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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 2001
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USPS 518-880
SIXTY-THIRD YEAR, NUMBER 51


LOW The Star On Line at http://www.StarFL.com
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2001


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Football Te-nts Kickoff
Season Pg. 12A
Anthony Burger Concert
: *CPg. 9A
Obituaries Pg. 9A
United Way Pg. 5A
Law Enforcement Activities
Pg. 8A
Worship Opportunities
Pg. 9A
2 Named To GCCC Board,
FCAT Scores Out Pg. 1B
School News Pg. 4-5B
Classifieds Pg. 6-78
Trades & Services pg. 8B


PSJ


Gets


Canal


15 New Jobs Created With Funditng For Purchase


Port St. Joe Mayor Frank Pate
told .the, board of commissioners
that money appears to be lined up
for the city to purchase the fresh
water canal from Smurflt-Stone
Container Company, owners of
the paper mill site.
The board agreed to' go for-
ward with the purchase a few
months ago after Pate reviewed an
agreement proposal offering the
canal to the city for a price of
8700,000.
The purchase is significant
because it can provide a major-
water source for the city and sur-
rounding communities. Water is a
valuable asset when seeking
industrial jobs in an area because
often times where industry
locates is directly related to the
availability of water.
"This purchase brings one
more major piece of the economic
puzzle together," Pate said.
With recent announcements
of port restoration and road stud -
ies, the canal adds one more pos-


itive economic development
amenity to the county.
In a letter from Governor Jeb
Bush it was announced that, a
$222,300 grant was received from
the Rural Infrastructure Fund
and a 8168.700 loan from the
Rural Community Development
Revolving Loan Program has also
been approved. Both funds are,
administered by the Governor's
Office of Tourism. Trade and
Economic Development.
"With the closing of the paper
mill, the city has lost nearly 70
percent of its general revenue
which led to my decision last year
to designate the region as one of
the state's first Rural Areas of
Critical Economic Concern," said
Governor Bush,
"As the community works to
revitalize their economy, it is
important that we assist them
where possible. This canal is key
to that revitalization-both in pro-
viding basic services to the citi-
zens of Port St. Joe, as well as


impacting' business recruitment
efforts to the region." Bush added.
The canal begins on the
Chipola River In Gulf County and
runs 17 miles, ending in Port St.
Joe. It was built 40 years ago to
supply' the large volume of water
needed for the paper mill. Other
businesses now use the canal, as
does the City of Port St. Joe and
Gulf County.
Since the paper mill closed,
city leaders have been negotiating
to purchase the property from
Stone Container Corporation.
With assistance provided by the
state rural development pro-
grams, Port St. Joe is now able to
purchase the property. ,
"We owe great thanks to
Governor Bush for approving
these important state resources
for the City of Port St. Joe," said
Port St. Joe Mayor Frank Pate.
"The fresh water canal is the
source of drinking water for many
of our citizens and an essential
part of much needed job growth


in Port St. Joe."
Mayor Pate noted that the city


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Are Changed By Board


Community Pastor
...Called Home Sat.
The community is mourning
the loss of another icon as well as
spiritual leader with the passing
of Brother Julius Caesar Odum
Saturday morning.
Brother Odum moved to Port
St. Joe in 1953 to become the
pastor of Long Avenue Baptist
Church, where he served his
church and community until his
retirement in 1980. He then con-
tinued a service of love, concern,
and ministry to his Lordl and
community for the remainder of,
his 86 years.
Wesley and Kesley have
focused their columns on Brother
Odum in this week's edition of
The Star (page 2). His obituary
can be found on page 9A.

Fish Fry, Silent
Auction Revealing
Community's Heart
Final preparations! are being
made for a fish fry beriefit/silent
auction to be' held Monday,
August 27th, from.10:00 a.m. to
8:00 p.m. (CT) at The Fish House
in Mexico Beach. An outpouring
of heartfelt support for this pro-
ject has emerged from businesses
and individuals in the area.
On the day's menu, served
from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., will be
delicious fish, cole- slaw, french
fries, tea and dessert prepared by
local eating establishment chefs.
Plates are $7 for adults and $3.50
T for children ,(12 rand tinder).
Advance tickets are, still' on sale.
The event will also include bal-
loons, face painting, raffles, door
prizes and more.
Volunteers have even stepped
forward to 'deliver dinners to any-
one in the Gulf County or Mexico
Beach area who purchases two or
more meals, but is unable to pick
:them up. For delivery on the day
6f the event, call The Fish House
at 648-8950.
Auction Held Simultaneously
The silent auction begins at
10 a.m. and the last bids will be
accepted at 7 p.m. Included in the
list of over 100 items to be dis-
played in the restaurant are char-
ter fishing trips, gift certificates,
area artwork-too many to .list-
and more are arriving daily! See
the ad on Page 6 of this week's
issue of The Star for donations
committed as of last Friday after-
noon.
Auction donations continue
(See FISH FRY on Page 7A)


Gulf County commissioners
met in a special session Monday
afternoon and did a little more
tweaking to Gulfs district lines.
During the last board meet-
ing, members agreed to advertise
Scenario 17AA as the board's final
district boundaries. -Red4stricting
was placed on Monday's special
meeting agenda by District 3
Commissioner Carl Fox who initi-
ated the conversation on the
question.
"I don't see any way in the
world I can handle Overstreet,"
Fox said. He went on to apologize
to District 2 Commissioner Billy
Traylor (currently Overstreet) and
the board as he explained that he
simply could not handle, another
community in his district. (Fox
currently serves White City, St.
Joe Beach, and Highland View.)
Fox introduced Scenario
17AA revised which moves the
Overstreet area back into District
2 rather than his District (3). He
also explained that he had gone to
Commissioner Traylor with the
idea of placing Oiverstreet in his
district, not the other way
around.
The board voted 3-2
(Commissioners Peters., Fox,
Barnes for: Traylor and
McLemore opposed) to adopt the
new district boundaries, but not
before tempers flared over the
changes.
Commissioners Billy Traylor
and Carmen McLemore were very
vocal about the change of bound-
aries.

Stolen Vehicle Pursuit
Ends In Crash at Pump
At near 8 a.i. Sunday,
August 19th; the GCSO received
word that .the Panama City Police
Department arid Florida Highway
Patrol were in pursuit of a stolen
truck on Highway 22.
Deputy Tim Woods fell in
behind the FHP unit near the fire
tower; the truck continued to
Wewahitchka, running through
the intersection at Highway 71,
striking gas pumps at the Swifty
Serve. The driver exited the vehi-
cle -and ran toward Second Street,
jumping the fence at Cox
Transmission.
Meanwhile, the vehicle, left in
gear, went down the alley behind
Randy's Discount Grocery, across
Osceola Street, arid struck. the
Bayou Restaurant.
GCSO K-9 units tracked the
suspect to a residence on Henry
Street where the trail came to an
end. The suspect will face charges
of grand theft auto and 'multiple
traffic violations when located.
Anyone with information about
his identity is asked to contact the
Gulf County Sheriffs Office ori- the
T.I.P.S. line at 229-8477.


Commissioner Traylor told
the board that he had heard
about what was coming down last
'week. ,
"You guys are wrong in doing
what you're doing," he said,
explainingg that his district had 80
to 100 miles of roadside grass
CUtting, numerous dirt roads, and
many other issues that made it a
"hand full" for the commissioners
in the district. He focused his
comparison on commission chair-
man Peters, saying his district
was composed almost entirely of
people in the city of Port St. Joe,
and he didn't have to deal with
the same sort of problems as
other commissioners.
Commissioner McLemore
suggested if the board was going
to do this fairly, then the
Highland View area should be
placed in Commissioner Peters'
district (4).
"If you're for the people, let's
go to county-wide voting,"
McLemore said to Peters. remind-
ing those present and the board
that 840 of voters had said they
favored the county-wide voting
process via referendum ballot sev-
eral years ago.
At the conclusion of the met-
ing,' Commissioners Traylor-and


McLemore voted in opposition to a
boat ramp parking agreement at
Highland View as proposed by
Commissioner Fox. The motion
passed 3-2, but Commissioner
Traylor tied a motion to adjourn
the board's greeting with a state-
te-iint declaring, "You've made it a
/nprth-south issue as of now!!"
Traylor (District 2) and
McLemore (District 1) are the
commissioners representing the
north end of the county'.


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Walker Catches Top Flathratd
Hal Walker was the big winner during the third annual Florida
Catfish Classic held in Wewahitchka over the weekend. He won
$1,500 for this 31.85 pound flathead and more see complete
story on Page 12A.


Tentative Agreement Reached


With State Park Committee

Plan For Public Workshop To Be Scheduled Soon


Local members of the State
Park Work Group met with repre-
sentatives of the T. H. Stone
Memorial State Park Monday. The
follow-up meeting presented a
plan to resolve several issues that
were aired during last month's
joint meeting of the groups.
A total of five problem issues
were identified during the first


session. Monday's meeting pro-'
duced tentative agreements to
resolve most of those issues.
These, resolutions will be. dis-'
cussed at a public workshop on
the park, which will probably be
held sometime in September.
The public's access to shore-
line along the Wilderness Preserve
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The Science Departments of Port St. Joe High and Middle Schools recognize and extend deep
gratitude to Gulf County School Board member Linda Wood for her recent contribution. Since the
students returned to the classrooms, Mrs. Wood has visited the science rooms of the school, talked
wih the teachers checking to see how things were going in their department, and asked about the
needs in their respective classes.
Not only did Mrs. Wood listen to the teachers, but followed with very generous actions. Upon
learning of the great need in the science departments for funding of materials for hands-on activ-
ities, she donated $6,000 toward the worthy cause.
In the photo above, science teachers (from left) Scott Lamberson, Tammy Owens, and Liz
Howell are shown happily accepting the donation, on behalf of the students, from Linda Wood.


issues of contention. The
Wilderness Preserve is located on
the end of St. Joseph Peninsula
and is a favorite spot for boaters
to pull ashore, especially on the
bay side near Shark Hole, and
enjoy the beach.
The groups agreed it was


Classless


Reunion


Saturday
A number of months ago,
someone came up with the. idea
that it would be wonderful to have
a reunion of everyone who had
ever attended Port St. Joe High
School. Your school experience is
a composite, consisting of rela-
tionships with not only your fel-
low. classmates, but undergrads,
and of course, those in the upper
classes.
The idea has been enthusias-
tically received, as over 900 have
already registered for The Port's
Classless Reunibron. Ranging from
the oldest graduate from the class
of '32 to graduates from the class
of 2001, it promises to be a won-
derful time of reminiscing.
Attendees are flying in from
Honolulu, Hawaii and London,
England, as well as the majority
.of the rest of the states where Port
St. Joe grads have emigrated.
The reunion will be held in
the Centennial Building, on Allen
Memorial Way. Built in 1938, it is
the one building that each gradu-
ate throughout the eight decades
can relate. The original elemen-
tary and high schools, located on
Long Avenue where the Bay St.
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EDITORIAL COMMENTARY -/4 u4 D o444 Wzg A 4 by Kesley Colbert
COLUMN


WILLIE RAMSEY, EDITOR Ould Not Have You Ignorant, Brethren
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Why They Call



It "Dolly Wood"


Those Mountaineers Got

All of My Tax Rebate
Last weekend, my wife, Shirley, and I took our first real vaca-
tion since I don't know when.
Following the recommendation of several friends arid family
members and the insistence of my wife, we headed out early last
Thursday to visit the Smoky Mountains. Shirley actually left me
little choice-It was take her on some sort of vacation Or get a
divorce. It didn't take much figuring to deduce the vacation was
the cheapest way out.
I did recommend several ideas for a secluded weekend for two.
A weekend stay at the camp in the hunting lease was at the top of
my scale. But that idea didn't weigh too heavily on Shirley's list.
Well, needless to say, long before daylight Thursday morning
we were parked, loaded, gassed, and ready to head for "'em hills."
By about 7:00 that evening, we were checking into our cabin on
the hillside. The view was absolutely breathtaking. How in the.
world we could have called at the last minute and gotten reserva-
tions for a. cabin named "Almost Heaven" on top of a mountain, is
something I don't understand.
I could have taken a picture from any point of the compass-
north, south, east or west-and had a photograph suitable for a
postcard. "Almost Heaven" was a suitable name for these quarters.
What I did recognize almost .immediately were similarities to
the home I left back in Florida. Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg,: Cades
Cove, and all areas between were discovered a long time ago.
About the only difference between riding along Highway 441
through Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg and riding along Panama City
. Beach is that one has the mountain as a backdrop and the other
has the beach.
The irony of how two areas could be so different, yet so simi-
lar, is almost eerie. You have the high profile tourist attractions at
both extremes. The typical local trinket shops specializing in items
that match the terrain-beach related items .along the coast and
mountain related'items-up in the hil.ls-are the sanie. butydiffer-
ent.'in both locations.
Just as the draw to our area is the beach, the draw to the part
of East Tennessee we stayed was the "Great Smoky Mountains."
They were absolutely beautiful, too. Just as with our beaches,
though, the question at the center of deep routed controversy is
how do you build in the mountains without destroying the view
from the next hill over? Indeed, much of the mountain space is
public land that will remain in its natural state, but what about
the rest? Building codes and restrictions have been and are being
put into place that limit how much a person can alter the land-
scape.
After talking to some of the local folks, it was pretty clear that
the only real difference between where I was at -and where I had
been was nearly 500 miles, a tank and a half of gas, 12. hours of
drive time, two tired eyes, and a bunch of king-sized hills.
The best part of the whole journey was free!!! Visiting the pub-
lic parks and seeing the various wonders of nature far exceeded
any thrill that man could have 'provided through commercializa-
tion of God's hand work.
"Almost Heaven" may be an appropriate name for not only our
cabin retreat, but also much of the landscape we visited..
Of course, you know things are going good when you leave
"Almost Heaven" to visit "Almost Heaven"-It's no wonder others
want to come.


Julius Caesar Odum zoomed
off this planet at 9:58 last
Saturday morning. It sounded like..
plain ole thunder down here .....
But the roar in Heaven could be
heard two Milky Ways and a light


star away. Saints stood out oL
respect. Peter and Paul and the
beloved John ran to meet him.
There was. a stur-ng, and a nod.
from the honored seat on the night
hand side of ,Almighty God .
Heaven is better olfl! Arid Bro.
Odum is sutll petitioning on my
behalf. He's just doing it face to'
face now.
I met him in 1975. He came to
my house. He was pretty quiet and'
unassuming I thought, especially
for a preacher! And he didn't over-


whelm me with his presence or
presentation. He modestlyv- rever-
ently. talked about Jesus. And
church. And service.
And he listened! Now, there's a
rare trait in a preacher!
I could tell he liked that part
about my Mother teaching Sunday
School all those years ....
Here's what I remember most
from that first meeting. He came
looking for mel Cathy and I had
moved into town less than a week
earlier and he sought us out.


We joined the church pretty
soon afterwards. Bro. Odum had
quietly pointed out that's what
Jesus and Mother would expect
and trust that I would do.
He wasn't a fireball in the pul-
pit. He didn't jump and shout and
entertain. He wasn't interested in
what you thought of him. It was
the message! It was always the
message! He had the facts. He had
the Good News. He talked mostly
about Jesus and Him crucified.
You don't think Paul was a': run-
ning across those streets of gold
with his arms outstretched for
nothing last week, do youl
Bro. Odum didn't just read
the story of the Good Samaritan!
He spent a lifetime sharing, com-
forting, exhorting, befriending,
teaching ....
He is the most genuine person
that I have ever met.
But that is not why I loved
him.
When my Father died he was
at my house before we started
packing. To this day I don't have a
clue how he got there so fast. He
didn't say much and he didn't stay
long. He came by to share our hurt
... and to pray with, and for us .
and to remind us that Jesus
-loves us!
.He'd put a hand on your
shoulder, look you right square in
the eye and with that old gravelly
voice that was music to my ears he
would bring a touch of the Savior
to your living room. I'm telling you,
he had power and resources far
above those of mortal men!
Oh, to have half his wit,' his
insight, his attention to detail, his
commitment!
,-I ,don't ever remember him
talking about how much he loved
children. I don't remember any
prolonged sermons on suffer the
little ones . But he never,
never passed either of my boys
without stopping to say something
pertinent to each one. With Josh it
was usually the St. Louis
Cardinals. With Jess, it was the
Flonda Gators., And he would usu-
ally remind them that Jesus loved
even Cardinal and Gator fans ....
I will never forget the science
fair when Josh was in the seventh
grade. He won some kind of award
over at the area finals in Panama
City. The News Herald listed all
the winners (about seven hundred
of them) and Josh's name was way
down on the list. I was his father
and it was such small print that I
didn't even see itl Bro. Odum cut
the article out, highlighted the
Josh Colbert down on the eighty-
third row, added a congratulatory
note and mailed the article to
Josh.
He did this several years after
he retired.
Amazing! And you think about
his poor eyesight . he would
have had to a' poured over that
fine print with a magnifying glass

(See KESILEY ON PAGE 3)


Beloved Community Pastor and Spiritual Leader Goes "Home"
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THE COMMUNITY LOST a
beloved pastor Saturday morning
at 10:00 a.m.
Rev. J. C. Odum had served
the community, as its conscience
since 1953--27 of those years as
the active pastor of the: Long,
Avenue Baptist Church-but the
entire time.as the pastor emeritus
of the City, of Port St. Joe.
It didn't matter to J. C. Odum
whether or not you were a mem-
ber of .Long Avenue Baptist; all
that mattered to lhim was if you
hada need! .
He was a good friend to 'me
and to everyone who needed a
friend. He took a lot of teasing, ,
about his bald head and his grow-
ing "pot" but he was up to the task
of giving tit for tat whenever a per-
son started teasing him. He could
put them in their place with a
good humored repartee.

REV. ODUM NEVER had a
bad, word for anybody. So far as
he was concerned everybody was



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a person worth knowing. Of
course, he had his "inner circle of
buddies, but like Mark Twain, I
don't think he ever met a man.he
didn't like.
'He was 86 years of-age when
he died. e, a:
S. He began his'working career
as a bookkeeper for the 1ld Inter-
national Paper Company mill in
Panama City. After a tour in the
army in. the Second World War he
came. back to Panama City and
shortly thereafter, he felt the call
to the ministry. ,
He went to New Orleans Bap-
tist Seminary to 'get educated,
along .with a wife 'and two small


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babies. I remember him telling me
about the hardships of those
years. but how he always depenid-
ed on God to provide for him, and
He did! Sometimes he provided
just,: peanut butter, and saltine
crackers, but He always provided
and J. C. always trusted.
By the way, the "J. C." stood
for Julius Caesar !

REV. ODUM DIDN'T ever
have very much. In the early years
of the church, we made sure of
'that, but after his years of service
began and because he was of such
importance to the community, we
did better by him as years passed.


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Still his pants didn't hang low
due to the weight of the money in
them.
Rev. Odum retired on the
same kind of faith which stood
him in such good stead while he
was, in the seminary. When he
retired, he didn't own a home nor
any property. He had always lived
in a church-owned home.
His trust in the Lord provided
him with a modest but new home,
in which he lived out the rest of
his days.
He was proud of that home,
its lawn, his garden,' his shed out
back and his fruit trees. .They
always received the best of care
and produced mightily.

HE MUST HAVE bought
greeting cards by the carton. He
was an inveterate card mailer. He
would send anyone a card of con-
gratulations for a birthday, a new
baby, a better position, something
good happening; he never forgot!


He was all this and more, to
everyone regardless of Awrhether or
not they were members of his
church.
He was an extremely good cit-
izen, too.
When Billy Joe Rish was in
the Florida legislature, he invited
J. C. Odum to open it one year
with prayer; and Billy Joe is a
Methodist! Earl Hutto also invited
him to open the U. S. Congress in
the same manner.
Quite an honor for a little pot-
bellied, bald headed country
preacher. Except Rev. Odum was-
n't your run-of-the-mill "pot-bel-
lied, bald headed country preach-
er!"
He was the community's pas-
tor and spiritual leader.
Regardless of what your
church affiliation was, he let you
know he was available, at any
time.

DID PORT ST. JOE even


B. PuB.IlONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY $i,:.' IN COUNTY-$13.00 SIX MONTHS
OUT OF COUNTY $30.00 YEAR OUT OF COUNTY $20.00 SIX MONTHS
TO ALL ADVERTISEIS 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. Thed. The spoken word barely
asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The
spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


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notice this extra-ordinary man it
had in its midst?
I think the citizens realized it
very well. They even named him
the man of the year upon his
retirement. He didn't stop his ser-
vice to the citizens who needed
him just because he retired,
either!
He continued to serve the
.community and his church when-
ever and wherever he was needed.
He enjoyed sports and was
knowledgeable about them. He
enjoyed, especially, the sports
played by children. He was
extremely interested in everything
children did. He knew most chil-
dren by name and "pedigree."
They were also the .targets of his
insatiable mailing of cards.
The community will miss Rev.
J. C. Odum ... almost as much as
I will miss him. Regardless of
papers signed and other legal
matters; he was my pastor for 48
long years.


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$112,500 to Renovate Gaskin Park & Boat Landing
Wewa City Administrator Don Minchew, G.C. Comm. Carmen McLemore, Mayor Ray Dicken
G.C. Comm. Billy Traylor, and Phillip Gaskin proudly show off a check for $112,500 intended f<
use at Gaskin Park and landing in Wewahitchka.
The funds will be used to refurbish and enhance the facilities at the park. Representative Be
Kilmer announced the grant award recently and the group pictured above were making th
improvements to come known during the third annual Florida Catfish Classic hosted at the parl
Some of the improvements planned include a floating dock, enlarged parking area, restroom
more boat launching area, playground; covered picnic areas and barbecue grills. The grant w.
. awarded from the Florida Department of Parks and Recreations:


,Park
okay to pay these visits to the
shoreline-shoreline was identi-
: fled as up to 25' from the water's
edge. This access would acquire
no fees, permits or registration.
Access to the interior of the
Wilderness Preserve is a different
story. This would require registra-
tion, education through pam-
phlets and signage, and possibly
a fee based upon a drop box and
- honor system. Two or three
kiosks would be strategically
located along the shoreline pro-
viding this information.
The Wilderness Preserve .cur-
rently has a 120 person carrying
capacity limit.
Measuring visitor impact is
also an important ingredient
when considering the effect of vis-
s, itors to the area. Under agree-
or ments discussed, the current con-
ditions of the park would be
ev deemed as the baseline for scien-
ie tific measurements and studies in
k. the future.
s, Education was also dis-
as cussed. Information will be dis-
tributed through the kiosk, maps,


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posted rules and regulations, vis-
itor guides, mail-outs and web-
sites.
Commercial usage of the
Wilderness Preserve is a major
concern. Under the plan dis-
cussed Monday, shuttle boats
could not bring tours to the area
and leave them in the Wilderness
Preserve. On the other hand, a
person could rent a boat and
drive it to the Wilderness Preserve
area and the beaches without any


problem.
Private or rental watercraft
can be carried in tow into the
park with no questions, as long as
they meet legal operating stan-
dards.
A public workshop will be
announced within the next few
weeks. In the meantime, anyone
with questions can contact Paula
Ramsey Pickett, Gulf County's
Tourist Development Director at
229-7800.


Canal From Page 1


plans to provide additional
potable and non-potable water for
its citizens, as well as upgrade the
sewer and wastewater capacity.
As a result of the city's intent to
purchase the fresh water canal,
Premier Chemical, a company
using the waterway, has commit-
ted to creating an additional 15
jobs to its current workforce.
The Northwest Florida Water
Management District has already
committed $350,000 toward the
purchase of the fresh water canal.
Port St. Joe commissioners
unanimously agreed to write a let-'
ter of appreciation to O'ITED
thanking them for their assis-
tance on this funding project.
Closing date for the purchase is
currently set for August 28th.
In Other Business
*Agreed to resolutions sup-
porting grant assistance and loan
applications for Mini Modal
Corporation, a containerized
multi-use car shipping unit man-
ufacturer locating at the port.


