaniel mix, one
(female shephard/collie mix, and
one female lab and hound mix;,
two black labs mixed, they will,


Halloween Carnival Oct. 28th
: The Church of Jesus Christ of cake walk, bobbing for apples,
Latter Day Saints, located on 15th face art, prizes, pumpkin carving
Street and Robin Avenue in contest, and a costume contest
Mexico Beach, will be holding a will take place at 6:00 p.m.
Halloween Carnival on Saturday;, No mask or inappropriate
October 28, from 5:00 until 7:00 costumes will be allowed and you
p.m., CT. are asked to bring your carved
e wl b a .. pumpkin for judging, and have
SThere will be a fun house, lots of fun.


If you should have any questions to ask me as you
consider your choices in the upcoming General Election, '"
please feel free to give me a call at (850) 827-2328,
after 4:00 p.m. I'll be glad to hear from you!
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shake your hand and sit pretty for
you; one large bulldog mix with
seven-12 week old puppies; one
male white bulldog mix, seven
months old, and lots of cats.
For more information, you
may contact the St. Joseph Bay
Humane Society at 227-1103 or
visit the web site at www.cape
sanblasfl.com/sjbhs.


Early Childhood
Conference Set
On Saturday, October 7th,
Early Childhood Services, Inc
(ECS) will host the Early
Childhood Services Fall
Conference, "On Track with
School Readiness," from 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 ,p.m. CT, at Gulf Coast
Community College-Student
Union/East (Second Floor). The
conference is designed to provide
training for those working with
young children to improve skills
as well as introduce new ideas,
techniques,\ and resources. Some
of the topics include: school readi-
ness Issues; infant/toddler ideas;
faith-based curriculums: trash-
ables to teachables: and develop--
mentally appropriate practices.
The one-day conference will
also feature. "Mr. Al"-Live In
Concert. "Mr. Al" Rasso is an early
childhood consultant and award
winning children's recording
artist. He has been a featured
speaker at hundreds of educa-
tional conferences and sings to
sold out audiences of children,
teachers, and parents across the
country. Mr. Al is admired for his
motivational, enthusiastic weav-
ing of music into his whole lan-
guage presentations.
Approximately 300 people are
expected to attend the conference.
For more information contact
Millie Ladouceur at ECS's
Professional Development Insti-
tute at (850) 872-7550 or 1-800-
768-8316, extension 2287.

Haunted House
The Mexico Beach Depart-
ment of Public Safety will be host-
ing a Haunted House on
Saturday, October 28, from 6:00
until 10:00 p.m., CT, at City Hall,
located at 118 N. 14th Street in
Mexico Beach.
Admission is free and refresh-
ments will be provided to all the
children that attend. Adults may
purchase them as well. Goons
and goblins will be donated by the
local area businesses, so Join
them If you dare.


:For the past twelve years the
United Methodist Church on. St.
George Island has held its tradi-
tional gigantic indoor/outdoor
yard sale as an annual -fund-
raiser to support its rapidly grow-
ing congregation. This year's
event will be held on Saturday,
October 14, from 8:00 a.m. until
3:00 p.m. The Church is located
at 201 E. Gulf Beach Drive on St.
George Island.
Chairmen Billy and Sheila
Isaacs report a semi-truck trailer
full of donated merchandise will
be available for the discerning
shopper!
Among the more unusual
items donated are two boats (a 20
ft. Wellcraft and a 15 ft. Sunskiff)
with trailers, a 1988 Buick sedan,
and a gas-powered golf cart. A
large quantity of fitness equip-
ment Is available, as well as beds
and bedding, office furniture,
appliances including a washer
and dryer, a 600 ft. section of car-
pet in good condition, artwork,
books, ceiling fans and light fix-
tures, children's toys, a wicker
love-seat, living room chairs, a
microwave cart, clothing, house-

Mexico Beach AARP
The Mexico Beach chapter of
the AARP will be meeting 'on
October 20 at 1:00 p.m.,. CT, at
the Mexico Beach Civic Center.
The program will include
questions and answers period
with local election candidates.
Refreshments will be served.


Food Store
6 Discount iUquors

(850) 227-1897
Fax 227-3800
2411 Highway C-30
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Owners:
Boyd & Paula Pickett


hold items and much more.
This year's fund-raiser is des-
igrated for the parsonage building
fund. The community tradition-
ally supports this annual event
with great enthusiasm and late-
comers won't find much. left!
Spend the day on beautiful St.
George Island and enjoy a fun-
filled shopping excursion at the
same time! Donations may be
brought to the church or ,can be
picked up by calling (850) 927-
3807.


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SVote For And Elect

SLINIDA

ROBERTS
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NOVEMBER 7, GENERAL ELECTION

"A Qualified Candidate"

EDUCATION:
1961 Honor, Graduate, Port St. Joe
High School
B.A. Degree in English and
Education, Florida State University
e -QUALIFICATIONS:
Classroom Experience as a Florida
Certified Teacher
20 Years in Business, Wood's
Fisheries, Inc. of Port St. Joe and
Buddy's Seafood Market and Steam
Bar, Panama City Beach
Involved in Church, Community,
and School Activities
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THANK YOU DIST. 1 VOTERS


I want to thank each and every one of you who

helped me win the 2nd primary. I ask for your con-

tinued support again in the General Election (Nov.

7th). Give me a chance, I will be

there for you. Thank You,


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PAGE 6A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2000


FHP License and
Vehicle Checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver license
and vehicle inspection check-
points from October 13th through
19th 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. Diane S
United Meth
some of the
AARP 55 Alive Offered by the young
Society, is v
in Several Locations
You to can become a more
alert and safer driver: Help build a
senior drivers.,
The program is a driver .. f ou
improvement course for all drivers Gulf Cou,
50 years of age and older. Every poundayrters too
driver age, 50 and over, really reporters too
should take this course to make soundsthat v
the roadways safer for everyone. Visit Flor
There .are no examinations, no county ...Tou
driving tests and no chance of los- Office' hsted
ing your license, and it can get away as the
you a discount on your auto several Cana
insurance. znes. In-gro
This highly effective, drivers the reporters
refresher course is approved and Couns area
encouraged by the state and fed- Carolyn
eral governments, The purpose of hitchka guide
thd.: AARP 55 Alive, Driver Safety the vistas of tl
Program. is to help. intior,drivers
become more aware of. and to
cope with, hazards on the road,
age-related physical changes and
hazardous weather driving condi-
tions. It covers new laws, highway
signs and road markings, and the,
safety aspect of driving. The
effects' of alcohol and the danger
of alcohol plus medications will be
discussed. Also discussed will be
ways to avoid the criminal while
getting into, out of, and while dri-
ving a car. These are just a few of
the topics covered, plus much
much more.
These classes are offered at
several different places. .. .
The Mexico ,Beach AARP
Chapter #4325 will be held at the
Mexico Beach Civic Center,
behind Parker Realty on Monday
and Tuesday, October 16th and
17th, from 9:00 a.m. till 1:00 p.m.
CT.
The Wewahitchka State
Bank. will be sponsoring this
course in the Wewahitchka State
Bank. Main Office, located at 125
Highway 71 North in
-Wewahitchka, on Tuesday and
Wednesday. October 24 and 25,
from. 9:00 a.m. until 100 p.m.,
CT.
The Port St. Joe AARP
classes will be held at the Senior
Center, located at 120 Library
Street in Port St. Joe, on Tuesday
and Wednesday, October 24th
and 25th, from 9:00 a.m. until
1:00 p.m., ET,
To cover some' -of the
expenses, a fee of $10 per person
will be collected, preferably in the
form of a check, to be made out to
AARP.
Classes will. be presented in
two four-hour sessions over a
two-day period, it will be
instructed by Dick McLaughlin, a
trained MRP volunteer. Upon
completion of the course, a certifi-
.cate will be issued to each partic-,
ipant to give or send -to your
Insurance Company for a dis-
Scount. These certificates are good
for three years, then the course
must be" taken again.
Every driver age 50 and over
needs to re-evaluae their abilities
on the road.
Please don' t be one of those'
people who believe there is noth-
ing more to learn because you
have been driving for 40, 50 or 60
years. Millions of people that have
taken this course would prove you
wrong.


For the deal of your life,
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Boggy Bayou Mullet Fest


Canine Food Drive
ealey, director of the youth, group for the First
hodist Church of Port St. Joe, is shown above with
food collected during three food drives conducted
g people. The beneficiary, the Gulf County Humane
'ery appreciative of all the group has done.



edia Blitz"


nty was a buzz on
:tober 8, as' 15
k to theL sights and
w'e call home.
nida and the Gulf
rism Development
reporters from as far
New York Post and
dian Travel Maga-
ips of three to five,
visited man' tof Gulf
s of interest.
Husband of' Wewa-
:d a group through
ie Dead Lakes to the


sweetness of Lanier's "Honey,
House."
Others enjoyed horseback rid-,'
ing on the cape with Broke-A-Toe,
tours of the Port St. Joe Marina',
St. Joseph State Park, and canoe-
ing in pristine St. Joseph Bay.
The .reporters went home in'
'awe of' Gulf .County's natural
Beauty, and grateful for its south-
ern hospitality.
A special thinks for each. per-
son who gave his or her time to
make this "Media Blitz" a success.:


'There's too many kinds of
food out here. I can't possibly try
all of it!"
That's the complaint most
often heard at the Boggy Bayou
Mullet Festival. It's understand-
able since more. than 50 food
Booths feature many offerings;
'from seafood such as shrimp or
alligator on a stick, gumbo,
teriyaki, shrimp kabobs, shrimp
tempura, West Indies salad, fried
crab claws and of course, mullet;
to a variety of ethnic foods, .
including: Greek, Italian,
Philippine Creole/Cajun,. Thai,
and German. There is, of neces-
sity, some duplication of the more
popular foods but the food com-
mittee holds this to a minimum.
For the kids, young and old,
there will be funnel cakes, hot
dogs, hamburgers, frozen lemon-
ade, drinks served in fresh-cut
coconuts and hot apple dumpl-
ings with ice cream.
The popularity of recent
entertainment tends. to obscure
the fact that the Mullet Festival is
a food ood festival with arts and crafts
and other activities as well as
entertainment. A large arts and,
crafts show will make for some
unique Christmas shopping
between savory bites. This is a
juried show which features only
original, high-quality work. All
exhibitors are eligible for the "Best
of Show" Purchase 'Award.
Additionally, hand made or-deco-
rated clothing will be available in
the Boutique Section.'
Admission to the festival is $2
per day for ages 12 and older.
Children under 12 are admitted
free. Parking is free as is all of the
stage entertainment.
The Mullet Festival will be
located at the intersection of State
Road 85 North and College Road,


about one-half mile north of
Niceville.
To find the festival site 'from
outside the local area, take
Interstate 10 to Exit 12 at
Crestview and drive south on SR
85 for about 14 miles. The festival
will be visible on the left as you
enter Niceville's city limits.
No coolers, pets or glass con-
tainers are permitted. For more
information; call Walt Spence at
(850) 678-1615, weekdays.


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Phone (850) 227-1133 ...
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An .Important Message




For Our 'Members

















October 6. 2000





JOSEPH T. MANNING As a Member-Owner, you are special. Unlike profit-oriented financial institutions which
ClinII of nQi'e,' Boi1rd '/ have stockholders, you belong to a cooperative of oer 70,000 account holders w.ho own
Trndall Federal C '6dit Union, a share of Tyndall Federal Credit Union. Regardless of Nour account balance, you have a
unique opportunity to play an active role in the growth of Tyndall Federal by serving as
an elected official and by exercising your right to '4ote at the next annual election.

We are seeking qualified men and women to serve on the Tyndall Federal Board of
Directors. The Board of Directors is responsible for the general direction of the Credit
Union, The term of office for this position is three years. Elected officials serve on a
volunteer basis and are not compensated that's one reason it takes special people to
Serve the needs of their fellow Members.

Our Bylaws require that you be a Member at least 18 years of age to run for elected
office. You will be expected'to devote the necessary time :t perform your credit union
volunteer functions. Some knowledge of accounting, economics, or el'ted buin'ss'i : '
principles and practices will be helpful in fulfilling your duties.

If you are interested in the future of your credit union and are willing t6'take an active
role in its growth, please contact Barbara Buchanan, Executive Assistant, at 747-4443.to
request a Volunteer Application Form. All applications must be received no later than
5:00 p.m., Monday, November 6, 2000.

I hope you will consider this rewarding opportunity to lend your'expertise and guidance
to your credit union. Tyndall Federal. a tradition of service.

Suicerel,.



Joseph T. Manning
Chairmnnan of the.Board


TYNDALL FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
3109 Minnesota Ave. Lynn Haven, FL 32405
P.O. Box 59760 Panama City, FL 32412-0760
850-769-9999 888-TYNDALL


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2000 PAGE 7A


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CRACKED DOPE CASE
!On Wednesday, October 4,
Guf County Sheriffs. Office
Investigator Tim Hightower
arrested Larry L. Jackson, 48, of
Port St. Joe, for five counts of the
sale of cocaine.
'Jackson sold crack cocaine
five times between September
15th and 17th to an undercover
operative working for the.sheriffs
office. He was first appeared by
Judge Glenn Hess and his bond
was set at $7,500. -
CHARGES RESULT OF CRASH
On Friday, October 6th,
Justin Ortiz, 19, of Wewahitchka,
was arrested on a warrant for
vehicular homicide by Sergeant
Burt Lanier. The charges are a
result of a car crash that hap-
pened on April 1st of this year n
which Nathaniel Foster was
killed.
Ortiz was first appeared by
Judge Hess and his bond was set
at $75,000.
A CAR LOAD OF ARRESTS
On Tuesday, October 3rd,
Deputy Chris Buchanan stopped
a vehicle that he suspected was
being operated by an impaired
driver.
While the deputy was speak-
ing to the driver, the front seat
passenger identified himself to
PSJPD Officer Russell Birch as
"Chris Johnson." Deputy


Buchanan had asked the driver,
Dustin Mallon, 20, of
Apalachicola, who was in the
vehicle with him, and he identi-
fied the same passenger as
Damien White.
It was determined that White,
18, of Apalachicola, gave false
information and he was placed
under arrest for such.
SMarijuana Was also found
under the passenger .seat and in'
the ash tray of the vehicle. Mallon
and White, along with passengers
Donald Sanders (18), Michael
Pierce, Jr. (19), and Lawerence
Ray (20). also residents,, of
Apalachicola, were all arrested,
with possession of marijuana.
POCKET FULL OF TROUBLES.
Sunday: October 8th.
Christopher Wallen. 31 of'
ewahitchka. was arrested and
charged with battery by Sergeant.
Stacy Stnckland and Deputy Paul
'Beasley. 'When he was arrested.
the deputies found a plastic bag
of marijuana in his pants pocket.
so he was additionally charged
with possession of marijuana.
ROLLIN' SALE NEGATED!
: ,'On Sunday, October 8th,
Behita Judson, 38, of
Apalachicola., was observed mak-
,ing contact with a suspected drug
dealer near Royal Street in Port
':St. Joe. ,
The vehicle was stopped at
the corner, of Avenue A and
Highway 71. The, driver, of. the
vehicle, Johnson, was informed of,
what the:deputy had'seen and she


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.:Shrimp *Crabs
S.Groceries Gumbo
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INDASS I. :Beer & Wine
A Blue Bunny Ice Cream.

227-1670 On C-30A south of Port St. Joe

New Fall Hours: Tuesday-Thursday: 12-8 p.m.,
Friday -Saturday: 12-9 p.m., Closed Sunday & Monday



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Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach, Florida 648-8950


BREAKFAST SUNDAY SPECIAL
October 15th-Serving from 11:00
Friday Sunday Corn Beef & Cabbaye
7-11 CST Complete Meal $.
; .tax andgratuity not included

Entertainment:
Sunday Nites from 4 unul 8

Closed Monday & Tuesday
Open Wed & Thurs.,- 11-9 Fri. Sun. 7-9
Owner: Carol Dow


took a bag of suspect cocaine
from her mouth.
The substance field tested
positive for cocaine and Judson
was arrested for possession of
cocaine.
RECENT BOOKINGS AT THE GULF
COUNTY JAIL ...
Monday, October 2nd-Lizia
Hardy, 39, W/F, of Panama City,
violation of probation (re: six
counts of worthless checks); and
George Whitfield, 26, W/M, of
Howard Creek, arson and four
counts of aggravated assault.
Tuesday October 3rd-
William Steve Mayo, 44, W/M, of
Wewahitchka, two counts of viola-
tion of probation (re: driving
under the influence and -driving
while license suspended or
revoked); Jamial Fenn, 23, B/M,
of Port St. Joe, child support;,
Stephen Giffen, 29, W/M, ,of Port
St. Joe, 'violation of probation (re:
burglary of a structure); and
Robert Hyman, 41 ,W/M, of Port
St. Joe, ,violation of probation (dri-
ving under the influence).,
Thursday, October 5th-
Jarry Owens, Jr. 25, W/M, of
Wewahitchka, battery; and Robert
Chason, 40, W/M, .of Panama
City,; violation of probation (re:
driving while license suspended
or revoked, fleeing, and resisting
without violence) and violation of
community control (re: felony dri-
ving under the influence).
Friday, October 6th-William
Mims, 21, W/M, of Wewahitchka,
driving under the influence with
bodily injury, driving while license
suspended or revoked, and reck-
less driving.
Saturday, October 7th-John
Taylor, 34, W/M, of Wewahitchka,
violation of probation (re: driving
under the influence and property
damage).

