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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: November 8, 2001
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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The Star OnLin5e at http:HiL ww.SarFL.com
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2001


Two Sections
474 Per Copy
Plus 34 Tax 5 0. )


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Area Sports pg. 10-11A
Christmas on the Coast
Pg. 3A
Arizona Chemical Award
Pg. 7A
Baby Hannah Needs Help
Pg. 3A
Jail For Bail pg. 1B
Adult Entertainment Pg. 3A
Law Enforcement Pg. 6A
Worship Choices Pg. 9A
Obituaries Pg. 2B
School News pg. 3-5B
Classifieds Pg. 6B
Trades & Services pg. 8B8

Jones and
Risinger Win
M.BB. Election
Group 4 incumbent Cecil J.
"Bud" Jones and Group 5 _chal-
lenger Chuck Risinger were the
winners in, Tuesday's: Mexico
Beach city elections.
Jones out-polled his chal-
lenger Mel Ashcraft 294 votes to
114. and Rismger defeated Group
5 Commissioner David Miller 297
votes to 116 to claim that seat.
The Mexico Beach Council
has scheduled a special meeting
for Monday. December 3rd, to
conduct sweanng in ceremonies
for the two council posts.

Sentencing Handed
Down To Laine, Ortiz
Following their conviction by
Gulf County juries in recent
weeks. William (Bill) Laine and
Justin Ortiz were delivered sen-
tencing by Circuit Judge Glen
Hess at the Gulf County
Courthouse Tuesday, according
to Gulf County Shenrffs Office
Sergeant Jimmy Williams.
Laine, who was convicted of
1998 arson of a structure, was
sentenced to serve 364 days in
the county jail, followed by 10
years of probation, as well as
make restitution.
i Ortiz, found guilty on a 2000
charge ofvehicular manslaughter,
will serve two years with the
Department of Corrections after
which he will be on probation for
an additional 10 years.
County to Hold Public
Meeting on "Race Track
Noise" Thursday Evening
Gulf County commissioners
are holding a special public meet-
ing Thursday evening at 6:00 p.m.
CT in the old Gulf County
Courthouse in 'Wewahitchka to
discuss the Gulf County
Speedway.
Noise levels at the speedw(tay .
were discussed during the board's
October 9th meeting. Commis-
sioner Billy Traylor brought up
the subject, pointing out that he
had received numerous, com-
plaints about the noise levels at
the track.
New owner Ben Watkins was
present at the meeting along with
several race car drivers and sup-
porters who objected to further
limitations-on the track.
The board called' the public
meeting and is urging people in
participation to come add their
input and voice their opinions on
the issue.

Boyd Secures Funds
for Channel Dredging
$500,000 has been allocated
for the continuation of a mainte-
nance dredging plan of the autho-
rized navigation channel which
supports the port at Port St. Joe,
according to Congressman Allen
Boyd.
Last year, Congressman Boyd
secured $500,000 as part of the
first step toward the renewal of
maintenance dredging. This con-
tinuation of funding will help to
(See DREDGING on Page 8A)


Wewa State Bank Plans Merger



With South, Aliabam'na Bancorporatio n


W. Bibb Lamar, Jr., President
and Chief Executive Officer of
South Alabama Bancorporation,
Inc., and Jerald D. Gaskin,
Chairman of Wewahitchka State
Bank, announced Friday,
November 2, an agreement in
principle whereby Wewahitchka
State Bank will become a wholly-
owned subsidiary of' South
Alabama through the merger of
Gulf Coast 'Community .Banc-
shares with and into South
Alabama Bancorporation.
Wewahitchka State Bank is
located in Gulf County in the
Florida Panhandle and his offices
in Wewahitchka, Port St. Joe and
St. Joe Beach.
This acquisition will be
accomplished by the issuance of
South Alabama stock in exchange
for all of Gulf Coast's stock. The
number of shares to be issued
'depends on the book value of Gulf
Coast's stock and the market
value of South Alabama's stock at
the time of the merger. Currently.
this transaction is valued at
approximately 84.5 million.-,


Lamar stated, "We are excited
about this addition to our com-:
pany. Gulf County, along with the
adjoining Bay and Walton coun-:
ties, is undergoing significant
development and we look forward
to expanding our presence in
these counties." Gaskin com-
mented, "Our new affiliation will
afford Wewahitchka State Bank
greater growth opportunities and
also will allow us to provide our
communities, customers and
employees additional products,
services and opportunities."
Gaskin said users of the bank
will probably not notice a differ-
ence in the day to day operations
of the bank. The same personnel
will be in place and he will remain
as Chairman of the Board and
CEO. Bill Sumner will continue as
bank President. Carolyn Husband
as; Vice-President and Cashier,
and Execubve Vice-Presidents are
Tonya Nixon and Shawn Pitts.
Even the Board of Directors will
remain intact-George Core, A',
Cathey, Carolyn Husband, Bill
Sumner, and Jerry Gaskin.


"Sand Mountain" To.


Come Down-Graham


Congress has agreed to spend
$4.9 million to remove dredged
sand from the banks of the


Apalachicola River and use it for
environmentally acceptable pro-
jects along the Flonda coast,
including beach -renoui-shment.
according to Senator Bob
Graham.
".This is a very significant vic-
tory for the people of Florida and
of the entire nation. We can all
look forward to the removal of
Sand Mountain from the banks of
the Apalachicola." Graham said.
"This funding represents an
important step in our long effort
to have the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers stop its damaging and
wasteful dredging on a 50-mile
stretch of the river."
Graham worked 'to, ensure
that the funding was included in
the' final agreement on the Energy
and Water Development Appro-
priations Bill (H.R. 2311) for fiscal,
year 2002. The conference report
-was adopted by the Senate on a
Vote of 96 to 2.
Language included in the con-
ference report authorizes the.
Corps of Engineers to remove
dredged sand and use it for envi-
ronmentally acceptable projects
in coastal areas of Flonda. These


could include projects such as
beach renounshment and bird
islands in the Gulf of Mexico.
Sand Mountain (officially called
Site 40) would then be used as a
transfer site for future dredged
'-ha.tendal-'rid would be stored
there for a finite period of time
until it is shipped elsewhere.
The Corps is already required
:to develop a long-term dredge
management plan for the
Apalachicola. under the terms of
its dredging permit from the
Florida Department of Environ-
mental Protection. Language in
the bill requires that the plan be
delivered within two years.
Graham has been working for
several years to halt Corps dredg-
ing of the Apalachicola, arguing
that barge traffic has declined to
the point where there is only forty
cents-worth of benefit for every
dollar spent on dredging. He calls
the Apalachicola River "the poster
child for bad management prac-
tices by the Corps of Engineers."
The Conference Report states:
"...That the project for the
Apalachicola, Chattahoochee. and
Flint Rivers Navigation. autho-
rized by section 2 of the River and
Harbor Act of March 2. 1945 and
(See SAND MOUNTAIN on IPage 8A)


Some of the services the
merger will bring to bank cuis-


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tomers are internet banking, fixed
rate mortgages and better accom-


(See MERGER on Page 8A)


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Veterans Programs Planned


, PSJHS, WES and VFW to Honor Those Who've Served


.-e All veterans and.-.membets of
the community are cordially
invited to attend a ceremony rec-
ognizing the veterans and their.
contributions to our country on
Friday. November 9th at 9:00
A.M. ET in the R. Marion Craig
Cobseum of Port St. Joe High
School. On the day of the cere-
mony, please use the main
entrance to the school, sign in at
the guest registration table and'
an NJROTC cadet will escort you
to the reserved seating area.
Guest speaker for this year's
program 'will be Sergeant First
Class Seth Howell, a 1984 gradu-
ate of Port St. Joe High School.
During high school Seth was a
member of the NJROTC unit serv-
ing as the Supply Officer,
Executive Officer and held the
rank of Cadet LT-CDk. After high
school he attended Florida State
University and enlisted :in ,the
United States Army in 1987. He
has served tours of duty
Aschaffemburg, West Germany,
Hawaii, and various stateside
duty stations. He is currently an


Garden Club Beautifies Forest Park South
Several members of the Port St. Joe Garden Club volunteered their time and energies last week
to beautify Forest Park South signage. They planted various colorful flowers and evergreens
around the newly erected sign at the park's entrance.


Airborne Instructor at Ft.
Bending, Ga.
Sergeant Howell's back-
- ground is in Infantry. His assign-
ments have included Rifleman,
Bradley Gunner, Rifle Team
'Leader, Rifle Squad Leader, Long
Range Surveillance Team Leader.
Weapon Squad Leader, Scout
Squad Leader, Sniper Section
Leader, Rifle Platoon Sergeant,
Rifle Platoon Leader and Airborne
Instructor.


His awards include the
Meritonous Service Medal, four
Army Commendation Medals, five
Army Achievement Medals, four
Good Conduct Medals, National
Defense Medal, two Southwest
Asia Service Medals, Kuwait
Liberation Medal Saudi Arabia,
Kuwait Liberation Medal Kuwait,
Combat Infantryman's Badge,
Expert Infantryman's Badge,
(See VETERANS on Page 8A)


"Christmas For Kids" Sets $5,000 Goal
Seeking Funds to Make Christmas Special for 4-70
Last year's first annual Tots,.program in place, 'but has a
"Christmas *For Kids" program need for such a program," said
exceeded its $2,500 goal by over a program director'Jim Newton, as
thousand dollars, reaching. 110 "Christmias For Kids" was intro-
area children-after the community duced last year.
made .$3.600' in contributions of 'Donations .can be mailed to
cash and gifts. Knights of Columbus, P. 0. Box
This year's goal has been set 13238, Mexico Beach, FL .32410,
at $5,000 as the .program has or dropped off at The Star
grown and is anticipating a list of Publishing Company, located at
approximately 170 Gulf County 209 Reid Avene in Port St. Joe
children to sign up. This program Parents who need toys can
will provide 'Christnas t6ys aid register children at the Catholic
other items to children who are in Charities' Port St. Joe office locat-
rieed and otherwise might not ed .in St. Joseph Catholic
receive any gifts-all children of Church's Parish Hall, ori the cor-
Gulf County are eligible. ner of 20th Street and Monument
Avenue, on Wednesdays. from
Knights of Columbus' 11572, 9:40 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
Arvida, and The Star Publishing through December 12th.
Com any are again sponsoring Donations are tax deductible.
"Christmas For Kids," and over All donations should be received
$2,000 has already been con- by December 18th in order to
trtbuted for this yeai's program as by December 18th in order to
it officially gets started this complete the program. New toys
Christmas season. will also be accepted at the drop-
off points. For more information,
"Gulf County does not have please call Jim Newton at 229-
an' Empty Stocking or Toys For 6474.
Sen. Lawson Sponsors Armstrong Relief Bill


State Senator Al Lawson Is
sponsoring a relief bill for the
upcoming legislative session seek-
ing compensation for the death of
Harold Armstrong who was killed
while working for Gulf County in
1994.
Armstrong was working as a
temporary helper as part of the
Tropical Storm Alberto debiis
clean-up program when he
received fatal injuries fri an acci-
dent at Five Points Landfill on
November 1.1, 1994.
The family filed suit and won
a jury trial in 1999 against Gulf
County and was awarded dam-
ages in the amount of
$2,007,184.92 for the benefit of
the estate and Armstrong's chil-
dren.
The county has a $200,000
claims limit under sovereign
immunity protections. In order for
claims against it to go beyond that


limit, a claims bill must pass
through the legislature. A claims
bill was filed in the 2001 session
of the legislature, but failed. Sen.
Lawson has refiled the claims bill.
Lawson stated through one of his
administrative assistants that he
was filing the bill on behalf of the
family members.
Gulfs insurance company
has already paid the $200,000
portion of the claim as required
under the sovereign immunity
limits. If the bill does successfully
make its Way through the legisla-
ture, the family and their attor-
neys would receive an additional
$1.8 million (the total amount
awarded).
Gulfs. Insurance would cover
up to a total of $1 million and the
remaining $1 million ($200,000 of
which has been paid) would come
from the county's reserve contin-
gency fund.


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EDITORIAL COMMENTARY f L?4f4 147W/44 W44 C4 by Kesley Colberit
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Get the Gloves




Back Out...

I guess if residents of Gulf County want to continue exer-
cising their privileges to drive on the beaches of Gulf County
they had better' get the gloves back out and circle up the hors-
es-cause there's some folks out there who have plans to stop
this activity.
If memory serves me right it was back around 1997 when
this issue last came up, and I distinctly remember an overflow
crowd of fellow Gulf Countians hearing some pretty hollow rea-
soning as to why beach driving was so bad. Folks also got the
opportunity to express their point. of view, and eventually a
"compromise" plan was agreed to.
This plan rightly placed a 'lot of rules and regulations on
beach driving, especially in the area of the Cape that is in the
St. Joseph Bay Aquatic Preserve.- As the meeting ended, I
remember just like it was yesterday, former Gulf commission-
er Warren Yeager saying, "This ,is only the first round, their
ultimate goal is to stop beach driving." :,
Warren hit the'nail right bn the head. We knew it then and
nothing. has changed or happened that makes me-think any
differently now. The regulators don't want anyone driving on
the beach except for them, and they will continue to chip away
at beach driving until they have stopped it-if they have, their
way.
Aquatic Preserve Manager Tammy Summers, makes this
point plain in her written statement to the board, "I have
-determined ." Sure, there was some before and after ver-
biage, but dad-gum let's at least act like we want to get togeth-
er to discuss the issue with open minds instead of "my way or
no way."
Now I have no problem with Tammy .that I'm aware of. In
fact, most every environmental or ecological issue she fights
for I'm in her corner on. She may even be surprised to know
that most folks in Gulf County feel the same way also. If they
didn't Gulf County would not be the pristine playground it is
and visitors would not be coming from around the globe to
enjoy it.
In Tammy's letter to the county she says Gulf County and
its residents have repeatedly violated the Aquatic Preserve
.Beach ,Management Plan over the past three years. --
Hold on just a minute here. If someone has broken the law
'we need to call the cops. 'Furthermore, .Tammy, if-yoirthNave
been holding on to information trying to build a case rather
than trying to address problems, you're helping to create prob-
lems rather than trying to solve them. ,
Gulf Commissioner Jerry Barnes (District 5) has sent a let-
ter of response requesting clarification on the charges made by
Tammy prior to the board setting a date for a public meeting
on beach driving. Maybe, if Tammy would tell us (Gulf County)
what's in her craw, we could all work together and iron out any
problems.. But, if someone is breaking the rules they need to
be addressed-not the beach driving issue.
If people abuse the privilege they need to be prosecuted to
the full extent of the law. You won't get any argument from
anyone I know for upholding the law. In fact, most users of the
beach had just as soon people who abuse the privilege get their
just reward. Law abiding users are just as mad as they can be
that someone is jeopardizing their right to drive on the beach
by abusing the rules.
On the other hand, if this is like one of thdse subliminal
messages where what you hear, see, and feel are not necessar-
ily what's going on, and there really is a hidden agenda as has
been suggested, then it looks like we're getting ready to start
round two.
See you at the meeting.


I'm telling you, my little broth-
er is tough! The very first con-
scious memory of my life is that
big dog jumping up on him, and
biting him right in the face. We
were playing out in the driveway. I
was maybe three and a half. David
Mark was 20 months younger.
I broke and ran for the house!
It was the neighbor's dog and he
was mean as all get out! I reckon I
was figuring he would chew on
David until I could reach the safe-
ty of the back door. When Mother
got, out to Dave he was bleeding
right smartly from the gash on .his
cheek-but he had both hands on
that dog's collar, had him choked
down on. the ground ,and Was try-
ing with all his might to finish him
off ,
In all the years we lived in that
'house we didn't have no more


America's Finest!


trouble with that dog!
1 saw him fall out of Mrs.
Boaz's walnut tree one time. He
bounced off about two limbs and
landed on his chin. I was hurrying
down to chedk on- K. C., drop the
rope back down here, I'm coming
up."
We'd play tackle footballin the
front yard. Leon was five years
older than me and he would mash
me into the ground. We both, in
turn, would mash on David. He
kept getting up. And getting up.
And getting up .
I remember the time he
jumped down on the nail. It went
near 'bout plum through his- foot.
It hurt me just looking at it. I get a
shiver up my. spine thinking about
it forty years later. David never
said a word, never made a sound,
when they pulled that nail out! I
know that.coal oil Mother washed
it out with must'a stung like. the
dickens! He was playing second
. base two days later.
Dave wasn't one-to cry or carry
on. ,.
The city or the power company
or somebody -put a cable walk over
this big ditch down in one of the


fields not far from us. It was a
shortcut to a sewage station or a
utility house. There were two
cables, one about four feet above
the other. The idea was to walk the
bottom one while holding on to the
top cable. It was easy enough for a
grownup. Not quite as easy for the
younger set!
Leon could zip right over. I had
to stand on tip-toe to reach the
high .cable. And I had to ease
across slowly and rest every few
minutes, but I could make it.
David Mark couldn't stand on the
bottom cable and reach the top
one. They should've had one of
those Disney World signs-you've
got to be this high to go on this
ride.
David would shinny up the
pole, grab the top cable and hand
over hand, with his feet dangling
out into space, work himself
across that ditch. I don't reckon I
ever stopped to think what would
have happened if he had slipped or
let go. It never crossed my mind
that he wouldn't make it. And it
never crossed his to be left behind!
We had some, fights over the
growing up years that you would-
n't believe. I was always a little big-


ger and maybe a little stronger.
But his toughness was always the
equalizer. He wouldn't stay beat
up! And if it got pretty serious. he
would grab a rake. a butter knife,
a pitch fork-it wasn't in his make-
up to come in second!
In high school he was the one
who looked after me. When the car
wouldn't go into any gear I called
him. He came immediately. .He
perused the situation for a second
or two, laid down on his back in
the snow and ice and slid up under
that old Chevrolet. It took him
about five minutes,. "Linkage" was
. all he said. .
When Mary Hadley Hayden
told me to take a long walk down a
short pier some of my friends had
a good laugh at my expense. I'was
kinda serious about her . and
it kinda hurt. I learned years later
that David Mark took Jerry,
Buddy, and a couple of others out
behind the Dairy Bar and
"explained" things to them. All I
knew at the time was that they let
it drop a lot quicker than I thought
they would.
Strong, silent, reliable, loyal,
sturdy and staunch. At fifteen- he
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)


World Series Signals the Soon Appearance of Thanksgiving and Christmas


THE SIGHT OF THE first
robin heralds the advent of
Spring.
Likewise, the first Christmas
carol or the first Christmas com-'
mercial on TV means the Christ-
mas season is just around the
corner.
The World Series being played
on TV is another sure sign.
I have witnessed both the first
Christmas commercial and every
game played in the World Series,
this past week. A sure sign that
Christmas is drawing nigh and
that Thanksgiving is only a couple
of weeks in the future.
Through Wednesday, October
30, the World Series games have
featured some good pitching .
and a few errors. Curt Schilling,
Randy Johnson, Roger Clemens,
Andy Pettit and the others have all
turned in excellent performances;
living up to their reputation, so to
speak.

ONE OF THE CHARACTERS


who didn't live up to their reputa-
tion, in my opinion, was the girl
who called herself "singing" at the
opening game in Phoenix.
She appeared on the scene to
do her thing, semi-draped in a .
couple of rags with her belly but-
ton showing and her hair
uncombed. She murdered "God
Bless America" and the 'crowd
politely clapped and cheered.
Then, when the game moved
to New york, two men, dressed
appropriately for the occasion, did
a good job of singing "The Star
Spangled Banner" and "God Bless
Americh"; both singing the songs
in a correct manner.


And the crowds went wild!
.That girl, out in Arizona,
ruined her rendition, although .1I
suppose she is sort of a famous
singer and earned a pretty penny
singing the song.
'First, the Diamondbacks
should be ashamed for having
asked her to perform, and, next;
she should be ashamed at the
facade she put up for that occa-
sion.
I wonder if anybody else was
offended by he- singing? ,
' 'I'm tired of having those .who
claini to be "singers", murdering
"The Star Spangled Banner" at
athletic events! Give me the late'


Harry Carey's .rendition, of "Take
Me Out to .the Ball game", any-
timel

MY DISAPPOINTMENT at the
singing at the first World Series
game,: was, more than soothed
over by my friend, Ralph Walton.
Ralph took a trip to the north-
west' Georgia mountains, up
around Ellijay, and brought me a
bag of apples. It was almost as
good as going myself. I formerly
did go to the mountains every
Thanksgiving, back when I was
active in the publishing of this.
marvelous newspaper. Once, I
also went to Ellijay to view the
beautiful scenery .in and around
Ellijay and inspect their many
apple orchards.
'It was at Ellijay that I first saw
black apples. I saw them adver-
tised on billboards when I arrived
in the vicinity of Ellijay, so I start-
ed looking for the real thing.
About a mile on the other side
of Ellijay, I came to an apple


house and they featured black
apples. .
I bought some and, you know,
they tasted just like the red vari-
ety? You couldn't tell the differ-
ence. It was just the novelty of the
things.

IT WAS ALMOST as good as
going to the mountains for my for-
merly annual fall trip myself; hav-
ing Ralph remember me on his
trip to the mountains.
I hope he had a good time. I
always did.
On one trip I took to the
mountains, I stopped to spend the
night at Dillard, just as I always
did. We went to the Dillard House
for breakfast, and the owners had
piles of pumpkins out under the
trees beside the road. They had
pumpkins of all sizes interspersed
with shocks of corn stalks.
Across the street. from the'
restaurant was a large corn field,
full 'of stalks all bundled up in
intermittent standing shocks, just


like a Norman Rockwell painting
of fall and Thanksgiving.
That was a trip and a Thanks-
giving season to rjmemberl

.THE PLAYING OF THE World
Series and memories of former
Thanksgiving trips are indelible
reminders to me of my favorite
time of the year. I always looked
forward to participating in them
and I still look forward to that
time of the year.
The- appearance of good,
plump, flavorful raw oysters, on
the scene, does nothing at all to
diminish the advent of the season
I'm looking forward to a visit
to the Raw Bar inr order to satisfy
my oyster taste, as well as reflect-
ing on my memories of trips to the
mountains and enjoyment of
World Series games-less the
"singing" of that young girl who
was half-dressed in two bandan-
nas and had her hair uncombed!