*Following a request by
Commissioner David Horton,
agreed to advertise for request for
proposals for a new cable compa-
ny to locate in the city.
*Passed a variance opening
the way for Bayside Lumber to
purchase the St. Joe Machine
Company building and property,
located on First'Street, and relo-
cate their lumber and hardware
operation at the new location.
oAgreed to pay Stan Siprell
Construction for work done at
Forest Park, South, contingent
upon the engineer signing off on
the project. There are still several
areas of work to be completed,
much of which is in-kind work to
be done by the city as part of
matching funds.
*Decided to move forward
with a city morality ordinance at
the recommendation of Commis-
sioner Benny Roberts.
*Agreed to continue the police
dispatch service agreement with
the Gulf County Sheriffs Office.


Reunion From Page 1


Joseph Care Center stands today,
have long been demolished.
The current Port St. Joe
Elementary was previously Port
St. Joe High School, before the
current high school was built in
1970.
Parking attendants will be on
hand to direct traffic to the foot-
ball field, Port St. Joe Elemeritary:
parking, and other sites with a
shuttle bus available to transport
attendees to the Centennial
Building. Numerous bands from
previous decades will entertain
with songs from the past. One


alumni upon signing up said they
can't wait to-get out their penny
loafers and dance the night away
on the yellow pine floors of the
Centennial.
There is no cost associated
with attending; however, a dona-
tion box will be available to help
defray expenses associated with
the reunion.
* Robin Downs, a grad from the
'60's, and renowned as one of Port
St.- Joe's great chefs, will be
preparing light hors d'oeuvres for
the evening which will begin at
7:00 p.m.. and continue to 11:30
p.m.


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to have sought out Josh's name!
But that is not why I loved him.-
On Sunday morning, October
1, 1978, Cathy gave birth to our
second son. Jesse wasn't due until
late December. He weighed two
pounds. And Dr. Benton said he
,might "make it" if we could get him
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Center in time and if "everything"
went o.k. and if there were no
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One scattered and unbeliev-
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church not knowing exactly where
I'd been, .where I was going, or
even where I was! My wifewas still
in the .hospital recovering from .a
pretty remarkable birth. I was try-
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my three year old son as best I
could. Jesse was literally fighting
for every, breath in the intensive
care unit at Sacred Heart.
Bro. Odum stood that Sunday
morning in the pulpit of the Long
Avenue Baptist Church, bowed his
head .... and listen, he didn't just
ask that everything be "all right,"
or politely mention that we had lit-
tle Jesse down here with a problem
S. He humbled himself before
Almighty God and he begged for
: my son's life.


And you talk about a direct
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he was never put on hold! They
knew that old gravelly voice ....
The buzzword around Heaven for
years now has been, "It's Bro.
Odum again, he's standing in
another gap."
He called my name in high
places. He stuck closer than a
brother. He restoreth my soul.
I loved Bro. J. C. Odum
because he first loved me!
And if you think I was special
or he singled my family out more
than yours-you don't understand
the greatness of the man.
Some might ask why I didn't.
Write this story a couple of weeks
ago while Bro. Odum was still
physically with us. It's simple. I
didn't want him to .have to read it
squinting through those thick eye-
glasses using that cumbersome
big magnifying lens. But I promise
you, he has seen it. As a matter of
fact, he read it beforeyou-did! He
was looking over my shoulder as I
wrote. He's there right nowl
He will always be, there....
Victory In Jesus,
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Is Your Child s Safety


Seat Installe
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Madison Callie Bateman

Madison Is 3
Madison Callie Bateman cele-
brated her third birthday on
Sunday, July 22 with a Lady Bug
party at the Beacon Hill park.
Her birthday was July 25, but
she celebrated early with family
and' friends while visiting here
:from Cheyenne. WY. .
Madison is the. daughter of
Josh and Sharity Bateman. She
is the granddaughter of Gerald
and Sarah Byrd of White City,
and Larry and Becky Bateman of
Port St. Joe. .


S Sean Anthony Yowell

It's A Boy
Ross and Tracy Yowell are
proud to announce the birth of
their second son, Sean Anthony
Yowell.
Sean was born on June
30,2001 at 2:40 p.m. He weighed
in at 7 pounds. '15 ounces, and
was 21 inches long.
Sean's grandparents are
Danny and Sue Taylor, Tony and
Phyllis Yowell all of Port St. Joe;
Buddy Wood and Sheila Shiver of
Franklin County.
Great grandparents are Stow
and Betty Boyd, Red and Virginia
Graves of Port St. Joe; the late,
Jake Whitten of Cowarts. AL,
Ruby Bell of Cottonwood, AL, the
late Charles and Ada Wood of
Vernon, FL;: and Herbert and the
late Elizabeth Shiver of Eastpoint,
FL.


New Bethel
AM.E. Women's
Appreciation
The women of New Bethel
A.M.E Church would like to thank
the entire community for the sup-
port of the many activities and
projects over the past three
months.
We want you to know that
because of your support and par-
ticipation. our Women's Da',
Celebration was a blessed suc-
cess.
Let us continue to be united
in the bonds of Christian love.

4th Saturday
Sing at HV
Baptist Church
The 4th Saturday Community
Gospel Sing at IHV Baptist Church
is Saturday. August 25 at 7 p.m.
ET.
This is a community-wide
Gospel Sing that moves from
church to church on the 4th
Saturday night of each month.
Everyone is invited Area
singers are welcome!

Pastor's Appreciation
The members of Thompson
Temple FBC of the Living God will
be honoring their pastor s
anniversary on Friday and
.Saturday. August 24th and 25th.
at .7:30..p..m. -and on Saturday;
August 26th at 1 1-30 a.m


dCorrectly?
place at the St. Joe 'Beach Fire
Department, located at 7912
Alabama Street in St. Joe Beach.
The event will begin with an
educational pro-
r. "gram from 4
to 5 p.m.(ET).
*..peF "Following the
S .educational
program, from
certified
child pas-
senger safe-
"ty techni-
cians will be available to help par-
ents /caregiyefs install their
ghild's 'safety seat(s) correctly All
community members are welcome
to attend the educational pro--
gram.
,A limited number of child.
safety seats, are available, on a
.first come. first serve. basis.
Parents/caregivers 'must partici-
pate in the educational program
to receive a car seat. All partici-
pants are asked to donate $10 per
seat. Contact Jill Jones at (850)
227-1276, extension 126, to par-
ticipate.
To, reach the event site, i'oilow
thp balloons at Court Street in St.
Joe Beach, off Hig-hway 98. to the
St. Joe Beach Fire Department.

Dixie Angels
Say Thanks
The Dixie Angels .Softball
,Tournament Team would like.to
thank HV Fire Department. Half
Shells, and Hippy John for their
donations to help an ending of a
great season. '.
The Dixie Angels came in as
Runner-up at State.
The girls celebrated with an
end-of-the-season party ':at
ShipwrTeck Island. .
Thanks to all whoG con-
tnbuted.

WHS Class of.'91
Plans Reunion,
The Class of 1991 of
Wewahitchka High School 10 year
reunion is set for October 19 and
20.


Classmates
Rita Thompson
April McLemore
details.


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Cabaniss, Davis
Wedding Plans
Preparation for the wedding of
Eddie Reese Davis and June
Marie Cabaniss are' being made
for August 25 at Long Ave. Baptist
Church at 7 p.m. EST.
All friends of the bnde and
groom are cordially invited to
attend for no local invitations are


Joshua Kesley Colbert and Lindsey Michelle Young


Plan September Wedding


Mr. and 1Mrs. Rade Young and
Mr. and 'Mis. Kesley Colbert
would like to announce the final
plans' for the marriage of their
children, Lindsey Michelle and
Joshua Kesley. The marriage will
take place at six o'clock in the
evening Saturday, September 1st
at Crievewood Baptist Church in
Nashville, Tennessee.:
-The bride-elect is a graduate
of John Overton High School and
r received her B.S. degree from
Belmont U niersity in Nashville.
She is employed .by Hollis
Pharmacy.
.The groom is a'graduate, of
Port St. Joe High School." He
earned his B.S. degree from
Belmont University and recently

Davis's 60th
Anniversary
.. Burl and Susie Davis of WVewva
celebrated their. 60th wedding
anniversary on August 10.
Burl was,. born in Calhoun
SCounty to the late Bob and Alice
Davis. 'Stisie was born in
Washington' County 'to the late
.Johnny and Ieora Clark. '
Burl and Susie have five chil-
dren:' Beneva Collingsworth
'(Arthur), Sandra Lindsey (Spud),
Margie McCain, Robbie Brooks'
(Wayne), Ruth Cantley (Robert).
,, They also have 11 grandchildren:
SJoey Collingsworth (Peggy), Bill
and Hugh Lindsey, Jeannette'
Gortt (Joe), 'Tina NMcCain.
Kenneth Brooks, LaReina
Whittcomb (Jeff), 'Adatm Cantley
(Jamie), Ann Stewart, Patrick
Cantley (Donna), Nancy Wallen
(Chnrs).
They also have 14 great
grandchildren: Jaftme-
Collingsworth: Shaelynn Lindsey:
Deanna, Josh, and Dakota Gortt;
Regina and Sabrina Brooks;
Bryan and Cassyleigh Cantley:
Guy Hunter; Justin and Brannon:
Stewart; Jacob and ,Chelsea
Wallen.


graduated with his doctorate in
Physical Therapy from Belmont
University School of Physical
Therapy. He is employed with
Health South.
The couple' will reside in
Nashville.


Ashlyn Grace Griffin

Ashlyn's First
Her birthday being on August
15, Ashlyn Grace Griffin celebrat-
ed her first birthday Saturday.
August 11 with a "Clifford the Red
Dog" party.
Many close family members
and special friends enjoyed hot
dogs, treats and a surprised visit-
from "Mr. Phillip" the clown.
Ashlyn-is the daughter of Kyle
and'Jacque Griffin of Tallahassee.


being sent out.
Wedding reception will follow
immediately after the ceremony'at
the Long Ave. Baptist Family Life
Center.


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United Way Organizing In Gulf County


Allen Cox, CEO of Cox
Associates, Inc., has been chosen
by United Way of NW Florida, Inc.,


to chair the Executive Committee
of the United Way of Gulf County.
Cox saw the important role of


Ms. Jo & Mr. Carl


United Way and its agencies dur-
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Although, United Way agen-
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time of crisis, they also strive to
provide the tools to build self-suf-
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character, foster responsibility,
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all they do. They are not an ordi-
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to community problems.
This year's community cam-
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with a luncheon at Gulf Pines
Hospital and will continue
through the middle of November.
Money raised will be distributed
to agencies which have been
approved to receive grants from
the campaign.
-Last year, United Way funded
the Gulf ARC and Transportation
and other local agencies serving
the Gulf County areas.
United Way Community Fund
Grants are awarded for specific
projects only. They do not Fund
salaries nor do they fund day to
day agency operations. All dona-
tions stay in the area and are tax
deductible.
Just as United Way, the affili-
ated agencies are closely scruti-
nized by submitting audits and
meeting other accountability mea-
sures. A Funds Distribution
Committee will be selected from
Gulf County to decide exactly
where the money is needed most
and which agencies provide the
best care for the most Gulf
County residents.
84% of all funds donated goes
directly to the agencies. This
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Torrie Cesaroni
Ing solutions for community prob-
lems.
The easiest way to contribute
Is through payroll deduction.
Employers are encouraged to join
the campaign as Pacesetter
Companies. Pacesetters can give
as little as 8500 or they may
match their employee's gifts.
Allen Cox and other mem-r
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Gulf County businesses and resi-
dents to help in the funding
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Pate. Roy Barnes, Rex Buzzett. Ed
Creamer. Barbara Terry,. Ralph
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August 18. She took the audience
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singer! She also recently, Friday
August 10th, sang at a benefit for
Grand Ridge Church of God.
Torrie has been singing
gospel music for two years. Some
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and Florida Seafood Festival. She
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_A -. .- 315 N. Hwy. 71, Wewahlichka, FL
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FA.: (850) 229-8782
*10 FIVE LB. BOXES OF CIGAR MINNOWS- 'SET OF SPEAKERS*
( ) .on Beautful Cape Son Bias
Pnone (850) 227-1573 Interiors, EtC.
SCALLOP COVE B.P. Renee Shoa: owner
SCALLOP COVE RENTALS (850) 229-6054
SCALLOP COVE RENTALS 505 Reid Avenue in Port S. Joe
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St. Joe Hardware Co. 201 Williams Ave., Port SI
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I01 Reid .venue, Port St. Joe-
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On Main Street in Wewahitchka
Phone: 639-5488.
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DR. MICHAEL BARNES
office located on,
Highway 71 in Wewahitchka .;
*"OVER 40" MALE EXAMINATION*'
G T O 502 Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Blvd.
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
811 or 850-229-7231
Fax 8k0-227-7366
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RadioShack@
202 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe. FL
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PRINTING -" PUBLISHING OFFICE SUPPLIES ^
209-211 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
S (8501.227-1278 (850)227-STAR fax (8501 227-7212
*ADVERTISING/FISH FRY & WOOD CARVING TICKETS* K
Walker's Dixie Dandy L Shell
2176 U.S. 98 Hghway 98
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MIKE LISTER, Proprietor
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S 850-639-2728 (850) 229-8222-
Box 127, Wewahitchka, FL 32465 80) 2298224 FAX
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642 S. Hwy. 7',' Wewahitchka, FL
.850) 639.3202
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WOOD'S FISHERIES Carpet Country
Edward*Mark*Buddy v Pittsburgh Paint Wallpaper Blinds
Highland View (850) 227-1517/229-9917 Highway 98, Highland View-227-7241
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Highway 98 in Port St. Joe
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*PORTHOLE PICTURE* *QUILTER KEEPSET (WOMEN'S)* *LIGHTHOUSE PRINT* *BOWLS IN STRAW BASKET* *GIFT CERTIFICATE* 'ANTIQUE MIRROR

-//,,J /ut, c,,'/o | DiSCOUnt I Heart's 'Desire Styles By She ,riy Hammond's Country Store ., \ ,Jf/e
315 Williams Avenue, Port St Joe IRUtO Parts itFowers & giftS 2284 Highway 98 in Highland View Elwanda & Michael Hammrond '302 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe
(850) 229-6600 I2 M uenl Av Pn s e 229-6i 420 leids.,enue, 'Port St. Joe 229-9553 (850) 229-7099 Highway 71 in White City (850) 227-9100
*SHAMPOO & CUT' 'TOOL BOX/JUMPER CABLES/TOW STRAP- 'FRESH FLOWERS MONTHLY/12 MONTHS* 'PROFESSIONAL STYLING SERVICES* 100+ FLA. LOTTERY SCRATCH-OFF TKTS* *SHAMPOO, CUT & STYLE by Kelly'

Barbara & Joe Cobb RYAN'S SUGAR Bill & Lisa Given OT. UIE MELITA'S Bayside Lumber
of Pori Sr. Joe SHACK SINCE 1945 0- BOQLT GFTS Corner of 4th Street &
owners of a 3-Bedroom Condo residents of While City WAYNE and SONJIA TAYLOR Highway 98 in Port St. Joe
on Cape San Bias- 236 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe 229-7121 850/227-1251 205 REID AVENUE PORT ST JOE 306 REID AVE PORT ST JOE I 229.9277
*3 DAYS & 2 NIGHTS STAY IN FALL QTR.* -DINNERS* -HANDMADE PURPLE & WHITE AFGHAN- -SMALL WOODEN ROCKER' *VASES/ROOSTER/RACING POSTER/MORE!' -RECHARGEABLE SPOTLIGHT-

CHARISMA MEXICO BEACH The fish f-ouse ',-THE OT -H t
l r lA T U ..... AN]IMAL CLINIC 1;, restaurant FI" N WINES & SPIRITS eXeco ; e'c, FL
Highway '9S in l Mexico Beach Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach 648-8950 202 Highway 98 Port St. Joe 9 H9,K A" H I CHARTER FrSHrN
S1 SPAY OR'NEUTER & VACCINE' *1 LUNCH A WEEK FOR 52 WEEKS* *CHAMPAGNE & CHAMPAGNE GLASSES* -CATERED DINNER FOR 2-
(850) 648-5784
CAPTAINS CHUCK GULFORD RONILLER BOBBY GUILFORD /I. ci ai.u e. PATE'S SERVICE Acae ,, & S ,/ Dr. EliLdbeth Kelly INuSHORE
Box 13335, Mexico Beach, FL 32410 S RC D Ii' &, 4 ntit
(8501648o8211 www.hrimachrters.com oils, porrans, landscapes, ete by June Combs CENTER 04 Long.4 Avenue, Port St. Joe Dentist L-. S OFFm0
STrolling Deep Sea Fishing Diving Trips 850-6-18-8005 Highway 98 in Port St. Joe l850) 227-1155 Located in Callaway, Florida wF..F...I"RE
'8 HR. FISHING CHARTER TRIP 'FISER -6 HR. TROLLING CHARTER TRIP
FOR UP TO6 PEOPLE Tn "CHARISMA" -DOLPHIN PRINT' '1 FILL-UP OF GASOLINE' -PROFESSIONAL STYLING SERVICES' GIFT PACKAGE* FOR UP TO 6 PASSENGERS
& e 4 54 "SOLOBSTERS MEXICO BEACH I ( ,trnoL r HMofrl Loretta J. Hanna, L.MT. ga-D .-] ,-ign5
M-CRABS Lic. MA0027330 Eastpoint, Florda
HIGHWAY 98, MEXICO BEACH SEAFOOD, INC. FISCALH GROCERY .S. Highway Mexico Beach, FL (850).648-3049 EastpointFloda
(850) 648-5445 P. 0. BOX 627, Apalachicola, FL (850) 653-8340 Hwy. 98 in Mexico Beach-donaed by Joe & Sy)'hia (850) 648-5757'FAX (850) 648-5754 Swedish Massage ; Therapeutic Massage (850) 670-5757 (850) 648-4928
*SPA & MANICURE by Carole* *5 POUNDS OF 26/30 SHRIMP' -ASTD. BASKET OF GOURMET GOODIES. -.LASS TURTLE BOWL .1, I HOUR MASSAGE, GRAPHICS PACKAGE for BOAT'

, HIDE-A-WAY HARBOR Gulf COst REGA NS CITIZENS FEDERAL [ -
MARINA & MOTEL Screen Printing HIGHWAY 98 MEXICOBEACH PUB & OYSTER BAR SAVINGS BANK Highway 99. Meico Beach, FL
3700 W HicHwkv 98r.1CE.l.,c, BE,:. FL 107 N. 301h Street Unit-C, Mexico Beach, FL 850 648-5445 8066 W. Hwy. 98.* St. Joe Beach, FL of Port St. Joe 648-r1
850-648-5407 (850) 648-5167 Bob LoPlonte, owner (850) 647-2800 PORT ST JOE. APALACHICOLA@ MEXICO BEACH
*TWO TEE SHIRTS' '2 CASHMERE ZIP PULLOVERS' 'HAIR CUT & STYLE by Rose' 'GIFT CERTIFICATE' '$50 SAVINGS BOND -GIFT CERTIFICATE*
MEXICO BEACH HALF SHELLS R7TIFTW Z3 7 n Carvings By "JEFF" ZE, R,-a/eal,9, ,
ZO O W O R LD I- ARMON REALTY, INC. Siood Ma ket at Steam Bar 2105 Highway 98 On Mexico Beach P.R 0. Box 13147 .fKeaico eac/0, 11.
Panama City, Florida BailLd Harmoni, Bic.Lr,'Oicr 3104 Highway 98*MNexico Beach, FL Propnetws.Tom and Pggv \ood Mexico Beach, FL 32410 Cothey Parker Hobbs, Broker/Sales Agent
1-800-239-4959 (850) 648-5767 (850) 648-2000 (850) 648-5 126 fax (850) 648-8505 856-648-5363 P. 0. Box 123, Mexico Beach (850]. 648-5777
'5 ADMISSIONS TO THE PARK' *2-NIGHT/2-PERSON ACCOMMODATIONS GIFT CERTIFICATE '2 NIGHTS & HAND PAINTED PIC by Mary Glass' 'COWBOY BOOT' 'BEACH PACKAGE *

Gulf World B0 B & JE FF'S Cathey's ACE Hardware GULF FOODS SHARONS CAFE .
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Pan t each Foia Mexico Beach, FL 3000 Hwy. 98 East, Mexico Beach Highway 98, Mexico Beach Mexio Beach Florida (850)648-5445
PcnCmC City Seach, FloridB h(850) 648-5242 648-8634 (850) 648-5445
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Marco's Health & HUBBY CHICKEN TOUCAN'S 7 e,41t's 9f ,#SMOKIES BBQ ns sied
Fitness Club, Inc. y 820 H 98, Mexico Beach On the Beach Highway 98 adjacent to El Governor Motel G Bax 13944.r Meico Beach
SPanama City, Florida 648-8385 812 Hwy 98-Mexico Beach-648-8207 Mexico Beach, Florida Mexico Beach, Florida ,- -(8,50) 648-4057
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/ 102 uPort St. Joe Beach, FL -Stylng Saln- wholesale and Dry Storage Bait& Tackle Cleaning
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, AUGUST 23. 2001 PAGE 7A


Graham i
,. Congress has passed legisla-
.lion sponsored by O3.S. Sen. Bob
"d0raham (D-FI) that requires the
Sfrmy Corps of Engineers to begin
meaningg up the environmental
Mess caused by dredging the
"ypalachicola River. Graham also
1iromised to continue fighting to










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Sendment Mandate Ap aac'cola River C cleanup


end environmentally damagii
and fiscally irresponsible dred
Ing on the river altogether.
"Our first order of busine
when dealing with the enviro
ment Is to do no further harry
This, compromise achieves th
goal Whild allowing us the oppo




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S, Apalachicola River in an all
or7- to make it deep enough for.,
traffic to get through. This
Uce has exacted a steep
from the environment and
taxpayers. An estimated S3
lion has been spent for the
Si ;several years dredging the
and damaging this sen
ecosystem. Yet the water
used by fewer than one ba
day.
Under Graham's amends
beginning in Fiscal Year 20C
Army Corps must end the
S twice of storing sand dredged
the bottom of the river in pil
the river bank. The Corps
also clean up the largest of
piles, known as "Sand MouI
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Corps has to prepare a long-term
dredge disposal maintenance
plan. which could identify other
beneficial uses for the dredged
material such as creating bird


islands in the Gulf of Mexico.
The legislation was passed ps
an amendment to the Energy-
Water Appropnations Act. While
Sen. Graham's end goal remains
putting an end to dredging in the


Apalachicola, this legislation is a
significant step toward restonng
Florida's environment and ensur-
ing that harmful impacts to the,
river, surrounding habitat and'"
local economy are minimized.


Give Life, Give Blood Aug. 30


Often many people feel a need
I0to Pive back to their community'.,
;However. these same people' feel
that they have neither the time
nor resources to help.
We all may not have enough
-time in the day. but our mot pre-
cious resource, blood, is a gift
almost anyone can gtve. For.each
pint of blood someone donates.
Sthe potential to save four lives are
created. That. is four livesfor just
20 minutes out of your day. That
is a mother, father, daughter, ori
son that will be given a chance to
live. Everyone will benefit from
the simple .task of donating blood.
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August 30. from 9:00 a.m. until
2:00 p.m. All members of the pub-
lic are encouraged to attend.
You must be at least 17 years
old with a parent s permission
and weigh at least 110 pounds..


I Remember to eat a good meal:
and drink plenty of fluids the day
of the drive. The goal this year is
60 pints.
If you have any questions
about giving blood, contact the?
American Red Cross at 1-800-'
GIVE LIFE.


