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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 2001
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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DORDT CT IJ'O IE.lDIIDA &t'AA THURSDAY. MARCH 29. 2001


YEAR, NUMBER 30


Two Sections
324 Per Copy t
Plus 3< Tax .. .. .


Amnesty Day Successful!
Story on Page 8A
Sports-Diamond Action,
Hoopster Awards, etc.
Stats, Photos Pages 9-10A
Letters to the Editor Page 6A
"Classifieds" Pages 7,-B
St. Joseph's Catholic 75th
Diamond Jubilee Page 18
Day of Ball Fun! Pics on P 7A
Obituaries Page 38
Law Enforcement Activities
City & County on Page 6A
TRUTH Ads Lowering Teen
Smoking Rates Pg. 12A
School News Read Page 2B
Worship Opportunities P. 3B


Port


onnd npw


Gets


$2


Million


Enterprise Florida Grant Funds to Help Rebuild Bulkhead
ws conunues to build cost for the current port project, opment (FSTED) board in putting matching grant package for the (See PORT on Page 3A)


as the future of port activity
seemingly gets brighter with each
passing day.
Last week. the Port Authority
and St. Joe Company jointly
announced the purchase of 26
acres of land for the port. This
week. more icing was placed on
that cake when Enterprise Florida
announced that a S2 million
transportation grant has been
awarded to help rebuild the bulk-
head at the dock.
This brings a total of S6 mil-
lion in grants and Port Authority
funds committed to rebuilding
port facilities thus far.
When questioned about the


Port Authority members 'were
quick to point out that ultimately
the pnce would be predicated by
future growth.
-The project is growing daily."
said Port Director Tommy Pitts.
"It will be a continuously
growing process as long as we can
get the land needed to grow.-
added Robert Nedley, Chairman.
Nedley also extended thanks
to Port Authority member Diane
Scholz who was instrumental in
helping secure the Enterprise
Florida grant funds and Director
Tommy Pitts who worked closely
with the Florida Seaport
Transportation Economic Devel-


Together another S2 million


port.


FWC Workshop on Both Bobzien Homes Are
Bay Scallop Rulesdemned for
The Flonda Fish and Wildlife Condemned for Occupanc
Conerravtinn Commission has


scheduled a public workshop to
gather testimony regarding
whether to change the open sea-
son for the harvest of bay scal-
lops. either on a statewide or
regional basis.
The public is encouraged to
participate at this workshop.
which will take place from 6:00
until 8:00 p.m. Thursday. April 5,
at the Stiles Brown Senior
Citizens Center located at 120
Library Dnve in Port St. Joe.


Mayor Pate Runs
For Re-Election
Mayor Frank Pate has
. announced his intention to seek
. another term as Mayor of Port St.
iJoe and issued the following
statement.
"I am announcing my candi-
dacy for another term as mayor of
Port St. Joe. I want to continue to
(work for the citizens of this com-
(See PATE on Page 3A)


During a special meeting of
the board of Gulf County commis-
sioners held last Tuesday. March
20th. the board condemned for
use and occupancy two homes-
one owned by Michael Bobzien
and the other owned by Lisa
Bobzien.
The homes have been the
subject of debate at several com-
mission meetings over the past
two-plus years. Efforts to reach a
settlement on numerous building
code violation issues have been
unsuccessful, according to Gulf
County Building Official Michael
Hammond.
..Harnmon.aQld.the board that-
no certificate of occupancy has
been issued, to date. on either
home and recommended they be
condemned for use and occupan-
cy. The board voted 3-2 to follow
the recommendation of Ham-
mond. Commissioners Nathan
Peters. Jr. and Carl Fox voted
against the motion stating they
felt the Bobziens needed more


.Spring Forward One Hour


Time Changes


It's that time of the year again! Yes, this Saturday
night-or more properly, Sunday morning-the entire
nation, including Gulf County, will
once again revert to "daylight savings
time" at 2:00 in the morning,
after operating on "east-
ern standard time" since the .
last weekend In October. .
Be sure to set your -
all of your wristwatches, -
alarm clocks, grandfa-
ther clocks or sundials S 9
FORWARD one hour so you
won't be tardy for church ser-
vices or your other appointed
tasks of the day. .. .
" Unfortunately, this will give
you one less hour of sleep Saturday
night but it'll be returned to you in the fall when
the time changes once more to eastern standard time.


time to move out.
The board's motion required
both residents to vacate the two
houses by 11:00 a.m. the follow-
ing Wednesday morning. During.
the meeting, and in .past meet-
ings, Hammond has stated it''
several major code. viqjations
make both homes unp..fe for
occupancy.
On Wednesday. Harpmond'
and sheriffs deputies vvis!id the .
homes to verify that the c6didem-
nation order was being complied
with..
While posting the notice", of
condemnation. Hammond also
unOtip.l'dan j}yvr.frorp Kentucky .
Which was renting one of the
Homes of the process.
Power was also cut off to both
homes sometime Wednesday
afternoon.
County Attorney Tim
McFarland advised the board that
a hearing is set for May 22nd
before the circuit judge on the
Bobzien homes.


I'ERW P wAR- -n
f' Members qf- te. Port St. Joe Port Authority look' over their new port facility with
". visionary eyes g ;tlans are made for renewed shipping activities.
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Road Bonds and Lighthouse


Top GC Commission's Agenda


Gulf County commissioners
agreed to move forward with
plans to expand their current
81.3 million road paving project
to $3.225 million by extending the
current road bond issue.
Commissioners are intending
to take advantage of several grant
opportunities and lower interest
rates to maximize paving dollars.
During Tuesday's meeting, the
board voted to advertise an ordi-
nance to issue up to $4 million in
road paving bonds.
-Gulf County Building Official
Michael Hammond reported to the
board that he and County Clerk
D.oug Birmingham had met with.
Morgan JKeegan's bonding agent
Tuesday and if all goes well the
county could'have road paving
funds from the bonds in hand
within three to four weeks. State
and federal road funds received
by the county will continue to be
earmarked to repay the bond
issue.
The current issue is due to be
paid off in 2009. The extended
agreement will add five years to
the pay-off date. The extension
does not include an extension of
the 6 local option gas tax, which
is also due to expire in 2009.
Some of the major roads on
the iist include- ',

Wewa Commission
Getting Ready for 4th
Wewahitchka city commis-
sioners are getting ready for the
annual Fourth of July fireworks
celebration.
The board authorized
Commissioner Brian Cox to nego-
tiate and sign a contract with
South West Fireworks to provide a
similar show to what the city
exhibited last year.
Board members also received
notification of a minor rate
increase in garbage pick-up cost
from Waste Management.
Employees for the City of
Wewahitchka got good news on
their retirement program as com-
missioners heard the final reading
of an ordinance naming the
Florida Municipal Pension Trust
as the city's retirement fund over-
seer.


*Industrial Road-S400,000
project., funded through a 75/25
match grant;
*County Road 5 (prison
access road from Highway 22)-
$700,000 project, 40/60 match-
ing grant:
*Gulf County Shipbuilding-
Sl million project, 100% state
grant;
*Roadway under the Highway
98 overpass fronting new busi-
nesses-$75,000 project, 100%
state grant;:
*Doc Whitfield Road (Howard
Greek Road)-- million project,
75/25 matching grant pending
approval; and
*Lake Grove Road (Damrn
Road)-renovations to old
dam/bridge,' $250,000 grant
pending approval.
County/Historical Society
Seeking Lighthouse Contract

Chairman of the St. Joseph


Historical Society's Lighthouse
Committee. Betty McNeill,
approached commissioners
requesting the board partner with
the historical society to bid for the
Cape San Bias Lighthouse and
two lighthouse keepers' quarters.
The Air Force is in the process
of advertising for proposals from
interested groups wishing to take
over the structures. Gulf County
and the historical society are sup-
posed to have an inside track on
this offering because of their past
support for Eglin to obtain the
lighthouse property.
McNeill and Gulf County
Administrator Don Butler
explained to the board that the
historical society wished to sub-
lease the property and would
operate, maintain and restore the
buildings. McNeill said the goals
would be to relight the lighthouse,
(See COUNTY on Page 8A)


April Proclaimed As Beautification Month
Community leaders watch as Mayor Frank Pate signs a proclama-
tion designating April as Beautification Month in Port St. Joe. The
city is partnering with business owners, civic organizations and resi-
dents to encourage the support and participation of all friends,
neighbors, and fellow citizens to clean-up and fix-up to emphasize
the beauty of the town. Shown above are Rex Buzzett, Chairman of
the Downtown Redevelopment Board, Paula Pickett, TDC Director,
Shirley Ramsey, Gulf Chamber of Commerce president, and Bunny
Miller, Port St. Joe Garden Club president.


April 9, Last Day of
Voter Registration
Monday, April. 9th is the last
day for residents to register. to
vote in the port St. Joe city elec-
tion to be held Tuesday, May 8.
Gulf County Supervisor of
Elections Linda Griffin said that
after that day the books will be
closed until after the May 8 elec-
tion.
Registration forms are avail-
able now at the elections office in
room 122 in the Gulf County
Courthouse. Griffin said' she
would be conducting a voter drive
at Duren's Piggly Wiggly on
Saturday, March 31st and April
7th, from 9:00 a.m until 1:00 p.m.
for those who want to register or
update their voter registration.
Those who wish to register by mail
can call her office for assistance at
229-6117.
The office of mayor-commis-
sioner, as well. as commissioners
in Group I and II are up for re-
election. Mayor Frank Pate and
Commissioners Christine Will-
iams and Eugene Raffield cur-
rently hold those seats. Williams
(See ELECTION on Page 3A)


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The Star

PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MARCH 29 2001, .


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EDITORIAL COMMENTARY
COLUMN
WRITTEN BY
WILLIE RAMSEY, EDITOR


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Writing On Hearts



Is Hard to Do

Everybody has their own theory as to why so many kids are
killing other kids in schools across the country.
I thought it rather interesting as I read the paper Saturday that
two different groups reviewing these deaths over the past year
('99/'00) don't agree on how many kids actually lost their lives in
school-related violent deaths. One group said the number was 16,-
while another said 31 deaths took place on or around the nation's
school campuses.
Whichever group is right, or if the answer lies somewhere in
between the two numbers, one killing is too many for us to toler-
ate without seeking explanations and a cure for what ails us as a
society.
Over the last few weeks it has happened again. A few troubled
youth have carrier guns to school and fired on their classmates.
Why??? Why??? Why???
Society is crying out for an answer, looking for someone or.
something to blame for these ills. The anti-gun advocates feel they
have the answer-'Take away guns or prevent access!!!"
Indeed there should be some credence given to requiring gun
trigger locks. As a gun owner, I would suggest that we owners are
part of the problem if we can't join in' on reasonable safety mea-
sures to help insure the safety four kids and help prevent need-
less killings (accidental or intentional).
But, while we talk about the reasonable measures, we do need
to also remember that students involved in these incidents have
broken numerous local, state, and national laws just to get guns
on campus. So it's probably illogical to toss all the blame on
guns and gun owners.
United States Attorney General John Ashcroft expressed his
views recently that violent video games and entertainment aimed
at kids could also be a major contributing factor. During his inter-
view on ABC's "Good Morning America" he suggested that even the
way news media reports these incidents could possibly promote
copy cat replications.
Ashcroft is probably exactly right, too. No doubt that continu-
al exposure to violence could lead to a distorted image of right and
wrong and how to react to problems. This is especially true in,
cases where troubled youth are dealing with what they consider to
be insurmountable problems.
Yes, the news media can also bear a little of this responsibili-
ty. M aybe even a lot!!! -, ,... : -:' :-,- .
Sometimes-in 'their: (our) zeal to sensationalize a story, to he
maximum extent, thus' draw: more viewers/readers (wvhlcbf f
course, equals more dollars)-the media's reporting could surely
offer fuel for copy cat youth.
But, then again we need not forget all those other external and
internal forces that could trigger these acts-violent movies, lyrics
to "songs," parental involvement or dysfunctional family lives,' kids
being cruel to other kids, peer pressure, cults, teachers, etc., etc.,
etc.
This list could go on forever I imagine one day soon I'll
read. hear. or see where some scientist somewhere has determined
that the fertilizer used to help grow the wheat to feed the cows that
produce the milk our kids have been drinking is the true culprit in
producing these violent tendencies. .
I believe true solutions to these deep seated, problems within
our society go far beyond more laws, more rules, or more regula-'
tions.
As we exchange our currency, pledge to our flag, or repeat our
National motto we might find the answer has been right 'under our
nose allt along ...,.."In God we trust."
Schools-in Mississippi will soon have this motto displayed in
their classrooms, cafeterias, and auditoriums.. Let's pray this,
motto finds a place to be posted in the hearts and lives of our kids
.... nation and world.


I started writing a book on
chewing tobacco twenty-five years
ago., Two things have hampered
greatly the completion of that'
work. One was Wesley Ramsey.
That sneaky, devious so and so.'
tricked me into doing a weakly col-
umn, thereby diverting my writing
attention.
The other thing was, I quit


Hunker Down With Kes by Kesley Colbert.t



| Amazing What They Remember!


chewing.
I have half of that book out-
lined and almost three whole
chapters completed. I even had the
title. There's No Polite II'ay To Get
/I Out. and was looking around for
that Abner Doubleday veu that
publishes books when the whole
idea went on hiatus.
Listen, I had to throw in a lot
of chews doing research for, that
book! ;You take that section on
"Good .Meals To Chew After," for
instance, you can't do it justice if
you don't eat ,lots of groceries and
insert some Red Man or Brown
Mule -or Warren. County Twist
directly after the last bite.

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And. naturally, taste buds and
individual likes and dislikes have
to be factored in-but there are
some standards that are going to
hold true pretty much all the time.
Spaghetti is a great meal to
chew after. Fish and cheese ants
are just so-so. Sauerkraut and
wieners are terrible-unless you
conclude with some lemon ice box
pie to kinda take the edge. off that
sauerkrauit! I couldn't hardly wait
to finish the barbeque ribs and
baked beans so I could get to the
Beech Nut. And chicken was pret-
ty'good, .if it wasn't fried in too
much grease ... well, you get the
idea.
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If They Move It, Won't You All Come Along?


IT'S GETTING CLOSER and
closer to moving date here at The "
Star and I don't envy them a bit.
I told Willie the other day
they would probably be a year'.
getting everything moved and
back in operation once again.
Every time I come to the
office to: set up my column now, I
ease in the door, making sure
they haven't started the chore of
re-locating. I don't want to get in
the middle of that exercise.
They've already had a-techni-
cian come in and wire up the
computers for them. Of course
they won't know if he did the job
correctly until 'they move the
computers and plug them in.
There's enough cable and
wires, now, to trip you wherever
one goes, running from one com-
puter to the other, to the printer,
arid even to the color copier. It's
a mess, but somehow or other, it
works!
Now, if only the technician
can get this bird's nest of wires


and cables sorted out and head-
ed in the right direction once
again. It's been sort of like.
"Topsy," we just added another
wire when we added another
computer with another job to do.
We started out with three
tiny 'computers, whose only
function was to set type. Now,
there's eight,',with various func-
tions such as printing pictures,
putting the paper content on the
wire, keeping books,, drawing
special illustrations,, making
logos out of special artwork, etc.

I SAID A WHILE back that I
was going to be hard to find


-THE STAR-
USPHS 518-880
Published Every Thursday at 304-308 Williams Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
by The Star Publishing Company of Port St. Joe, Inc.
Periodical Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, FL

William H. Ramsey . Editor & Publisher, President
Wesley R. Ramsey . . . Editor Emeritus
Shirley Ramsey Graphic Design/Office Manager


when 'they started to move: all
this stiff and place it in another
building.
There's enough pieces- :of
paraphernalia on the table which
is holding the computer. I'm
using to set type for this column,
to keep a person busy for most of
the day, moving and relocating.
Multiply that by the. six
tables, assorted desks, multi-
tude of shelves and filing cabi-
nets in.this room alone, and you
have. a big job! Then, there are
six .rooms to the entire building
which will make moving this
typesetting room look easy to
accomplish.


.POSTMASTER:"
Send Address Change to:
THE STAR
Post Office Box 308
Port St. Joe, FL 32457-0308
Phone (850) 227-1278
PERIODICAL RATE POSTAGE
PAID AT PORT ST. JOE, FL 32457
WEEKLY PUBLISHING


. I don't know what possessed
Willie to decide to move in the
first place. I know he needs the
room. The plant was expanded
about as much as it could be
expanded before I retired. It's a
disaster area now.

I'VE NEVER MOVED a
printing shop, nor the offices
which go with them.
I did help move a small one
in Warner Robins once, but it all
fit in a double garage so it wasn't'
so bad. Still, it was bad enough!
It was: my job to see that the
Linotype machine was moved
and put back into operation once
again.
We didn't have anything to
move but two type cases, a
Linotype, a job press and a two-
page newspaper press, along
with the gaggle of equipment
which went with these items.
That was enough moving to
do me for quite a while.
Here, at The Star, when we


needed more room, we 'just
bought or .built another building r
and filled it up. Now, there are
no adjacent buildings to buy!

THEY SAY A. move is equiva-
lent, to a fire. That isn't so,
because insurance would take
care of some of the inconve-
niehce. Moving just costs!'
This will be the first time.
since The Star was founded that
it has been in a different loca-
tion. That's nearly 65 years in
one spot.
Someone told me the other
,day that it won't seem like The
Star in a new location. They have
become accustomedto thinking
of The Star's location as 308
Williams Avenue. It's always
been there for a lifetime arid it
will be difficult to think' of it
being at another location.
A week or two ago, I men-
tioned former county commis-
sioner T. D. "Doc" Whitfield, and
his observation to the commis-


SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY $15.00 IN COUNTY $10.00 SIX MONTHS
OUT OF COUNTY $20.00 YEAR OUT OF COUNTY $15.00 SIX MONTHS


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TO ALL ADVERTISERS In case of error or omissions in advertisements
the publishers do not hold themselves liable for damage further than
amount received for such advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed
word is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely
asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The
spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


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Places to chew is pretty impor-
tant. I preferred the great outdoors-
to the foyer of your girlfriend's
house. Something about a fire. at
night just naturally bnngs out the
best in a chew.
And there's something about
your, girlfriend's mother looking,
down her nose as you both squirm-
in the deafening silence by thl'
front door while waiting for Julia
Ann to promenade down those
steps .... whew! It almost makes
you wish you'd awaited: five min-
utes before throwing that chaw
'in!
I've about stopped coon hunt-
ing these days. I know as soon 4s
those dogs open and we settle on
that tailgate I'm, going to get an
almighty powerful urge to reach
for the Mail Pouch. As a matter :of
fact, I can see a picture' of a co 6*n
today and automatically start
looking for a place to spit. It just-
an association for me that seems'.
natural .... and right!
I've been privileged to know
some great spitters over the years.
My college baseball coach was a
plug man and he'd get right up ,ir
your face when he was yelling ,at
you for not covering second base.
He could'wet you down real good!
Walter Wilder is. a spray man.
Buddy Floore uses more of the
drop method. You could learn a lot
about "getting it out" from any of :
them!
And I'll tell you something
else, chewing has brought me one
or two extra-good, shining
moments. I was at some kind 'of
too .fancy a'dinner over in
Tallahassee several years ago. We
were just finishing up the last .,of
the sorbet when the much-better-
off-and-proud-of-it-lady beside me
lit up a Virginia Slim. She blew
smoke in my face for a few minutes'
before- turning: to me, and curtly
asking, "Do you mind if I smoke?"
I twisted a three pronged fork
around in my hand .... pondering
life, this evening, my upbringing.
waiters with white gloves, an unrc -
who drank moonshine. cussed41:,
occasion and eschewed neck ties
and pomposity, the social attain-
-ment of all present, and what the.
heck I was even doing here in the
first place!
I reached in my back left ip
pocket for'the Levi-Garret. I putl .
an extra large chew. And I mae i
sure a few leaves were danglingn'
from my lip for all my new found
friends to see. I wallared that wad
around enough to get a little juice
trickling down the outside of mS;i
mouth and then turned ht';
"Virginia" and as politely as I could
manage. asked, "Do you rmnd ifjI'
chew?" I think it was Keats who'I
said, "A thing of beauty is ajoy for-'
'ever. '
:This entire foray into "chews.
past" was prompted by John .
Owens. John was a favorite stu:-
dent *of mine' from a few years i
-back. (O.K., a lotta years backl' I
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)

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sion trying to decide where .to
put the new courthouse in.Port
St. Joe. "Doc" remarked,.
"Wherever they put it, I'll find i.tl
That's the attitude everybody
will have to have about The Star I;
after it moves. Wherever theV,'l
move to, you'll have to find it! i
Port St. Joe isn't that big. f

I GUESS THAT'S why W-.ili'
is planning to move at this par, I
ticular time. If the town grow.; i
people will have ample time t`
find out where The Star is locate
ed and become accustomed to it:
new location ..i
The move has been a well
advertised secret thus 'far"
Almost everybody in town know
the plant will be moved, and juS
exactly where. j i
In about three weeks, yoi,
will find us, at home, at 209-2 1 1
Reid .Avenue; the building'fo-
merly occupied by Helltg-Meyers
Furniture Company. |

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Port


"We owe Diane and Tommy a
great debt of gratitude for their
efforts in bringing this financial
package together," Nedley said.
-The six million dollars in
funds includes Enterprise
Florida-$2 million, FSTED-$2
million, and $2 million in Port
Authority matching funds.
One of the keys to the
Enterprise Florida grant falling in


place was the signing of the land
purchase agreement just over a
week ago. Enterprise Florida
requires that grant recipients own
the land impacted by the trans-
portation grant or have a lease in
excess of 20 years.
Site Inspection
It is ironic that in the back-
ground of pictures taken during a
site inspection and grant


The

Gulf Federated '

Republican Women

would like to invite you to join them for

dinner on April 20th at 7:00 p.m.,

at Butler's Restaurant in Port St. Joe


The Guest Speaker will be


Representative Bev Kilmer |

Cost of the Dinner is $20 per Person

Reservations may be made by mail to:
G.F.R.W.
P. 0. Box 616, Port St. Joe, FL 32457
or by calling
647-2923 or 229-8430.
;Please specify your preference of Steak or Seafood when
making your reservations.

Seating is Limited, so Reserve Your Seat Today!


From Page 1
announcement Tuesday morning
stands the shut down paper mill
site. In the foreground lies the
rusted remains of the Port of Port
St. Joe and the wind-blown and
weathered warehouse building.
The old port remains remind
folks of the economic hey days
and now are a symbol of a new
economic horizon.
Much of the old bulkhead
structure has -corroded to the
point of falling over into the void
left by erosion between the bulk-
head and dock. Those gaping
holes will soon be filled in as a
new bulkhead is built and the
dock is totally refurbished.
Pitts said estimates to rebuild
the bulkhead come in at just over
$3 million.
One of the first major signs of
construction will be the demoli-
tion of the old port warehouse.
This is necessary because the
bulkhead tieback wall connectors
will extend underground land-
ward beyond the building. The old
warehouse is in very poor condi-
tion.
As part of the land purchase
agreement, the St. Joe Company
will be demolishing the building.
According to St. Joe Timberland
President Clay Smallwood,
Arizona Chemical is the only tean-
ant currently using the ware-
house. St. Joe Company and
Arizona have worked out other
arrangements for the storage of
Arizona's product.


Election
',From Page 1
was appointed to complete the
term of Damon McNair, Jr. who
resigned to seek a School Board
seat, and Raffleld was appointed
to complete the term of Jorge San
Pedro who resigned to seek a
County Commission seat.
The candidate-qualifying
period will begin Wednesday, April
11th at 12:00 noon and end on
Wednesday, April 18th at 12:00
noon. Forms for filing are also
available in the Supervisor of
Elections office in room, 122 at the
courthouse.


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2001 PAGE 3.



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Raffield's Completes Rebuild
It took eight years to do it, but years that followed, various Eugene Raffield said the
Raffield's Fisheries has just restrictions, rules and regulations Raffield family and employees are
recently completed the rebuilding have limited the commercial fish- most appreciative of the support
of its mOn Main prch 15essing plant bufire ing which has hampered efforts to and help the community has
destroyed the building. Over the rebuild the. plant. given them over these years.


Pate'
unity using my 30 years of expe-
rience and leadership skills to
assist the city through these chal-
lenging times.
S'We are now going to feel the
full impact of the mill closure on
the city's operating budget. With
my knowledge and background in
important areas such as the
wastewater treatment plant and
budget management, I will do
everything I can to find reason-.
able solutions to our. budget
shortfalls.
During this past term I estab-





SAVING
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NEWS-
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From Page 1
lished a Mayor's office, and I will
continue to be accessible and
available to work with the com-
mission, and to meet the citizens
and business leaders in looking
for ways to protect our city ser-
vices, help our business commu-
nity and bring more jobs back to
Port St. Joe. I want to continue
the work we have started on port
development,, changes to our
wastewater treatment facility, city
annexation, park and recreational'
development, and downtown rede-
velopment
We continue to face a difficult
challenge. Working together,
using our experience and talent
we have in this community we can,
meet these challenges and make
Port St. Joe an even better place
to live and work. I appreciate the
strong support I have received
from the citizens of this commu-
nity," he concluded.
0Complaint Dismissed
Against Comm. Peters
The Florida Commission on
Ethics announced on Thursday,
" March 15th, that it had dismissed
San ethics complaint. filed by
Tomr ,t%,tno against 'County
Commissioner Nathan Peters, Jr.
According to the commission,
the complaint was dismissed for
failure to constitute a legally suf-
ficient complaint.


Energy

Assistance

For Elderly
The'Area Agency on Aging
announces the availability of
Emergency Home Energy
Assistance to the Elderly Program
(EHEAEP) funds for 'eligible
households in the following coun-
ties; Bay,' Calhoun, Franklin,
Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, jackson,
Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Madison,'
Taylor, Wakulla, and Washington.
The EHEAEP program can
provide assistance .with heating
crises up until March 31. Cooling
crises assistance will begin April
1, and end no later than
September 30.
Eligibility criteria includes,,
but is not limited to: 1) at least
, one person of age 60 or older
must reside in the home; 2) the
total household income must not
exceed 125% of the federal
poverty level; 3) proof of income of
all .household members must be
verifiable, and 4) energy crisis
must be verifiable by an energy
provider. ..
,'. The ,EHEAEP program'in Gulf
County is located at the Gulf
County Senior Citizens Associa-
tion, Inc, 120 Library Drive in Port
St. Joe. The phone number is
850-229-8466 or 6655 or 850-
227-2101.