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2nd Annual "Christmas on the Coast"

Coming to Port St. Joe November 30th through December 2nd


Santa Claus and a whole lot
more is coming to town on
November 30th, December 1st
and 2nd for the second annual
"Christmas on the Coast" festive
weekend.
Many of the ingredients that
have made this area. so special
will be highlighted and empha-
sized during these three days of
activity sponsored by the
*Constitution City Business
Association and the Gulf County
.Tourist Development Council.
Open House & Tree Lighting
The festivities will begin
Friday afternoon when merchants
'and the city will hold open house
and Christmas tree lighting cere-
monies.
Downtown merchants will
hold open house from 4:00 to
6:00 p.m. At 7:00 p.m. in Frank
Pate Park, Mdyor Frank Pate will
throw the switch on the city's



Kesley

(From Page 2)
.was more man than I was ever
going to be! And the toughest nut
in. our neck of the woods by a
country mile
The Vietnam War came along-
and guess who they called! Our
government is not as dumb as it
sometimes lo9ks!
David spent a year in the jun-
gles "over there." He was not
finlike the millions of other that we
..haye turned to in our desperate
,time of need. We are indeed a for-
:i nate nation. We have always had
*those never back up, hang till the
Sehd, tough.as whit leather soldiers
to stand and fight for us.
You know how to spot a veter-
apn? He's the one W\lth'the straight
bak . and the eyes that don't
Sblink!
-" I appreciate every single one of
them that has suited up on my,
behalf. They have my continuing
' heartfelt thanks. They have'
S"looked after" me just as surely
.and as steadfastly as my own
brother has .
Respectfully.


giant Christmas tree.
Festival & Downtown
Activities Saturday
Activities kick off again at
9:00 a.m. Saturday morning, as
Port St. Joe is transformed into a
Christmas festival. Downtown
merchants will start the day con-
tinuing a weekend long Christmas.
sale. Arts and crafts and food ven-
dors will also be set up through-
out the day at Frank Pate Park.
There is no doubt about it-
all of Santa's helpers will be able
to find that something special as


they relax and enjoy "Christmas
on the Coast."
Santa Comes To Town
Santa will arrive at 1:30 p.m.
via boat at St. Joseph Pier in
Frank Pate Park as he makes his
way to Reid Avenue for the annu-
al Christmas parade beginning at
2:00 p.m. Downtown merchants
and vendors at the park will
remain open throughout the
afternoon.
Lighted Boat Parade at 7:00
At 7:00 p.m. Saturday
evening St. Joseph Bay will once


again host the lighted boat
parade. Recreational and com-
mercial fishermen from through-
out the area provided a special
treat last year as they "decked
out" their vessels with various
Christmas lightings and paraded
along St. Joseph Bay.
St. Joseph Pier, Port St. Joe
Marina, or any spot along the bay
will provide an excellent spot for
observation and enjoyment.
Christmas Concert Sunday
Afternoon at 4 p.m.
The reason for the season will


Baby Girl Hannah Marie Linton


Needs the Community's Help


Hannah Marie. Linton, the
baby daughter of Allen and
Crystal Linton of Wewahitchka,
was born on September 14 at Gulf
Coast Hospital in Panama City.
Hannah was born with respira-
tory problems and was airlifted to
Sacred Heart 'Hospital in
Pensacola within 24 hours of her
birth. She was 'diagnosed with
respiratory distress at Sacred
Heart, where she remained for her
first 29 days. Unfortunately, on
November 1, only 16 days after
her release from Sacred Heart,
baby Hannah was again hospital-
ized at Gulf Coast Hospital diag-
nosed with liver and kidney
complications. Hannah was
transported by ambulance to
Shand's'Hospital in Gainesville on
Friday, November 2.
Haipnah's parents are suffer-
ing financially due to the loss of
wages for the past few weeks. At
their arrival in: Gainesville,
Hannah's parents, learned that
the Ronald McDonald house was
at capacity with a waiting list.
They are currently staying in the
hospital room with. Hannah but
have been told by hospital staff
that if the room is needed for
another baby they will. need to
find other accommodations.-
Ms. Carol Settench of White
City was notified on Friday of the
serious dilemma and immediately
began making telephone calls to


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Arvida
Bayside Lumber
Capital City Bank
Carpet Country
Carr's Auto Sales
Century 21-Gulf Coast Realty
Citizens Federal Savings'Bank
Constitution City Business Assn.
Crystal Sands Realty
Dockside Caf6
El Governor Gift Shop
El Governor Motel
Emerald Coast Federal Credit Unior
Geri-Care
GT Comn


Gulf Coast Electric Co-op
Heart's Desire
McDonald's
Needles & Thread
Radio Shack .
Reeve's Furniture & Refinishing
Roy's
The Athletic House
The Frame Shop
The Port
The Star Publishing Co.
Treasures By The Sea
n Tyndall Federal Credit Union
Wewahitchka State Bank
Wonder Bar


friends and business acquain-
tances. In just a few short hours
she was able to raise money ito
give to Hannah's parents so that
they would be able to make the
trip to Gainesville with Hannah.
Carol has also set up a special
fund at Emerald Coast. Federal
Credit Union, the "Hannah Fund",
and donations can be made
directly into the fund. You can
also make donations at several
designated businesses in Wewa-
hitchka: Dixie Dandy, The Creek
Stop, David Rich's IGA, Bill's
Dollar Store, The Bayou, the
Subway Shop and the Junior
Mart on Highway 71, and The Star
Publishing Co., in Port St. Joe. If
you wish', to make a donation '
please, do so at one of these busi-
nesses. Or. make your donations
at Emerald Coast Credit Union in
We\vahitchka or Port St. Joe.,
Please make all checks payable to
the "Hannah Fund".
Even more importantly the
family covets your prayers for
Hannah. "You know the value *of
prayer. If is precious beyond all
*,price. Never, never neglect it."-Sir
Thomas Buxton .
Hannah's parents wish to,'
extend a very special thank-you to
those who helped in their hour of
need, making it possible for them
to travel to Gainesville on Friday.
The generosity and kindness from
their hearts is overwhelming.


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ads developed & printed on
bright, white newsprint
featuring a full color cover!


They are Mr. and Mrs. John
Setterich; Rocky Comforter of
comforter's Funeral Home; Father
Jerry Huft & the Ministerial
Association, Ms. Jean Jones of
Kid's Corner, Mr. and Mrs. Danny
Clayton of A-1 Oil & Muffler
Service, Abigail and David
Taunton of Taunton Trusses, all
of Wewahitchka; Roy Barnes and
the employees of Gulf Coast
Electric Cooperative, and John
Hendry of Arvida. In addition, we
would like to thank Mr. and Mrs.
, Ted Whitfield of Whitfield Timber
in Wewahitchka, Ms. Shirley
Stone and Ms. Sue McDaniel of.
Clarksville, and the Wewahitchka
Eastern Star for their donations
this week.


be emphasized over the weekend
and then highlighted with a spiri-
tual Christmas concert to be held
Sunday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. at
the First Baptist Church in Port
St. Joe.
Enter Your Float In The
Parade
Saturday's parade through
downtown promises to be one of
the best ever and you can be a big
part of it all!
All civic organizations, busi-
nesses, church groups, bands,
law enforcement and fire depart-
ments, and other marching
groups are encouraged to show
your Christmas spirit in this
year's parade.
The theme, of course, will fol-
low that of the. weekend-
'"Christmas on the Coast," so keep
that in mind if you will enter a
float. And don't forget that you
may be rewarded in other ways
than just seeing the excitement
and joy on the faces of all those
along the parade route-prizes
will be awarded to winning.
floats-cash prizes from $150 to
$500 in ,two categories, non-profit
and others.
See the ad on Page 3 in this
issue of 'The Star for further
details and an entry form to
reserve your spot in the proces-
sion.
See You On The Coast!
Whatever plans you have in
mind to celebrate this holiday
season, make sure you include
the second annual "Christmas on
the Coast". it's going to be very'
special ,


'Cindy Whatley
Cindy Whatley


Named To Board
Cindy Hicks Whatley of
Auburndale was been named the
2001-2002 Chamber -Mainstreet
President. She was installed dur-
ing the organization's 51st
Anniversary Banquet on Septem-
ber 22.
Mrs. Whatley, Human
Resources specialist for
International Paper, moved to
Auburndale in 1979. "This is an
honor for me to serve Auburndale
in this position," said Whatley. "I
hope to bnng some of my experi-
ence and .knowledge from
International Paper to benefit the
community."
Cindy is married to Rob
Whatley and they have one
daughter, Emily. She enjoys, read-
ing and spending time with her
family. She is a 1976 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and the
daughter of Bobby and the late
Shirley Hicks. She is the grand-
daughter of Mrs. *Mae Hicks of
Highland View.


Tourist Development Jo Is T tn Adult
Council Been Busy s T gning Adult


: The Gulf County Tourist
Development Council has been
very busy despite the overall slow-
ing in tounsm due to 9/1 1 events
and normal seasonal declines in
visitors this time of year.
TDC Director Paula' Pickett
states. 'Yes. Gulf County tourism
tias been impacted, and yes, our
revenues are down almost 18% to
last September. but compared to
the rest, of Florida's tourism
industry (Orlando was down 68i%)
we feel that fortunate. Visitors
.,at come to our area gener lyv
come from a five hundred-m le
radius and dnve to get here. So
some of the factors that drive
other tourist destinations do not
have much impact of Gulf Counts'
at all."
In fact, we look for Gulf
County to prosper because of the
changes in peoples' vacationing
habits. A pristine beach or a nice
fishing spot that you can drive to
truly has more appeal


Entertainment Restrictions


Port St. Joe city commission-
ers are moving forward with dot-
ting "i's" and crossing "t's" to
limit/restrict adult entertainment
possibilities within the city.
During the board's last meeting.
commissioners passed an adult
entertainment ordinance, but
decided to amend the city alcohol
ordinance to restrict the sale of
alcohol where adult entertain-
ment may be taking-place. .- ..
' a Board' Attorney Russ'elli'
_4ghlz. gave the;board samples of
this amended ordinance Tuesday
evening during its regular meet-
ing. Basically, the board is asking
that the ordinance 'be worded to
say there shall be no alcohol
served where adult entertainment
is being,held. Commissioners will
likely consider the ordinance dur-
ing the board's next meeting on
November 19th.


Other Matters Discussed
*The board opened bids on
the Battles Street Stormwater
Improvement Project. Commis-
sioners awarded the bid to low
bidder Gulf Coast Utility
Contractors ($318.460) contin-
gent upon review by the city engi-
neers.
*Commissioner Eugene
Raffield reported that Bill
Kennedy, of Preble-Rish, Iic., has
wniten a letter to the Department
Sof Transportation requesting help
and 'information on correcting
traffic problems at the new red
light location at the intersection of
Highway 98 and First Street.
The new light was expected to
have turn lane option capabilities,
but apparently does' not. The
board hopes that turn options
can be worked out at the intersec-
tion.
*Discussed the purchase of
parking areas for the downtown
business, .district. Economic
Development Director Karen
Whaley urged the board to move
forward with purchasing parking
areas if possible. "You're already
limited," she said. Whaley also
agreed to help secure grant funds
for the project.
Mayor Frank Pate told the
board they needed to have. an
answer by November 15th on sev-
eral lots they have been looking at
off of Williams Avenue.


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Tremendous cash prizes will be
awarded in two categories, non-profit
and others, for entries in the
Christmas parade. Prizes of $500,
.., $250 and $150 will be awarded in
___ -each category. Theme for the parade
will be "Christmas on the Coast."


* Santa will come to town
by boat
* Lighted boat parade on
beautiful St. Joseph
Bay at 7:00 p.m.
+ Official lighting of the
city's Christmas tree
* A float parade featuring
the Shriners
* Arts, Crafts and Food at
Frank Pate Park
* Music to fit the season
* Much, much more for
the whole family to
enjoy!


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CALL TODAY- DEADLINE TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT IS
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12th!


The form below needs to be returned to Tonya Nixon, c/o
Wewahitchka State Bank, P. 0. Box 398, Port St. Joe, FL
32457, by November 27. 2001 or call 850-229-8226.
Enter your group today and make this the biggest and best
holiday celebration ever!!


i Group Name

i Contact Person

Telephone Number

iType of Entry


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Kiwanis Sponsors Girl Scouting
The Girl Scouts is the world's 2, 3; Junior-grades 3, 4, 5, 6; appropriate activities at each
largest organization for girls-just Cadet-grades 6, 7, 8, 9; and level. It encourages a progression
for girls. There are over 2.7-million Senior-grades 9, 10, 11,12. of skills development and respon-
Girl Scouts around the globe Girl Scouts reflects the inter- sibility through the different age
through a program of five levels .a dp. l r ~ ~,ti i ino levels.


that span ages five-17: Daisy-K
and 1st grade; Brownie-grades 1,


ests ancU 1neeUo Ui parcl pa llllng ll
girls. It provides girls with a vari-
ety of experiences and offers age-
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Shown presenting the check in the amount of $500 is Keith
Jones; club treasurer Sara Hoffman, Melanie Raffield. Sharon
Hoffman, Jill Jones and Mitch Burke, club president.


Emily Is Three!
Emily Crosby celebrated her
third birthday on October 30. She
is, the daughter of Dennis and
Deedee Crosby. Her grandparents
are the late Joel R. Gainous and
Sally Gainous of Port St. Joe. and
Nonie and Roland Schoelles of
Apalachicola.


James Whitton Jensen

James Whitton Jensen II
James Whitton Jensen IT was
born October 10 to Deputy JJ and
Connie Jenson of Wewahitchka.
He-weighed seven pounds and five
ounces.
Little JJ is the grandson of,
Bert and Janie Lanier and the late
A.G. -and Ilene Jensen of Wewa-
hitchka.


The four program goals
include developing each,girl's full
potential; relating, to others with
increasing understanding, skill
and respect; developing a mean-
ingful set of values to guide their
actions and to provide for sound
decision making; and contributr-
ing to the improvement of society
through the use of their abilities
and leadership skills, while work-.
ing in cooperation with others.
The Kiwanis Club of Port St.
Joe has been a proud continued
sponsor of the Girl Scouts of Port
St. Joe for a number of years.
Sponsorship from the Kiwanis
Club as well as troop fund raising
projects have provided the experi-
ences for these girls to participate
in games and educational field'
trips, earn badges for specific
achievements and participate in
ceremonies, go on camping/recre-
ational trips, make arts and
crafts, and provide community
service projects.
The local scouts have approx-
imately 40 girls in four troops-one
Daisy. one Brownie and two
Junior. They are led by volunteer
leaders from the community.
There is a specific need for addi-.
uonal leaders for the girls on the
current waiting list, as these
troops are at full capacity for the
number of leaders. The Kiwanis
Club reaches out to other service
organizations to help support our
local Scouts.
If anyone is interested in
helping this wonderful organiza-
tion or would like to become a vol-
unteer, please give Mrs. Jill Jones
a call at 850/229-1084.

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Emily Crosby


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1/2 Hour and Hour
Massages Available
Blue Cross Blue Shield
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Also Available Are
Impressive Looking
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CALL 227-9854


BAY WATCH BEAUTY SALON

Darlene Lamb. A aster Cosmetologist
Specializing in Perms, Cuts, Color and Roller Sets
Women, Men and Children Welcome
Open Monday through Saturday


133 Magellan Street
St. Joe Beach
Call for Appointments
Call 647-3683 or
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Harley and Sara Margret
Whitfield

Sara Whitfield
Harley Whitfield would like to
announce the birth of his sweet
little sister. Sara. born on Sep-
tember 5, 2001. She weighed
eight pounds, seven ounces, and
was 20- 1/2 inches long.
Proud parents are David and
Tina Whitfield. Grandparents are
John arid Trixve Rich and Larry
and Else Whitfield.

DRA Meeting
The Downtown Redevelop-
ment Agency \ill hold its monthly
meeting onr Tuesday, November
13th. at 6:15 p.m.. ET. The meet-
ing will be held at Preble-Rish.
inc., located at 401 Reid Avenue
in Port St. Joe. All members are
urged to attend.


Heather Raffield of Port St. Joe
and Steve Gibson of Port St. Joe.
She is the granddaughter of
Ronnie and Peggy Raffield of Port
St. Joe and Tommie Jo and Greg
"Taz" Sharratt ofAlford.

Cutler Thank You
On behalf of the Cutler Family
we would like to thank all of our


Savannah Leann Gibson

Savannah's 4th
. Savannah Leann Gibson cele-
brated her 4th birthday on
September 3rd with a Cinderella
party. The party was held at her
Poppie and Gaby's house this
year.
Helping her celebrate were
many of her close friends and
family. After opening her presents
and blowing out er candles.
Savannah and her friends enjoyed
the beautiful day on the trampo-
line and ended the party with the
bursting of the pinata.
Savannah is the daughter of


family and friends in Gulf County
for your prayers, flowers, cards
and kind words during our time of
bereavement. THANK YOU. I
Sgt. Mark Cutler & family


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Saturday, November 10 8:00 am 1:00 pm :
Lun1 Lch Menu= Chilli, Rice, Iced Tea & Saltine Crackers ',

Al\ CCome Visit
The House of Divine Loaves"
for your Holiday Cakes and Cookies!
This year we have a Rada Cutlery Table
amnd a Nearly New Room _Ta
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Sea Oats and Dunes Winter Plans for Plot


The Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club will meet Tuesday,
November 13, in the community
room of the Gulf County Volunteer
Fire Department on Alabama
Avenue, St. Joe Beach.
The program will bq presented


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Domestic ViolencelJuvenile
Justice Meetings
The Calhoun/Gulf Domestic
Violence Council will meet at 3:00
p.m. Thursday, November 15 at
the Gulf County Library in Port
St. Joe, and is open to the public.
The Gulf County- Juvenile
Justice Council meeting will fol-\
low at 4:00 p.m.
Membership is open to the
public. Anyone is welcome, and is
encouraged to attend. For further
details and information, please
contact Don Washabaugh at
850/227-7340.
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by Gwen Knight of Port St. Joe,
who will be explaining and creat-
in-g decorations.
The club's garden plots at
Beacon Hill County Park are well
on; their way to being worked.
With the help of some county
maintenance ,men, the grounds
'have been tilled and are ready for
shrubs., plants, and a tree. The
butterfly garden will be. planted in
the. spring; There are NO plans for
a Golf course, so golfers, remem-
ber this is a garden plot, not a
golfiAn g green, and help to save our
grass.
Members, bring a friend to
join the club for information and
friendship. The public is always
welcome. Hostesses for the month
are -Eunice Baxter, Barbara
ManAon, and Virginia Petros.

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Christmas at the Gardens
November 10, 2001
1:00- +:OOPM
Port St. Joe Garden club Center
1z16 8th Street
Admission: $10.00
Tickets ma, be purchased at Heart's Desire,
from any Garden Club member or at the door.
Join us for an afternoon of Christmas Creations.
Demonstrations and displays. How to decorate for
Christmas with what you have at home. Displays using
materials from the Dollar Store to Dillardcs.
The best door prizes ever!
$85 Christmas Wreath from Interiors, Etc.;
$85 Gift Basket of beauty product and services from
N-Stle Salon; $5 Gift Certificate from The Hour Mill
for one desert per month for 12 months;
Something wonderful from Portside.
Sponsored by Heart's Desire & The Garden club of Port St. Joe


James William Gleim
Look Who's One!
James William Gleim had his
first birthday on October 24. He
had a great party with Tigger
motif and lots of family and
friends to wish him well.

Genealogical Society
Meets Saturday
Gulf County Genealogical
Society will be holding its meeting
' Saturday,. November 10 at the
Port St. Joe Library from 10:00
a.m. to noon. Any of the public
% ho has interest in its local his-
tory is urged to attend. The soci-
ety. along with the book
committee is asking everyone to
help and get their family stories
for the history, book they hope to
put together.
The president asks that "the
community please call or get in
touch with your local libraries and
bring us a story of your families.
along with a photo if possible. We
keep getting calls to buy our book.
but folks, we can't sell a book we
can't get written first!"
Come and see them on
Saturday. Share your stories, and
hate the club wnte them for you.
For more information, please call
Beverly at 850/229-1094. or
Hennetta at 850/827-8863. and
Ruth at 850/229-6755.







COME JOIN THE
FUN WITH US !

Hulean Golden
Jewelers
Now At N-Sthle


Madison Michelle Mastro
Madison Mastro
Joey and Amber Mastro are
pleased to announce the birth of
their daughter. Madison Michelle
on September 25. She weighed SLX
pounds. 15-1/2 ounces and was
21 inches long.
Her proud grandparents are
Roy and Lisa Lollie of White City
and Jimmy and Donna Daniels of
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LG. 7 YR OLD PLANTS & 1 GAL SIZE
FRUIT TREES
PEACH, PEAR, PLUM, APPLE, PERSIMMON
PECAN, POMEGRANATE & BLUEBERRIES
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"Jail For Bail"
Nabbed Funding
For '02 Graduates
The Port St. Joe Project
Graduation 2002 Committee
declares the "Jail for Bail" a suc-
cess! This fund-raiser has
enabled the committee to reach
the halfway mark in their efforts
to provide a drug- and alcohol-
free post-graduation celebration
for this year's graduating class.
The community support for
this event has proven tremen-
dous. Deputies arrested and fined
over 45 local felons (some of them
twice).. Once arrested, felons,
decked-out in "jailbird" orange,
were required to meet their bail
set at $100. So from the chain-
link jail impoundment, they went
to work dialing donated cellular
phones trying to raise bail.


Dennis Geoghagan, Sandra "Boo" Chafin, and Eugene Raffield
had to raise their bail before being released.. Eugene displays his
cash, but someone kept donating more to keep him "in jail."