Storytellers at GCCC
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The Second Annua
Coast Storytellers' Confere
be Saturday. September
8 a.m. 'until 6 p.m. ET
Conference Center at Gul
Community College. The
ence is sponsored by Pot
Press.
According to Michael
president of Pottersville Pr
a presenter at the conf
"'The vision of the conference
celebrate, educate and
Story is pne of the most im


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Roberson. Shirley Jenkins
Ramsey. David Langsto
Hiram NL\x.
Also on the team are
Duren, Doug Birrmngham
Cleare. Rev.. Bill Taylor
Reeves, Caroline Norton,
Tillis, Christine William
Pauline Pendan s.
United Way acts as a
in the generating and th
neling of resources for hea
human service agencies.
. It is locally owned and
ed. It's the easiest way to g
money raised here, stays h
of us benefit from Unitei
agencies. '"
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own story. the story of our people
or the story of our faith." He
added. "Story does more than
entertain. It teaches us how tol
live." .., : -


tersvioe rThere will be a number of:
workshops during the day.
Lister, Presenters include: novelist and.
ess.andl judge Terry Lewis: romance novel-
ference, ist Gloria Dale Skinner; CBS news
ice is to producer John Hamlin: psycholo-
inspire. gist Dr. Clell Warriner: News
iportant Herald editor Hal Foster. story-
teller Pat .Nease; professor. and
S writer'Lynn Wallace.
Among the many sessions at
the conference are: "How Do I
Love Thee'? Writing the Romance."
Conflicts of Interest: Writng and
a u Living the Legal Thriller." "The
,, Laua Mountains of the Moon: Where
in, and Poems Come From," "Will Write
for Food: Careers in Wnriting,"
George "Bringing Stories to Life: The Art
n, Anne of Drama:" and "Twice Upon a
r, John Time: Storytelling for Youthful
Sharon Audiences."
ns and The cost for the full day of
workshops is S35 until Sept. 1
catalyst and S45 after that. A luncheon
e chan- with a keynote speaker is avail-
alth and able for 810. Reservations must
be received by Sept. 8.
operat- The deadline for poetry and
ive. The short story contests has also been
here. All extended until Sept 1. Entry fees
d Way's are S5 per poem and $10 per
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Shurrum, who remains in critical
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(Sheriff 's Beat)

BURGLARY CHARGE
August 2nd a Dalkeith resi-
dent reported a break-in of his
house during the night in which
his. wallet was stolen. Gulf County
Sheriffs Office Deputy Ruben
Farmer and Inv. Tom Godwin
responded and developed
Corolina Massey as a suspect.
When she learned an August 15th
warrant was issued on a charge of
burglary, Massey turned herself
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Duo CHARGED AT SWIFTY SERVE
August 17th Deputy Chris
Buchanan and Florida State
Trooper Grimes observed Teresa
Hicks, 23, of Wewahitchka, drive
into the Swifty Serve parking lot.
Grimes had arrested her the prior
week for driving with a suspended
license.
The passenger, Michael
Yarrell (19, of Wewahitchka), exit-
ed the vehicle, walked toward the
store, then turned back toward
officers and placed something in
his mouth. After refusing to spit it
out, Yarrell told Buchanan he had
swallowed a rock of crack cocaine.
He was arrested and charged with
possession of the drug and tam-
pering with evidence.
Hicks was charged with dri-
ving with a suspended license.
FENCED IN ARREST
On August 15th, a Franklin
County Sheriffs Office bolo was
issued regarding a gas drive-off by
1994 Lincoln Continental. Sgt,.
Stacy Strickland spotted the iehi-
cle exiting Highway 98 onto Twine
Road, east of Port St. Joe.
Unfamiliar with the area,
Jack Allen, 43, of Jacksonville,
pulled .into the fenced cemetery
and was blocked from leaving by
the officer. A tag check on the
vehicle revealed that t was stolen
from St. Johns County. Allen was
arrested for grand theft auto, dri-
ving while license suspended or
revoked, and retail theft.
WRONG PLACE, WRONG TIME
On August 16th, Sgt.
Strickland noted a tag improperly
placed on a car in the Highland
View area, checked the registra-
tion and discovered It should have
been mounted on a truck. The
driver, Rannie Brewster. 55,- of
North Port, admitted to the mis-
placement and was arrested for
attaching a tag not assigned.
ILLEGAL SALE REPORTED
On August 15th, Deputy
Bobby Plair was informed that
Bryann O'Connor (34. of Port St.
Joe) had given marijuana to sev-
eral 12 year old boys in July. Plair
gathered enough information to
place O'Connor under arrest for
delivery of a controlled substance
.to a juvenile. He was also arrested
for failure to register as a convict-
ed felon .
WARRANT ENFORCED
On August 18th. Deputies
Shawn Butler and Paul Beasley
went- to a residence in
"WVewaliitchka looking fori '?hawn
Wood (27, of Wewahitchka) who
had an active warrant for viola-
tion of probation for aggravated
assault..
After the owner of the house
stated he was not there, a con-


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sented search revealed Wood hid-
ing beneath a bed. He.was arrest-
ed and taken to the Gulf County
Jail.
RECENT BOOKINGS AT THE GULF
COUNTY JAIL .
Monday, August 15th-
Thomas Crumbley, 23, W/M, of
Panama City, failure to appear
(re: worthless checks); Torrez
Givens, 18, B/M, of Port St. Joe,
violation of pre-trial release; and
Greg Gregory, 43, B/M, of Port St.
Joe, driving while license sus-
pended or revoked.
Monday. August 16th-
Ronnie Addison. 45, B/M. of
Wewahitchka. failure to pay fine:
and Raymond Wilkes, 31. W/IM.
of Panama City, violation of
community control and grand
theft).


p.m.
Tony H. Beck, Jr., 18, of
Wewahitchka, was also arrested
for possession of an alcoholic bev-
erage tinder the age of 21.
BATTERY CHARGES
James E. Harris, age 42, of -
Port St. Joe was arrested August
18th at 1:09 a.m. by Sergeant
Butch Arendt for aggravated bat-
tery.
PAIR ARRESTED


On August 18th at 3:21 a.m.,
Joshua ,|E. Wolfhagen, 19, of
Eastpoint, was arrested by Officer
James Stephens for driving while
license suspended or revoked,
possession of cannabis (less than
20 grams), and possession of drug
paraphernalia. A 17-year-old
juvenile from Eastpoint was also
charged with possession of
cannabis (less than 20 grams).
UNDERAGE ALCOHOL POSSESSION


2249.99


Tiffany M. Morris, 20,. of
Panama City, was arrested by
Officer Burch August 18 at 11:45
a.m. for possession of alcoholic
beverage under the age of 21, pos-
session of cannabis (less than 20
grams), and drug paraphernalia.
The passenger, William W.
Shaffer, 18, of Pennsylvania, was
also arrested for possession of an
alcoholic beverage under the age
of 21,


M o n d a y A u g u s t 1 7 t h . .1r. .1.. . . . . . . . .
Robert S. Bryant Jr.. 42, B/M,6of tion of the property and the Ordinance No. 279 is on file with The City Clerk at the Municipal
Port St. Joe, failure to appear (re: Building, 305 Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Boulevard, Port St. Joe, Florida, and may be inspected there.
febj Uit' f worthless checks);
Julie Johnson, 36. W/F, of Port The City will consider the adoption of Ordinance No. 279, AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR
St. Joe. battery on a person over THE VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN LANDS ADJACENT TO THE NORTH BOUNDARY
65: ortand Mary Thomas. 48, B/F,of OF THE CITY LIMITS; PROVIDING A DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS TO BE ANNEXED; PROVID-
(re: sale of cocaine). ING FOR THE REDEFINING OF CITY BOUNDARIES TO INCLUDE SAID LANDS; PROVIDING FOR
Monday, Augut s 8th- SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE, which will be the annexing ordi-
ewahitch ka possession oB/crack nonce applicable to the above land at its regular meeting on September 4, 2001, at 6:00
cocaine with intent to sell: James o'clock p.m., EDST, in the City Commission Meeting Room, Municipal Building, 305 Cecil G.
Harris, 42, B/M, of Port St. Joe, Costin, Sr. Boulevard, Port St. Joe, Florida. All interested persons may appear and be heard.
aggravated assault: Samuel
Harris, 17, W/M, of Apalachicola,
possession of marijuana; James
Ralston, 75, W/M, of
Wewahitchka, driving under the
influence; Elizabeth Hoats. 34,
W/F, of Alpharetta. Georgia, dri-
ving under the influence and
refusal to sign citation.

PSJPD Report
INFLUENCED DRIVER
Barbara Jean Roben., 50. of -
Port St. Joe. was arrested August ,
15th at 12:39 a.m. by Port St. Joe W
Police Department Officer Russell
Burch for driving under the influ- II
ence.
RESISTING, POSSESSION CHARGES
Dale L. Sewell. 43, of Port St. '\
Joe, was arrested August 15 at I "
1:07 a.m. by Officer James
Stephens for possession of a open
alcoholic beverage on city nght-
of-way and resisting arrest with- 1
out violence.
No LICENSE To MOTOR STJOSEPH BAY 35
Greg V. Gregory. Sr., 43, of ,
,4ft St. Joe. was arrested ALigu.lt
I'6th at 12:25 a.m. by Officer
Burch for driving while license
suspended or revoked. \
OPEN CONTAINER VIOLATION 3
Michael S. Cannon, 41, of
Port St. Joe. was arrested August
16 at 3:25 p.m. by Officer Chris
Teeter for possession of a open .
alcoholic beverage while on city
property (Frank Pate Park).
SUSPENDED LICENSE, POSSESSION u
George W. Simmons III (alias
Trey). 19. of Port St. Joe. was
arrested by Officer Burch for dri-
ving while license suspended or ric. Augusii i6and23.2'oi AI Ill
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will host Anthony Burger in con-
cert on Sunday, August 26 at 7
p.m. ET.
Anthony was nominated for
The Dove Award in 1996 and
1997, and received the Southern
Gospel Music Association's
Musician of the Year Award in
1998, 1999, and 2000. He per-
Sfomed at the White House for
" i-esident Jimmy Carter in 1979;


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August 26th,

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Anthony Burger concert


and in the Billy Graham Crusade
in 1994, 1999 and 2000.
He currently appears as guest
artist and pianist for the Gaither
Vocal Band and Bill Gaither
Homecoming concerts.
Anthony is a man of few
words but through his music, he
shares the grand story of God's
Grace, bringing. adoration and
praise to Jesus Christ our Lord.
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T-SU DiAY!


Rev. J.C. Odum
Rev. J.C. Odum, 86 of Port St.
Joe passed from his earthly home
to his heavenly home on
Saturday, August 18, at his resi-
dence.
Brother Odum was -Pastor
Emeritus of Long Avenue Baptist
Church after serving as their first
pastor for 27 years. He was a res-
ident of Port St .Joe, for over 48
years, and formerly lived in
Panama City where he was
ordained.
A veteran of the United States
Army, Rev. Odum graduated from
New Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminary and served as pastor of
the Pine Ridge Baptist Church in
DeRidder, LA prior to moving to
Port St. Joe in 1953.,
He was honored as the Gulf
County Citizen of the year in
1984. Additionally, he gave the
opening prayer for the U.S. House
of Representatives in 19,73;
opened the Florida House of
Representatives,in 1973; was rec-
ognized'by the Gulf County Board
of Commissioners and the City of
Port St. Joe City Commission in
1980 for his accomplishments;
and by the Gulf County School
Board for his outstanding service
to the youth of Port St. Joe in
1980. / ..
He is survived by his wife of
59 years, Ina Odum of Port St.
Joe, son, David J. Odum and wife,
Judy of Blountstbwn, daughter,
Beverley Ga'le Odum of Panama
City, and son the Rev. Daniel H.
Odum and wife, Paulette of
Lilburn, GA, eight grandchildren
and nine greatgrandchildren.
Funeral services were held at
2:00 PM EST on Tuesday, August
21, at Long Avenue Baptist
Church with the Rev. John
Adkins officiating. Entombment
followed in the Holly Hills
Cemetery Mausoleum.
The following gentlemen
served as active pallbearers,
Timothy Odum. Trey Oduim, Brad
Faile, Brent Faile, Chuck Odum
and Scott Odum.
Honorary pallbearers, were
The Honorable Fred Witten,
Kesley Colbert and the members
of the Fidelity Sunday School
Class: of Long Avenue Baptist
Church.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made in his memory to
the Long Avenue Baptist Church


Family Life Church
"Touching Lives with the Love of Jesus '
Port St. Joe
znd join us in worship ... H. 9
,, Hwy. 98
10:30 Sunday Morning Apalachicola ... E K W ... Panama City
10:30 Sunday MorninHwy.
7:00 Wednesday Evening 7 ;.
Pastors Andrew & Cathy Rutherford FamIy Lie Chuich
Rhema Bible Training Center graduates W h
l visit our 'ebsite at: familytifechurch.net wewoka
323 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe 229-LIFE (5433)


BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
.311 Columbus St. *St. JobeBeaci',,FL 32456
A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
.' MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AMl ET EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PM ET
Sunday' School 9:45 am VWednesda) Night at 6 00 p rr Youdth
Group Meeting, Bible Study & Prayer Meeting; Choir Practice 7:00 pm
"0 taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in Him."
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First Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
Pastor, Bro. Marcus H.-Sturdivan *,. Church Office 227-1493
Sunday School . .... .. .9:45 a.m.
Sunday .I.:rring Worship . .. .... 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service .. ... 6:30p in,
\\~'~s.n . ..... :. . 7:00 p.rn.m i.,
We' Invite You to Come
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us



S First United 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

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


TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN

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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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Long Avenue
BAPTIST -* CHURCH
1601 Long Avenue, Port St. Joe 229-8691
Worship Sundays at 11 a.m. and 7 p.t1.
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 ADKINS, PASTOR


Library Fund, P.O. Box 38. Port
St. Joe, FL 32457, or to Hospice
of the Emerald Coast, 700 W.
23rd St., Panama City, FL 32405.

Mary Lois Ryan
Mary Lois Ryan passed away
August 8th at Gulf Pines Hospital
in Port St. Joe. She was preceded
in. death by her husband, Braxton
M. Ryan, her brother Marshall
Downs, and her sister, Ivy
Ragland.
She is survived by her daugh-
ter, Sheila Ryan Mahlkov and
husband Gregg; two grandchil-
dren, Marc Mahlkov and Lisa
Sonietz and husband John; as
well as nieces, Annette Berry of
Monroe, Louisiana, and Polly Reid
of Beaumont, Texas.
Born in Eros, Louisiana, in.
1913, Mrs. Ryan was a registered
nurse who resided in New Orleans
and Monroe, Louisiana, .for many
years until moving to Port St. Joe
in 1999. No local services were
held and interment was, at
Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans,
Louisiana. In lieu of flowers, Ryan
requested that donations be made
to the American Cancer Societl or
the American Heart Association.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter Funeral
Home:.

Myron Curtis Gilbert
Myron Curtis. 'Curt' Gilbert,
72, Beacon Hill. passed away on
Wednesday, August 1, at his
home.
Born in Sun, WV, he had lived
in Beacon Hill since 1995. He
%worked for SCM Corporation for
23 years as a chemical technician
and managed the Dothan. Mini-
Storage for 10, years.
Mr. Gilbert was a Protestant
by faith and was a veteran of
World War II and the Korean con-
flict, serving in the U.S. Army and
the U.S.A.F. He was a member of
,,Tupelo Masonic Lodge 4t289 and
Sthe Eastern Star. .
Mr. Gilbert was survived by
his wife, Betty Jo Gilbert of
Beacon Hill; two sons, Reggie L.
Gilbert and wife. Joni of Panama
City, Curtis L. Gilbert and wife
Rosa of Panama City Beach, and
five grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services
were conducted Saturday. August
4 at 11 a.m. CST in Garden of


Highland View Baptist Church
"'A Fellowship of God's Clldren Sharing Jesus, JESUS CARES, We Care."
382 Ling Street Port St. Joe, FL 32456 850.227.1306
E-mail: hvbaptist@aol.com Web Site: www.forminislry.com/32456hvbc
"If you need a ride to churchcall the church office and we'll pick you up.'"
.Sunday School ................ 9:45 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study/Prayer Meeting .... 7 p.m.
Sunday Morning Worship .... 10:45 a.m. Wednesday Youth/Children Activities ..... .. 7 p.m.
Discipleship Training ............ 6 p.m. Wednesday Choir Practice ...................... 8 p.m.
Sunday Evening Service ............ 7 p.m. PASTOR REV IOHNNIE RAY BAILEY


"7-\"A Port of Victo.y"

First Clutchk of I e NJC2zaiee

2420 Long ,A.enle Po't St. Joe. FIorid, 32456
(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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Call 229-8310
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Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


Zion Fair Missionary Baptist Church
280 Avenue C, Port St. Joe, Fl 32456
(850) 227-1361

Sunday School ........... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.n.
Evening Worship 2nd & 4th Sundays .............. ... 6:00 p.m.
Prayer Mtg. & Bible Study- Thursdays ....................... 7:00 p.m.
Come and share with us in our "Walk In The Newness of Life"
Rev. Marty G. Brown, Pastor


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INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH
500 15th Street, Mexico Beach, Florida 52410
Sunday School ...... 900 a.m. cat Morning Service .10I00 a.m. cst
Sunday Evening Service ......... :00oo p.m. cat
Wednesday Service . . ..... 7:00oo p.m. cst
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting
Pastor, Edward Cutchin Church Ph.4+a-af72.,* Home Ph. 609-5877;
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Obituarie


Memories Cemetery.with the Rev.
David Nichols officiating. Masonic
ntes were accorded at graveside.
mMemonal donations may be
made to the Hospice of Northwest
Florida.


Thelma A. Wood
Thelma Alberta Wood, 87,
passed away Tuesday, August 15.
She was born in Webb, AL., and
reared, in Calhoun County. In
1950 she moved to Port St. Joe
and since 1970 had been a resi-
dent of Wewahitchka. .
She was a member of the Abe
Springs Freewill Baptist Church.
Mrs. Wood is survived by her
five children: Arland Wood of
Burgess Creek; Geneva Barfield
and husband Hugh of Burgess
Creek; Waniha Grace and hus-
band Edward of Port St. Joe;
Marvin "Buck" Wood and wife
Brenda of. Cottondale; Clarise
Vessels and husband Kenneth of
Midwest City, OK., a special
nephew Russell Edenfield; one
brother W.T, Key.of Wewal'itchka:
nine grandchildren: 15 great-
grandchildren: and one great-
great-grandchild.'
Funeral services were held at
White City Baptist. church
Saturday. August 18 at, 11 a.m.
ET with the Rev. Willie Gene
.Dawson and the Rev. Nick Davis
officiating. Interment followed at
the Old Shiloh Cemetery *near
Scott's Ferry.
All services' were under the
direction of the Comforter Funeral
Home.,

Silas R. Stone
P Silas R. -"Mickey" Stone. 86 of
Port St. Joe, passed away on
August 21 at Bay St. Joseph Care
Center. ,
Mr. Stone was a native of Port
St. Joe and was born to Christian


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

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


: \FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
rl A 508 SLxteenth Street .-227-17.56 .
S.'" t S r Sixteenth Street
Sunday Worship ....... 10 a.m.
Fellowship Time .... 10:45 a.m. '
Adult School ........ .11 a.m. "


.*Sunday School
*Young Children
S Nursery Available
Pastor Rev. J. Reid Cameron


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First Baptist Church


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102 THIRD
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Potor


STREET PORT ST. JOE
Buddy Caswell
Minister of McIc Youth


Sunday School . .... 9-45 am
Worship Service ...... .... .. 11:00 am
Disciple Training ..... ...... 6-00 pm
Evening Worship ...... ..... .. 7.00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Meeting ..... 7:00 pm
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Teaching the Truth of God's Word


FAITH BIBLE CHIURCIH
801 20th Street Port-S. Joe 229-6707
Dr. Bill Taylor, Pastor2
Sunday School .. ....... ..... :: .. .. 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Service .. ... 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service~ ..-....... ..... .... 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Pt'~ye'Meeting & Bible Study .7:00 p.m.
Home of FAITH CHRISTIAN 9C12OOL


Constitution and Monument
P ort St. Joe

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


Rev. 'esse Evans
PASTOR


Robert E. Downs, Jr.
Choir Director


Diana Sealey
Youth & Children's Director j


Ge Baptist
BUT THOSE WHO HOPE IN THE LORD WILL RENEW
THEIR STRENGTH. THEY WILL SOAR ON WINGS LIKE
EAGLES.. ISAIAH 40:31
Come Celebrate this Lord's Day With Us!
I Upstairs Capital City Bank Building
Bible Study at 9 aim., Sunday Worship at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Pastor Lee Cordell
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parents, Terrell Higdon and Annie
Wynn Stone, who were the
founders of Port St..Joe.
He was.a member of the First
United Methodist Church. He
proudly served his country as a
commissioned officer during
WWII. After the war, he returned
to college and earned a law degree
from the University of Florida.
Mr. Stone practiced law in
Port St. Joe and Gulf County for
many years and also served as
County Prosecuting Attorney. He
was a member of the Florida Bar
Association, past member and
president of the Kiwanis Club,
past member of the Rotary Club,
and several other associations. He
enjoyed history, reading, boating,
and golf.
He is pre-deceased by his par-'
ents; two brothers, Noble H.
Stone, Sr., and Jesse V. Stone;
two sisters, Maybel Stone Swatts
and Ola Stone Ogburn.
He is survived by his wife,
Monica L. Stone of Port St. Joe;
three daughters. :Monica Ward
Reed (Bud) of Ft. Walton Beach,
Betty Ward Clark (Don) of
Littleton, CO. and Brenda L. Ward
of Port St. Joe; four nephews,
Ralph A. Swatts, Jr. (Madeline) of
Tallahassee, H. Higdon Swatts
(Gayle) of Panama City, Noble H.
Stone, Jr. (Margaret) of
Huntsville, AL. Terrell E. Ogburn
(Rosalie) of Pleasanton, .CA; six
nieces, Virginia Swatts Harrison
(Jim). Mabel Stone Hodges
(Robert). Mazie A., Stone, all of
Port St. Joe; Anne Ogburn Hall
and Linda Ogburn Peters (Bob) of
Senecaville. OH; and Judith
Stone Wise (Tim) of Tifton. GA:
five grandchildren, C. Scott
Derrick of Margarita, Venezuela,
Kristen M. Derrick of Marshall,
NC. Arnanda D. Canova of Port
Murray. NJ. Daniel F. Clark and
Monica M. Clark both of Littleton.
CO; one great-granddaughter.
(See Stone on Page 10A)









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Stone
Stone From Pg. 9A

Sabrina Derrick of Margarita,
Venezuela; several great-nieces
and great-nephews.
Pallbearers are Howard
Lovett,' James E. Harrison, Ralph
A. Swatts, Jr., Higdon Swatts,
Noble H. Stone, Jr., Ralph A.
Swatts III, and H. Stone Swatts.
Graveside services will be at
Hollyhill Cemetery on Friday,
August 24 at 11 a.m. EST with
the Rev. Jesse Evans officiating.
The family will receive friends at
the Stone residence at 804 16th
St.
In lieu of flowers, memorial.
contributions may be made to ,a
favorite' charity or to the
Alzheimer's' Association.


GED Testing Criteria Is Changing!


GED students have four
months left to finish current tests
- or must start again on new
exams.
Adults in Gulf County who
are working toward their GED
diploma have until December 4,
2001 to successfully complete the
GED tests. In January 2002 the
GED Testing Service in
Washington, DC will release new
tests to replace the current edi-
tion.
Any GED candidate who has
not successfully completed the
GED Tests by that time must start
completely over again with the
2002 Series GED Tests to qualify
for a State of Florida GED


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Diploma. The obsolete scores
cannot be "converted" to scores on
the new tests.
Persons who have not yet
begun taking the battery of five
tests, but who are planning to do
so, must begin testing by October
2, 2001 and earn the scores need-
ed to qualify for a diploma before
the December cut-off date. Those
who do not pass all five tests
must begin testing again in
January 2002 with the new GED
Tests.
The new GED Tests will con-
tinue to measure the major and.
lasting outcomes of a four-year
high school course of study in
english. Language Arts, Social
Studies, Science, and
Mathematics. The tests will
incorporate the most up-to-date,
widely used curriculum stan-
dards.and standardized assess-
ment practices available.
Graduating 'high school seniors
will continue to set the bench-
mark by which passing scores are
set.
Test content and test design
specialists working on the new
tests recommended against per-
mitting combination of old and
new scores because the new GED
Tests will differ significantly from
the current GED Tests. For
example, the new tests will use
real-life "authentic" materials to a
greater extent. These materials -
editorial cartoons, graphs of eco-
nomic data, and business memo-
randa, for example cut across
traditional classroom subject
areas and require candidates to
process Information in multiple
disciplines simultaneously.
According to GED Testing Service
Executive Director Joan Auchter.
'These types of test questions not
only mirror the tasks students are
being asked to perform in the K-
12 environment, but also closely
match the way adults must func-
tion as effective workers, parents.
students and citizens."
In addition to significant con-
tent changes in the social Studies
and Sclence Tests, the 2002
Series GED Tests will introduce
the use of a calculator on the
Mathematics test. Beginning in
January 2002. GED candidates
will be issued a Casio fx-260 solar
calculator during the Math test.
According to GED Test
Development Director Lyn
Schaefer, "Traditional high sch-ool
students at every level are Lj$ingg
calculators. In addition, the-"al.-
culator's presence allows us to-'
introduce more realistic questions
into the test." For one half of the
GED Math Test, however. GED
candidates will be required to
demonstrate their mathematical
abilities without a calculator.