-= Kesley FromPage 2A


didn't teach, him much, but the
Lord knows., I tried. Apparently, he
remembered more of the lectures
than I've been giving him credit for.
He sent word that he' is still wait-,
ing for that chapter on how to spit
correctly when chewing in a'mov-
ing automobile.
Well,.John, let me giveyou two
quick tips. Don't try to spit out the
window when the window is rolled
all the way up .or all the way
* down,. I have done both. Neither
works! .
If the window is up, you've got
a mess! You' roll that window all
the way down and you will wet the
entire side of your automobile-
and you'll also soak all the people
in the back -seat if they foolishly
have the back window down with a
spitter up front! .
Crack the window about three
and, a half inches. Don't overload


your mouth, get a "comfortable"
amount of juice and let it fly-and,
here's the crucial point, upward,
catching the natural flow 'of air
caused by the aeronautical design
of the automobile. You hit that jet
stream and the tobacco "waste
product" is lifted above your, car
and carried harmlessly away.
Well, it's harmless for you and
your car. I'm not responsible for
your Aunt Matilda if she's follow-
ing too close behind in her Ford
Falcon.
Now John, this ends today's
lesson. But I was just wondering,
do you remember any of our dis-
cussions on Karl Marx and The
'Communist 'Manifesto, or the
Treaty of Guadalupe, Hidalgo, or
Franklin Roosevelt and his New
Deal, ,or. Jane Fonda, or
Tippecanoe and Tyler Too ....
Thanks For Checking In,
Coach


NOTICE TO ALL GULF

COUNTY BED TAX

COLLECTORS:


AS OF APRIL 1, 2001 ALL BED

TAXES COLLECTED ARE TO BE PAID

DIRECTLY TO THE GULF COUNTY

TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.
Ordinance Number 2001-01
Shirley Jenkins
Gulf County Tax Collector
1000 Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Blvd., Suite 100
Port St. Joe, FL 32456

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS,
PLEASE CALL 229-7800
5tc 03-04/01


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2001


Wewahitchka
Woman's Club
The Wewahitchka Woman's
Club met March 14 at the Gulf
Coast Electric Cooperative confer-
ence room with 24 members and
one guest present.
Carolyn Drury conducted the
business meeting. Ferald Greer
gave the devotion entitled "Noah's
Ark."
Mary Pridgeon presented the
guest speaker, Don Washabaugh.
He is with the Department of
Juvenile Justice.
Plans were finalized for the
'Pancake Breakfast March 17 at
Maxine's Restaurant.

Card of Thanks
If you made a call or whis-
pered a prayer, or just stopped by
to let our family know you cared.
If you brought a dish or sat a
while, or shared a thought or a
quiet smile. If you sent flowers,
letters, telegrams or cards to ease
our pain when times were hard. If
you listened as we recalled the
beauty of this life that touched us
all.
Then we wish to let you know
that we thank you, and pray God
will bless you, because you
shared with us and cared for us in
our loss. May God bless you is our
prayer.
The family of Terrell Jackson


"Kiss Me Kate" At Dixie Theatre


Jan Nobles (right) and Debbie Ward proudly display an origi-
nal oil painting to be given away in a fund-raiser on April 23rd.
The painting was donated by the artist, Cojean Burns, a cancer
survivor. Donations of $2 per chance are being accepted at
Emerald Coast Credit Union.


ECFCU Sporting Two

Teams in "Relay for Life"


Emerald Coast Federal Credit
Union is proud to have two teams
participating in the Gulf County
Relay for -Life, sponsored by the
American Cancer Society.
The Relay for Life is the


Easter Pageant


The 'Gulf County Senior
Citizens will be conducting the
second annual "Miss Easter
Pageant." The pageant will be
open to any Gulf County pre-
school up 12th grade students.
Every contestant will receive a tro-
phy. The judging will be as fol-
lows, kindergarten through first
grade, second through 'third
'grade, fourth through SL'th grade.
and seventh through twelfth
grade.
The pageant practice sessions
will be as follows: pre-school-first
grade, April 4, 4:00-6:00 p.m..
second-sixth grade, April 5, 4:00-
6:00 p.m., and seventh-twelfth
grade, April 6, 4:00-6:00 : p.m
Everyone will have a practice


rehearsal in regular clothes on
April 6 at 6:00 p.m. The Miss
Easter Pageant will be held April 7 -
at 7:00 p.m.
All practices will be held at
the Port St. Joe Elementary
School Auditorium. The entry fee
will be $10.00 per contestant.
Applications will be available at
Ard's Florist, Melita's Boutique,
Port St. Joe Elementary and High
School.. Applications are also
available in Wewahitchka at the
elementary school and high
school. The deadline is April 4.
They must have 30 contes-
tants at a minimum. All applica-
'^tions must be returned to where
you picked them up by the end of
school on April 4. All times are
eastern.


Historic Apalachicola C

And Antique iBoat Shot w


The third annual Apalachi-
cola Antique and Classic Boat
Show will be held on Saturday
April 28. Stroll along the streets of
historic downtown Apalachicola
where antique boats and classic
Circuit 14 Mentoring
Coalition Meeting
The Circuit 14 Mentoring
Coalition will hold its regular
meeting on Thursday, April 5, at
9:00 a.m.,; CT at the Youth In
Action Community Center. located
at 2506 East Business Highway
98 in Panama City.
The meeting is open to. the.
public and citizens interested in
learning about mentoring pro-
grams in this circuit are invited to
attend. For more information.
contact Wanda W. Jackson,
Department of Juvenile Justice
Partnership Coordinator. at 850-
638-6010 or Mazy Jenklns, men-,
toring Coalition 'vice-chair, at
850-784-3624.













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The Gulf County
Tourist Development
Council is now accept-
ing funding requests for
the 2001-2002 fiscal
year.
Request forms may
be picked up at the TDC
office (Robert M. Moore
Administrative
Building) or you may
call Paula at 229-7800.
All requests need to be
turned in prior to April
2, 2001 by 5:00 p.m.


examples of traditional vessels
will be on display. This festival
will emphasize the maritime his-
tory of the picturesque coastal
town.
,Special highlights will include
the 1877 Governor Stone, an
authentic, fully, restored 63-foot
Gulf Coast schooner that embod-
ies the 'rich fishing history of
Apalachicola Bay. Plus authentic
oyster boats, workboats and a
wide" array of small classic and
aititque boats from Chns Crafts to


American Cancer Society's
Nationwide Signature Event. This
event focuses on all age groups
for both males .and females, can-
cer patients, families. and corpo-
rate participation.
Celebrating cancer survivor-
ship and hope for a cure, the
event brings focus to the role that
prevention and early detection of
cancer plays in all age groups.
This year's theme is "Team
Players, Playing for Life."
The Port -St. Joe location's
team .is Emerald Coast "Stars"
Sand the Wewahitchka branch's is
Emerald' Coast "Strikers."
If you or someone you know is
a cancer survivor, please contact
the credit union before April 10th.
Just leave your name and address
and you will receive all the infor-
mation concerning special events
for you or your loved ones.
As a fund-raiser, the credit
union is having a bake sale every
Thursday and Friday. Also,
Beanie Babies are on sale, along
with grab bags for children and
Easter and spring goody baskets.
Plans upcoming in April


lassie

April 28th
Lymans. Enjoy a display of
antique outboard engines and a
model boat: exhibit, nautical arts
and crafts and nautical antiques.
If you have an antique boat
built prior to 1970, or a classic
example of a traditional vessel.
and are interested in showing it,-
please contact .the Apalachicola
Bay Chamber at (850) 653-9419
or, e-mail chamberl''digital
exp.com. For more information
please call or e-mail the above.


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On Saturday, April 7 the
Wakulla Community Theatre will
bring their production of Cole
Porter's hit musical "Kiss Me
Kate" to the Dixie Theatre'.
The Dixie Theatre and the
Panhandle Players are presenting
this performance, which begins at
8:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 7.
Tickets for the performance of
"Kiss Me Kate" are $10.00 and
may be purchased at the Dixie
Theatre Box Office Wednesdays
and Fridays from 11:00 a.m. until
2:00 p.m. and on Saturday, April
7 from 2:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
The Wakulla Community The-
atre has a long history of success-
ful musical productions. Last year
Spring Style Show
The United Methodist Women
are sponsoring their annual
spring style show on Saturday,
April 7, at 11:30 a.m., in the fel-
lowship hall of the church.
Everyone is invited to go and
choose their spring ensemble
from Aline's, Interiors Etc., and
Malita's Boutique.
Tickets/ are $10 each and may
be purchased form any member of
the United Methodist Women.
include:


*giant rummage sale at the
credit union on April 6th;
*photos with the Easter
bunny and an Easter egg hunt at
Frank Pate Park on April 14th;
and
'*Relay for Life celebration on
April 20th and 21st.
The Emerald Coast "Stars"
inchlde April Redmond, Kenneth
Weimorts, Jan Nobles, Tamara
Barnes, Kelly Ford, Sheila Wilder,
Cindy White, Lisa Davis, Angela
Player, Debbie 'Ward, Nancy
Wigsten, Ginger Manley, Vicki
Thomas, Cheryl' Peak, Midge
Stevens, and Vanessa Dykes.
Emerald Coast "Strikers" are
Debbie Gortman, Kathy Adams,
Teresa Taylor, Gloria Wood, Gwen
McGill, and Barbara Taunton.


it was "Pajama Game." In years
past there was "Hello Dolly,"
"Guys and Dolls," "Oklahoma,"'
"South Pacific," "Camelot," and
many others.
"Kiss Me Kate" with music
and lyrics by Cole Porter and the
book by Samuel and Bella
Spewack is taken from William
Shakespeare's play, "'The Taming
of the Shrew."
After opening on Broadway in
December 1948, "Kiss Me Kate"
ran for over two and a half years.
The musical has over fifteen
songs, some of which went on to
become national and internation-
al favorites.
"Kiss Me Kate" won Broad-
way's coveted Tony Award in 1949
and again last year, for its New
York revival.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL *THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2001 PAGE 5A


sA Ii. -' First Pentecostal Funded by duPont Offers


SWEWA MEDICAL CENTER Enrichment Programs For St. Joe Children
iMalvinder S. Ajit, M.D. The First Pentecostal Holiness ing. Additionally, the program is need of qualified teachers to teach however, additional help is needed
i Church of Port St. Joe is pleased designed to benefit the student in voice, reading music, and piano. in this area as well. The music
SPediatrics & Internal Medicine to announce the receipt of a grant all areas of language arts. At the present time. basic guitar program is intended to give all
h rid a 00 from the Jessie Ball duPont fund The music program is i dire instructions ae being provided, children the opportunity to pur-
Hours: Monday through Friday-8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to operate a reading tutorial and' T' sue musicalinstruction, irrespec-
New Patients Welcome yr music program for the next three I I am a i tve of financial ability.
S years. These programs are free of Eventually, the students in


Please Call 639-5828 for Appointment
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Shrimp Crabs *
Groceries Gumbo
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IN SS Beer & Wine
W Blue Bunny Ice Cream

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


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1.'


S charge to participants. The
church is providing the services of
the reading teacher, transporta-
tion from school to the church
and then home. They are also pro-
viding the use of their facility
while the grant monies, will be
used to purchase musical instru-
ments, supplies, and to pay for
the services of qualified music
teachers.


The reading program is cur-
rently underway and at the pre-.
sent time .has 13 students. Joan
Sturdivant, the,teacher, is a certi-
fied teacher and has taught public
school in Virginia, West Virginia,
and Texas. Additionally, she has
taught Chapter One reading for
four.years in Jefferson County,
West Virginia. Her program is lit-
erature based and incorporates all
of the skills students need to be
successful.
The intent of the reading pro-
gram is. to supplement and aid
classroom teachers with students
experiencing difficulty with read-

Grand Opening
Planned for
"Happy Ours"
Happy Ours Kayak and
Canoe Rentals, owned by Dan
and Debbie VanVleet, will cele-
brate its grand opening on
Saturday, March 31st, from 1:00
to 5:00 p.m., eastern time.
The public is invited to stop
by and visit this new business
located directly on St. Joseph Bay
at 775 Cape San Blas Road. Ice
cream and sodas will be served,
and adults may try out a kayak or
canoe for free! Happy ,Ours is
fleeted with a new line of sit-on-
top ocean kayaks, sit-in Precision
kayaks, and Mohawk canoes:.
In addition to kayak and
canoe rentals, Happy Ours' spe-
cializes in eco-tours, guided fish-
ing and skin-diving trips in St.
Joseph Bay with an emphasis-on
understanding and conserving its
unique marine environment.
You're encouraged to visit
' Happy ours' website at
http:// www.HappyOursKayak.
com or call (850) 229-1991 for
more information.


Hold Employment
Florida State University at p.m. at the FSU f
Panama City' is holding an ference Center. T
Employment Exposition, April 3 to the community


through 5, from 3:30 until 6:00


Michael James Taylor

Taylor Training to
Be Navy Mineman
Following graduation from
Wewahitchka High School in
' 2000, Michael James Taylor
enlisted in the United States Navy
through his recruiter Petty Officer
Beaufort in Panama City.
Taylor entered basic training
at Great Lakes Naval Training
Command Center in August and
graduated in October. For the
past five months, hehas been
participating, in the Navy's mine-
man program in Eno1eside. Tex.as,
and will graduate in April.
Following his training com-
pletion, Taylor is scheduled to be
shipped overseas to Bahrain in
the Persian Gulf, off the coast of
Arabia.
Taylor is the son of Vince and
Patricia Taylor of Overstreet and
the grandson of Flora Miller and
... the-late Hubert Miller. andamrnes
Graves and the late Virillar
Graves, all of Port St. Joe.




PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the.Gulf,
C, ountr, Boird nf Count-; C..mm l..ner ".'i1 hold a
publl.: hir, h I cI, .:.:nildcr ad.,:pu,.n i .n ,or,-inanre
L l i tr 1 n ', 11'.: .ing ulr. .
AN ORDINANCE OF' THE BOARD OF
'COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF GULF
COUNTY,* FLORIDA AUTHORIZING THE
ISSUANCE OF NOT TO EXCEED
$4,000,000 GAS TAX REVENUE BONDS.
SERIES 2001 TO PAY THE COSTS OF CER-
TAIN CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS; PROVID-
ING FOR THE PAYMENT OF SAID BONDS
FROM THE LOCAL OPiON C li S T X THE
COUNTY GAS. T.:k AljC, THE. :C.'-TiTI,.
TION.AL GAS TIA .Ii- jri C .EZEF.T-[ri
CO'.' i ,sti*: srJE, ,sGF.E.E rn.lE -'S in C:,' J '
NECTION THEFRP'.T1HI FF-:'.1EiriNG F:OR
CONFLICTS. PR-:.'.1.iErC Fo:F -E' P.-E.iL.
ITi -ij' P iF.' 1irj. F-f .f r!1 EFFECTIVE.
Complete ordinance on file In the Clerk's Office *
The public hearing v-II bce h.ll it 6:05 p.m.; E.S.T.
on April 10, 2001 In ie C,-.....r, r Commissioners"
meeting room in the Robert M. Moore
Administration Building. Gulf County Courthouse
Complex, In Port St. Joe, Florida.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: NATHAN PETERS, JR., CHAIRMAN
ATTEST:
DOUGLAS C. BIRMINGHAM, CLERK
2tc,.March 29 and April 5, 2001..


DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
BEGINS APRIL 1ST


Expo
Panama City con-
This event is open
y as an' opportu-


the music program will perform
fdr the public. It is hoped that the
community will respond to these
events and encourage the stu-
dents to continue with their stud-
ies.


nity. to speak wl h representatives In order for these programs to
of companies and agencies about be successful they need wide
position opportunities. Each night spread community support. Their
of the exposition will highlight desire is to reach every child in
specific job markets: Tuesday, Port St. Joe who needs help with
technology; Wednesday, business reading or who has a desire to
and communication, dnd pursue musical training. They
Thursday, health and human ser- believe that children who are suc-
vices. cessful .in school and have the
For more information call opportunity to enrich their lives
522-2007. Businesses interested, through music will enhance their
in reserving a table to be attended chances for success as adults.
by staff may access an online Anyone wishing to participate in
form at www.pe.fsu.edu or call the these programs is encouraged to
FSU Panama City Career and contact Pastor Marc Sturdivant at
Advising Center. There will be no 229-6622 or 227-1493. Adult vol-
' fee associated with participation unteers are encouraged to
in the Exposition. respond.


.. . -


GC 4-H'ers Place at Wakulla Swine Judging
The:Wakulla County annual swine judging contest was held
on February 23rd in Crawfordville. Gulf County's senior team
placed second in the contest. Jennifer Williams was the high
scoring individual for the contest, scoring at total of 382 points
of a possible 400 points.
Team members were, left to right, are Francis Posell, Melissa
Askew, Cameron Home, and Jennifer Williams.


Dr. Daniel E. Feitz
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SPRING CLEAN-UP

The Annual District 3 Spring Clean-Up will begin Monday,
April 16, 2001. All items must be placed on the right-of-way by
Friday, April 13, 2001. The clean-up will begin in Beacon Hill,
through the Beaches, Highland View, Port St. Joe, and White City.
This is a one time pick-up-NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

All items must be separated (i.e. white goods, wood products,
yard debris, etc.)

PLEASE, NO HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE

If you have any questions, please contact the Gulf County
Commission Office at (850) 229-6106.


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District 3


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R E MIN D ER


2000 PROPERTY TAXES DELINQUENT ON APRIL 1

3% INTEREST WILL BE ADDED TO UNPAID REAL ESTATE TAXES ON
APRIL 1. ADVERTISING COSTS WILL BE ADDED ON MAY 1.

1 1/2% INTEREST PER MONTH WILL BE ADDED TO PERSONAL PROP-
ERTY TAXES BEGINNING APRIL 1. ADVERTISING COSTS WILL BE
ADDED MAY 1.

ALL UNPAID ITEMS WILL BE ADVERTISED IN THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER
IF PAYMENT IS NOT RECEIVED BY APRIL 30.

TAX SALE CERTIFICATES WILL BE SOLD ON ALL UNPAID REAL ESTATE
ITEMS ON MAY 30, 2001.

TAX WARRANTS WILL BE ISSUED ON ALL UNPAID PERSONAL PROP-
ERTY ITEMS PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 197, FLORIDA STATUTES.
SHIRLEY J. JENKINS
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Our Readers

Write

LetterS to the Editr .

Takes Issue On Reporting


Dear Editor,
The headline article in the
March 15th, 2001, issue of The
Star once again expressed to the
citizens of Gulf County your
apparent need or wish to report
issues involving Saint Joe
Corporation slanted to their bene-
fit. This is true almost to the point
of misreporting.
In this one article you have
taken one half of one sentence I
spoke and changed the meaning
altogether. If you will listen to the
audio tape of this meeting, the
statement I made was, "This issue
will probably come up in court
again, and I hope that the whole
truth about it will come out."-the
point being the truth coming out.


Some of these roads were
built before Saint Joe Corporation
came to this area. How did Saint
Joe Corporation have easements
on roads that were built before
they were ever here? It seems
strange to a lot of people that
three commissioners would be
meeting with Clay Smallwood,
and not a competent lawyer, on
this issue.
Also, the road in question
wasn't the center line road. To
make the statement that I said the
roads were "entertainment" for
people to take their children rid-
ing on, as if that was the only rea-
son the roads should .be open,
falls short of reporting the truth. "
You may think that the people


of this county who aren't in the
"clique" are uninformed and are
not to be considered, but remem-
ber the old saying, "Everything
that goes around comes around."
The people are not fooled.
I am requesting a retraction of
your misstatements as soon as
possible. You have my permission
to print this letter in you "letters"
column, but as you haven't
printed any of my other letters, I
doubt that you will.
Marilyn Blackwell

Parents Are Concerned
Dear Editor;
This is in response to your-
editorial about HIV testing in the
school. We agree that testing is
needed for sexually active kids,
however this should be done in a
more private atmosphere than the.
school health room. Today's kids
have enough peer pressure and
this would just add to it. As pri-
vate as this. sounds it would not
'be very private being done inside
the school system. It would be all,
over the system as, to who was
tested before the end of the day.
The schools .(and parents).
main objective is education and"
this is, exactly' what should: be
done. Teach abstinence and teach'
how to prevent this disease.
This was not a complaint, as
stated in your paper but, CON-
CERNS of the parents. There is a
difference between a complaint
.and concern and we do not think
that we. as the parents con-
cerned, had our heads stuck in,
the sand as you stated in your
article.
It was also stated to us by Mr.
Kelley that the schools did not


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health education. We say FIND
THE TIME. If they, have the time
for the testing they can surely find
the time for the education.
Concerned Parents,
Beverly Matthews, Beverly
Crocker, Michael Crocker, Lynn
Bennett, Cathy Adams. Donald
Matthews, Idell Dixon, Constance
Lamboy, David O'Barr, and
Rhonda Vise, RN.

FHP License and
Vehicle Checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver license
and vehicle inspection check-
points from March 30th and 31st
on SR-73 near CR-287, and SR-
30 near Allen Memorial Way.
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 dnver license laws of
Florida.
The patrol has found these
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the equipment
and driver license laws of Florida
ensuring the protection of all
motorists.





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PSJPD Report
COMMUNITY CONTROL VIOLATION
Henry B. Vann, 20, of
Wewahitchka. was arrested on
March 20th by Port St. Joe Police
Department Officer Justin'
Parrish on an active warrant for
violation of community control..
He was placed on community
control on October 20th for com-'
mitting the act of lewd and lasciv-
ious and violated it by leaving his
approved residence without per-
mission, failing to pay any money
ftr, his 'outstanding monetary
obligations. and failing to follow
his approved daily log. .
I Vann was taken into custody
and transported to the Gulf
County Jail.
DUI ARREST
Dianne J. Fritz. 40, of St. Joe'
Beach, was arrested on March
21st by Officer Chris Teeter for
driving under the influence after a
breath analyzer test gave a read-
ing of 0.224. She was transported'
to the Gulf County Jail for first.
appearance.
FINE ARREARS
James R. Haney, 24, of Jones
Homestead. was. arrested on
March 23rd by Officer Deborah
Everett on an active warrant for
failure to pay fines.
FLEEING AND POSSESSION CHARGES
Jacob M. Fryar, Sr., 18, of
Tallahassee, was arrested on
March 24th by Officer Teeter for'
possession of cannabis (less than
20 grams).
Teeter attempted to stop,
Frvar's vehicle which was
observed traveling 80 in a ,45
m.p.h. speed zone; he was
allegedly trying to elude Officer
Bert. Himmer (City of Mexico
Beach). Teeter observed the driver
throw a plastic bag out of the win-
dow. which was later determined
to be cannabis.
Fryar was placed under arrest
arid transported to the Gull
County Jail where he was alsc
charged with fleeing and attempt-
ing to elude by Officer Himmer.
Attention Citizens!
Due to the sudden rise of
burglaries being committed ,
during the daytime within the
city, the Port St. Joe Police
Department is asking everyone
to make sure that their homes
are secure, and to report any
suspicious activities they may
witness in their neighborhoods.
The suspects have taken
cash and firearms from the res- .
idences that have been burglar-
ized. The agency has several
suspects and is actively work-
ing to bring those who responsi-
ble to justice.

(Sheriff's Beat)
The Gulf County Sheriffs
Department has released the
names of those booked into the
Gulf -County Jail since March
.14th.
Wednesday, March 14th-
Steve Rardin, W/M, 28, of
Callaway, failure to pay fine (re:
possession of marijuana); and
Christopher A. Lemke, of Wewa-
hitchka, W/M,' 32, sexual battery


on a child under 12.
Friday. March 16th-Charles
Johnson, of Mexico Beach, W/M.
46. driving under the influence;.
John Burke, W/M. Port St. Joe.
53. driving while license suspend-,
ed or revoked: and George Mathis.
of Port St. Joe, W/M. 19, driving
while license suspended or
revoked.
Saturday, March 17-Bruce
Atkins. of Wewahitchka. 48.:
W/M. driving under the influence;
and Tommy Carr, of Ocala, B/M;
37, obstruction of justice, non
resident driver's license exception
not allowed.
Sunday, March 18 Villie
Carroll. .,of'Eastpoint. W/M. 65.
driving under the influence.
Tuesday, March 20-Mary A.
Lewis, of Port St. Joe, W/F, 45,
violation of probation (re: carrying
a concealed weapon).
Wednesday, lMarch 21-
Tiffany Way. of Waycross,
Georgia. B/F, 23. possession of
cocaine, possession of marijuana.
and introduction of a controlled
substance to prison. -
Friday. March 23-Janette
Lamb, of Port St. Joe. W/F, 38,
four counts of worthless checks;
and Mlatthew Young, of Westplain,
Missouri. W/M. 25. grand theft.
Saturday, March 24---ames
Pitts. of Wewahitchka, W/M. 30.
failure to appear (re: grand theft
auto).


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The regular meeting of The
Friends of the Gulf County
Libraries Inc. will be held on Mon-
day, April 2 at 5:30 p.m. at the
Port St. Joe Branch.
The Friends are currently
considering several new activities
to enhance the benefit they pro-
vide to the library. Volunteers to
work on various committees and
in the library are desperately
needed. All members are encour-
aged to attend and participate.


Say you Saw It In The Star!


WEWAHITCHKA 13, APALACHICOLA 0
TUESDAY, MARCH 27TH
The Wewahitchka Lady
Gators scored five runs in the top
of the fifth and seven in the sixth
to defeat Apalachicola 13-0 in six
innings Tuesday. The Lady Gators
improved to 8-2 overall on the
season and 3-1 in District 3-2A
play.
Judith Husband (8-2) tossed
a one-hit shut-out to pick up the
win on the mound for the Lady
Gators. She struck out eight bat-
ters and walked three.
Kristin Jones was three for
four with a double and three RBI,
while Judith Husband went three
for four with three singles and two
RBI to lead the Gators at the
plate. Christy Ward followed,
going two for four with a triple and
two RBI. Laura Husband and
Brandi Sasser each added a single
for Wewahitchka.
"We started slow, but finally
started hitting the ball," said head
coach Charles Fortner.
The Lady Gators will host
Greensboro Thursday, then travel
to Port St. Joe on Friday for two
district games. They will then host
Blountstown on Tuesday.
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Forty area law enforcement
officers met Tuesday at the Gulf
Coast Community College's Gulf-
Franklin Center to attend
"Identification of New Trend
Drugs" training.
The course was co-sponsored
by the Gulf County Sheriffs Office
and Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE). According to


Gulf County Sheriff Frank.
McKeithen, the influx of new
designer drugs requires officers to
constantly be in training to keep
up with the latest trends.
"This course is part of an
ongoing effort by law enforcement
to keep abreast of current drug
trends and better assist officers in
detection and identification of
those drugs," McKeithen said.
In the photo above,
McKeithen introduces the FDLE
instructors to the officers present.