Pleas were heard ranging
from small children begging to "let
their mommy out" to employees
begging to "keep my boss in."
Donations came pouring in both


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PUMPKINS, ONIONS, BELL PEPPERS, CABBAGE
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big and small. Some donations
were even made to keep detainees
in longer (i.e. Eugene Raffield).
While trying to raise bail,
inmates dined on bread and water
generously donated by Durer's
Piggly Wiggly. ,Upon their release,"
Police Chief Jay Leffert offered
doughnuts compliments of The"
Flour Mill. A good time was had
by all. '
The committee is so apprecia-
tive to the efforts of all who helped
make this year's "JAIL FOR BAIL"
such a success.
The Star's Editor A Winner!
At the Sharks' November 2nd
football game, the Project,
Graduation Committee gave away
a prize for all ages-a 5-disc cd
changer/AM- FM stereo-to a sea-
soned veteran of youth support,
Willie Ramsey! Watch for upcom-
ing giveaways to be held in "The.
Dome" as the Tiger Sharks tip off.
"Escape to the Cape"
Get your chance now at an
"Escape to'the Cape Weekend"-a.
two night stay. in a Bay Villa; a
guided St. Joseph Bay fishing
charter; and a seafood dinner for
two. See any senior or committee
member for your chance today!
All contributions are very much
appreciated i.
Parents; take note-next
meeting is -set for Monday,
November 12th at -6:30. Be
there-it's never too late to
become involved for your child?


Located oithle Water... Summer Stitt Honored
8141 Highway w. 98 I for Volunteer Efforts


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Summer Stitt, a sixth- grade.
student, was named Port St. Joe
Middle School's volunteer. of .J
Slear. In The :Prudential. Spirtl'. f
Community Awards program. Te
awards recognize outstandi-g' -
community service. Summer
received this award for volunteer-
ing her Saturday mornings 1Isit-
ing patients at the local nursing
home.
"These. honorees practice a
lesson we hop all young people, as
well as adults, will emulate-that :,
volunteering within the commu- -
nity is an essential part of.one's
life," said NASSP Executive
Director Gerald Tirozzi.
Carolyn Witten, Principal of'
Port St. Joe Middle School praised .
Summer for her volunteer service,
"It is my wish that Summer's self-
less volunteer spirit will be conta-
gious around our school arid
community. Hopefully, this time
next year Prudenual, NASSP, and
Port St. Joe Middle School will be
recognizing many of our students
for their volunteer efforts."
Summer is now eligible for the
Florida youth volunteer of the
year awards. Two state honorees,
one middle school and one high
school student. will each receive a
S 1,000 award, a silver medallion.
and a trip to Washington, DC for
recognition ceremonies with one
parent or guardian in May. Other
honorees will receive bronze
medallions or certificates of excel-
lence. State honorees will be
named in February.
At the Washington event, ten
National Honorees will be named
by a panel of judges, and each will
receive an additional $5,000, a
gold medallion, and a crystal .tro-
phy for his/her school.

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Call The Star at 227-1278


Caw Enfrceen ActivtiD


PSJPD Report
PRE-TRIAL RELEASE VIOlATION
Quatonia Croom Thomas, 23,
of Port St. Joe, was arrested on an
active warrant for violation of pre-
trial release on November 5th.
Thomas was first appeared
for the charge of obstruction of
justice on October 16th, and pre-
trial released with the condition to
contact the probation officer each
Friday by telephone. She failed to
report on November 2nd. Thomas
was taken into custody without
incident and transported to the
Gulf County Jail.

[Beach PD Logj
ACTmVTY REPORT FOR
OCT. 29TH To Nov. 4TH
During the stated period, the
Mexico Beach Department of
Public Safety-Police Division
answered 30 calls for service, and
investigated one traffic crash
resulting in no injuries and prop-
erty damages of S50. The depart-
ment issued four traffic warnings
and five citations.
On October 30th, Ptlm.
Chuck Edwards ,arrested a 51
year old white female who was
found to be operating the vehicle
under the influence. She was
transported to* the Bay County
Jail. The driver was also charged
with possessing an open contain-
er of alcoholic beverage.
On October 31st. ,Ptlm.
Edwards arrested a 68 year-old
white male who was found to be
operating the vehicle under the
influence and transported him to
the Bay County Jail. The driver
was also charged with possessing
an open container of alcoholic
beverage.
On November 3rd. PtIm. Mike
King responded to a complaint of
criminal mruschief at 800 N. 15th
Street. It was found that a sus-
pect(s) had damaged the inside of
a mobile home. This case Is cur-
rently under investigation.
On November 3rd. PLIm. King
responded to a complaint of a
suspect smoking marijuana in
front of 812 Highway 98. Upon
arrival, a 30 year old white male
;was arrested for possession of
marijuana less than 20 grams. He
was transported the Bay County
Jail.
The following property was
found in Mexico Beach. If you
believe the following items to be
yours please contact. the


Department of Public Safety at
(850) 1348-5984 to identify video
camera located on September


10th: various jewelry items locat-
ed on, the beach: wallets and
purses; and bicycles.


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Corn Bread Dressing-

The Perfect Thanksgiving Side Dish


Make tins easy double-corn casserole to serve on Thanksgining Day.


The delicious aromas draw every-
one into the dining room. The crowd
gathers around the table. admiring the
%wonderful meal to be shared. With a
prayer of gratitude, Thanksgiving din-
ner is officially under way. '
While roasted turkey is a Thanks-
giving tradition we almost hold
sacred, another "must-have" for the'
meal is the dressing. The type of
dressing you serxe can set your meal
apart. And corn bread dressing is the
Southern favorite.
Traditional corn bread dressing
requires baking a pan of corn bread
first, then cutting the bread into small
cubes to be combined %with the other
ingredients. Though it tastes delicious.
this dressing is more time-consuming
than it has to be. The home economists
at White LilN hate developed an easy
one-step recipe for corn bread dress-
ing. Self-rising cornmeal mix makes it
simple to prepare. yet it has all the
delicious flavors of the more compli-
cated version .
The flavor of this dressing. is
enhanced %with bacon, onion and cel-
ery. White LilY's whole kernel com-
meal mix and cream-str le corn add
hearty corn flavor. Sour cream. butter
and eggs add extra richness and hold
the mixture together. Traditional dress-
ing herbs, such a: parsley and poultry
seasoning or sage, round out the flavor.
Your family is sure to be thankful
w'henr)ou-serie this new. sa'ory corn
brea" dressine-and you'll be thahk-
ful that it was easier and faster to
make, lea\ ing you with more time to
enjoy the blessings of being with your
lo'ed ones:
Corn Bread Dressing
4 slices bacon
.1 cup chopped onion
I cup chopped celery
2 cups White Lily Self-Rising
Cornmeal Mix
2 cans (14 3/4 to 15 oz. each) '
cream-style corn
I cup sour cream
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I tablespoon poultry, seasoning or
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onion, celery and crumbled- bacon.
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minutes for 2-quart baking dish, or until
knife inserted near center comes out
clean. Let stand 5 minutes before serv-
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Curry Is Sunshine

,State Scholar
Elizabeth "Lisa" Cut-ry has
been selected to represent Gulf
County in the Sunshine State
Scholars Program for high school
seniors, which recognizes excel-
lence in mathematics and science.
Each high school nominated a
senior who is distinguished in
both mathematics and science.
Port St. Joe High nominated
Elizabeth Curry and Wewahitchka
High nominated Nicholas Chan.
The critena for selecting Gulf
County's scholar includes overall
GPA, overall numeric GPA. overall
math and science cumulative
numeric grades, and the number
and level of science and math
courses taken in grades nine
through twelve. Five out-of-dis-
trict educators served' on the
selection commirruttee. ,
Lisa is the daughter of
Doctors Thomas and Elizabeth
Curry of Port St. Joe. She excels
in all academics and is involved in
a diversity of school and commu-
nity activities. By the end of her
senior year. Lisa will have com-
pleted twelve semesters of honors
science courses and eight semes-
ters of honors and advanced math
courses. Her overall cumulative
numenc GPA is 102.53 and her
alpha GPA is 4.0.

Nicholas Alex" Chan is the
son of Mr. and Mrs.' Norberto
Chan of Wewahitchka. Alex is an
honor student who will have com-
pleted eight semesters of honors
and 'advanced sciencee. and eight
semesters of honors and
advanced math when he gradu-
ates.
In January Lisa will partic-
ipate in a common mathematics/
science assessment to identify the
Regional Sunshine State Scholar.
The Regional Scholar will partic-
ipate in the state competition in
March. All Regional Scholars and
'the Statewide Scholar will receive
recognition and prizes in Tal-
lahassee at the March competi-
tion.


Muffins With Mom-

Donuts With Dad
Attention all PSJ Middle
School parenrtsl' Wednesday,
November 14th the PTO is spon-
soring their annual Muffins with
Mom, and 'Thursday, November
15th is Donuts with Dad.
Plan to bring your .middle
school student to school early,
meet in the library and be treated
to muffins for Moms and donuts
for Dads. After the first bell rings
you are also invited to attend your
child's classes if you wish to do
so.


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Veterans


Parachutist Wings, Air, Assault
Wings, and Ranger Tab.
The sergeant is married to the
former Miss Patricia Noffsinger
and they have two sons, Cliff, who
is twelve and Chris is nine. His
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Corbett
Howell of Port St. Joe.
Immediately folloowig the cer-
emony, all veterans, and their
guests are invited to the Student
Activities Room for refreshments.
Please join the students, faculties,
and staffs of Port St. Joe Middle
anid High Schools for this very
special occasion.


Wewahitchka Elementary School
All veterans and guests are
invited to be a part of the third
grade's Veterans Program on.
Monday, November 12 at 9:00
a.m. on the Wewahitchka football
field. Highlights include the Red,
White, and Blue Chorus from
third grade, WHS band, ROTC,
Speaker Rev. Jerry Huft, cheer-
leaders, bagpiper, Bremer Trio,
choir from UMC, gifts for veter-
ans, DAR and VFW'announce-
ments and other entertainment.
Come out and support this
great day! There will be a recep--


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modified by the first section of the
River and Harbor Act of 1946, is
modified to authonze the Secre-
tary, as part of navigation mainte-
nance activities, to develop and
implement a plan to be integrated
into the long-term dredged mater-
ial management plan being devel-
oped for the Corley Slough reach,
as required by conditions of the
State of Florida water quality cer-,
hfication, for periodically remov-
ing sandy dredged material from
the disposal area known as Site
40. located at mile 36.5 of the
Apalachicola River, and from
other disposal sites that the
Secretary may determine to be
needed for the purpose of reuse of
the disposal areas. by transport-
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ficial uses in coastal areas of4
Florida to be determined in coor-
dination with the State of Florida:
Provided further, That the
Secretary is authorized to acquire
all lands. easements. and rights-
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the Secretary, in consultation
with 'the affected State, to be
required for dredged material dis-
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Pavilion for veterans and perform-
ers.
We are blessed to live in the
greatest country on earth.
VFW Post # 10069
VFW Post #10069 is sponsor-
ing its annual Veterans Day cere-
monies in front of the Gulf County
Courthouse at 11:00 a.m. ET on
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Please note that this is a cor-
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From Page
made available for these purposes
and S8.000.000 shall be made
available for normal operation
and maintenance of the Apala-
chicola, Chattahoochee. and Flint
Rivers navigation project."
Dredging-- Fronm Page 1
further enhance economic oppor-
tunities and ensure its ability to
attract new businesses to the
region.
"The funding in this bill is an
Important step toward ensuing,
economic growth and stability for
Port St. Joe." said Boyd. "This
community has experienced diffi-
cult economic times in recent
years. I am hopeful this \will assist
local businesses in attracting new
clients and help create new jobs
throughout the region."
This appropriation is included
the Conference Report on the
Energy, and Water Development
Appropriations Act for FY2002,
which passed the":House of
Representatives on October 31.
Thanksgiving Luncheon
The AARP Chapter of Mexico
Beach will meet at the Civic
Center at 12:00 noon CT on
November 16 for their Thanksgiv-
ing covered-dish luncheon. The
chapter will furnish the turkey.
Mrs. Julie Boyd. a talented
ventriloquist from the Baptist
Children's Home in Tallahassee
will be the guest. Her scheduled
appearance in May was postponed
because of an auto accident.
Come bnng a fnend and a covered
dish that will complement the
turkey and enjoy the fellowship.


ans. The front parking area at the
courthouse complex will be
blocked off during the cere-
monies.
Following the service :.at the
courthouse the VFW will be plant-
ing a flower garden plot in front of
their post home in memory of all
Korean War veterans. Wal-Mart in


Callaway has furnished the
plants, and the headstone is in
place matching the one set in May
honoring all the World War II vet-
erans. There will be refreshments
served at the post home following
this service. The public is invited
and especially all Korean veter-
ans.


from Port St. Joe Elementary
School, and Veterans Day essays
given by Megan Gannon and Torie
Burgess. Cmdr. Reed of the
NJROTC wil be the speaker.
The public is cordially. invited
to attend and support our veter-

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Bancorporation will have 21 loca-
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Consummation of this traris-
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South Alabama Bancorpor-
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The Gulf County Planning and Development Review Board will meet Tuesday, November 20,'
2001 at 10:00 a.m. Eastern. in the Gulf County Commission Meeting Room at the Robert M.
Moore Administration Building to Discuss and possibly act upon: and
The Gulf County Board of County Commission will hold a public hearing for a preliminary plat
approval on Tuesday, November 27, 2001 at 6:00 p.m. E.S.T.. in the Gulf County Commission -
Meeting Room in the Robert M. Moore Administration Building to discuss and possibly act
upon the following:
Preliminary Plat Approval and road width variance for Will and Glenda .McLemore, Tax ID
#3191 120R. 18.6 acres in Section 22, Township 9 South. Range 10 West, Gulf County,
Florida. a twenty-seven (27) unit subdivision subject to all development regulations required
by Gulf County.
Application may be reviewed at the Building and Planning Department. Room 301 in the-
RObert M. Moore Administration Building, 1000 Cecil G, Costin. Sr, Blvd., Port St. Joe. FL.
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This Saturday, November 10,
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Breakfast will be ready, and
includes coffee and a sausage bis-
; cult for $1.Q0, and the lunch
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crackers andrced tea.
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The Ladies Auxiliary proudly'
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Thank the veterans for their dedi-
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r Y Ifyou,have-questions, needs
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Veterans Day
Tribute Sunday
The Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church, located at 613
Madison Street, extends an open
invitation to attend their Veterans
Day Recognition Program on
Sunday, November 11 at 10:45
a'.m.
Uniformed active duty mem-,
bers will serve as escorts along
with the Tyndall AFB Honor
Guard to post colors, as members
of the Navy Junior ROTC assist
with special functions.
There will be plenty of patri-
otic camaraderie through special
recital and slide shows set to
music, a POW-MLA ceremony, and
highlighting the function as guest .


Pr l Si 10o


. -... -H,, 98
10:30 Sunday Morning po a VJ P..... Cr0
7:00 Wednesday Evening H"'
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Pastors Andrew & Cathy Rutherford Family Life Church
Rhema Bible Training Center graduates N
Visit our website at: familylifechurch.net w..ah.achao
323 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe 229-LIFE (5433)


.i A. BEA6HBAPTIST GHAPEL
*' STColumbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456

L A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM ET EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PM ET
Sunday\ School 9.45 am 'Wednesday Night at 6-00 p.m Youth
Group Meeong, Bible Study & Praser Meeting: Choir Pracuce 7:00 pm
"0 ratrei and sec thar rth Lord is pood blessed is the man that trusr~rl in Him "
Please accept this iniiracron to join us in worship God bless. you!
Pastor David Nichols Church 647-5026 Home 769-8725
For information concerning our bus ministry, please call 647-5026 -


First Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
Pastor, Bro. Marcus H. Sturdivanr Church Office 227-1493
Sunday School . . . 9:-45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship . I I 00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service . . 6-30 p.m.
Wednesday . . . 7.00 p.mn
We Invite You to Come
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us


First United Methodist Church
of Mexico Beach
I 11 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Sunday Worship Services:
(, Traditional ...........9:... ............... 9:00 a.m., CT'
Contem porary ....................... ..........11:15.. ....... :1 a.m ., CT
Open Hearts. Open minds. Open doors.
The people of Mexico Beach United Methodist Church
.Rev. Ted Lovelace, Pastor NURSERY PROVIDED Church/Office: 648-8820

TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN

++ ++. ST. JAMES'
,+ +^ ^ EPISCOPAL CHURCH

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


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Discover God's Love!
Everyone welcome .

Long Avenue
BAPTIST CHURCH
1601 Long Avenue, Port St. Joe 229-8691 A
Wurship Sundayv at 11.a.m. and,7 p.m.
Bible Siudy 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


CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS
BANK OF PORT ST. JOE
For All Your Financial Needs
MEMBER FDIC


BORDEN APPRAISAL SERVICE
W. Dale Borden
Karen Ann Borden
(850) 229-2713

speaker is Technical Sergeant
Otis Nattiel, United States Air
Force Recruiting Office.

New Bethel BBQ
The trustees and the
Kitchenettes of New Bethel A.M.E.
Church on Highway 98 and
Avenue C will be selling bar-b-cue
chicken dinners on Saturday.
November 10, for a donation of
85.
The meals will be available
from noon to 2:00 p.m. and will
consist of 1/2 chicken, baked
beans, cole slaw and tea. You may
dine in or take out during the des-
ignated times. Tickets are avail-
able from any trustee or the
Kitchenette member.
The Youth and Young Adults
of New Bethel Baptist will cele-
brate their second anniversary on
November 10th at 7:00 p.m. They
will also celebrate their Harvest
Day Program Sunday morrung,
November 18 at 11:15 a.m.
Pastor Eddie R. Jackson and
members cordially invite the pub-
lic to come and receive a blessing
from God.

St. James'
Women's News
The final meeting before the
Annual Christmas Bazaar was
Monday, November 5 in Coldewey
Hall at the church. Plans for the
Bazaar and the Samaritan's Purse
Shoebox Ministry were finalized.
Twenty-two boxes have been
prepared for the Samaritan's
Purse and will be delivered to
Panama City November 12.

Wewa Seniors' BBQ
Sandwich Sale 8th
The Wewahitchka, Senior ,
* citizens' will be sesl-ing'those deli-
clous Bar-B-Que sandwich plates
for S3.50 each at the community
center, Thursday, November 8.
The plate will include a large
sandwich, iced tea, homemade
cake and potato chips.
The Senior Citizens will
deliver to local businesses in the
Wewahitchka area; please call
639-9910 between 10:30 a.m. and
1:00 p.m. to place an order.


APALACHICOLA
NORTHERN RAILROAD
A St. Joe Company



MEXICO BEACH ANIMAL CLINIC
(850) 648-8811
1000 Highway 98
Grooming Boarding Pet Supplies

There v\ill also be a bake sale.
from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The'
public is invited to eat in or take
an order out. Proceeds will be
used to help pay for the gas/elec-
trnc bils for the community center.

Veterans Day
Celebration 18th
On Sunday, November 18 the
VFW and Ladies Auxiliary will
again be hosting a "Veterans Day
Celebration" with free food, games
for the kids. wonderful door prizes
donated by the many merchants
of Port St. Joe, Mexico Beach,
Highland View, St. Joe Beach,
Cape San Bias, Indian Pass and
surrounding areas.
Music will be provided by
Craig Chaffee, DJ from Panama
City. So bnng your lawn chair and
come out for a fun day. It will start
at noon ET and last until 4:00
p.m. Note the day has been
changed to Sunday this year
because all the VFW members
and auxiliary will be going to
Vernon on Saturday for their
District meeting.
In these trying times of
today's terronst activities let us
not forget all our military ranks
that are out there working to keep
our freedom in our wonderful
country. Come out to these many
Veterans Day activities and show
your support. "IN GOD WE
TRUST-GOD BLESS AMERICA."

M. B. Methodist
Cookout Saturday
The men of the First United
Methodist Church of Mexico
Beach will have their first cookout
on Saturday. November 10, with
serving from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00
p.m. CST at the church fellowship
- hall. Ill N. 22nd St.
- ---Te menu includes ish, ham-
Sburgers, baked beans, cole slaw
and iced tea for eat-in or carry-
out. Tickets are S5 and can be
purchased from any Methodist
Men's club member, at the Shell
Shack. Dixie Dandy. Chubby
Chicken, Gulf Foods. or at the
door.
Proceeds from the cookout
will benefit the needy of the
Beaches. "Ministering to the
Beaches Hand In Hand."


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


Sunday School ................. 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship .... 10:45 a.m.
Discipleship Training ............. 5 p.m.
Sunday Evening Service ............ 6 p.m.


Wednesday Bible Study/Prayer Meeting .... 7 p.m.
Wednesday Youth/Children Activities ........ 7 p.m.
Wednesday Choir Practice 8 p.m.
PASTOR REV. JOHNNIE RVY' BAILEY


\ Pot of \icto, v"

Firstsf ck of +eNa2zairePe
2420 Lonc AviLe PorL- St. Joe, Floriadi 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.