PUBLIC NOTICE


Effective Tuesday, September 4, 2001,

the Gulf County Planning/Building

Department and Water Department

hours of operation will be 9:00 a.m.,

E.T. 5:00 p.m., E.T.

Nathan Peters, Jr.

c.. 3 Chairman






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Changes to the Language
Arts, Writing Test. will affect the
way essays are scored and com-
bined with the multiple-choice
portion of the test. "In the past,
candidates who know their gram-
mar, but had difficulty expressing
themselves in writing could lever-
age a poor essay with excellent
performance on the multiple-
choice. To pass the new Writing
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"Nearly 60 years ago," says
Auchter, "the GED Tests created a
. revolution by making possible for
people who had gained high
school academic skills and knowl-
edge outside of the traditional
classroom to document their abil-
ity. We've entered an age where
the ability to find and use infor-
mation is becoming more impor-
.tant than the ability to merely
Sown it. By reflecting the changing
needs of society, the GED Tests
retain their value to the individual
and to educational, business, and
trade organizations as an author-
itative measure of high school-
level skills and knowledge."
Persons who need informa-
tion about GED testing policies in
Gulf County or assistance with
testing center locations should
telephone the Gulf County Adult
School at 227-1744.
GED Test to Be
Given Sept. 5th
If you've been putting off tak-
ing the GED test. you shouldn't
procrastinate any longer. The cur-
rent version of the GED Test will
no longer be given after
December. Starting in 2002. there
wvill be a new test that is reported
to be more difficult.
The GED will be given on
September 5th. at the Gulf
County Adult School. Go and reg-
ister and begin preparing. They
offer tutorial help in all five areas
of testing, math, language, social
studies, science and writing.
Testing will begin promptly at
8:30 a.m., ET, Wednesday,
September 5th. Registration will
be held currently through 12:00
noon on Wednesday, August
29th. at the Gulf County Adult
School, ask for Merrie Christie or
Donna Burch. Registration fee is
S45 cash or money orders only.
They offer GED preparation
along with their regular adult
education program. You will need
to remediate pnor to taking the
test. Go in now to enroll.


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that Indian Pass, Money Bayou
and east of Cape San Bias sur-
vived the storms.
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bright indoor lights are off during
this hatching season.
It is also an appreciated
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Vietnam Veterans Memorial to be
established in Apalachicola.
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local and state officials and
toured several proposed sites in
hopes of selecting the most suit-
able site for the project.
Apalachicola has become the
first site in the nation to receive
permission to duplicate the Three
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factors to consider for a project of
this magnitude...we're just proud
that they want it here."
The Apalachicola project will
include not only the statue but all
-necessary park infrastructure
and landscaping and is expected
to cost approximately $1.5 million
to create. The Statue project is
intended to represent the entire
Southeast and it is anticipated
the statue will become a focal,
point for people throughout the
Southeast to visit and be remind-
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women who served during the
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The Vietnam. Veterans
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social studies curriculum begin-
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memorial of this magnitude will
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cational, module, which also
includes a learning website, into
our classes to help educate our
children about this era and its
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F The Truth About The Bush

Discount Card
On July 12, President Bush announced the launch of his Medicare-endorsed prescription drug
discount card during a Rose Garden ceremony. We and thousands of independent community phar-
macists across the country are opposing this proposal; not because we don't want seniors to get the assistance
they need in purchasing prescription drugs; but because we believe this plan holds nothing for seniors but false
hope.
This card is not insurance. It does not provide seniors with meaningful access to prescription drugs. It does
not provide seniors with access to the vital professional services pharmacists offer, which help seniors take their
medications properly. Seniors take more prescription drugs than any other segment of our population. They need
the expertise of their community pharmacist more than any other population group.
There is a very real possibility that seniors will find there no real discounts on the drugs prescribed
by physicians, their pharmacy does not participate in the plan, or that the plan requires them to take a different
medicine than the one prescribed by their physician.
Community pharmacies like this one will bear all of the- financial burden for these alleged discounts.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson has estimated the discounts will range from "15 to 25
percent or more." The average independent community pharmacy in this country is already operating on razor-
thin margins and cannot possibly absorb discounts of this magnitude.
After all, drug manufacturers, which account for nearly 80 percent of the cost of prescription drugs, bear
none of the financial burden created by this so-called discount program.
The administration says rebates from the manufacturers will help fund the cost of the proposal. The truth
is these discount cards have been in existence for years and community pharmacies like this one have yet to see
one penny of rebate money. If the rebates don't make it to the pharmacy, there are no savings to be passed on to
the consumer.
These discount programs do not work. They have been out-lawed in more than a half dozen states and
abandoned in many others.
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of prescription drugs. We support the provision of a true Medicare pharmacy benefit-a real insurance program
that provides coverage for the prescription drugs and professional ser.;ces seniors need. We believe seniors
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The Port St. Joe Sharks and
the Wewahitchka Gators get the
2001 football season underway
this week, as both teams
participate in preseason games.
The Sharks will host Greensboro,
who defeated them 12-7 in last
season's region semi-finals, at
7:30 ET. All tickets are $5.00. The
Gators host Sneads in the pre-
season kick-off classic at 7:00 CT
Friday night.
Port St. Joe returns only four
starters on defense and three
offensively from last year's team
that went 9-3. The Sharks, which
lack the skilled positions that
they have had in the past few
years, are under the reins of new
head coach John Palmer.
'We just have to worry about
getting better, and not what our
opponents are doing." said Coach
Palmer. "We need to execute our
offense and defense this week,
and get ready for the regular
season."
Starting Offense
Tackle- Brian Bizek
Tackle- Aaron Richards
Guard-, John Patrick Floyd

Earnest Williams
Signs With Yuba

Junior College
Earnest Williams, a 2001
graduate of Wewahitchka High
School, signed a national letter of
intent and is now playing football
.for Yuba Junior College in
Sacramento, California. Williams
is projected to be' the starting
nose guard for Yuba this season.
Earnest graded out- 88
:-'percent for the season at
defensive tackle for the Gators. He
had 51 total tackles, three
quarterback sacks, and 15
tackles for a loss. He was also
named Co-Defensive Player of the
Year for the District.
"Earnest is a great kid," said
Wewahitchka head coach Grant
Grantham. "He is a better kid
than he is a football player, and
was a pleasure to have on our
team. Coach Hoal (Yuba JC) said
that Earnest has one: of best
personalities and character of any
kid he has coached."

Hal Walker Catches

$1,500 31.85 Pound
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Wins Third Annual
Florida Catfish Classic
The third annual Florida
Catfish Classic was the largest yet
with 277 fishermen boarding 163
boats at Gaskin Park landing last,
Friday afternoon seeking thou-
sands of dollars worth of cash
prizes.
Hal Walker, of Bristol, was the.
big winner at this year's event.
Hal not only won first place with a
31.85 pound flathead, he also
brought home third place with a
29.84 pound flathead, won $250
for the largest boat average during
the tourney, and $600 for win-
ning the total cumulative weight
tournament combined from the
Blountstown, Bristol, and
Wewahitchka tournaments. The
first place flathead paid $1,500
and third place paid $750.
Jamie Johns took second
place ($1,000) in the flathead divi-
sion with a 30.03 pound cat. Jody
Parish won fourth ($500) catching
a 25.59 pound fish and Shane
Johnson won $200 for fifth place
with a 23.77 pound fish.
In the channel cat division,
Bradley Flowers (Bristol) caught a
7.45 pound fish to take home
$1,000. Eddie George and Boo
Morris tied for second and third
place to win $625 each with 6.03
pounds of fish.
Ricky O'Bryan won fourth
place at 5.95 pounds to take $400
in prize money. James John land-
ed a $250 5.29 pound channel cat
to take fifth place.
The tournament was spon-
sored by Wewahitchka Search
and Rescue and the Wewahitchka
Employees' Club. During the
event, the Wewahitchka Library
Committee also sponsored the
Catfish Festival at Lake Alice
Park. Both events were tremen-
dclous successes for the associated
non-profit organizations.


Guard- 'ken Peak
Center--Tyler Weimorts
Tightend- Matt Dailey
Quarterback- Chase Millender
Split End- Isaiah Jenkins
Right Half- Jarrell Showers
Full Back- Rashed Brown
Left. Half- Brad Ray
Starting Defense
Tackle- Alex Richards
Tackle--Adam Richards
Defensive End- Ken' Peak
Defensive End- Brian Bizek
Inside LB-- John Patrick Floyd
Inside LB- Nick Reynolds
Outside LB- Corey Butler .
Outside LB- Rashed Brown
Corner- Stephen Gaddis
Corner- Ray Bailey
Safety- Isaiah Jenkins
Wewahitchka returns six
starters on offense and defense
from last year's team that went 6-
5. The Gators will be strong this
season in the back field,
returning two of their top rushers
(Harold Williams and Myron
Vann) along with quarterback
Brandon Jones.
'We have a tough schedule
this season, and probably one of'
the toughest ever," said head
coach Grant Grantham. 'We're
looking forward to start playing.
We have 12 seniors on the team.
and hopefully it will be a
successful season for them."


Starting Offense
Left Tackle- Blake Rish
Left Guard- James Destifino
Center- Andrew Lassiter
Right Guard- Chris Nelson
Right Tackle- Wesley Colvin
Quarterback- Brandon Jones
Wing Back- M.ron Vann
Wing Back- Chris Gainer
Full Back- Harold Williams
Wide Receiver- Derrick Williams
Wide Receiver- Byron Jones
Starting Defense
Tackle- Terrence Addison
Tackle- Terry Myers
Defensive End- Andrea Williams
Defensive End- Harold Williams
Middle LB- Chris Nelson
.Middle LB- Myron Vann
Outside LB--- Derrick Williams
Outside LB- Ryan Baker
Corner- Byron Jones ,
Corner- Chris Gainer
,Safety- Hunter Nunnery

Championship Tees
The Port St. Joe High School
track team will be selling 2001
State Championship t-shirts this
Friday night at the Sharks' foot-
ball game in an effort to raise
funds to purchase the team memr-
bers' championship rings. The-
cost of each shirt is only $10.
Anyone wishing to make a:
donation can contact, Coach:
Vernon Eppiriette at 229-8251.


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parents Ernest Williams, Sr. and Ernestine Williams, WHS head
coach Grant Grantham and assistant coach Alex Adams.

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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2001 PAGE 1B



Allen Cox and Karen Green


Are Named to GCCC Board


Gov. Jeb Bush announced
the appointments of Allen Cox o
Gulf County and Karen Green o
Bay County to the District Board
of Trustees of Gulf Coas
Community College. Cox replace
Ralph Roberson, and Green
replaces trustee Lillie Rice. Boti
Roberson and Rice have served
two full terms.
GCCC President Bol
McSpadden said, "We will mis
the ongoing, significant contribu
tions of Mrs. Rice and Mr
Roberson, but it's always exciting
to work with new and old friends
whose roles at the college is sub
stantially intensified as trustees.
He continued, "Gulf Coas
has been blessed throughout its
existence with trustees who hav
vision, integrity, commitment,
deep understanding of the com
munities we serve and experts
in areas critical to the success o
this college. Ms. Green and Mi
Cox continue that extraordinary
standard."
S: Cox is the president amn
owner of James A. Cox &
Associates, which provides
healthcare management support
*.services to private companies and
medical practices.
Cox & Associates also pro
vides business development sup
port to start-up and growth-stag
healthcare companies and han
dles real estate development
Investment and construction.
"I'm excited about the oppor
tunity to participate in providing,
educational resources for the citi
zens of Bay, Gulf and Franklin
counties. I am proud that I wa
invited to' be part of the heritage
and history of accomplishment o
Gulf Coast Community College,
Cox said.
Active in the First United
Methodist Church of Port St. Joe
he has also served on the High
Skill, High Wage Council of th
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grade students August 23rd.
Each child will be given a copy of
his/her score to bring home and.
g the original will be mailed to par-
n ents.
Ls All current 11th. grade stu-
e dents were part of the FCAT test-
f ing in March of 2001. The origi-
nal FCAT scores received in May
by these students were partial
d scores which did not include the
'performance items. Scores have
h nriow been released which are a
he combination of the Sunshine
e State Standard scores received in
May and the Performance Scores
which were recently released
This combination score is the
score which determines if a child
earned a passing score in reading
and mathematics in order to com-
ply with one of the requirements
for receiving a regular high school
diploma.
On August 14. 2001. the
State Board of Education set the
.10th grade passing score ,or the
FCAT at 287 for reading and 295
for mathematics for students who
took the test in the spnng of
2001.
Please look at the scale scores
on your child's score report to see
whether your child has attained
this score. Any student who has
not met the score set for either
portion of the test will have a total
of six opportunities to earn a
passing score prior to graduation
and will receive assistance in spe-
cific areas 'of math.and reading to
improve their proficiency in those
areas.
The FCAT scores approved by
the State Board of Education
reflect expected grade 10 reading
and math skills as defined by the
Sunshine State Standards. These
standards have been developed to
represent what students should
know and be able to do in general
subject areas at each grade level
in order to be prepared to move
into the next grade and achieve a
high school diploma.
Any questions which you
have should be directed to the
school your child attends or to
Catherine Barfield, Testing
Coordinator at 229-6940.
SIX FACTS ABOUT FCAT


ported the Critical Jobs Initiative
of the GCCC Citizen Leadership
Institute; was a founding member
of the Gulf Coast Little League
Football League and sponsor of
various' youth teams; was a
founding, member and past presi-
dent of the Gulf Coast Seminole
Club; and has been very active in
Rotary International, Cub Scouts,
Boy and Girl Scouts and Friends
of the Gulf County Library.
Green has been actively
involved with both the college and
the community. She is currently
Vice President of the Gulf Coast
Community College Foundation
and is active in both the Bay Point
Women's Club and the Bay Point
Community Association. She
organized and chaired the com-
mittee to establish Rick Seltzer
Park.
Her other community work
includes the Junior Service
League, American Red Cross, PGA
Tour Wives Association, American


Heart Association, United
Cerebral Palsy, St. Jude's
Children's Hospital, "Make' a
Wish" Foundation, Art
Dimensions Program in Bay
District Schools, Rollins College
Foundation and St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church.
Green said, Through my 25
years in Bay County, I have
returned to the college for contin-
uing education, cultural events,
civic events and intellectual stim-
ulation. I'm honored to be select-
ed by the Governor and Cabinet
to serve as a trustee of the col-
lege. I will work diligently to pre-
serve and enhance this wonderful
college that is a bedrock of our
community."
A former manager of flight
attendants for what is now
Northwest Airlines, Green is. the
owner and designer of Karen
Green Interiors, an interior deco-
rating firm.


1. Students have six opportu-
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grade 10 and their scheduled
graduation date.
2. The percentage of students
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takes increases by about 50%
each time. Therefore, over the
course of six tries, it is expected
that over 98% of the students will
earn a passing score by their
scheduled graduation date.

3. The FCAT is just one of the
requirements. for graduation from
a Florida public high school.
Students must also make passing
grades in core curriculum classes
and an overall 2.0 GPA. which are
reflected in the Sunshine, State
Standards and statewide assess-
ment material.
4. The cut score for the
.statewide assessment reflects
grade 10 skills in reading.and
mathematics as defined by the
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5. The FCAT is based on the
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professionals.
6. The original recommended
passing scores were distributed to
districts in December 2000.


WHS Class of

'96 Reunion
Attention all 1996 graduates
of Wewahitchka High School,
friends and family: ;the planning
stages of the fifth year class
reunion are at hand.
Anyone with any ideas, sug-
gestions or contact information of'
any graduates, please call Jason
Fisher at 639-9794 or e-mail at
wewagrad96@aol.com
The dates of the reunion are
set to coincide with this year's
Homecoming weekend which falls
on October 19 and 20.


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PAGE.2B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2001



Investing For Tax-Free Income With Municipal Bonds


Andy Wilkinson is a Financil
Advisor with Prudential Secunues"
in the Destin, Pensacola offices,
and can be contacted at 1-866-.
715-4793 or email andy_wilkin,'
son@prusec.com


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can't co
This ac
tant w
fixed in
basis o
things
much
much t
Coi
example
coupon
munici]
ty and
6% cot
corporal
est rate
more a
is it?
Bolt
which
interest
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income
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state,
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At


How to Compare Taxable Equivalents
the old saying goes, you income is generally free of federal determine the appropriate
)mpare apples to oranges. income tax and usually free of income tax bracket. The
Vice is especially impor- state and local income tax for res- the yield of the municip
'hen evaluating various idents of the issuing state. into this formula:
come investments on the The income on some munic- Tax Free Yield div
)f yield. One of the key ipal bonds may subject certain 1.00 miTus Federal tax
to compare is not how taxpayers to the federal Taxabe Equivalenus Fnt Yield
investors earn,- but how Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT). Taxable Equicalent Yield
hey keep after taxes. Also remember yields and market Using the abote exam
lsider this hypothetical value will fluctuate so that your tax-free yield of the mi
e: a corporate bond with a investment, if sold prior to matu- bond is 6%, and let's assu
of 8% and. a comparable rity, may be worth more or less federal marginal income
pal bond of similar maturi- than its original cost. is 31% or .31. Thus, the e
credit quality that carries a Municipal bonds usually would look like this:
ipon.; At first glance, the carry a lower coupon than taxable 6% divided by 1.00 -.
ite bonds 2% higher inter- bonds because of the benefit of divided by .69 to equal 8.
makes it appear to be the this income tax exemption. According to this calc
attractive investment. But Therefore. the answer as to the 60 municipal bond
which bond is best for investors compare to a taxable bond
th investments are bonds, requires a comparison of the tax- 8.7%. Therefore, in our e
means they have fixed able equivalent .i'eld (TEY} of the based, .on. a comparison
t rates, payment dates and two investments, based on their. alone, the municipal bond
ty dates. 'However, the personal income tax rate. bly would be a better mv
-" from most corporate A simple equation can help than the.8% corporate bo
is fully taxable by federal, compare the tax-free yield of a Of course, the higher
and local authorities: municipal bond to that of a tax- rate, the more advanta
is, most municipal bond able bond. The first step is. to, can be to invest in tax-fre
And the above iillstrati

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federal
n, plug
al bond

ided by.
rate =

iple, the;
unicipalt
ume the
tax rate
equation

31 = .06
7%... .
culation,
I would'
yield of
example,
of yield
i proba-
-estment
nd.
r the tax.
geous it
e bonds.
on does
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his is an
on for
high-tax
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,tate and
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Au~t^h.


Il'
Andy Wilkinson
Financial Advisor


Sometimes ,it is 'helpful to,
reverse the comparison to see
what a taxable bond vill yield in
-comparison ',to similar tax-free
bonds. in which case the following
equation may be used:
Tax Free Yield = Taxable Yield
x 11.00 minus federal tax rate)
Lsing the above example, the
equation would look like this:
Tax Free Yield = S-; x (1.00 -
.31) or .OS x .69 = .055. or 5.50%
Thus. the tax-free equivalent
of an 8''o corporate bond would be
a municipal bond Yielding 5.59%..
If an investor is in a higher feder-
al tax bracket. or includes state
and local taxes in the calculation.
the tax-free equivalent of the cor-
porate bond will be even lower.
We have looked at lust one


typical comparison. It is impor-
tant to remember that tax-free
municipal bonds are not auto-
matically the best choice. One
consideration it depends on is an
individual's own personal tax rate
and how that tax rate is likely to
change over the life of the invest-
n-iernt.
Also, there are other consid-
eratioins when evaluating bonds,
including price, maturity and
risk. IConsulting with a qualified
financial advisor will help
investors to understand :more.
fully and compare various invest-
ments.


Are Your Investments Down?

Call me for a complimentary

portfolio review, I can come to you.


Andy Wilkinson, Financial Advisor,
Prudential Securities Financial Destin, Pensacola


4476 Legendory Drive, Destin, FL 32451
Toll-free: 1-866-715-4793 or
E-mail:andy wilkinson@prusec.com


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Opportunity! S315,000 MLS'19836 Contact Ellen Alle- Port St. Joe 1502 Long Avenue Th. is a 38a', i B home
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l r.,Centrally locaoed near ichoo. and Ihe downion area
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Established commercial property almost contiguous
to Arvidn's first water Iront development in Gulf
County this motel hat hiemendout polen-al lor a
business and/or a capitol n.elmrrenil he pariculart
are 10 uni ww/3 alt Ihe unii klchenete S599,000.
MLS#9383...
LOT LISTINGS
CAPE SAN BLAS
Treasure Bay #7 Sand Bar Drive. 573,500.
MLS#6456
Secluded Dunes, Lot S. The Bluffs. 5159,900.
MLS#9255
100 Secluded Dunes Dr. 5199,900. MLS#5330
TBA Westwind Dr. S119,900. ML59621
Cape San Bias $29,500. MLS#2596
1 Parkside Circle. S75,000. MLS#6902
Bay View C-30, s7 Sand Bar Dr,ne S73,500. Con-
tact Bill Peevy. MLS#6456.
Interior, MLS#6902 Park ii de C.rcle 75,000, Elva
Peden.
Interior Lot, MtLSe5327 Cape Sanr Blat Rd
$89,900.
Interior, MLtS6528. Secluded Dune; D.-,e
S$129,900.
Interior Lot. M.tS#e956 Cape San Bias Rd
11 10.000 Susie White.
Interior Lot, r.lSE5332 Secluded Dunes Drn.e
S 109,900.
1st Tier, t m.r808i S Hrar.-,er : Lane li,19 900 Susie
White.
1st Tier, MLStS 335.i 100 Secluded Dur.e: Dr.
S 179.900.
SIMMONS BAYOU
ML5u6036, 6033, 6Q29, 6037: 6034, 6035, Coun,
try Club Drive, 555,000 each.
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Indian Pass Lot 53 Hwy. C-30. $68,000. MLS#i6968
Indian Pass Lot 54 Hwy. C-30. $69,000.
MLS#6969Lagoon .Front, t:.6LS6968, Lol, 53 .HyiN
C30 $68,000
Lagoon Front, ,.sLS6969 toI 55 HjY, C3,
569,000
MLS#2599, H.v C 30. S69.900. |
MLS#2600. h-*,- C-30 5129.500.
ML2601, ,,, C.30 S159,500..
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Io gulld a 4. BR home 5.0'xl'uS' largest. beach .,e
lois on Ihe beach' $225,000 each.
MLS#6921, 51 toe beach Sanma cnna Siree?
S34,900. Susie White
PORT ST JOE
Commercial lots on Hwy. 71 beside Wewa State
Bank. S70.000.
Commercial lots on Hwy. 71 across from the Post
Office, S59.500.
Commercial Property 2 I 2 la. locar.-i c.n ,he cor
ner ol Re.d ..enue and H* 'I S244.600. Call Ani-
tra Norton for more information
Bay View. M.Sai539o 9o., 9650, Hwy ?
$175,000.
Interior, Ward Ridge, MLS#6883, Garrison Aye,
$280,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
4 lots 400'x150'. Call Susie White. $24,506.
MLS#8144.
MLS#5223, North Of Wewa, Idlewood Drive, $9,900
MLS#4486, Dogwood Ave., $14,900.
Interior, MLS#5989, 6557, Lot 36, 37, Betty Rae Dr.,
$17,000 each, Bill Peevy.
Interior, MLS#6881, Dolkieth, Hwy 381-A, $60,000.
Interior, MLS#6879, Dalkieth, 381-A, $78,000. i
MLS#5988, Dalkieth, Mace Martin Rd., $89,900,
Anitra Norton.
MLS#5506, 6000 Dalkieth Rd., $64,500. -
OVERSTREET
Interior, MLS # 9581, Overstreet, Sunshine Rd., 4.7
acres, S40.500, Patricia Roan


asMEis siftsS Al I wio IB o-.
120 Barbara Drive.- Port St 'Joe 4 BR/'2BA A brick
home Large 'greol room .,,ih Ireplace ,154,900.