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
FEBRUARY 27, 2001
REGULAR MEETING
The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners met t-is date m regular ses-
sion with the following members present:
Chairman Nathan Peters,. Jr. and
Commissioners Carmen L. McLemore, Carl
W. Fox, and Jerry W. Barnes. Billy E. Traylor was absent>.
Others present were County Attorney
Timothy McFarland. Clerk Douglas C.
Bu-arrunhamn. Deputy Clerk Leanna Roberts.
Chief Administrator Don Butler.
Admmnistrative Assistant Debbe Wibberg.
Administrator,/Emergencv Management
Director Larry Wells, Building Official
Michael L. Hammond, Code Enforcement
Officer Tony Varona, County Planner David
Richardson, Emergency Management/911
Coordinator Marshall Nelson, Gulf ,County
E.M.S. Director Shane McGuffln,
Maintenance Superintendent/Mosquito
Control & Public Works Director Joe
Bearden, Road Superintendent Bobby Knee,
Solid Waste Director Joe Danford, T.D.C.
Coordinator Paula Pickett, and Sherti'Ps
Department Captain Joe Nugent.
Captain Nugent called the meeting to
order at 6:03 p:.m., E.S.T.
Building Official Hammond opened the
;meeting with prayer, and Chairman Peters
led the Pledge "ofAllegiarice to the Flag.
CONSENT AGENDA-Upon motion by
Commissioner Barnes, second by,
Commissioner NMcLemore. and unanimous
(4-01 voter the Board approved the Consent
Agenda, as lolk.ws
1. Minutes
-February .5, 2001 Special Meeting'
-February 9, 2001 -'Special NMecung
''-February 13, 2001 Regular Meeting
-February 16, 2001 Special Meeting
-February 19, 2001 Workshop
2. Appointments Gulf Countr Health Care
. Committee (Brenda Martun. Dr P. V.
Poonai. Gary Ross)
3. Court Order
-Payment to Attorney Joel Margules
(Adkinson #99-43-CJ $1,249.11 to
be paid from Account #67081-31000)
-Payment to Attorney Joel Margules
(McDanlel #00.113-DP 5409.1 I to be
paid from Account *67070-31000)1
-Paymentito Gull Bay Reporting (Vann *
#00-037-CF $438.50 to be paid from
Account #61015-33023)
4. Grant Acceptance Clerk's Office OBTS
Installation (S22.500.00)
5. invoice
-Agency for Health Care Administration -
Medicaid (October, 2000 $8,601.24/
November. 2000 $6,184.55/December,
200Q .* $11,627.70 to be paid from
Account #52264-34100)
-Bay Medical Center H C.R.A
(#0028900132 $2,301.39 *to be paid
from Account #51462-31500)
-Capitol Court Reporting (#01-72
$310.52/#01-74 $308.28 to be paid
from various Court Reporter line items)
-Panama Court Reporting Service
(02/20/01 $193.28 / -02/21/01 *
$173.28 / 02/22/01 $143.28 to be
paid from various Court Reporter line
items)
-Professional Court Reporting (#1965 *
$82.50 to be, paid from various Court
Reporter line items) :
6. Resolution Budget Amendment (Loan -
S.W. Pickup $22,700.00), as follows:
RESOLUTION NO. 2000-07
WHEREAS, the Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners has received unanticipated
revenue In the General Fund for fiscal year
2'.'i.-'.?2001 and
WHEREAS, said revenue is needed to help
pay certain expenditures incurred in fiscal
year 2000-2001;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED as
follows: 1. The 2000-2001 fiscal year budget
is. amended as follows:
GENERAL FUND
REVENUES:
Proceeds of Installment Notes: Loan
Proceeds; #00188-00000; Original
Budget $342,697.00; Increase
$22.700.00; Decrease $.00; Amended
Budget $365,397.00
EXPENDITURES:
Landfill: New Equipment; #42634-4000;
Original Budget $26,950.00; Increase
$22,700.00; Decrease $.00; Amended
Budget $49,650.00
THIS RESOLUTION ADOPTED by the Gulf
County Board of County Commissioners this
27th day of February, 2000.
7. S.H.I.P. .- Purchase Assistance William.
R. Taylor ($6,720.00)
8. Travel
-Governor's Hurricane Conference
(Tampa 05/14-18/01)
-National Hurricane Conference
(Washington, D.C. 04/9-13/01)
PUBLIC HEARING DEVELOPMENTS
OF REGIONAL IMPACT ORDINANCE-
Pursuant to advertisement to hold a public
hearing to consider adoption of an ordinance
relating to Developments of Regional Impact
(D.R.I.). Attorney McFarland read the pro-
posed ordinance by title. Upon motion by
Commissioner Barnes, second by
Commissioner McLemore, and unanimous
(4-0) vote, the Board adopted the following
titled ordinance:
ORDINANCE NO. 2001-02
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING
DEVELOPMENT REQUIREMENTS. FOR-
DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT
(DRI); APPLICATION AND FEES FOR RESI-
DENTIAL DEVELOPMENT AND NON-RESI-
DENTIAL DEVELOPMENT IN GULF COUN-
TY; PROMOTING THE DEVELOPMENT POLI-
CIES OF GULF COUNTY LAND DEVELOP-
MENT REGULATIONS (LDR) ARTICLE II AND
GULF COUNTY ORDINANCE NO.98-09;
PROVIDING FOR THE REVIEW OF THE


GULF COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
OBJECTIVES, GOALS AND POLICIES; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
*Complete ordinance on file in the
Clerk's Office (End)
PUBLIC HEARING CABLE TELEVI-
SION FRANCHISE ORDINANCE-Pursuant
to advertisement to hold a public hearing to
consider adoption of an ordinance regarding
cable television franchises for Highland View,
the .Beaches, Cape San Blas, and
Wewahitchka. Attorney McFarland read the
proposed ordinance by dtle. Lipon motc.n by
Comrrmssioner McLemore. and second by'
Commissioner Barnes. and unanimous (4-01
vote. the Board approved the following utled
ordinance.
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO FRAN-
CHISEE, THE NON-EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO
ERECT, MAINTAIN AND OPERATE 'IN,
UNDER, OVER, ALONG, ACROSS THE
STREETS, LANES, AVENUES, SIDEWALKS,
ALLEYS, BRIDGES,' HIGHWAYS, EASE-'
MENTS DEDICATED FOR COMPATIBLE
USES AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES IN,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND THE SUB-
SEQUENT ADDITIONS THERETO. TOWERS.
CABLES AND ANCILLARY FACILITIES FOR
THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTING OPER.
ATING. MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING
BROADBAND TELE-COMMUNICATIONS
NETWORK TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBLi.
TION BY CABLE OF TELEVISION SIGNALS
FOR A PERIOD OF TEN 1101 EARS REGLi.
LASTING THE SAME AriD PROVIDING FOR
COMPENSATION OF THE COUNTY.
Complete ordinance on file in the
Clerks Olfce *
PUBLIC HEARING. SIGN ORDI-
NANCE-,Pursuant tc ad\ertise-ment td hold
a public rearig to consider adoption-'fran.
ordinance regulaung signs on County riaPht.
of-ways, Attorney McFarland read .the pro.'
posed ordinance by title. Upon motion by
C.omrrniioner Barnes, and second by
Commissioner Fox, unanimous (4-0) vote,
the Board approved the following titled ordi-
nance:
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING SIGNS
AND OUTDOOR ADVERTISING WITHIN THE
ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAYS OF GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR THE PROHIBI-
TION OF SIGNS ON GULF COUNTY RIGHT-
OF-WAYS; PROVIDING DEFINITIONS; PRO-,
VIDING FOR CIVIL INFRACTION FOR VIOLA-
TION OF THE ORDINANCE: PROVIDING
PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION OF THE ORDI-
NANCE; PROVIDING FOR REMOVAL OF
UNLAWFUL SIGNS WITHIN THE COUNTY
RIGHT-OF-WAYS OF GULF COUNTY; PRO-
\1DING FOR REPEAL OF ORDINANCE 88-3;
AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Complete ordinance on file in, the
Clerk's Office .
RECEIVE QUALIFICATIONS #0001-
17/WEB SITE DEVELOPER-Pursuant to
advertisement to receive sealed qualifications
(#0001-17) for a Web Site Developer, the fol-
lowing companies submitted qualifications
and they were tabled for review and recom-
mendation by Chief Administrator Butler,
County Planner Richardson, and Solid Waste
Director Danford: William K. Walker; JoeBay,
Inc.; 3W' Studios. LiJmversal Systems & Tech.;
J'S S Enterpnrises.
RECEIVE BIDS #0001-18/SPORT
UTILITY VEHICLE CHIEF ADMINISTRA-
TOR-Pursuant to advertisement to receive
sealed bids (#0001-18) for a sport utility
vehicle for Chief Administrator Butler, the
following bid was received and tabled for his
review: Wewahitchka Automotive,
$20,000.00.
PROPOSED 2001 ROAD BOND
ISSUE-Attorney McFarland reported that
he has received a preliminary official state-
ment on the proposed road bond issue. as
well the proposed ordinance, from the Bond
Council (Bryant, Miller & Olive). He further
reported that copies have been provided to
the Chief Administrator's Office, and it will
be ready for advertisement by the next Board
meeting.
BLACK'S ISLAND BRIDGE-Chief
Administrator Butler discussed that a 306-
foot bridge must be constructed from the
mainland to Black's Island by the developer,
and the Planning & Development Review
Board and County Engineer are recommend-
ing that a concrete bridge be required. Uponr
motion by Commissioner Fox, second by
Commissioner Barnes, and unanimous (4-0)
vote, the Board approved this recommenda-
tion.
SPECIAL MEETING U.S.D.A.-Chief
Administrator Butler reported on a meeting
held with the Department of Community
Affairs'and the Apalachee Regional Planning
Council regarding various issues relating to
the County (economic development, hospital
care, water and sewer systems, etc.), and he
reported on a meeting held with Rural
Development regarding infrastructure
issues. Upon his discussion that funds may
be available through the U.S. Department of
Agriculture for infrastructure projects and
that they would like to hold a meeting with
the Board, Chairman Peters scheduled a spe-
cial meeting on March 20, 2001 at 5:00 p.m.,
E.S.T.
AWARD BID #0001-18/SPORT UTILI-
TY VEHICLE CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR-
Upon recommendation by Chief
Administrator Butler, Commissioner
McLemore motioned to award bid #0001-18,
for the sport utility vehicle, to Wewahitchka
Automotive, in the amount of $20,000.00
(contingent upon Chief Administrator Butler
inspecting the vehicle). Commissioner Fox
seconded the motion, and it passed unani-
mously (4-0).
GULF COUNTY INDUSTRIAL PARK-
Chairman Peters and Chief Administrator
Butler discussed that Bill Wild is Interested
in leasing the Industrial Park to establish a
"call center" business, which would employ
100-200 people. Upon discussion that Mr.
Wild will contact the Chief Administrator's


, Office to tour the building when he comes to
. Gulf County, Chairman Peters reported that
the Economic Development Comrmittee
(E.D.C.) should be notified of Mr Wild s inter-
est in establishing his business in Gulf
County. Upon inquiry by Attorney'
McFarland, the Board agreed to proceed with
advertising to receive sealed bids for lease of
the building.
AWARD BID #0001-12/STORM SHUT-
TER PROJECT-Upon recommendation by
Emergency Managemrent '911 Coordinator
Nelson, Commissioner Barnes motioned to
award bid #C0001 12 for the critical facilities
storm:shutter project to American Screen
and Awning, in the amount of $354,000.00
for all projects (contingent upon the County
receiving an additional $41,605,00 from the
State). Commissioner McLemore seconded
the motion, and it passed unanimously (4-0)..
NOISE ORDINANCE/ST. JOE BAY-
Chairman Peters reported he had received a
complaint from Treasure Bay Subdivision
area concerning a loud noise coming from
the St. Joe Bay area Captain Nuerent -tated
that there is a clam boat out on the Ba3, anjd.
upon his request, the Board agreed for
Attorney McFarland to review the noise ordi
nance tc. determine iU it applies to the Bay
TRUSTEES COURTHOUSE LAWN--
Commissioner McLemore inquired about
u sing tru stees from the County Jail to main-
tain the --rurLhouue lawn. Captain Nugent
stated thatinmates must be sentenced t,.: the
Jail to be allowed out to work as trustees,
and this number varies regularly.
Commissioner McLemore requested that the
Sheriffs Department work with the
Maintenance Department to allow 'use of
thfse trustees when they are available
Chaurmarn Peters .tated thil, the l1..atuni
inrthte'wbOrk creWu works at the Courthouse
v.hea-it-is a-signed tr. District IV
MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT -
EMPLOYEES- Maintenance Supenntendent
Bearden reported that Patnck Carpenter
signed up 1'-,r the Maintenan,_e II position in
the MaJtenance EDepartment and upon his'
recommendation. Commissioner McLemore
motioned to transfer Patrick Carpenter to the
Maintenance Department Maintenance II
position (effective 2/28/01). Commissioner
Fox seconded the motion, and it passed
unanimously' (4-0). Upon inquiry by
Commissioner Fox about filling the vacancy
'created by Mr. Carpenter's 'transfer;
Maintenance Superintendent Bearden stated
that Wetappo Landfill will be closing in the
near future, and Solid 'Waste Director
Danford stated that Mr. Carpenter will work
for the Maintenance Department 4 days each
week and at the landfill on Saturdays until
the landfill closes.
T.D.C, COMMITTEE-Upon inquiry by
Commissioner McLemore about the terms of
the T.D.C. members, T.D.C. Coordinator
Pickett stated each member serves 'a four-
year staggered term (four of the members'
terms will end in two years, the other five
members' terms will end in four years).
FINAL PLAT APPROVAL -' PINE
BREEZE /PINEY WOODS SUBDIVISIONS-
County Planner Richardson reported that the
Planning & Development Review Board
(P.D..R.B) recommends that the final plats for
Pine Breeze Subdivision and Piney Woods
Subdiyision be approved by the Board. Upon
motion by Commissioner Barnes second by
Commissioner McLemore, and unanimous
(4-0) vote, the Board approved this recom-
mendation.
BEACON HILL LIGHTHOUSE MARK-
ER-Danny Raffield, of the St. Joseph
Historical Society, appeared before the Board
to request approval to obtain a marker for
the Beacon Hill Lighthouse site. Mr. Raffield
reported that the goal of the Historical
Society is to apply to Florida's Division of,
Historical Resources for a State, Historical
Marker and, if approved this marker would
be located'near the existing foundation of the
Beacon Hill Lighthouse. Mr. Raffield stated
that the cost of the marker is estimated to be
$1,450.00, with one-half to be paid from
grant funds and one-half by the Historical
Society (no County funds will be needed),
and he gave a video presentation of the site
for the Board. Attorney McFarland. reported
there are no restrictions by the Bureau of
Land Management which would prevent the
'maker from being placed at that location,
and Commissioner Fox reported that the
marker would not affect -the Beacon Hill
Park. Upon motion by Commissioner Fox,
second by Commissioner Barnes, and unan-
imous (4-0) vote, the Board agreed to apply
for the grant and to allow the St. Joseph
Historical Society to obtain the marker for
the Beacon Hill Lighthouse site. Upon dis-
cussion about protecting the site from addi-
tional clearing. Chairman Peters requested
that Chief Administrator Butler inspect the
site to determine how much property would
be affected.
ROAD PAVING HIGHLAND VIEW-
Commissioner Fox inquired about the status
of completion of the road paving on Marlin
Street in Highland View, Chief Administrator
Butler stated he had discussed this with the
contractor, and the Engineers are preparing
the estimates for this road and for the road
striping needed in Port St. Joe and
Wewahitchka. Chief Administrator Butler
stated that having this work done through
the 1999 contract will depend upon whether
the contractor is willing to accept the change
order and come back to South Gulf County.
SPRING CLEAN UP DISTRICT I-
Commissioner McLemore reported he would
like to start the spring clean up in District I
as soon as possible. Chairman Peters stated
that an advertisement should be placed in
the newspaper to give everyone in that dis-
trict advance notice. Commissioner
McLemore stated he would like the ad to be
placed in the newspaper as soon as possible.
Chief Administrator Butler reported that the
ad will be placed in the newspaper and the


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residents will be given sufficient time to pre-
pare.
DRAINAGE OAK GROVE AVENUE-
Commissioner Barnes reported that the
stormwater project in Oak Grove (Oak Grove
Avenue) will begin on February 28th.
CITY COMMISSIONERS PORT'ST.
JOE-Chairman Peters reported that the
Board met with the Port St. Joe City
Commissioners on February 19, 2001 at
5:00 p.m., and some of the .s-ues discussed
were road paving, recreation ciry annexa-
tion, a County-wide entertainment ordi-
nance, economic development, health care
issues, County-wide mandatory garbage col-
lection, beautification, and water and sewer
systems. Chairman Peters stated that this
was a very productive meeting of the entities.
GULF COUNTY HEALTH CARE COM-
MITTEE-Chalrman Peters reported that the
Gulf County Health Care Committee met onI
February 22, 2001 at the Senior Citizens
Community Building. Chairman Peters
reported that he appointed a sub-committee
from those members to make a recommen-
dation for.a chairperson by the next commit-
tee meeting. Chairman Peters reported that
the committee discussed that the
Transportation Disadvantaged Department
uses Gulf County revenues to transport peo-
ple to other counties for dialysis because the
service is not provided in this Count and he
stated that he has written a letter to the
owner of Gulf Pines Medical Center regarding
the possibility of that facility providing this
service.
DEFERRED COMPENSATION-
Chairman Peters reported that at the end of
2000. approximately 20 employees, were par-
hcipatinmg in the deferred compensation pro-
-gram.-He stated that-he.anid"a representative,
of the pro.grmn met w nmh the County employ-
ees and.there are now appro'wxmately 50 par-
tic.pantmg n this program
WATER DEPARTMENT DROP
BOXES-Chairman Peters discussed the
drop box installed at the Courthouse for pay-
ment of water bills, and inquired about plac-
ing one in the St. Joe Beach or Highland
View area. Commissioner Fox stated that he
had previously checked into this matter, but
they would need an employee to check the
boxes every day. Upon inquiry by Chairman
Peters about Gerald Shearer checking the
boxes, Commissioner Fox stated that Mr.
Shearer is already overloaded with maintain-
ing the three water systems.
STREET LIGHTS AVENUE A/S.R.
71-Chairman Peters stated that. he wants
street lights installed at the end ofAvenue A
at State Road 71, and he will pay for the
lights with his special projects funds.
WATER WITHDRAWAL FRESHWA-
TER CANAL-Upon inquiry by Marilyn
Blackwell, Commissioner McLemore reported
that the water is being pumped into the
freshwater canal and being used by Premier
Services (35,000,000 gallons).
LIME MATERIAL DRIVEWAYS-
Marilyn Blackwell inquired about lime mate-
rial being placed on the right-of-ways (drive-
ways), stating that this material is a by-prod-
uct and inquiring if it has been tested. Road
Superintendent Knee stated that it is a by-
product from the Premier Services plant
which is placed on right-of-ways to stabilize
drop-offs and road shoulders, and he further
stated that he does not know if it has been
tested. Commissioner McLemore stated if it
has been tested, Basic Chemical would have
done so 25-30 years ago.
CHEMICAL DUMPING' HIGHWAY
22-Commissioner Fox inquired about the
odor from chemical dumping on S.R. 22.
Solid Waste Danford reported that it is mate-
rial from Bay County's sewer treatment
plant, and it is legal for them to dump it
there. Upon inquiry by Commissioner
McLemore regarding the testing of the chem-
icals, Solid Waste Danford reported that Bay
County has a permit from D.E.P. for this dis-
posal method. Marilyn Blackwell reported
that individuals from Bay County are con-
testing the permit, as they feel it is haz-
ardous to breath these chemicals.
LIME MATERIAL DRIVEWAYS-
Chairman Peters requested that Road
Superintendent Knee verify chemical testing
has been performed on materials given to the
County. Upon inquiry, Road Superintendent
Knee stated that, the remaining lime has
already been used for old road beds.
CHEMICAL DUMPING HIGHWAY
22-Commissioner McLemore reported that
he agrees with Commissioner Fox on the
chemical dumping on S.R. 22, and Chairman
Peters requested that Attorney McFarland
check into this matter.
MANATEE SANCTUARY PORT ST.
JOE-Elmo Sanders appeared before the
Board to state that he is opposed to the pro-
posal by "Save The Manatees" to have a man-
atee sanctuary in this area. He stated that a
hearing is planned for September 28th of this
year, and he would like for the Board to
object to the proposal as very few manatees
have ever been seen in this area. Upon
inquiry by Mr. Sanders about the request
made to the Board for a resolution in favor of
shortening the scallop-harvesting season,
Chairman Peters reported that the Board is
waiting on a public meeting to be scheduled
regarding that issue. Commissioner Barnes
stated that Mr. Sanders has spent a lot of
time on St. Joe Bay, and he appreciates him
bringing these matters to the Board's atten-
tion.
There being no further business and
upon motion by Commissioner McLemore,
second by Commissioner Fox, and unani-
mous (4-0) vote, the meeting did then
adjourn at 7:05 p.m., E.S.T.
NATHAN PETERS, JR., CHAIRMAN
ATTEST: DOUGLAS C. BIRMINGHAM.
CLERK








PflE BA TESA.POTS.JE L HRDY MRH2,20


Strengthens Re.employment Team

District 7 Legislator Provides Leadership


S.. Rosemary Bottcher,
chemist with Leon County,
A y shows some of the very old
Am nestymedicine collected.


Breaks Records


Gulf County Solid Waste
Director Joe Danford was pleased
with the turn-out for Saturday's
"Amnesty Day" held at the Gulf
County Courthouse.
Some 107 residents paid a
visit to the site to dispose of vari-
ous hazardous materials. This
sets a new turn-out record for the
yearly event, surpassing last
year's total (89) by 18 people..
'The outstanding turnout by
the citizens* of Gulf County
reflects the environmental con-
sciousness of our community,"
Danford said.
Danford reported one of the
most interesting items turned in
was a small bottle of creosote. The
substance was advertised as an
inhalant on the medicine bottle


Workers unloading truck-
load of materials.


Through the cooperative
efforts of Representative Bev
Kilmer, and the Agency for
Workforce Innovation (AWI), the
agency announced March 21, that
it is. activating a "State Employee
Assistance Unit" within the state's
Re-employment and Emergency
Assistance Coordination Team
(REACT). The REACT unit is
authorized in federal, legislation
and operates with federal funds,
providing services to workers who
are or will be dislocated.
"We still don't anticipate a big
impact from all of the proposed
reorganizations," said Tom
McGurk, Director of the Agency
for Workforce Innovation. "The
Office of Planning and Budgeting
Shas looked at all state layoffs over
the past two years, and they have
found that with approximately
.4,000 state positions eliminated,
less than 50 employees statewide
have lost their jobs. Working with
Rep. Kilmer to activate this State
Employee Assistance Unit will
ensure a continued successful
track record."
"I feel this program will be,
advantageous in allaying the fears
of all state employees." Kilmer
said. "I have heard their concerns
and it is my commitment to
assure them that we will use all of
the resources we have to minimize
any job loss and to assist every
employee in maintaining gainful
employment."
Last year the REACT unit
assisted dislocated employees
from companies such as Motorola
in Boynton Beach, First Data


Phosphate in White Springs. In
addition to assisting these private
sector employees, the REACT unit
was also called upon to assist
state employees. Employees from
the Florida Department of Labor
and Employment Security were
assisted by the REACT until last
year following three layoffs that
were the result of legislatively-
mandated reorganizations. There
* were a total of 483 filled positions
that were eliminated in those
reorganizations. Working with
other state agencies and private
sector employers, the REACT unit
placed over 90% of the individuals
that were affected, and they con-
tinue to assist the remaining
employees in finding permanent
employment.
"Florida is still ranked num-
ber one among the nation's five


Teleservices in Pensacola and PCS,
most populous states in percent-.
age of job growth. So while we'
expect a minimal impact in the
state's employment figures from.
either private sector or public sec-
tor actions, we still want to be
proactive in making certain that
Florida's workers are protected,"
said McGurk. "We offer a variety
of re-employment and training
services to all dislocated workers
in Florida, and look forward to
putting together a program that
matches employee skills with the '
needs of public and private
employers."
For more information on the
services offered by the REACT
unit, employees and businesses., ,
can call 850-921-3325 or log onto, -.
their Internet site at http://
www.floridajobs.oi-g/react/.


Registration at

GulfFranklin Center


OnrApril 12 from 9:00 a.m. to
6:00 p.m. and April 13 from 9:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. the
Gulf/Franklin Center will register
students for the Summer A and B
semesters. Students may also reg-
ister for the Fall 2001.term at .this
time.
The Summer A semester runs
from May 7 to June 16. Late reg-
istration for Summer A is on May
7 and 8 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00
p.m. The Summer B semester,
runs from June 18 to July 28.


Students may register. June 11-12 ,,
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Late regis-, ,
tration for Summer B is on June,
18 and 19.
The Fall Semester runs from.-,,.
August 20 until December 14.
Students may register for the Fall
session April 12 and .13, July 11,
and 12 and August 13 and 14.
For information, call 227-.
9670. The Gulf/Franklin Center is
the local campus of Gulf Coast
Community College. It is located
at 3800 Garrison Avenue, Port St.
Joe.'


dating back to the early 1900's.
Creosote has long since been
proven to be anything but a
healthful inhalant.


County From Page 1


restore the quarters, and open
them to the public displaying his-
toric items.
During discussions it was
point out that the board had no
money to put in to the structures.
McNeill said the historical society
planned to seek lighthouse
preservation grant funds to help
them achieve their goals.
The board passed the motion
4-1 with Commissioner Carl Fox
objecting to the motion. Fox
voiced his concern about future
cohts to the county.
Gulf County Shipbuilding Road
The commission unanimously
supported a motion to advertise
for bids to pave the 1.9 mile road
leading to Gulf County
Shipbuilding.
The county has received
100% grant funds to pay for the
paving project as part of econom-
ic development incentives from
the state. Bids will be received
until May 7th for the project as
recommended by Chief
Administrator Don Butler.
Emergency Operations Center
Commissioners decided to go
forward with plans to build a new
"Emergency Operations Center"
(EOC) to be located behind the
Gulf County Courthouse.
The approximately $1 million
hardened building is being 100%
funded by grant ,money. Board
Chairman Nathan Peters, Jr. read
a letter from the grant adminiS-
trator stating the county would
lose the funds if it were moved
from the approved site, prior to
passing the chair and making a
motion to build the Emergency
Operations Center building at the
approved site.
During a special called meet-
ing of the board, Commissioner
Carmen McLemore had suggested
moving the site to the Industrial
Park complex. Commissioner Billy
Traylor supported this idea and
stated the more central location
would work better for the county.
Peters stated the site had
been established and approved by
granting authorities and it would
be cost prohibitive to move the
existing emergency management
infrastructure.
Traylor and McLemore said
they did not want to lose the
funds, but felt more discussion
might allow the change of loca-
tion.
The board eventually voted to
go forward with the Emergency
Operations Center project by a
3-2 vote with Commissioners
McLemore and Traylor objecting.
In Other Business
*Held a workshop with Gulf
County Tourist Development
Council prior to the board's regu-
lar meeting. Director Paula
Pickett and Chairman Tom Griner
outlined the TDC's budget and
bed tax revenues, as well as some
of the present and future tourist
development projects being sup-
ported.
*Bo Williams (Veterans'
Service Officer/S.H.I.P. Adminis-
trator) outlined for the board that
the low interest first time home
buyer loan program was under


way and signage was being posted
around the county.
*Agreed to participate in a
Department of Transportation
beautification project in several
areas of the county.
*Commissioner Carl Fox
announced that the Annual
District 3 Spring Clean-Up would
begin on April 16th. Pick-up will
start at Beacon Hill, then move to
Highland View and Port St., Joe,
and finish at White City. For more
information, see the Sprin g
Clean-Up ad on page 5A in -ti '
issue of The Star.
*Agreed to move forward with
purchase and advertising for
financing a fire truck for the
Dalkeith Volunteer Fire
Department as requested by
Commissioner Carmen McLe-
more. The truck is listed on the
state contract at $105,000.
*Chairman Peters reminded
board members that they need. to
begin looking at numbers for
reapportioning the county's dis-
trict lines. New census figures are
due out and are anticipated to
change the boundaries of Gulf
County's districts.