Oive mkito thel Lor~d.flie qlory
dtie HI, "nae, vcwskip the
Loi'd in heIke ecatiIof holliess.
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


Singing:
9 a.m. Sunday


Worship:
9:30 a.m. Sunday


Call 229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port-St. Joe, FL 32457
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


Zion Fair Missionary Baptist Church
280 Avenue C, Port St. Joe, Fl 32456
S" (850) 227-1361
Sunday School....:... .9:45 a.m. N Morning Worship .1.. 11:00 a.mff
Evening Worship 2nd & 4th Sundays ......... ................ 6:6i0 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


SEASIDE FLOORING & CARPET
3200 D. Highway 98,
Mexico Beach
(850) 648-2123


SOUTHERLAND FAMILY
FUNERAL HOME
650 10th Street Port St. Joe
(850) 229-8111

PortSt. Joe AARP
Thanksgiving Dinner,
I The American Association for
Retired Persons will meet on
November 14 at the Senior Center
on Library DHve.
Notice! The meeting time has
changed-to start at 3:00 p.m. and
run to 5:00 p.m. ET. with a hot
/turkey dinner. The chapter is fur-
nishing the. turkey, gravy and
dressing. Members are to bring
dishes of food that go with turkey.
Entertainment, will be pro-
vided by David Spicer, a gospel
singer. :- .
Care Closet
Needs Donations
The First United Methodist
Church operates the Care Closet
at Fourth Street and Long
Avenue. The center needs dona-
tions of good clean used clothing.
All the good people of Port St. Joe
are asked to help out by spread-
ing the word to friends and fami-
lies about the Care Closet need.
Donations can be left at the
front door if the Closet is closed. If
pickup is necessary, call the
church office at 227-1724 for
arrangements.


CRYSTAL SANDS REALTY
1602 Highway 98, Mexico Beach
(850) 648-4400 888-385-1844
www.crystalsandsrealty.com


Panhandle Quiltmakers
Panhandle Quiltmakers will
meet at St. James Episcopal
church in Coldewey Hall on
November 8th. The meeting will
be called to order at 7:00 p.m. ET.
The program %will be presented
by Sandra Mcinnis. and all visi-
tors are: welcome. Meetings are
held the 2nd and 4th Thursdays
of each month. Anyone interested
in taking up the art of quilting.
please come by and see what we
do.
Thanpksgiving will fall on their
last meeting date and they will riot
meet November 22nd. ,

Mexico Beach AARP
Thanksgiving Luncheon
The AARP Chapter of Mexico
Beach will meet at the Civic
Center at 12:00 noon CT on
November 16 for their Thanksgiv-
ing covered-dish luncheon. The
,chapter ill furnish the turkey.
; Mrs. Julie Boyd, a talented
ventriloquist from the Baptist
Children's Home in Tallahassee
will be the guest. Her scheduled
appearance In May was postponed
because of an. auto accident.
Come bring a friend and a covered
dish that will complement the
turkey and enjoy the fellowship.
The chapter is again sponsor-
ing 55 Alive classes November 8
& 9 at the Mexico Beach Civic
Center. To register contact
Richard McLaughlin at 648-3067.


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

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


," FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
'- 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
'""' Sixteenth Street
Sunday Worship ........10 a.m.
Fellowship Time .... 10:45 a.m. D
Adult School ......... 11 a.m.


o .

Highway 71 / Cecil Costin Sr. Blvd


First Baptist Church
102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE
.* Brent Vickery, Pastor


Buddy Caswell


Benjamin Roberts
Minimser to Students


Sunday School .... . .. 9:45 am
'. Worship Service ...... ....... 11:00 am
o' Disciple Training . . 6.00 pm
Evening Worship ........... ... 7:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Meeting .... .. 6:30 pm
"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP"

Teaching the Truth of God's Word

FAITi*Wti&? C U*CII
89 20th Street Port St. Jo., ~229-9707
Dr. Bill Taylor,..
Sunday hool ..'.. .. !.. .. 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Morni rvi ,. ........ a'r,1:00 a.m.
Sunday .Evenin gd. ....... .... .. :00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study, .. 7:00 p.m.
Home of FAITH CHRITIAN SC14OOL


Constitution and Monument
Port St. Joe


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School .. .. .. 9:45 a.m. Methodist Youth
Morning Worship ". 11:00 a.m. Fellowship .. . .. 6:00 p.m.
: Ev.'ning Worhi........7,30 p'; m2


(850) 227-1724


Rev.
K


Jesse Evans
PASTOR


Evening Worship . 7:30 p.mn
Wednesday Choir Practice ... 7:30 p.m.


Robert E. Downs, Jr.
Choir Director


Diana Sealey
Touth & Children's Director


ce Baptist Chu.
BUT THOSE WHO HOPE IN THE LORD WILL RENEW
THEIR STRENGTH. THEYWILL SOAR ON WINGS LIKE
", EAGLES:.. -ISAIAH 40:31 ,

Come Celebriat this Lord's Day With Us!
Upstairs Capital City Bank Building
Bible Study at 9 a.m., Sunday Worship at o0 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Pastor Lee Cordell
Church: 227-1180 http://www.graceeagles.org


Family Life Church
"Touching Lives with the Love of Jesus"


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


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PAGE 10A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2001

Star


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Sharks End Season With 4-6 Record


The Port St. Joe Sharks
finished off the 2001 season
Friday night with a 28-0 loss to
the Bay High Tornadoes.
. We would have liked for the
seniors to go out with a win," said
head coach John Palmer.
After forcing the Tornadoes to
punt on their opening possession
of the game, the Sharks came out
strong on offense, but couldn't
finish off the drive. Quarterback
Chase Millender quickly moved
the Sharks down field with two
passes to Isaiah Jenkins for 12
and 22 yards. Raye Bailey then
picked up 15 yards on a hitch
from Millender, and 10 yards on
the option to move the ball inside
the Bay High five yard line. The
Sharks fizzled out at that point,
throwing two incompletions on
third and fourth downs to turn
the ball over on downs to the
Tornadoes.
Bay High capitalized on their
goal line stand, mounting a 10
play, 97 yard scoring drive to take
a 7-0 lead with 2:04 left in. the
first quarter. The Tornadoes
capped off the drive with a five
yard touchdown run up the
middle.
-Bay High extended its lead to
14-0 midway through the second
quarter. The Tornadoes capped
off a nine play, 60 yard dnve with


John-Patrick Floyd (62)
takes the wind out of a
"Tornado" during the Sharks'
final game of the season this
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a 17 yard touchdown pass with
6:48 left in the first half of play.
The Tornadoes next touch-
down was set up on the Sharks'
ensuing possession, when Bay
High intercepted a Chase
Millender pass at the Port St. Joe
34 yard line. Four plays later the
Tornadoes scored on a nine yard
touchdown run to take a 21-0
lead with 5:02 remaining in the
second quarter.
Another interception on the
Sharks' next series, which was
returned to the Port St. Joe seven
yard line, put the Tornadoes in
great field position for its final
score of the night. Three plays
later, Bay High finished off the
drive with a six yard touchdown
run, extending its lead to 28-0
with 2:54 remaining in the first
half.
Quarterback Chase Millender
completed seven of his 15 pass
attempts for 142 yards and threw
four interceptions., Raye Bailey
completed two of his four passes
for 17 yards. Corey Butler had
four receptions for 84 yards;
Isaiah Jenkins caught three
passes for 54 ,yards; and Raye
Bailey had two catches for 38
yards. ,,
Brad Ray led the Sharks
ground game with, 47 : yards
rushing on six carries. Raye


powerful running attack.
Bailey picked up 32 yards on nine
carries; while Rashed Brown
gained 15 yards on nine cares.
.John Patrick Floyd led the
defense with six solos, four
assists (10) total tackles and had
one tackle for a loss. Nick
Reynolds had six solos and two
assists (eight total).
The Sharks finished the 2001
season with a 4-6 overall record.
and had a 2-3 record in District 2-
A play.
We ve got to get to work
preparing for next season.' added
Palmer. 'We need to get our
younger kids going, hit the weight
room, and get stronger over the
off season.'
Score by Quarters
Bay High 7 21 0 0 -28
Sharks 0 0 0 0 0

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Macomber in KHS Sports Hall of Fame
Ralph Macomber, of Port St. Joe, was recently inducted into
the Kennett High School Sports Hall of Fame. The ceremony was
held at the North Conway Grand Hotel in Conway, New
Hampshire. Macomber was honored for being captain of his foot-
ball team and lettering for four years in football, baseball, and
basketball for a total of 12 varsity letters. He also played hock-
ey and was on the National Ski Patrol. He was in the Class of
1940 of Kennett High School.
Shown presenting the award to Macomber (right) is Morris
Abbott, chairman,of the Hall of Fame Board of Directors.


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Passing Yards 176
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Lions Club Night
Golf Is Friday!
Once again the Lions Club
will be hosting its night golf
fundraiser at the St. Joseph Bay
Country Club.
The-four man scramble for-
mat will be used over the front
nine on Friday. November 9 start-
ing at 7:30 p.m.. Happy hour
starts at 6:30 p.m. Teams may
have one "A" player with a 10
handicap or better and three play-
ers with an 1. handicap or
higher. Entry fee is $35 per per-
son and mulligans can be bought.
Space is limited to eleven teams
only. Cash prizes will be awarded
.and there will be a skills test com-
petition.
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David Warriner at 227-1111


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2001 PAGE 11A


Gators Have Perfect Season 10-0


Are District Champions; Host Vernon In Regional Quarterfinals


The Wewahitchka Gators,
ranked #2 in Class 2A, finished
the regular season this Friday
night with a 10-0 overall record,
best in school history. The Gators'
38-0 victory over Freeport helped
seal the #1 seed in Region I for the
playoffs.
Wewahitchka will host
Vernon (6-4) this Friday at 7:30
CT. Vernon was the third best
team in District 1-A,. but was
given an at large bid.
"This has been a great season
so far," said head coach Grant
Grantham. "This is the first time
S in school history that we have
gone 10-0. We looked forward to
the play-offs, and seeing everyone
at the game this Friday. Vernon
has probably the two fastest
running backs, and the two most
physical players we will have
faced all season."
Wewahitchka scored on its
first three possessions of the.
game, jumping out to a big lead
before the end of the first quarter.
,On the Gators' first offensive play.
from scrimmage, Chris Gainer
took the hand-off around the left
side for a 48 yard gallop. Myron
Vann capped off the drive with a
five yard touchdown run on the
following play. Nlatt Kramer
added the point after touchdown
to give the Gators a 7-0 lead with
(8:15 left in the first quarter.


Sean Kerrigan recovered a
Bulldog fumble on the ensuing
kick-off to set up the Gators'
second score of the night. Vann
punched it in on an 11 yard
counter around the right side-
Derrick Williams made a good
block to seal the corner. Kramer's
extra point attempt was 'blocked,
as the Gators extended their lead
to 13-0 with 7:55 remaining in
the first quarter.
Wewahitchka took over on,
their own 49 yard line after a
Freeport punt, .andput together
an eight play, 51 yard scoring
drive to go up. 19-0 with. 2:49 left
in the first quarter. Quarterback
Brandon Jones faked the pitch for


a toss sweep, then connected with
Derrick Williams on a backside
slant for a 16 yard touchdown.
Jones also had two other big pass
play-s during the drive, a 13 yard
out to Williams, and a 17 yard
pass to Ryan Baker out of the
backfield.
The Gators added one last
touchdown just, before halftime.
However, they had to score on
three consecutive, plays before .
they could get one that counted.
Jones threw a 24 yard touchdown
to Demck Williams, but it was
called back for an illegal block
below the waist. Jones then threw
a 41 yard touchdown, to Myron
Vann, but was nullified for.


holding down field. Ryan Baker
finally got one that counted, a 39
yard touchdown run with :07.6
seconds left in the first half, giving
the Gators a 25-0 lead.
Wewahitchka took the
opening kick-off -of the second
half, and put together an eight


Quarterback Brandon Jones (7) completed 10 of his 20 pass
attempts for 135 yards and threw one touchdown in Friday's win.


play 52 yard drive to take a 31-0
lead. Shelton Lewis capped off the
drive %'ith a two yard touchdown
run. Big plays during the drive
were: a seven yard pass from
Jones to Blake Rish; a 14 yard
pass from Jones to: Harold
Williams: and a 12 yard run by
Lewis.
Myron, Vannr set up the
Gators' final touchdown of the


Wewahitchka Head Coach Grant Grantham talks to his offen-
sive unit during a time out.


night, returning a Bulldog punt
48 yards to the Freeport 13 yard
line. Five plays later, Shelton
Lewis capped off the drive with an
eight yard touchdown run.
Kramer added the point after
touchdown to give the Gators 3,8-
0 lead with 4:53 left in the third
quarter.
The Gator defense pitched its
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Lokian Horn Quartet In Benefit Concert


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serving aboard the coastal mine-
hunter ship USS Raven, home
ported in Ingleside, Texas.
Taylor was promoted based
on sustained supenor job perfor-,
mance and proficiency in his des-'
ignated specialty.
Taylor is a 2000 graduate of
Wewahitchka High School and
joined the fNavy in August 2000.
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Navy Petty Officer 1st Class
Michael D. Schweikert, son of
Richard F. Schweikert of Mexico
Beach. recently was promoted to
his current rank while serving at
Naval ,Air Technical Training
Center in Millington, TN.
Schweikert was promoted
based on sustained supenor job
performance and proficiency in
his designated specialty.
Schweikert is a 1994 gradu-
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and joined the Navy in October of
1994.


Saturday night, November 10,
at 8:00 p.m. The Lokian Horn
Quartet will present the works of
Wagner, Reicha, Shumann and
others in a concert to benefit the
Dixie Theatre Foundation. This
Wewa Woman's Club
Hosts Fall Tour
The Wewahitchka Woman's
Club hosted the FFWC State
Officers' Fall Tour October 27 at
the First United Methodist
Church with 75 members present.
During registration guests were
served coffee and doughnuts.
Carolyn Finlayson, District
Two Director conducted the busi-
ness meeting. Juanita Samson,
Marianna Woman's Club, gave the
devotional. Paige Wiselogel,
President of Panama City Jr.
Woman's Club led members in the
pledge of allegiance to the flag of
the United States of America.
Maureen Mitchell, President
of Wewahitchka Woman's, Club,
gave the welcome. Marilyn Hogan,
President of Apalachicola Wo-
man's Club gave the response.
After the District business
was conducted FFWC President
. Bunny Sandlin and FFWC First
Vice-President Charlyne Carruth.
had the program. Storyteller
Barbara Shirley-Scott told two
stories, "Orville and the Teacher'"
and "The Two Horses".
After the business meeting a
delicious luncheon was catered by
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concert kicks off the Vaguely
Classical Winter Concert Series
which,, over the next several
months, will bring some of the
best musical talent in the
Southeastern United States to
Apalachicola with concert pro-
ceeds going to benefit the ongoing
work of the Dixie Theatre
Foundation.
i The Lokian Horn Quartet is
comprised of four extraordinary
musicians: Jaime Williams,
Stuart Womble, Lauralyn
: Padglick. and Michael W. McGirr.
Saturday's performance will
consist of a set of Trios by Anton
Reicha, short works by Wagner
and Weber, the Concertino for
SFour Horns by Mitushin, and will
conclude with the Konzertstuck
(or Concert-piece) for four horns
by Robert Schumann. This last
work is 'especially demanding on
all the players of the ensemble
and explores the entire expressive
range of the french horn.
i Karl Lester, Apalachicola resi-
dent and music director at
h Carrabelle High School who was
Sthe pianist for The Dixie Theatre's
successful 2001 production of
"Everything I Ever Needed To
Know I Learned In Kindergarten",

Gators-From Page 11
sixth shut out of the season, as
! they continued to dominate with
their quickness and ability to put
pressure on ever' aspect, of the
opposing team's offense.
Chris Nelson led the defense
with 13 solo tackles. Myron Vann
and Ryan Baker each had 12
tackles; Andrae Williams had 10;
Terrence Addison had eight; and
Allen' Easter made seven tackles.
Quarterback Brandon Jones
completed 10 of his 20 pass
attempts for 138 yards, and threw
one touchdown pass. Hunter
Nunnery completed one of his,
three pass attempts for 12 yards.
Derrick Williams had SL\
receptions for 95 yards and one
touchdown. Ryan Baker caught
one pass' for 17 yards; Harold
Williams had one catch, for 14
yards; 1 Jud Carnley had one
reception for 12 yards; and Blake
Rish had a seven yard catch.
Chris Gainer led the Gators',
'ground game with 48 yards
rushing on three carries. Ryan
Baker picked up 37 yards on
three carries and scored one
touchdown; Harold 'illiams had
nine carries for 34 yards: Nlyron
Vann had 25 yards on five carries
and two touchdowns; and Shelton
Lewis picked up 22 yards on three
carries with two touchdowns.
If the Gators defeat Vernon in
Friday night's regional quarter-
finals, they would host the winner
of the Jay/R. F. Munroe next
Friday night.
Score by Quarters
Gators 19 6 13 0 "38
Bulldogs 0 0 0 0 0
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Rushes/Yds. 20/193 14/29
Passing Yards 150 69
Total Yards 343 8 98
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1 Notice is hereby given that the 2001 Tax Roll has
been delivered by the Gulf County Property Appraiser to
the Gulf County Tax Collector. The 2001 Tax Roll is open
for collection beginning November 14, 2001.
The Tax Collector's office is located in the Gulf
County Courthouse, Room 147 1.000 Cecil G. Costin, Sr.
Blvd., Port St. Joe, Florida. Office hours are from 9 A.M.
- 5 P.M., Monday through Friday except holidays. The
mailing address is 1000 Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Blvd., Room
147, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
Real and Personal Property Taxes will be collected as
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Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
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Arizona Chemical Receives Environmental Excellence Award


In a ceremony at Arizona
Chemical's Port St. Joe plant on
October 29, plant employees
received a prestigious award in
International Paper's Environ-
mental Excellence Site Award
competition. Arizona Chemical is
a company of International Paper.
Each year, IP recognizes out-
standing environmental achieve-
ment of company operations
based on their commitment to
100 percent compliance with all
applicable environmental laws
and regulations, their level of per-
formance beyond compliance and
employee engagement and com-
munity involvement. The sites are
categorized based on the complex-


ity of the environmental issues
and operations at each site.
The 95 team members at
Arizona Chemical received one of
only two honorable mention
awards that were given across the
company. Also, in July of this
year, the plant celebrated 10 years
without an environmental inci-
dent. This is one of the longest
active environmental streaks in
Arizona Chemical.
Hal Beyer, Plant Manager,
thanked the team for their out-
standing performance and the
leadership they continue to
demonstrate in environmental
performance. '"We have at this


plant dedicated employees who
are committed not only to produc-
ing the highest quality products
for our customers, but doing so in
a way that respects the communi-
ties and environment in which we
live."
Scott Snyder, Arizona
Chemical's Director of Environ-
mental Health & Safety, attended
the ceremony and congratulated
the Port St. Joe team on both
receiving the award and the com-
mitment they've shown to envi-
ronmental excellence at the plant.
"Being environmentally
responsible is more than filling
out regulatory reports it's about


people and their respect for the
community and world around


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them," Snyder said. "The Port St.
Joe team has shown that they


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(From left) Carl Goodson, president of Local Union 836C. and
Port, St. Joe plant Environmental Manager Ann Jeffries are
shown receiving the environmental award from Scott Snyder,
Arizona Chemical's Director-Environmental Health & Safety.


have a great deal of respect for
their plant, their neighborhood
and their neighbors. We're all
proud of the example they set and
of the fact that International
Paper has singled this plant out
for special recognition."
Employees at the Port St. Joe
plant manufacture tall oil rosin,
tall oil fatty acids, distilled tall oil
and rosin esters that are used in
the adhesive, inks, coatings and
rubber industries.

First O.V.F.D. Fall
Festival Saturday
The Overstreet Volunteer Fire
Department and Ladies Auxiliary
would like to invite everyone living
in the Overstreet area to their first
annual Fall Festival. The event
will take place on Saturday,
November 10 at 4:00 p.m. ET at
the Overstreet Volunteer' Fire
Department.
There will be food for everyone
and activities for the children.
Please plan to come out and enjoy
the food, fun, and fellowship.


Rescue/Mini Pumper Delivered!
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to be used by Gulf County Beach Volunteer Fire Department. Don Butler, president of the volun-
teer fire department, accepted the truck. The pumper will provide emergency service and fire pro-
tection for the St. Joseph Shores, St. Joe Beach, Seashores, Gulfaire, and Beacon Hill areas. It will
also be in service to assist other departments in the county when needed.


Toby Keith in
Concert Friday


Country music star Toby
Keith. will be in concert Friday.
November 9 at the Marina Civic'
Center in Panama City, with spe-


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-$34.50, S30. and 824.50. Callthe
box office at 850/763-4696 4for
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Robert Lewis, Sr.
Robert Lee Lewis, Sr., "Daddy
Robert", 74, of Port' St. Joe,
passed away Sunday, November 3
at Bay St. Joseph Care Center. He
worked as a mechanic at St. Joe
Motor company for many years.
A son, Tarry Lewis preceded
him in death.
He is survived by his devoted
wife, Thelma Lewis; one son,
Robert Lewis and wife Desta:
three daughters. Patncia Sanders
and husband Benny, Sonja
Nettles and husband Alfred. and
Tammy Farmer and husband
Robert: eleven grandchildren: two


great-grandchildren; a special
niece, KaTonya Thomas and hus-
band Walter; a great-aunt, Mrs.
Lola Brown; special cousins,
Georgiana Washington, Sandra
Coats and Solomon Brown; his
mother-in-law Mrs. Ethel
Gardner; three brothers-in-law,
Steve, David and Tommy
Gardner; goddaughters Gwen
- Banks, Antionette Chambers,
Annette Woullard, Freddie Davis
and Stephanie Washington.
Funeral services will be
Friday, November 9 at 1:00 p.m.
ET at Zion Fair Baptist Church in
Port St. Joe with the Rev. Marty
Brown officiating. Interment will
follow at Forest Hill Cemetery.


E. Geneva Prince
E. Geneva McEntire Prince,
71, of Cleveland, TN passed away
Monday, October 29 at a Cleve-
land hospital. She was the daugh-
ter of Joseph H. and Thelma
Waters Prince. She was of the
protestant faith, and was em-
ployed by St. Joseph Restaurant
and Gulf Sands Restaurant. She
was preceded inr death by her par-
ents, her' first husband Charles
McEntire, Sr., one sister Nellie Joe
Prince Dale; and four brothers,,
Raleigh Prince, Joseph Neal'
Prince, Charles E. Prince and .
Clarence Prince.
She is survived by three chil-
dren. Charles A. (Chuck)
McEntire, Jr. of Hespena. CA.
Mitchell McEntire of Cleveland,
and Shirley A. Weathers of


"Make A Difference Day"
Junior Girl Scout Troop #242 went to Blountstown Piggly Wiggly on October 22nd to partici-
pate in a food drive which was donated to Taunton's Children's Home. Troop #242 joined Girl
Scouts from across the country for "Make A Difference Day."
Troop members present were troop leaders Tammy Canington and Bonnie Keigans, and girls
including Angela Canington, Krystal Keigans, Brandi Price, Cheyenne Chehardy, and Jamie
Jackson. Also present were Senior Girl Scouts Amy Canington and Kassie Jackson.