I
* 92 Hwy 98, Mexico Beach-- Beautiful Sunsets and
Greal Living! acrost Iror. dedicaed beach .-ih u.-'ob
:iiucred 9alf .,~e-l Large '21 ore cuilam built brick
home ...h pe.-.o.oIalit oln- 5 loh- 4; BR/3-5' B'A
approx 3532 .q h of liing orea Large dck,. Flori-
da room huge oatlched garage S629,000.00.
MLS#9252. Contacl Ellen Allemore


111 E & F 1st St., Mexico Beach. Duplex on corner lot
-'One of a kind One houie between duplex and hghi
way ihen beach 2 BR/1BA up.lair: A.it. 2 d clk lor gulf
ve.v 2BR/IBA downsi'air rnilh gulf ,9ve 'deck
5249,000. MLS#9253. Contact Ellen Allemore.


S .-..- -- "'AU : .-7 '"-. -" w74
225 8th Street SBR '2BA -' bonus .oom and a large
open k.lchen. Ih,: houie sis on a 77' 170' lot rhaii i onl>
one block front Ihe bay ir. Port Si Joe The home is priced
at S104,900 or may be purchased with the adjacent lot
that is next door for S154,800. The lot may be sold sep-
arate for only S49,900. MLS#9924.


"o lw i i .a. .r m
Port St. Joe 3 bR. 2 5 8ah im maculale custom bull
home near -chools ord canmunr1 college MLS*9979,


FIXER-UPPER 3BR.'I,6 Home need inmee.or oark Con-
.enieni locarior, on 3rd and v.'oodard MLS "9690
$49,500 Contact Preston Russ
i~n '1~~* .


,342 Coronado Sreet at. Joe eeacn Lg. J.tB/JDA nOme
,on 2 75'xl 50' lois (150'xl50') 1000 i aof decks on 2nd
'and 3rd levels wih all BR having access to o.r, deck area
Ground le,el offers mar,/ opions.apaormeni game room,
ollice ,ilth staroge 1150 *- approx lorl 1I. lusl under
3000 $159,000. MLS#9430. Contact Ellen Allemore.
._ .s ..


9217 Auger Ave. Beacon Hill -3 BR/IBA One block
from beach $124,900.00 MLS r9343. Call Linda Ulm
for more information.


Bay Front 1953 CR C-30. 3BR/2BA, 1594 sI home
sils on approx 1 3 acres overlooking Ithe pisline SI.
Joe Bay Properly has boal bas-n proidng bay access
ro some of ihe be!t i sh.ng 'n Flonrda! Call Patricia
Raap at 648-5683 ext. 11. ML5S6290. $495,000.


743 Jones Homestead Road Ths home as recenil,
remodeled i.1 1096 ., h man, impio.oemeri. :uch aot ne- New Gulf Front Home with Bay Access 3BR.'3BA ,rih
,d,.nq -,ndoas floor.ng roo.ng: and much mr.'e This hardwood floors beber care. lully turnrshed Board-
.IBR 2B, horne io on an o.erszed Io, ,i-h oer, nce *alk to Beach and deeded Bay access 5515,000. MLS
laoidscapir.g MLS#9816 S166,000. Call Susie White. #9646 ; .


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$48,500, MLS # 9613. Call Patricia Roap at 648-5683
Intracoastal Waterway, MLS # 9261, Overstreet, Roberts
Landing Rd., 35.9 acres, $199,000, Patricia Raap.
Interior, MLS#6624, Wewahitchka, Welappo Drive,
$11,800, Patricia Raap.
Interior, MLS#6157, 6154, 6156, 6060, 6155, Lot 5, 2,
4, 1, 3, Long Street, $12,900 each.
ln.,;e ,k As OQ1o-I c;M-k !nnp i 1 71(. linda Ulm.


GREAT GULF VIEW. Gared commun.ri llh pool Very
shortly -al o beach Ie only 2 Bedroom unt ,n Seaclifls
located on the number one beach in continental US next
to State Park. MILS #9851, $229,000 Contact Preston
Russ
Interior, MLS#8036, Quarter Horse Laone, $21,000, Bren-
da Miller.
Interior, MLS#6097, Wewahitchka, Hwy. 386, $195,500,.,


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Brighton By The Sea Beaurilul gull honr home -/ 3
decksl FEMA available 6132 Hwy C-30, Call Anitra
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2001 PAGE 3B


I*PBLC OTCE


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0001-45
The Gulf County Board of County Commitssloners
will receive sealed bids from any person. company or
corporation, Interested In providing the following
goods/service:
One (1) New 10-foot Flex Wing Rotary
Mower, with Right Wing
Specifications can be obtained from the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000 Cecil G. Costin. Sr.
Blvd.. Room 148, Port St. Joe. FL 32456. (850)229-
6113.
Bid price to Include delivery, and the delivery date
must be specified. Liquidated damages of $50.00 per
day will be assessed for each day goods remain
undelivered.
Questions should bedlirected to Gulf County Road
Department Superintndent Bobby Knee at (850)
639-2238.
Please indicate on the envelope that this Is a
SEALED BID and include the BID NUMBER.
Bids will be received until Monday,
September 10, 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
By: /s/ Nathan Peters, Jr., Chairmatn
Attest: /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham. Clerk
2tc. August 23 and 30. 2001. -

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING BONDS TO FINANCE SINGLE
FAMILY MORTGAGE PROGRAM
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS of
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA will conduct a public
hearing on the' proposed issuance by the Bay
County Housing Finance Authority individually (the
"Bay Authority"), or Jointly with another Florida
Housing Finance Authority, or solely by another
Florida Housing Finance Authority of single family


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.'^ sell @ 5179,900.00.


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J Resort Realty



St. Joseph Bay Office

1520 C.R. C-30, Port St. Joe, FL 32456

850-227-1100


877-808-1630


mortgage revenue bonds In an aggregate principal
amount not exceeding $50,000,000 to be held on
Monday. September 10, 2001 at 5:15 p.m.,_E.T. or
as soon thereafter as such matter may be heard at
their meeting room in the Robert M. Moore
Administration Building at the Gulf County
Courthouse Complex In Port St. Joe. Florida.
Proceeds of such bond Issue will be used to
finance the purcfiase of single family residences to
be occupied primarily by first-time home buyers of
moderate, middle or lesser Income within Gulf
County or various other counties In the State of
Florida.
All interested parties are Invited to present
their comments at the time and place set forth
above.
Persons are advised that If they decide to
appeal any decisions made at this hearing, they will
need a record of the'proceedings, and for such pur-
poses, they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the,
appeal is to be based. The needs of hearing or visu-
ally Impaired persons shall be met if the Adthority
sponsoring the meeting Is contacted -.aieaSt 48
hours prior to the public hearing and special meet-
Ing by any person wishing assistance.
The BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
of GULF COUNTY will als. r,..I.i-a mecurn :..r.
September l0 2001 at the bt.r-. l,canri I, ,medi
ately following the Public Hearing to discuss such'
matters as the Authority deems appropriate.
For further Information, contact Nevin
Zimmerman, County Attorney for rie 6 .i.ur.riis
221 McKenzie Avenue, Panama City, Florida 32401.
Telephone Number (850) 769-1414.
NATHAN PETERS; JR ,
CHAIRMAN, GULF COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
2tc, August 23 and 30, 2001.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The City of Wewahltchka Board of Commissioners
will hold a PUBLIC HEARING AND FINAL READ-
ING OF ORDINANCE on Monday, September 10,
2001 at 6:45 PM CT to consider adoption of an ordi-
nance with the following title:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
WEWAHITCHKA PROVIDING FOR THE
LEVY OF A TAX ON THE PURCHASE OF
NATURAL GAS IN THE CITY OF
WEWAHITCHKA, PROVIDING FOR THE
COLLECTION OF THE TAXES AND THE
DISPOSITION OF THE MONEYS COL-
LECTED THEREFORE; REQUIRING
THE SELLERS OF NATURAL GAS TO
KEEP RECORDS FOR INSPECTION BY
THE CITY OF WEWAHITCHKA OR ITS
DULY AUTHORIZED AGENTS; AND
PRESCRIBING PENALTIES FOR THE
VIOLATION OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The Ordinance In its entirety may be inspected.at
the Office of the City Clerk during regular business
hours. 7:00 am 4:00 pm CT, Mon.-Fri. All Interest-
ed parties may appear at the meeting to be heard
with respect to this proposed Ordinance.
Jerri Linton
City Clerk
2tc. August 23 and 30.,2001.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The City of Wewahitchka Board of Commissioners
will hold a PUBLIC HEARING AND FINAL READ-
ING OF ORDINANCE on Monday. September 10.
2001 at 7:00 FM ,-'. Y to nirider rdrpu.i.r ouf an ,:,ra-
nance with the ilh,.t.ing utle
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA. RELATING
TO OFFENSES AND MISCELLANEOUS
PROVISIONS: PROVIDING FINDINGS
OF FACT: PROVIDING FOR THE REGU-
LATION OF SMOKING AT CERTAIN
CITY OWNED PROPERTY DURING
YOUTH ORIENTED EVENTS: PROVIDE
ING FOR DEFINITIONS: PROVIDING
FOR PENALTIES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The Ordinance in Its entirety may be Inspected at
the Office of the i[t.' C.:rl; during reguisar buineis
hours, 7:00,am 4 i0.i pr, C r.(7 Mn Fri A interesa-
ed parties may app-r atl ine meielrn toI be e reewrd
with respect to tr,li prup-.-_ed Ordinanice
Jerri Linton
City Clerk
2tc, August 23 and 30,.2001.

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850-227-2000


888-227-2110


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Ave. Two warehouses, approx. 4800 sq. ft. concrete Street. Roomy,3BR/2 5BA, 2000 +/- sq. ft. home with
block construction, prime location. One rented as The sunken living room, fireplace, dining room, large mas-
Butcher Shoppe, the other currently used for storage, ter bedroom, whirlpool bath, covered porches, large
can be converted to office/retail. $261,500. workshop. Nice corner lot location. $160,000.
MLS#10 169.' MLS#9941.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
MARTY FAYE QUINN,
Petitioner/Wife,.
and CASE NO.: 01-364-CA
WILLIE E. QUINN.
i Respondent/Husband.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Willie E. Quinn
227 Ave. D
.Port St. Joe, FL 32456
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against
you, and, that you are required to serve a copy, of
your Response or Pleading to the Petition upon the
Petitioner's attorney, Timothy J. McFarland, 326
Reid Ayenue. Port St. Joe, Florida. 32456, and file
the original Response or Pleading In the office of the
Clerh f the Circu :ii url *,on or before the 14th day
.i Septenir.er ':.:r If %ou ill to do so, a Default
Judgment r ill t-" Laien against you for the relief
S eirnandre in the PFetiuOlrn
DATE F.:rt St -.:.e Gulf County, Florida,
Inill; Ivd u '; A .:.l -,,Jgut '" .I
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ B. Downs
4tc, August 9, 16, 23, and 30, 2001.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0001-39
.T1ie CAif *.- Ir, B,.ard, ..,I rp r. io-:on;.
.'III r t :el e bid; I'r-:.n r AF,. p r: n.:ri *:arn p. ri .:.r ,:,:"
:,rstur l-irrer .- in prf.a din r. r .l..I- Iring:
Financing Fire Truck
(Dalkeith Fire Department)
$81,600.00 Annual Payments
OPTION 1:'7 YEARS
OPTION 2: 10 YEARS
Please specify estimated delivery date of funds, after
notification of bid award.
Please indicate on the envelope .that this Is a
SEALED BID and include the BID NUMBER.
Bids will be received until Monday, August
27, 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
S, Nathaan Feters .I- Chairman
Attest: /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham, Clerk,
2tc, August 16 and 23, 2001.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0001-40
The Gulf Counr, Board of County Commlsiloner-
ilh rceie bl.a h-Iarr. an', person cwmpan:, oi r :or.
puctauon imerenld inn prou.Iding me ollniO, e i
Financing Fire Truck (Highland View
Fire Department) Approximately
S140.000.00 "* Annual Payments 5 Years
Fleaje zpeci e.uT, aed ,dcl ie'I(r date .:4I"lund; -ter
nrOLlilcaun ofi bid a.aria
Pleai e Indicate on, tne envelope that this I. =
SEALED BID au-d include the BID NUMBER.
Bids will be received until Monday. August.
27, 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;
By: /s/ Nathan Peters. Jr.. Chairman
Attest: /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham. Clerk
2tc. August 16 and 23, 2001.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID.NO. 0001-41
The C.ull ,.:.:.unr, B.:.ard of ;:ourrn C irmiisi ,:.rners'
S.\II recel e bid I 'r:,On an.,' er-,.:.n cmpC n., or .:or-
porauon interested In pr.:,.ding th-e l.llo ing
Financing Fire Truck (White City Fire
Department) Approximately S140.000.00
Annual Payments 5 Years
FPla:e *periFj e;urfr.a del.er. .ijie of lurrn atrter
rn..ur:I uic li.n of bid .'. :rd
'lease r-oir.lcle o..r LhI eni.:,pe LhiA trl 1; i
SEALED BID .r.d ,.liUlle tirLe BID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Monday. August
27. 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 14S. Port St. Joe, FL
32456.,
'The 6. r..r3 .-e r e. 'he tight r t, r,.|e.:r n,' iid )ii
bpl
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS '
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
B-, .itrnnr Freter_ Jr -rilairihllan
.Attet.. r .,ue.1 Birrilnghm le1l.
-ic Auruit I 7 nd C 2,Ol

REQUEST FOR ARCHITECTURAL
QUALIFICATION STATEMENTS
The City of Wewabhltchka will accept
Qualification Statements" from architectural
firms to perform architectural services for
plans. specifications and Inspections for a
library to be constructed In Wewahltchka. The
Qualilcadlon Statements must be received by
noon on August 27, 2001. In the office of the
City Clerk of the City of Wewahltchka at City
Hall, 109 S. Second Street. P. O. 966.
Wewabitchka. FL 32465.
2tc. August 16 and 23. 2001.
NOTICE
The Gull'f Counry Board o,.f :,uriN t.omrmli'ir,neri
Shereby gte rotiCe p ur_:uarit ,:, Flo.r13ri aU eC
S124.02 ofCange. t- the borundaris l'-Cui Count'rY
Comrnii,-ioner DiItrlis ir, re, 1oucfldaies
desenbed as ',:lo.l "
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 1:
Beginning at the trierie:cu.an lo the center line- of
Stlae Riad No "-1 and .Jehu Road in the Ci,, 01i
W\e, hichl ha ior the Poini ul. Beginning Ut-,ence runr,
N-.rtnea.terl., rl Nortnermi) aang -he center line .of
.aid .Jehu Rc.ao to the point of termintauori of .iid
Jenu R:,ad Lthence e.niena lat line de-:ribed Norrm
I'- Ltri thread lof tne tch,-,nel t i te l'e. Arm ,I De5a
Ls3ree tnenc.e nl.l, inr i.re Ltrread of d-he rnannel of
the t. %t 'ir Ti of the Dead LaKte In ar i .ai,-eri., alr-.:'
Lion t,:. a p:.l-nt of inrteriet.-an .ith tre No:.rth o-aund.
ay line ol Se.:tion 16, T 45 F.'a thence run Eat
along the North boundary line of Sectldns 18, 17.
16, and 15 of T4S, R9W to a point of intersection
With the thread of the Apalachicola River: thence
run Southerly following the thread o6f the
Apalachlcola River to a point of Intersection with the
South boundary line of Section 14, T7S, R8W;
thence run West along the South boundary litie of
Sections 14, 165, 16 17. and 18 ofT7S, R8W, and
Sections 13, 14, 15, 16.*17, and 18 ofT7S, R9W and
SSection 13, T7S, RIOW to the Southwest corner of
Section 13, T7S, R1OW; thence run North along the
West boundary line of Sections3 13, 12, and 1 ofT7S;
R10OW and Sections 36, 25, 24, 13, 12,,and I of T6S,:


RIOW, and Sections 36, 25. 24, 13. 12, and I oft
T5S. RIOW to a point of Intersection with the center
line of County Road No. 386; thence run Easterly
along the center line of said County Road No. 386 to
the point of Intersection with the center line of State
Road No. 71; thence run North following the center
line of said State Road No. 71 to the POINT OF
BEGINNING.

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO.2:
Beginning at the Intersection of the center lines of
State Road No. 71 and Jehu Road in the City of
Wewahitchka for the Point of Beginning; thence run
Northeasterly and Northerly along the center line of
said Jehu Road to the point of termination of said
Jehu Road; thence extend last line described North
to the thread of the channel of the West Arm of Dead
Lakes; thence following the thread of the channel of
the West Arm of the Dead Lakes In an Easterly direc-
tion to a point of Intersection with the North bound-
ary line of Section 18. T4S. R9W: thence run East
along the South boundary line of Sections 7. 8, 9.
and 10 of T4S. R9W to a point of Intersection with
the thread of the Apalachicola River: thence, run
Northerly following the thread of the Apalachicola
River to the point of intersection with the Gulf-
Calhoun County line; thence run West following said
County line to a point of Intersection with the Bay
County line, the same being the Northwest corner of
Section 30, T3S, Rl 1W; thence run South following
the Gulf-Bay County line Southwest corner of
Section 7, T6S, R11W; thence run East along the
,uith ,.:.unoarr, iInre .f eci -r i 10, 11. and
i2. l,'S FIt.. ..id 5.:;.:,n9- 8 9 1 and 11 of
Te" F I'.'. I[: ithe t uo.rie5t c :,n.r u01t Se';1. I I
1.':, FP l:r.,' it n:e runr :.rtin alo.rn the E7.:it- unr d
ar, line ..It ,. :t:in t I rad n d of T6',S R10W and
?,:,:lk -l1 :"1 : 14 II :.d -",l T 'S., RIOW to
.5 f1-lr. r:.l jrner r-.:ioni I'r .I-.: (enter ilr,. of County
r joad ,: ienr,:e run Erstier., lc-., the center
i-, ,:, ,:ai, C:.unr., RoaJ N: V1 6 tc. r.e point of
internectit.O,,. iI, rne center line ;.i State. F:ad fl.
7 rr-ence rcun Jlhirt l. lol,.ing the rien r line, .:I aid
Sir te F,-..:. I.:. 71 to the FOINrT OF B- i rC.,IN C.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 3:
Beglnnihg at a point of the Gulf-Bay.County line.
said fpoin tletirng tie j:rih.P -:L c.,rm er ,,i- r:(eitin I .i
T6S, F. I I lor iree F:-Int ci u eiinrnir. thence rur.
East alonr di te i ,r:.-, r .i:,, u ri r., line ,.,I' 5 i.: it ,-a
17, l I1 I 'S i4 n, l I T- F, i '.' Ij rri, n i,:I n i',
17, I. i f ic i 14 ...i r: t IF I.. .r ihe Nr ,nrthe-i
.:.:.rner of Se.'ction 14 iTi Ri,'..' tihenr,: run South
ii-glh the Eau bt.undar, line .I Se:ir.n; 14. 23, 26,
ar.- it ,:.t IT5 R.i.,v a.n ier.lK-:,n- 2 1 1 14.;and 23
,:l. I': F. 1w tol rne -uiheast corrn-r i. Section 23;
T'-5 110'VO' nenc'e run \t..t al.:na the South
t.:.undr, line .:.I Sectl,-, --J 22 -1 '-ui and 19 of
T7S. R10W and Section 24, T7S. Rl 1W to a point
where the center line of the Gulf County Canal inter-
sects the South line of Section 24, T7S. RI 1W:
thence run Southwesterly following the center line of
said Gulf County Canal to the point of Intersection
with the Easterly shore line of St. Joseph Bay.;
thence run I. rtheri, allowing g the Easterly shore
line of St Joseph Ba., and the Gulf of Mexico to a
point of ir, i.rectiuor, n.n the Gulf-Bay County line;
then.:e rur, fr.Lr al.-rg the Gulf-Bay County line to
th- r.:.rth..ea corner r .,ISection 18, T6S. Rrl1W the
F-,iiT r"f BEGCII-irtlrr.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 4:
Beginrrirg lt U-,e pint ., here the .:rrilcr line ofthe
GuIl' Counr, Cu-ral iD.;rtcSrtS C lth the Easterly
,hore line rl St .i.:.eiph Bay for the Point of
BEginning trenc:e run Southerly following the
E trl: shore Iin,.,:. f d St. Joseph Bay to a point
of Intersection with the South boundary line of the
City of Port St. Joe; thence run Easterly and
Northerly follo,,ineg the ouuih bt. undar, line of ithie
City of Port, S: Joe t:. trne point of ritere.:u-.on r ith
the center line oI Longri ernue in the ir., .:f Portn i
Joe; thence run ritr eirlo, lion ithe center line .I'
said Long Avenue to the point of intersection with
the center line of Allen Memorial Way In the City of
Port St. .Joe trance run i'e- erl alonri ite :enrtlr
line of sai- .l l nJi r.leriorlal \..\a to tre pi o int Inf er.
section e %,h trLe center line o" f.luronumerri .A enue in
the City of Fon rt Joe J trE ere run rjorth-rl. alr.oia
tie rcritcr ine of a rid M,:tnurnenier A'.eu Iu the.
*p iih- li" lrilner.:e,:LIrrn ViLrt iLhe center line ,:.1 Ten[a
Street in the CIl., I Port St .ice trirr:ne run Cal ,er.,
alona the center line of : aid Tentrn, eel t:, the '.e-t
t.oundrj line .: ISect :un r, '.IS. Ri". Lrn-rn:e run
South along the West boundary line of Section 6.
T8S, RIOW t) tire S:.uLnre:ei corner of Section 6.
T8S, RIOW; thence run L ES along the South
roundari lirne :,f Seurres e *5 1 3 2 ania i of'TSS.
R1I0\'. and Sectione, T'S Rw to a point of inter-
seCtLlon ir-li the \e.n:tril, h,:,re line iof Lake V.'T|iccO
thic.-r.e run -:riutiern, lolluing Ltre S,uLierl. and
I.e-terly t-h.:.rie line 01 LaPe 'itimi:o to a. poini on thie
'iCul.Fr:rnklri L.:inpr' line tlrenrre run rEazieri .snd
IJ,-'tnerl, l-.li-.in r ire, Gull'f-Frerrklin Cui.rr tine
i which : i.tre crierir lire oI the .jacl.:on .Ri-er anj
u-ie r.enier lltne o the Apalaihihrla Ri.eri to lthe pirnl
-f inrtc-rer:eun .,nlh Lre 'rth tjoundalr% line ,f
t.i:uit:,rn 3 T-7 RSW thernce run eeit Walrong t-he
lirth bouriar., line.:. ISecuri:,ns i3 2 2'- l *Iu ind
io- T7S. R'.' .and Sectionr 24 3 22 21 2:, and
1.? T7S R5R1.' ar.a S. -:uc.n 24 T.S RIOl'.' t.the
[Jur.lir'- .,:: ...:- ier .:l' -'*Ll.r.n 24 1T- i: ,' l n.
ru i r..treut rritie Lne % i.%;I Boundaryi line 4,i S:CrU:.rc
24 T,7S fill '.' to t-rhe Srti-,,r.te :corner .-I etllourn
-4 T S RI,:V. irnenre run \\est .alonr, the rortih
tctundar, line :4' SeC.,unS r ;2; 27 27 29-. rand 30,
i7- F.tCk' rand 5o S.U:, n i. T75. RI i\\ I.:. the p,-.nt
oi Inter.Wecitln 517 lh Le center line of iue Cult
C:ur Carial Ln tence run SEaurmnee.r rotl,:- ig [re
i cierilr line ol re .id G ull'r ari C ,urj r C l .: the
F.:tl .Ir n f BE,- r jict ,
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 5:
Bennir, rnre at the poirn tl Interreceun of the center
iime -i4 Tenth 'Sueel irn Lhe i'Ir,. 0" Port St J.:.e srn Jthe
cener t line ol' Moruiuonet A er.ue Iin the Cir/ o[f F.Art
St Joe for the F'oint o Beinning ther,:e rOun
Soutnerl, along the center line of"l .Irorument A.enue
rto the point of interrecuon iLh the centerI llne If
tulen rmemi-naral \'a., in tne Cir1 laI Potn St Joe
' thence run Eateril) ilOnci te he nier lirne 1r .al
Atleri errortal \Wa% to the center, te lirne O. Lor.g
Avenue in the Cir, .-A Port t dJoe unhen.:e run
Southerl :along the center line of tal o L,:.ri .eroue
to a pontri of inter.e>tlonr ivliLh the SouLh bounrda5
line -A the City ou Pon St iJoe. Lnence run weztierly
and toulherly follr,-ing the oounoir,, line for the
Ci) otl Porn St Joe to -the indirrsieuc-n of the ouuth
Boundary Line :f ine Cir I of Pen St Jore and the
Easierl% hore line olf the St J,.uecph Ba', Tl-Tence
rurn ,Iouherl., e-terin arnd Nd:.rti-herbl. ollnwii.g tne
meanier; :.] tihe inhore lie of St Joseph BaR to a
points or, e northerly most point in the Sty oeph
F'Perrinsula including all land ra. e. ti-rihn i-,e SE
Jorseph Bay) Lnerce run in a S.uiheri direction foi-al '
Idowinrg -the shore line of the Gull of Meauco and the
St. Jo.eph Penrilnula to tne e.ireme Souiheril r.rct ;
plri orf Cape San BIas trerice run Nqorthert%, and
Eatenr., folloaIng the chore line orf the Culf of
Mecl.o to the point of itersectiuon Itlh the Cull.
Franklin .Counr, line. thence NoI'ireaslerl, alor,
the Gull-frankin Creouriy line to the print l inter.
5ecuon witth he Su:,,t-erl. and W'ezterl. rore line of
- Lahe Vamirc, o thernce run %vesterI ,' and
fiorin'-ei'erl) .iollchirg t he'Soulerl]int i ,d rv'eiterl,'
morir-e line elrf Laite inTmic to t Lhe point ot iniertecuon
wlth toe N.ord, boundary line l Secuonr, 7. T7S
R'.' ti-,hen,-:e run W'e-i along the Nrorlih burrier,y
line ol S,-':tUon 7 75 R9W and Sections 12. 1I I 0
a, ,id 7. TS. RPiW.' 1 to he lrortrdhest ,corner of
Section 7. T8S, RI0W: thence run North along the
East boundary linre of Section 1. T8S, R 11W to the
point of Intersection of the center line of Tenth Street
in the City of Port St. Joe; thence run'Westerly along
'the center line of sald Tenth Street to the POINT OF
BEGINNING.
2i, .iudgut 235 and 30, 2001,.
--i'n,, ,