GCCC Offers Corrections
Officer Certification Course
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege will begin a Corrections Offi-
cer Basic Standards Class on
Monday. April 16 at the
Gulf/Franklin Center. Classes
will be held from Monday through
Friday 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
Graduation is scheduled August
14.
The corrections career field is
the fastest growing element of the
criminal justice field. There is
continuous, statewide demand for
certified correction officers to
work in corrections at state and
county level. Successful comple-
tion of the course of study quali-
fies graduates to test for certifica-
tion as Florida correctional offi-
cers. The 546 hour course
includes such academic subjects
as interpersonal skills, law, cor-
rectional operations, communica-
tion, emergency operations and
hands-on, skill development in
defensive tactics, firearms, quali-
fication, and certification as a.
medical first responder.
Full-time students may be eli-
gible to apply for Temporary
Employment Authorization with
the Florida Department of Correc-
tions. Selection as a TEA correc-
tions officer provides both salary
and state benefits during the col-
lege training period.
Funding information for
applicants who meet the Work-
force Investment Act require-
ments may be obtained from
Cheree Walden or Keeva Gatlin at
227-9670. Anyone interested in
enrolling should contact -Brenda
Burkett or Bart Furey at 227-
9670.
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Wewa Gators Send Bama Teams Packing

WEWAHITCHKA 7, MONT. CATHOLIC 6 The Gators improved to 10-5 Colvin was two for three with two in the fourth. Sneads and Liberty County," said County Friday and Chatta-
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21ST overall on the season with a 5-4 singles. Brandon Jones had a solo Bradley Shavers (1-2) gave up Coach Davis. '"These next two are hoochee Monday for two District
The Wewahitchka Gators victory over Houston County, homer; Terrence Addison had a five earned runs on two hits and big games that we need to win." 3-2A games.
jumped out to a 7-1 lead, then Alabama In the Liberty County single and an RBI; and Jonathan four walks to pick up the loss in The Gators host Sneads RHS 1 60 3 1 3-1411 2
held off Montgomery Catholic for Day of Baseball Wednesday. The Thomas added a single. his one and one-third inning on Thursday, then travel to Liberty WHS 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 7 3
n7 7- v.+,,-, ,i, *he Tihprtlv Cun- Gators broke a 4-4 tie in the bot- "Great offensive execution the mound. Jonathan Thomas


ty Day of Baseball Wednesday.
The Gators (9-5) scored two runs
in the top of the first, one in the
third and four in the fifth inning.
Terrence Addison (2-1)
allowed only one earned run on
two hits and four walks to pick up
the win on the mound for the
Gators. Addison struck out two
batters in his three innings.
Bradley Shavers gave up three
earned runs on six walks and
struck out two in two innings of
relief. Brandon Jones struck out
five batters and gave up one
unearned run .in two innings of
relief to earn the save.
Brandon Jones went four for
four with a double and a solo
home run to lead Wewahitchka at
the plate. Terrence Addison went
three for four with three singles
and two RBI.
"It's nice to play again," said
head coach Thornton Davis. "It
was our first game in almost a
week. We really needed to play,
and we were fortunate to pull it
* off."
WHS 20 I040 0--7 9 2
MCS 100 040 1- 6 2 3
WEWAHITCHKA 5, HOUSTON Co. 4
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 218T

Thank You
Gene Lee and family would
like- to thank everyone for the
many acts of kindness shown
over the last couple of months
(prayers, 'visit* cards, and flow-
ers).
They are winning the battle .
with everyone's continued prayers
and support. May God's blessings
be on each and every person.
Gene Lee and family,


tom of the seventh inning, when
Philip .Hall singled in Jonathan
Thomas for the win.
Jonathan Thomas (2-1)
earned the win in four innings of
relief, allowing only three runs on
five hits and three walks. Thomas
struck out five batters. Wesley
Colvin struck out five batters, and
gave up one earned run on one hit
and four walks in three innings of
work.
Philip Hall led the Gators'
nine-hit attack, going two for four
with a double and an RBI, Wesley


during the whole ball game;" said
Coach Davis. "Good effort by the
guys for seven innings."
HCHS0 1 00 2-4 6 2
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WEWAHITCHKA 2, RUTHERFORD 14
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21ST
The Gators dropped to 10-6
overall on the season with a 14-2
loss to Rutherford Tuesday night.
The Rams jumped out to a 10-0
lead, before Wewahitchka scored
its only runs of the game with two


allowed five earned runs on eight
hits and one walk in his four and
two-thirds innings of relief.
Thomas struck out two Ram bat-
ters. John Curtis Gates gave up
one earned run on one hit and
four walks, while striking out one
batter in his inning of relief.
Philip Hall led the Gators at
the plate, going two for three with
a double, a home run and two
RBI. Brandon Jones and Justin
Barnes each added a single.
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ty .County Thursday night in a
District 3-2A game., The Bulldogs
tied the game at 3-3 with one run,
in the bottom of the fifth inning,
then sent the winning run across
the plate in the tenth. The Sharks
dropped to 2-13 overall on the
season and 0-3 in district play.
James Daniels (2-4) gave up
four earned runs on five hits and
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Jacob Tankersley went three-
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PORT ST. JOE 3, NORTHVIEW 14
FRIDAY, MARCH 23RD
The Sharks dropped to 2-14
overall on the season with Fnday
night's 14-3 loss to Northview
High School out of Dothan, Alaba-
ma. Northview jumped out to a
12-0 lead, before Port St. Joe
scored three runs in the bottom of
the sixth inning.
Adam Nixon (0-4) gave up
eight runs, four of them earned,
on four hits and five walks in. his
one and two-thirds innings to pick
up the loss. Adam Hamm struck
but six batters, walked two and
allowed one hit in his three and
one-third innings of relief. Chris
Knox gave up four earned runs
and three walks, while collecting
one strike out in an inning of
relief. Mitch Owens gave up two
unearned runs, two hits and one
walk in an inning of relief.
Mike Manley led the Sharks
at the plate, going two for four.
Matt Caswell, Bryce Thomas, Matt
Dailey, Chris Knox and Chad
Haddock each added a hit.
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PSJ 000 003 0-3 7 5
PORT ST. JOE 10, CHATTAHOOCHEE 8
TUESDAY, MARCH 27TH
The Sharks improved to 1-3
in District 3-2A play and 3-14
overall on the season with Tues-
day night's 10-8 victory over
Chattahoochee. Port St. Joe ral-
lied from a 7-2 deficit, with six
runs in the top of the sixth inning
and two in the seventh for the
win.
James Daniels (3-4) struck
out 12 batters and gave up one
earned i-un to pick up the win in
relief. Daniels gave up four hits,

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his five and two-thirds innings.
Adam Hamm started .on the
mound for the Sharks and gave
up five unearned runs on two hits
and three walks. while striking
out two batters.
James Daniels was two for
Three, and Mike Manley and Matt
Caswell each went two for four to
"lead Port St. Joe at the plate.
Jacob Tankersley hit a two-run
home run in in the third inning, and
Justin Powell added one hit.
' They host Apalachicola Friday
Sand Chattahoochee Tuesday for
two District 3-2A games.
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. Is it "Worn out Wewa Women?"
or "Wild Wewa Womenl!"-
whichever the case, the real
answer may not be revealed until
the two teams face off.
The W.W.W., consisting of
alumni Lady Gator players from
the years of 1974 through 2000,
have issued a challenge to the
current Wewahitchka High School
Lady Gators team.
The "fund-raising game" will1
be held Saturday, March 31st,
beginning at 5:00 p.m., CT.
Admission will be $2 per person
and a full concession stand, com-
plete with barbecue chicken din-
ners, will be open.
Everyone is invited to go out
and enjoy the "challenge match"
while helping the Lady Gators
squad. Gulf County Property
Appraiser Kesley Colbert will be
the official "announcer" for the
competition.
Other competitions between
the two teams such as base run-
ning.and hitting are also being
planned. ...
Members of the W.W.W.
alumni team include: Ashlev
Lister (1998),' Mandy Little (19981.
Krystal Hendricks (2000), Lisa
Sassar (1987), Kelly Creamer
(1995). Amanda Davis (1997).
Aimee Pridgeon (1998), Cindy
Traylor (1977), Nikki Little (1977);
Jasmine McMillion (1998), Susie
Pitts (1983), Doris Jean Whitten
(1977), Brenda Little (1977),
Diana Taunton (1998), and Ann
Morris (1994).
Charlie Little and Grant
Grantham will be the alumni
coaches for the game.


Three Tiger Shark
Players Named To
SMAll-State Teams
Three members of the Port St.
Joe High School Tiger Shark Bas-
S ketball Team were selected to the
Class 2A All-State Teams. Kyron
Bailey was a first team selection,
while Seneca Chambers and Isa-
iah Jenkins each received honor-
able mention honors.
Bailey, a 6'4" senior center,
averaged 13.6 points per game, a
team leading 8.4 rebounds, and
2.1 assists.
Chambers, a 6'1" senior for-,
ward, was second on the team in.
scoring and rebounds, averaging
16.1 points, per game and 7,8
rebounds. He also averaged 2.3
assists per game, ;
Jenkins, a 6'1" junior guard,
Sled the Tiger Sharks in scoring
with 16.6 points per game.. He
also averaged 3.0 assists pei
game and 2,7 rebounds.
,, The Tiger Sharks finished thet -
season with a 27-7 record, and
reached the "Final-Four" for the
eighth consecutive season.


Seneca Chambers


Isaiah Jenkins


Lady Sharks Play Well
PORT ST. JOE 0, CHOCTAWHATCHEE 1
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21ST
The Port St. Joe Lady Sharks B
dropped to 6-4 overall on the sea- : -
son with Wednesday's 1-0 loss to :- *
Choctawhatchee. The Lady Indi-
ans put together two of their four,
hits to score the only run of the ,
gam e. *" ( -
Alisha Barber (34) gave up
one earned run on four hits and
four walks to record the loss on
the mound for Port St. Joe. She
collected three strike outs in her
seven innings.
Bonn ie Belin, Evette Gant.
Alisha Barber and Shanna Collier
each had a single at the plate. '., ... :''
"OveraJl. this was probably :' .
our best defensive game of the


four hits together to produce a
run. and we didn't. But I was well
pleased with our effort." .


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CHS 000 000 x-1 4 0
PORT ST. JOE 14, HOLMES CO. 1
MONDAY, MARCH 26TH
The Lady Sharks pounded out
17 hits in Monday's five inning
14-1 blow-out victory over Holmes
County. Port St. Joe (7-4) jumped
out to a 12-0 lead. before the Lady
Blue Devils scored their only run
of the game.
Becky Belin (4-0) improved to
4-0 on the mound. tossing a com-
plete game four-hitter. while strik-
ing out 10 batters. Belin gave up
one earned run in her five
innings.
The Lady Sharks had four
players with three hits. Bonnie
Belin was three for five with a
double and three RBI: Evette Gant
went three for five with two RBI;
Knsun Abrams was three for four
with two RBI: and Anna Tankers-
ley was three for four with an RBI.
Jessica Sherrill was two for three;
Becky, Belin went two for four with
a double; and Erica Hernandez
added a single.
"We had just come off of two
losses, the win did us good," said
head coach Jim Belin.

PSJ 242 42 -1417 0
HCHS000 10 -1 4 5
PORT ST. JOE 31, GREENSBORO 0
TUESDAY, MARCH 26TH
Alisha Barber tossed a com-
plete game no-hit shut-out, and
the Lady Shark offense collected
19 hits in Tuesday's 31-0 blow-
out victory over Greensboro. Port
St. Joe scored 11 runs in the bot-
tom of the third inning, and 19 in
the fourth to put the mercy rule in
effect.'
Barber (4-4) struck out nine
Lady Bulldog batters and walked
one in her five innings on the
mound.
Anna Tankersley led the Lady
Sharks (8-4, 3-2) 19-hlt attack,
going four for six at the plate with
five RBI. 'Bonnie Belin went three
for four with a triple and five RBI.
Erica Hernandez, Becky Belin and
Molly Garrett each went two for
three with an RBI; while Evette
Gant was two for five with an RBI.
Angela McDowell and Alisha Bar-
ber each had a single with two
RBI; and Shanna Collier and Jes-
sica Sherrill each added a single
and an RBI.
"Not much of a challenge,"
said Coach Belin. "But offensively
we hit well, and Alisha pitched
well."
The Lady Sharks will host
Wewahitchka Friday and Liberty
County on Tuesday for two Dis-


trict 3-2A games.
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[ABOVE] Anna Tankers-
ley led the Lady Sharks at
the plate, going four for six
with five RBI in Port St.
Joe's 31-0 victory over
Greensboro.
[LEFT] Alisha Barber
fires a pitch enroute to -a
complete game no-hit shut-
out.

[BELOW] Port St. Joe's
Bonnie Belin ropes a triplel
against Greensboro.


The American Academy of.
Pediatric Dentistry recommends
that children see a dentist by their
first birthday. It may seem young,
but we see so many three or four-
year-old kids with problems that
could have been prevented. Going
to the dentist for the first time can
be fun and productive-if you pre-
pare your child properly.
Suggestions: Discuss the visit
with your child without frightening
him rn aking him or her aware of


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the significance of the occasion for
good dental health. Think and talk -
about the dentist as a friend. AvodI.
using words like hurt, drill, pain,.,
needle, and shot.
At the end of the visit, plan
regular follow-up checkups for your
child and remember that children
get most of their impressions from
their parents. So set a good exam-
ple! Clean your teeth thoroughly at
least once a day, brush after meals
and snacks whenever possible, eat
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. MARCH 29. 2001


Crowd of 300 attends the 75th Anniversary celebration.


75th Diamond Jubilee Was A Success!


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The St. Joseph's' Catholic
Church hosted its 75th
Anniversary Celebration on March
25th. Father Tom Guido presided
over the special mass which was
concelebrated by Monsignor
William Crowe of Panama City.,
Father John Selleck of Panama
City. Father Fausto Stampligia of
Sarasota. and Father Michael
Foley of Tallahassee.
Father Tom, the planning
committee and the entire parish
extends 'their heartfelt thanks to
this wonderful community for its
support and attendance., The cele-
bration was enhanced by the very


enjoyable music played by the St.
Joe Sound band directed' by Ann
Comforter.
The visiting crowd enjoyed
delicious hors d' oeuvres 'inside
the hall and on the grounds.
There was even a kiddy corner for
the toddlers to enjoy. The food
waq delicious and was home
cooked by the women of the
parish. The community really
seemed to enjoy the wonderful
slide show, memorabilia, and the
greeters that met them at the
doorway. The decorations and
warmth generated were spectacu-
lar. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed
the day.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2001


/


Norris Receives Award


Zach Norris
The United States Achieve-
ment Academy announced that
Zachary A. Norris of Port St. Joe
has been named an All-American
Scholar.
The USAAhas established the


All-American Scholar Award
Program to offer deserved recogni-
tion. to supenor students who
excel in .the academic disciplines.
The; All-American Scholars must
earn a 3.3 or higher grade point
average. Only scholars selected by
the school instructor, counselor,
or other .qualified ,sponsor are
accepted. These scholars are also
eligible for other awards given by
the LSAA.
Zachary, who attends Port St.
Joe Middle School, ,was nomi-
nated for the: national award :by
Juanise Williams. Zachary will
appear in the All-American
Scholar Yearbook, Which is pub-i
lished nationally.
Zachary is the son of Steve
and Becky. Norris from Port St.
Joe. The grandparents are Hub
and Doris Norris of Wewahitchka
and Bob and Mary Beatty .of
Wewahitchka.


t?0 R- 11 N'N-EWS
F ROM
PORT ST. JOE
MENTARY SCHOOL


Student Spotlight
Our principal, Mr. Tim Wilder.
would like to recognize the follow-
ing students for their outstanding
S, behavior and good citizenship.
Evan Braneh, Jacob Combs,
Jenna Catrett, Sara Hoffman,
Ashleigh Lewis, Malesa Smith,
Nesa Papineau, Chelsey Walker
and Meagan e Langley. We are
proud of these "Dazzlin' Dolphins"
Good Luck
S Good hick to our Odyssey of
the Mind team members and.
sponsor-Travis Bennett. Alexa
Protsman. Douglas May. Ashton
Norris, Krista Parker, Lenora
Weimorts, Carson Howse, Mrs.
Charlotte Willis and Mrs. Lynn
Bennett. They will compete on
March 31 at the Regional
Competition in Chipley.
Report Cards
Report cards for this grading
period will be sent home on-.
Monday. April 2. If you would like
to schedule a parent/teacher con-
ference, please call 227-1221.
Preschool Screening
Preschool screenings will be
held at Port St. Joe Elementary ,
School on Tuesday, Apnl 3 from
9:00-1:00. -
D.A.R.E. Graduation
Our 5th grade D.A.R.E. grad-
uation will be held on Friday. \
April 6 at 9:30 in the auditorium.
Parents are invited to attend. --
Field Day
Port St. Joe Elementary
School will have its annual field
day on Thursday. April 12.
Volunteers are needed for. this-
event. Please call Mike Lacour.,"
229-7294 or Brenda Miller, 648-
5435 to volunteer. '
Easter Holidays
School will not be held on
Friday, April 13th and Monday.
.,April 16th.
Spring Pictures
Spring and classroom group
pictures will be taken on
Wednesday, April 18. Information
will be sent home.
Open House
Open House will be held on'
Thursday, April 19 from 5:00
until 8:00. Parents are encour-




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TUESDAY-spaghetti w/meat
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sauce, Italian bread, milk, or chef's
salad meal.
WEDNESDAY-turkey sandwich.
french fries, lertuce'pickles toma-.
to, peaches, applesauce cake..
milk, or chef's salad meal
THURSDAY-taco bake,; steamed
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FRIDAY-cheese pizza, tossed
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aged to attend.
Kindergarten Registration
Kindergarten registration will.
be held pn: Wednesday. April 25,
Sfi-omn 8:30" to 1:00 p.m. If your
child plans to attend kindergarten
next year. please bring the follow-
ing to registration. .
Your child, copy of birth cer-
tificate. social security number,
proof of immunization on blue
card, and proof of physical (with-
in the last year).

Florida Counselows

Say Try The ACT'
College-bound Florida 'high'
school students have a choice
when taking their college en trance
exam. and increasingly their
counselors are encouraging them
to consider the ACT Assessment.
"I think students were under
the impression that the SAT was
the test. but from information
we're getting from colleges, they
want to see scores from the ACT
as well.' explains Giselle Carlo.,
guidance director at Miramar
High School. Miramar.
Miramar -High School started
emphasizing the ACT more last'
year and counselors have been
recommending that students try
both the ACT and SAT. After stu-
dents getan assessment of how
they did on .oth- tests, they can
get a feel for which test'they want
to repeat to get a higher score,'."
Carlo says. .
.. The ACT consists of four tests
, in English. mathematics, reading.
and science reasoning. Many stu-
dents feel comfortable with the
, ACT because it tests them over
subjects they have learned in high
school. Working with their coun-
selorp., students can use their test
scores to pinpoint areas they need
to strengthen. '
"I think the ACT gives stu-.
dents a better understanding of
their skills." says Carlo.
Students at River Ridge.High
School.in New Port Richey also are
,encouraged to consider the ACT.
Guidance edunselor -- Monica
Obesso says 'she remembers tak-
ing both the ACT and SAT not too
many years ago. "I remember
scoring much differently on' the
two tests, so I encourage students
to take the ACT. Some students
just nrail one test and'not the
other.
*The way I see it, the ACT. is
molded for what people learn in
school," she says. "When I took
the ACT, I noticed the science and
English tests and thought, this is'
a lot more like school."
Obesso also likes the informa-
tion provided by the ACT results,
and she used it to help guide stu-
dents. In addition to academic
informaftion,'the-test provides stu-
dents with career planning infor-
mation based on their interests. "I
like how the. ,score sheets profile
students' interests and what they
need for certain careers."
Some students in Florida get
a 'preview of the ACT Assessment
When -they take the PLAN test,
usually in their sophomore year.
PLAN is very, similar to the ACT
Assessment.. but, it 'measures
skills at a sophomore level.


[n the book The 7 Habits of
l-lighly Effective-.Teens, we, lastJ-
looked at how we make deposits
and withdrawals on our Personal"
Bank Account or PBA. These lead,1.
us to Habit # 1 which is Being.
Proactwe.
Each and everyday everyone
has the choice to- be proactive or'.'
.reactive. We -choose. to either -
respond or react..-The difference is._
obvious; reactions are usually.
. impulsive, emotional, and what''.
everyone would expect us to be.
Reactive people are like shaken
;.bottles of Coca-Cola ready to
(explode. i
Proactive people make deci-
sions based on values. They think i
before the act, ,They recognize .
they cannot control everything
that happens to them. but they''
can control what'they do aboutitiuq,
Proactive people are like water,, q
they don't fizzle or explode when.
they are shaken." Let's make it a.
habit to be proactive! "
Relay for Life is under way
with a great deal of enlhusiasm..'-
The office staff and the students"
i are fielding teams for the Apnril 20
and 21 event on our track. We are& t
selling raffle tickets for a Weekend-)( ,
get away at Panama City, Beach.,
Tickets are $2 each. ,
I The boy's baseball won the';,
,Wewa State Bank Classic last.
week. It has_ been hard to get
games in because of the weather.-
Games, should 'resume with con-'i
sistency this week. The-team has"~ "
games Tuesday at home againstv.-
Rutherford. Thursday at homeI'

Obesso says. "PLAN really helpsJ
students prepare for what'they"re
going to be doing as juniors a-id"
seniors." In addition, students'
PLAN scores are good indicators
of what they' could expect to score
on the ACT.
-ACT scores are accepted at1
most colleges arid universities,
including all the Ivy League unfra
versities. .
For more information on the"
ACT Assessment, visit www.ac"
t.org. ,


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Down!

SCHOOLS ARE OPEN AGAIN!


k4pmew er 'Till


2000-2001
Helen Keller once said.
"Knowledge is love and light and
vision." It is time, once again, to
get back in the school routine after
a great Spring Break. -"
Seniors only', have
about seven weeks left
in their i high, ,school
career. I hope each and
every one will make
every single day count.
As for the underclass-
men,, only nine more
weeks until summer
vacation!
*There is a1 lot of
action coming- up this
week- on the ball, fields.
The Lady Sharks, soft-
ball team will, host ;,j
Wewa this Friday -starting at,7:3,.
They will also play Liberty County
onTuesday. April 3. Game time is
at 6:30. The -baseball team al.o
has two home games this week.
They will host Apalachicola March
30 and Chattahoochee on Apnril .
Both games start at 7:00. Come
out and support your Sharks! -
Congratulations to the boys
track team for their second place
finish, in the, Bob Hayes
Invitational. Way to go guys
The SGA \\will be traveling to
Santaluces for the annual state
convention for., student t councils
this., week. Theri.e they will. he
attending many) .seminars and
zj:


gaining information that will bene-
fit our school's SGA.
Those wishing to try out for
cheerleading are reminded to turn
in their health exams and parent
permission forms. The first
practice will be held on
April 2, and tryouts will
be on, April 12. Good
luck to all participants.
Seniors, the ;Gulf
I Coast Community
College Placement test
will be given at the high
school on March, 29.
Also. College Day at the

will ,be held on. March
30. -
Report cards will go
out on April 2. '
It is time' to register for -next
year's classes! On April 4 Mrs.
Ramsey will speak to all ,eighth
graders. Then on April 5, eighth
grade orientation will be held at the
high school starting at 7:00 p.m.
Parents are invited to attend. :On
April 9. Mrs. Ramsey will (be regis-
tering all ninth graders-, during
their English 'olass. April 12 -she
will register all 10th graders in
their biology; -class. Juniors will be
registered by appointment on April
-23. 24 and 25.' .
ROTC inspection is coming up
on April 8.- Good luck to iall par-
ticipants. That is it for this week's
Shark Talk*.'-I'Cwish everyone the
best these last nine weeks.


against Sneads, and Fnday away
at Liberty County.
The girls' softball team also
has some' weather problems.
However, .they resume their
schedule this week with games
away at Apalachicola and Port St.
Joe and a home game against,
Greensboro of the 29th.:. ::, '
Last week the girls and boys'
teams traveled-to Bay County' and
made impressive showings.
Competing against the larger
schools will pay dividends as \ve
approach state meets. There is
another hode 'meet scheduled for.
April 4th,. ;,
In case you need a reminder.
"we are in the'last nine week grad-
ing period. Seniors have a .very
hectic last few weeks. Exams and
the senior trip take place dunng
the second week of May:. Those
events will be; followed by bac-
calaureate .and graduation, later
in the month. All other students
will have their last day on May
28th. .. -
In the meantime we have a,
very full calendar .
Our History Fair is thisI week,
Tuesday and ,Wednesday. ROTC
inspection will take place on:
Wednesday also. Spring pictures
will be taken on the29th in all
proper- forms and payments have:
been tendered. The seniors will be
traveling to the Gulf/Franklin
Center of GCCC on Friday morn-,
ing. OM will be in Chipley on,
Saturday. And don't forget about
,,the time change on Sunday.,
Next week w\e will be having
the annual Spring Fling spon-'
scored by the Health Department.
"XS" will be performing at 1:20 on
Thursday the 5th in our gym. On
Friday, the Junior High
Leadership Council is sponsoring
a golf outing at St. Joseph's Bay,
,Country Club. Tee time is 11:00
CT. The cost is $25 and that total
includes green fees, cart, lunch,
and. prizes. Call the school to
sign-up, or come to the course on
April 6th to play.
Easter Break is scheduled
from April, 13'th to April 16th.
There is no early dismissal on the
1I2th. We resume school on
Tuesday the 17th.
'Our young ladies need to be
.aware that cheerleading tryouts.
are set for Saturday; April 21st.
Practices and more information
are being set up now.
Report cards will be issued on
April 2nd, so please be on the
'lookout. for them as well as our
quarterly newsletter. Gold cards
will be issued on April 6th.


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.^ News Column
1 t -- Faith Christian School:


Report cards go out today,
March 29, to students in grades
one through 'eight. We hate one
nine-week period of this year left
and much to learn and accom-
plish. The spring break was awel-
come rest before entering the


\VES Media Specialist Donna
Fettinger is sponsoring our annu-
al Scholastic Book Fair. The book
fair will begin on Tuesday. April 3
and will, run through Friday. April
6th. Students will have the oppor-
tunity to purchase inexpensive
books, posters, school supplies
and whimsical gifts.
The WES Media Center will be"
converted into a book store for the
fair. Small groups of students will
have the opportunity to browse
the shelves and make selections
from a wide variety of books of
'vandus genre including fiction.
and nonliction.
Each teacher will be given a"
teacher's guide which focuses on -'
'helping our students develop
writing skill and contains fresh.
new ideas for building a creative
classroom. It also will include
descriptions of featured books.
along with creative ideas and tips.
from children's books, authors
and illustrators.
Students were given flyers
which featured only a few of the
hundreds of books available at
our book fair. Parents are encour-
aged to peruse the flyer with their -
children and guide them in.mak-
ing appropriate selections.
Parents wishing to may visit the
book fair with their children.
'Contact our Media Center folf
:more information.
Proceeds from the fair will be
used to purchase new books for
the media center.


Cheerleading Tryouts

At PSJ High School
Students interested in trying
out for the 2001-02 cheerleading
teams should sign up in the froht
'office and pick up a health
exam/parental permission -form,
through March 30. Students must
be entering the- 9th or. 10th grade- ,
to tryout for junior varsity and the
11th or 12th grade to tryout for
varsity. -
Students who participated inr
School athletics for 2000-01 will
notneed a new health -exanti' tnil'
August 2001. However, students
will need to obtain a copy of their
current health exam arid a
parental permission form..
Students must be entering
seventh and eighth grade to try-
out for middle school, ninth and
10th grade to try out for junior
varsity, and 11th and 12th for
varsity.
Practice will be Monday, April
2 at 3:00 p.m. in the Port St. Joe
Elementary School gym. At this
time, students must bring a com-
pleted health exam/parental per-
mission form and report card. An
over all 2.0 grade point average for
the nine weeks ending March 15'
is required. "
Try-outs will- be Thursday,
April 12 at 3:30 p.m. For more
information, contact Jessie Pate,
Jenny Patterson or Simona Beard.