PSJPD Rqiort)

No LICENSE To TRAVEL
On Saturday, September
30th, at approximately 5:35 p.m.,
Cecil Harold Lyons, III was
charged with driving while his
license was suspended or revoked
by Port St. Joe Police Department
Sergeant James Hersey.
While on patrol Hersey
observed Lyons' vehicle traveling
at 57 in a 45 m.p.h. speed zone
and initiated a traffic stop.
Further investigation revealed
that Lyons' license was suspend-
ed.
DETERMINED To DRIVE-UNLICENSED
Mark A. Cumbie, 32, of Cape
San Bias, was arrested on
Wednesday, October 4th, at about
10:30 p.m. by Officer Russell
Burch.
While the officer was answer-
ing a call, he obtained informa-
tion that Cumbie was driving a
vehicle without the permission of
the owner and that he had no
valid license. Burch and the
owner located the vehicle in ques-
tion and officer Burch initiated a
traffic stop.
Contact was made' with


Letters
to the Editor...


Cumbie. who advised Officer
Burch that his driver's license
was suspended. This factwas ver-
ified, and Cumbie was placed,
under arrest.
Further investigation revealed
that Cumbie was also in posses-
sion of his suspended driver's,
license-a, criminal offense. He
was transported to the Gulf
County Jail where he was charged
\\ith the two offenses.
TESTING TELLS THE TALE
Officer James Stephens
arrested Robert W. Hodges, 49, of
Port St. Joe, on Wednesday,
October 4th, at approximately
1:58 a.m. for .driving under the
influence.
While on patrol, the officer
observed a vehicle' being operated
in an erratic, manner and initiated
a traffic stop. Upon making con-
tact with Hodges, Stephens
detected a strong odor of an alco-
holic beverage coming from his
person.
Further investigation revealed
that Hodges was operating a
motor vehicle under the influence
and he was placed under arrest.
Hodges submitted to a legal test
to determine the alcohol content
of his breath. The test confirmed
that he was indeed influenced,
with readings of 0.093, 0.126 and
0.122.
Hodges was transported to
the Gulf County Jail to await first
*appearance.
WHERE'D HE Go?
The Port St. Joe Police
Department is currently seeking.
Curtis Thomas Lewis, a black
male born on January 8, 1952 (48
years of age). He is wanted on two
active warrants from Marion
County.
Anyone who has information
of his location is asked to please
contact the department at 229-
2677 or 227-1414.


Swindled???
Dear Editor,
I wonder what you would
think of a business person that
would sell an item announced on
sale for $100 and then less than
two weeks later reduce the price
on that item to $30.
I, like quite a few others were
caught in this swindler's trap.
When I learned of this I was


I a


furious beyond explanation that
someone would sink so low for the
almighty dollar. But then christ-
ian charity came into being and
my fury subsided.
I shall leave immediately for
Panama City where I will buy that
business person a nice set of
Firestone tires.
Sincerely,
Walt Raywood


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PSJ High School Band
to Perform at Troy State
The Port St. Joe High School's
marching band will perform at
halftime of the Troy State
University-Southwest Texas State
University football game on
Thursday, October 12 .as TSU
holds .its second annual Band
Day.
The Port St. Joe High School
Band will join 18 other high
school bands and the TSU Sound
of the South Marching Band in




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one of the largest halftime shows
ever held at Memorial Stadium,
according to Robert W. Smith,
Director of Bands at TSU.
"We'll have about 1,300 peo-
ple marching and playing at one
time," he said. "We're pleased
director Mitch Bouington is bring-
ing his outstanding band to Troy
State."
Smith said Band Day gives
high school performers a chance
to visit Troy State University and
get a closer look at the band pro-
gram.
Smith said the combined
bands will perform "All Night
Long" by Lionel Richie and "My
Home's in Alabama" by Alabama.
Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30
p.m. at Richard M. Scrushy Field
at Memorial Stadium. For tickets,.
call the TSU Athletic Department
at 1-877-TS-TICS.


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First Annual Senior Olympics
A flaming torch (that was blown out by the wind) and good-
will opened the First Annual Senior Olympics presented by !eri-
Care Assisted Living Center. The Leadership Class of Port St. Joe
High School played a major role in the event which was held on
Friday, September 29th.
Residents, volunteers, and students took part in the day-
long activity as they competed in various levels of games, won
gold and silver medals, ate hot dogs, and generally had a good
time. Heartfelt thanks are extended to all who participated. On
this day, everyone was a winner!


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2000 PAGE 9A

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Again!.

Shirley Jenkins, your
candidate for Gulf County Tax Collector,
expresses sincere thanks to her supporters in
the Run-off Election on October 3, 2000.

a On November 7th, 2000 in the General
Election, your vote is needed and requested
again. Please remember Shirley's experience
dedication, and willingness to serve.

Your continued support is genuinely appreciate
and humbly solicited.

With a grateful heart,

QUALIFIED-- DEPENDABLE-HONES
PD. POL. ADV. BY SHIRLEY JENKINS CAMPAIGN. APPROVED BY SHIRLEY JENKINS, DEMOCRAT.


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SENIOR CITIZENS'
SERVICES IN GULF COUNTY
"We must provide the community support services which enable
our senior citizens to maintain their independence and dignity."


McGruff Visits Head Start
Gulf County Sheriffs Office Sergeant Mark Cutler and
"McGruff" stopped by to visit the local Head Start classroom.
The character enhances the importance of crime prevention and
gave the children a demonstration of the neat gadgets that are
housed in Sergeant Cutler's car.


STEVE MATINCHECk


for MAYOR


MEXICO BEACH



I PLEDGE TO:

>- Rein in City Spending

>- Review All City Contracts

>- Develop Long Range Vision

for City

>- Revise and Clarify Land

Development Regulations

>- Address Drainage Problems

>- Have a Friendly and Welcome

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'0rne in four residents of Gulf
JCounty is over sixty years old.
As more people find the advan-
tages of living, here, we will see an
increase of folks from other areas
that establish second homes or
retirement residences. far from
their families and communities.
South Florida has many exam-
ples of predominantly seniors'
communities, often with mimi mum
age restrictions. Gulf County may
see this type of community devel-
oped, and with it an expectation of
home-based support sen ices to
allow people to continue to live
independently.
G ulf County Senior Citizens
.Association is an asset to our
community for the assistance and
support it provides to seniors.
Their programs include home and
congregate meals, transportation,
personal care, and many other
important functions that extend
the independence of people in their
own home.
Budgets for senior services in
Gulf County are a combination
of State, Federal, and County
funds, .totaling only $325,000


annually to serve over 600 people
with a staff of just six people, aind
a lot of volunteers. Almost 85% of
the funds received go directly into
services, an amazing statistic com-
pared to most social or charitable
agencies.
Gulf County has an obligation to
our senior citizens that find them-
selves in positions of need without
the abilities to continue their inde-
pendence. This, year our County
will provide just $22,750, or less
than 7% of the modest budget
needed to help our senior citizens.
T oday, poverty impacts 1,000-
families in Gulf County. One in
four families are comprised of a
single individual. We are certain to
experience a disproportionate
growth in older people as the
impact of retirement-oriented
development hits Gulf County. We
have a moral responsibility to take
care of our older citizens who find
themselves alone and in need.
A s your County Commissioner,
I will work to develop the fund-
ing- necessary to provide for the
needs our senior citizens, and
maintain their independence.


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WHS Homecoming Scenes


Homecoming court lines up for halftime festivities.


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Cheerleaders tossed balls into the excited crowd.


WHS Gator cheerleaders were in a festive mood late in the game.


Gator coaches


The Gator defense swarms in Apalachicola's backfield.


Another great halftime show!


The Night of
The Warriors.
The Wewa Warrior Football,
league traveled to Greensboro to
meet the Gretna Cowboys on
October 3. The first game of the
night featured the Teeny Mites
who shut out the Cowboys 12-0.
The Teeny Mites' scoring attack
was led by quarterback Cody
Wade on a bootleg for a 70-yard
touchdown in the first quarter.
Later in the game Wade com-
pleted a touchdown pass to Billy
Peak .for the final score. The.
,strong Teeny Mite defense held
the Cowboys scoreless through
four quarters.
The second game featured the
Tiny Mites who also shut out the
Cowboys 22-0. Ryan Pippin' led
the quick offense with a 50-yard
end, around. Pippin also caught; a
two-point conversion pass.
.Chance Knowles put the next
six points on the board with a 60
yard run. In the fourth quarter,
Chase Harvey scored on a QB
Keeper and. the two-point conver-
sion was successful on reverse.
. The hard-hittingg Pee Wee
Team played the last game of the
night. The Warriors struck first on
a reverse by Dee Baker from 35
yards out. The, second score of the
game was a hard run up the mid-
dle by David Edwards from 12
yards out. The two-point conver-
sion wag good on a quarterback
keeper from Josh Pitts.
The Cowboys came out in the
second half and put a quick score
on the board to bring the game to
14-6. The Warriors then took the
ball in on a 65-yard sweep by
Johnny Jones. The two-point con-
version was good on a reverse by
Roy Suber. The Cowboys scored
* once more before time ran out
leaving the score 22-12. Way to go
Warriors.
The next, game will be at
Gator Field Saturday 14, at 9:00
CT, when the Warriors will host
the Bnstol Bulldogs.


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Jerry BARNES hasI
been a Resident of Gulf County
for 45 years. Jerry & Elaine live
in District Five, Plese gote for,,
Jerry BARNES-One of our own.
. for County Commissioner, District 5


PD. POL. ADV. BY JERRY W, BARNES. APPROVED BY JERRY W. BARNES (Di.


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Cindy Belin has

already knocked

on 2,500 doors!

The Supervisor of Elections
should be someone you can I;
trust to do the best job for i r '
the citizens of Gulf County. .i

After all, it's the Supervisor
of Elections whom we entrust with our right to vote.

That's why everyday Cindy Belin is walking door-to-
door somewhere in our county. Cindy thinks your
vote is worth walking for and wants you to know
that she will work hard to get the job done right.

Isn't that the kind of Supervisor of
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On Tuesday, November 7, VOTE


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2000 PAGE 11A


Wewahitchka
r, i"
S The Wew itchka Gators cap- half. Kram
ilalized on tree first quarter point for a 3
j'Onovers by Apalachicola to pave with :43 sec
tBe way to a 45-8 win over the sion.
..arks Friday night. The,Gators Apalach
proved to 4-2 overall- and 2-1 in punt attemi
strict 2-A play. third quarter
'. "It's good to be back on a win- only score o:
Siig track.". said head coach lender score
Grant Grantham. "I thought our then added
,k.ds played real hard." sion to narr
Ryan Baker set up the Gators' 33-8.
'first touchdown of the night when Wewahi
tle. recovered a Shark" fumble on intercepted
.the Apalachicola 37 yard line. On midway thr
first and 10 from the Sharks' 14 and return
,yard line, quarterback Brandon la 49 yard
$-nd scored on a 14 yard keeper to drive with
give the Gators a 6-0 lead with run to give t
,4:03 left in the first quarter. Jones with 5:21 le
also had a nine yard mun during Byron
the drive. Gators' fin
Apalachicola returned the game when
ensuing kick-off to the Gators' 37 ond' pass
yard line, giving the Sharks good returned it 1
d*field position. However, on the I. yard line. D
Sharks' second play from scrim- in from thr
mage, P. J. Addison picked up an Wewahitchk
o Apalachicola fumble and returned 2:21 left in
it 65 yards for the Gators' second Quarter
touchdown of the night. Matt led the W
. Kramer added the extra point to rushing for
t| give Wewahitchka a- 13-0 lead ries. He als
, with 3:03 remaining in the quar- pass attempt
t ter. Harold
The Gators extended 'their ries for 49 v
lead to 19-0 when Derrick rushed five
SWilliams picked off an Apalachico-
la pass attempt and returned it 25 Chris N
i yards for a touchdown as :time led the Gal
expired in the first'quarter.; tackles eac
quarterback
Wewahitchka put together a one. Sean T
three-play 59-yard drive on thefr s tackles
first possession of the second Baker addei
quarter, Jones connected with had two nt
Myron Vann for a 51 yard touch- rickWilliam
down to cap off the dnve. Kramer
added the extra point to give the The Ge
Gators a 26-0 lead with 8:14 left week, and
, inithehalf. ty October,
P. J. Addison returned an big District
Apalachicola punt 53 vards for Blldogs nto
the Gators' fourth touchdown of Bulldogs to
the night and final one of the first play-offs.

Shark

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In the fl
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Have-Lunch- team was
with inexperience
TTT1RT Gators teec
SHIRLEYl .. BayCountr
KINS squad comi
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Candidate for Jeffrey Fair
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Tax Collector, a 45. Othe
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SPlace before the
P. lace: was on Oc(
Frank Pate Park travelled to
for a match
Time: and Godby.
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er added the extra
3-0 Wewahitchka lead
:onds before intermis-
icola-blocked a Gator
pt with 9:08 left in the
r to set upthe Sharks'
f the night. Chase Mil-
d from four yards out,
the two-point conver-
ow the Gators' lead to
tchka's Byron Jones
a Shark pass attempt
ough the third quarter
d it to the Apalachico-
line. Harold Williams
he three-play 49-yard
a 32 yard touchdown
the Gators a 39-8 lead
ft in the quarter.
Jones set up the
al touchdown. of the
he intercepted his sec-
of the night and
to the Apalachicola six
)aniel Jordan plunged
ree yards out to give
.a a 45-8 lead with
the third quarter.
*back Brandon Jones
Vewahitchka offense.
58 yards on eight car-
o completed six of 10
>ts for 111 yards.
Williams had nine car-
ards, and Ryan Baker
times for 24 yards.
elson and Myron Vann
tors' defense with 10
ch. Nelson had two
sacks and Vann had
Kerrigan followed with
and a sack. and Ryan
d a sack. B Ton Jones
erceptions, while Der-
is picked off one pass.
ators are open this'
will host Liberty Coun-
20th at 7:00 CT in a
2-A match-up. The
d a win against the'
stay in contention for
ic bid to the Class A


Golfers Defeat
n Co. Match
final home match of the
boys varsity shark golf
victorious against an
ed Gator squad. On
th ',the Sharks and
d it up at St. Joseph
y Club with the St. Joe
.ng o0t on top 174ato
ng the Shark attack
Reinholtz with a 42.
cloth fired a 43, Ryan
I4, and Bryan Thomas
er Shark scores were
mm, 49 and Joey
harks final tuneup
district tournament
:tober 10 when they
Quincy Country Club
Against R. F. Monroe


Elect


Kathy Kingsland for Mayor


Dear Mexico Beach Citizens:

In the private sector, I was responsible for
overseeing the financial and budgetary operations,
human resources and purchasing for projects
ranging from $25 to $150 million dollars. Not only
do I own a small business in Mexico Beach, but"
also, I am an auditor and consultant for two major
international construction/engineering firms. I have
been actively involved in our community. serving
on the Planning and Zoning Board and the Special
Events Committee. I researched the water and'
sewer rate study and found an err6r in the, billing
that resulted in a credit on our water bills. I believe
my business experience and community activism
will be an asset to our city.


I believe we should focus on


Improving the roads, pier and canal
Preserving our natural resources
Providing city services on a cost effective basis
Long range vision plan to address growth
issues, LDR, future improvement projects and


tourism


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I believe our elected officials and city employees
should be
* Fiscally responsible
* Dedicated to improving Mexico Beach .
* Responsive to the needs of the citizens

I want to hear from you what you want for our
community. Please join me at the El Governor on
Sunday, October 151 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. CST
for refreshments and one on one conversation. .
PD. POL ADV. BY KATHY KINGSLAND CAMPAIGN. APPROVED BY KATHY KINGSLAND I


BUCCANEERS
COACHES:
PAT FLOYD
KEITH (DUKE) JONES
CURTIS RAY
LEONARD RAY
KEN CHAMBERS
STEVEN FENNELL
PLAYERS:
ASHLEY FENNELL
ZACK TARANTINO
ZEKE STEVENS
MICHAEL QUINN'
RASHAWN E THOMAS
ZACK LEE
D.J. JONES
RODNEY BEFORE
RASHARD ROUSE
SAM COX
STEVEN FENNELL
GAGE BLEVINS
WARREN FLOYD
SCOTT QUINTANA
LOGAN WILSON
ANDREW CANINGTON
LANCE WATSON
JEREMY/BAXLEY
JUSTIN HENDERSON
JOSEY FREEMAN
CHARLIE PERSALL
^ ZACK SCOGGINS
v MATTHEW DODSON


"We're looking forward to a
good game against Liberty County
iiT two weeks," concluded
Graritham'.
Score by Quarters
Sharks 0 0 8 0 8
Gators 19 14 12 0 45


STATISTICS
WEWA
First Downs 7
Rushes/Yds. 26/145
Passing Yards 111
Total Yards 256
Passes 6/10/0
Fumbles/Lost 0/0


AHS
4
31/105
0
105
0/5/3
8/3


P. J. Addison returned punt 53 yards for a touchdown. Myron
Vann leads the way with this pancake block.


Penalties/Yards 10/80
Punt Returns 3/105


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RICHARD JACKSON
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MIKE BYRD
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CARLOS LIKELY
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DOLPHINS
COACHES:
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BLAKE DENTON
BRENT VICKERY
CHARLES BEAMON
MARK SLATER
TONY CLEMONS
PLAYERS:
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SAWYER STEWARD
CORBIN VIXKERY
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BRANDON CHEHARDY
STEVEN DENTON
JUSTIN DOWNUM
GREG FRAMER
MIKE FRANK
CLIFTON LEGRONE
JESSE LINTON
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A host of Sharks, led by Rashed Brown, Jacob Tankersley and
Tyson Davis, close in to make a tackle Friday night.


PSJ Dixie Baseball
Port St. Joe Dixie Baseball
League President Stacy Strick-
land has announced that .plans
have been made for election of
officers for the upcoming 2001
baseball season. He encourages
all parents of players who will


participate in the league in the
spring to attend and have input in
the choice of leaders of the youth
program.

The meeting will be held at
the Stac House, on Eighth Street
in Port St. Joe on Thursday,
November 2nd.