McDonald; four grandsons, six
great-grandsons; one great-
granddaughter; one brother, Wal-
ter (Walt) Prince of Castle Rock,
WA; three sisters, Ruth Hamblin
and Ruby E. Hall both of
Cleveland, and Christian Melton
of Rome, GA; one aunt Georgia
Green of Tennega, GA, and sev-
eral nieces, nephews and cousins.
Funeral services will be
Wednesday, November 7 at 10:00
a.m. in the chapel of the Ralph
Buckner Funeral Home in
Cleveland with Rev. Frank Nolen
officiating. Interment will follow in
* the. New Friendship Baptist
Church cemetery. Notes of sym-
pathy may be sent online to
princecondolences@ralphbuck-
ner.com.

Nancy Dixon
Nancy Dixon of 119 Liberty
Manor Circle passed away
Monday, November 5 at Gulf
Pines Hospital in Port St. Joe.
She is survived by a sister,
Mrs. Pearlie M. Lane of Jack-
sonville. and a brother, Bennie
Chester, Jr. ofTitusville.
The wake will be Friday 'at
7;00 p.m. at Zion Fair Missionary
Baptist Church,, 280 Avenue C,
Port St. Joe The funeral is
Saturday at. 11 a.m. at the
church.


Demery Stevens
Demery Wilson Stevens, 81, of
Wewahitchka 'died Saturday,
November 3 at Bay Medical
Center. A lifelong resident of
Wewahitchka, he served in the
U.S. Army for 21 years. dunng
WWlI, the Korean Conflict and the
Vietnam Conflict. He served an
additional 14 years with the
Department .of the Army Civil
Service. He was a member of the


First Baptist Church of Wewa-
hitchka.
Surviving are his wife, Opal F.
Stevens of Wewahitchka; one son,
Philip and Barbara Stevens of
Wewahitchka; one daughter,
Rebecca and Joseph Lotts of
Richmond, VA; two grandsons,
Adam and Seth Lotts of
Richmond; one sister, Gordene
and Alfred White of Brewton, AL;
one sister-in-law, Edith and
Conard Calvert of Nashville, TN;
one brother-in-law, Mark and
Erline Chafin of Mt. Dora.
Graveside services were held
at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday,
November 7 at Jehu Cemetery.
with the Rev. Mike Stroud officiat-
ing. ,

John S. Striplin
John Steven Striplin (John
Boy) passed away at his home
Sunday, October 28. He had been
a resident of Wewahitchka since
1975 and had worked as a mill-
wright.
Surviving are his wife,
Carolyn Ann Striplin of
Wewahitchka; two daughters,
Jennifer D. Striplin of Pensacola,
and Anna Striplin of California;
one stepdaughter, 'Tammy
Gainous of Wewahitchka; six
grandchildren; and a brother, Roy
Striplin of Panama City.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, November 3 at 11:00
a.m. at the White City Baptist
Church conducted by the Rev.
Nick Davis. Interment followed' in
the family plot in Roberts
Cemetery.


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Wewa High

Lists Honor

Students
Wewahitchka High School has
released the Honor Roll for the
first quarter of the 2001-2002
school year.
7th Grade
All A's: Arielle Bragg, Alex
Jones, Ellen Manor, Leigh .Ann
Mayo,- Matthew Miller, Megan
Peak, Hanna Price, Taylor Smith,
Jessica Stoppelbein, Jasmine
Ward.
A/B'sr: Ryan .Cox, LaTonya
Fisher. Patrick Gates, Dexter.
Hunter,, Marcie Jackson, Ashley
Kent; Joseph Kreger, Robert
Morns. Blaine Pitts, Jeffrey
Prouvent. Shawn Rich, Gregory
Sandridge. Chanda Smith. Joseph
Thayer, Caitlin Turner. Bradley
Udell, Thomas Vickers. Anthony
Wait, Ashley Wreath.
8th Grade
All A's: Hali Price, Heather
Simmons.
A/B's: Justin Barnes,
Priscilla Baxley, Matthew
Dor man. Cody Harden, Sarah
House, Jessica Jones Brian
Kerrigan, Courtney McMillion,
Daniel McNamara, Kim Neel,
Brafidon Rouse, Nlegan Whiffield,
Jennifer Wigglesworth.
9th Grade
All. A's: Jade Gaskin, Brandy
Little, Will. Strange, Sheiletta
Fisher, Geoffrey, Helms; Lauren
Pierola, Britney Grice, Zach
Barnes, Nathan Grimes.
A/B's: Shannon Barnes,
Kody Bidwell, Jeena Breman,
Courtney Bremer, Jayna Foster,
Daryl Knee, Tiffany Laird,
Courtney Martin, 'Jill Pippen,
Kayla Rich, Porsche Sandlin,
Courtney Wood.
10th Grade
All A's: Laura Husband, Ben
Jones, Andrew Lassiter. Fritz
Stoppelbein, Jessica Wells.
A/B's: Ashley Cloud, Janie
Fortune, Dottie Hall, William
Harrell, Kay Morris, James
McCorvey, Hunter Nunnery,
Cassie Ward, Monica Zito.
11th Grade
All A's: Monique Adkins,
Sarah Grimes, Krystal Heffington,
Meagan Morris.
A/B's: Jessica Breman, Caleb
Cutchin, Clark Cutchin, 1Kyle
Daniels, Cortne Hoover, Judith
Husband, Kelli Jackson, Sean
Kerrigan, Jesse Knee, Matthew
Kramer, Angela Padgett, Laura
Spivey, Jesse Taunton, Jonathan
Thomas.
12th Grade i
All A's: Ernest Ake, Lindsey
Carter, Alex Chan, Abbigale
Harris, Kimberly McMillion, Blake
Rish, Amy Stephens, Ashley
Wolinski, Jeffrey Yoder.
A/B's: Jamie Cain, Judson
Carnley, Amy Chastain, Maquita
Culver, Brooke Grice, Cerrelle
Hanes, Ryan Martin, Chris
Nelson, Cynthia Stanley, Justin
Sours, Heather Vertrees, Ansley
Williams, Jennifer Williams.

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Bath. Custom Built with Dead Wood
Cypress. To many Features to mention.
MLS#9843 .$1,400,000
Contact Marlene Harris


New Subdivision, Cape San Bias,
Interior, Gulf Front
$119,000 $385,000 MLS#8697-8700
Contact Margaret or Jeff Fletcher


Bay Front/Bay View
MLS#9317 & 9295
$165,000 $80,000
Contact Margaret or Jeff Fletcher


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ST. JOE BEACH OFFICE
6260 Highway 98
St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
850-1647-3333
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Margaret Presswood, Charles Montford


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Drive, 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Each Side
MLS#9362 $365,000
Contact Pat Johnson
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Duplexes: 275 & 277 Country Club Rd. on the
11th Fairway. 2 Bedroom, 2 Full Bath.
MLS#10190 $137,500 each
Contact Paulette Cleare


New Listing: 118 S. 42nd Street, Mexico
Beach, This lovely home is a short walk to the
beach. A good rental history with 3 Bedroom,
2 Bath.
MLS#90644 $275,000
Gloria Salinard


iNew Listing,C.anal rront in Mexico Beacn. UOCK
and boat lift. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, with many
features.
MLS#90643 $445.000
Margaret Presswood


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2002 Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach, home has been
completely renovated. 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath with
new detached garage.
MLS#90739 $279,000
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347 Coronado St. St Joe Beach: 2 Bedroom, 1
Bath well maintained mobile home. Extra
large lot with beautiful trees. Excellent invest-
ment.
; MLS#90607 $85,000
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beautiful St. Joe Beach. 2 Bedroom, 2 .5 Bath,
Great Rental History.
MLS# 9769 $260,000
Call Joan Smithwick


We have many o their prSderties listed. Call for more information or visit us on the Internet at www.florida-beach.com


Beautiful lakefront, cottage. lot on corner.
Last one in Barrier Dunes. Build your dream
cottage here.
MLS#10186 $79,500
Mike Harris


Burkett House: 2182 Cr. C-30 in Simmons
Bayou, Across the street from Bay, 2.99
Acres with pond and swimming pool. Great
Location.
MLS#9316 $689,000
Contact Pat Johnson


Under construction 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath home
on the Mexico Beach canal. Has a nice Gulf
view. To see more of this home, visit
www.cmontford.com
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Charles Montford


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SHARK TALK

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Talk about a spooky
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years. I thought I heard something


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Flying High at PSJES!
Port St. Joe Elementary School has received its new school
flag! Last year, the school's Student Government sponsored a
contest to design a school flag. The new flag is based on an orig-
inal drawing submitted by Lacey Williams, who was a fifth grad-
er last year at PSJES.
Lacey is shown with Brenda Wood, Student Government
sponsor, displaying the new flag which will proudly fly at Port St.
Joe Elementary School.


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Call for a complete list of homes and vacant properties.
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227 ROAD 20 PORT ST. JOE Charming 2 BR/1 BA
,horne in the small community of White City. This,property
is very close to the Intracoastal Waterway. Great starter
'home. Property is 90'xl 00' mol. GREAT BUY, $37,900.00.


115 CORONADO ST. ST. JOE BEACH Gult View, I U
yards to St. Joe Beach. 2 BR/2 BA mobile home with large
screened porch. $90,000.00.


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136 NARVAEZ ST. JOE BEACH 2 blocks from beach, lot
of oak trees, large lot. 3 BR/1 1/2 BA mobile home. GREAT
BUY!! $69.900.00.


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58 OAK MEXICO BEACH 3 BR/2 BA home, partially fur-
nished. Ready, to move into. Short walk to the .beach.
$144,900.00.


409 N. COLORADO DRIVE MEXICO BEACH Beautiful
custom built home, 3 BR/2 BA with a study or 4 BR; florida
room, much more. MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE.
S 175,500.00.


247 COLUMBUS STREET ST. JOE BEACH PRISTINE! 3
BR/2 BA home with separate dining room, carpeted
throughout, sitting on 100'x150' lot in the 2nd block of St.
Joe Beach. Mostly Furnished. A GREAT BUY! REDUCED
$149,900.00.


.524 6TH STREET PORT ST. JOE Charming brick home in
town. 3BR/1 :BA on large shaded lot,, close to shopping.
'Wood-.cabinets, all electric home. Perfect starter or retire-
ment home. $78,500.00.


320 B WYSONG MEXICO BEACH 2 BR/1 BA townhouse,
just minutes away from the beach. HAS TO BE SEEN TO
APPRECIATE. $72,900.00.


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120 BARBARA DRIVE PORT ST. JOE 4 BR/3 BA brick
hore. ClosT enough to schools that your children can
walk. TRULYrA MUST SEE! '$158,000.00.
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111 BROUCHER LANE OVERSTREET This 2 BR/1 BA sin-
gle mobile home is a great second home or for a first time
buyer. Near Intracoastal, property is wooded. MUST SEE!
$33,900.00.


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BR/2 BA frame house in nice residential area. Wood floors
with crawl space, ready to finish to your specifications. CALL
TODAY FOR MORE DETAILS. PRICED RIGHT AT $92,000.00.


147 CHAPEL LANE OVERSTREET 14x70 mobile home
with 2 BR/2 BA. Sitting on 1.01 acre mol. Wetappo Creek
can be seen from the back. Above ground pool. HAVE TO
SEE. $65,900.00.


the hungry. They each had to col-
lect canned goods from five differ-
ent homes to give to a needy fami-
ly. This school organization is a
very good example of giving back
to our community.
Attention seniors: Don't forget
to pay your $25 deposit to Senior
sponsors by November 15th if you
plan on going to Grad night. Don't
miss out!
Friday night the Port St. Joe
Sharks varsity football team
played their last game against Bay
High, ending their season with a 4
and 6 record. Also at this game the
class of 2002 had its time to shine.,
That's right it was Senior Night.
To commemorate this final and
lasting memory, parents accompa-
nied all senior football players,
cheerleaders and band members.
With all that said, I'm Liniette
Bailey bringing Shark Talk your
way.


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1205 20TH STREET PORT ST. JOE Lovely brick home with
Vinyl trim. 3 BR/2BA on 1 1/2 lots on corner. PRICED TO
SELL AT $139,000.00.


7314 HWY. 98 ST. JOE BEACH Beautiful sunsets, unob-
structed view of gulf. 2 BR/1 1/2 BA townhouse. MUST SEE
TO APPRECIATE. $189,900.00.


147 CARR'S LANE OVERSTREET 3 BR/2BA mobile home
with screened porch and decks, sprinkler system and land-
scaped. REDUCED $78,000.00. .

LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS
HWY. 386 BEACON HILL 4.65 acres with 360'
frontage on Hwy. 386. Perfect for building sites. Less
than 3/10ths of a mile from Gulf of Mexico.
$199,000.00.
415 FIFTH ST. MEXICO BEACH Cleared lot, zoned
homes only. Approx. 1Q00x158, short walk to beach.
$52,900.00. REDUCED $45,000.00.


by Cindy Belin
Students of the Week
Congratulations to our stu-
dents of the week: Emily Baxley,
Kodi Blackwell, Lilla Dykes, Lacey
Strickland, Laura Schekenbach,
Cailyn LaPlante and Brooke
Curcie. '
You are invited to honor our
Gulfl County veterans on
November 12, 11:00 am at the.
Gulf County Courthouse. Music
will be provided by Mrs. Clements'
third grade class and essays read
by Megan Gannon and Torie
Burgess.
We have many activities dur-
ing the week of November 12-16
for parents to join their child at
school.
On Monday. November 12
join us for dinner from 5:00-7:00
in the cafetena. The cost is $2.50
per plate or S 10.00 for a family of
four or more. The menu is meat-
loaf. mashed potatoes. green
beans. roll and tea. Yurmnmmm!
Also on Monday night our
Book Fair will be open from 6:00-
8:QO in our library. 'Purchase
some great books at reasonable
prices and have your picture
taken with "FRANKLIN".
The computer lab will also be
open on Monday from 6:00-7:00.
Check out the computer lab and
play some of the same learning
games our children play,
The class with the most par-
entswho sign in at the library..
wins a pizza party!!
Parents are inm\vited to eat
lunch with their child dunng the
week of November 12-16. Adult
lunches cost S2.50. Please notify
your child's teacher il you plan to
eat lunch with your child and
remember to sign in/out in the
front office when visiting our
school. Please use the following
lunch schedule.
10:35-11:00 kndergarten
11:00-11:25 fifth grade
S11:15- 11:40 first grade
11:30-11:55 fourth grade
12:00-12:25 second grade'
12:35- 1:00 third grade. ,
Our annual Book Fair 1il be
held during the week of November
12-16. Parents are invited to join
their child at the Book Fair.
Progress reports for this grad-
ing period will be sent home on
SMonday, November 19. If you
would like.to schedule a parent!
teacher conference, please call
* 227-1221.
School will not be held
November 22 and 23 for our
Thanksgiving Holiday.
Flutist, Donna Wissinger and
guitarist. Stephen Robison will
perform for our faculty, staff and
students on Wednesday.
November 28 -at 8:15 and 9:25 in
the auditorium. Parents are invit-
ed to attend.

Four Area Students on
National Dean's List
Four students from this area
are, among the approximately
140,000 students included in the
24th Annual Edition of The
National Dean's List, 2000-2001,
published by Educational Com-
munications, Inc. This is the
largest recognition program and
publication in the nation honor-
ing high achieving college stu-
dents.
Students listed are Crystal
Allyn, Aubrey P. Butler, and David
F. Sasser from Port St. Joe. They
attend Gulf Coast Community
College. Also Jose Salas-Vernis
from Wewahitchka, a student at
Georgia Institute of Technology at
Atlanta.
Students are selected for this
honor by their college deans, reg-
istrars, or honor society advisors
and must be in the upper 10% of
their school's Deans List, or have
earned a comparable honor.
Listed students are eligible to
compete for $50,000 in scholar-
ship awards funded by the pub-
lisher, and may also use a referral
service for future employment
opportunities. More than 2,500
colleges and universities nation-
wide use the publication to ,recog-
nize their academically qualified
students.


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News Column
Faith Christian School


In lieu of supporting a partic-
ular missionary this month, we
are going to participate in the
Samaritan's Purse Project.' This
involves filling shoeboxes with
supplies for children in foreign
lands to be distributed by church
and mission groups at Christmas.
We have a list of what may go into
the boxes, and members of the
Beta Club invite you to join us in
this project.


BEACH ELTY
OF CAPE SAN BLAS
4975-A Cape San Bias Rd., Port St. Joe, PL 32456
Roger Bradley Don Bradley Victor Ramos
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Mobile: 850-227-4383 After Hours After Hours
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-BEAUTIFUL BAYVIEW HOME! Offered fully fur-
icredible Business Opportunity! The Cope nished. This cozy 3 BR/2 BA home boasts
radin' Post Includes convenience s. numerous upgrades including a new roof, fresh
s i Postao iquorsoe, adoveri2tore,e paint, and new carpet, as well as a comfortable
as station, liquor store, and over 200 feet room with jacuzzi and an inground sprinkler
f highway frontage. $995,900. Cabins and sun
campground also available!system. Situated on 1.5 lots. This home is locat-
Oa E ed in one of the most convenient areas of Port St.
Joe. Priced to sell @ $169,900.


GULF FRONT ON CAPE SAN BLAS! Enjoy
panoramic vies and incredible sunsets from
your own sunny decks This large 4 BR/3.5
BA beauty includes a separate apartment
with private entrance and great rental poten-
tial. New appliances and A/C make this one
to 4ee Perfectly priced @ 5444,000.


BEAUTIFUL VIEWS Abound from ihi I s I.er
lot in Two Palms subdivision. Spacious and
high, this lot is located on a quiet cul-de-sac.
$175,000. REDUCED $160,000.


NEXT TO THE ST. JOSEPH PENINSULA STATE
PARK and or.1, a clones ihrow from rhe Si
Joe Ba>, ihis large lot cleared and ready
for your Dream Home! Priced right at only
$49,900.


Wih 1 15 r of boy Ifrorage. ih,s pi.uresquJ
horresile i located on a quiet cul-de it
has septic tank and driveway in place. A
Bargain @ $225,000.


BLESS


We promised you articles by
seventh and eighth grade stu-
dents who went to the Wilds
Christian Camp in North Carolina
last month.
Brittany Mabry writes, "The
Wilds is a camp up north in North
Carolina. The only thing different
is, this camp is a Christian camp.
You have morning chapel and an
evening service every day you're
there. It has brought me closer to
God, and it has made me realize
my need to change my life.
The camp also has a lot of
activities and games. They have a
land trolley, the giant swing, a
200 ft. waterslide, and a lake to
swim, canoe and paddle boat in.
But, my favorite activity was the
hike to the beautiful waterfalls
and springs. The Wilds is a won-
derful place and has had a big
effect on my life. I can't wait until
next year."


School News
By Tom Boone
Another week has flown by at
Port St. Joe MiddleSchool. Soon
Thanksgiving holidays will be
here, so look forward to a nice lit-
tle vacation soon.
Congratulations to the
Students of the Week: 6th grade-
Chasity Sowell and Matthew
Gannon; 7th grade-Gabble
Whittington and Mica Ashcraft;
8th grade-Elizabeth Kilbourn and
Daniel Garcia.
Beta club members remem-
ber to bring in your Thanksgiving
food items by this week. Contact
Mrs. Williams if you have forgot-
ten what you are to bring (perish-
ables are recommended to be
brought in on Friday).
Anyone who brought CDs to
the Halloween Dance needs to go
by Mrs. Colbert's room to claim
them.
All students need to remem-
ber their designated seats for
lunch. Eighth grade's tables are
the three rows by Lhe high school
office. Seventh grade has the mid-
dle three rows. Sixth grade sits in
the three rows closest to the
I lIne and snack bar.
Students do not forget the
'Middle School Science Fair will be
on November 19. If you pur-
chased and have notb received
,your display board, check in with


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room 2 ,ull bEjh i9 thi oah GULF
FRO kiLI lu1 9 this home has a
ffIAiIt "history. Tastefully decorated
furnished w/large decks. Two waterfront
bedrooms, beach walkover, and your own pri-
vate gulf front gazebo. Views, views, views
and more! $575,000


Cape San Bias: Gorgeous GULF VIEW build-
ing lot, 79 x 165. Beautiful views to be had
along with an existing boardwalk from lot to
beach. $89,000


Cape San Bias Barrier Dunes: 2 bedroom, 2
bath GULF VIEW townhouse. Recently remod-
eled and tastefully decorated. Gated commu-
* nity with 2 swimming pools, tennis court and
'mcuh more: Make a great rental/investment
or vacation home. Turn key! And recently
reduced to $185,000


Cape San Bias Barrier Dunes: Own a 1/4
share of a GULF FRONT 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath
townhouse that offers security gate, 2 swim-
ming pools, tennis court and much more. Call
for details! $89,000

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160 N. Annie Avenue Wewahitchka: Lovely
country home located in Stone Mill Creek.
3 bedroom, 2.5 bath with fireplace, swim-
ming pool, 2 car garage and much, much
more. Large 2+ acre lot. A must see!
$150,000


7311 Perch Howard's Creek: 3 bedroom, 2
bath, 1650' mobile home on 2 lots. New well,
septic. Quiet living and 2 nearby boat land-
ings for the fisherman. Great weekend/2nd
home or full time residence. Sold partially flir-
nished. Large living, dining room, laundry
area and large country kitchen. Lots of closets,
cabinets. Huge master bath and 1000'
enclosed porch. $63,500


315. S. Deer Howard's Creek: 2 bedroom, 1
bath mobile home on 3 lots. (165 x 130 MOL)
3 wells, boat house, workshop, 2 car carport
and fully equipped fish cooking house.
Reduced to $44,900. Home sold furnished.