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home stretch. I
Next week youwill feel- like it
is an' hour earlier when you come
to school-because it really is. We
"spring ahead" this Sunday and
lose a precious hour of sleep.. It
will be difficult to get up each day
of the first, week in April! .. ,
Monday, April 2, will be class
picture day. Please put on your
best smile.
Did you know that you 'can
apply for a Target Guest Card and
designate Faith Christian as the
recipient of 1% of the purchase
that you make using the card? It
is a good way to support the
school at- no cost to you. Also; !
mav, we remind you that we save
Campbell's soup labels, General,
Foods school ,seals, -and -alu-'
minum cans. We appreciate -all'
the help you can give us in these
areas. : -
The.field trip to St. Vincent's
Island has -been rescheduled for
this Thursday, March 29. Grades
five through eight are looking for-
ward to a, fun trip while learning
more about'our area wildlife and'
history. .
Thursday, April 5, will be a
special day for students :in kihder-
garten (five-year) -through eighth
grade. We are planning a field trip
to Blountstown to the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement to visit. the
2001 Florida tour of the.
Smrthsonian Institution's "Yester"'
day's Tomorrows." This exhibition
will offer the students "the oppor-
tunit. to observe how ideas of the
future from the past shed light on
the values and attitudes of the
, -tim e."r, -.- ,-- .. '
The students will also be able'
to enpvy tile "Panhandle Folklife
SDays" "ahtivities such asi boat'
building, basket making, quilting
beekeeping. blacksrruthing. wood-
working, and food ways. Students
are encouraged to join in many of
the activities.
Faith Chnstian School is not'"
planning to have a summer pro-
gram this year. We have enjoyed
serving area students in the past:
: but because of demand for sum-,
r mer academic tutoring has dimin-.
ished it is riot economically feasi-"
Sble. '. ... "


Welcome back everybody from!
Spring Breakl Hope you had .ai
wonderful fun-filled Spring Break.
This is the beginning of the last
nine week and report cards' are
out April 2.
The .girls middle school soft-
ball team haid a'double header
against Blountstown and, won one
and lost one. The score of the first
game was 0-2 Blountstown win,
and 16-14 Port St. Joe win. Their
girls' softball' team plays;
Blountstown Friday at 3:00.j
Cheerleading practice begins April
2nd form 3:00 until :4:00 at the
elementary school gym. Stidentsi
must have a physical, .parent per-i
mission from'arid report'card.
Congratulations to Lindsey
Dimitrijevich and Henry Kirby,I
seventh grade students of the
week and Sheena.Bell and Ryarn
Craig, eighth grade -students o
the week. Remember students, i
you have been absent you havd
five days to get your "planrI.
stamped.' The Media Center vT4
be open each, Tuesday after school
until 5:30. Students andi staff
members are encouraged to .use
the Media Center at this time. I'
Don't forget that ttlhe time
change Sunday at 2:00 a.m. ahc
to set your clocks an ".hour ahe4d
on Saturday night before you gd
to bed. On April 6, the eighth -rl\
be going on a field trip to Pion4er
Days Settlement in Blountstown;
Have a great week! Until ne-xt tine
this is Gavin Vicker signing df
(Port St. Joe Middle School Netsi)'


'From the Principal of qf J


'Wewahitchka


-HighSch ool

by Dr. Bill Truby "


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'"IlE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2001


Catholic Church
Says Thank You
The 'St. Joseph's Catholic
Church anniversary and parish
want to publicly thank Willie
Ramsey and The Star for its won-
derful coverage of the celebration,
anrd Ken Murphy from Channel
44/53 for videotaping the special
mass and the reception.
They would also like to thank
:the City of Port St., Joe
Maintenance Department for loan
-of the bleachers and Rocky
Comforter for the use of the tent.
Other tents were -loaned for the
event by Boyd Pickett, Allen Cox,
Jan Nobles, Tessie Myrick, and
Teri Palmer.

Methodists


Holy Week
The First United Methodist
Church will observe Holy Week
with Lenten services, Monday,
April 9 through April 13, at .12:00
noon.
There will be a different min-
ister each day who will bring the
message in the sanctuary of the
church. Pastors scheduled to
speak area:
* Reverend John Adkins, pastor
of Long Avenue Baptist Church on
Monday; Reverend David Fer-
nandez, pastor of Oak Grove
Assembly of God on Tuesday;
Reverend Brent Vickery, pastor of
First Baptist Church on Wednes-
day; Reverend Oliver Taylor, pas-
tor. of First United Methodist
Church on Thursday,: and Dr. Bill.
Taylor, pastor of Faith Bible
Church on Friday.
Following the message each
day, a soup and, sandwich lun-
cheon will be served in the fellow-
ship hall. All members of the -
community are welcome and
encouraged to attend the services
and luncheon at any time during
the week. and. to observe Holy
Week with the church family and
friends.
The community is also wel-
come to attend other services dur-
ing the Holy season. The
children's choir will present "Fish
Tales" on Palm Sunday. April 8,

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Libbie Kosin
Libbie Kosin (nee Frank);
beloved mother of Donald J., went
to be with the Lord on Friday,
March 16, in Port St. Joe. Mrs.

Heartfelt Thanks
The family of Alice A. Machen
would like to express their heart-
felt thanks to some very special
people, Debbie Tankersley, Frank
and Evelyn Pate, Christine
Thursby and Mary Baxley.


SObserve


Services

during the 11:00 a.m. service and
the Chancel Choir will present
their Easter cantata, "My
Redeemer Lives," April 15, during
the 11:00 a.m. service. Comi-
munity Easter Sunrise service will
be held at Frank Pate Park on
April 15, at 7:00 a.m.


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SEEDS
FROM
THE I.
SOWER-
Michael A. Guido
Meter, Georgia


Following the Lord is a hard life.
There's nothing easy or sissy
about it.
One who followed Him bravely
met with an accident, and just
before he went home to heaven
he said to his father, "Tell the
brethren, wherever you meet
them, to stand up for Jesus."
Inspired by those dying words,
a man of God wrote the song,
"Stand up, stand up for Jesus, ye
soldiers of the cross; lift high His
royal banner, it must not suffer
loss."
Few can be famous, but all can
be faithful. Few can be stars, but
all can stand up for the Lord. Dare
you?


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-- .... '' 311 Columbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456 ...
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First Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
:Pastor, Bro. Nfarcus H. Sturdivant Church Office 227- 1-193
Sun y Sch ..'.. . .. .. 9-45 a in
Sunday Noirnmig W,;,rship . ... : I1 00 a. '
S Sunday Et1Ecng e Sert'ice .. . o 30 p l.
\ednesday . ... 00. .
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Experience the Power of Pentecost With .Us


first United A methodist Church,
111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410

Sunday Worship Services:
Traditional.................. ........... 9:00 a.m., CT
Contemporary .................... 11 :15 a.m., CT

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

TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN

+ .+ ST. JAMES'
+ ++ EPISCOPAL CHURCH

800 22nd STREET, PORT ST. JOE
7:30.and 11:00 a.m. (EST)
Sunday School 9:45
Child Care Provided for at 11:00


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Discover God's Love!
Everyone welcome

Long Avenue
BAPTIST CHURCH
1601 Long Avenue, Port St. Joe 229-8691
Worship Sundays at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Bible Study Sundays at 9:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. (for all ages)
Wednesday Children & Youth Missions at 7 p.m.
Prayer and Bible Study at 7 p.m.
Adult Praise Choir at 8 p.m.
REV. JOHN ADKIHS, PASTOR


direction of Comforter Funeral
Home. ,


Kosin was preceded in death by
her husband, Joseph F. Kosin, Sr.
and her son, Joseph F. Kosin, Jr.
Mrs. Kosin was originally
from Cleveland and the
Middleburg Heights, Ohio area.
She has lived in Port St. Joe for
the past eight years.
Survivors include her son,
Donald J. and his wife Judith of
Port St. Joe; and her grandchil-
dren Joseph, David and his wife,
Denise of Lexington, Kentucky,
Elizabeth Roberson and husband
Matthew of Tallahassee.
A private service was held in
Cleveland on Monday, March 19..
Memorials can be given to
Gideons International or Hospice
of Northwest Florida. 2001 N.
Palafox St., Pensacola. FL 32501.
Arrangements., were by
Southerland Funeral Home,

Nadine Aplin
Nadine Aplin, 76, of Port St.
Joe, passed away Thursday.
March 22. A native of Greensboro,
North Carolina, she had been a
resident of Beacoi: Hill and later
Port St. Joe for over 60 years, and
was a member of First Baptist
Church.
Mrs. 'Aplin worked in the
Sherman Shipyard during World
World II, and later worked as a
nurse for. the Municipal Hospital
and Bay St. Joseph Care Center.
She also worked' for Dr. Tim
Nelson,, Dr. William Wagner and
Weems Nursing,' Home in
Apalachicola. .
She is survived by her hus-:
band, Deomes Aplin of Port St.
Joe; two sons, Randall Aplin and
wife Diane of Springsborb, Ohio,
and Ronme Aplin and wife Kathy
of Richmond. Virginia; one sister,
Peggy Rhames of Burlington,
North Carolina; one brother,
Curtis Hart of Beacon Hill; two
granddaughters, Kelley and Katie
Aplin of Richmond. Virginia; four
step-grandchildren, Greg Watson
of Austin, Texas, Brad Watson of
Germany. Doug .- Watson of
Arkansas. and Chris Watson of
Springsboro. Ohio: and several
nieces and nephews.
Graveside funeral services
were held Sunday, March 25, at
Pleasant Rest Cemetery in
Overstreet at 2:00 p.m., ET.
Interment followed.
All services were under the


Muice A,. ivmano .k
Alice Machen
Alice Machen, 69, of Port St,
Joe went 'to be with the Lord
Saturday. March 24, from an
e. extended illness with ovarian can-
cer.
Alice was born on December
31. 1931 in Ozark, Alabama to the
late Walter and Totsie Andrews.
Upon graduation from Troy State
University in August 1954, she
moved to Port St.' Joe where she
Taught at the Port St. Joe High
School until her retirement in
' 1994. She is preceded In death by
b her husband George W. Machen.
She is survived by her daugh-
t er, Karen and husband Dale
Borden of Port St. Joe. Tina
*Machen of Fairhope, Alabama;
two grandchildren. George and
Canda Borden, of Port St. Joe: one
sister. Grace Andrews and hus-
band Charles C.: and one nephew.
Charles Andrews of Ozark.
Alabama.
Funeral services were held on
Tuesday, March 27 at 3:30 p.m.
at First United Methodist Church
in Port St. Joe. Interment followed
in the Holly Hill Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Cody Nobles.
Hamp Terry. Greg Wood. Jim
Faison, Ricky Thursby. and
Wayne Pate. Honorary Pallbearers
were her Sunday school class the
Benard Pridgeon class. led by
Billy Joe Rish.
Memonals can be made to the
First United Methodist Church in
'Port St. Joe.
Gillmore-Southerland Farrumily
'Funeral Home in Port St. Joe was
in charge of the arrangements.


Highland View baptist Church
"A Fellowship of God's Children Sharing Jesus, JESUS CARES. We Care
382 Ling Street Port St. Joe, FL 32456 850.227.1306
E-mail: hvbaplisl@aol.com Web Site: www.forminislry.com/32456hvbc
"If you need a ride to church call the church office and we'll pic you up."


Sunday School ............i...... 9:45 a.m
Sunday Morning Worship .... 10:45 a.m.
Discipleship Training .............. 6 p.m.
Sunday Evening Service ............ 7 p.m.


Wednesday Bible Sludy/Prayer Meeting .... 7 p.m.
Wednesday Youth/Children Activities ........ 7 p.m.
Wednesday Choir Practice .................... 8 p.m.
PASTOR REV IC.HNNIE R.-%Y BAILEY


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24s20 Laiiq AIlle rL,e PO 5f -'oo. Flo.I d c. 2456
(850) 229-9596


Sunday School . ................. 10 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship ............... 11 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship ................ 6 p.m.
Wednesday Evening Service .............. 7 p.m.


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SI MEXICO BEACH
Reverend Kevin Carter, Pastor
Rusty Bryan, Associate Pastor & Minister of Music
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Worship iundaj\ .a lt a m .nd 6 00 p m
Dei j A Bible Study Sund.v 9s at 0 ,-, m <.all ages1
All 1'"1 Wednesday Pra\ver and Bible Stud', at Oi' p rn
Please nole. all times central
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Worship:
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Call 229-8310
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A Contemporary Church 639-5993
Serving, the Family,... Teaching the Word...
SReaching the World for Christ!
Under the Leadership of Rev. Bill Truby, Ph.D & Kyle Pippin
Services: Sunday-10:30 a,m. & Wednesday-7 p.m.

Pre-School Is Now Open!


Miller Visits Fami
Dr. Hayward L. Miller is the
pastor of Living Word Fellowship
in Panama City. Since Dr. Miller
became pastor, Living Word
Fellowship has become one of the
' largest and fastest growing
churches in the Panhandle.
Dr. Miller has ministered
internationally in conferences and
churches bringing a word that
builds up and establishes the.
Body of Christ. His heart is to
mentor land disciple men and

SunBridge Quarterly
Memorial Service-
SunBridge Bay St. Joe Care
Center is inviting the public to
attend its quarterly memorial ser-
vice for those' residents and other
special people who were, involved
in the nursing home. The meeting
will be onMonday, April 2nd at
6:30 p.m.
The purpose of this memorial
is to be a time of healing and
rejoicing. Those to be memorial-
ized are, Jane Davis, Luvinia
Hooper, Roland Coffman. Eva
Brown, Libby Kossin, Nadine
Alpine. James Herring. and Alice
Machen, a very good friend to our
staff and residents.
Glory Bound Featured
at Monthly SingApril 1
New Harvest Fellowship.
located at 1336 Highway 22 in
WewahJtchka will be holding its
monthly sing on Sunday. April 1.
at 6:00 p.m.
The featured group .this
month will be Glory Bound from
Tallahassee. The public is invited
to go out and enjoy an evening of
good gospel music. For more
information you may call 639-
6754 or 639-9698.


ily Life Church
women as they take their :posi
tions in the body of Christ.
His powerful God given ability
to communicate the gospel helps
the congregation to see .and
understand what the Spint issay-
ing to the church. Young and old
sit in expectation during the pow-
erful messages and receive the
Word of God, as it becomes alive
and real. ''
If you desire to be 'someone
who makes a difference inh this
world, or just simply need a touch
from God, you are encouraged to
go out to the Family .Life Church
on Sunday night. April 1st at 7:00
p.m., ET. You will not be disap-
pointedl See the Family Life'
Church ad in this paper for direc-
tions to the church.


Pastor otr ,;
Living Word Fell'owship
(One of the largest and fia[es~t ,
group ng churches in Panama Cirt I
Sunday, April lst
: 7 JPM-EST ...


Family Life Church
323 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe


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

The Wewahitchka Church of Christ
.: NIMeets At 2241 Hw\v. 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
WVednesday Bible Study. ............. 7:00 p.m. CT


FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
*- R 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
"'" r Sixleenrl Sireel
Sunday Worship ...... 10 a.m.
Fellowship Time . 10:45 a.m.
Adult School . . 11 a.m.
eSunday School
*YoungChildren 0 .
*Nursery Available .
Pastor Rev. J. Reid Cameron Highway 71,' Cecil Cost n Sr Blvd


r /first BaptistChurch-

SI 102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE
.. Brent Vickery Bud y CasweI', ',
]r ^ ''" Pastor Mir,,uer of M n,,:& Youth
Sunday School : ... . .. 9:45,am
SWorship Service . .. 1 .. :00 am
Disciple Training ..... ....... 6:00 pm .,
Evening Worship .. .. .... .,: ..,. 7;QO .pm ,
Wednesday Prayer Meeting .. ,. 7:00 pm
"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP"

Teaching the Truth of God's Word

FAITH BIBLE CI41-RCIG
801 20th Street Port'*St. Joe 229,6707
Dr. Bill Taylor, Pqstor
Sunday School. .. ... e-, .. .. 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Service ..... 11:00 a.m.
Sunday EveningServige i..." .,.. 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night P erayT eting & Bible Study i7:00 p.m.
Home of FAITH CRISTIAN gCHOOI L


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Constitution and Monument
Port St. Joe
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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.m. Methodist Youth .
Morning Worship ........ 11:00 a.m. Fellowship . . 6:0 p.m.


(850) 227-1724
Rev. Jesse Evans Robert E. Dow
,PASTOR Choir Direc


Evening Worship ......... ..7:30 pm.
Wednesday Choir Practice .-. 7:30 p.m.
wns, Jr. Diana Sealey
actor Youth & Children's Directo j


race Baptist Chii
BUT TMOSE WHO HOPE IN TME LORD WILL .'
RENEW TMEIR STRENGTH. THEY WILL 50AR ON
WINGS LIKE EAGLE .. 15AIAH 40:351
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: 227-1180 http://www.graceeagles.org


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"Truth" Advertising Credited with Lowering Teen Smoking Rates


Florida's edgy "truth" adver-
tising campaign continues to have
a significant impact in reducing
teen smoking, a team of
researchers from Florida State
University concluded in a new
study that examines the impact of
the state's anti-tobacco advertis-
ing.
The "truth" campaign is
reaching Florida's teens at
unprecedented rates-94 percent
of the teens surveyed, ages 12-to-
17, confirmed awareness of the
campaign overall, according to the
latest Florida Anti-tobacco Media
Evaluation (FAME) survey, just
released by the Florida
Department of Health, Division of
Health Awareness and Tobacco.
The FAME survey reports on
the 30th month of the "truth"
advertising campaign. The survey
was conducted in October. The
survey team, led by FSU Professor
David Sly, the senior media evalu-
ation consultant at the Centers
for Disease Control, included
Sarah Ray and Gary Heald from
the FSU Center for the Study of
Population.
Nearly two-thirds of 1,810
survey respondents claim the
"truth" television advertisements
have prompted them to think
about whether or not they should
smoke, and one-third have talked
about the advertisements with
their friends. The results are
equally impressive across geo-
graphic and ethnic lines.
"The truth's edgy humor and
rebelliousness against Big
Tobacco's marketing tactics
appears to have worked with
teens," Sly said. "There can be no
doubt of the success of the televi-
.sion program or its role in the
downward trend in teen smoking
rates."
The FAME survey compared.





NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City
Commission of the Cty of Port St Joe Florida. t Its
regular meeting on the 3rd day of .ipril .200' I at 0
p.m.. in the Commission Chamber. Port St. Joe,
Florida will consider for final adoption two
Ordinances with the following titles:
ORDINANCE NO. 273
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PORT,
ST. JOE, FLORIDA RELATING TO THE
OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE TAX; PRO-
VIDING FOR THE REGULATION OF
FLEA MARKETS AND YARD SALES,.
PROVIDING DEFINITIONS: PROVIDING
FOR PENALTIES: PROVIDING FOR
HOLDING AND IMPOUNDING OF MER-
CHANDISE. PROVIDING FOR SEVER-
ABILITY AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 22 .
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PORT
.,ST. JOE. FLORIDA RELATING TO
OFFENSES AND MISCELLANEOUS PRO.
VISIONS; PROVIDING FINDINGS OF
FACT; PROVIDING FOR THE REGULAR.
TION OF TOBACCO USE AT CERTAIN
CITY OWNED PROPERTY DURING
YOUTH ORIENTED EVENTS: PROVID-
ING FOR DEFINITIONS; PROVIDING
FOR PENALTIES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
All Interested parties are invited to attend and be
heard. Copies of said Ordinances are on file at the
office of the City Clerk and may be Inspected by the
public during normal working hours.
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
BY: /s/ Frank Pate. Jr.
Mayor-Commissioner
.ATrEST: s/ Pauline Pendarvis
City Clerk 2 1
Itc. March 29. 2001.


advertising elements of the
Florida "truth" campaign, the
American Legacy Foundation
(ALF) national anti-smoking cam-
paign and tobacco industry spon-
sored campaigns. Industry-
produced anti-tobacco and indus-
try promotion advertisements
appear to be least successful in
reaching Florida adolescents,
according to the FSU study. Dr.
Sly added that there is also
emerging evidence that industry
promotional -advertising is creat-
ing a backlash against tobacco
companies. '"The advertising clut-
ter created by the tobacco compa-
nies is hurting their credibility
with teenagers," Sly said.
The survey results demon-
strate the "truth' campaign,. is
reaching teen non-smokers, for-
mer smokers and current smok-
ers. The greater the awareness of
"truth" advertisements, the
greater the anti-tobacco atti-
tude/belief among Florida youth,
the study concludes. The most
favorable responses to the "truth"
campaign came from nonsmokers
and smokers who, wish to stop
smoking or .who have doubts
about their smoking.
The less positive or negative
response to the advertisements
came ,from those who are commit-
ted, to smoking.
The FAME study also exam-
ined the impact, of household and
family relationships on teens'
anti-tobacco attitudes/beliefs and
cigarette use. ,
Families that provide children
with opportunities to interact with
adults inhibit youth tobacco use,
the survey found. Where family
members actively monitor chil-
dren's behavior, fees are more
likely to .have anti-tobacco atti-
tudes and lessL likely, .to use
tobacco. Generally, there is a
strong correlation between engag-
ing inr other risk behaviors and
cigarette use, though it's not clear
if cigarette use precedes or follows
engagement in other risks. ''
Overall, the prevalence of
smoking has, declined during the
advertising campaign's two'year


GGC School Readiness

Coalition Meeting
The Gulf County School
Readiness Coalition Meeting will
be held on Tuesday, April 10th, at
1:00 p.m., CT and 2:00 p.m., ET,
t' atihe dulf Coo'ty School Board
Office, 'located- at- 150. Middle
School Road In Port St. Joe.
The agenda for this meeting
will include a financial report,
partnership board report, and
coalition training needs commit-
tee report.
For additional information
.regarding,the meeting or agenda,
contact Vicky Patterson at Early
Childhood Services, Inc. 'at ,872-
7550, extension 2223.
This meeting is open to the
public and interested citizens are
invited to attend.


NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE- PROGRAM
Proposed Flood Elevation Determinations for'the Unincorporated Areas of Gulf
County, Florida
AGENCY: Federal Emergency Management Agency
ACTION: Proposed rule.
SUMMARY: -. '
Technical information or comments are solicited on the proposed modified base (1% annual chance)
flood elevations shown on your community's preliminary Revised Flood Insurance Rate Map. These base flood
elevations are the basis for the floodplain management measures that-tlie'eommunity Is required to either
adopt or show evidence of being already in effect in order to qualify or trmain qualifid for participation In the
National Flood Insurance Prograrm (NFIP). The proposed base flood elei allons niodir the base flood elex auon-
shown on your community's presently effecute FI.:..:a Inurance Rate Map
DATES:
The period for continent will be ninety (90) days following the second publication of this proposed rule
in a newspaper of local circulation in the community. .,
ADDRESSES: '
preliiTinr, Re\ sied Fl:..:. rra.nce Rate maps showing the prop..aee.a n.odified baae flood elevations
and theiy .irlrr.intuo.-. a1t: a'ilable kr re.ie, at the Gulf County -ounhou.e ii000 Cc'il C Costln. Sr.
E.juleara Fo,:m 3.0 P, .n S, J.:,e Flonaa "
Send comments to:
Mr. Nathan Peters. Jr
Chairman of the Gulf County. .
Board of Commissioners
1000 Cecil G. Costin. Sr. Blvd.
Room 302
SPurt St J.:.e Flo.:.rida 3456 .
FOR FUR THE R |INtFNiMATIC,'N CONTACT: ,.;.. .
Malheu. B Miller PLE Chief
Hazards Study Branch
Mitigation Directorate '
Federal Emergency Management Agency
.ahihwitron D, o: 2 ,
1621'J :46-o_,16
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
The FrcerAl Energen.-, Mrana.enert .Agencc gr ez notice cof the proposed deternmnauon., l mnO.aoifed
base flood elr.aior, in accor.ar,.ce v. th Se,:i.Ain i 10 ..I tihe Fioc,d Disaster Protection Act 01 1973 iPub L 93.
S234). 87 Stat. 98.' .l-,ich maide Sc(.ior, i363 o t he National Filood Insurarnce Act ol" 1968 ITIle Xhl of the
Housing and Urban De. e].:pnmient A.:E if.l I'8 IFub L 9..)-441l) 42 L S C 4001.il4128. and 44 CFR 67 41al
The'e ele~ avin loE'ether OIth the f:-o.:dpl.in E.anageiernt measures required by Section 60 3 of the
program reulatic.nn are the nilninuni r,.al are required The, should not be c.nsrsUued t.o mean the comt
munity nust charne ranr, eusu'ri ord.i'nanc.:e that are more stringent Ir. their loodplain naragrenirnt require.
ments. The c ornimunia% nia, ai rn, tine enract lt.:ter recqulrernenis on Its oar, or pursuant to policies estab
lishedby other Feanral S.te cr regi.:.na] rentueI These prc.F.ooed ele auons 'ill alo be used to calculate the
appropriate flood n_;.r-are prenaum. rute' 1.r neA' bulloirng- and their cor terts
Pursuant to the provisions of 5USC 605(b). the Administrator, to whom authority has been delegated
by the Director. Federal Emergency Management Agency, hereby certifiess that the proposed flood elevation
determinations, if promulgated, will not have a significant economic inimpact on a substantial number of small
entities. A flood elevation determination under Section 1363 forms the basis for new local ordinances, which.
If adopted by a local community, will govern future construction within the floodplain area. The elevation
determinations, however, impose no restriction unless and until the local community voluntarily adopts flood-
plain ordinances in accord with these elevations. Even if ordinances are adopted In compliance with Federal
standards, the elevations prescribe how high to build in the floodplain and do not prohibit development. Thus.
this action only forms the basis for future local actions. It Imposes no new requirement: of itself It has no eco-
nomic Impact. .
Proposed base flood elevations along flood sources studied In detail are shown on the Preliminary
Revised Flood Insurance Rate Map. Lessees and owners of real property in the unincorporated areas of Gulf
County are encouraged to review these maps and related mpaterials at the address cited above. The proposed
base flood elevations are as follows:


Source of Flooding
Gulf of Mexico:
Along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico approximately
1000 feet north of Eagle Harbor
Along the Gulf of Mexico shoreline, approximately
1500 feet west of Indian Pass
St. Joseph's Bay:
Approximately 1500 feet Inland from the St. Joseph
Bay. along the shoreline of St. Joseph Bay
Along the St. Joseph Bay shoreline, approximately
three miles southeast of Pig Island
Indian Lagoon:
Along the'shoreline of Indian Lagoon approximately
S1000. feet west of Indianrf Pass ..
Approumstel, 5',0 feet eta f indiannPass "-
21c. r.1 rcrh 2, and .April 5 2001 .


*10


Range of Base Flood Elevation*
#Depth in feet above ground
*Elevation in Feet (NGVD)
Existing Modified


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panies in 1997. The "truth" brand
also includes "truth" gear, a
"truth" truck that travels to teen
events throughout the State of
Florida and a website(www.who
letruth.com).