, VOTE NOV. 7th A I


COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 3
"I will never change my position on the status of Highway 98. 1 am
opposed to giving up the right-of-way to developers at the expense and
hardship of the people." F pj. P 1 LCr[i F Cr mpoiI .pp d byi. 'd Fo fD


Sharks Celebrate Homecoming with 41-0 Victory


The Port St. Joe Sharks,
ranked #6 in the latest Class A
poll, scored on their first six offen-
sive possessions of the first half
and downed the ball on their sev-
enth to take a 41-0 lead over'
Blountstown Into halftime. The
Sharks didn't put any more points
on the scoreboard during the sec-
ond half of play, but continued to
dominate defensively as they
improved to a 5-1 record overall
and 3-0 in District 2,-A.
"We came out real focused.-"
said head coach Chuck Gannon.
"This was one of the best games
that we've played offensively and
defensively since I've been here as
a head coach." r /
The Sharks' defense, led by:
Jacob Tankersley and Lamar Pat-
terson, flew to the football all
night making big plays. They did
not allow Blountstown a first
down until the Tigers' second pos-
session in the second half of play.
Port St. Joe took the opening
kick-off of the game and drove the
length of the field to quickly take
a 6-0 lead with 9:06 left in the
quarter. Quarterback Seneca
Chambers got the drive started
when he hooked up with Kyron
Bailey on second and seven for a
15 yard gain. Lamar Patterson
then picked up 26 yards on the
ground, before Chambers and
Bailey teamed up on another
hitch route- this time .for 13
yards. Patterson capped off the
six-play 58-yard dnve with a four
yard run, followed by a ,two yard
touchdown run.
The Sharks' defense gave the
offensive unit good field'position
by tackling Blountstown punter
Eric Johnson for a 22 yard loss
after a bad snap on the Tigers'
punt. attempt. The Sharks took
over on the Tigers' .21 yard line
with 7:01 left in the first quarter.
On second and nine, Chambers
connected with Isaiah Jenkins on
a fade route for a 20 yard touch-
down. Sam Bell plunged. in from
three yards to add the two-point
conversion and give the Sharks a
14-0 lead with 6:16 remaining.
"Once we scored on that first
drive, then punched it in again
after the bad snap on their punt
attempt- it took the wind out of
their sails and pumped us up,"
said Gannon. "We got on a roll.
and got hard to stop."
The Sharks drove 65 yards in
seven plays on their next posses-
sion. to extend their lead to 20-0'"
with 2:00 left in the first quarter.
On the first play from scn.mmage,
Chambers picked up 37 yards on
a quarterback keeper. Three plays
later on third down and 11 to go,,
Chambers dropped back to pass
and was forced out of the pocket
by the Tigers' defense, picking up,
-15 yards and a first down. Cham-
bers struck again on the ensuing
play, reeling off 12 yards on a
quarterback draw to set up a two
yard touchdown run by Reggie
Quinn. Quinn's ',run capped off a
seven-play 65-yard drive...
After another great defensive
series, the Sharks took over on
offense on their own 47 yard line.
Rashed Brown capped off the 10,-
play 53-yard drive when he took
the pitch from Chambers on the
option and scored from 11 yards
out. Corey Butler added the extra
point .for a 27-0 lead with 7:30
remaining in the first half. The
biggest play of the drive was when
Chambers connected with Bailey
on a hitch for 24 yards on a third
down and 21 situation.


Port St. Joe's fifth touchdown
of the night capped off a four-play
64-yard drive. Lamar Patterson
took the pitch from quarterback
Isaiah Jenkins, who went in to
replace Chambers, for a six yard
touchdown. Chambers set up the
score when he picked up 52 yards
on the first play from scrimmage
on a quarterback keeper. Butler
added the extra point for. a 34-0
Port St. Joe lead with 4:15 left in
the half.
After a bad punt by the,
Tigers. the Sharks took over on
the Blountstown 46 yard line. On
third and 10 from the 46. Reggie
Quinn broke loose for a 45 yard
gain to set up a one yard quarter-
back sneak by Jenkins for the
Sharks' final score of the half and
night. Butler split the uprights to
give Port St. Joe a 41 -0 lead with
:44 seconds left in the half.


five of six passes for 88 yards. Isa-
iah Jenkins had one catch for 19
yards, and Kyron Bailey caught
four passes for 69 yards.
Reggie Quinn picked up 57
yards on seven carries, Lamar
Patterson had 10 carries for 53
yards and Rashed Brown had 19
yards on five carries.
Jacob Tankersley led the
defense with two solo tackles and
nine assists (11 total) with one
tackle for a loss. Lamar Patterson
had four solos and six assists (10)
with one for a loss and three quar-
terback sacks; Ken Peak had two
solos and five assists (7) with one
for a loss, one caused fumble and
one quarterback sack; Sam Bell
had one solo and five assists (6),
with one quarterback sack; and
Tyson Davis had five assists.
The Sharks have a open week
this Friday night. Their next game


will be in Apalachicola on October
20th at 7:30 ET.
"We've got a few kids sick. The
open week will give them a chance
to get better- it will also give us
another week to get Brian Bizek
back from a broken collar bone he
suffered against Navarre in the.
season opener," concluded Gan-
non.
Score by Quarters
Tigers 0 0 0 0 0
Sharks 20 21 0 0 41
STATISTICS
PSJ BHS
First Downs 11 '6
Rushes/Yds. 39/256 29/58
Passing Yards 88 37
Total Yards 344 95
Passes 5/6/0 4/15/1
Fumbles/Lost 1/1 4/1
Penalties/Yards 2/30 2/20
Punts 1/35 5/28


Port St. Joe quarterback Seneca Chambers (4) breaks through the Tiger defense for a big gain.
Chambers picked up 111 yards on seven carries to lead the Sharks ground game.


The Shark defense, loosened
.up a little in the second half of
play, but stepped up when they
needed to. With first and goal on
the Sharks' eight.yard line, Lamnar
Patterson and John Patrick Floyd
sacked Blountstown quarterback
Eric Johnson for an eight yard
loss. On third and goal from the
16, Patterson got to Johnson
again in the back field for, a nine
yard loss. With fourth and goal
from the 25 yard line, Kyroh Bai-
ley broke up a pass to turn the
ball back over to the Sharks on
downs. -
The Tigers drove deep Into,
Shark territory again. midway
through the fourth quarter. On
second and 11 from the Sharks'
26 yard line, Bailey stepped 'in
front of a Tiger receiver, intercept-
ed Johnson's pass and returned it
57 yards.
"We had a nice homecoming
crowd behind us, and we were
able to get a lot of young kids in
the game," said Gannon.
Seneca Chambers led, the
offense with 111 yards rushing on
seven carries, while completing


IT'S NOT


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DID YOU. KNOW? School Board Members now
seek office as "Non-Partisan" candidates and
run-off races are not final until the last vote is cast

on Tuesday, November 7th Make Yours Count!

The Gulf County School Board provides the educational lead-
ership in the community and is the educational policy maker
for our local public schools. The mission of any school board is
to educate each and every child to the fullest extent of his/her
ability. School Board members serve a 4-year term in office.



ROBWOOERTSD

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PD. POL. ADV. BY LINDA ROBERTS WOOD CAMPAIGN APPROVED BY LINDA ROBERTS WOOD.


Fun Vs Fear


Sam Bell brings down Blountstown quarterback Huck Montgomery
(4) in the backfield for a five yard loss in the Sharks 41-0 victory.


Port St. Joe's Ken Peak sacks Huck Montgomery for a 10 yard
loss as Sam Bell (55) closes in for the assist.


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How do we make it'fun? In our
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During this visit, your child will
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You may feel that you should,
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2000 PAGE 1


. This Year's Health Fair Was A "Huge Success"
'
e rTJ Inter Agency Gulf County ElVIS Geri Care and E C t t Wi s = -


Gulf Pines Hospital, Marquis
Home Health. NlHC Home Care,
Epilepsy Association of the Big
Bend, Faith Christian School,
Hospice of the Emerald Coast,
Vital Aire, Gulf County Health
Department, Gulf County Senior
Citizens. Bay Medical Hospice.


Wellness Center, Sunbridge Care
and Rehabilitation Center, Gulf
Coast Rehab Equipment Inc.
A special thanks is also given
to channel 44 and 53 for the great
publicity and allowing the Inter
Agency Counrcil members to go on
the T.V. station.


msfsay uone.5 vMFter
The winners of the Essay
Contest were as listed below. The
council- members extend their
thanks to the Citizens Federal
Savings Bank for the donation of
850, and $2ij US Savings Bond,
and to Hfungry Hqwies donation of
a gift certificate for 910.


The UrecentIL nclUII alr was a
big success, with over 300 people
in attendance. The main services
provided were cholesterol, acu-
checks, vision and blood pres-
sure, height/weight and
pulmonary functional checks. The
Inter Agency Council members
sponsored this event.
The council members would
like to thank the Piggly Wiggly,
Rich's IGA, The Star, City of Port
St. Joe, Hungry Howies, and all of
the following volunteers for donat-
ing goods, services, or their time
and talents.
Volunteers
Nancy Howze, Amy Miller,
Troy Huckeba, Pamr Sexton, Lyd
Stokoe, Diana Rhames, Susan
Blevins, Tracy Stomp, Mary Lee
Pitts, Pam Perrin, Saul Jones, and
Eddie Gimenez.
The Gulf Pines Hospital
Ladies Auxiliary
Onnie Herring, Mid Belmks,
Dot Pfost, Amelia Davis, Patty
Jamison, Joanne McKeon

Project Grad Makes
Plans for Jail for Bail
SThe Project Graduation com-
mittee has had a busy month with
various projects and fund raiser.
The giant teddy bear was won by
Kim Powell and the rod and reel
was won by Leo Kennedy. Thanks
to Martha Smith for donating the
-teddy bear and to the Port St. Joe
Marina for donating the rod and
reel.
PareInts and students are
continuing to sell tickets for the
Cape getaway. Donations are
$2.00 for a chance at a weekend
getaway at the Cape. This
includes two nights at the Scallop'
Cove Villas, a charter fishing trip
with Greg Fletcher's Indian Pass
Charter, dinner for two at Beach-
combers, and dinner for two at
Indian Pass Raw Bar. Tickets will
be sold at all home football games
and at various local businesses or
one can see a member of the 'class
of 2001 for a ticket. The drawing
for the Cape getaway will be held
at halftime on Friday, November
3. Any tickets sold may be turned
in to Kathy Thomas at Port St. Joe
High School.
Plans are now under way for a
S Jail for Bail. Selected members of
the community will be put in jail
on October 31. The bail is S100
unless the fine is paid prior to
October 31. Selected jailers will
receive notice within the next
week. To avoid jail time please
mail, the fine to Project Gradua-
tion. P.O. Box 485, Port St. Joe,
32456. Attn: Jail for Bail.
The next Project Graduation
meeting will be held on Monday,
October 23 at 6:30 p.m. EST in
the Port St. Joe High School Com-
'mons Area. Please come and sup-
port the graduating seniors.


Several agencies were present at the Health Fair with their ser-
vices. Pictured above is Vital Aire and below one of the agencies is


Wewa Commodity
Recertification
Certification (only) for
Wewahitchka commodity recipi-
ents will take place on
Wednesday. October 18th. from
12:30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m., CT. at
the Community Building. Those
in Wewahitchka whose cards have
expired should bring their neces-
sary papers on that day to recer-
ti,,
The Commodity Office in the
Robert M. Moore Administrative
Building in Port St Joe is open
Monday through Friday (except
holidays) from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00
p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
ET. for certification
Please note that the next com-
modiLy distribution will be in
November. For further informa-
tion. feel free to call 229-9114,
639-5068, or 639-5069 .

Don't Forget
As you think about the holi-
days ahead and Christmas shop-
ping, remember St. James
Episcopal Church Annual Bazaar.
Many lovely craft and food items
can be just what you're hoping to
find. Saturday, November 11. For
further information you may call
Carol Utzinger at 229-9358,



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kids. Pictured above is a huge air maze and to the left the rock climb-
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8th Annual Benefit

Gospel Music Concert


Sheriff William G. "Buddy"
SSmith is having his 8th Annual
.Benefit Gospel Music Concert for
''the Florida Sheriffs Youth
Ranches Saturday night, October
JA, at 7:00 p.m., at the
Blountstown High School
Auditorium. For many years now
Sheriff Buddy Smith has been
very involved in the progress of
the Florida Sheriffs Youth
Ranches.
Once again, the "Lewis
':Family" will be the featured
. group. Tickets are $6 advance
and $8 at the door. Tickets are
:available at most Christian
Bookstores in Panama City,
Marianna, Blountstown, and
other selected stores in the sur-
rounding counties.
Don't miss the Outrageous
"Little Roy" and the world famous
"Lewis Family" while Supporting
the Florida Sheriffs Youth
Men & Womens' Day
The New Bethel Baptist
Church will be ol4serving its
annual Men and Wbmen'6 Day,
Sunday, October 15. The public is
invited to go and be blessed.


Ranches of Florida.
For more information please
contact the Calhoun County
Sheriffs Office at 674-5049.


Revival
First Assembly of God, located
on Brownsville Road in
Apalachicola will be holding a
revival Sunday through Saturday,
October 15 through 21, at 7:00
p.m., ET nightly.
SEvangelist Robin Bailey
Oerbert will' be ministering
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
nights and Sister Wanda Bailey
will be ministering in the Tuesday
night service. Also, Soloist Mary
Lou Cumbie will be ministering in
song several nights through the
week, and on Tuesday night
Elaine Bland and her drama team
will be preforming "Star Wars" as
wonderful skit on spiritual war-
fare.
Pastor Eddie Causey and the
church family invite everyone to
go and be bless of God in these
revival services.


Abe Springs Baptist Church,
located on Highway 275 South,
will be hosting a gospel sing with
local talent on Saturday. October


21, at 7:00 p.m., CT.
The public is Invited to go and
be a part of this gospel sing.


Not going to church?

con1 te ho goof-church can be!

*music y6U pfrew up with
*pre aing you cai use
"'miles and handshakes ...
no matter who you are!

Famil Life Church Hwy98
Sunday 10:30A Apolachicola... E W ... Paoma Ciy
Sunday 10:30 AM
S. Hwy. Re.dA-e
Wednesday 7 PMM 71 0 Family Life Church
Call: 229-LI]E N
S, Wewahitchka


P- BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
'31TCo6lumbus St. St.: Joe-,3,each, .FL 32456: ,,, ,.
A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
: MORNING WORSHIP -11:00 AM ET EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PM ET
S Sunday SLhool 9 45 am e Wednesday Night at 6:00 p.m. Youth
Group Meeting, Bible Study & Prayer Meeting, Choir Practice 7:00 pm
"0 taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the mian 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
S 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 1493
Sunday School .. . .. ..9:45 a.m .
Sunday Mornimg orA.hip ... . 11:00 a.m.
Suindai. Evening Service . ....... 6:30 p.m.
W wednesday .. ..... 7:00 p.m.
We Invite You to Come
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us



first United Methodist Church
S 111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410

Sunday Worship Services:
T traditional ...................... ......... 9:00 a.rm ., CT
ContempQraty ...... ............ 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,
7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET) .
+ r, Sunday School 9:45
"+ ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m, (CT)

THE IREV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor
i l': r :


Discover God's Love!
Everyone'welcome


Long Avenue
BAPTIST CHURCH
1601 Long Avenue, Port St. Joe 229-8691
Worship Sundays at 11 .a.m. and 7 p.m..
Bible Study Sundays, at 9:45 a.im. 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.
Rev. JOHN ADKINS, PASTOR


SEEDS
FROM
THE I
SOWER
Michael A. Guido
Metter, Georgia


A stranger attended a formal,
church wedding, and the usher
asked, "Are you a friend of the '
bride or the groom?"
"Both," came the reply.
'"Sorry, ma'am," said the
usher, "you'll have to choose
sides. There's no place for
neutrals."
That's the way it is with the
Lord. He said, "Anyone who is
not for Me is against Me; if he,
isn't helping Me, he is hurting My
cause."
If you stand aloof from His '
cause. you automatically help'
the devil's cause. Neutral people .
are the devil's allies.
If you refuse to be used by
SGod, you'll find yourself being
used by the godless. ":
You're either on the way, or i
the way which?

Fall Revival
Westside Baptist'. Church
located at 842 West River Road in
Wewahitchka, will be hosting a
series of revival services, Octobere
22 through October 25. On
Sunday. October 22, they will
begin during the 11:00 a.m., CT,
services with evening services
beginning at 6:30 p.m., CT.
Reverend Jbel Wood, pastor of
Hixson First Baptist Church in
Chattanooga, Tennessee, will be
the evangelist. Reverend Wood
has recently returned from the
Ukraine where his church has
built a mission church.
Everyone is invited to attend
and worship with them.

Healthy Lung
Month is October
There is a way to save four to
five 'billion dollars in medical
expenses every year. Give the chil-
dren an environment that is free
from tobacco smoke. Exposure to
secondhand smoke is a major
cause of illness and death among
children in the United States.
Children who a're" regularly
exposed to secondhand smoke
can experience a wide',variety of
health problems which increase
disease and hospitalization,
increase the risk of premature
death, increase of medical
expenses, interfere with growth
and development, and 'hinder
quality of life. .
Children have a right to a
smoke free environment. October
is Healthy Lung month. For more
information about secondhand
smoke and your health, indoor air
quality, and free secondhand
smoke presentations, contact the
American Lung Association. of
Florida, Northwest ,Region at 1-
800-LUNG-USA.