Ryan Taylor says, "I enjoyed
the Wilds because of the fellow-
ship and fun activities you find
there. Aside from guys playing
football in the hall at night and
paint ball wars, it's pretty peace-
ful. They had great services, too."
Faith Christian had chapel
services for grades K-5 through
three this past Monday, and stu-
dents in grade one performed by
singing and quoting Bible verses
with hand motions. Then Dr. Bill
Taylor gave a lesson on "How to
Act in Church" which was illus-
trated by four teachers. It was
both humorous and instructive.
He stressed five points: sit atten-
tively, bring your Bible, join in the
singing, pray, and come to wor-
ship and serve God.
The PTF playground commit-
tee will meet in the library of Faith
Christian this Thursday, Nov. 8 at
7:00 p.m. Plans wil be discussed
for. playground improvements.


your science teacher to pick it up.
Members of the School
Advisory Council are reminded of
their next meeting .scheduled for
Monday, Nov. 12 at 5:15 p.m. in
the media center.
Muffins with Mom Nov. 14
and Donuts with Dad Nov. 15 will
be served at 7:30 a.m. Parents are
welcome to stay and attend class-
es with their children. This 4th
Annual event is sponsored by the
staff and PTSO.
That is all the news for this
week. Enjoy your weekend and
look for next week's article.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2001 PAGE 5B


From the Principal of


Wewahitchka


High School

by Dr. Bill Truby


It is now official: the Wewa
Fighting Gators are perfect! The
school's first 10-0 season has now
been completed. And what a rous-
ing victory it was that enabled
this team to post such a superla-
tive mark! WHS defeated Freeport
by a score of 38-0 Friday night.


JEUas


Congratulations players, Head
Coach Grantham, and the other
members of the staff.
With all of this success comes
the post-season and home field
advantage. We are hosting the
first round of state competition,
the Regional, Quarterfinals on


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Friday, November 9th. Game time
will be 7:30 CT as established by
FHSAA. Our opponent is Vernon
High School, which made it as an
at-large selection. But don't let
their 6-4 record fool you they
were in every game they played
this year and were ahead against
every tough team.
Should we win on Friday
night, we will host a semi-final
regional contest on November
116th. That game time will also be,
at 7:30 p.m. ,
In recognition of the success
of our football team, we had a cel-
ebration assembly in the gym first
thing Monday morning. Cheer-
leaders and band members led
our cheers while Coach
Grantham spoke glowingly about
our team. A pep rally will be held
on Friday at 2:25 as we send our
team off to battle in the State
Series competition.
Congratulations to our lone
remaining school representative
in the Cross Country, Fritz
Stoppelbein. Fritz finished 6th at
the district meet this past
Thursday and this Saturday he
will run at Tallahassee in the
regionals. Based on his time. Fritz
will probably carry the WHS ban-
ner and tradition with him at the


state meet. Good luck, Fritz.
Eddie and Billie Vasquez finished
24th and 25th respectively at the
district meet. As seniors, they
have ended a very successful and
memorable career.
Winter sports practices are
now underway. If a student had
been planning on playing, contact
with a coach should have been
made. Also, a physical is required
for participation.
We surely did enjoy our FCA
meeting last week as Charles
Herman, former football standout
at Tulane University, delivered a
timely and inspirational message
to over 50 students. FCA has its
monthly meetings the last
Tuesday of each month.
The WHS Drama Club in con-
junction with Wewa Community
Theater presented "Man of the
House" on November 3rd at, 7:00*
p.m. Students Caleb and Clark
Cutchin and Drew Millergren
were in the play as were commu-
nity 'members Cherlyn McNa-
mara, Casite Hyde, Holly Pituch,
and Bill and Sherry Truby. The
play is scheduled to be performed
at school on November 8th, some-
time in the morning.
The Middle School Task Force
met on 11/5 at 6:30 p.m. at


PSJMS for a tour of the facility
and to meet with Mrs. Whitten in
order to gain further insight on
the progress of our Middle School
concept.
The School Advisory Council
will meet again on 11/27 at 6:30
'p.m. Our immediate goal. is to
spend this year's allotment of
money in pursuit of our goals.
We have an Early Release Day
on November 14th as our faculty
will be working on its *ACS
requirements. Dismissal time is
12:00. Lunch will be served.
The week of November 11-17
is Take Our Parents, to School
Week. If you were interested in
coming to school to visit, that
time frame xvould be a great one.
Being in the classroom or spend-
ing time at lunch can be a valu-
able experience for all concerned.
The juniors, are planning ,.to
visit The Martin Theater for a fall
theatrical presentation on Nov.
20th. Field trip forms will be
made available this week.
Traditionally there is an Early
Release on the Wednesday before
Thanksgiving; Please prepare for
such a possibility.
Parents and guardians! II you
have special arrangements for


your child in terms of custody or
visitation, please give us paper-
work to substantiate your rights.
We can only respond to what we
have on file. Take the time to
address this now rather than
when it becomes an issue! Thank
you.
We just received the official
news of our band's ratings last
year'in district and state competi-
tion. First of all, we are pleased to
announce that WHIS is the only
school that represented our area
last year. Furthermore, we pre-
sented 88 students for recogni-
tion. Of that total, 68 received
excellent ratings and another 20
received superior ratings. WHS
has a lot to be proud of!
We have just received word
that the University of West Florida
is interested in offering a Master's
Degree in C & I at our high school.'
If you would like more informa-
tion about, this opportunity,
please contact WHS and leave a
number. We are planning an orga-
nizational meeting on Decermber
4th at. 4:00 ET.


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490' Walerfront on Pristine SI. Joseph Bay. F. :er.maor,. Prad,.e
3BR.' 26A home and .;00* h dock O.er 5 a.:.e' Keep ih.. a: a
,.:,nderil'l lam1ly rerreao or '.-s proper,' cculd be ub.di'ded ic.r
p.ofia Properr,' could possbly be subd.,,d.d .nlo 5-6 balr:or. lail:
for ,r.,nmediaoe proFlI Or proper, would rmake a ,w.:nderlul garh-
ering place tor Irie..d and laonrl/ G'al boal'.rg galloping and
f.hb.ng Prc.perr) is co.., about 1 '2 ro.Ie Ir ,m, St Jo:eph Pen.n-
.ula Sioae Pak. 51,350,000 Owner Financing available. Call
Preston Russ al 1-800-600-1298, ext. 26.


SLISAil' Overstreel 8918 Hwy.386 -.38 286 gr "'L
79,900. MIS# 9869. For more.information call Patricia Raap St. Joe Beadch-Dud,:.aoed goul ,.,, 1 o o,:eI ".ti|, e l:, bu.ld ao A BR 1039 H*y 70 South Blounstown. Great Bus;ness ocanon! 132o ",F
1648.5683. I- 1r 0 r xlAO' large.I bea.:h .c,. Io: c.'. e b-.a,:Fj i 5225,000 commercial b .i'r :n.i ao:. c J re' iro.,T,' :.T,,rlle. ofc: e; I .
M LSx90187 larger olc.:: and hdi.: .)I',l rec,.o ,: C. l I": lrlr..'-:,ri ,iia '. ::, :lur.- ,'
Great potential and possibilities. 5900,000 MLSe90531
,.- ,-


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323 Atlantic Sireel, St. Joe Beach In grcou-.d p.ol 3BF., 2B4 home
FP. large kilcher., J.n.rg area game room aocuzz. $179,000.
MLS*90381
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324 SANDPIPER ROAD-CAPE SAN BIAS Enjor the ronse. and
a view oF the Gulf from rhe .:reened .n declk oa rh's 3ER, 26.
horme 5230,000.00 MLS #10187

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2006 Juniper Ave, Porl Si. Joe 3BR, 2BA home on large 131
Mao ler BR sure, rne. ind, and rcoit rEr:. 2 ..c-- garage
MLS~90249, S159,900. Call Brenda Miller







107 Monica Drive Pora Si. Joe Ioel 38R '2A home riai
has been recently remodeled ML5#9123, S113,500. Call Suse


Brighton By The Sea Beaullul gull lro,-. home ,* 3 de:k:'
FEMA available 6132 Hwy C-30, Call Anitra Norton. $459,000.
MLS#10101


GULF FRONT with over 100 feet of gulf frontage al Cape San'
Bias. beou,.ful ,. of ihe Guli abnd iS I:eph Ba, 3 BR.' 3 Baih
-,,,h open decl: and -'do,; valk for c' ie gorgeous ..ets Only
S525,000 MLSP90525. Call Preston Russ at 800-600-1298, exi.
26


CAPE SAN BLAS
C-30, gulf view lot. MLS#90407 5249,500
J Cape S an Bias" Din00'e P2e'ev Iy. Call Susie While SI69,900.
Interior lot on C-'30.MLSk90420 S59,900
Bay View lots -'Or.'C-30 .Ibh geao, v.e, of ba,. 554,900 each.
Monument Harbor Apartments Gio, loco',o;,' 100 t.,:ccupn.:, SanD
n$239,000. Call Anilra Norlon fa r more information. I p Sand Bar Drive. 573,500. MLS#6456 ConiacI Diane Peevy
239,000. Call Anira Norton fr more informationSecluded Dunes, L 5, The Bluff. 5159.900. MLSe9255
-' S' 100 Secluded Dunes Dr. $199,900 MLS55330
TBA Westwind Dr. S119.900. MLS29621
',, ,,,, Cape San Bias S19,S00. MIS#2596
I Parkside Circle. 575,000. MLS#6902
Interi r, t ..L5 6902 Poal : d Ci:la $75,000, Elva Peden.
l- ~.t rf Interior Lot t.IL"5. ,327, Cap Soan 81a. Rd 589,900.
Interior. t..tSie,528 Se.:lu.ed D.jrne D-,.e 5139,900.
Interior Lot, ML:'n,956 Cap oar.n Blot Pd S200,000 Susie
While.
Interior Lot. tIiL5.33- ,S:luded C'ur-e r,.e5, S109,900.
Established commercial properly almost contiguous to Arvida's first is, ti er, ,.1,i7808S t.Mar.r,,t Lone 5159,500, Susie White.
water front development in Gulf County! Thi ,.T,:,,II Io. erern'dco,.u: INDIAN LAGOON
po,,le,-,r.3l lor a bu,.r.e:s o.-.d '.:. a .:3 p,ial ,,',.' T,- r The poricular INDIAN LAGOO N
oae 10 u,-, 3 of- he u,,: klene: 5599,000 MtSx9383. Lagoon Front, H'. .'30 FALS0.4969, Starling at 568,000
.,., MIS2599, H..,' .-30. 569,900.
-, .......f ., .&', MLS#2600. H', C:30 5129,500.
k, MLs26o01, 8 HMy 0 -,0 s159,o500.
', BEACHES
... ., St. Joe Beach-180' :,n H-, 98x4d0 or, Ccuri and 370C 1.25' or,.
.'Amer',c, Great opportunity for commercial or/and residential.
$975,000. MLSh9331 Call Ellen Allemare.
', 8867 Hwy 98-Beacon Hill, vacant laot-53'xi12' MLS#90230
S 125,000


Theresa Altman
WES is very pleased to wel-,
come a new teacher to our staff.
Ms. Theresa -Altman moved to
Wewahitchka from south Florida
to teach kindergarten here at
WES. Theresa graduated from St.
Augustine High School. She
received an AA Degree from St.
John's River Community College
and went on to graduate with
Honors from the University of
South Florida where she earned a
Bachelor's Degree. She majored in
Elementary Education and
nminored in Computer Science.
Theresa is not a stranger to
WES or the Wewahitchka area,
however. She is the daughter of
local residents Jerry and Connie
Coby and her sister, Wanda
Lester, also lives here. Theresa
served as substitute teacher while
second grade teacher Melanie
Hinote was on maternity leave a
few years ago. Her teaching expe-
rience also includes an internship
at Campbell Park Elementary
where she taught fourth grade.
Thresa's pride and joy attends
first grade at WES. Her daughter
Courtney wasted no time. in mak-
ing friends and making Wewa her
home. This delightful young lady
had, no doubt, a tremendous
influence on Theresa's decision to
become a teacher.
WES found Theresa's enthu-
siasm refreshing and she has
become a welcomed member, to
the WES family. Theresa says that
she iss grateful that the faculty
and staff have been so tremen-
dously helpful and that she feels
blessed and proud to be a part of
our school and community. We
feel the same way about her.
Welcome, Ms. Theresa, and -stay
awhile!
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MONDAY-Coney dog/bun, hash
brown patty, carrot sticks, fresh
orange and milk, or chefs- salad
meal.
TUESDAY-Grilled chix patty/rice,
celery sticks, peanut butter cup,
applesauce, graham crackers and
milk, or chefs salad meal.
WEDNESDAY-Cheeseburger mac-
aroni, greens, pears in jello, roll
and milk, or chefs salad meal
THURSDAY-Beef stew, tossed
salad, peaches, roll and milk, or
chefs salad meal.
FRIDAY-cheese pizza, tossed
salad/dressing, pears, bread
sticks, and milk or chef's salad
meal.


S95,000


90237 ,.- '" a
Commercial Properly- This proper, : ,,oed redeonial bur has. a pe. "'' "-" : __' z_ I -' ----
Cal uemplor or pale pofe:snaI dcordc: .ll.:l Ol.nernl 11,nance a.' 820 Hwy 98 Mexico Beach Commercal oapp' o6 X80' or and ii-
20, dor.' ,e,m' nego,,able 5225,000 MLS#10100. buld.'-g -1h good parking Great Opportunity! S315,000 MLS9836 M
S't A very nice well maintained 3 BR/2BA home in a greal location.
man ='Lor-e.d clo. e the .chooI S125,000 MLS 90229
7 7 ..... .LOT LISTINGS
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'awl?- PORT ST. JOE
S- -: :"."., "Greal Opportunity for Investment 6 Lor. valuable, 150'x296' for
J 225 8th Street i58R.'26.. Th. hI.. e. or a "77 170' 1.il hoa ,i 5130.000. or can be sold in 2-3 lot parcels for 565,000. each.
92 Hwy 98, Mexico Beach Beautiful Sunsets and Great Living l, one bl, ocl fr, rhe bar, F'o,, ,l J.:." The home is priced al Commercial lots- Long Avenue- S85,050 each.MLS*90450
.c n: ,'cm ded;.:aed ba:L' -, e,.',,.ob',.ucred g.lI .,eS..I $10,900. MLS#9924. Call Carol Bell at 227-9600. Commercial property- Garrison Avenue $225000 MLS#90451
-ER'3 5BA appro 35:2 :q h oa I,..,g,, ae S629,000.00. "- .: ...' V" 0 "'" ";- -.., porSt. Joe- Lots on Marvin Avenue.S14.000 each. MLS#90d63
MLS#90497 -, LS#Commercial lots on Hwy 71 across from the Post Office. S56,.000.
S----. Commercial lois on Hwy. 71 beside Wewo Stale Bank,
S. ,D o$105,000.
%I, t Avenue and Hwy 71. $244,600. Call Anitrd Norton, for more
i-o--'''' Bay View, IALS#9650, Hwy 98, $175'000.
S. Interior, Wvard Ridge, MLS#6883, Garrison Ave, $280,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
4' ots 400'x150'. Call Susie White. $24,500. MLS#8144.
"- ', MLS#5223, North OF Wewa, Idlewood Drive, $9,900
'MLS#4486, Dogwood Ave., $14,900.
Pori St Joe 3BR '2 5,- I c.. uo- T. home -,,.r cho:ols oand Interior, MLS#5989, 6557, Lot 36, 37, Betty Rae Dr., $S17,000
Sc,:rr, rr,,.r college Er.erc, I,.er,r MTS#9979, Reduced 5229,000. BAY FRONT HOME. GUEST HOUSE APARTMENT CAPE SAN BLAS each, Bill Peevy.
.L..el :ou:ro,' h.:n-e ... app, ox I ?5 r, e bc, .. h 3C50 aboard Interior, MLS#6881, Dalkieth, Hwy 381-A, $60,000.
iolw k tbuir rh ic 1 ofl i ,, r, 5475 000. MLS e5086 Interior, MLS#6879, Dolkieth, 381-A, $78,000.
.p MLS#5988, Dolkieth, Mace Martin Rd., $89,900, Anitra Norton.
MLS#5506, 6000 Dalkieth Rd., $64,500.
'C. -OVERSTREET
,Interior, MLS # 9581, Overstreet, Sunshine Rd., 4.7 acres,

11 Intracoastal Waterway, MLS # 9261, Overstreet, Roberts Land-
.. ing Rd., 35.9 acres, $199,000, Patricia Raap.
Interior, MLS#6624, Wewahitchka, Wetappa Drive, $11,800,
Interior, MLS#6157, 6154, 6156, 6060, 6155, Lot 5, 2, 4, 1, 3,
Long Street, $12,900 each.
Interior, MLS#6993, Finch Lane, $13,750, Linda Ulm.
"Interior, MLS#8036, Quarter Horse Lane, $21,000, Brenda
III E & F lstSt, Mexico Beach Duplex on corner loI-Oneolfa i. Miller..
kind! 2bR/ IB6A upstairswwth 2 decks for gulf view. 26R/ I BA down- Mexico Beach I11 Circle Dr 3 B ,I '. .e, $355,000, Interior, MLS#6097, Wewahitchka, Hwy. 386, $195,500, Patricia
stairs with gulf view deck. $249,000. MLS#90496. MLS # 10177. Call Patricia Raap at 648.5683. Raap.


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1990 Bayliner Boat
Capri 1950, 19 ft.,
135 HP inboard/out-
board, 19 ft. $7,800.


1998
Stratus,


Dodge
95,000


miles. Good condi-
tion, auto/A-C/AM-
FM Cass.

For further infor-
mation contact:
Hiram Nix @
Citizens Federal
Savings Bank (850)
227-1416 ext. 102.

All vehicles/watercrafts are
sold as is-no warranty.,,


1978 Chevy Nova $3,500.00
1995 Chevy Corsica $3,295.0"
1992 Ford Mustang $3,495.
1988 Chevy Baretta $1,595."
1991 Geo Metro $1,895.-o
1994 Chevy Cavalier $1,995.'"
1990 Chevy Corsica $1,395."
1983 Toyota Corolla $895."'
W. C. Robinson Auto Sales
3996 N. Hwy. 71, Wewahitchka
639-9773 ,,


1995 Chevy Astro V'an Mark III
Conversion. New ures. new A/C, just
tuned up, looks & runs great. Priced to
Sell TODAY at S6.500. Call Beverly at
639-9272 (work). 639-2895 (home) or
819-3313 (cell). ltcl 1/8

1997 Ford Expedition loaded. S14.000.
Call 229-2444. ltcl1l/6
1994 Chevrolet Cavalier, standard
transmission, air. 8500 OBO. call 227-
7506. ltpll/8

For Sale, 3 Ford pick-up trucks. All
need a little work. 8425 takes all. OBO.
Call 229-9555. 334 Boruta, Highland
View. ltpll/8

2000 Suzki Katana. 750 cc. 5.000
miles. Call Brian at 229-8140. 2tpll/1




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Day: 227-7200,
night: 647-3882
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1989 Ford Tempo, good condition,
heeds work, $400. 1986 Isuzu pickup,
looks good, runs good;, $1,000. Call
229-6435. 3tp11/8

1978 Ford truck, F100, rebuilt'engine &
transmission,'$1,200. Call 647-5092.
2tc1/1

Engine & transmission, car, 250 cubic
inch, Ford, 6 cyc. auto transmission.
Just rebuilt, 1974, hear It run. 9375 for
all. Call 850-648-6652. 2tc I 1 / 1
1992 Cadillac El dorado. Good condi-
tion., V-8. loaded, cell phone, 86,995.
Call 227-7294. : 4tp10/25

1986 Cadillac Sedan Deville. all electric
& leather, $2,000 firm. Call 639-9000.
4tcl0/11

1990 Honda Accord LX. Great, condi-
tion, cold air, 83,500 OBO. Call 647-
3497 evenings/weekends. tfc l /1 I




BOAT FOR SALE 1988 Sea Nymph,
16.3 ft. with galv. trailer. continental 40
H.P. electric start motor. Asking 3,000.
Call 850-229-1939. 208 Whiting Street.
Port St. Joe. 3tp 11/8

2000 13 ft. Sea Doo model LRV. 130 hp.
trailer & cover, 4 passenger, stable rid-
ing, year round use., 87,500. Wewa.
639-5446. 4tcll/l

KAYAKS! Unsinkable. self-bailing. sta-
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LOOKING FOR ROOMMATE For a 3
bedroom, 2 bath nicely furnished home
on St. Joe Beach. 8120 per week.
includes all utillues. Call 647-9382.
tfci 1/8

For rent partly furnished trailer In
Highland View. For more information
call 227-1260, leave message. tfc 11/8

2 bedroom, I bath house In Oak Grove.
No Pets, 8350 a month plus deposit.
Call 850-229-6078. tfe 11/1
House for lease. 514 4th Street remod-
eled. central heat & air. fence, zoped
commercial or residential. Job &:r.ter-
ences a must. Call 770-719-8314 or
850-648-3091 or 850-670-4668. ipi.