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period. Declines in smoking were
most evident among Florida youth
ages 15-and-under in the initialP
stages of the campaign, though;
more recently the declines have
been more evident among those'
16-and-over.
The greatest drop in cigarette
use is among older youth-over'
16 years of age. By the end of the
30th month of the "truth" adver-
tising campaign, the prevalence of
cigarette use among youth 16 and
over has declined, nearly 29 per-
cent since its high at the end of'
the first year..
This trend shows that pro-
longed exposure to the "truth";
campaign, significantly impacts
the smoking rate. The results also'
show that the effect is preventive
and not merely having a delaying
influence, the FAME report con-
cludes.
In 1998, when surveillance
began for tobacco use among
Florida youth; 27.4 percent of
high school students and 18.'
percent of middle school students
were current cigarette smokers.
By 2000, these rates had declined
to 22.6 among' high school stu-
dents and 11.1 percent among
middle school students, according
to the latest statistics released by
the Bureau of Epidemiology of the
Fldrida Department of Health.
The "truth" advertising cam-
paig'n ispart f .the State of
Florida's youth-oriented anti-
tobacco campaign, created by the
Florida Department of Health, and
funded by the 8 11.3 billion settle-
ment reached with tobacco com-
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Me ico Beach Office
HIVy. 98 at 19th St.
ie tals (850) 648-5449
Sales (850) 648-5683
lax (850) 648-4247


Gulf Coast Realty, Inc.

WEB SITE
C21 GulfCoastRealty.com


143 Betty Drive," Port St. Joe A BR, 2 5 BA,
$240,000 MLS# 6974 Brenda Miller


103 Buccaneer Dr., Gulfaire S/D Lovely large .4
BR/2.5BA, 2 story stucco home on corner lol.
Gulf view from deck of upstairs master bedroom
suite New patio off family room Recently reno-
vated with all new windows, carpet, tile, etc
CH/A Looking for a larger home,. MUST SEE!
S229,000. MLS#8812. Contact Ellen Allemore.


For more information about
local tobacco program efforts,
contact Sabrina Burke, Tobacco
Prevention Coordinator, at the
Gulf County Health Department,
227-1276, extension 114.


St. Joe Bay Office
2010 Hwy. C-30
(850) 227-9600
Fax (850) 227-2115


: Port St. Joe Lodge No. 111
y Reg. 'Stated Communicati6n
1st & 3rd Thursday of each
mo., 8:00 p.m.,Masonlc Hall;
214 Reid Ave. Emory Bailey, W.M.
Bill Jordon, Seq.


Dogwood Terrace Townhomes

808 Woodward Avenue Port St. Joe

Attractive Financing Packages Available


Unit B
2BR/1BA
v!g!,mT


Unit C Unit D Unit E Unit G Unit I
2BR/1BA 2BR/1BA 2BR. 'IBA BR/1BA IBR'IBA
$43,800 $43,800 $43,800 $39,240 $39,240


Unit J
2BR,. 1 5BA
$54,600


(Call) j j
Anitra Norton |
227-9600 ,**
Gulf Coast Realty, Inc.


Four Offices to Serve You:
Cape Offic


S Cape Office
4320 Cape San Bias Road
Sales (850) 227-2160
Fax (850) 648-4247


Barrier Dunes Office
110 Barrier Dunes Drive
Cape San Bias
(850) 229-1500


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Sio011 rree (ouuj w oz-zy*yv "ow a t' -
01999 Century 21 Real Eslale Corporation 0 and ""'trademark and servicemark of-
Century 21 Real Estate Corporation. Each office is independently Sa
~. ."owned and operated. Equal Housing Opporlunily. L ; I






aKIRAg 311 Robin Lann. Mexico Beach. For relire- .. .


meni, week-end, or year round living Nice
3BR/2BA brick home Ceramic file BAs,
beautiful hardwood floors, thermal windows
CH/A, enclosed garage Lot approx
100'x95' Quiet neighborhood 9108,000.
MLS#8126. Contact Ellen Allemore.


Bay Front 1953 CR C-30, 3BR/2BA Call
Patricia Raap at 648-5683 ext. 11.
MLS#6290. $499,000.
t4.as't* y
X .


Cypress Ave Port S. Joe. JK/JtA,
$197,500. MLS#6401


7660 Hwy. 98, St. Joe Beach. GreaI Location
across from dedcated beach with unobstructed gulf
,.ewl 2 BR 2BA brick home w.,h b.g front Florida
room. 2 loIs for o total o 100 high.ay fronrog'e
vilh palm irrees xd40 deep. Workshop and garage
in backyard All property chain link Fenced Many
possibilities S295,000. MLS#5021. Contact Ellen
Allemore


S9247H" nwy YU, Beacon-Hll- nil -uIe llu nui
Beach cottage, 2 BR/1BA, fully furnished, new
kitchen, faniasnc sunsets MLS#8690.
S 410,000. Brenda Miller.


111 E & F 1st St., Mexico Beach. Duplex on cor-
ner lol One of a kind Greal location one house
bet-eer, duplex and h.gh-.a, ihen bea.:h' 2
BR IBA upsra,rs ,ilh 2 decks lor gulf .iew
2BR, IBA downsiairr ,.nh gull .ew' deck Steel root,
ceramic tile loore CH A Use one for ,ourielf and
rean one out 5229,000. ML5#8128. Contact Ellen
Allemore.

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92 Hwy 98, Mexico Beach Beautiful Sunseis
and.Great Livingi Across from dedicated beach
with unobstructed gulf view! Large 2 star', cusiomn
built brick home with personality or. I 5 lots .1
bedroom, 3.5 Bath. Approx. 3532 sq. ft. of living
area. Large.deck, Florida room, huge attached
garage. Back garage could be incorporated for
more living space. Metal roof, CH 'A. beaultiul
kitchen cabinets and countertops carpet 'tile
throughout. Many unique amrernlies
$589,000.00. MLS#8124. Contact Ellen
Allemore


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Cape San Bias Gulf View Duplex 2BR/2BA
Call Anitra Norton for more details MLS#
6694 $169,000


t Qi 1002-D Hwy 98, Mexico Beach 2 BR, 1.5 BA
'dBA, $149,900 Call Brenda for more details
MLS#8048.


Cape San Bias Gul.trront, I Z3 acres, Juuu
sq. h home .v,'h 'ewi from every room.
$1,250,000. Call Kim Harrison.


Cape San Bias "Sea Urchin" 3BR/2BA
Gulf front, S375,000. MLS#8110
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171 N. Duck Avenue Howard Creek 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths MLS#8022, $99,500








Cape San Bias Gulf Front 4BR/2 5BA
$599,000, MLS #5593.

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1904 Juniper Ave. 4BR/2BA Call Elva
Peden 227-9600 MLS #8388. $159,500.






Simmons Bayou Commercial Business
Opportunity $599,500 MLS#6257


408 California Drive, Mexico Beach 3 BR, 2
BA MLS# 7045, $165,000, Patricia Raap






1403 Constitution Drive Port St. Joe 4
BR/2.5 full BA, $299,900.


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E-MAIL ADDRESS
lies@C21GulfCoastRealty.com


LOT LISTINGS:
CAPE SAN BLAS
Bay View C-30, #7 Sand Bar Dr.'e, $73,500.
ContacI Bill Peevy. MLSa6456.
Interior Lot, Cape 5an Blas Rd S39,900.
MLS#5312.
Interior Lois, Loa 6 & 7, Park side:Cir:cl
MLS#6903, 6900, S41,000. Elva M. Peden.
Gulf View, MLS56901. Emerald lile Sir-ee
$59,900. Elva M. Peden.
Interior Lot, MLSN6596 South Beach Rd.,
$64,500, Susie While.
Gull View, 'l8-t,.8Qi Emerald Icl S7bO.'
Elva M. Peden. '
Interior, .tALS6902;' Poailk ade Circle 575,000,
Elva Peden.
MLS#6948, Whie Sands Dr,ce, S80,000. Susie
While.
Interior Lot, MLSN5327. Cape San Bla' Rd ,
$89,900. Interior Lol, MLS.S6202 Werwirnd Dr.,'e.
$99,900 Interior Lot, MLSP6955, Weal,.r.d D.i.e.
$99,900 Susie White.
Interior Lot, MLSI6956, Cape Son Bias Rd ,
$100,000 Susie White.
Interior Lot, MLS#5332, Secluded Dunes Drive,
$109,900.
Gulf Front, MLSs6511. 6526, 6524, 6525, Cape
San Blat Road. $149,900 each.
isl Tier, MtSit8085, Mariners Lane, $1'9,900,
Susie White.
isl Tier,. MLSi5330.100 Secluded Dunes Dr.,
$ 179,900, Kim Harrison. ,
Bay Front, M.LS6522, C30-E, $181.400. Kim
, Harrison., .
Bay-Front, MLS#6523, C30-E, $231',170, Kim.
Harrison.
Gulf Front, MLSP690.i, Highway C-30E, $300,000,
Elva Peden.
Interior; MLS#2592; 100 Secluded Dunes Drive,
$2,950,000.
Interior, MLS#6528, Secluded Dunes Drive,
$129,900.
INDIAN PASS
Bay Front, MLS#6968. Lot 53 HWY C30, $71,650,
Bill Peevy
Bay Front, MLSn 6969, lot 54-HWY C30, $72,760,
Bill Peevy.
SIMMONS BAYOU'
MLS#6030, 6033, 6029, 6037, 6034, Counitry
Club Drive, $55,000 each.
'MLS#6035, Lot 4, Country Club Drive, $55,000.
INDIAN LAGOON
MLS#2599, Hay C 30, $69,900.
MLS#2600, Hwy C-30, $129,500.
ML5a2601, H-/ C-30, $159,500.
BEACHES
Interior, MLS#6873, Mexico Beach, 233 Kim Kove,
S42,000, Brenda Miller.
MLS#6921;,St. Joe Beach, Santa Anna Street,
$29,900, Susie White.
PORT ST. JOE
Lot 2, 15, 17, 19, 13. 21, MLS#6049. 6050, 6051,
6048, 6052, 5861, S HWY 71, $59,000 each.
Bay View, MLS# 5333, 6954, 5396, Hwy 98,
"$175,000.
Interior, Ward Ridge, MLS#6883, Garrison Ave,
$280,000.
Interior, A e ALot 2, 3, 9, 10,4. 1,6. 5..7. 8, II
MLS#6231, 6232, 6227, 6228, 6222, 6230,
6224. 6223, 6226, 6229, $13, 850 each.
MLSN3171, Whiting Streel. S15,500, Susie While
MLS# 4758, 5647, .5649, 2100 2010,S19,000.
MLS#5649, 3000 Garrison Ave, $19,900.
WEWAHITCHKA
MLS#5223, North Of Wewa, Idlewrood Drie,
$9,900
MLS#4486, Dogwood Ave., $14,900.
Interior, MLS#5989, 6557, Lot 37, 36, Betty Rae
Dr., $17,000 each, Bill Peevy.
interior, MLS#6881, Dalkieth, Hwy 381-A,
$60,000.
Interior, MLS#6879, Dalkieth, 381-A, $78,000.
MLS#5988, Dalkieth, Mace Martin Rd., $89,900,
Anitra Norton. .
River Front, MLS#6877, Dalkieth, Bryanis Landing
Sid., $103,400. ..
Interior; MLS#6882, D6k1ieth, Douglas Landing Rd.,
$127,500.
Interior, MLS#6880, Dalkieth, Bryants Landing Rd.,
$165,000.
Interior, MLS#6878, Dalkieth, Hwy 381, $189,000.
MLS#5506, 6000 Dalkieth Rd., $64,500.
OVERSTREET
Interior, MLS#6624, Wewahitchka, Wetappo Drive,
$11,800, Patricia Raap.
Interior, MLS#6157, 6154, 6158, 6156, 6060, 6155,
Lot 5, 2, 6, 4, 1, 3, Long Street, $12,900 each.
Interior, MLS#6993, Finch Lane, $13,750, Unda Ulm.
Interior, MLS#8036, Quarter Horse Lane, $16,000,
Brenda Miller.
MLS#5353, CR 386, $44,000, Diane Peevy. ,
Interior, MLS#6097, Wewahitchka, Hwy, .386,
$195,500, Patricia Raap.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL 0 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2001


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Old Bay City Rd,

Howard Creek

$29,500
Hunting and fishing
paradise with a spring-fed
pond. Minutes from
Howard, Creek Landing.
400' of paved road, sur-.
rounded by state owned
property. Land is high and
dry, never flooded. Cleaned
and cleared ready to
build!
Call Anitra Today!.





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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2001 PAGE 5B


I Need A Very S
'Remus, a full grown white
male cat, along with others at the
htnmarie society needs a good
ho-nm


4 '
At present the humane soci-
ety has one siamese cat nursing
four kittens; one calico cat nurs-
ing three kittens; another calico
cat nursing four kittens; one
female tabby cat; .three kittens
ready to go; one' brown, long-
hi red tabby cat; two akita mixed
diale dogs; two lab/spaniel
females: humane society will pay
for spaying; three large male black


special Friend
labs; one small black male chow
already neutered and free; small
yellow chow mix female; two
Australian shepherds, one blue
eyed, one brown eyed; two pup-
pies that are from small dogs, ten
pups about four months old from
various .itters; three fuzzballs
about four months old; and a four
month old yellow lab puppy.
For -nore: information, you
may. contact the St. Joseph Bay
Humane Society at 227-1103 or'
visit the web site at www.cape
sanblasfl.com/sjbhs.


White Elephant Sale
The St. Joseph Bay Humane
Society will be hosting its annual'
white elephant sale on Saturday.
April 28. There will also be a bake'
sale as well as hamburgers, hot:
dogs, and drinks being sold.
A few items will be auctioned
off at this sale. Donatng prizes to
be auctioned ::are: Citizens
Federal, $100 savings bond; Dr.,
King, one free teeth cleaning:
Pates Service andTifre Center, one
free oil change rMl tire rotation;:
NAPA, batten' cables; 'Ard's'
Florist, !one large silk arrange-'


Mexico Beac



Harmon Real nc

1402 Hwy. 98 *, Mexico Beach, 'Florid -. SSCaoCtt oSrd 8 0-6
] 850-648-5767 or 1-800-239-4959 Joan Lovelace,850-874-4
1*MIS BARBARA G. HARMON, Broker Regina Capps, 850-648-4
Barbara Mannon, 850-64


52 OpKAvenue Spacious 3 Bi 3 Ba home for family and
erlerair.ing Lg open LR 'DR. KIT area w,. 16 eat,r.ng bar Stone
fireplace wei bar rie.kojr-room,'oH,ce downsla.rs H.i/Hers
bathroom upilair: Huge sun deck wilh a glimpse of the Gulf,
$19,1,000 00


NEW LISTINGS:







614 Gulfaire Dr. 3 Br, 2 Ba single farorly stucco home on
beautifully landscaped' Ig' loi within walking disl6nce to
Dedicated Beach Swimming Pool i-Tennis Court Living rm has
[.replace, vaulled ceiling, and paladium window Priced to tell at
$ 5149.900 00


* :'.'*
21.
C'


47-3609
906 (Pager)
489
7-5004


meant; Sub Shop, two combo
wBeals; Discount Auto Parts, one
bvhydraulic and tool sei: The Star.
two personalized t-shirts or
mouse pads with picture of your
choice; Don and Cathy Ake, a
birthday party with animals,
starting at $75, valued at $150;
Anita Styling Salon, one hair cut;
Linda's Restaurant, two meals;'
Flour, Mill, one gift certificate for
birthday cake; Roy's, gift certifi-
cate for $25; St. Joe, Hardware,
TORO power' sweep blower; and
Emerald Coast FCU, cash dona-,
lion. .
All proceeds are to benefit the
humane society with their,
endeavor to build a new facility
arid to house the animals.
This year's event is to be held
ait Cr'-tal Sands Realty, located at'
1602 Highway 98 in Mexico
Beach.
..y:: and all donations are wel-
bmie. Please call Carolyn Lee at,
227-7331 'or Vickki- Davis at 229-1.
1241, or any humane society
member.. ''


Americanism Night
Port St. Joe Lodge No. ,111
F&AM invites fiend and neigh-
bors to a covered dish dinner to be'
held at the lodge located at 214
Reid Avenue in. Port St. Joe, at
:7:00 p.m. on Thursday, March,
.29th. The Lodge will be honoring
past masters. The speaker for the
occasion will be ,Brent Vickery.
"' If you have, any questions
please call the lpdge secretary. Bill
Jordan, at 648-5440. ,

,, ,


g With Allergies

we're sitting up. In general, we
just feel awful. But there are some
things we can do to ease our suf-
fering; following are some quick
tips from the American
Association for .Respiratory' Care
that will help you deal with aller-
gies, .


Quick Tips Dealini


Provided by the American
Association for Respiratory Care
More' than 35 million
'Americans suffer from allergies.
We sneeze, sniffle, and swell up
because of the particles in the air
we breathe, aid 'If left untreated,
thesq symptoms can lead to other
problems like asthma. .
Allergy syTptoms make us
exhausted, but because we're
congested we can't sleep unless


GCCC Summer
Registration

Gulf Coast Community
College campus advising and reg-
istration for the summer 2001 is
as follows: d 8 '
Summer A Registration-
April 16 to May 4. classes'begin
on May, 7, registration fees are
due April 27.
Summer B Registration-A
April 16 to 20 and June 13 to 15.
classes 'begin June 18. registra-
tion fees due June 8.
Fall Registration: April 16 to
20. July 9 to 20. and August 15 to
17. Classes begin August 20.
Registration fees are due August

Tvondall Air Force Base regis-
tration will take place as follows:
SSummer A Registration-April
11. Classes begin May 7.
Registration fees'due on ApriU 27.
Summer B-April 11 ano d
June 6. Classes begin June 18.
Registration fees due on June 8:
Late Registration and
drop/add for both facilities is as
follows: 3
*, .Summer A-May 7 to 8: .
,Summer B-June 18 to 19;
Fall-August 20 to 23.
Please n6te dates exclude
Saturday, Sundays and holidays.
Foe 'more information, call
(850) 872-3892 for main campus
and (850) 283-4332 for Tyndall
Air Fo'rce Base Education Office.


-- nll.iigAR ir iE .:- -04's ,^'a l-
222 Florida Avenue 3BR.'2BA single lam.1, home. CH/AC
GULF VIEW. new' carpet, painted & updated Loai ol decking
w,'undernebth parking Price Reduced to $169,900.


4950 Cape San Bias Rd. Magnificent architecturally designed & commercially built 6 bedroom 6 5 bath home on pristine St
Joseph Bay This home .s hIke new, built in 1999 .1 rs immaculate[ This unique property has a wide range of possible uses, yours for
the choosing Excellent for thal Ig family looking for a quiel second home retreat, commercially,zoned for a professional office or
inn corporate business retreat, or just as your dream home" Features of.this quality built hbme include. 2 story hardiboard con-
sirucion 10' ceilings on 1st floor. Irayed ceilings on 2nd floor Bahama shutters, 2 central H/AC heat pump systems, 2 gas.fireplaces,
ceramic: I.led floors, handicapped accessible I.ghted walkway and dock on the Bayt Too many amnenites to list. Call today for a per-
sonal lour of th,. exclusive BAY FRONT property" $729,000 00 .


209 Water Dr."I CANALFRONT Single Family home on 2
lots with 146' Coaal frontage, Sea wall aod Boatol dock'I 4 bed-
rooms, 2 full bathik Ig I;v rm kitchen& dining area, separate
den/family room'7has wood burning fireplacee 2 car garage
Large back scre'ted porch overlooks lhq'CANALi Bea;utifully
landscaped yard'Privale quiel street end!!' $346.500 00.


2610 Indian Pass
Road NEWI 3BR/2BA
BEACH FRONT Home'
Spectacular ..ews form co.
,jr^Mks on boih levels on
b e ,ent Island Spacious
|R DR Kitchen combo has
' ceramic tile flooring, and
sliding doors w/greal gulf
view, A Great Buy ao
$412,000


'. 8027 Hwy. 98 -
GULF FRONT -
Executive single
family 5 Br, 3 Ba
Ai .s'..^ i home cus orr. Built
I:,' ,.n 1995 iths home
"' has approx
2400tSF Ceramic
tle Iloorng in ma.n
living level w/deco
rotor periodic illei in kitchen w custom wood cobineis Panoramic
Gulf v.ew from covered decks on both leelsil Separate CH-,' sys-
lems lor all 3 levels of house. Completely furnished Very n.cely)
decorated' On 60.12' Gulf front lot! Must see this one"
$550,000 00.:


220 Florida Avenue 2BR.'2BA home wilh large rooms and a
nice large lot wilh.n easy talking distance to dedicated beach -it
has a screened porch plus a paa.o for enjoying the outdoors it alto
has large kitchen wth lois of cabnet s and a separate laundry
room 5159,900. '


40 Hwy. 98. Charming tradir.onal Southern Beach .ortage local-
ed on h.gh bluff at Mex.co Beach across from the DEDICATED BEACH
area w.lh Panoramic Unobslructed Gulf V.ewl This 3 bedroom, 2
bath home has lots of character and ,s completely furn.shed and
ready for occupancy Large Front Flor-da room has Fonlaotc Gulf
VievI Th,s it a MUST SEEi $325 000


e-r. _.: -
409 LaSiesta Drive PRE CONSTRUCTION SALEi"i Custom designed
2 slory, 3BR. 2 basmingle FamIy home soon.lo be under construction
1 806xSF healed ,.d cooled Ir.ig area, with vinyl siding exterior
and metal roof Laree hiv.ng room kitchen and dining combo.has eat-
ing bar and frencf doors that lead to back.co&'red porch 2 car con-
crete parking paf wwallkwy to Iont entrance. landscaped lot
w/underground sprinkler system $121,000 00 PRE-CONSTRUC
TION $115.900 60"


Prudential

Resort Realty
St. Joseph Bay Office
1520 C.R. C-30,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
850-227-1100
877-808-1630


~arrobelle Office


(arrabelle Off-ce
(850) 697-9500 (800) 809-0259
St. George Island
850 927-2666 800-974-2666 ,
Apalachicola
S850-6532555 888-419-2555
S CapeSan Bias
344 Cape San Bias Rd.
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
850-227-2000
non-o nn- "ddf


111 -D Water ur.W. Mexico Beach. 2 bedroom z oatn town-
home in excel .:6nd 'with a boar dock on 25 of deeded access on
the canal It hai oiiv rm kitchen combo & a Ig glaised/screened
Fla rm cf ithe l;l.nrir The 2 bedrooms are located on the second
le el Theie .: a b.r,u4 rm through the master bdrm ,that could be
used as a ex bedroom or sening room 2'car garage W.u. 3uo garage
door opener The ,ard .~ beautifully landscaped ^ 'an .n-ground
sprinliler Co.ered boat lih Oner occupied and re.'er on the rental
program $229000'


on A-.J0- --a"

l U 4t 45 First Street 4 bedroom 2 5 ba th Cedar ,home on 99x260 _--
l,-oa',t lain close to the Beach'Thi home has o be ee.r i n& prv ,
@ S il1, .Af I'^ c-aied Custom built b* ,oe I 8 ,
B H ... 98 2 ..... -" _. ,_f .--iW V [].. _knot1.= ttyr m, h 'nets r.atble 105 N. 13th Street. QuOo.ni cozy affordable beach retr'i This 2
1302 B -Hwy. 98. Nice 2Br. 5 Bath townhome w,th Uulf ew ,ubs IlM hJ a nhrooms and a beautiful mirrored ,ib Br og ,,h ho lh a la CTh no-
and easy Beach access Living room, dining and kitchen combo enclosure n mveasr bah t also has a 36x24 garage -orlihop vih o ied
w/sliding doors that lead to back private patio area. Extra large carpr, Prced ,o Se a, $1l 00 uO The adjonng lot, 19 i1 e ec^ nt Jl Wmrl, roVauted
back yard with additional parking and storage area. Appliances can be pu ,hased wah the house for .15 c000 each woo UYI~~ rams ge a .er,, ar effect Don r letl 1--s
' include refrigerator, range, dishwasher, washer and 'dryer. o B 1.
$4.1 ,Q9,0.00- Reduced to $145,000. .: -


248 Willow St. ONE OF A KIND; 3 Br, 2 bath single family Brick
home on 2 lots in second block a Si Joe Beach. This homehas 1 B64 SF
heated/cooled living space w/2 car covered carport with paved circle dri-
veway and parking pad. Stone wood burning fireplace in' family rm.
w/vculted ceiling. Kitchen w/center island cook top. Split Br floor plan.
-'Much morel $150,000..
TBA Willow St. 75' x approx. 21 3' lot in second block from the'
Beach $45,000..
402 La Siesta Drive PRE-CONSTRUCTION SALE!! Custom Designed
3BR/2BA, single family home under construction. 1108+SF heated and
cooled living area, with vinyl sidirig & metal'roof. This great design
provides a covered porch around entire 'home. Landscaped lot
w/underground sprinkler system. $115,000-PRE-CONSTRUCTION
CONTRACT $109,900.
i bhea


211 Carolina Ave. 2 Br 2 Ba S.ngle Fam.ly Br.&, home on 2
corner lois beouhfully landscaped only 2 blocks from ihe Beachi
Front screened porch two car, carport has work/storage room. This
comfortable well maintained home is priced to sell at $160,000.00.

248 DeSoto St. One of a kind single family home in 2nd block
of St. Joe Beach.-Home is neat and clean inside and out. Has
been completely remodeled and repainted. Has large 12' X 17'
living room. 4 BR w/lg dced Ijep closets, 2 BA, a separate
laundry room and a largg ^ ack porch. There is also a'
separate workshop (16' x' 24', 2 rooms). Priced at $137,500.
Reduced $129,000. Also the lot adjoining is available for pur-
chase at $36,500. Owner open to offers.


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GULF FRONT LOTS Enjoy Spectacular Sunsets &
Gulf fireezes Hwy. 98 Beacon Hill
75' Gulf Front lot! $375,000.
79.55' Gulf front lot! $397,750

LOTS of LOTS

Call us for a complete listing
of Lots and Land In our Area!


Scenic Hwy. C-30 Beach View. The "Jones' Home," a
spacious and comfortable 3BR/2.5BA home with a gas fire-

place, pine wood custom :kitchen cabinets, screened porch,
'plentiful storage space, workshop and garden area with potting
bench. $299,000. MLS #8024.