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Fsf CkucC of fe azaene
2420. Lon9 Avenue 'Port St. .Joe, Florida 32456
(850) 229-9596
Sunday School ..... ... ... .... 10 a.m. L4've LIto lthe Lord t ie Ji l"'.'
Sunday Morning Worship ...... ... ... 11 a.m. de -Hs ae w'o.-vl. j fle
Sunday Evening Worship ....... ... 6 p.m L io.d i, tlme bea,.ot,- fi l.h'io e~ .
Wednesday Evening Service .............. 7 p m. Psai, 29 2


The friendly 'place to worship!
S First Baptist Church
MEXICO BEACH
Rusty'Bryan, Associate Pastor & Minister of Music
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
1410sfor Worship Sundays at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
S. BibleStudy Sundays-at 9:00 a.m. (all ages)
S( Wednesday Prayer and Bible Study at 6:00

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




CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS
Singing: Worship:
9 a.m. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Call 229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 3245-7
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue 2


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Conference 2000
The New Covenant MWOC,
located at 252 Avenue E in Port
St. Joe, will be hosting
"Contference 2000" on October 24
through 27.
Tuesday through Thursday
they will be holding services
beginning at 7:00 p.m., on
Wednesday and Thursday there
' will be workshops, and Friday
night is youth emphasis at 8:30
p.m.
Special guests will include
Pastor Jessica Pryce, Pastor
Falvious Pittman, Bishop Donald
and Verdele Rudolph. For more
information, please call 229-
8137.

"Walk to Remember"
S "The Walk to Remember" is
designed to provide care givers
and loss survivors with an oppor-
Stuiity that allows them to memo-
rialize their prenatal, ,infant, or
" parent, grandparent, sibling or
friend. The walk will help to raise
awareness about the importance
i of the grief process for family and
Friends.
The 2nd annual Walk to
Remember, sponsored by the Gulf
County' Interagency Council and
the Bay, Gulf, and Franklin
Healthy Start Coalition. will be
held on Saturday, October 28 at
9:00 a.m. at' Frank Pate Park.
All churches and medical pro-
fessionals 'are invited to join in the
"Walk to Remember." Please share
: this information with your family
and friends and lets all go out to
support one another.

Quiltmaker's Plans
Panhandle Quiltmakers will
meet Thursday evening at 7:00
p.m. in Coldewey Hall at St.
James Episcopal Church.,
Refreshments will be served and
we will have a program. If you
have an item you need help with,
our ladies will be glad to assist
you anyway that might be helpful
to you.
They have bazaar tickets for a
beautiful queen size quilt. The
name' of the quilt this year is
Picket Fence. If you would like a
ticket on this quilt you can con-
tact any member of this guild or
any member of the St. James
Episcopal Church. You may call
the church at 227-1845 or Carol
Utzinger, president of the guild.
All donations will go to the church
for use of the building where they
meet.
All visitors are welcome.

Admit It, Repent, Live It
Why don't people admit sin any-
more?,
We all sin, it's at each of our door.
Some say they made a bad choice,
others just made a mistake.
Sounds like Eve did in the garden,
by blaming It on the snake.
Passing the buck is the name of the
game.
Everybody sins but no one's to
blame.
Let's face It folks we all sin,
don't put the blame on another.
God knows the difference between
our sin, and that'of a Christian
brother.
Lord help.us recognize our own sin,
and ask for cleansing too.
Help us Lord each day we live to
lead other sinners to you.
-Billy Johnson


Dr. Bill Taylor, Pastor


Sunday School


10:00 a.mn.


Sunday Morning Service ... .. ... 11:00
Sunday Evening Service.. .. -,.6:00
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study 7:00,


a.m"
p.m.
p.m,.


Home of FAITH CURISTIAN SCHOOL


Constitution andlMonument
Port St. Joe


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH


Sunday School ........... 9:45 a.m. Methodist Youth
Morning Worship ......... 11:00 a.m. Fellowship . . .. 6:00 p.m.
Evening Worship .. 7:30 p.m.
(850) 227-1724 Wednesday Choir Practice :. 7:30' p.m.'


Rev. Jesse Evans
PASTOR


Diana Sealey
Youth &r Children's Director)


Baptist
BUT THOSE WHO HOPE IN THE LORD WILL
RENEW THEIR 5TRENGTH: THEY WILL 50AR ON
WIN5GS LIKE EAGLE5 15AIAH 40:31
Come Celebrate this Lord's Day With Us!
Upstairs Capital City Bank Building
Bible Study at 9 a.m., Sunday Worship at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Pastor Lee Cordell
Church: 227-1180o http://www.graceeagles.org


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(850) 227-1278


Robert E. Downs, Jr.
Choir Director


Richard Rogers
Richard Rogers, 55, of
Southport passed away Sunday,
October 8. He was a lifelong resi-
dent of Southport and had worked
for the Florida Department of
Transportation.
He is survived by his mother,
Maxine Carter; one sister, Lisa
Lollie and her husband Roy; and
two nephews, Joey and. Patrick
Mastro, all of White City.
Graveside services were held
Wednesday, October 11, at 2:00
p.m. at the Holy Hill Cemetery,
conducted by the Reverend
Marcus Sturdivant. Interment fol-

Thank You
Thank you for the cards, food,
flowers, and especially your
prayers during this difficult-time
of the loss of my, beloved brother,
Lauri Victorine.
Linda Littleton

Tutoring for
Adults Available
Are you looking for a better
job? Literacy Volunteers of Bay
County provide free tutoring for
adults who need help to improve
their reading or math skills. They
are at the Bay County Public
Library; but can meet at any pub-
lic building where space is avail-
able.'
They have trained volunteers
who will meet with you at a con-
venient time to begin your journey
or to help you anywhere along the
way.
The first step is to ask (or
help. Call 872-7500 for literacy.

Say you Saw It In 'The Star!


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love
is
higher
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the
heavens
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lowed. .'
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home of Port St. Joe.

James A. Nickson
James Adam Nickson was:
born on September 7, 1925 to the'
late Mamie and Teddy Nickson-in.
Liberty County. He was a long:
time resident of Port St. Joe, and:
a member of Philadelphia
Primitive Baptist Church. He
departed this life on Tuesday,
October 3. He was preceded in
death by his siblings, Ray
Nickson. Cester Nickson, Charles
Nickson, and Doris Hamilton.
He leaves to cherish his mem-
ory a dear and devoted wife, '
Almeta G. Nickson of Port St. Joe; '
two daughters, Prenita P.' RolackI
of Pensacola, and Sonjia L.
Nickson of Jacksonville; one
granddaughter, Marquetta Rolack"
of Pensacola; one brother, Edward
Nickson of Panama City; three sis-
ters, Jeanetta Plowden and'
Bernice Nickson, both of Sacra-'
mento, California, and Geraldine
Powell of Panama City; his uncle
John Holiday of Miami; his sister-
in-law, Erma Nickson of Miami;
his god-children, Renee Walton of
Jacksonville, Ahmad Skanes,
Joey Peters, and Tristian Register,
all of Port St. Joe; his 'special
friends, Joe Buie, Claude Adams,
Phillip King. and Lovie' Bell
Whitfield of Port St. Joe, and -a
host of nieces, nephews, relatives
and friends. :
Funeral services were held on
Saturday, October- 7, at 12:00
p.m., ET, at Philadelphia Primitive
Baptist Church, with interment
following in Forest Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home.


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

The Wewahitchka Church of Christ
Meets At 2241 Hv)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:;0Q p.m. CT :


-: L FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
S508 SLxteenth Street 227-1756 j 4t. "
S,"l... riteenth Street
Sunday Worship ... . 10 a.m.
Fellowship Time .... 10:45 a.m. co
Adult School ......... 11 a.m.
*Sunday School -" C"'
*Young Children .8 -C. ',
*Nursery Available
Pastor Rev. J. Reid Cameron Highway 71/Cecil Costin Sr. Blvd.


FFirst Baptst Church
102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE
Brent Vickery Buddy Coswell
Pastor Minister of Music & Youth.
Sunday School .... .. . ...... ..9:45 am
Worship Service . . . . 11:00 am
Disciple Training ........ .. ... ... 6:00 pm
Evening Worship ....... ... . 7:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Meeting .. ........ :. 7:00 pm
"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP" )

Teaching the Truth of God's Word

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2000 PAGE 3B


:, News From the Halls of


Wewahitchka


High School


By: Cerrelle Hanes and
h:;: ,Jesse Taunton
Last Friday night was filled
with excitement as Stephanie
KEramer and Jeremy Suber were
.announced as the 2000
V .Homecoming Queen and King.
.The other twelfth grade represen-
-tatives were Patiick Kerrigan and
.Renee Ardire,' Myron May and
4,Teresa'Jackson, Titus Pitman and
Adrian' Jackson, John Poe arid
Tia Clark, Bradley Shavers and
Stbfani. McDaniel, Ernest
Williams and Ashley Hysmith.
SThe court was chosen by stu-
'dents in grades 9-12. The ninth
grade representatives were
Trampus Andrews and Christina
'McClain. The 10th grade repre-
,*sentatives were Andre Williams
and Jana Traylor. The 11th grade
:representatives were Chris Nelson
aid Cerrelle Hanes. Now that
'hhomecoming' is. over things
!around Wewa High are starting to.
settle down.
., Nearly 70 alumni came for
the lunch tlAat the SCA provided
in the Media Center. We are so
pleased that so many of our for-
mer students and teachers made
Their, way back: to their alma
mater. It is always neat to see you
and hear some those crazy tales!
F The 11th grade won the float
contest while, the 10th grade was
Srunner-up. These were part of the
parade that went through the city
at, 2:30 Friday afternoon. The
parade ended at, the Old
SCourthouse -ith a big pep rally.
Last week's' homecoming,
Same was ,a great success as well
S i \h a score of, 45-8 over
Apalachicola. Good jpb guys! The
Gators are off this.' week before
taking on Liberty County on the
20th. They are looking forward to,
getting back into the race for dis-
trict representation at the state
playoffs.
There will be a National
Honor Society meeting for the
p, parents of prospective members
on October 19th at 6:30 p.m.. in
the Commons. NHS members are
Leurrently .selling t-shirts for $5.
ard sweatshirts for $8.
/ Attention' all businesses and
senior parents: Yearbook ads are
available at the following pnces:
1/8 a'jpage-$35: 1/4 page-
$60; j/2 a page-Sl 10; full Page-
.$200."
Conitact the yearbook spon-
Ssor, Abbe Zahra, at the school for'
furtheri- details. You can pick your
own design and personalize your
page any way you choose to do so;
Tickets are now on sale for a
\raffle to support Jason Weathers
ald to' "offset his medical bills.
"Tickets are $1 'and can be pur-
chases from Mrs. Sterzoy. Lots 'of
pnzes will be given away..
The PSAT will be given
.October 21st. Please contact Mr.
l Monks for further information.
The end of the current grad-
ing period is the 12th of October.
'This means that exams will be
given on the 11th and 12th. Third
*and fourth' period exams will be
hon Wednesday, and first and sec-
ond, period exams .will be, on,
.Thursday. If students' are plan-
Pning to leave early on Thursday. "
4l1pby should bringing a note to the
office first thing in the morning.
There is a break for students from
the 13th until school resumes on
Sthe 18th
The boy's cross-country team
4zane.in 4th in -their division last
Saturday at FSU. They run this
week at Niceville.





S;GuLIF COUNTY SCHOOLS
October 1,6- October 20, 2000
MONDAY- Student Holiday
'TUESDAY-Student Holiday
WEDNESDAY-chicken pot, pie,.
green beans, peaches/jelly, roll,
and milk or chef's salad meal. ,
THURSDAY--lasagna. baked pota-
to. mixed fruit, italian bread, and
milk or chels salad meal. ,
FRIDAY-cheese pizza, tossed
salad pears, bread'dressing, and
milk orchef's salad meal.
MENUS SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO
S AVAILABILITY OF FOOD PRODUCTS
,, AND/OR 'OMMODITIES.


The J.V, football team fell
short to Liberty County last
Thursday night Oct. 5th 0-28.
This week, Thursday they play at
Carrabelle at 6:00.
The volleyball team plays
Apalachicola, Chattahoochee and
Port St. Joe this week. The district
is not too far away as action starts
on the 24th. ,
Project Graduation, a post-
graduation celebration for our
seniors, is a vital part of a safe
and, fun graduation weekend.
Please support the fund-raising
efforts of this group. Senior par-
ents. ought to attend the 'next
planning meeting on Oct. 23rd at
7:00 p.m.
Drama Club holds its tryouts
this Thursday. Thespians will be
presenting a One Act play some
time in November. We thank Mrs.
Cherlyn McNamara for her efforts
on behalf of our drama club.
Hold on to your imperfec-
tions, they're what make you
unique!!


The sixth grade students at
NVES recently toured Gulf
Correctional Institute. The experi-
enbe served as a springboard for
some rather creative writing.
Some students wrote poetry or
song lyrics while others penned
detailed descriptions.
Poems inspired by the trip. to
G.C.I.
Life in Prison
written by: Ronald Jones
.Life in prison is dying at an early
age. Never on the same. page, as
yesterday. In prison you dream of
houses, food, and cars, while
behind bars. In prison, you work,
work, work all day but as long as
you obey, you'll be okay.
Daily Life.
written by: Arielle Bragg
We wake up at 5:00 a.m. to
greet the sun's new day,
All the while we're going 'to
eat, we only hear thumping feet,
the sound on the sidewalk, paved.
Silence in the chow room, and
silence as we leave. The women all,
they do is weave.
If we are hurt, we have a
nurse, to fix us so we can get back
to work.
Later we run the obstacle
course, and run it every day.'
The lights go out at 10:00
P.M. but no one can sleep.
There is yelling and talking
and sometimes walking.
Well, that's our day in a place
you don't want to come.
So I'll go to sleep 'til I see the
sun
Take Me Out of the Prison
written by: Robbie Morris (to
the tune of Take Me Out To The
Ball game)
Take me out of the prison. I
don't want to be here. Buy me
some new clothes and a hat,
Watch out! Here comes a guy with
a bat.
I don't like the other inmates.
They always get on my nerves.
Sometimes there is no sleeping, or
you might just get hurt.
I just.want to get out of here
and, .1 want to behave. Early
release sounds real good to me,
cause I'm tired of this mob you
see.
If I ever get out of here, I will
get a job. Even if the pay is not
good, it will beat this mob.
Prison
'written by: Marcie.Jackson
It's hard. Doing the same
thing everyday. You get up. do
your job, and you go to bed.


Some of the teachers at Port St. Joe High School joined' in on the
homecoming festivities and dressed up as their favorite Disney char-
acter. Pictured above 'from left to right are Sue Gannon, Carol
Cathey, Laurel Riley, Diane McKeithen, Angel Barbee, Pat Lowrey,
Lewana' Patterson, and Sarah Johnson.


Nothing special. You have n(
privacy. Can't visit your family.
Meals are disgusting.
You can't even take a showed
by yourself because there are
hundreds of people around yov
all the time. Horrible Maybe 11
you just work; do your job, the
time will go fast. Then you'll gei
out But I said, maybe.
Obstacle Course
written by: Ashley Wreath
I've been to the prison today,
We went through the course tc
play. We leaped through holes;
and hurdled walls. We climbed a
rope, and tried not to fall. We gol
scrapes and bruises, of all shapes
and sizes. That's the obstacle
course. -
Two Days in Prison
written by: Dustin Beatty '
Day One: I get on the bus. i1
smells like dirty underwear,
At the prison, a guard says
Get a box and one pair of under-
wear. This underwear is your besi
friend. You go to lunch, it goes tc
lunch. You get bitten, it gets bit-
ten. Understand?"
"Yes sir!"
Then we walk to the supply
room. The guard talks to us
again.
"What do you want to do with
your personal things?: You may
dispose of them now, or mail
them home. If you choose to mail
them home, 'you have thirty days
to do so."
'Yes sir!"
On the way to the sleeping
room I notice the way the floor
shines. It's perfect, almost like
:chrome. We .are assigned beds; I
have the thiid bed from the door I
sleep on top of the covers because
the bed' is so hard. The guard
shows us the rest of, the prison:
The "rec" room.""
Day Two: WVe wake up to loud
voices and shouting at 5:00 A.M.
and, go to work. I am part of the
yard crew. I will learn to drive the
tractor and cut grass. Two hours
later we go to breakfast. Horrible
grits and hard bread. We have
inspections every: day. Fred was
caught with a knife. He is in lock-
up, .or I guess solitary confine-
ment.
At 1:00 we go.to lunch. It's
horrible. There's no talking. We
have five minutes to eat. You'don't
get a lot. you don't eat a lot. That's
how it is here. Before you know it,
lunch is over.
We go back to work I have to
get on a van with lawn mowers
and weed eaters and one big jug
of water. Now we're stopped on
the side of the road, We unload
the van single file.
A guard with a shotgun
comes out and yells, "Get to work,
now!" We work, and work until
our hands fall off. Cars that pass
by slow down to stare, but we
can't wave or look at them. Now
it's time to go back to eat dinner
for five minutes,' ,. ,
It's 10:00. Time for lights out.
It's loud, people are talking, argu-'
ing, walking around. There's no
way to sleep, and we'll be up
again in ,a few hours. That's two
days in orison:


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Hello students, teachers, fac-
ulty and parents of Port St. Joe
Middle School. I am bringing you
the Middle School News one final
time before I turn my job over to
Anna Salzer, our school presi-
dent. This' is' the end of the first
nine weeks and that means report
cards will be coming home soon.
, First of all I know each and
every one of you are looking for-
ward to October 13th through
17th. That's right, Fall Break is
here and I'm sure there are a lot
of happy, stt4dents and teachers.
Homecoming was last Friday
night and the Sharks, blew the
Blountstown Tigers into next
year! The score was 41-0. Ms.
Quatina Fennell was crowned
Homecoming Queen for the Port
St. Joe High School. Congratula-
tions to the Sharks and to
Quatina.


Congratulations to our sixth-
grade student of the week,
Arsenio Sanders, our seventh
grade student of the week, Jeremy
Couch, anta our eighth grade stu-
dents of the week Casey Flanagan
and Sarah Hutchison.
If you are interested in pur-
chasing a PSJ Football t-shirt,
'Mrs. Lacour has them for $10.00.
That's all the news I have this
week, so I'll sign off. I hope you all
have a safe and happy Fall Break.
Just be careful and always
remember. "God without man is
still God, but man without God is
nothing."