aMENDED
NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS NO. 0001-42
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
will receive sealed bids from any person, compa-
ny or corporation Interested In selling the County
the following described Insurance policies:
I. Workmen's Compensation
II. Building and Contents
III. Comprehensive General Liability
IV. Automobile Insurance
V. Mobile Insurance
VI. .Ambulance Drivers and Attendants
Malpractice
VII. Public Officials Errors and Omissions
VIII. Public Employees Honesty Bond/Tax
Collector
IX. Money & Securities Bonds/Tax
Collector
X. Public Employees Honesty Bond/Clerk
of Circuit Court
XI. Money & Securities Bond/Clerk of
Circuit Court
XII. Water System Bond
XIII. Building Department Bond
Specifications can be obtained from the Office of
the Clerk of Circuit Court, Gulf C&runiv
Courthouse, 1000 Cecll'G. Costin. Sr.. El.I F.:.r
St. Joe, lr.r- :I '4. -,: : .III tbe re:r.i.cj until
5:00 p.nr r ,er,,.er 7 :":'. i in .r J.if1ice
of the Clefit-. ;,i -i".ui' ,urt T-hir .-Biear, re:er e&
the right to reject any and all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY., FLORIDA
/s/ Nathan Peters, Jr., Chairman
Attest: Douglas C. Birmingham. Clerk
Itc, August 23, 2001.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 01-168
FIRST UNION. NATIONAL BANK
Plaintiff.
vs.
STACY T. PRICE, ET AL
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the
Summary Final Judgment In Foreclosure dated 17
July, 2001, and entered in Case No. 01-168 of the
Circuit Court .of the I 4Ti .iudi. iAl Circuit in and for
GULF County,, Flcrida ,i-,eheein FIRF'T UNION
NATIONAL BANK Is riltl 1 r1and STACi T PRICE.
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ties clairiong b., Lhr,.-uch under or against the
named ',rienJarrtli l rehether living or not, and
whether said unknown parties claims as heirs.
devisees, grantees, assignees. lienors, creditors. -
trustees, or In any other capacity, claiming by.
through under or against the ruined Defennantisl
are the Defendant(s). I will seill t: the -i-gheat end
best bidder for cash at the FR.,friT LOBBN OF THE
COURTHOUSE of the GULF Counor Courthouse. in
GULF County, Florida, at l 0C0 1. M1 EST on ine 7
day of Sept.. 2001, the following descrie-ea proper, .
as set forth in said Order or Fi.tnal jutnern tto it
SEE EXHIBIT "A'"
S-ir:ei -ddaie ;- 44 ,: talpa Avenue.
l.ei nalrienr a rFLrI .I LA j2C ".
'. iTNESS I, n an :.3 arid i.e ;c ul -f the Court this 17 .
day of July. 2001.
Douglas C Birmtini anr Clerk
By /s/ Tonya Knox
.- DEr.pur., Clerk
This notice is provided, pursuant to Administrative
Order No. 2.065.
In .::,rda, rc.- : I.r nm ,tn -i'enrt: ans h i:, ibililue
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"': t 4-.rn.hlip 4 S:uir Ranrige 1 0V" l thence .
run iee t alor.ng !aiuth t,-.-.. dar/ line ,af said
:i.n :. i'r 31-02 1., lfee to 5 C..r.crete niarl.er
: ie ice .-eil rin li[ *,.- ...fl. Mir u: e Fioaed thence
Lurn rhri ao.i ruri j1 0 lert along ruod right of -i
[rr-itcetrn l krn it.' and run 171 1:I l'fEl 0 ria e I!proint
.l bejrinrir( itrence C -u)rirJe Lhi line 1or
l t, ,'- :i e, tu Eir i 'iri ri of ei 3
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arnd run r, ie5i' i'J ee[ rien:e lurn nrgnt arid runr
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26, Township 4 outi Ranrge I 11' til hence
run West aiong auLh bn.uriari linre of Sani
scCL.r- tar 3t 2 :, feet to a .ornereit barker
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turn rient anrd run i t,7S' leri along the road
rlhtL i. ay trence turn left and run I171 00i le
to t-he Frirrr C'F Bicirjtir," thence conrunue
th-l ; line fi-r l 5 1 f leer ieJtheEac'L nrigri of ayv o
pa cd rta itlhcnrrce ourrn rrl2hi and runr 75 0 feet
aleng ri-i. t trl on .L r, rerLn turi, rinnt and run
,156.0 feet.thence turn right and run 75.0 feet
to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
L AND E .
Commence at tne Souineat corner of Secution
26, Township 4 -outh. Eange 10 West thence
run West along South boundary line of said
Section 26 for 302.0 feet to a.concrete marker
on the West right of way on Mossle Road. thence
turn right and run 1075.0 feet along the road
right of way. thence turn lel arid rur, 171 0) feet
to the point of beginning thence ,-onunue this
line for 156.00 feet to the East right of way of
paved road, thence turn right and run 75.00
feet along road right of way, thence turn right
and run 156.00 feet, thence turn right and run .
75.00)feet to the.point of beginning.
LESS AND EXCEPT',. ,
Commence at the Southwest corner of Section
26. Township 4 South. Range 10 \%est. thence
run West along South boundary line of said
Section 26 for 629 feet to East right of way line
of Softball Road; thence turn 90' right and run
1250 feet along right of way of Softball Road to
POINT OF BEGINNING, thence turn 90" right
and run 156 feet: then turn 90' right and-run
100 feet; then 90' right and run 156 feet. then
turn 90' right and run 100 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING(.
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""QLPHIN NEWS
FROM
......PORT ST. JOE
._ 4Ef M MENTARY SCHOOL


by Cindy Belin
Thank you
We would like to thank the
First Methodist Church for their
donation to provide clothes/
supplies for children in need.
Supplies Needed.
Our school is in nr, d of
school supplies. Hi your
church/organization v :.d like
to donate school -,ipplies,
please leave them in the front
office.
Vol r .Orientation
Our volunteer orientation
will be from 9:00-9:30 in the
student activity room. If you
would like to volunteer, please
plan to attend.
Scallop Festival
Our PTO will sponsor, a
booth at the Scallop Festival-
August 31 through September
1 .
Labor Day
School will not be held on
Monday, September 3 for Labor
Day.
Open House/PTO Meeting
Open House will be Thursday,
September 6 from 6:00-6:45.
Parents have an opportunity to
meet your child's teacher and.
visit their classroom.
Teacher/parent conferences
will need to be scheduled for .a
later date
Following our Open House
there will bei a PTO meeting at
6:45.
Progress Reports
Progress reports for this grad-
ing period will be sent home on
Monday, September 10. To
schedule a parent/teacher con-
ference, please call 227-1221.
Tardy Policy


Parents Welcomed at
PSJES Open House
On Thursday, September
6th,. from 6:00 to 6:45 p.m.
Port St. Joe Elementary School
will be hosting an "Open
House" for the parents of each
and every student currently
attending classes.
Principal Tim Wilder and
Parent Teacher Organization
(PTO) president Mike Lacour
encourage all parents to make
time to attend and learn more
of how your child spends each
day in school. You will have the
opportunity to meet the teach-
ers, see the newly constructed
or remodeled classrooms and
other facilities, and share' in
viewing classwork displayed by
the youngsters. .
Following "Open House" a
short 30-minute PTO meeting
'will be held in the cafeteria.
The meeting is set to begin at
6:45.

Remember our first bell rings
at 7:50. After 7:55 your child
will be considered tardy.
1st tardy warning from
teacher
2nd tardy warning from' prin-
cipal
3rd tardy letter to parents
4th'tardy parent conference'
required
5th tardy loss of break privi-
leges and report to Truancy
Officer
16 or more tardies further
disciplinary action will be taken
Each nine weeks the tardy
policy will begin over again.


D News Column
--' Faith Christian School


Yearbooks were. distributed
this past Monday duiiing a special
assembly Mrs. Beth Taylor, year-:
book advisor, introduced Jeffrey
Pitts, a member of last year's
yearbook staff, who read the ded-
ication page to the student body.
The 2001 Faith Christian School
Yearbook was ,dedicated to Mrs.
Barbara Barnes, who has retired
and moved back to St. Joseph,
MO.
Mrs. Barnes, affectionately
called "Mrs. B" by students and
adults alike, began teaching at
Faith Christian in the fall of 1991
after 22 years of service in the
public schools in Missouri. She
began, her teaching here in first
grade; she also taught second
grade and K-4. In addition,. she
was always: available for ifidivid-
ual tutoring during and ,after'
school and. in the summer. 'We
miss her and wish her well in her
new home.
Our principal, Dr. Bill Taylor,
congratulated Mrs. Beth Taylor
and the journalism staff for a
great yearbook Last-year stu-
dents who no longer attend Faith,
Christian may pick up their year-
books at the office.,'
Mrs. Cara Johnson, fund-
raiser. coordinator, challenged the
students to bring in Campbell's
Soup labels and "Box-tops for
. Education" coupons. An award
will be given to the winning class
and to the individual who brings
in the most. She is also sending
home sign-up sheets for workers
for the Scallop Festival :for Friday,
August 31 and Saturday,
September 1.
Mrs. Michelle Davis has
joined the slaff as the recess and
recreation teacher for K-5
through grade three. We welcome
"Miss Michelle" to our school.
We want to thank the mem-


GED Test To Be
September 5th
The GED Test will be 'given
through the gulf County Adult
School on September 5, 2001.
Testing will begin promptly at
8:30 a.m.,ET, Wednesday.
Registration will be held cur-
rently through noon on August
29,2001, at.the Gulf County Adult
School. Ask for Merri Christie or
Donna Burch. Registration fee is
$45 cash or money order only.
We -offer GED preparation
along with our regular adult edu-
cation program. You will need to
remediate prior to taking the test.
Con in now to enroll!
If you have any' more ques-
tions, please call 227-1-744. -


bears of Faith Bible Church for
their part in making the starting
of school smooth and enjovayt K
They had a clean-up, fix-up day to
get the buildings ready, and then
sponsored a covered dish dinner
honoring the teachers. Three men
deserve special thanks for paint-
ing and getting the new hall floor
finished: Bill Allyn, Bill Laine and
.Michael Chishplm.
We end the Lion's Tale this'
week with Mrs. Barnes' favorite
Bible verse, which is a favorite
and a blessing to many, "I will lift:
up.mine eyes unto the hills. 'From
whence cometh my help? My help
cometh from the LORD, which
made heaven and earth." Psalm
121:1-2.


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It is an exciting time when
your child takes that first step
towards independence and goes
to school. Most of the time it is a
smooth transition that your child
will be excited about, but some-
times a child screams and cries
for the parent to stay. This is
known as separation anxiety.
Children need to develop a
secure, trusting relationship with
other adults. This is difficult for
some children. Some children cry
at times of separation for as long
as a month. Some children will
be so upset at first that they
become physically ill. Some chil-



ST. JOE
Middle
School News,,

By Jenna Chesser
The school year is progressing
and sports are -beginning.
Volleyball began practice on
Monday, August 20, 3-4 p.m.
thru Thursday in the gym. -Please
make sure you are on time and
have a ride home. Also the follow-
ing will practice:
Football, Mon-Fri 3-5:30
p.m.;


Cheerleaders, Mon-Thurs till
4 p.m.
Band, Flag, & Majorettes,
after school. The first volleyball
game will be held on Aug. 28 @
3:30 in Altha
The first football game will be
Sept. 6 against Roulhac, home
beginning @ 4 p.m.
Speeches for Student Council
offices will be held on Thursday,
8/23, during 3rd period with vot-
ing to follow during A.A
Seventh and eighth grade
career speakers began last Friday,
85I~~-; .'Seventh grade met with
Miss Kim Thomas who spoke with
them about her job as a physical
therapist. Chris Cato, news
reporter from Channel 13, talked
with the eighth grade. The middle
school will have these speakers
every, other week during A.A.
On Sept. 10, 7 p.m.. PSJMS
will hold our arinual Open House.
We encourage you to please come.
The thought for the day is:
"Leaders are much like eagles,
they don't flock. you find. them
one at a time." Have a wonderful 4,
week.
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dren will even strike their par-
ents. While this is normal, too, it
can make a parent feel equally
distressed. It is important to
remember that all the emotional
turmoil that you and your child
are feeling is normal and a good
indication that you feel a strong
,connection and bonding with
,each other.
When a child cries during the
first few days of separating at a
new school there are some things
you can do to make it easier.
Have a predictable goodbye rou-'
tine. Stay five minutes, give them
a hug and a kiss and say goodbye
.to them. Direct them to the same
activity each time you arrive for a
while. If they like the swings, hug
and kiss them and put them on
the swing and swing-them a few
!times and then go. Say goodbye
,in the same place everyday. This
predictability will soon become a
soothing routine for them.
The longer you linger the
more prolonged the anxiety will be
ifor your child. Your child will ask
'for another kiss and hug, this will
confuse the goodbye routine. Tell
your child one hug, one kiss and
then goodbye. If your child is
throwing a tantrum, hand them
over to the teacher. The teacher
will be able to calm them down
and then it will be all over. This
may happen for a few days, but if
you are determined to be the
"winner" then eventually the
tantrums will stop. Then you will
*both be the "winners" when your
,child learns to control the anxi-
ety.
Your child will eventually
learn the sequence of the day; go
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and kisses. Children are proud of,
themselves when they can master,
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This will affect some of our stu-
dents in a positive way as the
scores needed to pass have been
reduced to 287 in Reading and,
295 in Math, a drop of about 5%.
in each category.
WHS will be sending home in
the mail to the parents of last
year's 10th graders a copy of the
score and a letter outlining all the
details. We will also hand out a
copy to the students on Thursday
at which time we will explain what
this means to them. If you have
any questions about these
changes, do not hesitate to con-
tact the school.
One more thing about the
FCAT: the passing scores for the
upcoming test this spring will be
300 for both parts.
The other big news for this
week is the fact that the first foot-
ball game of.the year takes place
this Friday night at WHS. We will
be hosting Sneads at 7 p.m. There
is a lot of excitement.brewing as
Coach Grantham has a crop of
excellent athletes and a great
coaching staff. Friday nights
should be a lot of fun this season.
And just for planning pur-
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three games are at home all on
Friday nights at 7 p.m. Without
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a game of much interest!
After the game this Friday
night, The Chapel on Second
Street will be hosting the first
Fifth Quarter of the year.,
Students are invited to" eat, be
entertained, and enjoy some good
fellowship.,
,K-Mart is sponsoring 'a new
program that will allow our school'
to receive rebates from your shop-
ping sprees at their stores. Soon
we 'will' be receiving our Parent
Packs 'from K-iarj-t. Inside these
pack:, you v.i II find special cards
that.' have a code on them,
enabling all purchases, to 'be
processed under our name: thus,
we will earn a percentage oft all
your purchases! And guess what -
you can send these cards to
friends and relatives, too. They"
all will have our code and that
means more funds for us. l The
expected arrival date of our pack-
ets is September 10th.
Mrs. Wade's 4th period, class
went to GCCC this, week for a spe-
cial exhibit. You really know when
school is underway whef'' field
trips start happening!
Congratulations to James
Destifino and Jonathan Thomas
who went to Mosley High School
this week for training by FHSSA
to become Sports Information
SDirectors at our school. We look
forward to seeing their work..
\\We have nearly 10 students
enrolled in Florida Virtual School.
This is the on-line school that
.only a small number of students
had been involved with previous-
ly. Our students are taking Latin I'
and Latin II, Web Design, and
Earth and Space Science among
others. We are very pleased'that
so many students are stretching
themselves in this area. ,
Parents are reminded to turn
in Free and Reduced lunch forms,
as soon as possible. We benefit in


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many ways when students take
advantage of this program. Not
only are our students healthier,
we become eligible for more finan-
" cial opportunities.
WHS has a new phone sys-
tem. We are trying to learn it, .b,
please be patient. Soon you, will
have access to everyone on staff.
and the capability to send and
receive messages relating to a
wide; variety of topics from a,
number of different people. 'We
are making progress daily.
Bxtra help is always welcome
at the school. If you have a talent,
and time, please contAct, us so we
might,:match you up with our ,
needs. Right now tutoring is very.,
important, as we, get ready for,
tests and try to get grades up.
Thanks, to Mrs. Clark for volun-
teering after school on Mondays
and Wednesdays.
Parents and students, are
encouraged to take advantage o6:
their new lockers by putting locks`
on them'. ,This' is. the best way to
protect your valuables.


Hollywood stars such a d
Jennifer' Lopez, Tom Green, arid
even, ,kChristina Aguilera. were.;
among the many guests who.
attended Port St. Joe High,
'School's Second Annual First? Day
Celebration. ,
I. know what you're thinking;
just let me explain. :
A group of PSJHS teachers'
teamed tiup with our' Student
Council's :executive board, mem-'
bers and came up with a perfect


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1200 U.S. Highway 98
SMexiao-Beach, FL 32410
850-648*2020 2
800-458-7478
Joan Smithwick, Joy Holder,
Marlene Hbrris, Gloria,Salinard


Gulf View Duplex/414 Hwy. 98
2 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath
S Each Side/Great Investment
S r Contact Marlene Harris
.* $499,000 MLS#10098


NEW LISTING/
Beachside/29th St.So./Mexico Beach
House w/apt. gives buyer INCOME. Furnished,
Updated, Landscaped. Property includes a
NEW large garage/boat house w/st4fro ge
Call today for rental info Joy Holdir .
S325,000 MLS#90009 t 1' ;


Barrier Dunes #65
2 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath
View of Pool & Tennis Courts
Contact Margaret or Jeff Fletcher
5179,900 MLS#9661


SCape Son Blas/Gulffront
; Beautiful Gated Community
SContact Margaret or Jeff Fletcher
$689,000 MLS#4893



PINET WOODS BEACH
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Distant Sun/Gulf Front
3 Bedroom, 3 Bath Home
Great Rental History
Contact Marlene Harris
A650.000 MLS#90103


1 ith iairway/Josepn Bay Country .iuob
1/2 of Duplex
2, Bedroom, 2.Full Bath
Contact Paulette Cleare
$137,500 -'MLS#10189






Custom Designed Modular Home with H
Fireplace. Immaculate, Must See
SContacrSt.; Joe Beach Office
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We really appreciate our stu-
dent leadership this year. They
are trying hard to represent their
fellow students and demonstrate
tremendous character and school
spirit. It's a pleasure to work with
them.
,''Our new parking lot is ready
to go. The first row is for guests
and office personnel. The second
row is for seniors. And the third
row, the new area, is for everyone
else. pon't forget that you need to
Sbe registered to drive to school.
See SRO Piercy for an application.
This is one way we help to secure
our campus.
The first Middle School Task
Force meeting', is set for next
Monday at 7 p.m. All members of'
the 'committee should have
received an invitation.
Likewise, the first School
Advisory Council meeting is next
Wednesday the 29th at 2:45 in the
pator Room. All parents are invit-
'ed to attend as are student lead-
; ers.' See you then -


recipe to make our first school day
of the 2001-2002 school year less
intimidating and much more FUNI
Instead of sitting through a
boring assembly consisting of a
long speech from the Principal:
with hundreds of students fight-
ing sleep. we "kicked it up a
notch". With a completely stu-
dent-run skit mnixiang comedy with
school rules we ended up with a
very entertaining sixty minutes.
By the way., this is where stu-
clents pretended to be Hollywood
stars.
The day was completed with
fun activities such as class com-'
petition games called "Wacky
Olympics"; and a FREE t-shirt for
every student. Overall. the First
Day Celebrationi was a great way ,
to kick off the 2001-2002 school
year.
The beginning of .school is
always a busy time for everyone.
Many of the after-school activities
avasilable at Port St. Joe are either
already underway or soon will be.
* Football, cross country, vol-
leyball, cheerleading, and flag are
among the many 'dedicated
groups of students who began
practice soon after the first day of
school. Golf and other activities
,,ill begin practice in only few
,, days.. .
Because the lives of today's'
teenagers can get pretty hectic,
the Opportunity Center here at
the school offers tutoring and
ACT/SAT practice, tests during
and. after school for those stu-
dents who need an extra boost.
Students, take advantage of this
great opportunity.
Thanks to a grant given to the
arts center at "The Dome", the
seniors and juniors were able to'
attend a play in Apalachicola on
Tuesday. August 21. The play
was at the DLxie Theater located In
the Histonric Distnct and the only
cost to students was to bnng a
sack lunch. We would all like to
send out a sincere thank you to-"
the Tapper Foundation for making
this cultural experience possible.
: The dres' code underwent
some very, strict changes during
this past summer. Among these
are the three 'by five' rule: skirts
must be at least three inches from
the top. of the knee and shorts
must be at least five inches from
the top of the knee); Ithe two inch
shirt strap rule; and the no baggy
pantstrule.
Students were very surprised'
the first week of school to see just
how strict the administration is
about carrying out the dress code.
Most importantly, the seniors
of 2002, can be expecting many
extra,, expenses. One of the
upcoming expenses is $35 due on
August 29 for caps and gowns for
our GRADUATION in May.
Also, a $75 deposit is due on
September 19 for graduation
Announcements. Congrats on
being seniors and don't forget
your money!