2 bedroom. I bath central heat/air.
8290 a month. 8150 security deposit.
Call 227-3322. 2tpl 1/8
2 Trailers for rent In Highland View.
Both are 2 bedroom. I 1/2 bath. Call
227-9363. 2tc l1/1
Unfurnished House at 1780 Grouper
Ave.. Highland Ave.. 2 bedroom, I bath.
No pets. Deposit required. Call 229-
6825. 2tpll/1
House for rent at 41st Street. Mexico
Beach. Available now. Call Susana at
648-3090 leave message or 850-668-
7212. 4tell/l

Beautiful rental on Mexico Beach
available Nov. 1. 3 bedroom. 2 bath
fully furnished, TV/VCR. washer/dryer.
very clean, fenced back yard, quiet &
close to beach. 8690 month, call 229-
1305. 2telI1/1
2 bedroom. I bath in Port St. Joe. Call
229-7177. 3tcll/'l

Furnished trailer with washer & dryer
in Overstreet area. Call 648-5306.i.:i i, i

2 & 3 BR. long-term rental units. Call
Crystal Sands Realty 648-4400. ui ili

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


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Amy Circle, Wewa-
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Wall to wall 'carpeting
Laundry facilities
* On-site Management
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1, 2 & 3 bedroom apts.
PINE RIDGE APTS.,125
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32456 (850) 227-7451
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House for rent on beach. 3 bedroom, 2.
bath, attached garage, $700 per month.
Call Becky at 850-647-8384. 4tpl0/25
For Rent RV Spaces, full hookup, call
229-8959, leave message. 8tplO/25
2 bedroom, 1 bail ufrurrijshed mobile
home, St. Joe Beach. CLJI 550-647-
5361. tfcll/1
Efficiency-type apartment in P.S.J.,
furnished, all utilities inc. Weekly,
Monthly rates. Call 639-3600 or 229-
2941. tfcl l/1


Mobile Home Lot for rent. RV & Boat
storage spaces available. 1/2 mile from
beach., reasonable rates. 648-8201.tr ii/i
2 bedroom apartment for rent. Ocean
View in Mexico Beach, 850-648-4922.
tfcll/I

Furnished and Linfurrnished Rentals. St.
Joe Beach. Me'Jco Beach and Gulf
Shores. (Beachfront, Gulh'lew and
Intenor-) Several Short aid Long Termi
from 8400 to 1.400 per month Arline
Realty, Inc. 650-647-2628 tic 11/

For Lease, 40x50 Office Building, 401
Garrison Ave. Across from Post
Office. For more information call
Marilyn at 850-674-2411 or Phil at
229-6460. 6te 10,. 4
For Lease: Warehouse/Garage on
Williams Ave. 2550 sq. ft.. 2 service
bays, 2nd story loft. 227-1429. LI.:] i .

3 bedroom. 2.5 bath. swimming pool..
across from beach. big screen TV fur-
rushed. SI.000 monthly plus utJlite-.
Good credit necessary, call 76.3-416-
3711 or 850-648-4400.. Ffcl I. l

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

Large 3 bedroom. 2 bath townhouse,
unfurnished, washer/dryer hook-up.
8800 per month. S300 security deposit.
N. 36th Street. Mexico Beach Call Gulf
Coast Vacation Rentals at 648-5449.
r 'tfc' e ll/L

For Rent. 850 sq. ft. warehouse, with
office & rest room. S250 monthly. Gulf
South Self Storage 229-6200. tic 11 / 1
68228 Hwy 98 St. .Jloe Beach. 2 story
house., uliM-ew. 2 bedroom. 2 baLth.
8725 a month plus S4,00 deposit. Call
650-647-9214. tf: I I, I/
Rental Management
Seeking property owners with units
available for long term rentals Our fees
are reasonable and v.,e have a heavy
-demand for long term rentals Arluie
Realty. Inc. 850-647-262S tIc I l /

Liberty Manor Apts.. 102 Liberty Manor
Circle. PSJ. Affordable housing for tie
elderly & handicapped CH..A. laundry
facilities. energy efficient const.. stove &
refrig furn.. fully carpeted. IBR apts.
on site Equal Opp. Housing Complex..
Call 229-635.3 for more info NOW TAK-
ING APPLICATIONS tic 11,'I
UNFURNISHED
Large 2 bdrm. house. stove a& refrg.
cen. h&a. screen porch carport & laun-
dry rm.
Large 2 bedroom apartment. stove &.
refng.. washer/dryer hook-up.
New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house. 1 1/2
ba.. inside laundrN rm.. ch&a. dish-
washer & stove. fully carpeted. No pets
FURNISHED
*Small 2 bdrm. h-'ime. atlto h.at .6 air. w:i' li-
er/dryer hook-up.
One bedroom apartment. wasler,' drl.,.r
hookup. Call 229-6777 after 7 FM Ut:.1 1





Beach. Sat Nov. 10 & 17, 9:"Cl a i-
12:00 noon. 2te 1c 5

Yard Sale. 107 Yaupon Street. (off
Monument, one street past 21st). Sat
Nov. 10. 8.00- 12:00. Rain Cancels. ...

Yard Sale. Hwy 95. Highland Viev.. Sat..
Nov. 10. 6-00 tdl. Iltcl d '


Garage Sale, 615 Manrvn Ave Fn -,.
Sat.. Nov. 9 & 10, 8:00 a.m. ull 1 00
p.m. All kinds of goodies. I tc I1,. 8

Yard Sale, 1Q3 Prairie Lane, Jones
Homestead, Sat., Nov. 10, 7:00 am.
Children's clothes, toys, misc. Rain
Cancels. itc 1/8

Yard Sale, corner of Gulf Street &
Alabama Ave., St. Joe Beach, Sat., Nov.
10, 8:00 -3:00. Vacuum cleaner, steam
cleaner, toys, home entertainment cen-
ter, dishes, knfck knack & fresh
turnips. ltc' 1/8
Yard Sale, 2 blocks off Hwy. 98 on
Dolphin Ave., Highland View, Sat., Nov.
10, 8:00 till. Young ladies, new & like
nev.' clothes sizes 3 to 7, matching corn-
fonrter & curtain, his & hers matching
watches, dishes, some may be antique,
new pecans, toys & many more items.
ltcll 1/8

Garage Sale, 3 Family Yard Sale, 1806
Garrison Ave., Sat., Nov. 10, 8:00 am-
12:00. Girls clothes mostly sizes,7-12;
other misc. Itc 1/8
Yard Sale, 312 Wysong Ave., Mexico
Beach, Sat., Nov. 10, 8:00 am until.
Antiques, Christmas decor, exercise and
household misc. ltdl 1/8

Yard Sale, 327 E. River Road, Wewa,
Sat., Nov. 10, 7:00 am. A little bit of
everything. ltpll/8


Help people with disabilities find
work. Case manager position avail-
able as Goodwill expands in Port St.
Joe. Reply to: Coordinator of Career
Development, Go.od.-ll. 3221 E, Bus.
98, Panama City. FL 32401 or fax to
850-769-7359 Goodu'll is an EEOC
empio,,er. 2tc 11/8

Cashier needed at Cape Trading Post,
please -call Tammy at 229-5775. n.::i i
Carpenter or Carpenters Helper call
Garry L. Gaddis Construction at 645-
5474. tffc ll/1


Sales Clerk needed in busy office sup-
ply and printing business. Successful
applicant must possess excellent people
skills, and be multi-task oriented.
Group insurance offered, and paid holi-
oays A knowledge of the Internet. arid
other computer skills a requisite. Please
apply in person at 209 Reid Avenue.
Port St. Joe. or mail resume to 209 Reid
Avenue Port St. Joe. FL 32456. Ul 1 / 1


LPNs/RNs and CNAs. All shifts Bay St.
Georie Care Center. Eastpolnt. FL 850-
670-571 I. 10tc10/25


- Part-Time. Day & Evening positions.
Resident Care. call Pam at Gen-Care
850-647-2626. tfc1 / 1
Seeking Equipment Operators &
Truck Drivers. Applicants must have
valid FL drivers license. Apply at C.W.
Roberts Contracting. Inc., PO Box 188.
Hosford. FL 32334 850-379-8116. .,, .

The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners is seeking an individ-
ual to fill a full-time/part-time posi-
tion at the Road Department. The
starting salary is 86.75 per hour/8
hours per week. The following qualifica-
uons are desired for this position: Must
be able to perform all types of general
labor. Must be willing to learn .to run
rneaty equipment. Must possess a C.D.L
Class D Dnver's License. Applications
will be available at the Gulf County
Road Department. 318 S. 7th Street.
Wewahitchka. FL 32465. (850) 639-
2238. Monday through Friday. 6:30
a.m.-3.00 p.m.. C.S.T. Applications will
be accepted until Monday, November
12. 2001. 3:00 p.m.. C.S.T. If you have
a any questions. you may call Road
Superintendent Bobby Knee at (850)
639-2238 Gulf County enforces a
Drug-Free Workplace Policy and Is an
Equal Opportunir,'Affirmative Action
Employer. ,s,'" Carmen L. NMILemore
Craiurnan.. Attest ,s Douglas-.. C
Brminngham. Clerk 2tc 1l'
Be a part of a Great Team BAY ST.
JOSEPH CARE CENTER, 220 Ninth
Street. Part Time (10 hrs.) wkly.
Activities Personnel, 6:30-8:30 pm.
ltel 1/8

Management Opportunity. Career
opportunity with major company.
Complete training program. excellent
benefits. Call J.R. booth for cordnfidential
interview. 850-222-2712. 4tpl 1/8

Community Representative, Part-
time work with international
exchange students and host families.
Strong community sptirt and warm
heart for teens Must help find families.
CaJl 1-858-552-9572. 3tpll ,/6
Don't miss your chance to make a
difference. Come join our winning
team. BAY ST. JOSEPH CARE CEN-
TER has positions open for caring.
dependable CNAs, LPNs & RNs. Check
out our sign on Bonus. CNAs 8500 *
LPNs 81.500 RNs S2.000. We also
add shift cifferenual pay for e\penence.
uniform allowance & benefits package.
Please apply in person to: 220 Ninth
Street. Port St. Joe. tcll1/8


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For Sale, Day bed size bedding set with
3 pillow shams, $30; dining room table
60"x42", 18" leaf, 6 upholstered chairs,
$300; mobile computer desk 59" H, 31
1/2" W, 23 1/2 D, $65. Call 647-8822
after 6:00 p.m. 1.tpll/8
Four Wheelers For Sale. 1998 four
wheel drive, $3,250. 1997 2 wheel drive
$2,700. Both excellent condition. Call
227-1873 or 814-4397. Itc 1/8

Go Cart for sale. needs ures and chain.
8100. Call 229-2444. ltd 1/8

Beige loveseat with twin hide-a-bed.
good condition, 875; 2 laminated folding
tables, 6'x30". 830 each: wine making
equipment with book to make & bottle
wine. 840: draw-tight HD trailer hitch,
fits 90-97 Lincoln Town car. 840:
stroller, 815. Call 229-6879. 2tc I 1/8

Bamboo couch and matching loveseat
for sale. Excellent condition. S100. Call
850-648-4649 or 850-647-2521. itoi 6

Tires for 8N-2000 tractor, grass 16 in.
wide. 18.4-16.1. 3 ures, 2 rnms mount-
ed, 8 lug, 8275 for all. Call 850-648-
6652. 2tc 1/1
Used furniture for sale. Johnnie's
Trim Shop, 310 4th St.. PSJ tfc I I /

Antique Jenny Lind 3/4 bed, cherry
with sleigh sides (mattress &' box
springs included) 8180, call 647-2525.
2tpl /l

For Sale, 2 grave lots, already with cop-
ing rocks. Behind the pumping station.
Call 229-6221. 2tpIl/lI
Free "Non-Denormnational" Eight
Lesson Bible Correspondence Course.
Learn how to become a Christian & no-
thing else Send your name & address
to: Bible Study. PO Box 929.
Wewahitchka. FL 32465 or E-mail your
request to Wewachurch@aol.comifcl l/1

(1) Some -Spalding" brand, golf club's
with asst. iron's & a bag for the club's.
Wood's are a lI & a #3. Entire set for
sale. Will not sell Individual club's.
Good cond. 845 for set. (2) "Black &
Decker" brand, dust-buster, w/wall
holder & recharger. Good cond. 810. (3)
Oil painting. Approx. 24"x32", painted
picture of a white tailed, male deer.
standing in the forest. The picture Is
painted on a piece of painter's canvas,
but Is not framed. Very good cond. ask-
ing S15. (4) Mod. #120-A "Starrett"
brand.dial caliper. Hardened stainless
frame. I 1/2" dial. Rack covered by
depth rod (NIB). Will sacrifice for 8135.
(5) Coleman" brand, dbl. globe lantern.
Good cond. 825. Call 850-647-8187
arid ask for Joe. 4tp 10/18

Unfinished Furniture @
REEVES
Furniture & Refinishing Shoppe
234 Reid Avenue
Quoafl, Refinishing suice 1982
Call John Reeves at 229-6374





Mobile Homes for sale, 81,500-S3,500,
call 647-5106. tfcl l/1


4 year old? Male, Pomeranian, free to
good home. Loving, cuddly house dog,
who deserves more attention than we
can currently give. White City. 827-
2466 leave message. tfc 11/8

Cuddly loving kittens. Will make good
pets. Call 648-6602. 2tp 11/8




3 bedroom, 2 bath double-wide on 2
beautiful lots just one block from beach.
Stop by and see it at 223 Bay St.. St.
Joe Beach. Owner financing at
$860/month for 15 years or $90,000
cash. Call 648-5840. tfcl I/1


A CAREER IN


DENTAL

ASSISTING

IN AS LITTLE AS

ONE YEAR

This certification program is available through the
Dental Assisting Outreach Program
at Gulf Coast Community College

Video courses and flexible Saturday classes.
Jobs now in local area.
Financial Aid is available for qualified applicants.

Applications are now being accepted
for the spring term.

For more information, call Kim Guilford
at 747-3244 or 1-800-311-3685, ext. 3244.

DO Gulf Coast
00 Community College

An ea/eo institution
lin I/A


LAND FOR SALE, 45 +/-.acres, planted.
pines, 13 yr., never been cut, loaded,
within tophy deer. Deer .plots $2,000 a
acre. Macon County. 478-949-3085.
4tpl 1/8

RIVER FRONT RETREAT 27 acres.
800 ft. on Saul's Creek with 4 bedroom,
2 1/2 bath house. Deep water access.
Just min. to Apalachicola Bay by boat.
Surrounded by 120.000 acres State
owned land. Also have a few 75 ft. river
front lots available at 835.000. Call:
850-670-4001. tfcll/8
House for sale. 7014 Hwy. 98. St. Joe r
Beach. Move to your lot. Financing
Avadable. Call 850-718-7918 or 850-
592-5071. 4tpl 1/8 ,
Owner financing in Wewa. 1978 24x56,
4 bedroom. 2 bath unfinished mobile,
home. Land & septic tank. needs work.
Call for details 850-639-9747 or 639-
1472. 2tel 1/8,.
2 lots for sale, Cape Plantation. each lot
105x210. Will sale together or separate.
call 229-8355. 4tel 1/8

Approx. 4 1/2 acres, country home, 4.
1/2 miles from town, backed up to air-
port. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 ponds .&.
barn, 2 1/2 of the acres fenced In fpr, -
horses with barn & tack roqm.-
S150.000 firm. Call 229-8622 or 227-:
3678 ask for Irene. 6tc10/25-

BEAUTIFUL LOTS each 60'xl50'
(120'xl50') In Wewahlitchka with 7 fully
matured bearing pecan trees, fenced,
city water and sewer on property.
816.500 for both. Call 639-2831-In
Wewahltchka or 1-904-213-4981.
Property located at 558 4th Street, (off
of East Church Street). 2tpl 1/1

Gulf Aire Gulf view. 3 bedroom. 2 bath
double garage with office/mother In law
apartment. Private beach, tennis &
pool. Reduced to 8160,000 OBO.
Pelican Walk Real Estate. 850-648-
4995. 4tcIO/25

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 Lovelace,-'Mexico Beach Harmon
Realty, Inc. tfcll/1
I full fenced acre home site in Howard,
Creek. on corner of Murphy Road &
Blossom Hill Road. Septic tank with
pumping station from a I14'x29 insulat-
ed building.with full bath and deep weJ4l.
Below marJ.kek, vaLue Call 850-647.-
3949. 800-476-2984, or 850-944-0148.
tfc I 1/1

75xl50 lot for sale. I 1/2 blocks from
beach or lot 2 1/2 for sale. Call 647-
5253 for more info. 4tclO/18

For Sale, Lot approx. t/- 1/2 acre
adjoining Dead Lakes near
Wewalhitchka. located off Setterich Rd.
Pnced to sell at 85.500. Call 850-229-
7887. 3tc10/25
"Mexico Beach" Louisiana Dr. 2 story
home, cathedral ceiling, stone fireplace,
2 car garage, $133,500. "Ask for Joan
Lovelace" Mexico Beach Harmon
Realty. Inc. 648-5767. tfc I 1/1
Wewahitchka Nice mobile home on 2
lots. $39.900. Possible Seller financing.
Pelican Walk Real Estate. 850-648-
4995. 4tc10/25


Sea Shores Home, St. Joe Beach.
Almost New 2 bedroom. I 1/2 bath.
S147,000. Mexico Beach Harmon
Realty, Inc. at 850-648-5767 ask for
Joan Lovelace. tic I1/ I
Large, family home, located Just off
Highway 98. with view of St. Joseph
'Bay. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, open loft
area up stairs over looking great room
(can serve as bedroom, study, etc.) huge
great room with cathedral ceiling and
open beams. den, large recreational
room, fire place, large front and back
yard. Located at 200 St. Joseph Drive,
Port St. Joe. Florida. Call 850-227-1328
or 850-265-3321. tfcl l/ I

1985 North River, 2,BR/2 BA, 14x70,
clean, $4,000; 2.678 ac. White City,
mostly cleared, 4" well ,& septic, shop
w/2 overhangs, concrete floor shecd,
835,500 or both for $39,500. Call 850-
229-9441. 4tp10/18
We want to buy a house in Port St.,
Joe that needs work. Call 227-3511.
.tfcli/1

For Sale By Owner, Home on Hwy. 71 min
White City. Two lots 100 ft. by 444. ft..
Second lot has water meter and septic
for mobile home or new construction.
Home constructed of. tongue & groove
cypress paneling with oak & pine floor-
ing. 3 bedroom,: 1 bath,,CH/A, carport,
utility room & screen porch. Contains
other structures, including small green-
house. Mature landscape with many
fruit trees and flowers. $79,900. Call
850-827-6869. tfcll/'l
"St Joe Beach" Carolina, Ave.
-Beautiful 2 story home access from 2
streets, large master bedroom and bath
with Jaccuzi and separate shower, for-
mal dining area and breakfast nook,.
fireplace, patio; carport, landscaped lot,
$165,000. "Ask for Joan Lovelace"
Mexico Beach Harmon Realty, Inc.
648-5767. tfcll/1

Lots cleared for building. Lots in Mexico
Beach, paved streets, underground util-
ities, restricted subdivision.' watei- &
sewer tap. Paid $29,900, possible owner
financing call 648-5476. tfcl,/1
Deep Water Wetappo Creek 1.43
acres, $115,000. Seller-financing avail-
able. Pelican Walk Real Estate, 850-
648-4995. 4tc 10/25


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Notice of Application
By a State Member Bank to Acquire a Thrift
Pursuant to the OAKAR Amendment to FIRREA
The Bank, Warrior. Alabama, Intends to
apply to the Federal Reserve Board for permission to
acquire a thrift pursuant to the OAKAR amendment
to FIRREA. The entity to be acquired is Citizens
Federal Savings Bank. Port St. Joe. Florida, where
the resulting institution will be a state member
bank.
The Federal Reserve considers a number of
factors in deciding whether to approve the applica-
tion. Including the record of performance of banks
we own In helping to meet local credit needs. You
are Invited to submit comments on this application
to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, 1000
Peachtree Ste Street N.E.. tlanta. Georgia 30309-4470.
The comment period will not end before November
16, 2001, and may be somewhat longer. The Federal
Reserve's procedures for processing the application
may be found at 12 CFR Part 262. Procedures for
processing protested applications may .be found at
12 CFR 262.25. If you need more information about
how to submit Community Reinvestment Act com-
ments. contact Ms. Joan Harroff Buchanan at (404)
498-7345. Other questions on,the application may
be directed to Mr. David W. Smith at (404) 498-
7228. The Federal Reserve will consider your com-
ments and any request for a public hearing or for-
mal hearing on the application If they are received
by the Federal Reserve Bank on or before the last
date of the comment period.
3tc. November 1, 8. and 22. 2001.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
#0102-08
Gulf County Board of County Commissioners will
receive sealed bids from any qualified person, com-
pany or corporation Interested In constructing the
following project:
HIGHLAND VIEW


Port St. Joe Lodge No. 111
^, Reg. Stated communication
G 2,"' 1st & 3rd Thursday of each
\/' mo., 8:00 .pm., Masonic Hall,
214 Reid Ave. Emory Bailey, W.M.
Bill Jordon, Sec.


BOB'S PAINT U

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


Cinis' Appliance

Repair Service
l 477 Ponderosa Pines
Drive
Port St. Joe, FL
32456
Owner: Chris Acree'
Pager: 850-335-0785
.Office: 227-1402


WATER PLANT IMPROVEMENTS
This project consists primarily of the construction of
a potable water booster station, which will provide
storage, and pumps to boost pressure and provide
fire flow. Including a 209,000 gallon ground storage
tank (to be provided by Florida Aqua Store), a
10.000 hydro-pneumatic tank for pressurization, 3 -
high service pumps and associated valves, fittings
and controls.
Plans and specifications can be obtained at Preble-
Rish, Inc.. 470 Harrlson, Panama City. Florida
32401, (85.0) 522-0644. The bid must conform to
Section 287.133(3) Florida Statutes, on public enti-
ty crimes. Refer to PROJECT NO. 3.107
Cost for Plans and Specifications will be $150.00
per set and is non-refundable. Checks should be
made payable to PREBLE-RISH, INC. Partial sets of
plans will not be issued.
Bids will be received until 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time,
on November 26, 2001, and opened and read aloud
at 6:15 p.m. Eastern Time, on November 27,
2001 at Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners, 1000 Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Blvd., Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456. Gulf C-:i,,'.c, ':.ord .4i aur,r.
Commissioners reserves the rigi i.:. reject -., ar..A
all bids.
There will be a mandatory pre-bid conference at the'
office of Preble-Rish, Inc.. 401 Reid Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456 on November 13, 2001. at
10:00 a.m. EST. Contractors who do not attend the
mandatory pre-bid meeting will not be allowed to bid
on this project.
Completion date for of this project will be 120 con-
secutive calendar days from the date of the Notice to
Proceed presented to the successful bidder.
Liquidated damages for failure to complete the pro-
ject within the specified time will' be set at $750.00.
per day. Please indicate on the envelope that this is
a sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid Is for.
All bidders shall comply with all applicable state and
local laws concerning licensing, registration, and


Marathon Martial Arts

KARATE KUNG FU

Winter Classes Starting Now

Call 227-7506
4ciI/1

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


Clock Repair.