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ILA.n' i eNNews for the Week


s'h CNews Column:,t S
< Faith Christian School


The'Harvest Festival was well
attended' and the day was beauti-
ful. We are thankful for all who
participated and all who helped in
any way. We especially thank our
cooks headed up by Chef Benny
Roberts. Also, it was a pleasure to
work alongside the SWAT group
and the Health Fair personnel.
The kindergarten ,through
,grad six .;students,;competed. in a
coloring contest to, advertise, the
festival. Winners in K-S werePaul
Potts. Karah Bradley, and Chase
Royal, in grade 1, Rachel Jones,
Patricia, Davidson, and Tiffany
Burch, in grade 2, Nate /Taylor,
Violet Jones, and Sean Pridgeon,
in grades 3-4: Sarah Hays, Karla
Wiley, and Chelsea O'Neill, in
grades 5-6; Jennifer Johnson,.
Ryan Taylor, and Zach Taylor.
We forgot to mention last
week that. Mrs. Terri' Nelson's
Kindergarten students visited the
Flour. Mill for an interesting
adventure in learning:,, about


Congratulations
Congratulations to the Port
St. Joe Elementary School
Odyssey of the Mind Team for
2000-2001. -, .Alexa Protsman.
Douglas May, Lenora Weimorts.
Carson Howse, Krista Parker,
Travis Bennet, and Ashton Norris:
We know you will represent us
well.
Student Vote
You can vote 'for Presidentl!
.... ,Get, your vote in now. You can'
...vote online, at www.scholasti
Snews.com through October' 16.
SGeneral Mill Box Tops
S Our school 'is collecting.
General Mill box tops. Please send,
;your General Mill cereal box tops
to school. :
Fall Break
School' will not be held'
October 13 through 17.
Cultural Enrichment
Flutist, Donna Wissinger and
guitarist, Stephen Robinson will
'perform for 'our students on.
Thursday, October 26. Parents
-are fniJted to attend. :' .
Report Cards" "
Report cards for this grading
period will be:' sent-. home on.
Friday, October 27. If you would
like to schedule a parent/teacher.
conference, please call 227-1221.'
Fall Festival
Our annual Fall Festival will
be held on Friday, October 27.
Book Fair
Our annual Book Fair will be
held. the week of November 6
through 10.


bread and cake baking. We won-
der how many samples were
eaten?
Remember that there is no
school this Friday, October 13.
Some of our teachers will be
attending the Winning Women's
retreat at St. Simon's Island..
Georgia, held this weekend
Our 'first' "nin'.e-eek session
will end Wednesday, October 18,
and report cards will be given out
Thursday, October 26.
Students in grades 7 and 8
will be traveling to North Carolina
the last week in October to a
school camp, The Wilds. The
Wilds is a Christian camp that
offers week-long retreats to
schools all over the country. Faith
'Christian students will join about
,,200, other young teens for an,
exciting five days of fun and
games along with instruction
from God's Word for every day liv-
ing. We wish them a safe and
profitable trip.
Parents; Please donate at.
-least one 12 pack of canned
,'drinks (Pepsi, Dr. Pepper, 7-up, or.
'Caffeine Free-Diet Pepsi) to help
raise funds for our 5th-8th grade
students to go to Washington,
'D.C. in May, 2000. Thank you.


"2000-2001
'The best way to predict the future is;
to invent it."
Saturday night at the Bay County
Fair,' I went to watch the St. Joe Sound
perform. .I have to say I was quite
impressed. The band had added many
new songs to their repertoire, and has
growwn' in their performanced tedh-
niques. I would recommend for all
music .lovers to go and check out this
educationally. based. community s.er-
vice project they call the St. Joe
Sound. ,
They will be performing their next
gig at Sam Adkins Park In
Blountstown. The event is called "Qoat
Day" and Atheir performance will' be
from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on
Saturday, October 21. Then, on
'November 4 at the Apalachic'ola
Seafood Festival S.J.S. will be playing
on the arts .and crafts stage, the time 'is
yet to be figured out. 'So come'out and
support these hard working individu-
als.
Now, for the educational informa-
tion, on October 26, Open House will
be from 5:00 until 6:30 p.m. Report
cards will be issued, you will meet with
teachers, and you, will elect school
improvement committee 'for 2000-
2001. Any parent or concerned com-
munity (business) member who would
like to serve on the Port St. Joe High
School, School Improvement Commit-'
tee, 2000-2001, please contact Mr.
Chris Earley at'229-8251. '
Well it's the end of term 6 and the
students get a nice little fall break from
October 12 through the 18. have funi
Sophomores and juniors take the
PSAT at Port St. Joe High 'School on
October 17, at 8:00 a.m., meaning It's
during the fall break (What a drag).
The SAT will be at Port St. Joe
High School on October 14.
Attention seniors, you should be


The N.J.R.O.T.C. has been
extremely busy this past week,
doing such things as having fund-
raisers, and performing in
parades. The most recent fund-
raiser was a big success. The
cadets had a' car wash last
Saturday at the, Capitol City
Bank.
The N.J.R.O.T.C. booster club
also had a yard sale the same day
at Frank Pate Park. The cadets
would like to thank the parents
that participated in the yard sale.
Thanks to them the yard sale was
Sa. bighit. They. would also like to
thank Capital City Bank for allow;-
ing us to use their establishment
for our car wash.
The cadets also participated
in the recent homecoming events.
The cadets presented the colors at
the football game, and parade.
The drill team also did a bang up
job in the parade.
The N.J.R.O.T.C. will be
involved in the beach cleanup on
October 13. The cadets will be
helping the V.F.W. in their efforts
to keep, our beaches clean. The
cadets will have a color guard and
* a drill team at the Apalachicola
Seafood Festival parade. There
also will be more fund-raisers in
the near future. As you can see
we will be very busy the rest of
this month. Until next time,
Semper Fil
S Cadet L.T.J.G Stephanie
Blackmon, Public Information
Officer


receiving, letters for senior sessions,
which will be held on October 23
through November 9. Parents "and
seniors, please attend this very impor-
tant meeting to discuss yout- gradu-
ate's plans after high school.
Sports News-The girl's volleyball
team will be playing Wewa, home at
6:00 p.m. on October 12.
,' Tfie girl's golf- team will swing
against Mosley and Arnold on October
12 in PC Beach at 3:30 p.m.
On, October 10 the. boy's golf team
will go up against Quincy, in Quincy at'
4:00 p.m.
Our JV football team will play
Blountstowrn, away on October. 12, at
7:30 p.m. Good luck boys..
Our varsity football team chomped
.the Blountstown Tigers last Friday
night. We were all so proud that our
homecoming game was a success. This
week .is the team's open -week. It's
> about time' our hardworking boys get a
rest!
Homecoming Newsl Well congratu-
lations goes out to our 2000
Homecoming queen. Quatiria Fennelll
She made a very beautiful 'queen. All
the girls looked very beautiful and
received many compliments as. well.
Well done to all.
The winners of the float were, hon-
orable mention went' to sophomores,
third place went to' juniors; second
place went' to the seniors,' and first
place went to the freshmen. Godd job
guysl
SMrs. Lowrey received first place on
the door contest. The. door was quite a
piece of work. The 'painting, was
absolutely incredible and the first place
label was much deserved. Big
Congratsl
Well guys it's startingto get colder,
so make sure you bundle' up, and get
ready for the new season! Until next
week, peace.


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The Port St. Joe 2000 Homecoming Parade
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Numerous alumni from past decades were special guests of the
2000 Homecoming festivities. Pictured above are members of the
class of '81 and pictured below are members of the class of '51.


The freshmen took first place with their float using the theme of
"The Flintstones."


The seniors came in second place with "The Jungle Book" float.


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Pictured above is the junior float taking third place.


And the sophomores take the Honorable Mention award.


Some of the PSJHS teachers are pictured above along with the
glitter girls. And even "Miss Blountstown???" drove in for the fun.


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Florida's teachers and library
media specialists will receive $1.1
million for reading enhancement
grants as a result of a joint effort
by Education Commissioner Tom
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Bob Butterworth.
"What makes this program
unique is that individual teachers
and media specialists-not
schools or districts-will apply for
and use the grants based on their
classroom needs," Gallagher said.
The Reading Enhancement
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Florida's Attorney General
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been possible if not for the efforts
of General Butterworth," Gallag-
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this case, our teachers and stu-
dents will benefit.
Every school in the state will
receive information packets
explaining how teachers and
media specialists should apply for
the grants. Schools should expect
to begin receiving the packets as
early as next week. Individual
teachers/media specialists can
receive up to $5,000, and the
money must be used for specific
materials, supplies and/or train-
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According to Gallagher, the
grants will be distributed to
school districts for dissemination
to teachers and media specialists
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114 Westcott Circle Nice 3BR 2B home in
'great location. New a/c unit, fireplace
and lots more. $84,500. MLS#6450.


105 Yaupon St. Beautifully well main-
tained 3BR 2B home. Has pool in back.
Brand new a/c unit and pool pump.
$125,000.00. MLS #3018


g Nuts

mouth, nose or other body open-
ing and migrate to a location just
beneath the skin where they cut a
little hole so they can breathe and
continue to develop. This develop-
ment takes from three to seven
weeks, depending upon the
species of fly and host, and
causes itchy swellings that range
from half an inch to one inch in
diameter.
After the larvae emerge from
the skin the lesions may become
infected, but they normally heal
without complication.
"In gray squirrels, larvae are
most abundant in late summer
and fall, which is why people are
seeing the lumps right -now,"
Asleson said. "Most of the squir-
rels will suffer no permanent
effects from the parasite, however
a few occasionally may become
debilitated by heavy infestations."
There is no threat to the
safety of pets or humans from the
hosts or their larvae.
"The best thing to do if you
see squirrels exhibiting these
characteristics is simply to leave
them alone and let nature take its

Bay Annual Exhibit

At Visual Arts Center
The 38th Bay Annual Art
Show returns to the Visual Arts
Center, located at 19 E. 4th
Street, on the corner of 4th Street
and Harrison Avenue, in Panama
City. on October 20th and'runs
through November 19th. The
times are Tuesday and Thurs-
days, from 10:00 a. m until 8:00
p.m., Wednesdays and Fridays
from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.,
and Saturdays and Sundays from
1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.
The show will spotlight art-
work from a variety of mediums,
excluding photography. Styles will
range from realistic and impres-
sionistic, abstract to symbolic.
: Karen' Valdes, Gallery
Director/Curator of the Okaloosa-
Walton Community college Arts
Center of Niceville, will be this
year's judge. She has been a pan-
elist for the division of Cultural
Affairs Visual Arts Program since
1992 and has been juror for over
45 Florida State Competitions
since 1980. Valdes received a
:B.F.A. in 1968 from the University
of California and a M.F.A. in 1974
from Florida State University in
Tallahassee.
Goldsmith Designer Jewelers
hfs agreed to sponsor the best of
show with a $750 award.
Purchase Patron awards will allow
local businesses to acquire one of
these unique works for their
offices.
Admission is free for members
and $3 for adults, $2 for seniors
and military personnel, $1 for stu-
dents, and free to children six and
under.
For more information on
becoming a purchase patron or
any other activities at the Visual
Arts Center, please call 769-4451.


NEW LISTING An adorable 3 bd/lba cot-
tage home with newly installed storm shutters
located on 100' of Bay frontage on St. Joe
Bay. With an existing dock this home is acces-
sible by boat, a rare find on the Cape. Enjoy
your morning coffee as you watch the sun rise
on the bay. Contact Margaret or Jeff Fletcher.
$240,000 MLS#6371


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I NI
BAYFRONT This lovely home sets on
243A acres MOL of B- frront property
zoned mixed commercial. Cypress walls
accent the nautical look with built in aquar-
ium and brass hand rail on stairs leading to
master bedroom. New roof and A/C in
1999. Property features include workshop,
above ground pool and 3 ponds. $399,900
MLS#5595 ,


Gulf Front 3 bd/3ba 1/2 duplex. Two
master suites, garden tub, hardwood
floors, upper & lower decks, ground level
patio, outside storage, furnished. Exterior
is insulated vinyl. Concrete carport and
driveway: Great rental!!! $249,000.00.
Call Margaret or Jeff. MLS#6453



r '





Nine 10:[ ci iirqig ji : Iri n n .icr.
crown molding, Jenn-Aire range, fire-
place. House plans include 4th bedroom.
Located in prestigious area of Cape,
Northern Gulf front portion. MLS#5732
$575,000.
S3.
M0S


Realtor Associates (Cape San Bias): i-w .
Margaret Fletcher, Jeff Fletcher, Paulette Cleare, Linda Ulm
Realtor Associates (St. Joe Beach) Cathy Kitchens, Margaret Presswood,
Tommy Luster, Teri Palmer


Aplchcl 800-624-3964 St.GeorgeIslan d.1-80-525-4793
..SS 8 0 61 *96. w wford -b a h~ o


Hwy. C30 Money Bayou Cozy 3DR 28
home at Indian Pass. Lots of spacious liv-
ing just a short walk to the Gulf of Mexico.
Minutes from World Famous Indian Pass
Raw Bar. $175,000.00. MLS#5495


679 Maddox St. Very cozy and com-
fortable 2BR 18 home situated on 6 lots in
Oak Grove. Central h/a, lots of beautiful
trees in yard. $79,900.00. MLS#6409


231 Gulf Pines Dr. Lovely 4BR/2B home,
great room, screened porch with wonder-
ful view of the Gulf. Great location in most
prestigious subdivision. $239,900.00.
MLS #6475


607 Garrison Avenue Lovely 2 BR 1B
home with central h/a, bonus room, tile
throughout, fenced back yard in great
location. $82,500. MLS#6276.


1609 Marvin Ave. Lovely 2BR 1B home 2012 Long Ave., Recently remodeled 4BR 2B
recently remodeled inside and out. Nice home situated on 2 lots completely Fenced in.
decking out back. $89,900.00. MLS 6476. Screened back porch. $92,500. MLS #6094.


8154 Hwy. 98 SJ Beach. Newly construct-
ed 2BR 2B home overlooking the Beaches.
Floor plan comfortably sleeps 8.
Completely furnished. Has great rental his-
tory. MLS #5597


3285 Garrison Ave., Lovely 3BR 2B home
in great location. Split floor plan.
$115,000.00. MLS #5976.


j LOTS FOR SALE:
OLirri yJ so Von Bay Breeze Subd., Approx. 100'x297'.
Very close to St. Joe Bay. $15,500.00.
Gulf Coast Realty, Inc. MLS #3171.
01999 Century 21 Real Estate Corporation and trademark and servlcamark of Century 21 Real Estate Corporation, Each office is independently owned and operated. Equal Housing Opportunity


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2000 'PAGE 5B

course. Eventually, the larvae will tinue to go about the business of
emerge and the squirrels will con- being squirrels," Asleson said.




Crystal Sands
REALTY, INC.
OFFICE: (850) 648-4400
FAX (850) 648-4555 TOLL FREE 1-888-385-1844
1602 HIGHWAY 98 MEXICO BEACH
www.crystalsands.com
JANICE F. BROWNELL, Broker
Sales Associates: Perry McFarland, Buford Riley and Melba Barbee
Joan Lovelace, Broker/Sales Associate
541 Welton Drive Oak Grove Turn-Key, triple-wide mobile home, 4
bedrooms/2.5 baths, central h/.a, carpet thru-out. Above ground
pool, play house in the backyard with a/c and carpet. The lots are
160x120. A must see. $109,500.
131 Ridge Road Wewahitchka Double-wide mobile home. 3 bed-
rooms/ 2 baths with jacuzzi, central h/a, carpet thru-out. Only 2
years old. Sitting on 1.25 acres of landscaped land. Located in Quail
Ridge Estates. What a buy! $59,900.
134 Mitchell Road Wewahitchka Good fishing area. 3 bed-
room/1 bath home with central h/a. Just off the famous Dead Lakes
and close to the river system. Quiet and peaceful neighborhood,
almost an acre of land. Has to be seen. $66,900.






Vo gasQrtg1g,11-. t
Cape San Bias office: 850-229-2777 or 800-654-8689
4693 Cape San Bias Rd., Cape San Bias, FL 32456
St. Joe Beach office: 850-647-3333 or 800-41 1-3717
6260 Hwy. 98, St. Joe Beach, FL 32456


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PAGE 6B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2000


AUCTION every Fri. 7 p.m. ET in
ANTIQUE MALL at Old Port Thedtre.
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.





I 'VE GOT WHAT U
NEED-4 SENTRY LT* SPORT RV
LT265/75/R16. $85. Call 229-6807.


For Sale, Jeep Wrangler Sport 1997, V-
6, A/C, 4 W.D. call 227-3766. 4tpio/12
For Sale, 1995 Yellow Ford Mustang,
AC, cassette. power windows 5-speed,
$7,000 call 227-1133 day or 229-8913
evening. ItplO/12
BEST DEAL ON WHEELS Roll on
down to the polls Tuesday, November
7th. and cast your vote for Carl E. Fox
for Gulf County Commissioner. District
3. V PAL IDV Y C O r'C CMPAPGN PFRGM.ULD B CARL FOX Id
ITCe10/12
1998 Ford Explorer Sport, Black
w/custom wheels, Exc. cond. no equity,
Day off loan call 229-6859. 3tcl0/12
Will trade 1986 Olds Cutlass Supreme
& 1990 Bronco 2x2 for newer car plus
money for difference, call 229-6387.
.Itcl0/12

1986 Chevy Beauville Van, needs some
work $600 as Is call 227-3670 after
5:00. 2tpl0/5
1985 Ford Van, as is, best offer for more
information call 229-2619 after 5:pm.
tfclO/5

1993 Chevy Cavalier. 4 door, runs good
needs body work. 227-1296 tfclO/5


*^^QT S


For Sale, 15' tri-hull with walk through
'wridshield. 80 hp Mercury motor.'
, $1,000, -. tplO/12
1994 Yamaha 750 Wave Runner S2.000
firm call 229-6691 or 227-7231 ext.
124. 2tclO/12
Sailboat. 30 O'Day 1979 fully equipped,
Auto Til. H/C, PR/water, VHF, Elec
head, loran, GPS, AM/FM CD, Propane
Stove, bimini, new maine. I 10 JIB. 155
Genoa. 818,000, Web: Go.Ho/oday or
call 850-697-4280. 2tel0/12
For Sale, 1989 14" River craft 30hp
Suzuki 83,000 call 639-5227. 2wIo/12
KAYAKS! Unsinkable, self-balling, sta-
ble. safe and FUN! 314 Reid Avenue (at
the Port Theatre). Several to choose
from Open Tues.-Sat. 229-9282 nLio/s





House at St. Joe Beach & Trailer in
Overstreet S250 per month with wash-
er and dryer.call 639-3600 tfclO/12
2 bedroom trailer 236 Pine Street, St
Joe Beach $350 month call 647-8980.
ltclO/12

Short term rental, 2 Br, I 1/2 Bath,
furrushed town house near St. Joseph
Bay Golf Course, $150 a week or 8500
a month with uillUes, deposit required.
available Oct. & Nov. call 229-6738.
3tc10/12


Mexico Beach. 3 Bdrm. 2 Bath, very
nice house. restricted subdivision.
$775 a month, $400 dep., year lease,,
no pets, call 647-5792 after 5:00. 2tcio/s
Sun & Sand Mobile Home Park
1112 N. 15TH ST. Mexico Beach
ASK ABOUT 1ST MONTH FREE -
MOVE IN RENT
648-8201

Angela Estates
601 15th St. Mexico Beach. Fl.
NOW OPEN
Highly restricted,'mobile home lots for rent.
Under ground utilities, paved road. street
lights. Pick out your lot nowl For more
information call 850-648-4006.