SELECT HOMESITES
C-30. Lot 39, Indian Lagoon, approx. 100' frontage x 400'. $60,000.
MLS#8027.' ,
C-30, Lot 1, Green Hill, approx. 77',frontage x 248'. $65,000.
MLS#8657.
Cape San Bias, Lot 27, San Bias Plantation, approx. 120' frontage x
106'. $39,000. MLS#6376.
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adverse conditions, try to do so
only in the early morning or
late .evening. Dunng' midday
pollen and spores are at their
highest, so consider wearing a
paper mask-especially if you
wi ll be doing yard work.'
* Avoid common irritants like
smoke, dust. smog. fumes,
aerosol sprays, cold air, and
excessive humidity. ,
Keep your resistance to aller-
Sgens high by eating properly
and getting ample rest.
Help your doctor find the aller-
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record Of ;the activities and
events that accompany' your
allergic symptoms.
Keep a current list of the med-
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' Learn' how each drug works
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PAGE 6B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2001






SOURCES SOUGHT: The Air Armament Center at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, intends to out
grant access to5 one lighthouse and two keepers' quarters at the Cape San Bias Lighthouse
Station in Gulf County, Florida, for the purpose of restoring and preserving these historic struc-
tures. The primary objective is to lease one or all three structures to an entity that demonstrates
the financial and technical ability to rehabilitate, maintain and preserve these structures. To
request a Sources Sought announcement please contact Katherine B. Hodges, Contracting
Officer, Air Armament Center, AAC/PKOI, 205 West D Ave, Suite 541, Eglin Air Force Base, FL
32542-6864. Phone (850)882-5040, ext. 5300, E-mail: HodgesKatie@eglin.af.mil. -,


UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA'
PANAMA CITY DIVISION
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Plaintiff.
vs. 5:Ov2S5/SPM
DELORES M. McGEE and
THOMAS FINANCIAL SERVICES. INC..
Defendants.

ORDER FOR SERVICE OF
PROCESS BY PUBLICATION
The IUnited States of America. having filed its
Motion pursuant to Title 28. United States Code
Section 1655. seeking an Order for Service of
Process by Publication as to defendant DELORES MNI
McGEE In an acuon to foreclose the lien of a mort-
gage on real property located within the District and
within Gulf County Florida. to vIt
Lot 24. Block 1.018. "Revised" Millview
Addition. Unit 2. City of Port St Joe.
Florida. aecordlog to the plat thereof as
recorded in.Plat Book 1. page 47. of tile
public records of Gulf County. Florida
And it appearing to the Cdurt that the where-
abouts of said defendant Is unknown and that said
defendant has not voluntarily appeared herein, and
the Court being advised In the premises. It Is
ORDERED that defendant DELORES M.
McGEE appesi and file a respdnsive pleading to the
complaint for foreclosure of a lien on the aboae
described real prdpei'ty with the Clerk. Untied States
District Court. tU.S Courthouse. Sutlle 307. 401 SE
First Asenue Gainesville. FL 32601-6605. on or
before the 26 da of April. 2001. and In default
thereof the Court i111 proceed to a hearing and adju
' dicauon of this auit the sane as If said defendant
had been personally served This order is to be
published in a newspaper of general circulation in
Gulf County Florida once each s.eek for six (6) con-
secuuve weeks. corainencing no later than two
weeks after the date hereof
DONE and ORDERED this 22nd day of
February. 2001
/s/ St-ephen P.'MIckie
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
6tc. March 1. 8. 15. 22 29 and April 5 2001

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids in duplicate will be received until APRIL
16. 2001 @ 2 00 PM. C ST at the Office of Gulf
Coast Electrical Cooperative 722 Hwy 22.
Weeahnchka. Florina at which time arnd place all
bid -1ui be publlchl opened and read aloud for
OFFICE ADDITION
To
GULF COAST ELECTRICAL COOPERATIVE
Wewahltchka. Florida
JOB NO.: 2001
The Contractor shall furnish all labor. materials and
equipment and shall be responsible for the entire
compleuon ofr his project
Flans. peclficauions and contract documents may
be inspected at the office of the Architect. 130 Hw3
22. Wewahilchka. Florind. and may be procured by
General Contractors. upon a deposit of Sl600 00 per
set for plans and specillcations. of which S50 00 will
be refunded to each General Contractor, who sub
nuts a bid and returns all documents in good condl-
Lion wunin 10 days after the date of opening of bids
Casnier's cneck. cerufled check or bid bond. for not
less than 5-' of the amount of bid. must accompany
each proposal
.Perf',rrnnce Labor and Materials bond. and
'Workmnn': Compensation Insurance will be
required of the successful bidder '.- -
Right i, reserved to reject any and all proposals and
an.e lechnicalUtie.s
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of their
ty 1301 asys after date set for opening
/s/ Roy Barnes, General Manager
Gulf Coast Electrical Cooperative
.Wewahltchka. Florida
Charles A. Gaskin. ARA
ARCHITECT
P. 0. Box 7
Wewahitchka. Florida
32465
3tc March 22. 29. and April 5 2001

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids in duplicate will be received until APRIL
16 2'01C -, 200 PM CST at the Office of Gulf
Coast Electrical Cooperatihe 722 Hwy 22.
Wewahutchka Florida .t which Lime and place all
bids will be publcly opened and read aloud for
OFFICE ADDITION
To
GULF COAST ELECTRICAL COOPERATIVE
Southport. Florida
JOB NO.: 2006
'The Contractor shall furnish all labor, materials and
equipment, and shall be responsible for the ensure
completionrof this project. .
Plans .specifications and contract documents may
'be inspected at the office of the Architect. 130 Hvy
22 Wes.ahtchka. Florida. and may be procured by.
General Contractors. upbn a deposit tof 100.00 per
set for plans and speculcaiuons of which S50 00 will
be refunded to each General Contractor who sub
mils a bid and returns all docunients In good condi.
Lion within 10 days after the date of opening of bids
Cashier a check cenrtifed check or bid bond for not
[ess than 5",i of the amount of bid nust accomprin,
each proposal
Performance. Labor and Materials bond. and
Workman'a Conipensation Insurance will be
required of the successful bidder.
RIght Is resened to reject any and all proposals and
waive technicalities.
No blader may vithdras. his bid for a penon of their.
t 130) days atter date set for opening
/s/ Roy Barnes. General Manager
Gaflf Coast Electrical Cooperative
Wewahltchka. Florida
Charles A. Gaskin. ARA
ARCHITECT
P. 0. Box 7
Wewahltchka. Florida
32465
S 3tc March 22. 29 and Apnril 5. 2001.

SURPLUS BOOKS
The' Gulf Countr School Board has declared books
S roi., die Highland \lev% Elementary School as no
longer needed b) district schools Interesied person.
or publicpnrivate enutUes are Inilted to submit
sealed bida for all or any of the books remaining at
the facility Bids are to be received on or before April
9. ;001 at 12 00 Noon Send bids to
culi County Scnools
ATiTN SURPLUS BOOK BID
150 Middle School Road
Port Saint Joe. FL 32456
Persons Interested In esamlnlng the books should
call 850-229 6256 The successful high bidder must
submit a check to the Gulf Countr Schools and
' reniote the books bh April 16 2001
S t 2c. March22 and 29 2001


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR GULF.
SCOUNTS. FLORIDA
CIVIL DIl.SION
CASE NO 00.453
FIRST LNION NATIONAL BANK
'. Plaintiff.
vs.
VlckilrTn Mann Bearden
And Jo.ieph N Bearden ET AL ,
Defendants

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBo GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated March 6.2001. and
entered In Case No 00-453. of the Circuit Court of
the 14TH Judicial Circuit in and for Gulf County
Florloa ,,hereinr First Union National Bank is
PlanuIT and '.ICKIL74N MANN N ..
N BEkDEN THE
TRUSTEE FOR THE P0 5r
AGREEMENT DATED AS OF JLL'N 31 1908.
SERIES 1998B: AN UNKNOWN PERSON(SI
SIN POSSESSION OF THE SljBJECLT PROPERTi. are
defendants I will sell io the highest and best bidder
for cash at the FRONT LOBBY OF COURTHOUSE of
the Gulf Count Coarthouse. in Port St Joe


Florida. at II 00 A.M EST on the 6 da1 of April.
2001. the following described property as set orth In
said Final Judgment. to wit"
SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT "A'
DATED this 13 oa5 of March. 2001
Douglas C Birmingham
As Clerk of said Court
B.I /s/.' Tona Knox
As Depurn Clerk
Submitted by
LAW OFFICE OF MARSHALL C WATSON. PA
Atorneis for Plainmutff
1800 NV 49"- STREET. SUITE 120
Fort Lauderdale. FL 33309
Telephone 19541 453-0365
Facsimile (954) 771-6052
EXHIBIT "A"
Beginning or the Northeast corner of rthe Southeast
Quarter (SE 1/4.1 of the Southeast Quarter (SE
1/41 of Secnon 12. Towinship 5 South. Range 10
Rest. runiihing tifteici South along the East iine qof
said Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
of said Secnon 12 a distance qf 77 feet to a point
thence run ,Westr a distance or 306 feet to a point
on the East right-of-way line of State Road
Number 71. run thence North in a Nonhwesterly
direction along said East right of.way line of sold
State Road Number 71 a distance of 80 feer to a
point oj intersection uith the South line of the
Northeast Quarter of the S)utherst Quarter of saild
Secrton 12" thence run East along the North line of
the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of
sod Section 12 a distance of 335.5 feet to the
POB
2tc. March 22 and 29. 2001I

INVITATION FOR BID ADVERTISEMENT
Tne Mexlco Beach Anifical. Reel" Assoclauor,
(MBARA w11ll contract for the transportatUon and
deployment of approximately 600 Ions of precast
concrete conscrucuon components In several loca-
uons In the Gulf of Mexico during the period
5. 01 .!01 to 6.'13,'CI The materials to be deployed
are for the conslrucLUon of amruilcial reef structure for
public use using funds prodded by the Federal Aid
In Sport Fishing Restoration Program as adminis-
tered by the Flonrda Fish and Wildlife Conserv'aUon
Commission. Interested Contractors may obtain a
Invi'auon for Bid package which contains specifica.


tions; and performance requireamentm lor the
contract b% coniacung Reef E'eelopiient nmiar aerI
P 0 Bo\ 13006 Mexico Beach Florida 32410 or
e-mail 'niissniargtconi net' The oue date lor,
receipt o'f C ntrao tor bids I *l .'0i6 i
2tc. March 22 and 29 2001

NOTICE OF REGULAR MUNICIPAL ELECTION '
Notice Is hereby given that the City c.f Port St Joe S,
priniar, election will be held Tuemda) Mal Ma y 'i
in the Fire Statlcn Polls open at 7 00 A t.l EDT.
and cla'e at 700 PrI EDT
Registrauon Books are open at the CIT ice of Liria.
GrilTnr, Gulf Count% Superslzor of Electiorn s nr,
will remain open through April 9 -,'1 0
Candidate Qualifying Period begins ,ipril II 21i0 -
at 1200 noon and ends April 19 200C'1 ar 12CI;
noon Ior persons wihing to file as canaidat ; Ior ihe'
followintrg offices.
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER
COMMISSIONER. GROUP I
COMMISSIONER. GROUP 11
Filing forms are available in the Supenisor ofi
Elections. OTice. Gull Coupr't Courthouse |
Absentee Ballots ma,3 be requested following the]
Candidate QualifcaUlon Deadline IApril 18 2001).'
Completed Absentee Ballots nust b.1 ree-'ed in thI
Supeisor of Electionr, Office by 7 0 PM ET1 I
the day of elecuon
HE'C!TY OF PORT ST.'JOE
is/ Pauline Pendanrls
City Auditor .Clerk -i
,'pwp, ... -
2tc Marh 22 and 2-'. 2001I


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0001-22
The Guli' County Board .0. Count. Commi-iloners.
will receive bids fr6m an, person. company or cor-i
poratilon Interested In'.provldfng the following
goods.'sertice. ._ ,i1
One (1) 2000 or Newer Two-Ton
Truck, Cab'-.Chassis
Bid price to Include delivery, and the delivery date,
must be specified. Llquidate damages of ,25.00 per
da) wll be assessed lor each daY' goods remains
undelivered. ,


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CAPE SAN BLAS OFFICE

4693 Cape San Bias Road,

Cape San Bias, FL 32456

850-22.--777

800-654-8689


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Business: Wornderful Opportunity to.own a successful
business in beautiful Beacon Hill. Recently refurbished
with new appliances, $650,000, Reduced $595,000.
MLS#5002. Contact Cathy Kitchens.


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Beach Front Property, Two lots 90' beach frontage x
205 deep'. INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY, ZONED
TOURIST COMMERCIAL. Permitted use- shops,
restaurant, b&b inn Residential usage is permissible
for townhomes. Current usage. Surfside Inn with 11
units. $1,244,595. MLS#8096. Contact Joan
Smithwick


New Listing: 2221 C-30 Building is currently
being used as a Real Estate office and Gift Shop.
Can be used as commercial or residential. Beautiful
location $375,000. MLS#6946. Contact John
Delorme.


Specifications may be obtained from the Clerk's
Office. Gulf Countr Courthouse. 1000 Cecil G
Costin Sr Blvd Roomrn 148, Port St. Joe. FL 32456
-(850) 229-6113.
Questions should be directed to Gulf County Solid
Waste Director Joe Danford at (850) 227-3696.
Please Indicate on the en elope that this Is a
SEALED BID and Include the BID NUMBER.
"Bids will be received until Monday. April 9,
2001 at 5:00 p.m., E.D.T. at the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000 Cecil G. Costin,
Sr. Blvd., Room 148, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all:
,bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
B\ a Nathan Peters Jr Chairman
Attest s' Douelaa C Birmingham. Clerk
cN March 22 3nd 29. 2001

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED.BIDS
BID NO. 0001-23
rne Gulf Cc.unt, Board of Count, Commissiones
.imll recene bid- fIromn any person. company> or cor.
poratuor, ninrarrted In providing the following .
Financing Two-Ton Truck Cab-Chassis
S30.000.00-S40.000.00 Annual Payments
Option I: 3 Years
Option 2: 5 Years
Flease specify, eSUiTa'ed delner., oate of funds. after
noltificL 5ion of bid award
Flease indicate on the envelope that this is a
SEALED BID snoI include the BID NUMBER
Bids will be -eceived until Monday. April 9.
2001 at 5:00 p.m.. E.D.T. at the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court. 1000 Cecil G. Coslin.
Sr. Blvd.. Room 148. Port St. Joe. FL 32456.
The Board resenes the right to reject any and all
bids
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
BE' ..'s.' Nathan Peters Jr Chairman
Attest ;,' Dugla C Birmingham. Clerk
2 t, March 22 ana 29. 2001

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0001-24
Thne Gull Cuunti Board of Counrt Commissioners
il]l receive bids from an% person. company or caor.
portion interested in providing the following
e.',ds, senices
One (1) Ford F-550 Super Duty Mini
Pumper Fire Trnck. or equivalent
,Bia price to Include dellery and the delnery date
I fr t be specified Liquidlted damages bf 825.00 per
%.ddaI tlll be assessed .for each da) goods'Aremain
.undelivered ._ I
Specifications may ,.btU.blned from the Clerk's
Office. Gulf County Qonrhouse.1000 Cecil G
Co5un Sr Blvd Roomrri148 Port St Joe. F1E 32456
1;501 229 6 113 1' ..
Queasuons should be'dlre..ed to Bobby Pli"r at I (50 '
r,47.3949 -r. l "," '
Please Indicate on ,the envelope l at'tthis is a
SEALED BID and Indludithe BID NUMBER.
'Bids will be received unlil Monday, April 9.'
,2001 at 5:00 p m., E.D.T. at the.Office of the
'Clerk of Circuit Court., 1000 Cecil G.,Costin,
*Sr. Blvd., Room 148.Port St. Joe. FL.32456.
The Board re.-er-es tJe right ro reject ari~ and all
bids '


BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
.GULF; COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Nathan Peters, Jr.., Chairman
Attest: /s/'Dougla6'C. Birmingham, Clerk,
2tc. March 22 and 29, 2001.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0001-25
The Gulf Count Board or County Commissioners
will receive bids from any person, company or cor-
poradon Interested In providing the following
Financing Fire Truck
(Beaches Fire Department)
S 100.000.0-S 120.000.00
5 Years Annual Payments
(Delivery of Truck may take
up to 180 days)
Please specify estimated delner) dale of funds, after
noUflcaUon of bid award
Please indicate on the envelope Lhat this Is a
SEALED BID and include the BID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Monday, April 9.
2001 at 5:00 p.m.. E.D.T. at the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000 CecilG. Costin,
Sr. Blvd., Room 148. Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject arn and all
bids- ;
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
B s.,' Nathsn Peters. Jr.. Chairman
Attest 's. Douglas C Birmingham. Clerk
2rc. Marcn 22 and 29. 2101

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0001-26
The Gulf County Board of County Commlsiioners
'ill recene bids from any person. companM or car.
portion interested in pro idlng the following
Financing Fire Truck
(South Gulf County Fire Department)
S88,350.00 Annual Payments
Option 1: 7 Years
Option 2: 10 Years
Please specify esumated delivery date of funds. after
noUtificaon of bid auard.
Please nmalc te on the envelope that this is a
SEALED BID and Include the BID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Monday. April 9,
2001 at 5:00 p.m., E.D.T. at the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court. 1000 Cecil G. Costin.
Sr. Blvd.. Room 148. Port St. Joe. FL 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject an\ and all
bids
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
B9: /s/ Nathan Peters. Jr.. Chairman
Attest /s, Douglas C. Birmilngham. Clerk
2ec. March 22 ana 29. 2001.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. .0001:27 -
The Gull County Board of County Corffmissloner.s
will receive bids from any person, compin5 or cor-
potation interested In providing the following
Financing Pickup Truck
S. .. '..(Gulf County E.M.S.)
S20.0)0.00-S30.000.00 Annual Payments
., .Option 1: 3 Years -.
Option 2: 5 Years .
Please specify esumated.delle cry daie'of fund., after


Open 9 to 5, 7-Days A Week


ST. JOE BEACH OFFICE

6260 highway 98

St. J.b B eh'; FL 32456

80-647F-3333

800-.411-3717


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4100 Hwy .98, Mexico Beach: Excellent commercial
location"ready for development, boat slips not includ-'
. ed. Also ,excellent location fl'rownhomes next to ..
marinal 1340,000. MLS#5966. Contact Marlene
Harris, ,


Estate House On B
.with 4.bedrooms &


notification of bid award.
Please Indicate on the en.elpe Lhat this is a
SEALED BID and Include the BID NUMBER .
Bids will be received until Monday. April 9,
2001 at 5:00 p.m.. E.D.T. at the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court. 1000 Cecil G. Costin,
Sr. Blvd.. Room 148. Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
The Board resenres the right to reject any and all
bids. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s./ Nathan Peters. Jr. Chairman
Attest: /s/ Douglas C Birmingham. Clerk
2tc, March 22 and 29. 2001

: NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
SBID NO. 0001.28
The Gulf Countr, Board of County Commissioners
wil receive bids from any person, company or cor-
porailon Interested in prodding the following
goods/service. .
One (1) New Fire Truck
Bid price to include delivery, and ihe delier dale
must be specified Llquidaled damages of S2& 00 per '
da, willI be a sesed for each day goods remain
undelivered
Specifications ma', be obtained from the Clerk's
OTic:e. Gulf County C-urthouse. 100Fj Cecil G
Cosain. Sr BlId Room 14. Port Si Joe FL32456
(8501 229-6113
Quesuons should be directed to Michael Hammond
at 1850) 229&-944
Please Indicate on the envelope that this is a
SEALED BID and include the BID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Monday. April 9,
2001 at 5:00 p.m.. E.D T. at the QOfice of the
Clerk of Circuit Court. 1000 Cecil G. Costin,.
Sr. Blvd.. Room 148. Port St. Joe. FL 32456..
The Board resenes the right to reject an\, and all
bids BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
B.,- Nthan Peters Jr Chairman
Attest, s Douglas C Birmlrgham. Clerk
2tc. March 22 and 29 2001

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0001-28
The Gulf Count) Board of Courr. Ccmmissi.oneri
,till recene bid. from an.,' per-sor compsan or car-
porauon interested in providing the fI'.llo ing
goods sen I.:e
One (1) New Fire Truck
Bid price to include dealer' and the delivery date
must be specified Liquidate d images of S25 00 per
dc, a ll be assessed for each da., egods remain
undelihered '
Specillcations may be obtained from the Clerk's
Office. Gulf County Courthouse. 1000 CecilIG'
Cc.sln. Sr. Bhd Room 146 Port St Joe FL 32456'
S(850) 2296113
QuestLons should be directed to Michael Hammond
at (8501 229 o944
Please Indicate c-n .he enmelcpe that this is a.
SEALED BID and Include the BID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Monday, April 9.
2001 at 5:00 p.m., E.D.T. at the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000 Cecil G! Coslin..
Sr. Blvd.. Room 148. Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
The Board resenes the right ta rejet an% nd all
bids BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
B) 's. Nathan Peters Jr Chairman
Attest ,'s/ Douglas C Birmingnarni Clerk
2ic. March 22 and 29. 2001


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MEXICO BEACH OFFICE

1200 U.S. Highway 98

Meico6 Beach, FL 32410'

I 850,648-2020

800-458-7478


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IrAL I REALTOR ASSOCIATES:

CAPE SAN BIAS:

S"' Margaret Fletcher, Jeff Fletcher,
S Paulette Cleare, Mike Harris, Patrick Farrell
4 ST. JOE BEACH

Cathy Kitchens,

Margaret Presswood, Rusty Barfield
iMEXICO BEACH
Joan Smithwick, Jamie Crum,

Marlene Harris, Pat Johnson


DEN IA L laytln Deucn access; views or me uuir maKe mis
4 bdrm, 2 ba.-home very appealing. This home is
located on d 56'x'200' lotnext to' d"2000 acre
wildlife preserve. Lg. wid6ows and open living area
allow you to enjoy the view of the Gulf & the fireplace
from the'kitchen, din. & liv. rooms. The decks from the'
S.... living area;& the master bdrm. offer views of the Gulf
S as well. The home is built for comfort .including a
jacuzzi,.tub in the master bath. Park your boat out of
"" the weather and your feet in the sand..S259,900.
MLS#6571. Margaret or Jeff Fletcher.



ay. Beat iful bay front home '. i- "
bath. prQ-Jssionol kitchen, two": ,


bars, fireplace and more. .'*,e master suite has'
shower, garden tub, and walki-in closet Lower lev--
el has an apartment Furnsbed excluding some
pictures, china, art and personal items Bay
appointment only to qualified buyers Listing
agent, Paulette Cleare, mub' be present at all
showings. $950,000, MLS#811 I


New Listing: 1100 15th Stre;t, Mexico Beach 4
bedroom, 1 5 bath Approx"2000 Many possibil-
,ties! Can be home,;office." workshop, studio, or
large storage area. Perfect for handy man, hobbi-
est or large family, 5130,000-MLS#8561. Contact
Margaret Presswood. s


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Summer Place #3, 38th Street, Mexico Beach Buy
this townhome for Investment or your own beach
retreat Just short steps to the beach. Furnished so
that you can just move right in Close to the Mexico
Beach Pier. Watch the beautiful sunsets or catch fish
right at your back door. Call Joan for an appoint-
ment soon $139,900. MLS#8760.


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9159 Auger Ave., Beacon Hill Newly decorated
Mobile Home on shaded high lot. 2 bedroom, 2
bath. This home-is just a short walk to the beach.
$90,000. MLS#8842. Contact Joan Smithwick.


Bay Front This lovely home sets on 2.43 acres
MOL of property zoned mixed commercial. Cypress
walls accent the nautical look with built in aquarium
and brass hand rail on stairs leading to master bed-
room. 3 ponds, and above ground pool, $399,900.
MLS#5595. Contact Paulette Cleare.


LOTS LOTS* LOTS I


Gulf Front: Beautful lot located in St. Joseph Shores
164.04 frontage Highway 98 and 168.20 on the gulf
Don't pass up the chance to own gulf front property.
$902,000. MLS#674. Contact Margaret Presswood.
Bay front: Beaut;ful sile to build your dream home on bay
(roni lot 125' by 787' This wooded lot can be subdvid
ed, one to build o one for invesmen Zoned
Residential Lighl Commercial S187,500. MLS#6538.


Shores Subdivision $128,900. MLS#8706. Contact
Margaret or Jeff Fletcher.


Gult View Don" pass up the chance to own this
Beautiful lot located in Beacon Hill. Across the
'efi fron -the beach. Beautiful vegetation, city,
water and electric. PRICED"TO SELL. $160,000.
MLS#5817. Contact Cathy Kjtchens.


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Back on the market: Clifton Place is a private subdi-
vision located in Cape'San Bias with paved drive-
way, adult pool and kiddie pool. Home Features
private entry,. Andersen windows, 9' ceilings, raise
panel natural oak finish cabinets, as well as an
ample appliance package. $689,000, MLS#4893..
Contact Jeff or Margaret Fletcher.


New Listing: Premier Gulf Front Home. High
Dunes, Very Well Protected. One of a Kind custom
built. Unbelievable view First 'class finishes and
design. Must See. $869,000. MLS#6669. Contact
Margaret Fletcher.


We have many other properties listed. Call for more information or visit us on the Internet at www.florlda-beach.com


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2001


REAL -I ESTATE REAL.ESTA TEESTA TE*SERVIC ES PBLICNOTCES UBLC NOICE


Real Estate Auctionl TWO LOTS! Real
Estate Auction, Saturday, May 5th at
1:00 p.m. One commercial lot in Port St.
Joe on Reid Avenue and one residential
lot'in Gulfaire. Call Wade at 229-9282
for more information. Wade Clark
Auctions AB1239, AU1737, Au1743.
Anchor Realty & Mortgage Co. 4tc3/29
House & Land for sale, Macon County
Georgia. Trophy Deer & Turkey, 2,300
sq. ft. brick house on 51 mol acres of
land, 12 year old planted pines, 4 acres
of pasture, work shop, 3 wells. Will con-
sider dividing, $165,000, call for more
information, 912-949-3085 or mobile
912-886-8610. 4tc3/8
For Sale by owner, 209 Allen Memorial
Way, Port St. Joe, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
stone/wood exterior, sheetrock/wood
panel, carpet/vinyl interior, fireplace,
Florida room, covered patio, boat shed,
concrete driveway, sprinkler system,
wood fenced backyard, asking
$150,000, call 850-827-2633. 4tp3/8


For Sale, Bay Front Home on
Constitution Drive, 3 bdrm/2 bath 229-
9766. tfc4/2
For Sale, 3 acres with or without small
trailer, deep well & septic tank. All 3
acres cleared, call 850-'639-2226.4tc3/22
Beautiful 7 year old home, excellent
condition. Walking distance to beach. 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, CH/A, stone fire
place, 2 1/2 car garage, privacy fence,
sewer connected. Too many amenities
to list. One of a kind. 414 Arizona Drive,
Mexico Beach, $175,000. Call 850-648-
5994. tfc4/2
Waterfront Parker/Tyndall -. Soule
Drive 2300'. Brick home, pier, dock,
seawall! $244,900-- Brenda Lynn, Exit
Realty Advantage, 850-432-9049. 4tc3/15
For Sale in Overstreet, Firehouse Road,
3 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath, fixer upper, 4
acres with sheds, wells, chajn link
enclosure. Call 850-229-8474 after 5:00
pm. tfe4/2


House for sale: 176 Charles Street,
White City, stone/stucco, exterior,
3Br/2Ba, den w/FP, liv. room, kitchen,
1 car garage, fenced back yard, $73,000
(850) 827-6722. tfc4/2
Palm Ridge Sub., St. Joe Beach, Lot 5 &
6, call 227-2049 or 227-7424 to leave
msg. tfc4/2



Dockside Cafe is now open for dinner,
Mon. Sat., 4:00 9:00 est. Come enjoy
fine dining as you watch the sunset into
beautiful St. Joe Bay. We are also open
for Breakfast Mon. Sun., 7:00 11:00
est. and lunch Mon. Sun., 11:00 3:00
est. 2tc3/29
James Hurley; Jr. Construction. New
Homes, Room Additions, Remodeling,
Decks, ree Estimates, call 566-3647,
#RB00023123. 4tp3/8


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For Sale, Delicious, homemade scratch
cakes made on order. Decorated cakes,
and cookies. call Nita 64N-9029. Lfc4.