Old or Antique


648-5165


4tc10/25


Gulf Diesel Service
Diesel Engine Repair

229-8651 or 227-8024
Phone Mobile
OWNER: Ben Sherrill


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



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


J. C. Enterprises 202 Reid Avenue
Pprt St. l"e, Fl. 32456
/ ". 850-227-9414
Fax 229-6041


RadioShacka
Aulnorized Sales Center


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2001


"Mexico Beach" Jolliday Duplex very
near beach & canal, 2 bedroom, 1 bath
each side. Joan Lovelace, Mexico
Beach Harmon Realty, 648-5767.ifteii/i





Holiday Specials Shoreline Styles,
2904 W. Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach, FL.
648-5445. $35 unlimited visits tanning
bed 10% off foil high-lighting 15% off
all hair cuts. Wed. 10% off senior citi-
zens, all services $35 full set sculpted
nails. 8tc11/8

BOA'S LAWN SERVICE, 227-1144.
2tc11/8

Need your yard cleaned, cut pr raked
or maybe your truck or car washed.
Call the little man with a plan at 227-
3663 or 229-8864. Available after
school. Ask for Chaes. tfc 11/8

Grass cutting, call 227-9103. tfc11/1

LARRY'S BUSH HOGGING, $35 hr. Call
648-6652. 2tcll 1 / 1


* Say You Saw It In The Star!


COINS BY-THE BAY
220 REID AVENUE, PORT ST. JOE
PHONE (850) 227-9073
Don't miu-' t dLu. i'eat iu a.nd fanla.i
r u 'il 't fhanze l to ie. rto 1'i, e oae .O
Chains *Braceiets *EaIrings *Peridants
Rings *Corns *Coi0 Sels *Currency
Coliectof's Supplies .. FOr Biithdays,
Weddinrgs, ArLruvetianes, Gifls eih. I s... .
I"te ct apprriuoal an sbta c_'nU New for
currc -,j and scrar .'tid- Christmas!
-;d. I4 ilter] .L -' e TeI *B B -




Cleaning Service

ome or BiBsiness

Professional,

Dependable, Reasonable
15 years Experience

229-9670


227-8934


Atp 0/25


Hurricane & Sons

Home Repair & Property Maintenance,

= 913-620oo

Business and Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service

FRANK J. SEFERT
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


Check us out online at starfl.com

.-. .. Clas'sified ads posted daily


B~iaiiga PUB ..LC U N NOTICESJ. .y^. N


BEACH PERMITS; LIMITING AND DESIGNAT-
ING BEACH ACCESS POINTS: PROVIDING
FOR RULES FOR USE OF HORSES ON THE
BEACHES; PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY FOR
VIOLATION; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY
CLAUSE; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES OR
PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
HEREWITH: PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
(Copy of proposed ordinance on file in the Clerk's
office)
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Carmen L. McLemore. Chairman
Attest:
Douglas C. Birmingham, Clerk
2tc. November 1 and 8, 2001.


regulations of contractors doing business In Florida.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ CARMEN L. McLEMORE, CHAIRMAN
ATTEST: /S/ DOUGLAS C. BIRMINGHAM, CLERK
2tc. November I and 8. 2001.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0102-07
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
will receive sealed bids from any person, company or
corporation Interested in providing the following
goods/service:
Group Medicare Supplement
Specifications can be obtained from the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court,' 1000 Cecil G. Costln, Sr.
Blvd., Room 148, Port St. Joe. FL 32456. (850) 229-
6113.
Questions should be directed to Human
Resource/Risk Management Director Warren Yeager.
at (850) 229-5335.
Please indicate on the en.ei.:.pe -iat this I- a
SEALED BID and Include lie BID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Monday, November
12, 2001 at 5:00 p.m., E. S. 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
GULP COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Carmen L. McLemore, Chairman
Attest: /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham. Clerk
2tc. November I and 8, 2001.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 00-371-CA
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF A
1986 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS
VINM 2MEVP95FXGX674124
/
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Howard Watts
P.O. Box 970
Port Saint Joe, Florida 32456
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to forfeit your
interest In the following property in Gulf County,
Florida:'
1986 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS
VIN: 2MEVP95FXGX674124
has been filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses. If any, on
George L. Waas, Assistant Attorney General,
Peutioner s atil rne, c b,:,e addire: l-I Tne Cjpirli
Suile PL 'C1 Tall aha- e-e FInd.la 3 ..'i 1 i'vnn.
ein m dlj a au" I.fi I r' p.,ubl, in ot I i,.1 roilu.le :ir'ea d
file the original with eri- i-rk. of' hli ,-.:.url lrrer
before service on 'l-iinifa.l' r ornr..e, or Iir.,ni.:alieil',
thereamirer ,iotheni,i e a ,'-eljulLi .iII E.e entred,
a irir l .,ou i.:.r i e r.llel drHim dtd in r ihc' i la: inrr
or Petition.
Dated: Oct. 25, 2001
Douglas C. Birmingham. Clerk
As Clerk of the Court
By: '/s/T. Knox
As Deputy Clerk
4tc., November 1. 8, 15, and 22, 2001.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 01-485
Shella Evans Woldt, Petitioner
arid
Gerald Kenneth Woldt. Respondent
NOTICE FOR ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Gerald Kennethli Woldt, 5455 N. Hwy. 71,
Wewahltchka, FL '.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been
filed against you ,nd riit .., u re raqu.ir. .: m .- ei
a copy ofyour vnitier, deleniee. II uaJ, t i[ u'.n rSreia
Evans Woldt whose address Is P. 0 B:. "I12 .e.'a.
hitchka, FL 32465 on' or before No 2', 1 -,: I a-
file the original with the clerk of thi, Ccurn at 100)'
Costin Blvd., Port St. Joe, FL 32456 before service
on Petitioner or immediately hJ-ire'-aJier if you fall
to do so, a default may be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the petition. .,.
Copies of all court documents In this case,
Including orders, are available at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office. You may 'review these docu-
ments upon request.
iou mun Keep Lne ,Cler. 1',i" r, "ire:,,-at '.,,u -o
office -,oulled ,o .,our current adIrc:.;, iru im a, ile
[jou.:e of," urrenr ,,ddrez Fl.rMda Supri:ecr-e ,.'1:,J
Appro' ed Famil, L, -. Forff, ,. '-:4f, i Future r-aperos
in thi: ,.m-uI .'ii be maiir.d I: r,ne d._r -' or,'
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Fil.:ioa Fa.-.., L.
Rules of Procedure, requires certain-automatic dis-
closure of documents and Information. Failure to
comply can result In sanctions, including dismissal
or striking of pleadings.
Dated: Oct. 24, 2001
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Tonya Knox
Deputy Clerk
4tp, November 1. 8, 15, and 22, 2001.
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Gulf County
Board of County Commissioners will hold a public
hearing, Tuesda., I.:. ember 1i 3200i at 0' pm
E.T. in the Cour, '.:.m i sioner- nieeur i i:..- in
the Robert M. r 'oore ITdmini cauOr Buluiar.g Cull
County Courthc.-1e C,.,mplr. rnt, [ ...;,t Fl,.-n..
,, conirid adopung ra oroa3 rn:e .irih trine i'.:.ll.o inr
-ide
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TAlrj C t: ,Td.i- BEiA-HES 'AITHir GULF
C' ,tiri' FLJODA PE"uLL.TIIGC EQUINE
''sE -tCiLOr PiUBLIC BEACHES :OF GULF
,.:':'i-',NT FLaRFDt, Pf:','.'It'irii, FOR A
EQUIrNE BEACH PERM.IIT AlSO REQTPIRE.
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
CONSOLIDATED NOTICE OF INTENT
TO ISSUE WETLAND RESOURCE PER-
MIT AND PUBLIC EASEMENT TO USE
SOVEREIGN SUBMERGED LANDS
This consolidated notice of Intent to issue to
Black's Island Electric Coop c/o Garlick
Environmental Associates, Inc., P.O. Box 385,
Apalachicola, FL 32329 for a wetland resource per-
mit and public easement to use sovereign sub-
merged lands (File, No. 23-0162935-001-DF). to
Install approximately 8,484.5 linear feet of subaque-
ous electrical cable via a Jet plow imbedment method
impacting, approximately 0.10 acre submerged sea
grass beds and ,approximately 225 square feet of
emicr?ent eeaLuon etm:eern la-:-k. s Island and the
nai1lI ed SecuonsIo iI i & Tuonshlp 9-South,
Range 11-West, Gulf, County, Florida, Class II-
Waters, Approved Shellfish Harvesting Area, Aquatic
Preserve, Outstanding Florida Water, Latitude 29
degrees, 43 minutes 50 seconds, Longitude '85
degrees 19 minutes 58 seconds including as mitiga-
tion: 1) channel markers will be installed to identify
the channel ,:- Pr'- nell si i te :hi Liinn l I, rJ-,e e, .jzriing
dock on Blce:k I.la;rO oari ithe no.i'ie .o jt'r
between, 2) a edulaI,', cienn'Ir almitn '_-- n'er ,.111
be placed over all wetlands on the Island, 3) a pro-
prietary conservation., easemer, n' III t. pIa ed
around the Island to limit the :.o:,n.ruc.:.n .:1 ian
future dock construction.(the existing structure plus
3 exempt structures), 4) a long term agreement will
be recorded ,including limiting the existing dock to
1200 square feet of structure an-,' '-('.,. sq are feet
of pre-empted area, limiting the oAddiuo.nail o.:.
to 5i'0 ;quire ,et et.eah an, 'ernonrur ,, o.er bare,
t.otto. .rn a, .f hth mooring ol r:n .m,:..ri;ed '",lter-
craft only, and maintenance of the navigational
markers, 5) restore and monitor any scar through
outberne;eag ,etieurn rIt u e p-oi::.Et lesa.r.- anrd l
re- tore and mo.nltr '? 0,','c linear feel 1 I rauol .:f
:.ro.p .:arrea 3e, _r3s bted; rneair Lie proie' arei Is
;ereb, granted unless,' a iu'il.:ient peuuon for a.,
admitni.rra t'.e hearing I umeri, led under .eruolra
,\ 16' ,-' r -d I, ., (7 .i tr, Fir:,rida StLatui:.-. a; pro-
'.ided I ]:- Tnr5 prree3,remo l':ar p t .:.r.i. I-
hearinc "are set lforthI -el:.. The actual lerms of
the public easement will be formally executed
at a later date and shall Include provisions for
rents and such other provisions as normally
are included in such public easement.
On Octo'-.:ber 19 2c'01 ihi ir.nter, ia IurJ-,er
modified to, include adduhinaurl irlumujjn ,n:-i-unr
of planung Spartlna aiternafllo..r t vn t a break er
Ior pr,-oteLuon for a lenitri Ol" 11.f .t n.o ei 'earer l-han
r. n irom, rM.i J a ong ie nonrLh..et penTrieter -I
rt-,e I-oir .d Monit..unng oi e pltaeiU-,u II ,,i t r '.2 r,
du.:3 r-, d.rtermine 'ne sue.:e;: Le m lma inn
a-:-:-.rdanr:-e i.Lh the permit
,. per-on uhos.;e tLb-Lrnujr j inreresu. are
illect..- by' Lie EDcpori'Terzt. a,: .:,n miT,:, peililon 1"
an admlrrinisraue pr:.eein, irreanr.ii ind- ;e,:-
1Lot, 121 Z69 and I ,0 ;:. f:. -e Flinria S3:, loi.u ; Tie
c.reuunr mu_=I c.rnr ain th n- iiorirauon t e. ior,
.Felo, anid muu:t L:e ilea irec,:.ei. t. rtne :lcirhi in the
'ftTce of General Counmel .1 Iu-ne D eparuTnrtrt t 39i.
oImmT.:-nr .ealJh B-oulei ar, I o r a l hl 35
Tallaha--ee Flonra .323993,.",,,
Be,:aue lhe aOministLra[u e rie-ring procei
i iaeirgned t., redeterm, e inr ir l cren:., co,:t.:.n .n ah-
1ppi-piCaLrrn Lre Ifling of a ptuijuon I.or r, a,:mini-
rilu.: heb ring n ii. result in a m di icau.-on of iie
permit iL ad easermntn or e-n a dei 'iJi olf 'Er appil1
c,: U:rn Acordingi., i e applicanr' i m. IS.d-rd n l. 10
:,r,rrmence conr-tructi-:.n or orrer :.iAhlues under
Lris permit element unul the deadinre.- t.elo',, 10,
killing peuuonr for an adniniLrUr reainu e r*:r
request for ar ex 'en-rori orf tinm h.e el: I.nrna r rule '-2- i i I -10 -4l oi' Lhre Florida
.-mminritirau..e Code. 3 pei_-.rn wmlnsoe .ut,,.u-Lua31
irt-rteare ected ,r thlle i DepriuTment.: 3.:uon
fa, al.o- request an eani t(;ior, Qf Lme 10 file a peu-
ui:.rn i or -i aalTinrl.i-aue hearing The Dep mrJnen
iTlna. for go-:d lau'e ihonrn grant ,-e re.-que .t,.r anr
t.en o.n ofl ume fReque:r- for e.a ren.iora <.1 f om-
tnuslt e nled .'iurIn the u_.iT:e :.1f CentraJ C.ouns.e c
tried Deparnrienti et a o'90 r CorriT.oin..IiLrh Poule ,ard
Mail Srtin ic.' Tailaha:_ree Flon.3a 32.,,9'-.3001.
bet.-.r' '.e mppn.ole de, an.ner umel, rt'.u..:- f- r
',Tn_:t-i', ,:.1' [inir _e -r ill '*.:-.i 'in1 rfln uru: o i' C pi:mf-C ,,
Ior' ('lih''A i:e'lition unui Lht e re.,-ue i i ,:,,- up''.i if
-a r., I I ill.d lat n D't paT r-tinL m,., utll
gr nti at upon V' L', I ,\ ,-I'. ., ? i,,eL p r,
showing tati tne fiiuce to file a CeqiueEi ior j,-
extension ci um,',e De.orie ue d o.adi iii ..ai .h,: i'-. ult
of excusable neglect.
In the event that a timely and sufficient-
petition for an administrative hearing is filed, other
persons whose substantial interests will be affected
by the outcome of the administrative process have
the right to petition to intervene in;the proceeding.
Intervention will be only at the discretion of the pre-
siding officer upon the filing of a motion In compli-
ance with rule 28-106.205 of -ire Florida
Administrative Code.
ir, accordance w Ih rule:" 2.- IO II H12 an1
I. i',. :, i Hln1D 41 peuu n.r fo r a: n an urirnii Utru e
rearing b> ine applicant rm.u-.t tE :Ii.d viit-r. it4
a. : ,.I: rec:eipi ,, iri. ..rier r, nouce PF'uu. orn nie,
U, ar,., per.' n zo .rin r dt'ian te .ppi:,rt rand othe-
thajn thrJ-',e enuded to ..Triren r.:,e under ecuon
1I 2. ) .1,l R if,-, a Filr.i i o' ot.-e mu 'r re liled ,it1.r.
If 14 ., : :f pJl:.li-:au.rn o51' Lie r wj:- .:,.r uniinll i
:*3a., of Suc:r. nou.:e re.R'aidlessI1 oliW rite ,:o putl.'

I.inder _eCLioi ,n i .,.0131 of ne Flonda
tuie: ho-,e.er an, p'rrson %ho na umKed.l ie
Department for notice of agency' action 'may file.a
peuuon iiruri, 14 dass of'uc:h noUt:e regarale;s 1o.'
tne date of public aion
Thie peuuoner .nail mail a cop'., of re peu-
tion to the applhicmin at the addre.ss5 Indica.ed 'boie


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at the time of filing. The failure of any person to file
a petition for an administrative hearing as provided
below within the appropriate time period shall con-
stitute a waiver of those rights.
A petition that disputes the material facts
on which the Department's action Is based must
contain the following Information:
(a) The name and address of each agency
affected and each agency's file or identification num-
ber, If known;
(b) The name, address, and telephone
number of the petitioner; the name, address, and
telephone number of the petitioner's representative,
If any, which shall be the address for service pur-
poses during the course of the proceeding; and an
explanation of how the petitioner's substantial Inter-
ests are or will be affected by the agency determina-
tion;
(c) A statement of when and how the petl-
tioner received notice of the agency decision;
(d) A statement of all disputed Issues of
material Lfact. If'here ase none tch perilionr must co
indical e
(e) A concise/, statement of the -ultimate
facts alleged, including the specific facts that the
petitioner contends warrant reversal or. modification
of the agency's Fprc:- es a3: u..r, and
(fi A UiT.rnr. o01 the specific rules or
statutes that the petitioner contends require rever-
sal or modification of the agency's proposed action:
(g) A statement of the relief sought by the
petitioner, stating.precisely the action that the peti-
tioner wishes the agency to take with. respect to the
agency's proposed action.
A petition that does not dispute the materi-
al facts on which the Department's action is based
shall state that no such facts are In dispute and oth-
erwise shall contain the same Information as set
forth above, as required by rule 28-106.301. Under
sections 120.569(2)(c) and (d) of the Florida
Statutes, a peuutn for admniiiLr ii hearing must
'me .l-mi.;--d bt the aer,.: i Tr, ? peirio does nt
,utie.rantiill, i :. mp .ir i.he at.:.e r-.-ji,iref-erta ,r
Is uniumel, field
This ,:Loun is final a-rid feilci.e .n mne 3ale
111-1 itih lih C-lerh :.,fi [h -,elpu '1,r .1f :Sli _-" peu.
S(ion I H lled in .C1ri^ n r Lhce ar:. e Uponr the
timely flinhg ,f r.01 cuil.n tnil- re. r III nr.r c.e elleIu. e
until further -.odcr .-.I ,1 ine I ,:partrment
This permni tr,,lule, a.o, order of the
Department. The ppiicnt r,.- Lre right to seek
judicial review of the order under section 120.68 of
the Florida Statutes,. by the filing of a notice of
appeal under rule 9.110 of the Florida Rules.. of
- Appellate Procedure with the. Clerk of the
Department in the Office of General Counsel, 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard. Mail Station 35,
Tallahassee, Florida. 32399-3000; and by. filing a
copy of the notice of the appeal accompanied by the
applicable filing fees with the appropriate district
court of appeal. The notice of appeal must be filed
within 30 days from the, date when the final order Is
filed with the Clerk of the Department. Requests for
review before tie L -r,, and '.'aeir .-,Ijudi..ator,
Commission mut e clled .. it'h.b-. S.-:r -' .' *:.'i 'he
Commission and -,r ed o r. the DCeprutrienrt ".ihin
20 days from the djie ." len the 'inarl ,.rde'r ti filed
with the Clerk c u-I ',D:p:r-tuner
The, application Is available for public
Inspection during normal business hours, 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except legal
holidays, at Department of Environmental
Protection, 2353 Jenks Avenue, Panama City,
Florida 32405.
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furniture to floor. Free Estimates
This area's most experienced refinishers.
827-2550 ask for Dusty

Terry Enterprise
Painting & Pressure
Cleaning
Fencing, Chain Link &
Wood Privacy Fence
Business Licensed
& &
Residential Insured
850-674-4576
850-643-1642 Mobile


Quality work at affordable prices.
"The House Doctors"
General Contractor.
647-2979
Lic.#0066513 Home Inspection FWUA Certifiec
RANDY'S HOME
MAINTENANCE
Home Maintenance no job too small.
All Phases of home maintenance
Phone: 639-9635


Steve Brant's
ROOFING
LICENSED & INSURED
LIC. #RC0050321
Port St. Joe Call

229-6326


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

4 fate qton to- 'etatri -
Michael Wood Residential Contractor 227-6883
Fine carpentry & architectural details
repairs remodels decks new construction
Insured License #RR00671.90


KNOTHOLE WOODWORKS'
.Fine cabinetry or home and office"
TRLI-W\OOD MID-CONTINENT YORKTOWNE
Custom furniture Trim packages for remodels
and built-ins and new construction
introducing SIKES TILES with Villi Gls and Bordo
Fino rils, stone and granite .
Bob and Janna Rinehart, owners Phone: 227-3590
E-Mail: knotholeww@digitalexp.com Fax: 227-3392


So a ? Rodney Hall Roofing, Inc.
2026 Marvin Avenue,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
y License #RC0067081
25 Yefars Experience -

Phone (850) 229-6859



/ NORTHWEST FLORIDA VINYL, INC.
HERSHEL HARRISON
806 Garrison Avenue (850) 227-3641
Port St. Joe, FL 32456 Mobile (850) 2,27-6105
Vinyl & Aluminum Siding Screened Porches
22 Years Experience Insured
Warrantied Locally Owned & Operated

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

227-5986 OR 639-2942 ANYTIME

STUCCO by De raff
Tim DeGraff, Owner
Interior & Exterior Plastering
Smooth & Textured Finishes
Simulated Brick & Stone
Over 50 color finishes to choose
f from. Plus many architectural designs
available
office: (850) 827-4200
4 mobile: (850) 227-5424


QUALITY STUCCO WORK


ricec, LLC


INSURED
44 ft. lift Tree & Limb removal
Call John @ (850) 670-8432 or 335-0580


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