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


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


Mary Kay Cosmetics
Betty Lewis,
Beauty Consultanit
909 1.0th Street
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
850-229-6005
: ' 12tp/3 thu 5/4


1 Bedroom cottage on the river, avail-
able immediately call 639-3474. trfci/5
2 Br Mobile Home in Highland View,
furnished $200 deposit/$350. Just
move in! Call 670-4648 tfc10/5
2 Br/I Bath unfurnished Mobile Home
in Highland View. All new inside; very
nice, $200 deposit, $350 month, call
670-4648. tfcl0/5
Two Bedroom; two bath, furnished or
unftirnished, mobile home for rent in
Beacon Hill, 8600 per month, 8400
deposit, call 850-229-6961. 4tc9/28


8228 Hwy 98 S.J.B. 2 Story, Gulf view.
2 bedroom. 2 bath, $695 a month. $350
deposit call 647-9214. tfcl0/5
1 Br furnished efficiency type, apt. in
Port St. Joe all utilities included. Call
639-3600. tfc10/5


Beautiful Home, good view 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. tfc10/5
Vacation Rental 2 br/1.5 ba. Furnished
townhouse near St. Joseph Golf Course
8250 wk. or 600 mo. plus utillUes.
Dep. required. Available Sept.-Nov.
Call 229-67383 tfc 10/5
1 Bedroom, 1 Bath "NICE" apartment in
Port St. Joe. Nice Area $300. per month
227-1258 tfclO/5


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 tfcio/5
For. Lease: Warehouse/Garage on-
Williams Ave, 2550 sq. ft., 2 service
bays, 2nd story loft, 227-1429. tfcio/5


For' Rent: 2 & 3 BR apartments in
Beacon Hill. Call 912-246-1250 or 850-.
647-3220. tfclo/5
Gulfaire Executive 3BR/2-BA. complete-
ly furn., w/d, screened porch, garage,
pool, tennis court, private beach,
8895/mo. Call 647-8760. tfclO0/5
Long Term Rentals
Seeking property owners for long term
rentals. Call Larry @ Arline Realty, 647-
2628. tfcl0/5


UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm..house, stove & refrtg.
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. tfclO/5


Trailer for rent at Gulf Shore Court. St.
Joe Beach. No pets, I blk from beach.
Call 647-5106. tfclO0/5
2 & 3 BR. long-term rental units. Call
Crystal Sands Realty 648-4400. ifcio/s
Apart./Homes for Rent: I 3 BR apart./
duplexes/homes for rent in Mex. Bch.
Furn.& unfurnished. Call Parker Realty
at 850-648-5777 for more Info. tfcl0/5
Liberty Manor Apts., 102 Liberty Manor
Circle, PSJ. Affordable housing for the
elderly & handicapped. CH/A, laundry
facilities, energy efficient const.. stove &,
refrig., furn., fully carpeted. IBR apts.
on site Equal Opp. Housing Complex.
Call 229-6353 for more info. NOW TAK-
ING APPLICATIONS tfc 10/5
NIw (ou can see the
CLAS1irIr[.s
(nllne at
ww .$tartl.ccm

A Catherine L. Collier
Independent Sales
Representative
1x1 A"le Memorial Way

AVOn (ase) 229-460


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229-8036


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


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

229-6200


Painting
..

Interior
Exterior
Free Home Phone
Estimates 850-647-9276


Yard Sale, 2 family, Sat. Oct. 7, 8:00-. Truck Driver, must hia\e CDL license
12:00 CT, 215 Lucy Circle, Wewa. call C.R. Smith at 229-6018. 2tcl0/12
ltclO/5


2 Family yard sale, Saturday,, Oct. 14,
7:00 a.m.-I 1:00 a.m., at 522 6th st Port
St. Joe, curtains, comforters, shams,
barbie dream house w/working elevator
and furniture, activates Barney w/T.v.
pad, Beanie Babies: new face brown
'teddy, 1997-1998 Holiday teddy, riany
more Ty bears, lots of toys and house
hKold-nse.i 0. I '," lt10/'12


Gigantic Yard and Bake Sale, 8 a.m. till,
Sat, Oct. 14th, sponsored by WMTbf
Beach Baptist Chapel on.St. Joe Beach,
311 Columbus Street. Itc10/12


SYard Sale, Sat., Oct. 14th, lots of nusc..
,come see 678 Jones Homestead Rd.
8:00 till. ltc10/12


DON'T MISS THIS BARGAIN IT'S FREE!
WHERE? The Beaches, White City.
Highland View. and westeir Port St. Jqe
polls! Wben? Tuesday, November 7th!
Leave your money at home-all you need
is a picture ID and, concern for Gulf
County's future. Please consider Carl
W. Fox as your choice for County
Commissioner. District 3. o.[,. .,,.:.,
CAMPAIGN. APPROVED BY CARL FOX (D) 0 I 1I
Back-Yard Sale. Inside building, rain or
sunshine. 1803 Marvin Ave, Oct. 13 &
Oct. 14, Friday & Saturday, Come see
8:00 a.m. ltplO/12
Garage Sale. Oct. 14th, 7:00 CST, 422
Arizona Drive, Mexico Beach, older cou-
ple cleaning out mis. items. 1100/12'


Yard Sale, 2810 Victoria Ave, Oct. 14th,
behind carpet Country, baby items,
household items, misc. items etc. 8:30-
tin. I tel0/12


Garage Sale, 2 family, Sat., Sept. 14th,
8:00-12:00, 105 Yaupon Street, Port St
Joe, rain cancels, lots of things to
choose from. ltclO/12
Several different yard sales in the neigh-
borhood of Bird Parker Drive in Wewa,
on the Apalachicola River & the cut off,
near the Gaskin boat landing park, Fri.
& Sat. 10/13 & 10/14.,8:00 till. S2c01/5
Flea Market, open 10:00 a.m 5:00 p.m.
Thursday & Fridays, 2156 Charles Ave,
White City. Swings, Rocking Chairs,
*ind hiens, much m6re'. T9/28


I S IfeaS 7.74.5Se3 I


dows, have strong data entry skills and
be reliable, flexible hours & benefits,
will train call 800-244-8373 e.\t. 195 or
850-482-1203. 3tcl0/12
Gulf :Coast Electric Cooperative is
seeking an independent contractor to
read electric meters in its service area
extending from White City to
Blountstown n Gulf and Calhoun coun-
ties. Please submit your proposal to
Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative, James
Tharp, P. 0. Box 8370, Southport,
Florida 32409, including qualifications
and familiarity, with the area by 4:30 .m.
on tuesday, October 17, 2000. itc0o/12
Part time filing clerk, full time CNA
or LPN for busy Physicians Office, Drug
Free Work Place EOE call 229-8979.
3tp10/12
Wanted! 73 more people need to lose.
up to 301bs in 30 day! 1000o safe!
Doctor Reconmmended! 1-800-690-
0694. .itp.r. 12
The .Franklin County Early Head
Start Program is currently seeking a
Full time Family. Advocate to work
collaboratively with the Early Head
Start program In a social services
capacity. Bachelors degree in human or
social services field required.
Candidates must be able to work posi-
Lively with children and families of
diverse backgrounds. Applications may
be completed at 450 Jenks Avenue,
Panama City, FL EOE M/F/V/D. 21010/12
Must be 18 years of age and one of the
2,265 registered voters in District 3.
Please apply Tuesday. November 7th
at your polling place. NOW is the time to
put Carl Fox to work for Gulf County as
your next county commissioner. PD POLADV
BY CAR FOX CAMPAIGN. APPROVED BY CARL PFOX (D) 1TC10/12
Activities person needed, 20 hrs. wkly.
Must be willing to rotate, days, nights,
weekends. Submit application to
Sunbridge, Bay St Joe, 220 9th Street.
2tc10/5

Boom -Truck Driver & P.T. Stocker,
driver must have current class B Lic.
Apply in person at Bayside Lumber, 422
Monument Ave, Port St Joe, FL. 2tcl0/5

Seeking Equipment Operators &
Truck Drivers. Applicants must have
valid FL drivers license. Apply at C.W.
Roberts Contracting, Inc. PO Box 188,
.Hosford. FL .2334. 850-379-8116.trfci/5


Teacher 2nd Grade The Gulf County
School Board is receiving applications
for Teacher. Persons having applica-
tions on file in the School Board Office
and wishing to be considered for this
position must request to have their
application subrilltted. Application
form and lob description are available
at the school office or see application at
www.gulf.k12.fl.us. Completed applica-
tions should be sent to Ms. Catherine
Barfield, Principal, 2201 Long Avenue,
Port St. Joe, FL. 32456. Application
deadline Is October 19, 200, 12:00
NOON, E.T. The Gulf County School
Board is an equal opportunity employer.
ltcl0/12

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. tfce10/5
Seeking experienced, licensed, real
estate associates. loan originators, or
mortgage brokers and life ins. salesmen
with advanced annualization, leads fur-
nished. Call Larrm Arline. Arline Realty.
Inc. 850-647-2628. tfc 10/5
Innovative Design Manufacturing
Company is seeking Experienced
Sales Representatives for Inside
Sales Positions. Beginning base,
established customers. exclusive terri-
tory assignment, and commissions.
The IDM company Is a world wide
Manufacturer and distributor of vacu-
ums, and air machines for the car
wash. service station & convenience
store industry, located in Highlandview.
Call for appointment at 227-205,7. tps/28s

HELP WANTED
LPN/House Supervisor
Responsibilities include:
eResident care
eSupervision of staff.
*Day to day operations
Apply at Beacon Hill:
Geri Care Assisted Living
190 Lightkeepers Drive
Port St. Joe, FL 32456




Reward for missing red male chi-
huahua. purple coUar with rabies tag.
went missing 10/9/00 ait429 Gulf
Street, St Joe Beach, call 647-9856..
Sltp10/12


FORRET GARG3BaAlsof3Pine StrHaw 3P.5T0DHE aLPW bEDl or,


Bails of Pine Straw $3.50 a baid or $4,00
a bail with deliver can deliver 250 balls
25# bails call 648-2456. 3tp 10/12
Used furniture for sale: Johfniie'*
Trim Shop, 310 4th St., PSJ tfc 9/7
Full Bow Flex equipment for, saNl
$1,400 or best offer. pov.er walker for
;.sale$S200 call 653.8636. 2tp 10,' 12

Affordable on line Advertising
www.thebeachsite.com call 850-647'-
8097. 1 tlcl')12
Waltl's Discount Fishing tackle now
available at St. Joe Hardware, 'Rgs.
Jigs. lures, sinkers, surf reef ngsfirth.
3. & 4 ounces from S.60 also bead and
chain trolling weights in 2 & 4 oLncek.
Check out the pnces. tfel0/12
Night Club & quota alcoholic beverage
license for sale, Apalachicola, Call.813-
789-6787Wor 813-286-3883. 8tp9/14
SEA OATS For Sale, you plant pr we
will. Call 647-2508. tfc9./28
Going out of Business Sale. coa or
below, hundreds of items. much variety.
1412 South Hwy 71 Wew\a. 8:00 a- I.-
6:00 p.m. or call 639-5669 after' 6:00
.p.m. 2tcl0/5
Used Washers & dryers if interested call
229-8485. 4tc10/5
Queen Sized Sleeper sofa, blue leather
$150, 2 piece antique sofa $200, 16'
palm tree you move 8200. coffee table
oval glass center broken 825. call 639-
3099,air hockey table full size S250 -
ltpl0/ 12

Henry link Wicker Bedroom Suite 8525
OBO call 648-4767. 2tc 1l0/5
FREE Dish 500 System Receiver and
free installation. Call 229-933 j.f.r
details. Some restrictions apply. tfclb/5
Free "Non-Denominational"; Eight
Lesson Bible Correspondence Course.
Learn how to become a Christian '& nd-
thing else! Send your name & address
-to: Bible Study, PO Box 929, Wewa-
hitchka, FL 32465 or E-mail your
request to Wewachurchsiaol.com trcl/o5


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Furniture 8 Reliftihing Shoppe
Quality Refinishing since 1982
Cal John Reeves at 2P.9-6374
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Clean & Newli
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Quality Work Reasonable Prices
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Rust Stains Removed
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NOW AVAILABLE
INDUSTRIAL GASES and
WELDING SUPPLIES

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



CUSTOM LAWN

SERVICE
Jeff Wood 227-1559




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.


COINS BY THE BAY! I buy and sell old
coins and paper money. Billy Stephens,
fair prices. Home 229-1252, bus. 229-
6803.

Locally .
Owned *



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706 First Street
Phone 227-2112

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5x10 O0x10 10x20
On Slte Rentals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT!


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


PRECISION CARPENTRY
REMODELING, RENOVATION, REPAIRS
Trim and finish All types of carpentry-
work, Over 25 years experience.
Insured, (850) 227-7388



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


* Residential .Custom wood'
* Commercial *industrial
A 8 R Fence
Feaciaf sad Conerete Work
Albert Flelsclmann FREE Estimates
EIN#593115646 (850) 647-4047


Stitches by Joy-Dale
229-7004
Alteralidns, Sewing, Embellishments,
Free-Motion & Machine Embroidery


FENCE S
Chain link, wood
'ree estimates '
Call Ray Wilkerson
647-9214



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

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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

Willard's Appliance Repair
Emergency Service Available
Willard Richards, Owner
2482 Hayes Avenue, H.V.
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
850-229-8485


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 0 i
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facililies
On-site Management
SVoice/TTY Access
(352) 472-3952


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


COX POOL CLEANING
SERVICE

Call Mary




C. Ja.'S wn
Service

FULL LAWN SERVICE
I will work for you.
Clyde Sanford ..

(850) 648-8492-.




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W RATES: N
Line ads: $3.50 for first 20 words,
$2.00 for each additional week, plus 54
for each additional word per week. Call
227-1278 to place yours.
DEADLINE:
Tuesday at I:00 a.m. SHARP


Is available for birthday parties.
Magic, face painting, balloons &
games, or have your party at Slice
Nice in Mexico Beach. Party room
includes, clown show, pizza, drink &
ice cream. No fuss, no mess.
Call 850-648-4772 Slice N Ice.