With a new school year now
underway, I would like to welcome
the freshmehi and all 'new: stu-
dents and staff members to Port
St. Joe High School. We are glad
to have you and we hope that you
enjoy your school year. This has
been .the first edition of "Shark
Talk" for the 2001-2001 school
year and signing off, I'm senior
Maclain Howse. Bye bye for nowl




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Pool, Hot Tub, Dock & Much More
Contact Margaret Presswood
$390,000 MLS#9473


BACKUP CONTRACTS ARE WELCOME
Gulf Ffont Townhome/80 3 U.S. Hwy. 98;
2 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath
Contact Joan. Smithwick
5260,000 MLS#9769


103 S. 33rd Street, Unit 1 & 2, Mexico Beach
Furnished 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath/Each Side of Duplex
'Short Walk to the Beach, Screened Porches
Contact Joan Smithwick
Priced To Sell, $359,900


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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.




1998 Jeep Wrangler 4x4, maroon with
spice interior, custom rims, C.D. player,
45,000 miles. Good condition. $11,000.
Call Brian at 229-8140. 2tp8/23
1989 Chrysler Conv. 64K miles, 5
speed, runs great. Call 827-2957.
Itp8/23

1993 Toyota Camry LE Sedan, 4 door,
green with tinted windows, good condi-
tion. $4,000. Call 639-9000. 3tp8/23
1986 Cadillac Sedan Deville all electric,
leather, light. blue, good condition.
$3,000. Call 639-9000. 3tp8/23
1986 Isuizu pickup, blue, with alum
mags, good tires, $1,500 obo. Call 850-
229-6435. 3tc8/23
1997 Dodge Caravan. White, V-6 in
excellent condition. Dual Sliding Doors.
80K miles. Asking $9,000. Please call
229-2459. 2tc8/16
1997 Ford Expedition, loaded, excellent
condition. $17:500 or best offer. Call
229-2444. 2tc8/16
RV for sale, 31 ft. Airstream, 76 clas-
sic international model, completely
renovated, new carpet, drapes &
upholstery. Road ready, must see,
inside. $8,900. Call 850-227-3111.
3tc8/9

1995 F-150 XLT Ford Extended Cab
4x4, Blue & White, push button 4 wheel
drive. Excellent condition, 79,000 miles.
Call 850-647-8658. 4tp8/2




17' Bass Boat with 140 hp Evinrude
motor, needs rebuild, $500. Call 229-
9474. ltp8/23

KAYAKS! Unsinkable. self-bailing, sta-
ble, safe and FUN! 314 Reid Avenue (at
the Port Theatre). Several to choose
from Open Tues.-Sat. 229-9282 tfc8/2,




Seeking to rent large 2 bedroom or 3
bedroom, house/double wide in Port St.
Joe/St. Joe Beach/Mexico Beach/
Overs-reet area. Call 647-2899. 21p8,/23
I bedroom. I bath mobile home on
32nd Street. Mexico Beach. S325 per
month. No Pets. Call 850-647-2628
Arlne Realty Inc. ltc8/23
Long Term Rental In Mexico Beach.
Furn-shed 2 bedroom. 1 1/2 bath town-
house located less than 1/2 block from
the Beach. Clean arid nicely furnished.
For more information call 850-674-
4469. 4tc8/23
Wanted to rent long term. 3 or 4 bed-
room, 2 bath house, central heat & air.
Some where east side of Wewa Hwv. or
Ward Ridge area. Call 850-653-3613
leave message. 4tc8/16

Fantastic view on St. Joe Bay. 3 bed-
room, 2 bath with spacious entertain-
ment area, great decks. fish pond.
beautiful landscaping. S1.500 monthly.
Call 227-3878. Lfc8/16

MINI STORAGE
Ofc: 228 Reid Ave. Street, Port St. Joe, FL
229-6200 Office
227-6343 Cell Phone
785-9777 After Hours


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


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

Central heat and air
Wall to wall carpeting
Laundry facilities
On-site Management
S Voice/TlY Access
(352) 472-3952 *=


For Rent
MOSS CREEK APTS.,126
Amy Circle, Wewa-
hitchka, FL 32465.
(850) 639-2722

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


For Rent RV Spaces, full hookup, call
229-8959, leave message. 8tp8/16
2 bedroom, 1 bath furnished trailer
located on St. Joe Beach. Call 647-.
5361. tfc8/16
3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, swimming pool,
across from beach, big screen TV fur-
nished, includes all utilities. Good cred-
it necessary, call 763-416-3711 or 850-
648-4400. tfc8/16
COMMERCIAL SPACE with parking
for 3 different businesses. Separate
entrances. WATERFRONT AT SIM-
MONS BAYOU on C-30. Handicapped
accessible.
1) 1,175 feet includes, reception area,
large central area with soaring ceil-
ing, 2 smaller offices, huge kitchen,
rest room, balcony overlooking bay.
2) 12x14 office with storage, rest
room, balcony.
3) Lower level, 3 rooms, large storage
area opening directly outside. Great
for outdoor-type venture.
Reasonable, Call 227-7234 for infor-
mation. tfc8/9
Furnished Efficiency-type apartment
in P.S.J. Call 639-3600. Ufc8/2
For lease business retail on Hwy. 98,
Panama City. 1 2.350 sq. ft. renovated
street level, $ 1,500 a month. 7.500 sq.
ft. upper level with elevator & large win-
dows, $3,375 a month. 2,000 sq. ft.
high cethngs ideal shop, $900 a month.
* 900 sq. ft. space. S500 a month. 690
inside space, $400 a month. Building
located at 3210 Business Hwy. 98. Call
648-9054. 4tc8/2
Office Building 40'xz50', 401 Garrison
Ave., across from Post Office. Call
Marilyn at 850-674-2411 or Phil at'
229-6460 for more information. 61c8/2

2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, older block home
across Hwy 98 from Mexico Beach.
Summer, Weekly Rental Winter,
Monthly Rental. No Smoking, No Pets,
call 229-6553. tfc8/2
Rental Management
Seeking property bwiers with units
available for long term rentals. Our fees
are reasonable and 'we have a heavy
demand for long term rentals. Arli ne
Realty, Inc. 850-647-2628. tfc8/2
Liberty Manor Apts., 102 Liberty Manor
Circle. PSJ. Affordable housing for ihe
elderly & handicapped. CH/A. laundry
facitiues, energy efficient costt, stove &
refng., furn.. fully carpeted. IBR mpts.
on site Equal Opp. Housing Complex.
Call 229-6353 for more info. NOW TAK-
ING APPLICATIONS tfc8/2
2:& 3 BR. long-term rental units. Call'
Crystal Sands Realty 648-4400. ic8,.2
For Rent, 850 sq. ft. warehouse with
office & rest room. S250 monthly. Gulf
South Self Storage 229-6200. LUc8/2
UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & refng.
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, I 1/2
ba.. inside laundry rrn.. ch&a. dish-
washer & stove. fully carpeted. No pets
FURNISHED
eSmall 2 bdrm. home. auto heat & air.
washer/dryer hook-up.
* One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hookup. Call 229-6777 after 7
PM. tfc8/2
For Rent RV Spaces. full hookup, call
229-8959. leave message. 8tp7/5

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

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

Now Open
GULF SHORE STORAGE
Corner of DeSoto & Americus
-St. Joe Beach
Office: 899-3665

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

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On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT!


Apart./Homes for Rent: 1 3 BR
apart/duplexes/homes for rent in, Mex.
Bch. Furn. & unfurnished. Call Parker
Realty at 850-648-5777 for more info.
tfc8/2




Garage Sale, 712 Gulf Aire Drive,
Gulfaire Subdivision, Sat., Aug. 25,
8:00 AM. Bed linens, shower curtains,
ceiling fans, kitchen table plus 4 chairs,
ceiling light fixtures and much more. No,
early birds, please. itp8/23
2 Family Yard Sale, 2481 Grouper Ave.,
Highland View, Sat., Aug. 25. Children's
and adult & teens clothes & toys,
household items & lots miscellaneous
items also. Rain will cancel. Itp8/23
Plants for Sale, 515 9th Street. Port St.
Joe, Sat. Aug. 25th. 9:00 to 12:00.
Banana Plants, Elephant Ears, Large
Type, Dwarf, and some with color,
Ginger. It tp."23
Moving Sale, 165 Cessna Drive, Port St.
Joe, 227-1032. Washer/dryer, lamps,,
tables, 52 inch RCA TV,, 7 piece bed-
room suite, lazy-boy recliner, queen
bed, lazy-boy HB sofa, many items.
2tc8/16




Now taking applications for Pest'
Control Technician. Must have a clean
Florida Drivers license. Will train right
person. Apply at 321 B Reid Ave., Port
St. Joe. tfc8/23
Great Jobs for Great People! Come
Join The Port St. Joe McDonald's
Team. We will be interviewing and tak-
ing applications in the library confer-
ence room. Friday 4:00-6:00 & Saturday
10:00-12:00. Sixteenr years arid older.
seniors welcome. Itc8/23'
Cashiers needed at conveniences
store on Cape San Blas. Call Tammrr at
229-8775 for details, tfc8/2


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3
Week


OR Scrub Tech. Experience required.
No on-call nights or weekends. Come
enjoy our coastal rural paradise, in Port
St. Joe, FL. Gulf Pines Hospital. EOE
Drug Free Workplace. Contact: Sandy
Watson DON 850-227-1121 ext. 153.
2tc8/23 ,

CHECK STATION OPERATOR The
Fish & Wildlife Comm. is hinng a check
station operator for a dove held near
V.'e-ahitchka The applicant will work 8
Saturday dunng Oct 6-Jan. 5. and
will pal 86.50 a hour for 100 hrs. For
more info contact Kurt Hodges at 850-
627-9674. EOE/AA Employer 4tc6/16
Full time Receptionist, Monday-
Friday, 8 00-5:00. Work for busy physi-
cian's office. Drug Free Workplace,
EOE. Call 229-8979 for more irdorma-.
tion. 41:s.'2.
Seeking Equipment Operators &
Truck Drivers. Applicants must have
'alid FL drivers license. Apply at C.W.
Roberts Contracung Inc.. PO Box i88.
Hosford. FL 32334. 850-379-8116 .,
Mediacom is looking for a part-time
Customer Service Representative to
work in Apalachicola. FL. Keyboard
and customer service experience
required. If you are looking for a career
with a growing company, fax your
resume to (850) 916-7765 or apply in
person 'M. W. F at 239 W. Hwy. 98,
Apalachicola. FL E O.E. Itc8/23


MASTER'S LEVEL COUNSELOR GULF
COUNTY Provides assessment. coun-
seling and case management for Day
Treatment and Outpatient clientele.
Also performs Emergency Service
assessments and cnsis intervention.
Requires Master's degree in a human
services field. Base salary dependent
upon experience and credentials.
Excellent benefits plus annual 82125
area differenual and S2458 on-call
stipend Ref. Job Code:29.
CHILDREN'S OUTREACH COUN-
SELOR GULF COUNTY Provides
assessment. counseling and Intensive
Therapeutic Onslte Services (ITOS) for
Children arid their families in Gulf and
Franklin Counties. Works primarily in
the schools, client's homes and other
locations in the community. Duties may
include Emergency Services. Requires
Bachelor's degree in a human services
field and documented trairung in mental
health, or Master's degree in human
services field. Base salary dependent


o .u pon experience and credentials.
4Excellent benefits plus annual 82125
area differed, tjal and S2486 on-call
sutipend. Ref. Job Code: 22-5. Apply tor
Director of Administrative SenviceO,
AttrA: Human Resources. 525 E. 15th
Street, Panama City, FL .324(05. 1850)
Slryr- 769-9481, Fax: 1850) 872-7769.
Email: hrdept@lhifermarnagementce nter.or
g. EOE/Drug Free Workplace. tfc8/23
Bay St. Joseph Care & Rehab is
expanding and our new administrator
says to increase staff 3-11 & 11-7 RN
Supervisor, Weekend RN Supervisor,
11-7 Nurse Full time. RN's & LPN's
PT/PRN All Shifts, CNA's FT/PRN All
Shifts, Dietary Aide & Cook. We offer
competitive \('ages. shift differential, pay
for experience and benefits package
Please apply to: 220 Ninth Street. Port
St. Joe, 32456. 850-229-8244. fax850-
229-142 1tc8/23
'*0 e / Toucan's Restaurant, Hwy 98 in
Mexico Beach has all positions open.
Apply Nn person, experience very help-
ful. tfc8/2
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mif __,V-T1 1AAW-4 1-1-LI-I~fV I I L-.JI'J4


Therapeutic Massage by
David Oakley, L.M.T.
ai Coopei Cu1 & Sr/le
Phone: 229-8622
Lic#. MA0029A75, Lic#. MM 10098


STITCHES
By Joy Dale

Monogram
Machine Embroidery
Seasonal Apparel In Stock
Show Room 227-6665
Home 229-8829
1407 Long Ave.


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


MARY KAY'S
MARGARET PRESSWOO.D
Indet.erciert Beaoul Consulitaro
5 98H... re-ieco Beocr, FL
1-800-659-0641


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


Business and Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service

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


Good Health
Tastes Great!!
Always Weekly Specials.


COMING SOON..
Fruit/Veggle Juice Bar

Tel: 850-229-1382


Nature's Perfect Food
Organic Grocery

clude WIlMiUulFi ltme
fee "--IMP and ae
how go"d freew io 11l
put.eree, sugUr-free,
latess."ee, meet-ree1 ymst Fnee
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Sat- 10 am to 5 pm PortStJoe


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decreasing your body fat ratio and
lose unwanted pounds...Affordably! I
did it naturally and LOST 40 Ibs. IN 4 ,
MONTHSI NO Synthetic or Drugs.
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Meetings, NO Joke, Just Results-
Guaranteed. GET STARTED FOR
ONLY S15.00. Ask Kim how to get
started on your road to wellness and
how to become a distributor in your
area. You won't regret it! 1-888-925-
0343 or 240-460-0138. 4tc8/16""



HORSEBACK RIDING___
LESSONS
HUNTRJUMPER a DRCESSAOE
Anissa Cottongim .
866-4140
Pager 870-4084




Lost female cat grey & black stripes,
bob tail in Oak Grove area Sat.. Call
229-8854 and leave message. ltc8/23
Found Camera. If you have lost a cam-
era please call The Star to identify, 227-
1278. 2tp8/23 -

MISC ELLANEUS


Watkins Products (850) 639-2026 or the
Internet. www nchardv.atknsman.com.
S 10tpb/23

For Sale, floral multi color couch &
matching love seat, $200. Call 229-.
8830. ltc8/23
Roll Top desk 36" W. 20" deep, 40"H.
Ideal for student or personal use. 2
drawer file cabinet included.'$100 Call
229-6954. lItpt. 23
For Sale, 5 pc king size waterbed bed-
room suite, solid wood. 8450: 23 cu ft.
chest freezer works great. S125. Call
229-6561. ltcS,.23

Sea Oats for sale. Call Kay at 229-
5282. tfc8i/2
Queen size waterbed mattress for
sale, call 229-6864. tLlc8/2

Used furniture for sale. Jobhnnie's
Trim Shop. 310 4th St., P&S, tfc8/2-
Free "Norn-Denorrunational" Eight'
Lesson Bible Correspondence Coarse.
Learn how to become a Chnstia, & no-
Lhing else! Send your name & address
to: -Bible Stuad. PO Box 929,
Wewahitchka. FL 32465 or E-mail your
request to Wewachurch"aaol.com uic8/2'

Unfinished Furniture @ -.
REEVES
Furniture & Refinishing Shoppe
234 Reid Avenue
S Ouol;y Refin;:.-.,q i.ce 1982
Call John Reeves at 229-637'





1987 24X60 Homes of Ment doublewide
for sale by owner. 3 'Bedroom.2 Bath.
fireplace, CH &' A. all appliances includ-
ed. Good condition. S10,000. Call 674-
3613. 3tc8/16

Mobile Homes for sale. SI.500-S3.500.
call 647-5106. tfc8/2


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

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


Commercial
Termite & 'Pest Control
* Termite, Treatments Restaurant Motel
* Flea Control Condominiums
SHousehold Pest Control New Treatment/
* Real Estate (WDO) Reports Construction Sites
Specializing in Vocotion Rental Properties
FAMILY OWNED
[- PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
"Serving the Entire Area"
Free Estimates & Inspections
Do-It-Yourself Pest Control Products


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


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FENCES FENCES* FENCES
* All Types Dependable Service
*Top Ouality Products
RAYMOND WILKERSON
647-9214 Un


* Residential custom wood '
* Commercial *industrial
A R Fence ..
Fencing and Concrete Work ,,
Albert Fleischmann FREE Estimates
EIN#593115646 (850) 647-4047.,

J. C. Enterprises 202 Reid Avenue
P Port St. Joe, F. 32456
850-227-9414
Fax 229-6041


RadioShack ':
Authorized 5alei Cenier


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
Multiple Sized Kennels j,


Arizona Chemical mfg facility in
PORT ST. JOE, FL is currently hiring
laborer positions. Position require-
ments include being able to work with
diverse teams, work well with mgt and.
peers. Be willing to promote into higher
jobs as opportunities arise. and willing
to work on a rotating shift (shift work)
Five yrs nd mfg e\-p desired Salary
offer will be $12.43/hr. Qualified appli-
cants apply at Workforce Center,' 114 E.
9th St. Panama City. FL. Apply by
9/2/01. Arizona Ctterruca is an Equal
Opportunity Employer, M/' Fi D,. \1-ic. ;.2
RN, FT and PT Med/Surg floor. 12 hr.
shifts, 7A and 7P shifts available. Gulf
Pines Hospital EOE Drug Free
Workplace. Contact: Sandy' Watson
DON 850-227-1121 ext. 153. 2tc8/23
RN, FT and PT ER Responsibilities.
12 br. shifts. 7A and 7P shifts avail-
able. Gulf Pines Hospital. EOE Drug
Free Workplace. Contact: Sandy Walson
DON 850-227-1121 ext. 153.: 2tc8/23
The City of Port St. Joe is accepting
resumes for the following position:
Secretary and Relief Dispatcher,
S8.00/hour. Applications are available
at City Hall. The position will remain
open until filled. Please return applica-
Uon to the Municipal Building. 305
Cecl. G. Cosrn. Sr. Blvd., Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456. The City of Port St. Joe
enforces a Drug-Free Workplace Policy
and Is an Equal Opporturutn/Affirm-
auve Action Employer. 2tc8/16


RN. per diem for either Med/Surg
floor or ER responsibilities. Gulf Pines
Hospital. EOE Drug Free Workplace.
Contact: Sandy Watson DON 850-227-
1121 ext. 153. 2tcS/23
Chemical Technician, Certified
Pesticide licensed &. 1 year ex-penence
preferred. Wdil train an individual who
has desire to learn, a positive attitude &
a good work ethic. Apply at St. Joseph
Bay Country Club weekdays 9:00 am-
3:00 pm, ask for Cal or Elaine. 3tc8/9

HELP
Gulf County Schools is in dire need of
substitute bus drivers for both ends
of the county. The transportation
department needs dedicated, respon-
sible individuals to help transport a
very valuable cargo KIDS!!!! If you
need to fulfill a desire to make a
valuable contribution to the
community please enroll now. Call
Don Rich or Carolyn Peak at 227--
1204. This opportunity can lead to
full time employment, .. Ui/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. Expenenced &
non-experienced. Career opportunity'l
Benefitsl Call 850-234-9900. E-mail:
CAPTschool.iaol com. 20tc5/24

Part-Time, Day & Evening positions.
Resident Care. call Pan, at Gen-Care
550-647-2626. lfc8/2
Small Engine and Maintenance
Mechanic needed. Must have expen-
ence. St. Joe Rent-All. 706 1st Street,
Port St. Joe. tfc8/2

See The Star online
also the
Classifieds &

Trades & Services
online at ww.starfl.com


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I PUB I OTCS0


Free to a good home female yellow lab,
8 lnonths old, loves kids. Call 827-
2840. tfc8/23

Humane Society fostered pups, raised
by' family, ready 8/26/01. Retriever
mix. Call 648-4830. 2tc8/23

AKC'Dachsunds, vac. & wormed, reds
& black & tan. Call 334-445-0225.
6tc8/23

AKC Choc. Lab puppy 15 wks old. 1
female left, $100. Call 850-227-9847.
ltc8/23





ST. JOE BEACH: 5 bedroom, 5 bath-
home, FURNISHED, 2 1/2 lots across
from DEDICATED BEACH; 3 car
garage, well for yard. Call 648-5767,
Joan Lo\elace. Mexico Beach Harmon
Realty, Inc. tfc8/23

WEWA HOME/GET AWAY Super 2
bedroom cabin built on piling, carport,
boat storage underneath big screen
porch with deck. Beautiful wooded lot.
Convenient to rivers, lakes, & gulf,
paved street. 216 Byrd Parker Drive,
$49,900. 850-785-7936. MUST SEE.
2tc8/16

WE WILL BUY your house in any condi-
tion. All cash-quick closing. Port St. Joe
area only Call 227-3511. tfc8/16

"MEXICO BEACH" Craftsman's style. 3
bedroom, 2 full bath, cathedral ceilings,
large lot, tr9es,. quiet dead end street,
near beach, new construction. Selling
under appraised value, $133,500. Call
648-9054. 4tc8/16

3 bedroom, 2 bath, stucco home, on
beautifully large landscaped lot. Within
walking distance to dedicated beach.
Features breakfast bar, stone fireplace,
central heat and air. Hallway has attic
fan, for more energy efficient. Appliance
included. 2 1/2 car garage, with work
shop. Patio and privacy fence. Your
tropical paradise awaits you, at 414
Arizona Drive, Mexico Beach. $159,900.
Call 648-5994. tfc8/16

For;iSale By Owner. 112 x 75 shaded lot
in Mexico Beach. 3 blocks from beach. 2
bedroom, 1 bath mobile home. 206
Carolina. $50,000 firm. If interested
please call 647-5450. '2tc8/16

HOME FOR SALE If you like hunting
and fishing, with 2 boat launchings
close by, tr'_- maybe the place for you! 3'
bedroom, 2 bath, large, front room,
kitchen, dining, screened n porch,
garage-shop, boat Cover. Being sold par-
tially furnished. Nicely landscaped. See
at 172 N. Squirrel, Howard Creek, FL.
Located between Wewahitchka & Port
St. Joe. $59,500. Call 850-827-2333.
2tp8/16

1985 North River, 2 bedroom, 2 bath
mobile home. Clean, quiet neighbor-
hood, near boat ramp White City, 2.7
ac, mostly cleared, shop w/2 over
hangs, concrete/wood storage shed, 4"
well and septic. $38,500. CaJl 850-229-
9441. 4tp8/9

"Mexico Beach" Jolliday Duplex very
near beach & canal. 2 bedroom. I bath
each side. Joan Lovelace, Mexico
Beach Harmon Realty, 648-5767.*e/2.

Lots cleared-for building. Lots in Mexico
Beach, paved streets, underground util-,
ities, restricted subdivision, water &
sewer tap. Paid $29,900, possible owner
financing call 648-5476. tfc8/2

Lots cleared for building. Lots In Mexico
Beach, paved streets, underground util-
ittes. restricted subdivision, water &
sewer tap. Paid $29,900, possible owner
financing call 648-5476. tfc8/2

Mexico Beach Canal Front
Across from Marquardt's Marina. 3
bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage,
pool, boat dock with lift. Appraised
at ,$411K REDUCED to $365K. Make
offer with owner financing. Owner
transferred. Call Donald F. Nations
Real Estate at 850-785-2233 or
850-814-4242. 8






Grass cutting, call 227-9103. tfc8/2

For Sale, Delicious, homemade scratch
cakes made on order. Decorated cakes
and cookies.- Call Nita 648-9029. tfc8/2





Looking for good used piano. Please call
Heldi at 850-229-2964. 3tp8/16




CORRECTED NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that JOHN G. FADIO.
the holder of the following Tax Certificate. has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon.
The certificate number and year of Issuance, the
description of the property, and the names in which
It was assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 194
Application No. 2001-4
Year of Issuance: 1994
R.E.No. 02500-000
Description of Property:
LOTS 31. 32. and 33 IN BLOCK "B", WILLIAMS-
BURG SUBDIVISION TO WEWAHITCHKA. FLORI-
DA. AS PER PLAT BOOK l. PAGE 3. BEING


RECORDED IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF
CIRCUIT COURT. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Name in which assessed: Elizabeth Foster.
All of said property being in the Gulf County. State
of Florida.


Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according
to law, the property described in such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder In the front Lobby of
the Gulf County Courthouse at 11:00 A.M., E.S.T..
on Wednesday, the 29th day of August, 2001.
Dated this 25th day of July, 2001.
DOUGLAS C. BIRMINGHAM
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: /s/ Janis M. Tankersley
Deputy Clerk
4tc. August 2. 9. 16. and 23. 2001.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA
WEWAHITCHKA STATE BANK,
a Florida corporation.
Plaintiff.
vs. CASE NO.
HC CONLEY. HENRY CLAYTON
CONLEY. JOSHUA ADAM CONLEY,
and any unknown spouses, tenants.
heirs, devisees, grantees. assignors,
Ilenors. trustees, or other claimants,
claiming by. through, or under,
HC CONLEY. .
Defendants,. /
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: HC CONLEY
CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
LAST KNOWN RESIDENCE
1017 Tupelo Street
Wewahitchka, FL 32465
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an,
action to foreclose a Mortgage on and encumbering
the following property In Gulf'County. Florida:
Lots 42. 43 and 44 of Block F; all In College
Park. a subdivision In Wewahltchka.
Florida, as per Plat filed In the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court, In and for Gulf
County, Florida. Plat Book 1. Page 1.3.
Has been filed against you and that you are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses, If any, to
CHARLES A. COSTIN. COSTIN & COSTIN, Plaintiffs
attorney, whose address is Post Office Box 98, 413
Williams Avenue. Port St. Joe, Florida 32457, with-
in thirty j301 days after the first publication of this
notice, and file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or
Immediately thereafter; otherwise, a Default will be
entered ,against you for the relief demanded In the
Complaint.
DATED this 26 day of July. 2001.
DOUGLAS C. BIRMINGHAM
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/ B. Downs
Deputy Clerk
4tc. August 2, 9. 16, and-23. 2001.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
FRANKLIN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Shuler Limited Partnership, ,
a Florida Limited Partnership.
Plaintiff,
vs. CASE: 01-358-CA
James V Majka. Mary" L Majka and
Marguerite Brogdon. deceased, and all
parties claiming by, through, under or
against them, and all unknown natural
persons. If alive, and if dead; or not
known to be dead or alive, their several
and respective unknown spouses.
heirs, do ilwee I g :.nt=es jnd ,e .Jlioi!r
or other per;on- claiming by utrrugr.
or under those unknown natural per-
sons; and the several and respective
unknown assigns, successors in Inter-
est. trustees or. any other person
claiming by, through, under or against
any corporation or other legal entity
named.as a.defendant, and all
claimants;-persons or parties;,natural
or corporate, ora% h.:.;c ,_:.i ipfeg 3l ia.
tus-Is-unknown, cl.hilang under jn, o. -of '-,
the above named or described defen-
dants or parties or claiming to have
any right, title.or Interest In and to the
lands hereinafter described In com-
plaint,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Marguerite Brogdon. deceased
Ellis Brogdon,.whereabouts unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to estab-
lish an easement has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your written defense,
if any, to It on Thomas M. Shuler. plaintiffs attor-
ney, whose address Is Shuler and Shuler, P. 0. Box
850. Apalachlcola, Florida. 32320. on or before
September 15. 2001, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before service on plaintiffs
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a.
default will be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or petition.
The property at Issue is described as follows:
Commence at the SW-corner of section' 13.
T4S. T10W and extend a line East along the
South line of said section 13 for 232.65 feet:
thence turn 44 degrees 35 minutes right for
672.48 feet to a point of i..rtecrwi.. ,.- i-
centerline of State Road :,, .-.1-1dj Fi:..iJ
thence extend a line North 51 degrees 00 min-
utes West along the centerline of State Road
71 for 938.00 feet; thence 'urn 92 degrees. 35
minutes right for 37.39 feet .:. -a c:-.n:rete
monument on the East right of way line of
State Road 71; then turn 89 degrees 15 min-
utes right along said right of way for 110.00
feet to a c-.r,:fi:e rnsi .,-r.-. t then turn, 1
degree 21 -.ar.ues. Ll'i in.- extend a line
South 50 degrees 31 minutes East for 123 feet
along the East right of way of State Road 71;
then tuir. 105 degrees 36 minutes left and
eitend u line North 27 degrees 00 minutes
East to a point on the Western shoreline, of
Wade Island for the point of beginning. From.
this point of beginning extend a line South 27
degrees 00 minutes West to a concrete monu-
ment on the East, right of way line of State
Road 71: then turn 74 degrees 24 minutes left
along said right of way line for 60 feet; then
turn left and extend a line North 30 degrees
00 minutes East to a point on the Western
shore of Wade Island; then turn leftalong said
shoreline to the point of beginning.
DATED on August 2, 2001.
DOUGLAS C. BIRMINGHAM
BY: /s/ Tonya Knox As Clerk of the Court
As Deputy Clerk 4tc, August 9, 16, 23. and 30,

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT'
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 01-79-CA
DIVISION
FLAGSTAR BANK, FSB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LINDA RICHARDS,et al,
Defendant(s). /,
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated Aug. 14.
2001 and entered in Case No. 01-79-CA of the
Circuit Court of the FOURTEENTH Judicial Circuit
In and for GULF County. Florida wherein FLAGSTAR
BANK. FSB. Is the Plaintiff and LINDA RICHARDS;
are the Defendants. I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at LOBBY OF THE GULF COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at 11:00 AM EST. on the 14 day of
September. 2001. to following described property as
set forth In said Final Judgment:
COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHWEST COR-
NER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF
SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 5.
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH. RANGE 8 WEST.
AND RUN NORTH 507 FEET: THENCE RUN
EAST 30 FEET TO WE POB: THENCE RUN
EAST 130 FEET: THENCE RUN NORTH 180
FEET: THENCE RUN WEST. 130 FEET:
THENCE RUN SOUTH 180 FEET TO THE
POB; SAID LAND LYING AND BEING IN
SECTION 5. TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH. RANGE
8 WEST, GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA.
A/K/A 222 North Squirrel Avenue,
Wewahltchka. FL 32465
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this
Court on Aug. 14. 2001.
Douglas C. Birmingham. Clerk
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ T. Knox
Deputy Clerk
**See Americans with Disabilities Act
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons needing a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should contact Gulf


County Courthouse #850-229-6113 (TDD).
l Le. August 23. 200UI.


B&A AUTO & TOWING
4560 County Road 386
Port St. Joe. FL 32456
(850) 647-3031
NOTICE OF AUCTION
B&A Towing will be selling the following vehi-
cle on the 30th day of August, 2001 at 9:00 AM east-
ern standard time. The sale will be held at 4560 C.R.
386 (Overstreet). Port St. Joe. FL 32456. We reserve
the right to refuse any and all bids.
Year Make Yin*
1993 Ford 1FMDA31X5PZA61244
Itc. August 23, 2001.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
For the purpose of Section 147(1) of the
Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, notice
is hereby given that the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County. Florida (the
Board"). will conduct a public hearing on Monday,
September 10, 2001. at 5:15 p.m. In the Board of
County Commlssioners meeting room. located at
1000 Cecil Costin. Sr. Boulevard, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456, to consider the approval of a plan of
finance to provide capital including the Issuance
from time to time by the Escambla County Housing
Finance Authority (the "Authority"), on behalf of Gulf
County and other participating counties, of not
exceeding $150,000,000 Single Family Mortgage
Revenue Bonds, -initially designated as (Multi-
County Program). Series 2002.
The proceeds of such bonds together with
funds from other sources available to the Authority,
will be used to finance, or refund outstanding oblig-
ations, the proceeds of which will be used to finance
the purchase of single family residences to be occu-
pied primarily by first-time home buyers of moder-
ate, middle or lesser income within Gulf County and
various other counties in the State of Florida.
The bonds and Interest thereon shall not
constitute a debt or indebtedness of the Authority
within the meaning of any provisions or limitations
of the statutes or Constitution of the State of
Florida, Gulf County, or other participating counties
or housing finance authorities, but will be payable
solely from payments made from the.revenues gen-
erated from the housing program.
All persons are advised that, if they decide
to appeal any decision made at this public hearing,
they will need a record of the proceedings, and for
such purpose, they may need to ensure that a ver-
batim record of the proceedings Is made, which
record includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal Is to be based..
At the time and place fixed for said public
hearing persons who appear will be given an oppor-
tunity to express their views for or against the pro-
posal to issue said bonds, and any 'written conm-
ments received by the Clerk of the Circuit Court, ex-
offcilo clerk to the Board will be considered.


In accordance with the Americans With
Disabilities Act. persons needing a special accom-
modation to participate in the proceeding should
contact, the County Administrator's Office no later
than seven (7) days prior to the proceeding at 1000
Cecil Costin. Sr. Boulevard, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456: Telephone: (850) 229-6111.
Nathan Peters, Jr.,
Chairman.
Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County. Florida
Itc. August 23, 2001.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE.OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF:
S1,248.00 (U.S. Currency)
CASE NO.: 01-327-CA

NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGS
TO ALL PERSONS who claim an Interest in the
above-described property, which was seized on or
about June 10 2001. In tGulf County, Florida. Said
property Is in the custody of thile Gulf County
Sheriffs Department. Any owner, entity, bona fide
llenholder or person In possession of the property
when seized has the right to request a preliminary
adversarial hearing for a probable cause determina-
tiol'from the Circuit Court-within 15 days of the
firstpubllcatlon of this notice, with notice sent cer-
tified mail, return .receipt requested to Cecilia
Redding Boyd, Assistant State Attorney. P. 0. Box
860. Panama City, Florida 32402-0860. A Petition
for Final Order of Forfeiture has been filed in the
above-styled cause.
/s/ Cecilia Redding Boyd
CECILIA REDDING BOYD
Florida Bar No.0004030
P. 0. Box 860
Panama City, FL 32402
(850) 763-1787
ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY
2tc,' August 23 and 30,. 2001.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
TIP TOP HOMES.,a Florida general
partnership, Post Office Box 237
Lynn Haven, FL 32444
Plaintiff,

CASE NO.: 00-491-CA
ALBERT J. HASTY and wife,
BARBARA Z. HASTY and FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to.


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BEACH SIDE BEACH HOUSE 2nd lot from Ihe
Beach 3 BR/2 BA, Flornda room and detached
carport with laundry & storage room. "OWNER
SAYS SELL" MAKE AN OFFER! $369,000.00.
121 Circle Drive, Mexico Beach.







CANAL FRONT Mob.le Home with new dock 3
0B/2 BA on 2 lots w 'th 160 leer of canal Irontagic
& Gull access Slorage shed; pump & well & 5shh
cleaning station CompleIel' furr,,hed & equipped
119 N. 32nd Street, Mexico Beach. 5159,900.00.


BEACH SIDE TOWN-HOUSE Desiiny-E Beaou ul
little unit with top quality decor & equipment. This
I BR I BA. s a siep abo.e Great Gulf .,ew from
ele.ated lighted *,un decl co',ered porch ,.'/.fan &
enclosed back paolo T-h. pr,.ate o.,n.r get oao/
hoa become, a perfe.:i 'ental I I -D S 3ih Si ,
Mexico Beach 5129,500.00. REDUCED
5125,900.00.


NESTLED AMONG THE PINES QUAINT
CHALET STYLE HOME. 3 BR/2 BA, Ig. deck,
underneath parking & more. Quiet neighbor-
hood, short walk to beach. 132 PINE STREET -
MEXICO BEACH $149,000.00.


CUSTOM 1999 DOUBLE-WIDE MOBILE HOME -
Zoned III, exposure D, 3 BR/2 BA plus office,
liv/din/kit & dining rm., large deck. Many
extras, near, beach. 116 2nd Street Mexico
Beach OWNER READY TO SELL


eck us out online at starfl.com Classified ads posted daily


WONDERFUL GULF VIEW INVESTMENT 116
Alh Street, Mexico Beach A duplex with 4 BR/2
BA upstairs and 2BR/1BA downstairs. Upstairs
unit is currently rented for $650 a month and
downstairs rents for $450 a month This home ;s
only 1 block from the ded;c:aled beach with a
greal wrap-around deck .,here you can enjoy
Ihe beauliful Gull of Mexico' $195,000.00.


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V 7Cathey Parker Hobbs REALTOR

0 PARKFE R. R.EALTY Sally L. Childs, Realtor Associate
Larry G. Turner, Realtor Associate


of M EXICO B EAC TI INT C. Lisa Varona, Realtor Associate
P.O. Box 13123* Hwy. 98&31stSt.
i'7Selli-na Siunsets for 55 Tears" Mexico Beach, FL 32410


GULF FRONT LOTS!!!
GULF FRON TI jn ulf of nMexi
co. Approx 1acon Hill.,
$285,000.00"
Call us, about plans & permitting for this
Beautiful Lot.
MEXICO BEACH 100' lot on gulf x
1 00'deep approx., $450,000.00.
OTHER LISTINGSI!
LOT I on Hwy 98 & Magellan, St. Joe
Beach, This lot has an unobstructed gulf view
& dedicated beach in front of it. Fanioslic
view of sunsets. $140,000.00.

2 LARGE PARCELS- near beach, zoned RDL
Each parcel is. 280' x 100' for
5140,000.00. 8th Street, Mexico Beach.

2 PRIME RESIDENTIAL PARCELS on Garrison
Ave between Monica and Brenda Drive,
Pori St Joe Each parcel contains 3 lols,
over 1 acre for $75,000.00. peir parcel.

APPROXIMATELY ONE ACRE on Highway
386 at the Overstreet bridge. Property
presently zoned commercial and is in a vast
ly undeserved growing area. $45,000.00.

GREAT STARTER or RETIREMENT HOME: 173
Mossie Rd., Wewahitchka. 2BR/1BA on 1/2
acre lot $29,900. REDUCED TO
$22,500.00.

RED BULL ISLAND- Lot 6, BIk. G, 171' x
100' $10,000.00, REDUCED $8,000.00.

SEASHORES DR. & HIGHWAY 98 AREA -
SUMMERPLACE SUBDIVISION beautiful lot
with great view of Gulf. New subdivision
that has beach and swimming pool access
208.5' x 50' $115,000.00.

510 4TH STREET, Port St. Joe Zoned com-
mercial lot 10, BIk. 26 50' x 170',
$39,000.00.
44 AZALEA DRIVE, MEXICO BEACH -
75X100 Lot within walking distance to dedi-
cated beach. Zoned for homes, only.
$39,900.00.

PRE-CONSTRUCTION:
Pre-Construction: Magnolia Ave., Mexico
Beach 4 BR/2 1/2 BA two story home with
approx. 1965 sq. ft. plus garage. Metal roof,
ceramic tile, berber carpet. Great floor plan.
$349,000.00.

106 Sea Pines, Gulf Air Subd.- 3 BR/2 BA
with approx 1600 sq. ft. plus garage. Another
great plans. $172,900.00.


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e-marl: sales@mexicobeachvacations.com


NEW LISTING 3 BR/2 BA double-wide
mobile home wilh new carpet & paint Has
been well cared for observation deck with
gulfviei- Only 1 block to Beach. 8213 Peli-
can Walk Lane, Pelican Walk Subd,
$105,000.00.

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GULF Fo A 5 BA
..ith ce en & baths, Berber
carpel throughout the rest Spacious decks to
the dolphins play .n the sunsel-0 A MUST SEE.
MARINA COVE Beach Side townhome.. Thee 901 Hwy 98, Mexico Beach. $315,000.00.


beaul.ful uit;l ho-.e 2 BR., 2 1,'2 BA, berber car-
pel ceramic tile, balconies & decks over look-
ing the canal, garages and many, many extras
3 still available at 5219,000.00. and
$229,000.00. Only a short walk to the Beach.
Corner of 42nd Street & Miramar Drive, Mexi-
co Beach.


8172 Hwy. 98 St. Joe Beach 2 BR/2 BA
beautiful new home ir. quiet subdivision localed
right across the street from the beach Ths
home has swimming pool and beach access
Ceram;.: t,le ir. kdlchen & baths Nice spacious
porches Io feel the Gulf Breeze $249,000.00.
MLS#9885.


4 BR/2 BA home on ST. JOE BAY Recently
remodeled,. huge screen porch & open deck
overlooking Sr Joe Bay. Approx. 120' on C-30
210' deep, Has common area access to bay.
279' Bay front with dock. $649,000.00. Will
sell adjoining property to make approx. 4 acres
and you will have all.of the bay frontage to
yourself. Great investment for any type Com-
mercial or Develop for cottages or townhomes.
$1,200,000.00. 2181 C-30, Simmons Bayou.


123 CIRCLE DRIVE Beach side of highway in
Mexico Beach, this 4 BR/3.5 BA single family
br..:k home has a great room. and recreation
room with plenty of storage. What a view from
the sun deck and just steps to the beach!
5395,000.00.


PEACE AND QUIET 3 BR/2 BA double-wide
mobile home with only a short walk to the
beach. Screened porch and large lot. 209 8th
St Mexico Beach. $79,900.00.


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QUAINT BEAC- ble. 2
BR/2 1 nry/storage,
deck &s furnished & equipped.
BEACH SIDE, 103-A, S. 35th Street, Mexico
Beach. REDUCED $169,000.00.


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a Summary Final Judgment dated July 17, 2001, In
the above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest and-
best bidder for cash on the front steps of the Gulf
County Courthouse. Port St. Joe, Florida at 11:00
a.m. (EST) on the 7th day of September, 2001. the
following described property:
PARCEL I:
Beginning at the Southwest corner of
Section 13. Township 4 South, Range 10
West; thence Northeasterly on a magnetic
bearing of NI'30'E for a distance of 245.82
feet to a point; thence turn an angle 19*3'
left and continue line on a magnetic bearing
N1733W a distance of 131.70 feet to a
Point of Beginning, said point being at right
angles to and 33 feet Easterly from the C/L
ol'Stte Hlighway Nr. 71, I,.r,, thle Point of
Er- .hiri rr. :.Jr:..'. I. i ,l:, : ,- r irp.. bear-
ing N4932'E for a distance of 250.00 feet,
-orc O:r le. to h on the West edge of
r,.: vcl arm .:.f' L'4-.l Llies Swamp, said
.,in a: c-ir. I-.Int :- n the city limits
:..:unr,.r, o1 '.%. r r .:nlt a, Florida; thence
Northwesterly on a meandering line along
the city limits boundary of Wewahitchka,
Florida, to a point on the East boundary of
the.R/W of State Road 71, formerly No. 6,
said point being the point of Intersection of
the East boundary of the R/W of State Road
71 and the channel of the West arm of Dead
Lakes Swamp; thence Southeasterly on the
East boundary of State Road 71 (33 feet
East of C/L of State Road 71) a distance of
734 feet to Point of Beginning; being In
Sections 1'3 and 14, Township 4 South.
Range .10 Wdst. all said land lying and being
in Gulf County. Florida.
PARCEL II:
Commence at the Southwest corner of
Section 13, Township 4 South. Range 10
West and extend a line East along the South
line of siad Section 13 for 232.65 feet; then
turn 14" right for 672.48 feet to a point
of Intersection of the C/IL of State Road 71
and Jehu Road; then extend a line N5100' '
West along the centerline of said State Road
71 for 938.0 feet; then turn 92'35' right for-
37.39 feet, to con-rete ,.--nuo,,-, on M, -
East R/W l is,A' :i.' -.1 ?e F ':i'F- i hern
turn .left along said R/W line for 89.98 feet
to a concrete monument; :. -,:n, u-it.hl.i
and extend a line N4624'E i.:r -,i i:e,
more or less, to the C/L of tlre .:nerncl :.I
slough for a Point of Beginning; from this
Point of Beginning extend a line S46'24W
for 266 feet, more or less, to a concrete .
monument on the East R/W line of State
Road 71; then turn right along said R/W
line for 80.0 feet; then turn right and extend
a line N45'58'20"E for 234 feet, more or
less, to the C/L of the slough;' then'turn.'
right along said slough to. the Point of
Beginning. This parcel of land is in Sections,
13 and 14, Township 4 South, Range 10,
West, Gulf County. Florida.
Dated this 20th day of August 2001.
,li' CGuC rr, lkrrl. .:.f Court
Ba ,_ rr:, j I J-,,:, '
Deputy Clerk
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I :iFEE i ;. i Il ti ir'u r..i .:.-:.,i-.. copy of
the Il ...-.; :i, ri-na cma e, laJrri r.. i i i.:1 lle deliv
er, I.:. l-ij d r i-:.,:t. ,j- i r. f F ox 36.
Va f.i'l .:., FT.:.r a .2 2- 0:r *'.L -l r i. Harm.
Esq.. 1007 Jenks Avenue, Panama City,, Florida
32401 this 20th day of August 2001.
/s/ Tonya.Knox
Court Clerk
2tc, August 23 and 30, 2001.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0001-43


The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
will receive sealed bids from any person, company or
corporation Interested in providing the following
goods/service:
One (1I) New Holland TS100 4-Wheel
Drive Tractor or equivalent
16 X 16 Transmission or equivalent
Cab with Air Conditioner
Top Beacon Light
Back-up Alarm
Minimum 540 P.T.O.
Bid price to include delivery, and the delivery date
must be specified. Liquidated damages of $50.00 per
day will be assessed for each day goods remain
undelivered.
Questions should be directed to Gulf County Road
Department Superintendent Bobby Knee at 1850)
639-2238.
Please Indicate on the envelope that this is a
SEALED BID and include the BID NUMBER.
Bids will be received until Monday,
September 10, 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
By: /s/ Nathan Peters, Jr., Chairman
Attest: /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham. Clerk
2tc. August 23 and 30. 2001.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0001-44
-ne GulC l ,_.jurr, B: ul ol" C.:.un r Co.mm s-=:ihner3
,,iii re,:ei c ta)led lij f oro an., per-:.. ,:ompjn, or
corporation Interested in providing the following
goods/service:
One (1) Passenger Type Van (2000 or Newer)
Should accommodate 12-15 passengers
.Should be rated for passenger use
Specifications can be obtained from the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000 Cecil G. Costin. Sr.
Blvd., Room 148, Port St. Joe, FL 32456. (850) 229-
6113.
Bid price to Include delivery, and the delivery date
must be specified. Liquidated damages of $50.00 per
day will be assessed for each day goods remain
undelivered. ,
Questions should be directed to Gulf County Road
Department Superintendent Bobby Knee at (850)
639-2238.
Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
SEALED BID and Include the BID NUMBER.
Bids will be received until Monday,
September 10, 2001 at 5:00 p. min., E.D.T., at
the Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000
Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Blvd., Room 148, Port St.
Joe, FL 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all
bids,
BOARD OF.COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By ri.rnl,, fciers r Chairman
Attest: /s/ ,C-.u,Ie.- a Brminrhaml-,. Clerk
2tc. August 23 and 30. 2001.
"' Port St. Joe Lodge No. 111
Reg. Stated Communication
*..G,... 1st & 3rd Thursday of each
mo., 8:00 p.m.,Masonic Hall,
214 Reid Ave. Emory Bailey, W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec..

















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2482 Hayes Avenue, H.V.
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850-229-8485
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477 Ponderosa Pines
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Port St. Joe, FL
32456
Owner: Chris Acree
Pager: 850-335-0785
Office: 227-1402


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Owner: Brent Pierce 229-COOL
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850-227-7388
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Phone: 639-9635


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Mobile (850) 227-6105


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