To rent by owner, beach front or first
tier home with excellent Gulf Views. Jan
15, 2002 thru April 15, 2002, in Indian
Pass/Port St. Joe area. 2 bedroom, 2
bath mmin. Call 440-248-8314 or 850-
229-1354. 3tc3/15
Looking to buy used 4 wheeler in
good condition. Call 229-8122 before
5:00 P.M. tfc4/2
Real Estate, would like to purchase lot
or home with owner financing, in
Mexico Beach, Port tSt. Joe, or sur-
rounding area call 706-321-8292.2otei2/7
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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.
827-2550 ask for Dusty

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

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

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

ONEAL SANDERS
APPLIANCE SERVICE
SALES & REPAIR
Repair all major brands
Home # 647-51,13
Work # 227-5112


* Residential *Custom Wood
* Commercial *Industrial
A-&R Fence
Feacing and Concrete WrItrk
Albert Fleischmann FREE Estimates
EIN/593115646 (85o), 647-4047

Corbell

Construction Co.
Licensed and Insured
RR 0067591
All Residential Construction
Sn'ecialiTizm in


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850-648
850-227


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1-9440
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Jeff Powell, Owner
Fax 648 7S52


Attention to- oetai/
Michael Wood Residential Contractor 227-6883.
Fine carpentry & architectural details
repairs remodels decks new construction
Insured License #RR0067190



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


WEWA SIDING & ALUMINUM

PREMIUM VINYL SIDING

CARPORTS & PATIO COVERS
VINYL WINDOWS SEAMLESS GUTTERS
FLORIDA ROOMS & SCREEN ROOMS
MOBILE HOME ROOFOVERS
ALUMINUM HANDRAILS
HURRICANE STORM PANELS & SHUTTERS

227-5986 OR 639-2942 ANYTIME RR0067101


C. J.'s lawn*
Service
FULL LAWN SERVICE
I will work for yau.
Clyde Sanford 7.,
(850) 648-8492


S .'GARRY L. GADDIS
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION & REPAIR
EXTENDED WARRANTY FREE ESTIMATES REPAIRS ON ALL BRANDS,* INSTANT FINANCING
6485474 SERVICE AGREEMENTS CENSE ER ,
648-5474 FFL.LICENSE ER0010992, RA1154218
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Serving Port St. Joe and Surrounding Area for 20 Plus Years
1 Call Does It All For Your
Major Appliance, Air Condition & Electrical Repairs
DANIELS SERVICE CO., INC. a
S;850-229-8416
R- UO 1378 nO CO, 7623


Paul Fary
Paint CoAti acting
& Pressure Washing
Residential Commercial


Licensed
& Insured
Quality Work Guaranteed


Interior Z6 Exterior
Free Estimates
(850) 648-2335


Coastal Service
COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL HEATING & COOLING
ICE MACHINES
Dealer for Frigidaire FRIGIDAIRE
Heating and Cooling Systems A Whale lew Brandi I CRmlart.
6 Years Parts and Labor Warranty

229-6058 or 227-5373


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10 Year Parts & Lc
GERALD BYRD, Ow


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SERVICE & INSTALLATION
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
SER\'CE FOR ALL BRANDS
SERVICE AGREEMENTS,
MOBILE & MODULAR HOMES
,b.FI Arcoairew


ner/Operator


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Also for removal of
li la A leaves and straw from
y roof and gutter, call
-i aRodney Hall Roofing,
S- 25 Years Experence- Inc.

2026 Marvin Avenue Phone(8350)
Port St. Joe, FL 32456 229-6859
License #RC0067081 ;B9 685O 9

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

C. R. SMITH & SON, INC.
Excavating Land Clearing Fill Dirt Port-0-
Let
Rentals Crushed qyster Shells *.j room
Compost and Sand
complete Septic Service!


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
SFLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS
BANK OF PORT ST. JOE,
Plaintiff.
vs. CASE NO. 001-
DANIEL BARTKOWIAK and wife.
LINDA LOU BARTKOWIAK and GULF
COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS,
Defendants. .


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NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45, FLORIDA STATUTES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to
an Amended Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
the 24th day of March, 2Q01 In Case No.'001-13 of
the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit,
In and for Gulf County, Florida, in which CITIZENS
FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK OF PORT ST. JOE Is
Plaintiff and DANIEL BARTKOWIAK and wife, LINDA
LOU BARTKOWIAK and GULF COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.. are'the Defendants, I
will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at the front
door of the Gulf County Courthouse In Port St. Joe,
Florida, at 11 :00 o'clock a.m., Eastern Standard
Time, on the 11th of April, 2001, the property
described as .follows:
Lot 9, Block 63; City of Port St. Joe as
per plat thereof on file in the office of
the Clerk of Circuit Court. Gulf
County, Florida.
DATED THIS 27th day of March. 200(1.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT


ROGER STOKES
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
647-3328
Free Eslimales RF0066770 .
PLUMBING REPAIRS

HONEY Do LIST MAINTENANCE
No Job Too "Big or Small"
Over 20 Years Experienbce
Painting, general maintenance
wood working, Irim/finish work.
850-229-6515

CUSTOM LAWN
SERVICE:
Jeff Wood e 227-1559


GULF C'OLi'Ti FL.:,RD.A
E., ; T ro. i Krr',
Depur. Clerk
i-: Pr1 ,-h r '?e 2 ana 1.ril 5. 20.I1
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0001-24
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
will receive bids from any person, company or cor-
poration interested In providing the following
goods/services:
One (1) Ford F-550 Super Duty Mini
Pumper Fire Truck, or equivalent
Bid price to include delivery, and the delivery date
must be specified. Liquidated damages of $25.00 per
day will be assessed foreach day goods remain
undelivered.
Specifications may be obtained from the Clerk's
Office, Gull i :.ur, :-, .:.-'lihous: 1'"' Cecil G.
Costin, Sr. Bl.d R.:.m N Por.:. St J.:e,. FL 32456
- (850) 229-6113.
Questions should be directed to Bobby Plair at (850)
647-3949. .. ,
Please indicate on the envelope that this Is 'a
SEALED BID and include Lhe BID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Monday. April 9,
2001 at 5:00 p.m., E.D T, at the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000 Cecil G. Costin,
Sr. Blvd., Room 148, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
The Boar3 reer.es th( neghl' t reject 3n\ rnd ll
bids. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
., Nrh-,r Ferr: Jif r,:h lrn.,an
Attest: /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham, Clerk
2tc. March 22 and 29, 001:.


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"The Art of Tile Work"
Specializing in
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Licensed& Insured .
.647-9256
335 Coronado Street, Port St. Joe, FL 32456
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SPECIALIZING IN CLEAN TOP SOIL
BULLDOZERS BACKHOES LOADERS .
TRACTORS -DUMP TRUCKS .' .
850-648-8924 Mexico Beach, FL 32410



Restoring, renovating, and maintaining .
residential and business landscapes, since 1985
229-5282 Kathleen Kelly, owner



Coastal Design & Landscape, Inc.
A"' ~ ^Your total landscape solution! ,

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

Do-lt-Yourself Professional Carpet Cleaning with
RINSE-N-VAC
Great for Cleaning All Carpet, Upholstery, and Auto and
Recreational Vehicle Interiors.
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STEAM CLEANING STEAM CLEANING

STUCCO by DeGraff
STim DeGraff, Owner

Interior & Exterior Plastering
SSmooth & Textured Finishes
Simulated Brick & Stone
Over 50 color finishes to choose
from. Plus many architectural designs
available
office: (850) 229-8588
Mobile: (850) 227-5424

QUALITY STUCCO WORK


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ROOFING
LICENSED .&INSURED
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Port St. J&e Call

22916326


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REPAIR AND REMODELING
(850) 229-6460
Phil Collier Residential Contractor
Licensed and Insured Lic #RR-0067199


v'I Pluirnbli Gl,:C & SuLppl Inc.
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS REMODELING
PLUMBING SUPPLIES GLASS, MIRRORS & SHOWER DOORS
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520 E. First St., Port St. Joe, FL
850-229-6821 or 227-3885

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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. MARCH 29. 2001


AUCTION FOR RE NT *OR RNHE ANTE D LSSNS AAICJ ^;IJHS.


LOTS OF FURNITURE
18' Boatl40 hp outboard with trailer.
See beside Video Merchant. No Reserve
AUCTION every Fri. 7 p.m. ET in
ANTIQUE MALL at Old Port Theatre.
Open Tues-Sat.
Consignments Welcomel
WADE CLARK AUCTIONS
314 Reid Avenue, PSJ, 229-9282
AB1239, AU1737, AU1743
10% Buyer's Prem.
Real Estate, Estates & Liquidations
Anchor Realty & Mortgage Co.
Real Estate Auction! TWO LOTS! Real
Estate Auction, Saturday, May 5th at
1:00 p.m. One commercial lot in Port St.
Joe on Reid Avenue and one residential
lot in Gulfaire. Call Wade at 229-9282
for more information. Wade Clark
Auctions AB1239, AU1737, Aul743.
Anchor Realty & Mortgage Co.4tc3/29




1990 Ford Tempo GL, nice 'car, great
mileage, $950., call 227-7415.2tp3/22
1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass, blue, 4 door,
power windows & locks, 69,000 miles,
$4,500 OBO, call 827-6801,. 4tp3/8
1997 Z-71, 4X4, extended cab truck,
power windows & power locks. cruise.
tilt, 83,000 miles, $16,900, call 229-
6961. 5tc3/8
1997 Plymouth Breeze, excellent condi-
tion, A/C, cruise, $6,000 OBO, call
227-9292 or 229-2404. tfc4/2
1988 Crown Victoria LTD, low mileage
on motor and transmission. Have to see
to appreciate, nice and clean, $2,995,
call 647-5361. tfc4/2
1985 Ford Van, as is, best offer for more
information, call 229-2619 after 5:pm.
tfc3/1




For Sale, 15ft aluminum boat, 30 hp
outboard motor, marine vhf radio, fish
finder, auto bilge pump, trolling motor.
Call 227-1512 or see at 2012
Monument Ave. 2tp3/29
1999 17' River Craft with 100 hp
Suzuki. Great for bay or near shore
fishing. Call 227-1296. tfc4/2

KAYAKSI Unsinkable. self-balling, sta-
ble. safe and FUNI 314 Reid Avenue (at
the Port Theatre). Several to choose
from! Open Tues.-Sat. 229-9282 ifc4/2




Sitter needed for after school Tuesday--
Friday and some Saturdays. Please
leave message if no answer 647-2762..
Itp3/29




2 bedroom, I bath small but sweet
apartment, 517 & 1/2 4th Street, Top
floor, Port St. Joe. $250, deposit and
$290 a month rent. Please .call
Prudential Resort Realty @ 227-2000.
2tc3/29

For Rent, 850 sq. ft. warehouse with
office & rest room, $250 monthly. Gulf
South Self Storage 229-6200. tfc4/2
2 bedroom, 2 bath, living room, kitchen,
den, .bay, gulf, ,view Cape San
Bias/beach access. 6 months to year
lease required. Steep stairwell, not suit-
able for toddlers or frail adults. No Pets.
Lightly furnished, $585 per month. Call
648-5190. tfc4/2

2 bedroom duplex for rent, long term,
Beacon Hill, lease, security deposit, ref-
erences. 850-647-2847, 715-794-2518,
cell 715-492-3277. 2tp3/29

Affordable 2 bedroom, duplex. 2 blocks
from beach. Beacon Hill. weekly,
monthly rates, call 850-647-2847, 715-
7942518, cell 715-492-3277. tfc4/2
Long Term Rentals
Seeking property owners for long term
rentals. Call Larry @ Arline Realty, 647-
2628. tfc4/2




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

/ GULF SHORE STORAGE





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


Apart./Homes for Rent: 1 3 BR
apart/duplexes/homes for rent in Mex.
Bch. Fum.& unfurnished. Call Parker
Realty at 850-648-5777 for more info.
tfc4/2
2 bedroom, 1 bath furnished house in
Port St. Joe. With many 'extras,
screened in back porch, fenced back
yard, garage. $750 a month, $500 secu-
rity deposit. Call 850-229-9482 after
5:00. 4tc3/29
BEACON HILL Stilt home 2 bedroom,
screened balcony, short walk to beach,
$650 month + security; ST. JOE
BEACH Trailer 3 bedroom, 2 bath with
large workshop and carport near beach,
$500 month ;+ security. Realty Check
Real Estate Service 522-9522. 2tc3/29
2 bedroom. 1 bath mobile home, 164
McGlon, Wewa., nice, $300 a month,
$200 security deposit, call 639-4926.
tfc4/2
2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment recently
remodeled, $475 a month, call 850-
997-1765. 4tc3/22
Vacational Rental; 2 bedroom, 1.5
bath, furnished townhouse near St.
Joseph Bay Golf Course. $250 weekly
or $600 per month plus utilities.
Deposit required, available May-
November, call 229-6738. 3tc3/15
2 bedroom Trailer with washer, dryer,
microwave, $300 a month. 5 miles from
Overstreet Bridge, call 648-5306. tfc4/2
Mobile home lots for rent, quiet park in
Mexico Beach, call 648-5476. tfc3/8
For Lease; Warehouse/Garage on
Williams Ave, 2550 sq. ft., 2 service
bays, 2nd story loft, 227-1429. tfc4/2
Trailers for rent, 1 block off of beach on
Desoto Street, call 647-5106. tfc4/2
1 bedroom, I bath, small newly deco-
rated furnished home in Mexico Beach,
1 block to beach, suitable for,2 adults,
no yard upkeep, references & security
deposit required, $385 a month. April to
December lease, call 850-648-4362.
5tc2/22
Furnished Efficiency type apartment
in Port St. Joe. All utilities furnished,
weekly, monthly rates, deposit, call
639-3600. tfc4/2
A 4 bedroom, 2 bath home in -Gulf Aire
Subdivision .at St. Joe Beach.
Furnishings include stove, refrigerator,
dishwasher and washer/dryer. There is'
a community swimming pool and tennis
courts. Call Gulf Coast Vacation Rentals
at 648-5449 or 1-800-582-2990. tfc4/2
2 bedroom, unfurnished apartment,
ocean view. cable furnished, 1004 Hwy
98, Mexico Beach.. 1 year lease required,
$500 a month, $500 deposit. Call before
6:00 p.m. CST 648-4922 or 648-5139.
tfc4/2
Small 2 bedroom, 1 bath cottage for
rent at St. Joe Beach, call 647-3380 for
information. Itc3/29
RV Spaces for rent, call 229-8959, leave
message. 8tp2/8
Almost new 14x70 2 bedroom, 2 bath
mobile home in quiet park $400 a
month, plus deposit, call 648-5476. tfc4/2
UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & refrig.
cen. h&a. screen porch. carport & laun-
dry rm.
* Large 2 bedroom apartment. stove &
refrig., washer/dryer hook-up.
* New extra Ig. 3 'bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm., ch&a, dish-
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
pets.
FURNISHED
*Small 2 bdrm. home, auto heat & air,
washer/dryer hook-up.
* One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hookup.
Call 229-677h7after 7 p.m. tfc4/2
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. 1BR apts.
on site Equal Opp. Housing Complex.
Call 229-6353 for more info. NOW TAK-
ING APPLICATIONS tfc4/2





MINI STORAGE
Ofc: 212 3rd Street, Port St. Joe, FL
229-6200 Office
2274343 Cell Phone
785-9777 After Hours


Mexico Beach Mini
Storage Units, 6'x12',
and 12'x12'. 648-5146,
Anchor Realty


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

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


2 & 3 BR, long-term rental units. Call
Crystal Sands Realty 648-4400. trfc4/2

IJ.1:-m1 61 .


VHF Marine base antenna with 4 sec-
tions Rohn tower. All for S175 OBO or
trade for guns, call. 639-4884. tfc3/29




Porch Sale, 119 Westcott Circle, Sa4
March 31, 8:00-1:00. Crafts, games.
Nintendo, twin headboard & frame,
misc. I tp3/29
Yard Sale, 323 & 330 Coronado Street
Sat., March 31, 8:00-12:00. Hassock1
Lamp, Toaster, Fishing Gear & Lots o
Misc. Rain Cancels. Itc3/2
Yard Sale, 420 Buddy Floore Rd
Overstreet, Sat., March 31. First come..
first serve. Itc3/24,

SGarageSale
Howard Creek'
S Fire Department
March 31, 7:00 -3:00C |T





Cleaners needed for the seasons)
weekend work. Must. have transporta-
tion, Apply, in person at Anchoif
Vacation Properties,' Cape San Blas
Office. No phone calls please. 2tc3/29'
Part-Time, Day & Evening positions.
Resident Care, call Pam at Geri-Care
850-647-2626. c. tfc4/2'
CNA full time, 11-7 & part time 3-
11. Gulf Pines Hospital. EOE. Drug
Free Workplace. Conifact Sandy Watsonr,
DON 227-1121 ext. 1-53. Itc3/29
RN 12 Hour Shift!'' full time. Gulf
Pines -Hospital. EOE. Drug FreeF
Workplace. Contact Sandy Watson DON'
227-1121 ext. 153. ltc3/29'

The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners will be accepting
applications for two part-time/tem-
porary mosquito sprayers. The salary
is $7.00 per hour/40 hours per \Week.
All applicants must meet the T'fll6bing
criteria: Valid Florida Drivers License *
High' School Graduate or Equivalent *
Must be able to lift 50 pounds.
Applications will be available at the Gulf
County Public Works., 1001 10th Street.
Port St. Joe, Florida, 850-227-1401.
Monday thru Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:00
p.m., E.T. The deadline for all applica-
tions is Friday, April 6, 2001, 4:00 p.m.,
E.T. Gulf County enforces a Drug-Free
Workplace Policy iid is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer. 2tc3/22
We want youl First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe is looking for someone tb
plan and cook Wednesday night din-
ners for the .church 'family. The post
tion will require approximately 10 hours
per week and will be compensated very
welL. For information or to submit an
application \isit the church office at
102 Third Street or call 227-1552.: -
2tc3/22

Executive Director, Gulf County
Chamber of Commerce, Salaryr
,Commensurate with experienceL
Please send resume to P.O. Box 964,'
Port St. Joe. FL 32457. No phone
calls please. tfc4/2
11 .


Toucan's Restaurant, Hwy 98 i
Mexico Beach has all positions ope ;
Apply in person. experience very help
ful. fc4/ .e




Sun & Sand Mobile Home Park
1112 N. 15TH ST.
Mexico Beach
ASK ABOUT 1ST MONTH
FREE MOVE IN RENT
648-8201


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

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

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


Housekeepers needed, must be able to
work on Holidays & Weekends.
Experience helpful. Please apply in per-
son at Best Western Motel in
Apalachicola. : 4tc3/15


Burger King is now hiring for
Apalachicola Burger King @ $7.00 an
hour. Please visit %our local Burger King
to fill out an: application.
EOE/M/F/V/D. Drug-free Workplace.
Goldeo, Inc. is an independent fran-
chise of Burger King Corporation. 3t,3/15
Anchor Vacation Properties is now
hiring full, time, reservationist. All
applicants should be ,energetic, out
going, hard working, and good commu-
nication skills. Apply in person at 4693,
Cape San Blas Road. 3tc3/15
Seeking Equipment Operators &
Truck Drivers. Applicants must have
valid FL drivers license. Apply at C.W.
Roberts Contracting, Inc., PO Box 188,
Hosford, FL 32334. 850-379-8116. .i4/2
ATTENTION ON DECK Maritime
Personnel Services, Inc., a leader in
marine job placement, is seeking
Captains, Mates, Engineers, QMED's,
AB's, OS's and Deckhands for the off-
shore oil/gas industry. Experienced &
non-experienced. Career opportunity
Benefits! Call 850-234-9900. E-mail:
CAPTschool@aol.com. 10tc3/15
Bookkeeper position open: estab-
lished company has immediate opening
for highly experienced person in all
aspects of Real Estate accounting.
Peachtree and Rental software a must.
Call Parker Realty of Mexico Beach. Inc.
at 850-648-5777 or fax resumes to 850-
648-5779. tfc4/2
Receptionist/Reservationist com-
puter experience required. some week
end duty & public relations experience
a plus. Part time position open. Fax
resumes to Parker Realty of: iMexico
Beach, Inc. at 850-648-5779. tfc4/2

Children's Case Manager, Provides
assessment, follbo-tip and coordination
of services with emotional problems.
Requires Bachelor's Degree in human
services and one year of experience with
emotionally disturbed children.
Requires use f personal vehicle and

good driving record. Salary plus S2,125
area differential. Position located in
Gulf County. Reference job code 23-2.
Call 227-1145. .. 'tfc4/2
CNA for Gulf Pines Hospital. Drug
Free'Work place. EOE. NotifU Sandy
Watson, DON at Gulf Pines Hospital,
2'27-1121.; 2tc3/22

Now hiring seasonal help for the fol-
lowing positions: Hostess, Cook. Bus
Person, Wait Staff, Dishwasher. Stop
by the Fish House Restaurant and pick
up an application. Hwy 98, Mexico
Beach. tfc4/2


ISee the Classifieds and the Trades
Services ontrne at www.starfl.com


Mandolin, Guitar, Violin, Fiddle lessons:
all ages welcome. Call 819-9000. tfc4/2




LostI 18 year old dog, med. sized black &
tan, missing some hair on back end,
has crooked tail. Missing from Cypress
Ave. area. Has been missing for about 1
week. Call 227-7404 if found. ltp3/29
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For Sale, 25' Scamper travel trailer,
excellent condition, $4,500; 2 wheel
trailer $80. May be seen at 318 Ward
Street or call 647-9812. 2tc3/29
Amana air conditioner, 18 btu. Best
offer. Call 227-7339 or 227-7230. itc3/29
8 NEW double insulated windows, 6-
32x60, 2-32x36, tilt, almond color, with
grids inside glass, $350, cost $1,936,
call 639-4884. tfc3/29
You Pick Strawberries. Sweatmore,
Ranch. Call for directions, .850-722-
4819. 8tc3/22
5 large boxes of pvc plumbing supplies,
valves, elbows, couplings, ect. All for
$125. Well worth $300, call. 639-4884.
tfc3/29
For Sale, Sofa & Love seat, Beige &
Light Blue. Good Condition, $400 OBO,
call 227-3810. 3tp3/29
For Sale, Couch &'Loveseat, sage green,
& Ivory, 1 year old, excellent condition,
stay covered, $650, call 229-6806.
3tc3/15
For Sale, "Sears" roof cargo carrier,
used one time, $115 new, first $50
takes it. call 227-9256. tfc4/2
Watkins Products, (8501 639-2026 &
www.waLkinsonline/rlchardsUlwell.
S. 10tp3/8
Used furniture for sale. Johnnie's
Trim Shop, 310 4th St., PSJ tfc4/2


Unfinished Furniture @
REEVES
Furniture & Refinishing Shoppe
234 Reid Avenue
Quality Refinishing since 1982
Call John Reeves at 229-6374


Leisure Bay Hot Tub, 4 person capacity,
Excellent Condition, $1,750 OBO, paid
$3,000, call 229-6639 or 229-6854 ask
for Pam. tfc4/2
For Sale, Kenmore Demand Water,
Softener. Owner, now hooked up to
County water meter. New sales at Sears
for $699, excellent condition. Make
offer, call 227-3762. 2tc3/22
Free "Non-Denominational" Eight
Lesson Bible Correspondence Course.
Learn how to become a Christian & no-
thing else Send your name & address
to: Bible Study, PO Box 929, Wewa-
hitchka, FL 32465 or E-mail your
request to Wewachurch@aol.com tfc4/2
Prom dress, size 2, red, form fitting,
key-hole back, sequined bodice &
straps. Call 229-6807 after 7:00. tfc3/22




I have 5 new Zone 3 homes sold at cost
+ setup and airl Call for info at 1-850-
763-7780. Itc3/29
16x80 3 and 2 1998 Redman Zone 3
$19,900, call 1-850-763-7780. ltc3/29
12x56 trailer, good for hunting camp or
construction work trailer, $1,000, you
move it. Call 229-6330. ltc3/29
Mobile Homes for sale, $1,500-$3,500,
call 647-5106. tfc3/29
1988 12x65 mobile home unfinished
inside, new siding, doors and windows,
4 inch insulation structurally sound.
Must sell, asking $4,000 OBO, call 850-
229-9014 or 352-795-7359. 4tp3/29




Thoroughbred reg. 5 year old under
both saddles, very gentle and smart,
loves everybody, absolutely gorgeous,
$5,000 or trade for ? Email lawncare-
fl@aol.com or call 352-307-3539. 2tc3/22




2 gorgeous buildable adjacent Money
Bayou lots. Front C-30 and back to
Treasure Bay reserve. Each lot 70x200
with beautiful pines, parcel cleared,
approved for septic tanks. Walk across
C-30 to the beach., Want Last, $44,0,00
for both or S23.900 each. Cream\e
financing for both lots. Realtor/Owner,
call 850-648-4999 or 850-709-2862.
Realtors welcome 5%. 3tc3/22
.3 bedroom, 2 bath, living room, dining
room, den, 1,894 sq. ft., 2 1/2 lots. Call
227-2049 or 227-7424. tfc4-72
Highland View 17 acres (1633' on
Highway 98). Great for development!
Brenda Lynn, Exit Realty Advantage,
850-432-9049. 4tc3/15


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



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

Locally
Owned .



ie Residential
Tok rCommercial
Termite & Pest Control
STermite Treatments Restaurant Motel
Flea Control Condominiums
* Household Pest Control New Treatment/
Real Estate (WDO) Reports Construction Sites
Specializing in Vocation Rental Properties
FAMILY OWNED
PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
"Serving the Entire Area"
Free Estimates & Inspections
Do-It-Yourself Pest Control Products

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Phone: (850) 227-7777 -^-
218 Long Avenue Port St. Joe, FL
Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.,
Saturday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Sunday 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
Offering
Boarding, Bathing, Grooming Cats and Dogs
Separate Cat Room Pick-Up & Delivery
Daily Exercise Premium Pet Food
Heating and Air Conditioning,
Injured Animal Confinement /
Experienced Kennel Supervisors /. :-
Long Term Boarding e
Multiple Sized Kennels
Veterinarian On Call / '


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


BOB'S PAINT &
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


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

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

MARY KAY
MARGARET PRESSWOOD
Independent Beauty Consultant
58 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach, FL
1-800-659-0641

STITCHES
by Joy-Dale
227-6665
Seasonal Apparel with:
machine embroidery &
other embellishments
Monogramming
Alterations
Custom Sewing


POINT OF EASE MASSAGE THERAPY
Day Appointments 227-3539
Evenings, Weekends and Home Visits 227-9854
1 Hour $45 1/2 Hour-- $35 Most Insurances Accepted
Deluxe Gift Certificates Available MA3171 2

ii ow-oWeb Design & Desktop Publishing
Full Site Design Four Color Printing
Marketing & Promotion Tri-Fold Brochures
O i Web Hosting Business Cards/Stationery

Webshot Productions '
Http://www.webshot.ws
Call 827-2799 to see how affordable dazzling color really is !

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. O. Box 602
Home (850) 648-5919 Port St. Joe, FL 32457


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


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