Free Kittens, 2 bob tails call 229-9474
S2tclo/5
CKC Chihuahuas born 7/25/00. 3 to
-choose from, 2 white with black spots, 1
black $275. each Taking deposits: .Call
639-5686 tfc10/5


A'


3 Br, 1 Bath Home in Wewa. complete-
ly new inside on 3 lots, Old Morgan
Subdivision Overloading West Arm
Creek, $62,500 call 850-648-8998 or
639-3415. 3tpl0/5
House for quick sale, $69,900, 3 bed-
rooms, 1 1/2 baths, nice fenced yard,
conv. to schools, approx. 1500 sq.ft,
1910 Cypress Ave, Call 229-8598 for
appointment. 5tc9/28
1998 Caviler Mobile Home 28x56, 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, walk in closets, 1
1/4 acres land, front & back deck, dou-
ble carport w/storage area, $50,000
call 639-2850. 4tc9/28
GET ,CASH FOR YOUR PROPERTY
FAST. Call Kevin Welch, Pelican Walk
Real Estate, 850-648-4995. 52tp2/17
3BR/2BA house on 2 lots in
Wewahitchka. Fenced in backyard
CH&A$60,000. 639-2339 tfclo/5


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3Br, 2 Ba, 2 yrs old, tile floors, Berber
carpet in Bedrooms, Jacuzzi tub in
master bath, 2040 sq footage including
double carport and storage call 229-
2624. tfclo0/5
2123 Grouper Ave, Highland View, 3
BR, Mobile Home with shady corner
lots, possible owner financing $35,000
call 850-647-9358. tfc 10/12
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 .fclO/5
House on 1 acre of land for sale. 3 bed-
room, 1 bath, large screened in porch,
large closed in front porch, large shop
$46,000 call 639-3534. 4tc9/21
For Sale by Owner: 1/2 acre lots,
Pleasant Rest Road, Overstreet, w/well
& septic tank, $17,500. Owner Finance
w/10% down. 850-229-6961. bclr.tfc10/5


For Sale, 541 Welton Drive, 4 bdrm, 2
1/2 bath, Modular Home on 2 large lots
with above ground pool, 3 storage
!sheds, ,12x12 play house, with' AC,
fenced in yard, 2014 sq.ft. under air.
Immaculate condition, 5Trs old. Master
bath has jacuzzi tub, walk in shower,
walk in closet, Mountain Stone fire-
place, all appliances included (stove,
ref. dishwasher, washer & dryer,
microwave, deep freezer.) Serious
inquiries only. By appointment only,
call 227-5453 or 227-7125 leave mes-
sage or 229-8163 to schedule appoint-
ment. $105,000 Negotiable. Must see
to Appreciatell 14tc9/28

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Self motivated G.C.C.C Student seeking
part-time employment in the Gulf
County area on Mondays, Wednesdays,
and Fridays. Educational background:
1993' Graduate of P.S.J High School.'
1996' Completion of C.N.A and H.H.A
certifications at Haney
Vocational/Technical Center. 1998'
began G.C.C.C to earn a AAin Social
Work. Any and all types of employment
offers are appreciated! Please contact
827-2726. tp10/12




Need your clothes washed, dried & fold-
ed call me at 648-4595. 2tc 10/12
Looking to buy used 4 wheeler in good
condition. Call 229-8122 before 5:00
P.M. tfclO/5


Looking to buy used 243' Rifle, bolt
action, lever action or pump, or would
consider a 30.06 in good condition, call
229-8997 days or 229-6343 nights ask
for Willie. tfclo/5
Home Cleaning, will do cleaning in your
home call 229-6664. 2tc10/5
Retired professional, financially secure,
5' 9", 175 Ibs. while non smoker;, relo-
cating to this area. seeks female friend
35-55 for dinners out. beach/water
actiities. ec:. Reply with phone num-
ber and I will contact for get acquainted
coffee. John, P 0 Box.124, Port St Joe,
FL. 32456. 2tplO/5

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TRA ES S R'


MARY KAY
MARGARET PRESSWOOD
Independent Beauty Consultanr
58 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach. FL
850-648-4896

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

ONEAL SANDERS
APPLIANCE SERVICE
SALES & REPAIR
Repair all majorbrands
Work # 647-5113
Mobile # 227-5112

Therapeutic Massage
by David Oakley, L.M.T.
at Cooper's Cut & Style
Phone: 229-9691 r-
Lic #: MA0029475, Lic # MMl0098

uk Carpentry, Windows,
# Room Additions, etc.
Quality work/ affordable prices
"The House Doctors" Lic.
#0066513. General Contractor.
850-647-3452

CAROL DIXON
Independent Beauty Consultant
1,05 Yaupon St. Port St Joe, FL
850-227-1568
MARY KAY

A Christine Baker
Independent Sales
Mexico Beach, FL
.(850)
AVOn1 648-8312
I e raises 202o Reid Avenue
Pot St.Joe,. 32456
.850-227.9414
S"" Fa 229-6041

k -4 RadioShack
:. / 'Aulhonzed Sales Cenler



Garden Care ,
Specialists

229-5282

Flower & Landscape
Maintenance
Kay Kelley, Owner


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


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


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


SMARVIN'S
Satellite Service AL
6331 ,L i ig[ i A Lvenue Call (850) 647-3171
Port St E.0 H 324,6 Cell (850) 899-1061


Gulf Diesel Service
S Diesel Engine Repair
229-8651 or 227-8024
Phone Mobile




Phone: (850) 227'777,
218 Long Avenue Port St. Joe, FL
Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-0:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Sunday 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
Offerin .
Boarding, Bathing, Grooming Cats and Dogs
Daily Exercise Premium Pet Food Separate
Cat Room Pick-Up & Delivery Long Term
Boarding Veterinarian On Call i Multiple Sized
Kennels *. Injured 'Animal Confinement
Heating 'and Air Conditioning,' Experienced
Kennel Su erviors





~ Chn#s' Appliance
SRepair Service

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


Mize Plumbing, ,Glass & SuppIy, inc.
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS REMODELING
PLUMBING SUPPLIES GLASS, MIRRORS & SHOWER DOORS
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL Lic. #CF-CO57220,. RGOO51008, ER0011618
520 E. First St., Port St. Joe, FL
850-229-6821 or 227-3885


S Carpet Country
Highway 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! J


Serving Port St. Joe bnd Surrounding Area for 15 PIos Years
Major Appliance, Air Condition & Electrical Repairs
DANIELS SERVICE CO., INC.
850-229-8416
RA00433781 ER0007623

K GARRY L. GADDIS
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION & REPAIR
EXTENDED WARRANTY FREE ESTIMATES REPAIRS ON ALL BRANDS INSTANT FINANCING
SERVICE AGREEMENTS
S648-5474 FL LICENSE ER0010992, RAI 1542189


.A~tentkm' to-4Oetad K
Michael Wood Residential Contractor 227-1589
Fine carpentry & architectural details
repairs remodels decks fenced
Insured License #RR0067190 '

AN STRICKLAND (850) 647-8081
F. uilia, .. ... .. i,,,^ ^, .,, 24 .Hr .Seyvice
Do It Right the 1st Time Call
STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
Power Poles Trailer Hookups Service Change Outs
& New & Remodeling Construction


SERVICE & INSTALLATION-
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
T7I.E SERVICE FOR ALL BRANDS
SERVICE AGREEMENTS
It's Hard to Stop A Trane MOBILE & MODULAR HOMES
10 Year Parts & Labor Arcoa ire
GERALD BYRD, Owner/Operator iR 62
FL Lic. # RA0067-062

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


Lawn Maintenance
Odd Jobs '


House Cleaning
Shopping


Ron Westmark
850 229-8334
Locally Licensed & Insured


Coastal Service
COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL HEATING & COOLING I
ICE MACHINES
Dealer for Frigidaire FRIGIDAIRE,
Heating and Cooling Systems A Whmletew Brand 1 Cam oart.
6 Years Parts and Labor Warranty
RA0066562
229-6907 or 227-5373




', "NORTHWEST FLORIDA VINYL, INC.
/ HERSHEL HARRISON
8 806 Garrison Avenue (850) 227-3641
Port St. Joe, FL 32466 Mobile (850) 227-6105
Vinyl & Aluminum Siding Screened Porches
22 Years Experience Insured
Warrantied Locally Owned & Operated


Gulf Coast Screen Printing
T-Shirts/Caps/Posters/Decals/Auto Tags
32 Years Experience
1,07 N 30th Street Unit-C 850-648-5167
P.O. Box 13530b LaPlante/Owner
Mexico Beach, FL 32410 Bob LaPlante/Owner


SPECIALIZING IN CLEAN TOP SOIL
BULLDOZERS BACKHOES LOADERS
TRACTORS -DUMP TRUCKS
850-648-8924 Mexico Beach, FL 32410

Custom Kirchen and Bath

THE CABINET SHOPPE
580 Palmetto Dr., rstr Phone 6484088 Jeff Po ell, Owner
ort St. Joe, L 32456 Phone 648-4088 F8-875

/J PHIL'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS
REPAIR AND REMODELING
q% (850) 229-6460
Phil Collier Residential Contractor
Licensed and Insured Lic #RR-00671 99


H & M IRRIGATON- AID


*Lands designs o *ee*p 'e ost i"
*Sprink Stems & Repairs *Well Drilling "'ifse rit s,
*Pump. les i Installs *Tractor Work *Plant ale
*Liget 'llers *Free Estimates .

HA 1' (850) 229-2738

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

ST. JOE NURSERY & SUPPLY
706 First Street Port St. Joe, FL 227-2112


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

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


Business and Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service

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


STEAM CLEANING STEAM CLEANING

CARPET CLEANING M

,-.

O Odor Control Pet Stains 24 Hr Water Damage Z
,, Carpet Repairs Restretching Free Estimates Z
f (850) 227-5098 or 229-9663
STEAM CLEANING STEAM CLEANING


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PubicNotce


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
Norwest Bank Minnesota, National
Association, as Trustee, for the registered
Holders of Option One Mortgage Loan Trust
1999-C. Asset-Backed Certificates. Series
1999-C. without recourse,
No. 00-85 CA
PLAINTIFF.
vs.
David Philip Forehand, et al.,
DEFENDANTS;
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Notice Is hereby given that. pursuant to that Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated Sept. 19. 2000. and
entered in civil case number 00-85 CA, of the Circuit
Court of the 14th Judicial Circuit In and for Gulf
County. Florida, wherein NORWEST BANK MIN-
NESOTA. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. AS TRUSTEE,
FORTH REGISTERED HOLDERS OF OPTION ONE
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 1999-C., ASSET-
BACKED CERTIFICATES. SERIES 1999-C, WITH-
OUT RECOURSE, Is Plaintiff and David Philip
Forehand; Elizabeth Jane Keller; Gulf County, a
political subdivision of the State of Florida. Is/are
Defendant(s). I will sell to the highest and best bid-.
der for cash front steps of the Gulf County
Courthouse. 1000 Cecil Costin Boulevard. Port St.
Joe, Florida. Gulf County. Florida, at 11:00:00 AM
EST on the 20 day of October, 2000. the following
described property as set forth in said Final
' Judgment. to wit:
LOT 1. BLOCK "A':
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN
THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 36.
TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH. RANGE 10 WEST.


AUTO'S FOR SALE
Citizen's Federal Savings
Bank, 401 Cecil G. Costin
Sr. Blvd, Port St. Joe, FL,
(850)227-1416 will be
accepting bids from 10-:
12-00 thru 10-23-00 on
the following vehicles
1976 Ford Pickup Truck
4x4, and a 1993 Olds
Cutlass Supreme, contact
Betty Moore or Hiram Nix
at (850)227-1416, Mon-
Fri, 9:OOAM-5:OOPM EST
for further info. Citizens
Federal reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.


>-Back Pain

>.Neck Pain

>-Numbness


Port St. Joe .

Wewa . .

Panama City .


GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA. AND BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
BEGINNING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER
OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION
36. THENCE GO SOUTH 00 DEGREES 20
MINUTES 29 SECONDS WEST FOR A DIS-
TANCE OF 20.22 FEET TO THE NORTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY LINE OF BRYAN
SETTERICH ROAD (HAVING A 70 FOOT WIDE
RIGHT OF WAY); THENCE GO SOUTH 88
DEGREES 46 MINUTES 04 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY
BOUNDARY LINE FOR A DISTANCE OF
209.35 FEET TOA POINT OF INTERSECTION
WITH THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY
BOUNDARY LINE OF CRESTWOOD LANE
(HAVING A 60 FOOT WIDE RIGHT OF WAY);
THENCE DEPARTING THE NORTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY LINE OF BRYAN
SETTERICH ROAD. GO NORTH 01 DEGREES
21 MINUTES II SECONDS WEST ALONG
THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY'
UNE OF CRESTWOOD LANE FOR A DIS-
TANCE OF 209.90 FEET: THENCE DEPART-
'ING SAID EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAYN
BOUNDARY LINE. GO NORTH 88 DEGREES
46 MINUTES 04 SECONDS EAST FOR A DIS-
TANCE OF 210.00 FEET: THENCE GO
SOUTH 01 DEGREES 21 MINUTES II SEC-
ONDS EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF 187.88
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. SAID
PARCEL OF LAND HAVING AN AREA OF; 1.01
ACRES, MORE OR LESS. ALSO KNOWN AS
LOT 1. BLOCK "A". CRESTWOOD ACRES,
UNRECORDED.
NOTE: Prsuant to the Fair Debt Collection
Practices Act you are advised that this law
firm is deemed to be a debt collector attempt-
ing to collect a debt and any Information
obtained will be used for that purpose.
Dated the 19 day of Sept, 2000.
BENNY C. LISTER
Clerk of Circuit Court
By /s/ T. Knox
Deputy Clerk
2tc. October 5 and 12. 2000.

NOTICE OF SALE.
GULF SOUTH SELF STORAGE located at 746 4th
St., Port St. Joe. Florida. shall sell the contents of
Storage Unit n57. rented to Barbara Metcalf at pub.
Iic sale at ithe site located at the abote address on
Fnday. October 20, 2000. at 1000 A M. eastern
Standard Time). The contents of Unit No 57 Include
one Ill wooden desk with return. one (1I two-draw-
er filing cabinet and one Ill) chest-of-drawers
3tc. October 5. 12. and 19. 2000.

NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION
THE GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Purpose and Effect: The Gulf County School
Board proposes to amend and adopt policies as pro.
vided for In the Administrative Procedures Act, for
the purpose of bringing said policies Into compliance
with Florida Statutes and State Board of Education
Rules ..
Summary: The following Is a brief description of
each proposal change.
Organizational Chart
Economic Impact: These proposals will reIult in
no direct costs associated with Implementauon.
IF REQUESTED. A HEARING WILL BE HELD AT.
Time 600PM.ET
Date: 'Tuesday. November 14. 2000


TRDE ad ERICS


HONEY Do LIST MAINTENANCE
No Job Too "Big or Small" -
Over 20 Years Experience
Painting, general maintenance,
wood working, trim/finish work.
850-227-2175



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S. -Connect your
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* Web no'.".. the World
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COSTIN'S
Bookkeeping Service
Tax Returns A Specialty
200 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe,
(850) 229-8581



Jack's Plumbing
639-9870,

For all your plumbing
needs


>Leg Pain

>.Arm Pain'

> Head Ache


S...... .. 227-2130

S. . .. 639-2348

. . . 785-2852


WEW IIO&AUIU


PROTECT YOURSELF HIRE A LICENSED CONTRACTOR RR006710f
639-2942 OR 227-5986 ,CALL ANYTIME
VINYL SIDING e 0fe.'a' *SOFFIT AND FACIA*
*CARPORTS* *FAI [''IE* +PATIO COVERS +
SCREEN ROOMS +REFEREC FLORIDA ROOMS
#DECKS + N*PORCHES +
+AWNINGS+ lISRE+*SHUTTERS +
*WINDOWS ** RY +* +GUTTERS +


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


Place: Board Room. PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Gulf County School Board Office JUNE 25, 2000
150 Middle School Road REGULAR MEETING
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
The entire text'of the proposed rules can be inspect- The Gulf County Board of County
ed during regular office hours at the Gulf County Comnmissioners met this date in regular ses-
School Board Office, 150 Middle School Rd.. Port St. sion with the following members present:
Joe. FL. Chairman Billy E." Traylor and
Special legal authority under which the adoption Is Commissioners Tommy Knox. Nathan Peters,
authorized and the law being Implemented and Jr., and Warren J. Yeager, Jr. interpreted are made specific. John Stanley, Jr. was absent>. .
The addition and changes are proposed by Charles Others present were: County Atiomev
Temple Watson. Director of Support ServIces and Timnothy McFarland, Clerk Benny C. Lister,
approved for consideration by Jerry E Kelley Deputy Clerk Towan McLemore .Chief
Superintendent. Administrator Don Butler, Administrative
Amendments: Assistant Debbe Wibberg, Administrator/
Organizational Chart ". Eiiergency Management Director Larry
2tc. October 12 and' 19. 2000.. Wlls, Building Official/ Assistant Planner
Michael Hammond. Emergency Manage-"
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING ment/911 Coordinator Marshall Nelson..
The Board of Commnissioner,. of the Northwest Maintenance Superintendent/Mdstpuito
Florida Regional Housing Authonty Vill hold a Control Director Joe Bearden. Assistant
Special Meetinng. October 25. 2000. In the Regency. Road Superintendent Louie Flowers, Solid
Ramada Inn North. 2900 North Monroe St. Waste Director Danford ,Joe Danford,
Tallahassee. Florida Business Meeung will begin at. Veterans Service Officer/S.H.I.P.
7303 I M. EST ThTe meeung will be open to e Administrator Bo Williams. and Shenff's
ic. o 2 Department Captain Joe Nugent.
Itc. October 12.:2000. Captain Nugent called Ihe meeting to
order at 6:00 p.m.. E.D T. Administrator
PUBLIC MEETING ef'is opened the meeting will prayer. apd
The City of Wewahltchka Board of Commissioners Captain Nugent led the Pledge of Allegiance
will hold a Workshop and Special Meeting on Thurs;, to the Flag.
October 12. 2000. at 6:00 PM. CT at the -toOteFa Ag.--pn n b
Wewahitchka City hall at 109 S. Second Street, for CONSENT AGENDA-Upon motion by
the sole purpose of discussing a FRDAP Grant for Commissioner Yeager. second by
land acquisition for a park in the Williamsburg area. Commissioner Peters, and unanimous. (4-0)
JerriLInton vote, the Board approved the Consent
City Clerk Agenda, as follows.
lte October 12.2000. 1. Minutes July 11,2000 Regular
cte20. Meeting
PUBLIC MEETING 2. Budget Amendment 014 Maintenance
PUBLIC MEETING Department Repairs to the Gulf County
The City of Wewahltchka Board of Commissioners Jail & Port St. Joe Library. as follows-
will hold a Workshop and Special Meeting on Thurs.. .
October 12. 2000, at 6:15 PM, CT at the BUDGETAMENDMENT #14
Wewahltchka City hall at 109 S. Second Street,fqr GENEAL FUND
the sole purpose of discussing a FRDAP Grant for EXP&NDITURES:
additional improvements at T. L. James Park. use Maintenae:
Jerri Union. CountyCourthouse Maintenance:
Jerri inton e Rep. &S, Maint.: BIdgs. '& Grounds,
City Clerk #2601946100, Original Budget
Itc, October 12.2000. $22,500.00, Increase $8,100.00.
Decrease ,$.00, Amended Budget
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS $3 rase $.00 Amended Budget
BID-NO. 0001 01 Reserves:
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners Reserve .for Contingencies. #99984-
will receive bids fromi any person, company or cor- 95000, O.Qriginal Budgel S196,657.00,
Iporation Interested In providing, the following Increase S 00. Decrease $8,100.00.
goods/service. 0 '" Amended Budget 8188.557.00 (End)
One (1 1- 2000 or Newer Pickup Truck 3, Equipment Purchase State Contract -
Bid price to include delivery, and the delivery date Solid Waste Department (Bush-hogs)
must be specified Lquldated-damagesof $25.0 4. Grant Application Letter County Match
:per day will be assessed for each day goods remain, 4. rantyAppecatlonL Conty a
undellvered Emergency Operations Center
Specifications may be-obtained from the Clerk's 5. Invoice ,- ,
Office. Gulfe County Courthouse,1000 Cecil.-. -Agency for Health Care Administration -
Cosun. Sr. Blvd.. Room 146. Port St Joe. FL 32456 Medicaid (May, 2000 #0005 *
(8501229-6113. $23.813.69 to be paid from Account
Quesuons should be directed to Building Offilclal #52264-34100)
Michael L Hammond at 1850) 229-8944 -Preble-Rlsh. Inc. Road. 5 Analysis
Please indicate on the envelope that this Is a (#61569 $3,977.50 to be paid from
SEALED BID and Include the BID NUMBER. Account #21111-31100)
Bids will be received until Monday, October -Preble-Rish, Inc. Voting Precinct Map
23, 2000 at5:O00 p.m., E.D.T., at the Offlce of (#61571 $625.00 to be paid from
the Clerk, of Circuit Court, 1000 Cecil G. Account #21111-31100),
Costin, Sr. Blvd.. Room 148, Port St. Joe, FL -Preble-Rish, Inc. 1999 Road Paving
32456. Project (#61574* $16.771.03 to be paid
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all from Account #21111-31100)
-Preble-Rish, Inc. T. S. Alberto Hazard
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Mitigation (#61576 $390.00 to be paid
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA from Account #21725-31000)
By /s/ Billy E. Traylor. Chairman 6. P.D.R.B. Recommendation Comp. Plan
Attest: /s/ Benny C. Lister, Clerk Change '/ Advertise Public Hearings
2tc. October 12 and 19. 2000. RECEIVE BIDS #9900-33 DUMP
TRUCK (MOSQUITO CONTROL DEPART-
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS MENT)--Pursuant to : advertisement to
BID.NO. 0001-02 receive sealed bids (#9900-33) for a dump
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners truck for the Mosquito Control Department,
will receive bids from any person, company or cor- the following bids were received and tabled.
Sporatlon interested in providing the following: for review and recommendation by Mosquito
Financing Pickup Truck Control Director Bearden and Assistant Road.
(Solid Waste Department): Superintendent Flowers: Atlantic Ford Truck
$21.000.00-23,000.00 3 Years Annual' Sales. Inc. $64,913.00; Freightliner Truck of
Payments Dothan, $72,613.00; Heintzelman Truck
Delivery Date must be specified .I Center, S67.777.00: Tallahassee Mack Sales.
Please Indicate on the envelope that this Is a Inc.. S79.959.00 .
SEALED BID and include the BID NUMBER. RECEIVE BIDS #9900-32 SALE OF
Bids will be received until Monday, October SOLID WASTE EQUIPMENT-Prsuant to
23, 2000 at 5:00 p.m.. E.D.T.,. at the 0Qice of advertisement to receive sealed bids (#9900-'
the Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000 Cecil G. 32) for the sale of a compactor (#70-376).
Costin, Sr. Blvd., Room 148, Port St. Joe, FL, chip trailer (#70-506). and scales (#70-427)
32456. for the Solid Waste Department, no bids were
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all received. I
bids. RECEIVE BIDS #9900-4. PICKUP
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TRUCK (SOLID WASTE DEPARTMENT)-
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
By: /s/ Billy E. Traylor. Chairman bids (#9900-34) for a pickup for the Solid
AttestI /s/ Benny C. Lister. Clerk Waste Department, the following bids were
2tc October 12 and 19. 2000. received, and tabled for review and recom-
2tc. October 12 and 192000. mendation by Mosquito Control Director
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS Bearden: Atlantic Ford Truck Sales,. Inc..
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED $24,924.00; Cook-Whitehead Ford.
BID NO. 0001-03' S7.908.00.
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners RECEIVE BIDS' #9900-35 -
will receive bids from any person, company or cor- CHAIRS/SEATING (ADMINISTRATION
portion interested in providing the following:
Finaning One-Ton Service Truck BUILDING)-Pursuant to advertisement to
ato onreceive sealed bids (P9900-35) for seating for
(Mosquito Control Department): the administration building, the following bid
623.000.00-25.000.00 3 ears Annual was received and tabled for renew and rec-
Payments ommendauon by Chief Administrator Butler:
Deliery Date must be speclled. Sportmaster. 86.812 50.
Please Indicale on the envelope that this is a PUBLIC HEARING HURRICANE
SEALED BID and Include the BID NUMBER EARL C.D.B.G. (H.V. STORMWATER PRO-
Bids will be received until Monday, October JECT)-Pursuant to advertisement to hold a
23. 2000 at 5:00 p.m.. E.D.T., at the OQfice of public hearing to consider application, for
the Clerk of Circui Court 1000 Cecil C.D.B.G. funding for a stormwater system in
3245o Si. Bd., Room 4, Port St. Joe. Highland View. Chief Administrator Butler
The Board reserves the'right to reject any and al, introduced Nell Fleckenstein. of Apalachee
bids. Regional Planning Council (administrators of
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS the grant application) Mr. Fleckenstein
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA reported that S245.000.00 is available for
drainage, acquisition, or elevation projects,
By: /s/ Billy E. Traylor. Chairman and recommended that the County apply for
Attest: /s/ Benny C. 'Lister, blerik the grant to improve the stormwater system
2tc. October 12 and 19,.2000. in Highlapd View (application must be sub-
mitted by. August 31st. Upon inquiry by




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was determined, Mr. Fleckenstein and Chief
Administrator Butler discussed that the area.
must be a high percentage of low-to-moder-
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the Highland View area meets the necessary
guidelines, as well as being an area in need
of this project. There was no further public
comment received.
1999 TAX ROLL RECAPITULATION-
Clerk Lister presented the 1999 Tax Roll
Recapitulation. as provided by Tax Collector
Taylor. for the Board's approval. Upon
-motion by Commissioner Yeager. second by
Commissioner Peters, and unanimous (4-0)
vote, the Board approved the Recapitulation.
SOLICITATION FLORIDA PROFES-
SIONAL FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION-
Captain Nugent reported that an organiza-
tion called the Florida Professional
i Firefighters Association has been soliciting
money, and he stated that no Gulf County
fire departments or E.M.S .are benefitting
from these funds, and citizens should be
cautious of these calls.
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS RADIO
REPEATER SYSTEM-Upon request by
Captain Nugent. Commissioner Yeager
motioned' to advertise to receive sealed bids
for a new repeater system (to be paid from
Pre-Trial Release and/or $12.50 Moving
Violation Surcharge Funds). Commissioner
Knox seconded the motion, and it passed
unanimously (4-0). Captain Nugent reported
that the system ,should cost $10,000.00-
$12,000.00.
BID *9900-35 CHAIRS/SEATING
(ADMINISTRATION BUILDING)-LUpon rec.
ommendaUton by Chief Admmnistralor Butler.
Commissioner Peters motioned to reject the
bid received for seating for the administra-
tion building (price too high). Commissioner
Yeager seconded the motion, \and it passed
unanimously (4-0).
RENEWAL / ADVERTISE FOR BIDS -
COUNTY INSURANCE-Upon recommenda-
tion by Chief Administratoi Butler (on behalf
ol the Insurance Committee). Commissioner
Yeager mooned to renew all County insur-
ance policies except workmen's compensa.
tion and buildings & contents, and to adver.
tise to receive sealed bids for these two poli-
cies. Commissioner Knox seconded the
motion, and it passed unanimously (4-0).
INVOICE WETAPPO LANDFILL-
Solid Waste Director Danford reported that
an invoice will be received from the Road
Department, in the amount of $58,579.68,
and the invoice should be paid from the-
Wetappo Landfill Escrow funds
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS TUB/HORI-
ZONTAL GRINDER-U-pon request by Solid
Waste Director Danford. the Board agreed for
him to advertise to receive sealed bids for a
tub grinder or a horizontal grinder
S.H.I.P. PROGRAM-S.H.I.P.-
Administrator Williams reported that 53 very
low and 43 low rehabilitation, applications
were received, and the 60th down payment
assistance application was received on July
24th (no further applications will be taken for
either program).
1999 ROAD PAVING PROGRAM-
Commissioner Knox reported that the paving
is not. complete in the Highland View area (a
final application will be placed on the roads.
in 2-3 weeks), and paving will soon begin on
the roads to be paved in the Beacon Hill and
St. Joe Beach areas. .
S.H.I.P. PROGRAM-Commissioner
Peters cautioned all recipients of S.H.I.P.
rehabilitation loans to make sure they are
satisfied with the work before making pay-
ment to the contractors.
BEACH ACCESS HORSES-
Commissioner Yeager stated that he -has
received numerous complainmLs regarding
horses entering the beach at Salinas Park
and other undesignated areas at Indian Pass,
and he requested that Attorney McFarland
re-draft the beach access ordinance to allow
for enforcement of horses entering the beach
VENDOR INDIAN PASS-
Commissioner Yeager discussed complaints
received regarding a vendor on the beach
near the Indian Pass boat ramp, staying that
the vendor is not on County property. He
requested that Attorney McFarland review
this matter to determine whose jurisdiction
thLs falls under.
PUBLIC INPUT / SUNSHINE LAW-
Sally Malone appeared before the Board to
discuss that she feels the Board is violating
the Sunshine Law and individuals' constitu-
tional rights by not allowing them to be heard
in the decision-making stages of the' meet-
ings. She requested that the Board restore
the public s right to speak at any time during
meetings. .
RADIO REPEATER SYSTEM NORTH
GULF COUNTY-Upon discussion by
Franlae Stanley regarding the need for a new
repeater system in North Gulf County,
Chairman Traylor reported that funds have
been budgeted in next fiscal year for a sys-
tem for that area.
DITCH LANDING-Upon inquiry by
Marilyn Blackwell. Commissioner Knox
reported that Chief Administrator Butler is in
the process of scheduling a meeting with
Clay Smallwood .and the Game and Fish
Commission. He stated that he will notify her
of the meeting. ,
Upon motion by Commissioner. Yeager,
second by Commissioner Peters, and unani-
mous (4-0) vote, the meeting did then recess
at 6:25 p.m., E.D.T.
The meeting reconvened at 6:34 p.m.,.
E.D.T.
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pickup for the Solid Waste Department tol
Atlantic Ford Truck Sales, in the amount of
$24,924.00 (not the low bid) but a heavier-
duty truck). Commissioner Yeager seconded'
the motion, and it passed unanimously (4-0).
AWARD BID #9900-33 DUMP TRUCK
(MOSQUITO CONTROL DEPARTMENT)-
Upon recommendation by Mosquito Control
Director Bearden, Commissioner Yeager
motioned to award Bid #9900-33 for' the
dump truck for the Mosquito Control
Department to Tallahassee Mack Sales, 'in
the amount of $79,959.00 (it was the only
heavy-duty truck, the others are light-duty).
Upon inquiry, Assistant Road
Superintendent Flowers discussed various
differences in the bids (transmission, front-
end, differentials, etc.). The motion then
passed unanimously (4-0). '
RESOLUTION HIGHWAY 98
REALIGNMENT-Commissioner Petersi
reported that a special meeting has been
scheduled for July 26th at 4:30 p.m., E.D.T.
to discuss the proposed resolution regarding
the alignment of Highway 98, to allow for'all
members of the Board to be present;
BID #9900-35 CHAIRS/SEATING
(ADMINISTRATION BUILDING)---Upon dis.
cussion by Chief Administrator EutUer that
the chairs for the administration building
can be purchased cheaper (from a magazine
source) than the bid amount received,
Commissioner Yeager motioned to allow this'
purchase, as it is more economical.
Commissioner Peters seconded the motion.
and. it passed unanimously (4-0)..
There being no further business and
upon motion by Commissioner Knox, second
by Commissioner Yeager, and unanimous (4-7
0) vote, the meeting did then adjourn at 6:39
p.m., E.D.T.
BILLY E. TRAYLOR, CHAIRMAN '
ATTEST: BENNY C. -LISTER, CLERK

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
JULY 26, 2000
BUDGET WORKSHOP
The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners met this date in special ses-
sion with the- following members present:
Chairman Billy E. Traylor. and
Commissioners Tc.my Knox, Nathan Peters,
Jr., and Warren J 'eager. Jr. Commissioner
John Stanley Jr. was absent.
Others Present Clerk Benny C. Lister,
Deputy Clerks Towan P. McLemore and'
Rebecca L. Norris. Chief'Administrator Don
Butler, Administrative Assistant Debbe
Wibberg, County Planner/Building Official
Michael Hammond, Maintenance
Supercisor'Mosquito Control Director Joe>
Bearden. Counrv Attorney Tim McFarland.'
Captain Joe Nucent. Deputy Ricky Toibert
Solid Waiste Director Joe Danford. and Star
Publishing Co Editor Willie Ramsey.
The meeting was called to order at 5:25
pim,, E.S.T. by Chairman Traylor.
GULF COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS
ASSOCIATION-Mr. Jerry Stokoe appeared
before the Board and thanked them for their
cooperation and support. fi'arucilly and
morally. Mr Stokoe then requested S5000
more than their original request of $26,745.
Mr. Stokoe gave the Board a brief synopsis of
the accomplishments and continued needs
for the renovation of the.Wewahitchka Senior
Citizens Center The Board agreed to fund
the Senior Ciuzens request o0 S26.745 Ibr tis-
cal year 2000-2001 but fund his additional.
request from the current fiscal iear. m.,iruct-
mng the Clerks Office to prepare a budget
amendment for the next 'regular meeting for
the Board's approval.
;GULF COUNTY HEALTH DEPART-'
MENT-Chairman Traylor inquired as to
whether Mr. Doug Kent had been requested
to be at the meet ng and was advised by the
Clerk's office that Mr Kent will be uut of topwn
until Friday. Chairman Traylor asked County
Attorney McFarland for an opinion on Florida
Statute 154. The Board tabled the matter
unnl County Attorney McFarland had time to
review the Statute.
SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT/VEHI-
CLES-Captamn Joe Nugent appeared before
the Board and stated that the Sheriffs
request for patrol cars had been left out.of
the budget request. Clerk Lister apologized
and informed the Board that the request had
been listed as a commentnote at the bottom
of the. request andhis office did not see it.
Captain Nugent explained their need for new
patrol cars and offered an option to either
buy them outright for $75,000 or lease pur-
chase at $27,756 for three (3) years. Upon
motion by Commissioner Peters, second by
Commissioner Yeager, and unanimous vote,
the Board tentatively approved -to increase
the Sheriffs Department Law Enforcement
budget by $27,756 for the lease purchase of
patrol cars.
GULF COUNTY HEALTH DEPART-
MENT-County Attorney McFarland
informed the Board that there is a require-
ment in Florida Statute 154 that provides for
minimum staffing for the County Health
Department. He noted that the law has not
changed since 1991, therefore is nothing new
to their budget cycle that these people be
there. He further stated that the County is'
not mandated to pay for those 'positions, it
says that those are positions that are man-
dated to be a part of a County Health Unit
and that the personnel of the County Health
Department shall be employed by the State of
Florida Department of Health. Upon motion
by Commissioner Knox, second by
Commissioner Yeager and unanimous vote,
the Board tentatively denied the Health
Department's requested increase of $20,967.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT-Clerk
Lister informed the Board that Emergency
Management Director Larry Wells had
requested that Balances Brought Forward:
Cash and Emergency Management:
Equipment be reduced by $5,000 each due to
the State only allowing him to bring forward
$26,000 (he had originally requested to bring
forward $31,000). Upon motion by
Commissioner Peters, second by
Commissioner Yeager and unanimous vote,
the Board tentatively approved Mr. Well's
request.
MILLAGE RATE/JAIL RENOVATION-
' Clerk Lister informed the Board that before
any changes were made the County-Wide
millage rate is 6,6713 which is still above the
rolled-back rate. He informed the Board that
with the changes made tonight they would
need to reduce expenses by approximately
$42,963 to get to the rolled-back rate. Upon
motion by Commissioner Peters, second by
Commissioner Yeager, and unanimous vote,
the Board tentatively approved to reduce
Detention and Corrections/Improvements to
Buildings: Jail Renovations by $42,000. *
FIRST PUBLIC HEARING-Chairmnan
Traylor scheduled the first Public Hearing for
Monday, September 11, 2000 at 5:01 p.m. in
the Commissioner's meeting room. Gulf
County Courthouse in Port St. Joe.
The Board recessed at 5:59 p.m.. E.S.T.
The Board reconvened at 6:30 p.m.,
E.S.T.
MILLAGE RATE/ROLLED-BACK
RATE-Clerk Lister informed the Board that
the General Fund millage rate is 4.6598,' the
Fine and Forfeiture Fund village rate is
1.9650, for a total of 6.6248 mills County-
Wide, and each Dependent Fire District Is
.5000 mills each. Upon motion by
Commissioner Yeager, second by
Commissioner Peters, and unanimous vote,


the Board tentatively adopted the millage
rate for the General Fund at 4.6598 mills,
1.9650 mills for the Fine and Forfeiture
Fund, and .5000 mills for each of the four (4)
Dependent Fire Districts. Clerk Lister
informed the Board that they are now back to
the Current Year Aggregate Rolled-back Rate
of 6.9570. ; a
With Commissioner Peters motion and
Commissioner Yeager's second, the meeting
did then adjourn at 6:36 p.m., E.S.T
BILLY E. TRAYLOR, CHAIRMAN
ATTEST: BENNY C. LISTER, CLERK


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The Gulf County Planning and Development Review Board will meet Tuesday, October 17,
2000 at 10:00 a.m. E.S.T., in the Gulf County Commission Meeting Room in the Robert
M. Moore Administration Building to discuss and possibly act upon the following:
1. Approve minutes for September 19, 2000 meeting.
2. Variance Jeff Tendler Parcel ID #6276-003
3. Variance Denise Witcomb Parcel ID #6276-010
4. Variance Clarence McKnee Parcel ID #3783-000
5. Blacks Island Bill Koran Parcel ID #6270-000
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